Greenwald Bashes “Whiny, Self-Victimizing Columnists”

Not even a hint of self-awareness
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Well, let’s kick off the weekend with what has to be the most hilariously un-self conscious tweet ever posted by the Mighty Greenwald:

Yes! He really wrote those words, with no apparent clue that he was describing himself. What a perfect encapsulation of the narcissistic anarchist pseudo-movement he champions.

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1 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 9:55:33am

More projection than an IMAX theater.

2 jaunte  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 9:57:57am

GG passive-aggressively not mentioning who he’s talking about.

3 Gus  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:00:20am

Greenwald sees himself as Professor Marvel.

4 piratedan  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:01:12am

Mr. Greenwald, Carly Simon on line two……

5 Ming  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:04:45am

GG’s projection reminds me of when Jennifer Rubin said that President Obama encourages disagreement and hostility, and darn it, this makes him a “bad person”. We need an IMAX award.

6 Minor_L  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:07:30am

If I didn’t know better, I would think he was some sort of performance artist. What a ridiculous person.

7 Varek Raith  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:10:09am
8 Rev_Arthur_Belling  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:10:48am

Has GG written anything lately? He seems to have dropped off the radar other than throwing out twitshit.

9 Gus  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:12:20am

Cartman has spoken.

10 Randall Gross  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:16:51am

Glenn’s latest “blandshell” is about how the NSA can gather publicly available data to spy on foreign nationals, I did the required search for Warrants:

Analysts were warned to follow existing “minimization rules,” which prohibit the N.S.A. from sharing with other agencies names and other details of Americans whose communications are collected, unless they are necessary to understand foreign intelligence reports or there is evidence of a crime. The agency is required to obtain a warrant from the intelligence court to target a “U.S. person” — a citizen or legal resident — for actual eavesdropping.

buried deep in the article.

11 Gus  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:20:33am
12 jaunte  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:22:04am

re: #11 Gus

He didn’t have enough letters to fit in “drooling” that time.

13 b_sharp  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:24:22am

I hope somebody goes to the work of collecting all of his old tweets where he does exactly what he’s whining about now.

14 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:25:02am
15 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:27:54am

Pot meet kettle. Kettle meet pot.

16 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:28:44am

What part of “POTUS is done negotiating” is hard to understand?


These idiots think there’s still going to be a debate. The Senate is done. Obama’s not going to budge. Either pass the clean bill or go home.

17 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:30:05am

re: #14 Lidane

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Word at TPM is that the House GOP’s about to put out a new funding bill, funding things to Dec 15th, but with a one year ACA “delay” and the axing of the medical device tax tacked on.

18 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:31:28am

re: #16 Lidane

What part of “POTUS is done negotiating” is hard to understand?

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These idiots think there’s still going to be a debate. The Senate is done. Obama’s not going to budge. Either pass the clean bill or go home.

Note that Boehner hasn’t said outright that the clean bill is “dead” or put it to a vote yet. Would not surprise me that he’s keeping that in his back pocket for 11:59pm Monday night.

19 Eclectic Cyborg  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:32:02am

re: #17 Targetpractice

You know with all the crap they want along with it, why not at least set the duration on the funding bill at one year? Three months seems ridiculously short. I mean if that’s all that was agreed on, come Christmas we will potentially be in the exact same position.

20 Gus  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:32:29am

re: #15 PhillyPretzel

Pot meet kettle. Kettle meet pot.

Say no to drugs. //

21 darthstar  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:32:29am

Greenwald suffers from a very high level of repressed self-loathing. So it’s not just everyone else who despises him.

22 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:32:39am

re: #17 Targetpractice

Word at TPM is that the House GOP’s about to put out a new funding bill, funding things to Dec 15th, but with a one year ACA “delay” and the axing of the medical device tax tacked on.

I’m seeing the same thing on Twitter.

It’s amazing. POTUS and the Senate Dems have already said that Obamacare is settled law and they’re not going to accept any more delays or defund attempts or anything that targets the ACA. So what do the idiots in the House GOP do? Target the ACA.

Un-fucking-believable. These people are deranged.

23 Eclectic Cyborg  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:32:51am

If the House and Senate are stalemated, is there anything that can be done separate of those two bodies to avoid a shutdown and/or default?

