Note at 1:58 in Rubio has a grin on his face so big he can’t contain it. I’m surprised they don’t arrest Trump for inciting a riot.

  1. noname says:

    Ok, at least “Cyborg Rubio” is not just repeating it’s “Let’s dispel once and for all with this fiction” speech….

    But then, he is just repeating himself, locked in some infinite illogical program loop; like his Cyborg programmers (consultants) gave him a new buggier program.

    He cites Trump telling his crowd to:
    “Beat Up the people who are in the Crowd and he’ll pay their legal fees”,

    He cites Trump encourages his crowd: “to rough up anyone who stands up and says something he doesn’t like”

    Then being the politician he is, he pivots and blames Media for Wall to Wall Coverage of Trump (I guess he is jealous he has to pay for his coverage). He cites media wall to wall coverage “Every time Donald Trump offends someone does something ridiculous says something offensive”

    Continuing on being a mindless politician he is, he pivots again and now blames not Trump or Media but “Everyone”!!!! He cites “Everyone bears responsibility” when people exercise their Freedom of Speech and “say whatever the heck they want”!!!

    He pivots again and now blames society, “When everyone goes around and says I am going to speak my mind and if I am angry it gives me the right to do or say anything I want”

    Then Papa “Cyborg Rubio” explains “Well there are other people are angry too and if they speak out and do whatever they want, it all breaks down it’s call chaos ”

    His individual statements have valid truths, but when he strings them together, he end blaming “US” for not choosing him and we are destroying ourselves for or not choosing him!

    How delusional is “Cyborg Rubio”?

  2. MikeN says:

    He’s not a cyborg. While gleefully declaring in the next debate that Trump was repeating himself, Trump said ‘I don’t repeat myself. I don’t repeat myself.’

  3. NewFormatSux says:

    “I’m surprised they don’t arrest Trump for inciting a riot.”

    Perkel goes to any lengths to try to win on his declaration that only an idiot thinks Trump will still be running as of New Years Day 2016.

    What right does a mob have to shut down someone’s speech? The logic you give defines a heckler’s veto.

    • MikeN says:

      Imagine the headlines if a bunch of people in Trump hats decided to shut down a Bernie Sanders rally.

  4. LibertyLover says:

    I’m surprised they don’t arrest Trump for inciting a riot.

    It’s Trump’s fault that the opposition is rioting? Is this some Liberal Logic 101 balderdash?

    That’s like saying, “I’m surprised Kennedy wasn’t arrested for inciting an assassination.”

    Typically, being charged with inciting a riot is when you get your followers to do it, not pissing the other side off.

    • Hmeyers says:

      He’s stroking you to get you to post how he is wrong.

      Oldest trick in the book.

      • ± says:

        If it wasn’t a moderator doing it, it would be called trolling. No … wait …

        • Hmeyers says:

          What difference does the name make?

          “Trolling” someone requires their consent.

          You can’t get a knee-jerk out of someone unless they agree to do the knee-jerk.

      • MikeN says:

        No, he believes it.

  5. Hmeyers says:

    I’m surprised someone found a link to a Rubio news item.

    I wonder if he plans to work for Disney after he loses his home state on Tuesday.

    If so, I hope after 3 months they call him into the office let him know he’ll need to train his replacement (Bobby Jindal since he’s Indian) and is being replaced by a foreign worker for 1/2 the cost.

    • dave m brewer says:

      Rubimbo replacement will get double what they were paying him.

  6. Hmeyers says:

    He likes to tell the story about how his father was a bartender. By the time he’s done screwing up his reputation, he’ll be bartender too. Even his mentor Jeb Bush hasn’t endorsed Rubio.

    It’s funny he resigned from his Senate seat to run for President.

    Rubio will be heading for the unemployment line, he’s trashed his reputation badly enough it is hard to see him holding elective office again.

  7. Mr Diesel says:

    I had thought about driving to the Dayton rally but watched it on TV instead.

    One thing I noticed from a different camera angle was that no one crossed the barricades except the Wright State University student (former child actor shit for brains).

