The vitriolic hatred from NH Democrats MUST END before someone gets hurt

by Kimberly Morin

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Last week, a man from Illinois opened fire on Republicans practicing for a bi-partisan charity baseball game in Virginia. The man was obsessed with his hatred for Republicans, the wealthy and Trump all while professing his adoration for Bernie Sanders. The man had decided back in March that “Trump and Company must be destroyed.”

The man was a 66 year old Democrat who left his home in Illinois with what now appears to be specific intentions to murder Republicans. According to reports, he asked who was practicing on the field – Democrats or Republicans? The man then opened fire on the unarmed Congressional Republicans, severely wounding House Majority Whip Steve Scalise who is third in line for power. Because of Scalise’s position in the House of Representatives, he has Capitol Police protection. The only thing that saved others from being slaughtered were the good guys with guns.

Here is a taste of the Virginia Shooter’s political hatred:

Clearly New Hampshire Democrats had nothing to do with a man from Illinois but they have exercised the same vitriolic hatred against Republicans since they lost power in New Hampshire and nationally. Their hatred first rang through loud and clear when now Commissioner of Education Frank Edelblut was being questioned by Democrat Andru Volinsky (actually worked for Bernie Sanders’ campaign).

Hateful religious bigotry

Volinsky shocked an entire room filled with people with his horrific religious bigotry against Edelblut. Volinsky actually used writings on a college website, attributed them to Edelblut and then viciously attacked Edelblut for those 3rd party religious writings that didn’t represent Edelblut. That was the beginning. Volinsky worked with Matt Murray of New Hampshire Labor Union blog and Zandra Rice-Hawkins of Granite State Progress, both extreme far left-wing organizations. Bernie Sanders recently behaved in the same manner with vitriolic religious bigotry when questioning a nominee for the Office of Budget and Management. The hatred of the extreme left is far and wide.

Not long after that disgusting debacle, out-of-state trans activists and New Hampshire Democrats decided to lie about discrimination laws in the state and smear anyone who dared to protect women’s or girls’ rights:

Women and parents of daughters were called “transphobic” or “bigots’ if they dared to express their concerns about safety.

They were told they were fearmongering even though there are valid cases that prove criminals have indeed used “gender identity” laws to gain access to female victims. Women and girls’ safety is apparently not an issue for Democrats or out-of-state trans activists being paid by millionaire LGBTQ philanthropists. Their concerns are real. The cases of men exploiting these laws are real.

Vitriol, hatred and violent rhetoric

Then of course there is New Hampshire Representative Sherry Frost who has spent months spewing vitriol and hatred towards her fellow legislators (Republicans). The icing on the cake was when she “lost it” and said she was “homicidal” because other representatives (men) were telling her not to worry so much about a legislative battle Democrats lost:

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Frost once again reared her ugliness on Twitter when she found out the shooter was a white male. Of course, she backpedaled when she discovered he was a fellow Sanders’ supporter:

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This is far different from her previous tweets that terrorists are white, male Christians:

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Frost also seemed gleeful back in February that a Republican Representative needed police protection from violent left wingers:

Democrats seem to just think it’s cute and pat Frost on the head like the Cindy Lou Who and send her on her merry little delusional way. In the meantime, she continues her vitriol, hatred and violent rhetoric.

Disruption, witch hunt and lies

Back to Zandra Rice-Hawkins, Democrats and Commissioner Frank Edelblut. Edelblut decided to give a town hall so he could answer questions from parents and educators while discussing his ideas for creating the best educational environment for all children in the state. That wasn’t good enough for Granite State Progress. Rice-Hawkins and others decided to disrupt the entire event and behaved like out-of-control lunatics. They didn’t want Edelblut to answer the questions the audience was asking. They wanted to interrupt so that others couldn’t hear what he had to say.

