Clay Bennett for January 30, 2021


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    Concretionist  5 months ago

    That red coat really SHOULD be white… with sleeves that tie in the back.

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    DrDon1  5 months ago

    ^ Tragically, she represents her District in Congress and has K. McCarthy’s support!

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    RAGs  5 months ago

    That is NOT the type of Greene energy we need.

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    Coopersdad  5 months ago

    She is one REPULSIVE “human being”!

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    braindead Premium Member 5 months ago

    What is the over/under for when she’ll shoot a Democrat?

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    chmsam  5 months ago

    That person leaves a slime trail that a slug would find repulsive.

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    The Love of Money is . . .  5 months ago

    How many people would have voted the way they did 4 years ago if they could see what has happened?

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    LeslieBark  5 months ago

    The thing about conspiracy theories—they take away all the burden of actually having to think, thus eliminating all that onerous labor of seeking out and examining evidence, and all that hard mental work of reasoning and coming to logical conclusions based on facts (Real provable, reproducible facts, not “alternative” facts). Too many people prefer to travel that wide inviting road … January 6 showed us where that road leads!

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    The Love of Money is . . .  5 months ago

    Breaking News: “Black Lives Matter” movement nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

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    rekam Premium Member 5 months ago

    2 Democrats and a Stupid Trumpublican.

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    moosemin  5 months ago

    She’s a good example of Woman’s rights and equality, that women can be $#@*&=! just as well as men.

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    Zev  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Something tells me the district that voted her in is just as bad.

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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 5 months ago

    14th Congressional district in GA occupies the extreme (no pun intended) NW corner of the state, and was carved out (gerrymandered) by Republicans after the 2010 census. It has the towns of Rome, Calhoun and Dalton, and has a dozen small counties. With a Cook Partisan Voting Index of R+27, it is the 10th most Republican district in the nation. Population 732,132 (2019), median income $56k, 84% white, 12% Hispanic, 9.5% Black, 1% Asian, and .5% Native American, 60% urban, 40% rural. Among GA’s congressional districts, only the neighboring 9th district is more Republican. Since its creation, no Democrat has managed as much as 30 percent of the vote. Greene was elected with a whopping 75% of the vote (229,827).

    So yeah. Whadja expect from that kind of district?


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    Zuhlamon Premium Member 5 months ago

    San Diego has its’ whackadoo districts, too, but not as bad as GA’s 14th. CA’s 50th district had previously elected Duncan Hunter (after that crook was convicted and imprisoned, later pardoned by Trump), then narrowly elected Darrel Issa in 2020 after that political slime-ball was literally chased out of the cushier 49th coastal district (run out on a rail by the intelligent progressives). The political ads by Issa were especially obnoxious for its outright lies and hate-filled Trumpist diatribes. That slime-ball narrowly eked out a win, primarily by white men, so there’s hope for future elections.

    2010 census data: Population: 724,472; Gender: 51.2% Female, 48.8% Male; Race: 81.4% White, 5.2% Asian, 2.2% Black, 1.5% Native Am; Median income $55k

    Cook Partisan Voting Index of R+11


    This is the district that encompasses much of the rural portion of gigantic San Diego County (central and NE), infamous for its’ rabid Trump / ISIS rednecks careening around in their tricked-out trucks waving their stupid MAGA flags. My wife and I, who attempted to patronize their markets, were personally harassed by the sumbitches for wearing masks (“Only criminals wear masks!”), and the merchants of the towns (e.g., Ramona, Alpine, and Julian) have suffered greatly after coastal visitors and their families were similarly harassed and scared away. Sherriff deputies have been doing their best to reign in these wannabe rambos, but visitors beware: the force of hatred is strong in those whackos.

    “MAGA”, my ass.

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    hardwickd  5 months ago

    She’s despicable pig – on her best day.

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    scote1379 Premium Member 5 months ago

    I have faith that this GQP nut job will screw it up so bad that it will be gone, the problem is how much damage it will do in the mean time ! The GQP has no Backbone to police its own especially when it has been anointed by Trumpie the Clown !

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    William Bednar Premium Member 5 months ago

    More like a hundred giant leaps back. Back to the Antebellum period. Marjorie Green is so messed up that she thinks Jefferson Davis won the 2020 election.

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    NeedaChuckle Premium Member 5 months ago

    Some Rep had her office changed away for Greene’s because her and her staff go maskless and stand out in the halls harassing Democrats like kids in the playground. Republicans wonder why we think they are STUPID! We don’t THINK, we KNOW!

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    PraiseofFolly  5 months ago

    On the Right: A sour Georgia peach. Or a pungent Vidalia onion. Raised in red soil.

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    Huckleberry Hiroshima  5 months ago

    They walk among us.

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    jhroos  5 months ago

    She is a shameful embarrassment to the nation. Accordingly, she fits right in with the present day Republican party!

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    Zebrastripes  5 months ago

    She needs to go! She’s more evil than trump!

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    piper_gilbert  5 months ago

    She is an absolute cancer in the GOP. Why remove her?

