Bush Leads GOP in NH

Things got away from me a little bit the last couple of days, but I do have time to post a new poll from Suffolk University for the state of New Hampshire that has Jeb Bush in the lead.

Jeb Bush 19%
Scott Walker 14%
Rand Paul 7%
DOnald Trump 6%
Ted Cruz 5%
Chris Christie 5%
Ben Carso 3%
Mike Huckabee 3%
Marco Rubio 3%
Carly Fiorina 2%
Paul Ryan 1%
Lindsey Graham 1%
Rick Perry 1%
Bobby Jindal 1%
Everyone else <0.5%

This poll was done March 21-24 among 500 likely primary voters.

Posted by Dave at 8:40 pm
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194 Responses to “Bush Leads GOP in NH”

  1. Walt, now home again says:

    Anyone watching the Notre Dame / Wichita State game on CBS?

    Are you gonna continue to watch the Kentucky vs. WVU game?

    If so are you gonna root for the Mountaineers?
    (Where is Scooter to do a poll when you need him)

  2. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Does Wichita State have a football team?

    If they do,then they must have a Wichita lineman.
    (Glen Campbell joke)

  3. Soccer guru says:

    I got tickets to the Sat regional finals.

    My son wanted to go to tonight’s games, but with a 10 pm start, we decided it was not prudent.

  4. Cash Cow ™ says:

    I have not see WVU play all year (not in person or on TV).

    I think I heard Kentucky is favored by 12.

    Will it be height (and talent) vs. heart?

    GO ‘EERS!
    (but if they do happen to win, I will not burn my couch)

  5. Maggie, new assistant head pollster of SCEUTERS POLLING SERVICE says:

    Scooter is busy recharging his implant. He hopes to check in later.

  6. Walt, now home again says:

    Who is Fr. Ted?

  7. Cash Cow ™ says:



  8. PresidentPaul! says:

    The candidates Fox is pumping, Rubio-Walker-Jeb, are horrific.

  9. PresidentPaul! says:

    Fox News Loudmouth liar Bill O’Reilly: ‘Journalism Standards Have Declined Dramatically’

  10. Soccer guru says:

    I think Kentucky will make the NBA playoffs.

  11. W. PA Observer says:

    12. They could probably beat the Knicks or Sixers, anyway.

  12. Walt, now home again says:

    I stopped watching when it was something like 33 to 12.

    From the little I saw, Kentucky dominated in every way. WVU looked very bad. At least they got to the sweet 16.

    Kent. now over WVU 74-36 with about 4 minutes left.


    Sure won’t be burning any couches tonight.

  13. Soccer guru says:

    Well, I’ll get to watch the ky-nd game on sat.

  14. Walt, now home again says:

    WVU girls beat Duquesne 60-39.

    Will be in the NIT quarterfinals.

    WVY boys could borrow 20 points from the WVU girls and would still be getting blown out tonight.

  15. Walt, now home again says:

    ND and KY both were impressive tonight.
    Might be a good game.

  16. Walt, now home again says:

    The late Dean Smith (former NC coach) in his will gave $200 to each of his players he coached over his many decades.

    When he slips these eathly bonds, will Bitter do the same for all the girls he has coached?

  17. Macs CA-25 says:

    Goodnight to you all

  18. Ben Fiorina says:

    Hillary Clinton has lost some support in recent months but she remains a dominant frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination and leads all potential Republican opponents in head-to-head matchups.
    Nationally, Clinton’s favorability rating is 48 percent favorable and 49 percent unfavorable, for a net of -1. This is a decline of 15 points in her net favorable rating since the December poll. Among Democrats, her rating is 79/18 (+61), still very strong, but also a drop of 11 points since the December poll.


    Hillary: 50%
    Biden: 11%
    Warren: 08%
    Cuomo: 06%
    Hickenlooper: 03%
    Booker: 03%
    Sanders: 03%
    O`Malley: 02%
    Patrick: 02%
    Gillibrand: 02%
    Klobuchar: 01%
    Webb: 01%
    Warner: 01%
    Schweitzer: 01%

    Bush: 15%
    Walker: 08%
    Paul: 08%
    Rubio: 07%
    Carson: 07%
    Christie: 07%
    Cruz: 07%
    Huckabee: 07%
    Perry: 05%
    Graham: 03%
    Santorum: 03%
    Kasich: 02%
    Jindal: 02%
    King: 02%
    Pataki: 02%
    Fiorina: 02%
    Pence: 01%
    Gilmore: 01%

