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Wasted my first opportunity to vote on George McGovern. Been spending the rest of my life atoning for my sin.

Ronald Reagan and Donald Trump are the two greatest presidents in my lifetime, and possibly the past century.

Barak Obama was the most corrupt in history.

There. That should set the record straight.


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Edgework comments on Apr 27, 2019:
Harry’s. Great product. Great price.
Can anyone explain the alternate reality that Democrats live in ?
Edgework comments on Apr 27, 2019:
Stop calling them Democrats. They all crossed the line years ago. They’re hard left activists following the Alinsky playbook. Just because we normals didn’t notice doesn’t change the fact that we’ve been playing the wrong game; bringing philosophy texts to a knife fight and losing as a result. For the left, the agenda is everything. Objective truth has no meaning. All that matters is political truth, which is anything that advances the agenda. For us, it’s a conversation over different points of view. For them, it’s a religious crusade. We seek to win elections; they seek to burn us at the stake. The hatred they express for Trump is because he chooses not to be complicit in our own destruction. He chooses to fight back. There will, perhaps, be time again for diplomacy, decorum and collegiality in our political discourse. But for now, we’re at war. We need to recognize that whatever they think, do or say, their one overarching priority is destroying us. Once that is recognized, all the questions about why they behave the way they do become easy to answer.
Investigation Discoveries will merge with Conspiracy Research soon Admin is running around like a ...
Edgework comments on Apr 27, 2019:
I wondered. Glad to know it didn’t get Phantom Zoned.
Why Do they Hate Us and How can We Change?
Edgework comments on Apr 24, 2019:
The best change would be to stop agonizing over stupid questions like why “they” hate us. The next best change would be to stop apologizing for the unparalleled success of our culture. The third best change would be to collectively grow a spine and defend a way of life that has resulted in greater freedom from oppression, poverty and ignorance than at any time in history. From time to time I find cockroaches in my house. I don’t worry about how the feel. I spray them.
Can we please have a discussion about the Electoral College?
Edgework comments on Apr 18, 2019:
Just to bring it back to the numbers, the left loves to harp on the fact that Hillary won the popular vote by 3,000,000. But she won California by 4,000,000 votes, which means the tally in the rest of the country puts Trump ahead by 1,000,000. Unless you want California to choose our president for the rest of time, you will see the genius of the structure created by all those “dead, white, land holders,” so many tears ago.
Thoughts on the John Birch Society?
Edgework comments on Apr 17, 2019:
Everything they predicted has come to pass.
The Fountainhead What can I say about Ayn Rand that won’t start an avalanche of hair-pulling on...
Edgework comments on Apr 16, 2019:
Ayn Rand was an interesting kind of triple threat: a clumsy writer, a naive economist and a somewhat inconsistent philosopher. And yet, somehow the result was far more than the sum of its parts. I always thought she was too early for her own good. She existed in a world where academic argument and presentation was the accepted context for ideas such as hers. She would have fared much better in the est/Forum environment of transformational workshops. She was trying to do through intellectual interaction what is essentially a paradigm shift in worldview, something that is achieved much more successfully in the confrontion with self experience of such seminars. I too was affected by The Fountainhead, but moreso by Atlas Shrugged. While she never created real characters (if your characters are all bad or all good, you haven’t done your job as a writer), but she serves the necessary function of defining the black and white poles, for only the do we have an accurate scale to evaluate the myriad shades of grey in which daily life actually takes place.
Edgework comments on Apr 15, 2019:
Metadata from the email dumps proves they did not get uploaded from a foreign server. (Bye bye Russian hackers.) It’s impossible to state conclusively since the FBI never actually examined either the DNC servers or John Podesta’s system (your tax dollars at work), but if the emails had been copied directly onto a flash drive, they would have presented the same profile. And with Seth Rich’s murder, no more infodumps were forthcoming.
Edgework comments on Apr 15, 2019:
Until the fabled “moderate Muslims” stand up to publicly disavow the extremists (who they are so fond of assuring us represent a small minority), they’re indistinguishable from one another. When Jerry Falwell said 9/11 was God’s punishment for our tolerance of the gay lifestyle, public leaders both secular and religious couldn’t scream loud enough that “That’s not my God.” That’’s how you tell the difference between the crazies and the sane: you listen to what they say. It’s a self selecting process. Omar has been clear about what she’s been saying from the start. No one—not moderate Muslims, not moderate Democrats—has attempted to separate themselves from her. Draw what conclusions you will, from that
In a nation torn by conflict by the extremes, the United States needs a push toward moderacy.
Edgework comments on Apr 15, 2019:
Did you ever read the book, “Great Moderates In History?” Neither has anyone else. I get your point, but sometimes standing for something and being willing to defend it, even fight for it, is considered extreme.
Ya know.
Edgework comments on Apr 6, 2019:
Every time she opens her mouth, another Democrat decides to vote for Trump
Well I did stop to buy ANY Gilette product.
Edgework comments on Apr 6, 2019:
Placed my first order with Harry’s. Better product, waaay cheaper. Use the app and shave care free for the duration
Is it time to try something new?
Edgework comments on Apr 4, 2019:
How about we find new ways to cross-section the political landscape that aren’t rooted in 20th century Cold War oppositions. It’s happening anyway, as a natural process of the onward March of history. When change is on the table, resistance is futile. It will happen, and it won’t have a lot to do with the ideologues who are only too willing to take credit. No one knows what it means to be Republican or Democrat any more, only that the parties bear so little resemblance to the parties of the 80’s and 90’s that the designations are little more than a technicality. Our problem right now is that most are thinking in terms of what they are not. When someone defines what we really are, and have become, discourse might begin to take place.
I find it harder and harder to find someone who is a true moderate.
Edgework comments on Mar 30, 2019:
I don’t think you are describing a moderate. Just because no one’s coined a label for your positions doesn’t mean they’re not strongly held. Or consistent. When I think of the term moderate, I imagine someone with a crease in his butt from sitting on the fence. As Rush Limbaugh used to say, you’ve never seen a book titled “Great Moderates In History” I think a problem with our political discourse is that we are saddled with categories that date from the Cold War era, or even earlier. I tend towards conservative/Libertarian myself, yet I grant that many of the positions and priorities of the left have merit. Just because they argue for them as ineptly as possible doesn’t alter that. What’s needed are new way to cross-section political thought and a new sense of what the categories are. Until then, the OP will wonder where he belongs. I’d say he belongs right where he is.
USA Today blacklists The Federalist for the crime of getting the Trump-Russia story right- ...
Edgework comments on Mar 29, 2019:
I don’t believe anyone “got it wrong.” That sounds like an “Oops, my bad,” moment. This was a two year+ calculated lie designed to first corrupt an election, and then take down a legitimate government. Everyone lied and told themselves it was for a higher calling: history had clearly made a mistake and history had to be put back on track. True, the useful idiots dutifully believed whatever they were fed, but the abandonment of objective truth in favor of political truth— whatever furthers the agenda—was no oversight, no act of carelessness, no well-intentioned goof. It was treason designed post-election to cover the treason committed pre-election. The stakes were high, but if they’d faced anyone besides Trump, someone who would have folded like a cheap camera and resigned, they’d have gotten away with it.

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