One cannot forget the abhorrent behavior of Democrats accusing Republicans of pushing a “rape culture” in the state house. These, mostly ignorant and vitriolic Democrat women, went on a witch hunt because a Republican State Representative posted anonymous and outrageous posts on a misogynistic website before he became a state rep. These women put him on trial for his thoughts, not his actions. Not once was he accused of behaving in any sort of misogynistic or untoward manner AS a state representative. They then proceeded to claim ALL Republicans thought this way. This was all as they humiliated themselves while lying that Republicans were trying to take their beloved abortion away. In reality, Republicans were giving women more rights but these women never let facts get in the way of their hatred.

Delusional misogyny

Some of these women are so delusional, like Democrat Debra Altschiller, that they tried to turn an event to help homeless animals into some misogynistic hate fest:

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NH Rep Debra Altschiller hates helpless animals as much as she hates unborn babies. Hot Dog Day photo by Beth Scaer

Vicious racism accusations

Just last week, Democrats were at it again with their vicious lies and hatred when they claimed a Republican Representative was racist and wanted to take education money from black and Latino school children. They were outright lying about what the man said. He was in fact fighting to decrease the education gap for black and Latino students by providing them with school choice, a proven success for these students. Once again, left-wing extremist Zandra Rice-Hawkins was involved and Democrats jumped on board:

Ever since Democrats lost power at the federal level and in the Granite State, they have behaved in an unhinged, vitriolic manner towards anyone who disagrees with them; more so than normal. Democrats have painted targets on women, girls, Christians and especially white male Republicans. The New Hampshire Democrat Party continually hounds Governor Chris Sununu about anything and everything Trump does, as if Sununu is his keeper. Refreshingly, Sununu has proven to be an independent thinker, unlike former Governor Maggie Hassan.

Left-wing propaganda 

What New Hampshire Democrats don’t seem to grasp is their vitriol and hatred along with their propaganda and outright lies does nothing but foment anger from people like the Virginia Shooter. The Virginia Shooter has hated Republicans for a very long time. He bought into the lies of Democrats like Bernie Sanders that the wealthy don’t pay their fair share of taxes. The shooter bought into the propaganda that the 1% are all evil Republicans (a huge majority of 1%ers in congress, including Sanders and fellow hater Elizabeth Warren, are part of the 1%).

The violent rhetoric, vitriol, hatred, disruption and lies by the left in the Granite State need to end before someone gets hurt like in Virginia. If they want to discuss policy, that’s a different story. They don’t. It seems the left no longer want to debate. They’d rather shut the debate down.

Moderate Democrats must stand up

New Hampshire Democrats have continually lied about policy and lied about Republicans, again, more so than they usually do. It’s unfortunate that they take the violent rhetoric by people like Sherry Frost so casually. Clearly, others do not. It’s time the moderate Democrats of the party stand up and speak out against the extremists who have become the most vocal members who do not represent the Granite State.

While the Virginia Shooter is the only one responsible for taking the actions he did yesterday, Democrats have continued to create a vitriolic, hateful, violent mob mentality among their followers. When elected officials continue to ignore the violence of their followers and refuse to speak out against it, there’s a problem. When leaders in the Democrat Party encourage people to “resist” and “take to the streets” rather than debate and discuss, there’s a problem.

It’s time for New Hampshire Democrats to start representing the Granite Staters who elected them rather than some extreme left-wing faction of their party that dehumanizes people; refuses to tell the truth; refuses to discuss policy like adults and thinks violent rhetoric is “hyperbole.” The behavior of the New Hampshire Democrat Party over the past several months has been abhorrent and is absolutely unacceptable. It’s time Democrats start behaving like rational adults, before someone gets hurt or killed in New Hampshire.

cross posted from NH Political Buzz

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  • Radical Moderate

    Progressives are a cancer.
    No amount of ‘reasoning’ can convince the cancer cells not to abide by their primal nature.
    After watching the long march through the institutions for the past fifty years it has become painfully clear that in order for our Constitutional Republic to survive we must separate away from them.

    • sb

      I don’t think they will “let” us go peacefully. For that to happen, it won’t be pretty. I just wonder if enough people have the stomach for it.

