Liberals

Mz Tricky Tracker Troll?

by Steve MacDonald July 15, 2014
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Karen Thoman put this on the Grok Facebook Page with the status update, ‘The other Troll.’ I can only assume this is Mz Tricky Tracker Troll, as yet unnamed.  So.  Name that Troll!  

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Observation about Liberals: they always want Dependence Day, not Independence Day

by Skip July 4, 2014

From Jonah Goldberg:  The notion that denying a subsidy for a product is equivalent to banning that product is one of the odder tenets of contemporary liberalism. Not only that but that Liberals, having lost in the Arena of Ideas and failed to make their case to voluntarily persuade companies provide benefits strictly tailored to […]

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I never would have noticed…

by Tom June 5, 2014

You know, if the meme didn’t point it out, I probably wouldn’t have caught on to the irony. Because, you see, I’m not a fascist liberal #moonbat and I don’t look for the politically-correct opportunity in everything my eyes focus on.  I don’t pretend to be the self-enlightened busybody police of other people’s behavior, and […]

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Why suffer when Progressive Paradises are so close?

by Don May 20, 2014

Last weekend I traveled through beautiful parts of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York. These nearby beautiful states do all the things that New Hampshire Progressives/Liberals/Socialists complain that New Hampshire doesn’t do. It’s a shame that we have so many unhappy citizens when these Progressive paradises are so close. Massachusetts, Connecticut, and New York have huge […]

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Notable Quote – Kirsten Powers

by Skip May 15, 2014

Welcome to the Dark Ages, Part II. We have slipped into an age of un-enlightenment where you fall in line behind the mob or face the consequences. How ironic that the persecutors this time around are the so-called intellectuals. They claim to be liberal while behaving as anything but. The touchstone of liberalism is tolerance […]

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Notable Quote – Spengler

by Susan Olsen May 1, 2014

“Why don’t liberals seem to notice the catastrophic consequences of their policies, and why do they imagine imminent horrors where none exist? If  you corner a liberal and point to a disaster that followed upon his policy, at very most he will say–with a tear in the eye and a quivering upper lip–”We did the right […]

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I’m with Stupid. Yeah, He’s a Liberal.

by Tom April 12, 2014

So, I took a little stroll down to Nashua City Hall today because I heard some moonbats were planning a little anti-gun protest. I arrived with some homemade handouts displaying some 2012 CDC data, proving how low gun violence actually is in this country, when compared to dangers such as Cancer and Heart Disease (combined, responsible […]

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Notable Quote – Christopher Chantrill

by Susan Olsen March 18, 2014

“You see, liberals, a world without personal responsibility is not a Kumbaya world of fuzzy collective consensus. It is a world wrenched back in time to the rule of the patriarch or its modern derivative, the charismatic lightbringer. In the age of cities, science, markets, commerce, it fails every time it’s been tried. But you […]

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Notable Quote: Dalrymple – The Modern Liberal Intelligentsia…

by Steve MacDonald January 28, 2014
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One might extend La Rochefoucauld’s famous maxim that neither the sun nor death can be stared at for long, by saying that no member of the modern liberal intelligentsia can stare at a social problem for very long.  He feels the need to retreat into impersonal abstractions, into structures or alleged structures over which the […]

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ABC’s Good Morning America On Yet Another “Puke-Fest”

by Rick Olson December 24, 2013

“Sarcasm…Because beating the shit out of people is illegal.” —unknown Here we go…Another smarmy, “look how wonderful we are, Good Morning America” show. Nothing says, “I have an ego bigger than Montana,” like being a host of the ABC News (News” and I use the term extremely loosely) show “Good Morning America.   How many of these […]

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Winners And Losers

by Rick Olson December 17, 2013

“Anybody can become angry – that is easy, but to be angry with the right person and to the right degree and at the right time and for the right purpose, and in the right way – that is not within everybody’s power and is not easy.”   —Aristotle This is one of those stories […]

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Friends with Petie “the Stiletto” Sullivan?

by Susan Olsen December 8, 2013
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Equality: How Liberals think Conservatives see it – Part III

by Skip November 22, 2013

A great graphic that I’ve chopped up a bit – last Part  tonite For Progressives, “Equality” seems to be the driving force – everyone MUST be equal no matter what area of life is being viewed.  Anything that promotes or allows “inequality” must be stamped out.  Freedom is reserved for the realm of “free from […]

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Equality: How Liberals think Conservatives see it – Part II

by Skip November 21, 2013

A great graphic that I’ve chopped up a bit – Part 2 tonite For Progressives, “Equality” seems to be the driving force – everyone MUST be equal no matter what area of life is being viewed.  Anything that promotes or allows “inequality” must be stamped out.  Freedom is reserved for the realm of “free from […]

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The Cure For The Knock-out Game

by Rick Olson November 21, 2013

“If your neighbors think you’re a detective because a cop always brings you home, you might be a redneck.”  —Jeff Foxworthy A disturbing trend is getting a great deal of face time in the lamestream media. It is called the “Knock-out Game.” Victims can be the elderly, mothers with kids virtually anybody.  It is a […]

