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The Resistance didn’t quite hit it out of the park with Christine Blasey Ford. After all, how effective for the purpose of character assassination is a claim of “attempted rape” without even a when-and-where piece of the story? So the DC Dem-Progs have gone to their bench and found a real thumper in Deborah Ramirez who steps forward now with the ultimate giant-killer story of Brett Kavanaugh “thrusting his penis in her face and causing her to touch it without her consent,” (as reported in The New Yorker Magazine by Ronan Farrow, America’s self-appointed great white penis-hunter, and estranged son of filmmaker Woody Allen, infamous, reputed penis-mishandler).

The charge was obviously crafted to prompt the news media to repeat the word “penis” as many times possible because the word itself has terrifying powers to shock women’s sensibilities. And understandably so. It’s not for nothing that the rakes of merry old England referred to the male generative organ as “the frightful hog.” In our time, a better analog might be the ghastly interloper aboard the space-tug Nostromo in the classic sci-fi shocker Alien. Remember how it burst out of astronaut John Hurt’s chest, all slimy, drippy, and goopy, and sort of water-skied out of the sick bay to hide in the bilges? Dear me! Almost gave me a heart attack at the time and I was barely into my thirties.

Fast forward about seventy minutes to the climactic third reel where Warrant Officer Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) is preparing desperately to escape the wrecked Nostromo in her space lifeboat… and look who’s aboard staring her right in the face: the now full-grown alien beast, all goopy and tumescent, a veritable penis-of-death from another world. The movie came out in 1979, just a few years before the alleged facial penis-thrusting in the Yale freshman dorm. One wonders if Deborah Ramirez had seen the film and was possibly suffering from post-Alien-shock syndrome (PASS).

Here the Resistance has come up with a story so vivid and awful that it almost guarantees conviction without any necessary proof. I’m sure it will do the trick. It’s certainly an improvement over the old Anita Hill tale of Clarence Thomas noticing a pubic hair on his Coke can. A mere hair! The proto-Resistance of 1991 was far too timid in that case, and Mr. Thomas actually landed on the supreme court! Apparently, they learned their lesson on that one: When swinging for the fences, haul out the heavy lumber.

The part that I find interesting in the New Deborah Ramirez accusation is this:

     After six days of carefully assessing her memories and consulting with her attorney, Ramirez said that she felt confident enough of her recollections to say that she remembers Kavanaugh had exposed himself at a drunken dormitory party, thrust his penis in her face, and caused her to touch it without her consent as she pushed him away.

Six days of meditation, prayer, memory-wracking, attorney-prompting, and — no doubt — earnest and heartfelt coaching by Resistance memory-recovery shamans, overcame the effects of 35 years and, say, seven Jello-shots to retrieve the details of that long-ago encounter. (No one mentioned bong-hits, at least not yet, but how could there not have been, on top of the drinking games?) But the real gold in the story comes in this revelation:

      Ramirez, who was raised a devout Catholic, in Connecticut, said that she was shaken. “I wasn’t going to touch a penis until I was married.”

Really? Maybe she should have gone to the weekly meeting of the Yale Freshman Women’s Math and Physics Circle instead of an apparently mostly male dorm party convened for the purpose of getting shitfaced drunk with the greatest possible efficiency. Did she not know what was going on there? Was she forced to stick around? Did the boys make her down those shots?

Now that all American womanhood has been faced, shall we say, with the image of the looming universal horrifying penis, all bets on the Kavanaugh nomination are off. But the gambit does raise the possibility that it will be answered by some rough justice from the conservative side of the field. It will be interesting to see in the weeks and months ahead how many Democratic house and senate members will be revealed as would-be rapists and sluts. I can’t imagine that none of them have secrets to hide. In fact, I would take the Ramirez accusation as tantamount to a declaration of war by the Resistance. And as the old saying goes, all’s fair in love and war.


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  1. janet September 24, 2018 at 9:53 am #

    On the other hand, the women could be telling the truth. If only we had a bureau, a federal bureau, one that specializes in investigation, to get to the bottom of the accusations, to determine the truth.

    • BackRowHeckler September 24, 2018 at 10:01 am #

      Instead we have a Bureau that tries to bring down a duly elected President.

      brh

      • Majella September 24, 2018 at 6:08 pm #

        Well said, Janet.

        And JHK has now subscribed to a Conspiracy Theory in this post…must have gotten over his ‘allergy’.

      • gonetohell September 24, 2018 at 6:44 pm #

        Maybe they’re just trying to drain the DC swamp. Now occupied at its highest level by a Manchurian candidate.

    • Ishabaka September 24, 2018 at 10:25 am #

      Please, please, please explain how any investigative body can confirm or disprove Mrs. Ford’s claims – that she was sexually assaulted at an unknown time, in an unknown place, in a room with three people present – one of whom denies it ever happened, the other who states he has no recollection of any such event – The Federal Bureau of Clairvoyance, perhaps?

    • Gonga Din September 24, 2018 at 10:41 am #

      Calling Inspector Clouseau. Are you there, Clouseau?

      • Doc Holliday September 24, 2018 at 2:58 pm #

        Inspector Clouseau might be more than necessary.
        Cato may be more appropriate….

      • hmuller September 24, 2018 at 3:44 pm #

        Inspector Clouseau? Was he that Frenchman in scuba gear constantly saying, “wee must zave zee ocean!” while singing “yo, ho, calypso.”

    • darrell dullnig September 24, 2018 at 10:49 am #

      Indeed, Janet; wouldn’t it be nice!

    • Walter B September 24, 2018 at 11:07 am #

      Good for you j-nut, Woman-god of the weak and oppressed, fight on! I have a couple of new clients for you to defend if you can work them into your schedule. Their names are Monika Lewinsky and Jennifer Flowers and I can get you the contact information along with a long list of others if you care.

      • Sean Coleman September 24, 2018 at 12:04 pm #

        Paula Jones

      • Majella September 24, 2018 at 6:09 pm #

        More ‘whataboutism’…a very weak argument.

    • Sean Coleman September 24, 2018 at 12:03 pm #

      “On the other hand, the women could be telling the truth.”

      Just like those women were telling the truth who made up those accusations against Trump during the election. In the first class in a plane but nobody saw anything. (Who was that other man who could do all these things In Plain Sight yet nobody ever saw anything? What’s his name? Jimmy something or other.) Or the lady who was so upset she later begged to join his election campaign.

      And on the subject of telling the truth are you still giving a false email address?

      • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 12:22 pm #

        Or Anita Hill who followed Clarence Thomas to another job after the supposed incident.

    • K-Dog September 24, 2018 at 12:07 pm #

      Telling the truth or not, does not matter. Lets take these pathetic allegations for what they are. Pathetic!

      I logged on looked around thought to myself, not again. logged off.

      Then it hit me, since mention of Cretaceous sexual exploits is part of the qualification ritual then I am way way way more qualified to be on the Supreme Court than Kavanaugh is. My past is far more colored that this white bread shapeless mushroom headed dweeb. My past is far more interesting And having to look at my pic in the news would be far more pleasant.

      The problem would be finding bitches who would actually complain and say they were offended. Most would smile and say it was memorable.

      I’d also make fine decisions.

      • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 12:25 pm #

        You’re a liberal Democratic Socialist who believes exactly what they believe and have served feminist agenda all your life in various capacities. In other words, you have nothing to worry about.

        Just keep some of your dissident views to yourself, say about homosexuality. You’re old enough to have imbibed a bit of the Old America after all, the only real America that ever was or will be.

        • K-Dog September 24, 2018 at 11:49 pm #

          I don’t appreciate the label and I don’t claim it. Your advice to not bitch about people who must at all cost advertise themselves in a parade however is sound. For the best anyway. I’m a live-and-let-live guy so ranting about esoteric fine points and the tyranny of ego freaks would give the wrong impression.

    • pyrrhus September 24, 2018 at 12:33 pm #

      An organization calling themselves the FBI has already background checked Kavanaugh 6 times, but perhaps that organization was fake…

      • lbs September 24, 2018 at 12:41 pm #

        Leftists want a Russkiegate style investigation. Continue flogging the dog until it confesses.

    • draupnir September 24, 2018 at 2:35 pm #

      Janet, I think I’ve told you before that truth is an elusive beast. One can, with confidence, place as much trust in this tale as an account of alien abduction. If you actually believe that investigating the fuzzy memories of menopausal women regarding outrages possibly perpetrated on them during their teenaged years is a good use of government time and resources, I seem to recall that some guy stuck his uninvited hand down my pants at a kegger. I would now like the FBI to hunt him down and ruin him for that outrage.

    • ccm989 September 24, 2018 at 2:47 pm #

      You’d think that Mr. Kavanaugh would want the FBI to investigate and prove his innocence. You’d think that he’d want his buddy, Mark Judge, to testify and prove his innocence. Instead Kav is avoiding both and Mitch McConnell is desperately trying to hurry this up. Why?

      • Majella September 24, 2018 at 6:12 pm #

        Sic loquitur pro se…

    • Yukon Tom September 24, 2018 at 3:21 pm #

      Three words. Burden of Proof.

      • Walter B September 24, 2018 at 4:25 pm #

        That’s a lot to ask of these incompetents Tom. How’s about we start with some baby steps first, like, even a single scrap of evidence? . If this was so life destroying an event I would think that a police report or maybe a complaint filed with the school guidance counsellor might be called for. Is shit stains on toilet paper the best that they can do? Wow, our system has certainly degraded, hasn’t it? It’s a damned shame that Bill Clinton’s victims did not have such an opportunity.

  2. thwack September 24, 2018 at 9:56 am #

    Maybe every male should be falsely accused of sexual assault?

    Because when you falsely accuse a man of sexual assault, it functions as a tool to find and help any women he may have sexually assaulted to come forward.

    Just sayin.

  3. BackRowHeckler September 24, 2018 at 9:59 am #

    Apparently this Kavanaugh chap, a federal judge and distinguished jurist for the past 20 years, has been a mad rapist all along! Well, good thing he has been unmasked by ‘The Resistance”. Phew, it was a close one! This madman was about to be confirmed to the US Supreme Court! Caligula and L. Beria, Stalins Henchman who cruised the streets of Moscow with NKVD Colonels kidnapping young girls, raping then murdering, certainly have nothing on Judge Kavanaugh, who seems to be one of the worst people in history.

    I think his daughters are in danger, and should be removed from the home.

    brh

    • Majella September 24, 2018 at 6:16 pm #

      “Apparently this Kavanaugh chap, a federal judge and distinguished jurist for the past 20 years, has been a mad rapist all along!”

      Yes, probably. He was cosy with Kozinski but denied him when his shit hit the fan, and the Kennedy/Kavanaugh/Kosinski triad has been exposed:

      youtube.com/watch?v=WA8J4jxkg0Q

    • K-Dog September 25, 2018 at 12:04 am #

      ‘Beria, who went on to run the Soviet network of slave-labour camps, was notorious for his sadistic enjoyment of torture and his taste for beating and raping women and violating young girls. Bald and bespectacled, by the time of Stalin’s death in 1953 he was one of the most hated men in the country.

      When the death sentence was passed, according to General Moskalenko, Beria fell to the floor and begged on his knees for mercy. It was not a quality he had shown to others, and it was not now shown to him. He and his confederates were taken away and promptly shot. His wife and son were sent to a Siberian labour camp.

      Beria was 54, if it was really him. Alternative versions have him shot or strangled months before, with a double standing trial in December. Beria’s son Sergo believed this and says he was told of his father’s death on June 26th. Presumably the point would have been to make certain of the sinister police chief’s demise, while putting a varnish of legality on it later on. It may have happened that way, but it seems unlikely.

      the next part is from wikipaedia

      ‘Beria’s sexually predatory nature was well known to the Politburo, and though Stalin took an indulgent viewpoint (considering Beria’s wartime importance), he said, “I don’t trust Beria.” In one instance, when Stalin learned his daughter was alone with Beria at his house, he telephoned her and told her to leave immediately. When Beria complimented Alexander Poskrebyshev’s daughter on her beauty, Poskrebyshev quickly pulled her aside and instructed her, “Don’t ever accept a lift from Beria.”After taking an interest in Marshal Kliment Voroshilov’s daughter-in-law during a party at their summer dacha, Beria shadowed their car closely all the way back to the Kremlin, terrifying Voroshilov’s wife.

      • K-Dog September 25, 2018 at 12:25 am #

        Lets be clear what perversion is.

        Penis in a face and possibly groping at what is under a swimsuit ain’t it. Especially since all that resulted was nothing.

        This is perversion, taken from the link:

        It wasn’t just his enemies that had to fear him as he used to cruise the streets of Moscow looking for young girls to bring back to his house so he could rape them. If they resisted they were raped and killed with many of their bodies buried in the grounds of his house. He even had one of his body guards compile a list of all the girls he raped and killed and this was used against him during his downfall from power.

        There is a point in focusing on this gruesomeness. People calling Kavanaugh disgusting don’t know what disgusting is. America seems to be like a doomed passenger liner of a century ago.

        Blithely guests party the night away while an iceberg looms in the darkness ahead. Trivial pursuits of a hundred kinds distract all from danger while hubris pushes them at twenty knots into a blind and misty black into which they cannot see.

  4. Paulo September 24, 2018 at 10:00 am #

    Somehow, it all just seems so damn fitting to this Presidency, regardless of truth.

    A presidential victory based on accusation against others, (Cruz senior being a JHK assasin just one example), crude and demeaning nick-names, sexual malfeasance and lies, a lack of congressional oversight for quick gains, the endorsement of evangelicals (known for their own dick wielding television con men), and a series of shoot-in-foot tweets too numerous to count on a weekly basis by a truly horrible and base human being, payoffs and threats, leaves me to ask this one simple question. How could it had ever turned out any different than a golden Supreme Court nominee splashing shot spots on a rushed and desperate process. “Oh, but he is such a good family man, devoted, pious, supremely qualified to fulfill this life ambition”.

    Maybe Kavenaugh will be included on this list…..if he gets lucky.

    Hey Trumptards, tired of winning yet? MAGA

    ranker.com/list/pastors-that-fell-from-grace/genevieve-carlton

    ranker.com/list/politicians-caught-with-prostitutes/ranker-news

    nypost.com/2018/03/30/dirty-panty-judge-raided-victims-hamper-before-prosecutors/

    • BackRowHeckler September 24, 2018 at 10:04 am #

      Ya right, who cares about the truth?

      brh

      • CancelMyCard September 24, 2018 at 10:34 am #

        Americans cannot handle the truth.

        They NEED to be lied to by the politicians they elect.

        If the politicians even hint at the truth, they are summarily voted out of office.

        • Georges1202 September 24, 2018 at 10:49 am #

          Ask Jimmy Carter about that one.

        • K-Dog September 25, 2018 at 12:07 am #

          One has to know what it is before it can be handled. Your horse is behind the cart.

    • shotho September 24, 2018 at 10:21 am #

      H-m-m-m, some serious anger management problems.
      Get a grip, man. Life’s too short.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 12:29 pm #

      In other words, he presumed guilty and has to prove otherwise. His accusers don’t have to prove anything. The ACCUSATION is sufficient unto itself.

      Like all Leftists, the Toscin bell of the French Revolution is always ringing in the back of your mind.

    • lbs September 24, 2018 at 12:43 pm #

      In other words, Trump ran a lot cleaner campaign than the Democrats.

    • ccm989 September 24, 2018 at 2:54 pm #

      The more that comes out about Mr. Kavanaugh, the more alarmed people become. He was initially touted as a classy guy. Now we are learning that he isn’t so clean after all. His buddy, Mark Judge, wrote a memoir called Wasted — Tales of a GenX Drunk — and named one of the characters Bart O’Kavanaugh. Co-inky-dink?

    • benr September 24, 2018 at 4:40 pm #

      And yet you fully supported the likes of Barack Obama who insulted all Republicans, the Supreme Court, and middle America and he did it using the bully pulpit not twitter!

  5. thwack September 24, 2018 at 10:11 am #

    Question:

    Christine Blasey Ford says the first time she ever mentioned the alleged sexual assault to ANYONE was during a marriage counseling session with her husband,

    right?

    Well,

    why were they seeing a marriage counselor?

    Maybe thats the 800 pound white gorilla in the room?

    Just sayin

    • ccm989 September 24, 2018 at 2:58 pm #

      Presumably they went to save their marriage would be my guess as to why. However they did go in 2012 and she told the therapist and her husband about Kav’s antics. He held her down, covered her mouth and turned up the music so no one could hear her screaming. She was 15 years old. Now we have learned that Kav’s buddy Mark Judge was quite the instigator — had a whole routine of getting girls very drunk and then having some “fun” — kinda like Bill Cosby drugging women and then have his “fun” too.

  6. Georges1202 September 24, 2018 at 10:12 am #

    Somehow the annoying aura surrounding All-American Kavanaugh has worn off now that the Fempire is striking back.

    In Trumps America there are many rings in the circus. Next week it will be some other idiotic shit. Make America Gape Again.

    • DrTomSchmidt September 24, 2018 at 10:20 am #

      Oh, that’s a good one!

  7. shotho September 24, 2018 at 10:17 am #

    Kavanaugh has been convicted in the court of public opinion. He’s done, stick him with a fork. Brilliant job by the Democrats.
    It’s interesting how the Republicans seem to lack an instinct for the jugular. overfed, overconfident, overstupid?

    • DrTomSchmidt September 24, 2018 at 10:23 am #

      It was Jesse Marvin Unruh, California Democrat, who was known for the expression: “If you can’t eat their food, drink their booze, screw their women, and then be prepared to get up in the morning and go vote against them, son you don’t belong in politics.”

      You never hear that from the Republicans, maybe because there are few machine politicians amongst them anymore. The Democrats are likewise lifeless. I miss Tip O’Neill.

    • Georges1202 September 24, 2018 at 10:23 am #

      I believe Merrick Garland would get a chuckle over that.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 12:32 pm #

      That’s what comes of “chivalry” and giving women too much slack: they use it to hang men. People repeat what works. If this flies, they’re going to use it again and again – and America is finished.

      Maybe Mohammad was right and their testimony shouldn’t be equal to that of a man’s. And since the Left loves Islam, it is poetic justice indeed on many levels

      • lbs September 24, 2018 at 12:50 pm #

        One thing I haven’t seen pointed out so far. If false accusation of sexual assault is rare, it sure won’t remain that way if women learn that they can wield political power by making accusations lacking evidence with it being immaterial whether the accusation is true.

  8. DrTomSchmidt September 24, 2018 at 10:19 am #

    But the gambit does raise the possibility that it will be answered by some rough justice from the conservative side of the field. It will be interesting to see in the weeks and months ahead how many Democratic house and senate members will be revealed as would-be rapists and sluts.

    It’s just prudery on the part of Republicans. Bill Clinton was shown with irrefutable evidence to have, uh, enjoyed the usufructs of power. But then we knew that about him when we elected him. The charge of being a “slut” (wow, JHK; the Dems will demand you quit the part) or rapist only carries water when your image is Boy Scout or Madonna. So the Republicans cannot load this particular weapon.

    • Elrond Hubbard September 24, 2018 at 2:51 pm #

      Tribalism has overwhelmed all other considerations. The concept of addressing questions like this on their merits, and in light of law and principle, has been hopelessly compromised.

      The Republicans see their long-pursued project of restoring a right-wing Supreme Court and overturning the New Deal within a hair of being achieved. This, in an atmosphere where their party is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of an idiot-savant demagogue, for whom controversy and destruction of the machinery of government are not impediments, but fuel.

      The Democrats, meanwhile, are still smarting from the spanking they took over their failure to seat their own previous candidate. They’re a party of milquetoast second-raters and careerists, but it’s finally beginning to dawn on them that their oppponents play to win, no matter what, while they themselves have persisted in bringing ‘norms’ to a gunfight. But they still hold to their own tribal commitments, including a round and heartfelt hatred for the working people (‘deplorables’) they have driven into the demagogue’s camp with their fecklessness.

      Meanwhile, every commenter on here (starting with JHK) seems keen to insist that in cases where women make accusations against powerful men, the rejoinder “She was there too!” establishes not only the innocence of the accused, but the guilt of the accuser. In a healthy U.S. polity, the FBI could be called on to investigate and establish a factual basis for judicious action. But we all know what Trump and his supporters will say about that. It’s tribalism everywhere, all roads seem to lead deeper, and meanwhile the countdown to the next financial meltdown (the one that can’t be papered over) keeps ticking. Bad, bad, bad all around.

      • Walter B September 24, 2018 at 4:42 pm #

        Well not EVERY commenter here has so stated Herr Elrond, certainly not I. I in fact, have a humongous problem with such hearsay, no evidence accusations cast about in the political arena carrying any weight or having any value at all. In my day I have been before the county prosecutor and even once in the office of the FBI presenting evidence files for cases that I have put together for prosecution that included a mountain of hard evidence and have been told, forget about it. For an out of the blue 37 year ago drunken maybe memory to carry any ability to stand on its own and take things this far is evidence to me that the Mainstream Media has either replaced the justice department or that the inhabitants of this place are more interested in entertainment than in functional life. .

        • Majella September 24, 2018 at 6:36 pm #

          The larger question, Walter, is why Kavanaugh hasn’t invited an investigation? Why has McConnell et al likewise declined to have it looked at?

          While the historical trust in the FBI has been undermined these last few years, it’d be a long bow to pull to take a position that there’s NO-ONE at the FBI that can’t do a simple non-partisan investigation.

          If, as you say, there’s no evidence, then any investigation would bear that out, and Kavanaugh would be ‘cleared’ and can then take his seat without a cloud of suspicion over him.

          If there IS any substance, then likewise, it would be found and the matter cleared entirely, and this man sent packing.

          The Circus we’ll see on Thursday will be a doozy. Get the popcorn.

          • pequiste September 24, 2018 at 7:44 pm #

            Just popcorn for this X-rated feature?

            The Congressional Concession Stand should have on hand a truckload of KY Professional and cases of tissues to compliment these proceedings.

            Here’s my suggestion ( it’s True!) for the testimony’s soundtrack:

            youtube.com/watch?v=RlJGrIyt-X8

          • Walter B September 24, 2018 at 11:10 pm #

            You are correct, the FBI has NO credibility anymore and apparently works for the Dark Side so no, I would not want them investigating anything that I was accused of, but surely there must be one damned agency that can do it. How about the Department of the Treasury? They made the FIN look as useless as they are for the Capone gig, didn’t they?

            But yes, follow the procedure that we all pay so exorbitantly to maintain and be done with it. This Trial by CNN or j-nut is mind-numbing.

          • Walter B September 24, 2018 at 11:10 pm #

            FBI that is.

      • K-Dog September 25, 2018 at 1:18 am #

        In a healthy U.S. polity, the FBI could be called on to investigate and establish a factual basis for judicious action. But we all know what Trump and his supporters will say about that.