    Hillary against the GOP candidates:
    Hillary/Christie: 47/38
    Hillary/Paul: 49/39
    Hillary/Bush: 49/38
    Hillary/Walker: 50/36
    Hillary/Rubio: 51/35


    Hillary: 57%
    Biden: 15%
    Cuomo and Warren: 04%
    Booker: 03%
    Gillibrand; Klobuchar; Schweitzer and Webb: 02%
    Hickenlooper; O`Malley; Patrick; Sanders and Warner: 01%

    Bush: 31%
    Rubio: 16%
    Walker: 10%
    Carson: 09%
    Paul: 07%
    Christie: 05%
    Cruz; Huckabee and Perry: 04%
    Ehrlich; Graham; Jindal, Kasich and Santorum: 01%

    Hillary against the GOP candidates:
    Hillary/Bush: 47/44
    Hillary/Rubio: 50/42
    Hillary/Christie: 51/37
    Hillary/Paul: 52/38
    Hillary/Walker: 51/35

    Regardless of whom you personally support, which candidate do you think is most likely to win the Republican nomination for president in 2016?
    27% Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush
    10% Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
    8% U.S. Senator Marco Rubio of Florida
    7% U.S. Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky
    6% New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
    4% Former Texas Governor Rick Perry
    3% Ohio Governor John Kasich
    2% U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas
    2% U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham of SC
    2% Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee
    2% New York Congressman Peter King
    2% Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum of PA
    2% Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina
    1% Former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore
    1% Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal
    <1% Former New York Governor George Pataki
    <1 % Dr. Ben Carson

  19. He’s gone! He’s gone! The dick is gone! Good riddance

  20. What a huge blow to Dems. Now the GOP is even better position to flip NV as insurance

  21. Reid broke multiple promises in his time in DC and transformed from blue dog into a rabidly partisan leftist. He may be the worst Senate Majority Leader of all time, becoming a partisan obstructionist who refused to allow the House GOP to get anything they passed to debate on the Senate floor. Under his leadership, the Senate was so poisoned that Senators came to hate being there and have left after just one term, left for other offices, and some have had to take promotional bribes to stick around. One of the worst leaders in U.S Political History for my money.

  22. If Sandoval runs, it’s ovah barring a political scandal

  23. Reid was already in trouble for 2016. Even against non-Sandoval candidates he begun behind. He was unpopular in the State and unlike McConell couldn’t count on the State being on his partisan side. NV is a tough win for the GOP but it’s still a Purple State and Reid became unpopular enough to be beatable. In 2010 he got the great luck of getting a dream opponent and he still had a close call. My thinking is he knew his odds were even greater in 2016 and given his History of close elections and his age, he probably thought it wasn’t in him this time to go all out for another six years.

    This will now be an open seat Race and I truly believe it’s winnable for the GOP. After the hit of Indiana the other day, this is great news.

    PS – Durbin and Schumer are about to declare war on one anoather

  24. Waingro says:

    #27, I would never count out Dingy Harry in an election. I can’t even begin to imagine how many voters and, um, “voters” his people bused in from Vegas in 2010. Remember: he was pretty much the only person who went entirely against his final RCP average the might before the election. I think Angle was up by 3 points and he ended up effectively crushing her by 6!

    No way do the Dems find as strong of candidate out there for 2016. Or as much of a despicable human being. It’s a happy day!!

  25. Bitterlaw says:

    He may be the worst Senate Majority Leader of all time.

    I doubt that. I’m sure the pre-Civil War Senate had some pretty crappy leaders.

  26. @28 The 2014 GOP Wave decimated the NV Dem bench. They have one good Dem recruit in Mastro. The GOP meanwhile has Sandoval, if they can convince him to run, followed by a couple other good possible nominees. It’s NV though, a Purple State but arguably one that tilts blue these days – especially in Presidential Years. Don’t get cocky, but it’s certainly become easier to flip this seat today then it was 24 hours ago.

  27. “I doubt that. I’m sure the pre-Civil War Senate had some pretty crappy leaders.”

    There were no Senate Majority Leaders during the Civil War

  28. or before or after Bitter. The position was created in the 20th century.

  29. Wes says:

    There were no Senate Majority Leaders till the Wilson Administration, Bitter. That means there couldn’t be a worse Senate Majority Leader than Reid from before that time.

  30. Wes says:

    That Reid is retiring tells me two things:

    1) He thinks the GOP would probably beat him this time. (Looking at the absolute carnage in 2014 in Nevada, I can’t blame him.)

    2) He probably doesn’t expect Dems to regain the Senate next year.