      • Radical Moderate

        I have often thought about the point you bring up in the context of the Civil War or as some call it, the “War between the States”.
        One issue makes it clear, the Civil war was fought for many reasons one of them was of course the Southern States wanting to continue slavery and end it on its own timeline. In my mind, that lent the moral high ground to the ‘North”.
        In our case, we wish to shackle no man.
        We wish no ill will toward any man that wishes no ill will towards us.
        We welcome those (no matter what their stripe) that want to abide by the “original context” of the US Constitution.
        We just wish to be LEFT ALONE to exercise our own “pursuit of happiness” unless it directly harms another.
        These things that I have mentions will give US the moral high ground this time around.
        What most fail to see is that it will be the Progressives that will be the SECESSIONISTS, not us.
        I pity them, because in the end if they do try and use force to overturn a valid US election, it will be their children that will continue to feel the wrath of a new Reconstruction, just the same as the generations in the South did after the North won the Civil war.
        You are indeed correct sb, it definitely will not be pretty.

        • Moe Ferrel

          Funny, I don’t see any “progressive” militias out there.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            What exactly do you call the little fascist Antifas? Militias aren’t committing violence against people because of how they voted but Antifa is.

          • sb

            Give him a break. Depending on his news source, it’s possible he’s not seen what “Antifas” have been up to. (Notice yet again the name of the group is the opposite of what they stand for, as is always the case with “progressives”.)

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            That’s why I usually call them what they are ‘leftists’….

          • sb

            Me neither. I do, however, see many “progressive” hordes of violent marauders and rioters seeking to not only shut down opposing views, but to literally and physically destroy this country that they have been taught to despise. As we now see, murder is on the table.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            Progressives have been behaving this way for the past 8 years, probably longer but really hateful towards others since before Obama was elected. They’ve ramped it up to violence because they are backed into a corner thanks to their identity politics.

          • granitegrok

            With Obama for 8 years, they were mostly happy as Obama and his admin gave them almost all tht that they wanted (especially Obamacare). They still were happy until about 9pm on election night when they realized that their “lock” on the Oval Office was gone.

            Ever since then, they’ve been living and “hissy-ing” they way they said Trump was. Given the embolding that the Obama Administration (and local ones such as Oakland, Berkeley, Ferguson, et al), they think they have a “lock” on continuing to act up and be violent against people and property with whom they disagree.

            And as Kimberly points out, their identity philosophy demands that the rest of us must pay for that loss and our heresy for the “Right side of the arc of history” – they refuse to acknowledge that an arc can morph its shape and direction quickly.

          • granitegrok

            REmember ONE thing, SB – there are no “Progressives” – they are SOCIALISTS. THey only call themselves because they KNOW that assuming that mantle would have them lose electorially (although, after years of “Govt school grooming”, I’m not entirely sure about that anymore).

          • roger

            Where do you see these hordes of violent marauders? Do we have a different cable package?

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            Apparently you haven’t seen the fascists of Antifa yet?

          • roger

            As in antifascists? Those are right wingers.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            LOL LOL…. the Antifas are leftists, Marxists, Communists, Socialists.

          • granitegrok

            And anarchists taking advantage of the situation, Kimberly,

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            True…. the G20 crowd….

          • sb

            That explains it right there.

          • sb

            Let’s see. We’ll start with BLM in the Trayvon Martin case in Florida, the Freddy Gray case in Baltimore, and Michael Brown in Ferguson. Then we can move on to the violence at the Trump rallies, violence at President Trump’s inauguration, the riots at the colleges when Republican speakers were scheduled, Evergreen College, Mizzou, Berkeley in flames, assassination threats all over the internet and Twitter, the “play” in Manhattan, Kathy Griffin, “protesters” throwing bodily fluids on people they disagree with, the attempted murders at the Dem/Rep baseball game, etc. There’s more. Do your own research.

        • roger

          This a bit dramatic. I don’t think progressives will leave by force, they will vote in full force come 2018…5 seats needed for a senate majority. Thats not a a ton.

  • Moe Ferrel

    I’ve been reading your articles for a long time and have noticed one thing. You spend a lot of time calling people names. The blame for this vitriol is as much on your side as it is on the progressives.

