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Monday, October 24, 2016

Mailvox: Pro-Trump enthusiasm

A VFM reports from Texas:
I went to early vote today and couldn't because there were too many people already in line. In my 20 years voting I have never seen this many people early voting. My area is a semi-rural heavily republican area. Talk radio is giving reports that all around Houston TX voting locations are maxed out. In past elections I could go to early vote with a line less than 10 long. Today it was at least 200, no parking spaces, people parking in the ditch and nearby fields.
This is the second eyewitness report I've heard to this effect from Texas. It also explains why the Clinton/Soros crew is redoubling their demoralization efforts. As I told Stefan Molyneux in my most recent appearance on his show - it should broadcast later this week - these efforts are wasted on people who, when told that they are outnumbered and all is lost, decide that they might as well take as many of the bastards with them as escorts on the way to Valhalla.

The r/selected rabbits cannot understand that there is infinitely more pride and honor in casting the one and only vote for freedom than in being the ninety-ninth to cast a ballot for slavery.

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Anonymous DH October 24, 2016 9:11 PM  

Texas has browned. There is no hope for Trump voters there. No reason for them to vote at all any more. My crisscross tabs prove this.

Anonymous johnc October 24, 2016 9:13 PM  

Hopefully all of this energy and enthusiasm has a channel through which to flow post-election as well. Whether Trump wins or loses it needs to be put to creative use.

Though if there's a feeling that the election was "stolen", shit's gonna explode.

Anonymous Deplorable Psychedelic Cat Hair October 24, 2016 9:20 PM  

"Texas has browned." but not enough.

FIFY.

Anonymous Cmate October 24, 2016 9:22 PM  

Yup...

Blogger newanubis October 24, 2016 9:24 PM  

Folks,I believe, are hip to the idea that even if Trump were to take 2/3 of every vote cast in the election that this may well not mean
he's elected.

In elections past, this very notion would be anathema to 'sensibilities' and dismissed outright. The Overton Window has indeed opened- what's left to be discovered is if doing so will ultimately bring fresh air in, not just to continue letting noisome air out.

Anonymous Down and Out in... October 24, 2016 9:25 PM  

@VD: well said.

So, when are you going to run for President-slash-Dictator (in the Roman sense), or at least write some cool speeches for a plausible one?

You're doing a fine service as a publisher/editor with Castalia (you guys are positively ablaze, it's great to see), but you're wasting your talents on video games. Did it in the 80s, bro. They're the future, to be sure, but the future might take a while, and you're here now. (Also, c'mon, The Glass Bead Game? Hesse is an eternal teenager. A fine one, but still, ...well, maybe you've read some Vonnegut, right? That's some very good teenage writing, Thurston and Lee and Dee Dee Ramone would approve. Read the damn Magic Mountain for pete's sake.) Infogalactic is kind of a cool enterprise. But trust me, as Teddy Roosevelt would have said, there's much bigger game out there, and you may as well bag it. Because you could.

Blogger Robert What? October 24, 2016 9:26 PM  

@DH,

Hillary may very well win this one, but that doesn't mean you go down without a fight.

Blogger Alexandros October 24, 2016 9:33 PM  

If Trump wins, but doesn't win by a massive landslide then I am automatically going to assume that voter fraud of the kind that the world has never seen took place on a massive scale.
One thing that bothers me is that people who were around in the prior century said that Dukakis had similar support but terrible results; does anybody know about that? I have a hard time believing he came even close to what I'm seeing at Trump rallies in the States.

Anonymous mrl October 24, 2016 9:36 PM  

Same here in Tennessee. I have never seen this many people. The Trump signs were huge and outnumbered Hillary's.

Anonymous dagwood October 24, 2016 9:42 PM  

Dukakis was never going to win, because a) he was short, b) he physically looked like a jackass, c) he came from a state which nearly all other Americans consider ridiculous, and d) he was running against the god-damned Head of the Spooks.

Then he made that ridiculous ad of him sitting in a tank.

But his worst error was in the Willie Horton debacle: a reporter asked him what he would do if his own wife, Kitty Dukakis, had been raped and murdered. And he answered in a rational, dispassionate way. The proper response was to offer to kick the living sh!t out of the reporter, outside.

Done and dusted.


Anonymous Lawyer Guy October 24, 2016 9:46 PM  

I want to watch it burn. All burn. I vote against every tax. I vote for the biggest dumbass lawyers for judge, the odder the better. I vote against every legislator currently in office.

At least Trump knows the value of money and about high level trade and projects.

Blogger SemiSpook37 October 24, 2016 9:46 PM  

If there was any opportunity for the early vote mechanism to backfire against the Dumbasses, it would be this election.

Word over on Gab is that people need to be wearing red if they're voting Trump (to speak out against voter fraud). Any word from the emailer that this was the case?

Anonymous Ellipsis Lacuna October 24, 2016 9:48 PM  

If Hildebeast wins I'm considering renouncing my citizenship but staying in country as a refugee and claiming all kinds of gibsmedat.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 24, 2016 9:50 PM  

If early voting is that packed, it might be a good idea to early vote because that suggests that Election Day will be totally logjammed.

OpenID b1bae96e-6447-11e3-b6bb-000f20980440 October 24, 2016 9:52 PM  

Is that snark or did DH go full Eeyore?

Anonymous VFM #6306 October 24, 2016 9:52 PM  

DH, you forget that the Mexicans of Texas want a wall to keep those dirty Guatemalans from coming and wanting dos y dos on the free stuff.

Blogger Clint October 24, 2016 9:53 PM  

Another Texas example here. We went not long before closing time today, and there were not too many folks then, so we got in quickly. I heard another voter ask the workers if they had been busy and they replied that it was their busiest day ever in early voting. I am also in rural Texas.

Blogger Rusty Fife October 24, 2016 9:53 PM  

Ellipsis Lacuna wrote:If Hildebeast wins I'm considering renouncing my citizenship but staying in country as a refugee and claiming all kinds of gibsmedat.

It's a fun thought; just how to execute?

Anonymous Laz October 24, 2016 9:54 PM  

DFW here. I live on the edge of the metro area and I work on the dark side of town. The early voting station is a block away from the shop and I had trouble getting in and out of the shop lot. I've never seen anything like it.

Anonymous Virginia Irredenta October 24, 2016 9:55 PM  

@8, I was in my mid-twenties in '88, and I don't recall Dukakis having any particular support from anyone. The media liked him, of course, since he was a Democrat. The country at large wanted the "Reagan's Third Term!" that George Bush had promised. Bush, of course, was lying through his teeth, but we couldn't know that.

Blogger frigger611 October 24, 2016 9:56 PM  

"these efforts are wasted on people who, when told that they are outnumbered and all is lost, decide that they might as well take as many of the bastards with them as escorts on the way to Valhalla.

"The r/selected rabbits cannot understand that there is infinitely more pride and honor in casting the one and only vote for freedom than in being the ninety-ninth to cast a ballot for slavery."

Wow, thank you for this, very well articulated, masterful rhetoric, and most heartening.

Molon labe!

Deus Vult!

Blogger VFM #7634 October 24, 2016 9:57 PM  

So Texans, what did the early voters look like? Were they more white and male? Or nonwhite and female?

Because if it's the former, Trumpslide. If the latter, we're fucked.

Anonymous The OASF October 24, 2016 9:57 PM  

I can see VD's point on DH'S sytem and process logic... bad data going in is going to produce bad data coming out.

But it's hilarious to keep hearing from him that the rigged polling data from the rigged sampling frames matches up perfectly and ALWAYS verifies the rigged election results and you are a fool if you can't see the statistical lock there!

If the Diebold voting machine circuit boards get fried and the exit polling is so out of whack so badly that even a corrupt judge will have to hear the case... then things will get very interesting. I think the hand of divinity is playing a role in this and I think Trump legitimately has a shot.

Anonymous a deplorable rubberducky October 24, 2016 9:58 PM  

This is good to hear! Can't wait to cast my ballot for Trump.

