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.....but, as WaPo describes she's trying too hard without enough game in her act.....

Today, they had this treatment of poor Lauren, and the crazies trying to out-crazy each other.
She can't like the interpretation that she's a water-carrier, the ingenue, understudy..........for Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Still, my poor avatar though it was entertaining.......


"a clinic in crazy talk".
Ditto that. We know.


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Poor Lauren Boebert.
The QAnon-admiring first-term Republican congresswoman from Colorado has tried everything to get noticed. Since she burst on the scene by tweeting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) whereabouts during the Jan. 6 insurrection, she has attempted one stunt after another.

To protest President Biden’s immigration policy, she noisily unfurled a foil blanket and covered herself in it during Biden’s address to Congress. She announced at a town hall that she had “very good information” that a secret scandal would oust Democrats from power before 2022, a popular QAnon claim. Two hours after the Boulder shooter killed 10 people in her home state, she sent a fundraising email asking donors to tell “radical liberals” Pelosi and Biden “‘HELL NO’ to taking our guns.”

But she has languished as a poor man’s Sarah Palin and a third-rate Josh Hawley, as others seize the spotlight with superior antics. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), another QAnon aficionado, inflamed the House with her antisemitic talk of Jewish “space lasers” and likening public health guidelines to the Holocaust. Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Tex.) spoke at a confab of QAnon types where the violent overthrow of the U.S. government was contemplated. Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) compared the Jan. 6 insurrection to a “normal tourist visit.”

Boebert had to raise her game. And on Wednesday, she gave it her best shot. She assembled 10 colleagues in the House TV studio to announce her new resolution to censure Biden — a reprimand that a chamber of Congress has delivered only once in U.S. history, to Andrew Jackson — over Biden’s border policy. “The Biden regime has punched our Border Patrol agents in the face!” she shouted, after calling Vice President Harris “Cackling Kamala.”

Not bad. But Boebert was immediately overshadowed by her colleagues, who put on a clinic in crazy talk.



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.....but, as WaPo describes she's trying too hard without enough game in her act.....

Today, they had this treatment of poor Lauren, and the crazies trying to out-crazy each other.
She can't like the interpretation that she's a water-carrier, the ingenue, understudy..........for Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Still, my poor avatar though it was entertaining.......


"a clinic in crazy talk".
Ditto that. We know.


------------------------------------------View attachment 504876

Poor Lauren Boebert.
The QAnon-admiring first-term Republican congresswoman from Colorado has tried everything to get noticed. Since she burst on the scene by tweeting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) whereabouts during the Jan. 6 insurrection, she has attempted one stunt after another.

To protest President Biden’s immigration policy, she noisily unfurled a foil blanket and covered herself in it during Biden’s address to Congress. She announced at a town hall that she had “very good information” that a secret scandal would oust Democrats from power before 2022, a popular QAnon claim. Two hours after the Boulder shooter killed 10 people in her home state, she sent a fundraising email asking donors to tell “radical liberals” Pelosi and Biden “‘HELL NO’ to taking our guns.”

But she has languished as a poor man’s Sarah Palin and a third-rate Josh Hawley, as others seize the spotlight with superior antics. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), another QAnon aficionado, inflamed the House with her antisemitic talk of Jewish “space lasers” and likening public health guidelines to the Holocaust. Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Tex.) spoke at a confab of QAnon types where the violent overthrow of the U.S. government was contemplated. Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) compared the Jan. 6 insurrection to a “normal tourist visit.”

Boebert had to raise her game. And on Wednesday, she gave it her best shot. She assembled 10 colleagues in the House TV studio to announce her new resolution to censure Biden — a reprimand that a chamber of Congress has delivered only once in U.S. history, to Andrew Jackson — over Biden’s border policy. “The Biden regime has punched our Border Patrol agents in the face!” she shouted, after calling Vice President Harris “Cackling Kamala.”

Not bad. But Boebert was immediately overshadowed by her colleagues, who put on a clinic in crazy talk.


  • Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) called Biden “a reckless lawbreaker” who “spits on the laws,” “prioritizes napping” and wants “to lead America to ruin.”
  • Gohmert proposed that Biden “had no clue what was going on” with the border and “has some real mental issues that need to be evaluated.”
  • And then there was Greene, who endorsed the “censor” resolution — but then one-upped Boebert. Biden “doesn’t need just censured, he needs impeached,” Greene said.

Boebert, beaten, had no choice but to follow suit. “It’s a very light action to censure him,” she admitted. “This is actually worthy of impeachment, and that is what we should be doing right now.”

Censure? Never mind.

The event was on brand for Republicans. While the world-leading vaccine rollout in the United States and the sweeping covid relief have propelled the U.S. economy to faster growth than other developed countries, Republican lawmakers and the Fox News echo chamber have established a parallel universe in which the country is overrun by crime, illegal immigrants, killer coronavirus vaccines, critical race theory, cancel culture and defund the police.

With such a cacophony of conspiracy theories, it’s understandably hard for Boebert to break through.

In the past couple of weeks alone, she falsely claimed that liberals “legalized knowingly spreading HIV,” asserted that her election “is certainly a sign and a wonder, just like God promised,” attacked a trans woman weightlifter with the message “Welcome to the Woke Olympics” and declared that “Critical Race Theory is now mainstream.” The former proprietor of Shooter’s Grill in Rifle, Colo., also claimed she could carry her gun in the Capitol and refused to allow the U.S. Capitol Police to search her purse after setting off a metal detector. She even compared Biden’s German shepherds to violent illegal immigrants. But she has failed to rise above the din of crazy coming from her colleagues.

Wednesday’s censure gambit fared no better. Fox News’s Chad Pergram asked Boebert — twice — to contrast her Biden censure with the Jackson censure, in 1834. Both times, Boebert’s answer betrayed no indication that she knew who Andrew Jackson was.

While Boebert struggled, Greene used the questions to deliver unrelated rants about socialism, Fauci, antifa, BLM and defund the police. “This is systematic destruction to our country,” she said. “We have many members in the Democrat Party that you could definitely look at … and you could call them communist.”

Boebert stood silently, hands clasped. She was in the presence of a master.


A QGOP KOOK. Yes folks, a Republican. The party is nothing but kooks.
 

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‘Wednesday’s censure gambit fared no better. Fox News’s Chad Pergram asked Boebert — twice — to contrast her Biden censure with the Jackson censure, in 1834. Both times, Boebert’s answer betrayed no indication that she knew who Andrew Jackson was.

While Boebert struggled, Greene used the questions to deliver unrelated rants about socialism, Fauci, antifa, BLM and defund the police. “This is systematic destruction to our country,” she said. “We have many members in the Democrat [sic] Party that you could definitely look at … and you could call them communist.”’ ibid

Ignorance and lies – that sums up the GOP well.
 

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‘Wednesday’s censure gambit fared no better. Fox News’s Chad Pergram asked Boebert — twice — to contrast her Biden censure with the Jackson censure, in 1834. Both times, Boebert’s answer betrayed no indication that she knew who Andrew Jackson was.

While Boebert struggled, Greene used the questions to deliver unrelated rants about socialism, Fauci, antifa, BLM and defund the police. “This is systematic destruction to our country,” she said. “We have many members in the Democrat [sic] Party that you could definitely look at … and you could call them communist.”’ ibid

Ignorance and lies – that sums up the GOP well.
Go look in the mirror and we will call it even.
 
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She should act bat shit nuts like AOC
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Actually, AOC doesn't act "nuts".
She's pretty rationale. And articulate.
She's smart.
You may disagree with her politics, but she is doing the job for her constituents pretty well.

She grasped the potential of social media as a means to communicate to her constituents (the Bronx and Queens) better than any other Representative or Senator in their districts.
And with that she made legislation more transparent and politicians more approachable for her constituents. Those are good things.
She introduced the Green New Deal....which is a significant complicated bill.
To be sure, aspects of it may be too ambitious for this time, but it showed she is a serious legislator. It's details will percolate for some time to come, and in future legislation.

