This Republican

Dadoalex

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I joined the Republican Party on Dec 9, 1973.
The party, at that time, closely aligned with my, admittedly, inexperienced world view.

Smaller government, check
Less foreign involvement, check
defend personal freedoms, ummmm, not so much but check

Across the 70s and 80s my GOP valued honor, intellect, knowledge.
Then clinton came along and I saw my GOP begin to degrade into the anarchy we see today.

Hell, i was not Clinton fan (at the time) but I was not so obsessed with hating Clinton that I agreed with the GOP dysfunction at any attempt to govern.

Then along came Fox news who made the conscious decision to become the propaganda arm of the GOP and to abandon all pretext of actual factual reporting.
And the GOP under Bush went right along.
Truth became fungible in the GOP.
Honor became a joke.

Then came Obama and the GOP lost its mind.
Tea Parties and Tea Baggers.
Racism not just accepted, but embraced, celebrated.
Governing was no longer the purpose of the GOP
Owning the Libs became the GOP's sole political activity.

The GOP was rapidly becoming the Whigs but no one seemed willing to stop it.

Then Romney...
don't get me wrong, 10 years earlier Mitt would have been a great candidate.
But in 2012, 4 years after the GOP drove the global economy over a cliff...
With a solid chance to defeat Obama...
The GOP nominated a guy who was part of the 2008 collapse.
Made millions from the collapse...
And the thing is, despite this...
Romney was still the GOP's best candidate
What with the others being a senile Ron Paul, an equally senile Gingrich who started this GOP slide, and, of course, every Queer person's favorite, Rick Santorum.

But did the GOP learn its lesson?
Bring on Trump.
Lost the election by 3m votes
Lost Senate seats
Lost House seats
But governed as if he had a "supermajority"

While the GOP had go on to embrace, ignorance, racism, stupidity, they had till 2016 still generally acted as a lawful organization.

On January 20, 2017, that all changed.
First came Flynn an obvious Russian actor.
Trump didn't want to fire him but was forced into it.
Then Trump tried to strong-arm the FBI
and the result of that attempt at extortion left the GOP bereft of whatever dignity it still retained.

My GOP is dead and I see no way to revive it so i'm left with choosing among the DEMS.
 
I joined the Republican Party on Dec 9, 1973.
The party, at that time, closely aligned with my, admittedly, inexperienced world view.

Smaller government, check
Less foreign involvement, check
defend personal freedoms, ummmm, not so much but check

Across the 70s and 80s my GOP valued honor, intellect, knowledge.
Then clinton came along and I saw my GOP begin to degrade into the anarchy we see today.

Hell, i was not Clinton fan (at the time) but I was not so obsessed with hating Clinton that I agreed with the GOP dysfunction at any attempt to govern.

Then along came Fox news who made the conscious decision to become the propaganda arm of the GOP and to abandon all pretext of actual factual reporting.
And the GOP under Bush went right along.
Truth became fungible in the GOP.
Honor became a joke.

Then came Obama and the GOP lost its mind.
Tea Parties and Tea Baggers.
Racism not just accepted, but embraced, celebrated.
Governing was no longer the purpose of the GOP
Owning the Libs became the GOP's sole political activity.

The GOP was rapidly becoming the Whigs but no one seemed willing to stop it.

Then Romney...
don't get me wrong, 10 years earlier Mitt would have been a great candidate.
But in 2012, 4 years after the GOP drove the global economy over a cliff...
With a solid chance to defeat Obama...
The GOP nominated a guy who was part of the 2008 collapse.
Made millions from the collapse...
And the thing is, despite this...
Romney was still the GOP's best candidate
What with the others being a senile Ron Paul, an equally senile Gingrich who started this GOP slide, and, of course, every Queer person's favorite, Rick Santorum.

But did the GOP learn its lesson?
Bring on Trump.
Lost the election by 3m votes
Lost Senate seats
Lost House seats
But governed as if he had a "supermajority"

While the GOP had go on to embrace, ignorance, racism, stupidity, they had till 2016 still generally acted as a lawful organization.

On January 20, 2017, that all changed.
First came Flynn an obvious Russian actor.
Trump didn't want to fire him but was forced into it.
Then Trump tried to strong-arm the FBI
and the result of that attempt at extortion left the GOP bereft of whatever dignity it still retained.

My GOP is dead and I see no way to revive it so i'm left with choosing among the DEMS.
Blah Blah Blah

I dont believe you were ever one.
 
I joined the Republican Party on Dec 9, 1973.
The party, at that time, closely aligned with my, admittedly, inexperienced world view.

Smaller government, check
Less foreign involvement, check
defend personal freedoms, ummmm, not so much but check

Across the 70s and 80s my GOP valued honor, intellect, knowledge.
Then clinton came along and I saw my GOP begin to degrade into the anarchy we see today.

