Bad coupla days fer the Dems.


1.  Iowa -" Who knows?  The Shadow knows."  Something, somehow, kneecapped Bernie again. 

2. The SOU speech – masterful and enhanced in its effectiveness by Pelosi's interpretation of how a teen-ager would react petulantly to another teen-aged kid whom she hates.   IMO a lot of people will remember the behavior of the Democrats last night.

3. President Trump will be acquitted today.  It will be interesting to learn if Romney's spiteful selfishness will cause him to vote for conviction.  If he does he is dead meat out in the New Zion.  Will any Democrats vote for acquittal?   "We will see?"

4.  James Carville asked the question today – "Will we Democrats become an ideological cult or will we return to being a majoritarian party?

5.  And   -  291,000 new private sector jobs were added to the economy in January.

Pax Vobiscum  pl

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18 Responses to Bad coupla days fer the Dems.

  1. Laura Wilson says:

    Nancy Pelosi certainly took a line out of the “You lie” script. So sad that both sides of the aisle have resorted to such antics.

  2. Seamus Padraig says:

    After a couple of good days, funny things are happening to your comments again.

  3. Fred says:

    Watching Nancy tear up the Constitution was quite the stunt.
    “Dreamkiller Democrats” should be the new meme.

  4. Theymustbemorons says:

    Et cum spiritu tuo!

  5. Cold War Colonel says:

    Romney is indeed dead meat.

  6. Diana Croissant says:

    Well, the runners up in most beauty pageants usually react to their loses better than Nancy did last night.
    Recent politics in the House have taken a toll on her. Having to deal with the out-of-control Democratic “kids” in the House and having to give control to The Republicans in the Senate has taken its toll. Her reputation for being so masterfully in control and in charge has, with her actions last night, totally disappeared into history.

  7. Jane says:

    *Worth taking a much closer look at Shadow, Inc., more than what the WP has to say. This is Democrat on Democrat warfare for “the soul of the party” and the DNC is desperate.
    *One needs to look carefully at the opening scene of Trump at the SOTU. It seems to look like Trump, as he has Pelosi and Pence in line of sight ignored Pelosi’s extended hand for a shake and turned around to address the crowds.

  8. Upstate NY'er says:

    Who does the Democrat-media party hate more?
    Trump or America?

  9. Bobo says:

    ‘Ad deum qui laetificat juventutem meam,”

  10. Fred says:

    Diana, she could control the squad if she had backbone and better staff. Did you notice AOC has ditched the other three and is lying low to avoid being tarnished with what those three are dishing out?

  11. PRC90 says:

    The Shadow ! The full quote was “Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men ?” A reminder for use in daily life.
    I mentioned a while ago that the 2020 election will make the surrealism, and indeed idiocy, of the counter-Trump forces in 2016 look tame. It looks like the Democrats have decided to start right here and right now with the Iowa shambles and Nancy’s tantrum, and it can only get better (worse). I suggest the circus has enough clowns on duty to ensure it goes on for much longer than a couple of days.
    Will their attempts to clean up their appearances be based on trying to resolve their tribal differences, or to just paper over the cracks ? I think the latter, with one outcome being they may well go crawling to Tulsi at the last minute begging her to save them from themselves.
    She might refuse, after all she has plenty of time to watch the dinosaurs die in their own tar pit.

  12. Terence Gore says:
    Jummy Dore asks the question why are campaigns funding the shadow app?
    and then goes down the rabbit hole laughing all the way

  13. dmr says:

    Col. Lang
    Your delight in sticking it to the Democrats is understandable but, with respect, what exactly was “masterful” and “effective” about the SOU? Or have I missed the note of sarcasm?
    When you compare Trump’s SOU speech with those of his presidential forerunners, I can’t be alone in thinking it to be characteristically inarticulate, vulgar, and spiteful – in short, a spectacular degrading of the dignity of the office he holds.
    And this behaviour is nothing, we are to believe, when set beside that of the Democrats?
    How so?

  14. turcopolier says:

    I like his economic program and immigration policies. You do not. IMO he gave an excellent report on the programs that I like. Is he a boorish New York City creature? Yes.

  15. dmr says:

    Apologies for my expressive gaucherie: “When you compare” doesn’t refer to you personally, Col. Lang. I meant to say that when one compares Trump to his predecessors, one can’t but be struck by” etc. etc.

  16. Morongobill says:

    DMR, I hear you. But in defense of the current president, none of his predecessors had to live with a 3 year silent coup by powerful players in the government. So some boasting might be expected upon victory.
    Especially when his most elegant and statesman like former occupant of the office appears to have been up to his neck in the whole mess.

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