Dukakis had nothing like the Trump phenomenon, I'm surprised to hear anybody say he had any kind of big groundswell at all. Papa Bush cleaned his clock, and Bush had real problems. The "Whimp Factor", lack of vision. He looked small in the shadow of Reagan, yet he pulled off a Reaganesque landslide thanks to the weakness of Dukakis. Back in those days we used to sell special election branded cigarette packs, all the gay guys used to come in and buy them up and that was about it. One of them, who was my friend, told me he knew at the time Dukakis was going to get slaughtered bad, everybody knew it, but he had to buy the Dukakis smokes on principle. That was in Alexandria, VA, a long time bastion of stark raving liberal lunacy, and even then everybody there knew for certain Dukakis was a non-starter.

Anonymous George of the Jungle October 24, 2016 10:00 PM  

Lord,

Destroy my enemies, and let me live to see it.

Amen

Anonymous Jack Amok October 24, 2016 10:02 PM  

Is that snark or did DH go full Eeyore?

I think it's a fake account, as the real dh is 'dh' not 'DH'.

Not that the real one hasn't been just as much of a defeatist lately.

Anonymous 360 October 24, 2016 10:03 PM  

In Texas and have not voted yet but I have been warned by several people that if you vote straight party ticket the voting machine will choose Clinton so they told me to be sure and check the selection. I will confirm if this is the case for me when I vote.

Blogger SirHamster October 24, 2016 10:04 PM  

b1bae96e-6447-11e3-b6bb-000f20980440 wrote:Is that snark or did DH go full Eeyore?




Looks like parody handle. dh uses lower case.

Anonymous Brick Hardslab October 24, 2016 10:09 PM  

Dukakis was a 'no hoper' from the get go. He was just as feckless as Hillary but less corrupt. Nobody liked him. He was deeply unpopular.

Anonymous mariscrane October 24, 2016 10:10 PM  

Good thing no one took French seriously. http://www.nationalreview.com/article/441319/donald-trump-alt-right-internet-abuse-never-trump-movement

Blogger Lazarus October 24, 2016 10:12 PM  

DH wrote:Soros told me to pretend to be dh and say Texas has browned. He said I should emphasize there is no hope for Trump voters there. No reason for them to vote at all any more. Soros said to say mumbo-jumbo like "My crisscross tabs prove this". Soros said I could take the rest of the night off.



Wow. That Soros guy must be a prince to work for. Are there any benefits or is forfeiting your soul the only one?

Anonymous Alice De Goon October 24, 2016 10:17 PM  

*Sad Pepe Face* Sigh....

It sucks to live in Minnesota. Oh I'll still go out and vote for Trump, but it hurts knowing my state will still probably swing for Hillary because it's full of sheltered, r-selected Scandawhoovians. (The movie "Fargo" was pretty much all about how vulnerable a completely homogenous and trusting population would be to violent outside forces. You'd think it would have been a warning to those of us who lived in the place it was set in, but nooooo.)

MN was the ONLY state that swung for DUKAKIS fercripessake, despite even the most raving libcucks in this region knowing that he was an unelectable hobbit. I'll do what I can on election day, if only to strike a symbolic blow against Maaaaadge from Edina and her virtue-signaling kaffeeklatschers.

Blogger Ransom Smith October 24, 2016 10:19 PM  

I'd be tempted to vote early here in VA just to scope it out. But my polling place is mostly lower class whites.

So it's probably easy to assume Trump has this area in the bag.

Blogger tz October 24, 2016 10:19 PM  

TCH had another "Cold Anger" post. The attempts at demoralization just energizes Trump supporters. "Rigged" causes everyone to think it's false.

Go back to the primaries and see all the Trump ceilings, and no chance of winning, and isn't leading in the polls. He even wasn't going to try to win Iowa until a few days before the caucuses and came in 2nd.

It would merely take the millions of Christians and others who didn't vote because they thought it didn't matter (and they were right before this).

Carter was leading by 6 points and Reagan "didn't have a chance" just before election day.

The problem with those on the dole is that they don't put much effort in, even elections. I don't see how even the best targeting, get out the vote system (Ted Cruz had all that) can shift things.

If it shifts it will only be because of Fraud, but note the exit poll v.s. actual votes with Bernie (and winning every coin toss in IA, every card draw in NV...).

Blogger horsewithnonick October 24, 2016 10:19 PM  

So, ate Trump is elected, does Hillary wait for the indictments, or will she and Bill follow in Adolf and Eva's footsteps?

Blogger dc.sunsets October 24, 2016 10:22 PM  

Clinton ad now going "full Goldwater," claims to have a retired officer from the nuclear missile command go on about "dangerous" Trump.

All that was missing from the 1964 politial commercial was the mushroom cloud.

The Clinton brain trust isn't the most inventive or original. Talk about room temp IQ's.

Blogger horsewithnonick October 24, 2016 10:25 PM  

I should think the last eight years would have cured intelligent voters of seeking a candidate with "the vision thing" - if there's one thing Obama has in spades, it's vision.

Anonymous John in Highland Park October 24, 2016 10:27 PM  

Currently living in Harlingen, TX. I will be early voting next Saturday. First time I have voted in twenty years. Voting Trump.

Blogger Dissident October 24, 2016 10:29 PM  

I can attest to this. I am in Texas (Houston) and early voting was very very busy today. I waited 2 hours and have never seen it like this ever before. I also met a woman there who told me she hadn't voted in 10 years. I think this large turnout is good for Trump personally or it's driving out all the people who don't want him in office, only time will tell.

Either way, I did my duty and if I was a betting man I would put my money on Trump being able to pull it off. I mean no matter what the polls say, how do you get around the vast differences in campaign rally enthusiasm?

Blogger dh October 24, 2016 10:30 PM  

The r/selected rabbits cannot understand that there is infinitely more pride and honor in casting the one and only vote for freedom than in being the ninety-ninth to cast a ballot for slavery.

This is actually very powerful. Well said.

Blogger lowercaseb October 24, 2016 10:31 PM  

Here in San Francisco we don't have polling machines... At least at my precinct. Good old fashioned paper ballots. Then again they don't need any electronic help here...

...but they are going to be surprised. Although they still outnumber us we are starting to come out of the red closet. And they are SCARED at the idea the we live among them.

November 8th San Francisco is going to hear the people sing the song of Angry Men...

Anonymous Ironsides October 24, 2016 10:33 PM  

Well, I'm excited. This sounds great.

Blogger Lazarus October 24, 2016 10:37 PM  

horsewithnonick wrote:So, ate Trump is elected, does Hillary wait for the indictments, or will she and Bill follow in Adolf and Eva's footsteps?

They don't have that level of commitment. Hopefully they will just kill the vile issue Chelsea as a peace offering .

Anonymous Bobby Farr October 24, 2016 10:38 PM  

But NY Times contributor and NeverTrumper Erick Erickson recently assured his tiny flock that even Texas was a toss up due to Trump being unpopular. And Erick has such a reputation for integrity...

Blogger Nick S October 24, 2016 10:38 PM  

"I think the hand of divinity is playing a role in this and I think Trump legitimately has a shot."

I couldn't agree more. I thought it became obvious late in the primaries. If I were paying closer attention, I probably would've come to that conclusion sooner.


BTW, speaking of Stefan Molyneux, he's been exceptionally prolific lately. If you haven't seen his most recently posted interview with Charles Ortel on the Clinton Foundation corruption, I highly recommend it.

Anonymous Sharrukin October 24, 2016 10:40 PM  

8. Alexandros October 24, 2016 9:33 PM

"One thing that bothers me is that people who were around in the prior century said that Dukakis had similar support but terrible results; does anybody know about that?"

Totally false.

Dukakis had lukewarm support even from his own side.

See here...

http://www.polmeth.wustl.edu/files/polmeth/herro98b.pdf

This paper studies voting and abstention in the 1988 presidential election and in particular focuses on one of the election’s more noteworthy features: voter turnout in 1988 was 50.1%, low even by American presidential election standards

Blogger James Dixon October 24, 2016 10:41 PM  

> Is that snark or did DH go full Eeyore?

dh lowercases his handle. It's a fake.

> One thing that bothers me is that people who were around in the prior century said that Dukakis had similar support but terrible results

Not even close. Dukakis didn't have any support to speak of. He was a worse version of Gore or Kerry.

Anonymous Bobby Farr October 24, 2016 10:45 PM  

@32 I wouldn't count out MN yet. Trump was tied with Hillary in the most recent Gravis poll and he has been consistently leading in Iowa, which consists of similarly cucked whites.

