Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Chuckie Green finally, kinda, admits he's running.

Green's little campaign soiree, that he's covering as a "reengage the voters" scam was, of course, outed by little old me.

Enough people have read it based on my statistical analysis, that he wrote this on his C3G2 hater site:


    I've received more than a few FB messages and emails from people who heard through the blogosphere, or saw a Facebook post on Katie Gillespie's article on Marc Boldt announcing his candidacy for county council chair, asking if I am running for Clark County Council District 2.

    Out of transparency, something all of us have fought long and hard for in local politics, I thought I'd let you know what's going on.

    YES, I have considered running for the District 2 new seat.  

    YES, I am also very interested.

    YES, I have complied with state law and filed a form with the Public Disclosure Commission in the event I do decide to run.

    HOWEVER, I am fully focused on making the April 26 Voter Forum a success, and if I make any announcement it will be after this forum.

    I also recognize that there will very likely be all sorts of candidates and wannabe candidates attending this forum, which they can do - it's an open invite forum.

    As organizer and moderator of this forum, I will be working with others to set some ground rules so that it will not be a candidate soapbox opportunity. We need to be focused on getting people back to voting, not scaring them away with a bunch of rhetoric. I hope this answers questions from people in this group who are wondering.

    And thank you for asking.

    -Chuck G.
It's kind of the usual C3G2 crock that I'm used to hearing about from the hate site Chuckie runs.

First you don't need to file anything with the PDC UNLESS you've decided to take money in, ie, campaign donations.

So this:
YES, I have complied with state law and filed a form with the Public Disclosure Commission in the event I do decide to run.
Is garbage.

In fact, the entire point of filing with the PDC is to take money in... and he has done that, lending himself $1000... since he has no chance, knowing that campaign contributions are going to be few and far between.  Think in terms of Mussolini Mikey Briggs' pathetic effort.

One THINKING about running doesn't have to file ANYTHING.

Second, if it had anything other to do with me blowing the whistle on him and Gillespie picking my story up, he would have said something when he did it, and not when I busted him for it. 

Make no mistake.  He's decided to run, and all the rest of this smoke and mirrors BS is to provide his campaign event masquerading as "voter re-engagement" as cover.

His fellow haters over there don't care, so the muted response has been the usual slobber.

It's just sad.

More political filth: Harry Reid

It's not just that the left lies to get what they want.  Hell, we know they've been lying about so much stuff around here that something along those lines is obvious...  but this?

This takes the cake.

The scumbag running the dems in the US Senate knew he was lying about Romney.  Lying is what these slime do.  God knows, every time Obama flaps his lips, we know HE's lying.

There's two problems with this for the dems.

First, is the trickle-down effect:  Reid acknowledges he lied and doesn't care.  He's a very successful liar, to be sure.

Second... and most important... I that now the default when a leftist speak is to conclude they are lying.

At some point, these scum are going to need us to believe them.  After this.... how likely is that?

Harry Reid is proud he lied about Mitt Romney's taxes

By |
Harry Reid, D-Nev. has no regrets about his 2012 claims that then presidential candidate Mitt Romney paid no taxes for 10 years.

The outgoing Senate Minority Leader even bragged to CNN that the comments, which had been described as McCarthyism, helped keep Romney from winning the election.

"They can call it whatever they want. Romney didn't win did he?" Reid said during a wide-ranging interview.

So, in Reid's world, it is perfectly acceptable to make a defamatory charge against an opponent to damage his campaign.

Reid first made the accusation against the former Massachusetts governor in a 2012 interview with the Huffington Post. At the time, Reid claimed that a Bain Capital investor told him Romney didn't pay taxes for the previous 10 years. This, Reid claimed, was why Romney hadn't released his tax returns.

"He didn't pay taxes for 10 years!" Reid said. "Now, do I know that that's true? Well, I'm not certain, but obviously he can't release those tax returns. How would it look?"
That scum deserves a great deal more than a smack in the face.

