Democrats Announce Plan To Destroy Their Own Party

After whining incessantly for years about the evils of obstruction, Senator Chuck Schumer of New York has just announced his plan to obstruct the will of the American people for the next two years.

With 24 Democratic Senate seats up for re-election in 2018, Senator Schumer’s plan should finish off the Democratic Party once and for all.

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33 Responses to Democrats Announce Plan To Destroy Their Own Party

  1. Colorado Wellington says:

    Progressives can’t just stand still. They have to be destroying something. The Democrats were planning on another 8 years to put an end to America and now their awesome power has to find a different outlet.


    • Aurora Svant says:

      The “progressive” epithet they like to affix to themselves does not mean they are for Humanity’s progress as they would love people to believe, but it merely illustrates how they attack our freedoms, step by step, progressively. Just look at the progression of their assault on the 2nd Amendment (and consequently the 1st Amendment as well) in California ans other leftists miserly holes… If left to their devices, they will soon declare the Right to Bear arms to be subject to their approval, there.

  2. gator69 says:

    Yes, they have learned a valuable lesson, and they are taking the high road…

    • Gail Combs says:

      A TEN year old??
      I tossed one of these at age 4 (in Church) and got taken outside and had my butt warmed by my Mom. I still have vivid memories of that.

      The comments show just how clueless people are when it comes to training.

      The Yahoo horse section is even worse at times. At least when the horse owned by one of these no discipline morons tosses one there is a good chance the human gene pool will get cleansed.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Let’s reason with them.

      • Aurora Svant says:

        A 9mm bullet just between the eyes seems like it would be a good argument, in your illustration.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Not until they become a threat to your life and limb, for example should this large lady or the one below try to snuff you out by sitting on you. Then I believe you are entitled to call for airstrikes to get them off.

          I reckon it would satisfy the letter and spirit of state and federal laws, as well as the Geneva Conventions.

    • RAH says:

      No way. Neither of my kids ever acted like that and if they had I would have given them something to cry about. There are times that the fastest way to the brain is through the pants.

      • Gail Combs says:

        There is a darn good reason nature gave animals pain receptors. It cuts down the death rate from stupid moves.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        No, let’s reason with them. Democrats are sensible and intelligent people.

        • Aurora Svant says:

          Please, add a trigger warning before the vomit-inducing animations you post : think of those who are reading this site while taking breakfast !

        • RAH says:

          If your gonna spank that you’ll need a CH-47 Chinook to sling load it.

          • Gail Combs says:

            Just load’em all up and drop the lot in the Alaska Range. Preferably on Mt. McKinley in winter.

          • RAH says:

            Gail, it’s going to colder in N. Carolina than it is in much of Alaska this weekend. Up to a foot of snow in some places starting to come in the morning then followed by Arctic air. Your going to get considerably colder than we Hoosiers are. Guess your battening down the hatches?

            At 06:00 I go off call and I hope they leave me alone because I know I’ll be heading into this stuff if they do.

            Replaced the battery in my pick up truck today. Got in this morning from a special extra run to Dexter, Missouri to deliver auto exhaust components. The back haul was 45,000 lb of lead out of a recycler in Carbon City, IL. Got back to the yard at 05:30 this morning driving through some snow and my old PU wouldn’t start. I hate working on vehicles in the cold! Bobtailed home. Waited for daylight and the parts stores to open then had my wife follow me back with my tools and tester/charger in the FJ. The 400 amp inverter in the FJ came in handy for running the charger/tester. Defective battery from NAPA. Tested at 71% after charging and would not even think about cranking. Only a little over a year old. But their guarantee worked. I paid $43.23 for a new battery that costs $116.00. So my pick up truck is in the drive and ready to go if the call.

          • RAH says:

            Gail did you know that McKinley is actually the longest climb in the world if one starts from the glacier at sea level? Or IOW one gains more altitude climbing McKinley than any other mountain if your start at the very bottom of it’s features.

          • Gail Combs says:

            My Univ outing club lost some climbers to Mt. McKinley while I was a member.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Boulder “Progressives” are discovering how hard global warming is on their Audis and Subarus. The weather we’ve had over the last couple of days finished off quite a few marginal car batteries. Right now it’s around 0℉ and “much warmer than yesterday”. :)

  3. NavarreAggie says:

    Honestly, though, the Democrats will never be finished and maybe that’s a good thing. I think one of the issues we have today is that once the Soviet Union fell, we lost the ability to distinguish our imperfections from the pure evil that was Soviet communism. We, as a people, also lost the ability to recognize subversive and traitorous acts without some sort of baseline for evil. I believe this is, in part, responsible for some of the Democrat success. However, they themselves have filled this role now, and if they American people can stay awake, they will now have a gauge for corruption and treachery in the Democrat party. Besides, people like these never go away…they just change their stripes or political affiliations.

    • Gail Combs says:

      The Progressives are totalitarians.

      There is really only two forms of government when you think about it. A government by and for the people where the general population has control and some form of totalitarian government where the people are the slaves of the state/elite. Political Islam is a totalitarian theocracy which is why the Progressives love it.

