Saturday, October 11, 2014

The Soiled, Squalid World of Conservatives During Election Season

Undecided about which Party to vote for? Election Day is right around the corner and here's a short synopsis of everything you need to know about the soiled, squalid world of the Conservative world when it comes to elections.

First, from the leadership...

"GOP’s scheme to frighten America: 4-point plan of Ebola, Secret Service, Border, ISIS."

GOP's scheme to frighten America: 4-point plan of Ebola, Secret Service, Border, ISIS
Scott Brown, Mitch McConnell, Thom Tillis (Credit: AP/Jim Cole/Manuel Balce Ceneta/Photo montage by Salon)
"How Republicans plan to shoehorn fear over 4 very loosely related things through a lens of White House incompetence.

"Let whoever said the GOP has no message or plan heading into the final weeks of the election season be damned. They have a plan alright. And no, it’s not this cheap strip of single-ply toilet paper that Reince Priebus distributed last week. It is not Reince Priebus’s list of such specific agenda items as 'have big economy good' and 'more Constitution.' No one — no one — cared about that. The real message, the real plan, is four-pronged, a bit hazy, dumb, yeah, sure, but artistic and masterful all the same.

"The GOP’s strategy for the last month of the campaign is Ebola, Secret Service, ISIS, and the Border. You take any combination of these disparate news events, connect them or don’t as you see fit, and somehow distill your concoction into an argument for why more Republicans should serve in the United States Senate..."

Here's what you get if you vote for the Cons...

And here's what you get if they (hopefully) lose...

But the Cons have a secret plan...Early voting!

And the Cons' version of early voting complements their voter i.d. laws...

So what are YOU going to say after the election is over?


The Midterm Elections in this country are notorious for voters staying at home.  If the Dems have put out the effort to register new voters and to get them to the polls, it could be the beginning of the end for Conservatism...but we doubt that it will happen without electing more Blue Dogs and other DINOs.

From one of the most popular posts on Criminalize Conservatism, "The GOP According To Jefferson":
"Thomas Jefferson had a lot to say about political parties, and it is interesting to note how he identified the Party of The Rich as an entity that mirrors today's GOP: 
" Men by their constitutions are naturally divided into two parties: 1. Those who fear and distrust the people, and wish to draw all powers from them into the hands of the higher classes. 2. Those who identify themselves with the people, have confidence in them, cherish and consider them as the most honest and safe, although not the most wise depositary of the public interests. In every country these two parties exist, and in every one where they are free to think, speak, and write, they will declare themselves. Call them, therefore, Liberals and Serviles, Jacobins and Ultras, Whigs and Tories, Republicans and Federalists, Aristocrats and Democrats, or by whatever name you please, they are the same parties still and pursue the same object. The last one of Aristocrats and Democrats is the true one expressing the essence of all." --Thomas Jefferson to Henry Lee, 1824."
Even if the Cons lose, they'll still be around.  Relentless, there mission of elevating the rich into the oligarchic role of the New American Age of Feudalism, they'll never give up unless...we criminalize Conservatism. -- Joyce, Jnr.


"Republicans don't want to 'save the world'; they want to save the country from those
who would 'save the world."

Richard D. Kahlenberg, Broken Contract: A Memoir of Harvard Law School.