Unity in both the local and national GOP?

There's pretty much a fist fight going on in the GOP.

It's between those who slavishly accept anything with an "R" after it's name as the genuine, must-be-supported-at-all-costs-and-at-all-times article and those who take a somewhat different view.

Here, locally, we're cursed with individuals in office who completely forget their GOP heritage and what their district wants merely because they became elected...

The worst local example is fake Republican slimeball Tim "The Liar" Leavitt, who famously lied his way into getting elected and remained that way because his opponent in his re-elect ran a terrible campaign from the start.

Leavitt's Lie?  That he was "opposed to tolls" on his pet CRC Scam.  I called that a lie from the moment I heard it.  I was right... Leave-it flipped on that scam about 60 seconds after he was elected... and he's been a scumbag ever since.

Now, don't get me wrong.  Except for the occasional claim that he's GOP (Which you rarely hear except on those infrequent occasions when he needs it...) he's hardly big about his passing acquaintance with the party.

So now, we have what I refer to as the establishment types... beating the hell out of the Ron Paul types... who have this annoying habit of actually showing up...  and oddly, if memory serves, those who actually show up are the ones who run the world.

The establishment types at every level want us to simply ignore the records of anyone with an "R" after their name and vote for them.  Period.

No effort can be made to hold those electeds accountable for their perfidy, should they chose to engage in it.  Once elected, we have no say.

Our utterly worthless congresswoman and her incessant self-aggrandizing use of her child as a political accessory, for example, has recently come under some scrutiny lately.  Her abysmal failure to vote like a Republican, her slavish devotion to the establishment, her votes to raise the debt ceiling, her utter and complete failure to take any concrete action on the CRC /Loot Rail scam... these are the kinds of things that get the people of this area who actually pay attention kind of angry... since clearly, her ONLY mission is to remain in office... representing the people be damned.

I attended the PCO meeting a while back as an observer... where her obvious censure should have taken place... as should Greg Kimsey's.

The insanity I heard from various PCO's who have no more of an idea what their job is or how politics works was enough to make a statue weep.

And let there be no doubt: there is a schism in the party unlike any I've ever seen.  The problem the establishment nay-sayers have is that politics and political effectiveness are outcome-based business.

And the local GOP has NEVER had the level of success it currently does now.

An entirely GOP county commission, 12 out of 15 legislators GOP... most county offices... that's not a record the establishment can point to.

But the county mechanism demands unity.  One elected official wrote the following in the midst of the GOP fist-fight ongoing:
It seems like we are fighting amongst ourselves and hating on each other more than focusing on defeating the enemy. I guess this is where my coach in me comes out. Without good chemistry and putting team before self at times you won't have long term success. It seems some want to run the ball and others to throw a long bomb and have forgotten that the purpose of a political party is to win elections so you can implement your agenda. There are multiple ways to do that. Unlike most other countries we are a 2 party system. That means we have multiple factions in each party. I am confident we all don't want Another Democratic president and would like WA state to move farther right. Each of us have our own opinions on the best way to accomplish that, but we have the same goal. Let's focus on the goal. We are fighting with ourselves while our opponent is pulling flanking maneuvers. Say what you want about all our GOP elected officials and the local party leadership, we may not be in agreement on everything, but I know everyone of us want a smaller less intrusive cost effective government and to decrease the power of the left in this country.

These broad political strokes are of course true, as are the opposite for the left.

The problem?

Who blinks?  Both around here... and nationally?

Who backs off their righteous position?

The problem is that both sides have some level of merit.  The current regime is, of course, acting out an agenda and using the GOP mechanism to do that, namely, to take over a party to use for the PaulBot Agenda.  The local establishment and certainly the establishment at every level is well aware of that.

And, where they've been successful, the establishment finds itself on the outside looking in and that is DEFINITELY not where they want to be.

They're used to being feted.  They're used to being stroked and going to the banquets and getting the tickets to the National Convention and so forth.  They HATE to be out of power.  They HATE it when the local GOP won't endorse them because, well, they're establishment.

