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O’Malley Claims He Leads Democratic Field in IA for 2020

According to Politico, my former Governor Martin O’Malley paid Public Policy Polling some money to produce a Democratic primary poll in Iowa claiming he leads the 2020 Democratic race.

PRESIDENT – IOWA – DEM CAUCUS (PPP)
Martin O’Malley 18%
Cory Booker 17%
Amy Kloubacher 11%
Everyone Else <10%

This poll that PPP was more than willing to take money for included the following names:

INCLUDED
Martin O’Malley
Cory Booker
Julian Castro
Andrew Cuomo
Kirsten Gillibrand
Kamala Harris
Amy Klobuchar
Sheryl Sandberg
Howard Schultz

As the article from Politico points out, not included in this poll were the following:

NOT INCLUDED
Elizabeth Warren
Bernie Sanders

Kudos to PPP for getting Martin O’Malley to give them a bunch of money on a poll and ensuring future business from him by making sure to exclude enough big names so that O’Malley would end up on top. This poll was done March 3-6 among 1062 Democrats.

Posted by Dave at 10:56 am
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1,246 Responses to “O’Malley Claims He Leads Democratic Field in IA for 2020”

  1. Robbie says:

    Here’s Morning Consult’s weekly polling on Trump and other issues. Long story short is they have Trump’s approval at 52% and the GOP leading on a host of issues over the Democrats. I believe this is an Internet poll.

    http://www.politico.com/f/?id=0000015a-cf3b-db68-a97b-dffbdcb40000

    I also continue to wonder what has happened with Rasmussen’s polling. Trump’s taken a nose dive over the last week. Have they changed/tweeked their methodology and not told anyone? Trump was consistently in the low to mid 50’s and now he’s sits at 45%. Maybe it’s just one bad day affecting the average, but it is only a three day poll.

    The sharp moves in Gallup and Rasmussen lately, absent real news, is a big reason I think tracking polls are to be taken with a grain of salt. They really bounce around.

  2. jason says:

    It’s hilarious how Wobbie gets excited about Trump taking a “nose dive”.

    Of course, he doesn’t really believe in Rasmussen.

  3. jason says:

    O’Malley would be excellent for cannon fodder.

  4. EML says:

    Did anyone actually start a bracket challenge on ESPN?

  5. jason says:

    Anybody who doesn’t think brainwashing works should read Proud Obamacon’s posts on Obamacare in the previous thread.

    Scary actually.

  6. Bitterlaw says:

    EML – I entered one using last year’s link. The Wizard has abandoned us.

    http://games.espn.com/tournament-challenge-bracket/2017/en/group?groupID=103277

    I think the password is Gonova

  7. EML says:

    Did anyone actually start a bracket challenge on ESPN?
    ==============================
    Ok, kinda figured it out. Multi-step process:

    Go to ESPN Tournament Challenge
    Click on My Groups -> Create or Join Group
    Find the 2016 Hedgehoggers League if you were in it.
    Click Rejoin.

    Bitter is the only one who has done this. Not sure a link helps, but here it is:

    http://games.espn.com/tournament-challenge-bracket/2017/en/group?groupID=103277

  8. Phil says:

    What brainwashing, Jason? Apparently, it’s now common knowledge that Obamacare slowed the growth of healthcare premiums for the first time in years.

    Come on, man!

  9. GPO says:

    Is Trump going to release his brackets on ESPN?

  10. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 15, 2017 at 11:18 am
    It’s hilarious how Wobbie gets excited about Trump taking a “nose dive”.
    Of course, he doesn’t really believe in Rasmussen.

    – Every day you take buffoonery to new heights.

    It’s the stretch of all stretches to infer I’m excited by Trump’s standing in Rasmussen. To the contrary, I’m not. As I’ve written multiple times, I want to see Trump succeed since the success/failure of the Party is now tied to Trump’s success/failure.

    Specifically on Rasmussen, I’m interested to know why Trump has fallen so quickly when there has been an absent of news that would support such a steep move. To go from 51 to 45 in less than a week is quite a move. And since I don’t think there’s been any news that explains the change, I wonder if Rasmussen tweaked its methodology to bring it in line with other polling.

  11. Bitterlaw says:

    Author wants to go back to when the Dems owned the White House and would go “full Dem” if they cared about the national debt:

    Luis A. Mendez? @AuthorLMendez · 18h18 hours ago

    Bottom-line if we can get back to where we were politically in the 90s, and less what we’ve had the last decade or so. I’d be a happier man

    Luis A. Mendez? @AuthorLMendez · 18h18 hours ago

    Luis A. Mendez Retweeted frank

    They don’t, which is one of the main reasons I left the party almost a year ago

    Luis A. Mendez added,

    frank @fritzco64
    @AuthorLMendez since when has the GOP cared about debt? (Except as an attack against D presidents)

    Luis A. Mendez? @AuthorLMendez · 18h18 hours ago

    *Calls credit card*

    Hey my debt is fake right? Yeah, fake. Yeah, i’m not paying anymore. Hold on, someone’s at the door

    Oh hi repo man…

    Luis A. Mendez? @AuthorLMendez · 18h18 hours ago

    Luis A. Mendez Retweeted VA FFX

    This is why i’ll never go fully Dem. I keep being told by them the debt is a fake issue. Okay…sure…

    Luis A. Mendez added,

    VA FFX @LiberalVirginia
    @authorlmendez Luis, modern monetary theory bud, Debt really not an issue. Let me walk you through this….

    Luis A. Mendez? @AuthorLMendez · 19h19 hours ago

    Luis A. Mendez Retweeted Jay W. Cobb

    In all seriousness i’d be much more open to the Dems if they got serious about the debt/deficits. That’s not happening any time soon

  12. Robbie says:

    GPO says:
    March 15, 2017 at 11:38 am
    Is Trump going to release his brackets on ESPN?

    – No. He announced a while back he would not be doing that.

  13. Robbie says:

    Author left the Republican Party last year because Rubio didn’t become the nominee. It didn’t have anything to do with the national debt or deficits. In the Summer of 2015, he wrote here he wouldn’t vote for Jeb Bush had he become the Republican nominee. Even Jason, who hates Jeb with a passion, said he would vote for Jeb had he become the nominee.

  14. NYCmike says:

    Bitterlaw,

    At least Author is correct about the Dems and the debt/deficit. Baby steps!

    I do admit one thing about his wish to go back to the ’90’s. It does make me wish that Dubya had been just a tad responsible about spending, and simply limited his budgets to be within a 2-3% increase from Clinton’s last budget.

  15. NYCmike says:

    “Clinton’s last budget”

    -fully aware of the influence a Republican Congress had on Clinton, despite my not mentioning them!

  16. NYCmike says:

    “Author left the Republican Party last year because Rubio didn’t become the nominee.”

    -Yet, people mocked me for mocking the Disney wunderboy.

  17. Tina says:

    Mika scarfarce is getting beat up.

    Love it

    Drats and bots are getting hit.

    Remember, comedy will soon be soeaking about the russian connections.

  18. Tina says:

    Who cares about arthur and his twitter feed of two people.

  19. Wes says:

    Actually, Bitter, so long as the GOP can stack the courts beforehand, a Democrat President facing a GOP Congress is the ideal political situation in the country. From 1995 to 2001, Bill Clinton faced a GOP Congress that took the initiative in restraining federal spending and reforming entitlements and capital gains.

    It wasn’t till GWB decided to spend eight years assraping the country’s finances and launching his boondoggle of a third American Punic War all of this unraveled.

  20. Bitterlaw says:

    Breaking News:

    Philadelphia Inquirer publishes objective analysis of Trump’s tax return and finds …nothing.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/politics/presidential/This-2005-Donald-Trump-tax-return-is-a-total-nothingburger.html

  21. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – I know you yearn for an amoral predator in the White House again (and maybe you have one there now) but I can’t stand Bill Clinton. I actually despise him more than I do Obama and would probably rank him as a worse President than Obama.

  22. Wes says:

    Even the legendary Ronald Reagan could never effect deficit reduction despite a robust economy for most of his term and a deregulation mentality prevalent in his Administration because the Democrats in the House, while willing to back his tax cut proposals, never supported his proposed spending cuts.

    Only Clinton and a GOP Congress could accomplish such a thing working in tandem. Never once did GWB or Obama even give lip service to fiscal responsibility.

  23. Wes says:

    What’s to hate about Clinton, Bitter? After failing in his first two years as President, he realized Republicans had shifted the debate in Washington and gradually began to work with them (after self-serving grandstanding of course) on issues from welfare reform to 401(k) tax reform. Obama ran the country into the ground and exploded the deficit.

    Obama was an infinitely worse President than Clinton.

  24. Bitterlaw says:

    What’s to hate about Clinton, Bitter?

    1. He’s a scumbag.

    2. He brought us Hillary.

    3. He passed on the chance to arrest or kill Bin Laden.

    4. See number 1.

  25. The Hard Troof says:

    Drama Queen Author and his Kites of the Clown Table

  26. Wes says:

    1) GWB was a drunk driver. That’s worse than Clinton.

    2) Hillary lost.

    3) GWB never even tried to get bin Laden.

    As a bonus, how many people died because Clinton lied about having Lewinsky give him a Lewinsky?

    How many died because GWB lied about Saddam’s mythological WMDs and spend years ignoring the situation as terrorists, tortured, raped, and slaughtered thousands?

    Thus, you’re a goddamn liar as I’ve said on here ad infinitum for worshiping GWB and hating Bill Clinton.

  27. Mr.Vito says:

    Charles C. W. Cooke?
    Verified account @charlescwcooke

    @maddow I never again want to see a televised suicide.

  28. Wes says:

    According to Bitter, I yearn for an amoral predator in the White House. Clearly he yearns for the President to be an inarticulate drunk-driving jingoist too lazy to follow through on his own weakly justified and poorly executed war.

    I’ll take the amoral predator any day over the drunk-driving incompetent jingoist.

  29. Mr.Vito says:

    Elizabeth Williamson? @NYTLiz

    Elizabeth Williamson Retweeted Melanie Cohen

    I watched @maddow twice! The first time, and the last time.

  30. Tina says:

    as far as bj, just look at his face during the epic 2nd debate.

    Guilty.

  31. Bitterlaw says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzz. Poor Delicate Flower. He is still too stupid to understand that all I ever said about drunk drivers – any drunk driver – is that I would not hire them to work for my business because they represent a possible liability risk if they are involved in an accident in the course and scope of their employment for me.

    As for his DailyKos talking points- Zzzzzzz

  32. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – I can only hope that your daughter never grows up to meet anybody who treats women like Bill Clinton does.

  33. Wes says:

    That’s not at all true, Bitter. You despise all drunk drivers other than GWB passionately. You give him a pass for that as for anything else.

    As for the reality of Iraq after 2003, maybe the Incompetent Failure should have thought things through better rather than trying to be LBJ II.

  34. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – I know what I typed. I’m sorry that you have to create your own target to attack.

  35. Bitterlaw says:

    Considering that you were hit by a drunk driver, I wonder why that offense is not a bigger deal to you.

  36. Wes says:

    i also know what you typed, Bitter–outrage at all drunk drivers not named GWB.

  37. Bitterlaw says:

    Sell your narrative, Wes. At least you believe it.

    How are you doing physically? When is the wedding?

  38. jason says:

    Even Jason, who hates Jeb with a passion, said he would vote for Jeb had he become the nominee.”

    Zzzzzzz….

    I never said I hated Jeb with a passion. I have always said he was a good man, a loyal Republican, and I admired his tenure as governor of Florida.
    As is obvious from my steady defense of GWB here, I am hardly a Bush hater.

    I opposed Jeb’s candidacy because I viewed him as a sure loser in the GE. I also thought he had the completely wrong message for the times, and to compound it he delivered the wrong message in disastrous fashion. He was completely unprepared for the campaign, he thought he should be nominated without a fight, and he stayed in way too long after it was obvious he wasn’t going anywhere, much to the delight of Trump who could continue to use him as a punching bag. His “act of love”, “respect conservatives” and common core were the most politically tone deaf stances I have ever seen.

    Now GFY.

  39. jason says:

    3) GWB never even tried to get bin Laden.”

    Actually, GWB put in place all the policies that allowed for Bin Laden to be tracked down and killed.

    wes should thank his lucky stars GWB was President when 9/11 happened rather than Al Gore.

  40. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason – Do not challenge Delicate Flower. DailyKos relies upon him to serve its cause here.

  41. janz says:

    Actually, Jason is correct, that GWB, for all his faults, did the prelimarily work leading up to the ultimate OBL capture. Obama, however, reaped all the benefits, as it occurred on his watch.

  42. Barrett says:

    Two things.

    First, O’Malley will never see another political victory in his life.

    Second, Author has gone full nutbar, I do not take anything he says seriously. He’s an arrogant little bugger.

    Third – Drunk driving is a terrible and horribly irresponsible thing. I’m an alcoholic, so you can assume that I partook in it. ALL drunk drivers (including GWB and including myself) should be ashamed of that decision.

  43. Barrett says:

    That was three things, way to go Barrett

  44. Bitterlaw says:

    Barrett – One day at a time, my friend.

  45. Barrett says:

    Today is 4 months, all is well.

    It’s tough for me to judge GWB on any alcoholic tendency because of the position I am in. However, I can make the generalization that drunk driving is evil, and anyone who does it should be ashamed, including myself and the former president.

  46. Barrett says:

    But drunk driving during youth doesn’t make a president bad. Rather, it’s the decision that president makes while in office. You can’t write off GWB because of that mistake.

  47. Robbie says:

    Mark Meadows is the head of the Freedom Caucus (aka suicide bomber caucus). Even on a bad day, none of his caucus members would lose reelection so he has no incentive to bargain.

    Dave Weigel?
     @daveweigel 29m
    29 minutes ago

    Meadows saying ACA repeal is worth some Rs being defeated in 2018. “Do the right thing, even if it sends us home.”

  48. Bitterlaw says:

    Barrett – 4 months is great. 4 months and 1 day will be even better. It would not have taken too much to send me down your path. Fortunately, I saw the destruction wreaked by mother and some of her siblings and chose to go a different way. I was lucky.

  49. Barrett says:

    Bitter – I am sorry to hear that. I have a sister who has a serious drug abuse issue and things are really falling apart for her now. She’s nearly 40, but I keep telling myself that addiction doesn’t discriminate by age.

    I’ve seen some people (including myself) make some terrible mistakes.

  50. Robbie says:

    Given the trouble the House healthcare bill faces, maybe it might be wiser for Republicans to shift to tax reform and save healthcare for later in the Spring and Summer. Healthcare is such a messy process that it would probably be smarter to take more, not less, time. Better to get it right than get it fast.

    What Trump and the Republican Congress need is a legislative victory that gives everyone some breathing room. Tax reform is a gimmie. It’s popular across the board and can probably get a reasonable number of Democrats. It would also boost Trump’s approval rating and enhance the perception he can get things done. That would, I turn, probably give him more room to negotiate on healthcare.

  51. Bitterlaw says:

    Barrett – I am one of the most judgmental people you will ever meet. I would also do anything I could to help somebody. That’s just who I am.

    Your sister has to see the struggle that you go through every day. I hope that translates into her getting help. Drugs are a killer. I know it sounds hard to believe but I am relieved that my nephew is “only” an alcoholic. If he was a heroin addict, I would just be expecting his funeral within the next few years.

  52. Phil says:

    50

    Not sure you are not on to something – also gives some time to get healthcare right…..as long as health care starts getting dealt with during the summer. Just blowing it off can’t be an option.

  53. Wes says:

    Well, kiss NJ-Gov goodbye. Guadagno is down 25-47. Trump is at 34%. Christie is at 19%. Time to triage that glorified sewer of a state and focus on rebuilding the VAGOP by electing Ed Gillespie Governor.

  54. Wes says:

    Of course Bitterlaw hates Bill Clinton for being a Southern scumbag but has no problem with that wretched hive of scum and villainy straight out of the Star Wars cantina scene just east of him.

  55. Bitterlaw says:

    NJ will elect a Democrat as the next Governor. That Democrat will do what New Jersey Democrat Governors do best – tax and regulate everything to the point that they get replaced by a Republican in 2021.

  56. Bitterlaw says:

    Delicate Flower apparently thinks that I have to name at least 7 billion people I don’t like by name in order to criticize his beloved Bill Clinton.

  57. Wes says:

    McGreevey taxed and spent the so-called Garden State to death. A year after McGreevey left office, John Corzine won the governorship by a 53-43 margin.

  58. Wes says:

    Bill Clinton receives Lewinski in the Oval Office. Bitterlaw calls him a scumbag. Bob Menendez patronizes underage prostitutes overseas. Bitterlaw is silent.

    The difference?

    One is a Southerner–a demographic Bitterlaw loathes with a passion. The other is from the Northeast and therefore above reproach.

  59. NYCmike says:

    Wes,

    Would you please stop with this notion that because a person has not condemned another person means they approve of their conduct.

    It really is so asinine.

  60. NYCmike says:

    “The other is from the Northeast and therefore above reproach.”

    -I am calling it now – Wes is following the same path as Author – he will implode soon.

  61. PresidentPaul! says:

    I really think Rachel Maddow is some sort of criminal and Sessions needs to prosecute that lady.

    Just because you’re a self-professed fake news “journalist” doesn’t mean she can announce a private citizens private health care records, private financial records or private tax records on national television.

  62. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – I was thinking of Florio and Corzine. I forgot about McGreevy. His main claim to fame was sucking at his job and then dragging his poor wife onstage to declare that his “truth” was that he was a gay American.

    I also forgot the days of 3 Acting Governors

    John Farmer Jr. January 8, 2002 January 8, 2002 Republican ?

    — Blank.gif John O. Bennett January 8, 2002 January 12, 2002 Republican ?

    — Codey2011.jpg Richard Codey January 12, 2002 January 15, 2002 Democratic

  63. Bitterlaw says:

    Bill Clinton receives Lewinski in the Oval Office. Bitterlaw calls him a scumbag. Bob Menendez patronizes underage prostitutes overseas. Bitterlaw is silent.

    Come to my house and tell me that I have ever taken abuse of children lightly or GFY, Wes. We were discussing Clinton so I mentioned my opinion of him. GFY again.

    In Delicate Flower’s world you can never judge anybody unless you critique 7 billion other people by name.

  64. Barrett says:

    wow, I actually agree with #61. I have a problem with Maddow holding up Trumps tax forms on live television.

    I think that goes beyond free press. I do know your social security number is on your W2, and it may be on your returns as well. Either way, a major invasion of privacy and there should be a price to pay for Maddow.

  65. Wes says:

    You lost all credibility in declaring your loathing Clinton by declaring Obama to be better than he as President and with your love of that utter failure who served between them, Bitter.

  66. PresidentPaul! says:

    From Trump twitter

    “Donald J. Trump?Verified account @realDonaldTrump 8h8 hours ago
    More
    Does anybody really believe that a reporter, who nobody ever heard of, “went to his mailbox” and found my tax returns? @NBCNews FAKE NEWS!”

    What bs. Why is he buying into the idea that as long as some anonymous person put it in a mailbox that would make it legal?

    Trump should have gone nuclear on MSNBC over this.

  67. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes is not Author. He holds strong opinions and loves himself too much but he is certainly not Author.

  68. Wes says:

    What does it say when Barrett and I have the same position as Bunu?

  69. Barrett says:

    “One is a Southerner–a demographic Bitterlaw loathes with a passion. The other is from the Northeast and therefore above reproach.”

    Wes, I’ve not criticized you in any of the opinions you’ve provided so far. I may have disagreed with them, but respectfully so.

    This one however, is ridiculous.

  70. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – You lost all credibility when you became an apologist for slavery as a “wrong.” I give the nod at the current time to Clinton as being worse than Obama for the simple reason that Obama at least ordered drone strikes on terrorists. Had the technology been available in 1993-2000, I doubt that Clinton would have ordered the strikes. On all other issues, they were both pretty bad. Both definitely make my bottom 10 list and will jockey for position back and forth for years.

  71. EML says:

    Bill Clinton was the root cause of the 2008 economic collapse – that is enough to hate him. Clinton’s HUD wanted more minority home ownership, so they relaxed the requirements for minorities getting mortgages. In 1995, President Bill Clinton’s HUD agreed to let Fannie and Freddie get affordable-housing credit for buying subprime securities that included loans to low-income borrowers. The idea was that subprime lending benefited many borrowers who did not qualify for conventional loans.

    Giving money to people who were a high risk of default to satisfy the ideological goal of more minority home ownership led to the housing bubble which led to the 2008 crash.

  72. Tina says:

    It was stupid for the ky blue rino to alllow any russian ties investigation. A waste.

    It was stupid for paul ryan to indroduce ryano care.

    Tweedle dee and tweedle dum

  73. Wes says:

    I will say at least Bush recognized the dangers f subprime loans in 2003. Naturally he let Barnie Frank bully him into doing nothing and presided over the Lehman Brothers collapse.

    Yet another reason to hate GWB.

  74. Tina says:

    Unhinged! Bill Kristol Suggests Maddow is a Double Agent Using Tump’s Tax Returns to Distract From…
    thegatewaypundit.com

    The socialist son is unhinged.

  75. Barrett says:

    There are multiple things I blame GWB for, but the housing bubble burst is not one of them. EML pretty much hit the nail on the head

    – you force a demographic/culture to do something it isn’t used to doing, and the ultimate financial results are disastrous. It was bad, we are lucky it wasn’t worse.

  76. PresidentPaul! says:

    Wes- do you support the Free Kekistan movement?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IrGq_yyMeg&feature=youtu.be

  77. Tina says:

    I think the statement that bush did not want to find ubl is incorrect.

    Even gaffe biden said that he attributes his capture to bush,

  78. Tina says:

    Bush problem was he listened to much to karl rove, be nice and do not defend yourself.

    He should have fired tenet after 9/11.

  79. PresidentPaul! says:

    He who controls the memes, controls the Universe.

    Consider the religion of Esoteric Kekism. (A video made way back in October!)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi5HrlKSAOQ

    Kek has finally returned

  80. PresidentPaul! says:

    first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they call you racist, then you win.

  81. Barrett says:

    We are still in the stage where we are laughing at you, bunu.

    I have a feeling it’s going to last a while.

  82. Bitterlaw says:

    Barrett – AHC (American Heroes Channel) has a weekly series on Nazi Death Squads. I was reluctant to mention it since I did not want to give Bunu a chance to watch something that he would consider a comedy.

  83. PresidentPaul! says:

    I was referring to Trump presidential campaign in #80

  84. Mr.Vito says:

    “Bill Clinton receives Lewinski in the Oval Office. Bitterlaw calls him a scumbag. Bob Menendez patronizes underage prostitutes overseas.”

    I heard Clinton does this as well…

  85. Mr.Vito says:

    “first they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they call you racist, then you win.”

    You have been going the opposite way here.

  86. Bitterlaw says:

    First they came for Bunu and I said nothing.

    Then they brought him back because he was so annoying and I was miserable.

  87. PresidentPaul! says:

    Shadilay brother

  88. PresidentPaul! says:

    Sen. McCain Explodes: ‘Rand Paul is Working for Putin!’

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpzfGr_Dzqg&feature=youtu.be

    Even though McCain still admits he he still meeting with ISIS and arming them.

  89. NYCmike says:

    Ever since Wes got engaged, he has been especially testy with Bitterlaw, the man who benefits the most from monogamy.

    Yet, we have not been invited to the wedding.

    Is it happening or not?
    Do I need to buy a new pair of shoes, or are you doing a beach wedding?

  90. EML says:

    Is it safe to assume bitter picked villanova to win?

