No

…or, as George H.W. Bush used to say:  “Nah gunna do it.”

Once again, we are being implored to stop fighting among ourselves, with words such as:

There is much talk today about the splits in the Republican Party, though similar rifts plague the Democrats. But the sharpest, deepest divide remains between the two parties. Rarely in recent memory has it been so clear. Rarely has there been less of a center. Republicans must focus all their energy on regaining the majority in Congress.

Tell you what:  I’ll stop fighting with the GOPe / “centrist” Republicans when they stop acting as facilitators to the Socialists by “compromising” — i.e. yielding to the Socialists’ demands — when the Socialists seldom if ever make any concessions away from their Marxist agenda.

The Republicans’ most stunning success in recent years has been when conservatives act like, well, conservatives — ask Hillary Clinton — so the real concessions that the GOPe should be making are to us, the so-called “Trumpists*”, and not to the Marxists.


*The very next time a Republican refers derisively to a conservative as a “Trumpist”, I’m gonna give them a ball-kicking (or cunt-punt, depending on circumstances).  Leave the name-calling to the Marxists.

News Roundup

All the news that causes universal facepalming.


just one more way for government to give it to you in the ass.

Still on the topic of the Chinkvirus:


errrr “demanded”?  Guess that “Brexit” thing hasn’t sunk in yet.


in so many ways, Professor.


not mentioned:  the typical profile of the criminals.  (I’m not taking bets.)


I predict that this is going to happen more than once over the next few years.


I haven’t laughed this hard since “Dr.” Jill Biden caught her tits in a revolving door.


errrrr no.  You wanted the evil colonialist Whitey gone, so we left.  You wanted loans, we gave you loans, which you pissed away.  Now the Chinks are bending you over the table, and you want Whitey to come back to save your incompetent, corrupt asses?  Ain’t gonna happen.  (See the New Mexico case study in the post below.)


a picture, in this case, being worth a thousand words:

  …I just like the fact that she keeps it in her office and not in the bedroom.

Finally, a bit of news that’s actually educational:

 
for obvious reasons, among them being that she’s probably more responsive in bed than a lot of “real” women.

Here’s a deluxe-model sex doll:

…I think.  I could be wrong.

Now Where Have We Seen This Before?

I always love it when the Left does Hitler things, after (wrongly) accusing conservatives of being Nazis.  Here’s but the latest example:

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) stated that “it might be a good idea for President Biden to call a climate emergency.”  Because this would allow him to “do many, many things” without legislation. Schumer also argued that “if there ever was an emergency, climate is one.”

From Wikipedia:

The Enabling Act of 1933, formally titled Gesetz zur Behebung der Not von Volk und Reich (“Law to Remedy the Distress of People and Reich”), was a law that gave the German Cabinet —- most importantly, the Chancellor —- the power to enact laws without the involvement of the Reichstag or consult with the Weimar President Hindenburg, and to override fundamental aspects of the Weimar Constitution.
The Enabling Act gave Hitler plenary powers and followed on the heels of the Reichstag Fire Decree, which had abolished most civil liberties and transferred state powers to the Reich government. The combined effect of the two laws was to transform Hitler’s government into a legal dictatorship and laid the groundwork for his totalitarian regime.

Hitler at least had the grace to wait a year after he was elected.  Biden?  Less than a month.

Now I’m not calling Biden and Chuck the Schmuck “Nazis”.  But they sure are acting like they are.

Warm Up The Engines

When I saw this linked at Insty’s, I nearly fell over.   It’s an overview of the very first bill (H.R.1) proposed by the new House of Representatives, the grand-sounding “For the People Act of 2021”, whose preamble reads:

To expand Americans’ access to the ballot box, reduce the influence of big money in politics, strengthen ethics rules for public servants, and implement other anti-corruption measures for the purpose of fortifying our democracy, and for other purposes.

This has to be a hoax because the bill, if anything, entrenches all the above.

Except that it isn’t a hoax.  To check on that before I posted anything, I looked it up at congress.gov, and here it is, in all its disgusting splendor.

If one — ONE — Republican legislator in either chamber votes in favor of this, they should be subject to recall in their districts and replaced with someone who understands the actual sanctity of the vote.

That’s my official position.  The unofficial position I’ll leave to your imagination, but here’s a clue:

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