Sunday, October 14, 2018

Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?

h/t Mike


"Fat, drunk, and stupid is no way to go through life, bitch." - Dean Wormer, Jr.





















Cold Fury pulls an excerpt from The Other McCain, both of them riffing off a closing quote from Vodkapundit himself, Stephen Green:
"It is not the case that America’s politics have become more divisive because the Republican Party has moved further right. Liberal pundits, commenting from within their ideological cocoons, habitually apply labels — “far right,” “extremist,” “white nationalist,” etc. — to depict the GOP as beholden to a dangerous fringe, but this is just paranoid propaganda. The typical Republican voter in 2018 is actually no more “extreme” than his father was in 1988. Nor is the policy agenda of the GOP now any more “far right” than it was in the presidency of Ronald Reagan. The cause of the increased partisan divide is not that the Republicans have moved right, but that Democrats have moved left.  
Polls indicate that the Democrats’ advantage in the generic congressional ballot is holding firm around 7 or 8 points. Why? 
Democrats are now the party of TrigglyPuff, of angry college girls driven to fits of insanity."
Easy:

1) Polls are undiluted horsecrap, as our would-be Democrat overlords found out a couple of Novembers ago:
     a) because their flawed mathematical models are skewed to lie to us on purpose
     b) because everyone lies to pollsters on general principle in response to "a".

2) I haven't moved an inch from where I was politically in 1980. But what was center-right then is now mutant alien extreme Right in 2018. And, naturally, those to the right of me then are the "even more radical fringe" Right. This isn't because of the rise of the KKK, much as the would be klansmen would like to imagine.

It's because the Left has been running like a bat out of hell to their own left, to out-Mao Mao, and make Che and Stalin into boring conservative leftists by comparison.

They think if they pile enough Trigglypuffs on the political teeter-totter, we'll all have to slide to their end.

Well, they're correct.

What they don't realize is that when we do, it'll be to clean house with machetes and flamethrowers, and not to move in with them.

Bosnia, meet Rwanda.

When you force people to do things they don't want to do, they don't put on the BBQ guns and come over for a picnic.

They serve you your ass on a platter.

In a contest between the trailer park mafia and the fat-assed crazy catladies of a college town you'd do well to remember that NASCAR and bowling outdraws NPR and every Leftard cause ever invented for participation, by several orders of magnitude, every year since...ever.

So: Guess who's coming to dinner?

10 comments:

Badger said...

Trigglypuff. Hunh, had to look that up.

Tactless Wookie said...

Steven Green++

Funny how that whole shift isn't really taking place except in the minds of the deranged. My politics are pretty much the same as they were in 1980. I was 16 in 1980 and getting in trouble while attending my state sponsored indoctrination camp. Otherwise known as high school.

I was forever at odds with my teachers as I then thought it was cruelly ridiculous to just take what I've earned and give it to somebody else. I guess I was some Jr. Nazi in training in those days. If you'd listen to the looney left anyhow.

In those days they told me was heartless. I'd like to think I was just a bit wise for my age.

Lee Van Queef II said...

You were either a com-symp, an idiot or a yellow dog, nigger-hating demonicrat in my neck of the woods pre-Reagan. Post Reagan we had Mr. Thousand Points of Light NWO shithead who was so transparent you could read the NY Times through him. Then came Commander Blowjob & His Rancid Cunt, Son of Shithead and finally The Fraud.

There were no illusions then, there are none now.

The only difference now is there is no shame in being an open degenerate or an outright communist. Permanent infantilization is celebrated. Mental illness is celebrated. Lunatic asylums were closed in Reagan's era, the inmates bred and now are on the street.

It is today as it has always been: the enemy wants all you have and you want to keep it. It's that simple.



Range Master said...

There have only ever been 5 actual KKK members. All the rest are undercover FBI agents trying to entrap each other.

StarNinja said...

I imagine everyone will be too busy throwing a BBQ at the nearest McMansion to care about something as silly as politics. Red or Blue, they all swing.

StarNinja said...

"Cruelly ridiculous to just take what I earned and give it to somebody else."

Can you expand on that?

Pat H. said...

In the south, for the real southern men and women, once NASCAR abandoned the Confederate Battle Flag (upon the death of Bill France, Senior), began to abandon attendance at southern tracks. Not all NASCAR tracks were super ovals, many were still dirt tracks. Most of that has changed. Yes, NASCAR is still big business, but the center of activity has shifted to the north.

An aside; A resident I worked with at UNC Hospital was a New York Jew, he was an avid NASCAR fan. Why was and remains a mystery to me.

Anonymous said...

You forgot rodeo in your attendance levels

Aesop said...

Didn't need rodeo to make the point.

Anonymous said...

Is Trigglypuff a shaved Sasquatch?
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