Correspondingly, a great many of those who are in or who have been in (Such as myself) hate it when we bust our collective asses to get people elected who then proceed to forget all about their GOP roots and vote in committee and on the floor like they're a slightly inebriated Chuck Schumer.

It's not that they CAN'T remember: it's that the system co-opted them... from Ryan Hart who traded his endorsement while Clark County chair of that clueless moron of a congresswoman for a rather highly paid job working for her ($68000 a year or so, isn't it?) to Marc Boldt who almost immediately fell under leftist influence when he became a county commissioner and then proceeded to sell us out on the CRC and tax increases and so forth... and Greg Kimsey, whose hatred of fellow Republicans (Using the term very loosely here... Kimsey is anything BUT a Republican) David Madore and Tom Mielke led him to break a wide variety of laws generally and confidences particularly as he lied his way to success with the county charter scam...

There are others who, in time, allow themselves to be seduced by a system that is designed to take advantage of their weaknesses and human frailties.  It wears almost everyone down in time... not unlike water going through granite.

So, as I said: it's not that they CAN'T remember: it's that usually... in time... they choose not to.

Whether the reason is reward (Steve Stuart for selling out Clark County on the TriMet eminent domain vote) or cash... (Hart for the Herrera endorsement... how much has he made since 2010?) the concept of principles and integrity gradually wear away...

And we get what we have.

All of this plays a role in the unity aspect.

Those controlling the local party now would have a much weaker hand if those we elected actually upheld something approaching GOP principles.

But far too many of those elected, don't.  And every one of them who "forgets" or who "looks the other way" or "compromises" or substitutes their "vision" for the will of the people they, allegedly, represent... strengthens the hand of those from the "other" side.  It feeds their ability to point out the obvious: those elected far too often forsake those who voted for them... and need to be replaced by those who will actually listen.

The establishment wants us to overlook all that.  And many who have their own, equally insidious agenda or levels of ignorance... do that with ease.

But frankly, the establishment's loss here is no one's fault but their own.

They've been out-played, out-thought, out-hustled and ultimately... they failed to show up... not, unlike, come to think of it, Marc Boldt... who's failed to show up to just about any known GOP function even though he's been an elected PCO for the last 3 years... 

The establishment simply doesn't care.  For them, it's a matter of labels, start to finish.

And it's not possible for "the twain to meet."

If the establishment intends to reestablish control over the party, they are going to have to do that thing which they've failed to do to date.

They are going to have to be more like the Paulistinians and less like the establishment they so zealously guard.

They have to shut up the strident.  They have to stand back and ponder why so very many are so unhappy with how they've been running things.  They have to commit to change... and it's likely to be painful change... because history has taught us that when a popular uprising has succeeded... as this one has succeeded... merely painting a vision of going back to the "good old days" will never be enough to restore control... and trying to... as they are trying to now using the worst possible people to make it happen... just plays into the hands of their obviously loathed political enemies.  (For a reference, look up the Russian Revolution: when the White Russians took places that had been held by the Reds, they immediately returned to the old, unpopular government forms that the Reds had just deposed... and they never stood a chance as a result.)

The establishment MUST change.  Or they will continue to lose.  It's inevitable.

It's a hard lesson to learn for those in politics: the democrats refuse to learn it and they get hammered at just about every election around here... because of that refusal to change.

Here, everyone believes themselves to be right.  But possession is 9/10th's of the law.  And right now, the establishment possesses nothing.  They should adjust accordingly... or they will merely be a footnote in our local political history.

Monday, March 30, 2015

The bigoted hypocrisy of Apple's Tim Cook: upset with Indiana for the Religious Freedom Law, but OK doing business with countries that execute gays.

I've never liked Apple products: never used them, never want to.  I've just never been thrilled with paying 3 times more than a non-Apple product to accomplish, essentially, the same thing.  It seems to me to be more of a cult thing than a technology thing, but what ev.

So, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed a variation of the bill into law that Obama voted for as a state senator and Bill Clinton signed into law back in 93.  Also, 19 other states have some version of the law to provide at least some level of defense from homosexual bigots who demand super rights because of what they have sex with.

Naturally, the gay CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, wasn't having any of that.

Of course, that's his privilege.  Equally, of course, except for whining, sniveling and bitching like a cut cat, he isn't DOING anything about it... except... to continue to do business with countries that EXECUTE gays.

I could be wrong (It happens, occasionally) but it seems to me that if Mr. Cook is so upset at the treatment of his fellow homosexuals at the hands of the government of Indiana, he might also be at LEAST as upset with governments like Qatar and Saudi Arabia (I saw 3 homosexuals executed there, myself)Nigeria and Uganda.

In fact, he might want to impose a boycott on countries that KILL gays if this minor annoyance to the gay agenda upsets him so damned much.

Screw Apple.  Screw the hypocrites running the company.

The Gateway Pundit has the skinny:

Apple CEO Tim Cook attacked Indiana this weekend for passing a religious freedom bill.
Cook said, “There’s something very dangerous happening in states across the country.”

Cook may believe Indiana’s new law is very dangerous towards gays…

But it’s not as dangerous as the several countries Apple does business with where they execute gays.

Four of the ten countries where they kill gays are on this Apple list:
– Uganda
– Nigeria
– Qatar
– Saudi Arabia
If Tim Cook really wanted to help gays, he might want to focus on the Apple customers who execute them.

Political insanity: Marc Boldt announces for county chair... or whatever it's going to be called.

(FULL DISCLOSURE:  I freely admit that I am totally opposed to Marc Boldt's election since he's completely sold out to the left, forgotten/ignored GOP principles, supports the CRC scam in it's entirety and wants to hang tolls around our neck for the next several decades that will destroy a great deal of small business in Clark County as a result.

NO candidate or campaign or anyone involved or in any way concerned with any candidate or campaign was aware of or approved or had input into this post.

Further, Marc Boldt is my brother in law, and I worked for him as his legislative assistant for 6 years while he was in the state house.)

Marc, what are you thinking?

You've run and won as a PCO in the GOP ever since they kicked you out... and to the best of my knowledge, never once bothered to show up to any GOP meeting or Lincoln Day Dinner.

You barely made it into the general election in 2012 by getting something like 30% of the vote in the primary that barely found you in the top two in the general... as a two-term incumbent!  That means, 70% of the people in YOUR commissioner district voted against you!

Your rabid support of the CRC Scam and your reliance on political low-life's such as Jim Mains to run your campaign... your quotes effectively laughing at the idea of people demanding a vote on the Bridge Scam... that's the kind of thing that resulted in a crushing defeat for you and tens of thousands of GOP-hating democrats refusing to vote for a so-called "conservative Republican."

There's no way you can walk away from that sort of thing.  None.  Holding democrat votes in this county will mean a democrat outcome.  Insisting you're a "conservative Republican" when the record screams "liberal democrat" while proclaiming your pro-life credentials muddies your message so much that I would literally be struck dumb if you even survived the primary. 

Look, I get that the local BIA is begging you to play pinata, and they may have promised you the moon plus two dollars to put yourself out there but they will no more deliver for you than the realtors delivered for you... and their money isn't everything... in fact, it's nothing.

ISSUES are the thing.  If they weren't, we'd have never heard of a charter and Joe Tanner would have slaughtered Tom Mielke... who he outspent something like 8 to 1.

And you are dead wrong on the same issues that caused your defeat last time.

Yeah, I know... your buddies will be troweling out the mud on Mielke, and beat him senseless on the Benton thing.

But that doesn't come close to your betrayal to the people of this county when you sold us out to the leftist scum who are doing their best to ram this CRC crap pile down our throats. 

Will the party be foolish enough to let you back in and support you against Tom Mielke?

