Wednesday Night in Philadelphia *Open Thread*



Another night in Philadelphia  and all leading to the grand finale – Hillary’s acceptance screech speech.

I really don’t understand why the Progressive Party continues with the pretense of caring about religion. It’s all too obvious they don’t.

Call to Order: U.S. Representative Marcia Fudge (Ohio)
Invocation: Rev. William Byron
Pledge of Allegiance: Monroe Handy
National Anthem: Sebastien De La Cruz

There wasn’t a chance on earth that I would watch this celebration of dishonesty and corruption. Especially since Obama and Biden both spoke. I would rather set my hair on fire and put the flames out with a hammer than listen to either of them. Reading a transcript is just barely, bearable.

According to the liar-in-chief  “There Has Never Been Anyone More Qualified to Serve as President”. If you happen to believe him, since he seemed to give a pretty good speech, you probably still believe that if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor. He also tried to convince people that Tim Kaine was a great choice.

Obama said that Clinton’s VP pick should clear up any doubt about her judgment.  He added that Clinton is the most qualified candidate in the history of the United States.

Vice-Presidential nomination is scheduled. Oh joy, joy, joy I can hardly wait to see and hear Tim Kaine.

POTUS might have been thrilled with Hillary’s VP pick but the crowd? Meh. Kaine got a lukewarm reception from DNC’s liberal wing. Kaine spoke in generalities about party issues and sometimes in fluent Spanish. Still he wasn’t booed and most of the crowd cheered and waved their signs.

And there was something for everyone…


Then there was Biden’s speech. Crazy Old Uncle Joe outdid himself.   Joe Biden Addresses the DNC: “Obama’s One of the Finest Presidents Ever!” After he says something that delusional is there any reason to listen to anything else he had to say? And the Dems call Trump crazy? Funny isn’t it that for once that both left and right get it right?


Sheila Jackson Lee invokes Texas trailblazer in DNC address

“The universe is sometimes dark, but there are bright, bright, bright stars that light our way. They will guide us to a safer, more prosperous and more equitable America,” she said, saying Clinton and her running mate, Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine, are the path forward.

“Stand up, Democrats, and see the light.”

Although Jackson Lee is known for saying stupid things, being a stupid woman, telling Dems to “stand up and see the light” actually leaves me speechless. If anyone, anywhere sees Hillary Clinton as the light…

I don’t understand why a black community filled with smart, decent, honest people elects fools like Hand Johnson and Sheila Jackson Lee. If you are determined to vote for someone with the right color skin at least try to find someone with other qualities. They are numerous.  And don’t admit, even to yourself, that it is racist to vote for someone because of the color of their skin. Racist whites are dying out. Racist blacks are increasing in numbers as the left convinces them that they are victims.

Some Berniebots still not happy about the way thing went. Guess they thought the Democrat way of picking their nominee was somehow more honest than the RNC. Silly Berniebots. Superdelegates have been the Dem way for a long time. Superdelegate defection lost in 2008 for Hillary. Now they came back to Grandma and all is well in Superdelegate world. And the DNC. And the Democrat elite establishment.

According to the Daily Caller some Democratic Delegates  were Outraged Chick-Fil-A Served At DNC. Because nothing says unity like the PC chicken sandwich. Some people  live to be outraged about something.

A little Hillary whine to lighten the mood. What is it about Democrats that make them so like to play the victim?  What is it about the Democrat voters that makes them vote for such pathetic creatures?


 For an added touch of creepiness Video Emerges of Planned Parenthood President at Private DNC Party. According to reports:
Planned Parenthood hosted a very private Sex, Politics and Cocktails” party during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday night where the group’s president expressed support for abortion and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Because nothing says “Presidential” like abortion. Remember when Clinton used to talk about abortion being safe and rare? I do, vaguely. Evidently the rare part has been replaced by free.
I really don’t know what else to say about this convention that seems to be going out of it’s way to alienate 1/2 of Americans. Just as the RNC did to the other half.
I begin to accept what radio personality Steve Deace says: “We are many countries trying to live under one flag. I suspect it isn’t working as well as it once did and will soon not work at all. But that’s just me being pessimistic. After all reading and writing about two conventions in a row is enough to depress even an optimist.
I leave you with what I think shows the Dem Convention in all it’s tacky glory…

Not much different than the promises from the right.


29 Responses to “Wednesday Night in Philadelphia *Open Thread*”

  1. helenk3 Says:

    this is interesting. according to this chart dems to gain 5 to 15 house seats

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      If the GOP angers enough of their voters they aren’t even going to show up to vote down ticket. The Trumpanzees and their culture of crap and insulting anyone that won’t climb on the crazy Trump train are not helping.

