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Eliot Rosewater

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I will never get over how many Americans were tricked into hating


I like her.


“I can’t know what was in Comey’s head. I don’t know if he had anything against me personally, or if he thought I was going to win the election and worried that if he didn’t speak out he’d later be attacked by Republicans or his own agents. What I do know, though, is that when you’re the head of an agency as important as the FBI, you have to care a lot more about how things really are than how they look, and you have to be willing to take the heat that goes along with the big job.”

I wish we could dedicate more space to her here, especially her quotes.

Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Wed Mar 21, 2018, 02:20 PM (26 replies)

Every HOUR, not day, this TRAITOR and his enabling group of traitors is in power

this country loses more and more of her soul and respect from the world.

We may be able to salvage our name in the world but ONLY if we do something and now!

As it is now, the republican party and their philosophy is America. This is what the rest of the world sees and other than Putin and some Russians, nobody likes it.

Everybody sees him for what he is, ESPECIALLY when contrasting him with the man before him who I wont name because I refuse to have their names in the same thought.

Precious little time left to save ourselves.
Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Wed Mar 21, 2018, 02:06 PM (1 replies)

One more seat, ONE. One more representative with a D instead of an R, ONE, just ONE!

Do people understand how our government works?

Who runs committes in the House and Senate?

Who decides whether or not a bill is even VOTED on AT ALL, let alone how it is voted on?

Let's say there is a bill for, oh I dont know, VOTING RIGHTS or CIVIL RIGHTS, might even change this country in a major way for the better for minorities; guess what though, if the R's are in charge, you wont have to worry about how many Democrats voted or didnt for the bill, because there will be NO VOTE, it WONT happen.

The party controlling the House decides practically everything our government does, period. The same goes for the Senate.

Either you want the NAZIS out of power and the Democrats in power, or you dont.

What happened in 1964 has nothing to do with today, hopefully people understand there is no longer a republican party capable of doing the right thing. Sure, back then the R party were not the racists, per se.
Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Wed Mar 21, 2018, 01:57 PM (9 replies)

Google Chrome and Flash, what a PAIN

I wish there was a way to make it work, I have mine like this

"block sites from running flash is NOT turned o"

and yet I get that deal where I cant use it, adding a website to allowed sites wont work

What can I do>?
Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Wed Mar 21, 2018, 12:36 PM (16 replies)

Are there trump/chief traitor voters who are "reachable?"

Probably, but they dont need to be "reached" or convinced or talked nicely to, in order for them to do the right thing and vote for any Democrat.

If they are decent people, they dont need us to say anything to them and nothing we say could matter, they will do the right thing, period.

If I have to REACH out to you to get you not to vote for Hitler to continue in power or someone like him, then I simply cant reach that far.
Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Sun Mar 18, 2018, 06:27 PM (48 replies)

How has THIS California NIGHTMARE been kept a secret for so GOD DAMN LONG?


Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Fri Mar 16, 2018, 07:52 PM (17 replies)

Open Primary in CA was proposition written by a REPUBLICAN & Independent Voter Project - FUCK


It was authored by State Senator Abel Maldonado,

Independent Voter Project in 2008


California Proposition 14 (2010)
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Proposition 14 is a California ballot proposition that appeared on the ballot during the June 2010 state elections. It was a constitutional amendment that effectively transformed California's non-Presidential elections from first-past-the-post to a nonpartisan blanket primary (similar to a two-round system). The proposition was legislatively referred to voters by the State Legislature and approved by 54% of the voters.

It consolidated all primary elections for a particular office into an election with one ballot that would be identical to all voters, regardless of their party preferences. The two candidates with the most votes in the primary election would then be the only candidates who would run in the general election, regardless of their party affiliation.

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Proposition 14 was a proposal to amend Sections 5 and 6 of Article II of the California State Constitution relating to elections. It is officially known as the Top Two Primaries Act.

It was authored by State Senator Abel Maldonado, who represented the 15th district as Senate Constitutional Amendment 4 of the 2009–2010 Regular Session (Resolution Chapter 2, Statutes of 2009).[1] It was based on a proposal drafted by the Independent Voter Project in 2008.[2] It was passed in the State Senate by a vote of 27 to 12 and in the State Assembly by a vote of 54 to 20.[1] The proposition was publicly backed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, as part of a deal in which Maldonado agreed to support his proposed 2009–2010 state budget, and was opposed by political parties.[3]

The passage of Proposition 14 changed the way that elections are conducted for all statewide offices in California (including the Governor and other executive positions, members of the State Legislature, and members of the State Board of Equalization), as well as for United States Senators and members of the United States House of Representatives. Proposition 14 does not affect the election of President and Vice-President of the United States, local offices, or non-partisan offices such as judges and the Superintendent of Public Instruction.[4]

Instead of allowing each political party to hold a primary election open to just its members (and independent voters, if the party chooses to do so) to determine its candidate for the general election, Proposition 14 proposed to create a single primary ballot that would be identical for all voters. All candidates running in the primary election, regardless of their political party preference (if any), would appear on that ballot. The two candidates with the most votes would then qualify for the general election, regardless of which party they identify with (if any).[4]

Proposition 14 specifically prohibits write-in candidates in the second round.[5]

Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Fri Mar 16, 2018, 07:46 PM (6 replies)

California Democrats agree they have too many candidates for Congress. What to do about them is the

California Democrats agree they have too many candidates for Congress. What to do about them is the problem


Democratic activists in Orange County threw an impromptu party with cake, party hats and singing after Republican Rep. Darrell Issa announced he was retiring.

But the exhilaration over the opportunity to capture a Republican congressional seat quickly turned to political panic.

All these new progressives running, might just FUCK Things up...

There are so many Democrats running for Congress in some districts that they could split the votes in the June 5 primary and send two Republicans to the November election,

guess who wrote the proposition

Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Fri Mar 16, 2018, 07:07 PM (53 replies)

Any Obama voter who voted for Trump who still TODAY supports Trump, cant be

reasoned with, so the discussion is meaningless.

And if what they want from me in order for them to vote for my candidate is for me to understand their fear of immigrants, gays , women or black people, then that aint ever gonna happen so no thanks. Dont need your vote.

also ANY Obama voter who voted for Trump who no longer supports trump but DOES support the GOP in general FUCK THEM TOO

Any Obama voter who voted for Stein or Johnson or NOT AT ALL, who says they will do similar again, FUCK THEM TOO
Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Fri Mar 16, 2018, 12:46 PM (5 replies)

Just a clarification, so called pro life people do not care AT ALL about the LIFE

of anyone let alone a new born baby.

How can someone who says this

or this

or this

actually give a shit about feeding babies?
Posted by Eliot Rosewater | Fri Mar 16, 2018, 12:19 PM (3 replies)
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