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Removed dead links and PINOs, Progressive In Name Only: Republicans Lite.

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I and my family, my hometown and the all of Cascadia have experienced first hand what a Clinton in the White House can do. timberThe first thing Mr I Didn’t Inhale did after Ross Perot and Donald T Rump split the Retard vote and tossed him the keys was shut down the Pacific Northwest’s timber industry. Put an end to the comfortable middle-class way of life my family enjoyed here for five generations, for over a hundred years. Which cast I and my family, my community, my hometown and the whole damned state into a degree of abject poverty we have yet to recover from.

Be careful what you wish for.

Six billion people, not to mention billions if not trillions of other creatures, on a planet that can barely sustain one. Do the math. And grow thicker skin, as there will be pain and suffering, and even death. In the billions. I’m not sure that’s necessarily such a bad thing. It is not necessarily the strong who survive.

Think afarensis .

Creedence Clearwater Revival

I am sixty-one years old and have been politically aware since John Kennedy was shot; politically active – a revolutionary – since my sixteenth birthday, when four students were gunned down in cold blood on the campus of Kent State University. Three of the students were merely walking to class.

I DON’T HAVE TO EXPLAIN MY DECISIONS TO ANYBODY!

downloadI don’t have to put up with any bullying, belittling, condescending, Cheshire Cat smug bullshit either. I get enough of that from the Retards. If anything the Republican Lite behavior the Clinton Deranged have subjected me to has only hardened my resolve around a decision not made lightly nor last week. Or last month or last year or even eight or ten years ago. I made that decision twenty-five years ago, and have hence seen no indication I am wrong.

I’m done talking about it. As I promised my son’s, I re-registered to primary for Sanders – a boondoggle, a waste of time and effort, as by the time Oregon primaries the decision has already been made – and will immediately after re-register back to No Party Affiliation. Should Sanders somehow secure the nomination without Clinton as VP I will this fall vote the democrat for the first time since Carter. Otherwise I’m not sure: I may vote as I have since Ross Perot (and Donald T Rump) split the Retard vote and handed the keys to the White House to Bill Clinton: Green; I may write-in as I did through the Raygun/Bush years Mickey Fucking Mouse; or vote the ticket that best advances the cause of Cascadia.

As to the Retard Lite treatment I’ve been subjected to by the Hillary-bots? Probably should have thought about that before shooting their mouths off. Their behaviour just cost their ticket a Non Party Affiliated vote, because unless Sanders tops the ticket I will not vote a democrat at any level. Should have thought of that before stabbing Kitzhaber in the back.

Unlike a few Retards around here, they’re fortunate to still have their teeth. That’s how I deal with republican assholes, I have no problem doing the same with democrat assholes.

Postscript: you would do well to recall that over twenty percent (20%) of Oregon voters are Non Party Affiliated.

For 24 years Bill and Hillary Clinton have courted Wall Street money with notable success. During that time the New York banks contributed:wp-1449962444236.jpeg

* $11.17 million to Bill Clinton’s presidential campaign in 1992.

*$28.37 million for his re-election in 1996.

*$2.13 million to Hillary Clinton’s senatorial campaign in 2002.

*$6.02 million for her re-election in 2006.

*$14.61 million to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2008.

*$21.42 million to her 2016 campaign.

The total here is $83.72 million for the six campaigns, disbursed from eleven congenial banks: Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, UBS, Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, Wells Fargo, Barclay’s, JP Morgan Chase, CIBC, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, and Morgan Stanley.

You’re either with us, or against us. It’s not a question.

If I can’t get a one hundred dollar per tire per year stud tax I will happily pay a nickel a gallon gas tax to fix the streets the stupid assholes running studded tires are destroying.

Got a problem with that? Get the fuck out my hometown, your kind isn’t welcome here.

Or step outside.

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You’re either with us, or against us. It’s not a question.

I lost friends eight years ago to Clinton Derangement Syndrome, or more accurately a number of this venue who had previously enjoyed my respect no longer enjoyed that respect. It’s happening again. It was bad eight years ago, now it’s downright republican. And may well end my wavering towards the democrat if Sanders tops the ticket, and result in a stoic resolution to not vote the democrat even if Bernie tops the ticket.

It was bad eight years ago, today it is downright republican.

Writes a letter to the editor, rips The Oregonian a new blowhole…

The Oregonian’s A1 headline on Sunday, Jan. 17, “Effort to free federal lands,” is inaccurate and irresponsible. The article that follows it is a mere mouthpiece for the scofflaws illegally occupying public buildings and land, repeating their lies and distortions of history and law.

Ammon Bundy and his bullyboys aren’t trying to free federal lands, but to hold them hostage. I can’t go to the Malheur refuge now, though as a citizen of the United States, I own it and have the freedom of it. That’s what public land is: land that belongs to the public — me, you, every law-abiding American. The people it doesn’t belong to and who don’t belong there are those who grabbed it by force of arms, flaunting their contempt for the local citizens.

Those citizens of Harney County have carefully hammered out agreements to manage the refuge in the best interest of landowners, scientists, visitors, tourists, livestock and wildlife. They’re suffering more every day, economically and otherwise, from this invasion by outsiders.

Instead of parroting the meaningless rants of a flock of Right-Winged Loonybirds infesting the refuge, why doesn’t The Oregonian talk to the people who live there?

Ursula K. Le Guin
Northwest Portland

Award-winning author Ursula K. Le Guin has lived in Oregon for more than half a century, and has regularly visited the region surrounding the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge for 45 years.

Those bozos have been asked to leave, and would do well to get the fuck out before the locals take matters into their own. Haven’t hanged anybody out there since nineteen sixty-two.

I first saw The Eagles when they were opening for Credence Clearwater Revival, as Linda Ronstadt’s backup band. I’ll not add to the All Eagles All The Time marking the loss of Glenn Frey other than to say that this is going to continue to happen with perhaps alarming frequency as we continue to age, and as a product of mid-fifties promiscuous pregnancy and mid-sixties serial southern California divorce, of a Unique Generation whose parents didn’t do any favors, The Eagles have pretty much been the soundtrack to my life.

Go in Peace Old Friend, you can check out any time you’d like…

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