Big Week For The Democrats

Anti-Semitic rants
Support for killing newborns
Racist governors
Take away everybody’s cars
Replace airplanes with trains.
Global warming rallies in the snow
Protecting human and drug trafficking at the border

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11 Responses to Big Week For The Democrats

  1. Johansen says:

    She sounds like a corporate attorney, droning on and on… not much ‘people connection’, sorry

  2. Windsong says:

    What do these notional trains run on? Green Dreams? If it is steel tracks, we have a problem. We have been ripping out rail for over 100 years. Lots of other things now sit on old railway right-of-way. Railroad route miles in the US peaked in 1916 at approximately 254,000 miles. As of 2016, that number was down to approximately 90,000 miles. Almost all of it is privately owned and very congested. Excluding Amtrak owned NE routes, or state owned regional routes, most long distance Amtrak routes operate a whopping single train daily (or less) in opposite directions on somebody’s rails (e.g. BNSF, UP). The passenger trains have to contend with hot shot inter-modals and slow moving unit trains of grain, coal, oil, etc. Add in some very cold winter weather, very hot summer weather, or very wet weather, and bad things happen to the tracks slowing everything down. Sometimes it comes to a halt in the form of trip cancellations. Amtrak is nicknamed Half-Trak for a long list of reasons, and at the top of my list is the recent gutting of the on-board food service. Heat and serve tray meals or boxed meals on an LA-NYC trip that takes three days? No thanks.

    • rah says:

      Yep! The intermodal yards are maxed out and the rail systems nearly so. The rail system has shrunk a great deal just in my 63 year life time.

  3. ShowMeTheData says:

    Tony. Can you tell me why you used to use the pseudonym “Steve Goddard”? Thanks for your reply.

  4. arn says:

    The 5 features of slavery.(according to Kenneth Stampp)

    1)Substandard Housing

    2)Broken families

    3)High degree of violence

    4)Basic provisions,but no chance to get ahead

    5)Nihilism/Despair(as result of 1-4)

    This is the major voting block of a certain party and
    that”s why they create them.
    (imagine a failed energy policy that ruins the economy.The number of 1-5ers will skyrocket)

  5. frederik wisse says:

    Am I blocked by you or by go*gle?

  6. Daviod Wojick says:

    I figured out the Green New Dealers “business model.” It makes what they say a lot clearer (and even crazier):

    The Green New Dealers want 100 trillion dollars!
    http://www.cfact.org/2019/02/12/the-green-new-dealers-want-100-trillion-dollars/

    The beginning: “People keep asking what the Green New Deal will cost, but that is the wrong question. The question is how much do they want? It turns out the New Dealers are pretty clear about the answer ­ around $100 trillion over ten years. They are working to a very big budget. What gets done depends on the money, not vice versa.

    Representative Ocasio-Cortez (who has a degree in economics) and her crew have a clear idea of where the money for the Green New Deal is going to come from and roughly how much they want. As with WW2, the Green New Deal will simply consume about half of American GDP. I am not making this up. That WW2 was a time of great sacrifice and hardship, as a direct result of this dramatic mobilization, does not matter to these folks. War is war, right?

    Here it is in its clearest form: “The resolution describes the 10-year plan to transform every sector of our economy to remove GHH and pollution. It says it does this through huge investment in renewables at WW2 scale (which was 40-60% GDP investments).” This recent quote is from Representative Ocasio-Cortez’s chief of staff ­ Saikat Chakrabarti.

    If you start with a budget of 40-60% of US GDP you can think really big, and the Green New Dealers have done just that. GDP is running around $20 trillion a year, or $200 trillion in ten years. Taking 40-60% of that is $80-120 trillion, so let’s call it an even $100 trillion to finance the Green New Deal dream.

    The ways and means of raising this stupendous sum of $100 trillion are also clear in their minds. It will be done the same way WW2 was done, however that was. It is obvious to them that we can do this, because we have done it before. The specifics do not matter to the Plan. The Government can work them out.”

    There is a lot more in the article.

    Let’s ask the 70+ House and Senate co-sponsors of the Green New Deal Resolution if they endorse this $100 trillion goal. I bet not, for most of them.

  7. nfw says:

    It’s not surprising twatter blocks any criticism of islimics and mooslimism. The company is basically owned by a Saudi and Jack is simply doing his master’s bidding. Can’t have the truth getting out there to all the leftoid drones.

  8. John of Cloverdale, WA, Australia says:

    LOL!

  9. Wx watcher says:

    Just as they are ratcheting up their fight against “global warming” record cold, snows and freezes are gripping much of the 🌎.

    No wonder the Libs aren’t the biggest fans of G-d. He tends to foil their plans.

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