  91. PresidentPaul! says:

    “Putin derangement syndrome” may have finally jumped the shark. Just minutes ago on the US Senate Floor, Sen. Rand Paul did the sensible thing and blocked NATO accession for tiny, corrupt Montenegro. The inconsequential Balkan country brings absolutely nothing to the NATO alliance, with its army of approximately 1,950 active duty military, a population the size of the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and a history political repression and corruption.

    Montenegro would only be a drain on the NATO alliance, but those pushing for its membership don’t care much. They view Montenegro’s NATO membership as another black eye for the Russians, who have been historically close to the tiny Balkan state.

    Chief among those who are obsessed with giving Russia a black eye — and perhaps starting WWIII — is the Senator from Arizona, John McCain. And Senator Paul’s move today nearly caused him an aneurism.

    McCain asked for unanimous consent to move forward his bill to approve NATO membership for Montenegro. His jaw dropped as he witnessed Sen. Paul raise his objection and then exit the room. Done.

    McCain exploded at Paul in what must really be a meltdown for the records:

  92. Bitterlaw says:

    EML – I picked UNC to beat Nova in the championship game. I’m not happy but I think it plays out that way. I actually think that Wisconsin would be a tougher matchup for Villanova than Duke.

  93. Tina says:

    Mitchie needs to rebuke Mcamnesty. He indicated that oaul is working for putin on the senate floor.

    …”he has no justification for his objection to having a small nation be part of NATO that is under assault from the Russians. So I repeat again, the senator from Kentucky is now working for Vladimir Putin.”

  94. jason says:

    I will take McCain over Rand Paul any day of the week.

    At least he is a Republican and a patriot.

  95. PresidentPaul! says:

    Fake news version vs what actually happened

    http://thewealthwatchman.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Bane-1.jpg

  96. jason says:

    Tina calls McCain Mcamnesty.

    Did McCain ever say we will find a place for every illegal that want to come and work in America, and that he envisions 12 million new taxpayers coming out of the shadows?

    If anyone is for amnesty, its Rand Paul.

  97. jason says:

    Anyone clicking on Bunu’s links risks going to some Nazi or white supremacist site…. beware.

  98. Tina says:

    I also call mccain an arse and a terrrible senator.

  99. PresidentPaul! says:

    Breitbart Exclusive — Rand Paul: Let’s ‘Smash’ Paul Ryan’s Obamacare Lite ‘to Smithereens’

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/15/exclusive-rand-paul-lets-smash-paul-ryans-obamacare-lite-to-smithereens/

  100. jason says:

    GWB had one DUI. According to the officer he was coherent and cooperative. By the time he ran for President he had stopped drinking completely. As far as we know, he never got into any further trouble with alcohol again.

    How that one DUI disqualified him for the Presidency is a question only somebody with terminal BDS like wes can answer.

    Meanwhile “I didn’t inhale” Clinton, a sexual predator who was impeached and disbarred, now there is someone to look up to.

  101. Robbie says:

    Fox’s new poll has Trump’s approval at 43% which is down from 49% last month. That said, the number from last month was probably an outlier. The Fox poll seems to be in line with the view Trump’s approval/disapproval is 45/50. Given the rough start he had, it’s not bad, but missteps like the wire tap tweets have hurt him.

  102. jason says:

    I also call Rand Paul an ass and a terrible senator.

    And a moron.

  103. Robbie says:

    Maybe Tina and her buddies at 4Chan can organize a protest of McConnell. That should do it.

  104. Mr.Vito says:

    If he said Paul is working for Putin, then that is uncalled for.

  105. Robbie says:

    I’ve voted for Rand Paul twice. No one else here has. I am repeatedly reminded of what a dunce he is. He’s only out to garner attention for himself and his clownish ideas.

  106. Mr.Vito says:

    The GOP should nip this neo-McCarthyism in the bud.

  107. jason says:

    Wobbie is still whining about Trump’s tweets, which really is his only weapon against the MSM lies.

    But of course, since Wobbie believes everything he reads in the MSM as pure gospel, it would make sense he doesn’t like the tweets.

  108. jason says:

    If he said Paul is working for Putin, then that is uncalled for.”

    Why?

    If he really is trying to keep Montenegro from joining NATO, he IS playing Putin’s game.

  109. Mr.Vito says:

    I just said why.

  110. jason says:

    The fact is all Paulbots hate NATO.

    It has nothing to do with Montenegro.

    It has to do with isolationism and self promotion.

  111. NYCmike says:

    jason says:
    March 15, 2017 at 6:07 pm

    I will take McCain over Rand Paul any day of the week.

    At least he is a Republican and a patriot.

    -bunu drops by to take a dump, and then we have more deep analysis from jason……have not seen any facts from either bunu or jason, but no need for those pesky things……

  112. Mr.Vito says:

    Paul should demand proof he is working for Putin by the end of the week or demand McCain publicly apologize.

    Goose-gander.

  113. PresidentPaul! says:

    Dave Weigel?Verified account @daveweigel 5h5 hours ago
    More

    Rand Paul arriving at the anti-AHCA rally

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C6-YXJbWsAk1bek.jpg

  114. jason says:

    Sounds to me like McCain’s point was on the mark.

    Nothing uncalled for about it.

    Rand Paul is an isolationist who thinks Iran is not a threat. He is against any military alliance the US has.

    His foreign policy views are dangerous and naive.

    Good for McCain for pointing it out.

  115. PresidentPaul! says:

    “Tell the weak-kneed Republicans we were not out there campaigning for Obamacare lite.”

    -Rand Paul at rally today

    https://twitter.com/daveweigel/status/842061093702905858/photo/1

  116. jason says:

    Rand Paul arriving at the anti-AHCA rally”

    Zzzzzzz….

  117. NYCmike says:

    “Rand Paul is an isolationist who thinks Iran is not a threat. He is against any military alliance the US has.”

    -This would make for fascinating reading……

  118. jason says:

    I’ve voted for Rand Paul twice. No one else here has. I am repeatedly reminded of what a dunce he is. He’s only out to garner attention for himself and his clownish ideas.”

    So you were the moron that elected him…..

    Par for the course.

  119. NYCmike says:

    Wes – BDS
    Bitter – “The South” DS
    jason – PDS

  120. Mr.Vito says:

    Totally uncalled for… let’s see the proof, or shut up and keep your 1950s rhetoric off the floor. McCains temper is worse than Trumps.

  121. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 15, 2017 at 6:19 pm
    Wobbie is still whining about Trump’s tweets, which really is his only weapon against the MSM lies.
    But of course, since Wobbie believes everything he reads in the MSM as pure gospel, it would make sense he doesn’t like the tweets.

    – Yep. His claim that Obama wire tapped him, based off a Mark Levin inspired Breitbart article, was big mistake and it continues to haunt him. Republican Senators and House members on the Intelligence committees continue to say daily they’ve seen nothing to back up Trump’s claim.

    I guarantee you Trump regrets those tweets. I’d like to see him bight the bullet and walk back the claim, but that’s not part of his ethos. You’ll notice, though, that his Twitter feed has been much calmer since then and it appears the majority of his tweets have come from his social media staff. I think he realizes he went too far.

  122. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 15, 2017 at 6:27 pm
    I’ve voted for Rand Paul twice. No one else here has. I am repeatedly reminded of what a dunce he is. He’s only out to garner attention for himself and his clownish ideas.”
    So you were the moron that elected him…..
    Par for the course.

    – Yes, me and about 60% of KY.

  123. jason says:

    “Rand Paul is an isolationist who thinks Iran is not a threat. He is against any military alliance the US has.”

    -This would make for fascinating reading…”

    Ok, read away…

    Sen. Rand Paul (R., Ky.) denied that a nuclear Iran would pose a national security threat to the United States or Israel in a 2007 radio interview with talk show host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.

    “Even our own intelligence community consensus opinion now is that they’re not a threat. Like my dad [Rep. Ron Paul] says, [the Iranians] don’t have an Air Force, they don’t have a Navy,” said Paul, according to a recording of the interview. “You know, it’s ridiculous to think they’re a threat to our national security.”

    “It’s not even that viable to say they’re a national threat to Israel,” Paul added.

  124. jason says:

    To say Iran is not a threat to Israel has to rank among one of the stupidest foreign policy statements ever made.

  125. Mr.Vito says:

    Trump was a step too far for Robbie, but not the rest of Kentucky.

  126. Tina says:

    I do mot think rand is a moron. I can say that about goober and mcamnesty.

    Cotton is my favorite.

  127. Sheeple,Jr. says:

    #101- it took you all of 15 minutes to report this new unfavorable FOX Poll.
    Two(2) things; In its last poll, DJT’s approval rating was 48% and not 49% as you claim. Also, this is a D+9 poll, whereas FOX’ last poll was D+3.

    How come you did not report today’s release of the Politico/ Morning Consult Poll which showed The Donald’s job approval at 52%.Answer–it does not fit your meme!

  128. Mr.Vito says:

    Paul is weird and wrong on plenty.

    He is not a traitor.

    McCain believes Putin is the enemy, so he has called Paul a traitor.

    Save it, John.

  129. Tina says:

    Its decorum on the senate floor that i object to.

    Mcamnesty acts like a bulky on it when he is a pos.

  130. Tina says:

    I cannot defend mcamnesty on that one. Paul is not my favorite senator and he is stupid by claiming the mullahs are not a threat. They are a bjgger threat imo than pooty poot.

  131. jason says:

    Bunu is a traitor, Rand Paul is just an isolationist anti-military terrorist coddling idiot.

  132. Tina says:

    And mcamnesty and goober were wrong on iraq, egypt, syria, etc.

    If her thighness was the gas, those two dunces were the lighters.

  133. Mr.Vito says:

    “I guarantee you Trump regrets those tweets.”

    The Russia story died with those tweets… there is no guarantee he regrets them. It also saved Sessions from the microscope. I would love to work for Trump.

  134. jason says:

    Sorry, I will back McCain in any foreign policy fight with Rand Paul. McCain has forgotten more about foreign policy than Rand Paul will ever learn.

  135. Mr.Vito says:

    Robbie gave the Morning Consult poll in the very first post on this thread. Sheesh.

  136. PresidentPaul! says:

    I’d like to get rid of Cotton.

    That being said, Cotton’s RAISE Act is an excellent idea.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/02/07/raise-act-to-reform-outdated-immigration-system-protect-american-workers-wages/

  137. jason says:

    ep. His claim that Obama wire tapped him, based off a Mark Levin inspired Breitbart article,”

    So you actually know what inspires Trumps tweets?

    The Breibart BS is pure MSM drivel which you love to regurgitate here.

    You have no idea where Trump got his information. None. Nada. Zilch.

  138. jason says:

    From all we know, Breitbard might have gotten the information from Bannon who got it from Trump.

    I don’t know this, but since Wobbie is given to wild speculations, I will join in.

  139. EML says:

    Bitter – I also picked UNC over Nova in the finals. It will come down to who wins more early games I suppose.

  140. Mr.Vito says:

    “McCain has forgotten more about foreign policy than Rand Paul will ever learn.”

    Never liked this phrase…

    If McCain learned 90% and forgot 75%, I’d prefer someone that remembered 50%.

  141. Mr.Vito says:

    “I’d like to get rid of Cotton.”

    Dumber than saying Paul works for Putin.

  142. Tina says:

    Fbi could be unaware of who was tapped. I notice how the jebots do not want any investigation, but were the first to call for a pointless investigation

  143. Tina says:

    Into russian ties with trump*

  144. PresidentPaul! says:

    #142
    Not with a Democrat.

    With a republican if the chance ever comes of it though that’s doubtful, but he would be a good one to get rid of along with most of them.

  145. Tina says:

    Studeents fall asleep when graham discussion bogus russia meddling innthe electiion.

    Enough is enough.

  146. lisab says:

    travel ban halted by hawaii judge

  147. PresidentPaul! says:

    Judicial Review does not supersede the president’s opinion on constitutionality of law.

    Trump hasn’t figured that out yet apparently.

    “John Marshall has made his decision, now let him enforce it”
    -Jackson

  148. Tina says:

    i am hoping that the ds and rs know that wiretapping does not just involve phones.

  149. PresidentPaul! says:

    If Trump would announce that Ryancare is dead on arrival he could shut this bs down and quit wasting time.

  150. Bitterlaw says:

    Bitter – I also picked UNC over Nova in the finals. It will come down to who wins more early games I suppose.

    EML – Ummmmm. If both teams are in the final game, they each won the same number of games to get there. I am sure that you were trying to make some other point.

  151. Robbie says:

    How Sean Hannity, Matt Boyle, and Jim Hoft are destroying conservative journalism. (Tina currently screaming into a pillow that her man Hoft is being attacked)

    Written by Amamda Carpenter who worked for Ted Cruz.

    http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/03/how-the-conservative-media-become-trumps-lapdogs-214912

  152. Bitterlaw says:

    Judicial Review does not supersede the president’s opinion on constitutionality of law.

    Bunu can’t be this stupid on his own. He really has to work hard at it.

  153. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    March 15, 2017 at 6:32 pm
    Trump was a step too far for Robbie, but not the rest of Kentucky.

    – Yes, that is true. Had KY been closer, I might have voted for him.

  154. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    March 15, 2017 at 6:40 pm
    Robbie gave the Morning Consult poll in the very first post on this thread. Sheesh

    – What’s wrong with this? It shows Trump’s approval at 52%. That’s pretty good for him, right? I thought the critique of me is I never post positives for Trump.

  155. Bitterlaw says:

    I will take McCain over Paul on foreign policy every time.

    Tina’s disparagement of McCain as a person is sickening. Even if he is wrong on an issue, he earned the right to be wrong.

  156. PresidentPaul! says:

    “I will take McCain over Paul on foreign policy every time.”

    McCain’s ideology created ISIS.

  157. Bitterlaw says:

    Breaking News – Ron Paul continues string of electoral failures and receives no votes in Dutch election:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4315374/Europe-braced-NEXIT.html

  158. Bitterlaw says:

    ISIS created ISIS. F off, Bunu.

  159. PresidentPaul! says:

    “Judicial Review does not supersede the president’s opinion on constitutionality of law.”

    Point is that Judicial Review was a power granted in a case by one of the three coequal branches of government to itself claiming superiority over the other three.

    But in reality the three branches coequal just as individual citizens can nullify bad law with jury nullification, which is the ultimate arbitrator in these matters.

  160. PresidentPaul! says:

    John McCain presidential challenger Kelli Ward ad says that John McCain created ISIS

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dzV9bjMg2ZU

  161. PresidentPaul! says:

    Kelli Ward aims to oust Flake in 2018

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/kelli-ward-jeff-flake-2018-230394

    DRAIN THE SWAMP

  162. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 15, 2017 at 6:43 pm
    From all we know, Breitbard might have gotten the information from Bannon who got it from Trump.
    I don’t know this, but since Wobbie is given to wild speculations, I will join in.

    – Word is Trump got it from Judge Napolitano who got it from his microwave.

  163. Robbie says:

    PresidentPaul! says:
    March 15, 2017 at 7:21 pm
    Kelli Ward aims to oust Flake in 2018
    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/kelli-ward-jeff-flake-2018-230394
    DRAIN THE SWAMP

    – Shut up. Seriously, shut up.

  164. NYCmike says:

    “– Yep. His claim that Obama wire tapped him, based off a Mark Levin inspired Breitbart article, was big mistake and it continues to haunt him. Republican Senators and House members on the Intelligence committees continue to say daily they’ve seen nothing to back up Trump’s claim.”

    -Levin got his information from the MSM. He even read the newspaper articles from the NY Times, Washington Post etc., as well as giving their dates so people like you could verify what he was reading.

    The whole point of Levin doing this was to show that there was either 1) shady stuff going on w/ Obama and his allies, or 2) the MSM is spreading false stories, aka “Fake News”.

    WIN-WIN for Trump, Levin…..

  165. NYCmike says:

    ““I’d like to get rid of Cotton.””

    -Since he did not take umbrage at this remark, I will assume Mr. Vito is a descendant of the WOOL-ly Mammoth.

  166. PresidentPaul! says:

    https://twitter.com/worldisahoax/status/838220343311482880

    #March4Trump Austin Texas Praises Kek!

    #PEPE #FreeKekistan #AltRight
    #wiretap #Shadilay

  167. Tina says:

    Primary flake.

  168. Tina says:

    Bush created isis, obumbler realky expanded isis.

  169. Tina says:

    Bl, mccain shoukd quit and I woukd not bother him anymore. He is a politician and not exempt from any criticism because of his war hero and veteran statuses.

    It was no professional what he said in the senate floor. Over the top rhetoric and lacks decorum.

    A

  170. Tina says:

    Ryanocare is dead.

    Bad strategy

    Repeal obumblercare and then do the new bill.

    But stupid is stupid and ryano and mitchie are prime examples.

  171. Tina says:

    Trotting about a bimbette in carpeter, amanda.

  172. jason says:

    McCain’s ideology created ISIS.”

    A Paulbot admits ISIS exists?

    Who wouda thunk?

  173. jason says:

    McCain earned the right to be wrong, Bitter is right.

    He is a patriot and actually is a Republican.

    Rand Paul believes in the “blowback theory”, that we are responsible for 9/11, and in the silly idea that if we are nice to terrorists they won’t bother us. A truly disgusting concept.

    And Rand Paul is not against the Ryan bill, he just is using it for self promotion.

    One McCain is worth 100 Rand Pauls.

  174. jason says:

    Bl, mccain shoukd quit”

    So Tina, move to Az and vote against him.

    His constituents just elected him to a 7th term, they seem to think he is ok.

    Your senators are a lot worse than McCain, why don’t you take cheap shots at them?

  175. PresidentPaul! says:

    Tina do you support the free Kekistan movement?

    This explains the plight of the people.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NZhc4O36p0&t=95s

  176. lisab says:

    World’s biggest fund manager threatens to oust company directors who ignore climate change

  177. jason says:

    Looks like the deadenders want to keep Obamacare.

    Let them. Call their bluff.

  178. jason says:

    Hold a vote.

    Let Rand Paul and any other deadenders vote with the Democrats to defeat it.

  179. jason says:

    Looks like the Dutch Trump lost….

  180. Tina says:

    Bubu, i wont click on your link.

  181. Tina says:

    Your senators are a lot worse than McCain, why don’t you take cheap shots at them?

    True, but i have taken shots at frankenstein and jebot 2 said i was anti semitic.

  182. Robbie says:

    “A source with knowledge of the situation said that the move was designed to effectively push out McFarland.”

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/dina-powell-national-security-236110

  183. jason says:

    Bubu, i wont click on your link.”

    American Nazi Party hardest hit.

  184. jason says:

    just as individual citizens can nullify bad law with jury nullification,”

    Are Paulbot Kommittees going to decide what is bad law?

  185. NYCmike says:

    “Your senators are a lot worse than McCain, why don’t you take cheap shots at them?”

    -This would be like taking cheap shots at Schumer…..you try and hit a snake slithering in the tall grass!

  186. Tina says:

    So, executive order ruling goes back tomthe ninth circus court.

  187. PresidentPaul! says:

    Trump should not appeal it.

    Ignore the rogue judge. Enforce his orders.

  188. Tina says:

    Poor mika scarfarce

    Michael Cohen? @MichaelCohen212
    .@seanhannity @JoeNBC total failure by you & your team last night. Maybe time to investigate if the moon landing was staged by the Russians

  189. NYCmike says:

    McCain can’t be touched…..I guess it was wrong of Saxby Chambliss to defeat Max Cleland….oh wait, he was a Democrat, so it is ok.

    How about Charlie Rangel? Should we never say anything bad about him?

    Jimmy Carter served our nation…..don’t say anything bad about him.

    JFK got injured in a PT boat (?), but not captured…..we are allowed to criticize him?

  190. Tina says:

    It is so clear that the president has the authority.

  191. NYCmike says:

    “So, executive order ruling goes back tomthe ninth circus court.”

    -HOW could this be possible? I thought the original EO was rushed, sloppy, Bannon-ized, yada yada yada…..Robbie said Trump should have waitied and done it right (according to the NY TImes??).

  192. Tina says:

    If mccain meets in syria with aq, i will call him out. He is not exempt. Conservatism first and I am an unaffiliated voter

  193. Tina says:

    9th circus will support the lesser ruling and it is no,slammdunk in the sc when Gorsuch. Is seated, assuming the ky blue rino does not screw that up too.

  194. Mr.Vito says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    March 15, 2017 at 6:40 pm
    “Robbie gave the Morning Consult poll in the very first post on this thread. Sheesh
    – What’s wrong with this? It shows Trump’s approval at 52%. That’s pretty good for him, right? I thought the critique of me is I never post positives for Trump.”

    That’s what I get for defending Robbie from a drive by… might as well have defended a stone.

  195. NYCmike says:

    Paul and McCain are both politicians serving their constituents – they both deserve praise and/or criticism depending upon their policy preference.

    Neither one is above that, no matter what their life story is.

    If they don’t want it, remove yourself from office, and let a different person take the spot.

  196. Tina says:

    The whole hhr logic, you cannot criticize a politician, who is a.vet, or a judge because bl gets mad, is ridiculous.

    Criticism is part of the game.

  197. Mr.Vito says:

    “Since he did not take umbrage at this remark, I will assume Mr. Vito is a descendant of the WOOL-ly Mammoth.”

    I did take umbrage.

    Two rocks.

  198. NYCmike says:

    Mr. Vito,

    I think he read it as an attack on him, instead of you defending him to other posters.

    I actually thought the same thing…….and was confused why you made light of the poll, since it was a positive, but now I see it was meant differently.

  199. Tina says:

    So cakled republican politician who is a judge *

  200. Tina says:

    Sorry, R politician*

  201. Mr.Vito says:

    Two boulders.

  202. Trump says:

    McCain is a doddering old fool who is butt hurt that Trump succeeded where he failed miserably.

    He belongs in jail for his role in the Keating 5.

    He is nothing more than a corrupt hack.

  203. Trump says:

    McCain is paid by Soros.

  204. Mr.Vito says:

    203 McCain was also reported to be leaking information during that scandal, too.

  205. NYCmike says:

    LETS GET READY TO RUMBLE!

    In the NorthEast corner of the ring, weighing in at one shyster and a shill for incumbency, is John McCain.

    In the other corner, spanning the SouthEast X California, weighing in at 1 Sock dipped in a lemoncello, is justified criticism of an elected official.

    Let’s have a clean fight, no hitting below the service belt…..

  206. Trump says:

    Should John Kerry be immune from criticism?

  207. Trump says:

    John Kerry was in Vietnam, unlike George W Bush.

    That should tell us who we should vote for.

  208. Trump says:

    Right?

  209. Proud Obamacon says:

    “Anybody who doesn’t think brainwashing works should read Proud Obamacon’s posts on Obamacare in the previous thread.”

    Jason and Phil back at it.. keep it up looooosahs. I am willing to help my fellow Americans, and you are willing to help yourselves and let others suffer. Good to know!

  210. PresidentPaul! says:

    Every branch is coequal and has a right to constitutional interpretation.

    That’s why Trump needs to issue an executive branch memo declaring the judge’s ruling unconstitutional, and state that the executive branch can not enforce an unconstitutional ruling.

    AKA the Andrew Jackson precedent.

    Because frankly we lost control of our judiciary well before we lost control of the American colleges in this country.

  211. Trump says:

    You are not helping anyone, PO.

    If you shut the f up, that will help.

  212. Trump says:

    It’s very simple.

    The state department can just stop issuing or renewing visas. There’s no obligation on the admin to issue any visas.

  213. Proud Obamacon says:

    “Trump needs to issue an executive branch memo declaring the judge’s ruling unconstitutional”

    And welcome to Pyongyang, folks!

  214. Trump says:

    Not helping, moron.

