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The bleeding-heart liberal redhead

Have you noticed that whenever they need to depict a bleeding-heart liberal in a TV commercial or something like that, someone often reaches for the stereotype of a redheaded woman with pale freckly skin? Like in this commercial.

Is there any truth in this stereotype?

I can think of Elizabeth Kucinich as a real-world example, although most other real-world examples are less tall and less attractive.

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Does anyone know how the PUA community explains Dennis Kucinich hooking up with Elizabeth?

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February 20, 2017 at 2:13 pm

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  1. Susan sarandon.

    I know multiple ultra liberal tall redheaded women in real life.

    I think this stereotype has merit.

    Jjbees

    February 20, 2017 at 2:35 pm

  2. Off topic.

    This video is taken in Manhattan and I didn’t see a black person in it. it’s just about all white. Manhattan would be a nice place to live if I could get a decent apt. and had to work. All of American cities should be like Manhattan, but less expensive.

    The building that guy lives in looks pretty nice. He takes the subway all over. You can have mass transit and not worry about dangerous blacks.

    I would live in the mountains if I didn’t have to work. I would also consider Arizona or St George, Utah.

    Lion, When was the last time you drove a car?

    ttgy

    February 20, 2017 at 2:41 pm

    • I would live in the mountains if I didn’t have to work

      I consistently argue that lots of people would do this. I have a friend of mine, he drives a Tesla, he’s the type that totally believes in the promise of every sort of futuristic technology. I argued to him that a side effect of self-driving cars would be to enable more people to live in the rural idyll that they really want, with correspondingly LONGER commute times.

      When was the last time you drove a car?

      Ha, reminds me of the other week when I assumed that if Lion were to visit Montreal, he would *drive* there. Personally, after a few days or weeks of not driving, I LOVE getting back behind the wheel. Really makes me understand the feeling of freedom that people had when automobiles first came out.

      SJ, Esquire (formerly Samson J).

      February 20, 2017 at 7:49 pm

      • I don’t feel free behind the wheel. I feel trapped, especially when I am driving in any city or suburb. Driving in rural areas isn’t bad when there are no stops or cars. I didn’t mind driving in southern Utah when there were miles of road with nobody on them and no stops.

        I got the feeling of freedom when I went to Rome as a teenager and could walk and ride the mass transit all over the city. That’s when i started to think differently about cars and how things are built. Of course, Rome still has a lot of cars and Vespas.

        I remember reading something about city planning after WWII in France. There was a percent of population that was deemed to have inadequate housing in Paris. When they were asked would they rather have an upgrade in housing or a car, a large percent said a car.

        Cars were a romantic object when they first appeared, but they really have turned out to create a lot of hassles instead of a better quality of life. They can be useful when properly used, but everybody owning a car in large metro areas is a total waste of time and money.

        Cars are better in rural settings, but it’s weird that when people started to move off the farms into metro areas the car became ubiquitous when it wasn’t really needed.

        I always liked the book Streets for People.

        https://www.amazon.com/Streets-People-Americans-Bernard-Rudofsky/dp/0385042310

        ttgy

        February 20, 2017 at 9:20 pm

      • Large parts of the metro area are inaccessible without a car. So you can’t visit friends or family in the suburbs without a car, for example.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        February 20, 2017 at 11:09 pm

      • “Large parts of the metro area are inaccessible without a car. So you can’t visit friends or family in the suburbs without a car, for example.”

        I know that. The whole society doesn’t have a coherent transport system because of the car.

        Once a country is built around a car it become difficult to live without one.

        Do you own a car?

        ttgy

        February 20, 2017 at 11:30 pm

    • All of American cities should be like Manhattan, but less expensive.

      And the pending American disaster, after years of stupidity, lack of progression and devolution set by our elites and enabled by our dumb proles who elect and support them.

      30 years ago, White people dreamt of boring suburbia with its sprawl. Big cities like NYC was crime infested, dilapidated and full of black miscreants, and the suburbs provided this escapism from urban plight.

      JS

      February 20, 2017 at 9:36 pm

      • Neighborhoods accessible only by car have the advantage of keeping out people who are too poor to own a car.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        February 20, 2017 at 11:11 pm

      • “Neighborhoods accessible only by car have the advantage of keeping out people who are too poor to own a car.”