24 piratedan  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:33:16am

re: #19 Eclectic Cyborg

You know with all the crap they want along with it, why not at least set the duration on the funding bill at one year? Three months seems ridiculously short. I mean if that’s all that was agreed on, come Christmas we will potentially be in the exact same position.

so they can continue to run the blackmail scam continuously

25 Gus  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:33:50am
26 Eclectic Cyborg  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:34:43am

re: #22 Lidane

And that’s because, as they say, the chickens are coming home to roost.

Many of the GOP in the House know they owe their jobs to TP support and they know that TP support flies out the window if they appear to be supporting the ACA in ANY WAY. Hence they continue to attack, attack, attack because that’s the only way they can keep their jobs.

Consider the fact that many TP voters would be more satisfied with a Shutdown and/or default instead of the the GOP finally conceding on Obamacare (which is of course the rational thing to do).

27 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:34:53am

re: #23 Eclectic Cyborg

If the House and Senate are stalemated, is there anything that can be done separate of those two bodies to avoid a shutdown and/or default?

Default, yes. Shutdown, no.

28 PhillyPretzel  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:35:08am

re: #25 Gus

Little kids throwing “hissy” fits are more reasonable than GG.

29 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:35:26am

re: #23 Eclectic Cyborg

If the House and Senate are stalemated, is there anything that can be done separate of those two bodies to avoid a shutdown and/or default?

At this point, shutdown is inevitable.

Default, on the other hand? If the GOP persists in being obstructionist assholes, the President can invoke the 14th Amendment and let the courts settle it. Section 4 of that amendment outright says that the public debts of the United States shall not be questioned.

It would almost certainly set up an impeachment in the House, but POTUS could argue that between being impeached and the US living up to its obligations and preventing a worldwide financial collapse because of Republican obstructionism, the impeachment is the lesser evil.

30 darthstar  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:35:47am
31 Gus  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:35:53am

I am Elmer J. Greenwald, millionaire. I own a mansion and a yacht. //

32 No Country For Old Haters  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:36:01am
33 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:36:13am

re: #22 Lidane

I’m seeing the same thing on Twitter.

It’s amazing. POTUS and the Senate Dems have already said that Obamacare is settled law and they’re not going to accept any more delays or defund attempts or anything that targets the ACA. So what do the idiots in the House GOP do? Target the ACA.

Un-fucking-believable. These people are deranged.

My guess is this is an outgrowth of party outrage over the leadership trying to move the ACA fight over to the default, where they thought they had more leverage. The TPers apparently aren’t accepting “surrender.”

34 Eclectic Cyborg  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:36:43am

My blood is really beginning to boil. We elect these people who are supposedly qualified for the job, pay them in excess of $150 000/year AND give them a top tier benefits package and what do they do? Act like immature idiots and hold the whole country hostage in the process.

It’s so ridiculous it would be hilarious if the stakes weren’t so high.

How can the government of the world’s greatest democracy (TM) be such a mess right now?

35 darthstar  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:36:53am
36 Eclectic Cyborg  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:37:24am

re: #29 Lidane

Oh god. I would DREAD the wingnut gloating that would follow an impeachment by the House…

37 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:37:45am

re: #29 Lidane

The President can invoke the 14th Amendment and let the courts settle it. Section 4 of that amendment outright says that the public debts of the United States shall not be questioned.

It would almost certainly set up an impeachment in the House, but POTUS could argue that between being impeached and the US living up to its obligations and preventing a worldwide financial collapse because of Republican obstructionism, the impeachment is the lesser evil.

Impeachment for what is the question. For honoring America’s debts? Or just because Boehner wouldn’t like having a rat-fucking tool taken out of his hands forever?

38 nines09  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:37:49am

So when did you ever know a hypocrite to actually see himself for what he is?
Sociopath says it all.

39 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:38:06am

re: #34 Eclectic Cyborg

How can the government of the world’s greatest democracy (TM) be such a mess right now?

Because a substantial portion of this country flipped its shit when a black man won the presidency.

40 Belafon  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:39:07am

re: #34 Eclectic Cyborg

It’s the 1850s. The conservatives are willing to do what it takes to keep their power. About the only real difference is there’s not a clear Mason-Dixon line to indicate where the two groups are.

41 nines09  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:39:25am

re: #33 Targetpractice
They’re shooting the hostages now.

42 Belafon  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:39:56am

re: #36 Eclectic Cyborg

And once again, they would fail to see that he will not be convicted by the Senate.

43 darthstar  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:40:20am

No surprise here.

44 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:40:51am

re: #37 Targetpractice

Impeachment for what is the question. For honoring America’s debts? Or just because Boehner wouldn’t like having a rat-fucking tool taken out of his hands forever?

