8 Responses to “American Senator Calls for ‘National Divorce’ between Democrat and Republican States – Is It All Over ‘Wokeness’?”

  1. trev Says:

    I think some of the madder Right-wing nuts actually want a second civil war, or a war against the federal government.

  2. Brian Burden Says:

    It was Sarah Palin, McCain’s running mate against Obama, who touted the notion that Obama was a closet Muslim and, as I recall, that his birth certificate would show that he was not even a US citizen. McCain, to his great credit, refused to endorse this nonsense.

    • beastrabban Says:

      I didn’t know it was Failin’ Palin who started that. The best comment I heard about her came from an American on the radio, who compared her to the turtles people in the south put on fence posts. She was up there as vice-president, but like the turtles she shouldn’t be up there, she doesn’t know what she’s doing there, and we don’t know what idiot put her there.

  3. Mark Pattie Says:

    I think the “secession” mentality comes from Marjorie Taylor Batshit Q-Cultists Jewish Space Lasers Green and her pro-Putin acolytes, rather than ordinary Republicans. I think that most of the Obama smears are similar to what the Tories and FBPE Labour were smearing Corbyn with- that he’d be a Maoist/Islamist/Stalinist dictator who’d take away our freedoms. ‘Cept he would never have been that way- if anything he rebelled against Johnson’s Covid-induced Tory dictatorship quite a few times. Unlike Starmer, who is being treated as some kind of Moses who will lead Britain into a Canaan of higher wages, liberty and prosperity?

    • beastrabban Says:

      Yup. Speaking of Stalin, I got a round-robin email from him and his crew laying out his 5 principles for Britain. I’ll blog on this later. Just looking at it, it seems totally vacuous – something that any and every politician would say, regardless of the real policies or intentions.

      • Mark Pattie Says:

        Indeed. I’ve heard somewhere that there are former Corbyn-supporters who are prepared to vote for either the Tories or Reform rather than Starmer. I would never vote Tory (in no small part thanks to Bunter Johnson) but if Starmer goes full Blairised robot and pushes national ID I will either vote LibDem, Ind. or Green.

      • beastrabban Says:

        I think a lot of people feel exactly the same way you do.

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