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Andrew Coumo. You ain`t gittin` off that easy Libs

No, we gotta talk about "America was never really great" is that what you believe, Libs?  



RUSH: Grab audio sound bite No. 10.  This is Andrew Cuomo, the son of Mario “The Pious,” and yesterday in New York City he was signing some bill somewhere.  You know, Trump is egging him on to run against him in 2020.  Trump is encouraging Andrew Cuomo to run against him.  Trump is salivating at the chance to run against the son of Mario “The Pious,” and here’s what Andrew said…

ANDREW CUOMO:  Look, the simple point is all this comes down to this.  We’re not gonna “Make America Great Again.”  It was never that great.

AUDIENCE: (shocked hoots, murmuring)

ANDREW CUOMO: We have not reached greatness.  We will reach greatness when every American is fully engaged.  We will reach greatness when discrimination and stereotyping against women — 51% of our population — is gone, and every woman’s full potential is realized and unleashed, and every woman is making her full contribution.

AUDIENCE: (silence)

RUSH: What an absolute blithering idiot! To claim that America’s greatness has been denied because one group here or one group there somehow has not been allowed to reach its potential. Here we have it, identity politics on parade. Have you noticed, my friends, how many people on the left, supposedly college educated, supposedly well-learned, just really don’t know anything? They are just really dumb and stupid, don’t have any common sense.

This is just a stupid thing to say! It’s a stupid thing politically to say, and his aides started doing a tap dance almost immediately trying to say, “Well, you know, we need to re-explain what the governor meant. The governor really wasn’t saying…” Yes, he did. He said it, he meant it. This is the thing. He meant it. It’s not a new thing for leftists to think America is not great. America is flawed. America’s unjust, it’s immoral. I have been trying to convince people they think of it this way for decades.

They do not think America’s great. And their definition of greatness and their reasons for thinking this are simply reasons that do not relate to normal people. What he just said here doesn’t make sense to normal people. What? “We have not reached greatness. We will reach greatness when every American’s fully engaged?” What the hell does that mean? It’s never gonna happen. It isn’t gonna happen that every American’s fully engaged.

What does being fully engaged mean? Voting Democrat? Advocating Democrat policy? What does that even mean? It doesn’t mean anything you can define. But to make my point Andrew is a the chip off the block. Let’s go listen to Mario “The Pious” himself July 16th, 1984, Democrat National Convention. This is the convention that nominated Walter F. Mondull. But the primary for the Democrats, it was very interesting.

The Reverend Jackson sought the nomination, and he had the support of many, many, many people who would later go on to vote for Obama. And then Gary Hart(pence), senator from Colorado, got caught on the boat off Bimini with some bimbo and not his wife. He was also wanting the nomination. In fact, 1984 is when I actually began my radio broadcast commentary career at a news station in Kansas City.

I promptly got fired after two months of it because the newspapers were actually writing stories about the radio station. We can’t have that. The ownership came in from Salt Lake City, “We don’t want this kind of attention?”


“Yeah, you gotta go. You gotta be more like David Broder. Broder tells people what he thinks, but you don’t know what he said after you’ve read it.”

I said, “Well, what good is it then?”

“Well, it’s just the way you do it.”

But during the campaign I was having a blast breaking down who the Democrats were and what they were doing. Anyway, the convention came. The Democrats were not happy with Mondull. The Democrats didn’t think Mondull had a prayer. And they knew that Mondull didn’t have a prayer.

And what the Democrats were doing was simply offering Mondale as a sacrificial lamb. Why have a future star of your party go down to a 49-state landslide defeat against Ronaldus Magnus? They don’t want that happening to the Reverend Jackson. They didn’t want it happening to Governor Cuomo. They didn’t want it happening to Gary Hart(pence).

So Mondull was Carter’s VP. He was a war horse for the Democrats; he was very loyal. So they let him have the nomination and he went down in flames, after promising to raise everybody’s taxes. And it was Governor Cuomo’s speech at the convention that made everybody at the convention realize they’d nominated the wrong guy. We have two sound bites. Here is the father, Mario “The Pious,” of Andrew and Fredo Cuomo.