        All the kings horses and all the kings men are not going to find out what happened at a pig rich boy frat party thirty years ago.

        **********************

        To make accusations which can’t be proved is irresponsible and reflects bad character. Good character reports crime when it happens and women have been able and willing to report sexual misconduct for fifty years in my America.

        Is it something in the water that has made everyone so stupid?

        Women are not the equal of men physically. Most men can kick the ass of most women From that fact it has been true of the feminine gender for countless millennia that women instead hone the weapon that they do have, rather than cultivate muscles they don’t have.

        That weapon is their mouths. Men can’t hold a candle to a bitching woman when she gets on a roll. Regarding Kavanaugh we are supposed to believe that women were highly offended said nothing.

        Women who are highly offended tell everyone they can about it. It is a fact of life and truth be told this farce is made more ridiculous by knowing that back in the seventies and eighties women were far more vocal then than they are today! 9-11 turned the sexual repression clock back quite a few years and current American sexual awareness is more like it was in the early 60’s than the later 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, or 90’s.

        I remember a buddy in high school put his hand on the leg of a waitress once. It was at a lunch place in a strip mall where we both worked. Doug wore thick black Buddy Holly glasses. We were sixteen and she was eighteen or so; straight blonde hair and tall. Midwest Norwegian, nice cute nose, turned up just a bit. I don’t know what came over the fool. She backhanded him so hard his glasses flew off and hit the wall a dozen feet away. He never got his toast.

        Doug managed to get a girlfriend and got laid a few months later.

        • Elrond Hubbard September 25, 2018 at 1:39 pm #

          K-Dog: “Good character reports crime when it happens and women have been able and willing to report sexual misconduct for fifty years in my America.”

          There it is again, that strange phenomenon: making the accusation a matter of the accuser’s ‘character’, instead of a question of actual deeds done in actual fact. This is the same phenomenon that’s been scribbled all over this comments section like graffiti since the first accusation against Kavanaugh was made.

          Here’s a very timely article about a young woman who reported an alleged crime when it happened (thus earning your ‘good character’ seal of approval, surely?), and what she suffered as a result:

          She reported her 2006 rape. Then nothing happened. In the #metoo era, what do we owe her?

          You should read the article in full, but to hit the highlights, a high-school girl alleged an attempted rape by two popular athletes while they were attending a house party. There was a police investigation, but ultimately no prosecution despite her testimony and the presence of semen from at least one of the boys. Meanwhile, the female student was subjected to a hate campaign by her schoolmates that drove her from her school for the remainder of her high school career.

          As the writer relates: “As a teenager in 2006, I saw the word ‘FAITH’ chalk-painted across the rear windshields of several cars in the parking lot of my north Texas high school and assumed I was seeing some kind of youth group slogan issuing from the local Christian club. I would learn in due course that I was actually looking at an acronym: ‘F— Amber in the Head,’ or ‘F— Amber in Three Holes.'” Amber being the accuser, you see.

          Maybe good character does report crime when it happens. And what does good character get for its trouble, besides blame and denunciation for being in the exact same situation as the accused (even though only one of them stands accused of actually, you know, committing rape)? All too often women who are indeed “able and willing to report sexual misconduct” refrain from doing so from a well-founded fear of exactly this reaction. K-Dog, I’m afraid your America does not resemble our Earth America.

  9. gonetohell September 24, 2018 at 10:34 am #

    One thing becomes crystal clear upon reading Kuntsler’s last couple of ruminations. Kunstler has revealed himself as a middle aged, misogynistic frat boy.

    • Georges1202 September 24, 2018 at 10:39 am #

      I’m guessing you are a huge fan of Ban-Lon shirts.

    • cj969 September 24, 2018 at 11:24 am #

      He does (and a lot of fellow Boomers) seem alarmingly eager to move the goal posts. At what point does it stop being harmless flirtation and start being assault? To hear JHK tell it, you’d have to be balls deep and ignoring desperate screams of protest for there to be impropriety. Come on, where’s the harm in a little surprise finger banging? And whom among us hasn’t pulled an Al Franken and copped a feel on a passed-out coed?

      I think it’s one of the dangers of romanticizing a bygone era when women were a bit more like property.

      • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 12:41 pm #

        Did you ever investigate the Mattress Girl case? The young man never called back and she Later cried rape, but only after trying to contact his numerous times in the interim, once asking for anal sex.

        Her case was dismissed by the university so she took to carrying a mattress around like it was a cross and she a fem Christ. The young man was so reviled by his accusers – the entire university – that he sued. He won.

        There’s nothing here and nothing between the ears of Leftists. It’s all hormones and rage.

        • malthuss September 24, 2018 at 1:44 pm #

          Did she face any punishment? Legal or civil lawsuit against her?

        • gonetohell September 24, 2018 at 6:53 pm #

          One of every six American women have either an attempted or completed rape. How many were carrying a mattress around prior the assault? One must wonder what sort of congenital mishap creates humans such as yourself.

  10. teddyboy46 September 24, 2018 at 10:51 am #

    The same thought occured to me. She is a Devout Catholic and yet she is so drunk there are gaps in her memory, but she remembers a plastic penis. I truly feel sorry for Brett Kavanagh spends his whole life building a reputation of integrity and in 2 weeks it is gone . taken by 2 women with hazy recollections. this is just like Mao’s cultural revolution in China in the 1960s .

    • pyrrhus September 24, 2018 at 1:03 pm #

      Yes, very much like the Red Guards at work…That period is now remembered with horror by everyone in China.

    • Majella September 24, 2018 at 6:45 pm #

      No, his ‘reputation’ is gone because he put himself out for public scrutiny and his ‘legend’ of upstanding family guy couldn’t stand up to that scrutiny.

      “…spend his whole life building a reputation…” His high school & college reputations aren’t so shiny.

      You know, when you’re caught drunk driving, or with fingers in the till for example, the judge KNOWS this wasn’t your first time, just the first time you were caught. How many years did he have in Kozinski’s orbit – initially as a clerk, then as a fellow Circuit Court judge? And through all that time, he was sweet & clean? a perfect gentleman?

      Check this interview with reporter Ryan Grim of The Intercept for some of the actual facts around those years and how Kavanaugh simply lies to preserve his ‘reputation’…a play straight of of Trump’s playbook:

      youtube.com/watch?v=WA8J4jxkg0Q

  11. Exscotticus September 24, 2018 at 10:57 am #

    This strategy of trying to establishing a pattern with multiple accusations could backfire.

    Dr. Ford’s allegation was at least credible.

    But if we are to believe Deborah Ramirez, then we must believe that this incident happened at a party, not in a secluded upstairs room but in full view of many, without a single corroborating witness who was also there and actually saw it happen. We must also believe that someone who apparently knew both Ramirez and Kavanaugh shouted…

    “Brett Kavanaugh just put his penis in Debbie’s face!”

    First AND last name when referring to Brett; first name only when refering to Debbie. I’m surprised she doesn’t recall this not-so-silent witness calling out Brett’s SSN number and date of birth—you know—just to fully qualify which Brett Kavanaugh we’re talking about.

    We must also believe that Ramirez remember’s Brett, but doesn’t remember this nameless faceless witness who exists as little more than a disembodied voice to establish Brett’s complete first AND last name identity, even though this person appears to have known both her and Brett.

    It simply strains credulity that such an act happened with only one witness. It’s also remarkable that all the alleged witnesses thus far are liberal women in the “mental” sciences, Never Trumpers, etc.

    Not only are there no other eye witnessess to corroborate the story, but…

    “Deborah Ramirez’s best friend says Ramirez never told her about this incident and “suggested that Ramirez may have been politically motivated.”

    So even Ramirez’s best friend doesn’t buy it.

    And this is why I believe it may backfire. It casts doubt on Dr. Ford’s more credible allegation.

    • Thank God you are here to get to the bottom of this

      • Exscotticus September 24, 2018 at 11:32 am #

        If that’s the best retort you can come up with, then you might want to rethink your career goals in professional trolling.

        • hmuller September 25, 2018 at 12:04 am #

          This whole campaign against Kavanaugh has the smell of an obviously choreographed and paced event. A few more left wing accusers and the man’s loathsomeness becomes an undeniable fact.

          There may be more crisis actresses waiting in the wings to tell of that dreadful day when Kavanaugh waved his fearsome penis in their faces. Anderson Cooper will host a 30 minute special on the penis alone.

    • Sean Coleman September 24, 2018 at 12:12 pm #

      “I’m surprised she doesn’t recall this not-so-silent witness calling out Brett’s SSN number and date of birth—you know—just to fully qualify which Brett Kavanaugh we’re talking about.”

      Nice one.

      I disagree, however, that Ford is credible, except only in that she is more credible than Ramirez.

    • pyrrhus September 24, 2018 at 1:08 pm #

      “Dr. Ford’s allegation was at least credible.”

      There was, and is, nothing remotely credible about it. No time, no place, shitfaced drunk when “it” occurred, no corroboration from friends, not a peep as Kavanaugh was made a Circuit Court Judge, nothing until Kavanaugh was nominated for the Supreme Court, and now one excuse after another to avoid testifying….She’s a liar and everyone knows it, but Ford isn’t dumb enough to testofy under oath.

  12. RB September 24, 2018 at 11:03 am #

    At first I thought this was about Bill Clinton. At least Monica had the remains on her dress. Lucky for her.

    Seems Tawana Brawley’s vis-a-vis Sharpton strategy is working still. How come democrats have all the strategies that work in these cases.

    Kavanaugh’s balls are busted. End of story. Bring on the next victim and whack off his. Ironically, it is mostly liberal males who got crushed by the MeTo vendetta. At least that part is sweet.

    Why any male would hire a female these days is mystifying. Let them sue but never, ever hire one, promote one or be alone with one. Never, never, never. Pence is right.

    • thwack September 24, 2018 at 12:02 pm #

      Let them sue but never, ever hire one, promote one or be alone with one. Never, never, never.

      ******************

      Why don’t you just become a faggot?

      That way, if some crone accuses you of sexual assault you can trot out all your boyfriends as proof you have no interest in females of any kind?

      Just sayin.

      • RB September 24, 2018 at 1:04 pm #

        “a bundle of sticks or twigs bound together as fuel”

        Huh?

        Nah. The boys that swing that way are no different. Best to avoid them as well. All trouble. That is the problem with our society and culture now, it is all about genitals. Not much hope for a nation like that. If I decide to come out, you will be the first to know. You are evidently interested in the subject.

        Cheers.

      • Omkaracharya September 25, 2018 at 2:46 pm #

        A White Knight is more credible when he is a little decorous. “Faggot” offends All Women. Your aim is to protect All Women from offense. So that dog don’t hunt.

        Just saying.

    • gonetohell September 24, 2018 at 6:57 pm #

      Thank God the only women you’ve ever known consist of nothing but oxygen and plastic.

  13. beantownbill. September 24, 2018 at 11:12 am #

    The Kavanaugh situation has shown what really is behind the curtain: America’s war between the sexes (all 294 of them). It has been a forgone conclusion since the 1960’s. Changing times always raise stress levels, resulting in conflict. As a bonus, trial by media advances the Sexual Revolution II to its ultimate end point, aided by the incredibly dimwitted public. The whole matter seems especially contrived. The plan is working.

    • Georges1202 September 24, 2018 at 11:18 am #

      I assume by your condescending tone that you don’t include yourself in ‘the public’ but rather you peer down from a great height?

      • beantownbill. September 24, 2018 at 12:30 pm #

        That’s right.

      • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 12:46 pm #

        The only answer to the mob mentality is Elitism. Some people are better than other people. And only a few should be voting. As Ullyses said as he beat a commoner with the flat of his sword, You must lean to listen to your betters and not interrupt them.

        • Georges1202 September 24, 2018 at 12:56 pm #

          Always careful to insert some idiotic classical reference in there, like some first-week Ivy League schoolboy.

          • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 1:13 pm #

            Yes, the Left hates classical culture and anything even vaguely Old, White, and European. Keep going: you’re batting a thousand, a perfect Marxist Zombie Marching Moron.

          • malthuss September 24, 2018 at 1:42 pm #

            He is different.

            I will take tradition over Eminem and Drake and the VMA awards.

    • Sean Coleman September 24, 2018 at 12:14 pm #

      Behind the curtain: mass fantasy and individual deceit. Also I don’t think there is much of a plan: they are making it up as they go along.

  14. FincaInTheMountains September 24, 2018 at 11:17 am #

    Porno Apocalypse of Deep Throat Hillary

    Deborah Ramirez, a Yale classmate of Brett Kavanaugh’s, has described a dormitory party gone awry and a drunken incident that she wants the F.B.I. to investigate.

    newyorker.com/news/news-desk/senate-democrats-investigate-a-new-allegation-of-sexual-misconduct-from…

    In the United States, the strategic offensive of Trump’s America against America of Hillary Clinton is getting strength.

    On the side of Hillary fight Saudi Arabia and Germany who have invested very large sums in her election campaign, the anti-Brexit Great Britain, and also Eastern Europe, torn by the old scores between Poland and Ukraine, but still provoking a nuclear war at the behest of Hillary because of the Suwalki Gap.

    The reason for this war is the desire of Trump America to put the remaining economic power of the United States and its status of a winner in the Cold War at the service of US national interests, which is often contrary to the interests of the “globalist” elite wishing to establish a world government.

    Moreover, during the course of this war it became clear that the Army and the US state apparatus, with the exception of the top bureaucrats of the secret services, after a two years of infighting, finally recognized the results of the elections and largely took Trump’s side, and at the core of the Deep State, which it would be more correct to call a globalist state, are the Fourth Estate and University America.

    And the applause that greeted Deep Throat Killary in Yale, forgetting about the millions of victims of her policies in Libya, Syria, Iraq, Pakistan, Ukraine, Yugoslavia and Russia, suggests that the “globalist” elite will have to be reckon with despite their relative small numbers.

    The question arises how the globalist elite, which adopted as a program of actions what I call a Black Project, managed to recruit University America, which during the Cold War was considered a dovecote, and now turned into a hawk’s nest.

    Moreover, the working-class America and the national bourgeoisie, including a significant part of the notorious Financial International (FinIntern) and the Israeli lobby, were able to withstand Clinton Deep Throat propaganda, while students of schools and universities led by the liberal professors almost unconditionally support the war criminal who thrice brought humanity to the very edge of the nuclear abyss at the time as the most educated part of the population diligently looked the other way.

    Why the Yale students who are amicably defending all that ice of Antarctica, various furry animals in the nurseries and the rain forest with enthusiasm greet the bloodthirsty old woman who in her old age on camera was having an orgasm watching the murder of the unfortunate Gaddafi?

    • Eoin September 24, 2018 at 2:42 pm #

      Speaking of Porno,
      Anybody see this?:

      nydailynews.com/news/politics/ny-news-brett-kavanaugh-gang-rape-avenatti-20180923-story.html

      Once again, Mikey Avenatti, esquire of the erstwhile cougar of cunnilingus (such talent !), surfaces to roil the boiling pond of preposterous prevarication that yet another pivotal SCOTUS confirmation has become.

      Am I the only one who thinks that he, and Stormy, are being paid as distractions ?
      How in the world will Dr. Blasey-Ford, Senora Ramierez, or any other inebriated femme fatale who narrowly escaped the vision of a tumescent schoolboy’s favorite toy ever top the claim of GANG RAPE….. PRE- MEDITATED, with malice aforethought, GANG RAPE.

      They will all disappear.
      JHK is correct; all is fair in love and war.

  15. Luhrenloup September 24, 2018 at 11:18 am #

    Well boys, the ball is in your court now, what’cho gonna do?

  16. cj969 September 24, 2018 at 11:18 am #

    I’m struck by how Trump apologists can’t allow a millimeter of sunlight to creep in for fear of the floodgates being opened. Could these women, or at least one of them, possibly, maybe, *conceivably* be telling the truth? “ABSOLUTELY NOT, IN NO POSSIBLE UNIVERSE IS SUCH A THING REMOTELY CLOSE TO BEING EVEN PARTIALLY TRUE IN ANY WAY.” Really?

    The eagerness with which some are playing Whack-a-Mole seems to reek of desperation. Might there be some truth to it you’re afraid of getting out?

    If he’s such a stand-up guy, he will be fine. And if these women are liars willing to endure death threats because they are politically or monetarily motivated to torpedo this nomination, won’t a full hearing expose them?

    • FincaInTheMountains September 24, 2018 at 11:26 am #

      monetarily motivated to torpedo this nomination

      depends how much money are we talking about. Clintonoids are desperate, stakes are extremely high, so it could be in hundreds of millions.

    • Exscotticus September 24, 2018 at 11:27 am #

      Did a full hearing expose Anita Hill? Or Justice Thomas for that matter? Did it establish truth one way or the other? Or was it all just political theater?

      Definitely give them a hearing. One hour for Dr. Ford, one hour for Deborah Ramirez, one hour each for any additional witnesses that suddenly remember things they never remembered before, wrapping it all up by the end of the day, followed immediately by an up-or-down confirmation vote.

    • RB September 24, 2018 at 11:30 am #

      Do you, have you, will you have the same standard for investigating the accusations against Bill Clinton? Rape?

    • Sean Coleman September 24, 2018 at 12:17 pm #

      The rule is simple: in a witch hunt it is never true, in any universe you want.

      Your eagerness “seems to” betray desperation.

    • abbybwood September 24, 2018 at 12:32 pm #

      Maybe “The Doppelganger” to Kavanaugh is for real?

      zerohedge.com/news/2018-09-20/was-kavanaugh-accuser-almost-raped-his-doppelganger-new-theory-emerges

      I would love it if he would appear out of the blue at the hearings, be sworn in, and say that HE was the guy at the house with Jones who roughed her up a little and that he was ALSO the guy at the dorm party that went off whole-cocked with Ramirez.

      He apologizes (profusely!) to both ladies and to Kavanaugh and the Democrats’ heads explode.

    • Majella September 24, 2018 at 7:38 pm #

      “If he’s such a stand-up guy, he will be fine. And if these women are liars willing to endure death threats because they are politically or monetarily motivated to torpedo this nomination, won’t a full hearing expose them?”

      Exactly cj. Are you as flummoxed as I am that so many of this blog’s regular posters are starting to sound like classic Trump apologists? Including the venerable JHK?

      The focus seems to be on whether the accusation is true or not – no-one can know that before we hear directly from the named parties on Thursday, though if Senators Ghastley & Snatch get to ask direct questions, it’s not difficult to predict the softballs for Kavanaugh & the hard balls for Ford already.

      But underlying all this is the proven fact that Kavanaugh has already lied to the Senate, under oath – is there NO CRIME that disqualifies any more?

      These accusations of sexual impropriety are not criminal, but they certainly highlight his disqualifying character flaws. Still, what’s to be surprised at? A Dyed-in-the-Wool Republican who is demonstrably a hypocritical two-faced lying scumbag living up to his reputation? Huh.

      • Exscotticus September 24, 2018 at 8:37 pm #

        >>> The focus seems to be on whether the accusation is true or not

        Heaven forbid! Clearly something other than truth should eb the standard of measure!

        >>> it’s not difficult to predict the softballs for Kavanaugh & the hard balls for Ford already

        And vice-versa. But please feel free to prove us wrong by posting links to Sen. Cory Booker (admitted groper of a 15-year-old) decimating Kav’s accusers with the skepticism that last-minute uncorroborated claims deserve.

        >>> These accusations of sexual impropriety are not criminal, but they certainly highlight his disqualifying character flaws

        You mean assuming they’re true? Cuz—you know—that “if they’re true” part actually matters.

        Sexual impropriety didn’t seem to stop our aforementioned 15-year-old groping Cory Booker from assuming office. No doubt you’ve posted extensively demanding that Cory resign for his “sexual impropriety” yes? Links or it didn’t happen, and you’re just another double-standard hyprocrite.

  17. Well, at least they’re not destroying a good man.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 12:48 pm #

      Said the male enabler of the furies. Maybe if he serves them he’ll get some – or at least not be torn to shreds.

    • Majella September 24, 2018 at 7:39 pm #

      LOL!

  18. volodya September 24, 2018 at 11:24 am #

    A long, long time ago, in a country that bears scant resemblance to the present one, mommies and grannies told their daughters and grand-daughters to dress modestly and behave with decorum and in a circumspect fashion around men because you just never knew.

    Especially don’t go gettin’ shit-faced at frat parties. And don’t find yourself alone with a man in his apartment, or alternatively, don’t find yourself alone with a man in your own apartment. If you accept an invitation to his place or if you invite him to yours, for – cough – coffee, it’s tantamount to accepting or giving an invitation for sex.

    Ladies, you may not like it, but that’s how men are wired, we’re all Turks underneath the washed and shaven exterior, and, to a significant percentage of men, women have got the word “slut” written on their foreheads in invisible ink that only he can read.

    Do yourselves a big favor, stop bein’ stoopit, use some common sense, keep yourselves safe, do NOT go to places where a lot of young, drunken, unmarried men are partying. Because if you go to such places you are looking for trouble, and if you look for it, you will surely find it.

    End of sermon.

    • elysianfield September 24, 2018 at 11:58 am #

      Volodya,

      What you say is an unavoidable truth, but there are women who might disagree and suggest that any untoward behavior or dress on their part should not bring opprobrium nor unwanted advance….

      With all respect…be prepared to be shat upon from a great height….

      • volodya September 24, 2018 at 12:24 pm #

        Elysian, it’s an interesting thing, often the ones that fling opprobrium on women that behave or dress untowardly (is that a word?) are women.

        Ever seen a chick wearing her hemline up near the tree-line?

        Ever see the facial expression or hear the comments coming from your own wife or girlfriend about aforesaid chick and her elevated hem-line? Don’t know about you but I’ve seen this happen a number of times.

        That said, yes, you are right, there will be what you say, from a great height.

        • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 12:53 pm #

          Yes, once we take back power, women will control other women for the most part – our first line of defense. But first Feminism has to be smashed to smithereens. Thank God we have the FEMA Camps all ready to go. Those who refuse to agree to the New Way and sign on the dotted line will be invited to go abroad, perhaps to Muslim Europe!

          This is in the context of Bill Ayers dreaming aloud of fifty million White Americans going to Summer Camp and only half ever returning. Very gentle compared to that, eh?

          • Majella September 24, 2018 at 7:41 pm #

            Gilead. For Fuck’s Sake.

          • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 11:34 pm #

            Is there balm in Gilead? Yes. As C.S Lewis said in “That Hideous Strength”, submission is an erotic necessity.

            Not one man in a million would have had a comeback to that. Yet here I am. Ecce Homo. Why do I write such good posts? Is it the inspiration of venereal madness coiling up my spine, a kind of false Kundalini? A natural gift? Or just the Holy Spirit?

          • K-Dog September 25, 2018 at 1:27 am #

            Not the Holy Spirit, the Dunning-Kruger effect!

