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Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 06 Mar 2017, 7:30pm
by tepista
tepista wrote:
06 Mar 2017, 7:10pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 Mar 2017, 7:05pm
tepista wrote:
06 Mar 2017, 6:58pm
Kory wrote:
01 Mar 2017, 10:53pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
01 Mar 2017, 6:40pm



O'Reilly Score: 4/10
The hell? Doesn't O'Reilly hate drugs, like any good conservative?
How many dollars does Lou have in his hand when he meets the man?
a) $26
b) $911
c) $1776
d) Whatever trickled down from Reagan
Sister Ray was sucking
(a) King Kong
(b) Cheech & Chong
(c) Ding Dong
(d) Bing Bong
Some people like to go out dancing.
And other people like us we gotta go on TV and deny that racism is still a problem.
I think Billy took the "You better hit her" line from "There She Goes" a bit literal in his marriage.

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 07 Mar 2017, 1:18am
by Silent Majority
tepista wrote:
06 Mar 2017, 7:10pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
06 Mar 2017, 7:05pm
tepista wrote:
06 Mar 2017, 6:58pm
Kory wrote:
01 Mar 2017, 10:53pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
01 Mar 2017, 6:40pm



O'Reilly Score: 4/10
The hell? Doesn't O'Reilly hate drugs, like any good conservative?
How many dollars does Lou have in his hand when he meets the man?
a) $26
b) $911
c) $1776
d) Whatever trickled down from Reagan
Sister Ray was sucking
(a) King Kong
(b) Cheech & Chong
(c) Ding Dong
(d) Bing Bong
Some people like to go out dancing.
And other people like us we gotta go on TV and deny that racism is still a problem.
Hoo, just watch me now.

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 07 Mar 2017, 6:09pm
by Flex
TrumpCare is almost amusingly deranged. As I commented to KP on Facebook, it's like a parody you'd invent of what a Republican health care bill would be. Hard to see how it gets the votes to pass (although in this political climate, lord knows).

I'll never get why Repubs don't just copy Singapore's health care system for their initial proposal. For whatever reason, conservatives seem to find it acceptable and it actually has some merit as a system. You probably couldn't end up passing it, but start from a point where you'd have some political capital to spend.

(Of course, I'd make the same argument to Dems on single-payer, so obviously no one is listening to me.)

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 07 Mar 2017, 6:24pm
by Dr. Medulla
Flex wrote:
07 Mar 2017, 6:09pm
TrumpCare is almost amusingly deranged. As I commented to KP on Facebook, it's like a parody you'd invent of what a Republican health care bill would be. Hard to see how it gets the votes to pass (although in this political climate, lord knows).

I'll never get why Repubs don't just copy Singapore's health care system for their initial proposal. For whatever reason, conservatives seem to find it acceptable and it actually has some merit as a system. You probably couldn't end up passing it, but start from a point where you'd have some political capital to spend.

(Of course, I'd make the same argument to Dems on single-payer, so obviously no one is listening to me.)
Obamacare has always been time bomb for the Republicans, exposing the deep divisions within the party and the fundamental intellectual bankruptcy of conservative politics. Demonizing what was already a basically Republican (pre-Obama) type of plan for the sake of agitating the base was always a suicide pill if they ever found themselves in power, either forcing them to renege and be exposed as corrupt or inept political hacks or see it thru and make their base realize how precarious their medical situation is. Apocalyptic tactics only work if you know there's no tomorrow; suddenly, these assholes have realized that the sun came up and they're standing in a burning building of their own design. But that's what you get when you treat politics and governance so cynically.

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 08 Mar 2017, 3:16pm
by Dr. Medulla

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 08 Mar 2017, 3:19pm
by Silent Majority
It's been said many times before, even by me, but there's no room for parody on the planet any more.

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 16 Mar 2017, 10:28pm
by Rat Patrol

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 17 Mar 2017, 6:18am
by Dr. Medulla
Rat Patrol wrote:
16 Mar 2017, 10:28pm
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/sen ... 6aq07fogvi&

Dead Girl: 0. . .
The legislature then voted to declare him a Democrat, followed by a round of condemning typical liberal behaviour, then cancelling all children's aid.

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 25 Mar 2017, 1:35pm
by Inder

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 25 Mar 2017, 1:48pm
by Dr. Medulla
Inder wrote:
25 Mar 2017, 1:35pm
Seems like a good strategy for dealing with people whose entire existence is founded in being obstructionist.

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 20 Apr 2017, 12:36pm
by BostonBeaneater
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Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 20 Apr 2017, 3:40pm
by JennyB
I'd really like to shoot Ted Nugent with a bow and arrow.

Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 20 Apr 2017, 5:03pm
by Rat Patrol
Sorry, Wally, I don't know his position on sheep freelove...but I can happily say I voted against this turd twice and that he's probably dumb enough to get bitten by some poisonous fauna while getting off the plane on first visit to your whimsical land.


Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 09 May 2017, 10:27am
by BostonBeaneater
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politic ... -1.3149700

I believe this kid is calling horseshit.

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Re: The Future of the Republican Party

Posted: 25 May 2017, 5:24am
by Rat Patrol
http://money.cnn.com/2017/05/24/media/m ... index.html

It's a bold election-closing move, punching a guy with glasses. Let's see how this plays out.