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Sweeney Forgoes Run For Gov in NJ

A quick update on the gubernatorial race in New Jersey, one of the last few legitimate candidates out there that had not announced his intentions one way or the other, the Democratic State Senate President Stephen Sweeney has announced he will not run.

Right now, as far as I know, Barbara Buono is the only Democrat currently in the race to take on Chris Christie. There is apparently an Independent candidate by the name of Diane Sare who has announced she is running, but seeing that she has an item celebrating Lyndon LaRouche’s 90th Birthday last year on the front page of her campaign site, my guess is she is somewhat on the fringe….

As of now, the three most current polls have Chris Christie up by more than 40% over Barbara Buono.

Posted by Dave at 2:30 pm
Filed under: General | Comments (218)

218 Responses to “Sweeney Forgoes Run For Gov in NJ”

  1. Cory says:

    First.

  2. JulStol says:

    First ‘merican

  3. HHR Senator AuthorLMendez, El Patron says:

    Brandon says Christie won’t get more then 53%, I think he has a shot at a floor of 56%-57%

  4. Well I am glad the fight was over. Now I can go get some chex mix.

    Quinnipiac has a new PA gov poll out tomorrow. Can’t wait to compare it to PPP trash

  5. Could it be possible that Christie’s influence might be shifting NJ from a Dark Blue to more of a Moderate/normal blue? Discuss

  6. HHR Senator AuthorLMendez, El Patron says:

    @5 um, not so sure about that. It was one of only 6? states O outperformed his 08 share of the vote in

  7. @6 true, but anybody could go anywhere to vote.

  8. @6 besides, when a disaster occurs, many don’t have voting on their minds.

  9. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Michael (Jeanne Marie for Lt. Governor) says:
    January 28, 2013 at 2:55 pm
    Could it be possible that Christie’s influence might be shifting NJ from a Dark Blue to more of a Moderate/normal blue? Discuss

    -NO!

  10. GF says:

    Bitter Valdez, I appreciate your candor. However, in all fairness, I suppose that I should be outed now as well. There was an effort by my groupies in Wisconsin to write me in for Town Treasurer in Farmington. I received somewhere in the neighbourhood of 40-50 votes, but as I was not an announced W/I candidate, I am pretty sure those votes were tossed out. Pity, as I doubt there are not much more than 100-150 registered voters in that place, and local treasurer would make a fine stepping stone to higher office, certainly no worse than a school board that might propel one into a governorship one day.

  11. NYCmike, I give you be thing. You were clear

  12. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    NYCmike, I give you be thing. You were clear

    -Could someone with a keyboard and a brain translate this for me?

  13. Keybored says:

    -Could someone with a keyboard and a brain translate this for me?

    Comment by NYCmike (Bronxie) — January 28, 2013 @ 3:06 pm

    You rang?

  14. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    I almost wrote keybored!

  15. Bitterlaw says:

    GF- Keep your identity secret. We may need you to sneak in somewhere one of these days.

  16. GF says:

    Bronxie, were you around for Keybored back in the day? I miss the old Marxist. He dropped off one day and I was concered that he might have vectored towards that big aircraft carrier in the sky (he was supposedly an old airedale – a little Navy jargon for someone who works in aviation).

  17. Little Mikey says:

    NJ is a red state now!

  18. Anyways, so no one here believes we should, get rid of Collins right? As much as she flip flops she still holds true with several key votes.

  19. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    I have been around since 2004 or so. I did not post as much, and I may have posted under a different name, between 2004 and 2008 I was a hit&runner. I guess the Jay Cost blog introduced me to this one and to Polipundit, or did Polipundit introduce me to this place? I forget. Since 2008, I have been around much too much!
    Yes, I do remember Keybored, and the other names which are mentioned as the old stalwart liberal guard. I did not know him as well as the regulars do.

  20. HHR Senator AuthorLMendez, El Patron says:

    @18 not a big fan of Collins but she’s the best bet we have in what is becoming a bluer and bluer state

  21. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    “NYCmike, I give you be thing. You were clear”

    -Seriously, what the heck does this mean?

  22. JulStol says:

    With Collins on the ticket, LePage may survive so, yeah. Keep her.

  23. Brandon says:

    I don’t remember saying 53%. Against Buono, he’d probably do a little better than that.

  24. Brandon says:

    Though they’ll try to beat him up over his conditional veto of the minimum wage increase today. Apparently, they’ll put it on the ballot, which probably will increase Dem turnout.

  25. SoHope (the GLOBAL one percenter) says:

    http://wh.gov/Qj6a

    Petition to replace Secret Service with Gun Free Zone signs.

  26. HHR Senator AuthorLMendez, El Patron says:

    @26 heh

  27. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Petition to replace Secret Service with Gun Free Zone signs.

    -That is very funny.

  28. HHR Deadender says:

    “not a big fan of Collins but she’s the best bet we have in what is becoming a bluer and bluer state”

    She is a RINO and failed multiple litmus tests. It’s better to have a Marxist, that will send Collins a message.

    We are going for ideological purity or bust.

  29. JulStol says:

    Just had an experience I can almost guarentee michael will never get…

    I now have some idea what Wes feels like.

    Ex girlfriend’s (as in, from college) HUSBAND invited me over for a 3some because it’s her birthday.

    I politely declined but um…wtf?