  31. MD says:

    Agree Author. The Senate was basically shut down for 4 years. The GOP has an excellent chance at flipping this. Finally, something going right for the GOP in regards to the Senate in 16.

  32. MD says:

    Wes – maybe he is just not well and wants to spend his remaining years in Nevada.

  33. Ralston is in a bitter mood today

    DSCC: “There is a talented pool of Nevada Democrats who are ready to step up to the plate…” RalstonFact: Um, no.

  34. Wes says:

    That’s a possibility, MD, but that would a highly unusual decision for a Democrat Senator to make. Ted Kennedy, Dan Inouye, Frank Lautenberg, and Robert Byrd were all virtually on their death beds when elected to their final terms. None lived to complete them.

    Also, Reid was known as a fighter who enjoyed serving in the Senate and would fight hard for his seat and the perks accompanying it. As such, I find the conclusion that he was simply unwell and wanted to spend time with his family highly unlikely. It really doesn’t fit with either his personal profile or that of Dem Senators in general.

  35. Bitterlaw says:

    Author – Did I say “Senate Majority Leaders?” No. Are you saying that there were no leaders (defined as prominent Senators directing their parties) in the Senate then?

  36. @39 I’m sorry can you move the goal post a little further to the left?

  37. Wes says:

    Ralston must not have been paying attention when the NVGOP obliterated the NVDP last year. When Ross Miller and Steve Horsford were both swept away, that must have sent alarm bells off.

  38. @41 Wes, I took the comment he added at the end of the statement as him saying he didn’t agree w/ the DSCC. During 2014 Ralston was nearly on suicide watch as he tweeted the mail ballot return news and realized just how bad 2014 would be for NV Dems.

  39. Bitterlaw says:

    In the interest of avoiding a 500 post zzzzzz-fest, I will agree that there were no Senate Majority Leaders prior to the Civil War. However, there were Senators who dominated the chamber without the title. Reid can be the worst Senate Majority Leader but there were certainly worse Senators in the past.

  40. Wes says:

    Bitter, the Senate had no official leadership for any political party till 1920. Although Republicans and Democrats would start alternating majorities in the chamber in 1860, the Senate was effectively a free-for-all loosely directed by the Vice-President or President Pro Tem till Henry Cabot Lodge became unofficial Senate Majority Leader right before Warren Harding became President. The term and accompanying position would exist but not be official till 1925.

  41. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – I was imprecise in my language. Will that satisfy you and Author? However, there were prominent Senators who certainly exerted more influence than others without the title “leader.” Were there official “leaders?” No. However, some did lead more than others. Jefferson Davis did more damage to the US than Harry Reid could ever dream of doing.

  42. Wes says:

    Universally DailyKos says Sandoval won’t run (for the obvious reason that they know Sandoval is unbeatable in any race in the state).

  43. This is what happens when you’re obsessed with the Civil War. If it makes Bitter feel any better I consider the Presidents in the run up to the Civil War arguably the worst with Hoover, Carter, and Obama tied for 2nd worst close behind. As for the position of Senate Majority Leader, my money on worst of all time goes to Reid who poisoned the body so badly, it could take leaders past Mitch to get it back to where it was.

  44. @46 I’m mostly hearing that from Dems as well, from the GOP side I just hear he hasn’t made his mind up yet. After Sandoval, the GOP has good enough candidates anyways. For Dems I think it’s Mastro or bust.

  45. Bitterlaw says:

    Author – I am obsessed with the traitors of the Confederate South. You are obsessed with cartoon characters. We all have our thing. It’s cool.

  46. Bitterlaw says:

    I support the right of gays to demand that the NCAA move the Final Four out of Indianapolis. I support the right of the NCAA to tell gays, “No.”

  47. DW, Lt. Gov says:

    Good riddance Reid.

  48. Macs CA-25 says:

    Reid? Wow just unbelievable

  49. Bitterlaw says:

    Will Reid’s departure give Ayotte or Rubio a greater chance of being on the GOP ticket? Obviously, it is better to increase Senate seats rather than just trade Nevada for NH or Florida but it is a factor.

  50. Bitterlaw says:

    Breaking News – Dondero endorses every Democrat in Nevada to run for Reid’s seat if they promise to caucus with GOP.

  51. Macs CA-25 says:

    What happened to mi amigo Dondero? I thought that Reid had a better than 50% chance in 2016 and he would die in office. Maybe Sandoval was more serious than his public statements.

  52. @55 Polls showing he’d have to fight from behind, the looming threat of an uber popular R Gov, Questions lingering who’s year 2016 will be, age, health, family, etc. It all takes a toll. As I’ve said Politicians have made long careers out of surviving close call after close call. But eventually the odds catch up to you one way or another.

