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Sunday, March 19, 2017

Noble defeatists hell-bent on losing

The God-Emperor simply cannot count on the cucks and cons in Congress following his lead:
Congressional Republicans have a lot to say about their new president.

Donald Trump's proposed budget is "draconian, careless and counterproductive." The health care plan is a bailout that won't pass. And his administration's suggestion that former President Barack Obama used London's spy agency for surveillance is simply "inexplicable."

With friends like these, who needs Democrats?

Less than two months in, Republicans have emerged as one of the biggest obstacles to Trump's young administration, imperiling his early efforts to pass his agenda and make good on some of his biggest campaign promises.

Trump's embrace of a House GOP plan to overhaul the country's health system faces deep opposition from across the party, as does his push to get U.S. taxpayers to pay for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. Republicans largely rejected his thin, 53-page first budget, joking that there's a "fat chance for skinny budget" on Capitol Hill. And his tax reform and infrastructure plans have yet to gain any real traction in Congress.
Eventually, Republicans in the House and Senate are going to grasp that it is the God-Emperor who is popular with Americans, not them. They need to understand that their days of going down to noble defeat and always playing the role of the Washington Generals to the Democrats' Globetrotters is over.

The fate of the American people is at stake. The Republican propensity for defeatism and surrender needs to be relinquished, but if it is not, well, it's not as if President Trump will find it too difficult to rout them. Losing is what they know best how to do, after all.

And if they won't get with the God-Emperor's program, a few examples will have to be made in the 2018 primaries.

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63 Comments:

Blogger tuberman March 19, 2017 7:35 AM  

Yep, The God-Emperor is making lists of who's districts he will go to and turn GOPe voters against, I'm sure. He will pick on the vulnerable ones. He will also go to the states and districts of the weak Democrats and destroy some of their political careers.

Blogger tuberman March 19, 2017 7:38 AM  

I meant the GOPe candidates, he will replace with people on his side during primaries next election. He will stump hard for their opponents.

Blogger Shimshon March 19, 2017 7:45 AM  

This is where I begin to have newfound appreciation for Lincoln's (alleged) arrest warrant for Chief Justice Roger B. Taney.

With a government shutdown looming, Trump will likely be able to blame any problems on Congress. Plus, I seriously doubt he's going to play the Washington Monument Syndrome game if such a shutdown comes. He'll close all the unpopular programs and agencies first, to massive nationwide cheering. He holds a good hand, due to Congress' chicanery in fobbing off the debt increase to his administration.

Moar Winning!

Anonymous Mark Auld March 19, 2017 7:46 AM  

If this doesn't prove the need for a 3rd party, I don't know what does (populist )?The number of R's that are in opposition is astounding,perhaps the true deplorables.A new tea party to replace house and Senate traitors is what's needed in 2018.

Anonymous W. Lindsay Wheeler March 19, 2017 7:56 AM  

The Republicans are gutless wonders aren't they?

Cowardice before the mob. Not a new thing.

There is no such thing as a "conservative ideology"--actually there is no overriding ideology on the conservative side. A third of them are Libertarians like Justin Amash who is a Never Trumper. Fred Upton is another. Much of them are compromised with political correctness as well. Some of them are Masons.

Unlike the Progressives which is a religious movement, the republicans are not a religion---have no religion, are lost in space, and have no clue. There is no unity, no under-girded ideology and very few if any have any training in virtue.

Blogger Lazarus March 19, 2017 7:58 AM  

Their constituents need to get vocal now, not wait for the primaries.

Anonymous BGKB March 19, 2017 8:06 AM  

Maybe in 2018 challengers will openly run on the "Not a cuckold" platform? How little did the PPgate videos cost for being the most effective anti abortion action ever taken?

Blogger Cataline Sergius March 19, 2017 8:24 AM  

The press is pushing hard on the "deep divisions between Trump and the GOP" stories.

There are some of course.

Mostly old farts like McCain and Graham who give their own side the middle finger so the press will feel obliged to give them a three second stroke job.

McCain is irritating but inconsequential, once you are a failed presidential candidate everybody knows your're a finished force in politics.