      The USA moved towards a totalitarian government with the Federal Reserve Act, 16th and 17th Amendments, FDRs New Deal and laws made by an unelected unfireable Bureaucracy who the Supreme Court says can write laws AND enforce them without citizen imput. (We no longer have trial by jury we have trial by Federal Department tribunal.)

    • Neal S says:

      Those folk clothe themselves in verbal fig-leafs which they change over time as others catch on and this will not end until they have corrupted every good value by falsely claiming it for themselves and destroying anything that was positive in it to begin with. They produce nothing good but only destroy good.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Any Rand nailed it. That is why Progressives hate her.
        Envy/Hatred of the Good for Being the Good

        Today, we live in the Age of Envy.

        “Envy” is not the emotion I have in mind, but it is the clearest manifestation of an emotion that has remained nameless; it is the only element of a complex emotional sum that men have permitted themselves to identify.

        Envy is regarded by most people as a petty, superficial emotion and, therefore, it serves as a semihuman cover for so inhuman an emotion that those who feel it seldom dare admit it even to themselves. . . . That emotion is: hatred of the good for being the good.

        This hatred is not resentment against some prescribed view of the good with which one does not agree. . . . Hatred of the good for being the good means hatred of that which one regards as good by one’s own (conscious or subconscious) judgment. It means hatred of a person for possessing a value or virtue one regards as desirable.

        If a child wants to get good grades in school, but is unable or unwilling to achieve them and begins to hate the children who do, that is hatred of the good. If a man regards intelligence as a value, but is troubled by self-doubt and begins to hate the men he judges to be intelligent, that is hatred of the good.

        The nature of the particular values a man chooses to hold is not the primary factor in this issue (although irrational values may contribute a great deal to the formation of that emotion). The primary factor and distinguishing characteristic is an emotional mechanism set in reverse: a response of hatred, not toward human vices, but toward human virtues…..

  4. jst1 says:

    Goodbye filibuster.

  5. RAH says:

    Republicans hold 52 seats in the Senate. For the 2018 mid terms there are 23 democrat seats in play plus 2 independents that caucus with the Democrats. So that’s 25 which is over 1/2 of the democrat caucus.
    There are 8 Republican seats in play.
    Of course that is all contingent on no special elections in the interim to fill seats vacated by death, resignation, etc.
    There are 10 democrat Senators whose seats will be in play whose states went for Trump. Of those there are five states that Trump took by double digits and the “experts” are saying Republicans have a very good to excellent chance of gaining. They are: Indiana, Missouri, Montana, North Dakota and West Virginia.
    Though an 8 seat gain with no loses is certainly possible, I wouldn’t count on it.

  6. RAH says:

    Now this just breaks my wittle heart!
    Trump: Obama’s envoys out by inauguration day

    I can’t help but think that there may be a little pay back in that since Obama’s State Department has been somewhat less then cooperative during the transition. And I can empathize but have not one bit of sympathy for the diplomats. When a member of the military gets PCS (Permanent Change of Station) orders they go no matter what your family situation. Why should it be different for ANY one in government employ is beyond me.

    • Gail Combs says:

      RAH, It is not just the military.
      I had 40 address changes by the time I was 29 because of all the times Dad was ordered to move. He was top salesman for his company and he was moved all over to open new territory, consolidate it and then turn it over to another salesman.

      We were lucky to spend 2 years in the same location. I have zero sympathy. I can’t watch that video but I read this:

      ….KELEMEN: Once political ambassadors do leave, there’s always a deputy ready to step in, says Barbara Stephenson, president of the State Department’s professional association.

      BARBARA STEPHENSON: That person is invariably a career diplomat with at least a decade and very often two decades or more of experience. So our best people get these positions.

      KELEMEN: So it’s not like the embassies will be empty. About 70 percent of the current ambassadors are career diplomats, and they usually get to stay. That was not Kurt Volker’s experience as ambassador to NATO before President Obama came to office.

      KURT VOLKER: I was notified right around the time of the inauguration – just before, actually – that there was going to be a political appointee to come in and replace me and I should prepare to leave.

      KELEMEN: His wife found a job so they could at least stay in Brussels until their children finished the school year. Michele Kelemen, NPR News, the State Department.

      Good grief, If I was a mother I would be out of Brussels so fast it would make your head spin!

      • RAH says:

        When I got my orders to come back to the US from Germany I knew they were coming because the standard accompanied tour was 3 years. So I sent the family home to stay with my parents 6 months early so the kids wouldn’t be changing schools in the middle of the school year. Though the DoD grade and Jr. HS schools in Bad Tolz where I daughter went were very good the HS in Munich where my son went sucked. Things worked out fine though when I came home I was the stroke of a clerks pen from going down on the PanAm flight that was blown from the sky over Lockerbie. I boarded the next PanAm flight to depart from the same gate that doomed flight departed from.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          I’ve had some close calls with fate but never one that would have been so certain.

          That was some good clerking you got in the Army.

          • RAH says:

            The best!

            Having not quite understood the news on the German radio as my friend drove me to the airport I was shocked by the procedures at the gate. They even made me take my black retractable writing pen apart. We didn’t board from a skyway but from old fashioned stairs from the tarmac after having identified our luggage to be put on the aircraft.

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