        Do you mean to live there or to just go there and commit crimes?

        ttgy

        February 20, 2017 at 11:37 pm

      • Both.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        February 21, 2017 at 12:15 am

  3. Julianne Moore has cornered the red-headed bleeding heart market in Hollywood since at least 1997. She has incredible range: bleeding heart eco-activist, bleeding heart feminist, bleeding heart democracy evangelist, bleeding heart whore (sometimes literally) etc etc. Also I think she has a stipulation in her contract that she won’t appear in a movie unless she can at some point appear nude.

    Raekwon

    February 20, 2017 at 2:41 pm

    • I was thinking along the same lines only my examples were Shirley MacLaine, Vanessa Redgrave and Susan Sarandon.

      Curle

      February 20, 2017 at 3:28 pm

  4. I think many women would wish to be a pale, quirky redhead – rather than a pale blonde – but have this wish moderated by their realization that this wish is ipso facto racist.

    When the protagonist is explicitly a liberal gutmenschen, that liberates them to wish freely, without being racist. So they imagine the protagonist as a redhead, or a blonde, or a strawberry redhead blonde.

    trooogdooorblog

    February 20, 2017 at 2:47 pm

  5. I have noticed in real life that bleeding heart liberal women, especially the most outspoken, tend not to be attractive. This seems to be more true now than ever. At my workplace, a group of older and very unattractive women have become obsessed with hatred towards President Trump (and his wife, they absolutely hate her). These women never used to talk about politics at all and now they are full of rage.

    Jay Fink

    February 20, 2017 at 2:54 pm

    • Even as a Trump supporter, I don’t see any special reason to like Melania, so I can see how Trump-haters might hate Melania even more than they hate Trump.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      February 20, 2017 at 2:59 pm

      • “Even as a Trump supporter, I don’t see any special reason to like Melania…”

        Melania seems like a very private, socially anxious person. I don’t know her personality so well, but it wouldn’t surprise me if she got into modelling as the quickest, easiest way (even if the attention and publicity weren’t to her liking) to get out of a former Communist hellhole, land a wealthy husband, and then live an otherwise traditional family life. Being the First Lady is not something she wanted.

        “I can see how Trump-haters might hate Melania even more than they hate Trump.”

        White liberal American women absolutely loathe Eastern European women. Eastern European women put a lot of time into looking their very best, want to be married by age 25, approve of strong gender roles, and want nothing to do with being a “strong, independent woman.” (I know these attitudes are starting to change, but they’re stronger in Eastern Europe than in Western Europe and North America.) As such, if you’re an unmarried American liberal lady, a twenty-something Slavic girl makes you afraid that you might be needing to buy another cat or two soon.

        Older women in general also detest younger women who break up marriages. Trump may have already been divorced when he met Melania, but her being his third wife and almost 25 years younger than him means that image has been attached to Melania. (Liberal women also loathed Callista Gingrich.)

        In contrast, Michelle Obama was very comfortable under the limelight, was a lawyer, got involved in liberal issues (well, until the left changed its mind on obesity and started to oppose fat-shaming), married a social equal in Obama, who was also roughly her age.

        I’m indifferent to Melania, but the resentment towards her is so personalistic that it makes me roll my eyes.

        Sid

        February 20, 2017 at 5:04 pm

      • Slovenia is hardly a hellhole. It is richer than Portugal or Greece, has beautiful mountains and is nicer than a lot of rust belt America. Slovenians are not all that “Eastern” either. Interesting that both Trump’s foreign wives are from former Habsburg lands that had large German speaking populations before WW II. Slavs, but Catholic Western Slavs, a far cry from Russians or Ukrainians. Good taste, I would say. But I have spent a lot of time in Slovenia, and there is something odd about Melania. Maybe she just isn’t that bright.

        Peter Akuleyev

        February 20, 2017 at 5:32 pm

      • Melania left Slovenia in 1989, when it was still under communist rule and a lot poorer than it is today, though of course it had the same natural beauty.

        Slovenes, like Czechs, have a culture closer to Germans than to other Slavs.

        snorlaxwp

        February 20, 2017 at 7:03 pm

      • Granted, her home town was a lot poorer in the 1980s, and probably incredibly provincial and small-minded for an ambitious young woman. Very pretty place though:

        https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sevnica

        Peter Akuleyev

        February 21, 2017 at 5:30 am

      • I doubt any of those liberal women care about Slovenia. Hate for Melania is rooted in two things: first, her speech at the RNC plagiarized the equivalent one given by Michelle Obama several years ago. Nobody here cares about that, but if you’re a liberal predisposed to hate everything Trump then that episode proves that Melania is a thief, a second-rater, and a privileged white person exploiting a black woman’s labors. It doesn’t matter whether or not we agree with it; that’s the perspective in liberal social media.