  30. Little Mikey Russky says:

    What’s a girlfriend?

  31. HHR Senator AuthorLMendez, El Patron says:

    @30 dude…seriously?!

  32. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Jul,

    Maybe he justs wants to show you his gun.

  33. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Ex girlfriend’s (as in, from college) HUSBAND invited me over for a 3some because it’s her birthday.

    -Here in the big city, this happens just about every time I walk down the street. Move along, you hillbillies!

  34. jason says:

    ” I politely declined but um…wtf?”

    Maybe I can fill in since its an emergency.

    I am sure the GF looks ok, what about the husband?

  35. Bitterlaw says:

    Ex girlfriend’s (as in, from college) HUSBAND invited me over for a 3some because it’s her birthday.

    Maybe she told him you like musicals and have 4 cats. Was she going to be part of the group?

  36. HHR Senator AuthorLMendez, El Patron says:

    2 dudes? little too crowded

  37. Author's GF says:

    On my birthday, Author will have to do all the chores alone, no helpers.

  38. jason says:

    Reminds me of the guy in the bar who bets his dog gave bjs. A drunk patron called him on it and pulled it out.

    The guy said to his dog; “Rover give the man a bj”

    Rover just looked at the thing and looked away.

    The guy says; “Come on Rover, give the man a bj”.

    Rover just stared.

    After a couple more tries with the same result the guy gets down on his knees and says:

    “Ok Rover, but this is the last time I am showing you how to do it”.

  39. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    4 cats?

    -That is weird. Cats either roam alone, or maybe have a running mate. After that, questions need to be asked.

  40. SoHope (the GLOBAL one percenter) says:

    Sorry dude. I would never consider a
    “devil’s three-way”

  41. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – I have one cat. We have a solid relationship. 4 is a cry for help.

  42. JulStol says:

    Oh, I didn’t even consider it.

    Girl does have the 3rd nicest rack that I’ve experienced, though.

  43. Her Husband says:

    @45 wait until you feel my sausage helping you out with that rack

  44. JulStol says:

    (The husband looks just a little like me and does swing both ways…as does she. I do not.)

  45. Bitterlaw says:

    It has been a very long time but SoHope’s willingness to not only name a practice but give a video link earns him the designation as today’s Favorite Evangelical.

  46. JulStol says:

    @ 45

    Kill me. Now.

  47. SoHope (the GLOBAL one percenter) says:

    #47…Adding it to my collection.

  48. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    How come more people have not commented on the immigration proposal? I am sorry, but for Rubio to mix himself up with Graham & McCain, Schumer & Durbin, that really makes me suspect he is not the right person to lead this nation. There is no way enforcement will be 1st, 2nd, or 3rd with Schumer & Durbin participating.

  49. JulStol says:

    “How come more people have not commented on the immigration proposal?”

    Dude,…priorities. Oh, right, in your part of the world, it’s just a normal monday.

  50. HHR Fact Checker says:

    ok…hold on. The guy who gives Rand Paul passes on foreign policy is flipping out over Rubio’s stance on 1 issue? discuss.

  51. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    The guy who gives Rand Paul passes on foreign policy

    -What does this mean? 1)I gave someone a pass?, or 2)I simply listened to what he said, without putting his father’s beliefs forward as his?

  52. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    And…Fact Checker, are you unable to walk and chew at the same time?

  53. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    “Dude,…priorities. Oh, right, in your part of the world, it’s just a normal monday.”

    -I must be drunk, because I am having trouble understanding what people are writing today.

  54. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Also, I am reacting more to whom Rubio has ASSOCIATED with, not so much the legislation, although it looks like 2006 all over again.

  55. jason says:

    Rand Paul thinks Iran is not a threat and we were responsible for 9/11, but NYC is worried about Rubio’s position on immigration.

    8)

  56. GF says:

    Jul, good call; the Devil’s Three-Way is simply unpardonable.

    Out probably until tomorrow. Got to pick up books for PoliSci tomorrow afternoon, and have a stats class tonight. Cheers.

  57. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    jason says:
    January 28, 2013 at 4:55 pm
    Rand Paul thinks Iran is not a threat and we were responsible for 9/11, but NYC is worried about Rubio’s position on immigration.

    -I’d hate to be a dead horse and meet you in Amish country.

  58. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    jason,

    So Rubio laying down with Schumer, Durbin, McCain & Graham does not make you have any questions???

  59. Tiger Woods says:

    When I double-bogey, I make it look good.

  60. jan says:

    Ugh Todd Akin redux…

    Conservative Rep. Steve King is seriously considering a run for the Iowa Senate seat being vacated by Tom Harkin, and even Republicans who worry that he would struggle in a general election acknowledge that the tea party favorite would enter the race as the frontrunner for the GOP nomination.

    Read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2013/01/can-steve-king-win-iowa-senate-seat-86820.html#ixzz2JJMPI0pQ

  61. jan says:

    The GOP had its chance to create its own immigration policy and put in it law after the 2004 election but the nativist like Steve King stopped Bush.

    So this is going to happen whether NY Mike and the other anti-immigration Republicans like it or not.

  62. jason says:

    60. So Rubio laying down with Schumer, Durbin, McCain & Graham does not make you have any questions??”

    Let’s see what they come up with.

    If Rubio is onboard, he probably got some of his own input in it. Which would be good.