Graham is the more annoying. He honestly thinks he can cuck his way to the presidency. The man can't lead, doesn't follow and won't get out of the way.

Blogger mgh March 19, 2017 8:26 AM  

A budget defines the maximum amount to be spent. Trump can still direct his cabinet to spend less, eliminate positions, to go slow on congressional pet projects.

Blogger MrPaules March 19, 2017 8:30 AM  

Trump has a moral obligation to force the prosecution of known pedophiles in congress and government. This is a must because the lives of children are at stake. Let the chips fall where they may. The president cannot rebuild a sound government with rotten timbers.

Anonymous Basket of Deplorables March 19, 2017 8:31 AM  

As a former-con, even I can't wrap my head around how cucked the republicuck congresscritters like Ryan are. Take Obamacare 'repeal and replace' Quite obvious the D's interest is in anchoring the negotiations to the 'we get everything, you get nothing' Obamacare. Even I can't wrap my head around Ryancare attempt tp tinker around the edges, keep the entitlements, and get 'our' fingerprints all over this sinking ship.

It would be easy enough to pass, 'As of midnight 12/31/2017, the so called Affordable Care Act is repealed.' Now let's start negotiating the replacement legislation, we have a deadline.

It would be so easy to do, the R base would love it, the D base powerless to stop it, Trump would approve, and the replacement would be much, much better. It isn't like this is some super brilliant idea, this is the obvious approach, yet ratfinks like the congressional leadership insist on taking the ridiculous route.

Purge them with fire.

Blogger James Dixon March 19, 2017 8:37 AM  

> With a government shutdown looming, Trump will likely be able to blame any problems on Congress.

Agreed. Trump will simply veto any "fat" budget they send him and shut down the government. Probably starting with the EPA. Hopefully he'll include the TSA on the list.

Blogger Cail Corishev March 19, 2017 8:46 AM  

They like losing so much, you wonder why they aren't as willing to lose to President Trump as to the Democrats?

Blogger James Dixon March 19, 2017 8:48 AM  

> It would be easy enough to pass, 'As of midnight 12/31/2017, the so called Affordable Care Act is repealed.'

I haven't voted for our cucked R rep. since they refused to shutdown the government and handed Obama everything he wanted on silver platter, always voting third party. I've told him he's a traitor and that if they don't repeal Obama care, I'm voting for his D opponent next time. Ryancare isn't a repeal'

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 19, 2017 8:55 AM  

Any government shutdown and might as well crown DJT emperor for real and be done with the farce of democracy.

Of course the farce of conservatism preceded the farce of democracy to the grave. The chinless cucks could not peddle the fiction that the Lena Dunhams were the new, new conservatives in waiting that the sainted Martin Luther King really was.

Blogger White Knight Leo #0368 March 19, 2017 9:03 AM  

I'm willing to give Trump the benefit of the doubt on Phase 2 and 3, because he's been true to his word thus far. He's got a lot of trust banked in my book.

But I don't like what I've seen of ACHA.

Blogger Chris Mallory March 19, 2017 9:07 AM  

mgh wrote:A budget defines the maximum amount to be spent. Trump can still direct his cabinet to spend less, eliminate positions, to go slow on congressional pet projects.

That would set up another court challenge. Under the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 the President can hold money appropriated by Congress for 45 days, then it has to be used or the Congress has to vote to rescind the appropriation.

Blogger Johnny March 19, 2017 9:07 AM  

Not defeatist, sell outs. They run on a conservative ticket because that is where the votes are. But what they often are is upper middle class lawyers headed for the upper class. So, going along with the lobbyists and taking the big bucks is really easy. While it may be fun to call them cucks, they are not. It is not cuck-dom when you reap the benefits of your sell out. More like tratory to the cause.

Another party won't work because it would inherit the same Washington crowd. Could take a couple of years but that is what would happen.

As for me, I am beginning to understand why some people come to support non democratic outcomes.

Blogger praetorian March 19, 2017 9:08 AM  

Fake conservatives.

