What It Takes to Be a Good Democrat:A commie-flag

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    Dec 14, 2007 6:41 PM GMT
    Unable to “hash” out a coherent, unified position on any issue, Democrats are fielding a variety of leftist ideas this election season. Such campaign promises include taxing funerals, reducing the child tax credit for middle class families, and letting pedophiles live near schools so they can vote -- for Democrats. Never forget the chief campaign promise of Democrats: take our quasi-socialist government and institute full-blown Marxism.

    While Democrats claim to oppose Communism, their actions tell a different story. Efforts to nationalize industries, establish a single-payer healthcare system, and abolish all references to God are indicative of their quest for a utopia based in secularism and excessive equality. All of this war for ideas, of course, is won in America’s public school classrooms, where teachers promote “open-mindedness” by displaying portraits of Che Guevara. The rhetoric is of course cloaked in moderation. Fear of lynching by the American public prevents Democrats from saying what they truly believe.

    Despite conclusions by political pundits of all stripes that the 2004 election was a referendum on values, Democrats seem more hell-bent than ever on moving the Party further to the left, as is evidenced by their selection of nut job Howard Dean as Party spokesman. Polls may show public dissatisfaction with the Republican Congress, but dissatisfaction with the minority Party is even greater. The last time the minority had a lower satisfaction rating than the majority was -- wait, that’s actually never happened before.

    The inability to articulate a political platform palatable to the American public leaves Democrats stooping to new lows each passing day. Pinning their hopes on a cut-and-run strategy in the war on terror leaves them clamoring to whip the Caucus into line. In fact, minor signs of bipartisanship and independence by members of Democratic Party are a death sentence via mob lynching for the perpetrator. Such an execution resembles a Purple Haze fan club gathering.

    Unable to win at the ballot box, Democrats of late have increasingly relied on the federal courts to implement their agenda. Judges who stick to the Constitution are labeled extremists, bigots, and a slew of racial epithets. However, the control of the judiciary seems to be slipping from the Democrats. Recent State Supreme Court rulings in heavily Democratic states such as New York and Washington have dealt serious blows to efforts to redefine marriage.

    Left with few options, Democrats have resorted to internal political witch hunts in an effort to seize control of the country. Former Democratic Vice-Presidential candidate and longtime Sen. Joe Lieberman (D.-Conn.) was beat out by a primary challenger as a result of his support for Jewish causes, like the defeat of Islamofascism. Support for the war in Iraq, coupled with criticism of Democrats and St. Clinton’s sex escapades landed him in hot water with burnt-out ‘60s radicals. Ned Lamont, Lieberman’s previously unknown billionaire challenger, gained a 4-point lead in the polls by criticizing a kiss Lieberman received from President Bush at this year’s State of the Union address. It is now apparent that Democrats’ ancestors were no doubt the mob of people screaming “crucify Him!” to Pontius Pilate. In fact, one of Lieberman’s campaign advisor recently told the New York Times that “there is a growing tolerance for anti-Semitism in the Progressive community.”

    Even Boy Clinton said that the plan to purge Democrats who waver from the party on one issue was the most ridiculous election strategy he’s ever heard of. Still, John Kerry declined to support Lieberman. But alas, Stalin purged his comrades, too.

    In order to be a “good Democrat” these days, one must posses a myopic obsession with personally hating the President, coupled with an appreciation for good hash and Willie Nelson songs. If deviance on one issue is all it takes to run a fellow party man up a flagpole, then McCain, Hagel, Graham, Frist, Chafee, DeWine, and Specter should all be hanging from the oaks in front of the Capitol. To the contrary, the Republican Party has always been a big-tent party where members are free to think independently. Despite our disagreements, we still respect McCain, et al as great men.

    Dig this joint, man.

  • cowboyupnorth

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    Dec 14, 2007 7:03 PM GMT
    Unable to win at the ballot boxQUOTE GOES HERE

    I think you missed out on this one. Bush's song was "I get buy with a little help from my friends" While Gore still wins the popular vote. Florida and Ohio disgraced before the world.

    I see you are looking for hook ups. I hope you don't run into one of those gay hating self loathing republicans, I hear Florida is full of them.
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    Dec 14, 2007 7:15 PM GMT
    Honestly I could give a Rats ass about gay rights. I am all about national defense, stoping the Mexicans from getting accross the boarder. Where is the wall going to be put up, better yet a mine field. If they make it accross then they can stay. All for the wire tapps on terrorist in the US, waterboarding the enemy, Putting more money into the military. All for drilling for our own oil in the Gulf,all for smaller government, need to privatization more industries, healthcare for one. I could go on and on. The Tampa area is very Gay friendly btw.
  • cowboyupnorth

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    Dec 14, 2007 8:18 PM GMT
    In response to

    stoping the Mexicans from getting accross the boarder. Where is the wall going to be put up, better yet a mine field. If they make it accross then they can stay.QUOTE GOES HERE


    Are you native American? Who invited your family? Now go home little boy.. Just joking but we stole this land and now we yell when other wish to come here and work hard for next to nothing, come on...
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    Dec 14, 2007 8:58 PM GMT
    As with all Tylerjock's posts

    don't feed the trolls.
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    Dec 14, 2007 9:15 PM GMT
    Who says you have to be a democrat if your Gay?
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    Dec 14, 2007 10:03 PM GMT
    Republicans have been in power for 7 years.
    Complete and absolute power for 6.