          • Sean Coleman September 25, 2018 at 10:17 am #

            Janos, you are beginning to sound like Michael Dyson.

          • elysianfield September 27, 2018 at 11:12 am #

            Dog,
            Can one be suffering from the Dunning-Kruger effect and still be correct in an observation or thought?

            “Venereal Madness”…nice…,

          • K-Dog September 28, 2018 at 4:23 am #

            elysian,

            Even a broken clock is right twice a day and a blindfolded man will hit the bullseye on a dartboard before eternity runs out.

    • Can Rapepublican party survive in the 21st century?

      It’s not looking too hot

      • volodya September 24, 2018 at 12:26 pm #

        Can the Democrats? As you say, it ain’t lookin’ so good.

      • abbybwood September 24, 2018 at 12:41 pm #

        What about ALL the women who have claimed to have been RAPED or sexually assaulted by William Jefferson Clinton, former President of the United States? Juanita Broaddrick? Kathleen Wiley? Paula Jones?

        And Hillary Clinton has the chutzpah to go on MSDNC to talk to Maddow about how Jones should be “believed” in her statements indicting Kavanaugh?

        Please.

        • malthuss September 24, 2018 at 5:18 pm #

          The Cs are desperate. She is very ill and he looks bad as well.

        • Majella September 24, 2018 at 7:43 pm #

          More ‘whataboutsim’….it’s pointless! And Hillary being two-faced? So?

          • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 10:29 pm #

            Oh Madge. Just bathe your “hands” in this mild liquid. So?

            So she’s just the leader of the Democratic Party and would be Leader of the “free” world….

            Someone posits a universal. Another person says, “What about “a” as a way of testing the universal just posited. Pretty basic. Got it?

      • rackslope September 24, 2018 at 3:49 pm #

        Only a paid shill could grasp so tightly to delusion and not let go.

    • Jigplate September 24, 2018 at 2:12 pm #

      Reminds me of a rule that I learned very early in my high school edumacation career. Never ever find yourself alone in a room with a kid of either sex. It became a reflex action for me to open the door and step out in the hallway in full view of the surveillance cameras. That being said, I knew several teachers who were falsely accused, and it nearly ruined their lives. The one that I knew where the charges were proved was a real piece of drek. He started a relationship with a student’s mother, then moved on to the daughter. When the story broke it made the NY post.

  19. Walter B September 24, 2018 at 11:33 am #

    There are three questions that anyone who has lived through the past 60 or 70 years should ask themselves. I am halfway through Robert Kennedy’s book, The Enemy Within, which he wrote after spending three years as lead legal council for the McMillian Committee, investigating crime and corruption in America’s workplace for the Congressional Committee, along with his brother Jack, a US Senator at the time. In this work by the soon to be US Attorney General, RFK documents in great detail the corruption, control and misuse and murder of the American working men and women by what he called “the most powerful force in America next to the US government itself”. The Kennedy brothers feared so strongly that organized crime, “was becoming intertwined with government and business and threatening to corrupt the social contract that held together American democracy”, that they continued to fight the battle until it cost them both their lives.

    With that in mind, my point is this: If both the President of the United States and the Attorney General fought this force to the death and lost, did that evil force 2nd in power only to the government itself, grow stronger or weaker after their deaths? How far do you think that power may have moved up the ladder since 1963? All the way to the top perhaps?

    So if they have, and I am certain that they have, we no longer exist in a Free Society but are now living in Don Corleone’s Godfather World. If you are a friend of the family and you want your daughter’s old boyfriend killed, all you have to do is tell the Don that he showed her his Pocket Weasel and it will be done.

    Looks like Lady Justice has not only removed her blindfold but is now flipping us all the bird as well. And from what I am hearing out of Trenton, she will soon be utilizing her scales to weigh out o-z’s soon so she has certainly had a serious change of careers hasn’t she? I wonder if she too drinks herself into oblivion. She should.

  20. pequiste September 24, 2018 at 11:42 am #

    A comprehensive CONgresssional review of Ms. Ramirez’s background, and her allegations, should include all of Playboy’s, Penthouse’s, Larry Flynt’s Huster internet sites, plus XHamster, XNXX, Pornhub sites for evidence of both her chastity and good solid morals. That should take the Senate a while to tease out all the appropriate intel. Also, it would provide an opportunity for the aides and lawyers to look for more incriminating evidence of Judge Kavanaugh’s member. Such libertine activities must show up somewhere in the Porndom’s panoptic.

    Then, immediately after the probabatory hiatus, and the judge is brought before the august body once again for the interrogative, he should peremptorily state that he never called his generative organ a penis but instead called the famly jewels a “choad”. Ms. Ramirez, not being able to recall the proper nomenclature of the famous, sexist (by nature) object in question would immediately be dismissed from the hearing as suffering from false memory syndrome triggered by this years bumper zucchini harvest at her local farmer’s market.

    Where is John “The Wad” Holmes when we need him to provide Ms. Ramirez, and the Senate, a reminder of what a memorable penis thrusting-in-the-face would actually look like?

  21. PeteAtomic September 24, 2018 at 11:51 am #

    The real subtext of all of these allegations is that Kavanaugh not only did these acts 35+ years ago, but that he will do them again. That’s what this is all about. It’s about the fact that he is male. In the progressive ideology, ideas don’t matter. It’s all about identity. So, because he is male, he will assault women. Doesn’t matter if it’s true. The one over riding factor, is his gender. There is no “progression” for human beings for progressives. It’s all a struggle for control among identities.

    • No one was clamoring for Kavanaugh to begin with. I’m convinced he’s some sort of benchwarmer to absorb punishment and whip up public sentiment ahead of the midterms.

      Their real candidate will come after midterms, and they hope, with a mandate. And then the shit can really hit the fan.

  22. PeteAtomic September 24, 2018 at 11:58 am #

    “I can’t imagine that none of them have secrets to hide.”

    Me neither. I think there has been a general truce amongst the power hungry about “who slept with who” to some degree. The trouble with pushing this type of political maneuver (just like race, or anything else), it can blowback on you. So, we may see a few hints of some of these congressmen & women sleeping with other… men, women..children(?) we shall see.

  23. akmofo September 24, 2018 at 12:18 pm #

    Rosenstein heads to White House, expected to be fired..
    youtu.be/CHzdxly0Y9Q

  24. AKlein September 24, 2018 at 12:18 pm #

    ‘Ramirez, who was raised a devout Catholic, in Connecticut, said that she was shaken. “I wasn’t going to touch a penis until I was married.”’
    Oh my, how virginal! However, considering other recent headlines, specifically those relating the the Catholic Church and its de facto position on human sexuality, I’m not so sure that pulling the “devout Catholic” gambit is advisable at this juncture.

    • volodya September 24, 2018 at 12:27 pm #

      It’s a laugh is what it is. Advisable? To say the least, no.

    • abbybwood September 24, 2018 at 12:52 pm #

      It’s like she went to the zoo then after getting home she complained to her mother and father that she saw all kinds of animals!!!!

      Uhh…yeah!

      You deliberately go to a dorm drunken party for one reason: To drink, probably to smoke some pot and to have “fun”.

      Then when the party “happens” you are shocked! shocked! to see drinking and smoking and kissing and touching going on between the sexes and some guys going over the top by pulling out their Long Dong Silvers and shaking them in people’s faces.

      Dildos? Good grief. Go to church if you don’t want to be around wild men swinging their dicks in your face! D’Oh!

      If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen (as my Mom used to say).

    • Remember, this kind of thing leads to scarring emotional and mental trauma for the pious.

      Pence is really starting to appear to be the bright one here (not stepping out with another woman without the wife present).

      You never know where a vagina will strike next.

    • Sean Coleman September 25, 2018 at 10:22 am #

      Those headlines come from the same place as the allegations against the Judge. David Pierre Jr’s themediareport.com has the analysis for the American part of the fantasy.

  25. thwack September 24, 2018 at 12:27 pm #

    Im making a list of past sex bombing targets and their outcomes. Please feel free to add to the list:

    Gary Hart — killed

    Bill Clinton — slightly wounded

    Bill Cosby — killed

    Tiger Woods — severely wounded

    Clarence Thomas — wounded

    Donald Trump — wounded

    • Walter B September 24, 2018 at 12:37 pm #

      Harvey Weinstein – nothing yet? Hey why is that?

      • Hes dead man walking. Like the rest.

        Stain-resistant casting couches are going on sale at a deep discount at the Hollywood Ikea

        • Walter B September 25, 2018 at 10:43 am #

          Sounds good, but I will believe it when I see it. I have witnessed too many Fat Cats fading into the woodwork and avoiding justice to feel like justice will yet be served. For my money he is having fresh meat delivered daily to an underground hideout by a well paid flunky.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 1:01 pm #

      The two Bills were rapists. Don’t you think that’s a bit different? It does happen, you know.

      Hopefully Cos goes down today for good.

    • If you read the paper edition of the New York Times, you’d be surprised to see today’s Sports section. An army of people whooping and hollering, celebrating Tiger’s success in putting a tiny white ball into a hole. So I’m thinking he’s back. He’ll be banging silicone sluts in Vegas and throwing out his back again in no time.

      C. Thomas, I’d argue was never wounded. Old Prune-face is still adjudicating.

      Teflon Don can’t be reached in the catbird seat.

      Bill is running on some sort of lithium ion battery in place of a heart.

      • Exscotticus September 24, 2018 at 4:05 pm #

        Whew I was getting a little worried there! When Lil Deb manages more than a few posts without pushing the paper edition of the NYT, you know something’s not quite right…

        >>> If you read the paper edition of the New York Times

        Normality restored!

    • K-Dog September 25, 2018 at 1:30 am #

      Cosby totally deserves it.

    • Sean Coleman September 25, 2018 at 10:31 am #

      The calibre of Cosby’s accusers is astonishing. For a flavour see Alexander Baron’s short YT video Bill Cosby’s Yo Ho Ho.

      • Sean Coleman September 26, 2018 at 8:51 am #

        For a deeper examination see Alexander Baron’s Bill Cosby: A Voice Of Reason. This video is not on YT.

  26. Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 1:03 pm #

    Rush: Harry Reid said to reporters, someone told me that Mitt Romney hasn’t paid his taxes in the ten years. The reporters asked him what his proof was. Reid got annoyed and said, I don’t need proof. Go ask Mitt Romney about it.

    He should have been sued for slander. But he wasn’t and we live under a rule of innuendo.

  27. Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 1:07 pm #

    Cody Wilson, creator(?) or at least the disseminator of the 3d printed gun, was metooed a few days ago. He signed onto a Sugar Daddy website and hooked up with an underage girl for five hundred dollars. But wait: The site claims the girls are of legal age. Shouldn’t that matter? Shouldn’t they be liable? Or are they in on the takedown?

    • Is there a #metoo for the underage sex trafficked girls too?

      I somehow doubt it. Cody “sex tourist” Wilson is a bonafide moron and thoroughly vetted creep to boot.

      He will find some nice woman in church, when he comes home to the Lord though.

    • elysianfield September 24, 2018 at 8:16 pm #

      “The site claims the girls are of legal age. Shouldn’t that matter? Shouldn’t they be liable? Or are they in on the takedown?

      Janos,
      The issue is one of what a “reasonable and prudent” person would observe…California law thusly based, but I expect that the burden is universal…HMuller might provide a definitive answer.

      • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 9:32 pm #

        A fully developed girl is a Woman in California or any other world. This is bullshit, the destruction of a fine and enterprising man, whose only mistake was thinking he still lived in a free society.

  28. Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 1:10 pm #

    Presumption of innocence, the right to face your accuser, and a speedy trial (what about James Woods?) are bedrocks of the American system of Jurisprudence. If they get away with this, the Republic itself is jeopardized. Push through. Set a date and if the women don’t show up, confirm Judge Kavanaugh.

  29. wm5135 September 24, 2018 at 2:05 pm #

    “…….. …. … nothing matters”.
    Yup

  30. Don September 24, 2018 at 2:32 pm #

    The Republicans need to make the sex allegations into a strength, rather than a weakness. He should just admit he did it, and claim many sexual conquests with names of his victims, show photos, put a dick-pic on the internet and just go for it. He needs to have his image be one of a total stud. That he is not a gay metro sexual wimpy Democrat who is a sissy and hates America.

    • Walter B September 24, 2018 at 2:46 pm #

      Sorry Don but the Republicans may or may not have tiny peckers to wave around in everyone’s faces, but they certainly do not have any balls for fighting anything! Apparently they have all gone so decadent, so soft, and so useless that they have even forgotten that it was a “two party” system and not simply a Sellout’s Club. John McCain was the last fighter and even that demented, decayed toadstool couldn’t decide on which side of who to fight. He just sort of went after everybody and switched sides every time the wind changed. The day of the useful idiot in elected office is long gone for none of them are useful at all anymore.

  31. Beryl of Oyl September 24, 2018 at 2:37 pm #

    Gentlemen, I would like to clear up a couple of misconceptions.

    One, a misconception that this sordid episode tells us something about “women”.
    It does not.
    Women are more likely than men to see this for what it is, a politically motivated smear attempt.

    Two, about that attempt. Of course the story isn’t believable, because it isn’t meant to be believed. It is meant for one purpose only- to delay. What’s left of the Democratic Party wants to delay the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh until after the midterms. Why? Because they think there is going to be a “red wave”, and then he will not be seated at all.
    Senator Feinstein’s role in all this? She has to pretend to care, really care, about Women. She could not care less about Mr. Kavanaugh personally, and whether he gets on the court or not.

    Why does she have to pretend to care? There is a movement afoot, if you haven’t noticed. It’s called Walk Away. An awful lot of Democratic voters are not stupid; they know that this is not what they signed up for, this Democratic Party of today. Old relics like Feinstein, who have already gotten theirs, who have enriched themselves, while in office beyond the wildest dreams of their average constituents, have to keep the charade going for those that follow, or risk perhaps having someone look a little too closely at exactly how they got so stinking rich while serving the public. They can’t afford to let the Party founder.

    She wants the FBI investigating an alleged teenage party, without the slightest bit of evidence to go on?
    Better they spend their time investigating where some of her household income came from, while she employed a Chinese spy.

    Oh, and one more thing, I believe the term for men like Mr. Kunstler, is misanthropist, not misogynist.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 3:05 pm #

      Misanthrope (hatred of mankind) is the singular noun. Misanthropy would be the general noun I suppose, though I’ve never seen it until spell check just endorsed it.

      Misandry is hatred of men. Misandrist (not accepted) should be the singular.

      • Beryl of Oyl September 24, 2018 at 3:53 pm #

        They are starting to use the ‘ist’ ending, so I used it too.
        For equality, or something.

    • Walter B September 24, 2018 at 5:40 pm #

      Excellent post Beryl and the best one yet, although I would heartedly disagree about your assessment of our host. I believe that he is only disappointed in mankind, not a hater. But otherwise your observation were very wise, especially:

      “She wants the FBI investigating an alleged teenage party, without the slightest bit of evidence to go on? Better they spend their time investigating where some of her household income came from, while she employed a Chinese spy”

      Once again vivid evidence that they can fool some of the people all of the time but never all of the people some of the time.

  32. Starr Wars II: The pussy grabs back

  33. Billy Hill September 24, 2018 at 2:53 pm #

    What follows Peak Penis?

    I sense a dismal deflationary spiral rather than the Second Coming.

    • pequiste September 24, 2018 at 5:39 pm #

      There will be a brief refractory period after ejaculatory comments.

      or

      ….it’s going to be a hard act to follow.

    • elysianfield September 24, 2018 at 8:33 pm #

      “I sense a dismal deflationary spiral rather than the Second Coming.”

      Billy,
      Apparently you need to be blue pilled….

  34. Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 3:06 pm #

    Classic Black Pigeon video: How women destroy Nations and Civilizations.

    westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com/2018/09/23/bracken-sends-181/

  35. ccm989 September 24, 2018 at 3:07 pm #

    When I was back in college I had a job in a fast food restaurant during the night shift (4 to 12 midnight). A man came to the all glass windows and exposed himself to the shift workers. Most of them screamed (some with laugher). After he left, I said we had to call the police. Everyone else said why bother. I did anyway. The cop said I was right to call. The guy who starts out exposing himself and gets away with it will try again but the next time it will be a little worse — from exposing himself — to touching — on to rape, etc. Ford may have been Kav’s first time but it probably wasn’t his last.

    • tucsonspur September 24, 2018 at 3:45 pm #

      Did you see the “frightful hog”? Why didn’t you chase the guy?
      Probably the girls laughing. The guys would be thinking how they measure up, and more inclined to let the ‘big fellow’ go.

      Anyway, doesn’t it all come down to penis envy and block the cock?

  36. Luhrenloup September 24, 2018 at 3:10 pm #

    TRICKS OF THE TRADE

    GISH GALLOP:

    The Gish gallop is a technique used during debating that focuses on overwhelming an opponent with as many arguments as possible, without regard for accuracy or strength of the arguments. The term was coined by Eugenie C. Scott and named after the creationist Duane T. Gish, who used the technique frequently against proponents of evolution
    The Gish gallop is a technique used during debating that focuses on overwhelming an opponent with as many arguments as possible, without regard for accuracy or strength of the arguments. The term was coined by Eugenie C. Scott and named after the creationist Duane T. Gish, who used the technique frequently against proponents of evolution

    ARGUMENTUM AD POPULUM:

    In argumentation theory, an argumentum ad populum (Latin for “argument to the people”) is a fallacious argument that concludes that a proposition must be true because many or most people believe it, often concisely encapsulated as: “If many believe so, it is so.”

    BURDEN OF PROOF:

    The burden of proof (Latin: onus probandi) is the obligation of a party in a trial to produce the evidence that will prove the claims they have made against the other party. In a legal dispute, one party is initially presumed to be correct and gets the benefit of the doubt, while the other side bears the burden of proof. When a party bearing the burden of proof meets its burden, the burden of proof switches to the other side.

    ATTEMPTING TO SHIFT THE BURDEN OF PROOF:

    One way in which one would attempt to shift the burden of proof is by committing a logical fallacy known as the argument from ignorance. It occurs when either a proposition is assumed to be true because it has not yet been proved false or a proposition is assumed to be false because it has not yet been proved true.[8][9]

    ARGUMENT FROM IGNORANCE:

    Argument from ignorance (from Latin: argumentum ad ignorantiam), also known as appeal to ignorance (in which ignorancerepresents “a lack of contrary evidence”) is a fallacy in informal logic. It asserts that a proposition is true because it has not yet been proven false or a proposition is false because it has not yet been proven true. This represents a type of false dichotomy in that it excludes a third option, which is that there may have been an insufficient investigation, and therefore there is insufficient information to prove the proposition be either true or false. Nor does it allow the admission that the choices may in fact not be two (true or false), but may be as many as four,
    1. true
    2. false
    3. unknown between true or false
    4. being unknowable (among the first three)

    AD HOMINEM:

    Ad hominem (Latin for “to the person”[1]), short for argumentum ad hominem, is a fallacious argumentative strategy whereby genuine discussion of the topic at hand is avoided by instead attacking the character, motive, or other attribute of the person making the argument, or persons associated with the argument, rather than attacking the substance of the argument itself.[2]The terms ad mulierem[3] and ad feminam[4] have been used specifically when the person receiving the criticism is female.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 10:07 pm #

      I find many female posters, lets call them Fish in honor of Gish, will throw everything but the kitchen sink at their opponents without caring that the many arguments contradict each other. The only objective is to “win” by defeating their opponent – without ever having to defend their own thesis.

  37. FincaInTheMountains September 24, 2018 at 3:36 pm #

    Chronicles of the World Civil War in the USA

    Bad News: Hillary Triumphs

    Trump at some point seemingly becoming demoralized, Alex Jones was cut off from Paypal and cut off from all other sources of funding, the Republican FOX-5 spiels anti-Trump propaganda, compared to which Clinton’s channel 7 is an example of objectivity, but the most important thing that Hillary and her flying monkeys are clearly celebrating a major victory and I see no other grounds for this celebration, except for the downed Russian IL-20 plane in Syria and the resulting deterioration in Russian-Israeli relations.

    This can be seen primarily from an interview with Stephen Colbert, who became famous for the question to President Trump: “So how Vladimir Putin’s ass tastes like?”

    And since officially she is not the head of the Deep State of the USA, she came to this show in civilian clothes, but this time she did not try to look her usual beauty of Balzac’s age, but appeared before her followers, whom it would be more correct to call her soldiers, like wise and experienced and wrinkled commander-in-chief, who, like Churchill, seemed to be about to pull out and light a cigar.

    And this interview is actually a speech of this commander-in-chief before her army’s transition to an offensive in connection with the changed military disposition and the transition to a strategic offensive.

    It consists of several clips, and in this clip Clinton describes the deadly danger that the present crisis poses for the United States thanks to certain criminals who used Trump for this:

    youtube.com/watch?v=joy3X_GJavY

    In this video, she explains that this is a constitutional crisis and it can not be resolved by the November elections, and only the impeachment or the removal of Trump by Mueller’s commission with the help of the 25th amendment can save the US.

    youtube.com/watch?v=U7vOB2kcr9c

    And in this clip she openly said that these scoundrels who attacked America in 2016, like the Japanese attacking Pearl Harbor, are Russians, and that Russia and the United States are at war.

    youtube.com/watch?v=hxbJIpCbLY4

    As you understand, she could’ve prepared such a speech only if she knew in advance about an event that changed the strategic balance and allowed her to go on the offensive.

    And its success is determined not only by the conflict between the defense ministries of Russia and Israel, who can not come to a common opinion about what actually happened, but also an outbreak of almost Nuremberg-style anti-Semitism in the Russian Internet(RuNet), a residue from which remains even if the defense ministries settle their differences.

    • tucsonspur September 24, 2018 at 4:14 pm #

      She could have pulled a cigar out of her ass and they would have frolicked and cheered. Her troops are mesmerized.

      She’s a dangerous old frump, making accusations and claims against this administration that are certainly more applicable to her.

      Some say the Russians should take her out. Give Mueller a real investigation.

      Speaking of Churchill, it was he who said of John Foster Dulles what could very well be applied to Trump; “he’s a bull who carries his China shop with him”.

      • FincaInTheMountains September 24, 2018 at 4:20 pm #

        This is going to be a long war.

        We probably have not even entered the Battle of Moscow in 1941 – long way to Reichstag in May of 1945.

  38. The cases against Kavanaugh are piling up.

    Bulldog Avenatti is on the case. Now its a drug fueled conspiracy of gang rape in high school with multiple victims and multiple perps.

    Bring an umbrella- It’s going to be raining tits and ass in the committee room soon.

    • FincaInTheMountains September 24, 2018 at 4:10 pm #

      Snack pack here together with fat-ass jane are quickly evolving into the wardens of this particular community.

      Kneel down and kiss the ring of your Master.

