Bernie or Bust is Bonkerz!

Posted in Culture of Lickspittle at 12:36 pm by George Smith

Here, a set of cartoons for the daily mix of stories, all from the Democratic Party, on how the supporters of Bernie Sanders are mentally ill in their ineradicable opposition for Hillary Clinton. If we don’t come to our senses …


And here.

Don’t forget this one!

Feel free to share. None of my “friends” would on Facebook. Being all upper middle class good liberals, this is anathema.


As explained from the wires, by Hillary Clinton in Purchase, NY, yesterday:

AP: Clinton said she regretted that the young Sanders supporters “won’t listen to anybody else” and didn’t want to hear “the contrast between my experience, my plans, my vision, what I know I can get done and what my opponent is promising…”

“I just wish that there were an opportunity to actually talk and listen to each other because we’ve got to unite when this primary contest is over.”

Explain it a few more times. I still don’t get it. Include more slurs and aspersions as to personal character.


  1. Frank said,

    April 2, 2016 at 11:07 am



    “And guess what, Sanders diehards? Clinton and Sanders voted the same way 93 percent of the time the two years they shared in the Senate.”

  2. George Smith said,

    April 3, 2016 at 11:37 am

    It goes a bit beyond that. But you know how vigorously we disagree here.

    Always with the name-calling (not you, I know), even mostly neutral words reshaped into weaponry by tone.

    And believe you me, I’m fully aware of being guilty of using the same thing. So, yes, in fact it’s fair to say that contempt, or revulsion, either will do, enter into my argument against Clinton. But it’s not the majority part. At least I like to think so.

  3. Christoph Hechl said,

    April 4, 2016 at 10:15 am

    Don’t see the relevance in those 93%. If someone votes against starting a war or approving drone attacks, then that may only be one or two votes, but they are the ones that really matter.
    Limiting wall streets cheating options? One extremely decisive vote.
    Clinton speaks of her vision as if she actually had one. Apart from wanting urgently to be president (and win a bet over her husband, i wager) i don’t see a vision.
    We have one of those reigning germany for several years now and still noone can see why she wanted the job.