Blogger Johnny March 19, 2017 9:09 AM  

mgh wrote:A budget defines the maximum amount to be spent. Trump can still direct his cabinet to spend less, eliminate positions, to go slow on congressional pet projects.

Richard Nixon did that with some initial success. But then they forced his hand with the courts.

Blogger Aeoli Pera March 19, 2017 9:44 AM  

Let them eat crow.

Anonymous TT-199 March 19, 2017 9:46 AM  

"Eventually, Republicans in the House and Senate are going to grasp that it is the God-Emperor who is popular with Americans, not them. They need to understand that their days of going down to noble defeat and always playing the role of the Washington Generals to the Democrats' Globetrotters is over."

What GOP members of congress understand is that no matter what the popularity of their caucus, Trump's support is just as thin as an electoral college victory without the popular vote suggests it is. Many in Trump's circle understand that in individual congressional districts, the GOP rep is more popular than the President.

Equally important, aligning one self with "Trumpism" isn't necessarily the safest thing in the world to do. The media is anti-Trump. However the President has made it clear that he can't muster the self control to reign in his natural impetuousness. He forces potential supporters to defend really dumn stuff.

Trump right now simply doesn't have the kind of support among the populace to demand anything like a "get in line" posture like is suggested here.

Blogger pyrrhus March 19, 2017 9:53 AM  

Republicans have been heavily bribed by the lobbyists and deep state. Trump faces an uphill battle, wielding the veto pen and primarying the cucks in the areas where he is strong.

Blogger bosscauser March 19, 2017 9:59 AM  

Patience....
Two months is not a term.... Everyone wants something and that's called negotiating...
Soon we start installing judges and turn the tide...
Or we murder them!

#PresidentTrump

Anonymous Grayman March 19, 2017 10:00 AM  

I'd love to see a politician run on "i'm not a cuck" platform. The epidemic of exploding heads such a slogan would cause would be glorious. The epileptic reaction of the media would be truly entertaining

Anonymous 3/19/17 March 19, 2017 10:01 AM  

TT-199 wrote:However the President has made it clear that he can't muster the self control to reign in his natural impetuousness. He forces potential supporters to defend really dumn stuff.

Shouldn't you be minding your wife's son? When she gets back from Tyrone's, you wouldn't want her to find the mess that little tyke made. Hop to it, boy.

Anonymous Grayman March 19, 2017 10:02 AM  

The blood bath that is coming will make the ancient Assyrians look like pikers.

Blogger SemiSpook37 March 19, 2017 10:05 AM  

@22

Talk about a cucked response. You must be new here.

Trump's rise isn't because of any of the "traditional" political memes which both sides of the Establishment still can't seem to wrap their brains around with any sense of competency. Those of us that supported him, either from the outset of his campaign or after our particular horses failed to keep up, did so because we could see that his approach was (and is) anything but "politics as usual".

And before you sit there and go on about how certain GOP reps are more "popular" than the President, remember that the approval rating of the Congress is at or near single digits and has been for the better part of at least a decade. I personally think the whole lot should be thrown out, even the ones that have been borderline competent for those of us that feel they're doing at least what they said they were there to do.

It's far past time to keep accepting defeat as an acceptable way to do business. We, the American people, demand better. Trump's election was only the first step in a long effort to replace the status quo. Things are only getting started, and it's becoming increasingly clearer as the shenanigans from the Establishment attest that things may start happening sooner rather than later.

Anonymous weston March 19, 2017 10:06 AM  

They are K Street and Deep State operatives who also have "control files" that contain things like tax evasion or pedophilia.

The loss of heart and belief in anything that constitute cuckservativism are a separate problem.

Anonymous 3/19/17 March 19, 2017 10:07 AM  

"Trump right now simply doesn't have the kind of support among the populace to demand anything like a "get in line" posture like is suggested here."

It doesn't matter. The second Our Emperor asks his followers to rise up, set voting aside, and rush the Cuck's offices with knives and guns, we won't have to put up with fucking democracy and dissent any more. And I predict it comes in July.