  215. Mr.Vito says:

    McCain ignored GWBs advice and publicly called for that meeting in 2008 and suspended his campaign.

    Then when McCain was called to speak in the meeting he passed. Instead, Obama acted the statesman in the room.

    I thank John for his service. It doesn’t automatically make him a good statesman nor a good person. There are plenty of people who do not care for him for plenty of good reasons.

    I’m rather indifferent now myself.

  216. PresidentPaul! says:

    “And welcome to Pyongyang, folks!”

    Shadilay brother. Praise Kek. How are you tonight

    Do you support the Free Kekistan movement?

  217. Walt says:

    Happy Ides of March.

    Ate dinner at Fergie’s Pub in Philly.

  218. Mr.Vito says:

    RIPCharles/ProudObamoron/Susykook is a joke poster.

  219. Trump says:

    What’s the joke?

  220. Trump says:

    Himself?

  221. Cash Cow TM says:

    Hey.

    Keep Alert

    The letters can be rearranged to also spell:

    peek later
    _____________________________
    Ironic.

    keep alert
    peek later

  222. Mr.Vito says:

    “Himself?”

    yes.

  223. Trump says:

    What’s the punch line?

  224. Proud Obamacon says:

    So called conservatives don’t give a crap about the Constitution or respecting Democracy. Not a word as the Groper in Chief tries to turn America into a dictatorship, they are even cheering him on. Complete frauds.

  225. Trump says:

    Says who, PO?

    Nobody believes your demented rants.

  226. Cash Cow TM says:

    “Gonova”

    VA goon

  227. Trump says:

    You are just passed that trump did not grope you, right?

  228. Trump says:

    Pissed, not passed.

  229. Trump says:

    I will believe trump is a dictator when he has you offed, PO.

  230. Trump says:

    I personally think you are Hitler’s illegitimate child, PO.

  231. Trump says:

    Not that it is your fault, of course.

  232. Mr.Vito says:

    “What’s the punch line?”

    He’s done a few too many lines of something.

  233. Proud Obamacon says:

    So a Hawaii judge does the responsible thing and blocks the latest unconstitutional and racist travel ban. Good thing we still have an independent judicial branch .. for now…… right Constitutionalists?

  234. Mr.Vito says:

    THE PROUD OBAMACON

    ROACHED UP MOONBAT

    There’s one for you, Walt.

  235. PresidentPaul! says:

    I don’t object to the judiciary’s self-awarded claim of judicial they granted themselves in marbury vs madison.

    I object to the executive branch and congress giving an acquiescence to that branch without having their own opinions on what is constitutional.

    Trump needs to start issuing memos on rogue rulings to stop these judges.

  236. Trump says:

    Not helping, moron. Not helping at all.

  237. Proud Obamacon says:

    Obviously since its a Hawaiian judge, this was Obama’s doing! He must have taken a break from tapping microwaves to direct his deep state to kill the latest ban! Sad!

  238. Proud Obamacon says:

    “Trump needs to start issuing memos on rogue rulings to stop these judges.”

    zzzzz I’m sure you’d feel the same if it was Obama instead of Trump trying to overrule judges… Loooosah

  239. PresidentPaul! says:


    zzzzz I’m sure you’d feel the same if it was Obama instead of Trump trying to overrule judges… Loooosah”

    Obama Did that clearly.

    You don’t know about it because you watch fake news.

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2017/02/dhs-ig-let-obama-defy-court-rulings-illegal-amnesty-acts-probes-trump-muslim-order/

  240. Bitterlaw says:

    In 130, Tina referred to McCain as a “pos.” Is there a benign meaning that I am missing?

  241. PresidentPaul! says:

    Fake News LOVED the Obama administration.

    Obama Administration Admits It Violated Judge’s Order to Halt Implementation of Immigration Plan

    http://dailysignal.com/2015/05/12/obama-administration-admits-it-violated-judges-order-to-halt-implementation-of-immigration-plan

    Why is Trump still allowing fake news in the white house press room?

  242. Proud Obamacon says:

    “Obama Did that clearly.”

    An dI’m sure your reaction was the same as it would be if Trump did the same thing right? “… start issuing memos on rogue rulings to stop these judges.”

    Right?

    Or do you only feel that your side can override judges while judges are constitutional heroes when Dems are in the White house? LOOsah

  243. Mr.Vito says:

    Bunu and the joke poster are locked in a Battle of Twits.

  244. Mr.Vito says:

    And Bunu is winning…

  245. PresidentPaul! says:

    #244
    I’ve always said that each branch has a right to constitutional interpretation.

    Judicial Review was a self granted power by the judiciary. It wasn’t in the constitution. As previously stated I don’t have a problem with the judiciary granting themselves that power, but I have a problem with the other branches automatically giving acquiescence to that branch especially when there are so many rogue judges.

  246. Proud Obamacon says:

    Thank God for this patriot! Protecting all of us from the evil mooooooslims. He is a true hero!

    http://abc7news.com/news/man-breaks-into-arizona-mosque-rips-copies-of-quran/1801259/

  247. Proud Obamacon says:

    “Judicial Review was a self granted power by the judiciary. It wasn’t in the constitution. As previously stated I don’t have a problem with the judiciary granting themselves that power, but I have a problem with the other branches automatically giving acquiescence to that branch especially when there are so many rogue judges.”

    Actually, you had no problem with this while Obama was in office. And you suddently have a problem now that your Pussy Grabber is in office. Hmmmmmm

  248. jason says:

    Hey Proud ObamaCON, isn’t their a nice Marxist site where everyone shares your dictatorship of the proletariat dream?

    I am sure they will appreciate your Soviet style health care plan there and love your admiration for kangaroo courts.

  249. PresidentPaul! says:

    The issue isn’t with the mechanics of it all. If the president is acting unlawfully like Bush was torturing and killing people I have a major problem with it. When Obama violated the constitution I have a problem with that too.

  250. jason says:

    It’s hard to figure out who is the bigger idiot, Bunu or Proud Obamacon…

    Is it ok to declare a tie?

  251. Proud Obamacon says:

    I like to see how the other side, (err morons) think. I am extremely entertained by this site. Its comedic relief for me. I will keep coming here and making fun of yall lolllll

  252. Mr.Vito says:

    That Dutch guy seems waaaaaaay out on the right… not so much a populist.

    And his party gained 7 seats while the main party lost 10… It is now tied for the second biggest (32-19-19)

    I’m not sure that is really as bad a sign for Euroskeptics as the others are portraying it.

  253. Proud Obamacon says:

    Bubu logic: “If the president is acting unlawfully like Bush was torturing and killing people I have a major problem with it. When Obama violated the constitution I have a problem with that too.”

    Let me finish your thought, .. “I have no problem with Trump doing anything he wants including banning judges and establishing a dictatorship. I love to suck orange c*ck”

  254. jason says:

    Proud Obamcon and Bunu should get a room.

    Bunu can talk about how sad he is Ron Paul lost 150 primaries and caucuses in a row and Proud Obamcon can lament the fall of the Berlin wall.

  255. Proud Obamacon says:

    Bubu logic: “If the president is acting unlawfully like Bush was torturing and killing people I have a major problem with it. When Obama violated the constitution I have a problem with that too.”

    Let me finish your thought, .. “I have no problem with Trump doing anything he wants including banning judges and establishing a dictatorship. I love to suck orange c***”

  256. jason says:

    An argument between a Paulbot fascist and a Proud Marxist.

    Pass the popcorn.

  257. PresidentPaul! says:

    Wilders seems like a troll candidate to me. He looks weird, acts weird, sounds weird, comes across as outright strange.

    The left probably installed that guy as leader of the far right so people vote for their garbage candidate every election.

  258. Proud Obamacon says:

    Oh weird, first post did make it through. Nice! Bubu, go suck an orange c*ck.

  259. jason says:

    Neither have a shred of democracy in their empty skulls.

    Both believe the ends justify the means, whatever they are.

  260. jason says:

    Bunu doesn’t like Wilders?

    He would make such a nice date for Farange.

  261. Proud Obamacon says:

    “Neither have a shred of democracy in their empty skulls.”

    BS – you are the one who is thrilled with a fascist authoritarian POTUS.

  262. jason says:

    Hey Proud ObamaCON, are you really this much an idiot in real life or are you just playing the part here?

  263. Cash Cow TM says:

    “do you support the free Kekistan movement?”

    Nobody else giving an answer to Bubu?
    Waht the heck…
    I will.

    When you buy a new bicycle,
    i think it should come with a free kickstand.

  264. PresidentPaul! says:

    “the ends justify the means”

    Actually that’s the opposite of me. I’m perfectly willing to tank any election.

    I decided to vote for Trump in both the primary and general election this time since he was a cut above the standard Jeb Bush we get.

  265. jason says:

    LOL, you were ok with King Obama for 8 years…

    Now you are whining by authoritarian Trump?

    The hypocrisy is astounding….

  266. Bitterlaw says:

    Can we get Trump, PO, and Bunu to go at it? For me it would be like watching Stalin, Hitler, and Robert E. Lee fight. I can’t really pick anybody I want to win.

    Just kidding. Just F’ing with Wes. Replace Lee with Pol Pot.

  267. Mr.Vito says:

    ” or are you just playing the part here?”

    He plays multiple idiots here. It’s in his blood.

  268. Proud Obamacon says:

    “Now you are whining by authoritarian Trump?”

    I’m not whining. I’m exposing your hypocrisy, idiot.

  269. Bitterlaw says:

    Bunu is willing to tank any election? No wonder he liked Ron Paul in the Presidential races.

  270. jason says:

    For Proud Obamacon, what was good for the goose is not good for the gander…

    What a surprise….

    Obama rode all over the Constitution for years, I never hear a peep from Obamcon.

    At least I was honest in my opposition to Trump.

    The Proud Obamacons never stray off the reservation.

  271. jason says:

    Bunu, did you help Ron Paul tank 151 elections and caucuses in a row?

    Iowa is Paul country!

  272. Proud Obamacon says:

    Good to know that all of Jason’s “concerns” about Obama supposedly trampling the Constitution was all hogwash. Good to know because he now supports Trump destroying our Democracy.

    Good to know !

  273. Proud Obamacon says:

    I’m not whining, I’m entertained, The groper is going to crash and burn.

    2018 will be aight, we’ll survive. 2020 will be a blue wave and it will come at the perfect time. We’ll gerrymander you out of existence. Enjoy these few years Jason and Phil.

    And once we regain power, we’ll know that all of your “concerns” about Constitution trampling are disingenuous. Yall can nuke the filibuster too, thanks. Lova ya

  274. Bitterlaw says:

    Fortunately, Trump and PO are just trolling us. Sadly, I believe Bunu is real.

  275. Bitterlaw says:

    I thought 2016 was supposed to be a blue wave. Make up your mind, Obamacon.

  276. jason says:

    Zzzz… aorry moron, but nobody can accuse me of being a Trump supporter. i have been honest about my reservations about him.

    But the truth is Obama trampled the Constitution for years and you had no objection. So you are just a run of the mill two faced hypocrite.

    I have seen nothing so far where Trump is “destroying democracy”.

    Idiots like you that say “Trump is not my President” are the ones that don’t believe in Democracy.

  277. Trump says:

    Anyone interested in the Bitterlaw vs Wes snooze fest?

    Iran vs Iraq part two.

  278. Proud Obamacon says:

    Zzzz.. spare me. ‘I have seen nothing so far where Trump is “destroying democracy”.’

    Enough said, you are delusional and you support the groper’s authoritarian tendencies. Good to know!

  279. jason says:

    Can we take it to the bank that 2020 will be a blue wave?

    I mean, aren’t you the moron that predicted AZ was a lock for Hillary and you were now going to contest Texas?

    Should we go on the fact that just because you are always wrong maybe one day you can be right?

  280. jason says:

    authoritarian tendencies.”

    Really?

    Is that all you got?

    Oh yeah, and Madcow’s 15 minutes of moonbat excitement with Trump’s 2005 tax return.

    Man, you ARE a pathetic loser.

  281. Mr.Vito says:

    RIPCharles says ‘good to know’ but clearly banking knowledge is not his thing…

  282. Proud Obamacon says:

    “predicted AZ was a lock for Hillary and you were now going to contest Texas?”

    Show me proof that I said AZ was a lock. Never said it was a lock but I did think Hillary would take AZ based on polling. That was before Comey’s antics during the last week.

    Despite all that, AZ did swing our way in a pretty big way.

  283. jason says:

    2018 will be aight, we’ll survive.”

    Wow, what a moonbat expression of confidence…

    LOL

  284. jason says:

    Huh, moron, “Hillary will take AZ” and “AZ is a lock” are pretty close but I will allow that you were just wrong that Hillary would win AZ.

    Did Ohio swing to you in a big way? IA? FL? MN? WI? PA? NC? MO? NH? ME?

    By your measurement, all these states “swung our way” in a pretty big way.

  285. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes and I have better arguments than the Axis of Morons

  286. Proud Obamacon says:

    “Did Ohio swing to you in a big way? IA? FL? MN? WI? PA? NC? MO? NH? ME?”

    AZ, TX, and GA swung against the grain. The states you listed went with the grain, so zzzz. Most will swing back once they realize that the orange pussy grabber is a fraud. Yall can keep MO and IA, enjoy. The rest are blue or purple in 2020.

    Are the coal jobs coming back? Are manufacturing jobs coming back? Are healthcare costs down? Well? Yeah, I”m sure those states will stay red… LOLLLLL

  287. jason says:

    The real snoozefest was the America hating terrorist loving anti semitic Bunu vs. the Soviet era Marxist throwback ObamaCON

  288. jason says:

    ” Are manufacturing jobs coming back?”

    What happened? Did Obama lose them?

  289. Trump says:

    Slavery vs gwb?

    The pulse is racing.

    For morons.

  290. Bitterlaw says:

    I always enjoyed Hillary’s promises to fix the problems caused by Oba,a by using Obama’s policies that created the problems.

  291. Proud Obamacon says:

    “What happened? Did Obama lose them?”

    So your answer is no, they are not back? And guess what, they are not coming back. The Groper promised to bring them back, ooopsie. Think those states won’t remember? They going blue, buddy!

  292. wraith says:

    Proud Ocommiecon says:

    March 15, 2017 at 9:56 pm

    “So a Hawaii judge does the responsible thing and blocks the latest unconstitutional and racist travel ban.”

    Congress has given the exec branch the authority to block immigration if safety is an issue.

    “The ACLU also neglects a critical component of law, 8 U.S.C. Section 1182(f), which states the president may “suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.”

    And—“It is a fact that Obama himself as president issued three so-called 212(f) travels bans, as presidents have broad authority to do so under 8 U.S.C. Section 1182(f), which was never repealed by the 1965 Immigration Act”

    Race isn’t an issue, as middle eastern semitic types are of the caucasian race. It isn’t a religious issue either, but a terrorism issue.

  293. Mr.Vito says:

    “Race isn’t an issue”

    Well, unless it is because Trump and Obama are different races that they are treated differently.

  294. PresidentPaul! says:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7A0GktU4AEXyue.png

    Shadilay fellow citizens of Kekistan

  295. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Wonder if Rachel Maddow realizes how absolutely stupid see now looks?

    Also have to ask the question why would someone leave two pages of Trump tax returns that placed him a very favorable light in a journalist’s mailbox? Cannot help but think that Maddow was just had.

  296. Bitterlaw says:

    I watched the first 5 minutes of Maddox’s show last night. It was a rant about Ryan’s billl. No mention of tax returns. Maybe she thinks people will just forget.

  297. Wes says:

    Alabama is going to have a ballot initiative banning all abortions in case Roe v. Wade is overturned.

    hooray for the abortoobsesives, I suppose.

  298. NYCmike says:

    CCC

  299. Bitterlaw says:

    I can’t recall ever seeing a law that would only go into effect if a Supreme Court decision went one way or the other. Interesting. Pointless but interesting.

  300. jason says:

    Trump hasn’t been in office for more than about a month and Proud Sovietcon is attacking him for not bringing the jobs back.

    Obama was in office 8 years, didn’t bring any jobs back, no problem.

    Like I said, ignore the perils of brainwashing at your own risk.

  301. jason says:

    onder if Rachel Maddow realizes how absolutely stupid see now looks?”

    Nah, it’s all for the cause.

  302. jason says:

    Bunu has his own sub-thread where he exchanges posts with himself on “kekistan”. Maybe its an improvement from playing with his Ron Paul dolls.

  303. jason says:

    I always enjoyed Hillary’s promises to fix the problems caused by Oba,a by using Obama’s policies that created the problems.”

    Hey don’t knock it, Proud Sovietcon believed them.

  304. Bitterlaw says:

    I was going to post that Bill Clinton is a scumbag but I wanted to be fair. 17 men in India named Rajib and 33 men in Japan named Hojiro are also scumbags.

  305. Bitterlaw says:

    The Kekistan joke was old before it started.

  306. Wes says:

    I read the posts from last night?

    I can’t imagine how my fellow Hedgehoggers survived having to see Bunu, Trump, and Proud Obamacon all post simultaneously.

  307. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – It was a challenge but the night shift is when the morons try to take over. They were fighting with each other so it was somewhat entertaining.

  308. Wes says:

    I saw that, Bitter. I haven’t seen so much idiocy on here since Ohio Joe and Bonncaruso were posting.

  309. Bitterlaw says:

    Trump vs Proud Obamacon was pretty good:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNGwpLHDDIA

  310. Walt says:

    Philly has a lot of young hipsters, dudes abd dudettes.
    Have not been mugged yet.

    Lots of street sidewalks closed. Falling ice/snow off buildings.

    Walked through Reading Terminal to scope out shops.
    Is Spatero’s best place for Philly cheese steak?

  311. Walt says:

    Where is best place to get piso mojado?

  312. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt – Welcome. Tony Luke’s has good cheesesteaks. Most places are good. Pat’s and Geno’s are out of the way and not worth it. Don’t pass up the chance at a chicken cheesesteak.

  313. Robbie says:

    NYCMike, are you opening up your checkbook?

    Daniel Strauss?
    @DanielStrauss4

    The expectation among opponents of Chris McDaniel is that he will challenge Sen. Roger Wicker https://www.politicopro.com/campaigns/story/2017/03/mcdaniel-lacks-element-of-surprise-as-he-mulls-2018-run-153062 …

  314. Bitterlaw says:

    There are good stores on Walnut Street. There have been some changes when you and Ben Franklin were here. High Street is now Market Street.

  315. NYCmike says:

    “NYCMike, are you opening up your checkbook?”

    -Are the moths ready to turn into caterpillars already?

  316. NYCmike says:

    Walt,

    When you are done seeing everything worthwhile in Philly by noon time, drive up to NYC and spend a month. MAYBE you’ll get to 1/2 of everything you want to see.

  317. NYCmike says:

    “chicken cheesesteak”

    -This must be similar to “chicago pizza”.

    A downgrade from the real thing.

  318. NYCmike says:

    I have no problem with Wicker. He makes great patio furniture.

  319. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – It’s not a downgrade. It’s just different.

  320. Robbie says:

    Last week, Breitbart was encouraging Chris McDaniel to run because Roger Wicker supports the Ryan healthcare plan. Some people never learn.

  321. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt – If you go to New York, just go to Manhattan. The rest is Zzzzzzzzzzz.

  322. Wes says:

    McDaniel is like Mississippi’s Joe Miller:

    He just can’t take the hint when voters aren’t interested.

  323. Walt says:

    One woman here at Flower Show wearing crocheted pink pussy ears hat.

  324. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt – Say hi to MD’s wife for me.

  325. NYCmike says:

    “Walt – Say hi to MD’s wife for me.”

    -And ask her if MD can bring us some sandwiches…..NOW!

  326. NYCmike says:

    “The rest is Zzzzzzzzzzz.”

    -Yes, Manhattan is exhausting, I know.

    You can’t handle the outer boroughs!

  327. NYCmike says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0FphcAh3T8

    The ballfields you see right at the beginning is where I played baseball from 2nd-8th grades. Sweet!

  328. Phil says:

    McDonalds corporate account tweets that Trump is “a disgusting President”?

    What? No way that can be true. Right?

    Talk about an unnecessary ridiculously stupid business move.

    Naw Drudge must have gotten it wrong. No company could be that stupid. Even Starbuck’s isn’t that reckless.

  329. NYCmike says:

    Said they got hacked.

  330. jason says:

    Where is best place to get piso mojado?”

    Probably around the restrooms as it means wet floor….

  331. jason says:

    Well McDonalds has disgusting food so there.

  332. NYC says:

    McDaniel is like Mississippi’s Joe Miller:

    He just can’t take the hint when voters aren’t in”

    Speak for yourself.

    I am very interested in their right to turn safe Republican senate seats into liberal Dem seats.

  333. ssq says:

    “I have no problem with Wicker. He makes great patio furniture.”

    What does he make it out of?

  334. Robbie says:

    I wonder if Freedomworks and the other fraudulent conservative advocacy groups will bankrupt themselves again supporting Chris McDaniel?

  335. jason says:

    I can’t imagine how my fellow Hedgehoggers survived having to see Bunu, Trump, and Proud Obamacon all post simultaneously.

    Bunu – America hating terrorist loving anti-semitic Paulbot who thinks the US should not have an Army.

    Trump – claims to live for the destruction of the Republican party but refused to do the right thing when it didn’t happen and is still alive, for what purposes nobody knows.

    Proud Obamacon – Soviet era communist diehard pining for the good old days of Marxist utopia that never actually happened.

    Pass the popcorn.

  336. jason says:

    Huh, first sentence should have been in quotes.

  337. Bitterlaw says:

    You can’t handle the outer boroughs!

    Do they really exist or is that just on the maps?

  338. jason says:

    I wonder if Freedomworks and the other fraudulent conservative advocacy groups will bankrupt themselves again supporting Chris McDaniel?”

    One can certainly hope so.

  339. jason says:

    I live in the outer boroughs of York. Traffic is horrendous whenever there is an Amish wedding or barn building.

  340. Trump says:

    FreedomWorks is not going away, as it is funded by the Koch brothers.

    Suck it, Jeb coc$suckers.

    The la raza pimp is still alive? 1000 times a day of nevertrump from this stupid ass’s behind.

  341. Trump says:

    How’s your kin , la raza pimp? Not deported yet?

  342. Bitterlaw says:

    This was Walt’s field.

    http://vbba.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Baseball1866.jpg

    Unfortunately, the artist who was supposed to document his rounders career died of yellow fever and the drawings were lost.

  343. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason served in the military and is a citizen of the United States. I wonder what Trump has done for the country.

  344. Trump says:

    Keep wondering, moron

  345. Trump says:

    Why don’t you go spar with Wes about slavery?

  346. Bitterlaw says:

    Keep wondering, moron

    So, the answer is “nothing.”

  347. Trump says:

    That’s the extent of your so called mind.

  348. NYCmike says:

    “What does he make it out of?”

    -Concrete.

  349. Barrett says:

    SoccerMom, you need to work on your insults. The last sentence in post 342 is a mess.

  350. jason says:

    How’s your kin , la raza pimp? Not deported yet?”

    The 500 cousins I was able to bring in all have green cards, but thanks for asking.

  351. jason says:

    It’s soccer moron to him, Barrett.

  352. jason says:

    Walt, stay away from the cheese whiz….

  353. jason says:

    Soccer Moron, are you interested in llama husbandry?

  354. Bitterlaw says:

    Soccer Moron, are you interested in llama husbandry?

    Is anybody else worried that some Peruvian p0rn is about to break out?

  355. NYCmike says:

    “The 500 cousins”

    -Is that all you could fit in the VW bus?

    They don’t make immigrants like they used to!

  356. jason says:

    Keep wondering, moron

    So, the answer is “nothing.”

    Very unfair, Bitter.