  53. Phil says:

    Just to clarify. It’s actually congresswoman moonbat Barbara Lee.

    The left – don’t you just love em?

  54. Wes says:

    Actually, Bitter, I’d say the fact that Rubio looks likely to run for President rather than seek reelection coupled with Coats’ retirement makes it unlikely Ayotte would appear on a GOP ticket. Republicans are favored in both seats, but still they’re less likely to hold them than with the incumbents running. Feingold is likely to challenge Johnson while Dems have a host of possibilities currently considering against Kirk.

    We’re not at a tipping point, but Nevada is the first state to give the GOP definitive good news in a Senate race. That probably makes it even more unlikely Ayotte will be on a national GOP ticket. The NRSC is going to lobby hard to stop any further bleeding, and Republicans have other promising candidates than Ayotte for Veep. She almost certainly seeks reelection rather than takes a spot on a national ticket.

  55. hugh says:

    #7 Fr. Ted is Ted Hesburgh the most famous of all college presidents. Go Irish!!!

  56. hugh says:

    If the Irish beat KY it will be the first miracle due to praying to Fr Ted putting him on the fast track to cannonization.

  57. Waingro says:

    #41, don’t forget Dingy Harry’s great hand picked, Hispanic hope, Lucy Flores, who got crushed by Hutchison in the LG election.

  58. Phil says:

    Convince the popular GOP governor to run for the seat. Dems have a popular Hispanic woman in the wings which they may clear the field for. It’s a presidential year so it will not be the GOP favorable electorate we had in 2014. Get Sandoval to run and the seat is ours, otherwise, it will be a very competitive, tough race.

  59. mnw says:

    I hope Schumer replaces Reid. I’d like Chuck to be the embodiment of the national DEM party, together w/ Pelosi.

    I’ve always felt Schumer wouldn’t play well in flyover country.

  60. Wes says:

    When Jon Ensign resigned from the Senate, Brian Sandoval appointed Dean Heller to the seat. Heller and Sandoval are close friends, and Heller has been publicly lobbying Sandoval to run. Reid may have suspected Heller was going to be successful in his endeavors.

  61. Phil says:

    Heller would make a good senator although not the slam dunk winner that Sandoval would be.

  62. Wes says:

    Heller is already a Senator, Phil.

  63. jason says:

    He would be even better if took over both senate spots in NV, Wes.

  64. DW, Lt. Gov says:

    So if my count is correct, the Dems in the senate 2016 races will only have six running for re-election, with CA, MD and NV open seats.

    Obviously, NV is the top for GOP flip opportunity, followed by CO.

    GOP still has the three vulnerables in IL, PA and WI. Too soon to know for sure which of these three is the most vulnerable. But lets say we get just one of these to hold, and we win every other GOP held seat, and we win either NV or CO, then we win one, lose two, and still have 53 senate seats.

  65. Cash Cow ™ says:

    I heard a fellow by the name of Barry Soetoro has filed preliminary papers to run for POTUS in 2016.

  66. Macs CA-25 says:

    Stonewall DW with 53 seats already. Don’t bet against Stonewall

  67. DW, Lt. Gov says:

    70 – lol–its not my official prediction yet, though it wouldn’t be suprising to see 53 GOP seats sworn in January 2017. But we are still in retirement season, and we don’t know who will leave seats open to run for POTUS and so on. Then there is always going to be a scandal here or there affecting a race. Then we have to go through candidate recruitment and primaries, avoiding deadender candidates and so on. Long way to go.

  68. DW, Lt. Gov says:

    In my NCAA bracket, I got all four games right last night…would be close to leading my pool except I somehow managed to get wrong every 6/11 matchup in round 1.

  69. Phil says:

    Wes, my bad. I was thinking Heller was a congressman.

  70. mnw says:

    Personally, I think Durbin is much less reptilian than Schumer.

  71. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Harry Reid…Chuck Shumer…Dick Durbin…

    Some say they are all Dicks.

  72. Robbie says:

    Would be ironic if Laxalt replaced Reid since Reid replaced Laxalt.

  73. Robbie says:

    It would be nice if NV Republicans can find a way to put Sharron Angle in witness protection for the next year and a half. Never underestimate the Tea Party’s efforts to lose a winnable race.

  74. Phil says:

    Lock Angle up and throw away the key.

  75. Waingro says:

    #62, which Hispanic woman is that? Flores? She just got crushed.

