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BlueStateMan On November - 6 - 2009

angrey teabagger


This is the REPUBLICAN PARTY of the 21st Century, folks… a bunch of undereducated, underdeveloped, overwhelmed paranoiacs who would turn down a life preserver if one of their dimwitted demagogues tells them to.

It’s fortunate for this Country.. & ALL of CIVILIZATION that they have insisted on relegating themselves to the cesspool of history… where, with EACH one of these public appearances, they tie another stone to their feet to sink them further.

They can mimic the Albert Speer rallies all they want… they will NEVER be in power again.

Thank GOD.

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  1. ljc says:

    Hello everyone. Hope I am welcome. A couple people at HP gave me the heads up. I too have become increasing put off by the hard right turn over there. It seemed to happen with the installation of the new CEO in June ? To many moles for my taste. Will check in again later.

  2. nicole473 says:

    So what’s going on?

  3. whatsthatsound says:

    To paraphrase Margaret Mead, never doubt that a small group of people who oughta be committed can change the world.

  4. libralady says:

    HI B8S6M!

    I missed my calling as a PI…I found one of my favorite (banned) posters from HP who is blogging here.
    I recognize some other favorites (Auntie, Nicole, Nellie, Strega, FM). Haven’t had the pleasure of meeting Kalina, K7, javaz, ibkozi or KQuark since I haven’t seen you guys on HP.

    I see WillT also found Planet. I never understood why a Republican, Libertarian, neocon would hang out on a (so called) liberal site as HP and now this one; I would never think of hanging out on conservative sites. The troll comments on HP are hard enough to take, I’m not going to subject myself to reading comments from THEIR sites.

    When i first looked @ the pic I thought it was a female, but the body gave it away as a guy.

    I have lots more reading to do on this site. It looks like a good one, thanks!

    • AdLib says:

      libralady, welcome to The Planet! You’ll find a number more members here you know from HuffPo.

      It seemed to me that Will was more intent on being banned from this site so he could diss it than having any cogent discussion.

      He didn’t get his wish. Typically we would remove comments such as his that are name calling but Kalima wanted him to be seen for who he is and have her reply to his rants capping the exchange.

      However, there will be no more such personal attacks permitted.

      • libralady says:


        Thank you for the welcome.

        Is this your site? I don’t recognize your name from HP. I look forward to reading

        from Planet!

        • AdLib says:

          Four of us co-founded this site, myself, KQuark, Kalima and KevenSeven.

          All of us were long-timers at HuffPo until after the election. HuffPo changed by the end of last year towards the travesty it is today. There was a big exodus of original and long time members early this year.

          So, the four of us eventually developed the idea for The Planet! We wanted a blog that respected Freedom of Speech and its members. Sounds simple but not so much at HuffPo.

          So, welcome to The Planet, make yourself at home!

  5. Will T says:

    You aren’t really concerned about the issues. You are more interested with being offensive and insulting towards republicans and conservatives.

    And you call righties reactionary.


    • KevenSeven says:

      Boo hoo hoo!

    • Strega says:

      You’re one of the biggest hypocrits out there wilted -- calling others name. I’ve seen you post barely concealed racism. Tell it to someone you can fool, trool.

    • Kalima says:

      So you identify with these people who continue to hold insipid protests in Washington and have ignorant and demeaning things written on their t-shirts and the signs they carry?

      Do you think that their behaviour is in any way normal?

      If they are not bitter reactionaries, then please explain their hate filled messages.

      • Will T says:

        Do you know you are being a reactionary as well?


        • nicole473 says:

          Why not address her post, Will? Can’t? So who is a name-calling reactionary then?

        • Kalima says:

          Finally I get my say.

          Oh dear, you just made me laugh like a rabid hyena. You really have no idea how the rest of the world views your precious, led by a rope tied onto their nose rings teabaggers do you? Btw, please check your dictionary for the word “reactionary,” you might be surprised to find out what it really means before you try to use it again as an insult with anyone. Hypocrite you say, no I have never been one, sorry for your loss here today.

          I see once again you avoided the questions you were asked, what, no valid answers to share with us?

        • ibkozi says:

          Don’t cry about people replying to your whining post. If you can’t take it, you shouldn’t have posted at all Will T.

        • nellie says:

          Name calling is not discourse.

  6. Kalima says:

    You only have to look at their eyes and their misspelt signs to know that the lights might be on but there’s nobody home. They all seem to have the same look, the look you see on the faces of cultists when they have passed the point of ever leaving to rejoin the outside world.

    If they weren’t so vicious and racist arseholes, I might feel a little sympathy. On second thoughts maybe not.

    • javaz says:

      I don’t understand the image in this article.
      Is that guy supposed to be a bull and if so, does that imply that he’s full of bull-hockey?

      • Kalima says:

        Those things on each side of his face is what he wishes he had but obviously doesn’t because he’s just playing follow the leader. What is he, 10 years old?

        Oh I’m sure that he’s full of BS, look at the words written on the neck of his t-shirt, and of course the diabolical altered photo of the President on the front, it tells us all we ever need to know.

        • javaz says:

          Oh my.
          I didn’t realize what those things were at his chin.
          So, now I must ask if the guy is admitting that he’s a Cheney-head?

          • FeloniousMonk says:

            If I went out in Maricopa County to protest wearing a get-up like that I’m certain that Sheriff Joe would pull up some Arizona decency statute and have me arrested. But this guy, he gets away with it.

            • javaz says:

              Good Morning, Monk!
              You might be correct about that, unless you wore the “Beck is my Hero” shirt and carried a racist sign, then Sheriff Joe would probably call the local news stations, and appear on the camera and call you a true Patriot!

            • FeloniousMonk says:

              He might even give me a junior Deputy badge, or a member of the Sheriff’s Posey. He, like Beck, is such an inspiration. Yechhh!

  7. javaz says:

    Nearly all of my neighbors are Republicans, and I say nearly all, because there might be a Democrat or two somewhere.
    My husband and I made the mistake of posting a Kerry/Edwards sign on our fence a few years back, and were forced to tolerate much derision and ridicule.
    At that time, I asked a very dear friend from across the street if they were going to vote for Bush Jr. again, and she said of course.
    I asked her why, and her answer was direct and simple.
    “Because we’ve always voted Republican.”
    Our neighbors are not the crazy teabaggers we see on the news, but are genuinely nice people.
    I would consider them more moderate than anything, and I wonder how long it will take them, if ever, to realize that the Republican Party they’ve supported all of their lives is not the same GOP from yesteryear.

    • nicole473 says:

      Same here, javaz. And I have a very hard time these days ignoring their political persuasion and relating to them as neighbors and friends. :(

    • nellie says:

      I have to admit, I have trouble understanding people who are sticking with the GOP. My father was a republican, and he had the sense to recant during Reagan’s administration. He could see where the policies were taking the country. And my father was not a man who admitted mistakes easily.

      But facts are facts, and truth is truth. It takes a lot of work to ignore where the GOP has brought this country and to overlook the crass and dishonest rhetoric they have been using since Mr. Obama’s election.

      And good morning!

  8. AuntieChrist says:

    As long as I live I’ll never understand the conservative mind.

    Party of Lincoln?


    Auntie Christ

  9. BlueStateMan says:

    Yeah… I’m trying to figure out the “strategy” behind the DICK HEAD.

  10. KQuark says:

    I’m personally speechless seeing that picture. I see why you didn’t make it a thumbnail it might lose something in translation.

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