    While he may never have actually produced anything, he does consume the food and electricity his parents provide for him in their basement and as such he contributes to the farming industry and energy sector.

  357. jason says:

    Is anybody else worried that some Peruvian p0rn is about to break out?”

    You need a subscription to Llama Life…

    http://www.llamalife.com/?cat=17

  358. NYCmike says:

    “You need a subscription to Llama Life…”

    -This is what AlGore dreamed of as a little boy!

  359. jason says:

    “The 500 cousins”

    -Is that all you could fit in the VW bus?”

    Well, they had a little bigger bus, this one fits 500.

    http://mextreas.com/DSC_0029Bus_Mextreas.jpg

  360. Bitterlaw says:

    Bunu, Trump and Proud Obamacon also ride a bus:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K92MMgWh9Cw

  361. NYCmike says:

    9th circuit once again has denied an en banc hearing for Trump’s EO which has been placed under a temporary restraining order.

    The first EO should have been fought all the way to the Supreme Court. This one should be sent as soon as possible.

    What needs to happen for that to occur?

  362. Wes says:

    Brianna Wu of GamerGate fame plans to challenge relatively moderate MA Democrat Stephen Lynch in the primary. Wu says Democrats need to appeal to people emotionally as Trump did.

    I guess in 20 years of saying all Republicans are racist, sexist, bigoted, homophobic, goosestepping Nazis, Democrats haven’t been appealing to people’s emotions.

  363. Conservative Populist says:

    Congressional GOP never ceases to disappoint. Ryan et al have made a mess of health care reform roll-out. McConnell is MIA. Confirmations still lagging. And abject fear to change rules to remove Dem obstruction. I predicted here first that Congressional GOP would cause President Trump’s downfall.

  364. Conservative Populist says:

    The President’s EO should not be contested until Gorsuch is seated on the Supreme Court. As of now, I can see the 9th Circuit stay being upheld 4-4 by SCOTUS.

  365. Phil says:

    367

    Probably right. Hard to see any on the left side of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of Trump’s travel ban regardless of the fact that it is clearly constitutional. The left marches in lock step and bases everything on one standard and one standard alone – pushing the leftist agenda – constitutionality be damned. In this case the leftist agenda includes loading America down with as many poor illegals plus middle eastern “refugees” as they can cram into this country.

  366. Phil says:

    sorry, was addressing 366.

  367. lisab says:

    i get why the dems are opposing everything … they are being childish … which is typical for an old fool like pelosie, kerry, biden etc.

    but after years and i mean decades of decreasing our military so that we cannot support an international war against russia or china

    the dems are now building up russia as the international satan. how are they going to say no when trump asks for more military spending?

    “oh, yes russia is the big satan but they are not dangerous militarily just to female dem candidates”

  368. jason says:

    I can see the 9th Circuit stay being upheld 4-4 by SCOTUS.”

    I say go for it.

    Let them being on record as doing what everyone knows already, that they are just playing politics and legislating from the bench.

  369. lisab says:

    “Probably right. Hard to see any on the left side of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of Trump’s travel ban regardless of the fact that it is clearly constitutional. The left marches in lock step and bases everything on one standard and one standard alone – pushing the leftist agenda”
    —————————-

    i actually doubt that would happen

    as much as ginsberg hates trump, i doubt she would extend constitutional rights to people who have never been to the usa, which is what this does. obama would then be guilty of murdering people without giving them due process

  370. jason says:

    Wow, lisab makes a good argument here….

    Do I hear tornado sirens?

  371. jason says:

    That was for #369, not sure I agree with #371…

    Ginsberg is probably not the vote that might stray from the reservation here, that would be Breyer.

  372. lisab says:

    McCain: Trump budget can’t pass Senate
    —————————————–

    does he realize that obama ran the government without a budget for years?

  373. Wes says:

    According to Paulbots such as Andrew Napolitano, Obama violated bin Laden’s due process by having Seal Team Six take the Al Qaeda mastermind out, so there are nominal Trump allies who believe non-citizens have constitutional rights.

  374. lisab says:

    “Ginsberg is probably not the vote that might stray from the reservation here, that would be Breyer.”

    actually i think it might go 8-0 against the 9th

    they do that a lot

  375. lisab says:

    i just don’t see what their game plan is to build up russia as this boogeyman

    and

    then vote down military spending

    the dems are getting really hawkish against russia

  376. Wes says:

    In 2012, Obama said Russia was no threat to us when Romney warned Putin was no friend to us

  377. lisab says:

    Trump’s military spending bump could fund the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for the next 121 years
    —————————————————-

    washington post

    and there is the conundrum

  378. lisab says:

    Top Trump Advisor Sebastian Gorka Stonewalled When Asked If He Belongs To A Nazi-Allied Group

    buzzfeed

  379. lisab says:

    U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley: ‘We should never trust Russia’
    —————————-

    also washington post 🙂

  380. lisab says:

    A disabled Brooklyn man kindly offered a couple of bucks to two diners who were short of cash at an eatery — and received a beating with his own cane as thanks, cops and the victim said Wednesday.

    Then, as the good Samaritan was writhing in pain on the ground, another thug came over and rifled through his pockets. ny post
    —————————————

    the victim was white

    the thugs were not

    this was not mentioned in the article. i guess they don’t have hate crimes in nyc.

  381. lisab says:

    Le Pen says uncontrolled immigration has pushed France to the brink of ‘CIVIL WAR’
    ————————————-

    who would surrender first?

  382. lisab says:

    TOOLS OF JIHAD Shocking police pictures reveal 10,000-weapon arsenal including howitzers, machine guns and grenades intended for the hands of terrorists in Europe

    Police found the stash in Spain back in January but have only now released the terrifying images

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3092362/shocking-police-pictures-reveal-10000-weapon-arsenal-intended-for-the-hands-of-terrorists-including-howitzers-machine-guns-and-grenades/
    ————————————

    of course this is the sun

    best known for page 3

  383. Walt says:

    Seeing many marvelous things and flowers.

    Lots of walking; mucho tiredo legos.
    Sitting on floor while wife shops and meanders more.

    Tonight we go out to dinner with 2 liberal gals from from backhome who are getting to Philly this evening. I hope the 2 libs don’t talk about politics…

  384. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt – If the libs get out of hand, just stand up and yell, “WTF! Why are you Dallas Cowboys fans when you live in West Virginia?!?”

    The other people in the restaurant will beat them up for you.

  385. Barrett says:

    Sorry to see Maryland become part of the mess in regards to shooting down the travel ban.

    So what is their argument?

    The argument in Maryland is this – That because the countries listed on the ban are 97% or greater Muslim population, and because Donald Trump has made repeated statements about banning Muslims, that the travel ban is thus interpreted to be a ban on Muslims.

    I thought thees were judges, not mind-readers. I think this argument is total bs. Bitter, can you weigh in?

  386. Bitterlaw says:

    Barrett – I know that judges can look at legislative debates to determine intent of the law. I have never heard of SCOTUS using campaign statements as a basis for a Decision. I’m sure the libs will do it but they may not come out and say it.

  387. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Stephen Colbert making Rachel Maddow look like a fool. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_rTWxJepO8

  388. Barrett says:

    Thanks Bitter.

    Ridiculous that they can make decisions based on their own bias and inferences rather than the written word of the law in question.

  389. jason says:

    I don’t know who is a bigger scumbag….Colbert or Maher. I guess Maher since Colbert never said the 9/11 perpetrators weren’t cowards.

  390. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    @FoxNews: @PressSec: “The president declared a major disaster in the state of California and ordered federal assistance.”

    Unfortunately this does nothing about the second major disaster in California — Jerry Brown

  391. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Obama spending a month at an exclusive Tahiti resort:

    “Papeete (AFP) – Barack Obama arrived in French Polynesia where he will spend a month at a luxury resort frequented by Hollywood stars, according to local TV channel Tahiti Nui TV.

    The former US president landed on the tourist island Tahiti without his family before going to Marlon Brando’s privately owned retreat Tetiaroa atoll, which the Oscar-winning actor bought in the 1960s.
    Obama has checked into the eco-friendly Brando resort, whose villas boast their own plunge pools and cost between 2,000 euros ($2,150) and 12,300 euros per night.”

    Its time for Obama to form a foundation, like Clinton did, then at least the leftist elite can tax deduct the millions they contribute to him for his fun and frolic. Of course, am sure they already profited from the special favors they received from his Administration.

  392. jason says:

    cost between 2,000 euros ($2,150) and 12,300 euros per night.”

    Proud SovietCON has no problem with this, after all the members of the Communist Party in the USSR had all kinds of privileges the populace didn’t have access to.

    Proud SovietCON hopes that when the revolution comes, he will be rewarded with a vacation for turning in some of his neighbors to re-education camps.

  393. Cash Cow TM says:

    test…

  394. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow – Walt is less than a mile from me. Did he say anything like, “I’ve had enough of the age jokes. Time to bust that A-hole.”

  395. Walt says:

    Lots of sidewalks blocked off to pedestrians in Philly by yellow caution/crime scene tape. But vehicular traffic only sometimes blocked on those same streets.

    I wore my toboggan on my head in case some big ice chunk crashed down on me.
    **********************************
    Going to dinner tonight at Plow ‘n Stars on Chestnut Street.

  396. Walt says:

    Bitter,

    Check your Facebook instant message…

  397. Bitterlaw says:

    Good restaurant, Walt. Falling ice is a common problem where buildings are more than 2 stories high. We don’t all live in West Virginia.

  398. Bitterlaw says:

    CD

  399. PresidentPaul! says:

    Google is planning on flagging offensive topics soon.

    I’m wondering if we can anticipate wide spread anti-Kek bigotry on behalf of these silicon companies following the lead of Hillary’s anti-Kek stances.

  400. Cash Cow TM says:

    Salmon sports coat Michael had a birthday yesterday.

    He was 22–and twice as smart yesterday as he was a year before.

  401. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 16, 2017 at 1:44 pm
    9th circuit once again has denied an en banc hearing for Trump’s EO which has been placed under a temporary restraining order.
    The first EO should have been fought all the way to the Supreme Court. This one should be sent as soon as possible.
    What needs to happen for that to occur?

    – Are you sure Anthony Kennedy would’ve supported the first EO? I’m not. And if you don’t have Kennedy, there’s ZERO chance of a win. Are you willing to risk a Constitutional precedent that might hamper a POTUS based on a poorly written EO and the whims of Anthony Kennedy? I’m not.

  402. Walt says:

    In my town in WV, they scoop up the snow on the streets of the town and haul it away.

    Philly apparently takes the approach the God put the snow there, he can take it away.

  403. PresidentPaul! says:

    America’s President Trump photographed kissing a young Kekistani child.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7Ctyj7XEAAktSn.jpg

  404. Bitterlaw says:

    WTF, Walt! Jason already left to butcher Cash Cow and now you want to call off the hit?

  405. PresidentPaul! says:

    #403

    Appealing to the Supreme court lends them legitimacy.

    Enforce the order and ignore the rogue judge.

  406. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 16, 2017 at 2:20 pm
    I can see the 9th Circuit stay being upheld 4-4 by SCOTUS.”
    I say go for it.
    Let them being on record as doing what everyone knows already, that they are just playing politics and legislating from the bench.

    – And if they go on record allowing the stay to stand, then new precedent will have effectively been written about the powers of the POTUS when it comes to immigration.

    I don’t think new Constitutional precedent should be risked on a poorly written EO or the whims of Anthony Kennedy. I think it’s very likely he would side with the opponents of this order since he’s been moving left over the last decade or so.

  407. PresidentPaul! says:

    More proof that Rachel Maddow is a criminal

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7D8bDxVoAA0kEf.jpg

  408. Bitterlaw says:

    In my town in WV, they scoop up the snow on the streets of the town and haul it away.

    Most of work, Walt. We don’t have free time during the day.

  409. Robbie says:

    Richard Burr (head of the Senate Intelligence committee) issued a statement today with his ranking member Mark Warner they’ve seen no evidence Trump or Trump Tower was surveilled.

    The light that is applied to Louise Mensch’s HeatStreet story, the more it looks faulty. She tied herself to the #neverTrump and Evan McMullin and it may be clouding her judgment.

  410. PresidentPaul! says:

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C6RnptSXMAAKqkB.jpg

    Rare idol discovered possibly the key to defeating the regressive left.

  411. jason says:

    don’t think new Constitutional precedent should be risked on a poorly written EO \”

    Who said the revised EO is poorly written?

    Did you read this over at your usual sources, Huff Post and DKos?

  412. jason says:

    Budget cuts funding to NPR and PBS.

    Wobbie hardest hit, but he still has MSNBC so no need to panic.

  413. PresidentPaul! says:

    Justin Raimondo discusses the disgraceful libertarian campaign of Gary Johnson.

    https://www.chroniclesmagazine.org/four-questions-justin-raimondo/

    “JR: Libertarianism today is a confused jumble of leftist “lifestylism,” virtue-signaling, and emotional impulses disguised as a political program. You just have to take a look at the Gary Johnson/Bill Weld farrago to see this. On the one hand, the pro-drugs “live and let live” rhetoric, and on the other a declared adherence to a vague “centrism,” brewed a counterintuitive amalgam of “rebelliousness” and pandering to the Establishment. Thus you had Johnson blathering on about the wonders of pot while Weld was endorsing Hillary Clinton. A more disgraceful campaign—in the name of “libertarianism”—would be hard to imagine.

    These people have zero understanding of the Trump phenomenon—and I would go further and say they have no conception of the political. Conflating individualism with narcissism, they utilize ideology as a form of self-actualization rather than, say, a way to save the country.”

  414. jason says:

    A senior DHS official said Monday on a background briefing call that there was “no daylight” between the White House and executive agencies on the ban’s revision and that the Homeland Security, Justice and State departments have been working “in sync” with the White House on the revisions.”

    However, Wobbie knows that it was poor written.

  415. Cash Cow TM says:

    What if there were new judicial rules that said that if higher courts overturn a lower court (like a federal circuit court or court of appeals, or whatever) and do that three times, then the judge that made those now overturned rulings is no longer a judge.

  416. jason says:

    Justin Raimondo is an Antiwar.com kook who supported Ron Paul and hates Israel.

    I care about what he thinks as much as I care about what Bunu thinks.

    That being said, Gary Johnson is a fruitcake like Rand Paul.

  417. PresidentPaul! says:

    The new Judiciary branch is perfectly in sync with the anti-fa movement currently rampaging on college campuses that is targeting all conservatives currently.

  418. Cash Cow TM says:

    “Richard Burr (head of the Senate Intelligence committee) issued a statement today with his ranking member Mark Warner they’ve seen no evidence Trump or Trump Tower was surveilled.”
    ****************************************
    I really liked Richard Burr on Ironside and Perry Mason.

  419. NYCmike says:

    jason,

    Robbie was speaking about the first one, which received the same treatment as this one.

    We can’t go to the Supremes with the first because Trump/Bannon wrote it, according to Robbie.

    Now that Sessions wrote this one, Robbie says we still cant go to the Supremes, because 4 justices might not vote correctly.

    I agree with you that we should.

    I also agree with lisab that I think the Supremes would find in Trump’s favor, and more than 5 of them.

  420. Cash Cow TM says:

    Judicial actions…

    So courts have ruled that states cannot take any action on illegal immigrants that is contrary to, or supercedes federal authority over immigration.

    But no court has ever ruled that the @ 500 sanctuary cities are perfectly within their rights and it is constitutional for cities to take action on illegal immigrants that is contrary to, or supercededs federal authority over immigration preemepts federal law?

  421. NYCmike says:

    I also kinda agree with the Kekistan fellow bunu that Trump should just instruct the DHS to do what the EO says, and to heck with the judges. Let them go crazy over it.

    Release the EO again to the public, and ask where it says there is a religious test.

  422. NYCmike says:

    Time for hard ball – withold ALL funds from sanctuary cities, and enforce the EO.

    Let’s get this out in the open NOW!

  423. NYCmike says:

    Just think about this: the people who got surprised by flying snow are actually allowed to vote!

    http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Amtrak-Train-Blasts-Snow-People-Waiting-Platform-Rhinecliff-416290043.html

  424. PresidentPaul! says:

    I also think Trump needs to issue an executive memo on the unconstitutionality of the rogue judge, and he needs to document the executive branch’s interpretation of the constitutionality of the law that disagrees with the judiciary as a coequal branch on the subject clearly stating the law will be enforced.

  425. PresidentPaul! says:

    It will be called “Executive Review” as a coequal power to “Judicial Review” that the Judiciary issued itself in marbury vs madison.

  426. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 16, 2017 at 5:14 pm
    don’t think new Constitutional precedent should be risked on a poorly written EO \”
    Who said the revised EO is poorly written?
    Did you read this over at your usual sources, Huff Post and DKos?

    – The discussion earlier today was about the first one. The second one seems to have been constructed in a far better way. My comments were about the first EO.

  427. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 16, 2017 at 5:37 pm
    jason,
    Robbie was speaking about the first one, which received the same treatment as this one.
    We can’t go to the Supremes with the first because Trump/Bannon wrote it, according to Robbie.
    Now that Sessions wrote this one, Robbie says we still cant go to the Supremes, because 4 justices might not vote correctly.
    I agree with you that we should.
    I also agree with lisab that I think the Supremes would find in Trump’s favor, and more than 5 of them.

    – No. I was discussing the first EO. As for the second, I still think it’s risky business to risk a ruling on the whims of Anthony Kennedy.

    My advice to Trump would be to simply institute the new enhanced vetting procedures NOW and move on from this fight. Liberal judges are going to stymie every effort by Trump on this issue.

  428. PresidentPaul! says:

    Btw KEK stems from the Korean version of LOL.

    kekekekekekke

  429. NYCmike says:

    NYCmike: “Robbie was speaking about the first one,”

    Robbie: “– No. I was discussing the first EO.”

  430. Robbie says:

    I think it’s a risky and, probably, futile to bet Ginsburg, Breyer, Sotomayor, and Kagan will rule in favor of either of Trump’s immigration EO’s. Those four almost always vote as block on high profile topics.

    If that proves to be the case, I think it’s a big mistake to risk such important precedent on the whims of Anthony Kennedy. And as a matter of fact, it was Laura Ingraham who made this argument a few weeks ago on FoxNews.

    The best course of action is to institute new vetting now and move on from this topic. There is a low reward and a high political risk on this topic now.

  431. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 16, 2017 at 5:56 pm
    NYCmike: “Robbie was speaking about the first one,”
    Robbie: “– No. I was discussing the first EO.”

    – You also wrote I think Trump shouldn’t take the one written by Sessions to SCOTUS and that’s not true at all.

    I definitely think the second EO was well conceived and written. I just think it’s a risk to make a bet on Anthony Kennedy siding with Trump.

  432. NYCmike says:

    “There is a low reward and a high political risk on this topic now.”

    -So it is written, so it shall be done!

  433. PresidentPaul! says:

    Paul Ryan is a troll speaker. He’s an enemy just waiting to pounce.

    Trump should have announced any bill put forward by him dead dead dead from the start.

    He’s wasting everyone’s time.

  434. Robbie says:

    If Trump wants to take the second order to SCOTUS, go for it. I just don’t think it’s a slam dunk win as others do because I think Anthony Kennedy is a wild card who has moved further and further left. I’d rather not see a future president’s immigration powers curtailed because of Kennedy.

  435. Robbie says:

    Background on this tweet. Two days ago Judge Napolitano went on FoxNews and said he’d heard from three intelligence sources that Obama used the British GCHQ to spy on Trump. Now, Trump’s team is using this “theory” as the new basis for his wire tap claims.

    Tom Newton Dunn?
    @tnewtondunn
    8 minutes ago

    GCHQ on Trump spying claim: “These allegations are complete and utter nonsense”. Never heard intelligence officials so angry.

  436. Robbie says:

    British GCHQ just released this statement in response to Sean Spicer’s claims today.

    “Recent allegations made by media commentator Judge Andrew Napalitano about GCHQ being asked to conduct “wire tapping” against the then President Elect are nonsense. They are utterly ridiculous and should be ignored.”

  437. PresidentPaul! says:

    A SJW Keyboard for the left where they can click each attack with simply a button.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C7D_CxDWkAMpMgC.jpg

  438. JC says:

    “Recent allegations made by media commentator Judge Andrew Napalitano about GCHQ being asked to conduct “wire tapping” against the then President Elect are nonsense. They are utterly ridiculous and should be ignored.”

    ====

    Oh, thank goodness they cleared that up.

    In unrelated news, a man suspected of first degree murder claims that such accusations are nonsense. The police immediately released him and apologized for the inconvenience.

  439. JC says:

    Isn’t it an open secret that US and Brit intelligence do tit-for-tat spying on each other’s citizens since both of our laws forbid us from spying on our own (You spy on this person for us, in return we’ll spy on that person for you).

  440. PresidentPaul! says:

    Republicans missed a MAJOR opportunity when the election was stolen from Ron Paul in 2012.

    He understood the system risk of the deep state and the need to do away with it and classified information. Trump really doesn’t get it.

  441. JC says:

    @432 Robbie

    “The best course of action is to institute new vetting now and move on from this topic. There is a low reward and a high political risk on this topic now.”

    =====

    If anything, it’s highlighting the judicial tyranny of leftism that has been overturning democratic process for decades.

    Liberal policies CANNOT win on the ballot. They must rely on the courts and deep state regulations to force their agenda on us.

  442. PresidentPaul! says:

    https://www.infowars.com/4chan-trolls-strike-again-sabotage-feminist-fearless-girl-statue-in-nyc

    4CHAN SABOTAGES FEMINIST “FEARLESS GIRL” STATUE IN NYC
    Commandos revamp Wall Street-funded propaganda piece with a MAGA hat

  443. Robbie says:

    It’s going to be a long four years having to listen to Trump loyalists claim everything he does somehow highlights how mean and evil the liberals and Democrats are or that everything he does is part of some grand Machiavellian strategy.

    If Trump is going to, figuratively, litigate every slight and his most ardent supporters are going to do the same, there is going to be precious little time left to actually accomplish the important things.

    For most people, the saying is “when you’re in a hole, stop digging”. For Trump, it seems to be “when you’re in a hole, don’t stop until you hit China”. The immigration EO and his wire tap claims aren’t worth the effort his using to defend them, especially the wire tap claims.

    Focus of healthcare and tax reform. Those issues will make or break his first term. Litigating a wire tap claim will go nowhere.

  444. NYCmike says:

    “It’s going to be a long four years having to listen to Trump loyalists….”

    -It’s BEEN a longgggggg 6 years listening to you…..

  445. Wes says:

    Bunu claims the GOP stole the nomination from Ron Paul in 2012.

    You heard it here first:

    The VOTERS who voted AGAINST Ron Paul stole the election from him.

    You can’t make this stuff up.

  446. Tina says:

    Rand slams mcamnesty.

  447. Tina says:

    We will see how the rino of rinos, goober, and the ky drunk handle the spending cuts. It is not going anywhere.

  448. Tina says:

    Focus on growing the economy, not blowing up the middle east, and cutting spending and taxes.

  449. Tina says:

    Lou Dobbs? @LouDobbs
    .@JoshMBlackman nails it! The two federal judges “look at @POTUS exec order the same way Rachel Maddow looks at tax returns” #MAGA #Dobbs

    It would be nice if the wacko judge cited law.

  450. PresidentPaul! says:

    ‘The Matrix’ Reboot: It’s Finally Happened. Hollywood Has Run Out of All the Ideas

    https://entertainment.slashdot.org/story/17/03/15/1954220/the-matrix-reboot-its-finally-happened-hollywood-has-run-out-of-all-the-ideas

    It’s like the Hillary Clinton of movies you can go see.

    Maybe they could make it really edgy like that new Ghostbusters sequel?