Blogger OGRE October 24, 2016 10:46 PM  

Virginia Irredenta wrote:@8, I was in my mid-twenties in '88, and I don't recall Dukakis having any particular support from anyone. The media liked him, of course, since he was a Democrat. The country at large wanted the "Reagan's Third Term!" that George Bush had promised. Bush, of course, was lying through his teeth, but we couldn't know that.

Its funny to think about now, but if Bush I had fought those tax increases, we might not have ever had to put up with the Clintons. I remember post Gulf War that everyone said he was undefeatable in the next election; the Dems were just rolling out a scapegoat initially.

Blogger Teri October 24, 2016 10:52 PM  

Dukakis was back when I was still a Lefty. I voted for him. It was about as exciting as Jeb vs Clinton would have been.

Anonymous DissidentRight October 24, 2016 10:59 PM  

TRUMPENSLIDE.

Anonymous Dave October 24, 2016 11:09 PM  

@36 That commercial has been running nonstop in PA for weeks. I don't understand why Trump doesn't take this ad on directly with one of his own; the guy in the ad is a obvious partisan hack. Here's one of the top comments on youtube wrt:

Brian K
I am also a former Nuclear Missile Launch Officer (or as it was known in my tenure, Missile Combat Crew Member). I proudly served at Minot AFB in the 90s as was among the initial cadre of the transition from Command Data Buffer to REACT. I earned my “pocket rocket” with distinction.

Bruce Blair does NOT, I repeat NOT speak for the majority of former Missileers. I (among many) actually consider Hillary the greater threat of someone who would bring us to the brink because she has no empathy and her decision making capability is deeply flawed (as evidenced by the sheer magnitude of her poor choices in times of crisis). Also, the people she would empower to be a part of the National Command Authority would be downright dangerous. They would be political hacks instead of professionals.

I however do not have any reservations about Donald Trump. I trust his decision making and trust he would surround himself with competent advisors, not political warriors.

It is also worth noting that Bruce Blair is more than just a former missileer. He has an agenda as a co-founder of Global Zero, dedicated to eliminating nuclear weapons. It is listed as non-partisan but after this video, I think it’s time to challenge that. I wonder if becoming partisan would now affect any tax exempt status enjoyed by his affiliations?

Anonymous BGKB October 24, 2016 11:13 PM  

Texas has browned. There is no hope

Obama even shitted refusegees from Liberia on it, that used welfare money to bring over the Ebola patient.

Good thing no one took French seriously You mean the Israel First America 5th column literal cuckold?

November 8th San Francisco is going to hear the people sing the song of Angry Men...

San Fran did right before they decriminalized defecating on the streets.

Its funny to think about now, but if Bush I had fought those tax increases

Some say the reason Bush was smiling when he handed off to Obama was JEB would win after Obama.

Bruce Blair is more than just a former missileer

Is he an actual missileer, because the exact same anti goldwater ad had the exact same actor against TRUMP falsely claiming to be a republican both times. https://newrepublic.com/minutes/135171/hillary-goes-retro-ad-paints-trump-goldwater-redux

Anonymous Dave October 24, 2016 11:18 PM  

@53 different ad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lha5Gk-yCbw

Anonymous Laz October 24, 2016 11:24 PM  

"So Texans, what did the early voters look like?"

Overwhelmingly white with late model vehicles. Pretty even mix of men and women.

Blogger praetorian October 24, 2016 11:26 PM  

HIGH ENERGY FINAL PUSH SYNTHWAVE

Remember: this is the most important election ever, not voting for trump is voting for hillary AND obama AND FDR AND Lincoln all at once and forever, and we're gonna make american great again and deloreans and cocaine, too.

Let's do this fam.

Blogger Unknown October 24, 2016 11:31 PM  

Even Michael More gets it, puss filled fat ass that he is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pADHLsECWxY

Blogger Ken Prescott October 24, 2016 11:32 PM  

@53 Yes, he's a former missileer--he did some time as a launch officer, and a little bit on an airborne battle staff. He is also a blithering idiot. His architecture of the Soviet nuclear command and control system was, when you modeled it, utterly incapable of launching a strike at all--and completely contrary to Soviet military command doctrine. (In America, doctrine is guidance that is frequently ignored if the needs of the mission dictate. In USSR "doctrine" was inscribed on the Holy Tablets by Marx and Lenin.)

Blogger JaimeInTexas October 24, 2016 11:48 PM  

In Houston, historically, early voting is a Republican thing. My wife told of me of someone that waited 3 hours to vite and there are other reports of lines going around the block. Early voting vplume in Houston is breaking prevoius records.

Anonymous Trent Johnson October 24, 2016 11:49 PM  

"there is infinitely more pride and honor in casting the one and only vote for freedom than in being the ninety-ninth to cast a ballot for slavery."

The problem with the Alt Right and Kiddies like Cernovich and Beale is that their form of freedom means the opportunity to call someone a nigger and not be judged.

All their projects add up to the same thing, whether it's a 3rd grade meme about dna being identity or worrying about being judged because they said spic or nigger....they just are so bummed that most people don't like people like Beale and Cernovich.

So what do they do? They hitch their horse to a BabyMan who can't muster enough support to beat Hillary Clinton. Even those who know she's a hasbeen would rather vote for her than for BabyMan.

Beale, Cernovich and the rest of the AltRight are slaves to a BabyMan.

Blogger tuberman October 24, 2016 11:51 PM  

Nobody gives a sh*t about the Bruce Missile fag, anymore than all the other anti-Trump ads. At the most less than 1% are now affected by such crap.

Yet Killery is capable of a Jim-Jones on her death bed and launching USA missiles to take the rest of the world with her.

Anonymous 5343 Kinds of Deplorable October 24, 2016 11:51 PM  

Matt? Markku? Are these bozos getting deleted or can we have some fun?

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 24, 2016 11:52 PM  

@ Unknown

Yes, 35% on outsourcers, can't even get a fucking Percocet on Obamacare. Wife and kids gone, house foreclosed, car repo'd(All directly quoted from Michael Moore)

Trump really is the biggest FUCK YOU!!!! To the evil bastards.

Anonymous Trent Johnson October 24, 2016 11:53 PM  

"The Clinton brain trust isn't the most inventive or original. Talk about room temp IQ's"

And they are beating the pants of the BabyMan.

Do you know why Trump is losing so badly? Because he's running his own campaign.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 24, 2016 11:54 PM  

(((Trent Johnson)))

Eat shit niglet.

Anonymous Dave October 24, 2016 11:54 PM  

Nigga Pleez

Anonymous Sharrukin October 24, 2016 11:55 PM  

60. Trent Johnson

"slaves to a BabyMan"

"a 3rd grade meme"

So psychological projection is real?

Anonymous Trent Johnson October 24, 2016 11:56 PM  

"At least Trump knows the value of money and about high level trade and projects."

And yet the BabyMan can't beat a girl...and old girl.

You know why? No one likes a whining BabyMan.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 24, 2016 11:57 PM  

Or should I say....(((Schwartza kopf)))?

Blogger OGRE October 24, 2016 11:57 PM  

I'd think that there would be other reasons why a Man sized Baby would be losing. Or is it a Baby sized Man? I'm so confused!! I suppose I'd better stay home on election day and not risk voting for a Man sized Baby. I'm OK with a Baby sized Man though...that would be pretty kickass!

Anonymous Trent Johnson October 24, 2016 11:58 PM  

"So psychological projection is real?"

Of course it is. Look at you. Cucked to a Babyman who whines like a child. No discipline. I bet 100 bucks he cries to his mommy in his concession speech.

Anonymous Trent Johnson October 25, 2016 12:00 AM  

"Eat shit niglet."

Ooooooooo.....you called me a naughty name. Did you learn that from the BabyMan. Are you gonna whine like a baby too?

You know why he's losing? Because there are too few boys like you cucked to a BabyMan.

Anonymous Trent Johnson October 25, 2016 12:03 AM  

" I'm OK with a Baby sized Man though...that would be pretty kickass!"

Have you always voted for the biggest whiner and least educated person on the ballot? Don't get me wrong. I'm not saying it's not a thought out strategy.

Anonymous Dave October 25, 2016 12:03 AM  

My nigger keeps talking about his babymama. She's justa ho, yo.