    • Kimberly Kma Morin

      No, it isn’t. If the left weren’t such lying, vitriolic haters, they wouldn’t be written about for it so often. Get it yet?

      • roger

        I think the republicans have a really thin skin…this is a time for you celebrate, you have a majority in both houses and a friendly in the white house….you should be on the offensive…not the other way around.

        • Kimberly Kma Morin

          I’m an Independent who didn’t vote for Trump.

          I’ve had it with the despicable behavior of the left. I’ve been outing their disgusting behavior for years but they’ve become unhinged.

          • roger

            I’m awful proud of you.

    • sb

      Another new account. What a coincidence.

      • Moe Ferrel

        Got something against a 73 year old learning how to use a tablet?

        • Kimberly Kma Morin

          Much easier to do on a computer Moe 🙂

          • granitegrok

            Hey Kimberly – I think that Mike may well disagree with you!

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            For me it is… I need that keyboard…. I’m old-fashioned that way. hahaha

          • Moe Ferrel

            I’m finding that out. My daughter gave it to me a month ago and this is only about the forth or fifth thing I’ve sent. Our computer was five years old and died so she figured I would like this more……not really.

  • roger

    Since when are Republicans so thin skinned? All Mr. Trump does is whine about how the media is “mean” to him. So maybe Volinsky was a little out of line, but the council clearly kept in line. And can you blame him, with the climate around public education? Betzy Devos cough cough. But again, don’t vote for him if you don’t like his questioning.

    Sanders pressed on as he should about an apparent issue regarding equality as he is supposed to do. Don’t forget that these people take an oath to uphold the Constitution, and that means treating everyone fairly regardless of religion.

    Sherry Frost: I may be liberal but I draw the line at the Trans stuff, I don’t think it should be a free for all at the unrinal.

    Robert Fisher is a piece of crap, don’t defend him because he spewed his crap before he was elected. His ideals didn’t change one he took that oath.

    “What New Hampshire Democrats don’t seem to grasp is their vitriol and
    hatred along with their propaganda and outright lies does nothing but
    foment anger from people like the Virginia Shooter.”

    I am pretty sure he wasn’t motivated by Dems, probably his mental illness.

    You have some good examples here, but I would not go far as to say they are bigoted, they are people expressing their opinions which is protected by our Constitution. If you don’t like them, find a candidate to house them next election.

    We just got through 8 years of people completely bitching about Obama, now it’s the other sides turn….seriously grow a pair.

    FYI our current President started the birther movement…now that was bigotry.

    • Kimberly Kma Morin

      Leftists in the NH Democrat Party are indeed religious bigots. They applauded Volinsky’s horrifying behavior. Mind you, these are not regular Democrats, they are the extreme left of the party as explained above.

      Pretty sure the shooter was motivated by his absolute hatred for Republicans which went on for years and his hatred for the 1%. Hmmmm… who pushed the lie that the 1% doesn’t pay their ‘fair share?’

      As usual, you’re missing the point, but that’s to be expected. The vitriol and hatred of leftists has INCREASED ten fold since Trump was elected. They have gone beyond their normal hatred and have become violent and use violent rhetoric and think nothing of it.

      The left absolutely treated a majority of Americans horribly throughout Obama’s failed Presidency. Their behavior is one reason Trump was elected.

      • roger

        As usual? this is the first time we have spoken on the internet.

        Listen Volinsky is doing his job, vote him out if yo don’t like him. It’s really that simple. “The left absolutely treated a majority of Americans horribly throughout
        Obama’s failed Presidency. Their behavior is one reason Trump was
        elected”

        You realize Hillary won the POPULAR election by 3 million votes right?

        • Kimberly Kma Morin

          As usual, typical left winger.

          I don’t consider the left and right coasts to represent the ‘popularity’ of the country. They are completely out of touch with everywhere in between. You do understand how the electoral college works and why it was put into place right?

          Volinsky is a religious bigot. Period. And don’t worry, that will be worked on. Many on the left in this state apparently are as well.