Not if they have a brain in their head.

You are the author of the CTran taxing district.  You would have voted with Stuart to throw us under TriMet's bus on the ceding of eminent domain authority to an out of state, unelected and non-accountable board.

You'd be in Tim Leave-it's hip pocket  on the CTran Board... a leftist sock-puppet.

There are many more reasons to vote against you... as I will... than there are to vote for you.

"Conservative Republican" indeed.  My Cavalier Spaniels are more conservative.

Defining political hatred.

For those of us actually in politics, it's one of the biggest obstacles to progress of any sort.

It's not unlike the inculcation so favored by the Nazis... and the more militant scum operating under the extremist islamic banners.

First, the definition: many people have many ways of looking at it.  But practitioners of political hatred are typically unaware they're practicing the art.

Second, a major perspective of this sort of thing is that you have a side.  And the "side" is held blameless no matter what happens or how.

The OTHER side is, thereto, held responsible for everything and anything that goes wrong, no matter what... no matter how that is or what happened.

For example, leftists spew this kind of utter garbage:
"voter suppression is what's happening in the states with Republican legislatures that have reduced the number of voting days, limited voting to one day during the work week and require specific picture ID that many don't have in order to vote, all in the name of preventing nonexistent voter fraud."
(This kind of partisan hatred is absolutely exposed in the face of headlines such as this one: )

Correspondingly, taking advantage of the illegal alien vote is what's happening in the states with democrat legislatures (What few there are)  that have increased the number of voting days, made voting legal around the clock for weeks and require no ID or proof of citizenship of any kind in order to vote, all in the name of getting the non-citizen vote.

What this fringe-left whack job uttered is a crock.

I, for example, have all the ID I need.  So does every American alive.

Those who don't are, primarily, not those here legally.

I'm not remotely interested in allowing those lacking citizenship or majority the opportunity to pollute our elections.

Were it up to me, I'd cancel every voter registration in the country, require re-registration and require proof of citizenship to register.

I would get rid of mail-only ballots.

I would require proof of identity of everyone voting.

Now, leftists rather stupidly refer to this as "voter suppression."

They lie to themselves and to everyone else by lying about the lack of availability of ID.

They claim that minorities would be "disproportionately" impacted.

That's not only a lie... it's an outright lie.

But the left is stuck in a loop.  They know it's not true... but they simply don't care.

And when you know something like this is not true, and you keep repeating the lie over and over... never once remembering that all of the restrictions apply to everyone equally... and the only people who would have a hard time getting legal ID are those who are, well, illegal?

That's not politics speaking... that's common sense.

But political hatred extends to both sides... not just the left.  It's a product self-delusion and reliance on labels as opposed to actual job performance.

My favorite two local examples are Jaime Herrera and Brandon Vick.

They're both elected.  They both claim to be Republicans.  Neither have accomplished anything in office; one, congresscritter Jaime makes people believe she's opposed to the CRC Scam (which she is not) while the other mailed in his entire first year in office, costing the district I live in 50% of it's representation in the legislature.

I despise them both for being utterly worthless and abysmal failures in office.  And, as I pointed out, they're both GOP.  I, on the other hand, am a former Executive Director of the State GOP, so one would be more likely to think I'd rabidly support ANY moron as long as they have an "R" after their name.

One would be quite wrong, because if this past legislative session has taught me anything, it's taught me that political labels are utterly meaningless.

That idiots like these two are in office makes that a huge reason to blow off the party label altogether... and if it were up to me, I'd make these positions all non-partisan and get rid of party influence altogether.

There are more alleged GOP'ers I wouldn't vote for on a bat.  Marc Boldt, Ann Rivers, Scott Weber (County Clerk) Greg Kimsey (County Auditor who broke the law to campaign for the Charter scam while lying his ass off about it) to name a few.

On the local leftist side in office is Jimmy "Molehill" Moeller.

