Rebane trips over his own big words in The Union

A regular reader pointed to the second to the last paragraph in extreme right blogger George Rebane’s diatribe in The Union this morning — an “Other Voices” titled “Living in Colonial America”:

Blah, blah, blah! … Then it read: “At the bottom of it all, constructive and comitous societies are composed of people who trust and therefore can cooperate with one another.” And continued: Blah, blah, blah! …

“Comitous”? WTF is “comitous”?

There is a word “vomitous,” which means “nauseating” or a synonym for Rebane’s diatribes.


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7 thoughts on “Rebane trips over his own big words in The Union”

  1. BTW, there is a noun called “comity,” but it is not used much as an adjective. This must be what Rebane was referring to.

    The noun “comity” refers to a state of civility among people. For example, it is just the opposite of how Barry Pruett campaigned against Greg Diaz in the clerk-record’s race. Oh, and Pruett lost in every precinct!

  2. George speaks in (hate speech) code. Like Donald,that’s no “government bailout” in Indiana, where their own governor could care, it’s making America Great Again-

  3. This is a hoot on Rebane’s blog: “Great article about the alt-left which is not alternative as the alt-left has completely taken over the democrat party. There are no moderate democrats. Posted by: Barry Pruett | 02 December 2016 at 07:40 AM.”

    Guess what the source is? Fox News Opinion. roflol.

    1. You’ve got to hand it to Pruett: Instead of focusing on his own abject failures in managing personal relationships, he seeks to judge others (albeit a little off-base in the analysis). You must learn that kind of hubris in law school! lol.

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