The Cretins Are Going To Shut Down TC Again!

By Loudoun Insider

Uh oh, I am really ticking off the self appointed movers and shakers in the Republican Party.  They’re making noise again about shutting down TC because I dare to criticize those that they bow down to.  We went through this a few months ago, and inevitably it all comes down to David Ramadan and the LCRC After Meeting Drinking Crew.  I continue to expose them for what they are.  They can’t seem to quit me.  As much as they say they don’t pay attention, they do.  All the time.  They just can’t help themselves, it’s how cretins operate.


  • Barbara Munsey says:

    I seldom sign petitions online, although I do read them.

    I am interested to see how many names are duplicates, how many are from out of state, how many are from people who work for the organization or issue being promoted, supported, defended, etc.

    It was interesting to see on your petition a married couple posting from two different locations, but as with you, some may be work computers and some home.

    It is also interesting to me to see how much political internet activism occurs during business hours! 😀

  • Cato the Elder says:


    I’m sticking with 7-9 unless The Kid starts to regress. So far he hasn’t exhibited a tendency to fold under pressure. ~30 points is his floor, and my bet is he’ll find a way to make 40 the floor before the season is out, defense be damned.

  • edmundburkenator says:

    “…if they want to persuade people beyond picking up a pitchfork every so often, they should be scrupulously accurate…”

    This is the age of the pitchfork. No one has time to be persuaded with scrupulously accurate information (see: Loudoun Environmental Council).

  • Barbara Munsey says:

    eb, don’t forget VLF itself. Or their parent group. (At least LEC was honest enough to organize as a 501(c)4.)

    Or many professional Dems (Harry Reid has it on good authority that Romney paid no taxes for ten years!)

    Yes, the pitchfork is the favorite implement of some

  • edmundburkenator says:

    “At least LEC was honest enough to organize as a 501(c)4.)”

    But not scrupulously accurate were they? Fortunately for many of these c4s on both the right and the left, accuracy is not a requirement.

    And of course, the c4s you agree with are accurate and the ones with which you disagree are the pitchforkers…

    And on it goes…

  • Barbara Munsey says:

    I don’t believe they were deliberately inaccurate–the CBPO story changed by the day from the county perspective, so keeping up was a chore.

    “real” is a (c)4? Or are you not being completely accurate, eb?

  • edmundburkenator says:

    You brought up VLF/Reed/pitchforks.

    I think “real” is just a guy with a WordPress site and and axe to grind — and he grinds it with aplomb.

  • edmundburkenator says:

    “I don’t believe they were deliberately inaccurate.”

    Yes. I know you don’t.

    By the way, when is the next meeting? Or next stream clean up? Where is the website?

    Was that Council the same one that demanded Nick Fury nuke Manhattan?

  • liz says:

    As reported in the LTM, the registered owner is a pretty well-respected former reporter and editor. Of course, as with this site, the owner may not be the main contributor. Kudos to him for getting up York’s nose.

  • Barbara Munsey says:

    I don’t think he is the main contributor, as he has some real books to sell and looking like an angry crank may not be the best marketing.

    eb, unfortunately for LEC (or fortunately for those who got their knickers in such a twist at the temerity of their very existence–none of those people were “real”! hmph!), someone who was an energetic volunteer for them energetically attached all of their work to a primary candidate’s campaign for office, in a blithe and energetic attempt to create a politically active background that had some context more recent than a score of years, without much of a by-your-leave. That pretty much killed it, so I hear, at least for the time being.

  • edmundburkenator says:

    Sounds like the Council depended on a very energetic person performing energetically.

  • Barbara Munsey says:

    I don’t think they depended on them taking the work compiled by the organization and attaching it to an individual who did not participate, for campaign purposes.

  • edmundburkenator says:

    Sounds like the Council had some drama…

  • Loudoun Insider says:

    Come on Barb, spill the beans – who was this energetic individual?

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