The GOP's Nazi Problem They're VERY MAD You're Talking About!

2018 State and Local Elections

Republicans get very mad whenever someone compares them to Nazis and white supremacists, but there's a lot of Republicans who are actual Nazis and white supremacists. And they're on the November ballot with an R next to their names.

Take Arthur Jones: He's an actual Illinois Nazi running against the "two-party, Jew-party, queer-party system." Jones ran unopposed to become the Republican nominee for the Illinois 3rd. Local Republicans had ample opportunities to pull any number of levers in the state political machine that could have derailed his candidacy, but they ultimately decided it wasn't worth the money.

Instead of keeping a homophobic Holocaust denier off the ticket, local Republicans were content to condemn Jones, and hope that nobody noticed him between now and November. But when Politico checked in on Jones after Republicans declined to challenge the signatures on his petition for candidacy, Jones responded by saying, "I snookered them. I played by the rules, what can I say?"

This prompted Sen. Ted Cruz, an authority on bigotry, to call Jones a "bigoted fool" and suggested people vote for the Democrat. The lesson here is to never forget your dog whistle.

Last week the North Carolina Republican Party pulled its support from Russell Walker, the Republican nominee for state House District 48 -- but only after the SPLC found Walker's website where he asks, "What is wrong with being a White Supremacist?"

You may remember Walker from last year. After suing to force a local court into putting Confederate flags up, Walker was so enraged by his loss that he blurted out a racial slur in reference to Martin Luther King Jr.

The state GOP reportedly asked Walker to step down, but he declined and won the Republican nomination, defeating his primary opponent with 824 votes. Walker's hometown newspapers, The Highlands Newspaper of Highlands, North Carolina, and the Raeford and Hoke County News-Journal, are no stranger to his anti-semitism and racism. After years of refusing to print "unapologetic misogynist and racist" letters, the News-Journal had to write an editorial explaining why there was a racist nut standing outside their office with a sign advocating white supremacy.

clipping via Highlands Newspaper

Since Trump hasn't made it great again, whenever anyone makes a passing reference to Republicans engaging in tactics pioneered by Nazis, an army of trolls in suits storm from the sewers to test the limits of Godwin's Law.

The GOP recently chastised Democratic gubernatorial candidate Richard Cordray for saying that the Republicans had been scapegoating people "like Nazi Germany" during a campaign stop. Rather than take stock of Cordray's statement, they decided to whine.

Maybe don't run actual Nazis?

If the GOP really cared about not being seen as the party for Nazis and white supremacists, they wouldn't let Rep. Steve King get away with refusing to apologize for retweeting a Nazi sympathizer, or espousing white supremacist views on national television. They wouldn't have tiptoed around Trump's defense of the "alt-right" after Charlottesville, or allowed him to continue pushing birtherism or create literal internment camps for refugees. It's only when it's politically expedient that Republicans denounce one another for blowing their dog whistles too loudly. Instead of taking out the trash rotting inside their party, they're hoping that nobody notices it's overflowing with garbage.

[Washington Free Beacon / Charlotte Observer / Politico]

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OOH BOY HOWDY, The Federalist is on fire this week! Just this morning we told you about the hilarious Federalist column where one neo-Nazi's mom and dad are Democrats, ipso facto QED NEO-NAZIS ARE THE REAL LIBERALS, FUCKERS! Is America's dumbest woman whose name doesn't rhyme with Cara Snailin' over there being a total fuckin' Mollie Hemingway right now? Sadly, she blocked us on Twitter, so how could we possibly know? The answer is WE DON'T CARE.

But now we have a gem of the Federalist genre, an article written by a whiny-ass gay quisling conservative, who would like to chew on his blankie and whine about how much harder it is out there for a conservative than it is for a gay person. This is a subject we happen to have some knowledge about, because we are super gay! And we know a lot about conservatives, both firsthand -- being subjected to them every single one of our almost four decades of life -- and also from covering extremist right-wing Christians for a very long time. Particularly the kind that tell young, impressionable, vulnerable gay kids that they need to pray away the gay if they want Jesus to exercise some self control and refrain from sending them to a fiery hell for all eternity.

We clicked on the article with high hopes. See if you can spot why:

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pic via Glamour Shots, we mean this dude's old website

The House Education and Workforce Committee was all set to have a hearing today all about the horrors that a higher minimum wage would wreak on the economy. Horrors like rich people being slightly less rich. Horrors like business owners claiming they will have to fire people and charge $15 for a McChicken if forced to pay workers a living wage, which they won't actually do because no one will buy a $15 McChicken and they would go out of business if they tried that, and they already don't hire more people than the bare minimum they can get away with. Horrors like poor people not being "motivated" to work harder and get better jobs that do not pay them an amount no human being could possibly live on.

