Picture Worth a Thousand Words of Election Analysis

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I am truly surprised by this:   The Arizona Democratic Party is planning to hold a vote this week to determine whether

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Joseph of Cupertino

  I like not scruples nor melancholy: let your intention be right and fear not. Saint Joseph of Cupertino     There


  1. Stuck on stupid, now the fascists are calling us racists and idiots.
    Iowahawk: “Colleges [and blue big cities] are breeding grounds of totalitarianism in a wilderness [red states] of liberty. “an oasis of totalitarianism in a desert of freedom,”
    The left’s universal impulse is to bully the right.
    Colleges and the lying media are cesspools of dishonesty, intolerance and totalitarianism. Red states, i.e., real America voted against the evil.

  2. And after this election, they are doubling down. The Left was always good about hiding its true beliefs/intentions. No longer. Thank you.

  3. Jonah Goldburg’s “Liberal Fascism” is definitive. The mask is ripped from the face of the Left. Thank God from whom all blessings flow.

  4. It is high time Liberals thought about the future–their future, our future. Because right now they have no future. What they have is mirage. The very groups that make up their coalition are–in their many weird ways of posturing–grotesque to most working Americans. Just look at the recent rioting for example. The rioters didn’t even vote, and they didn’t even care. They had to be paid by George Soros.

    The liberal cult is childishly immature (college campuses), thuggish (Black Lives Matter), sexually unrestrained (LBGT), celebrating the abnormal (feminism), opposed to free speech (Political Correctness), etc.

    What happened November 8th was no accident. It is fairly simple. Normal folks took their country back.

  5. By no means am I using this observation as a measuring stick, however it was interesting at my polling station. I counted 14 men and four women at the time I was in line.

    Has anyone read any stats on male turn out vs. female turn out?

    Just wondering.

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