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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Watching The Farce

I'm watching the Sessions confirmation hearings and I have to admit, when they are not in power, the Democrats are really pretty pathetic, but funny.

I can't decide which I like better, Feinstein's racism accusation which proves her staff can't research a clearly and long debunked tale about a joke Sessions once told, or Dick Durbin's crying about the Dreamers, "What about the children?", the battle cry of all Lefties when there's no gas left in the tank.

Sessions, adroitly in my opinion, rebutted each ridiculous attack with a calm, almost amused demeanor that I nearly applauded. Especially, when one senator had to ask him four times if he really would recuse himself from an investigation into Hillary Clinton's email debacle. As if the man could not recognize the truth when it bit him on the ass. Law 101, moron, never ask a question you don't already know the answer to. You looked like a buffoon on national television AND your constituents, who are even now wondering when you can be primaried.

I expect all of the confirmation hearings to go much like this, proving that the Democrats learned nothing from this election. They don't get it that Republicans are no longer within the grip of Stockholm Syndrome. Yet, another rational argument for term limits, if you ask me, which you didn't but this is my blog so I'm opining.

If you go over to CSPAN or YouTube to watch the hearing, you will see more than one Democrat do that eyeball side to side thing, looking, searching, praying for some confirmation bias that they're clearly used to and not getting it. They are caught flat footed and don't know what to do next. Saul Alinsky certainly never taught them how to fight back. I am praying that some intrepid Project Veritas camera is somewhere in the background and catches one of the idiots going, "WTF happened out there? He didn't do like he's supposed to! WTF is going on?!".  Comedy gold and you know it's happening.

This is the first time since 1920 that the Democrats have no leg to stand on. At all. They hold no currency, can purchase nothing at all, and they are foundering, fast, simply because they cannot change their paradigm because it's worked well for them since the 1960s. Fifty years is a long time to be in the driver's seat. Nearly 100 years of being able to social engineer has left them in the denial that people simply are no longer buying what they are selling. They cannot believe they've lost, that they've been rejected. They remind me of Steven's ex-girlfriend Jane in the BBC show Coupling from the 90s. They are unflushable.

I'm going to watch all the confirmation hearings they air, cabinet selections, diplomatic corps, etc.,. It's amusing to watch and even better to experience when they fall so flat and it's so obvious they have no idea how to recover. They've never had to learn to lose, because in their world, everyone's a winner, and it's not just a funk song from the 70s.

I suggest you do the same, and watch the body language of the Democrats. That's when you really hit the mother lode of cognitive dissonance. If you're so lucky as to catch some microexpressions, it's almost enough to make you roll out of your chair or off your sofa laughing.

So, yes, I am here to watch the farce that the Democrats think they are still in power, and from the rules they rammed through in the past few sessions, they figured they always would be.

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