        The second reason is specific to liberal women because it’s rooted in female solipsism. If you’re a female SJW, the thought of having sex with Donald Trump is disgusting. Since they can’t see the man on TV without feeling angry, they don’t understand how any woman could love Trump as a human being, so Melania has to be with him for immoral reasons. Love of money, love of power, love of corruption. If these liberal women were married to Trump, that’d be why they were there, so the mere fact of her marriage to a man as awful as Donald Trump shows that Melania has to be awful as well.

        Richard

        February 21, 2017 at 10:12 am

  6. I’m going to guess probably not:

    American Nations Series – The Unz Review

    JayMan

    February 20, 2017 at 3:00 pm

    • Interesting. Raises a few questions for me:

      1. What’s with the redhead nexus around (I think) Nizhny Novgorod?
      2. I’m skeptical that the redhead population would be that low in Boston and the NYC suburbs, the Irish-American nexūs.
      3. An observation: The darkest region on the blonde hair map follows the borders of the Roman Empire pretty closely (and probably could even more closely by adjusting the percentages), and the darkest region of the redhead map follows the Arab and Ottoman conquests.
      4. Something I’ve been wondering about before looking at your maps: are redheads dying out, due to being considered unattractive, and/or recessive genes? It seems noteworthy that ethnicities historically stereotyped as having many redheads, e.g. Russians or Jews, are rarely redheaded nowadays.

      snorlaxwp

      February 20, 2017 at 5:24 pm

      • My Russian-Jewish grandmother was a redhead, but that wasn’t passed on to any of her descendants. I guess recessive genes.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        February 20, 2017 at 6:24 pm

      • The redheads in Russia are Udmurts.

        There are plenty of Irish in the Boston and NYC areas, but there are plenty of Italians (not to mention non-Whites) too.

        JayMan

        February 20, 2017 at 6:42 pm

      • @JayMan It’s not an average, so since the Irish are way more disproportionately redheaded (400% or so compared to the general population) than Italians and non-whites are disproportionately not-redheaded (2% or so), I think it’d be visible on the map.

        snorlaxwp

        February 20, 2017 at 6:54 pm

    • Striking to me that the only parts of North America coloured “red” on the redhead map are Appalachia and Cape Breton (where I grew up). Interesting then to notice that Jayman had also commented on that exact thing.

      I of course knew lots of redheads growing up, and the chick ones that I know today are fairly bleeding-heart, but I suppose that’s confounded because they are also doctors. I buy the theory, advanced by BTDT, that a lifetime of being called “ginger” makes them partial to the underdog.

      Personally, an attractive redhead makes me think dirty, dirty things…

      SJ, Esquire (formerly Samson J).

      February 20, 2017 at 7:55 pm

  7. Redheads are natural outcasts aka “the red headed stepchild” and therefore have a tendency to sympathize with the underdog and liberal causes in general. As far as Kusinich is concerned, being a US senator will boost any man’s game regardless of looks.

    B.T.D.T.

    February 20, 2017 at 3:34 pm

    • He never made it to the Senate, but being a House Rep. and candidate for president certainly upped his profile. I still wonder when she’s going to divorce him. Height is arguably the most important physical attraction trigger for women, and most refuse to take any man seriously unless he’s at least just as tall. Maybe Mrs. Kucinich is so tall (for a female) that it doesn’t matter.

      Alternatively, I think Roissy once speculated, “Maybe Dennis has a nine inch cock.”

      Vince

      February 20, 2017 at 4:59 pm

      • According to the PUA’s height doesn’t matter in any meaningful sense. Like if you have two otherwise pretty similar dudes just standing around with their hands in their pockets, the one who’s 6’2″ is way more attractive than the one who’s 5’7″, but the whole point of game is you find other ways to be attractive.

        I mean we’re sitting here discussing a short scrawny rat-faced dude who managed to get a tall slender redhead so the physical evidence is right here in front of us that height isn’t the be-all end-all it’s made out to be.

        Jokah Macpherson

        February 20, 2017 at 9:19 pm

      • This comment reminds me of news articles that say older siblings tend to earn more and then some user remarks, “This is bullshit. I’m younger and I earn way more than my broke-ass brother.” There are always exceptions.