      • Sean Coleman September 25, 2018 at 10:40 am #

        Possibly the same poster. I wonder if Snack is using a fake email address too. And one or two others on this thread. Sharyl Attkisson calls it astroturf. My own theory is mental illness, specifically manic depression.

    • tucsonspur September 24, 2018 at 4:27 pm #

      Love it! Raining tits and ass in the committee room soon. Okay, so you left something out.

  39. Dumbedup September 24, 2018 at 4:45 pm #

    I still believe Anita Hill. But what the hell; why have one when you can have two.

  40. FincaInTheMountains September 24, 2018 at 5:10 pm #

    Rosenstein fired from the delation of New York Times?

    Timeo Danaos et dona ferentes -I fear the Danaans, even those bearing gifts.?

  41. Kafkaesque September 24, 2018 at 5:12 pm #

    Nixon’s dick, we hard…. Ly knew ye b

  42. malthuss September 24, 2018 at 5:22 pm #

    This was a peak oil blog.
    Now it is a tabloid like thing.

  43. erik September 24, 2018 at 5:25 pm #

    Many years ago I lived for quite some years in Europe, mostly France and Italy. Citizens there of both sexes were always utterly nonplussed by American women who were offended and outraged when they accepted an invitation from a guy to visit his residence and were then subjected to sexual advances. French and Italian women of the time simply understood that such an invitation was an invitation to have sex and, knowing that, they would not accept unless they were prepared to get it on. This was a good thing. It kept things much clearer.

    I honestly believe that today’s Democrats are so desperate to avoid the court going they way it will go, that they will resort to anything. I don’t really think this shit came from the top down though. Instead I think Individual women who are so thoroughly imbued with the “resist” movement’s ideology, that the idea germinates in their heads and they think : “I went to school with this guy (or I grew up in the same town with him) and I knew who he was. I can cook up a story about him assaulting me. He’ll have to deny it in public and that’ll derail his appointment. I can be a heroine of the resistance and years later I can brag on it about how I pulled off the disinformation coup of the year”.
    In Britain, libel laws apply to these cases, but here if a person is a “public figure” any sort of defamatory things can be said or published and the person doing it faces neither criminal nor civil liability. This is a serious lapse in the law.
    I think these unsubstantiated stories people dredge up from the distant past should be dismissed out of hand and there should be a statute of limitations, both civil and criminal that should apply. The attitude really should be that if you were that upset about something that happened 36 years ago, you should have said something about it at the time or soon thereafter.

    • Sean Coleman September 26, 2018 at 9:03 am #

      I think you are right about it being more bottom-up than top-down.

      A good comparison would be Wikipedia, which almost always takes the pc line. For example it is dismissive of critics of AGW and there is room to believe that some of this censorship might be organized. Wiki cannot even bring itself to describe Rupert Sheldrake as a scientist and his blog contains an interesting section about the Guerrilla Skeptics group, which patrols Wikipedia for the merest hint of ‘pseudoscience’ heresy. However my feeling is that Wikipedia, just like the media, is self-censoring. The media were subjected to organized intimidation over Trump but they ended up going for him all by themselves. And the women who step forward in accusations like this do it all by themselves too.

  44. wm5135 September 24, 2018 at 5:41 pm #

    “….smells like victory, someday this war will be over”

    something does matter and it is the only thing that matters – Tribal Victory.

    when this incident is swept behind and the court is packed and your campaign against social justice complete, you will have won the same type of victory as won in Viet Nam.

    This time will be different, the bill for the outcome will be delivered to your children and their children. The price is the destruction of our constitutional republic and the rule of law.

    “I love the smell of Napalm in the morning….”

    The conseravatives are Right, dead right. Bend over and grap those boot straps – winning!

    • ozone September 24, 2018 at 7:25 pm #

      wm,
      I’ve also tried to warn of the same, but it seems that all due diligence and calm appraisal engendered by dispassionate patience must fall before the mighty sword* of pinheaded ideological fevers uncooled or tempered on ANY “side”. Goldwater’s fateful maxim has come back to claim the republic (and slay it for good and all) in the name of fear and the dreadful power of hate; the whirlwind is nearly ripe for the reaping. The authoritarians march and the smell of hypocritical rot is on the wind. May they take the ascendant and be damned by their inflexibility.

      “Today we will be married, and all the people from the village will be there;
      And all the freaks and sailors that she knows will be there,
      to congratulate us…
      …I will carry her across the threshold, and I will make dim the light;
      I will attempt to spend my love within her, I will try with all my might.
      She’ll laugh at my *mighty sword, she’ll laugh at my *mighty sword…
      Why must everybody laugh at my *mighty sword…

      Maybe we’re both crazy, I just don’t know;
      Maybe that’s why I love her so…”

      — Randy Newman, “A Wedding in Cherokee County”

      • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 9:23 pm #

        In other words, you don’t believe “the women”? Bravo!

  45. trypillian September 24, 2018 at 5:43 pm #

    The lady doth protest too much, methinks. Kavanaugh looks rather dodgy. It is obvious he is simply a purveror of propaganda for the president, notwithstanding the malevolent phallus in question.

    • capt spaulding September 24, 2018 at 6:00 pm #

      If he winds up on the Supreme Court, maybe instead of a gavel, they’ll let him use his dildo.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 6:30 pm #

      He wasn’t going to push for a ban on abortion, but now after being treated so shabbily, he will.

      • Majella September 24, 2018 at 8:15 pm #

        There’s a great character reference for him.

        • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 10:23 pm #

          Dish water liquid? Relax Maj, it’s mild. Oh it’s more than just mild….

  46. aibohphobia September 24, 2018 at 6:04 pm #

    Hmm, that settles it– Kavanaugh IS the most virtuous of all political figures within the last 100 years.

    I seem to remember that, long before Monica and the debasement of cigars of one sort and another in the Oval Office, a drunken Arkansas Governor by the name of William Jefferson Clinton had a female supporter brought into his hotel room by the Ark. State Police. He showed her the red face of his “frightful hog,” very much against her will.
    This same politician is still traveling the land making speeches that are well-received by Democrats. Does anyone remember HER name? Or the names of the many other women that received this treatment from an adult in political office, who was never charged for these crimes, and never brought to court??
    Democrats, until you clean your own house, don’t bother me with might-have-beens on college students from long ago.

    • pequiste September 24, 2018 at 9:24 pm #

      Well, what did you expect?

      The state’s famous football team is the Razorbacks after all…

      “Calling the hogs!”

      uark.edu/athletics/traditions.php

      Wooooooooo. Pig. Sooie!
      Wooooooooo. Pig. Sooie!
      Wooooooooo. Pig. Sooie! Razorbacks!

      Sotto voce: I pray that Ms. Ramirez shall be able to titilate the assembled with an intimate description of the offending gristle.

      • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 12:00 pm #

        Reminds me of the bonfire at some football fest, where someone was killed.

        huge bonfire.

  47. SoftStarLight September 24, 2018 at 6:27 pm #

    Happy Monday and thank you Mr. Kunstler for the giggles!! Still looking like unsubstantiated allegations. It’s gonna be super funny when it all caves in. I’m feeling like that terrible man organ may not be the thing to be most scared of lol. It may be the ones who want one and control too!

  48. StillFarmin September 24, 2018 at 7:15 pm #

    Aww, whatsamatta Jim?

    Are we feeling a bit poopypants ’cause the hand-picked protector of the Orange Leader of White 1950s America is heading south in a hurry?

    Blaming the victim(s)? Mocking them?

    Written like a man who doesn’t get any and isn’t expecting to again before he croaks from old crotchitiness.

    Good luck with that tack, wingers.

    You’ll need it.

  49. Pucker September 24, 2018 at 8:03 pm #

    Apparently, after the Emancipation Proclamation, there were draft riots in the North, particularly among the Irish in New York City; Union recruitment plummeted as people dodged en mass the draft out of protest of Emancipation. Lincoln and Grant compensated by recruiting former slaves into the Union armies. The negro soldiers in Mississippi would have been poorly trained and would have been witness to the Yankee soldiers depredations and raping, pillaging, and despoiling of white farms. The South capitulates in the face of the threat of a negro occupation. Lincoln and Grant’s quid pro quo: The Confederacy capitulates and in exchange the Yankees allow the Southern whites to disarm the negroes and restore order? Pure political expediency; very nasty?

  50. Pucker September 24, 2018 at 8:51 pm #

    Both Grant and Sherman took their young sons on military campaigns, like “a day at the office.” Grant’s son, Fred, was wounded in Mississippi. Sherman’s son, Willy, was killed in Tennessee. Weird…creepy….

    Very obtuse….

    “Can I go, daddy?! Can I go?! Awe, shucks! I don’t get to have any fun!”

  51. wm5135 September 24, 2018 at 8:55 pm #

    “Four sorrows are certain to be visited on the United States.

    First, there will be a state of perpetual war.

    Second is a loss of democracy and Constitutional rights as the presidency eclipses Congress and is itself transformed from a co-equal ‘executive branch’ of government into a military junta.

    Third is the replacement of truth by propaganda, disinformation, and the glorification of war, power, and the military legions.

    Lastly, there is bankruptcy, as the United States pours its economic resources into ever more grandiose military projects and shortchanges the education, health, and safety of its citizens.”

    Chalmers Johnson, The Sorrows of Empire, 2005

    Hubris is the executioner of compassion and thus of humanity itself.

    I am an old man so I can wish that you all receive what you wish for. Being a mean spirited asshole I hope that it resides with you for eternity.

    When it comes to the gift that keeps giving STDs hold no candle to abuse of the human spirit.

    • SoftStarLight September 24, 2018 at 9:16 pm #

      That’s kinda dark, don’t you think?

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 9:27 pm #

      Yes, women are better haters than men for the most part – and Feminism is an actual school of hatred that creates it, sharpens it, aims it, and assuages all guilt for it. A complete program for the weapnization and maintainance of feminine hatred towards men. What Nation of Civilization could withstand that?

      • SoftStarLight September 24, 2018 at 9:58 pm #

        Because not all women hate men. It isn’t true.

        • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 10:09 pm #

          Your statement would be true if all but One women didn’t hate men. Care to be more specific, big I don’t know what you are?

          • SoftStarLight September 24, 2018 at 11:14 pm #

            Lol that is a little deceptive at the outset. The specifics are my own experience. I don’t see this mass hate of men. I don’t live it. That is really it. Maybe I am sheltered.

          • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 11:41 pm #

            I believe you right, but the Modern West is very, very destructive to women and their relations with men. Not great for men and children either….

            As to whether it’s some, many, or most women hating men – I just don’t know. In any case, many others love them in a way that cannot be fruitful or conducive to peace and the well being of society.

          • SoftStarLight September 25, 2018 at 12:10 am #

            Well communication is important in any relationship. Maybe the men of the country should demand a new code of conduct for women, the way women did to men. That may force a re-negotiation of the terms?

    • pequiste September 24, 2018 at 9:44 pm #

      “Hubris is the executioner of compassion and thus of humanity itself.”

      Rammed Johnson’s four prophesies home with that phrase WM.

      Are those your words? If so; profound and most troubling.

      What the Evil Bastards have done – via popular culture, academia and other forms of social engineering – is that they’ve removed what little love remained from the act and now it’s just a brutal fucking made worse – a gang rape followed by a snuff.

      We see part of the results in Senate hearings for various government positions. And all of the time it can be (ob)seen in video games, the “cinema”, and with quotidian happenings from Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan to Chicago.

      Planned Parenthood has nothing to worry about other than the competition.

      An abortion of the spirit.

      • SoftStarLight September 24, 2018 at 11:31 pm #

        Agreed! And don’t forget subliminal messaging.

  52. Holten-Arms alumni coming forward. Apparently the booze soaked atmosphere at this private high school evince a major den of rapey behavior.

    I reckon by the time we’re through with this, we’ll see some suicides and divorces at the very least. But I don’t know. Alumni from Holten-Arms ended up in the highest ranks of business and government.

    What we will find out about his phallus-waving experience at Yale? A similarly outfitted den of super-empowered people are now adult professionals, and we get closer and closer to the incriminating photographs. What will this look like? I have no idea but the FBI will have to get involved if only to assess the authenticity of any materials that pass before the committee.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 10:14 pm #

      Our experiments with artificial wombs are nearing completion. Soon we won’t need women at all to reproduce! In the meantime, we will use egg banks and Oriental Women to bear the fertilized eggs – cue in maniacal laughter!

      We’re not going extinct – just the race of Liberal White Women, allies of all that is evil. Fatherhood, yes. Wives, no. For now. We will recreate our Women as they should be once the Cathedral/Synagogue falls.

    • SoftStarLight September 24, 2018 at 11:39 pm #

      Which makes the “conspiracy” idea of a secret, all-powerful cabal involved in international human trafficking and much worse seem all the more real. Worse than the deep state? Or maybe they are one and the same.

      • hmuller September 25, 2018 at 12:32 am #

        All this talk of teenage drinking, kissing, and penis waving is very amusing and distracting. But here’s what I think is important.

        Sooner or later, Trump will get his loyal man on to the Supreme Court, if not Kavanaugh, the next guy. And when he does, look out!

        52,000 sealed federal indictments will get unsealed and the bad guys will get rounded up and tried by military tribunals for sedition, corruption, racketeering, murder, pedophilia, human trafficking, narcotics, money laundering, the list goes on and on.

        It will look like a martial law coup (or counter coup) and be very disruptive – but necessary. We’ll finally purge the bastards from power. And who are they, you may ask? They go by many names – deep state, globalists, new world order, cabal, illuminati, Luciferians, oligarchy, kleptocracy, etc.

        • SoftStarLight September 25, 2018 at 1:06 am #

          Omg yes, I have heard about the sealed indictments. It’s going to be a whole lot of the ruling class from what it sounds like. It even sounds like the Vatican is involved. President Trump started wrecking their party in 2016. Thank the Lord!

        • If they are sealed, how do you know?

          Maybe it’s suburban homeowners who employ illegals to mow their lawns

          • hmuller September 25, 2018 at 10:44 am #

            SnackCake,

            First, a paid service for lawyers “Pacer.gov” keeps track of many judicial matters including how many sealed indictments have been filed in federal courts. So I’m not just imagining all this (lest you were wondering)

            Secondly, you could be right; maybe the indictments are to go after gangs of illegal alien nannies, or jaywalkers on federal grazing land.

            Thirdly, by way of comparison, typically 1,000 sealed indictments are filed in federal courts during a year. 52,000 in the last nine months is off the charts unusual.

            So believe what you will, I suspect the enemies of Trump are being targeted.

        • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 11:57 am #

          last I heard, it was 40,000 ‘seal indictments.’

          And that was almost 2 years back.

          • elysianfield September 25, 2018 at 4:37 pm #

            “last I heard, it was 40,000 ‘seal indictments”

            Malthuss,
            Leave them alone…no seal ever called me “nigger”….

          • hmuller September 25, 2018 at 9:37 pm #

            Malthuss, your memory is mistaken (or we’re into the Mandela Effect). The build up in sealed indictments began about 10 months ago. The number passed 40,483 as of the end of June 2018 and has continued to climb since then. See abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread1211995/pg1

    • Figaro September 25, 2018 at 1:19 pm #

      Involve the FBI? That corrupt, despicable, and dishonored nest of
      liars and seditionists? Why bother? Why not just hand the case
      over to a Star Chamber for a predetermined verdict? Just be sure
      to get a FISA warrant first. And a dossier. Don’t forget the dossier.
      If you can’t pay for it, Obama and Hillary will.

  53. JohnAZ September 24, 2018 at 10:10 pm #

    Change the subject for a second.

    The price of oil is back over 72 dollars on news that OPEC, i.e. Saudi Arabia will not increase output even after being asked by Trump et al. Hmmm! Could it be that maybe they can’t and the supply limits are being reached that the Peak oilers have predicted. If so , the price will just continue to increase and the global competition will just skyrocket. Sanctions against Iran are not going to help. Better “make a deal”.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 24, 2018 at 10:18 pm #

      How dare you change the subject, the sacred subject? Oil? What’s that? I use olive oil. Stop worrying. We can run everything on vodka and grain alcohol. Put me in charge and I’d tap into the Polar Lights. Think there’s not a lot of energy up there? How do you think the UFOS “do it”? Cosmic energy, my friend.

  54. KesaAnna September 24, 2018 at 10:51 pm #

    Unless you really are the Virgin Mary , in which case the issue doesn’t concern you in any way , anyway ,

    The best protection for any sexual proclivity , whether getting it on with cattle and horses is your thing , or you are a high dollar escort ,

    is privacy and the status qou.

    Simple as that.

    Be you perpetrator who will become victim , victim , sort of — victim , or hapless bystander who was standing in the wrong spot when the piano fell out of the sky.

    Sexual revolutions always have ugly endings.

    This isn’t the first time things have played out this way , and the result has always been the same.

    Anyone here old enough to remember free love , open marriage , orgies , and all that sort of thing back in 1975 ?

    Or , are we still pretending it is still like that now ?

    The Middle Ages , with its monasteries , convents , flagellants , and ascetics , in comparison to this , looks like the great age of the libertines.

    in the supposedly prim , white bread 19th to mid – 20th century , any town that was more than a village had its red light district.

    The situation now , 50 years after the vaunted sexual revolution ?

    Left-wing or right-wing , gay activist or Evangelical , you are all a bunch of hysterical pussies who see a pervert behind every tree , and you are all miserable celibates who , more often than not , aren’t getting any .

    Common sense — and hypocrisy , will prevail in the end.

    Because all of this misery and suffering is just so much futile running around in circles.

    The revolution , like so many revolutions before it , is going nowhere.

  55. KesaAnna September 24, 2018 at 11:16 pm #

    The problem of over-population —

    There is no such problem.

    the problem is the same as it was 2,000 years ago ;

    The people you like and value the least , and being consequently the people with the fewest resources , have lots and lots of children

    — and rightly so , because , failing all else , your children will be your allies and your social safety net.

    Death and taxes are inevitable the aristocrats say.

    — Also inevitable is the fact that any promise made by the aristocracy to the peasantry cannot be depended on.

    Again , your best bet is to ignore the horse shit the aristocracy tries to peddle to you , and have children.

    The people you like and value the most , who have had every advantage and have drunk to full measure the bounty of civilization , have few or no children.

    Birth control and abortion has always been the fetish of the well – heeled .

    You are in trouble because you are out-numbered , and you will lose because you are out-numbered .

    THAT is your , ” over-population ” .

    • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 3:18 pm #

      Over-population is a huge problem. Catholic Theology, so beautiful and profound anent the Way of Christ to Heaven, is simply not competent in this matter. Christ said he would send the Holy Spirit to teach us things he didn’t have time to teach us. This is obviously just such a matter. But the Holy Spirit can’t teach us if we won’t even acknowledge a problem and ask for help.

  56. jloughrey September 25, 2018 at 12:37 am #

    I’m confused. Does JHK support the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh? Because I’ve only seen him attack the women who are accusing Kavanaugh of sexual assault. It seems that JHK like many others has fallen for the bait, while the fact remains that Kavanaugh is not fit to serve a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court. Kavenaugh has lied under oath multiple times, and Republicans have kept nearly all information about him under wraps.

    The real question JHK and the rest of us should be concerned about, is that if Kavenaugh is not a sexual predator, then what are Republicans hiding? Surely it must be worse. After all, Republicans are trying to ram through Kavanaugh’s appointment ASAP without proper vetting. These same Republicans obstructed Obama’s Supreme Court pick for an unprecedented 293 days because it was “too important” of a decision to make in an election year. We are currently in another election year; why the rush now? How is Republican obstructionism of Obama’s pick any less despicable than what Democrats are now accused of doing with Kavanaugh?

    I don’t know anyone who regards themselves as liberal or progressive who isn’t alarmed at the prospect of the Supreme Court going to the extreme right for at least a generation. Women deserve to know what Kavanaugh is about, because their reproductive rights are at stake. Why are Dr. Christine Ford and Deborah Ramirez being summarily dismissed by people such as JHK before a proper hearing has even taken place? Why is it hard to believe these women’s stories even if they happened 30 years ago, while the credibility of men who who accuse Catholic priests of sexually abusing them 30 years prior is never questioned?

    JHK implies that if any sexual impropriety did in fact occur, the woman had it coming because she had been drinking. This is exactly why women don’t come forward when they are sexually assaulted: they are blamed, shamed, discounted and seldom believed. Christine Ford should not have to move out of her own home and go into hiding because there have been threats on her and her family’s life. Despite this, she is still willing to testify. Someone who is lying is not going to risk all of that, not to mention their career.

    If you are a man, you simply do not understand the rape culture and the power that men wield over women on a daily basis.

    • SoftStarLight September 25, 2018 at 1:23 am #

      I think it is because the narrative lacks believability, and Democrats have used this exact same tactic for too long. Diane Feinstein is the real culprit. If she really believed Ms. Ford’s story and was committed to justice she would have come forward with the letter in July. If we as a country want to go down this path then any allegation can bring a man down. It’s all a sham. Meanwhile, just like feminists are perfect for…they have made the lives of real victims and every day women that much harder.

      • What about the 100,000 pages of documents from the candidate’s tenure that remain unreleased?

        Its like they don’t want a thorough and public vetting of this candidate… probably because most rational people find anti-choice fascism abhorrent.

        They tried to pull a fast one on Americans… and failed.

        • hmuller September 26, 2018 at 4:24 pm #

          What’s the deal about Obama’s academic records and transcripts being sealed? Are they hiding something besides poor grades? Like foreign student status.

          When Sheriff Arpaio showed the Obama birth certificate to be a poorly executed computer cut and paste fraud, why did no loyal left-wingers challenge those findings?

          Why can no professor or student remember Obama during the two years he supposedly attended Columbia (other than his Pakistani boyfriend)?

          Yes, little snack cake, life is full of secrets, mysteries, and cover ups.

    • elysianfield September 25, 2018 at 4:44 pm #

      “If you are a man, you simply do not understand the rape culture and the power that men wield over women on a daily basis.”

      J,
      But we men full well understand the power that women wield…also on a daily basis…or do you consider power being wielded a one way street?

    • cbeard September 26, 2018 at 11:59 am #

      The Republicans are in power therefore they can ram through their judicial nominee. If the dems had been in the majority, you can bet they would have put their man, woman, morphodite into the court.

  57. FincaInTheMountains September 25, 2018 at 2:23 am #

    Cultural News

    Marina Abramovich got a blow over her head with a picture in the courtyard of the Florentine Museum, where her exposition takes place.

    Viva mia amata Italia!

    I don’t want to write about this muck (I’m talking about Abramovich). About her and her “art” is written enough from the very beginning of the so-called pizza-gate.

    If you want to understand anything: study pizza-gate, study the Iranian deal, study the Clinton cash, study the Hilly’s servers and emails. These are the cornerstones of what is happening.

