Kinky Friedman versus Kesha Rogers

An interesting look at how the Texas Democratic party is handling the two problematic run-offs … one being David M. Alameel versus Kesha Roers for their Senate nomination, the other being Paul Hogan versus Kinky Friedman for Agriculture Commission.

We see here Upshur County – sitting with a small county party and horrible returns in the primary, are backing with a gasp of “god help us” Kinky Friedman and then pointedly rejecting Kesha Rogers.  A reluctant acceptance of one candidate, who came in second in the primary, and the other they won’t touch with a ten foot pole.

Sooo

When a senior Democratic Senator, Diane [sic] Feinstein, goes after Obama on the floor of the Senate for interfering with her committee’s investigation of Dick Cheney’s torture program, one has to wonder, who or what, is Obama really supporting? Will the Texas Democratic Party now attack Feinstein as ‘not a real Democrat’?

The answer is no.

All of which gets us to perhaps the stupidest fact check — KESHA ROGERS IS TOO A DEMOCRAT– since… maybe since uncovering that Chris Christie lied about Scooby Doo.  Yes.  Kesha Rogers meets the technical definition of being a member of the Democratic Party, which roughly means that she checked the line for “Democratic Party” on her registration form.  What the hell is this fact check?  Look, leaving aside the Larouche factor, charges of “Not a real Democrat” or “Not a Real Republican” are pretty boilerplate in party primary campaigns.  The Republican Incumbent just beat back the charge of “RINO” — Republican in Name Only — from a cartoonish congressman with a cartoonist definition of what it means to be a “Real” member of his party.  But such thing have to be brushed back … David Alameel … not my preference on the list of candidates, but has to be your preference now.

The Dallas Democratic Party tweeted today, “We hear Kesha Rogers is in town today. Friends don’t let friends vote Kesha Rogers in the Primary Runoff.”
Do we really want this ‘nut’ in the Senate? Texan voters…S.O.S

Finally.  A lingering question I’ve had on the big Democratic Party primary … how did Kesha Rogers do in her home base, the county where she won two congressional nominations?  The answer is… not all that much better than statewide

The main conclusion I’d draw from this is that people seem to have gotten the message about Kesha Rogers. None of the districts had any surprises. Even in the African-American districts, where one might be concerned that Roger’s name could earn her some votes in a low-information race, she scored only 27%, not much higher than her 20% overall. Straight up against David Alameel, she got about 35% in the African-American districts. I was already feeling pretty good about the runoff, and the data here reinforce that.

Cool!  (More impressed is this person than both I and he.)
So, if it’s not Harris County… just is where “Kesha Rogers County” in Texas?  She’s moving around the boondocks

Rogers spent the day Friday on Judson Road near Burlington Coat Factory raising awareness of her campaign and talking to voters — many of whom pulled over because of photos bearing the image of Obama with a mustache much like the one warn by the German dictator Adolf Hitler. (As opposed the mustache warn by late 18th century Austrian explorer Adolf Hitler?)[…]
Among Gregg County Democrats, Rogers pulled in 49 percent of the vote. In Harrison County, her “Impeach Obama” campaign attracted 41.68 percent of the Democratic primary vote. She secured 31 percent in Smith County, 23 percent in Upshur County and 25 percent in Rusk County.
And what crowds!
After standing on the roadside, Rogers met with about eight supporters in Panera Bread for an informal meeting.
It was not attended by any leadership of the Gregg County Democratic party, a trend Rogers has seen commonly across the state.
Too busy meeting with Kinky Friedman.

Kesha Rogers, a Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate seat held by Sen. John Cornyn, will meet with supporters today at Panera Bread in Longview.

Democratic outsider seeks FDR, JFK role in leadership“… The march from FDR to JFK continues apace.  Ignoring the history, making up your own.  And so too we continue the march into right wing radio, whose predecessors would have been joining in with Larouche to assail JFK…   Is Mark Dankof’s America YOUR America?  Probably not.

And here’s your disappointing Democratic Representative of the Moment:

 Lauren Roblez, a senior political science major from Midland and president of TSD, said the candidate running for U.S. Senate supported by the LaRouche group, Kesha Rogers, is not at all a representation of the Democratic Party.
“The group runs their candidates under the Democrats,” she said. “Kesha Rogers is part of this leftist organization that wants to impeach Obama, that’s, like, their main priority. They want to bring back JFK style policies. The National Democratic Party does not affiliate themselves with the LaRouche candidates.”
This is like a representative of the parodic view of Democratic opposition to the Kesha Rogers candidacy.  “Bring back JFK style policies”… uh huh.

“And you’re saying that President Obama is moving at the direction of the British,” said Rabb.  “Yes, he supports that,” said Rogers.
Words fail.