    Nobody has been more against amnesty than me on this board. I tore Rick Perry a new one for his pro-amnesty statements, and I like Rick Perry

    But if you are reconciled to the fact 12 million people are not going to be deported, then we have to try to reach some solution. My preference is for a system that gets control of the border and delays and restricts any “path to citizenship” as much as possible.

  63. jason says:

    In fairness to King, what Bush proposed was amnesty.

    It was hardly “the GOP’s own immigration policy”.

    This is probably just amnesty too, let’s see.

  64. jason says:

    ” NY Mike and the other anti-immigration Republicans ”

    I don’t speak for NYC, but I am in favor of upholding our immigration laws.

    Does that make me anti-immigration? I doubt it, I am foreign born myself. I favor LEGAL immigration.

  65. jan says:

    Let’s see there was Amnesty on Bush’s and a GOP controlled Congress terms with and there is Amnesty on Obama’s and LaRaza’s terms which one would you prefer?

  66. jan says:

    Obviously upholding our immigration laws haven’t worked since there are 12 million plus undocumented aliens in America.

    My point is that the GOP had the chance to do this 100% on their terms just 8 short years ago, they didn’t and now they have to deal with Obama and Reid and La Raza.

  67. jason says:

    “Obviously upholding our immigration laws haven’t worked”

    Ahh, I love this specious argument.

    Because our government doesn’t enforce immigration laws, we should not have any.

  68. JulStol says:

    Yeah, really an issue Conservatives should get involved in.

  69. jason says:

    ” Let’s see there was Amnesty on Bush’s and a GOP controlled Congress terms with and there is Amnesty on Obama’s and LaRaza’s terms which one would you prefer?

    Neither. Amnesty is amnesty.

    If you are saying Bush could have come up with a proposal that would have passed Congress, that would have been great.

    Congress was not willing to approve full blown amnesty then, fortunately. Maybe they will now.

  70. jan says:

    We don’t have any right now. The facts are my friends is that this is an issue Republicans who oppose reform will ultimately lose on. The seeds of that defeat were built in 2005 and 2006. The same way the seeds of the GOP defeat on taxes were built in 2001.

  71. jan says:

    We have the most prominent Latino Republican is backing the bill, hailed has the future of the party.

  72. Brandon says:

    Is this the same jan that is a former poster that now pretends to be a woman on here?

  73. jason says:

    75. That is why it’s worth giving it a look.

    But don’t give me that crap that the Republicans could have passed amnesty in 2007. Of course they could have passed amnesty any year. The Dems would always vote for amnesty.

    The problem with that bill was that it was full blown amnesty and zero border enforcement. That’s why it would never has passed Congress.

    Maybe this will be different. I am not optimistic, but the fact Rubio has some input is at least somewhat encouraging.

  74. jason says:

    Oh and Jan, “reform” my ass. Be honest and call it amnesty.

  75. jan says:

    Reform/ Amnesty it’s all gonna have the same result. Those who came here illegal will get to stay and many will become citizens

  76. PA AG Kaine says:

    Jul’s a Conservative? Why did he vote for me?

  77. jason says:

    ” Those who came here illegal will get to stay and many will become citizens”

    And you have no problem with that, right?

  78. jason says:

    80. You had no chance of winning.

    Oh, wait….

  79. jason says:

    I think his real name is Januszewski.

  80. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    “So this is going to happen whether NY Mike and the other anti-immigration Republicans like it or not.”

    -I am anti-immigration because I am worried about the other Senators that Marco Rubio is working with? What are you, Little Mikey’s little sister, throwing around nonsense insults with no evidence to back it up? I am not anti-immigrant at all, considering that we have at least 2 men currently working for us who have been going through the process for a very long time, and my father also sponsored people in his earlier days.

    I will repeat, my worry right now is not the bill itself, but the people Rubio has worked with on it! I do not trust the other Senators at all! I think they will use Rubio for cover, he better be willing to come out against if they start watering down any enforcement provisions.

  81. jan says:

    It’s not about if I have a problem with it. It’s the reality. This happens with some GOP input or with 100% Democrat and La Raza support when they take over the congress.

  82. jason says:

    Jan comes here to mouth Democratic talking points and then concludes, surprisingly, that Democrats are right.

    8)

  83. jason says:

    “It’s not about if I have a problem with it”

    That’s not an answer.

    Do you have a problem with it or not?

    Let’s stop the hypocrisy.

  84. Tiger Woods says:

    Suck it, haters.

  85. jan says:

    Again when given the opportunity to pass a bill 100% on their own terms the many in the GOP blocked it.

    It seems with the GOP it’s always about missed opportunity. Whether it’s about taxes, spending, immigration etc., etc.. Instead of worrying about Tery Shaivo during that first year of Bush’s second term they should have done something on this.

  86. david says:

    In order to get numbers like Christie, perhaps, cuccinelli should do a photo-op with President Obama on Virgnia Beach.

  87. jason says:

    Tiger, let’s see if you can win a major. Anyone on the PGA can win a tournament. The last major was what 2008, almost 5 years ago?

  88. jason says:

    “Again when given the opportunity to pass a bill 100% on their own terms the many in the GOP blocked it.”

    BS. That bill was amnesty. Pure and simple. That’s why it was blocked.

  89. jason says:

    Tiger beat out Snedeker, Teater, Walker, Watney, Garrigus, Fowler, Baddeley, Haas, Delaet, Choi, Howell, Day and Fritsch rouding up the top 10.