    Modern art is often an accomplice in crimes. Here is this favorite of Podestas and Hollywood sissy woman – a splendid example of the impact on the brain with her occultism and pseudo-cannibalism and is generally unknown what they actually do in her sessions of spirit cooking.

    Of course, a man who smacked her with his portrait of her is imputed insanity.

    But not far off is the time when all these celebrities will not be able to reach their car in time, so that they are not smeared in shit for their participation in all their abominations, especially against children.

    The people are on the edge, not so long ago in Texas ?, I do not remember exactly in which state, the judge found on his porch the corpse of the pedophile, whom he dismissed from the courtroom.

    The civil war is on the increase.

    Until Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the US Supreme Court, nothing will move.

    This confirmation has long turned into a shameful circus. The scenario involving allegedly almost victim of sexual violence who is weak in memory department, weak in booze department, and weak in down there department, according to the recollections of classmates, a hereditary clown-ess, is even dumber than the scenarios of British poisonings.

  58. KesaAnna September 25, 2018 at 6:29 am #

    ” … what are Republicans hiding? ”

    The same thing Democrats are hiding.

    The same thing the United States as a whole is hiding.

    My figures are seven or eight years old , but my seven or eight year old figures say ;

    If you rolled all the worlds navies into one , it still wouldn’t equal the firepower of the U.S. Navy.

    how you spend your money does not indicate that you want a republic , that respects either right-wing police officers , or left-wing rape victims.

    You talk like Swedes but act like Russians . You describe Iceland , but the reality looks more like China.

    Except when it comes to acting like control-freaks Russians and Chinese look half-assed and lazy.

    • Walter B September 25, 2018 at 8:04 am #

      And what is the one dominant feature shared by all Control Freaks?

      While they may strive to control all those abounr them, the one party that they never truly have control over, is themselves.

  59. FincaInTheMountains September 25, 2018 at 7:00 am #

    Mitch McConnell:

    I want to be perfectly clear what is taking place, Senate Democrats and their allies are trying to destroy a man’s personal and professional life on the basis of decades-old allegations that are unsubstantiated and uncoordinated. That is where we are. This is what the so-called resistance has become. A smear campaign pure and simple, aided and abetted by members of the United States Senate.

    youtube.com/watch?v=QoplfrVLBJo

    • capt spaulding September 25, 2018 at 7:47 am #

      But in the meantime, we’ll just hang on to these 100,000 pages of documents. They’ll just get in the way, and nobody really cares about that pesky stuff anyway. Now let’s hurry up and vote.

  60. bibliomaniac September 25, 2018 at 8:43 am #

    Erections have consequences.

  61. FincaInTheMountains September 25, 2018 at 9:07 am #

    On Thursday, there will be another circus with Kavanaugh.

    He’ll be confirmed, sooner or later, FISA warrants will be made public, and on October 3, the presidential warning service is scheduled for testing.

    When voters will receive SMS messages:

    “Dear voter, I declare a state of emergency. With love, President Trump.”

    theepochtimes.com/president-trump-declares-national-emergency-over-global-rights-abuses-and-corrupti…

    Legally, US have a state of emergency since 12/21 of the last year. Because of crime. But the system of warning should be tested in case of introduction of the National Guard on the subject straightening up the brains of paid and voluntary radicals – like AntiFa.

    So maybe the election will be held under a watchful eye of man with a rifle. With National Guard. To save citizens, elections and the Republic.

    For the clowns nominated too many candidates whose place is in prison, and not in the Congress.

  62. beantownbill. September 25, 2018 at 10:38 am #

    The Republicans indeed are trying to ram through Kavanaugh’s confirmation. They are obviously concerned about the November elections. Why wait until after the elections, thus opening up a chance to block Kavanaugh, when right now they have a Congressional majority. If I was a Repug, I’d push for a hearing and vote this week; it’s thoroughly understandable.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 1:48 pm #

      Yes, there’s a difference between contest and combat. Contest is a boxing match, with rules, rounds, doctors, and titles. Combat has none of those but it’s more important: for you life. Combat is when some madman is trying to kill you. Now many ordinary Americans have realized how deeply the Democrats hate us and realize that they have been practicing combat against us for many years. And that means Roberts Rules are out and It’s Victory by any means necessary. No guilt since the other side are savages and have no rights. So needless to say, we have adopted the same mindset.

      But yes, the Right and Center are still full of bozos who think that the rules matter more than the result – as if this was still a contest and not combat. There are no Leftists like this and since the Left has taken over the Democratic Party – I’ll leave you to supply the conclusion to the syllogism. And from here? Well War is the extension of politics by other means. No guilt: the Left destroyed civil politics in America. It only takes one. If someone is practicing combat against you, you can’t stick to the rules. Only a bozo would do that.

      • JohnAZ September 25, 2018 at 2:08 pm #

        Janos

        Very well said. If the conservatives do not get into the trenches and slug it out in a unified manner, like Trump, I fear for the future.

        RINO’s suck!

  63. beantownbill. September 25, 2018 at 10:40 am #

    BTW, my personal opinion is that something’s rotten in Denmark.

    • The Repubs made a promise to Evangelicals, unredeemed sinners, and Muslim fanatics they would take away the right to an abortion.

      Frankly, it’s not really a subject I think they care about. But it’s a bloc they pander to, and if a little fascism is the price of power, they’ll pay it

  64. pequiste September 25, 2018 at 10:48 am #

    Might I suggest more proposed soundtrack for the Supreme’s Senate hearings:

    Sylvia’s “Pillow Talk”.

    youtube.com/watch?v=qefR9IimWmQ

    Make it like at a boxing or wrestling match where the music is played as the star witness or candidate enters the room.

    Probably too erotic or at minimum suggestive (were not the 70’s great – pure Disco – one-night stands before AIDS!) and certainly not raw, disgusting or rough enough for either The Resistance or The Republicans.

    However, his would make fabulous intro, bumper and outro (closing credits) music for a Baghdad-on-the-Potomac TeeVee or radio show appropriately titled “Pillow Talk”. Think of the parade of political pecadilloes and perversions provided by persons-of-interest, playas, Pinkos, pornographers, pikers, presstitutes, power brokers….career civil servants probably being the most wicked. Wink wink.

    Now contemplate the most appropriate host for such a program — my head is spinning.

  65. Figaro September 25, 2018 at 10:57 am #

    Motive, motive, motive. I suggest Ford’s motive for her very belated
    accusation is based on Kavanaugh’s supposed opposition to
    abortion. For 5 years (2006-2011) Ford was Director of Biostatistics
    for Corcept, a pharmaceutical company whose only product is the abortion pill Korlym. If Ford is a dedicated supporter of abortion rights, then her intention to destroy Kavanaugh before he becomes an SC judge is perfectly logical in my opinion. Christine Blasey Ford, willing to risk everything as the self-anointed defender of women’s abortion rights and an unmitigated liar who believes the end justifies the means.

    And now we learn that Ford may not appear before the senate
    at all. She should be subpoenaed and brought before that body in shackles if necessary.

    • “supposed opposition”? His prior rulings pretty much amount to significant interference with the medical choice of women to obtain legal abortions.

      As for your other fake news claims,

      “Korlym is a glucocorticoid receptor antagonist that is indicated to control hyperglycemia associated with Cushing’s syndrome, a rare, debilitating endocrine disorder.”

      Shes scheduled to appear and testify on Thursday.

        • Ah, I see, a progesterone blocker that works against Cushing’s disease with a side effect of stopping pregnancy.

          But so what? Abortions aren’t wrong and nothing of value is lost.

          Count me in as a dedicated supporter of abortion rights.

          • beantownbill. September 25, 2018 at 1:41 pm #

            Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t recall God ever stating, “Thou shalt not abort”. Of course there’s a prohibition against murder, but it is an open question if a 1st trimester fetus is a human being. To date, God hasn’t made a decree stating abortion is murder, so until he does, I guess I’m a wholehearted supporter of terminating pregnancy if a woman so desires.

          • pequiste September 25, 2018 at 1:50 pm #

            And what about capital punishment?

            All in favor of a woman’s right to choose also raise your hand for Society’s right to chuse the death penalty by execution for criminals duly convicted after being given full due process of law for heinous crimes.

          • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 1:56 pm #

            The Hippocratic Oath forbids abortion. Now since the Medical Establishment is for abortion, why didn’t they just scrap the Oath and create their own? Ah, but that’s not how evil operates: it is a parasite on the Good. So they keep the name Hippocratic and just deleted the part they didn’t like. What hypocrisy, eh? The Devil is ever the Ape of God. Or as Tolkien said, Evil cannot create, it can only imitate.

            All genuine religion forbid abortion. You admit you don’t have much interest in religion and don’t know very much about it. I do.

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 2:50 pm #

            Janos

            arcc-cdac.ca/postionpapers/71-Abortion-Hippocratic-Oath.PDF

            “No… Other texts in the Hippocratic corpus discuss abortion as if there were no prohibitions, describing it as something women were “always doing”. In one section of Diseases
            of Women, a text attributed to Hippocrates, a pregnant slave is advised to jump up and down repeatedly, touching her heels to her buttocks, in order to expel the seed. A range of abortion methods were routinely used in the ancient world, including herbs, drugs, and physical techniques”.

            It is in any case not very relevant, as the Hippocratic Oath has been superseded in both the US and the UK by updated codes of professional ethics.

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 2:51 pm #

            Apologies, I omitted the question ‘Does the Oath Prohibit Abortion? ‘ at the start of the quote that says ‘No’.

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 3:12 pm #

            “All in favor of a woman’s right to choose also raise your hand for Society’s right to chuse the death penalty by execution for criminals duly convicted after being given full due process of law for heinous crimes.”

            My hand is up. Society already has the right to choose the death penalty, though, so my vote is unnecessary.

            I am for Society’s right to choose – I just hope as many Societies as possible will make the choice that makes them better than the criminals they might consider judicially killing.

            Obviously once the Long Emergency kicks in properly, such things will happen in a more summary fashion. It won’t be the only civilisational achievement that will be lost.

  66. Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 1:59 pm #

    If a drunk driver kills a pregnant woman driving to an abortion center, they will often be charged with double murder. Yet the woman, had she lived, would have been charged with nothing. What a horrible double standard!

    • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 2:09 pm #

      Interesting point. And if only the baby survives, will they carry out the mother’s wishes and euthanize?

      • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 2:31 pm #

        Apparently babies do sometimes survive abortion. The are usually left to die in a bucket or something. Some abortionists probably notice the possibility and kill the baby surreptitiously while still in the birth canal with a quick scissors thru the skull.

        In this Kali Yuga, the womb of the mother is the most dangerous place on Earth.

        • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 2:58 pm #

          Apparently
          Apparently
          Apparently
          Apparently–wtf?

          You know and I know [and perhaps steeleje knows] there are plenty of live babies, once the ‘fetus’ gets half way thru its gestation…and you probably know why saline ‘procedures’ became passe.

          The Goosenell murder trial.
          The Edelin [circa 1974] murder trial.
          Oh, oddly both those ‘Doctors’ were mulattoes.

          • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 3:07 pm #

            I was talking down to the grazers. Calm down. Control yourself! Do you hate babies as much as I do? I have to force myself to write these diatribes for the love of God!

            I don’t hate all babies, or really any of them, except when they cry. Also I always check to see if they are the same color as the mom. But even then I don’t hate them per se. I just want to deport them!

      • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 2:39 pm #

        As you pointed out to me yourself, Exscotticus, you can’t even be convicted of the murder of the woman if you’re ‘just’ a drunk driver and not a driver on a premeditated mission to kill someone. So it’s odd that two days later you find it an interesting point. It’s a wrong point.

        • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 2:48 pm #

          I said no such thing; I said society recognizes context and intent as mitigating circumstances—both morally and legally.

          A drunk driver would be charged with vehicular manslaughter and DWI.

          You apparently see no difference between this hypothetical and one in which the man plotted to kill the woman over a period of months (i.e., not a crime of passion).

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 2:52 pm #

            I think we have both agreed that the drunk driver would not be charged with murder, which was my point.

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 2:53 pm #

            And of course I see the difference. Janos didn’t seem to be seeing it, since he thought the drunk driver would be charged with murder.

          • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 2:55 pm #

            When janos says “murder”, I assume he’s being colloquial and not technical. Jeez, do we have to all be lawyers to make a comment, now?

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 3:00 pm #

            “Jeez, do we have to all be lawyers to make a comment, now?”

            Right, because you wouldn’t jump on me if I said something like that, would you? As you did on the original drink driving homicide issue when I mentioned ‘fault’. I was just surprised you didn’t jump on Janos as quickly. Or rather I wasn’t.

            And I have said nothing on this thread before this, so I’m not sure what you point is about relaxing.

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 3:01 pm #

            *your* point (sorry, Q)

      • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 2:43 pm #

        Let’s make this scenario even more interesting!

        Let’s say the drunk driver was in fact the father. He and the baby survive but the mother does not. He wants to keep the child…

        Or let’s say everyone survives but the mother is in a long-lasting coma. The continued pregnancy poses no health risk to the mother, and the father wants to keep the child…

        • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 2:54 pm #

          Or a real case where the father kills the unborn child but doesn’t kick the mother hard enough to kill her:

          theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/dec/17/man-convicted-of-killing-unborn-baby-by-kicking-pregnant-ex-girl…

          • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 2:57 pm #

            GreenAlba what’s gotten into you today?! Smoke a joint and RELAX!

        • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 2:57 pm #

          “Or let’s say everyone survives but the mother is in a long-lasting coma. The continued pregnancy poses no health risk to the mother, and the father wants to keep the child…”

          I may be ‘misremembering’ but I think that may have actually happened. I think a women may be kept on life support until the baby reaches term.

          • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 3:00 pm #

            Against her WISHES?! The surgeon is prepped and waiting; the abortion was prepaid in advance! Her wishes were signed and notorized by no less an authority than Ruth Bader Ginsberg! Videotaped, too!

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 3:04 pm #

            Sorry, I didn’t realise you were still talking about someone headed for an abortion – I thought you meant a general case where the mother had had an accident.

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 3:05 pm #

            My fault for introducing the other case where the father kllled the foetus, since it led my attention away from the clinic situ.

          • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 3:07 pm #

            “Or let’s say everyone survives but the mother is in a long-lasting coma.–That coma IMO equals death, or worse.

          • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 3:08 pm #

            It was Janos’s scenario. He was pointing out the double standard. That’s what makes it interesting. I think he’s right; the man would be charged with a double homicide even though the woman was on her way to abort…

          • GreenAlba September 25, 2018 at 3:19 pm #

            It seems to depend on the State, over your way. Fetal homicide doesn’t exist in every State, although he’d obviously be charged with something.

            In the UK, it would be ‘child destruction’ as per the case I linked to. I’m not actually sure it really would be the same if the mother had arranged an abortion, but I don’t know.

            Most early abortions are done medically, not surgically. You take two pills with an interval in between – and in the UK you can take the second one at home. Most women don’t have late abortions.

          • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 3:34 pm #

            And so to Janos’s obvious point: if the crime is “child destruction”, then that means you’re dealing with a child. But if you’re dealing with a child, then how can the abortion be legal?

            When the woman aborts, it’s not a child; when the man commits an unintended homcide, it is a child.

            Double standard.

          • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 5:55 am #

            Exscotticus

            I didn’t make the law. A woman can also be charged with ‘child destruction’ if she has an abortion beyond the dates prescribed by the law.

            If a man committed an ‘unintentional homicide’, I’m assuming it would possibly be something like ‘causing child destruction by dangerous driving’. It would not be ‘murder or even manslaughter’ as far as I know.

            brake.org.uk/donate/15-facts-a-resources/facts/497-inadequate-criminal-charges-for-drivers-who-kill-…

            The example I linked to where the man was convicted of ‘child destruction’ was a case where the man kicked his ex-girlfriend in the stomach in order to kill the foetus. She was eight months pregnant.

            “A teaching assistant has been convicted of killing his unborn baby by kicking and stamping on his heavily pregnant ex-girlfriend after she refused to have an abortion.

      • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 2:54 pm #

        His logic and knowledge are indeed amazing.
        He seems tough as nails.

        Yet he luvs Adolph.

        • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 2:57 pm #

          Nobody’s perfect!

          • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 3:02 pm #

            Everyone is perfect.
            How long have you been posting or lurking here?

        • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 3:12 pm #

          The small man with the weird moustache had a great heart. Far more than his ape Charlie Chaplin. Nothing in this world has gone right since the defeat of the small man. Was he hard? Yes, but do you nations can be created without such hardness? Was America? Was Israel? Or maintained without blood patriots and tyrants?

          • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 9:40 pm #

            One rumor is that CC was Jewish.

      • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 2:59 pm #

        The Scott Peterson murder trial.

        and
        Charles “Chuck” Stuart was an American suspect in a 1989 Boston area murder that generated national headlines. Stuart falsely alleged that his wife and unborn child were shot and killed by an African-American assailant. Stuart’s brother confessed to police that Stuart himself killed them to collect life insurance, and Stuart subsequently committed suicide

      • These laws were established to bolster the whole foetus-as-person rubbish argument.

        Liberals thought they were being generous to accede to the compromise of “viability” arguments and allow for limitations to abortion in the third trimester, and look what happened…. clamoring calls to extend it into the second, with the goal being, of course, all the way past the first to conception.

        A steady, universal assault on Roe v. Wade in every state, across the country. Including, of course, Kavanaugh’s decision leading to a refusal of abortion access to a young woman.

        It is genuine religion- an irrational, fascist effort to impose arbitrary and binding authority over sovereign bodies. It is a medieval relic and certainly barbaric and stupid. Wherever it exists evinces authoritarian and arbitrary rule and lower standards of living and civil rights.

        So, its a “horrible” double standard- if only because you accept a premise that a foetus is a person, which it is not.

        • Exscotticus September 25, 2018 at 3:44 pm #

          >>> blah blah blah its a “horrible” double standard- if only because you accept a premise that a foetus is a person, which it is not.

          If you believe a woman can abort one minute prior to giving birth, why not one minute after?

          • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 4:52 pm #

            Yes! They want to kill. It’s a sacrament, a sacrifice to their Dark God or Gods.

          • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 9:39 pm #

            ‘deb’-she or he isnt worth your time.
            Dumb as a doornail. like a box of hammers.

  67. Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 2:28 pm #

    “Only a coalition of Communists and Islamists can overthrow the United States.” Carlos the Jackal, a convert to Islam.

    Wow, if they’ll take shit like that, they’ll take anyone.

  68. malthuss September 25, 2018 at 3:02 pm #

    Beantown Bill has a closer relationship to God than the rest of us.

    ‘Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t recall God ever stating,
    “Thou shalt not abort”’

    I correct you and you are wrong.

    • beantownbill. September 25, 2018 at 3:14 pm #

      Where and when did God state this? Or are you bloviating again?

      • B-bill is correct. In the past, pregnancy was a total mystery.

        Sometimes the kid squirted out deader than a doornail. Sometimes with two heads, sometimes none at all.

        It was very much a “wait and see” type of operation.

        And when it arrived, it was still ambiguous- if it didn’t stand a chance it would be known within 5 years- as infant and childhood mortality were sky-high.

        Today, we consider infanticide a crime- the original abortion. As the fetus is separated from it mother’s body and breathes on its own (perhaps in the absence of a brain- God sure has a sick sense of humor) the ambiguity breaks down. Society generously allows for this creature of no thoughts and a bare minimum of awareness the privilege of citizenship and nascent personhood.

        It is only within the last 100 years that the ridiculousness of bestowing “personhood” on the foetus emerged.

        This endowment is simply the logical result of having to maintain the doctrine of the immortal soul coherent in its (fallacious) logic.

        If you are who you are after you die, as the soul is immortal, then it must have been who you are before you were. Generally this was not much of a problem when babies came out of vaginas and not much was inferred as to its incubation. But as medical science improved, the argumentation had to adapt.

        Basically the rhetorical device employed to defend almighty God against undergraduates is that abortion ends a human life. Slyly, the uninitiated will be fooled that it ever was one and end up in a poor debating position. Since undergrads today aren’t taught logic they quickly find themselves at a loss against these simplistic, sentimental arguments.

        The reality is quite obvious though- the Foetus doesn’t have a functioning brain. Why would it? Its floating in a zero-gravity environment totally dedicated to almost vegetative growth. Does it have “person-thoughts”? Certainly not. Does it have thoughts at all? In what context could those realistically arise?

        The fact of the matter is there is no such thing as a “potential person”, it is just no person at all. As for the immortal soul and God’s so-called plan- a very queer set of causes and effects comprising a completely absurd circularity.

        The dark ages ain’t where its at and never will be.

      • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 9:38 pm #

        God must talk to you, if you dont recall certain statements of its-hers-his.

    • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 6:05 am #

      “‘Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t recall God ever stating,
      “Thou shalt not abort”’

      I correct you and you are wrong.”

      I believe it’s also known technically/medically as an ‘abortion’ when ‘God’ does it, usually in the first three months, and usually because the embryo has problems and wouldn’t be viable in the long term (‘He’ clearly doesn’t get them all).

      Laypersons, preferring not to implicate ‘God’, call it a ‘miscarriage’. It never even occurred to me before I wrote that, but they’ve even managed to coin a word that suggests it’s the woman’s fault in some way for ‘miscarrying’, rather than ‘God’s’ fault for ‘aborting’.

      But If you don’t believe God exists you don’t have to implicate God in it, you can just accept that not all foetuses are viable and some will be spontaneously aborted, mostly in the first trimester.

  69. Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 3:02 pm #

    Cosby goes down for three to ten. Thank God. Justice is sweet. A psychologist on the stand said that he was a hardened predator and would always be a danger to others. Truth. The punk was perp walked out in cuffs. Beauty.

    Truth, Justice, and Beauty: all major aspects of the Divine. More: he will be charged for court costs. A nice kick in the pants indicative that the Court knows he is guilt of so, so much more than will never be adjudicated.

    Now for the other Bill. If only, eh?

  70. malthuss September 25, 2018 at 3:05 pm #

    Apparently babies do sometimes survive abortion [JS]

    There was a trial in Kansas, long ago, where the ‘doctor’ was
    quoted as saying, ‘this baby wont stop breathing’–which makes me wonder how many other fetuses he had killed with neglect.

    Saline procedures do have their unintended consequences.

  71. Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 3:28 pm #

    The Hippocratic Oath forbidding abortion. Other ancient Greek doctors did allow abortion. Hippocrates didn’t. Our Civilization chose to follow Hippocrates himself, and not others or others who followed him but not in this:

    I swear by Apollo the Healer, by Asclepius, by Hygieia, by Panacea, and by all the gods and goddesses, making them my witnesses, that I will carry out, according to my ability and judgment, this oath and this indenture.

