Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing, Baby - Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing (So I'm Becoming The Real Thing)

He's never looked the same.

Last year, when assessing why he lost the 2012 presidential election, Mitt Romney’s big head said “the biggest mistake I made was not focusing very early on minority voters."

I had rarely been clearer.

Of course, 2012 was the year I, a black Republican, stopped voting out of disgust with the stupidity of my party.

It was time to get real.

If you think I’m joking, it was but one year later that Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal gave me a thrill by admitting the GOP had to "stop being the stupid party" – all that was left was to wait for it to happen.

But you can't get through.

It never did.

The GOPs a bunch of creeps - creeping us out.

Because it can’t.

You can decide who's-who.

The peeling off of Erik Erickson and the Young Republicans' leader in the face of a Trump nomination is all the evidence I need of that.

I've always understood what's-what..

(Notice, they never took this principled stand over the Right’s nausea-inducing position on race over the years, if you want to understand the problems that have always been present,…)

They thought they could survive without me.

Time to die.

Leaving me a choice between Trump University and Eleanore Roosevelt's U.F.O. crew.

BTW – Studies show Fitbit is a scam. Of course, it was reviewed positively by Instapundit, who I also told you was incapable of spotting such things.

As I slowly walk away from the voting booth - again,….

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Fact: Trump's Doing Away With Campaign Advisors

Last year, 15 people in the GOP said God told them to run for president, but the one dude who didn't is about to win the nomination. Which means, either, God enjoys humiliating his followers (not a stretch, since he doesn't mind killing them, and/or having them sexually abused) or they're actually hearing someone else's voice in their heads. 

My money's on the latter,...

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

TMR, Mitt & The Republican Party: It's Gonna Be YUGE!

Me, every time Donald Trump's on television.

This is sweet! As I’ve been getting my shit together, politics has been steadily discombobulating, and (to be perfectly honest with you) I couldn’t be happier about it: The Left has no idea what they’re looking at, and the Right, at least and at last, is getting the comeuppance they’ve so justly deserved. 

It's about time.

I see absolutely nothing wrong with any of it. 

Well, there IS something wrong when a quack-lover gets away with calling your guy a con man.

For those of you coming in late to our story, this blog is called The Macho Response, and I am The Crack Emcee, a former "liberal bomb-thrower" who became an anti-cultist and joined the Republican Party, only to leave it in disgust over (amongst other things) it’s lack of sensitivity to it’s own racism (or racism in general) and how the party cowered behind the nomination of that phony, fraud, and con man, Mitt Romney, in 2012. 


He’s doing really well now, politically, ain’t he?

Monday, February 1, 2016

I Know, You Know, We All Know, That Nobody Knows,...

Real talk


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Friday, November 27, 2015

If 13-Year Olds Can See Through Your Game - It's Over

Well, the GOP has managed to alienate another black supporter, CJ Pearson, just as it did me - and in much the same way: CJ said he could no longer be “champion of a party that turned a blind eye to racial discrimination.” And now Republicans wonder why it currently seems the party's coming apart at the seams? That's easy: They never truly tried to mend them,...

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

"There Aren’t Enough Grumpy Middle-Aged White Men To Win An Election” (Coulda Thought Of THAT Sooner)

This is so stupid. The Rep's admitted they had a problem in 2012 - they were being, in Bobby Jindal's words, "The Stupid Party" - but, instead of addressing it, they did nothing but go back to doing what they'd been doing. That's why they lost my vote. Now they want to pretend Trump is a cause of their problems when, in truth, he is a symptom of their incompetence. Trump can only be seen as a political "hangover and then herpes" to those who thought, before he showed up, the party was healthy. It wasn't. Not then, not now, and maybe - if it continues not being able to grasp what it's been doing to itself - not even in the future,...