          Again, they don’t represent ‘real’ Democrats, only their extreme left-wing faction but they’ve become the voice and face of the NH Democrat Party and it’s ugly.

          • roger

            Typical Left Winger? Uh because its true?

            Yes I graduated beyond the 10th grade…that doesn’t change the fact that the majority of the nation voted for Hillary. That’s a fact…..it’s true. Trump just won the “right” states. Which for the record he’s done nothing for, and his currently screwing over with the AHCA.

            “Again, they don’t represent ‘real’ Democrats, only their extreme
            left-wing faction but they’ve become the voice and face of the NH
            Democrat Party and it’s ugly.”

            At least you aren’t calling all of us bigots,

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            I never did nor would I but they are the face of the Democrat Party which is why you lost across the country, not just at the federal level.

            Trump has done more for this country in a few short months than Obama did in 8 years. And that’s saying something coming from me since I didn’t vote for him.

            Of course, leftists don’t WANT anything good for this country, they want to turn it into a big government pit from hell, just like the leftists in NH want to.

            It’s all about control. Right now they don’t have control so they are OUT of control with their egregious behavior. Granite Staters deserve better than this and so does the rest of the country.

          • roger

            HILLARY WON NH! So did Hassan!

            OMG, I love the delusion..it really fascinates me.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            Hassan only won by DEFAULT. There were more people who DIDN’T vote for her than did LOL

            Hillary barely won NH and I bet all those voters with Massachusetts IDs helped with her 3,000 vote win over Trump. LOL LOL

          • roger

            Please pass whatever you are smoking, this is great. Time for another beer.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            Feel free to look it up buddy.

          • granitegrok

            “HILLARY WON NH! So did Hassan!” – keep crowing about things that don’t matter – Hillary lost and the entire Dem Federal delegation’s votes are neutered.

            And in a lot of cases, me included, I refused to vote for the Republican, Pretty Kelly because she broke promises.

            FOr the record, I am an Independent as well.

          • granitegrok

            “that doesn’t change the fact that the majority of the nation voted for Hillary” – let us point out AGAIN – What difference does it matter, anymore? Actually, it doesn’t matter at ALL – she lost even if it was California that gave her 2 of those 3 million votes. Certainly the heartland said no and Trump won the big majorities of the counties in the US as the maps we have posted in the post election time frame show – just a few specks of Blue and most of those were merely urban areas.

          • granitegrok

            Volinsky is a bigot but gets away with it for two reasons:
            1) NH is the most unchurched State in the Union
            2) Democrats, by far, are more unchurched than those on the Right
            Couple both of those things and add in that Socialists believe and act in ways that tell us that those of us of Faith are uneducated, bigoted, and rednecks only worthy of scorn and bile (e.g., Obama’s “bitter clingers to their Bibles and guns” remark).

          • roger

            I get it you are both religious and a libertarian…..how you reconcile the 1st amendment with those two views I have idea.

            I am not going to harp on you because you go to church but please don’t use “unchurched” in a sentence ever again.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            I’m Agnostic.

            I abhor religious bigotry and promote religious freedom (you know… that 1st Amendment found in the Bill of Rights).

          • roger

            That’s great, I was actually replying to @granitegrok

        • granitegrok

          “You realize Hillary won the POPULAR election by 3 million votes right?” – Right, the “Constitutional Lawyer” throws out a line that means NOTHING at all given that the Constitution ignores it (and for all the best of reasons).

          • roger

            It was a counter to her point that the coasts do not represent the majority viewpoint across the country…sorry that went over your head.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            But your point is wrong, mine is right.

            Again, Electoral College.

          • roger

            Again with the delusion…..

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            What delusion??? The left wingers in the cities are clueless about the country in between the coasts.

            What’s delusional is thinking they represent the entire country when they don’t and never have.

          • granitegrok

            Really, agree with Kimberly – the only person here that seems that seems to have a delusional outlook is you, Roger, with putting up stuff that doesn’t matter (like Hillary with the popular vote).

            Hey, are you related to Timothy???