    Tylerjock, why arent all these problems solved...especially the immigrant problem...by the Republicans already?

    Why is there not a wall or fence or minefield or something already in place?

    I want the illegal immigration stopped, too. But I havent seen the Republicans doing it. Why not? It can't be blamed on anyone else. The Repubs. were in control.

    Did some Repubs want the illegal immgration stopped, but the Big Business Repubs did not, and the BBRs won?
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    Dec 14, 2007 10:22 PM GMT
    So our little latter-day Senator McCarthy is in need of a good fucking, no?

  • GQjock

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    Dec 15, 2007 12:05 AM GMT
    Tyler...You could give a Rat's ass about gay rights?

    That's good ... because that's just what the republicans think about you
    Gay or not

    Caslon is absolutely right

    Who's been in the White House these last 7 VERY long years?
    ...and in power in the House and Senate for most of the rest?

    You'd think they'd have done sumpthin, right?
    So when they're promisin' to put up a wall on the Mexican border mebbe you should ask'em... Why'd ya wait until now?

    Just one of an infinite number of similar suggestions
    Might just keep ya busy for a while
  • HndsmKansan

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    Dec 15, 2007 12:55 AM GMT
    I'm sorry, I just keep laughing over the paste job Tyler did above... and to think he actually believes it. How terribly sad. Like refusing to believe global warming. I'm not sure if its "the head in the sand syndrome" or brainwashing.
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    Dec 15, 2007 1:44 AM GMT
    I think you guys are a little over the top but on the right track.
    While spending 24 years in the Army I noticed that the Democrats did everything they could to lose the Cold War to the Soviet Union, now they're at it with Al Qaeda. They want to make the US the communist utopia the Russians never managed to create and are doing everything they can to bring our economy down to achieve it. I do think that the Democrats mean well, they're just ignorant and will not be happy campers at all if they achieve their goals.
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    Dec 15, 2007 1:54 AM GMT
    If I remember correctly, back in the 90s it was a democrat in the WH who managed to get us to a budget surplus after a Repub spent us into historic debt. Now again, the Repubs have spent us into penury, as well as make us the monster of the world.

    Remember Osama's goal is not to beat us militarily, but to bankrupt us. And the Repubs took it hook, line, and sinker.

    They havent kept us from Al Qaeda. They have kept us from beating Al Qaeda.

    Oh and dont let me forget the generals. What a bunch of losers who couldnt plan a war better than this! No contingency for resistence by insurgents? Peter Pace has got to be a complete ass-kissing idiot!
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    Dec 15, 2007 10:01 AM GMT
    Wow, some of you are scary. Are you really convinced it's all a communist plot? haha!
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    Dec 16, 2007 2:59 AM GMT
    No, not many of us see Commies under the bed, anymore, Redheadguy. But there is still 28% of the country that is drinking the Bush brand of grape Kool-Aid.

    You ever notice how something howls loudest and hardest when it's in its death throes?
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Dec 16, 2007 6:24 AM GMT
    Am I really the only one that thinks TylerJock actually had an impressive, well written post -- whether HE wrote it, or cut & pasted doesn't really matter? I couldn't agree more with much of it. The Dems are going to get a cold slap in the face when they come to realize that their 8 year "Pity Party" -- coming up with no fresh ideas, just new ways to hate Bush -- did absolutely NOTHING to win over anybody -- certainly not enough voters to hand them The White House.

    Sorry guys, but "Gay Rights", "Gay Marriage", etc are so far down my list of important things going on in the world that I don't even think about it.

    A great deal many of us Gay Republicans out here than many of you may choose to believe. If there were a Dem out there running for President that had anything new, fresh, innovative, or even inspiring to bring to the table, I'd say BRING IT ON. But, so far, haven't heard anything but bitterness and MORE bitterness, blaming Bush for everything that comes down the pike, and offering no better ideas.
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    Dec 16, 2007 10:47 PM GMT
    Oh, you mean the way you morons spent 8 years whining about the Clintons---even as far as accusing them of multiple murders?

    Talk about a pity party.

    Someone MAY listen to you, at some point, if you decide that living in your own delusional little Republican world no longer suits you.

    In the meantime, I wouldn't predict a Republican victory in 2008 if I were you....unless you want to put some money on it. Exactly how much do you have to spare?
  • DalTX

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    Dec 18, 2007 2:43 PM GMT
    Cut and paste much?

    Note to self: Add commie flag to Christmas list.