    Yawwnnnn………………

  90. Tiger Woods says:

    How many strokes did I kick your boy Phil’s ass by?

    Muahahaha….

  91. HHR Senator AuthorLMendez, El Patron says:

    i believe jan took over the original jan’s handle, leaving only the original jan to call herself janz. jan also was one of the people mking “lists” of people who thought O was doing well in the campaign.

  92. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    I have to go with Tiger here, simply because he manned up and said he left California the week he became pro because of the tax issue. Where the heck has Phil Mickelson been the last 20 years? He just realized now he was subsidizing all the gangs in L.A.?

  93. Rep. Steve King’s chances are being assessed by GOP RNSC

  94. Tiger Woods says:

    No he can’t win.

  95. @100 we all know that, except Bunu and Jul

  96. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    It is a shame we cannot have ONLY people running for NJ governor with first and last names starting with same letter.

    Such as names like:

    Abner Aardvark
    Barbara Buono
    Chris Christie
    Dick Durbin
    Edgar Efferts
    Fred Farber
    Gerri Gordon
    Hnery Hyde
    Inez Ibanna
    Jesse Jackson
    etc.

  97. Phil says:

    Enjoyed the hard hitting 60 Minutes interview with Hillary and President Obama.

    Hard hitting journalism at its finest.

  98. Tim says:

    #90:
    Gov. Christie, I respect. I don’t agree with him on many of the issues, because he’s a Conservative Republican. Still, he has earned my respect. He’s a good and decent public servant. He put the welfare of the people of New Jersey before politics. And, that has nothing to do with photo ops.

  99. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    “I don’t agree with him on many of the issues”

    -How dare he save the state of NJ from bankruptcy, all on the backs of the “working man”!

  100. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    when does one wake up and realize his political ideology is causing the nation to go bankrupt?

  101. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    NYC,

    Never. Sad to say.

  102. Tim I forgive you for not being a republican

  103. Phil says:

    Any day now.

    LMAO

  104. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    “He put the welfare of the people of New Jersey before politics.”

    -Oh yeah, it had nothing to do with how he would be looked at by the media. He did it all for the people of NJ. Obama wanting to tax corporations more, and wanting to tax dividends at a higher rate, no one in NJ got hurt by those little things. And Obama’s EPA, that won’t cost the NJ citizens more when paying their utility bills.

  105. Tim says:

    #107:
    I don’t know. So far, you haven’t done so.

  106. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Michael (Jeanne Marie for Lt. Governor) says:
    January 28, 2013 at 7:10 pm

    Tim I forgive you for not being a republican

    -Who the heck made this Kid Commie into GOD?

  107. Tim says:

    So, any of you scholars want some of my ass, tonight? Or do you need to recruit some assistance? LOL

  108. Tim and NYCMIKE. Don’t fight about political ideology it isn’t going to get any of us anywhere.

  109. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Tim says:
    January 28, 2013 at 7:11 pm

    #107:
    I don’t know. So far, you haven’t done so.

    LOL!

  110. NYCMike, apparently needs divine beings to help him understand that political ideology is not a thing to fight about on Monday nights

  111. Emerica says:

    Heh…

    I can’t stand Steve King. He pisses me off actually

    Who said I wa in favor of that guy?

  112. Emerica hater, since you actually just lied about denying it.

  113. Tim says:

    Oh, I’m just having a bit of fun. The thread was kinda dead.

  114. Tim says:

    Of course, then bunu showed up, and that really killed it. LOL

  115. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Monday
    Scholar: We have 24 dollars for dinner tonight.
    Tim: Let’s go buy 2 steaks for $38. We’ll pay the rest tomorrow.

    Tuesday
    Scholar: We have 24 dollars for dinner tonight.
    Tim: Let’s go buy 2 steaks for $38. We’ll pay the rest tomorrow.
    Scholar: You know, maybe we should pay the steakhouse the $14 we owe, and eat Ramen noodles tonight.
    Tim: Let’s go to the pasta place instead, we can get a great meal for $38, and we’ll pay them back the next day.
    Scholar: I think I need to change this habit of not paying off debts.
    Tim: Well, I’ll go find the “working man” and treat him to dinner. C U L8R!

  116. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Michael,
    Can you string together one grammatically correct sentence? Please, just one.

  117. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    I hope my request was grammatically correct.

  118. 9 republicans vote yes in Senate sandy aid package.

    36 said NO.

    Package passes 62-36 with Murray and King not voting.

    http://www.senate.gov/legislative/LIS/roll_call_lists/roll_call_vote_cfm.cfm?congress=113&session=1&vote=00004

  119. NYCmike, I honestly don’t care about grammar when I use the IPAD

  120. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Both Jul and Little Mikey have mentioned Monday as being a bad day for certain questions. Is there some secret code that I don’t know about, or are the youngsters trying to make some waves?

  121. Cory says:

    “Tim and NYCMIKE. Don’t fight about political ideology it isn’t going to get any of us anywhere.”
    - Comment by Michael (Jeanne Marie for Lt. Governor)

    You seem a little confused about where you are, Mikey.

  122. No, it’s just the people from the Bronx that are getting the bad reception

  123. @129 I am on the HHR. Cory you seem a little confused where you are, since your not American I feel it is best that you go onto some Canadian website.