        Saying height is the most important physical attraction trigger should not be confused with absolutist be-all-end-all nonsense, so let’s dispense of that straw man. Also, the idea that a 6’2″ man does not have a meaningful advantage over a 5’7″ is utterly retarded. There are game proponents who acknowledge the importance of things like appearance, income, and height; the ones who trivialize these traits for “game” are either cultists or product-pushers.

        Yes, Kucinich is surely compensating for his lack of height in another way; most obviously, he’s a relatively famous politician. But yeah, maybe he carefully “negged” the redhead about her fingernails.

        Vince

        February 21, 2017 at 12:23 am

      • Nope, I understand means and correlations and all. My point is that height is not the most important attraction trigger, especially from the PUA’s perspective. They are focused on the exceptions you describe. If scrawny little Kucinich can get attraction from a hottie decades younger, and, say, Tom Cruise (also short) can be considered a sex symbol by a generation of women, it seems like there is at least one factor that has a greater effect on attraction than height. And most guys would say, yeah, obviously that factor is fame. No disagreement there.

        So if there’s at least one factor that beats height head to head, there’s no reason why there couldn’t be others. And once again, there’s exceptions as you say. There’s a few short dudes out there who aren’t famous or rich or attractive in any conventional way who get hot chicks way more easily than the average guy. And instead of throwing their hands up and saying, “Oh well, they’re just outliers,” the PUA’s take the scientific approach and ask, “What actually happened here?” Unless you believe in magic, the guy did something to get the girl’s interest. And if it works in spite of a height disadvantage, well it seems like that something matters more than height as well.

        The 6’2″ guy has a huuuuge advantage over the 5’7″ guy in the all-things-equal, controlled experiment sense, but my point is that advantage is so completely swamped as to be meaningless if the 5’7″ guy has put in years of approaches, inoculated himself to rejection, experimented with how he presents himself, and slowly figured out ways past his sticking points. Unless the 6’2″ guy has done the exact same thing (and in the real world, he probably hasn’t; most guys aren’t willing), he is at a decided disadvantage. Game is the snitch in the Quidditch match. Height is everyone else putting quaffles through the hoops.

        Or to use another analogy, guys with a natural sense of coordination and rhythm are much better than clumsy guys at ballroom dancing. But even though I’m pretty clumsy I’m better than 99% of guys at ballroom dancing because I decided it was something I wanted to learn and practiced it for years and years. My lack of natural talent is not even a factor at this point; I’m almost always the best non-professional wherever I go.

        Or as a negative example, think of Elliot Rodger. Some people said he was unattractive because he was kind of short and skinny and half-Asian; others said he had lots of advantages because he had a good-looking face and came from a pretty wealthy family. Really, none of these factors mattered either way because he was so fucked up in the head for whatever reason; he was trapped in his own world and not getting key social experiences that would have calibrated him and given him perspective. His anti-game was a bigger factor than everything else combined.

        Coming full circle, appearance, income, height shouldn’t be trivialized, as you say; they often matter a great deal in terms of psychological baggage a guy may have. But part of game is realizing that their importance is vastly inflated in your mind and letting go of all that.

        I doubt Kucinich negged his wife on her fingernails. As I commented below, I suspect he lucked into a situation where a lot of the tough stuff was already handled, although to his credit a lot of guys still would have managed to fuck it up. And fingernail talk would seem kind of weird coming from a guy like him anyway.

        Jokah Macpherson

        February 21, 2017 at 10:17 pm

  8. A few years ago I thought there were a lot if redheads in TV commercials. Then I read an article saying that casting agents do in fact hire redheads at higher levels than their population warrants.
    That’s because red hair is so noticeable because of its rarity.

    dsgntd_plyr

    February 20, 2017 at 3:46 pm

    • I just finished reading Fanny Trollope’s Domestic Manners of the Americans and she commented on the abundance of redheads during her travels on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers in the 1820s. She personally didn’t find red hair attractive but she did comment that the American people, both men and women, were very good-looking and healthy in appearance compared to the Brits and other Europeans that she was familiar with.

      Daniel

      February 20, 2017 at 4:47 pm

      • The Brits are no doubt the least attractive of Europeans, and not to mention, unhealthy appearance-wise, when talking about the average person on the street.

        Talking about the Anglo Proles from England just makes my blood boil. They also have a crappy postal system called the “Royal Mail”. Even Spain and Italy have done a better job delivering my parcels. I have lost items that were shipped out of London.