    To hold my teacher in this art equal to my own parents; to make him partner in my livelihood; when he is in need of money to share mine with him; to consider his family as my own brothers, and to teach them this art, if they want to learn it, without fee or indenture; to impart precept, oral instruction, and all other instruction to my own sons, the sons of my teacher, and to indentured pupils who have taken the physician’s oath, but to nobody else.

    I will use treatment to help the sick according to my ability and judgment, but never with a view to injury and wrong-doing. Neither will I administer a poison to anybody when asked to do so, nor will I suggest such a course. Similarly I will not give to a woman a pessary to cause abortion. But I will keep pure and holy both my life and my art. I will not use the knife, not even, verily, on sufferers from stone, but I will give place to such as are craftsmen therein.

    Into whatsoever houses I enter, I will enter to help the sick, and I will abstain from all intentional wrong-doing and harm, especially from abusing the bodies of man or woman, bond or free. And whatsoever I shall see or hear in the course of my profession, as well as outside my profession in my intercourse with men, if it be what should not be published abroad, I will never divulge, holding such things to be holy secrets.

    Now if I carry out this oath, and break it not, may I gain for ever reputation among all men for my life and for my art; but if I break it and forswear myself, may the opposite befall me.[4] – Translation by James Loeb

    • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 3:30 pm #

      Always go to original texts. The trickery of Alba is thus circumvented. Darkness vanishes in the Light. And its devotees are vanquished.

      • Forcing the medical establishment to take certain oaths is problematic in many ways, not the least of which is putting them into a position of absolute servility.

        The last thing we need is a priest class lording over everyone.

        Of course this is exactly what some think we need; there are many examples in the world today of such arrangements. I invite anyone to inspect their facilities.

      • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 6:18 am #

        No trickery involved, Janos. It was just the first link that came up when I Googled the question.

        I didn’t spend much time on it because, as I pointed out, it’s irrelevant, since doctors no longer use the Hippocratic oath, certainly not in my country and generally a much updated form in other countries/states where it is used.

        There have been times and places where women were actually allowed to die and leave their existing children motherless in order not to risk damage to a foetus. That’s what happens when you stick to the literal ‘truths’ of people who believe in things for which there is no evidence.

        • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 7:40 am #

          And I’m not even a fan of abortion – never had one and never wanted one. But I’m not a fan of the state interfering in women’s wombs either. And certainly not a fan of bringing up the specious arguments of the dogmatically inclined to back them up in that endeavour.

          And for those who believe a little bundle of cells has a soul, they’ll presumably also have an idea of exactly when the first soul slipped into the first human or pre-human on its very long and non-linear journey from hairy apehood.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 5:30 pm #

      Interesting: “I will not use the knife” – his school weren’t surgeons. That’s another big difference between them and us: our doctors love the knife. But he respected masters of craftsmen of the knife – as do the great Oriental physicians who are like Hippocrates in general attitude.

      Sometimes the knife is best. Steve Jobs might have lived if he had early surgery on his throat cancer instead of waiting while he tried herbal remedies.

    • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 9:36 pm #

      Obviously ‘They’ knew doctors had power over people and didnt want it abused ie-mercy killing, abortion and who knows what else.
      Modern hospitals are killing fields.

      • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 6:21 am #

        My understanding, Malthuss, is that doctors are not obliged to perform abortions if they do not wish to. They are only obliged to provide information to women who want one. It may be different over your way.

        Also, you should avoid egregious exaggeration – it lessens the impact of your argument.

  72. Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 5:19 pm #

    Famed retreat master Father Thomas Dubay on “choice”:

    “You will notice that the secular world is full of slogans about freedom and choice, while it says precious little about duties. Pro-choice jargon assumes that individual people are laws unto themselves. Without reference to objective reality, pro-choice becomes a pseudo ‘right’. This extraordinary superficiality loses sight of the fact that the Nazis were pro-choice in exterminating millions of Christians and Jews on the basis of religion and nationality. Choice and conscience are assumed to be self justifying, yet the idea is absurd. Murderers are pro-choice when they decide who is and who is not worthy of living. Rapists are pro-choice in their lustful pursuits. Thieves are pro-choice when it comes to disposing of your property. Mothers are pro-choice when they decide to destroy their own babies. Often these barbarities are justified by appeals to conscience. If one has any doubt about this, one need only read statements of hardened criminals and those whom have a long history of procuring and promoting abortions.”

    JS: Thus speaketh a Man, one who has kept the Faith and kept faith with Christ when it was no longer popular or profitable to do so – even within the Church itself. The so called current Pope is great friends with a famous Italian abortion advocate.

    • Everyone is certainly etitled to their feelings, but this transgresses mere conscience. This involved the right to one’s own body. And the foetus is one with the mother’s body.

      Remember, even Charles Manson’s mother loved him- they all stared adoringly into the ultrasound. What came next? For the rest, a lifetime of utter banality. You’re born, celebrated, and usually downgraded for the rest of your life. Before that, a cossetting form of baby-worship. A full blown Ego explosion in anticipation of self-realization, and pleasure. Many mothers are monsters, as are fathers. The community? A bunch of raving cult members clamoring to be involved in every intimate moment.

      Our society, which consumes the world, surely consumes its own children. Infanticide in the old days was straightforward. Now, it is merely a medical and biological issue- scientific. There is simply no place for sentimentalism in the operating room as there is none in the Core of a Nuclear Reactor.

      There is no place that sentimentality leads which is not darkness. In its dim embrace, come demonic faux morality, epic blindness, boundless hubris and unimaginable cruelty.

      There can be no morality without logic, no ethics without reason.

      • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 11:27 pm #

        Your “morality” leads inevitably to mass suicide or murder. Manson or Jonestown. You seem more like a Jonestown type, but I could be wrong. In any case, they’re were murderers at Jonestown that killed those who wouldn’t kill themselves. The best of both worlds!

        • malthuss September 27, 2018 at 3:53 pm #

          CIA? Jonestown-drugs?

      • elysianfield September 26, 2018 at 11:22 am #

        SnackPak,
        A fine post…a definition of the human condition without empathy.

        “There can be no morality without logic…

        Morality and logic are two concepts that are utopian in scope. Charles Manson had a sense of morality, as well as logic…all predators see themselves as logical beings, with a morality that reinforces their outrages.

        Their logic and morality is simply not your morality and logic.

        …no ethics without reason

        Again, a nebulous concept…ethics. Who’s ethics? A cultural norm…but who’s culture?

        Humanity has the infinite ability to justify actions however cruel, destructive or wanton. You can see this every day, on almost every street, and you don’t need to read the print edition of the New York Times to understand this.

        What is the solution? Religion? …Who’s religion? Education? Who’s curriculum? Cultural norms? Who’s culture?

        No, I believe that the key to human civilization is…empathy. Simple empathy. Lose the concept, and any outrage is possible.. Religion can teach it…or not. Parents can teach it…or not. The “wisdom” of old age can provide a sense of empathy over decades…or not.

        If one does not feel a bit of empathy for others, there is no limit to the evil that humans are capable.

        • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 11:50 am #

          “No, I believe that the key to human civilization is…empathy. ”

          I find myself in complete agreement with you on that one, EF.

          The minimisation of suffering is as fine a goal as anything else for either an individual or a society. Although the devil is inevitably in the detail, it’s a good and necessary starting point.

          • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 11:51 am #

            But sadly not available to psychopaths, unlike the perches at the top of the greasy pole, where they so often find their way.

          • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 11:53 am #

            The empathy I mean…

  73. Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 6:14 pm #

    What a luvley day. What a luvley day. The Ballsy Ford case is falling apart and she may not even dare to show up. Kav is a shoe in, folks. Sorry fem rats of all 64 genders!

    Donald Trump at the UN: America will never surrender its sovereignty. Nationalism is the Way for Humanity. What a change from Obama (and remember, change is good!) who never missed a chance to disparage America and apologize on the World Stage.

    And Cosby goes down despite being Black. Dr Huckstable was a fraud, the monster always lay beneath. Many Blacks are like this. Beware. This is the good side of the Me2 movement. The bad side is obviously now taking control. Thus it is ever with fallen Humanity.

    Maybe Cos should have gone with a White legal team? Too late now sucka.

    • RIB September 25, 2018 at 6:23 pm #

      Nobody wants equality. Everyone wants superiority…you can take it to the bank.

    • SoftStarLight September 25, 2018 at 6:24 pm #

      It’s going to keep caving in on them :-). I feel the spirits moving. Now build the wall and fortify it!!

    • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 7:21 am #

      “Donald Trump at the UN: America will never surrender its sovereignty.”

      youtube.com/watch?v=Sr0DA1eBYSc

      “World leaders laugh at Donald Trump as he brags about his achievements”

      Did no-one mention to him about discretion being the better part of valour?

      • malthuss September 27, 2018 at 3:42 pm #

        as USA has this global empire. a joke.
        war

        war

        more war

    • elysianfield September 26, 2018 at 11:25 am #

      “Nationalism is the Way for Humanity”

      Janos,
      …Always has been. To suggest otherwise is utopian folly….

  74. Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 6:20 pm #

    I am alone. I have vanquished my foes. There is no god where I am. But now I shall rest and withdraw the universe into myself. Then create it again amended and renewed. The same yet different. I cannot not do this even though no Law constrains me. What can I say? I am creative. And even in a strange sense, lonely – even though all in all?

    Perhaps Mohammad said it best when Allah spoke thru him in one of the Hadith Qudsi (divine sayings outside the Quran). “I was a Hidden Beauty and desired to be known, so I created the Universe.”

    • BackRowHeckler September 25, 2018 at 6:40 pm #

      And …

      “All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace”

      — Richard Brautigan

      brh

      • Janos Skorenzy September 25, 2018 at 7:51 pm #

        Do androids dream of electric sheep?

  75. RIB September 25, 2018 at 6:28 pm #

    Note to Beantown Bill: So, you assume that the “thing” is a fetus until the exact nano-second “the thing” becomes a human being. Since we really don’t know that the 1st term “fetus” is not a human, what about choosing to err on the side of caution rather than convenience ?

    • BackRowHeckler September 25, 2018 at 6:47 pm #

      Abortion, a subject not much discussed in the CFNation.

      I was always nuetral on the subject … until last year when my wifes cousin in San Sabastian Spain sent an ultra sound pic of her daughters baby at 5 months. It was so detailed; you could see his little face, he was actually smiling in there.

      When i found out Planned Parenthood was chopping up aborted fetuses and selling them, and making a nifty profit at it, that had an effect too.

      brh

      • SoftStarLight September 25, 2018 at 7:12 pm #

        Yes, they have killed upwards of 60 million in America alone. It’s all part of their plan.

      • Walter B September 25, 2018 at 7:57 pm #

        Ah the Hypocritical Oath: We will be happy to do whatever it is that you want us to do to your body for great profit and then keep the byproducts and parlay them into huge profits. You have to have it to them they know how to handle the herd.

        • SoftStarLight September 25, 2018 at 8:05 pm #

          Thank you! Yet, somehow I am supposed to be in rage spiral right now because Brett Kavanaugh is about to subjugate my body. I think we have reached peak dumbness lol :0).

          • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 9:22 pm #

            USA population has almost doubled or doubled in 50
            years. Immigration does things like this.

          • SoftStarLight September 25, 2018 at 11:57 pm #

            It would be a good idea to seal the border. And build the wall. And maybe we don’t want any beautiful doors.

      • malthuss September 25, 2018 at 9:21 pm #

        msn.com/en-ca/news/crimeincanada/tori-staffords-family-angry-after-child-killer-sent-to-saskatchewan…

        You could have know about ‘late procedures’ back in the 1970s.
        First it was legal at 5 months.
        Then 6 months.

        WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG? You are not stupid.

        • BackRowHeckler September 25, 2018 at 10:52 pm #

          Don’t know, Malth.

          I guess I never paid that much attention to the issue, thinking let the women hash it out.

          And don’t be too sure I am not stupid.

          brh

    • beantownbill. September 25, 2018 at 10:34 pm #

      I’m not for murder. I feel confident that a first trimester fetus is not developed enough to be considered human. I’d you ever see any living human born with most of its brain missing? I haven’t either, but I imagine it would have a human-shaped body with four limbs. If it were just sitting there, anyone watching it might think it’s a typical person, whereas in reality it really isn’t, it is just a shell. Looks can be deceiving, so when someone sees an ultrasound of a fetus with a head and body it can easily be taken for a person, but it most likely isn’t viable.

      The issue isn’t whether or not to call a fetus human, but rather
      can it live on its own outside the womb. I may have placed too much emphasis on the word “human” and not enough on the word “viable”. As I said before, let God decide if a fetus is human. God? God? Anyone?

      • BackRowHeckler September 25, 2018 at 10:54 pm #

        Bill sometime little ones are born early term and with a little help do survive.

        brh

        • beantownbill. September 25, 2018 at 11:04 pm #

          I was talking about 1st trimester, Marlin.

        • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 8:56 am #

          I have a niece who was born ‘early term’ – about 28 weeks I think. She had to be whipped off by ambulance from Birmingham, where my brother and his family lived, to intensive care in the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital in London, for several months.

          She was one of the lucky ones. She’s pretty much fine, although in her early years she was small and easily exhausted. She now finds it difficult to keep weight off (her sister is annoyingly skinny), possibly because very premature babies can be born in a sort of ‘starvation mode’ which means they can eat too much even in adulthood. Or so I heard – my own grandson was voluntarily involved (well not by his own acquiescence, obviously) in a 3- or 6-month study monitoring biological markers in premature and full-term babies, that was being done through the hospital when he was born.

          We watched an interesting programme a few years ago on premature babies. (I’m not making any kind of partisan point here, just passing it on – it’s nothing to do with the abortion debate except where it overlaps with the idea of a very late-term abortion at a time when a baby COULD possibly be kept alive – late-term abortions being something I think everyone of every opinion would want to avoid).

          The programme was looking at the outcomes for very premature babies and the protocols in the UK and in the Netherlands. In the Netherlands they have a much earlier cut-off point for when they will attempt – or not – to keep a naturally premature baby alive than they do in the UK, where I think they make valiant attempts to keep any baby alive, unless it is clearly suffering or is otherwise clearly not viable.

          What came out of the programme was the percentages of babies that would grow into problem-free children and adults. I don’t remember the ‘middling’ percentages, but only the last one. So they said what percentage of children would be left with minor problems and what percentage would be left with major problems. The percentage that were left with no significant problems at all was one percent. So my niece really was lucky.

          There was one girl whose disabilities, caused by premature birth, had not bothered her much as a child, but once she reached puberty, she became more aware of them and she said she could not forgive her mother for letting them keep her alive. Life is more complicated than some people would like to admit and we have added to its complications by making it possible for people (not just babies) to survive in situations where nature would otherwise take its course and they would not.

      • RIB September 26, 2018 at 3:59 am #

        Your argument fell apart with the words “I feel”

  76. Luhrenloup September 25, 2018 at 6:42 pm #

    Individuals are a law onto themselves. An individual may live in China, Sweden, Saudi Arabia, or the US, obliged to follow their laws. These are not rules formulated by the person who has an ethical system of its own, formulated by the life experience, not religious systems. Does a woman have a right to choose? It is not a right but a given: she will do as she deems best for herself, with the government’s approval or choose a clandestine course otherwise. Bringing unwanted children in the world is not an answer. Does Father Thomas want to take in all the abused, violated children of the world? Medical abortion, as Janos states, is a horror which leaves women with deep psychological scars.

    The morning after pill seems a better route, especially if taken the morning after or as soon as possible — in France one doesn’t need a doctor’s prescription to obtain them — I don’t think it’s the end-all solution, but it’s the best at this point.

    • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 9:06 am #

      “The morning after pill seems a better route, especially if taken the morning after or as soon as possible — in France one doesn’t need a doctor’s prescription to obtain them — I don’t think it’s the end-all solution, but it’s the best at this point.”

      I’d agree with that. You don’t need to see a doctor here either if 16 or over – under 16s need a doctor’s prescription. The pill is available from pharmacies for about £25.

      The problem is presumably with women not immediately realising they are pregnant – and of course women finding out after tests that the baby has abnormalities. Having said that, I knew someone who didn’t know she was pregnant at all until she was five months gone. She was breastfeeding her first baby, so the normal signs weren’t there. Abortion wasn’t an issue in her case, but these things do happen.

    • Janos Skorenzy September 27, 2018 at 2:19 pm #

      Lawlessness in other word. Civilization is masculine enterprise….

  77. SoftStarLight September 25, 2018 at 7:17 pm #

    It was a bad day for the creepy porn lawyer. He is definitely a scary man!

  78. We’re forcing you to give birth… for sentimental reasons. And egotistical ones. I see myself in the others’ face. My DNA, in the other person. An illusion- your DNA isn’t special. And every galloping foetus is just another biology experiment. Some fall apart before birth.

    Its tiring to debate the sentimental, they see nothing but feel something. And for that, they’ll overturn a woman’s right to do whatever they wish with a non-person attached to their circulatory system. The compromise of the third trimester was a concession to sentimentalism. Somehow America thought being reasonable was an effective response. Obviously that failed.

    Today, the ranks of the anti-abortionists grow ever stronger, the state, authorized to sanction and cajole and block the practice, become emboldened by ruling after ruling in absence of a defining restatement of the original ruling.

    I do in fact, hold women responsible for this erosion. Activism on this issue has been in retreat for decades. A squishy squeamishness prevails in the soft headed underbelly of the electorate. But- what can you do, they are the sentimental sex.

  79. malthuss September 25, 2018 at 9:19 pm #

    Canada gets all lovey dovey with child killer.

    BACK ROW HECKLER,

    msn.com/en-ca/news/crimeincanada/tori-staffords-family-angry-after-child-killer-sent-to-saskatchewan…

  80. San Jose September 25, 2018 at 9:54 pm #

    UPDATE ON THE “EYESORE OF THE MONTH”

    Breaking news today in San Francisco–our two week old transit center, has developed a crack in a “6 1/2 foot steel beam on the third floor.” So they closed off the floor to bus traffic.

    Also of note, the rooftop garden has a path of crushed granite, they are developing pot holes, and you risk tripping. Oh well.

    Jen in San Jose

    • beantownbill. September 25, 2018 at 10:38 pm #

      Similar to Boston’s Big Dig where a tunnel roof tile fell on a passing car and killed a passenger.

      Never trust modern construction.

    • BackRowHeckler September 25, 2018 at 10:47 pm #

      After only 2 weeks, Jen?

      Being San Francisco, no doubt the engineering, design and construction was farmed out to the Diversity Commitee. Trained civil and structural engineers (and competent straight white men) need not apply.

      brh

      • San Jose September 26, 2018 at 2:04 am #

        News update: As of this evening, they have shut down the entire transit center. I’ve mentioned this before, but the Millennium Tower blames the transit center for the sinking and tilting.

        BRH–I’m sure you’re right about the Diversity Committee!

  81. Pucker September 25, 2018 at 10:56 pm #

    The CI…A is expanding with a focus on Russia and China. What’s the point of recruiting spies? In the Internet age, aren’t we all sources of online information to be vacuumed up by all sides, State and private actors?

    m.youtube.com/watch?v=X-2Fb3Qf8r4

  82. BackRowHeckler September 25, 2018 at 11:03 pm #

    We have houses on our main street built in the 1650s.

    they’re still standing strong.

    brh

  83. K-Dog September 25, 2018 at 11:43 pm #

    Paid $4.079 for 92 octane today. Consider me a canary.

    • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 8:17 am #

      If you tweeted it, I’ll consider you a canary.

      • K-Dog September 27, 2018 at 11:43 am #

        That’s good, but being a common dog is not my style. Tweets are ordinary and hardly appropriate for my tortuously long run-on sentences. Tweets are good for people with limited mental abilities.

        I do my own thing, In fact I’ve posted something new with a promise to actually write something in dog-land again; probably this weekend. A video I ran across day before yesterday.

        K-Dog

        I need to clean out some dead links there and get rid of some of the more frivolous ones. If you go there and get diverted by a pop up window just close it and everything will be fine. I have nothing to do with it. It was put there by Homeland Security to make me unpopular. They do such things.

        Cheers

    • sprawlcapital September 27, 2018 at 9:15 pm #

      Gas jumped up 0.12, to 2.899 from Tuesday to Wednesday this week for the cheapest grade, which is 10% ethanol, 87 octane, here in Des Moines. This is the cheapest grade because of a tax subsidy intended to help Iowa corn farmers. The octane for the pure lead-free regular (no ethanol) is also 87, but the price is closer to $3.00.

  84. Tate September 26, 2018 at 12:06 am #

    You may think that no one has a right to your body but the government thinks otherwise. It still reserves the right to draft able-bodied men into military service during time of war, war being an existential threat to the nation.

    If the birth-rate within a nation falls below replacement level, shouldn’t the government have the power to impregnate sufficient numbers of young fertile women in order to increase the birth rate of the nation up to population replacement levels? Again, this is an existential threat to the nation.

    Allowing a substitute population through immigration to supply the population deficit seems a foolish thing to do. Only an elite hostile to the ordinary folks could be behind this policy.

    • SoftStarLight September 26, 2018 at 12:37 am #

      That could be an approach. Other methods could work such as getting rid of Hollywood and it’s influence on society. Encourage family formation instead of demonizing it, and provide financial incentives for each new birth. They’re doing that in Russia, and China is changing the one child policy now. Sometimes sacrifice sucks but civilzation is on the line.

    • SoftStarLight September 26, 2018 at 12:40 am #

      The elite’s want to replace white men. The women are always the spoils of war.

      • Janos Skorenzy September 27, 2018 at 1:52 pm #

        And many or most women really don’t care as long as someone tall, dark, and handsome is taking care of them on all levels. Look at how European women opened their arms to embrace the Muslim immigrants.

        White men have shown criminal weakness. Nature does not long abide that. Women, being closer to Nature, naturally want an alternative – unless White Men step up and shut down the borders, deal with the immigrants, and deal with the women.

  85. janet September 26, 2018 at 12:26 am #

    Yes, they have killed upwards of 60 million in America alone. It’s all part of their plan. –softstarlight

    Only 60 million? There are up to 100 million sperm cells per milliliter of ejaculate. Healthy guys produce from 1.5 ml to 5 ml of semen each time they ejaculate. One male masturbation could murder 500 million potential human beings! Just one!

    If killing an embryo is the same as murder, then so is killing sperm. If women are not allowed to have an abortion, then men shouldn’t be allowed to spill their seed. Male masturbation is mass murder and obviously deserves severe punishment, perhaps life imprisonment without parole.

    Masturbatory emissions, in which millions of sperm are murdered, is an act against an unborn child… failing to preserve the sanctity of life. How long will we permit men to perpetrate mass murder with impunity?

    In Texas, House Bill 4260, called the “Man’s Right to Know Act,” would punish male masturbation with a $100 fine, and require men who want Viagra to be subject to a rectal exam.

    The bill, filed earlier this year by Texas legislator Rep. Jessica Farrar (D), was referred to the House State Affairs Committee on Tuesday.