  76. Waingro says:

    Nevermind. Just forgot about Masto. Yeah she’s really it for them.

  77. Phil says:

    Yes, she is their hope.

  78. jason says:

    Ron Paul supporters abandoning Rand Paul.

    Translation: Rand Paul not kooky enough for some Paulbots.

    Bunu, fear not, Rand Paul is still plenty kooky enough for me that I would never vote for him.

  79. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC will probably start ranting about how the Paulbots need to support Rand.

  80. jason says:

    “Stonewall DW with 53 seats already. Don’t bet against Stonewall”

    53 is our bottom?


    I bet that Stonewall prediction is going viral, Dems crapping pants everywhere.

  81. NYC Moron says:

    “NYC will probably start ranting about how the Paulbots need to support Rand.”


    After all, Paulbots agree with Rand Paul at least 75% of the time.

  82. SoHope says:

    Still in second place with my bracket…I think my only hope for first is if Arizona wins out…Ken$ucky looked unstoppable last night

  83. W. PA Observer says:

    73. You’re probably thinking of Heck, who represents suburban Clarke County in Congress. He’s locked down a theoretically competitive seat, is a Brigadier General in the Army Reserves, and generally highly regarded. So he could certainly be a viable statewide candidate.

  84. W. PA Observer says:

    He’s also a physician and an Iraq vet. Certainly had reason to despise Reid as Harry apparently held up a vote on his promotion to Brig. Gen out of spite.

  85. jason says:

    86. I have Arizona to win it all too.

  86. Robbie says:

    Marco Rubio’s standing in the polls reminds me quite a bit of Romney circa 2007 and even early 2008. Romney wasn’t as well known as Rubio is at this point and consistently polled in the low single digits, but conservative commentators consistently rated him as a top tier candidate. Romney eventually did become the conservative alternative to McCain.

  87. MD says:

    Actually, it reminds me of where Reagan stood in early 79.

  88. MD says:

    The more I see of Rubio, the more I like him. Still think he is a little young but this might be his best shot.

    No more dynasties.

  89. Wes says:

    Dems get their best recruit against Kirk in Illinois. The good Senator had better run like Hell.

  90. Bitterlaw says:

    My family is in Texas. I am not. Win-win.

  91. Bitterlaw says:

    If I was MD, this would be my Friday night.

  92. dONDERO-poo says:

    Just had the Bitterlaw family over for a barbeque! Great time! To top off the night, we all took dumps on the house across the lawn.

    They are independents!

  93. dONDERO-poo says:


  94. Bitterlaw says:


  95. Bitterlaw says:

    Dondero probably thinks that Reid will caucus with the GOP until the end of his term.

  96. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Is it Scueter News Service that has the motto:

    When News Breaks, We Fix It!?

  97. Soccer guru says:

    Btw, any news from the nfl on Deflategate?

    The forensic investigators must be billing by the hour.

  98. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Donald Trump

    Don’t drum, pal.

  99. Cash Cow ™ says:


    tea felt aged
    aged tea left

  100. Cash Cow ™ says:

    In GOP presidential primaries, how many states have winner take all (of delegates to national convention)?

  101. Soccer guru says:

    I believe states until Super Tuesday ( early March) have to have proportional allocation. After that, they can be winner take all.

    Or may be it is the other way around.

  102. Walt, now on the couch says:

    WV basketball legend “Hot Rod” Hundley has died.

    “Hundley played for WVU from 1954 to 1957. The Mountaineers made their first NCAA appearance and three total appearances between 1955 and 1957.”

    Sophomore year: “In the Southern Conference tournament, Hundley had the opportunity to set the tournament scoring record with two free throws in the final seconds of a game against George Washington University, with the Mountaineers already having the game won. However, Hundley shot a hook shot and a behind-the-back shot that both resulted in air balls.”

    “During his junior year, Hundley averaged 26.6 points and 13.1 rebounds per game. He scored more than 40 points in a game six times, which led to the Mountaineers scoring over 100 points in nine games. The Mountaineers were ranked No. 20 in the nation in 1955 and No. 4 in 1956. Hundley holds a varsity school record with 54 points in a single game against Furman and holds a freshmen team record of 62 points against Ohio University.”

    “Hundley was the fourth player in NCAA history to score more than 2,000 points during his career—and he did it in three years, because freshman then could not play varsity basketball. He averaged 24.5 points and 10.6 rebounds per game for three seasons and finished his collegiate career with 2,180 points. He was a two-time, first team All-American and currently holds eight school records. He also remains the only Mountaineer to be drafted first overall in a NBA Draft. Once on a trip back to West Virginia to play in a charity game at the WVU Coliseum, constructed more than 10 years after Hundley left WVU, Rod was said to have replied to Basketball Hall of Famer and fellow WVU alumnus Jerry West: “I built this building.” West retorted, “Yeah but I paid it off.”