Anonymous Sensei October 25, 2016 12:03 AM  

Don't feed the troll with the quotes he's here to obtain..

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 12:06 AM  

This troll is an interesting species, using our term against us. It reminds me of Muhammad Saeed al-Sahhaf.

Anonymous Ironsides October 25, 2016 12:08 AM  

You can almost smell the rank, desperate flop sweat reeking off these trolls.

MAGA! On to Victory!

Blogger Remo - Vile Faceless Minion #99 October 25, 2016 12:08 AM  

And after all the votes are *cough* "counted" Hillary will win by a nudge. Oh they'll be talk of election rigging and such and releases of more emails. Ultimately though the powers that be are saying "Yes we rig elections. Yes Sanders should have beaten Hillary and later Trump should have beaten her - so what. What are you going to do about it? Now turn in your guns you filthy vile deplorables and don't forget to pay your Obamacare tax".

And America will put up with it as it has so many times before. Even the pretense of fair elections won't be necessary after this one - they can roll back the curtain to show the brick wall behind. I have every faith that Hillary(TM) will indeed create a wall along the Mexican border - with the machine guns and tank barrels facing North.

Anonymous Trent Johnson October 25, 2016 12:08 AM  

"This troll is an interesting species, using our term against us."

The funny thing about the AltRight is that they think they are someone's opponent. It's why we laugh.

Blogger OGRE October 25, 2016 12:08 AM  

No I never voted. I've been too busy trying to troll web forums while jerking off thinking about my own intellectual superiority.

Blogger Lana J October 25, 2016 12:10 AM  

Trent Johnson wrote:"So psychological projection is real?"

Of course it is. Look at you. Cucked to a Babyman who whines like a child. No discipline. I bet 100 bucks he cries to his mommy in his concession speech.


I'll take that bet. Much like our excellent host, he will either win or formulate a plan to burn it all to the ground. Can't hardly wait.

Anonymous Mr. Rational October 25, 2016 12:13 AM  

I have been telling my friends for 20 years that Hitlery was perhaps THE most divisive national figure in the USA (since eclipsed by 0bama... maybe).  The early-voting patterns look like my vindication.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 12:15 AM  

"The funny thing about the AltRight is that they think they are someone's opponent. It's why we laugh."

Order out of Chaos and all that? Top Kek! We've heard it all before (((buddy)))

Anonymous Laz October 25, 2016 12:16 AM  

@OGRE: " I'm OK with a Baby sized Man though...that would be pretty kickass!"

Oh yes, please! I have this picture in my head of a carrot top Verne Troyer...

Blogger praetorian October 25, 2016 12:24 AM  

The funny thing about the AltRight is that they think they are someone's opponent.

Six million harambes didn't die dicks out in a gas chamber for this, fam.

smdh

Anonymous FP October 25, 2016 12:24 AM  

"a girl...and old girl."

How sexist and age discriminatory of you Trent. For shame.

Blogger Unknown October 25, 2016 12:26 AM  

@dh

Power is as power does. The world is full of useless potential. If the Hildebeeste can rig the game it matters not if 90% vote freedom.

Blogger residentMoron October 25, 2016 12:27 AM  

"Bush, of course, was lying through his teeth, but we couldn't know that."

Well, you did; you just didn't want to. It's not like the evidence of centuries of corruption is hard to find.

We all want to believe the fantasies when we're young.

The problem in the West is an entire culture has been deliberately infantalised and now demands fantasy and screams in horror if anyone tries to tell us the truth.

Blogger Matthew October 25, 2016 12:27 AM  

DH wrote:Texas has browned. There is no hope for Trump voters there. No reason for them to vote at all any more. My crisscross tabs prove this.

I get your point, and it's funny, but do not post under other commenters' names, even when playing with case-sensitivity.

Blogger Matthew October 25, 2016 12:27 AM  

MPACI

Blogger peppermint88 October 25, 2016 12:29 AM  

@60, without the freedom to call a spade a spade, we also lack the freedom to talk about how affirmative action has destroyed the American economy by raising hiring costs, or integration has destroyed American schools, or the rapes and murders.

They who would give up essential freedom to gain a little civility deserve neither freedom nor civility.

Blogger Matthew October 25, 2016 12:30 AM  

Honest commenters won't make the moderators' jobs harder.

Blogger residentMoron October 25, 2016 12:30 AM  

@Mr Rational

Not even you can be wrong about everything!!

😎

My auto complete turns your name into Mr Rationalisations. Coincidence???

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 12:31 AM  

To the Trolls....

We just had Michael Moore, the Democrat's Democrat, who bleeds Blue (Bavarian creme) basically endorse Trump....

You're fucked.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 25, 2016 12:36 AM  

Overwhelmingly white with late model vehicles. Pretty even mix of men and women.

@55 Laz
That's good, then. Would indicate a Trumpslide.

Blogger Aeoli Pera October 25, 2016 12:42 AM  

It's too bad I'm heading to bed, I would have enjoyed sparring with this Trent character. He's a cut above the shills we've been getting lately. I wonder if it's a luck of the draw thing or they're paying VP an indirect compliment.

Blogger Aeoli Pera October 25, 2016 12:44 AM  

Stick around sonny, I'll make time. You might even learn something.

Blogger praetorian October 25, 2016 12:45 AM  

The Michael Moore recording is pretty fuckin' amazing:

"Trumps Election will be the biggest FUCK YOU in human history"

Come for the cognitive dissonance, stay for nervous audience laughter.

Anonymous Just another commenter October 25, 2016 12:51 AM  

But what we really need is not lines like that in TX, but in OH, FL, PA, and every other swing-ish state this side of... Oregon. Speaking of which, a friend of mine reports that Eugene (lefty central of frikkin' OREGON) has a shit-load of TRUMP signs. a trump win in OR... THAT would make a MANdate.

I have to admit, it's hard keeping a positive attitude sometimes. Currently unemployed. No hot job prospects that will pay the bills. The world going insane around me, too many people all but putting their fingers in their ears and shutting out any hint of Clinton Corruption while saying "but he said PUSSY!" and the media playing all-in accomplice. Massive conspiracy-level corruption revealed for certain in their own words. It's like grieving for a nation that is dying around me, a nation I served in uniform for, and now all I see is corruption, debt, apathy, foolish ignorance, and hate for the founding principles of the nation and her constitution, and contempt of the voter by the elites of both parties.

I feel almost as if I'm going through the stages of grief. Denial. Anger. Fear. Depression. And that's all before the morning cup of coffee and the latest wikileaks dump. Then anger again at how so much evidence of evil can be so casually brushed aside by the media.

But then there comes a point where I feel like I can accept whatever comes. If H wins, then we go full banana republic and I move sooner rather than later. If Trump wins, we might have some time. Either way, some clarity appears and the path forward can be walked with more confidence.

Pray, accept what comes, but work as hard as I can for what I need. And I don't care what anyone thinks of what I say. Damn the torpedoes, I have not yet begun to fight! Or something like that :-)

Blogger weka October 25, 2016 12:57 AM  

Trollzzz. This Kiwi is hungry. Can we take them?

Blogger Mr.MantraMan October 25, 2016 1:03 AM  

And don't forget the Obamacare rate hikes, ouch

Anonymous Ominous Cowherd October 25, 2016 1:06 AM  

DH (the upper case fake) wrote:Texas has browned. There is no hope for Trump voters there.

Brown voters don't, much. Don't hispanics have one of the lowest voter turnout rates of any ethnic group?

Anonymous Helton Strom October 25, 2016 1:08 AM  

@98 - Praetorian- Da'fuk? Michael Moore said that? Who'd a thunk? Hitting that nail hard! Stopped clock and all that, perhaps, but he managed to say with quiet eloquence what so much of the country is feeling. It will be epic if the largest middle finger since Brexit, or maybe even 1776, gets raised on high. Watching the media try to explain it would be worth the mental torture lo the last months.

Blogger lowercaseb October 25, 2016 1:14 AM  

Alack...the Michael Moore speech is just a warm up to a big "however" and then goes on to call Trump supporters L "legal terrorists"

However it's a stretch and he blew his wad with the opening. Unintentionally, he is giving Trump great support.