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Re: Andrew Coumo. You ain`t gittin` off that easy Libs

the forum fruitloops would agree with Coumo, of course they voted for a guy (twice) with un American viewpoints.


America is a great country....anyone in America that doesn't give daily thanks for either being born here or naturalized here, is not patriotic. All citizens have won a lottery, a far greater one than winning $50,000 or $100,000 on some scratch off ticket.


KAGA, 2020

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A golden nugget of wisdom

from Kunstler:


There’s nothing left of an American common culture besides a few Disney movies and that’s not nearly enough. That’s what happens when you opt for multiculturalism as your number one political principle. It automatically negates shared values, so why even expect any agreement between groups contending for dominance?

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Re: Andrew Coumo. You ain`t gittin` off that easy Libs

I saw on Colbert while I was brushing my teeth (I say it that way to denote that I rarely catch anything on Colbert or Kimmel before turning it off...I guess I`m "uninformed"  🙂  )    But Colbert had 3 whippersnappers that were proud Lib speechwriters, Colbert thought Coumo is finished, one of the whippersnappers said `wait a minute, what Coumo said is technically true....if you were a Negro in the olden days, things weren`t so great" .   We`ve changed and rightfully over due and rightfully so the sitting at the back of the bus and separate drinking fountains.   However Blacks prior to the 1970`s had an intact family in most cases.  I know now we ride in the same seat in the bus and drink the same water, but you look at Memphis, Detroit, Chicago, St Louis, Oakland, I don`t think that can be called an improvement to racial equality.    If we could bring back the good from the olden days and replace that with the bad of today, then America would be great for all Americans.


Having transgender bathrooms, gay cakes, kneeling at the national anthem and hyphenated "americans" only fans the flames of our problems.  Yes, as "recent" as 1860 Blacks were slaves, ironically after 150yrs of intermixing, those that play the "slave card" probably share more DNA with those that owned the slaves than the slaves themselves.   And those descendants of former slaveowners are the one`s rioting and kneeling at the national anthem.  Probably a big reason things are so screwed up.

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Re: Andrew Coumo. You ain`t gittin` off that easy Libs

It is a pattern the left follows...........everyone of them is a victim. Rich or poor, they all suffer.

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Pat touches on the same subject

What Clinton, Cuomo and Obama spilled out reveals what is really behind the cultural and ideological wars of America today.

Most media elites accept the historic indictment — that before the Progressives came, this country was mired in racism, sexism, homophobia and xenophobia, and that its history had been a long catalog of crimes against indigenous peoples, Africans brought here in bondage, Mexicans whose lands we stole, migrants, and women and gays who were denied equality.

The people who cheer Trump believe the country they inherited from their fathers was a great, good and glorious country, and that the media who detest Trump also despise them.

For such as these, Trump cannot scourge the media often enough.

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The problem may be the solution

in this civil war I doubt the world stands aside and watches.


When that happens the elites that despise you will suddenly find your children acceptable to defend them.

Re: A golden nugget of wisdom

There was a time when we were a nation of villages and neighborhoods and individual reputation was a matter taken seriously;


Nowhere is the loss of that ethic more apparent than in the ascension of a flim flam bunkum leader of the worst imaginable personal character.



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Your village called....

Let get this straight, you believe the government of the USA murdered 3000+ of its citizens on 9-11, but Trump has the worst imaginable personal character?


Worst imaginable?


Its the complete loss of perspective that makes those suffering from TDS so obvious.





Re: Your village called....

Trump is a liar and cheat, serial philanderer, racist and misogynist who whips his base into a frenzy against their domestic enemies.


As far as 9/11 goes, the official report is somewhere beyond deeply flawed and a complete fiction. Beyond that, all possibilities are on the table.


Gotta get a kick out of this: