Sunday, December 11, 2016

Cucks gotta cuck.....WHAT DO WE WANT? WAR WITH RUSSIA! WHEN DO WE WANT IT! NOW!!!! ...





RINO War Hawks Lindsey Graham and John McCain Call for Investigation of Russia Influencing Election


Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) two Gang-of-8 GOP war hawks announced the Senate will investigate Russian interference influencing the US election.The Democrat-media complex is obsessed with the conspiracy that Russia flipped the US election to Donald Trump.So they targeted two war hawk RINOs to lead their conspiracy investigation into Russia.
And the media says conservatives spread fake news?




NEW: Bipartisan group of senators release joint statement calling for examination of reports of Russian interference in 2016 US election.

(So these are the so called conservative Republicans who are joining with the Democrats to block the nomination of their duly elected President. Include Little Marco in on the deal. They want to stymie Trump because they will do anything to derail his Presidency. This is the first shot across their bow.

President Trump has to act appropriately to this act of trechery. These neocons want conflict with Russia. Instead of working with them to avoid conflict and war they want to go back to the Cold War when our interest don't clash anymore. Why do we give a shit what happens in Turkey or Syria? They are not our friends. It would be the same thing if Russia posted troops to Mexico. Screw that noise and screw the cucks that want to gin up a war.)

25 comments:

ricpic said...

Graham must be owned by the Saudis.

Trooper York said...

I think they have photos of him in a leather nightie with a ball gag in his mouth and a butt plug.

Just speculation but just as much facts in it as the thought that Russia hacked the emails and wanted Trump to win.

Why doesn't the main stream media ever talk about that?

chickelit said...

Regarding Graham's "addressing Trump supporters:" This is his "basket of deplorables" moment.

McCain should heed his warning.

Trooper York said...

They don't get it.

Tessio still tried to set up Michael. He thought he was smarter than the Don.

edutcher said...

Hissy fit.

Grahamnesty is still mad because he didn't even make the first cut this year.

But it's interesting to note these two oppose Rex Tillerson, a guy who has the potential to lower the decibel level with the Russkies

chickelit said...

Look at Graham's body language in that clip. He makes a big deal about addressing Trump supporters and yet he keeps talking with his head turned to the left -- talking instead to the interviewer. Rookie move.

chickelit said...

I mean, for moment he does turn to face the camera -- which is what a real man would do throughout such a bold statement. But he chickens out. He looks like a nervous putz.

William said...

Russia needs leaders looking like Stalin and Brezhnev again. Those men were too honorable and principled to ever interfere in western politics.

deborah said...

I still think FBI Director Comey, in the executive branch of govt, could have only gone forward with that release of info right before the election with Obama's (plausibly deniable) okay.

If the Russians did help the GOP by not releasing hacks on them, that was their choice. Politics ain't beanbag, and the world is getting smaller by the minute.

edutcher said...

The Russian thing is a blind, I think.

The Lefties have shown the world they are no longer looking out for the little guy, which is the Big Lie on which their appeal is based. so what do they do to change the subject and get people on their side?

Wag the dog. Willie tried it after Monica. didn't really work, but it's all they've got now.

YMMV

AprilApple said...

What pisses me off most about McCain is that he should be term limited. Instead, he'll probably die in offic. That's bullshit right there.

deborah said...

I decided to erase 'smokescreen' from my previous comment because it is a bipartisan effort...off sorts.

deborah said...

States rights and all that, April. No one wants to get rid of their own dinosaurs, who can wield more power for their state. I can't imagine a constitutional amendment gaining traction.

edutcher said...

250 years ago, most people lived to about 40. If you were in a town, had a few bucks (or shillings), and could get to a doctor, you might make it to 50 or so.

Fact is a) the people who wrote the Constitution didn't see government as a job in itself, and b) nobody lived that much more than 50 (Benjamin Franklin being the great exception (of course, he was in league with the devil)), so who needed term limits?

It's one of those holes in the thing that needs to be plugged.

ampersand said...

Are Dan Rather and Mary Mapes back in the information biz?

Chip Ahoy said...