  451. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Its looking a bit dry at the Edmund G Brown, Jr Oroville Dam Spillway. But more rain is on the way next week, this time they are going to start draining the reservoir early, rather than when it is about to overflow.

    Can’t wait until President Trump delivers the federal check to fix the spillway.

    https://twitter.com/SacValleyCA

  452. Walt says:

    Top 10 things I learned so far during my trip to Philly:

    1. The people are friendly (many I meet seem to have small town values instead of big city values). I have not been mugged or pick pocketed (yet). Though my wife is now missing her gloves. Apparently left them in the cab on way to dinner.

    2. The taxi cab ride took us past Independence Hall, so that was a good thing. I do not understand why cab fare going from hotel to restaurant was about 9 dollars, but return cab trip from restaurant to hotel was a little over 6 dollars–so my advice to visitors is to always go from restaurant to hotel. I suspicion is that both taxi drivers were illegal immigrants.

    3. I saw a number of people in uniform–transit authority, police and firemen. Some were smoking cigarettes–just like they used to do in the good ol’ days.

    4. The streets are narrow, but laid out in an understandable grid–unlike the hell hole of Washington D.C.

    5. I enjoyed the Philly Flower Show, but it was tiring to this old man in the afternoon.

    6. I enjoyed the Reading Station market place, though I found the Philly cheese steak uninspiring and the fries definitely needed more salt. And I did break the key off at the phone charging station after I put my wife’s phone in to charge. (fortunately, the compartment did not lock so I could get the phone out.) I told the lady who worked there what I did and that I needed to pay for the broken key. She was shocked that I would even TELL her what I had done–let alone offer to PAY for the broken key. She had me follow her to the security office and they said “forgetaboutit”.

    7. People here use their car horns a lot, so if you come here by car, make sure your horn works.

    8. The 50-ish Black lady who checked us in at the hotel was lefthanded. So was our waitress at the Irish pub we ate at last night.

    9. #16 seed Mt. Saint Mary’s vs. #1 seed Villanova was on the big screen at the restaurant tonight and little Mt. Saint Mary’s was ahead nearly the whole first half. 2nd half Villanova began to dominate and Mt. Saint Mary’s started firing bricks.

    WVU beat Bucknell 86-80 earlier today, and plays Notre Dame next.

    So I guess it was a great day to be a
    Mountaineer–even if you were in Philadelphia.

    10. I sorta miss Cash Cow not being here with me, and hope she is taking care of the cat.

  453. Wes says:

    Bunu probably wishes America were the Village from the Prisoner TV show with himself as Number Two and Ron Paul as Number One with all non-Paulbots brainwashed into serving the Paulbot Authority.

  454. Tina says:

    Did you spot any philly aholes during your trip?

  455. janz says:

    Wa!t, I thoroughly enjoyed your synopis of Philadelphia. Also, I didn’t know cash cow was a female.

  456. janz says:

    I have no idea why John McCain is being so noxious these days. His statements regarding people, policies and the POV of his party is contrary and almost self destructive. What is he attempting to accomplish?

  457. janz says:

    #438 What else could the GCHQ say, but deny any involvement in spying on Trump – whether or not if they did or didn’t do this?

  458. Bitterlaw says:

    WALT – HERE ARE SOME ANSWERS/COMMENTS FOR YOUR TRIP SUMMARY

    Top 10 things I learned so far during my trip to Philly:

    1. The people are friendly (many I meet seem to have small town values instead of big city values). I have not been mugged or pick pocketed (yet). Though my wife is now missing her gloves. Apparently left them in the cab on way to dinner.

    KEEP YOUR GLOVES ON IN THE CAB. YOU DON’T KNOW WHERE THAT CAB HAS BEEN.

    2. The taxi cab ride took us past Independence Hall, so that was a good thing. I do not understand why cab fare going from hotel to restaurant was about 9 dollars, but return cab trip from restaurant to hotel was a little over 6 dollars–so my advice to visitors is to always go from restaurant to hotel. I suspicion is that both taxi drivers were illegal immigrants.

    IF THE DRIVERS WERE AFRICAN OR ARABIC, THEY ARE LIKE LEGAL. 2 REASONS FOR THE DIFFERENCE IN PRICE. FIRST IS THAT CAB RIDES ARE A COMBINATION OF TIME AND DISTANCE. IF THERE WAS MORE WAITING IN TRAFFIC ON THE WAY TO THE RESTAURANT THAN ON THE WAY BACK, YOU PAY MORE. ALSO, WITH SO MANY ONE WAY STREETS YOU MAY HAVE TRAVELED MORE BLOCKS TO GET THERE.

    3. I saw a number of people in uniform–transit authority, police and firemen. Some were smoking cigarettes–just like they used to do in the good ol’ days.

    4. The streets are narrow, but laid out in an understandable grid–unlike the hell hole of Washington D.C. PHILADELPHIA IS THE EASIEST CITY I HAVE EVER DRIVEN IN. IT IS A GRID. STREETS ARE NUMBERED BETWEEN THE DELAWARE AND SCHUYKILL RIVERS. YOU MAY NOTICE THAT SOUTH OF MARKET ARE THE “TREE STREETS” – CHESTNUT, WALNUT, LOCUST, SPRUCE AND PINE.

    5. I enjoyed the Philly Flower Show, but it was tiring to this old man in the afternoon.

    6. I enjoyed the Reading Station market place, though I found the Philly cheese steak uninspiring and the fries definitely needed more salt. And I did break the key off at the phone charging station after I put my wife’s phone in to charge. (fortunately, the compartment did not lock so I could get the phone out.) I told the lady who worked there what I did and that I needed to pay for the broken key. She was shocked that I would even TELL her what I had done–let alone offer to PAY for the broken key. She had me follow her to the security office and they said “forgetaboutit”. ALWAYS TURN YOURSELF IN. IT FREAKS THEM OUT AND THEY LET YOU GO. ALSO, LOCALS CALL IT THE READING TERMINAL MARKET.

    7. People here use their car horns a lot, so if you come here by car, make sure your horn works.
    GET THE F OUT OF THE WAY, OLD MAN.

    8. The 50-ish Black lady who checked us in at the hotel was lefthanded. So was our waitress at the Irish pub we ate at last night. THE WATER IS TAINTED. MY WIFE, SON AND DAUGHTER ARE LEFT-HANDED.

    9. #16 seed Mt. Saint Mary’s vs. #1 seed Villanova was on the big screen at the restaurant tonight and little Mt. Saint Mary’s was ahead nearly the whole first half. 2nd half Villanova began to dominate and Mt. Saint Mary’s started firing bricks.

    MANY PHILADELPHIANS HATE VILLANOVA BECAUSE IT IS NOT IN THE CITY. HOWEVER, IT IS 6 MILES FROM THE CITY BORDER SO THEY CAN SUCK IT.

    WVU beat Bucknell 86-80 earlier today, and plays Notre Dame next.
    I WAS WRONG BUT I WARNED YOU ABOUT BUCKNELL

    So I guess it was a great day to be a
    Mountaineer–even if you were in Philadelphia.

    10. I sorta miss Cash Cow not being here with me, and hope she is taking care of the cat.

  459. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt – I’m sorry that the A-hole Clubhouse is closed for renovations. MD really tore the place apart when he left.

  460. Walt says:

    Bitter,

    I enjoyed your editorial comments on the ten things I learned from visiting Philly.

    The cab drivers were both blacks–either from some Caribbean or Africa nation.

    There were so many places where there was construction going on, I was not sure which one was the Philly club house location.

    I did ask several people if they knew any Philly A-holes. One said “you must be talking about Chaka Fattah,” Two others said “You mean Mayor Jim Kenney?” But the other people I asked just called the police on me. That is why I saw so many uniformed officers.

  461. jason says:

    Ron Paul got about 10% of the primary vote in 2012, the 90% who didn’t vote for him stole it away from him.

    Iowa is Paul country!

    And then “demographics” made it inevitable that Rand Paul was going to win IA in 2016, remember that?

  462. Walt says:

    janz,

    For a short while I thought that Cash Cow was a male.

    But that would have made its name be Cash Bull.

    the background:
    In his successful campaign to defeat me in 2012, my political opponent said of me in his mailers that I was riding a Cash Cow all the way to the Capitol. His political mailers showed me riding a bovine (and wearing a cowboy hot and western gear).

    So I had to have a Cash Cow, not a Cash Bull.

    So, I am stuck with Cash Cow.
    But the side benefit is she does give fine milk and cream…

  463. lisab says:

    That because the countries listed on the ban are 97% or greater Muslim population, and because Donald Trump has made repeated statements about banning Muslims, that the travel ban is thus interpreted to be a ban on Muslims.
    ————————————

    and that is another thing i don’t understand about the dems

    first, is they just spent half a year telling everyone how dangerous the russians are and now want to complain about an increase in military spending

    second, they have spent decades making this country more secular, which i wholeheartedly agree with,

    but now they want to let a bunch of muslims into the country who practice sharia law and in some cases female genital mutilation

    87% of girls in the sudan and 98% in somalia have their clitoris and labia minora cut off by their parents

    and we want these people here because …

  464. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://hotair.com/headlines/archives/2017/03/16/how-to-be-a-woke-white-person-join-the-alt-right/

    Good article about the regressive left now days especially on college campuses. Apparently being a member of it is no longer enough to earn social status like back when the Kennedy’s ruled. Now you need to be in an actual victim group like Elizabeth Warren otherwise you have to perpetualy pretend to humiliate yourself to maintain status.

    Obamacon-how do you qualify?

    The one group they hate those is the Keks. The anti-Kekistani bigotry on campuses is out of control right now and should not be tolerated.

  465. lisab says:

    bunu,

    who or what are these “keks” you keep talking about?

  466. PresidentPaul! says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NZhc4O36p0&feature=youtu.be&t=8s

    Watch the video. The music in the background is by the group P.E.P.E. an italian band who did their national anthem.

    Though that video only touches es the surface of understanding.

  467. lisab says:

    An Oklahoma Republican state senator who campaigned as a champion of family values was booked on felony prostitution charges on Thursday after police found him in a motel room with a teenage boy and drugs, court documents showed.

    Ralph Shortey, 35, was charged with three felony counts, including engaging in child prostitution, court documents filed in Cleveland County showed. Shortey, who has served since 2010, has not spoken to media about the incident.

  468. wraith says:

    bunu,

    “who or what are these “keks” you keep talking about””

    They are the artisans that manufcture his tinfoil hats.

  469. PresidentPaul! says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NZhc4O36p0&feature=youtu.be&t=8s

    Shadilay playing in the background is the national anthem.

    Also review
    History of Kekistan: The First Great Meme War

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IloNV6-Fc_U

    and

    History of Kekistan 2: The Second Great Meme War

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znbyJGGXpVA

  470. PresidentPaul! says:

    What The News Won’t Tell You About Kekistan

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IrGq_yyMeg

    And for a deeper understanding learn about Esoteric Kekism

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi5HrlKSAOQ&t=305s

  471. PresidentPaul! says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi5HrlKSAOQ&feature=youtu.be

    Err REEE better link to Esoteric Kekism

  472. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    In the name of political correctness we must protect fat students from weighing themselves.

    “College Removes Scales from Gym to Avoid Triggering’ Overweight Students

    Carleton University faces severe criticism for its latest politically correct decision to remove weight scales from its gym and workout areas to prevent the “triggering” of overweight students.
    The Ottawa, Ontario, university calls the decision “in keeping with current fitness and social trends,” Fox News reported.

    The school’s manager of health and wellness, Bruce Marshall, claims that the move helps improve the mental well-being and health of the school’s students.

    Indeed, Marshall went on to insist that scales only remind people they are fat and can have a “negative impact” on health.

    “We don’t believe being fixated on weight has any positive effect on your health and well-being,” Marshall said to Canada’s The Charlatan newspaper.

    “The body is an amazing machine and even when we are dieting and training it will often find a homeostasis at a certain weight.”

    Marshall excused his position saying that body changes can take months, so “why obsess” about weight indicators?”

    Couldn’t you make the same argument against putting health warnings on cigarette packages? Don’t want to scare the snowflakes with all that lung cancer talk.

  473. Tina says:

    The anti-Trump left is essentially a doomsday cult at this point. Their hysteria and claims about the end of days getting more ridiculous.

    Chris Barron

  474. Bitterlaw says:

    In a battle between Bunu and Proud Obamacon, will I be forced to back Bunu? Bunu is an anti-Semitic America-hating bastard but I think he is a real poster. Proud Obamacon is just insane.

  475. JC says:

    @477 SanDiegoCitizen

    Nothing even surprised me anymore.

    I think there’s going to be a moment in history where people just get beyond fed up with this garbage and push back forcefully.

    I don’t know if there’s any laws concerning this, but one day the school staff themselves are going to get tired of this stuff and start mass expelling these snowflake students. Or if the staff is encouraging this stuff, then lawmakers will start campaigning and enacting laws on college reform.

    These people are the result of public school brainwashing since elementary all the way up to highschool (even in Texas, we had highschool teachers that spewed the marxist garbage). Plus, as a society, parents are less and less involved with their children’s education – they just leave it to the state. Finally, the left has TOTAL control over the media and entertainment culture. Kids are inundated with leftist propaganda their entire lives.

  476. Cash Cow TM says:

    “…Proud Obamacon is just insane.”

    Bubu is heading in that direction. ….

  477. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow – Walt asked me to remind you to take care of the cat.

  478. Bitterlaw says:

    I noted that Cory is playing in the HHR bracket.

    Come out of the shadows, Cory.

    http://games.espn.com/college-bowl-mania/2015/en/group?groupID=104918

  479. Tina says:

    Has the gope indicated doa for the teump budget?

    I see he did not eliminate the departments of no education and no energy.

  480. NYCmike says:

    Heh, Cory can’t take the heat of being so wrong on so many issues.

    I did not realize him and MD were so alike.

  481. NYCmike says:

    Dang, Bitterlaw got me with “Fake HHR News”!

  482. NYCmike says:

    Happy St Patricks Day!

    Shouldn’t the site be green for the day!?!??

    Wissing is anti-Irish?

  483. NYCmike says:

    “So I had to have a Cash Cow, not a Cash Bull.”

    -If it was a bull, his name would have been Dinero$ Bull (representing Walt), but this time the matador (representing the people) would have been gored (not AlGore).

  484. Tina says:

    Happy st patricks day.

  485. Robbie says:

    Sean Spicer and Lt. General HR McMaster called British GCHQ to apologize for claiming the group spied on Trump at the behest of Obama. Other news organizations, including BBC have said the US promised not to repeat the allegations.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/17/us-makes-formal-apology-britain-white-house-accuses-gchq-wiretapping/

    http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-39300191

    This story perfectly illustrates a key problem facing Trump. He assumes something that appears on cable news has to be true. In this case, he heard Judge Andrew Napalitano make a sensational claim (a false one too) so he decided to have his press secretary use it as a defense of his wire tap claims.

    As a tabloid star and reality TV star, Trump operated in a consequence free zone. He could say anything he wanted and there were almost no repercussions. He’s president now and his words do carry repercussions.

  486. Phil says:

    491 Cannot argue with that last paragraph, Robbie.

    In other news California Democrats promise to use tax dollars to defend illegal immigrants.

    Please, California. Do us all a favor and just secede already.

  487. Bitterlaw says:

    Phil – I have to be consistent. The South could not secede. California cannot secede. We’re stuck with them.

  488. Tina says:

    Mullah murkel to the wh today.

  489. Phil says:

    I know, Bitter. Just blowing off steam. We are indeed stuck with them.

  490. Tina says:

    I love ca. I know there are fruits and nuts.

    But my property taxes are 1100.

    My home is 1.2 million.

  491. Phil says:

    Out of curiosity, how big is a 1.2 mil house in California?

  492. Bitterlaw says:

    Out of curiosity, how big is a 1.2 mil house in California?

    It would fit inside a studio apartment in Manhattan.

  493. Tina says:

    1200 square feet

    Lot size 4200

  494. Cash Cow TM says:

    So HHR has/had two millionaire posters: MD and tina.

    And 3 if you count ‘poster’ “Trump”…

  495. janz says:

    Million dollar homes are not a rarity in CA. In fact, oftentimes the land value, alone, of a small lot is a million dollars.

  496. janz says:

    Tina, your property taxes reflect a long time ownership.

  497. Bitterlaw says:

    Victrc also owns a company. I am sure that he can buy and sell MD and Tina.

    Jason’s money is tied up in scrapple and apple butter.

  498. Bitterlaw says:

    I have no idea how big my lost is or the size of my home in square feet. I just know that I’m not planning on moving. Ever.

  499. janz says:

    Bitter, you can look on your property tax bill to ascertain at least the assessed value of land vs improvements.

  500. NYCmike says:

    The wife takes care of the bills in Bitter’s house – he just stirs the pot!

  501. Bitterlaw says:

    Janz – I could do that. Or I could ask ask my cat. I think that he has used every square foot of the house as a litter box at some point.

  502. Tina says:

    Yes long time owner.

    That is why the tax bill is quite low.

    The sucker down the block is paying $17000

  503. NYCmike says:

    Finally getting into our house has showed my wife and I how true the phrase “Curiosity killed the cat” is.

    Since we did work, and will do more work in the future, we have not closed up the ceiling in the basement yet. The cat has been intent on getting up there and exploring in between floors. Her concentration on the task at hand whenever she is down there is amazing to watch.

  504. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://highline.huffingtonpost.com/articles/en/mercers/

    Good article on the people behind the Trump campaign and the donors.

    One of the more interesting characters was Brad Parscale who was the Trump web designer who ended up playing a lead role in the campaign even though he did not specialize in politics.

    “But he (Parscale) had his own theory[4]
    4.
    Parscale has told people that the campaign’s previous models had been based on high turnout figures. “I started to run models with lower turnout which looked like the midterm elections of 2014,” he has said. “I mapped out how, based on that, we could get to 305 electoral college votes.” Trump got 304. of how Trump could secure victory—in the final weeks, he advised Trump to visit Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan, three states no one thought Trump could take. ”

    and

    “Parscale, unlike almost everyone else, including Trump’s children, was convinced his boss was going to win. Trump himself remained glued to the television, refusing to believe anything until victory was officially declared. No one I talked to recalls where Rebekah was in the blur of the celebration.”

  505. Conservative Populist says:

    Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Wearing of the green for one and all:

    http://www.freakingnews.com/St-Patrick-s-Day-Puppy-Pictures-46049.asp

  506. Barrett says:

    I used to own a house…property taxes in Baltimore/Harford county for a median income household range from 4500 to 5500.

    I don’t remember the breakdown between land/improvements. All they do is take take take in this state. My annual employee bonus was just taxed 38.4%.

  507. lisab says:

    He’s president now and his words do carry repercussions.
    —————————-

    what? the press won’t like him?

  508. lisab says:

    New York Assemblyman Unveils Bill To Suppress Non-Government-Approved Free Speech

    The People of the State of New York, represented in Senate and Assem-
    bly, do enact as follows:

    1 Section 1. The civil rights law is amended by adding a new section
    2 50-f to read as follows:
    3 § 50-f. Right to be forgotten act. 1. Upon the request from an indi-
    4 vidual, all search engines, indexers, publishers and any other persons
    5 or entities that make available, on or through the internet or other
    6 widely used computer-based network, program or service, information
    7 about the requester, shall remove information, articles, identifying
    8 information and other content about such individual, and links or
    9 indexes to any of the same, that is “inaccurate”, “irrelevant”, “inade-
    10 quate” or “excessive” within thirty days of such request, and without
    11 replacing such removed information, article or content with any
    12 disclaimer, takedown notice, hyperlink, or other replacement notice,
    13 information or content, or cooperating with any other person or entity
    14 who does any of the foregoing. For purposes of this section, “inaccu-
    15 rate”, “irrelevant”, “inadequate”, or “excessive” shall mean content,
    16 which after a significant lapse in time from its first publication, is
    17 no longer material to current public debate or discourse, especially
    18 when considered in light of the financial, reputational and/or demon-
    19 strable other harm that the information, article or other content is
    20 causing to the requester’s professional, financial, reputational or
    21 other interest, with the exception of content related to convicted felo-
    22 nies, legal matters relating to violence, or a matter that is of signif-
    23 icant current public interest, and as to which the requester’s role with
    24 regard to the matter is central and substantial.

  509. Tina says:

    So, do not beotch about ca. Sure its a goofy state, but we got prop 13.

  510. lisab says:

    Juan Williams Slams CNN Report Claiming Sean Hannity ‘Pulled Gun’ on Him After ‘Argument’

    ok … that is not good

  511. lisab says:

    Turkey threatens to send Europe ‘15,000 refugees a month’
    ———————————————

    only in this day and age would that be a credible threat

    any other time in history since 1200 CE europe would not accept them, like when vienna rejected the ottoman turks in 1529

  512. lisab says:

    turkey’s main government newspaper is also likening merkel to hitler

    i bet she did not see that coming 🙂

  513. Bitterlaw says:

    I just had lunch with Walt, Mrs. Walt, and my wife. Quick observations:

    Walt looks great for a man his age.

    Mrs. Walt is a lovely person. After 297 wives, Walt finally has a trophy wife.

    Walt has now been invited to be a member of the “Men who married way above what they deserve club.”

  514. NYCmike says:

    Did MD make the sandwiches?

  515. Bitterlaw says:

    No. It is his birthday. He is done with us.

  516. NYCmike says:

    MD’s birthday is St Patrick’s Day?

    Dang – he thought he would drive all of the “snakes” off of HHR by being “relentless”…..

  517. NYCmike says:

    MD, via Twitter, is very tough on Trump – that is good.

    Very odd, though, that he NEVER mentions what the alternative would have been.

  518. Robbie says:

    Goofy idea pops up in Judge Napalitano’s head, he spouts it on FoxNews, Trump hears it, Sean Spicer forced to mention it, and a media kerfuffle commences.

    It was a smart media strategy by Trump. Just as the idea he and Russia were colluding was running out of steam, he found a new way to hurt himself.

  519. NYCmike says:

    Federal elections are in November 2018 and November 2020.

    Very few people are paying attention right now.

    Not an excuse, just a fact.

  520. Tina says:

    Md is on twitter? Let me reach out to him. What is his twitter site or whatever.

  521. Tina says:

    Trump looks upset with mullah merkel.

  522. Tina says:

    Blam

    Trump doubles down.

    Tells merkel, as far as wiretapping, we have simeting in common perhaps.

    Thank you bannon and spicer.

  523. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 17, 2017 at 2:51 pm
    Federal elections are in November 2018 and November 2020.
    Very few people are paying attention right now.
    Not an excuse, just a fact.

    – Translation: Yes, Trump is making a whole lot of mistakes right now, but hopefully he’ll get his act together.

    October 10, 2018 at HHR: Yes, I know it was a bad idea for Trump to repeat Alex Jones’ claims the CIA wants to make all of the frogs gay, but there are still three weeks before the election for him to straighten up his act and look presidential.

  524. Tina says:

    Translated

    Jebots continue to make mistakes, mistakes since 2008. Sounds like a political hacks, but the political hacks get paid.

  525. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 2:54 pm
    Blam
    Trump doubles down.
    Tells merkel, as far as wiretapping, we have simeting in common perhaps.
    Thank you bannon and spicer.

    – Bam! Trump doubles down on a conspiratorial claim that Obama used a foreign agency to spy on Trump. Thank you Spicer and Bannon for keeping me and my 4Chan group inspired.

  526. Tina says:

    What is 4 chan, sopan?

  527. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 2:58 pm
    Translated
    Jebots continue to make mistakes, mistakes since 2008. Sounds like a political hacks, but the political hacks get paid.