    The Trump supporters showed great restraint in not going over the barricades and beating that little shit stain into the tarmac which is what I hope the Secret Service did when they got him away from prying eyes.

    As for the protesters in Chicago, what do you expect from the human debris that lives there?

  8. MikeN says:

    Why do you call it a Trump riot, when it is a MoveOn riot?

  9. Better READ than BLEW! says:

    As I watch all this divisiveness, I can’t help but be reminded of an age-old saying:

    “The root of all evil is money.”

    That said, take a wild guess where politicians and lawyers rate in that little bit of wisdom. Now, take a guess where Donald Trump or even Hillary Clinton rates. But here’s the kicker. Would you care to admit where YOU rate?!?!?!

    Right now, the surest way to kill the United States of America is to put either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump in the White House. Anyone with a functional brain can see this. Unfortunately, there aren’t too many people in American society who can think due to all the mind poisoning that Hollywood has overdosed America with (with crap like “American Idol”, “Survivor”, “The Apprentice!” and way too many others to list here). And the fact that the current level of anger is now manifesting into violence shouldn’t surprise even the troglodytes (given what they’re allowed to consider). Because here’s another bit of wisdom that I’m sure even the party loyalists have forgot (who I’m also sure march with their television sets):

    “He who forgets history is condemned to REPEAT IT!”

    … So, get ready for another (violent?) revolution! After all, that’s what (irresponsible) activism (in a melting pot of anger) will get you.

    • Hmeyers says:

      The Aztecs had a mighty empire.

      But because they didn’t have horses in the Americas, their empire had a 30 mile diameter.

      With the internet, jets, instant communication …

      Megacorps are going to enslave the world for the benefit of the elites. And the elites are going invite in tons of refugees to break your culture, your will, your sophistication and screw up your democratic processes.

      Someone like Donald Trump or Bernie Sander might be a slight reprieve … but it will be a temporary one.

      We are returning back to medieval times.

      There isn’t any going to be any stopping it.

    • ubiquitous talking head says:

      I’m not necessarily disagreeing with your point, just pointing out that the actual quote is (1 Timothy 6:10, KJV): “For the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.”

      I’m pastafarian but it’s still a good quote.

  10. Ah_Yea says:

    About “I’m surprised they don’t arrest Trump for inciting a riot.

    Sorry Marc, you don’t understand the difference between inciting a riot and freedom of speech.

    Inciting a riot, “Go out and burn the town down!” (New Black Panthers in Ferguson)

    Not inciting a riot, “I wish we were in the old days when you could punch somebody in the head.” Talking about protesters who disrupted Trump’s rally.

    Hence, the source of the riot was the actions of the protesters who entered the rally with the intent to disrupt and cause a disturbance.

    • Hmeyers says:

      Anti-Trump protestors will help Trump.

      a) When the focus is on something Trump did or said, he erodes.

      b) When the focus is on 3rd party, it gives Trump the opportunity to do 2 things
      —- 1) Control the conversation
      —- 2) Get the other Republicans to say “yeah, the media is being unfair to Republicans again” — uniting the Republican base.

      Trump thrives on conflict and media bias, and he knows how to control a news cycle and the media lets him do it (even if it is scoffing at what Trump said, it is still repeating what Trump said and giving him free ride to broadcast his views).

      When he doesn’t have those, that is when he stumbles and often looks very bad.

  11. Hmeyers says:


    Democrats missed the biggest opportunity of a lifetime by not supporting a balanced budget amendment in the 1990s.

    a) George W wants a war — oops! How you going to pay for it? Sorry W. Balanced budget.

    b) Megacorps want to loot government with deficit spending — oops! Sorry, balanced budget.

    c) Bank bailouts? Oops! Sorry — you billionaires need to manage your banks better in the future.

    d) World police? Oops! Sorry, we can’t afford to do that.

  12. Gary says:

    Why is this blog still titled Dvorak Uncensored? I don’t think JCD has posted here in over 6 months. Its the Perkel anti-Trump, solar forum.

    • IM77 says:

      Check “Twitter Action” at the top of the right column if you want to read something from JCD.


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