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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Barack on Gorsuch

Maybe Barack wasn't speaking about Judge Neil Gorsuch in this YouTube clip, but the hypocrite needs to have this played over and over as he opposes President Trump, the US Congress, and the will of the people as expressed by their votes.




The progs, which include the entire corrupt, elite, smug, mainstream media, need to understand that Donald Trump won for a reason. And it wasn't because we weren't blasted with their invective against him day and night.

10 comments:

  1. It was the Russians. Everyone knows that, LL. I can't watch that because I don't ever want to hear his shuck and jive routine for as long as I continue to live.

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    1. He's like a sideshow barker outside the bigtop selling medicine from a wagon.

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  2. Just being petulant but, for once, I would like to see a Supreme Court Justice who did not go to Harvard of Yale Law.

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    1. I'm with Fool. How about a justice on the SCOTUS who got his legal chops from Michigan State? Or Boise State?

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    2. There's a club...and I'm not suggesting that Judge Gorsuch isn't qualified -- but it's still a club for elites.

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  3. I can't watch that. I've had enough of listening to that SOB for the rest of my life....

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  4. That's the beauty of progressive thought. Someone can say one thing one day, then say a completely different thing another day, and no one on the left will bat an eye at the incongruity.

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    1. Orwellian - Doublethink is the act of simultaneously accepting two mutually contradictory beliefs as correct, often in distinct social contexts. Doublethink is notable due to a lack of cognitive dissonance — thus the person is completely unaware of any conflict or contradiction. It's part of being progressive. I think that they teach that in many universities - not yours - but many of them.

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    2. It's also related to the misquoted adage: When you believe in nothing, you'll fall for anything. It's a shame that Orwell turned out to be correct.

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