The sad thing about the live impeachment hearings?

ottumwan in tx

HR King
Oct 26, 2002
104,389
16,743
113
yes dems go ahead and distract yourselves and take your eye off the ball once again and look at stone
 

gonegolfing

HR Legend
Gold Member
Jan 6, 2009
13,159
9,149
113
The saddest thing of all of this is the left's attempt to turn the US into a shithole country. Unfortunately, they are proving to be fairly adept at that to this point.
 

Rudolph

HR Legend
Oct 18, 2001
27,701
46,254
113
The saddest thing of all of this is the left's attempt to turn the US into a shithole country. Unfortunately, they are proving to be fairly adept at that to this point.
Interesting take. History is not on your side with this take, of course, but then history is for people who were dorks in high school... something.
 

Hawkeye_311

HR Heisman
Nov 21, 2010
7,149
6,449
113
The sad thing is we are wasting time and money that could be used to build more wall.
 

Hawkeye_311

HR Heisman
Nov 21, 2010
7,149
6,449
113
Interesting take. History is not on your side with this take, of course, but then history is for people who were dorks in high school... something.
The way California and other liberal hell hole cities are trending history isn't going to be on the Democrats side.
 

Rudolph

HR Legend
Oct 18, 2001
27,701
46,254
113
The way California and other liberal hell hole cities are trending history isn't going to be on the Democrats side.
Is this an indictment of liberalism or today's capitalism, trending towards destabilization over the last 40 years or so?

I’m spending the next few weeks in California. Want me to report to you?

Socioeconomic issues are everywhere in this country, red states and blue states and purple, too. Why always your focus on California? It’s because you don’t really care. To care would be to see the bigger picture, to investigate root causes, commonalities throughout the system as it has evolved. But you just want to point at California, and only in regards to what you think suits you.

It doesn’t suit you. It just pacifies you. Because all you need to feel good about your shit life is to be told your team is better for some made-up sloganeered reason or another. To be pacified like this is to be controlled, like an insecure piece of ass.

What is it like to be so easy, such a slut for the nonsense?
 
Last edited:

naturalmwa

HR King
Feb 4, 2004
101,998
81,991
113
Is this an indictment of liberalism or today's capitalism, trending towards destabilization over the last 40 years or so?

I’m spending the next few weeks in California. Want me to report to you?

Socioeconomic issues are everywhere in this country, red states and blue states and purple, too. Why always your focus on California? It’s because you don’t really care. To care would be to see the bigger picture, to investigate root causes, commonalities throughout the system as its evolved. But you just want to point at California, and only in regards to what you think suits you.

It doesn’t suit you. It just pacifies you. Because all you need to feel good about your shit life is to be told your team is better for some made-up sloganeered reason or another.

What is it like to be so easy, such a slut for the nonsense?
 

pjhawk

HR Legend
Oct 13, 2001
15,274
4,468
113
Is this an indictment of liberalism or today's capitalism, trending towards destabilization over the last 40 years or so?

I’m spending the next few weeks in California. Want me to report to you?

Socioeconomic issues are everywhere in this country, red states and blue states and purple, too. Why always your focus on California? It’s because you don’t really care. To care would be to see the bigger picture, to investigate root causes, commonalities throughout the system as its evolved. But you just want to point at California, and only in regards to what you think suits you.

It doesn’t suit you. It just pacifies you. Because all you need to feel good about your shit life is to be told your team is better for some made-up sloganeered reason or another.

What is it like to be so easy, such a slut for the nonsense?
In the old Soviet Union they would spend at least a few minutes of every newscast with stories about riots and poverty and just general squalor and chaos in the United States. Rightwing media in the US basically is these days the equivalent of media in a similar totalitarian state.

Sure, it might be tough living on $10 an hour and in a trailer in rural Trump country, but look at how bad it is in liberal hell hole California with the rampaging antifa and immigrants and trans people and homeless. The inequality. Thank God for Trump, trying to protect us from all that.
 
Last edited:
Feb 9, 2013
10,985
29,643
113
Is this an indictment of liberalism or today's capitalism, trending towards destabilization over the last 40 years or so?

I’m spending the next few weeks in California. Want me to report to you?

Socioeconomic issues are everywhere in this country, red states and blue states and purple, too. Why always your focus on California? It’s because you don’t really care. To care would be to see the bigger picture, to investigate root causes, commonalities throughout the system as its evolved. But you just want to point at California, and only in regards to what you think suits you.