Hell, i was not Clinton fan (at the time) but I was not so obsessed with hating Clinton that I agreed with the GOP dysfunction at any attempt to govern.

Then along came Fox news who made the conscious decision to become the propaganda arm of the GOP and to abandon all pretext of actual factual reporting.
And the GOP under Bush went right along.
Truth became fungible in the GOP.
Honor became a joke.

Then came Obama and the GOP lost its mind.
Tea Parties and Tea Baggers.
Racism not just accepted, but embraced, celebrated.
Governing was no longer the purpose of the GOP
Owning the Libs became the GOP's sole political activity.

The GOP was rapidly becoming the Whigs but no one seemed willing to stop it.

Then Romney...
don't get me wrong, 10 years earlier Mitt would have been a great candidate.
But in 2012, 4 years after the GOP drove the global economy over a cliff...
With a solid chance to defeat Obama...
The GOP nominated a guy who was part of the 2008 collapse.
Made millions from the collapse...
And the thing is, despite this...
Romney was still the GOP's best candidate
What with the others being a senile Ron Paul, an equally senile Gingrich who started this GOP slide, and, of course, every Queer person's favorite, Rick Santorum.

But did the GOP learn its lesson?
Bring on Trump.
Lost the election by 3m votes
Lost Senate seats
Lost House seats
But governed as if he had a "supermajority"

While the GOP had go on to embrace, ignorance, racism, stupidity, they had till 2016 still generally acted as a lawful organization.

On January 20, 2017, that all changed.
First came Flynn an obvious Russian actor.
Trump didn't want to fire him but was forced into it.
Then Trump tried to strong-arm the FBI
and the result of that attempt at extortion left the GOP bereft of whatever dignity it still retained.

My GOP is dead and I see no way to revive it so i'm left with choosing among the DEMS.
You'll probably not forgive me for not believing for a minute that you EVER embraced the values promoted by the Republicans in the 70s or 80s or any other time. If you did, there is no way in hell you could even consider being a Democrat now. But do have a great day.
 
I joined the Republican Party on Dec 9, 1973.
The party, at that time, closely aligned with my, admittedly, inexperienced world view.

Smaller government, check
Less foreign involvement, check
defend personal freedoms, ummmm, not so much but check

Across the 70s and 80s my GOP valued honor, intellect, knowledge.
Then clinton came along and I saw my GOP begin to degrade into the anarchy we see today.

Hell, i was not Clinton fan (at the time) but I was not so obsessed with hating Clinton that I agreed with the GOP dysfunction at any attempt to govern.

Then along came Fox news who made the conscious decision to become the propaganda arm of the GOP and to abandon all pretext of actual factual reporting.
And the GOP under Bush went right along.
Truth became fungible in the GOP.
Honor became a joke.

Then came Obama and the GOP lost its mind.
Tea Parties and Tea Baggers.
Racism not just accepted, but embraced, celebrated.
Governing was no longer the purpose of the GOP
Owning the Libs became the GOP's sole political activity.

The GOP was rapidly becoming the Whigs but no one seemed willing to stop it.

Then Romney...
don't get me wrong, 10 years earlier Mitt would have been a great candidate.
But in 2012, 4 years after the GOP drove the global economy over a cliff...
With a solid chance to defeat Obama...
The GOP nominated a guy who was part of the 2008 collapse.
Made millions from the collapse...
And the thing is, despite this...
Romney was still the GOP's best candidate
What with the others being a senile Ron Paul, an equally senile Gingrich who started this GOP slide, and, of course, every Queer person's favorite, Rick Santorum.

But did the GOP learn its lesson?
Bring on Trump.
Lost the election by 3m votes
Lost Senate seats
Lost House seats
But governed as if he had a "supermajority"

While the GOP had go on to embrace, ignorance, racism, stupidity, they had till 2016 still generally acted as a lawful organization.

On January 20, 2017, that all changed.
First came Flynn an obvious Russian actor.
Trump didn't want to fire him but was forced into it.
Then Trump tried to strong-arm the FBI
and the result of that attempt at extortion left the GOP bereft of whatever dignity it still retained.

My GOP is dead and I see no way to revive it so i'm left with choosing among the DEMS.
Hahahaha….NOBODY believes you, you have a post history, we know it. You are left as fuck…every single post. You came out of the womb a woke faggot with purple hair neck tattoos and nose rings…we know your type.
 
I joined the Republican Party on Dec 9, 1973.
The party, at that time, closely aligned with my, admittedly, inexperienced world view.

Smaller government, check
Less foreign involvement, check
defend personal freedoms, ummmm, not so much but check

Across the 70s and 80s my GOP valued honor, intellect, knowledge.
Then clinton came along and I saw my GOP begin to degrade into the anarchy we see today.