    The bill also contains provisions that would also put restrictions on vasectomies, Viagra prescriptions and colonoscopies, including:

    **The state must create an informational booklet called “A Man’s Right to Know” that contains information and illustrations on the benefits of and concerns about those three treatments. A man must review the booklet before going through with any of them.

    **A man must receive a rectal exam and an MRI of his rectum before any of the three treatments.

    **A man would not be able sue a doctor for refusing to provide those treatments or another procedure if the procedure violates the doctor’s “personal, moralistic, or religious beliefs.”

    **A doctor must obtain consent from the man before providing the treatment, and the man may give it only if he waits at least 24 hours after the doctor’s visit.

    **The state must establish a registry of nonprofit organizations and hospitals that provide abstinence counseling, a supervising physician for “masturbatory emissions,” and semen storage.

    **“Masturbatory emissions” must be stored for the wife for conception.

    Current state law “requires that doctors distribute to women considering an abortion the ‘A Woman’s Right to Know’ booklet, which contains illustrations of gestational periods and the risks and side effects of abortions. Women also must wait 24 hours after receiving the booklet and must undergo an ultrasound before the procedure. Abortion of a viable fetus can bring a penalty of at least five years in prison.”

    Bottom line: Turnabout is fair play. By focusing on male masturbation House Bill 4260 demonstrates the absurdity and cruelty of the constant and ongoing effort by Republicans to demean and stigmatize women in their pursuit of reproductive health care.

    • No sense of humor is the consequence of no grasp of logic.

      Once your sense of the absurd is vacated, humor appears to be either beatific or blasphemous. Life is systematically drained of meaning, and other conceptual frameworks look like just another swamp.

      I can perceive these religious constituents, reviewing stories of this bill, completely missing the point.

      • Tate September 26, 2018 at 12:58 pm #

        It is mildly amusing, until you realize that gametes are not fully autonomous organisms. As soon as they are joined into one, they become such. It only takes a high-school education to know this.

        With modern medical technology, an advanced race whose adult females are unwilling to carry their young to term can easily reproduce itself with force of numbers through the capture of female slaves of other races, who are then impregnated with the fertilized eggs of its own kind. Just a thought.

        • Tate September 26, 2018 at 3:44 pm #

          The compliant ones could be incentivized with ample pensions. Retirement would be around the age of 35.

          The recalcitrant ones could be set out on an ice floe in the middle of Lake Superior.

        • Tate September 26, 2018 at 3:54 pm #

          Medical personnel like Nurses Ratchet & Steeleje can be recruited to superintend the gestations of the subjects. Despite their feminism, once the New Patriarchy takes charge, they will quickly come to heel.

          • Janos Skorenzy September 27, 2018 at 1:57 pm #

            We are counting on it. Nurse Steel!

    • elysianfield September 26, 2018 at 11:38 am #

      “Masturbatory emissions, in which millions of sperm are murdered, is an act against an unborn child… failing to preserve the sanctity of life. How long will we permit men to perpetrate mass murder with impunity?”

      Janet,
      I have heard it said that “Secret crime is successful crime…”.

      “They can take my rights to masturbate when they pry my cold, dead
      hand….”

  86. SoftStarLight September 26, 2018 at 1:06 am #

    There you are Janet. I’ve been waiting for you. Thank you for the biology class. I hope I am your number one student! My question is why are you comparing sperm to an embryo? The sperm needs an egg for the embryo to even be. So in other words, too bad if he spills his ingredients. I can’t worry with that. There is a market for it if he needs to make a little side money :-p. Let me know if I am still too dense for this course.

  87. FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 4:20 am #

    Multistorey Humanity

    Stalingrad was the decisive battle of the Great Patriotic War and the Second World War, respectively, when the spirit of Nazism, which seemed so invincible before, was broken.

    And I am personally very glad that the name Stalingrad again appeared on the map. Rename or not rename it, all the same it was Stalingrad that broke the neck of Hitlerism. And the name Stalingrad is increasingly separated from the man in whose honor this city was named and begins to acquire an independent meaning, although, probably, will never separate from him entirely.

    Lately the Russian Orthodox Church, including in the person of its Patriarch, is beginning to treat the Great Patriotic War as a Sacred War, that is, a Christian War, as originally interpreted by the Church of England and the Episcopal Church of America.

    And from this point of view, it is necessary to think about the question of who we actually defeated.

    The diagnosis of “occultism” is not new, but in application to Nazism is little understood and not sufficiently rooted in history. A much more adequate term for Christians of different denominations is the word “Gnosticism”, which makes us recall one of the greatest apologists of Christianity – presbyter Quintus Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus, author of the statement Credo Quia Absurdum – I believe because it is absurd and famous He was made human so that he might make us gods which became the basis for understanding the ontological unity of mankind.

    He lived in the third century AD, over 1,500 years ago, but his work in connection with the above is particularly relevant today. And it seems to me appropriate to present to the attention of the esteemed community an excerpt from the article “The Works and Days of Tertullian”, which served as a preface to Tertullian’s book “Against Marcion,” by a remarkable philologist, translator from Latin and professor of Perm University A. Bratukhin.

    Marcion, a representative of Syrian gnosis, was born in the end of the first century AD in the Asia Minor city of Sinope. Through his ascetic life, he achieved ordination to the presbyter. However, later for his non-Orthodox teaching he was excommunicated by his father, Bishop of Sinop.

    Marcion tried to enlist the support of the Christians in Ephesus, Smyrna, Rome, but after his rejection in the capital of the Empire in 144, he created his own “church” in alliance with the heretic Cerdo, which existed in various parts of the Mediterranean to the tenth century. Marcion died between 177 and 190. His “literary heritage” includes the ten messages of the apostle Paul distorted by him and the Gospel of Luke, from which he excluded everything that contradicts his teaching, declaring it as the later insertions by the apostles-Judaists. In addition, Marcion wrote “Antithesis”, in which he tried to prove the contradiction between the Old and New Testaments.

    After the death of its founder, his sect split. Later, Marcionism manifested itself in Bogomilism, Catharism, Albigensianism.

    The Marcion system is dualistic. There is a Blessed God and eternal evil matter controlled by Satan. According to Marcion, world and man, without the knowledge of a Blessed God, was created by a severe, warlike and just Demiurge or Creator (a creature of incomprehensible origin) from the eternal matter over which Satan ruled.

    Matter tried to regain the human soul, which, in the end, it succeeded: man sinned, and paganism arose. The only lot of the Creator was the Jewish people, who received from Him the Law according to which sinners were sent to hell, and the righteous to the “bosom of Abraham.” In order to cope with the evolving evil, the Creator promised the Jews the coming of Christ, who will defeat the sinners and to give the kingdom to the chosen people, and at the same time to make a court fraught with condemnation for eternal agony the majority of mankind; this Christ, according to Marcion, is the Antichrist.

    For the salvation of people who, from the point of view of the Creator, were sinners, the Blessed God sent to the world his son – the real Christ. He took the virtual flesh of Jesus, unexpectedly appeared in Capernaum in the fifteenth year of the reign of the emperor Tiberius and pretended to be the Christ of the Creator, so as to attract the Jews to himself.

    The Creator, the jealous God, envied Jesus, of whom he knew nothing, and prompted the Jews to destroy him, and Satan, for his part, inspired the Gentiles to this. Jesus Christ was not born and did not really die: his death on the cross was only pretend.

    Having learned the secret of the supreme god and leading a strictly ascetic life, the Marcionites, they believed, saved their souls; but they denied the resurrection of the flesh. At baptism they gave a vow of chastity and refused to eat meat and drink wine. Their readiness for martyrdom turned into a desire for death for Christ.

    Tertullian work of five books “Against Marcion” – the most extensive of the works of the Carthaginian author. This is not just another treatise against a heretic, it is simultaneously a kind of “symphony”, “concordance” – where Tertullian selects correspondences in the Septuagint for virtually every passage from the Gospel of Luke and the epistles of the apostle Paul – and the theodicy of the Creator, and the proof of the organic connection between Old and New Testaments, and the interpretation of a huge number of biblical texts, and a comment on them. The work “Against Marcion” contains almost all the basic provisions of Christianity, serves as a kind of textbook on sectology and the Holy Scriptures of both Covenants.

    Before us is not a document that is interesting only for historians of heresies, but “old and formidable weapon” according to V. Mayakovsky. Tertullian’s language is complex enough, his sentences sometimes take half a page, his thought is tortuous.

    This somewhat complicates the reading, but it helps to get to know more closely the man Quintus Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus, whose passion, conviction in his rightness and desire at any cost to turn readers away from dangerous delusion inspire respect and make you wonder whether the fire of living faith has not weakened in people for the last 18 centuries, have not we mastered indifference and conformism, now proudly called tolerance.

    To be continued…

  88. FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 10:20 am #

    FemiNazis

    It seems a burning problem everywhere – here how it is solved on our side of the Atlantic:

    youtube.com/watch?v=PJ_vbWVJf_E

    This is the last battle with AntiFa at Berkeley last spring. They began physical attacks, both against women and the elderly.

    Especially distinguished himself professor of ethics and philosophy.

    Wearing a bicycle lock in a kerchief, waved it like a sling, breaking the heads of several of Trump’s supporters. He was quickly figured out and the victims brought him up on charges. Here is the process of facial recognition and one of the victims:

    ic.pics.livejournal.com/profiless/49482765/96838/96838_300.jpg

    If I recall correctly, he either got a suspended sentence or simply released, which is expected for California. Also, the AntiFa puts heavy weight in gloves and tape wrenches with scotch tape to their hands, under the sleeves of jackets can not be seen, and the impact is extremely painful. And stab wounds, classic flag poles and bottles.

    They also train, prepare, getting paid. Of course, the shocks were widespread last year that nothing is being done with them and this is internal terrorism.

    And now it is clear that they were then tracked: their contacts, curators, payment funds. Soros has heaps of funds and indirect connections. And Berkeley was directly supervised by his son Alex. This is his alma mater.

    In general, the people themselves began to beat them, as you can see.

    The fight was on the street, and this feminist with a friend threw bottles from around the corner.

    And she got it on equal terms.

    Of course, immediately outrage began, how could you beat up a girl?!

    I have a neutral position here. I frankly do not understand how you can fight for equality, which you already have a plenty of. And as soon as this equality bites you up your ass, you roll into a victim’s position.

    Of course, the money was collected through gofundme. And in her free time from AntiFa she was engaged in porn-modeling, style natural (unshaven that is).

    This was the last battle in Berkeley. One more was planned, but it did not take place. There was a leak that one of the donors, guess who – NAMBLA (North American Man Boy Love Association), pedo-sexuals, as they call themselves. Just one more sexual preference on a long list.

    The battle continues on and on. Mainly in the state of Washington. The hearth of liberalism no worse than California. Apparently infiltration into their groups and supervision continues.

    youtube.com/watch?v=GYuMnPpXl00

    • JohnAZ September 26, 2018 at 10:51 am #

      Interesting post, Fincain.

      Just honking. The training that seems to be done to these punks sounds like what was happening in Afghanistan with ISIS and al-Queda. Seems to me that just as we did after 9/11′ we should find the source of the funds financing the antifa group and cut them off. When things turn violent or impinge on others rights, see Ted Cruz, protestors lose their right of protest and should be prosecuted, political discourse be damned.

      John Adams defended the British troops during the Boston Massacre and won, because the patriots turned violent. That precedent should continue today.

      What do you think, if we jail the domestic leader of the New World Order, would this stuff stop? Put HER in jail.

      • JohnAZ September 26, 2018 at 10:52 am #

        Just thinking that is. Although honking might be appropriate.

      • FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 11:09 am #

        The training that seems to be done to these punks sounds like what was happening in Afghanistan with ISIS and al-Queda.

        Nah…

        That’s just light-weight infantry, to keep the tensions high. ISIS and al-Qaeda types, if not rooted out by Trump’s intelligence, are in reserves, waiting for heavy events.

        With those folks, we’re not talking busted heads – entire neighborhoods and towns blown up .

  89. messianicdruid September 26, 2018 at 10:21 am #

    How did Ford and the others get their yearbooks removed from the web?

    cultofthe1st.blogspot.com/2018/09/why-christine-blasey-fords-high-school_19.html?showComment=1537409…

    • FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 10:28 am #

      The entire Hillary Flying Monkeys hi-tech apparatus is at their service. If need arise, they’ll remove yours too, no problem.

  90. pequiste September 26, 2018 at 10:28 am #

    Judge Kavanaugh should definitely go on the offensive against his “accusers”, and indeed all of the politicians and parasites assembled, at this point, and have The Committee’s media team play the following for all intermissions in the testimony:

    youtube.com/watch?v=WZ32gSLNHfA

  91. National debt interest payments set to pass Medicare shortly, and will pass defense spending around 2023, according to the New York Times.

    Great paper again today. Has anyone taken me up on the New York Times challenge? Its the best newspaper in the world.

    Front page, Debbie Ramirez, Bill Cosby, and the Russian fake news webpage, USAReally, probably staffed by or resident Russian troll faction, fincal and softstarlight.

    It’s the real Infowars for a nation that has congenital problems with logic, reason, and rationality, while descending into a twilight of religious dementia.

    Remember kids, when reason fails, sentimentalism reigns. You start becoming irritated with science and prefer make believe.

  92. GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 10:40 am #

    If I may make offer a thought about your current Kavanaugh circus, the circus aspects of it seem to me to be a consequence of what is actually wrong with the system.

    I find it odd that Supreme Court judge should be a politically partisan appointment in the first place. The value of a judge is in his/her lack of partisan thinking. Having strong partisan views – in any direction – should be a disqualifier in a safe and sane system of justice.

    In the UK new SC judges are selected by a commission of existing judges (although nominally appointed by the Queen).

    I’m sure 99.9% of people in the UK would not be able to name a Supreme Court judge. I only remember Jonathan Sumption because he’s also a medieval historian and I have his book on the Cathars. I know nothing about the others, although I’ve seen a few names.

    The Supreme Court should not operate like a football match. it’s too important.

    • bibliomaniac September 26, 2018 at 10:51 am #

      GreenAlba–I read most of your posts because I agree with you on almost everything! Nice to know I’m not crazy!

      Bibs

      • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 11:24 am #

        Why, thank you, Bibs. You are probably in a minority of about one and a half but I appreciate the support 🙂 .

    • FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 11:23 am #

      What do you suggest? It’s probably old English tradition to have a head of state to appoint/nominate judges – in England, that’s the Queen (God Bless her) in US – it’s the President.

      • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 11:31 am #

        Finca

        What is it about the word ‘nominally’ that you don’t understand?

        When I was at school, we used to get prizes (books) for achievements in class. They were handed out by some august guest invited to hand them out, shake out hand, and give a supposedly motivational speech.

        They did not choose the recipients – the class teachers did.

        Likewise, as I already stated quite unambiguously, a commission of judges selects a new Supreme Court judge. The name is passed on to the Prime Minister, who passes it on to the Queen. The Queen has nothing more to do with the appointment than the guest speaker at my old Speech Days had to do with the selection of pupils who were to get prizes.

      • FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 11:36 am #

        Great.

        English humor – it is when a Constitutional Monarchy means that they do have a Queen, but do not have a Constitution.

        Similarly, Democracy according to English is when the Demos votes on Brexit exactly the same way as the Privy Council of Her Majesty voted the day before.

        • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 12:53 pm #

          Finca

          I know it’s difficult to imagine a country having a body of constitutional law that’s not written, for your convenience, on a single piece of paper, but alas, that’s what we have.

          If you can’t wrap your mind round that, you should stick to colouring everything in sight red, white or black. Or brighten up your world with some sunny yellow.

          And the Privy Council didn’t vote on Brexit. As Exscotticus is fond of saying: link, or it didn’t happen.

        • Tate September 26, 2018 at 1:55 pm #

          They can call anything they want “the constitution.” LOL. An opinion piece in the Guardian? Sure, let’s be ‘inclusive.’

          • Tate September 26, 2018 at 3:58 pm #

            On the other hand, to be fair, so can a nation with a written Constitution. A poem inside an old statue can be made part of the written ‘Constitution’ & attain the force of law.

          • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 4:50 pm #

            There is little point in responding to people who wish to believe silly things.

            Having done a small amount of constitutional law in one area, in addition to half a joint honours degree in Politics, I can assure you that the Guardian was never a source.

            All students start here:

            amazon.co.uk/English-Constitution-Oxford-Worlds-Classics/dp/0199539014/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1…

            But that’s just a start.

    • JohnAZ September 26, 2018 at 12:04 pm #

      The Supremme Court has the function of judicial revew, developed independent of the Constitution. This is the political side of the court. Is a law passed by Congress and signed by the President constitutional? And the main question of course is, what does that mean? Strict Constitutional judges interpret the gist of the Constitution literally as they think the Founding Fathers intended. Liberal judges believe that the Constitution is a living constantly changeable document according to the whims of the moment. Both are needed. I would imagine that even with the U.K. System, judicial decision making depends the outlook of a judge and balance in the court makes it operate well. I, for one, think the next judge appointed should be more liberal, like Merritt Garland, as too much bias cripples any political system.

      • Tate September 26, 2018 at 12:28 pm #

        “I, for one, think the next judge appointed should be more liberal, like Merritt Garland, as too much bias cripples any political system.”

        Sir, you must be a RINO.

        • JohnAZ September 26, 2018 at 5:01 pm #

          Definitely not a RINO.. But a strict Constitutionalist who understands that it only works with a balance of powers. One way politics like we have seen from the Clinton administration on, distorts the system so badly. The liberals got into power so completely that they now feel they have the right to be in power. Trump will take care of rebalancing D.C. If he can get past the Deep State logjam. D.C. Works best when it drifts from moderate liberal to moderate conservative on a regular basis. Each side has its strengths and weaknesses and by blending both, good answers happen.

          • Tate September 26, 2018 at 8:56 pm #

            It’s sad, John, looks like you’ve been reading National Review again.

          • Janos Skorenzy September 27, 2018 at 2:00 pm #

            You’re in contest mode. America is a Steel Cage Match. They lied and cheated to get Civil Rights passed and get these evil Justices into the Court.

      • GreenAlba September 26, 2018 at 1:37 pm #

        I take your point, JohnAZ. Maybe what is needed is the avoidance of rigid extremists on either side. Even changeability can have its rigid proponents. Still perhaps best not appointed by a President, who is necessarily a representative of one political polarity.

        • Exscotticus September 26, 2018 at 11:36 pm #

          @GreenAlba, there’s nothing sacred in the USA that hasn’t been politicized. Here, for example, is Dem socialist Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez trying to convert school children.

          >>> Still perhaps best not appointed by a President, who is necessarily a representative of one political polarity.

          Not necessarily. Trump, for example, is not representative of Republicans. Most RINOs despise him, and vice-versa. Trump is a populist billionaire who draws his support directly from those who voted for him. Hence his frequent rallies that are uncharacteristic of other presidents. It’s his way of saying, “I can land in any major city and fill a venue to capacity with 24 hours notice. Can you?”

          And of course even these rallies are a source of contention. The MSM routinely lies about how many show up. I personally witnessed it when Trump came to my area. The line to get in wrapped around blocks for miles; they had to turn people away. The MSM reported that Trump failed to fill the venue. It was fake news. Here’s a story proving that the NYT underestimated a recent event by 5x. The truth is that Trump can even land in liberal cities like NY, NJ, CT, and draw more people than any other elected officials in those states.

    • Elrond Hubbard September 26, 2018 at 3:13 pm #

      GreenAlba, the U.S. Supreme Court has always been a political institution at least as much as a juridical one. For its first 150 years or so, the court represented the views of those who made appointments to it (the President) and of the unelected senators who advised and consented/withheld consent to the president’s appointments. This ensured that the court would always side with the money power that actually governed the country.

      This changed in the 1930s, when Franklin Delano Roosevelt found his New Deal policies being overturned continually by the court of the day. He resolved to get his way by packing the court with more sympathetic appointees, and even proposed adding more judges to the panel to make this possible. (The constitution doesn’t actually specify the number of justices, so there would have been nothing to stop him given that Congress was on his side.)

      In end the FDR got his way. Afterward the Supreme Court went uncharacteristically liberal for several decades following WWII, which were the high tide of American liberalism. These years saw landmarks like the Miranda decision, which required police officers to ensure that people under arrest were informed of their rights (hence the famous litany from every TV show and movie when someone gets arrested), and of course the ever-controversial Roe v. Wade.

      The conservative movement has been angling to reclaim the Supreme Court for a quarter century or more. A lot of effort and money has gone into training up a generation of candidates that Republican presidents can appoint as the opportunity arises. Hearings are conducted under the pretense that the candidate is not a political operative who is being positioned to spend the rest of their lifetime appointment doing the party’s bidding. The ultimate aim is to dismantle the New Deal and progressive policies generally, and return the United States to the Gilded Age — when the country lay naked and helpless before the depredations of the wealthy. Social issues like abortion are useful provocations for herding people into doing what the power players want.

  93. bibliomaniac September 26, 2018 at 10:48 am #

    “Trump’s boast at the UN prompts laughter from world leaders…”

    USA Today Sept 25, 2018

  94. janet September 26, 2018 at 11:08 am #

    Among Republicans Trump’s approval rating is at 82%. If you take that approval rating number and factor in party identification numbers and break it up into segments of the total population, only 20% of the US population over the age of 18 are Republicans who approve of Trump.

    82% of the Republicans who approve of the job Trump is doing only translates to 20% of the country, overall. I feel better. In my country immigrants and refugees are welcome. A Blue/Independent wave is coming. It is a little over a month away.

    • Exscotticus September 26, 2018 at 11:56 am #

      Even if this poll was, say, more accurate than those that predicted Trump had no chance of winning the presidency, the problem with your calculus is that Trump supporters aren’t really Republicans. In fact they despise RINO Republicans, which is why they rejected all the established swamp Republicans for POTUS.

      You keep thinking the deplorables have been polled but they haven’t. Then as now, unhinged liberal violence and intimidation has taught deplorables to quietly go about their lives while liberals have their daily meltdowns.

      The Left has learned nothing these past few years. Same leaders, same identity politics, same belief that Trump is unpopular because their fake news polls tell them so. Your blue wave is a sure thing—just like Hillary was…

      • janet September 26, 2018 at 12:17 pm #

        “Even if this poll was, say, more accurate than those that predicted Trump had no chance of winning the presidency” –exscotticus

        Once again you falsely represent the polls. THERE WAS NOT A SINGLE POLL that predicted Trump had no chance of winning. Name one if you can. None exists. ALL THE POLLS gave Trump a chance of winning.

        But Trump did not win the popular vote. Trump lost to Hillary by 3 million votes. If you add in the other 7 million non-Trump/non-Hillary votes, Trump lost by 10 million votes. That is not counting the non-Trump supporters who do not believe in voting for anyone.

