The Dem platform on one sign.

I saw this on Fakebook.

Two other things.

Look at the other signs.

First,  “Religious Freedom is Christian Terrorism”.

Freedom = Terrorism.   These people are crazy stupid.

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  1. dinsdale says:

    Good for her. Admitting that she has a problem is the first step towards her recovery.

  2. Iconophilios says:

    That is a hilarious sign.
    The chap who tweeted this is an interesting character. He is still an atheist, but has in recent times grown more in appreciation of what the Church has done to benefit the West and the whole world. In fact, he seems to like St. Thomas Aquinas as a philosopher.
    I need to remember to pray for more conversions from atheism through St. Thomas.

  3. Semper Gumby says:

    Well, that sign is a brilliant and persuasive argument, perhaps she works for the New York Times or Washington Post. This tactic was attempted against Pres. George W. Bush.

    Most “Democrats” are incorrigible, though some grow in wisdom as they grow in years and muster the courage to make their way out of the fever swamp of the Left.

    One wonders what this woman’s opinion is of eugenics. Or of FDR and the fate of the Jewish refugees on the MS St. Louis in 1939.

  4. abdiesus says:

    Was it Bill Engvall who had the routine “Stupid people, here’s your sign:”?

    I always love it when people self-identify – saves so much time!

  5. These are the same people who, while clamoring for the “right” to sex-change surgery at state expense and the “right” to abort babies, have denounced as wicked and selfish everyone else for asserting our authentic rights to peaceably assemble, exercise our religion, earn a living, and petition our government for the redress of grievances.

  6. HyacinthClare says:

    When people tell you who they are, believe them.

  7. Semper Gumby says:

    “Freedom = Terrorism. These people are crazy stupid.”


    Rep. Steve Scalise (R-LA) today:

    “Nancy Pelosi just called Republicans “domestic enemies.” I was shot because of this kind of unhinged rhetoric.”

  8. JustaSinner says:

    She advertises her moronicness, so at least she’s honest! Can’t we give her points for that? A participation ribbon? Hugs and kisses? Maybe milk toast and some singing of Kumbiya?

  9. Pearl says:

    I haven’t researched it, but that looks photoshopped to me.

    You have to be careful with Sargon. He’s a tricky one!

  10. Semper Gumby says:

    abdiesus and HyacinthClare: Good point.

  11. rtjl says:

    Yeah, sometimes people aren’t as clever as they think they are.

  12. Johann says:

    If they are this deranged now, just wait how these clowns will behave after the Election in November when Trump is reelected.

  13. Stacy says:

    You’ve got to remember that these are just simple democrats. These are people of the left. The common voter of the new liberalism. You know…morons.

  14. Kerry says:

    I’m with Pearl on this, photoshopped for sure.
    There are no misspellings. Heh.

  15. hwriggles4 says:

    I had the idea this morning to sketch an editorial cartoon showing Lloyd Bentsen, Bob Casey Senior (former PA governor), Tip O’Neill (who worked with Reagan), and Zell Miller looking down at the USA and saying “what happened?”

    If any of these four men were alive today, neither would recognize today’s Democratic party.

  16. Semper Gumby says:

    hwriggles4: Good point. Zell Miller ended up supporting Pres. George W. Bush and spoke at the GOP convention. Bob Casey was pro-Life.

    In two sentences: The “Democrat” Party thrives on permanent revolution, class and racial hatred, and support from fake media and Hollywood. They exploit children via indoctrination and sexualization.

    Thus, here we are in 2020, where two adult females bully a 7-year old boy over his ballcap supporting the current President, and a young mother is killed for saying “All Lives Matter.”

  17. wmeyer says:

    Good confession.

  18. Semper Gumby says:

    hwriggles4: Of course, the GOP has their own difficulties at conventions sometimes. For example, Rep. Matt Gaetz last night, in his remarks, wheeled out tired slogans:

    “…war without winning, without end” and “…not in distant deserts but for our fellow Americans.”

    Many veterans and non-veterans were not amused by this hogwash, quite offended in fact.

    Gaetz is reminded that Coalition action against the belligerent Saddam Hussein regime in 1990 and after was not launched by Pres. HW Bush, Clinton, and W Bush on a whim. Gaetz should also recall the alQaeda declaration of war in 1996, and the events of 11 Sep. 2001. Recently, Pres. Trump vetoed a War Powers Resolution Act on Iran- a decision Gaetz should reflect upon.

    Smarmy sloganeering by Gaetz was not the way to go at the Convention’s opening.

  19. Semper Gumby says:

    So, Sen. Rand Paul complained about “endless war” on the second evening of the GOP Convention, and implied that Pres. HW Bush, Clinton and W Bush “start war.”

    Another Republican Congressman has apparently forgotten, or is ignorant of, or for political gain simply doesn’t care about the actions of the Saddam Hussein regime in 1990 and after, and the alQaeda attacks on the U.S. on 11 Sep. 2001.

    Well, here is a fact for Paul’s edification:

    “But in a 2002 interview with Howard Stern, Donald Trump said he supported an Iraq invasion.

    “In the interview, which took place on Sept. 11, 2002, Stern asked Trump directly if he was for invading Iraq.

    “”Yeah, I guess so,” Trump responded. “I wish the first time it was done correctly.””

    (That is, the Saddam Hussein regime should have been destroyed in 1991.)

    (Anderson Cooper in 2016 questioned Trump about the 2002 interview: “…is that accurate, do you remember saying that.” Trump responded, “I could have said that.”)

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