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            I was actually thinking the same thing hahahaha

          • granitegrok

            Actually, that data point amplifies her point – the Dems are, right now, a bi-coastal rump Party

          • roger

            @granitegrok You should move to Kansas.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            Maybe you should move to Venezuela… more your leftist style right?

          • roger

            I’m actually a registered independent just like you.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            But you’re definitely not into the whole smaller government, more freedom thing like I am. That part is clear.

          • roger

            I am a fiscal conservative….not social one. That is difference.

          • granitegrok

            Right….and HOW much did Hillary’s new programs cost again? Not as much as Bernie but still Trillions more added to Government and its size.

            SO how do you square that circle, being a “fiscal conservative” but still promoting Hillary? She’s no fiscal conservative Democrat.

          • roger

            @granitegrok:disqus I don’t know how much Hillary’s programs would have cost it’s hard to say, no one really did an assessment on her programs or Sanders for that matter. Are we not old neough to remember the Clinton Days? I believe we ran a surplus then….I mean Bill not Hillary of Course. Spending was reduced under Obama and the deficit was cut.

            That’s how I square it.

            @kimbery-kma-morin Yes I am for smaller government, but gutting the EPA and Dept of ED is no way about it. There is so many inefficiencies in the government that could be fixed where we could save a ton of money without even cutting jobs.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            Dept of Ed, Dept of Energy, Climate Change Cult part of EPA, any organizations that do the same thing as another.

            Calvin Coolidge is my fave President – I’d personally gut the federal government if I was in charge 🙂

          • granitegrok

            Yay for Silent Cal!

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            So you’re for smaller government?????

          • granitegrok

            Ah, no – been here 32 years. They’ll bury me here in the Live Free or Die State.

        • sb

          Without LA (and don’t forget the illegals who voted) and NYC, she would not have won. That is precisely why we have an Electoral College, so one or two overpopulated cities can’t dictate policy for the other 99% of the country.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            THANK GOD! Otherwise we would be a Communist country already.

          • roger

            Yeah except for the fact that republicans STILL would have owned the house ans Senate! lol

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            I’m talking about if we didn’t have the Electoral College ever….

          • roger

            Hillary would have one….but we wouldn’t be communist because the she wouldn’t have a house or senate…meaning her agenda would not have gone through.

            That’s not a bottle blonde die job is it?

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            You really don’t grasp what I’m saying. There wouldn’t have been a ‘Hillary’ if we never had the Electoral College… EVER… what don’t you grasp about that?

            The coasts would have turned this country Communist decades ago

          • roger

            If we didn’t have an electoral college she would have one, by about 3 million votes….why is this so hard to understand?

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            OMG dude…. you aren’t getting it….

            I can’t help you

          • roger

            Apparently not, if today’s dialogue is any indication of the quality of your writing we are in big trouble.

          • sb

            “If we didn’t have an electoral college she would have one,”

            “if today’s dialogue is any indication of the quality of your writing”

            Mmm hmmm.

          • roger

            Fair enough SB. Tough to keep up with the onslaught here and keep form.

            I get what she is saying, she is still wrong. Only 4 times in US history has a candidate WON the election while losing the popular vote. Each and every other time the “intented” candidate has won if you will. So I guess I will need you to clarify what you mean, because I still don’t get it @kimberlykmamorin:disqus, perhaps cite a source or two?

            Here is Mine: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_elections_in_which_the_winner_lost_the_popular_vote

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            FFS… my point is that if we NEVER had an EC, as in, it never existed.

            If we didn’t have the EC, the country would have already been Communist because NY and CA would have ruled it from decades ago.

            Oy

          • roger

            That’s a pretty bold assertion, you are certainly entitled to it. It’s based on nothing but your own ideas, and it’s really not helpful and adds no value to the conversation. But thanks.

          • granitegrok

            “If we didn’t have an electoral college she would have one, by about 3 million votes….why is this so hard to understand?”

            Again, this doesn’t matter as we do have an Electoral College. A trivia answer, at best but why do you “cling” to that factoid (Hah! See what I did there?)?