        Trump has support of 20% of the country.

      • Tate September 26, 2018 at 12:33 pm #

        Whenever the pollsters call, I tell them I’m not voting. But I’m lying to them. It’s part of a group evolutionary strategy.

      • cbeard September 27, 2018 at 9:19 am #

        Most pollsters have no integrity. I was polled once by phone about an election and I can’t remember specifically which one. When asked for my preference between a Dem. and a Rep. candidate, I replied that I was neither and would cast my ballot for any third party candidate in the running. The pollster wouldn’t accept it and said If there were no third parties involved, who would you vote for? I again told him if the only choice I had was from bad to worst, then I would not vote. He then said I’ll put you down as undecided. I was and am not undecided. I will not vote for a status quo candidate of any stripe.

    • messianicdruid September 26, 2018 at 12:05 pm #

      In a month the arrests will be complete and the military tribunals will begin.

      Pay close attention to Trumps tweets on October third.

      • janet September 26, 2018 at 12:19 pm #

        Thanks, MD.

        I will also be paying close attention to the blue wave midterm election voting results on Tuesday evening, November 6, 2018.

        • hmuller September 26, 2018 at 3:59 pm #

          More like the blue puddle that evaporated. LOL

  95. janet September 26, 2018 at 12:25 pm #

    “In a month the arrests will be complete and the military tribunals will begin.” –messianicdruid

    MD, the military swears an oath of allegiance to the Constitution, not to the President. Even the UCMJ dictates that members of the military are obligated to refuse to follow illegal orders from Trump, under penalty of court-martial.

    Trump cannot count on the military to carry out any illegal order issued by Trump.

    “I, Janet, do solemnly affirm that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God.”

    Not only should an unlawful order not be obeyed, obeying such an order can result in criminal prosecution. Military courts have long held that military members are accountable for their actions even while following orders.

    “I was only following orders,” has been unsuccessfully used as a legal defense in hundreds of cases (probably most notably by Nazi leaders at the Nuremberg tribunals following World War II).

    • hmuller September 26, 2018 at 3:57 pm #

      Janet, how much time have you spent in the military? I spent 20 years and I know how those men and women think and act.

      They will follow the President’s orders when they are legal and constitutional and even if they are questionable. People don’t sit around engaged in constitutional debate and then everyone does what he thinks right. It’s more like “where we go one, we go all.”

      The military will certainly not follow your crowd of cultural Marxists, globalist-loving, primal scream, 26 gendered freaks and traitors.

  96. volodya September 26, 2018 at 12:30 pm #

    Yes, there’s the fictional penis-of-death from another world up on the big screen giving women movie-goers deliriums. Fortunately it’s merely a figment of a tormented creative mind, one that people willingly subject themselves to and pay money to be traumatized by.

    But there’s the non-fictional, penis-of-fate from this world, extant on the landscape, unacknowledged, swelling year-by-year to globe-fucking proportions.

    You can imagine a young person, relatively new to this life, not yet having learned the habits of willful blindness, not yet having put on cognitive fetters, and therefore not yet knowing what’s NOT ok to see and what’s NOT ok to point out.

    “Mom, Dad, what’s that?” the child innocently asks, pointing to what looks gigantic and life-threatening.

    And you can imagine Mommy and Daddy gasping and putting their hands over the child’s eyes to shield them from what must not be recognized and must not be spoken of.

    In the real world Mommy and Daddy are of course the educational establishment and especially bastions of higher learning, whose self-appointed task it is not to illuminate, but rather the opposite, to draw the blinds, to envelope the mind of the young and impressionable student in ignorance.

    Of course, ignorance has as its root the term “ignore” and that’s the task of the educator, to train the youngster to not see what’s there, to ignore, and to do it all on their own without supervision. I mean, the teacher and professor can’t be a constant presence.

    It’s this penis-of-fate that the student is trained to not see, to blithely walk past. For their own temporary benefit,certain societal and class interests dictate that it not be seen, that it not be spoken of, never mind dealt with.

    As anyone who has a penis can tell you, the penis has imperatives that will not be ignored, that for the good of all, MUST not be ignored, and the penis-of-fate is no different in this regard.

    If we ignore it, we risk getting fucked by it.

    • janet September 26, 2018 at 12:55 pm #

      “that’s the task of the educator, to train the youngster to not see what’s there, to ignore…” –volodya

      Nonsense. How much exposure have you had to the educational system? Universities? Community colleges?

      The educational system, volodya, is a system which is part of the real world. In fact, 21st century education is focused on real-world connections.

      Real-world connections draw from actual objects and situations to effectively address problems or issues; learning that allows students to actually experience or practice concepts and skills, as opposed to learning that is theoretical or idealistic. Today education features learning projects that are relevant to or provide benefit to students, their families or the community.

      These real-world learning experiences happen at high schools, community colleges (in both academic and vocational programs), and in universities. They take myriad forms.

      Your broad brush contempt for “elites” and “ivory towers” is more of a 20th century criticism, which you have failed to update. Perhaps you are a bit out of touch with real world education nowadays?

      • elysianfield September 26, 2018 at 7:54 pm #

        “Your broad brush contempt for “elites” and “ivory towers” is more of a 20th century criticism…

        Janet,
        How about “Marxist, Globalist Utopians” as a 21st century update?

  97. FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 12:40 pm #

    Introduction to the Theory of Three Hurricanes

    As I wrote, the IL-20 crash in Syria changed the geopolitical situation to such an extent that in my opinion even Hillary, who organized that change, was confused and began to act chaotically.

    Worst of all in my opinion this situation is for the Netanyahu government in Israel, as evidenced by the unprecedented humiliation that they experienced when they wanted to come to Moscow, apparently in order to offer some kind of compensation deal, and Moscow refused to accept them.

    And the prospects for Israel in this situation, to put it mildly, are not good. And I do not even mean the appearance of the S-300 in Syria in the hands of the Syrian air defense shitheads – I think that without regard to their “provocation”, they honestly earned this title by knocking down the Russian plane instead of Israeli, and I think that the Israeli taking offense at Russians is connected not so much with the accusations of Israel, as with the lack of accusations of the Syrians in this catastrophe.

    As far as I understand, Eskin says quite frankly that Israel does not care about the S-300, and I personally do not understand it, but in my opinion the S-300 scared the Americans, and that is Clintonoids, and not the Trumpistas. Very important information on this topic is often provided by advertising – in particular when PBS laid down under Clinton the ads there were placed by BAE Systems, allegedly then creating a railgun for the infamous destroyer Zumvalt and I asked my friends in the US to record who is advertising in the programs about the Israeli conflict and Russia in Syria.

    And judging by these ads, the whole story may turn out to be a hidden advertisement of Lockheed Martin.

    They somehow got too nervous when Turkey was going to buy the S-400, and they urgently need to rebuild the myth of the invincibility of their planes, and Israel is the most suitable performer for this.

    The fact is that in the Israeli F-16I is staffed with special Israeli-made avionics, densely packed in the cockpit of the Israeli F -16I and creating a pleasant tightness in the cockpit of the Israeli pilot, and given the large number of Soviet specialists working in the Israel Technion and other places, does not help the successful operation of the S-300, to put it mildly.

    And I have no doubt that the successful evasion of the F-16I from the S-300 will be advertised as the invincibility of the F-16 and even more so the F-35. Moreover, they have already begun to advertise the F-35 in the Pro-Trump press as an excellent means of destroying the S-300 installations, and I have no doubt that in the near future they will try to present these flying steam irons as a means of suppressing the S-400, although as you understand, the Israeli F-35 has the same relation to the American F-35, as the Sufa F-16I to the F-16.

    Despite all that, Israel’s situation is extremely sad. Even if it manages to suppress the Syrian air defense without entering into direct conflict with Russia and without suppressing the S-400, still the Russian crews of the S-300, established to prevent further manifestations of the Syrian shit-headiness, will start dying and relations with Russia will deteriorate, even if it is will not be announced.

    But the most important thing that on September 18 the notorious copper pan, was hit not only by the Russian-Israeli agreement on the prevention of dangerous incidents in the sky of Syria, but also a strategic secret agreement between Putin’s Russia, Israel Netanyahu and the US Trump about the joint struggle against the globalist Europe and Clinton America.

    I do not mention a certain part of Israel, which I do not yet know how to name, because until September 18 it behaved comparatively well, and in this alliance of Deep Staters with whom the legitimate governments of Russia, Israel and the United States were fighting, was not included.

    And this union has supposedly hit the copper pan and now the main threat for Russia is not attacks of Israeli F-35 and F-16I Sufa on the S-300 or even the S-400, but the impeachment of Trump in December and the New Year’s salute to Hillary Clinton, her hands on a button with the inscription “Overload”.

    Well, the fate of the US is clear (and sad) in this case, and if it escapes us all, then there remains a copper pan, which has already hit Trump’s plan to force Iran to voluntarily refuse to develop its own nuclear weapons, establish diplomatic relations with Israel and renounce statements that threatens Israel with destruction. And in combination with Hezbollah’s support, all this together will force Israel to launch a nuclear strike against the Iranian nuclear center.

    Nuclear strike against the Islamic country!!! You understand the consequences.

    Thus, the theory of world projects that underlies this analysis leads for the first time to conclusions and recommendations for prayers, essentially different from those that you want to say after watching the official American media.

    And the attack of a French frigate or a missile launched by an Israeli fighter confirms my theory just perfectly, and in this situation my theory can again become interesting and optimistic again only in the event of intervention by the higher forces.

    And it seems that they have already intervened, putting before the mankind the question of the three hurricanes, about which I wrote in the previous post, supplemented by one air crash, McCain’s funeral and the gubernatorial elections in Russia and Trump’s speech to the UN yesterday, but the explanation of the connection of these events will be presented in the next post , and here the mention of it is the same white dot in the picture depicting the absolute haze, about which El Greco wrote.

  98. Tate September 26, 2018 at 12:43 pm #

    That frightful hog left the sty a long time ago. It emerged out of Arkansas, calling itself Razorback Bill. With a crooked leer & a big cigar of lust it savaged the maidens fair & not so fair. It left a stain on all it touched.

    • janet September 26, 2018 at 1:07 pm #

      “I will always remain firm on this point: it was a consensual relationship.” –Monica Lewinsky

      Not shit-faced “stumbling drunk” like Kavanaugh. Not gang rape, like Kavanaugh. Not non-consensual sexual assault, like Kavanaugh. Mr. Clinton is a gentleman.

      • messianicdruid September 26, 2018 at 6:01 pm #

        So, [ married ] “gentlemen” remain gentlemen after having consensual sexual relationships with the hired help?

        • pequiste September 26, 2018 at 8:09 pm #

          And also having reported visiting Jeffery Epstein’s “private” U.S. Virgin Island’s Little St. James’ a slew of times?

          Having travelled there on a swank private jet given the appellation “The….”, you know it Janet! C’mon say it along with all of us Clusterfuckers: “The Lolita Express.” Yessirreebubba.

          Can you spell P.E.D.0.P.H.1.L.1.A. ?

    • bibliomaniac September 26, 2018 at 2:49 pm #

      Unfortunately, Tate, the REAL frightful hogs are now lying dead by the thousands, hip deep in the fetid swamp that is North Carolina. Soon, no President, past, present, or future will matter as much as Mother Nature’s wrath.

      Is it time we paid attention?

  99. FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 2:56 pm #

    Hillary Clinton became severely confused from her unexpected success in destroying Russo-American-Israeli coalition that she began to act erratically and chaotically, which was immediately noticed by Michael Avenatti, who took the reins of the Flying Monkeys into his own greedy hands, losing all pretenses at decency, already seeing himself a Prince-consort of Her Majesty Hillary after taking care of old Bill with the help of Russian Novichok – killing two birds with one stone – provided to him by his secret mistress and admirer Theresa May.

    To this end, Michael Avenatti seized control of the FED, ordered printing several gazillion dollars in order to hire a swarming bunch of American women of Balzac’s age with unfulfilled girlish dreams and with help of little LSD and his charming personality, as well as payoff of untold truckloads of dollars, having them sing from his scripts which are urgently being written for him by the best script writers of Hollywood snuff movies.

    • janet September 26, 2018 at 5:06 pm #

      finca, not a single sentence you write is supported by common sense or evidence, not that it needs to be on CFN. But to say Michael Avenatti “seized control of the FED” is Fake News. Pure pro-Trump Russian-originated nonsensical distraction.

      • Exscotticus September 26, 2018 at 5:33 pm #

        You tell him, janet! Michael Avenatti will always and forever be Creepy Porn Lawyer. No one can take that away from him.

        • janet September 26, 2018 at 8:22 pm #

          Avenatti has won over $1 Billion in verdicts and settlements as lead counsel.

          #basta

          • hmuller September 27, 2018 at 2:07 pm #

            Who would have thought that championing old whores was so lucrative?
            What gets me is the guy’s permanent anger and moral outrage. Never in the history of humanity has anyone been so mistreated as the sagging pole dancer beside him.

  100. Exscotticus September 26, 2018 at 3:24 pm #

    Time for Kav/Ford hearing predictions!

    I predict that Ford’s tesimony will be thoroughly punctuated by tearful weeping emotionalism. The more probing the questions, the more the tears will flow, and the more Dems will portray the questioner as a bully and skilled manipulator of truth. Sniffles, kleenex breaks, and emotional hugs will run down the clock, and break up the tempo and momentum of the proceedings. Answers will be meek and muddled behind yet more tears and squeaking sounds like those from an infant or perhaps a dying baby mouse. “Was that a yes or a no?” the quizzical audience will ponder in unison. No matter. This poor woman has clearly suffered enough. Let the allegations stand unchallenged…

    • elysianfield September 27, 2018 at 11:24 am #

      Ex,
      Every swinging dick on the podium will understand that there is a fine line between the appearance of legitimate questioning and that of cruel badgering of the “victim”.

      The questioning will be mostly softballs…this is a lose-lose situation for the home team….

    • Janos Skorenzy September 27, 2018 at 2:03 pm #

      She talks like a little girl. Is it an act? Or if real, how did this bizarre person become a professor? Something is very wrong here….

      • hmuller September 27, 2018 at 2:13 pm #

        Janos, I recall back when Paula Jones first spoke publicly, a female psychologist said that a woman with a little girl voice was sexually molested as a child (generally speaking),

        Maybe Ms Ford was raped years before she encountered the teenage Kavanaugh, maybe she’s staging an act. But I agree she doesn’t carry herself as someone very intelligent and in command of her situation..

  101. bibliomaniac September 26, 2018 at 3:41 pm #

    In 2003, George Washington University Law School established the Michael J. Avenatti Award for Excellence in Pre-Trial and Trial Advocacy, an annual award given to the member of the graduating Juris Doctor Class who demonstrated excellence in pre-trial and trial advocacy.

    …Wikipedia

  102. pequiste September 26, 2018 at 4:25 pm #

    Oh no! Another woman comes forward to brand Brett Kavanaugh worse than a masher: he’s a rapist (albeit three, or is that four, decades late.) What’s several decades mean between America’s great (sarc) political parties?

    And to think Ms. Swetnick liked to go to those Frat parties??

    nytimes.com/2018/09/26/us/politics/julie-swetnick-avenatti-kavenaugh.html?rref=collection%2Fsectionc…

    Irrespective of the outcome of these hearings or the confirmation vote, no doubt, he’s bringing SexyBack!

    youtube.com/watch?v=3gOHvDP_vCs

  103. janet September 26, 2018 at 5:28 pm #

    Trump is holding a press conference right now, throwing Kavanaugh under the bus… not the same bus where Trump confessed his penchant for sexual assault via pussy grabbing. To be fair, Trump did not drug his victims like Kavanaugh did. But Kavanaugh drugging women for the purpose of a gang rape may be why Trump is flipping.

    • janet September 26, 2018 at 5:52 pm #

      There is no statute of limitations on Kavanaugh’s crimes, so it doesn’t matter when they happened… Kavenaugh can still be charged, tried, found guilty, disbarred, fired from his current job, and imprisoned.

      • RIB September 26, 2018 at 6:02 pm #

        And the evidence that will convict is?

        • janet September 26, 2018 at 6:10 pm #

          There are many women Kavanaugh drugged and raped who have not yet come forward. I don’t know if I would either because of the death threats from Trump supporters. When you have 27 women all risking their lives to tell the truth about being raped by Kavanaugh that is the evidence.

          • JohnAZ September 26, 2018 at 7:30 pm #

            Janet, you had better hope that these women are telling the truth. If this is all made up or exaggerated for liberal purposes, women’s credibility, including yours, is going to just fade away and #me too is going to go with it. This is so obviously a power play by a bunch of frustrated females. A commentator made a very good point yesterday. This is going to drive men away from the liberal causes and the Democratic Party in droves. The country will be divided into Democrats, brown and black, and #metoo and GOP, men and what is left. I wonder how many of these ladies in #metoo will be willing to fight for their “rights” when the shooting starts in the civil war to come. Not too many.

          • SoftStarLight September 26, 2018 at 8:12 pm #

            JohnAZ, Janet is not even American. If you scroll up she made a comment to the effect that her country welcomes immigrants and refugees.

          • Exscotticus September 26, 2018 at 8:41 pm #

            >>> When you have 27 women all risking their lives to tell the truth about being raped by Kavanaugh that is the evidence.

            janet so far there aren’t even 2 women who can collaborate a single accusation.

            The closest you can come to 27 women would be the 75 women who know him personally and who all came together to support him.

            When you have 75 women who have known him, worked with him, even dated him, all saying the same thing—he’s a great guy—then you know that these women are “all risking their lives to tell the truth” about Kav’s awesomeness.

          • SoftStarLight September 26, 2018 at 9:15 pm #

            Yeah but conservative women don’t have the right too be believed or heard.

          • thwack September 27, 2018 at 2:46 pm #

            I seen Kavanaugh on a grassy knoll

    • SoftStarLight September 26, 2018 at 7:40 pm #

      Janet, did you seriously say that Bill Clinton was a gentleman? How dare you!!!!!! He actually beat and raped women. Unbelievably cruel and hurtful of you!!!!!

      • Exscotticus September 26, 2018 at 8:31 pm #

        She did. And she likes Creepy Porn Lawyer.

        • SoftStarLight September 26, 2018 at 9:05 pm #

          Aha! That’s right, Michael Avenatti who is using all of these women to become famous and smear a good man. These women are foolish and make me feel a cringy shame. They were probably the mean girls in school who not only picked on, but taunted boys to pick on other girls. Since we want to have conversations about abuse……..

    • hmuller September 27, 2018 at 2:17 pm #

      Trump didn’t throw Kavanaugh under he bus. This shows how twisted and delusional you are, Janet. Too much Saul Alinski?!

  104. SoftStarLight September 26, 2018 at 7:33 pm #

    OMG I love Donald J. Trump!!!!!!!

  105. janet September 26, 2018 at 9:03 pm #

    James Howard Kunstler has stated the following: “If interest rates go up, the industry will choke on the debt it has already accumulated and lose access to new loans.” He also emphatically stated the US economy will NEVER EVER recover from the Bush 2007-2008 recession.

    Yet Fed officials have upped their outlook for U.S. economic growth this year and next. They now expect the U.S. economy to grow by 3.1 percent in 2018, up from 2.8 percent. They also see the economy expanding 2.5 percent in 2019, up from 2.4 percent.

    The Fed also raised its target overnight rate to a range of 2 percent to 2.25 percent, up from 1.75 percent to 2 percent. This marks the central bank’s eighth rate hike since 2015…. something JHK has maintained the economy cannot sustain.

    So, according to JHK’s prediction we are on the very verge of collapse as industry chokes on its debt load and loses access to new loans. Any day now our house of cards economy could collapse. Or…

    • RIB September 27, 2018 at 6:25 am #

      While Kuntsler’s economic predictions are laughable, his analysis of human nature is spot on

  106. ozone September 26, 2018 at 9:20 pm #

    Sometimes the short-sightedness on this comment section is a bit shocking……… but mostly, not.

    What most of youse assholes don’t realize is that when Kavanaugh (or some other yet-unnamed bagman) is warming the “bench” with their well-greased coulo, that’s when the fun really starts. Exchanging your birthright for corporate control (and the accelerated poisoning of the earth) because you happen to be scared shitless of women having control over their reproductive parts ain’t the brightest bit of “reasoning” I’ve ever witnessed. What I *am* pleased to see, is that you don’t mind dynamiting yet another “cherished institution” and annihilating its credibility. (They were already doing a fine job of that thanks to the current crop of meatwads driving the bus of political favoritism into one ditch after the next. You can now proudly say its exactly what “da cuntry” needs and what you wished even harder for than a pony.)

    And, mark my words, such a bagman will occupy that bench and bring it out of [a slight and very mild] enlightenment into a darkness that even the finger-in-the-wind, Collins & Murkowski will one day rue.

    Don’t forget to go fuck yourselves; do it today!

  107. FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 10:06 pm #

    finca, not a single sentence you write is supported by common sense or evidence

    A fairy tale, for sure, but with a hint – a good lesson to good fellas!

  108. FincaInTheMountains September 26, 2018 at 10:57 pm #

    Nobody paid attention to the most shocking part of tonight’s Trump press conference: regarding how close US and Russia were to a nuclear war before he got elected.

    Of course, President Trump did not say “Russia”, but he did not say “North Korea” either, as was lied by mainstream media.

    That’s what he said exactly:

    ‘They said, “Oh, Trump is saying these horrible things. He’s going to get us into a war. You were going to have a war – if I wasn’t elected, you’d be in a war,’ he asserted. ‘And President Obama essentially said the same thing. He was ready to go to war. You would have had a war and you would have lost millions, not thousands.’

    youtube.com/watch?v=9XtnsvhifE8&t=2100

    • SoftStarLight September 27, 2018 at 12:04 am #

      President Trump single-handedly brought peace to the Korean Peninsula!

    • elysianfield September 27, 2018 at 11:31 am #

      ” He was ready to go to war….”

      Komraden Finc,
      Yeah, we were gonna do it too! Then we heard about Russia’s wonder weapons….

  109. JohnAZ September 27, 2018 at 12:16 am #

    Whaddya think? Mitt Romney for president in 2020 with Jeff Flake as his VEEP. Talk about a RINO wet dream! Flake and his mentor McCain were two of the biggest con artists in history. Two liberal Democrats that successfully fooled the Arizona public into believing they were conservative.

    • SoftStarLight September 27, 2018 at 12:24 am #

      Never again for any RINOs! Walk away from RNC and DNC and come home to America First.

  110. JohnAZ September 27, 2018 at 12:26 am #

    Just a thought. The #me too movement may be nature’s answer to the population explosion. No self respecting cautious man would get within ten feet of them.

    • SoftStarLight September 27, 2018 at 12:31 am #

      Lol :-p

    • SoftStarLight September 27, 2018 at 12:40 am