And then the crystallizing incident that made me an admirer was her in-your-face disciplining of Florida Congressmen Ted Yoho.
I don't know how you feel about that exchange she had with Yoho on the steps of the Capitol, poster IrishLass, where he called her a 'F______g Bitch' in front of another Congressman, AOC' staff, and ...duh! ..... a reporter.

AOC very rightfully publicly held him to account for his misogyny.
I have a strong and assertive bride, she would have done what AOC did. I have no doubt whatsoever on that. So would my mother when she was alive. My treasured nieces too, ain't gonna put up with d*ckhead men dissing them.
So, living in the family world as I do.....I heard AOC's response, and I recognized the steel within her.

She said on the floor of the House when she called Yoho out:


"My father, thankfully, is not alive to see how Mr. Yoho treated his daughter. My mother got to see Mr. Yoho's disrespect on the floor of this house towards me on television, and I am here because I have to show my parents that I am their daughter and that they did not raise me to accept abuse from men.

Now, what I am here to say is that this harm that Mr. Yoho levied, tried to levy against me, was not just an incident directed at me, but when you do that to any woman..... in using that language, in front of the press, he gave permission to use that language against his wife, his daughters, women in his community, and I am here to stand up to say that is not acceptable."

"...... this issue is not about one incident. It is cultural. It is a culture of a lack of impunity, of acceptance of violence and violent language against women....."
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So with that, I became an admirer of the steel within Alexandreia Ocasio-Cortez.

It surprises me, IrishLass, that you feel otherwise.
 

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Rep Boebert is just another irascible mouthpiece looking for media attention.
 

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She is a fine MILF. Being gun toting and a smart Conservative are pluses.

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She should act bat shit nuts like AOC
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Actually, AOC doesn't act "nuts".
She's pretty rationale. And articulate.
She's smart.
You may disagree with her politics, but she is doing the job for her constituents pretty well.


She grasped the potential of social media as a means to communicate to her constituents (the Bronx and Queens) better than any other Representative or Senator in their districts.
And with that she made legislation more transparent and politicians more approachable for her constituents. Those are good things.
She introduced the Green New Deal....which is a significant complicated bill.
To be sure, aspects of it may be too ambitious for this time, but it showed she is a serious legislator. It's details will percolate for some time to come, and in future legislation.

And then the crystallizing incident that made me an admirer was her in-your-face disciplining of Florida Congressmen Ted Yoho.
I don't know how you feel about that exchange she had with Yoho on the steps of the Capitol, poster IrishLass, where he called her a 'F______g Bitch' in front of another Congressman, AOC' staff, and ...duh! ..... a reporter.

AOC very rightfully publicly held him to account for his misogyny.
I have a strong and assertive bride, she would have done what AOC did. I have no doubt whatsoever on that. So would my mother when she was alive. My treasured nieces too, ain't gonna put up with d*ckhead men dissing them.
So, living in the family world as I do.....I heard AOC's response, and I recognized the steel within her.

She said on the floor of the House when she called Yoho out:


"My father, thankfully, is not alive to see how Mr. Yoho treated his daughter. My mother got to see Mr. Yoho's disrespect on the floor of this house towards me on television, and I am here because I have to show my parents that I am their daughter and that they did not raise me to accept abuse from men.

Now, what I am here to say is that this harm that Mr. Yoho levied, tried to levy against me, was not just an incident directed at me, but when you do that to any woman..... in using that language, in front of the press, he gave permission to use that language against his wife, his daughters, women in his community, and I am here to stand up to say that is not acceptable."

"...... this issue is not about one incident. It is cultural. It is a culture of a lack of impunity, of acceptance of violence and violent language against women....."
-------------------------------------------------------------


So with that, I became an admirer of the steel within Alexandreia Ocasio-Cortez.

It surprises me, IrishLass, that you feel otherwise.
AOC is a functional MORON. Case in point, HQ2. AOC cost NY State $30b a year in revenue, and 25,000 NYC jobs averaging $150,000 a year, not to mention the transformation of a blighted slum (aka AOC's district) into a showplace.