        JS

        February 20, 2017 at 9:57 pm

  9. Un the UK a lot of the white male converts to Islam are redheads. They are looked down on as “gingers” by Brits, ginger pubes are consudered a bog turn off in British pop culture. but they are probably considered exotic to Muslims and are welcomed into the community.

    DataExplorer

    February 20, 2017 at 3:46 pm

  10. Kucinich is alpha. That is how he got her. Do they have kids?

    Otis the Sweaty

    February 20, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    • Kucinich has only one kid from his first wife. Elizabeth is his third wife and they have not had kids together.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      February 20, 2017 at 4:23 pm

  11. Data point. Uber liberal, Samantha Power, former UN ambassador.

    Crazy thought. It is said that redheads are more sensitive to physical pain. Nah, that’s too ridiculous.

    Well, many redheads are Irish and Irish are quite liberal, notwithstanding the occasional Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity and the crew over at National Review.

    Daniel

    February 20, 2017 at 4:37 pm

  12. Susan Sarandon’s hair is auburn, and her eye color is brown. She’s not that pale. I think of true redheads as being translucently pale, often freckled, with blue or green eyes.

    Dennis Kucinich is an inspiration to all men, everywhere.

    gothamette

    February 20, 2017 at 4:58 pm

  13. I think Christian Lander identified red hair as Stuff White People Like in one of his books. I haven’t identified red hair as being listed on his website and I haven’t read his books in ages, so I might be wrong.

    Upper-middle class white liberals usually advance an image of themselves as being frail and unique. Red hair is relatively uncommon, and redheads get sunburned quite easily, while also needing more novacaine for their dental operations. So redheads actually are quite sensitive and rare.

    Sid

    February 20, 2017 at 5:40 pm

    • It was in the book but not the website.

      Red hair is seen as both natural and not mainstream, two thing that are highly coveted by all white people.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      February 20, 2017 at 6:29 pm

      • You meant to say ‘all SWPLs’ didn’t you? The guys at the gun and monster truck shows don’t seem to care much about the mainstream. Heck, some still wear mullets.

        Curle

        February 20, 2017 at 6:49 pm

      • When Christian Lander says “white people” he means it in an ironic way, you know that.

        Lion of the Blogosphere

        February 20, 2017 at 6:50 pm

      • “Red hair is seen as both natural and not mainstream, two thing that are highly coveted by all white people.”

        Asian women often dye their hair red, but right, it’s not particularly common for white women to dye their hair that color. In general, most women whose hair isn’t naturally red won’t have the right skin tone to pull it off.

        In contrast, the Wrong Kind of White Women love dyeing their hair blonde, to the point where fake blonde hair is prole.

        Sid

        February 21, 2017 at 12:58 am

      • “In contrast, the Wrong Kind of White Women love dyeing their hair blonde, to the point where fake blonde hair is prole.”

        That’s true. A young female relative of mine, with standard Mediterranean coloring dyes her hair blonde. I asked her why she did this. She said “With brown hair I look like every other Italian girl.” Of course, this is silly. All kinds of IA girls exist. Those who barely wear any makeup and would never dye their hair another color, ones who would dye it a color that looks appropriate for their skin shade, and those who do the Jersey Shore look and resemble characters from the movie “Grease.” I wanted to tell my relative, “Now you look like every other Italian girl who dyes her hair blonde not realizing that she doesn’t have the skin tone to pull off the look.” But we’re Sicilian, so starting a family feud wouldn’t be wise! Of course, she can have any hair color she chooses to. But I can’t imagine that you could be in your late 20’s and think that dyeing your hair blonde if you’re Italian is some kind of new idea. Ironically, this relative of mine, who was a young child in the early 1990’s claimed she found the singer Madonna embarrassing and shameful to the IA community. I guess she thinks her own kind of “blonde ambition” is different.

        Maryk

        February 23, 2017 at 7:59 pm

  14. “Does anyone know how the PUA community explains Dennis Kucinich hooking up with Elizabeth?”

    Well, they met when she was interviewing him for work. So right off the bat, she’s opening him (A1) and qualifying herself to him as a higher value person – a congressman worthy of an interview (A2). So when she jumps through his hoops to prove herself worthy (A3), he’s halfway there. They probably also have pretty similar stupid liberal worldview about how things should work so there’s most of the comfort phase and the ball is in his court to seal the deal.

    No hot chicks are coming to interview you or I so we have to put in a little more hard work.