  124. W. PA Observer says:

    On the immigration group – Both Rubio and Flake (important to remember, Flake, a conservative from Arizona is on this as well) are solid guys- I’ll trust them on this. We’ll see where it goes.

  125. SusyQue says:

    Obama Secretly Pledges to Divide Jerusalem
    Aaron Klein

    Now that he has secured his second term, President Barack Obama has already secretly pledged to the Palestinians he will press Israel into a new round of so-called land-for-peace negotiations, a top Palestinian Authority negotiator told KleinOnline.
    The negotiator said top members of the Obama administration told the Palestinians the U.S. president will renew
    Now that he has secured his second term, President Barack Obama has already secretly pledged to the Palestinians he will press Israel into a new round of so-called land-for-peace negotiations, a top Palestinian Authority negotiator told KleinOnline.

    The negotiator said top members of the Obama administration told the Palestinians the U.S. president will renew talks aimed at creating a Palestinian state in the so-called 1967 borders—meaning in the West Bank, Gaza Strip and, notably, eastern Jerusalem.

    More:
    http://www.bibleprophecyblog.com/2013/01/obama-secretly-pledges-to-divide.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BibleProphecyBlog+%28Bible+Prophecy+Blog%29

  126. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    My biggest problem with this latest immigration bill is that it, once again, is simply not punitive enough to discourage the exact same behavior. Also, for those trying to get in legally, those here illegally should NOT be given a pass in front of them.

    Having said all of this, it is now a matter of mathematics and we are going to lose on that account. So, a solution is going to happen or we are going to have elections that are going to the dentist and having your teeth pulled out without Novocaine.

    Yea, it sucks.

  127. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    OK, I know it is not even a proposed bill yet but you guys know what I mean.

  128. Phil says:

    Trust our President. He’s a skeet shooter you know.

  129. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    http://news.yahoo.com/fraud-concerns-linger-over-ill-license-law-155828827.html

    Sigh – they will get scholarships while I have to struggle to send my kids to a decent college. The incentive is to NOT work. Cheat. Break the law. That is where the rewards are these days. Work? That is for suckers.

  130. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    So, if you are “illegal” but you are getting a driver’s license and your kids will get a great, free education, are you really illegal? Is there even such a thing anymore?

    Down is up. Up is down.

    The best is when the illegals hold rallies and wave the Mexican flag. I understand they love their country. I get it. What I DO NOT get is why they are NOT in Mexico waiving that flag.

  131. PA AG Kaine says:

    MD – I just spent 2 hours with the dentist. Can you choose a differrent analogy?

  132. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    More “hard hitting” coverage. Yea, Barack is a man without labels!

    http://news.yahoo.com/don-t-hem-him-in—liberal–can-t-define-the-obama-presidency–154423941.html

  133. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    MD,

    Why would Rubio sign on to something like this? Like you said, there is not even a bill yet, but why not avoid guys like Schumer and Durbin? They are toxic, and not to be trusted. At least try to get Dem Senators from a red state to go along with you.

  134. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    The Governor, nor the Lt Gov are here. It might be good time for a coup.

  135. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    I declare myself, Supreme Being of HHR. Michael, bring my slippers, and finish your milk and cookies and get to bed!

  136. Emerica says:

    Lied about denying why?

    Nope. I can’t Stan Steve king.

  137. Bitterlaw says:

    MD – can you explain how Jul was not a supporter of AG Kaine even though he voted for her? Your insight would be appreciated. He also loves Castor over zcorbett but that was expected. I hope he gets to explain why he supports Alyson Schwartz or Joe Sestak in 2014 as a True Conservative.

  138. Bitterlaw says:

    A coup to become Lt. Governor? That’s not exactly a lofty goal.

  139. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Who is Stan Steve?

    I am telling you, look at the grammar and sentence structure for Emerica and Michael the Commie. Same nonsense every time, unintelligible.

  140. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Bitter,

    I was hoping to get an opinion of that video of Corbett. Will that play well in the Philly suburbs?

  141. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Where has lisab been? Did she finally have her hubby’s best friend come over?

  142. NYCmike (Bronxie) says:

    Ok, I am to bed. Good night, all you heathens!

  143. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – I didn’t watch it and I’m not going back for it. Corbett commented on a law that did’t pass. He said that if it had passed, women did’t have to look at the ultrasound. Corbett has never campaigned on abortion. The fact that Jul hates Corbett as a RINO bodes very well for Corbett in the suburbs.

  144. Emerica says:

    Boehner is governing like a Democrat.

    We had 25 R’s ready to dump this guy but too many morons supported him.

  145. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Since November, I decided not to bother to shave and grow a beard. And take up the guitar.

    Here I am performing my new HOBO song.
    The last third of the song is the killer part.
    http://www.youtube.com/embed/Xv1tMioGgXI?rel=0

  146. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    yawn

  147. Bitterlaw says:

    Is that yawn directed towards anybody in particular?

  148. MD (IP - Akin and Mourdock Will Win!) says:

    Not you, not Walt, Not Bronxie

  149. Bitterlaw says:

    Does he rhyme with Pamerica-baiting has yard?

  150. Emerica says:

    It’s true.

    Boehner passed two bills in a row with minority GOP support, and now he’s crafting a bill with the two most liberal members of the senate GOP: Rubio and McCain.