Few I can think of outside those scum running the democratian have done more harm to our community; lied with greater frequency and caused more divisiveness and hatred than Molehill. He's a democrat, typical of the out-of-touch, downtown mafia variety that doesn't give a rat's ass about the will of the people.  Hell, Molehill has even sued his own constituents.... and yet, they're stupid enough to keep electing him.

He's not the only one on his side of the aisle who could do with an ass-whoopin' using a political wiffle bat.

But I also vote for both sides.

I voted democrat for Prosecutor (Tony Golick) while voting GOP for Liz Pike and refusing to vote at all in the Vick/Mussolini Mikey Briggs race or the Weber/Pauli-Hammond (Isn't it nice that the democrats got rid of the bunch of losers running their political operation.... only to replace them with a bunch of losers that couldn't even beat a liatr like Scott Weber?) race.

I also skipped voting for Congress and county auditor.  And political fist-fights like one I know of going on right now because, horror of horrors, the local GOP apparently didn't invite that empty-suited disgrace of a worthless congresscritter to speak at the next Lincoln Day Dinner... which I never go to anyway... certainly accomplish SOOOOO much.

There's one side that consists of the rather mindless, slavishly devoted old school types who find themselves mortally offended that the cardboard cutout of a fake congresswoman wasn't invited... or wasn't invited to speak.

Well, hell... we may as well invite Michele "Klingon Princess" Obama to beat her gums considering anything that witch has to babble about is in basic lockstep with Ridgefield Barbie.

But the insults are flying around here over the perceived slight that our worthless git of a congresswoman apparently "wasn't invited" to the Lincoln Day Dinner.

Why bother?  All she'd do is babble about her infant child that she uses like a pair of earrings and then lie in her defense of the House GOP Establishment.  That's the only speech this empty suit has permission to give.

Having attended the most recent PCO meeting... which I haven't gone to in years and I can't see myself bothering to do again anytime real soon... I was astounded by the ignorance those slavishly supporting this clueless manikin showed at the proceedings... yet there was quite enough juvenile crap going on from the get go, since few people in attendance have even a remote clue concerning political science and the whole thing appears to be based on personal animus and one upmanship.

I suppose, in the end, it's a microcosm of the professional political hatred expressed in the rank partisanship crippling us from the White House downwards.

A more spontaneous, amateurish version to be sure.

And I use all of this to illustrate that political hatred is typically unthinking, unfeeling, ignorant and insupportable.

Yet, it's what's for dinner at all levels of the political world today.  And it's another element in the equation that has caused me to call it a career when it comes to campaigning.  

Who needs this kind of cancer in their lives?

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Politically, how to stay on my island.

It's not hard, really.

First of all, before anything else, you have to believe in the will of the people.  Whatever that will may be, you job is to express that will, not to replace it.... not to ignore it... not to parse it.

If you, for example, know that your district is opposed to a gas tax increase, your only job is to do everything you can to oppose it.

If you, for example, are presented with a bill... any bill... that is designed to keep the people silent about the outcome of the bill... then no matter what the bill claims to do, your only job is to oppose it.

If you, for example, FORGET WHO VOTED YOU IN, like your intelligence, or your view of the world is somehow far superior to the people that put you there?

Then you should likely resign.

Like everything else in politics, there's a spectrum.  On the left end of the spectrum, the elected official believes his or her agenda is superior to that of those he or she would govern.

My favorite example is that of Steve Stuart, a former county commissioner who was bought off like a cheap suit to throw this county under the bus on the TriMet eminent domain scam.... his vote guaranteeing his a cush job continuing on in government since he knew he was committing political suicide by selling out the people of this county.

Now, of course, he has to make do with a six-figure job that was his payoff.

Here's Steve's take on governance and how worthless the will of the people actually is.


Stuart is not the only one who shares this view:  Most everyone on the CTran Board could care less what we want.

Jimmy "Molehill" Moeller is a great practitioner of the art.  Tim "The Liar" Leavitt, whose only accomplishment besides turning his liver into a specimen in a jar is to lie his way into office... is the poster child for all things despicable in the political realm.