  103. Wes says:

    I officially trademarked a DJ handle and catchphrase today. I got my agent to send a promo to Sirius XM for a potential host job for one of the heavy metal channels (Octane, Ozzy’s Boneyard, Hair Nation, Liquid Metal). I get to spend three days in Florida next week with a guaranteed $1000/day minimum worth of work. A real estate firm with better commission rates than my current firm offers sent a headhunter after me today to lure me over to them.

    La vida es buena.

  104. Walt, now on the couch says:

    Congrats, Wes!

  105. PresidentPaul! says:

    Walker’s hedging on amnesty makes me think that the republicans are going to throw another election to the democrats just like McCain was doing.

    Rubio and Jeb are even worse.

  106. PresidentPaul! says:

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    It uses cameras and GPS mapping technology to keep track of the speed limit in real time – that is, as you drive – on whatever road you happen to be on at any given moment and – by dialing back the throttle – prevents the vehicle from exceeding it.

    Mash the pedal all you like.

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  108. Scooter's implant will never deflate like Tom Brady's balls says:

    103. No Cow, that is not SCEUTERS motto. Our motto was graciously given to us by Jason, free of charge.

  109. mnw says:

    Sincere good luck with the new gig opportunity, Wes.

    Heavy metal, though?? Thought you were C&W, based on an old post about your uncle or some other relative.

  110. mnw says:

    Tammy Duckworth is rather unpleasant. I realize Kirk is vulnerable, but that woman?

  111. mnw says:


    And finally, a shoutout to SB RE: Hawks LOSS 2nite to.. Bluejackets!

    I hate the Hawks more than Zero; more than McCain; more than Satan; more than Rep. Luis Gutierrez.

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  117. Bitterlaw says:

    Plan for day with my family away;

    Haircut 7:30
    Softball practice 10:30
    Work in office
    Work at home
    Can of soup for dinner

    Don’t be jealous

  118. MichiganGuy says:

    Can of soup? I thought lawyers made good money or maybe Bitterlaw isn’t a good lawyer hmmmmmmmmmmm

  119. Bitterlaw says:

    MG – I eat like a 5 year old. It’s not a question of money.

  120. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Does that shoe company make shoes for cows?
    (we need four to a box you know)

  121. Barrett says:

    Bitter- my plan for the day

    – work at 10:30 (have to go to Harrisburg)
    – sandwich for lunch
    – home by 7 (need to clean my place)
    – girlfriend comes over

    Also, I’m behind on the news because things have been to busy. Thrilled about Harry Reid leaving.

  122. Walt, On Saturday says:

    Up at 8:45
    Bowl of cereal for breakfast
    Feed Cash Cow
    Put on long johns
    10 a.m.: go to work outside at church and neighboring community
    12 noon until 12 midnight: freelancing.

  123. walt's wife says:



    You need to straighten the driveway lamp post, finish getting the leaves off the garden, dust, vaccuum, etc.

  124. Walt's wife says:

    …empty the kitty litter, pay bills,…

  125. PresidentPaul! says:

    Police Burn 3.3-Ton Pile Of Cannabis And Get An Entire Town High

    Loads of people then reported to the police with headaches and feeling dizzy, not realising they were in fact high as a kite.
    The police themselves anticipated the powerful plumes and protected themselves by putting on gas masks as they set fire to the drugs.
    But they didn’t bother to warn any of the locals, which meant everybody got buzzed one afternoon.

  126. PresidentPaul! says:

    The case for Ted Cruz (over ridiculous candidate Marco Rubio, heir to a long line of ridiculous candidates like John McCain for president)
    Conservatives should want a Michael Corleone, not a Sonny Corleone, as nominee

    Senator Cruz’s resume is that of a Michael. He was valedictorian of his high school, graduated from Princeton cum laude, was a champion debater, finished magna cum laude at Harvard law, edited the Harvard Law Review, clerked for the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and has argued before the Supreme Court nine times as a state solicitor general while writing dozens of Supreme Court briefs.

  127. PresidentPaul! says:

    22 year old attempts to change job? US government looks to execute him for this so called crime

    In almost every area of life this is not, of course, a criminal offense. But because Bowe Bergdahl‘s employer was the 5-pointed death star, he faces decades of solitary-confinement torture or the direct death penalty.