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    superposition  5 months ago

    It has gotten to the point that the seditious confederation of GOP Congressmembers is mocking the Republic by willfully allowing the sedition and conspiracy theories to flourish.They have captured the American flag, will trample on it, burn it, and our Constitution as well if continue to pretend that they are working with us for the nation as a whole.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 5 months ago

    2 heroes and a DOMESTIC TERRORIST!

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 5 months ago

    If she doubles down.. defends her statements.. she will increase the number of her followers. She, and a number of others.. have taken trumps method to heart.

    America has a lot of pent up frustration, Fox News and talk radio depend on it. Americas best days are long past.

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    For a Just and Peaceful World  5 months ago

    Cori Bush says she is moving offices to get away from Marjorie Taylor Greene after mask altercation

    Democratic Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri announced Friday that she will be moving her office away from GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, following a heated exchange earlier this month where Bush confronted Greene about not wearing a mask in a hallway on Capitol Hill.

    Video posted by Greene shows part of mask altercation with Bush

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    MuddyUSA  Premium Member 5 months ago

    @Concretionist – You liberal prejudice is showing!

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    Michael G.  5 months ago

    And still, Jews, Latinos, and African-Americans support the US Nazi Party.

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    Bubba_Boo Premium Member 5 months ago

    Unfortunately, there are self-haters in every group.

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    Ally2005  5 months ago

    Some people are just plain nuts. Some seek attention at any cost. Some are very dangerous. She’s all three, and in national government to boot. She needs to be removed from office but she won’t be because too many House members are afraid of her and their(Trump) base. A sorry/dangerous state of affairs.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 5 months ago

    “I do not believe that was Ruth. No. I don’t think so.”

    — Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, a known conspiracy theorist, in response to a caller during a February 26, 2019, appearance on the pro-Trump website According to a report from Media Matters, during her appearance, a caller asked Greene if she’d seen “the picture” of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at “the airport” (i.e., National Airport) “walking straight up right like it’s a whole new person” and asked her if she believed “that is Ruth.” Before Greene could respond, host Will Johnson jumped in, saying, “It’s almost like a body double like Hillary Clinton.”

    She really IS NUTS!!!!

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    garcalej  5 months ago

    Following the old Sarah Palin playbook: fill your social media with controversial, inflammatory content, then sit back as the media makes your molehill into a mountain and the wingnuts fill your campaign chest to bursting.

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    superposition  5 months ago

    Are the “Republicans” such chronic liars and disseminators of innuendo, conspiracy theories, and supernatural dreams, that they feel everyone else is as well and there is NO objective truth/reality? Is it the environment she lived in that makes Greene so amoral and unAmerican?

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    Retired engineer  5 months ago

    Newest news about Greene. She claims that Ruth Bader Ginsburg died years ago, and was replaced by a body double. Somehow her family and the other judges didn’t notice, I guess.

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    theoldidahofox  5 months ago

    If she keeps refusing to wear a mask, maybe she will get COVID and die.

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    Pgalden1 Premium Member 5 months ago

    She represents the voters in her district. If she doesn’t get recalled by them, that says a lot about the majority of folks in Northwest GA.

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    tamrich59  5 months ago

    I think you have it backwards!

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    Not the Smartest Man On the Planet -- Maybe Close Premium Member 4 months ago

    I would love to see some interviews with Georgia voters explaining their choices. I doubt there’d be much overlap between the red and the blue.

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    jimmjonzz Premium Member 4 months ago

    Many years ago, I lived in Tennessee just across the state line from several of the Georgia counties that make up her home district. In that part of Tennessee there were simply no public school teaching jobs to be had. For three years, I made a daily car-pool commute to teach in that part of Georgia. I taught in two different counties and heard the racist lore of the others. As in, “Don’t be out after sundown unless you’re white.”

    In one county, the joke was that every downtown block had at least one bar and one divorce lawyer. Not true, but too close to true for comfort.

    Contrary to the current demographics, there were almost no black residents in either of the two counties that I worked in. One year, I taught in a high school where I had 150 students every day… every single one white.

    I taught so many kids whose brothers and sisters all had different fathers. Most of my students had no expectation beyond working in the blue collar industries in the area. I only met one set of parents in the years I taught there. PTA meetings were ridiculous in that almost no parents ever attended.

    Unemployment was high, money scarce. I never had enough textbooks to issue to the students, so the books stayed in the class rooms. Therefore, textbook homework or study was impossible. But there was plenty of money for sports team equipment.

    I could literally talk non-stop for eight hours about how dismal the situation was.

    I tried to teach some critical thinking skills. This usually took the form of discussing the latest crazy urban legend at any given moment. By the end of each year, I had at least a few who would roll their eyes and say, “Urban legend!” When another outlandish story would pop up.

    The district is now represented by a crazy super-spreader of conspiracy theory, the malignant descendant of the usually harmless urban legend.

    I still live in Georgia, but in Cobb County. We voted for Hillary four years ago.

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    PaulGoes  4 months ago

    No, a red coat opposing the United States is a tradition that goes all the way back to the 1770s.

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    ragsarooni Premium Member 4 months ago

    Makes ya wonder: if humans were created in His Image then what the hell happened w/her?! ;-)

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    bakana  4 months ago

    The Reach Wing thinks it’s a step forward because they elected a Female Racist.

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    wildthing  4 months ago

    Et tu Q?

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