This variety of arrogance extends to all levels of politics... from the scut level Leavitt and Stuart occupy to the White House.

Local democrats as a whole, for yet another example, could care less that as a group, the people of Clark County have repeatedly made it clear we do not want the CRC and that we certainly do not want light rail, in ANY way shape, manner or form... including the ubiquitous "light rail ready" bridge variety.

("Light rail ready" is just code speak for providing the left with yet another way to ignore the people and rape our wallets... to move their scam from "light rail ready" to "light rail operational.")

The irony of all of this is that the local left refuses to learn their lesson:  the incessant yammering of the democrats concerning the CRC... the latest from that simple idiot of a governor yesterday:
"Inslee, a proponent of the project to replace the Interstate 5 Bridge, does not hide his frustration that the project failed. 
Although it’s still a top priority, he said on Friday, 'the local community has not yet coalesced.'"
Is that the understatement of the year, or what?

This incessant whining about the CRC has resulted in the people of this county effectively crushing the left at the polls... like Chuckles Green is likely to be crushed.

So, from my perspective, I laugh out loud every time a leftist babbles about this idiocy.

But it goes to the point of the issue:  the left doesn't care what the people want... at any level... even when they're punished badly at the polls.

The proof of this is in the fact that even though they've been clobbered since 2012, not one local leftist has in any way modified their positions on anything as a result.

It's like the voters have been yelling at a brick wall.  No democrat running for anything around here will even come close to admitting they were wrong, or acknowledging the will of the people in this matter.

Outside the 49th, no democrat can get elected dog catcher as a result.

The only problem is that the GOP, who have been handed control of most all of SW Washington as a direct result of leftist intransigence, may have forgotten this lesson.

There are very few reasons why the people have handed over control of government to the GOP.

First and foremost is simple: the local GOP candidates have put on a facade that they are what the democrats are not: a responsive group that actually listens and actually responds to the sense of the will of the people.

As long as Republican electeds continue to be responsive to those they would govern, they will continue to be elected.

As the reasons to elected Republicans gradually shrink to the point of being vaporized,  so will GOP control.  So will GOP candidate's success.

As it is, this is the last term the GOP will maintain control over the Senate.

People will vote GOP as long as the GOP continues to listen.  The gas tax scam of the Senate tends to show that they have stopped.

And since they have acted precisely the same way the democrats would have had they remained in charge of the Senate, that means there's precisely zero reason to keep sending them back.

As a result... we won't.  And like the democrat's insistence on falling on their swords over the CRC, the GOP Senate's insistence on pulling the pin on a hand grenade and then swallowing it over the gas tax will begin to have the same result.

You want to stay on my island?

Then stop trying to out-democrat the democrats.  Because when you sell us out for the greater good or your superior vision or knowledge or intelligence?

You're not being any different than the other guys.  And if we wanted the other guys?

They'd be in office and YOU would be on the outside looking in.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Is it time for Israel to nuke Iran?

Is it time for the United States to destroy Iran as a viable entity?

The government of Iran is devoted to destroying, in no particular order, Israel and the United States.

Do we as a country wait until they launch an undeniable attack?

Iran killed and maimed thousands of US troops in Iraq with no particular response from us.
What makes anyone think they've changed their thirst for American blood?  (And yes, failing to punish Iran was huge mistake by Bush 2)

The Scumbag in Chief continues to have that clueless moron John (Did you know he served in Vietnam?) Kerry sell us... and Israel out.

At some point, there is no doubt that muslim terrorists will pop a nuke in the United States.

And the leading candidate... but by no means the only one... is Iran.

Instead of negotiating with the Iranians, who just a few days ago were chanting for our death, I believe it's time that they be destroyed in return for their slaughter of tens of thousands of others, their support of terrorism around the world and, of course, setting an example for the rest of the world.

