Democrats : Bringing Morality Back To Washington

“She was a liar. She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer. She conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality.”

  • Jerry Zeifman – Hillary Clinton’s Watergate boss

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35 Responses to Democrats : Bringing Morality Back To Washington

  1. Gator says:

    mo·ral·i·ty /məˈralədē/ noun

    •a particular system of values and principles of conduct, especially one held by a specified person or society.

    The system of values that leftists use is dependent upon who the transgressor may be, and what is at stake. It is their brand of morality.

    • arn says:

      You are right.
      It is a system they USE.
      But it is not a system they have.

      • GW Smith says:

        No. They HAVE it. It’s just not a system of values and principals which are proven to promote a peaceful and prosperous lives. They’re not “dishonest” because honesty means something entirely different to them than it does to us. In fact, all definitions mean something different. You talk about parallel universes?

        • Gator says:

          Take for example, the postmodern interpretation of identity. “If a person feels that their identity differs from what the so-called objective world determines, then that person has the final say. A person’s interpretation of reality, is reality.”

          “I can seriously go to any campus in America and say ‘I am a purple unicorn.’ And the people, with a straight face, would accept me as a purple unicorn. In other words, be what the hell you want to be … race, gender, age, species — as long as it adds to the chaos.”

          “Identity can be interpreted and changed in an infinite number of ways, so long as it adheres to the postmodern hierarchy of oppression in relation to its immutable defining characteristics, which cannot be changed unless they accomplish a political statement. If they do, they can be changed at will.”

          “This is how the college campus is able to be bigoted in the name of anti-bigotry,” he said. “If you virtue signal loud enough, you can be as hateful as you like. And all gender, all race, is interpretable and equal — except for skin color and whether you are a man or a woman. This is the exact intersection of Marxism and postmodernism, it’s called social justice.”
          -Glenn Beck

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      In order for Progressives to continue their illogical belief systems they have to pretend not to know a lot of things.

      —David Mamet

  2. Robertv says:

    You can’t blame a cancer of being a cancer but if you want to save the body it should be eliminated the sooner the better.

  3. Johansen says:

    Trump: “A big fat con job perpetrated by very evil people”
    St. John: “… men loved the darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil”
    King Solomon: “For they cannot rest until they do evil…”

    We’ll see how this plays out today, but if this is stalled any longer I don’t think the outcome will be good in November

  4. Bob Cherba says:

    As a sexually repressed conservative who votes Republican, I’ve viewed the Democrat/liberal/leftists as the party of sex. Most of what they want to change/enable is related to sexual liberation. Just look at what our universities push these days. Orientation includes sex week, mixed dorms, LGBT-Querty, abortion on demand until the moment of birth, etc., etc. Then the libs claim there’s a college rape culture. And while they push and enable sex at every opportunity, the definition of sexual assault is broadened to include looking at a female for more than a few seconds, or asking someone for a date.

    Has anyone noted how high school and college women dress for class these days? It’s a wonder to me how any normal male student manages to keep his mind on his books.

  5. frederik wisse says:

    Hillary and Bill are beyond morals , for them life is about grabbing , the more the better .
    Sacrifice is an unknown qualification for them , both of them have fallen a long time ago for all of the devils temptations .

  6. CheshireRed says:

    TBF that blonde is definitely worth a closer look.

  7. MrGrimNasty says:

    Not sure where I first saw the link for the ‘Creepy Uncle Joe’ video, might have even been on here, anyway what a weirdo!

    https://youtu.be/KQ-YjGmpO4Q

  8. R Shearer says:

    It doesn’t look good for Kavanaugh as the accuser came across more as a credible victim. How does he defend himself against that?

    Looking back, this psyop was well played. Remember the initial reports about his gambling quirks, drinking? There was obviously something off about him that was being effectively communicated by the media, it was a vice sting from the beginning (his nomination not events in 1982 or whenever).