What AOC could have had, a new HQ2 in her district, instead of abandoned derelict buildings:
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AOC is a MORON.
 

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.....but, as WaPo describes she's trying too hard without enough game in her act.....

Today, they had this treatment of poor Lauren, and the crazies trying to out-crazy each other.
She can't like the interpretation that she's a water-carrier, the ingenue, understudy..........for Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Still, my poor avatar though it was entertaining.......


"a clinic in crazy talk".
Ditto that. We know.


------------------------------------------View attachment 504876

Poor Lauren Boebert.
The QAnon-admiring first-term Republican congresswoman from Colorado has tried everything to get noticed. Since she burst on the scene by tweeting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-Calif.) whereabouts during the Jan. 6 insurrection, she has attempted one stunt after another.

To protest President Biden’s immigration policy, she noisily unfurled a foil blanket and covered herself in it during Biden’s address to Congress. She announced at a town hall that she had “very good information” that a secret scandal would oust Democrats from power before 2022, a popular QAnon claim. Two hours after the Boulder shooter killed 10 people in her home state, she sent a fundraising email asking donors to tell “radical liberals” Pelosi and Biden “‘HELL NO’ to taking our guns.”

But she has languished as a poor man’s Sarah Palin and a third-rate Josh Hawley, as others seize the spotlight with superior antics. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.), another QAnon aficionado, inflamed the House with her antisemitic talk of Jewish “space lasers” and likening public health guidelines to the Holocaust. Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Tex.) spoke at a confab of QAnon types where the violent overthrow of the U.S. government was contemplated. Rep. Andrew Clyde (R-Ga.) compared the Jan. 6 insurrection to a “normal tourist visit.”

Boebert had to raise her game. And on Wednesday, she gave it her best shot. She assembled 10 colleagues in the House TV studio to announce her new resolution to censure Biden — a reprimand that a chamber of Congress has delivered only once in U.S. history, to Andrew Jackson — over Biden’s border policy. “The Biden regime has punched our Border Patrol agents in the face!” she shouted, after calling Vice President Harris “Cackling Kamala.”

Not bad. But Boebert was immediately overshadowed by her colleagues, who put on a clinic in crazy talk.


  • Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) called Biden “a reckless lawbreaker” who “spits on the laws,” “prioritizes napping” and wants “to lead America to ruin.”
  • Gohmert proposed that Biden “had no clue what was going on” with the border and “has some real mental issues that need to be evaluated.”
  • And then there was Greene, who endorsed the “censor” resolution — but then one-upped Boebert. Biden “doesn’t need just censured, he needs impeached,” Greene said.

Boebert, beaten, had no choice but to follow suit. “It’s a very light action to censure him,” she admitted. “This is actually worthy of impeachment, and that is what we should be doing right now.”

Censure? Never mind.

The event was on brand for Republicans. While the world-leading vaccine rollout in the United States and the sweeping covid relief have propelled the U.S. economy to faster growth than other developed countries, Republican lawmakers and the Fox News echo chamber have established a parallel universe in which the country is overrun by crime, illegal immigrants, killer coronavirus vaccines, critical race theory, cancel culture and defund the police.

With such a cacophony of conspiracy theories, it’s understandably hard for Boebert to break through.

In the past couple of weeks alone, she falsely claimed that liberals “legalized knowingly spreading HIV,” asserted that her election “is certainly a sign and a wonder, just like God promised,” attacked a trans woman weightlifter with the message “Welcome to the Woke Olympics” and declared that “Critical Race Theory is now mainstream.” The former proprietor of Shooter’s Grill in Rifle, Colo., also claimed she could carry her gun in the Capitol and refused to allow the U.S. Capitol Police to search her purse after setting off a metal detector. She even compared Biden’s German shepherds to violent illegal immigrants. But she has failed to rise above the din of crazy coming from her colleagues.

Wednesday’s censure gambit fared no better. Fox News’s Chad Pergram asked Boebert — twice — to contrast her Biden censure with the Jackson censure, in 1834. Both times, Boebert’s answer betrayed no indication that she knew who Andrew Jackson was.