    He’s terrible

  151. SusyQue says:

    Frank Camp says:
    Barack Obama pins his own shortcomings on his opponents so elegantly that most low-information voters are completely unaware of his falsity. In classic propagandist form, he is painting Conservatives as the monsters, when everything he attributes to them describes himself and his own Party. So, if the yardstick with which you measure dishonesty is this reversal, I’d call Obama the “Propagandist President.” There are many other things I would call him as well, but I’ll leave that to your wild imaginations.

    http://sm2.responsebeacon.com/track?t=v&eas=2&mid=205209&msgid=181102&did=23501&edid=23501&sn=33568174&eid=dasaro@cox.net&eeid=dasaro@cox.net&uid=2_198442&rid=198442&erid=198442&fl=&mvid=&tgid=&extra=&&&2014&eu=4001&&&

  152. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    115.So, any of you scholars want some of my ass, tonight? Or do you need to recruit some assistance?
    *************
    I hereby nominate #115 for the gayest post tonight.

  153. SusyQue says:

    Barack Obama is Not Pleased
    by Franklin Foer and Chris Hughes

    The president on his enemies, the media, and the future of football

    http://www.newrepublic.com/article/112190/obama-interview-2013-sit-down-president#

  154. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    SoHope,

    Your link will not open.

  155. Been wanting to say this for awhile says:

    STFU, Bunu, you piece of nazi $%&@. I would kick you in the face if I wasn’t so worried that the steaming pile of crap that you were wouldn’t blow back and stain the nice winter jacket that your mother gave me last night.

    Why don’t you just go sodomize yourself with a rusty fence post. I’ll hold up the picture of Ron and Rand so you can enjoy it more fully. Heck, I’ll even lend you my belt so you can tighten it around your neck. Maybe we will get lucky and you will go into a coma, that you won’t wake up from until Ron Paul is taking a long overdue dirt nap and Rand Paul is outted as the puppetmaster of Stormfront and is run out of DC on a rail.

    Then you’ll have nothing to post links of.

    You piece of Ronulan scum, I wouldn’t piss on you if you were on fire or offer you the sweat off my balls if you were dying of thirst!

    Let’s see if this gets by the filter…

  156. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Have NONE of you watched me singing the HOBO song @ #154 above link???

    The one entilted Brain Fart?

    I work and work and work for you people and nobody bothers to watch me sing.

    Jesus Wept.

  157. Bitterlaw says:

    I did not write 165. I wish I did but I can’t take credit for something I didn’t do.

  158. B. YoMama says:

    We MUST ban football.

    It provides too much hope for those in the Black community that they can get good at football, get a multimillion contract and rise above the plantation of the hood and make something of themselves without the help of the government.

    Besides that those $50-$100MM pro football salaries being pulled down by Black players really skews the salaries of the average Black family in America and does not show as big a gap between Blacks and honkies as I want it to show.

  159. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    167.Walt’s voters in action!
    ************
    Now you know why I did not win reelection.

    Again,
    Jesus wept.

  160. Tulipomania says:

    Boehner can pass a grand bargain immigration bill, but there will be hell to pay in the coming primaries for it including Boehner himself.

    And he won’t get any additional voters from it because his new voters will be voting Democrat.
    ,

    He’s not bright enough to figure that out though.

  161. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    What happens when you mix your

    r o g a i n e

    and your

    v i a g r a?
    (toward the end of the video)

    http://www.youtube.com/embed/Xv1tMioGgXI?rel=0

  162. Tulipomania says:

    If Boehner brings an immigration bill to the floor, he needs to be fired immediately.

    Why is this mother#$@%#$% the speaker of the house.

  163. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part two says:

    Speaking of not being bright, you when will you realize that nobody cares about your opinion or what you post.

    You are the bulging puss-filled butt pimple of the HHR.

    Why don’t you get out of your mom’s basement, crank up you scooter, put your lips around it’s tailpipe (just pretend it’s Ron Paul junk) and breathe deeply.

    If you promise to do that tomorrow, I may consider actually clicking on one of your racist moonbat links.

  164. Tulipomania says:

    Quit trolling bitter.

  165. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part three says:

    dang, I’m starting to get worked up. I didn’t check for typos.

    Let me summerize:

    Bunu…

    You suck.
    Nobody reads your posts.
    Nobody clicks on your links.
    Eat &$%@ and die.
    I slept with your mom.

  166. Bitterlaw says:

    Been wanting – I like your moxie.

  167. Bitterlaw says:

    It’s not me, Bunu. I wish it was.

  168. Tulipomania says:

    Maybe the poor grammar means the troll is NYCmike (Bronxie)

    That would explain things.

  169. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part three says:

    Thanks, I think I have gotten most of it out of my system…I will go back to my normal handle and despise bunu in a less direct fashion.

  170. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part five says:

    We are at part 5…right?

    seeing bunu call someone else a troll is so freaking funny. Hating bunu is the one thing that unites with blog. You are the troll and you haven’t come to terms with it yet.

    And no, I am not NYCmike. He likes your son…I don’t.

    Follow along you dog turd of a man. Rub those two brain cells together and maybe you will be able to figure out, who out of all the thousands of people that despise you, the hundreds that post here, and the scores that have slept with your mom…that I am.