Anonymous LurkingPuppy March 19, 2017 10:12 AM  

Vox wrote:Eventually, Republicans in the House and Senate are going to grasp that it is the God-Emperor who is popular with Americans, not them.
Not coincidentally, the health care bill written by fake Republicans in the swamp is not popular. I know health care wasn't one of Trump's top priorities, so I hope that he's only pushing this idiotic three-part fake repeal and crappy replacement as a diversion for the enemy. But it makes me impatient; when can we start decorating lampposts and bring back the rule of law?

SemiSpook37 wrote:Talk about a cucked response. You must be new here.
No, the paid trolls only pretend to be new.

Anonymous TT-199 March 19, 2017 10:13 AM  

"Talk about a cucked response..."

CUCKED: A word used to indicate its user has given up on facing political reality and decided to ignore reality.

"And before you sit there and go on about how certain GOP reps are more "popular" than the President, remember that the approval rating of the Congress is at or near single digits and has been for the better part of at least a decade."

And yet the same political Conservatives continue to be elected over and over and over again. Maybe "Congress" isn't the thing against which you should be comparing the viability of its members.

Blogger cavalier973 March 19, 2017 10:20 AM  

That article is strangely written.

Long a divisive political figure, Trump entered office with historically low approval ratings and a popular vote loss of nearly 3 million.


Trump hasn't been a political figure until the 2016 election. And what does "popular vote loss" mean? He garnered 3 million less votes than his opponents, but the game is not won by popular vote, so it is not correct to talk of a popular vote loss.

Anonymous Trump-Democrat March 19, 2017 10:22 AM  

Trump has a tough job

Anonymous Lurking Puppy March 19, 2017 10:26 AM  

It doesn't matter if the God Emperor is a buffoon, incompetent, low IQ or undisciplined. He's still our God Emperor

Blogger Michael Maier March 19, 2017 10:27 AM  

I just tweeted to Trump he needs to loudly call out individual RINOs and get them to feel the heat from their voters. Get on board or get kicked out in 2018.

Anonymous mature craig March 19, 2017 10:37 AM  

Youd think more republicans would enthusiastically rally around a strong leader. I like what i am seeing from Paul Ryan. R-Wi so far

Blogger VFM #7634 March 19, 2017 10:46 AM  

"The whole modern world has divided itself into Conservatives and Progressives. The business of Progressives is to go on making mistakes. The business of Conservatives is to prevent mistakes from being corrected. Even when the revolutionist might himself repent of his revolution, the traditionalist is already defending it as part of his tradition. Thus we have two great types -- the advanced person who rushes us into ruin, and the retrospective person who admires the ruins. He admires them especially by moonlight, not to say moonshine. Each new blunder of the progressive or prig becomes instantly a legend of immemorial antiquity for the snob. This is called the balance, or mutual check, in our Constitution."

Blogger Stg58/Animal Mother March 19, 2017 10:53 AM  

What are you seeing from Paul Ryan that you like, Craig?

Anonymous Grayman March 19, 2017 10:58 AM  

He likes how ryan is on his knees bobbing on the progressives.

Ryan = head Congressional cuck.

Anonymous Chief Technician Rachel Coriolis March 19, 2017 10:58 AM  

Sorry folks, this here's a rogue TT-199 that hasn't fully completed the dynamic programming update. Happens sometimes when we patch 'em before we can download the latest update. We'll get 'em out of your hair lickety-split.

Blogger praetorian March 19, 2017 11:13 AM  

As for me, I am beginning to understand why some people come to support non democratic outcomes.

Libertarianism giving way to nationalism is the story of the last decade. And no one talks about it.

Each new blunder of the progressive or prig becomes instantly a legend of immemorial antiquity for the snob.

Alinksy rule #4, Chesterton tried to warn us.

Blogger YIH March 19, 2017 11:16 AM  

@3 Shimshon:
Plus, I seriously doubt he's going to play the Washington Monument Syndrome game if such a shutdown comes. He'll close all the unpopular programs and agencies first, to massive nationwide cheering.
Agreed, snuff all of these and 'play chicken' with Congress. When a Sen/Con whines ''what about -----?'' he responds via twitter.
If/when they shut off PBS/NPR he should tweet ''YouTube made those obsolete, have THEM host their content''

Blogger mgh March 19, 2017 11:19 AM  

Chris Mallory wrote:mgh wrote:A budget defines the maximum amount to be spent. Trump can still direct his cabinet to spend less, eliminate positions, to go slow on congressional pet projects.

That would set up another court challenge. Under the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 the President can hold money appropriated by Congress for 45 days, then it has to be used or the Congress has to vote to rescind the appropriation.


That needs a repeal. Do they truly have to spend every dollar? In "normal" local governments there is always a few percent left over every year because of gaps i employee turnover and the general overestimation f worst case for things like utilities and gas.

Blogger JWM in SD March 19, 2017 11:41 AM  

"And if they won't get with the God-Emperor's program, a few examples will have to be made in the 2018 primaries."

Examples need to be made now or they won't make it to 2018.

Anonymous Gen. Kong March 19, 2017 11:45 AM  

Mark Twain had the essence of these worthless scum down over a century ago: Fleas can be taught to do anything a congressman can do. This is doubly true of the Gay Old Pedobears. When the Banksteins and their servants in the deep-state (everyone catch the story about the laptop stolen from a SS agent) and (((fake news))) say jump, little Paulie CuckRyan and the rest of his brokeback boys-town bangers always ask "how high?". The lot of them need to be given one-way first-class tickets on Air Pinochet.

Blogger tz March 19, 2017 11:57 AM  

@42 - that is where the debt ceiling and continuing resolutions come in. Trump may have to spend what comes in, but HE gets to choose what to shut down if there are insufficient funds. If there is no budget and no CR, he doesn't have to spend a dime.

This is why they declare the budget doa. But Trump can veto it if he doesn't like it.

Anonymous BBGKB March 19, 2017 11:57 AM  

TiTybiter-199 will really hate it when his 30 million home depot wetbacks go back & he has to pay more than $5 for a bj

The blood bath that is coming will make the ancient Assyrians look like pikers.

Vlad Tepes was a piker, & I don't think we will do better than him.

play the Washington Monument Syndrome game if such a shutdown comes

Fake news is already reporting that firemen will stop rescuing kittens from trees if TRUMP gets his way

Anonymous Trump-Democrat March 19, 2017 11:58 AM  

i think Ryan is doing everything he can to improve the country. Cant ask for any more than that

Blogger Pteronarcyd March 19, 2017 12:00 PM  

"And his ... infrastructure plans have yet to gain any real traction in Congress."

That's fine by me. Obama played the infrastructure card for eight years and we got nothing out of it except more debt. We have more important issues than infrastructure to deal with, and infrastructure is a state and local issue anyway. I am not happy that Trump is paying to upgrade Flint's water system. The fault for that problems lies with the incompetent local politicians and voters.

Anonymous Grayman March 19, 2017 12:12 PM  

BBGKB

Vlad Tepes was a piker, & I don't think we will do better than him.

Fair point. I'd image following his example would motivate the invaders to think of better places to be than in the US or Europe.

Anonymous crushlimbraw March 19, 2017 12:39 PM  

Wrote an open letter to DaPrez a month ago - here's an excerpt: "Furthermore, I feel that the greatest threat to your administration is not from the Soros funded thugs and mobots we see on TV or even the now deranged Democrat Party.
It is rather the inhabitants of the swamp with an R behind their names that constitute your and our greatest potential enemies. Why?
They have a history of cutting and running at the first sign of opposition – FACT!
They always promise and then have an excuse for not delivering. Don’t trust them.
Mr. President, your only friends are WeDaPeople that elected you – PERIOD!
In your inauguration speech, you said that the election was a victory for WeDaPeople! I believed you – so now what? How do we assure and affirm this victory?
Here is my idea:
Like FDR and his Fireside Chats where he spoke directly to the American people, why not start a regular TV appearance where you speak and EXPOSE the secrets of the Swamp – one section at a time? Maybe call it a Backroom Chat?
This could be done once a month or bi-monthly and should be in addition to your Tweets, not as a substitute. Exposure to the light of truth will ultimately drain that Swamp."