Blogger lowercaseb October 25, 2016 1:16 AM  

I know better than to stand in the way of a Kiwi that has had a taste of trollflesh...

Blogger S. Misanthrope October 25, 2016 1:16 AM  

One way or another, a lot of people will be saying on Nov 9th "But I don't know anyone who voted for him/her!"

Blogger lowercaseb October 25, 2016 1:21 AM  

I will be savoring the lefties cry of "Voter Fraud! Someone broke our rigged machines!"

Anonymous Yay Trump October 25, 2016 1:24 AM  

Ok, I have to ask, where in Eugene is this friend seeing the Trump signs?

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 1:26 AM  

@ lowercaseb

Indeed, the Left is trying to recapture that populist aspect it had pre-1980s to hedge their bets. Won't work, we know what a bunch of traitors they are.

Blogger Shimshon October 25, 2016 1:30 AM  

Meanwhile, in the Great State of Israel, Republican registration is up 60% over 2012.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/219309

"Republicans see this as a net success, since they estimate that the vast majority of US citizens living in Israel would prefer Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton."

Anonymous Sharrukin October 25, 2016 1:36 AM  

108. Yay Trump

"Ok, I have to ask, where in Eugene is this friend seeing the Trump signs?"

More than a few here.

http://egyptday1.blogspot.ca/2016/05/huuge-crowd-for-donald-trump-in-eugene.html

Over 4,000 according to sources. I wonder how many Hillary drew?

Anonymous RabidRatel October 25, 2016 1:41 AM  

OGRE wrote:I've been too busy trying to troll web forums while jerking off thinking about my own intellectual superiority.

Dunning-Kruger much?

Blogger Demonic Professor El October 25, 2016 1:43 AM  

Hello all! Different user name, but I'm the REAL Trent Johnson! Sorry, sorry for my contentious posts earlier! I was playing "Lady Town" with by significant life partner (a gender-fluid table lamp kin pseudo-woman) and after she had jammed two red markers up by manlove orifice, we realize that we had used Sharpies instead of the safer Staedtlers.

My big OOPSIES here guys! Take care!

(Clearly sarcastic here. I'm NOT Trent Johnson.)

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 1:44 AM  

@ Shimshon

That's nice "golf claps" why are they voting for a USA president if they are Israelis? Is this yet another version of the coy "we a religion, we a ethnicity; we white, we jews"?

Just keeping it all squishy and lukewarm until China right?

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 1:46 AM  

Always (((hedging the bets))) *rolls eyes*

Anonymous Just another commenter October 25, 2016 1:52 AM  

@108 - not sure exactly. I'll ask.

Blogger OGRE October 25, 2016 1:57 AM  

RabidRatel wrote:OGRE wrote:I've been too busy trying to troll web forums while jerking off thinking about my own intellectual superiority.

Dunning-Kruger much?


No, I'm not a journalist.

Anonymous a deplorable rubberducky October 25, 2016 1:58 AM  

Gateway Pundit has a piece up where Tim Kaine in Palm Beach, FL today attracted about 30 people. The photo is ridiculous. Looks like the Hillary/Kaine Campaign shelled out $50k or so for this event. Meanwhile Trump drew a crowd of 20k in Tampa, and Pence in NC ran out of room for people.

The enthusiasm just doesn't seem to be there for Hillary. It's shockingly absent, and such a contrast to Trump.

Trump is pushing a positive, pro-American agenda. Hillary is running for president because that's what a Hillary Clinton does. One is inspirational, the other is not.

Obama had people fainting in 2008, they were carting them out in stretchers. "We are the ones that we've been waiting for!" "Yes, we can!", etc. What does Hillary represent? Axelrod, ironically, came up with the best campaign slogan for her: "Hillary. Get used to it!" That's not inspiring.

Hillary would mean the continued assault of leftism against our cultural norms. She will continue the project of turning America into what it is not and has never been.

With a ton of corruption and foreign policy fiascoes along the way. There is no reason to vote for this woman, and every reason to oppose her.

Anonymous Ironsides October 25, 2016 2:07 AM  

Takin' a Look wrote:@ Shimshon

That's nice "golf claps" why are they voting for a USA president if they are Israelis? Is this yet another version of the coy "we a religion, we a ethnicity; we white, we jews"?

Just keeping it all squishy and lukewarm until China right?


American citizens abroad still have the right to vote.

Blogger S. Thermite October 25, 2016 2:11 AM  

@Matthew

"MPACI"

I noticed the anomaly. Maybe because I knew a feminist who wrote in all lowercase...Cap are tools of teh Patriarchy, doncha know ;)

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 2:13 AM  

@ Ironsides

True, because they pay taxes. That will need to be corrected.

Anonymous Galactic Starfleets of Deplorable Spartacus October 25, 2016 2:23 AM  

5343 Kinds of Deplorable wrote:Matt? Markku? Are these bozos getting deleted or can we have some fun?

No, please don't delete. It's fascinating to watch the degenerates lose their edge.

Blogger weka October 25, 2016 2:26 AM  

Journalist meat rotting while alive. The only thing you can do is make the dark lord another drinking cup (demitasse, given size of brain). Want trolls. They fry up crispy and ketchup on side makes tasty meal

Blogger Snidely Whiplash October 25, 2016 2:32 AM  

Trent Johnson wrote:You know why? No one likes a whining BabyMan.

Just think Trent, after Hillary is elected, you'll have proven your worth. And then a woman will see that you deserve to almost touch her.

Almost.

Blogger Ron October 25, 2016 2:34 AM  

Good. If this is the attitude of the population, then even if the election is fixed, they wont take it lying down.

Anonymous Galactic Starfleets of Deplorable Spartacus October 25, 2016 2:43 AM  

Ron wrote:Good. If this is the attitude of the population, then even if the election is fixed, they wont take it lying down

Um hmm. How rapidly the mood has shifted the past year, like something straight out of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds. What used to lurk in Hillary's "dark corners of the internet" is now found all over what remains of the mainstream's comments sections. The PC bubble has popped.

Anonymous Galactic Starfleets of Deplorable Spartacus October 25, 2016 2:51 AM  

a deplorable rubberducky wrote:Hillary would mean the continued assault of leftism against our cultural norms. She will continue the project of turning America into what it is not and has never been.

Not necessarily. In a different sim, Hillary = lots of blood in the streets now; Trump = less blood in the streets, later, and with a softer landing for RE values. Your weighting factors may vary.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 2:51 AM  

"Um hmm. How rapidly the mood has shifted the past year, like something straight out of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds. What used to lurk in Hillary's "dark corners of the internet" is now found all over what remains of the mainstream's comments sections. The PC bubble has popped"

Praise Kek and weev! (Credits to VD and Andrew Anglin of course; plus Milo, Paul Kersey, Roissey, Roosh and well, thousands of others)

Anonymous Eric the Red October 25, 2016 2:57 AM  

Trent Johnson...

Is that really the best you can do?

"BabyMan" ???

Why not try "poopyhead", it's about as effective.

If you weren't sure before, your posts here prove that your intellect is really substandard...
it's almost enough to scare the standard housefly.

So now you are abysmally stupid in addition to your ugly face and body.. and don't forget your socialization problems and personality disorders. All those antidepressants you've been taking for so long have now permanent depressed your IQ. Did you really graduate from Leftist Propaganda University, or instead did you barely survive a pass/fail curve?

When you get some time in your Mom's basement, please report back to your Soros handler and tell her that everyone at this blog was laughing at your utter stupidity, and then quickly forgot about you.

BTW,
you are a nigger
you are a nigger
you are a nigger
you are a nigger
...

It really didn't do much for me, but please let me know if the penalty for thought-crime has a State death penalty. If so, the State goons will be facing some rifle barrels.

Blogger Markku October 25, 2016 2:58 AM  

From what messages I see here now, I see no reason to delete anything.

Anonymous Galactic Starfleets of Deplorable Spartacus October 25, 2016 3:07 AM  

Markku wrote:From what messages I see here now, I see no reason to delete anything.

eeexcellent

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 3:11 AM  

@ Eric the Red

Reverse-Troll all your bases belong to us 9,000!

The fuckers know they've lost. Drink the tears.

