February 18, 2013

Man up, Jeff

Okay, I’ll try harder, I guess.

For instance, check this out:  I REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY OPPOSE GUN CONTROL!  LIKE, SERIOUSLY!

Yeaaaaarrrrrrggggghhh!

 

Posted by Jeff G. @ 2:31pm
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Comments (21)

  1. I’m not convinced.

  2. You should probably just move to Oklahoma.

  3. Better. At least it’s not whiny.

    Now try:
    “You can vote for this, mofos, but if you do, we’re coming after you. We’re coming after you with everything. We don’t care if you’re a Democrat or Republican, we will primary you, sabotage you, boycott you, destroy your career. You’ll be the sad divorced guy with no friends crying into his beer at the sleazy gar bar in Boulder. ‘I was somebody once. Then I listened to Joe Biden.’”

  4. Who the fuck are you, Danby?

    Seriously.

  5. I don’t need help, Danby, with all due respect. You try things your way and I’ll try things mine.

    If you read my site regularly, you’d understand that I’m harder on squish Republicans than just about anyone. I don’t “whine.” I make arguments, often very aggressively. Some have led to my marginalization on the right. But I don’t much care.

    You’re barking up the wrong tree.

  6. what cranky just said

    w.t.f. danby?

  7. Danby, your, ah, masculinity? It’s just ignorance in disguise.

  8. danby rhymes with namby pamby

  9. So, this guy says you wear satin lining in your tweed breeks?

  10. a box of frosted flakes and a half gallon of milk go a long way in the fight against fascism

  11. I hear the Citadel is taking new homeowners… http://www.iiicitadel.com/

  12. Of course you can attempt to vote them out of office or recall them but these measures even if they succeed aren’t going to influence their vote right now.

    The Democrats have a whole support network of Universities, Foundations, non-profits, government bureaucracies, activist groups who will always find a nice good paying position for those who have sacrificed their political career for the cause.

    It makes their guys threat-proof. They know full well that as long as they toe the Party line they will never go hungry and always get the invites to the best parties for their spouses. They just have to always vote the way the Party bosses tell them too.

    And when their vote is not crucial they will be allowed to make a stand that can be used to convince the bitter clingers that they really, really are conservative.

    This is also why they seem so dumb. They are, and are recruited for it. Smart guys might just slip the leash because they figure they can make it without the Party. That type isn’t usefully idiotic enough.

  13. What happened to Danby?

    Maybe his mom didn’t pay the internet bill…

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  15. The Democrats have a whole support network of Universities, Foundations, non-profits, government bureaucracies, activist groups who will always find a nice good paying position for those who have sacrificed their political career for the cause.

    This is what makes paying for those sinecures from public funds so galling. Possibly equally as galling is when it comes from foundations originally funded by capitalist philanthropists then hijacked by otherwise unemployable professional do-gooders.

    I’d say a good rule of thumb for a right-leaning person looking to create a foundation is to remember that they only have control of these things for as long as they are alive. Speaking of which, here’s a good documentary along those lines. There’s no such thing as an ironclad endowment or trust in a banana republic.

  16. That pingback from my site is for quoting geoffb @4:01PM.

    A fine explanation.

  17. Bob, my standard is based on Congressman Hank Johnson and his Guam tipping over question.

  18. Don’t worry, David Frum has our backs…okay, you can start worrying.

  19. I keep imagining Hank Johnson rolling Guam like he was in a lumberjack competition.

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