  171. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part six says:

    Top five things to avoid in life:

    1.Clicking on a Bunu link
    2.Cancer
    3.Aids
    4.Drowning in a shallow pool of vomit
    5.Choking on horse semen

  172. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Dear Sen. Rubio,

    (and all the other lame brain U.S. Senators)

    Here is what the American public OVERWHELMINGLY want concerning how to deal with the illegal immigration problem.

    First and foremost, do your fricking constitutional JOB to protect against foreign invasion and close down the border tighter than a tick–meaning SECURE the border all 1500 or so miles of the southern border. Fence, mine field, troops, electronic and aerial surveilance–whatever it takes.

    ILLIEGAl IMMIGRATION IS A:

    –NATIONAL SECURITY ISSUE
    –ILLEGAL DRUGS ISSUE
    –HUMAN TRAFFICING ISSUE
    –U.S. JOBS AND UNEMPLOYMENT ISSUE
    –CRIME ISSUE
    –ORGANIZED CRIME ISSUE
    –WELFARE FRAUD ISSUE
    –TAX FRAUD ISSUE
    –EDUCATION ISSUE
    –MEDICAL COSTS ISSUE
    –HEALTH ISSUE
    –HOUSING ISSUE
    that is/has costing Americans hundreds of billions of dollars.

    You @ssholes have failed to fix it for 20 years and have let it grow to these 11-15 or more Millions of illegals we now have here.

    Every one of you @sshole congressmen should be REQUIRED to live in home within 50 feet of the Mexican border–WITHOUT any security detail to protect your @ss–and you OF COURSE will NOT be allowed to have ANY firearms at your dwelling to protect yourself, loved ones and property from illegal immigration activity.
    *********************

    And the PATH TO CITIZENSHIP?

    Here is the F-ing path to citizenship.

    EVery fricking person who is here ILLEGALLY will get their @ss rounded up and shipped out of here to their motherland.

    No more free goverment sh!t. No more.

    The path to U.S. citizenship for them leads OUT of this country to their home country and they can APPLY and GET IN F***** LINE–LIKE ALL LEGAL APPLICANTS from thier OWN country and others.
    ********************
    If you do not have the B@lls to do the above and instead grant amnesty to all illegals now here and tack on some dollar penalty or fine–it damn sight better be at least $200,000 per illegal immigrant to cover all the costs incurred by the U.S. in dealing with illegal immigration (prison costs, education costs, medical costs, enforcement costs, etc., etc, etc.)

    No more anchor babies either.

    Yes, we need to have a sensible program to allow foreign workers to come into the U.S.–closely monitoring and tracking and grabbed and expelled if they mess up.

  173. Bitterlaw says:

    I think Been is Jason, GFY or MD. It doesn’t matter. I am so damn proud of however it is.

  174. Tulipomania says:

    McCain says that any immigration bill must include an amnesty

    McCain said that Sens. Bob Menendez (D-NJ), Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Lindsay Graham (R-SC), Dick Durbin (D-IL), and others will be working on the legislation. The exact outline of what will be in the bill is unclear, but McCain said the Senators will announce its key “principles” this week.

  175. Bitterlaw says:

    That is not Walt. He is not foul-mouthed.*

    *good thing for me. He would be Governor of HHR if he was.

  176. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part seven says:

    #185, no…no…and no

  177. Bitterlaw says:

    185 should be GF.

  178. Bitterlaw says:

    Could it be. Has MFG returned?

  179. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part eight says:

    Jim Jones could have gotten a lot more people to commit suicide. All he had to do was make them friend you on facebook

  180. Tulipomania says:

    You forget that MFG and I get along well. He used to post on polipundit back in the day.

    We’ve always gotten along well although I i did like to tease him about how Romney was going to tank.

    Not MFG.

  181. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    A 747 takes off for a 6 hour transatlantic flight to the U.S.

    Four hours into the flight, a stow-a-way is found in the bathroom or hiding under a seat.

    Does the pilot say:

    Well the stow-a-way does come from an economically deprived rathole of a country, so let’s move him on up to a nice coach seat and give him his choice of beverage and a pillow?

    Illegal entry is illegal is illegal.

  182. Tulipomania says:

    I was friends with MFG before he posted on this forums.

  183. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part nine says:

    awwwwww…how cute…you actually think another human being liked you and was your friend.

    and no, I’m not MFG

  184. Tulipomania says:

    Looks like I got Walt worked up.

  185. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part ten says:

    nope not Walt…but I’m sure he thinks you’re a tool as well

  186. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    IOt slays me about all the “what ifs” about some illegal immigrant.

    What if they had enlisted in the U.S. armed forces and carried arms defending this country?

    Tough sh!t.

    Thank him for his service, seise any assets he accumlated while commiting his fraudulent action and

    Kick him OUT!
    *********************
    What about the poor children who were brought here by their illegal immigrant parents?

    Tough sh!t.
    Kick the kids out, too.
    ****************************
    What about the 70 year old immigrant who has lived here in the shadows for 50 years, worked hard, never lived in government subsidixed housing, never sent their kids to public schools, never once visited a U.S. hospital to recieve subsidized care, never had kids go to state supported 2 or 4 year higher Ed institutions, never was on food stamps or any other welfare, etc., never committed any crime (other than entering the U.S. illegally, falsifying documents, lying on employment records and God knows what else)

    Tough sh!t–THROW THEM OUT!