Because Obamacare. Or something.

These assholes don’t need a reason to be obstructionist morons. Just the fact that POTUS wakes up in the morning is apparently enough of a high crime.

45 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:41:14am

re: #41 Zombie Mutt

They’re shooting the hostages now.

Not quite yet. Boehner’s still got the “clean” bill, so my guess is he’ll put it to a vote Monday night and waive the “Hastert Rule” yet again just to avert shutdown.

46 darthstar  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:42:01am
47 piratedan  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:42:15am

re: #37 Targetpractice

Impeachment for what is the question. For honoring America’s debts? Or just because Boehner wouldn’t like having a rat-fucking tool taken out of his hands forever?

not sure that it matters as far as these guys are concerned. Hell, they’ll just cite the NSA, Benghazi, Fast and Furious, doesn’t really matter, just so long as they get to sit at these nifty microphones and pontificate about how evil the President is for whatever imagined slight… the rest of the country and doing the work that they were elected to do? well they’ll gladly tell you that those 75,000 people that voted them into office are more important that the multi-million vote plurality that Obama received, so that agenda stuff is not appliccable, will of the country be damned. If gun restrictions with a 90% approval rating can’t even make it out of committee with these goons, I don’t expect rationality or the needs of the nation to generate much of an impact.

48 darthstar  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:45:02am

What I’d really like to see is Pelosi getting 18 Republicans to sign on to forcing the Senate bill to a vote on the house floor - without Boehner’s approval.

49 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:49:46am

re: #48 darthstar

What I’d really like to see is Pelosi getting 18 Republicans to sign on to forcing the Senate bill to a vote on the house floor - without Boehner’s approval.

I would laugh at that. My dipshit wingnut cousin on FB would explode, since he apparently considers Pelosi the antichrist.

50 jaunte  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:50:56am
51 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:51:51am

Oh, I missed one other items in the new GOP CR: Ensuring the troops get paid even in the event of a government shutdown.

52 ProTARDISLiberal  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:53:00am

re: #25 Gus

Hell, Hassan Rouhani is more reasonable than the Republican Party.

53 ProTARDISLiberal  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:53:34am

re: #48 darthstar

That’s a relatively small number. Could happen.

54 Gus  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 10:58:33am

re: #43 darthstar

No surprise here.

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Yeah. The guy who blamed the Norway attacks on Muslims from the onset. Much like Geller. Yep.

55 jaunte  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:03:48am
56 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:05:45am
57 Gus  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:06:38am
58 Gus  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:08:00am
59 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:08:23am

re: #56 Lidane

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White House: We don’t negotiate with terrorists.

60 piratedan  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:10:33am

re: #56 Lidane

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well this is just like the same time when the Democrats held the government hostage over the Bush Tax Cuts…… //

61 Charles Johnson  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:11:16am
62 aagcobb  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:11:58am

re: #45 Targetpractice

Not quite yet. Boehner’s still got the “clean” bill, so my guess is he’ll put it to a vote Monday night and waive the “Hastert Rule” yet again just to avert shutdown.

I hope not. I want a government shutdown Tuesday so that we don’t have a debt limit crisis in a couple of weeks.

63 wrenchwench  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:12:28am

From Facebook.

Don’t know if it’s real, but it could have happened in NM. I’ve heard Navajo in the laundromat, and I’m nowhere near the res.

64 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:14:05am
65 jaunte  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:16:12am

Congressman’s Arm Dislocated After Self-Patting Incident

66 CuriousLurker  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:18:53am

re: #63 wrenchwench

From Facebook.

Don’t know if it’s real, but it could have happened in NM. I’ve heard Navajo in the laundromat, and I’m nowhere near the res.

Oh man, I SO hope that really happened. LOL

67 Bulworth  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:18:55am

re: #65 jaunte

Which CR are they voting for?

68 jaunte  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:19:35am

re: #67 Bulworth

Their new ‘postpone Obamacare for a year’ CR.

69 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:20:20am

re: #68 jaunte

Their new ‘postpone Obamacare for a year’ CR.

AKA “The Last Charge of the Light Brigade” bill.

70 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:20:32am

re: #67 Bulworth

Which CR are they voting for?

The one that the Senate isn’t going to accept and that POTUS isn’t going to sign, since it targets Obamacare.