Alas, as Politico reports, it was not to be, as committee members discovered their big witness for the hearing, San Diego State University economist Joseph Sabia (pictured above in a Glamour Shot from his archived website), was kind of a wacko.

Sabia, as it turns out, once had a blog called "No Shades Of Gray," in which he wrote many columns of an extremely homophobic and sexist persuasion. In one of these columns, in 2002, Sabia was very mad about one man's lawsuit against several fast food giants for contributing to his health and obesity problems by failing to disclose the nutritional information of the food they sold. In retrospect, I think most people are now on board with these chains being required to post calorie counts and other nutritional information, but in 2002, Sabia was convinced that requiring them to do this would be an assault on freedom for all Americans everywhere. His response to this was to try and attempt a Jonathan Swift posture and suggest taxing gay sex, which he claimed leads to "disastrous health consequences."

Because sure, that's the same thing, basically.

In gay sex, we have an activity that is clearly leading to disastrous health consequences. What rational person would engage in this sort of activity? There is only one solution - let's tax it.

"Come on, Sabia," you say, "how are you going to enforce these taxes? Are you going to send government officials to peep into everyone's bedroom?"

Eventually. But first we have to mount the assault on Big Gay (no, I am not talking about Rosie O'Donnell). We can tax gay nightclubs, websites, personal ads, sexual paraphernalia, and so forth. Talk about a sin tax!!! We can cripple gay-related industries and get them right where we want them. All gay clubs will have to feature huge, flashing warning signs like "CAUTION: Entering this nightclub may increase your chance of contracting STDs and dying."

Big Gay clearly lures people into trying their "product" without discussing the risks to mind, body, and soul. The average Joe on the street does not understand all of the possible bad outcomes. I can almost hear him now:

"They said '100 percent hotties.' I thought that meant it was fun. I thought gay sex was OK…Now I have all these diseases. Big Gay has wrecked my life."

In the immoral words of Warren G, "Regulators!! Mount up!"


In another 2002 article, classily titled "College Girls: Unpaid Whores," Sabia laments that feminists have led college girls to stop trying to be like the Holy Virgin Mary and instead to aspire to be more like that hussy Ally McBeal.

No, really.

As women have strayed from the church, they have replaced what is holy with what is temporally pleasing. For Catholics, the model woman is Mary, the virgin Mother of God. She is beloved by the faithful for her unflappable devotion to and trust in God, her nurturing of the Son of Man, and her deep love for all humanity.

Today's college girl looks to Ally McBeal, the trollops of Sex in the City, and the floozies on Friends to set their moral compasses.

The sad truth is that college girls are so desperate to find love that they are willing to degrade themselves to get it. But true love can only be understood in the context of the Word of God. Any other notion of "love" is secular and, by definition, limited and finite.

Not only that, but instead of going to college to find a husband, they have boyfriends. Boyfriends they have S-E-X with. And sometimes, not even that. Sometimes they have sex with people just because they want to have sex with people, and not even in exchange for Valentine's Day cards or money!

Additionally, other sex-based relationships have become commonplace. In recent years, a new and disturbing arrangement known as "friends with benefits" has emerged. In this arrangement, men are not even forced to perform the normal duties of boyfriends, i.e. flowers, Valentine's Day cards, rides to the abortion clinic, etc. Instead, girls consider these guys "just friends" whom they happen to screw every now and again. No strings, no attachments, no dinners. Just sex when they feel like it.

This type of arrangement is the next logical step in the direction that young women have drifted in the last few decades. These women have become unpaid whores. At least prostitutes made a buck off of their trade. These women just give it away.

How cute! He was like the ur-incel, basically.

Anyway, following the discovery of the posts, the House Education and Workforce Committee's GOP communications director Kelley McNabb told Politico that "members were uncomfortable moving forward on the hearing." A more optimistic person might think this was a step forward, that maybe those committee members actually thought it was bad to suggest that being gay means being a disease-ridden monster or that college girls are whores, but it's probably more to avoid embarrassment than anything else. Guess they'll have to start from scratch and find a crappy economist who will tell them what they want to hear about the minimum wage but who doesn't have an embarrassing Geocities blog in their past. Good luck with that!


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