It doesn’t suit you. It just pacifies you. Because all you need to feel good about your shit life is to be told your team is better for some made-up sloganeered reason or another.

What is it like to be so easy, such a slut for the nonsense?
 
  • Like
Reactions: naturalmwa

hawkland14

HR Heisman
Gold Member
Feb 26, 2013
5,449
4,460
113
In the old Soviet Union they would spend at least a few minutes of every newscast with stories about riots and inequality and just general squalor and chaos in the United States. Rightwing media in the US basically is these days the equivalent of media in a similar totalitarian state.

Sure, it might be tough living on $10 an hour and in a trailer in rural Trump country, but look at how bad it is in liberal hell hole California with the rampaging antifa and immigrants and trans people and homeless. The inequality. Thank God for Trump, trying to protect us from all that.
Obviously you have not been to California recently. Fairly evident in your post.
 

ottumwan in tx

HR King
Oct 26, 2002
104,389
16,743
113
it's not capitalism that is trending downward. and no I don't care about communism in Cali and NYC and austin tx. communism can die out for all I care
 

pjhawk

HR Legend
Oct 13, 2001
15,274
4,468
113
Obviously you have not been to California recently. Fairly evident in your post.
It's been a few years, but I am in regular contact with family and friends who live there, even have a brother who lives in San Francisco, the belly of the beast.

Bet you not only haven't been to California recently or maybe ever, but that you also don't know a soul that lives there.
 

hawkland14

HR Heisman
Gold Member
Feb 26, 2013
5,449
4,460
113
It's been a few years, but I am in regular contact with family and friends who live there, even have a brother who lives in San Francisco, the belly of the beast.

Bet you not only haven't been to California recently or maybe ever, but that you also don't know a soul that lives there.
That would be false. In Santa Cruz last month. Beautiful place that is being overrun with homeless people everywhere. But good job making assumptions. That really worked out well for you.
 

SoMplsHawkI

HR Heisman
Apr 20, 2006
7,254
4,923
113
I thought the saddest thing was that Jim Jordan wasn't led off in cuffs.
Jordan yet again had gotten A-1 sauce on his blazer and also had the pissed-off demeanor of the manager who makes you sorry you asked to speak to him.
 

pjhawk

HR Legend
Oct 13, 2001
15,274
4,468
113
That would be false. In Santa Cruz last month. Beautiful place that is being overrun with homeless people everywhere. But good job making assumptions. That really worked out well for you.
Calfornia is a microcosm for the rest of the country, that's the point. It's not some separate third world hell-hole with it's own distinctive problems tat are separate from the rest of the country.
 

Hawkeye_311

HR Heisman
Nov 21, 2010
7,149
6,449
113
Is this an indictment of liberalism or today's capitalism, trending towards destabilization over the last 40 years or so?

I’m spending the next few weeks in California. Want me to report to you?

Socioeconomic issues are everywhere in this country, red states and blue states and purple, too. Why always your focus on California? It’s because you don’t really care. To care would be to see the bigger picture, to investigate root causes, commonalities throughout the system as it has evolved. But you just want to point at California, and only in regards to what you think suits you.

It doesn’t suit you. It just pacifies you. Because all you need to feel good about your shit life is to be told your team is better for some made-up sloganeered reason or another. To be pacified like this is to be controlled, like an insecure piece of ass.

What is it like to be so easy, such a slut for the nonsense?
Have Fun!!! Just make sure you dodge the buckets of hot diarrhea!!

https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5dcb079ce4b04a60650c3263/amp
 

Rudolph

HR Legend
Oct 18, 2001
27,701
46,254
113
Have Fun!!! Just make sure you dodge the buckets of hot diarrhea!!

https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.huffpost.com/us/entry/us_5dcb079ce4b04a60650c3263/amp
Don’t need to click your link. I lived on the 1000 block of Market St and 600 block of Natoma St in San Francisco for several years. I regularly fed and coffeed the homeless man, a Vietnam vet btw, who slept in my doorway. My near-daily trips to and from the downtown Olympic Club for basketball practices or games or workouts cut through the Tenderloin. I saw it all for years. SF provides more services than most, in a relatively moderate climate. Most homeless in SF are from other parts of the country, red and blue states alike. I’m guessing LA is a similar deal.

Poverty and homelessness is an indictment of something much bigger than party politics. It’s an amalgamation of issues.

If it makes you feel good to think homelessness is just a liberal-created problem because California is liberal, good, I guess?
 
  • Like
Reactions: pjhawk