    – Translation: Tina gets her news from Breitbart, Gateway Pundit, Conservative Treehouse, and 4Chan. That makes her a radicalized troll. On most days, Bunu is more logical than her.

  528. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 3:00 pm
    What is 4 chan, sopan?

    – Whenever Tina gets cornered, she uses her trigger word “sopan”. Sad!

  529. Robbie says:

    Always smart to quadruple down on a loser of story that only hurts you. Thanks Judge Napalitano! Did you get this crap from your microwave?

    The Associated Press?
    Verified account
     @AP 6m
    6 minutes ago

    More
    BREAKING: Trump repeats wiretapping claim, suggests he and Germany’s Merkel were perhaps wiretapped by Obama administration.

  530. Tina says:

    Broken convention

    Romney sucks

    I heart jeb

    Trump loses

    All political predictions since 2008. All wromg.

  531. Robbie says:

    Michael M. Grynbaum?
    @grynbaum

    “Fox News cannot confirm Judge Napolitano’s commentary,” Shepard Smith says just now on Fox.

  532. Tina says:

    Breaking, doj receives wiretapping documents.

  533. Tina says:

    Whoops doj turns over wiretapping documents to congress.

    Hmm, i thiught they finished the investigation.

  534. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 3:06 pm

    All political predictions since 2008. All wromg.

    -Tina’s relationship with the truth is as troubling as her relationship with spelling.

    In 2008, I predicted McCain would win the nomination, but get slaughtered in the general. Tina and her buddy Howard Dean were convinced there a tape of Michele ripping white people that would save the day.

    In 2010, I predicted Republicans would have their best year since 1946. I predicted House gains of 45 and an underperformance in the Senate simply because of all the idiot Senate candidates who won primaries like COD, Angle, and Buck.

    In 2012, I desperately wanted to see Romney stopped in the primary, but he wasn’t. I went on to predict he would run a competent general election campaign, but lose narrowly to Obama because he wouldn’t break the blue wall.

    In July 2014, I predicted Republicans were in position to win 9 Senate seats and ultimately predicted they would win 7 seats. I missed on Roberts in KS and Tillis in NC.

    In 2016, I got it all wrong. I admit that without any reservations.

  535. Trump says:

    The Jeb coc$sucker is whining like a 1 year old.

    As$hat, brokered convention? Two election cycles running?

    How’s the 1948 famine, moron?

  536. Trump says:

    Why don’t you shut the f up, knowing that you have no sense of realty, idiot?

    Jeb Bush, indeed.

  537. Tina says:

    The Ryanocare bill has been amended. It still needs to have better malpractic,e refor,s, greater hsa, greater deductibles for medical expenses, and an allowance to buy care across state boundaries

  538. Tina says:

    The jebot needs to go race bait back at kos. Stale kos points from the basement dweller.

  539. NYCmike says:

    Robbie,

    All your “worries” may come to fruition, and the Republicans might lose the White House, the Senate, and the House.

    And that has NEVER happened before since a crazy guy like Trump, who was NEVER a politician, has NEVER been President before.

    “NEVER” is the key word, Robbie.

  540. NYCmike says:

    “In 2016, I got it all wrong.”

    -Exactly.

    Take some time, re-evaluate your political wisdom and the “conventional wisdom”.

    Maybe your calculations (ways of thinking) are incorrect, and you have bad knowledge being inputted, which in turn is outputting cr*p.

  541. NYCmike says:

    “Md is on twitter? Let me reach out to him. What is his twitter site or whatever.”

    -If you search his name on Google or wherever, it comes up.

    If you are on Twitter, I guess you would do same.

  542. NYCmike says:

    Tina,

    Ask him if he saw the forest yet, or is he still chopping on that one tree.

    #relentless

  543. Robbie says:

    NYCMike

    Trump is now the president and has been for eight weeks. He won the race more than four months ago so the argument that he’s never been a politician before no longer holds water. He’s had more than enough time to figure out what is and isn’t acceptable. He also promised he’d act presidential if he won.

    Any sane person knows not to accuse a former president of wiretapping based on a Breitbart article. Any sane person knows not to believe wild claims made by Andrew Napalitano on Fox and then use them as the basis to support a widely discredited claim of wiretapping.

    Trump’s mistakes aren’t due to the fact he’s never been a politician. His mistakes result from the fact he feels obligated to litigate every slight (big or small, real or perceived) made against him. As I wrote earlier in the day, Trump could do or say anything when he was fixture in the tabloids because there were no consequences to the words he said. Now as president, there are.

    I am not about to make any declarations about 2018 based on what Trump has done in eight weeks, but he’s got to shape up his act before opinions against him harden. He needs to make less news, not more news. He also needs to find a way to move on form the wiretapping story.

  544. Tina says:

    Nyc, i want md back, but you cannot force him too. I just do not do twitter.

  545. NYCmike says:

    Robbie,

    Trump makes me cringe on almost a daily basis. I am, as well as most other people here, aware of his many issues.

    He is still better than the alternative.

  546. NYCmike says:

    Oddly enough, Trump made me cringe before he ran for office.

    I was, and still am, consistently amazed at how he conducts himself on a day-to-day basis.

  547. Robbie says:

    NYCMike

    I got 2008, 2010, 2012, and 2014 mostly, if not very, right. Just because I was wrong in 2016 doesn’t mean I need to reassess how I analyze things.

    Trump is now the president and people want and expect him to act like it. His problems have been of his own making and they are clearly hurting him because his RCP approval is just 44%. He watches too much cable news and he spends to much time on Twitter. He needs to realize some fights aren’t worth fighting.

    Honestly, I think he’s doing a GREAT job managing the healthcare bill. He’s engaging all groups, he’s making it clear he’s open to debate, and he seems to be getting results. If he cuts out the “stupid”, he’ll be fine, but the nonsense can’t continue.

  548. Tina says:

    Fox reporting Pres. Trump will appeal the HI ruling re immigration ban…

    9th circus ct will not lift a finger.

    News to me that the president cannot enforce immigration law because a snowflake judge says otherwise.

  549. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 17, 2017 at 3:58 pm
    Robbie,

    Trump makes me cringe on almost a daily basis. I am, as well as most other people here, aware of his many issues.

    He is still better than the alternative.

    – Yes, I agree he is better than Clinton. That said, I don’t think we should excuse his bad missteps simply because he’s better than the alternative.

  550. Tina says:

    The fox bathtub boy, smith, also said there were russian, trump ties without question.

    Bathtub boy and geraldine wanted rios during katrina.

  551. Tina says:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=wwbxLuxma_4

    Here is the full presser with merkel.

    Towards the end, trump says that merkel shares something in common with him, wiretapppung by the previous administration.

    Pass the popcorn.

  552. Tina says:

    Look for the jebots, drats, goober and co, never trumpers, to be triggered tonite.

    I am sure joe mika scarfarce will tweet about nothing. Look for trumps attorney to pound mika scarfarce again.

  553. janz says:

    #relentless….good one, NYC!

  554. janz says:

    I’ve used the “cringe” word when referring to Trump. And, I still feel that way, from time to time. Some of his phrasing, patterns of redundant speech and doubling down on the media, IMO, are tiresome and way over done. But, it’s somewhat counterbalanced by his tenacious economic policies, bringing diverse groups into the consideration on policy making, and his commendable SCOTUS nominee.

  555. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://hiddenamericans.com/politics/awkward-president-trump-refuses-shake-angela-merkels-hand/

    Trump refuses to shake globalist puppet and swamp creature’s hand.

    Instead says Obama might have wiretapped her

  556. NYCmike says:

    “That said, I don’t think we should excuse his bad missteps simply because he’s better than the alternative.”

    -I don’t excuse them, I simply don’t mention them EVERY TIME something happens, similar to how I didn’t mention all of Bush’s.

  557. NYCmike says:

    “good one, NYC!”

    🙂

    MD is my favorite A-Hole.

  558. janz says:

    However, what I find even more cringe-worthy and offensive, than some of Trump’s continuing tiresome verbal traits, are the left’s destructive opposition to everything and anyone even vaguely associated with Trump. These people are operating under the very fascist tactics they accuse Trump as having.

  559. Trump says:

    Stop cringing, snowflakes. You have been relentlessly wrong.

    Get used to winning. I know it is hard for most of you.

  560. Trump says:

    And if the Jeb coc$sucker cringes, that’s a feature, not a bug.

  561. Bitterlaw says:

    MD is my favorite A-Hole.

    I don’t know if I should feel relieved or insulted.

  562. NYCmike says:

    “These people are operating under the very fascist tactics they accuse Trump as having.”

    -Nail, meet head.

    Thanks for cutting thru the BS, janz, as you did all last year!

  563. NYCmike says:

    “relieved or insulted.”

    -Depends on what type of sandwiches he made….

  564. Tina says:

    Tell Md, to come back. I do not tweet.

    Do it for tina. He used to be my boss at right pundits.

  565. janz says:

    Thanks, NYC.

    Tina, a big ego is a difficult personality trait to access. And, no such an observation describes someone other than Trump.

  566. lisab says:

    if trump’s popularity went down 1% every time the robbie’s freaked out over something he said or tweeted

    he would be at -1,000%

  567. Robbie says:

    I watched Special Report with Bret Baier tonight. He made clear FoxNews has not verified Judge Napalitano’s claims about the British spying on Trump for Obama. I could be misreading the tone, but I got the sense it might be some time before Napalitano appears on the network again. His loose talk on Fox n Friends has turned into an international fiasco.

    All that said, watch Napalitano appear on FoxNews tomorrow.

  568. Bitterlaw says:

    MD will not be returning. To him, we are Vichy Republicans. He has no interest in HHR. I regret his decision but he will always be my A-hole.

  569. Robbie says:

    Qustion soon to be asked by certain commenters at HHR: Who got to Jeff Sessions and his DOJ staff and got them to lie for the fake news?

    Manu Raju?
    @mkraju 20m
    20 minutes ago

    Source says DOJ report does NOT confirm what Trump has been saying: He has been wiretapped under the orders of Obama. DOJ won’t comment

  570. Robbie says:

    Jim Sciutto?
    @jimsciutto 24m
    24 minutes ago

    Just in: Official tells CNN DOJ report to Congress does NOT confirm President Trump’s wiretapping claim

  571. Tina says:

    Cnn really fake news claims that pawn hannity pointed a gun at juan williams, after an argument.

    Fake news also claims no handshake wu mullah merkel.

  572. Tina says:

    Ben Smith? @BuzzFeedBen
    The US has NOT apologized for smearing UK intelligence, per official UK and US statements

  573. Tina says:

    Mika scarfarce is melting down

    Mike Cernovich ??? @Cernovich
    Intercepted? Sound like a wire tap! Either Maddow is fake news or Trump is owed an apology. Check mate @JoeNBC, you jiggly-faced fraud.

  574. PresidentPaul! says:

    “Source says DOJ report does NOT confirm what Trump has been saying: He has been wiretapped under the orders of Obama. DOJ won’t comment”

    Wait until we find out 100% of Americans are being wiretapped.

  575. Tina says:

    Mullah Merkel put in place

    Trump to Merkel: “Immigration is a privilege, not a right, and the safety of our citizens must always come first, without question.”

  576. Bitterlaw says:

    Why would obama wiretap Trump? Trump put out more damaging information bu twitter.

  577. Trump says:

    Obama wire tapped everyone, moron.

    That’s why.

  578. Trump says:

    What damagng information did trump put out, idiot?

    Twitter was the reason he won.

  579. Trump says:

    Which official told Cnn, Jeb coc-$sucker? Any names?

  580. Robbie says:

    In Tina’s small, narrowed minded world of conspiratorial websites, anything that doesn’t portray Trump in a positive light is “fake news”. Sad!

  581. Trump says:

    Jeb coc-sucker Robbie, look! Russians!!!

  582. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    March 17, 2017 at 8:38 pm
    Which official told Cnn, Jeb coc-$sucker? Any names?

    – The microwave that Judge Napolitano says can eavesdrop on us.

  583. Trump says:

    So you cannot name the s”source”, mother-f-Ickes Robbie?

  584. Trump says:

    As usual, you have nothing but Jeb’s semen running through your moth, Robbie.

  585. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    March 17, 2017 at 8:44 pm
    So you cannot name the s”source”, mother-f-Ickes Robbie?

    – Name Judge Napolitano’s sources.

  586. Trump says:

    Look, trump’s tax returns!!!

    Jerk yourself off, Jeb coc-sucke.

  587. Trump says:

    You cited cnn, motherfu$&er.

    I did not cite anything, as-hole Robbie.

  588. Robbie says:

    Still waiting for soccerguru to name Napolitano’s sources.

  589. Trump says:

    Back it up, liar.

  590. Trump says:

    Or is it just the Jeb semen seeping in your eyes?

  591. Trump says:

    What did Jeb do to you? Really pumped your as$ hard, didn’t he?

  592. Trump says:

    How do you tie your shoes, retard? Cnn source?

  593. Robbie says:

    Soccer guru is really wound up tonight.

  594. Trump says:

    Throw do you live with yourself, Robbie? Your life must be the most miserable sh(thole this side of the black hole of Calcutta.

  595. Trump says:

    So no cnn source, motherf$cker?

    Everyone thought so.

    Just the Jeb creeping through you.

  596. Robbie says:

    Long story short is Donald Trump is prone to believe conspiracy theories and fell for the Mark Levin inspired Breitbart story Steve Bannon place in front of him. That led to his conspiratorial tweets about Obama wiretapping him and then the subsequent defenses of his claims that appear to have no basis in reality. On top of that, Andrew Napolitano’s fraudulent claims, that FoxNews has disowned, have sparked an international controversy with Great Britain. Heck of job, Donald.

  597. Trump says:

    How long were you kept captive by Jeb? What did he do to you?

  598. Trump says:

    Long story short, trump is president, moron.

    The only controversy is in your head.

    Great job, Trump. Morons like Jeb coc suckers are triggered.

  599. Trump says:

    Look, Russians!!!

  600. Robbie says:

    How old are you, soccerguru?

  601. Trump says:

    So no source, motherf3cking Jeb cocsucker?

  602. Tina says:

    Mullah Merkel

    Sheneill contribute over 2 percnt to nato up from zero.

    She calls islamists threats.

  603. Tina says:

    The paper plain crasher maintains that the no hand shake story that oiginated with the st louis dispatch is true.

    Wow,how fooled we are in mommas basement.

  604. Trump says:

    trump the miracle worker!!!

    Driving merely to sense, and the Jeb coc-sucker insane.

    Is there anything trump cannot do?

  605. Tina says:

    Seems like mullah merkel got rolled.

  606. Walt says:

    “Bitterlaw says:
    March 17, 2017 at 1:57 pm
    I just had lunch with Walt, Mrs. Walt, and my wife. Quick observations:

    Walt looks great for a man his age.

    Mrs. Walt is a lovely person. After 297 wives, Walt finally has a trophy wife.

    Walt has now been invited to be a member of the “Men who married way above what they deserve club.” ”
    ________________________
    Thank you Mr. Bitter.

    We did have a delightful and productive lunch.
    You wife is a charming lady as well.
    ****************************************
    The lunch with Bitter and Mrs. Bitter (who was not bitter at all) was a most pleasant experience. It was a social event, as well as a working lunch. Bitter and I hammered out a rewrite of the HHR constitution and By Laws that we faxed to Dave Wissing, we issued a “Joint Resolution of Reconciliation” addressed to MD that we sent to MD via carrier pigeon. It leaves the door open to MD’s return at the time of his choice, and he can keep his sidearms and horse he rode in on.

    I forgot to give Bitter the “Document of Free Passage” I drew up (that will allow him to travel south of the Mason-Dixon Line unfettered) if at anytime he so chooses to head in a southerly direction.

    And my wife said to tell you that anytime you all are traveling in this area we would love to host you all.
    ______________________________
    Finally, I actually did find Philly to be a charming city. Observing the peaceful movement of the people by foot, cab, car and bus; watching the efficient delivery of essentials into the city stores by truck and the collection of the garbage trucks moving unwanted materials out of the city was like watching a well-orchestrated ballet by the hand of an invisible creator.

  607. Tina says:

    Walt, was bitter, bitter?

  608. Bitterlaw says:

    It was great to shake the hand of the man who heard God say, “Let there be light, Walt.”

  609. Bitterlaw says:

    we issued a “Joint Resolution of Reconciliation” addressed to MD that we sent to MD via carrier pigeon.

    That would explain why there was a dead pigeon on my front porch with a note that said, “GFY.”

  610. Bitterlaw says:

    All kidding aside, Walt and Mrs. Walt were great dining companions. I am glad that he enjoyed Philadelphia. He brought his small town values to the big city and encouraged us to be better people.

    After some reflection, we realized that we do not want to be better people. GFY. Walt.

  611. Walt says:

    Tina,

    No Bitter was not bitter.
    Congenial, actually.

    Bitter has two HHR personas, sorta like a two sided 45 rpm record of days of yore. One is his usual HHR one which can be opinionated, dogmatic, blunt and hard-hitting and–at times–acid tongued. But the flip side that sometimes comes through at HHR is one of true concern and caring for others.

    Though he does not want me to ruin his reputation here at HHR, he obviously has redeeming qualities to have won the hand of his lovely wife.

  612. Cash Cow TM says:

    Well, Walt is now mad at the cat.

    And me.

    Seems the cat pooped on one of the beds.
    And Walt blames me for not letting the cat out several times a day to do its business and monitoring it more closely.

    Hey, it knows how to use the litter box and is fully aware where it is located! I can’t spend all my time holding its paw.

    I told Walt I was busy watching all the NCAA bassetball games and gorging myself on popcorn.
    I think it was a revenge poop because the cat was mad they left her for a few days.

    I think the cat needs therapy.
    But instead, Walt put the cat on 1/2 rations
    –and me, too.

  613. Cash Cow TM says:

    Bitter,

    Walt told me about his Philly trip.

    He said everyone seemed friendly.

    Walt said you must have told everyone he was coming because when he was driving in trying to get to the hotel it seems everyone was blowing their horns at him. Many were waving. Some were waving with more fingers visible than others.

    Some locals went out of their way to point out to him that there was no left turn allowed at different places where he was turning left.

  614. Walt says:

    Bitter,

    On way out of town, the “navigator” discovered she was giving me directions from her phone that would take us home via I-95 instead of via PA Turnpike as she had anticipated.

    So that is the way we went.

    I-95 was crazy.
    Balto Beltway was cray-cray.

    I saw more vehicles on those two roads than there are in all of WV.

    But we made it home safe and sound…

  615. Tina says:

    Thanks, walt, excellent report.

  616. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow – Walt was amazed at the number of traffic lights in one city. He said any city that needs a light at every intersection is obviously filled with bad hombres.

  617. Bitterlaw says:

    The navigator didn’t know that the other name for 95 on Friday afternoon is “the great North-South parking lot?”

  618. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 9:08 pm
    The paper plain crasher maintains that the no hand shake story that oiginated with the st louis dispatch is true.
    Wow,how fooled we are in mommas basement.

    – My goodness. Did you overdose on stupid pills today. First of all, it’s “plane” not “plain”. Second, what handshake story are you discussing? I have not posted or commented about any such story. Get your facts and your spelling straight.

  619. Tina says:

    See your 589 which is a direct response to my two fake news stories, sopan 4 chan.

  620. Tina says:

    Cnn really fake news claims that pawn hannity pointed a gun at juan williams, after an argument.

    Fake news also claims no handshake wu mullah merkel.

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 8:25 pm
    Ben Smith? @BuzzFeedBen
    The US has NOT apologized for smearing UK intelligence, per official UK and US statements

    You replied to these and got caught. Crash and burn snowflake.

  621. Tina says:

    This is just too easy.

  622. Tina says:

    Sopan 4 chan must be really in the drugs, if it cannot remember what it replied to.

  623. Robbie says:

    This is just too funny. One of Judge Napolitano’s sources for his claim the British GCHQ spied on Trump was none other than Larry freakin’ Johnson. Yes, that Larry Johnson. The known conspiracy theorist who claimed there was a Michelle Obama tape in 2008 making nasty comments about white people. That whopper of story, by the way, was widely believed in this comment section in 2008.

    In the story linked, Larry Johnson admits to the NYT he was one of Napolitano’s sources. Even better, Napolitano asked Johnson to go public and confirm he was a source. My goodness. Why didn’t Napolitano just use Alex Jones as a source? He’s just as credible as crazy Larry Johnson. Larry Johnson is so nuts he can’t even get on MSNBC anymore.

    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/03/17/business/media/fox-andrew-napolitano-trump.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share&_r=0

  624. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 11:36 pm
    See your 589 which is a direct response to my two fake news stories, sopan 4 chan.

    – I posted no such article from the St. Louis Dispatch as you claimed. You lied through your teeth.

    And here is 589:

    Robbie says:
    March 17, 2017 at 8:42 pm
    In Tina’s small, narrowed minded world of conspiratorial websites, anything that doesn’t portray Trump in a positive light is “fake news”. Sad!

    How in the world did your brain get the St. Louis Dispatch from that?

  625. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 11:38 pm
    This is just too easy.

    – You’re right. It really is just too easy to refute your bizarre ramblings.

    And why are you posting comments from Buzzfeed? I thought they were fake news since they posted that dossier of Trump?

    Or is fake news really only when the story says something you don’t like?

  626. Tina says:

    How in the world did you mention fake news. You were oromoted by the previous post. You got caught sopan deb 4 chan

  627. Tina says:

    Refute the three fake stories, sopan devb 4 chan.

    You cannot, but it does not fir your leftist, daily kos like mentality.

  628. Tina says:

    And why would you reply to me and fake news to begin with sopan 4 chan? Is mammas basement cold? Not getting much sleep since your gf was not elected president?

  629. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 11:37 pm
    Cnn really fake news claims that pawn hannity pointed a gun at juan williams, after an argument.
    Fake news also claims no handshake wu mullah merkel.

    – You dummy. I have not commented on either story. I’ve had nothing to say about the claim Hannity pointed an unloaded gun at Williams and I’ve had nothing to say about whether Trump and Merkel shook hands.

    Your ignorance is really on full display tonight. Too much Guinness on St. Patrick’s Day? You’ve obviously confused me with some figment of your conspiratorial imagination.

    By the way, aren’t you glad to see Larry Johnson back in the news? You and Howard Dean were convinced he had a tape of Michelle Obama in 2008 and that was going to save McCain. How’d that work out?

  630. Tina says:

    You got caught. You read those two posts and then replied in 589, when in one of the two posts that proceede yours, i mentioned fake news.

    4 chan sopan please folow along.

  631. Tina says:

    So, in your 589, why did you mention fake news and me?

    Complete loser hack from daily kos.

  632. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 11:53 pm
    And why would you reply to me and fake news to begin with sopan 4 chan? Is mammas basement cold? Not getting much sleep since your gf was not elected president?

    – You’ve really become a nasty piece of work. You’re nothing like the person who posted here in 2004, 2006, or even 2008. It makes me wonder whether a troll has taken over your screen name.

    I really do love how you always get triggered and mention Sopan Deb. He must really get under your skin. Maybe I should start paying attention to whomever he is.

  633. Tina says:

    Why would you use fake news in quotes when referring to me.

    You must have been triggered

  634. Tina says:

    The gun story

    The handshake

    The apology

    All fake storeis.

  635. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 17, 2017 at 11:57 pm
    So, in your 589, why did you mention fake news and me?
    Complete loser hack from daily kos.

    – I wasn’t responding to a post about a gun or handshake. I was responding to your penchant to disbelieve anything that doesn’t portray Trump in a positive light. And for that matter, many at HHR who assume anything that’s not positive for Trump is fake news.

  636. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:02 am
    The gun story
    The handshake
    The apology
    All fake storeis.