OK, I can listen to Kesha a lot longer than I can listen to you know who but she does come back to British Imperialism and didn’t she mention the truth about 9/11? I did not know that Larouchians are also Truthers (or is that optional?) I will take Ms. Rogers over the current batch of extremists who haunt the Democratic Party but I think she would wear thin quickly.

Meanwhile, in Illinois… with 435 Congressional districts, and a lot of one party districts, we will end up with congressional candidates from the major parties like this one (and for that matter Kesha Rogers — differing interpretation that that seen by global research), which will result in some schadenfreude.  Meet Susanne Atanus, candidate in Illinois.  The schadenfreude (response to this schadenfreude) is a tad misplaced, as explained here.

The party spotted the problem with Atanus and tried to denounce her, just as the Texas Democrats tried to keep LaRouche cultist Kesha Rogers out of the runoff in this year’s Senate race. They failed.
Ed Kilgore, responding to some of this, makes the right point.
There are so many GOP elected officials and major candidates for office espousing such views that who needs to run the risk of being accused of inflating a marginal wingnut?

Meanwhile, the other big “fact check” in the campaign contest… Kesha Rogers’s is pumping up Alameel’s Republican background, factcheck cries out.  It’s in the eye of the beholder, I suppose.

ITEM NUMBER TWO:  Rense!
Onto the Jeff Rense Show, and not taking the particular gripe of this person too seriously (Larouche is a disinformationalist agent for the Zionist Conspiracy), still worthwhile this analysis of things said.

8m – Claims Cheney covered up 9/11 that Saudis did with British backing
20m – Said European Union is a colony of the British Empire
28m – Said the only thing stopping Obama going to thermonuclear war are generals around him
29m – Rense asked about Biden taking over, but LaRouche said forget about him, it goes beyond personality
31m – Says the British Empire is the new Roman Empire – says it was designated so when we (U.S.) went to war against them
32m – Said it’s a fact that most U.S. presidents were agents of the British Empire
33m – Said President Wilson was a wild Ku Klux Klaner
34m – Said FDR was a good president
38m – Said we can defeat long period of death of civilization if we pass Glass-Steagall and have a thermonuclear fusion project

Yeah, well… we also see this from Henry Makow
According to a report by Lyndon Larouche’s Executive Intelligence Review, the ADL is a lobbying and intelligence arm of the Rothschilds. THE HOLOMODOR (LITERALLY “KILLING BY HUNGER”).
Big figures in Jeff Rense’s universe.  (And then there’s this  response.)
Larouche and David Chase Taylor from truther should be sent off to a deserted island and both could try to scare each other day night with their ridiculous theories.

It is amusing the generational churning… see FDR turning into JFK.  Everything goes to pot no longer with Roosevelt’s death and the rise of Truman over Wallace, but with Kennedy’s death and…

Join Jason Hartman for an interesting interview with Harley Schlanger, the Western States Bureau Chief for the controversial and interesting LaRouche Pac. Harley defines the purpose of LaRouche Pac, describing it as based on the intersection of philosophy, history and science, looking at economics as physical processes and not just monetary. Lyndon LaRouche stands for a sovereign state in the United States and has been warning of the smoke and mirrors politics that have been going on since the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

Lyndon Larouche hated Kennedy in the 1970s.  I don’t know when he started hating Bertrand Russell.

Harley Schlanger… also on Dr. Deagal.   2014/03/26…  As he was in February when this was posted
It does sadden me though when Mr. Larouche calls for Rand Paul to be thrown out of office over his statements on Bill Clinton. We need all these different groups to unite to combat the autocrats.

ITEM NUMBER THREE: Diane Sare kicks off new run.

In the 5th District, seven-term U.S. Rep. Scott Garrett will run unopposed in the Republican primary and face one of two Bergen County Democrats in Roy Cho or Diane Sare in the Nov. 4 general election.

Well… she can’t poll much worse than she did in her 2011 gubernatorial bid.  It is a horribly corrupt state… she has things to work with… too bad the message gets entangled in with some British Alliance.

The big question… will Diane Sare snag the big “Mark Quick” endorsement for the third straight campaign cycle?

ITEM NUMBER FOUR:  Russia

Hm.
Rodina co-founder and Rogozin’s erstwhile rival for its leadership, Sergei Glazyev, most recently served as Putin’s man in charge of developing the Customs Union—the alliance with Kazakhstan and Belarus that was also to include Ukraine. Like Rogozin, Glazyev has attracted the sympathetic attention of far-right kooks in the Unites States—in this case, Lyndon LaRouche: in 1999, LaRouche Books published an English translation of Glazyev’s book, “Genocide: Russia and the New World Order,” with a foreword by LaRouche himself.
But Rogozin and Glazyev are mere peons compared to self-style “traditionalist” intellectual Alexander Dugin, a writer and professor at Moscow State University. In his New Republic article, Snyder identifies Dugin—“an actual fascist”—as “the founder of the Eurasian movement,” the ideology that provides the foundation for Russia’s expansion into Ukraine.
 