      • sb

        I’m going to disagree that “regular” Democrats are exempt. I know plenty of “regular” Democrats, have one or two in my family, that would cheer if something drastic happened to President Trump. They may not go carry on in the streets like the extreme left is doing, but they certainly support it. It’s really scary how unhinged they’ve all become.

        • Kimberly Kma Morin

          Yikes… I’ve been hearing from so many that are appalled at what the extreme left has done to their party

          • sb

            Good! I’m relieved to hear there are some sane Dems left. Most Dems that I know don’t even talk to me anymore. Heh, easy way to get rid of pests, anyway.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            The trash took itself out…. that’s how I look at it.

            Politics shouldn’t interfere with families or true friends. It’s okay to agree to disagree and talk about something completely unrelated.

          • sb

            Exactly right. It still is disconcerting to discover the unrest is bubbling under the surface so close to home.

    • granitegrok

      Actually, go back a little further – Hillary was the one that first had the innuendo that Obama wasn’t born here.

      • roger
        • Kimberly Kma Morin

          It was from her campaign.

          • roger

            Keep puffing….

            “She is a lifelong Independent who calls out both sides of the aisle when they screw up.” That’s from your authors page.

            Why do I feel like this isn’t entirely true.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            Because you can’t handle the truth?

          • roger

            Because it’s bullshit…you don’t bitch about republicans at all…..it’s clear whose side you are on.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            LOL… you apparently haven’t bothered reading all of my writings…… NOR did you read some of the excoriating articles I wrote about Trump… feel free to look through my blogs written here to educate yourself.

            I call out Republicans and Libertarians. I don’t care about party, if someone is corrupt, a hypocrite, a liar or in general a dirt bag.. they’ll be called out.

            My record proves it

          • roger

            If the headlines are any indication of where you stand than I call bullshit. How often to you post? I want to put it in my calendar, I could probably cancel cable it’s so entertaining.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            You can call bullshit all you want. My credibility is in check.

            If Democrats weren’t continuously behaving so abhorrently, I wouldn’t have to continuously write about them.

            They’ve been the big losers since January which is why they’ve gotten more attention.

          • roger

            So then what about Trump whining about the media on twitter, that’s not abhorrent behavior? Sounds like a big loser to me, except he won.

            Maybe you could write an article and “call them out” saying Trumps tweeting is a bit disruptive to the process and isn’t getting anything accomplished.

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            So, if I don’t write about what YOU want me to write about, that means I don’t call out Republicans???

            bahahahahahahahaha

          • roger

            You are just very wound up huh? I’m just pointing out that your bio says you will call people out no matter who they are, it was just a suggestion. @granitegrok:disqus Would allow me to write an article on how Mr. Trumps tweeting is hurting the white house and progress for our country?

          • Kimberly Kma Morin

            I happen to agree with you on this tweets… I think it’s great he reaches out to people but for God’s sakes… he needs a Twitter babysitter…

            Of course the LSM cares more about what he tweets than what he’s actually getting done.

          • sb

            I think it is good that he tweets and bypasses the media. He does need to exert a bit of self control, however.

          • granitegrok

            We believe in the First Amendment and Free Speech (noting that the stricture is against Govt from preventing it). Submit it and I will review it. Send it to Skip@GraniteGrok.com

          • granitegrok

            Kimberly, it is EXTREMELY obvious that he hasn’t read through our 27,000+ posts – if he did, he’d know better.

          • granitegrok

            When I was first elected to the BudComm in my town, the guy I founded the ‘Grok was also on it. So we had, between us, lots of blog posts about our town and the budget process, Letters to the Editor, a radio show, and a newspaper column. The “town establishment” tried to shut us up – especially those that we wrote / spoke about.

            Our answer was “We didn’t hang up our First Amendment Rights when we got elected”.

            Neither did Trump. You may not like them, I may cringe at times, but that HIS First Amendment Right – and he must accept the consequences concerning them.

            Let him tweet.

          • granitegrok

            C’est vrai, madam, c’est vrai.

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