    – I feel like Tommy Lee Jones in “The Fugitive”. I don’t care about those goofy stories. Neither does the rest of America who doesn’t read Gateway Pundit.

    You broke a cardinal rule. You assumed and we know what happens when you assume.

  637. Tina says:

    Why would you use fake news in your response when i mentioned it a few posts before? You used fake news in quotes.

  638. Tina says:

    You clearly responded to one or both of my posts.

    I do not believe the ny times or cnn.

    I do not believe there was an apology, no handshake, and I do not believe hannity pointed a gun at juan williams.

    Sorry, fake news.

  639. Robbie says:

    But let’s talk about some goofy story about Hannity and Juan Williams and ignore the person who told Judge Napolitano the British were spying on Trump and created an international furor this week. Let’s deflect from the fact Larry Johnson is back peddling conspiracies again.

  640. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:06 am
    You clearly responded to one or both of my posts.
    I do not believe the ny times or cnn.
    I do not believe there was an apology, no handshake, and I do not believe hannity pointed a gun at juan williams.
    Sorry, fake news.

    – Honey, get this through your head. It’s not all about you. I wasn’t responding to either of those stories. In fact, I haven’t read articles about either story. I’ve only seen headlines and don’t give a rip about either.

  641. Tina says:

    Who cares, I never mentioned wiretapping or a source of napolitanis charge, whaterver he charged. I do nit get faux news so it is news to me what he mentioned.

    The fact remains you uses the fake news in responnse to my earlier post.

    You got caught.

  642. Tina says:

    And you do not drive posters here to focus on your little pet stories either.

    Let them investigate fully trumps claims and let the chips fall,where they lie. Your little. Itchie friend wasted no time in launching a russian trump connection.LET IT ALL BE INVESTIGATED.

  643. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:05 am
    Why would you use fake news in your response when i mentioned it a few posts before? You used fake news in quotes.

    – Because you view anything that doesn’t portray Trump in a positive light as fake news. And I used quotes around fake news to make sure it stood out. That’s a typical method in writing to make sure the reader’s attention is drawn to an item.

  644. Tina says:

    Bs, you used fake news in response to one or both of the posts before your 589.

    Again, 3 fake news stories and they are the three I mentioned.

  645. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:12 am
    Who cares, I never mentioned wiretapping or a source of napolitanis charge, whaterver he charged. I do nit get faux news so it is news to me what he mentioned.
    The fact remains you uses the fake news in responnse to my earlier post.
    You got caught.

    – Bless your heart. I got caught doing nothing. If I wanted to respond to a story about Hannity or a hand shake, I would have responded to it directly. My comments were strictly about my views on you what you will and won’t believe about Trump. They had nothing to do with a dumb story about Hannity or a hand shake.

  646. Tina says:

    And quit your amateurish deflection.

  647. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:16 am
    Bs, you used fake news in response to one or both of the posts before your 589.
    Again, 3 fake news stories and they are the three I mentioned.

    – It’s not all about you. I don’t give a crap about the three idiotic stories you posted. I was making a general point you and several others here simply throw around the term “fake news” anytime there’s a story with which you don’t agree.

    Sorry you got triggered so easily.

  648. Tina says:

    Tucker: NBC the real meddler in election, not Russia

    Shh, do not tell mika scarfarce.

  649. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:18 am
    And quit your amateurish deflection.

    – Says the person who continually throws out Sopan every time se doesn’t like a story.

  650. Tina says:

    Zzzzzz

    You really are the dumb kos tyoe.

  651. lisab says:

    Why would obama wiretap Trump? — bitterlaw
    ———————————————

    if you ran a major spy operation, why wouldn’t you spy on trump?

    it is likely every major country in the world was spying on trump, including ours.

    it is actually quite likely the nsa has every single email trump sent stored in their data somewhere.

    that does not mean anything ended up on obama’s desk (or on anyone else’s desk in the obama administration). however, did the nsa capture his emails?

    probably.

  652. Bitterlaw says:

    I am embarrassed by Trump at least once a day. I am extremely happy that Hillary is not President. Both can be true.

  653. Trump says:

    The fake lawyer embarrassed by Trump?

    He must be leading a pretty bizarre life when he is embarrassed by some random person he has never met.

  654. Cash Cow TM says:

    Rise a d shine!

    Get up a d at em.
    Daylight’s burning.

    Walt and I were out of the house well before 8 a.m. to go attend an all day conference.

  655. Cash Cow TM says:

    Rise and shine, snowflakes!

    Get up a d at em.
    Daylight’s burning.

    Walt and I were out of the house well before 8 a.m. to go attend an all day conference.

  656. Tina says:

    I am embarassed by the jebots here.

    Amateurish

  657. Tina says:

    Disgraced Donna Brazille admits that she cheated and gave debate questions to her thighness.

  658. Trump says:

    The next question is, who gave Donna Brazile the debate questions?

    Not that it matters.

    Trump can beat all these idiots – media, democrats, republicans, the rest of the nevertrumpers – with 3 am tweets and nothing more.

    Proven.

  659. Trump says:

    How does Crroked Hillary sound now? Apt description or not?

    And, all from a tweet. Imagine that.

  660. Robbie says:

    Tomi Lahren, conservative heroine lauded by Rush Limbaugh, turns out to not be much of a conservative. Three months ago, she said abortion was murder. Yesterday, she proclaimed on “The View” she is pro-choice. Could it be she was playing everyone and piggybacking off Trump’s rise just to gain notoriety?

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2017/03/17/tomi-lahren-to-the-view-i-m-pro-choice.html?via=desktop&source=twitter

  661. Wes says:

    One has to admit Trump, as a product of the media, is likely the most media savvy President in history. Despite his own multiple problems as a candidate, he understood how to obscure his shortcomings among his core supporters and get them focused on turning out to defeat his opponent. He did hurt Republicans in some places–NH, CO, NM, and NV for example–but overall was compelling enough to his own voters to win where he needed and pull many vulnerable Republicans such as Roy Blunt and Ron Johnson across the finish line with him. It’s unclear if his 2016 strategy is sustainable long term, but it was a remarkably successful one this time.

    Meanwhile, Hillary as a candidate relied entirely on the media in place of a genuine ability to connect with people on a personal level. Hillary took Obama’s and GWB’s divide-and-rule strategies from 2012 and 2004 respectively to the nth degree without realizing there is a tipping point for such things. While playing almost exclusively to their core supporters, GWB and Obama were at least smart enough to avoid openly denigrating their opponents’ supporters, leaving such petty things to supporters. Hillary actually overtly attacked Trump’s supporters, famously calling them “a basket of deplorables,” thus giving Trump ready-made fodder for an ad and providing his supporters with a strong incentive to turn out against her.

    Despite being an accomplished former Governor of a state, Gary Johnson came across as a fruitcake. Johnson had the biggest platform ever for a Libertarian presidential candidate and squandered it in epic fashion despite (or perhaps because of) the presence of former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld–a remarkably successful Republican Governor of a solidly Democrat state–on the ticket.

    Having dispatched an unlikable hag and a pot-smoking lightweight, Trump has governed reasonably well since assuming office. Of course the big test of his political viability will be in 2018. If Republicans hold the House with minimal losses, prevent any hemorrhaging among Governors, and increase their margin in the Senate, then Trump will be validated as President much as GWB was in 2002 and be in an immensely strong position going into 2020.

  662. Wes says:

    Tomi Lahren is a female Glenn Beck whose core views amount to whatever will send cash rolling in. She’s a bombthrowing contributor to Breitbart looking for a political career and some quick cash. (She’s already floated some trial balloons about running for the lovely and gracious Kristi Noem’s House seat.) She’s simply part of the Rush Limbaugh-Glenn Beck-Sean Hannity wing of the conservative intelligentsia looking to be as controversial as possible to increase her bottom line.

  663. Wes says:

    I erred slightly. Lahren works for The Blaze rather than Breitbart. She’s no Kristi Noem though.

    Kristi is a noncontroversial conservative who doesn’t seek to rile people up for personal gain but rather works hard to earn their support.

    Lahren is basically a pseudoconservative Bill Maher with a body part Donald Trump likes to grab.

  664. Wes says:

    Sean McMullin plans to challenge Jason Chaffetz in the primary next year.

    Deadenders unite!

  665. Wes says:

    Err, Evan McMullin. I guess I need some coffee this morning.

  666. jason says:

    Long story short is Donald Trump is prone to believe conspiracy theories and fell for the Mark Levin inspired Breitbart story Steve Bannon place in front of him.”

    Zzzzzzzzz….. facts not in evidence…

    Wobbie accuses Trump of conspiracy theories while advancing his own.

  667. Tina says:

    Egg Mcmuffin is a drat plant.

    Complete fraud.

  668. Bitterlaw says:

    He must be leading a pretty bizarre life when he is embarrassed by some random person he has never met.

    I am embarrassed that the Wizard can’t block Trump and Proud Obamacon. We’re stuck with Bunu.

  669. Tina says:

    Looks like the judge cashed in a favor tomthe obumbler. Chance to eat with him.

    Judges like this are on the take. Not to mention he cites trumps campaign rhetoric which is nit admissable.

  670. Tina says:

    Despite what you have heard from the FAKE NEWS, I had a GREAT meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Nevertheless, Germany owes…..
    …vast sums of money to NATO & the United States must be paid more for the powerful, and very expensive, defense it provides to Germany!

    I cannot u derstand why we are still there. Korea i coukd see, but not Germsny.

  671. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:09 pm
    5 9th Circuit Court judges issue blistering dissent …
    Wobbie hardest hit.
    https://jonathanturley.org/2017/03/17/five-ninth-circuit-judges-file-rare-dissent-rebuking-the-panel-in-immigration-ruling/

    – Your ability to lie about my positions is endless. I support the travel ban Trump has twice proposed. I did not support the haphazard way the first EO was introduced. The 9th circuit has drastically overstepped. They have ruled based on things Trump said as a candidate and not what was in the order. That’s ridiculous.

    Nice try though.

  672. NYCmike says:

    “I did not support the haphazard way the first EO was introduced.”

    -How was it “haphazard”, except for being the way the NY Times, the WAPO, and the Democrats described it?

    Maybe because it was instituted quickly?

    Are you saying that in a real, active crisis situation our government agencies do NOT have a plan to act QUICKLY and DECISIVELY!?

  673. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:11 pm
    Long story short is Donald Trump is prone to believe conspiracy theories and fell for the Mark Levin inspired Breitbart story Steve Bannon place in front of him.”
    Zzzzzzzzz….. facts not in evidence…
    Wobbie accuses Trump of conspiracy theories while advancing his own.

    – The wiretap story is a massive self inflicted wound. Trump, rather than check with his own government agencies, believed a Breitbart article based on the rantings of Mark Levin. Even worse, he had his press secretary repeat a story pushed by Judge Napolitano that the judge got from the noted conspiracy theorist Larry Johnson. The after a big international dustup, Trump mentioned the GCHQ story in his press conference with Merkel.

    And if you don’t think Trump is prone to conspiracies, how do you explain his “birther” garbage?

  674. NYCmike says:

    Robbie,

    The more we see and hear about anything Trump does, the Left (Democrats and their allies in the media and in any civil service positions) will act the same way: they will let judges overstep their powers and then let the Republicans back down.

    You fall for it every time, and (unfortunately, imho) Trump was advised to back off as well.

    These people are the enemy at this time.

  675. NYCmike says:

    “rantings of Mark Levin”

    -Once again, Levin showed the newspapers where his information was taken from, along with giving out the dates of those articles.

    Either the media lied, or they are covering up now.

    Win-Win.

    Let it play out.

  676. NYCmike says:

    “And if you don’t think the media is prone to “fake news”, how do you explain Dan Rather still being a person who is considered respectable?”

    Fixed it.

  677. NYCmike says:

    Mark Levin is “ranting” when he sites the same sources to illustrate his theory about spying that Robbie uses to illustrate his “worries” about Trump.

    Got it!

  678. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:35 pm
    “I did not support the haphazard way the first EO was introduced.”
    -How was it “haphazard”, except for being the way the NY Times, the WAPO, and the Democrats described it?
    Maybe because it was instituted quickly?
    Are you saying that in a real, active crisis situation our government agencies do NOT have a plan to act QUICKLY and DECISIVELY!?

    – Are you really going to defend the way the initial EO was introduced? There was no coordination with airlines and airports. It was issued late on a Friday and went into effect immediately. That’s why we saw so much chaos those first few days. No one knew what was in the order and copies of what was in it didn’t get distributed until six hours later.

    On top of that, the soon to be Attorney General Jeff Sessions played no role in drafting the order. It was written, in large part, by Stephen Miller. If it was so important, why didn’t Trump have his top legal appointee, Sessions, play a role. Even Laura Ingraham criticized the order’s implementation.

    Lastly, if it was so important for the government to act decisively, why did Trump wait another five weeks to issue his revised order and why did he place a day hold on its effective start date after signing it? What happened to the imminent threat he claimed made this first order necessary?

  679. NYCmike says:

    Robbie,

    Judging by your response, our country’s security apparatus is woefully unprepared to react QUICKLY and DECISIVELY in a real emergency.

    Thank You for finally waking up to the real problem, instead of the ones manufactured by the media whom you are constantly spouting out for no good reason.

    Cheers.

  680. Robbie says:

    NYCMike

    I’m not falling for anything. You’re the one who’s falling for the silly notion that everything Trump does is strategic and forces the Democrats to expose themselves. I’m sorry, but that’s just not the case. For eight weeks now, Trump has struggled with one self inflicted wound after another. It’s why his approval rating in RCP is just 44% during what should be a honeymoon period for a new president.

    Trump has the entire government at his disposal. If he wants information, all he has to do is pick up the phone and call the appropriate person. Instead, he chose to believe a Breitbart article based on, at best, circumstantial evidenced pieced together by bomb throwing radio host. And as a result, he has set off feeding frenzy that has consumed two weeks of news and pissed of Great Britain by mentioning Napolitano’s crazy conspiracy theory.

    No one in the media made Trump tweet about wiretapping. No one made Trump claim his inaugural crowd was larger than Obama’s. No one made Trump claim 3-5 million people voted illegally. Trump decided to do these things, not because he wanted to distract, but because he lacks impulse control and feels the need to litigate every slight, real or perceived, made against him.

    Trump is no longer sitting in his NTC penthouse calling into Greta’s show to say Rosie O’Donnell fat.

  681. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 18, 2017 at 12:51 pm
    Robbie,
    Judging by your response, our country’s security apparatus is woefully unprepared to react QUICKLY and DECISIVELY in a real emergency.
    Thank You for finally waking up to the real problem, instead of the ones manufactured by the media whom you are constantly spouting out for no good reason.
    Cheers.

    – Judging by your response, you seem not realize that a travel ban, whose details were not seen until minutes before the order went into effect, requires a great amount of coordination with multiple government agencies AND private sector companies like the airlines who must issue guidance to their employees all over the world so they know who can and can’t get onto a flight.

    You can’t just snap your fingers and make a travel ban go into effect immediately. It requires a great deal of coordination and that’s why Trump’s second order had a ten day implementation period before it went into effect.

  682. Phil says:

    Lahren won’t run for congress. She’s just talking. She’d win. I have little doubt of that. However, no way she is going to give up the mounds of money she is and will be making out of congress. Attention and $$ are her prime motivations.

    Noem seems to be interested in actually governing and not in attention. That’s my take. I think Wes’ analysis of Lahren is about right. She’s hot. Kristi’s hot (I prefer Kristi). Outside of that they are completely different.

  683. Wes says:

    Personally I wish South Dakota Republicans could just clone Kristi and run the clone for the House seat. That way South Dakotans could elect two great candidates statewide next year.

  684. Wes says:

    I don’t know if Lahren would win the primary, Phil. Shantel Krebs and Dusty Johnson are both in for the race. Aside from abortion, Krebs basically has identical stances to Lahren’s, meaning Johnson (whom I actually support for the nomination) would likely benefit and take the nomination on a split vote.

  685. Tina says:

    Daily kos talking points from losah jebot.

  686. Tina says:

    The jebots hillary is calling for unity.

    Lol

  687. NYCmike says:

    “You’re the one who’s falling for the silly notion that everything Trump does is strategic”

    -Laughable.

    I have never said Trump is “strategic”, but I know the media is strategic, as well as ideological, and subjective.

    And you fall for it often.

    The media’s job is to first and foremost accomplish the agenda of the Democratic Party. It is NOT to report the news honestly.

  688. NYCmike says:

    “The media’s job”

    -Of course, they will deny this. Maybe. Not so sure anymore.

  689. NYCmike says:

    Diamond Jim?

  690. NYCmike says:

    DCC

  691. lisab says:

    Paris Orly airport shooting: Attacker was ‘radicalised Muslim’ man
    ————————————

    trump right again!

  692. NYCmike says:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oyxLFD2IIw

    -This is how Robbie acts when the media “reports” a bad story about Republicans.

    🙂

  693. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    You know, as an Evan McMullin voter, often wondered how people could vote for Daffy Duck. However, the more I watch McMullin, have come to realize I may also have voted for Daffy Duck.

  694. PresidentPaul! says:

    Anyone read this article I posted yesterday.

    It was Rebekah Mercer who demanded that Manafort be fired to be replaced with Kellyanne Conway along with Bannon being placed in charge of the campaign in mid summer

    Upon winning she also demanded that Sessions become attorney general, which she got though she lost the fight over John Bolton.

    http://highline.huffingtonpost.com/articles/en/mercers

    “According to two sources, one who strategized with the Mercers and another who worked closely with Trump, Rebekah insisted on a 30-minute face-to-face meeting with Trump, in which she informed him that his campaign was a disaster. (Her family had pledged $2 million to the effort about a month earlier, so she felt comfortable being frank.) Trump, who knew her slightly, was willing to listen. He had been disturbed by recent stories detailing disorganization in his campaign and alleging ties between Trump’s campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and pro-Russia officials in Ukraine. Rebekah knew of this and arrived at her meeting with “props,” says the source who strategized with the Mercers: printouts of news articles about Manafort and Russia that she brandished as evidence that he had to go. And she also had a solution in mind: Trump should put Bannon in charge of the campaign and hire the pollster Kellyanne Conway.[3]”

  695. Bitterlaw says:

    Damn. Villanova could not hold a 7 point lead with 5:00 to play. Next NCAA title will be in 2047.

  696. Wes says:

    SDC, McMullin is your typical so-called “conservative” gadfly who looks at pointless political runs as a means of self-aggrandizement and is willing to help Democrats win rather than support a Republican who can actually win. Sadly Democrats rarely have this problem.

  697. janz says:

    #669 Excellent analysis, Wes.

    #703 SDC, you may have done just that, erring only in the fact that Trump outdid himself in the controversial dept., which made McMullin seem like at least a sensible outside choice.

    Now, McMullin is outdoing his own perception of “voter appeal,” in his consideration of running against incumbents in 2018. Basically, he seems more like a spoiler than a serious candidate, IMO.

  698. Cash Cow TM says:

    Villanova loses.

    WVU wins.

    Life is often not fair.

    Spent 8 hours in an all day seminar that was
    only so so.

    Now wife wants us to see the Shack. In line for popcorn.

    Life is often unfair.

  699. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    707. I have lived and spend a lot of time in Utah, and can state that McMullin is not being taken seriously. A comment in a newspaper said it well: “He so enjoyed his fifteen minutes of fame he wants fifteen minutes more.”

    Hatch is vulnerable, but it would take a blue chip challenger; acceptable to the powers that be in the state. There is still a lot of speculation that Hatch may not run again, when he stated he was running again his office quickly stepped him back from that comment.

  700. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow has a wife? Walt has a lesbian cow? Cool.

  701. Walt says:

    No, Cash Cow does not have a wife.

    I must have jumped on to the laptop to post something after Cash Cow got on my laptop and was logged on in Cash Cow’s name, and then Cow went off to milk herself or something.

  702. Walt says:

    The Shack Movie?

    First one I ever saw after reading the book that I liked the movie better than the book.
    #######################################
    It did bother me though that God was an Oprah-like Black woman, a Hispanic guy, a hot Asian woman and a Male American Indian–but not white in any form.

    We all know that god is white.
    Right?

    It also bothered me that the message I got was that God did not allow anyone to go to hell, even child sexual predators who murdered his victims. God must be a Methodist.

    That means when I go to heaven, I might be playing a pickup game of bassetball with Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Caligula and George Soros being the other members of my team.

    The Devil must be very lonely down there, and very busy stoking all those fires by himself.

  703. Bitterlaw says:

    The Devil won’t always be lonely. The Philly A-holes have already reserved rooms.

  704. Cash Cow TM says:

    Chuck Berry died.

    RIP Chuck.
    I liked him.

    But for some reason, I never like his first name– Chuck.

    Did he have sisters named Rump, Flank and Strip?
    Who names their kids after cuts of beef?

  705. Wes says:

    I’ve never been much of fiction where the Christian concept of God is a character (other than George Burns’ Oh, God!). Having an all-powerful being take direct part in storyline just seems to diminish the rest of the story to me.

    I find religious-themed fiction such as Walter Miller’s Canticle for Liebowitz or my good friend Patrick Dearen’s Starflight to Eternity much better. In those, the characters have a sense of the Christian God, but He doesn’t pop up to clot the storyline.

    I definitely have no interest in seeing the PC version of God in the movie Walt mentioned above.

  706. Tina says:

    I am sure the ky blue rino will screw up the confirmation for gorsuch.

  707. Tina says:

    Trump: We’ll Have the Biggest Tax Cut Since Reagan, ‘Probably Bigger than Reagan’ :: Grabien News

    This should have been the first agenda item.

    However, good luck getting it through the senate with mitchie, mcamnesty, ma ine chicklet, goober, and fraud flake.

  708. Tina says:

    Chelsea Clinton named to Expedia board. If reading filings correctly, she gets $45k/year cash, plus $250k/year in stock vesting over 3 years

    Chelesea is useless

  709. Tina says:

    Meet the Press? @MeetThePress
    Rep. Schiff says the House Intelligence investigation into Russian election hacking has seen “direct evidence” of deception. #MTP

    Fake news and notice how upchuck todd asked for no evidence

  710. jason says:

    It’s another day.

    Let’s see, I predict Wobbie will claim with no evidence that Trump’s wiretapping story was from a Breitbart article and there is no evidence.

  711. Tina says:

    Her Thighness has returned

    With her medical,handler aka secret service dude.

    A$1000 haircut
    A $2400 handbag

  712. Wes says:

    Tina seems to think McConnell is some kind of DNC plant. McConnell stopped Obama from appointing Scalia’s replacement and halted all Obama’s recess appointments, but, yes, complete RINO.

    I guess Tina wishes Grimes had won back in 2014 since apparently McConnell is doing nothing Grimes wouldn’t do.

  713. Tina says:

    Nope,

    Simply he is an ineffective minoritynleader and a very ineffective majority leader.

  714. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – Tina is a purist. Nobody can live up to her standards.

  715. Wes says:

    Although Democrats have used legislative shenanigans in the Senate to slow things down, Republicans have won every fight on the floor–including Betsy Devos, widely expected to lose the confirmation vote.

    Has McConnell been as effective as I’d like since assuming the Majority Leader position?

    No.

    Has he been completely ineffective?

    Absolutely not.

    Tina seems to think McConnell has the kinds of majorities Democrats enjoyed in the 1930s and 1960s in the Senate and can just steamroll the Democrats. Unfortunately that isn’t the case.

  716. Tina says:

    Purist lolL, BL.

    I just see a weak leader, look how long to confirm the cabinet picks.

    Schumah will tie things up with Gorsuch.

    Stop making excuses for the ky blue rino.

  717. Tina says:

    And do not forget tomorrow fbi director comedy will testify on the russian collusion fake story.

