The Coming Civil War?

H/T Scissorhead Jimmy-T found it.

Just out of curiosity, has anyone seen any official Republican push-back to Rep. 3-Toes calling for secession yesterday? I have not seen anything other than Liz Cheney (no longer in office).

It’s problematic that there has not been an official rebuke, and I wonder if this means that the party of Lincoln is now officially the New Confederacy agitating for civil war. Is secession really on the table?


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11 Responses to The Coming Civil War?

  1. No. Sporkfoot just loves shitposting. It is the key to keeping the base riled up to send $$.

    They THINK there are a lot of them because they’ve fully absorbed their “Vast sea of red voters cow pastures and cornfields” view of the US.

    There are far more of us than there are of them, as they’ll find out if they get off their lazy asses down in their mommy’s basement and venture into the real world, like the buncha RW “storm troops” that got driven to march in their UHaul only to find cops waiting to arrest their sorry asses before they even unloaded.

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    • tengrain says:

      All that is true, but… has anyone seen any official rebuke from Wingnut World HQ? I’m really surprised, TBH.



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      • No Wingnut World is all in on performative chest beating.

        They’re shitposters, eah and every one of them. More to the point. they’re all abject, craven cowards, who piss their pants and shit themselves if they anger the Cheetoh Emperor.

        Quevin, of course cannot rebuke the people holding his leash, it’s too much fun for the failed political press to complain about it.

        (they wouldn’t complain about it as they were fed to the bayonets, honestly. Their dying words will be “But both sides….arrrgh.” )

        and who listens to the silly dirty fucking hippies like us, anyway.

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  2. w3ski4me says:

    Oh yea, Great idea. Seceede because that worked so well last time. Tempted to say let them go and starve, but there are a lot of innocents involved in that outcome.
    I guess get along isn’t a concept they can understand.

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    • Martin Pollard says:

      They really don’t realize what would actually happen if we let them secede. All of the stuff they take for granted? Gone, because the federal government is no longer taking care of it for them. They think they can get a divorce, yet continue to live with the ex in the same house and receive all the benefits from the now-dissolved marriage. Sorry, sweet peas, but that ain’t how it works.

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    • ali redford says:

      Finally something! I myself was a notch above unsettled at the lack of patriotic indignance on that side.

      That story we used to get about the man who broke his oath then was sentenced according to his wish for the US not to be his country, ( ) keeps coming to mind when they continue to behave and speak publicly as they do. I know we don’t do that anymore, but it’s almost as if there are no penalties at all for breaking one’s oath in elected office.

      On a totally other tangent but still pertinent, it seems important to note that my 3d and 4th grade years got that story-redacted of course-(and parts are cringeworthy,) in our Reading books in, of all places, Springfield freakin’ MO. The story in full with all its cringe-worthyness was a paper-writing requirement for high school College Prep English, in NE KS. Times change, people change, I guess.

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  3. Sirius Lunacy says:

    Interesting how it is the most UNcivil members of Congress that are calling for civil war.

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  4. genelms says:

    If it is being instigated and potentially funded from an outside agitator, is it really a “civil war”?

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  5. sos says:

    Seems odd to be weeping for … Appomattox …


  6. paul fredine says:

    she’s more than welcome to leave. i can’t imagine there would be many people, at least not the sane ones, who would be sad to see her go.


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