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 3:29 AM  

For fun, I searched for "romney enthusiasm 2012," and got this:

Enthusiasm Gap Means Mitt Romney Could Blow Out President Obama

Enthusiasm, as yet, isn't recognized by the Electoral College.

(Also not recognized by the Electoral College: rally attendance, comment aggregators, and Amazon rankings.)

The only news out of Texan early voting that would be interesting is anything short of fanatical enthusiasm for Trump. Nobody looked for Texan early voting to be a sea of cholos in lowered Impalas with comedy "La Cucaracha" horns. (Well, maybe VD, because he used to be Hispanic.)

dh's analysis seems to be solid. The process could be wrong, sure, but process people adapt. Marketers, on the other hand, ride the prevailing wave. You can tell the marketers from the process people because the marketers have something to sell.

Anonymous Sharrukin October 25, 2016 3:35 AM  

Funny, that's not what I found...

Most GOP Voters Saying "Anybody But Romney"

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2011/09/30/most_gop_voters_want_anybody_but_romney_111534.html

Mitt Romney and the enthusiasm gap

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/mitt-romney-and-the-enthusiasm-gap/2012/02/08/gIQAvoRLzQ_story.html

Blogger bosscauser October 25, 2016 3:43 AM  

You nailed it. He was a government wonk. Bush won though because we trusted Reagan....
Even Reagan blew it now n then!

Let's go #Trump and hurry!

Anonymous Torgo October 25, 2016 3:45 AM  

Texas has browned. There is no hope for Trump voters there. No reason for them to vote at all any more. My crisscross tabs prove this.

There is no way out of here.

It will be dark soon...

There is no way out of here.

Blogger bosscauser October 25, 2016 3:47 AM  

Dukakis is the only Washington outsider to ever lose the presidency. But, he ran against Reagan's choice!!!
Plus, he was an idiot!

Let's go #Trump and hurry!

Blogger Shimshon October 25, 2016 3:49 AM  

That's right fellow white people, (((American citizens living in Israel))) can vote. I'm working on a plan to bus some (((fellow whites))) to New York and Florida to vote illegally.

Blogger bosscauser October 25, 2016 3:51 AM  

Nice try. Did they pay you to be a silly troll...
Go back under your rock!

Let's go #Trump and hurry!

Blogger Markku October 25, 2016 3:52 AM  

Jews: Schrödinger's White

Blogger bosscauser October 25, 2016 3:54 AM  

Thats the reason I went independent....
Lying scum pretending to be Republicans...

Let's go #Trump and hurry!

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 3:56 AM  

Remember when "joooooos" was banned?

Sharrukin wrote:Funny, that's not what I found...

Most GOP Voters Saying "Anybody But Romney"

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2011/09/30/most_gop_voters_want_anybody_but_romney_111534.html

Mitt Romney and the enthusiasm gap

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/mitt-romney-and-the-enthusiasm-gap/2012/02/08/gIQAvoRLzQ_story.html



I searched, I posted what I found.

Blogger bob kek mando ( Grab 'Em By The Pussy And Their Hearts And Minds Will Follow ) October 25, 2016 3:57 AM  

8. Alexandros October 24, 2016 9:33 PM
One thing that bothers me is that people who were around in the prior century said that Dukakis had similar support but terrible results; does anybody know about that?


those people saying that? now you know they're lying sacks of shit.

Reagan was a popular president who's policies had rolled back Carter's economic stupidity.

Reagan had gotten our hostages back from Iran.

Reagan had stood up to the Air Traffic Controller union AND survived an assassination attempt.

Bush Sr was the continuation of Reagan.

Dukakis had tank helmet and wasn't even competent enough to know that the chin strap goes ... UNDER ... the chin:
http://ourshittypresidents.tumblr.com/post/49867439965/great-presidential-losers-mike-dukakis


hey errybody, i'm wicked retahded!

Blogger bosscauser October 25, 2016 3:57 AM  

Dukakis is the only Washington outsider to ever lose the presidency. But, he ran against Reagan's choice!!!
Plus, he was an idiot!

Let's go #Trump and hurry!

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 4:00 AM  

Markku wrote:Jews: Schrödinger's White

Noted for future mouse-related griefs.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 4:00 AM  

@ Shimshon

Keep talking, you aren't that (((funny))) anymore.

@rho

No one cares

@Torgo

Maybe...maybe not. The status quo remains unshakable...until it doesn't.

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 4:02 AM  

Takin' a Look wrote:@ Shimshon

Keep talking, you aren't that (((funny))) anymore.

@rho

No one cares

@Torgo

Maybe...maybe not. The status quo remains unshakable...until it doesn't.


You care, you really do.

Blogger bob kek mando ( Grab 'Em By The Pussy And Their Hearts And Minds Will Follow ) October 25, 2016 4:05 AM  

60. Trent Johnson October 24, 2016 11:49 PM
Beale, Cernovich and the rest of the AltRight are slaves to a BabyMan.



you and Ted Cruz.

both of you are WAY too concerned with Social Dominance games and who is the whipped puppy and who is the big dog doing the pissing on.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 4:08 AM  

@ rho

Nope, like me, too many are figuring out what folks like you are...fertilizer.

Anonymous Sharrukin October 25, 2016 4:10 AM  

142. rho October 25, 2016 3:56 AM

"I searched, I posted what I found."

Fair enough, but I remember 2012 and the merry-go-round of candidates who surged in popularity and then collapsed again. Cain, Santorum, Perry, Gingrich, etc. The base was desperate for something other than the typical trash being served by the GOP.

2012 is when the SMOD (Sweet Meteor Of Death) became popular. Cthulhu-Dagon was my favorite in 2012.

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 4:11 AM  

Takin' a Look wrote:@ rho

Nope, like me, too many are figuring out what folks like you are...fertilizer.



Fertilizer?

You mean compost?

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 4:14 AM  

Sharrukin wrote:142. rho October 25, 2016 3:56 AM

"I searched, I posted what I found."

Fair enough, but I remember 2012 and the merry-go-round of candidates who surged in popularity and then collapsed again. Cain, Santorum, Perry, Gingrich, etc. The base was desperate for something other than the typical trash being served by the GOP.

2012 is when the SMOD (Sweet Meteor Of Death) became popular. Cthulhu-Dagon was my favorite in 2012.



Yes, 2012 is the delineation where astronomical events weighed in on the voting patterns of the citizens destined for fiery death.

Stop being retarded.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 4:21 AM  

@rho

Yes, you're compost.

"Yes, 2012 is the delineation where astronomical events weighed in on the voting patterns of the citizens destined for fiery death."

No, 2016 is leading into 2017. When you have Shitlibs trying to disavow the last 40 years of abandoning their populist position for Oligarchs, bullshit SJWism and just spewing poz bullshit all over the White West...

Yes... it's reaching a crescendo.

Anonymous Sharrukin October 25, 2016 4:22 AM  

152. rho October 25, 2016 4:14 AM

"Yes, 2012 is the delineation where astronomical events weighed in on the voting patterns of the citizens destined for fiery death.

Stop being retarded."

Jesus you are obtuse.

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Sweet%20Meteor%20Of%20Death

Sweet Meteor Of Death

Also known as SMOD, is a meme in the conservative blogosphere. Faced with frustration that no conservative candidate for president in the 2012 US presidential primary season seems to be getting enough votes to prevent perceived moderate Mitt Romney from winning the Republican nomination, conservative bloggers alexthechick, slublog and laurww created the SMOD meme and endorsed SMOD over Mitt Romney in the presidential primary. "Sweet Meteor Of Death" is a giant meteor hurtling through space, headed for the planet Earth, and is expected to wipe out all life on Earth.

The POINT is that Romney was in no way enthusiastically embraced by the voters on either side of the political arena.

Most of the conservative voting base despised Romney.

Trying to now claim that Romney had the enthusiasm on his side is complete nonsense.

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 4:26 AM  

Sharrukin wrote:142. rho October 25, 2016 3:56 AM

"I searched, I posted what I found."

Fair enough, but I remember 2012 and the merry-go-round of candidates who surged in popularity and then collapsed again. Cain, Santorum, Perry, Gingrich, etc. The base was desperate for something other than the typical trash being served by the GOP.

2012 is when the SMOD (Sweet Meteor Of Death) became popular. Cthulhu-Dagon was my favorite in 2012.



