Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Stupid Republican Games

It has been S. O. P. for the Democrat Party to cheat, finagle, and generally jack around with the system in elections and public policy issues for years.

We know, and they know, that they stuff ballot boxes. We know, and they know, that they'll use compliant and asinine judges to secure their anti-social ends when legislators cannot (publicly) or will not support those ends. We know, and they know, that perverse regulatory plots, schemes, and interference will be brought against industry and citizens who are not "compliant" enough. We know, and they know, that they lie all the time, about everything. They are the most hypocritical whitened sepulchres in the graveyard--which is, by no co-incidence, where they obtain a lot of "voters."

In brief, the Leftist/Democrat/Marxists will do anything they can to trample liberty, property, and right order (not necessarily in that sequence.)

We expect it, and we deal with it, usually by winning elections and reversing (more or less) their ill-gotten gains.

So what in Hell inspired (R) caucus leaders to roll in (D) dirt-piles, come up smelly, and BRAG about it?


John Foust said...

So why do you keep voting for Republicans?

Gregory said...

John Foust,

Can you offer a better alternative what Dad points out? Can you provide evidence to show what he says is not true?

If you are such a Lefty and being a Lefty is so great, why do you post to Dads blog so much when nobody bothers to post at yours?

And when you do post do you post with any integrity?

What Dad posts is relevant and true what you post is useless. Take a look at.... and

Killing baby seals? Thats news? Thats important?
Hey man, you continue to enjoy what ever it is your smoking!

Dad29 said...


I ignore him here, just like everyone else ignores him on his "blogs."

He needs a place to play.

Anonymous said...


neomom said...

I don't know - I kind of like giving them a taste of their own medicine. All the Rs are doing is making them spend money.

Anonymous said...

Can we say confirmation bias, everyone? Good for you.

Sorry to rain on your parade, Dad29, but your diatribe are trivial generalizations. POLITICIANS, nay, THOSE IN POWER, regardless of party, have engaged in the litany of behaviors you mentioned.

Dan said...

I have no problem with what the GOP is doing, though they are kind of stupid advertising it.
The Dem's did it here in Nevada in Harry Reid's election but they didn't advertise it. they just assummed that everyone was stupid and fall for the trick.

Dad29 said...

THOSE IN POWER, regardless of party, have engaged in the litany of behaviors you mentioned

That's been addressed with multiple posts using "Party Of Government" or Party In Government" = PIGs.

So? Dirtballs are dirtballs. We call 'em as we see 'em.

John Foust said...

If you think both parties are equivalent in dirty deeds, Dad29-io, then why does this post assert (without evidence) that these election frauds are the S.O.P. for Democrats, and makes it sound like the Republicans are lowering themselves by bragging about fake candidates?

Gregory, the burden of proof is on the one making the assertion. Dad29 makes some doozies here. Stuffing ballot boxes! Compliant judges! Graveyard voters! Lying all the time!

I don't have a blog. You point to two parody web sites. They don't have commenting systems.

jimspice said...

"Can you provide evidence to show what he says is not true?"

Gregory kicks puppies. Can you prove you don't?

If the (D)s were cheating, the (R) would have proven it. Instances of fraud, by either side, in 2004 and 2008, the two recent years in which extensive investigations were undertaken, yielded invalid votes in the single digits, none of which, by the by, would have been prevented by an ID requirement.

But you know this, but can't admit it.

Dad29 said...

Let me help you with the term "fraud", Jim.

By definition, "fraud" is designed NOT to be found--thus, NOT to be prosecuted.

Maybe in your planet fraud-sters sign their real names and leave instruction manuals on "how we did this."

Not here.

Anonymous said...

"By definition, "fraud" is designed NOT to be found--thus, NOT to be prosecuted."

What a bunch of nonsense! Fraud requires that the action be proved with clear, cogent, and convincing evidence to establish that it is a pervasive problem that consistently interferes with our quality of life.

Election fraud on a widespread basis does NOT exist. FACT!

There are already laws on the books to prosecute the offenders.
Use them!

jimspice said...

D29, that logic is impeccable: "I know there is fraud because I can't find it." Amazing.

Dad29 said...

No, Jim. We KNOW there is fraud when there are more votes cast than there are registered voters, as was the case in Milwaukee.

But we cannot demonstrate WHO committed the fraud because they all registered as Jim Spice.

jimspice said...

"...more votes cast than there are registered voters..."

Soundly debunked. How many times must we go through this?

neomom said...

I believe there have been several well-documented cases of Democrats running false "Tea Party" candidates to siphon off Republican voters in the past year,

Hence - they came up with this particular manuever - the Republicans are simply returning the favor here.

Dad29 said...

Yah, NeoMom, but.....

If the Pubbies actually have winning ideas (like those espoused by the TEA Party), and a candidate who believes in them and is sincere, they don't have to play games.

I think it's a waste of time and money----AND------playing the (D) game makes them, ah, fake (D)s.

We should respect them for THAT?

Anonymous said...

The Pubbies are a dying breed. As Dick Cheney would say, they're in the last throes.