While Boebert struggled, Greene used the questions to deliver unrelated rants about socialism, Fauci, antifa, BLM and defund the police. “This is systematic destruction to our country,” she said. “We have many members in the Democrat Party that you could definitely look at … and you could call them communist.”

Boebert stood silently, hands clasped. She was in the presence of a master.


A QGOP KOOK. Yes folks, a Republican. The party is nothing but kooks.
Well, to be fair they are also whack-jobs and nut-bars.
 

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Kinda attractive and kinda an asshole.
 

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She should act bat shit nuts like AOC
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Actually, AOC doesn't act "nuts".
She's pretty rationale. And articulate.
She's smart.
You may disagree with her politics, but she is doing the job for her constituents pretty well.

She grasped the potential of social media as a means to communicate to her constituents (the Bronx and Queens) better than any other Representative or Senator in their districts.
And with that she made legislation more transparent and politicians more approachable for her constituents. Those are good things.
She introduced the Green New Deal....which is a significant complicated bill.
To be sure, aspects of it may be too ambitious for this time, but it showed she is a serious legislator. It's details will percolate for some time to come, and in future legislation.

And then the crystallizing incident that made me an admirer was her in-your-face disciplining of Florida Congressmen Ted Yoho.
I don't know how you feel about that exchange she had with Yoho on the steps of the Capitol, poster IrishLass, where he called her a 'F______g Bitch' in front of another Congressman, AOC' staff, and ...duh! ..... a reporter.

AOC very rightfully publicly held him to account for his misogyny.
I have a strong and assertive bride, she would have done what AOC did. I have no doubt whatsoever on that. So would my mother when she was alive. My treasured nieces too, ain't gonna put up with d*ckhead men dissing them.
So, living in the family world as I do.....I heard AOC's response, and I recognized the steel within her.

She said on the floor of the House when she called Yoho out:


"My father, thankfully, is not alive to see how Mr. Yoho treated his daughter. My mother got to see Mr. Yoho's disrespect on the floor of this house towards me on television, and I am here because I have to show my parents that I am their daughter and that they did not raise me to accept abuse from men.

Now, what I am here to say is that this harm that Mr. Yoho levied, tried to levy against me, was not just an incident directed at me, but when you do that to any woman..... in using that language, in front of the press, he gave permission to use that language against his wife, his daughters, women in his community, and I am here to stand up to say that is not acceptable."

"...... this issue is not about one incident. It is cultural. It is a culture of a lack of impunity, of acceptance of violence and violent language against women....."
-------------------------------------------------------------


So with that, I became an admirer of the steel within Alexandreia Ocasio-Cortez.

It surprises me, IrishLass, that you feel otherwise.

Really, it surprises you that IrishLass feels that way, really?
I am surprised that you are surprised by her response to AOC. Oh well nothing really changes much.
MAGA
 

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.....but, as WaPo describes she's trying too hard without enough game in her act.....

Today, they had this treatment of poor Lauren, and the crazies trying to out-crazy each other.
She can't like the interpretation that she's a water-carrier, the ingenue, understudy..........for Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Still, my poor avatar though it was entertaining.......
Do not copy and paste the entire article, only an excerpt, please.
 

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.....but, as WaPo describes she's trying too hard without enough game in her act.....

Today, they had this treatment of poor Lauren, and the crazies trying to out-crazy each other.
She can't like the interpretation that she's a water-carrier, the ingenue, understudy..........for Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Still, my poor avatar though it was entertaining.......
Do not copy and paste the entire article, only an excerpt, please.
Chillicothe you have been taz’d. :omg:

That’s what you get for mocking future Fox News Airhead Babes using full length articles. :p
 

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The GOP is essentially run by the crazy wing, of which Boebert and Taylor-Greene are at the forefront of (to include Gosar, Gaetz, Gohmert, and others) and those moderates (i.e., normal people, however few remain) are essentially pushed to the back and told to be quiet.

Crazytown is what controls that party, and flyover America can't get enough.
 

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