  187. Tulipomania says:

    I was talking about Walt’s actual posts. No I didn’t think Walt was the troll.

  188. bunew says:

    no, i’m the troll

  189. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    You find someone who has been living in your crawl space under your house for 5 years.

    “Well come on out and you can have the spare bedroom and I’ll be sure to set an extra plate for you for dinner!?”

    Nope. I kick their @ss OUT!

  190. Tulipomania says:

    #201
    Why not just do nothing?

    Seems reasonable to me.

  191. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Hey.

    Just discovered that we have 14 million people here that are here illegally.

    Population equal to population of entire state of WV TIMES 8!!!

    We have no idea where they came from, what disease they may have, how they have been surviving economically, what all they may have been doing since they have been here, how much they have ALREADY cost U.S. taxpaers or will in the FUTURE cost the taxpayers, etc.

    KICK THEM OUT.

    K
    I
    C
    K

    T
    H
    E
    M

    O
    U
    T!!!!!!

  192. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part ten says:

    Bunu, you wouldn’t know reasonable if it walked up to you and kicked you in the balls.

  193. W. PA Observer says:

    165- Uncle Jonathan’s Corn-Cob-Pipe! THAT was a take-down.

    - Walt, how many immigrants in your part of West Virginia do you have there, really?

  194. Been wanting to say this for awhile - part twelve says:

    Bunu, somewhere out there is a tree, tirelessly producing oxygen so you can breathe. I think you owe it an apology.

  195. W. PA Observer says:

    205- Con’td.

    The country does not have the political consensus or interest to forcibly remove 11 million people from its borders- that isn’t happening, sorry, no way, not going to. So it’s a matter of what to do with them.

    I’d be okay with some level of “pay the fine, learn English, work/pay taxes, and don’t receive citizenship for a LENGTHY period of time – as long as the people that are in the legal lines go first for everything. Seriously, the people that have done it all correctly and risk deportation if they lose their jobs – put those people on the fast track- reward legal action, etc. Not helping on that front is my deal-breaker on this.

  196. Tulipomania says:

    #207

    I agree. That’s why I tend to favor doing nothing really.

    It’s kind of like not enforcing a non-violent crime (but they shouldn’t get a reward for it either)

  197. Tulipomania says:

    One thing we don’t need is work verification schemes.

  198. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    Walt, how many immigrants in your part of West Virginia do you have there, really?

    There is a presence here. More since construction boom that started here about 10 years ago. MS 13 is in the area. Problems with illegals being involved in drugs trafficking, robberies, murders, shooting, thefts, etc.–almost weekly newspaper accounts in this region.

    Most sh!t for brains liberals and sh!t for brains low information voters/people have no clue as to connecting the dots as to local societal problems that stem from the illegal population.

    In the last 10 years I have attended quad state legislative meetings involving WV,VA,MD and PA with law enforcment folks in this region that have been a real eye opener. And regional law enforcement getting practically no help from feederal authorities.

    I wish the general public knew what I know. But the general public is dumb and happy.

  199. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    “209.One thing we don’t need is work verification schemes.”

    The HELL we don’t!!
    We need them badly.

  200. Tulipomania says:

    Walt, zero chance on ever getting an enforcement mandate.

    The reason is there are too many people just working peacefully minding their own business even if it illegally.

    No one will ever support deporting those people. The question is just whether or not they deserve a reward or not, or whether we just leave them be to do their thing.

  201. Tulipomania says:

    Work verification scheme reminds me of Soviet Russia when the state decided who could work in the city and who was to work on the farms.

    Why should you not be able to hire who ever you want?

  202. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    So we get a sizeable illegal immigrant population in an area.

    They need illegal services (fake drivers licenses, other ID). They become prey of other illegal organized crime gangs who make tons of money off the “hard working” illegals to provide documents. Of course they also rob, rape (or forced prostitution) and kill the “hard working” ones.

    Local authorities catch the illegals due to a work site inspection, DUI stop, accident, fight, shooting or knifing, etc. Turn them over to federal authorities, feds kick em lose.

    When a real bad illegal dude murders someone and is caught, they go to prison.

    Cost to the court, police investigation, etc. plus prison costs of $25,000 per year once convicted. You and I are the poor dumb sh!ts footing all that cost. Plus the “free” ER costs to patch up the stabee, shootee, etc.–you and I are paying for that too.

    If you think illegals have not figured ways to game the system and get food stamps, subsidized housing, free or subsidized medical care you have poop for brains.

  203. Tulipomania says:

    (fake drivers licenses, other ID)

    …I’d be 100% against government ID’s anyway.

    I think it’s absurd to have to carry one to drive.

  204. Walt, HHR Senator, formerly known as Delegate says:

    I held up passsage of a bill in committee due to my amendment to ensure that any city parking garage employee of any WV municipality be a legal resident of the U.S.

    I was painted as someone who was unreasonable.

    I did get an amendment passed in the education committee though to prevent someone who was not a legal resident of the U.S. (an ILLEGAL immigrant) from being awarded a state funded scholarship. Passed 24 to 1 in committee and became law in WV.

    Fed law says same thing for Pell grants–illegal immigrants cannot get them. (unless YoMamas has now issued an executive order changing that)

  205. Tim says:

    #216:
    And, you wonder why you lost your re-election bid?

  206. Tim says:

    #177:
    You slept with his mom?