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Equality: How Liberals think Conservatives see it

by Skip November 19, 2013

A great graphic that I’ve chopped up a bit – Part 1 tonite For Progressives, “Equality” seems to be the driving force – everyone MUST be equal no matter what area of life is being viewed.  Anything that promotes or allows “inequality” must be stamped out.  Freedom is reserved for the realm of “free from […]

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Notable Quote – Roger Simon

by Susan Olsen November 6, 2013

I think most of us understand this…. “Liberalism as practiced in today’s America is a chimera, not actually an ideology but an alliance of interest groups controlled by elites for the preservation of their (the elites’) wealth and power. The interest groups often seem to be working against their own advantage by being so affiliated […]

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Notable Quote – Tyler Durden

by Susan Olsen November 5, 2013

“The liberal subculture is permeated with frightened people. They are frightened of authority yet infatuated by authority. They are frightened  of independence yet feign independence. They are frightened of the blunt truth in serious matters, yet fascinated by the blunt truth as a form of comedic anesthesia. They like to imagine themselves as socially heroic […]

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The Realities of DemocratCare…. or ‘They Don’t Call us “The Right!” For Nothing.’ Part XI

by Steve MacDonald November 1, 2013
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Charles Krauthammer Washington Post Beyond mendacity, there is liberal paternalism, of which these forced cancellations are a classic case. We canceled your plan,explained presidential spokesman Jay Carney, because it was substandard. We have a better idea. Translation: Sure, you freely chose the policy, paid for the policy, renewed the policy, liked the policy. But you’re […]

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Notable Quote – Ludwig von Mises

by Susan Olsen October 28, 2013

“The champions of socialism call themselves progressives, but they recommend a system which is characterized by rigid observance of routine and by a resistance to every kind of improvement. They call themselves liberals, but they are intent upon abolishing liberty. They call themselves democrats, but they yearn for dictatorship. They call themselves revolutionaries, but they […]

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John Wayne on Liberals

by Steve MacDonald October 18, 2013
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I grabbed this from the Blaze.  I found it very…interesting. This is audio of John Wayne talking about liberals.  He talks about how they treat people who disagree with them, all kinds of things. What is interesting is that he could be saying this today, about the Democrats who run and are in the party […]

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Notable Quote – Ted McAllister

by Susan Olsen September 17, 2013

“The Neo-Progressive story is finally one of equality rather than liberty, of power rather than authority, of desire rather than reason.” The Tyrannical Declaration of Independence.      

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Help Kickstart World War III

by Tom September 10, 2013

Got Cognitive Dissonance? There are just too many good “milk through nose” one-liners in this video to mention.  I suppose special thanks should go out to Jay Leno, for making it cool for (some) celebrities to make fun of Obama.  Ok, a small knuckle-bump to Jon Stewart (but don’t let it go to your head, […]

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New Research Suggests that Cleaner Air Causes Global Warming

by Steve MacDonald August 21, 2013
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Poweline has a post up titled, ‘Is Clean Air The Cause of Global Warming?“ You’d have to have had some sustained warming for that to even be true but let’s play along because this is actually devastating to the infinite number of Donkey’s with the infinite number of “typewriters” (or their modern digital equivalent)  charged […]

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Why Shea-Porter (and other Libs) are wrong to blame the Tea Party

by Tom August 19, 2013

Reposting of editorial written by Jeff Chidester Seacoastonline.com (August 18, 2013) Washington, D.C., has long been an island floating on a sea of hypocrisy. There are many castaways on this island, each playing a role in our national economic recklessness. But for some to blame the mess in D.C. on the Tea Party is utterly preposterous.

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The Democrat’s Approach to “Gun Control” is Like…

by Steve MacDonald August 19, 2013
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Well, yeah–the Democrat’s approach to “Gun Control” makes no damn sense. And neither does their re-branded term ‘Gun Violence.’  Nothing they say they want to do will actually curtail gun violence and the sign below gives a great example why.

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Kinda sums it up

by Susan Olsen August 17, 2013
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OK, what do you think about how a Conservative views others vs Progressives?

by Skip August 14, 2013

Sometimes I just have a lot to add to something that someone has written and the following is something that I do believe to be true from MY Conservative / libertarian leanings stand point.  Pretty much, I do believe this segment from a RedState post by plumely summarizes the outlooks of Conservatives vs Statist Progressive […]

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Not Seeing “Elysium” All The Rage.

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2013
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As Twitchy points out (read the tweets and the comments they are all good), Media Mattress is trying to spin up business for Matt Damon’s  Elysium by selling it as a movie that  “forces the right to confront the world their ideology creates.” Sony should slap that on a poster and see how many tickets […]

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Rush Limbaugh Celebrates 25 Years on The Air

by Steve MacDonald August 3, 2013

As an occasional listener– no liberal drones I do not “get my marching orders from Rush Limbaugh,” or Fox News; that’s how you guys operate, not us–I was aware that the milestone was coming but now it’s here.  Starting in August, 1987 Rush began what became and is currently the most listened to Radio program […]

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