So, here be the news…
West bans Russia over own economic woes: Analyst
Mark Billington.
EU bans on Russia fuel tension in Ukraine: Analyst Bill Jones, with the Executive Intelligence Review from Washington, 

Lawrence Freeman on “Exclusive Interview” with Lawrence Freeman.  He ponders on the role of George Soros in geopolitics…
Michael Billington ‘Western policies may lead to thermonuclear war’
European nations and US are in the worst financial collapse in the history – political analyst  as   The Voice of Russia talked to Lawrence Freeman, Executive Intelligence Review magazine African Desk
Cheney pushing for regime change in Iran: Jeff Steinberg.  (Blink.  Who cares?)

Turkey ups support for militants as Syria forces make new gains.  Bill Jones made the remarks during an interview with Press TV on Tuesday.
“US Destabalizing World” says Lawrence Freeman.
ITEM NUMBER FIVE:  AUSTRALIA
The Citizens Electoral Council continues to make friends and influence.
I got a “newspaper” in the mailbox yesterday from the Citizens (sic) Electoral Council of Australia. It’s a real hoot. The headline is “World Financial Collapse Looms, British Empire Prepares Nuclear War”.
It’s very similar to the wonderful US paper, The Weekly World News, my favourite headline from which is “Man Goes to Hospital For Nose Job, Comes Out With Pelican Beak”.
There needs to be more of this.
My wife looked at me like I’d grown a second head, as I laughed along with a narrative that detailed CEC’s “blowing the lid off” an global conspiracy to pass legislation allowing banks to steal money from people’s bank accounts, ah la the Cyprus bank levy that was mooted in May 2012, and managed to finish at the reason for this mad plan was that the British Crown had “invariably under a ‘green’ cover” proclaimed its intent to reduce the worlds population from 7 billion to 1 billion. Evidence offered to support the claim was the aims to eliminate the Murray Darling Basin food bowl and Australian agriculture generally.
Epic Derp. Great stuff.
Would be more hilarious if they didn’t get 10,400 FIRST PREFERENCES for House of Reps seats in the 2013 election.
Cover price was $2 – who in their right mind pays for this?!
got one yesterday.
Apparently the revolt in the Ukraine against the corrupt psychopaths was carried out by Nazis with the support of Western Europe.
Meanwhile, apparently we’re on the verge of nuclear armageddon, and the CEC has maps showing where the Chinese nukes are going to land.
I made a special trip to the recycling bin to get rid of it.
Nawww. So I should’ve have thrown it out?
I saw the headline on the front page about the Nazi take over of Ukrained and chucked them BOTH in the recycle bin – yes, I got 2 of them!
Indeedy doody. It’s interesting to see that there are some of them in Australia. I suspect that they might be the loonies putting up the chemtrails posters.
Let this be an object lesson for all of us in why school funding needs to be increased.

 

ITEM NUMBER SIX:  CLIFF KINCAID DOES IT AGAIN.

Cliff Kincaid does it again!  He attaches the drive to legalize marijuana to a half-assed assassination murmur  to Alex Jones to Webster Tarpley to Lyndon Larouche … and… hm.  You know… the first time I noted Cliff Kincaid in a focus on Alex Jones, when he attached him to Lyndon Larouche through Webster Tarpley, there was a reason to include the “Webster Tarpley” dot… Larouche had not been on the show a frequent guest yet.  That’s changed… No reason to bring Webster Tarpley into the picture at all anymore.

In other randomness:  Silver bugs? Conspiracy theories? Pope and Mafia? Starting to sound like Lyndon LaRouche.

 Lyndon LaRouche discusses the likely “Asian 9/11″ plot behind the missing Malaysian flight 370… Only a little sillier than what’s been postulated in the hours of meanderings on CNN, I suppose.  LaRouche: Malaysia Air 370 Likely a British-Saudi “9/11 for Asia”… Then again, maybe not.

ITEM NUMBER Seven:

Read Larouche’s homework from 1939.  Well… why not?

ITEM NUMBER Eight
Penned by Lyndon Larouche… some fantasy fiction and recent history ret-conning…
Some years back, former President Bill Clinton had urged me to assist John F. Kerry’s effort to win the U.S. Presidency; but, by October of that election year, I had begun to deeply regret that venture.
And yet right up to the election day, there they were… blaming Bush for vaccine shortages… and indeed right past the election day, there they were… urging John Conyers on in the whole “Recount” issue.
And etc.

 

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