Friday, October 16, 2015

GOP Chairman Reince Priebus speaks a little truth about the future of his party.

Courtesy of the Washington Examiner:  

"So I think that — I do think that we're cooked as a party for quite a while as a party if we don't win in 2016. So I do think that it's going to be hard to dig out of something like that," Priebus told the Examiner. "I don't anticipate that. I think ... history is on our side." 

This is not the first time Priebus has hinted at the troubles facing the GOP on the national stage. In June, Priebus told radio host Laura Ingraham that a third straight presidential loss for the party would result in them relinquishing their spot as a national party.

Okay Liberals do we really need ANY more incentive to get out and vote in 2016? 

I mean if the average age of the Supreme Court Justices was not enough to motivate you, surely the possibility of your vote destroying the Republican party will do that and more.

Hell as for me personally I am hoping that I vote so hard and so aggressively that it drives Priebus to his knees.

In fact I think I will envision driving a stake through the heart of some gigantic demonic beast while I cast my vote.

Because essentially that might be exactly what I am doing.


  1. Anonymous4:39 PM

    They need to rename themselves the Teaparticans. That should do it.

    1. Nah. "Party of Suckers," or POS.

  2. The GOP is "cooked as a party?"

    Well, I'm heartbroken. Heartbroken, I tell you.

    1. Or -- did he say "cooked" or "crooked?"

      Either way . . .

  3. Sgt. Preston of the Yukon6:33 PM

    I want Dick Cheney to run for president, with Ann Coulter as his running mate.

    1. Anonymous9:20 PM

      Oh, yeah...

  4. Sgt. Preston of the Yukon6:35 PM

    Or, failing that, a John McCain-Herman Cain ticket.
    They could bomb every country in the Middle East 999 times.

  5. Anonymous8:05 PM

    I live in Hawaii and I wonder, Gryphen - and anyone else, if Alaska has the same voter apathy as Hawaii. Because of our time zones and small electoral numbers. I also wonder if Bernie might excite the lazy ones next year?

  6. Anonymous8:09 PM

    Malia, thank you for being NORMAL and not letting haters dictate who you should be. ENJOY yourself. Anyone who criticizes a young person for doing what WE ALL DID is a colossal dumbass and hypocrite.

    1. Anonymous8:57 PM

      I don't understand what she is "doing". She is not drinking, she is not partying, she is just standing there looking very uncomfortable.

      So what are you inferring to as "we all did this"? We all stand around? Well yes we do.

      You kinda sound like Bristol with the "hater" language. Bringing this completely stupid non story here. Go back to your drunken brawls.

      Or I am completely misunderstanding your passive aggressive post.

    2. Anonymous10:39 PM

      We all didn't get drunk and pregnant at least twice like Bristol the Sex Pistol.

  7. Anonymous8:34 PM

    OT but Sarah Palin is being used in a anti gun documentary coming out this month....

  8. Anonymous9:22 PM

    WOW! What a difference a day makes:

    G.O.P. stands for "Grand Old Party", but originally it meant "gallant old party"
    The Republican Party was born in the early 1850's by anti-slavery activists and individuals who believed that government should grant western lands to settlers free of charge. The first informal meeting of the party took place in Ripon, Wisconsin, a small town northwest of Milwaukee. The first official Republican meeting took place on July 6th, 1854 in Jackson, Michigan. The name "Republican" was chosen because it alluded to equality and reminded individuals of Thomas Jefferson's Democratic-Republican Party. At the Jackson convention, the new party adopted a platform and nominated candidates for office in Michigan.

    In 1856, the Republicans became a national party when John C. Fremont was nominated for President under the slogan: "Free soil, free labor, free speech, free men, Fremont." Even though they were considered a "third party" because the Democrats and Whigs represented the two-party system at the time, Fremont received 33% of the vote. Four years later, Abraham Lincoln became the first Republican to win the White House.

    1. Anonymous9:36 PM

      Haha! Of course, Republicans wrote that nice stuff about themselves.

      Original Source:

    2. Perhaps they should now be the GOB, Gullible old 'Baggers.

    3. Anonymous1:52 AM

      GOP = Grumpy Old Pricks.

  9. Every major election, I call a Republican I've known for decades to make sure he knows I've cancelled out his vote.

  10. Wow, first McCarthy and now Priebus? What is it with Republicans starting to tell the truth? Someone spiked the water?

    BTW Reince is still head of the GOP? Who knew? I thought he was long gone.

  11. Anonymous3:45 PM

    For once, I have to agree with him. Hopefully the GOP collapses under it's own weight. Priebus and Weepy orange cheetos guy have only themselves to blame by embracing the rwnj teaparty with both arms, then spent almost eight years corralling cats as their party died.
    They block everything then cry there's no bipartisanship. Not even close to my father's GOP.


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