You are posting on a blog of an Indian/Hispanic living in Italy for the last 2+ decades.

Tell me more about how I'm wrong.

Use stern language.

Anonymous Sharrukin October 25, 2016 4:31 AM  

155. rho

I don't think you have even reached the level of being wrong as yet. Nonsensical... yes.

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 4:31 AM  

I'll help: by their defininions, Molyneux, not American; VD; not American; Milo not American.

Anonymous Bobby Farr October 25, 2016 4:33 AM  

Nothing to do but ride the Trump enthusiasm wave, enjoy it while it lasts, hope for the best, prepare for the worst.

But the polls seem completely unreliable. Just the range alone ensures someone is spectacularly wrong. And they seem to have no pattern. Trump is performing well in Ohio, yet polling at Romney levels in the rest of the rust belt where his economic nationalism should resonate best. Then he is outperforming in MN and IA, which should be ground zero for self loathing white cucks. Then at times he has outperformed in NJ and RI, which are the sort of ethnic whites who are only supposedly supporting him at Romney levels in the rust belt. And he is supposedly far behind in VA while the South is generally his area of greatest support (I didn't think VA's demographic gutting exceeded NC or FL, where polls show Trump still in contention). Too many inconsistencies.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 4:45 AM  

@ Bobby Farr

Ignore them

To the rest, pray for Jim Stone

he is surrounded

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 4:52 AM  

Takin' a Look wrote:@ Bobby Farr

Ignore them

To the rest, pray for Jim Stone

he is surrounded


Go fuck yourself.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 4:59 AM  

Ooo-ooo touched a (((nerve))) did I?

We all here already figured Assange was dead and it was McFayden continuing to release the emails.

We know what you (((are)))

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 5:03 AM  

Takin' a Look wrote:Ooo-ooo touched a (((nerve))) did I?

We all here already figured Assange was dead and it was McFayden continuing to release the emails.

We know what you (((are)))


JOOOSSSSSSSS.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 5:05 AM  

And their enablers, very much a Billary Clinton relationship there.

Blogger rho October 25, 2016 5:05 AM  

Takin' a Look wrote:And their enablers, very much a Billary Clinton relationship there.



Joooossssssssss (((())))).

Anonymous Mogadishu on the Mississippi October 25, 2016 5:06 AM  

@ Alice De Goon

Hey there neighbor, another Minnesotan here...

My wife and I voted last week via mail for Trump, even though this state - without a miracle - will more than likely go blue YET AGAIN. But hey, miracles DO happen...

It's embarrassing being a native Minnesotan living amongst so many brain dead liberals/progressives/cucks. At least my part of the state (extreme southern area MN, very rural) is quite tolerable to live in unlike the Twin Cities area. I got out of there many, many years ago and never looked back.

Anonymous Takin' a Look October 25, 2016 5:11 AM  

You're trying too hard. Tamir Pardo(or whoever is the current (See Eye Ay/By deception, thou shalt war) head ought to dock you. You're getting obvious.

Blogger Stephen October 25, 2016 5:19 AM  

Whenever Hillary speaks you can feel the testosterone in the room drop, Democrat motivation and turnout especially among democrat males is going to be dismal for them.

Blogger Lovekraft October 25, 2016 5:57 AM  

I've been thinking how legacy media puts out story after story of some deranged, moronic leftist pulling a stunt. Kapernick, Miley Cyrus bends over for votes, Katy Perry stripping etc.

These are taunts, distractions, attention-whoring. Should be ignored altogether.

The next level are the LGBT/BLM protests. More taunts. Should be monitored and trolled but allowed to happen in order to let the fence-sitters see the true hypocrites/aggression.

The next level is policy/laws etc. These demand our engagement.

Higher up are the 'philosophical' issues which help refine our ideology/movement.

Anonymous old man in a villa October 25, 2016 6:11 AM  

Drove thirty miles to the west to pick up some supplies, counted yard signs for fun.

71 Trump, 8 Clinton and they are giving her a fifteen point lead in the state.

Anonymous George of the Jungle October 25, 2016 6:13 AM  

You've all convinced me... Dukakis has my vote this time around...

Go! Mickie boy, Go! (hurr durr errrr).

Blogger Rusty Fife October 25, 2016 6:19 AM  

Trent Johnson wrote:The problem with the Alt Right and Kiddies like Cernovich and Beale is that their form of freedom means the opportunity to call someone a nigger and not be judged

SJW rule 3. But I also think this trolling might be a way to get their jollies by writing taboos.

OpenID basementhomebrewer October 25, 2016 7:03 AM  

To the topic at hand. I thought the same thing in 2012 in Cincinnati. I showed up to the polls and the lines were out the day, unlike they ever had been before. People in line were vocally talking about getting rid of Obama. Local radio had people calling in from all over the area saying the same thing was happening at their polling stations. When the votes were counted Obama easily won Hamilton County.

I suspect fraud is probably what did it, but that would suggest that the vote was close enough for fraud to make the difference.

My point is not to demoralize. My point is that everyone still needs to go and vote. Don't let reports like this make you think you don't have to.

Anonymous Steve October 25, 2016 7:17 AM  

So, when are you going to run for President-slash-Dictator

Please.

The Supreme Dark Lord does not ask the slack-jawed, mouth-breathing, ninnywit public for power.

He takes power.

His Malevolence shall be borne to the Throne of Bones on a palanquin of gold and tungsten - decorated with opals, jade, chalcedony, ivory, lapis lazuli, blood diamonds and gilded skulls with rubies the size of goose eggs set in their eye sockets.

Beneath the splendiferous malice of that sinister sedan labour the Vile Faceless Minions, blinded so they may not sully the Dark Lord's countenance with their wretched gaze and goaded by the electrified claws of Malwyn's cat o' nine tails.

Fear, abominations, and bearded stars herald the approach of our new ruler - whose breath is the life of his subjects - and shadow and flame follow in his wake.

Blogger Cataline Sergius October 25, 2016 7:30 AM  

I've been saying this for a while.

The hardest thing for a pollster to measure is enthusiasm.

And aside for some Menopause Maiden Women's Libbers, none of the Democrats like or want her. They know just how corrupt and sick that she is.

In town I have seen very few pro-Hillary signs in places where there was a forest of Obama O's four years ago.

I haven't seen many Trump signs in town either but once you get to the rural areas there is nothing Trump banners.

The Democrats are exceptional vote sniffers and they know this election is entirely about voter enthusiasm.

Blogger Phelps October 25, 2016 8:16 AM  

As a Texan:

Remember Goliad.

Remember Gonzalez.

Remember the Alamo.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 25, 2016 8:35 AM  

I haven't seen many Trump signs in town either but once you get to the rural areas there is nothing Trump banners.

@174 Cataline
By the reckoning of one Trump volunteer that a poster over at Chateau Heartiste talked to, only about 10% of Trump supporters dare to get Trump signs.

Enthusiasm for Trump is very high, but awareness that there are a lot of crazy shitlibs out there who hate him is also very high.

Anonymous krymneth October 25, 2016 8:43 AM  

Galactic Starfleets of Deplorable Spartacus wrote:In a different sim, Hillary = lots of blood in the streets now; Trump = less blood in the streets, later, and with a softer landing for RE values.

I'm actually faintly concerned that should Hillary be declared the winner, a lot of the US may never wake up to discover that fact as Putin decides that there isn't much downside to just pre-emptively nuking the US as soon as it is clear Hillary will be President.

I'm not saying that's my dominant prediction, just that the game theory comes out favoring that as a possibility rather more than I'd like.

In fact, if I were Putin, I'd be considering nuking the US but not nuking Washington DC, on the ground that if Obama is still alive it might very well net degrade the ability of the US to respond more than if he was clearly dead. I'd probably decide not to go with that plan, but I'd be thinking about it. (Timing it for when he's on a non-DC golf course would also be a thought.)

Blogger Johnny October 25, 2016 8:53 AM  

Russia has an announced policy that they are willing to be the first to use nuclear weapons if the situation is the defense of Russia. I anticipate that initially this would tactical nukes used to change battlefield outcomes because it would be crazy to start a general nuclear exchange. The problem that would create for the US is that we would either have to back down or escalate. By my lights the person I would least want to make that decision is Hillary.