      The only reason I intended to bother to vote was to vote was to vote for Senator Ron Johnson in order to keep Russ Feingold from returning to the Senate. Now Johnson has endorsed Trump.

      I am wondering if I will even bother, for the first time in my life not voting at all.

  2. helenk3 Says:

  3. helenk3 Says:

    composite video of backtrack and himself. 119 times that’s a lot

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      Obama cannot talk without talking about himself. It’s just who and what he is. Trump is the same. It’s how narcissists are wired.

  4. helenk3 Says:

    Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid says Sen. Chuck Schumer is ‘going to be my successor’ – @davecatanese
    See original on

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      How nice of him to tell the Democrat senators who they have to vote for even after he’s gone. What a POS!

  5. helenk3 Says:

    do not mess with Philly cops. they’re not PC

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      Good for them. Cops shouldn’t be “PC”. They should enforce the law. Too bad politicians don’t do the same!

  6. helenk3 Says:

    I don’t think he got this right

  7. helenk3 Says:

    mosley blames everyone but herself

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      Of course she does. She was playing politics and it backfired on her. She was willing to send good, decent police officers to jail in order to promote her career. How evil is that?

      Luckily a decent judge followed the law and not the current politics in her city.

      Mosley should be done. We’ll see if the AA citizenry that likes playing victims attempts to resurrect her.

  8. helenk3 Says:

    well Joe we promised Hillary the presidency this time. But we will give your brother a $100 million contract to build houses in Iraq. Does that make you feel better?

  9. helenk3 Says:

    this is sickening

  10. helenk3 Says:

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      Just seeing that guy next to Jesse makes me wonder if he’s travelled back in time. Wow is the Dem party where old hippies go to die?

  11. helenk3 Says:

    wonder if the dems expected bernie to start a revolution?

  12. kenoshamarge Says:

    “When once a republic is corrupted, there is no possibility of remedying any of the growing evils but by removing the corruption and restoring its lost principles; every other correction is either useless or a new evil.” ~ Thomas Jefferson

  13. Rabble Rouser Reverend Amy Says:

    Like you, I have far more important things to do tonight than watch the spectacle, like watching paint dry or something. Yeah, too busy. Ahem.

    Another great post, Marge!

    I have to say, I cannot help but be struck by the irony of Obama admitting what we all knew back in 2008 – Clinton was more qualified than he was, but the DNC did then what it is doing now and shaped the nomination. Same-o, same-o…

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      I also wonder if she was as bad then as she is now and we just didn’t know. I wonder if perhaps eight years of resentment and anger haven’t made her the harridanshe is now. I don’t believe she ever was what we thought she was.

      I wonder if she had won back then if she might not have been a somewhat decent POTUS – just to prove that she was as good or better than Bill. I think she’s been warped by experience and resentment and anger and is now as bad as the right think she is. I don’t believe that she was then. JMO. Or maybe I just don’t want to believe I was that wrong back then.

      • Rabble Rouser Reverend Amy Says:

        The Party has changed so much in 8 yrs, hasn’t it? I have to think she would have been better than Obama. We sure wouldn’t have the racial animus now that we do under her, I don’t think.

        But yeah – she probably wasn’t as good as we thought she was back then. Her serving Obama does seem to have made her worse, though, especially since she had to carry out Obama’s policies…

        So yeah – I agree with you. And it may be a bit not wanting to be wrong, but I do think she was better. Remember her speeches then? They were inspiring, not stilted, and she constantly showed her mastery of policy. Now, she seems to talk on a much lower educational level, and has slowed down her speech considerably. Telling that…

  14. helenk3 Says:

    you can’t make this up
    DNC salute to OUR vets shows Russian warships

  15. Rabble Rouser Reverend Amy Says:

    Because this is just funny:

  16. helenk3 Says:

    this could get interesting

  17. Rabble Rouser Reverend Amy Says:

    Patti Davis, Reagan’s daughter, had a post abt the release of her father’s would-be assassin, a man who demonstrated other bizarre behavior. How Hinckley was allowed unsupervised visits much less get released defies reason:

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      She’s right. It does defy reason. Released to his mother’s custody? What is an woman her age to do if he goes off the rails again?

  18. Rabble Rouser Reverend Amy Says:

    David Harsanyi had an excellent piece at the Federalist on how badly the GOP blew it:

    • kenoshamarge Says:

      I love David Harsanyi pieces and I missed this one looking for stuff about the DNC Convention. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. He’s always worth a read.

      New post up.

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