71 darthstar  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:21:39am
72 Bulworth  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:21:57am

Tuesday is looking like a great day to rake the leaves. //

73 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:22:53am
74 Bulworth  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:23:45am

re: #73 Lidane

Blaming the waiter for reckless overeating. ///

75 allegro  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:24:50am

re: #74 Bulworth

Blaming the waiter for reckless overeating. ///

That’s what happens when seductive appetizers are forced down our throats!

76 Varek Raith  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:25:13am

Our resident Republicans must be so proud!

77 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:27:33am
78 Bulworth  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:27:37am

Senate Democrats should now add a few liberal sweetners to the CR when it goes back to that chamber.

Not sure if /

79 darthstar  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:28:25am
80 Bulworth  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:28:46am

re: #79 darthstar

outrageous outrage

81 ObserverArt  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:29:40am

re: #48 darthstar

What I’d really like to see is Pelosi getting 18 Republicans to sign on to forcing the Senate bill to a vote on the house floor - without Boehner’s approval.

That would blow up some heads.

The problem, well one of them, with tea party thinking is they seem to want to not follow the laws of the country. I have always found that fascinating since many are law and order, protect the Constitution conservatives. They act like a vote doesn’t really mean they lost. They take defeat as against their god-given tea-drinking rights. They see only themselves as ‘the people’. How do you fight that kind of suspension of reality and arrogance?

Until someone in the Republican party can actually swallow hard and take the crazy on they are going to be stuck in this useless mode. Polls show the tea-party really isn’t speaking for many Americans anymore, yet the entire main GOP party acts like the majority of America is at the gates pitchforks in hand. To take on the tea idiots it will have to come from someone either never going to run again or willing to really do what is right political fallout be damned. But who would that be? McCain tries to get it out, but he helped spawn it, so he too is ball-less.

So, it is up to American voters. I had mentioned the old “silent majority” thinking as used by Tricky Dicky Nixon in a previous comment. There has to be a growing group of huge numbers out there somewhere ready to do what is needed and that is seriously start dumping Republican left and right to send the message they can’t get across to themselves. Until that party is brought to its knees nothing will happen. They need to know they are at the lowest and its either death or clean up. Think of it as an intervention.

82 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:34:02am
83 Bulworth  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:35:13am

re: #82 Lidane

You lies!!11

84 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:36:15am
85 ObserverArt  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:38:37am

re: #55 jaunte

[Apologies if you’ve already seen a seductive baboon today]

You gotta watch those baboons!

Did everyone see the video clip of the Fox women reporter at the zoo? The YouTube was only available with an account, so I don’t know if that will be problematic/ Sorry if this has already been posted.

Youtube Video

86 Targetpractice  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:38:39am

re: #73 Lidane

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GOP: “In exchange for raising the debt ceiling, we want you to basically put our party’s ‘12 platform into law.”
WH: “What do we get?”
GOP: “A year’s reprieve before our next set of demands.”

87 Bulworth  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:38:40am

re: #84 Lidane

They want this.

88 darthstar  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:38:59am

If you didn’t catch Bill Maher’s New Rules segment last night, you should. It’s pretty good. Bruin Kid at dKos does a good job of transcribing it if you want to just read the text rather than watch the video.

A snippet:

In lots of areas, California has decided not to wait around for the caboose part of America to get on board. Yokels can mock “European style democracies” all they want. We’re building one here — gay marriage, pot smoking, regulating carbon. And people like it. The same way when Americans come back from a vacation in Europe, they all say the same thing: “I saw titties on the beach!” (audience laughter) But they also remark on the modern airports and train stations over there, and the absence of beggars in the street, and food that tastes like food. (audience applause) And they wonder, “Why can’t we get that here?”

Well, you will be getting that here, courtesy of the Golden State. Why? Because we’re huge. We’re huge! 40 million of us! (audience cheering) When we demand something, the market must supply it. Like when California set a high mileage standard for cars sold in this state, Detroit had to make more efficient cars. California by itself is the 8th largest economy in the world, the fifth largest agricultural exporter, and of course, #1 in laser vaginal rejuvenation. (audience laughter) Oh, I pat myself on the back.

You know, it’s so ironic, the two things conservatives love the most — the free market and states rights — are the two things that are going to bend this country into California’s image as a socialist fagtopia. (audience cheering and applause) Maybe our constipated Congress in Washington can’t pass gun control laws, but we just did. Because we don’t give a shit about the NRA. Out here, that stands for “Nuts, Racists, and Assholes.” (massive audience cheering and applause)

89 makeitstop  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:40:24am

This Prospect article really, really nails it.