    • Rah says:

      NO Evidence. Not a single witness that corroberates the testimony of the accuser. A travesty.

    • spike55 says:

      “the accuser came across more as a credible victim.”

      Better acting abilities. !

      Don’t get sucked-in to unsubstantiated fabrications.

      (oh look , a direct link to the AGW scam.. all from the same basic leftist sources)

      • R Shearer says:

        Kavanaugh did about as well as he could do. It’s too bad that the vote could go either way.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Lindsey Graham surprised me pleasantly by calling out the swine that brought this on us all.

          If Kavanaugh gets voted down, this is what we’ll get every single time from now on. We may get it anyway even if he gets confirmed because the Democrats know how close they’d come to win.

    • gregole says:

      I can’t help but wonder how much per hour she’s making. I do not believe a single word she says. And the media, and many of my family and friends, are lapping it all up.

  9. Rosco says:

    I don’t believe a word that the accusers state and I’m from Australia and don’t give a damn.

    My reason is that the late 70’s and early 80’s were the height of the AIDS scare.

    Stories about how unprotected sex was basically a death sentence were everywhere in the media.

    Now these women expect us to believe that either they were gang raped by a group of men any of whom could have HIV or that they repeatedly observed this behaviour at up to 10 parties they attended, why did they go back if this behaviour so offended them or why did they ignore the victims plight and risk exposure, and they just did nothing ?

    What callous disregard they had for either their own potential health risks or those of the victims they simply ignored.

    I don’t believe a word of it – I know no women who would have callously ignored the stories now being recited !

    Everyone was terrified of AIDS and any woman must obviously be at risk.

    • spike55 says:

      “why did they go back if this behaviour so offended them”

      I think one has to take a hard look at the morality of these so called women..

      What were they seeking at these parties.. and why complain now if they did or didn’t get what they were after.

    • gregole says:

      Rosco,

      I hadn’t read your comment when I commented above. She’s lying. I can’t believe people can’t see that. She’s absolutely making it up on the spot. Not a single corroboration; after these terrible things happened – she did’t tell her parents; a close friend; the police; a school counselor; someone? Why?

      Pure fabrication. My theory – she’s a liar and is being paid. Paid well.

      “I knew him in school and I can trash him.” “Oh, really. Let’s meet at Starbucks…we can talk.”

      • Gator says:

        She is a hero to every leftist. She will be well taken care of back at the leftorium where she works, and by the flock. And of course there will be book deals, TV movies, and guest appearances if not offers of work in media.

        This is a great opportunity for a leftist scumbag.

  10. GTPath says:

    If people can convince themselves President Trump is the reincarnation of Adolph Hitler, because of their irrational hatred of him, is it any surprise one of them can convince herself she was assaulted by an innocent man 35 years ago?

  11. Mr Sir says:

    Republicans in 2016: Yeah, Hillary has a lot of experience, but she’s shady, so she shouldn’t be president.

    Republicans in 2018: Yeah, Kavanaugh is shady, but he has a lot of experience, so he should be on the Supreme Court.

    • spike55 says:

      No, the people accusing Kavanaugh are the shady, immoral ones.

      Time to look deeper into the lives and agendas of these leftist puppets.

      See if their bank balances have had a recent lift or if other “favours” are on offer.

    • Tom Bakert says:

      That is the most inane comment that I have read anywhere in a very long time. In the future, I suggest you identify yourself as “Mr Zir”.

    • An Inquirer says:

      The shady part of Hillary was well-documented and corroborated. She prevented adequate investigation into big potential scandals by destroying evidence and by just refusing to cooperate. The shady part of Hillary is consistent with what she has done throughout her life.

      What you call shady parts of Kavanaugh are vague recollections of 36 years ago that fall apart when corroboration is attempted. The shady charges against Kavanaugh are contrary to how he has lived his life for 53 years.

    • Rah says:

      What an idiot!

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