Blogger Rez Zircon October 25, 2016 9:01 AM  

@32 Minnesota Scandinavians are not r at all, they are thoroughly K; they had to be to survive in their harsh home environment.

The problem with Minnesota is that some years back ACORN was looking for a vulnerable state to use as a testbed, and because Minnesotans were not strongly one-party and had a growing metro that was socially disconnected from the rest of the state, it got picked. That's when MN politics started to swing toward all the wrong things, and now you've got the metastasizing Somali colony and a Democrat stronghold squatting over the state.

Came across this info while looking up Obama's connections to the "New Party", which was basically the same bunch of invading parasites under another name.

Sometimes the native Minnesotans attempt to rise up in protest, and then you get Jesse Ventura, but for the most part the old-style Lutheran mindset is just too polite, and lets itself be bullied rather than throw the bastards out.

Blogger Rez Zircon October 25, 2016 9:06 AM  

BTW folks, if you vote absentee/by mail, you might want to consider instead hand-delivering your vote on Election Day... shunting absentee ballots off to Never-Never Land has been a common Democrat tactic.

Blogger Markku October 25, 2016 9:13 AM  

because it would be crazy to start a general nuclear exchange.

Not necessarily. Fusion bombs are much, much cleaner than uranium bombs (especially if they are designed with that in mind, which sacrifices 50% of their yield but makes their fallout be VERY small). They could pretend to have a nuclear drill, get as many people as they can in shelters, and then launch about 80%-90% of their total nuclear arsenal to USA at once, wiping essentially the entire continent out. You'd want to keep a few nukes in your back pocket in case any smaller powers see their opportunity.

It just might be possible to pull it off with fusion bombs without causing nuclear fallout that wipes out all life on earth.

If you are going to use nukes, you have to go all the way in a single moment.

OpenID basementhomebrewer October 25, 2016 9:20 AM  

Markku wrote:because it would be crazy to start a general nuclear exchange.

Not necessarily. Fusion bombs are much, much cleaner than uranium bombs (especially if they are designed with that in mind, which sacrifices 50% of their yield but makes their fallout be VERY small). They could pretend to have a nuclear drill, get as many people as they can in shelters, and then launch about 80%-90% of their total nuclear arsenal to USA at once, wiping essentially the entire continent out. You'd want to keep a few nukes in your back pocket in case any smaller powers see their opportunity.

It just might be possible to pull it off with fusion bombs without causing nuclear fallout that wipes out all life on earth.

If you are going to use nukes, you have to go all the way in a single moment.


That works great assuming the US doesn't see the missiles coming and launch uranium nukes right back at Russia. I wouldn't make that bet if I were in the hot seat.

Anonymous rienzi October 25, 2016 9:23 AM  

Enthusiasm. My son, in his 30's, has never voted. Has considered it a pointless waste of his time. He lives in Spain, and even though it was a hassle, this year he got an absentee ballot. Voted for Trump.

Anonymous Undocumented Civilizationalist October 25, 2016 9:30 AM  

The Dems are destroying the Repubs in early voting in North Carolina, which is a must win state for Trump. That is discouraging. Hoping we can pull a miracle in in PA to offset it. Colorado is still the state I am most worried about and Trump would almost certainly need.

Blogger Deplorable Gaiseric October 25, 2016 9:53 AM  

I'd almost rather have Porky back or Tiny Tim sometimes, when rho gets going. Ugh.

Here's an interesting on topic story: http://www.breitbart.com/2016-presidential-race/2016/10/25/never-before-voted-79-year-old-would-have-made-his-first-vote-for-donald-trump/

Anonymous Skidster October 25, 2016 9:56 AM  

Markku@181

I think you may be confusing "neutron" bombs with fusion/hydrogen bombs.

Anonymous SMLE303 October 25, 2016 9:56 AM  

Enthusiasm. SF Bay area, three blocks from a Marxist Indoctrination center. There are homes having "Another Mama for Obama" signs left over from 2004. Except for the local D Party central committee types there are very few Hillary yard signs. Not saying the area will go for Trump, however the lack of enthusiasm outside the Boomer crone demo is eery.

Blogger Dwight House October 25, 2016 10:01 AM  

Here in Austin, I tried to vote early too. At least one hundred in line. Was unable to vote. Will try again tomorrow.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey October 25, 2016 10:12 AM  

"...if Bush I had fought those tax increases, we might not have ever had to put up with the Clintons"

There was the minor factor that the entire media turned against Bush Sr. shortly after he threatened to hold up $10 billion in loan guarantees to Israel over the issue of the settlements in the occupied territories. A coincidence, I'm sure.

Anonymous Pol Mordreth October 25, 2016 10:13 AM  

Tennessee here. Small town city hall is the early voting location. At least 50 in line, the ladies working the desk were reporting approximately 1500 voters a day, about 3x the 2012 early voting traffic. Now, Tennessee should be reliably trump country, so it probably doesn't matter, but hopefully the enthusasm spreads to the other states.

Blogger Francis Parker Yockey October 25, 2016 10:17 AM  

"...if Bush I had fought those tax increases, we might not have ever had to put up with the Clintons"

There was the minor factor that the entire media turned against Bush Sr. shortly after he threatened to hold up $10 billion in loan guarantees to Israel over the issue of the settlements in the occupied territories. A coincidence, I'm sure.

Anonymous Just another commenter October 25, 2016 10:38 AM  

Of course, ZeroHedge is also reporting some early voting irregularities. How much difference does lines of voters make if the machines will randomly switch every other R vote cast to a D? Funny how they only seem to turn R votes D, though, ain't it?

The people programming the machines need to be held accountable, lethally and publicly so, if intentional mis-tabulation can be shown. That is the only way to start restoring trust.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 25, 2016 10:42 AM  

The Dems are destroying the Repubs in early voting in North Carolina, which is a must win state for Trump.

@184 Undocumented Civilizationist
First day of early voting in Florida has 133,041 Democrats and 109,034 Republicans, plus 42,724 unaffiliateds.

But for Florida mail-in votes, Republicans are ahead of Democrats 556,058 to 525,076, and the gap in favor of Republicans has been increasing at least for the past week.

We all know that the Dems and the Clinton machine have organized GOTV efforts, but that suggests they're more likely to blow their wad early. We should expect them to be ahead on the first day, and probably the first week as well. The Republicans have to vote on their own initiative, and they sort of dribble in the whole time until Election Day.

But if the mail-in votes are any indication, the Republicans may pull ahead later in the coming days or weeks.

Blogger VFM #7634 October 25, 2016 10:49 AM  

Reports from Ohio and elsewhere also indicate that black turnout will be down this year from 2012, and possibly 2008 as well.

Blogger Noah B October 25, 2016 11:07 AM  

@186 I don't think so. It sounded like Markku was talking about nuclear fusion explosives with fission triggers that are as small as possible. Very different from neutron bombs.

Blogger Shimshon October 25, 2016 11:17 AM  

Scott Adams reveals his own October Surprise and re-endorses (or is that re-re-endorses?) Trump. I like his style. Maybe he could design the next $20 note? Bill the Cat in blackface as Harriet Tubman. Oh, wrong guy. Dogbert as Hamilton. That would be good.

Blogger JaimeInTexas October 25, 2016 12:08 PM  

The reports were that Houston / Harris County, the rate was 6000 votes/hour.

Anonymous Undocumented Civilizationalist October 25, 2016 12:24 PM  

Yeah, I don't trust the machines. The hubby and I are early voting for Trump in Ohio this Friday. We can choose between a machine or an optically scanned paper ballot. We are both going to ask for paper ballots.

Blogger Ingot9455 October 25, 2016 1:00 PM  

@167 That's why Hillary isn't doing her own campaigning any more. They know her numbers go down whenever she's on camera.

They're doing their best to hide her to get her numbers up to 'generic democrat.'

Blogger Snidely Whiplash October 25, 2016 1:38 PM  

Steve wrote:His Malevolence shall be borne to the Throne of Bones on a palanquin of gold and tungsten - decorated with opals, jade, chalcedony, ivory, lapis lazuli, blood diamonds and gilded skulls with rubies the size of goose eggs set in their eye sockets.

Goddamn tungsten. The gold is bad enough, but that's just for show. Why the hell tungsten? Just for the additional weight?

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