Memo to Republicans: You Lost. Now Deal with It.

There are some basic notions that undergird the operation of a democracy. When there’s an election, the candidate who gets more votes is the one who takes office. When a bill is passed through Congress and signed by the president, it’s now the law. And when you lose, you don’t get to demand that your agenda be enacted, for no reason other than that you’d prefer it that way. If you want a bunch of policy changes, you have to win an election, then pass that agenda through the legislative process. That’s how it works. Baseball players who strike out don’t get to just demand that they be given a triple or else they’re going to set fire to the stadium. And third graders don’t get cupcakes for threatening to break windows and chairs.

90 Lidane  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:41:00am

re: #87 Bulworth

They want this.

And they’ll get their shutdown, along with all the anger and blame that goes along with it.

If they force us into default, however, that should by rights destroy the GOP as a viable national party.

91 The Ghost of a Flea  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:44:20am
I have always found that fascinating since many are law and order, protect the Constitution conservatives.

…but are they?

It seems to me that the defining features of the radical right are incredibly un-democratic…and un-republican (minscule r intended). There’s a thin layer of talk about law and order Constitutionality, but all they’re really saying is “we dictate, others can’t disagree, and we will not be practicing what we dictate.”

The only way I can think to put it is that these are people for whom conceptual legitimacy…both factual validity and legal weight…comes from affiliation. And it’s not just what sets their legislative choices: it also frames their understanding of science, divinity and morality. Whether they’re speaking about the Bible, Jesus, the Constitution, or morality, those words are redefined—often on the fly—without regarding to precedent, history, f actuality, or established opinion. The only thing that matters is their tribe’s consensus, and it’s built-in that meanings are not fixed, and will be bent so that they can do whatever they want. The words don’t mean the same thing they would to someone outside their bubble…indeed all of those words are just synonyms for our way that you can’t question.

92 ObserverArt  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:51:13am

re: #90 Lidane

And they’ll get their shutdown, along with all the anger and blame that goes along with it.

If they force us into default, however, that should by rights destroy the GOP as a viable national party.

By rights won’t cut it right now. They will see anger as a good thing. They’ll think they have upset all those commie leftists progressive entitlement takers. They will see it as a step to “get their country back.” They already think they can blame Obama, so there will be no blame on them it will be seen the same as anger and them forcing the country to take their medicine. No way to kill off a true believer. We all need to start to vote out Republicans so they get the hard message. And that is going to take Republican voters to send that message. Can they do it? That is the big question.

93 ObserverArt  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 11:55:57am

re: #91 The Ghost of a Flea

…but are they?

It seems to me that the defining features of the radical right are incredibly un-democratic…and un-republican (minscule r intended). There’s a thin layer of talk about law and order Constitutionality, but all they’re really saying is “we dictate, others can’t disagree, and we will not be practicing what we dictate.”

The only way I can think to put it is that these are people for whom conceptual legitimacy…both factual validity and legal weight…comes from affiliation. And it’s not just what sets their legislative choices: it also frames their understanding of science, divinity and morality. Whether they’re speaking about the Bible, Jesus, the Constitution, or morality, those words are redefined—often on the fly—without regarding to precedent, history, f actuality, or established opinion. The only thing that matters is their tribe’s consensus, and it’s built-in that meanings are not fixed, and will be bent so that they can do whatever they want. The words don’t mean the same thing they would to someone outside their bubble…indeed all of those words are just synonyms for our way that you can’t question.

You’ve expanded on the point I was trying to make! I should have said something like “they see themselves as law and order, protect the Constitution conservatives.” I know it can many times be window dressing.

94 Mattand  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 12:02:31pm

re: #92 ObserverArt

By rights won’t cut it right now. They will see anger as a good thing. They’ll think they have upset all those commie leftists progressive entitlement takers. They will see it as a step to “get their country back.” They already think they can blame Obama, so there will be no blame on them it will be seen the same as anger and them forcing the country to take their medicine. No way to kill off a true believer. We all need to start to vote out Republicans so they get the hard message. And that is going to take Republican voters to send that message. Can they do it? That is the big question.

I’m in a FB war with a conservative Dem who’s doing that right now. All “Obamacare is killing the country”, but is suddenly silent when I ask him if he’s cool with the American Taliban threatening to destroy the budget.

95 urbanmeemaw  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 12:04:53pm

re: #39 Lidane

And the media totally suck at putting any of this in context.