Pffft. Hate to be contrarian, I meant to say hate to be habitually contrarian, the average age of the first 10 founding fathers is 77.4 years. They were all, "I ain't got time to die."

I honestly believe that. There's something to being kept busy at old age that keeps one going. And that driving impulse doesn't have to be actually important like establishing a new country it can be silly and self-serving. I know a few old men that are just so terrified of missing something that they keep on partying no matter how badly their bodies protest and fall apart. An 82 year old man is considering a knee replacement so that he keep skiing and hiking. Today they were discussing their world travelers.

(In a sports-restaurant. T.V.s all over the place. Bronco game today. They kept up with the game by furtive glances. I didn't even notice them checking it out, and that's why their perception abilities blew my mind. I had no idea what the t.v.s were showing but they held conversation on travels and just glancing at the t.v. could tell what was happening with the games. And their perception of the crowd in the restaurant suddenly becoming quiet, sort of like I cannot help from eavesdropping on conversations in sign when I notice. You know how you can't help yourself. I said, "All that I know about sports comes from crosswords." And another person there said, "Oh man, I'm going to quote that. Tomorrow that's going to be all over my office." But that's beside the point, that is, they've given themselves reasons to live, and it works to keep them alive. Contrasted wth people who lay down and die for want of a reason to liv. While also contrasted with my Dad's Canadian uncle and and two aunts who live to their 90's sitting on the porch and drinking a fifth of Canadian whisky every single day to their last day. By the way, collecting their pensions and with no outside interests whatsoever. None. No travel, no hobbies, no marriage, no outside friendships, no nothing, and eventually bequeathing their collected wealth to my dad to the tune of a million Canadian, for whatever that's worth. So there's a flip side to this theory. Fuck it. It's a lousy theory. It's all genetics. )

Methadras said...

Jesus fuck, have these two bro-fags finally lost all semblance of their testosterone? Seriously, I have officially zero respect for McCain anymore. The guy has totally shit on his credibility as being somewhat stable, but he's been in the Senate way to long and it's finally rotted his fucking mind. And that little fucking hillbilly boyfriend of his needs a kick in his nutless sack. I hope they both get primaried.

Methadras said...

To April's point. I believe term limits are what is necessary to be a part of the swamp draining as a self-regulatory measure. We can no longer avoid the fact that career politicians are indeed a scourge on the citizenry and the body politic. 3 terms for house members, 2 terms for senators, no promotions either. You are termed out means you cannot hold a federal office again. So representatives can't upgrade to senators and senators can't go down to the house. That's it. Move on with your life and thanks for your service asshole.

This will stop these fucks from not only getting rich in office, but will hopefully make them focus on actual representation instead of seeking re-election at all hours of the day.

AllenS said...

A story about 2 men living in the swamp that needs to be drained.

edutcher said...

Chip, as I noted, you are talking exceptions to the rule.

the people who wrote the Constitution were looking at the people as a group.

bagoh20 said...

A "cuck" is a one who lets another man do whatever he wants to with what you love without a fight. The "ubercuck" will even find ways of defending the trespass. Don't be an ubercuck.

AprilApple said...

Bagoh - heh.

ot: Rachel the 15 year old boy should be all over this.

Desperate dems looking to over-turn the election are citing a case where democrats used voter fraud to "win." Precious.
as a possible path.

"We are endlessly lectured by Democrats about how voter fraud isn’t real, and even if it does happen it is so rare as to never affect the outcome of an election. Here we had a case where the fraud was so outrageous and widespread that the courts actually had to overturn a race, remove the “winner” from office and replace him because of widespread, systemic fraud… once again by Democrats."

Amartel said...

There's the basic human will to power and then there's the multi-generational, institutional, obsessive, shameless, ends justify the means power lust borg-crusade that will excuse any crime and/or hypocrisy and/or lie so long as the end result is power.

Amartel said...

And these two establishment morons haven't learned a damn thing. Same old, same old.
Like mechanical wind-up toys. Someone oughta throw away the key.

Methadras said...

People like Lindsay Graham and John McCain are just odious. This entire charade is about as effective hunting big game with a BB gun. Good luck with your feeble attempts at grabs of power. This is what real clawing for power looks like.