Hell, i was not Clinton fan (at the time) but I was not so obsessed with hating Clinton that I agreed with the GOP dysfunction at any attempt to govern.

Then along came Fox news who made the conscious decision to become the propaganda arm of the GOP and to abandon all pretext of actual factual reporting.
And the GOP under Bush went right along.
Truth became fungible in the GOP.
Honor became a joke.

Then came Obama and the GOP lost its mind.
Tea Parties and Tea Baggers.
Racism not just accepted, but embraced, celebrated.
Governing was no longer the purpose of the GOP
Owning the Libs became the GOP's sole political activity.

The GOP was rapidly becoming the Whigs but no one seemed willing to stop it.

Then Romney...
don't get me wrong, 10 years earlier Mitt would have been a great candidate.
But in 2012, 4 years after the GOP drove the global economy over a cliff...
With a solid chance to defeat Obama...
The GOP nominated a guy who was part of the 2008 collapse.
Made millions from the collapse...
And the thing is, despite this...
Romney was still the GOP's best candidate
What with the others being a senile Ron Paul, an equally senile Gingrich who started this GOP slide, and, of course, every Queer person's favorite, Rick Santorum.

But did the GOP learn its lesson?
Bring on Trump.
Lost the election by 3m votes
Lost Senate seats
Lost House seats
But governed as if he had a "supermajority"

While the GOP had go on to embrace, ignorance, racism, stupidity, they had till 2016 still generally acted as a lawful organization.

On January 20, 2017, that all changed.
First came Flynn an obvious Russian actor.
Trump didn't want to fire him but was forced into it.
Then Trump tried to strong-arm the FBI
and the result of that attempt at extortion left the GOP bereft of whatever dignity it still retained.

My GOP is dead and I see no way to revive it so i'm left with choosing among the DEMS.
Methinks thou dost protesteth too much.....

DontBelieve.gif
 
You'll probably not forgive me for not believing for a minute that you EVER embraced the values promoted by the Republicans in the 70s or 80s or any other time. If you did, there is no way in hell you could even consider being a Democrat now. But do have a great day.
I'm not a democrat but you are entitled to your ignorance. No forgiveness offered or needed.
 
I joined the Republican Party on Dec 9, 1973.
The party, at that time, closely aligned with my, admittedly, inexperienced world view.

Smaller government, check
Less foreign involvement, check
defend personal freedoms, ummmm, not so much but check

Across the 70s and 80s my GOP valued honor, intellect, knowledge.
Then clinton came along and I saw my GOP begin to degrade into the anarchy we see today.

Hell, i was not Clinton fan (at the time) but I was not so obsessed with hating Clinton that I agreed with the GOP dysfunction at any attempt to govern.

Then along came Fox news who made the conscious decision to become the propaganda arm of the GOP and to abandon all pretext of actual factual reporting.
And the GOP under Bush went right along.
Truth became fungible in the GOP.
Honor became a joke.

Then came Obama and the GOP lost its mind.
Tea Parties and Tea Baggers.
Racism not just accepted, but embraced, celebrated.
Governing was no longer the purpose of the GOP
Owning the Libs became the GOP's sole political activity.

The GOP was rapidly becoming the Whigs but no one seemed willing to stop it.

Then Romney...
don't get me wrong, 10 years earlier Mitt would have been a great candidate.
But in 2012, 4 years after the GOP drove the global economy over a cliff...
With a solid chance to defeat Obama...
The GOP nominated a guy who was part of the 2008 collapse.
Made millions from the collapse...
And the thing is, despite this...
Romney was still the GOP's best candidate
What with the others being a senile Ron Paul, an equally senile Gingrich who started this GOP slide, and, of course, every Queer person's favorite, Rick Santorum.

But did the GOP learn its lesson?
Bring on Trump.
Lost the election by 3m votes
Lost Senate seats
Lost House seats
But governed as if he had a "supermajority"

While the GOP had go on to embrace, ignorance, racism, stupidity, they had till 2016 still generally acted as a lawful organization.

On January 20, 2017, that all changed.
First came Flynn an obvious Russian actor.
Trump didn't want to fire him but was forced into it.
Then Trump tried to strong-arm the FBI
and the result of that attempt at extortion left the GOP bereft of whatever dignity it still retained.

My GOP is dead and I see no way to revive it so i'm left with choosing among the DEMS.
I am confused,,

the dems are far worse on the things you say youre against
 
Hahahaha….NOBODY believes you, you have a post history, we know it. You are left as fuck…every single post. You came out of the womb a woke faggot with purple hair neck tattoos and nose rings…we know your type.
How do we believe you're not a woke faggot w/ purple hair neck tattoos and nose rings cosplaying as a man? :dunno:
 

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