96 Bulworth  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 12:06:27pm

re: #94 Mattand

I wonder how, precisely, ‘Obamacare is destroying this country’?

97 You_Stole_Fizzy-Lifting_Drinks  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 12:07:57pm

re: #95 urbanmeemaw

Indeed. Its the media’s failure to properly report how the debt ceiling and the CR work that makes the GOP think that they can get away with this bullshit. That, and the GOP’s lack of self-awareness.

98 ObserverArt  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 12:09:05pm

re: #96 Bulworth

I wonder how, precisely, ‘Obamacare is destroying this country’?

Because everything Obama does is destroying this country.

You know he is black, and maybe not from around here. I’ve heard he may be a secret Muslim. I only know I want my country back!

///x too many

99 teresa  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 3:43:01pm

Wow… irony thy name is Greenwald.

100 PeterWolf  Sat, Sep 28, 2013 6:17:55pm

Greenwald == Weasel. I’ve said that from the start. Nice of him to provide yet another demonstration of it.


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Pino Palladino + Blake Mills + Sam Gendel - Djurkel (Live) Pre-order the new album “Notes With Attachments” available March 12: pinoblake.lnk.to Shop merch: blakemills.lnk.to Follow Pino:Instagram: pinopalladino.lnk.toFacebook: pinopalladino.lnk.toTwitter: pinopalladino.lnk.toSpotify: pinopalladino.lnk.to Tidal: pinopalladino.lnk.to Amazon: pinopalladino.lnk.to Pandora: pinopalladino.lnk.to YouTube Music: pinopalladino.lnk.to Follow Blake:Instagram: blakemills.lnk.toTwitter: blakemills.lnk.toSpotify: blakemills.lnk.toApple Music: blakemills.lnk.toAmazon: blakemills.lnk.toSoundcloud: blakemills.lnk.toPandora: blakemills.lnk.toYouTube ...
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Molly Tuttle, Sierra Hull, Sarah Jarosz -Salt CreekMolly Tuttle, Sierra Hull and Sarah Jarosz playing "Salt Creek" during the Music City Bandwidth's virtual show from The East Room in Nashville on October 15, 2020
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Black Pumas - I’m Ready (Live on the Late Late Show With James Corden) "I'm Ready" is available on the GRAMMY-nominated Deluxe Edition of the Black Pumas debut album. The Deluxe Edition includes 11 bonus tracks (3 brand new songs, 4 covers, and 4 live recordings) and is available now in 2xLP, 2xCD ...
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Tomorrow - Jimmy Wahlsteen, Vincent VegaProvided to YouTube by Epidemic Sound Tomorrow · Jimmy Wahlsteen · Vincent Vega Epidemic Presents: Crates (M. Bison Edition) ℗ Epidemic Sound Released on: 2020-03-13 Producer: Kasper LindgrenComposer: Jimmy Wahlsteen Auto-generated by YouTube.
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#Thegreatpoolpondconversion - 210221The waterfall bilge pump died three weeks ago.We're trying something new.Saturday we test installed two tiny aquarium pumps to get the waterfall going again.These pumps are very small but are designed to run all the time. Bilge pumps aren't. Though ...
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The Staves - Best Friend [Live at Lafayette] The Staves - Best Friend [Live at Lafayette] Our new album 'Good Woman' is out now: lnk.to Follow The Staves:Facebook thestaves.lnk.toTwitter thestaves.lnk.toInstagram thestaves.lnk.to YouTube thestaves.lnk.toSpotify thestaves.lnk.toiTunes thestaves.lnk.to When I could be anythingThat I wanted OhWe could be better thanBetter ...
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Sting - Shape of My Heart (Official Music Video)REMASTERED IN HD!Official Video For Sting's "Shape Of My Heart".#Sting #ShapeOfMyHeart #Remastered
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Amy Macdonald - Statues (Single Mix) (Official Audio) One of Amy's best features is that she doesn't "Americanize" her singing voice, something too many UK performers do. The Official Audio for Statues (Single Mix) by Amy Macdonald, taken from the new album 'The Human Demands'. Listen now: ...
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KALEO - Break My Baby (LIVE From Þrídrangar, Iceland) Break My Baby - Live from Þrídrangar - Iceland Music and Lyrics by JJ Julius Son Stream/Download: kaleo.lnk.to Þrídrangar means “three rock pillars” and is located 4.5 miles from Iceland's south coast. In 1939, three of Westman Islands' best ...
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