    It is almost embarrassing how many supposedly alpha, badass guys met their younger 3rd wives when they were interviewing them. I can also think of Clint Eastwood and that one CEO guy whose name escapes me at the moment (recently published a book with his younger wife).

    Jokah Macpherson

    February 20, 2017 at 6:20 pm

    • Amy Harmon interviewed me once. For that series of articles where she won the Pullitzer Prize.

      I was also interviewed by writers for the Wall Street Journal, Fortune Magazine, CNN, and the Associated Press. I was once interviewed on-the-air on the morning show of some local radio station in the South.

      Lion of the Blogosphere

      February 20, 2017 at 6:31 pm

    • Veronica Peck met Gregory while interviewing HIM for a French magazine.

      Curle

      February 20, 2017 at 6:54 pm

    • Jack Welch is the CEO I was thinking of.

      Jokah Macpherson

      February 20, 2017 at 9:11 pm

    • Kevin Smith did this as well.

      ScarletNumber

      February 25, 2017 at 6:31 am

  15. Margaret Thatcher and Peggy Noonan are conservative women with red hair. Perhaps redheads are more likely to be conservative? I’m joking of course. I don’t see any reason why hair color would be associated with political views. Lots of women are ultra liberal especially those working in the entertainment industry or living in NYC. And I’m sure lots of them bleach and dye their hair. Perhaps you just notice women with red hair more because of the unusual color?

    As for Kucinich, if you read her wiki you’ll see that her career involves pushing leftwing causes within government, foundations, etc. So it’s not surprising she’d hook up with a leftwing senator.

    destructure

    February 20, 2017 at 8:21 pm

  16. OT but I hope you allow this because it picks up on the Flynn posts:

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/former-obama-officials-loyalists-waged-campaign-oust-flynn/?utm_content=buffer9c4b5&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

    Obama is behind this.

    Obama is running a shadow-government-in-exile, like the Free French in London.

    Never seen anything like this, Lion.

    This is true civil war.

    gothamette

    February 20, 2017 at 8:41 pm

    • But is Flynn really necessary for the Trump revolution now?

      So what is it about Flynn that made him an enemy of Deep State or Obama hacks?

      His fixation on Iran and his involvement with neo-con Michael Ledeen is not good.

      Trump is surrounding himself with Military Industrial complex careerists who just want more War Toys more Russophobic nonsense, more NATO support. Not good at all.

      Trump needs to cut back on the military and the CIA and build up the FBI and INS and ICE. Start hiring more people.

      Our enemy is not Russia, it’s Mexico and somewhat China. Maybe Trump shouldn’t say it publicly but his policies should show it.

      Rifleman

      February 20, 2017 at 10:23 pm

      • Gothamette — I’m right there with you. The political class is running a shadow government via the deep state. Of course we all knew they were going to. But I’m glad you keep pointing it out. Because this is unprecedented and undemocratic. In trying to delegitimize the Trump administration they’ve delegitimized themselves. The political class must be destroyed.

        destructure

        February 20, 2017 at 11:41 pm

      • “So what is it about Flynn that made him an enemy of Deep State or Obama hacks?”

        He opposed the Iran deal, and the Obama deep staters who were in favor of it destroyed him.

        The point here is that Obama left a series of Deep State booby traps to ensnare the Trump Admin in a series of scandals. See my later comment about this.

        Flynn himself is unimportant. The booby traps are important. Obama is important. He’s running a shadow government whose purpose is to destroy Trump. Got that?

        gothamette

        February 21, 2017 at 12:57 pm

  17. My buddy impregnated a redhead in a one-night stand. That was a big mistake; she turned out to be BPD, and he can’t ever completely cut her out of his life ’cause they have a child together.

    I mean come on people; God made condoms for a reason. And that reason is to not accidentally impregnate BPD chicks.

    Jokah Macpherson

    February 20, 2017 at 9:25 pm

  18. Chuck Ross is a pretty cool male ginger. I miss the GLP blog.

    Jokah Macpherson

    February 20, 2017 at 9:28 pm

  19. How is the woman in this commercial a bleeding heart liberal?

    Hermes

    February 20, 2017 at 11:54 pm

  20. There’s a genetic term for red hair which translates into: attractive in women and less desirable in men. For this reason, the gene tends to get passed on.

    No doubt redheaded men have it tougher, but confidence goes a long way.

    SWPL2

    February 21, 2017 at 9:40 am

  21. […] soon as I saw that the lead character was a redheaded woman with pale skin, I already knew that she would be passionately advocating an empathetic approach to the aliens, […]


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