And the comments are along the same line. I notice Bill Quick pingback from Daily Pundit there too.
Here at Outlander Systems blog.
He lays it on thickly and uninhibitedly, and he doesn't spare betrayed conservative voters either. Like this:
So for all you, “non-socialist“, “non-politically-correct” folks out there, why would you continue to not only reward failure, but continue to show up, and give support to the party that betrays you time, after time, after time?
You’re like a bunch of bitchy battered spouses.
A fucking meateater shows up to kick your abusive husband’s ass, and you go full blown Stockholm.Ha ha ha.
Recommended. For its tone captures the tone of Trump supporter's thoughts and motivations if not their constrained speech or behavior. They're conservative, after all, but now they're quite cross and expressing themselves. It explains very well the huge crowds that Trump attracts and their high level of enthusiasm, and it explains the extreme nervous edginess of the Democrat party operators that they abandon all pretense of objectivity and prattle like battery chickens.
Incidentally, today I received in email an invitation to reserve tickets to a Trump Rally in Colorado Springs on Tuesday. It says, "get your tickets here."
I didn't even know they issue tickets. Why would people be waiting outside? Do they all just show up? I don't understand this.
The email also says: Please limit personal items and arrive early to expedite entrance into the venue - please note, NO homemade signs, banners, professional cameras with a detachable lens, tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, back packs or large bags will be permitted into the venue.
Whaaaat? That takes all the fun out of it. Honestly what have they got against SLRs? Pfffft.
So there's that.
And now something else. This is a two-part deal here.
In the sidebar of Outlander Systems the uppermost most recent post is titled Sneakyleaks. It's an item about how Democrat party is fighting against anti-Hiilay memes online. A bit shocked by the formation of pages and sites on Facebook and Twitter and Reddit with such names and titles as "Stop Hillary in 2016," and "Americans against Hillary Clinton," and hashtags like #NeverHillary, and #NeverClinton, and #CrookedHillary, they've taken up the use NSA computer programs that identify meme creating informal non-leaders, get their IPOs and infect their computers to mess them up and slow them down, as well, learn how to identify targets for their army of paid trolls. That is, computer warfare using using NSA technology. Mike Bishop writes:
If the allegations are true, the level of corruption is awe-inspiring.I found that intriguing so I pursued it.
He posts this exchange. It's unclear to me if the Brock in the message exchange is the Media Matters Brock, but I think that it is. Here is the large version of the page with red lines all over it pointing to who says what to whom in message exchanges that Mike Bishop posted. It is intriguing to say the least. Too large a display to show here. Apparently they're infecting computers with a program called "Fox Acid." I'm guessing that going to a page with that cartoon will then infect the computers, but I'm not certain.
We learn, they're concerned about the legality of what they are doing. One person says, "This is 18-2381 stuff, isn't it?" A red line is drawn to a law "18 U.S. Code § 2381 Treason." With a description of treasonous activities.
Amusingly, another link on the computer virus for election warfare page goes to Wikileaks titled "CTR are "Nerd Virgins who never see the sun." CTR stands for Brock's media group, Correct The Record, and the nerd virgins are his employees crammed into an open press room type space. The email seem innocuous enough to me. They want their candidate to win and they'e discussing the political landscape in the early days of Iowa caucus before Hillary won. They're concerned about what Republicans will talk about and how Hillary should be prepared. This is former White House advisor Paul Begala characterizing Brock's employees.
Correct the Record’s staff (18 and counting) is crammed into a newsroom-style bullpen in the back corner of the offices of American Bridge 21st Century, Brock’s Super-PAC. “They’re always there; they’re always working around the clock,” former Clinton White House adviser Paul Begala says of the crew. “I always tease David that he finds all of these nerd virgins and locks them away in a vault where they never see sunlight or have a drink or get laid. But God Bless them!”Ha ha ha. How rude! A fun read all around.
Now this digresses way off the subject of hateful spirited politics.
We also learn through these Wikileaks links on Outlander Systems that after discussing their shenanigans and realizing they're to be stuck in their newsroom-style bullpen and working late that Brock's cabal of sunless virgin nerds are all rather sick of We The People Pizza all the time.
No, really, that makes me sad. For it is written somewhere in a big fat book that nerds do not live by pizza alone but by the varied words of informed nutritionists. Or something. (Tonight I ate an artichoke. Now there's an overrated thistle for you. So much work, so much messy pile of leaves, for so little satisfaction. I feel stupid every time I bother with one of those things.)
So I had to look, to compare We The People Pizzas at 305 Pennsylvania Avenue with my own favorite Denver Pizza Company a few blocks away, that is not a fancy schmancy place nor headed by a top chef, just a small hipster type repurposed onetime row house and run by regular people. And I must say, Denver Pizza Company's pizzas compare quite favorably and are more imaginative. While the cost is the same. Although, come to think of it, they're both located in capital cities. So there.
So there you have it. Weirdly compulsive and hateful politics, psychotic actually, illegal besides, even treasonous, to hysterically abusive epithets for co-warriers fighting the for the same cause, to comparative pizzas in capital cities.