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Mean, Angry, Violent Democrat Party

Posted by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:42 PM
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 By Douglas V. Gibbs

The media is asking if Joe Biden's rude performance filled with smirks and snide laughter was on purpose. . .

He was trying to make Paul Ryan look like an amateur, and trying to make himself look like the old salt. However, what Biden wound up doing is revealing what the Democrat Party is all about by actually being himself.

Joe Biden came across in the debate with Ryan as mean, rude, and disrespectful - just like the current version of the Democrat Party. That is who they are. You know the base was all excited, because they wanted blood. They didn't see Biden as acting like a buffoon. The democrats actually think that Biden won the debate on Thursday Night.

You saw it when Bush was President. The liberal democrats hate with a vile passion the Republican Party. We have heard stories of democrats saying that if Romney wins they are leaving the country, of children being punished for wearing Romney shirts to school, or being physically assaulted for their GOP leanings. One girl was told wearing a Romney shirt was the same as wearing one that said KKK on it. A reporter called Paul Ryan the "perp of the week," and in California there was an instance where two democrats wound up getting physical during their own debate. The democrats are the union thugs beating up conservatives at town hall meetings, and ACORN using fraudulent tactics to register democrats. What we saw in Biden was indeed the angry face of the Democrat Party they normally try to hide.

Biden, I am sure, was feeling like he had to make up for Obama's lack of fight in the Romney debate. Joe put up a great act, looking mean and angry, and smiling as he launched lie after lie after lie. He lied about the Benghazi disaster where Americans were killed due to the Obama administration's incompetence, he lied about not voting for the two wars that he indeed did vote for as Senator, he made up numbers, and denied Ryan's facts. His lies were so bad that the White House had to try to fix the situation later.


The problem for the liberal left is they believe their own bull crap, and a part of that is their belief this nation is center-left. They believe being nice to the enemy will make the enemy like you, and that has gone wrong, too. They have also created in their minds their own versions of Romney and Ryan, but in the debates those caricatures of the republicans did not show up, so now they think they were lying to be someone else. Reality, in other words, is not exactly the Democrat Party's strong suit.

When reality slaps them in the face, they get mean and angry, and they have been getting meaner since Reagan. The mean, overbearing, rude and disrespectful old man who sat on stage battling it out with Paul Ryan epitomized the Democrat Party of today. Joe Biden showed us who they are. He was exactly what the democrats have become, and it was disgusting to watch.

People are not stupid. They see this garbage, and they want nothing to do with it. This is why usually the democrats try to hide who they really are. Remember in 2008 how Obama sounded more conservative than McCain? Have you noticed how he tries to come across as a nice guy? It is all an act, because they can't afford to reveal who they really are, like Biden did last night. If the liberal left democrats reveal that they are statists who believe in using the government to control you, and on top of that they are angry and violent people, they would never get a vote.

Thursday Night Biden turned off women voters, minority voters, and independents. He disgusted them, and coupled with Obama's weak performance, and the reality of their agenda as it is exposed by the GOP, a landslide win for Romney is damn-near inevitable.

Romney and Ryan have been phenomenal, but they haven't had to be. Obama and Biden have been making themselves look bad without any help. At this point, Daffy Duck and Yosemite Sam could beat them.

This is not to say the election is over. You never know what the democrats will pull. The October Surprise is still in the oven, and the timer is about to go off. The question is, will the voters believe the crap the democrats come up with, or continue to recognize reality?

Then again, now that I get to thinking about it, and what I saw in Biden in that debate, perhaps I should have titled this piece "Crybaby, Temper-Tantrum, Lashing Out Democrat Party."

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by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:42 PM
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imamomzilla
by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:43 PM
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 BRAVO....couldn't have said it better myself!

ashellbell
by Bronze Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:46 PM
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I hate the US vs THEM mentality. I don't understand why ugly likes to rear it's head during election time. Why can't people just accept that people will vote for who they feel will best represent them and their needs? I don't understand the animosity from this. Sad.
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gsprofval
by Gold Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:47 PM
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Well said, Mr. Gibbs, well said.

AlekD
by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:47 PM
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Anyone who ascribes devoutly to one political party is probably mean angry and violent.
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Sunshinebee0502
by Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:58 PM
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Pretty much. When Romney was first even being nominated as a candidate I was looking into who he was. I have from day one not liked the things he has done. Those are my beliefs which I will vote for. And I find it comical it's being portrayed as if Romney and Ryan have not done things to make themselves look bad. 47, ambulance, forcible rape, Russia? Any of these ringing a bell? Give me a break. Do your homework, pick your candidate and quit your b*tching already. We aren't all going to see eye to eye it's democracy

Quoting ashellbell:

I hate the US vs THEM mentality. I don't understand why ugly likes to rear it's head during election time. Why can't people just accept that people will vote for who they feel will best represent them and their needs? I don't understand the animosity from this. Sad.
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imamomzilla
by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 9:21 PM

BUMP!

LIMom1105
by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 9:27 PM
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And I think we've seen an awful lot of hate from the other direction since Obama was elected.

As I said in another post, hate and zealotry is not exclusive to liberals, by any means. Nor is it productive to just sit and point fingers at each other.
kailu1835
by Silver Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 9:37 PM
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Very well written.

Refurbished
by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 9:40 PM
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And all blondes are stupid and redheads are whores, and the entire goverment is collectively conspiring to keep aliens a secret....

Seriously, you can't say that an entire party collectively feels exactly the same way, with one side being all good and the other all bad.  Groups of people just don't behave that way.

Mayo5
by New Member on Oct. 14, 2012 at 12:14 AM
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So true. Why can't people be satisfied with their own vote and refrain from creating such a divided mentality? I know who I'm voting for and I'm not trumpeting it all over the place, nor am I bashing the other candidate.

Quoting ashellbell:

I hate the US vs THEM mentality. I don't understand why ugly likes to rear it's head during election time. Why can't people just accept that people will vote for who they feel will best represent them and their needs? I don't understand the animosity from this. Sad.


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