Because here's the thing:  That empty-suited, fringe-left idiot in the White House makes Neville Chamberlain look like a rank amateur.
Is there any question that the equally slimy John Kerry or Susan Rice will be making the Sunday morning political shows to trumpet this great deal that the scumwad running the show doesn't want to let Congress look over (Another violation of the Constitution) when an "agreement" is reached that will continue to allow Iran to achieve nuclear weaponry.

Or, we can eliminate them as a threat.

Clearly, they are a threat to us.  Clearly, they are a threat to Israel.  Clearly, they are a threat to all nations in the region.

The question: do we punch them first?

Or allow them to punch us?

Does Israel punch them first?

Or do they wait for Iran to, effectively, destroy them?

I'm thinking that "after" is just a tiny bit too late.

C3G2 Hater Chuck Green's campaign event: "reengaging the voters" and signing them up for his campaign

When you're running a facebook hate group like C3G2, aka Clark County Citizens for Democrat Governance, it's easy to fool those sheep.

Which brings me to Chuckie.

Chuckie, allegedly, is doing his civic bit to organize all the leftist groups in the area for a little chat.

The ulterior motive, of course, will be to get them organized for his campaign against Olson for the District 2 council race.

But, oddly, the Chuck-Wuk wasn't talking about that when he set this garbage up:

Public · Hosted by Chuck Green

Please plan to come and participate in a community forum called "Where Have All the Voters Gone?".

This forum will be a non-partisan community dialogue on why voter turnout was the lowest in decades (50% in Clark County) and how we can not only get those voters back to the ballot box in 2015, but also bring back those who did vote in 2014.

Co-hosted by the League of Women Voters, NAACP-Clark County, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), and the National Women's Coalition Against Violence and Exploitation (NWCAVE), it will include presentations from Vancouver City Councilmember Jack Burkman on some turnout data and mapping from the 2014 general election, Betty Sue Morris on what's at stake in the 2015 elections, Greg Kimsey on the Elections office observations (and hopefully part of the discussion of what the Auditor's office can do to help implement some of the voter re-engagement suggestions), and myself (Chuck Green) on the voter/non-voter survey we did last fall. A thank you to Councilmember Anne McEnerny-Ogle and LWV for help in arranging for the facilities and for CVTV.

There will be opportunities for those attending to provide questions and suggestions to those participating in this roundtable format discussion.

The major political parties have been invited to be represented, as I think they need to hear what the community is saying and hopefully, engage in a civil discussion about what they can do to commit to helping get voters back. Deanna Pauli-Hammond, Chair of the Clark County Democratic Party, has committed. We hope to have someone from the Clark County Republican Party there to represent the GOP at the forum, I have heard from the Chair of the Clark County Tea Party and they are interested.

I have been working with Dr. Carolyn Long of WSU- Vancouver's Political Science Department to help craft an agenda and flow of this discussion, because we are time-constrained.

More about this soon. The Forum will be Sunday, April 26, 4-5:30 PM at the Vancouver Community Library's Columbia Room.

This event will also be broadcast on CVTV. The room's capacity is about 120 persons, so let's fill it.

Thanks to High Five Media for the flyer.
Of COURSE he wants to "fill it" with his fellow haters.  After all, what kind of a campaign event would this be if he couldn't fill the room?

And so who does he get to show up?  Every political figure he can who will support HIS candidacy.

I get why he hasn't said anything about running yet.  After all, when word gets out that the true motivation only has to do with increasing his fellow LEFTIST turn out, it will be just the tiniest bit awkward for people like CVTV, who really should cancel unless they're going to do the same for EVERY candidate running for office this year... and how likely is that?

This isn't even a thinly veiled campaign event.  It's the real deal... with BS Morris "talking about what's at stake in the 2015 election..." when he, right now, is the only fringe-leftist whack job running.

Wow.  This one is tough to figure out.

Chuckie would never admit any of it, of course, but you know damned well that his motivation is ONLY to increase the leftist turn out... which is the reason for his focus on race-based fringe-left groups.