    Of course as we all know, changing your job is not an actual crime.

  128. Diamond Jim says:

    Cash Cow ™ says:
    March 28, 2015 at 9:26 am

    Does that shoe company make shoes for cows?
    (we need four to a box you know)

    Try “Mootsie Tootsie”

  129. Diamond Jim says:

    “Mootsies Tootsies”

  130. PresidentPaul! says:

    New Rand Pac ad against Loretta Lynch based on Rand’s opposition to Obama amnesty.

    The True Conservative candidate for president (not Ted Cruz)

  131. Bitterlaw says:

    Bunu considers desertion to be changing jobs? It is official. Bunu is worse than Obama. If I was forced to vote for Obama or Bunu for President, I would vote for Obama. Bunu is a truly sick mf-er.

  132. Mr.Vito says:

    Eff you, Bitter. When I changed jobs, I got twice as many marines killed and three times as many terrorists traded for me.

  133. MD says:

    A desperate cry for attention because no one has been paying any attention to his posts. Let’s go back to that.

  134. Bitterlaw says:

    It’s hard, MD. He’s so vile.

    Want to come over and watch me enter time in my billing program. I have beer. Bring the girls. They will never, ever think of being lawyers.

  135. Bitterlaw says:

    The beer is for you, not the girls. There is wine for your wife. It’s just me and the cat and the cat misses my daughter. He blames me.

  136. Bitterlaw says:

    My family is enjoying Texas. They went to a fair in Austin and saw pig races and children racing on sheep. They also had BBQ. Not my thing but I’m glad they are happy.

  137. Walt, on the couch says:

    What is the difference between a triple cow sow, a triple lutz and a triple toe something or another?

    Do some people watch ice skating just like some people watch auto stock car racing–to see the accidents?

  138. Cash Cow ™ says:

    “My family is enjoying Texas. They went to a fair in Austin and saw pig races and children racing on sheep.”

    Did they not see any cow stunts?
    How about the Cow Poop Bingo game where people bet on which lined off square old bossy will first drop a load?

  139. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow – I don’t know. Since I will never go to Texas, you need to ask Phil.

  140. Cash Cow ™ says:

    I understand drawng figures and figure drawing.

    I do not understand ice figure skating.
    I never see them skating any figures–not even an “8”.
    I just can’t figure it out.

    Go figure.

  141. NYCmike says:


    The difference is the amount of drinks that Dick Button, Scotty Hamilton, & Dorothy Hamill had before going on the air. No charge, by the way.

  142. Cash Cow ™ says:


    What will you do if your family returns all wearing cowboy hats and chaps and boots, walking and talking like cowboy Texans saying “I reckon” this or that, calling you “partner” and yelling “YeeHa” at random times and roping and branding the cat (and possibly you)?

  143. NYCmike says:

    they used too do the figure 8’s, but not televised. they decided To do away With that because of these dastardly Russian judges.

  144. Walt, on the couch with the massaging pad on says:


    You may be right.
    I honestly cannot tell the difference in them.

  145. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow – I would hope that their return to civilization would eventually cause them to recant.

  146. Cash Cow ™ says:

    I heard that ice skaters in Roman times used to have to do a figure VIII.

  147. Cash Cow ™ says:

    “Cash Cow – I would hope that their return to civilization would eventually cause them to recant.”

    Perhaps they will–eventually.

    But it will be funny to see you try to explain at work the Cirlce B brand on your tush or neck.

    Tee Hee Moo!

  148. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow – Ask Walt. He was there when the universe invented ice.

  149. Cash Cow ™ says:


    Author is posting on Facebook that he has been drinking and is hammered.

  150. Cash Cow ™ says:


    When Walt gets to having too much hard cider, he gets to rambling on about the good old days in Pangea, when all the world’s land masses were joined together.

    That old fart is strange, I tell you.

  151. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Bill C. horn-dogged chubby Monica
    But his wife was far from lean
    Instead of turning over her emails
    Hillary wiped her server clean.

  152. Just Fill Out the Census says:

    The cool ones come out at NIGHT!!

    Sandoval won’t run. NV Republicans are screwed and souls give up. Rubio won’t beat Jeb and is giving away an easy seat say my sources on the ground in Florida.

    Will report back more. Obviously, Arthur will disagree. Whatevs.

  153. Just Fill Out the Census says:

    Souls should be should*. But it could go either way for NV Republicans. Perhaps the Relublican souls in NV should just concede the state to Hillary.

  154. Cash Cow ™ says:


    Michael has escaped State College and is in Pittsburgh.

