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  • In other news "Parlartore" is Italian for "talker". The lawyer is literally a mouthpiece, by name and nature,.
  • In other news, "liar" is derived from the word "lawyer"
  • I believe it.  Generally speaking, any Democratic candidate's signs are nowhere to be seen unless you go deep into some neighborhoods around here.  Going to my county fair the other day, I saw this:
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    That is literally every candidate's sign, and Shapiro had two, and the treason weasel's sign was placed well to the right of everything as you were coming into town.  Only morons that will hit the button marked "Republican" every time, even if Satan was running, want him.  And this county voted for the fat orange turd 74.1% to 24.5%.  I went through Cameron County a few weeks ago, and saw a Shapiro sign, and my understanding is there aren't any registered Democrats in Cameron County.
  • bluorangefyre: Generally speaking, any Democratic candidate's signs are nowhere to be seen unless you go deep into some neighborhoods around here


    Anyone around me putting political signs up before Labor Day is assumed to be part of a cult.
  • As I explained to my Italian/American friend, my epithets for that Scuzzolini are nothing compared to how he talks about persons of color, gays, and Jews.
    Go Punch his nuts into a puddle and ill stop calling him things that rhyme with mini, pop, and prego.
  • bluorangefyre: I believe it.  Generally speaking, any Democratic candidate's signs are nowhere to be seen unless you go deep into some neighborhoods around here.  Going to my county fair the other day, I saw this:
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    That is literally every candidate's sign, and Shapiro had two, and the treason weasel's sign was placed well to the right of everything as you were coming into town.  Only morons that will hit the button marked "Republican" every time, even if Satan was running, want him.  And this county voted for the fat orange turd 74.1% to 24.5%.  I went through Cameron County a few weeks ago, and saw a Shapiro sign, and my understanding is there aren't any registered Democrats in Cameron County.


    I saw a similar thing up near Altoona. I actually saw signs for Shapiro and Fetterman in areas where you never see signs for Democrats.
  • Too close. To be fair if he was 80 points behind it would still be too close.
  • inglixthemad: Too close. To be fair if he was 80 points behind it would still be too close.


    "Let's promote the most extreme-right Republicans. What's the worst that could happen?" -- Democratic PACs (2016 2022)

    https://www.latimes.com/politics/newsletter/2022-07-13/essential-politics-democrats-buying-ads-gop-far-right-candidates-essential-politics
  • Pretty sure it's, "buried the lead", subby.  It's the lead, because you're supposed to say it first.
  • "Interfering in an election" by releasing information about an actual crime that the candidate was actually involved in is not a thing.  That's not an offense that exists, in any state, and arguably cannot exist because of federal laws that are ultimately basically just an expression of things the constitution already says or directly causes.

    It can actually be argued that concealing information that might be relevant to the choices of the voters does constitute election interference, 100% of the time in principle but also frequently as an explicit matter of law (I have no idea if this is the case in PA, so the latter might not be relevant).  So... the GOP streak of every accusation being a surprisingly literal and precise confession continues, I guess.
  • foo monkey: Pretty sure it's, "buried the lead", subby.  It's the lead, because you're supposed to say it first.


    I was wondering what happened to rotsky.
  • Don't buy Martin's Potato Rolls. The Martin family are major bankrollers of Mastriano, and they believe all the same christian nationalist bullshiat he does.


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  • foo monkey: Pretty sure it's, "buried the lead", subby.  It's the lead, because you're supposed to say it first.


    What about "THE LEDE WITH JAKE TAPPER" ?
  • foo monkey: Pretty sure it's, "buried the lead", subby.  It's the lead, because you're supposed to say it first.


    Oh I know this one. Random fact time! As odd as it sounds, it's actually 'bury the lede' but it does mean 'lead'. The story behind the word is kind of weird. It's actually a modern 20th century word that was an intentional misspelling of the word 'lead' newspaper editors used to instruct the printers what part of the article was the lead to use on the cover page of a section so it couldn't be confused with word 'lead' which might be used in the article or headline. Somehow it caught on outside the newspaper industry and now we just use this completely made up farking word.
  • Here's a hint, subby. Using the phrase "wacko Republican" is redundant. These days, they nearly all are.

    For ones like Cheney, you might qualify her as "surprisingly sane, but still assh*lish, Republican" to distinguish.
    Because they're so rare.
  • Marcus Aurelius: bluorangefyre: Generally speaking, any Democratic candidate's signs are nowhere to be seen unless you go deep into some neighborhoods around here

    Anyone around me putting political signs up before Labor Day is assumed to be part of a cult.


    This is the correct response.
  • That should be a much larger lead
  • Fettermans coat tails are as big as he is.
  • greentea1985: bluorangefyre: I believe it.  Generally speaking, any Democratic candidate's signs are nowhere to be seen unless you go deep into some neighborhoods around here.  Going to my county fair the other day, I saw this:
    [Fark user image image 850x478]

    That is literally every candidate's sign, and Shapiro had two, and the treason weasel's sign was placed well to the right of everything as you were coming into town.  Only morons that will hit the button marked "Republican" every time, even if Satan was running, want him.  And this county voted for the fat orange turd 74.1% to 24.5%.  I went through Cameron County a few weeks ago, and saw a Shapiro sign, and my understanding is there aren't any registered Democrats in Cameron County.

    I saw a similar thing up near Altoona. I actually saw signs for Shapiro and Fetterman in areas where you never see signs for Democrats.


    The Upstage Music Fest must be hillbilly cover bands.
  • The J6 panel should call his bluff, give him permission to record the interview, and then promptly release it in its entirety to the public.
  • It would be nice if Trump-like behavior from prospective candidates sunk 2022 for the Red Hats.
  • Rage Against the Thorazine: foo monkey: Pretty sure it's, "buried the lead", subby.  It's the lead, because you're supposed to say it first.

    Oh I know this one. Random fact time! As odd as it sounds, it's actually 'bury the lede' but it does mean 'lead'. The story behind the word is kind of weird. It's actually a modern 20th century word that was an intentional misspelling of the word 'lead' newspaper editors used to instruct the printers what part of the article was the lead to use on the cover page of a section so it couldn't be confused with word 'lead' which might be used in the article or headline. Somehow it caught on outside the newspaper industry and now we just use this completely made up farking word.


    O.K.
    https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/how-word-ok-was-invented-175-years-ago-180953258/
  • "This election is CRUCIAL to Republicans! The only way we can advance our regressive agenda while we're losing the culture war is to capture as many gubernatorial seats and Senate seats as we can!

    "Really? Who do you have running in the important swing state of Pennsylvania?"

    "A snake-oil salesman from New Jersey and a 1/6 rioter."

    "Um. And...and who are they running against?"

    "The Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General."

    "Oh. Um. Hm. Well. I'm...I'm sure they'll do great." *koff* Anyway! Who do you have in Arizona?"
  • Rage Against the Thorazine: foo monkey: Pretty sure it's, "buried the lead", subby.  It's the lead, because you're supposed to say it first.

    Oh I know this one. Random fact time! As odd as it sounds, it's actually 'bury the lede' but it does mean 'lead'. The story behind the word is kind of weird. It's actually a modern 20th century word that was an intentional misspelling of the word 'lead' newspaper editors used to instruct the printers what part of the article was the lead to use on the cover page of a section so it couldn't be confused with word 'lead' which might be used in the article or headline. Somehow it caught on outside the newspaper industry and now we just use this completely made up farking word.


    Cool, and all wordsare completely made up.
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