Anonymous LurkingPuppy March 19, 2017 12:48 PM  

Fake Lurking Puppy wrote:[low-IQ enemy propaganda]
FOAD, commie impersonation troll. You have to go back.

Blogger Deadmau5 Patton March 19, 2017 3:02 PM  

For those of us who don't keep up as much with politics, I think a list of the best replacements for the cucks would be much appreciated in the months before the next round of elections.

There are the proudly public cucks who will be easily voted into obscurity, but many more of the less vocal ones could sneak by if we slack in 2018.

Blogger totenhenchen March 19, 2017 5:12 PM  

"Accepting power into one's life means surrendering the martyr's podium." - Heartiste

Blogger DonReynolds March 19, 2017 5:36 PM  

@13 Cail Corishev
"They like losing so much, you wonder why they aren't as willing to lose to President Trump as to the Democrats?"

Trump was not losing to the Democrats, so he had to be stopped. Fortunately, they failed to stop Donald Trump from winning. The love it when Republicans like Juan McCain and Mitt Romney lose "correctly" by refusing to fight. Jeb Bush (or one of the Bush Tribe) was supposed to be the nominee....so they could play "compassionate conservative" and throw the election.
Voters in the Republican party repudiated their establishment. In the Democrat party, the Bernie voters failed to stop the establishment.

Blogger liberranter March 19, 2017 6:24 PM  

Eventually, Republicans in the House and Senate are going to grasp that it is the God-Emperor who is popular with Americans, not them.

Yup. All the GE needs to do, in each district "represented" by an Establishment turncoat RINO, is to find some young eager beaver with a proven track record who is willing to stand up and run against the incumbent. All Trump would need to do is publicly endorse them (he probably wouldn't even need to fund them, although it probably wouldn't take very much money if he did) for them to win.

Blogger SciVo March 19, 2017 6:24 PM  

tuberman wrote:I meant the GOPe candidates, he will replace with people on his side during primaries next election. He will stump hard for their opponents.

I'm rubbing my hands like Le Happy Merchant with glee, anticipating next year's Congressional elections. I really enjoy improving my understanding of the world through the wonder twins of analysis and prediction.

Quick first pass: incumbents will tend to lose their seats if Trump stumps for their opponents, because he can make branding stick beyond the ability of normal mortals.

(Which incidentally I just did some research and discovered that Pretty Boy Ryan is a hero in a zombie/romance movie and even kind of looks like Paul, almost as if someone made it just to inoculate him against that meme.)

Blogger SciVo March 19, 2017 6:28 PM  

cavalier973 wrote:And what does "popular vote loss" mean?

It means that you count the number of cat whiskers on one side of the street, then count the number of cat claws on the other side, and declare that Hillary is President.

Blogger Rex Little March 20, 2017 12:51 AM  

Republicans have emerged as one of the biggest obstacles to Trump's young administration

I predicted something like this before the election, and it's why I had a strong preference for Trump over Clinton (though I didn't vote for either). My worst nightmare is an activist President--from either party--with a compliant Congress (Dubya and LBJ are the respective poster boys). I figured that no matter which party controlled Congress, it wouldn't cooperate with Trump. On the other hand, if Clinton ever got a Democratic majority. . . well, I don't think I need to tell anyone here what a disaster that would be.

Anonymous 3/19/17 March 20, 2017 10:47 AM  

what the fuck? I am original 3/19/17 poster in this thread, and I did not write this.

Some fucking shill is here adding calls fo violence, a goddamn setup.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey March 20, 2017 3:37 PM  

@TT-199

An flawless job of mindlessly regurgitating the (((media))) narrative. Kudos.

Blogger Zeke OF Confettii March 20, 2017 5:20 PM  

This is actually setting up something needed for for a fucking century: the end of Congressional Election as a PERMANENT job placement program. If only a dozen of are defeated, it would be ... significant.

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