  155. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Kentucky over Notre Dame 68 to 66?

    Was this on TV?
    Could I have watched that instead of ice skating?

  156. Soccer guru says:

    My son and I were at the game. Very exciting, also got to see Lebron there.

  157. Bitterlaw says:

    Where is jason? There must be some Inca festival today. Maybe Llamapalooza.

  158. jason says:

    Notre Dame played really well for 39 minutes.

    It’s not their fault the game lasts 40 minutes.

  159. NYCmike says:

    Notre Dame played the last minute like the Broncos played the last 2 and OT against the Ravens a couple of years ago.

  160. Cruzmentum says:

    Cruz/Gowdy 2016 – the only option if you love America!

  161. PresidentPaul! says:

    “Rubio won’t beat Jeb and is giving away an easy seat say my sources on the ground in Florida.”

    Yep, Jeb is rallying the nursing and retirement homes there as his firewall.

  162. Walt, now on the couch says:

    Looks like WVU took all the steam out of Kentucky.

    The Wildcats have struggled against Notre Dame and now again against Louisville.

    Maybe it is the negative effect of all those growth hormones finally kicking in.

  163. PresidentPaul! says:

    Louisville is playing Mich State and losing at the moment, and Kentucky ran over Louisville in the regular season. Wisconsin could defeat Kentucky though in next round.

  164. PresidentPaul! says:

    W’s rallies actually looked like Nursing home rally as well towards the end.

    Most of those people were too busy watching Fox News to realize he was torturing people and invading random countries.

    Can see why that would carry over to Jebster as its family loyalty

  165. Walt, now on the couch says:

    I demand that someone from PA send me some Unique Extra Salt “Splits” Pretzels manufactured by Unique Pretzel Bakery, Inc. in Reading PA.

    I cannot find any here for sale at local grocery stores.

  166. Walt, now on the couch says:

    My mistake. KY is not playing Louisville (nor Mich. St) today.

  167. Walt, now on the couch says:


  168. Walt, now on the couch says:


    tie mover
    I, me–overt
    vie metro

  169. Cash Cow ™ says:

    I told you Bossman was strange.

  170. Bitterlaw says:

    Bunu insults old voters (who vote) but relies upon pot smoking college students (who don’t).

  171. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Cow is picking up vibes that within the next week there will be severe earthquake (somewhere) and/or tornados (in the U.S.). I hope I am wrong.

    Cow always gets these vibes right around Good Friday.

    If either happens, today’s media will blame glow-bull warming.

    I do not know what they blamed them on 1000 years ago.

    I’ll go ask Walt.

  172. Macs CA-25 says:

    Walt would know

  173. PresidentPaul! says:

    “”All right, there are 47 percent who are with him, who are dependent upon government, who believe that they are victims, who believe the government has a responsibility to care for them, who believe that they are entitled to health care, to food, to housing, to you-name-it. That that’s an entitlement. And the government should give it to them. And they will vote for this president no matter what … These are people who pay no income tax.”

    Romney was correct.

  174. PresidentPaul! says:

    Actually Romney might have been talking about Scott Walker.

  175. Bitterlaw says:

    While waiting for The Walking Dead, I turned on Killing Jesus. So far, Walt is not a suspect.

  176. Wes says:

    Can someone please explain to me why Dave doesn’t get a freaking REGISTRATION SYSTEM to block Bunu off this goddamn site?!

  177. Bitterlaw says:

    Not loking good for Glen. Fight! Maggie needs you.

  178. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Back then he was Walterius, Duke++++++++++++ of Jerusalem.

  179. W. PA Observer says:

    188. Has he met Lucille, yet?

  180. Cash Cow ™ says:

    Bitter writes: “While waiting for The Walking Dead, I turned on Killing Jesus. So far, Walt is not a suspect.”

    Back then he was Walterius, Duke of Jerusalem.

  181. Cash Cow ™ says:

    If Dave W. takes Wes’s advice and installs a registration system–then I suggest it include:

    1. Proof of sanity (mental stablilty during past 6 months period prior to registration)

    2. Must be a legal resident of the U.S. (but foreigners may be allowed on a probationary basis)

    3. Must sumbit fingerprints (or hoof prints, as the case may be) and pass background check–no scratch that last part about background check

    4. Minimum age must be 16 (or maybe 18?) clear up to maximim age of Walt

    5. No persons allowed who admits to pooping on people’s lawn.

    6. Must be willing to work the night shift once every two months.

  182. HHR PARODIES says:

    We are firmly opposed to a registration system.

  183. ja-ckass-son says:

    I am not a parody!