New Party, Who Dis

Jan 2015
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Freshman lawmaker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dropped a hammer on Joe Lieberman on Thursday, after the onetime Democratic vice presidential candidate said he feared her brand of high-tax socialism could doom the party's chances for long-term dominance in Congress.

'I certainly hope she’s not the future and I don’t believe she is,' Lieberman said in a Fox Business Network interview. He retired in 2013 after serving 24 years in the U.S. Senate.

The 29-year-old Ocasio-Cortez retweeted the 76-year-old's sentiment with a four-word rejoinder: 'New party, who dis?'

'Who dis?' is a common response to a text message from an unknown number. Among millennials in the smartphone generation, the phrase has morphed into a snarky tool for rejecting someone by framing their approach as a mistake.


'New party, who dis?' Ocasio-Cortez mocks aging Joe Lieberman for hoping 'she's not the future' | Daily Mail Online

How can someone like Joe Liberman, a life long Democrat not realize that his Party has gone full Marxist?

I have to say ..... on this one ...... AOC got it right.
 
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Oct 2013
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Well I think we have the current answer...she doesn't represent the majority party. The media loves her so I guess we have to groan through this one day at a time.
 
Jan 2015
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Well I think we have the current answer...she doesn't represent the majority party. The media loves her so I guess we have to groan through this one day at a time.
Her not representing the majority of the Party is meaningless.

This is a power struggle from within the Party.

One that old dinosaurs like Nanny Pelosi will likely lose in the near future.
 
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Her not representing the majority of the Party is meaningless.

This is a power struggle from within the Party.

One that old dinosaurs like Nanny Pelosi will likely lose in the near future.
Reality can be far different than impressions. Politics can be crazy and both parties lose their way now and then so I'd never bet on any of this but if forced to bet, my money would be on republicans continuing to do everything wrong and continuing their mid term losses. I have seen no signs that they can dig out of the Trump stink.
 
Jan 2015
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Reality can be far different than impressions. Politics can be crazy and both parties lose their way now and then so I'd never bet on any of this but if forced to bet, my money would be on republicans continuing to do everything wrong and continuing their mid term losses. I have seen no signs that they can dig out of the Trump stink.
That's because you are listening to the fake news MSM.

Back, in reality .... Trump remains the most popular President since Reagan.

One simply cannot ignore what the economy is doing and how much that really means to the American voters.
 
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That's because you are listening to the fake news MSM.

Back, in reality .... Trump remains the most popular President since Reagan.

One simply cannot ignore what the economy is doing and how much that really means to the American voters.
Bull-shit...