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Right Wing Whackos


Right Wing Whackos

This is a place to post discussions and news articles about the right wing. 

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Members: 21
Latest Activity: Mar 2

Discussion Forum

Fascism And Populism In Europe

Started by Ali. Last reply by Chris Jan 2, 2014. 34 Replies

the norwegian right-wing anders breivik Since…Continue

Radio Host wants to “shoot Hillary Clinton in the vagina” and says, “I want her to feel the pain”

Started by Neal. Last reply by Neal May 20, 2013. 5 Replies

Amazingly the hate only continues. There must be an audience for it, otherwise these types of cretins wouldn't make the news. May 17, 2013 By Anomaly…Continue

Tags: hillary, in, the, vagina, shoot

Rush Limbaugh Touts 13-Year-Old Who ‘Proved’ Global Warming Is A Hoax

Started by Neal. Last reply by Neal Apr 8, 2013. 2 Replies

Excellent, children and sheepherders from the past are always the ones to turn to for real science.By Rebecca Leber on Apr 5, 2013 at 10:59 amOn his radio show this week,…Continue

Tags: wisdom, rush, limbaugh, needs, the

The Most Widely Believed Conspiracy Theory in America Revealed in New Poll

Started by Michel. Last reply by Neal Apr 3, 2013. 4 Replies

BIRTHERS!New poll indicates 64% of Republicans are BirthersJanuary 17, 2013  | …Continue

Tags: certificate, Joe Arpaio, birth, Obama, conspiracy

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Comment by Chris on March 2, 2016 at 8:30pm

Ted Cruz

Commerce, Science, and Transportation Subcommittee

Some electected representatives become committee members of subjects they don't seem to know anything about.

James Inhoff mocks 'Global Warming' with Snowball

Comment by Chris on March 2, 2016 at 8:08pm

On Ben Carson and Judeo-Christian Nation.

If he knew anything about the background of his Christian faith he would, or should know that Muslims are part of the base of the 'trinity' which is Abrahamic religions.

Ted Cruz, another leader in the Republican race

Published on Dec 16, 2015

Republican Party presidential candidate Ted Cruz wants "to carpet-bomb ISIS into oblivion, testing if sand can glow in the dark."
"If we topple Assad, ISIS will take over Syria."

Comment by Stephen on February 25, 2016 at 12:26pm

How South Carolina Became Trump Country

There's a reason why his anti-Muslim message is resonating there.

Terry Fulton put this sign outside his store last fall "to let people know they don’t have to worry about a mass shooting over here at Fulton’s tackle box."

Comment by Stephen on February 25, 2016 at 12:19pm

Donald Trump Supporters Are Even Scarier Than You Think. These Numbers Prove It.

| Wed Feb. 24, 2016 2:32 PM EST

In an election season dominated by racist and xenophobic language on the right, Donald Trump distinguishes himself even among his more outspoken Republican challengers. And according to a New York Times analysis of voters, so do his supporters, a majority of whom carry deeply intolerant attitudes toward gay people, Muslims, immigrants, and African Americans.

In fact, the report found 20 percent of Trump's base disagree with the freeing of slaves after the Civil War, and a staggering 70 percent would still like to see the Confederate flag flying above official grounds in their states.

One-third of Trump's primary supporters in South Carolina favored "barring gays and lesbians from entering the country." According to the Times, this is more than twice the support this proposal received by Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio backers.

Another third of his supporters think Japanese internment was an appropriate measure.

The analysis, which used polling data from recent YouGov and Public Policy Polling results, paints a disturbing portrait of the kind of voters with whom Trump's inflammatory messages are resonating. It could in part explain how the Republican fron-trunner has managed to clear yet another primary victory in Nevada this week.

For more on how Trump successfully tapped into South Carolina's angry and xenophobic voters, read our deep-dive on how the state became Trump country.


Comment by Stephen on February 24, 2016 at 10:06pm

I don't know who's more worrying Trump or this guy.

Comment by Stephen on December 18, 2015 at 3:57pm

If this isn't a right wing nut job I don't know who is.

Comment by Stephen on December 13, 2015 at 8:32pm

French far right National Front 'routed' in key vote

The mainstream parties pull together to defeat the National Front.



Comment by Chris on November 28, 2015 at 6:56pm

The elephant is a symbol for the U.S. Republican Party which is conservative.  I thought the video was a humorus representation of how the average person gets sat on, or enema(ted) by conservatives.

I didn't think it would post. I had been trying to post to this group numerous times for days. I often wouldn't even get a cursor. Other times I would write two sentances and receive the Exceeded 40,000 (?) Character Error message after hitting the Add Comment button.

I thought it was from line noise. AT&T ran tests last night and said the line noise has been low since the last tech came out. I thought line noise might be causing the exceeded character limit message.  Now I'm back to thinking it's a Ning bandwidth problem.  It doesn't make sense that some groups are more problematic than others. I guess it depends upon where it's stored in the Ning database

Comment by doone on November 27, 2015 at 9:30pm

The right wing in the USA are Fat Headed and Footed Elephants

The Democratic Donkey and the Republican Elephant

Ever wondered what the story was behind these two famous party animals?

The now-famous Democratic donkey was first associated with Democrat Andrew Jackson's 1828 presidential campaign. His opponents called him a jackass (a donkey), and Jackson decided to use the image of the strong-willed animal on his campaign posters. Later, cartoonist Thomas Nast used the Democratic donkey in newspaper cartoons and made the symbol famous.

Nast invented another famous symbol—the Republican elephant. In a cartoon that appeared in Harper's Weekly in 1874, Nast drew a donkey clothed in lion's skin, scaring away all the animals at the zoo. One of those animals, the elephant, was labeled “The Republican Vote.” That's all it took for the elephant to become associated with the Republican Party.

Democrats today say the donkey is smart and brave, while Republicans say the elephant is strong and dignified.

Comment by Stephen on November 27, 2015 at 9:16pm

Chris what has a video of a man getting his head stuck up an elephants butt got to do with right wing whackos ?????


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