    Hopefully, after comedy further disproves the dollussion story, trump,can let comedy go. I would not want any holdovers frommthe prv. administration.

  718. Bitterlaw says:

    The reason Gorsuch was appointed is because McConnell held firm and refused to allow a vote on Garland.

  719. Tina says:

    Yes, true, but you forgot the person who,appointed gorsuch.

  720. Tina says:

    Having hillary would have prevented that. And gorsuch has not yet been confirmed. Hearings should have been held weeks ago.

  721. Phil says:

    McConnell doesn’t have a lot of advantages that other majority leaders have had in the past.

    Democratic majority leaders have the advantage of 100% of their caucus being 100% devoted to the leftist agenda. They don’t stray – EVER. Completely in lock step every step of the way. We only have a 52-48 majority. That two seat majority includes McCain and his poodle Graham who love to gather MSM applause by undercutting Republican positions. Collins is no slam dunk and I’m still not sure what Rand is. Then you have another five or so who at any given time will stray off the reservation either because they want a pat on the back from the media left or they are establishment types who just want to preserve the big government status quo.

    Chuck Schumer has it easy. McConnell has to heard cats. Sad but true.

  722. Wes says:

    Of course if Republicans hadn’t nominated dud candidates in CO, DE, IN, and MO in 2010 and 2012, McConnell would have a larger majority and more latitude to shut Schumer down, but let’s not argue facts here.

  723. janz says:

    Picking up on the Shack movie mentioned by Walt in #714 – apparently the author wrote it originally for his children. His own childhood experiences were simply miserable, which may have provided some fodder for the story written. I don’t really know, as I have neither read the book nor seen the movie. Nevertheless, the Shack book became a surprise success, selling millions of copies, and now morphing into a movie. One oftentimes just doesn’t know where life will lead them!

  724. janz says:

    Wes, choosing less than desirable candidates has been a repeated R flaw. The party, to it’s credit, is far more politically diverse than the Dems. But, such a quality also produces a myriad of candidates with a myriad of opinions that can fracture the party vote.

  725. Tina says:

    Mccain, poodle goober, and flake, phil.

    They will sabotage especially since the russian, trump collusion was fake.

  726. Tina says:

    I know its a slender majority, but they need to stop having ose rs going off reservation because they want to hug a tv camera.

    Mitchie akso wasted months not getting the cabinet picks in and wasting tine looking into fake russian collusion.

  727. lisab says:

    “Fareed Zakaria: “I think the President is somewhat indifferent to things that are true or false. He has spent his whole life bull sh*tting. He has succeeded by bull sh*tting. He has gotten into the Presidency by bull sh*tting. It’s very hard to tell someone at that point that bull sh*t doesn’t work because look at the results right?”

  728. Tina says:

    Zakaria is a bser.

  729. Walt says:

    Oh, and another thing about The Shack…

    When the guy asked God why he was sometimes vengeful and sometimes delivered punishment and the wrath of God on people and smited people who sinned, the Black Woman God denied she ever did any such thing.

    Contrary to what many places in the Bible say…

  730. Cash Cow TM says:

    I sure hope Dave W., Bitter and other Villanova fans have some safe places they can get to…

    When overwhelming disappointment strikes me, I head for the garden shed.

  731. Robbie says:

    Tina is pushing hard to displace Bunu as the chief troll at HHR.

  732. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    March 19, 2017 at 11:03 am
    Tina seems to think McConnell is some kind of DNC plant. McConnell stopped Obama from appointing Scalia’s replacement and halted all Obama’s recess appointments, but, yes, complete RINO.
    I guess Tina wishes Grimes had won back in 2014 since apparently McConnell is doing nothing Grimes wouldn’t do.

    – You’d think much differently (aka irrationally) too if your go-to news sources were Breitbart, Gateway Pundit, and Conservative Treehouse like they are for Tina.

  733. Robbie says:

    If you want to know why I think it’s a mistake to get caught up in tracking polls, just look at Gallup. One week ago today, they had Trump at 45%. Last Tuesday, he was at 38%. Three days later on Friday, he was at 42%. Today, he’s at 37%. Those kinds of moves just aren’t credible and it’s why all tracking polls should be looked suspiciously. Trump didn’t have a good week, but that kind of volatility is ridiculous.

  734. Trump says:

    The Jeb coc-sucker appears to be the only one who keeps bringing up fake polls, and then tries to argue.

    Did anyone else mention Gallup, dingbat moron? And why Gallup, who by their own admission don’t know polling?

  735. Phil says:

    Yeah, Tina. I forgot about Flake.

  736. Cash Cow TM says:

    WVU mens bassetball
    close games this year:

    L 76-77 WVU vs. Texas Tech
    W 74-72 WVU vs. Texas
    W 89-87 WVU vs. OK (OT)
    W 79-75 WVU vs. Kansas
    W 81-77 WVU vs. Texas A&M
    L 80-84 WVU vs Kansas (OT)
    W 89-74 WVU vs. Texas Tech (Double OT)
    W 61-60 WVU vs. Texas
    W 51-50 WVU vs. Kansas St.

  737. PresidentPaul! says:

    GWB gets a tummy rub from Michelle Obama.

    Media trying to normalize America’s worst president W.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/george-w-bush-trump-forget-history_us_58c6e69ee4b0598c66989c6e?section=us_politics

  738. Cash Cow TM says:

    Which of these is not like the others?

    Trump Approve/Disapprove

    +/- March
    -7 3/1-3/3…45-53 CNN/ORCA (1025 Adults)
    +2 3/3-3/7…48-46 RotoREUTERS (1662 Adults)
    -11 3/5-3/7…42-53 GALLUP (1500 Adults)
    -4 3/10-3/14..45-49 RotoREUTERS (1750 Adults)
    -21 3/16-3/18.37-58 GALLUP (1500 Adults)

  739. PresidentPaul! says:

    “Tazer Swift? @CrashinPlanes Mar 17
    More
    Berlusconi: how many levels of disrespecting merkel r u on?

    Trump: like maybe 5 or 6 my dude

    Berlusconi: u are like little baby watch this”

    Berlusconi ‘called Merkel an unfuc1kable lard-ar1se’

    http://www.theweek.co.uk/europe/fall-berlusconi/2191/berlusconi-%E2%80%98called-merkel-unfuc delete-filter-hates-you kable-lard-arse%E2%80%99

  740. Cash Cow TM says:

    DJT Approve/Disapprove
    RV polls
    March

    +3 47-43 3/5 USATODAY
    -2 44-46 3/5 MONMOUTH
    -11 41-52 3/6 QUINNY
    -6 44-50 3/7 ECONOMIST/YOUGOV
    -7 43-50 3/12 PPP
    -7 43-51 3/14 FOX
    -5 44-49 3/14 ECONOMIST/YOUGOV

  741. Cash Cow TM says:

    DJT Approve/Disapprove
    Likely Voters
    March
    -2 49-51 RAS (3/7)
    -4 48-52 RAS (3/16)

  742. Tina says:

    Yup. Phil, bottom line, it is who needs to be the media attention getter.

  743. Tina says:

    “Perhaps most revealing of all are the Democrats on the Senate Intelligence Committee — charged with investigating these matters — who recently told BuzzFeed how petrified they are of what the Democratic base will do if they do not find evidence of collusion, as they now suspect will likely be the case. “There’s a tangible frustration over what one official called ‘wildly inflated’ expectations surrounding the panel’s fledgling investigation,” BuzzFeed’s Ali Watkins wrote.”

    “But with serious doubts — and fears — now emerging about what the Democratic base has been led to believe by self-interested carnival barkers and partisan hacks, there is a sudden, concerted effort to rein in the excesses of this story. With so many people now doing this, it will be increasingly difficult to smear them all as traitors and Russian loyalists, but it may be far too little, too late, given the pitched hysteria that has been deliberately cultivated around these issues for months. Many Democrats have reached the classic stage of deranged conspiracists where evidence that disproves the theory is viewed as further proof of its existence, and those pointing to it are instantly deemed suspect.”

    Add the jebots, goober, and mcamnesty.

  744. PresidentPaul! says:

    Pennsylvania bill would mandate E-Verify

    Pennsylvania lawmakers look to enact strict penalties for employers who hire undocumented immigrant workers

    http://lancasteronline.com/news/politics/pennsylvania-lawmakers-look-to-enact-strict-penalties-for-employers-who/article_4bcd105e-099f-11e7-b946-ab36d2f73cee.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=user-share

  745. PresidentPaul! says:

    More on the rogue judges.

    Dershowitz: Courts Essentially Saying If Obama Issued Trump Travel Ban, It Would Be Constitutional

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/dershowitz-courts-essentially-saying-if-obama-issued-trump-travel-ban-it-would-be-constitutional/

  746. PresidentPaul! says:

    Just as we all expected.

    https://www.infowars.com/nsa-documents-prove-surveillance-on-donald-trump-and-alex-jones


    NSA DOCUMENTS: SURVEILLANCE ON TRUMP, FAMILY… MORE…
    Project Dragnet… “

  747. PresidentPaul! says:

    Santorum says Trump should be surveilled and he should like it! (Trump wiretap making proponents of fake war on terror nervous)

    “Rick Santorum: Donald Trump Is ‘Hurting Himself’ With His Wiretap Obsession”

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/santorum-trump-wiretap_us_58ccb356e4b00705db4fcb70

  748. Robbie says:

    Like I said, Tina is doing her best to knock off Bunu as chief troll at HHR. For every Bunu link to InforWars, Tina matches him with Gateway Pundit and Conservative Treehouse.

  749. Tina says:

    Zzzzz, 761. Phuq off, drat troll

  750. Tina says:

    Jebots are having a bad day, no russian ties, and no evidence of them influencing the election. But lets go,to,war with russia because goober said so.

  751. Tina says:

    When commenting on the basis of the Hawaii judge’s decision Dershowitz said:

    “I actually said that this wasn’t constitutional analysis. It was psychoanalysis. There is precedent in extreme cases where legislators in enacting a statute say things that you can sometimes look to the legislative intent. But I have never heard of a case where the rhetoric of a candidate, ambiguous rhetoric to be sure — because I do not believe this is a Muslim ban —focusing on a country like Iran, the greatest exporter of terrorism, not only no vetting, it sends terrorists out in order to kill Americans.

    Dershowitz on the hawaii ban. He indicated that if the jebots friend, rhe obumbler provided the same eo, it woukd be constitutional.

  752. NYCmike says:

    Robbie would be sure that Obama did it “the right way”.

    Maggie at the NY Times would have told him so.

  753. Tina says:

    With an assist from politico.

  754. Trump says:

    The Jeb coc-sucker is really hurting. The retard cannot answer a simple question.

    Obama surveillance everyone, including the senate. Why would he not wiretap Trump?

  755. Trump says:

    “Inquiry by CIA affirms it spied on Senate panel” – NYT, July 31, 2014.

    Read and weep, Jeb coc-sucker.

  756. Bitterlaw says:

    Dershowitz is a lib but he is brilliant. Even when I disagree with him, I find his analysis interesting.

  757. Trump says:

    From the above, “An internal investigation by the CIA has found that it’s officers penetrated a computer network used by the Senate Intelligence Committee in preparing its admin ing report on the CIA’s detention and interrogation program.”

    “..CIA officers read the emails of the Senate kinvestigators and sent a criminal referral to the Justice Department based on false information…”

  758. Trump says:

    Maybe Diane Feinstein can testify about the surveillance. Or John Brennan, who likely will be in jail if any investigation moves forward.

    More from the above article….

    “Senator Mark Udall, Democrat of Colorado and another member of the Intelligence Committee, demanded Mr. Brennan’s resignation.”

  759. Tina says:

    bl, fair point re him. He does seem objective. He hates the ban btw, but says it is legal.

  760. Trump says:

    And more….

    Senator Harry Reid of Nevada, the majority leader, called the CIA’s actions “appalling.”

  761. Trump says:

    And people wonder why John Roberts ruled for Obamacare? Unexpectedly.

  762. Tina says:

    The maine chicklet wants an expalantion on wiretapping

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/trump-wiretapping-susan-collins-236230

  763. Tina says:

    If u just saw CBS 60minutes abt ripoff H1B visa program is replacing AmWorkers u shld know my/Durbin bill will correct this injustice

    So true sen grassley.

  764. Cash Cow TM says:

    Sesame Street has a new character.
    Julia.
    She is autistic.

    Be prepared for Sesame Street to soon have a muppet in a wheel chair and another who has tourette syndrome and another one who is a transexual and another muppet who mom and dad are both females.

  765. Cash Cow TM says:

    What are they saying about the white house?

    is it white house…

    –security britches?

    –security bitches?

    –security breaches?

    –security beaches?

  766. Walt says:

    DUKE got BEAT?
    AND
    the WVU Women lost to Maryland?

    🙁

    Further busted my bracket…
    Heading for my safe space….move over Villanova fans and let me in the safe space…

  767. Bitterlaw says:

    Get lost, Walt. I am even more devastated. I thought Duke was the team to fear for Villanova. It turned out to be Wisconsin.

  768. Wes says:

    An Oklahoma State Rep was literally caught in bed with a live boy. (In the 1983 Louisiana gubernatorial race against David Treen, Edwin Edwards famously claimed to be able to lose only if caught in bed with a live boy or dead girl.) What’s worse is that the boy was a 17-year-old prostitute.

    Special election, here we come!

  769. NYCmike says:

    http://nypost.com/2017/03/19/guy-wearing-trump-hat-sues-bar-for-refusing-to-serve-him/

    -The bakers in Oregon should call the bar owner in a show of solidarity.

  770. NYCmike says:

    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/324666-philadelphias-largest-cinco-de-mayo-celebration-canceled-over

    -Above, there was a link about PA using E-Verify.

    There have been several companies we did work with in SouthCentral Jersey area that have moved their operations to right outside Philly and also the Easton area. Pretty sure a lot of the workers in those places are illegal. We shall see what happens.

    Should I assume the PA Gov will NOT sign the bill?

  771. NYCmike says:

    http://www.ideasinactiontv.com/tcs_daily/2005/02/sod-off-swampy.html

    “But London traders, just after lunch, are more likely to be powered by two or three pints of strong ale than the milk of human kindness.”

    -A good friend of mine is a commodities guy, and he has some good stories about the amount of alcohol they drink while working in London.

  772. NYCmike says:

    DCCLXXXVII

  773. Wes says:

    DCCLXXXVIII

  774. Bitterlaw says:

    On Friday, there was warning posted in a bathroom at my daughter’s school that students would be killed today. Last night, some students received Snap chat warnings. Several of my daughter’s friends stayed home today. My daughter went to school. We agreed that this was the safest day to go since there will be police at the school. I told her that most killers don’t tell you the date.

  775. Tina says:

    Sen. Rand Paul: Whoever leaked transcript of Michael Flynn’s contacts with Russian ambassador should “go to jail.”

    I agree. Too bad it will not hapoen.

  776. Wes says:

    In the latest “You got punked!” news typical of New Mexico’s most famous psychopath for you Game of Thrones bandwagon jumpers, George R. R. Martin, after claiming to be done with the sixth novel in the Song of Ice and Fire series, is now claiming not to be done with it.

    After six years of working on the book, Martin still isn’t done. Tell me he’s not milking it.

    In contrast, Frank Herbert took three years to complete Dune–a much more ambitious novel than anything in Song of Ice and Fire that still eclipses Martin’s bloated epic in both quality and sales after 52 years in print.

  777. Tina says:

    Donald J. Trump? @realDonaldTrump
    What about all of the contact with the Clinton campaign and the Russians? Also, is it true that the DNC would not let the FBI in to look?

    Add in the contact with the senators, such as goober and mcamnesty. Whoops, cannot go there, they are veterans and untouchable.

  778. NYCmike says:

    “In the latest “You got punked!””

    -Only if you cared…….

  779. Tina says:

    Trump is having a tweet storm. Soon, the jebots will be triggered.

  780. Tina says:

    If there was no surveillance of the Trump Campaign, where did the articles referring to Russian collusion based upon “wiretaps” come from

    The million dolllar question.

  781. biomom says:

    Seems that it is Adam Schiff who is testifying before Congress!, Please stop!,

  782. Robbie says:

    Trump’s tweets about wiretapping will prove to be one of the greatest self inflicted wounds a president has ever suffered. There was never any evidence other than a fake news article from Breitbart, but that’s all Trump needed to launch one of his trademark tweetstorms. His lack of impulse control is simply stunning.

    Trump no longer operates in the NYC tabloid world. In those days, he could say almost anything and face no blowback because he was nothing more than a billionaire real estate developer. Now, he’s the president and the rules that once applied to him are no longer controlling. Everything he says carries the weight of the presidency.

    If trump doesn’t learn the rules of presidency soon, those red hats that say “Make America Great Again” are going to be replaced in 2018 and 2020 with blue hats that say “Trump made the Democrat Party Great Again”.

  783. NYCmike says:

    “If trump doesn’t learn the rules of presidency soon, those red hats that say “Make America Great Again” are going to be replaced in 2018 and 2020 with blue hats that say “Trump made the Democrat Party Great Again””

    -Maybe that will lead to a brokered convention in 2020……?

  784. NYCmike says:

    DCCC

  785. Wobbles says:

    I am so proud. I think they are talking about me…

    “But with serious doubts — and fears — now emerging about what the Democratic base has been led to believe by self-interested carnival barkers and partisan hacks, there is a sudden, concerted effort to rein in the excesses of this story. With so many people now doing this, it will be increasingly difficult to smear them all as traitors and Russian loyalists, but it may be far too little, too late, given the pitched hysteria that has been deliberately cultivated around these issues for months. Many Democrats have reached the classic stage of deranged conspiracists where evidence that disproves the theory is viewed as further proof of its existence, and those pointing to it are instantly deemed suspect.”

  786. Wobbles says:

    But let me first reveal my sources, lest anyone think I made any of this up.

    DKos, Huffington Post, NYT, Ezra Klein, George Stephanoccocus, Obama KommieCON, and Rachel Madcow.

    If these fine examples of unbiased journalism are wrong, I am in good company.

  787. Tina says:

    Cut and oaste from kos.

  788. Robbie says:

    Michael Beschloss?
     @BeschlossDC
    18 seconds ago

    Comey confirms FBI investigating links between Russia and Trump campaign.

  789. Robbie says:

    I always know that my comments have hit the mark because the HHR crybabies immediately run for the cover of their parody screennames to try and knock down my views.

  790. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 10:34 am
    Cut and oaste from kos.

    – Wrong, but you do cut and paste from anti-Semtic websites like Conservative Treehouse and other fakes news sites like Gateway Pundit.

  791. Tina says:

    There is nothing new in your tweet.

  792. Tina says:

    Link that they are anti semtic please.

  793. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 20, 2017 at 10:28 am
    “If trump doesn’t learn the rules of presidency soon, those red hats that say “Make America Great Again” are going to be replaced in 2018 and 2020 with blue hats that say “Trump made the Democrat Party Great Again””
    -Maybe that will lead to a brokered convention in 2020……?

    – If this keeps up and Trump’s approval continues to drop, I suspect there will be a primary challenge to him (Kasich, Rubio maybe). It will fail and Trump will still be the nominee in 2020.

  794. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 10:39 am
    Link that they are anti semtic please.

    – Bless your heart.

  795. Tina says:

    Nunes is falling apart. Typical republicrat ill prepared.

    Russsia hacked the election because russia is in syria.

    Wtf

    Bs.

  796. Trump says:

    Hey Jeb coc-sucker,

    Hasn’t the FBI been saying that it is investigating Russian “meddling” for months? So why is this news?

    Retard.

  797. Tina says:

    Thought so, you have no links, kos.

  798. Trump says:

    Is this what the hearing is?

    That the FBI continues to investigate?

  799. Tina says:

    Nunes statetemtn is not as d as wacko schiff. Jebot conspiracy territory.

  800. Wobbles says:

    I have no problem with the fact there is no evidence that there was any collusion between Trump and the Russians.

    None. Zilch. Nada.

    But I have a BIG problem with the Trump wiretapping claim which in terms of importance is like 2 on a scale of 100 compared to the collusion story.

    But that’s me, I bring hypocrisy to new levels at every opportunity.

  801. Tina says:

    I knew the jebot would melt down. Someasily baited.

  802. Tina says:

    CNN Lies & Is Hitler? @NolteNC
    We knew the FBI was investigating all of this.

    The MSM is pretending we didn’t.

    more FAKE NEWS.

  803. jason says:

    Wobbie follows Michael Bechloss, a flaming liberal “Historian” that every MSM network invites to praise Democratic presidents and attack Republican presidents?

  804. Tina says:

    2m
    Bill Mitchell? @mitchellvii
    By accusing Obama of wiretapping him, Trump cornered the Democrats. If Comey says there is evidence of collusion, there must be wiretaps.

    This is strategery.

  805. Tina says:

    The jebot is cornered and unhinged. I drew him out and he provides a nomsheot tweet, then falsely accuses cth and go for being anti semitic.

    That is kos talking points.

  806. Tina says:

    So Comey has confirmed that the FBI is investigating connections between the “Trump campaign” and Russia. It should be obvious that they cannot carry out such an investigation without surveilling Trump and his campaign therefor this is PROOF that the Obama administration has spied on Trump.

    If they are investigating, they are surveilling. If they are surveilling, they probably wiretapped.

  807. Tina says:

    And dinf, ding, ding, ding…

    Jebots, you are cornered. You cannot admit to one thu without doing the ither thung.

  808. Trump says:

    Now FBI will need to clarify why there was investigation of the Trump campaign, who authorized it, and when?

  809. Tina says:

    Rick Klein? @rickklein
    Nunes seems to be helping WH argument here. No one is seriously arguing that Russian tampering changed vote counts.

    Untrues, drats and jebots are arguing this.

  810. Tina says:

    Notice how the media is literalky saying obama did not wire tap him, obama did not oersonalky do it.

  811. Trump says:

    Nixon did not personally order the Watergate break-in either.

  812. Tina says:

    Thats the standard if not ordered personally, no evidence of wiretapping.

  813. Tina says:

    BREAKING: Devin Nunes: There was no “physical wire tap of Trump tower,” but it’s possible “other surveillance activities” were used.

    Wiretapping

  814. Tina says:

    Who ordered the surveillance?

  815. NYCmike says:

    “18 seconds ago”

    -Robbie’s back!!!

  816. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 10:49 am
    The jebot is cornered and unhinged. I drew him out and he provides a nomsheot tweet, then falsely accuses cth and go for being anti semitic.
    That is kos talking points.

    – Sweetheart, you’re so lost you’ll never be found. You’re nothing but a low grade troll who uses Breitbart, Gateway Pundit, and other fake news to back up your irrationality.

    Quoting Nick Nolte doesn’t support your opinions. They confirm your lunacy. You are so far afield from the person who posted here in 2004, 2006, and 2008 I have to wonder if someone has stolen your screen name.

  817. NYCmike says:

    “– Sweetheart”

    -“CG” may be here shortly, seeing as how Robbie has become so immoral and “Trump-like”.

  818. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 20, 2017 at 11:06 am
    “18 seconds ago”
    -Robbie’s back!!!

    – Let’s be clear, NYCMike. You don’t care how quickly something is reposted here. What bothers you is whether or not it confirms the views you hold.

  819. Tina says:

    Jebot unhinged.

  820. Tina says:

    Again link please of the anti semitism.

  821. Tina says:

    So, not siretapped, but surveilled.

    Not obama, but by whom?

  822. Robbie says:

    This hearing is a real disaster for Trump. The FBI has confirmed they are investigating ties between the Trump campaign and Russia and Comey also said there is no evidence to support Trump’s wiretapping tweets.

    Maybe the fallout from this will force Trump to reassess how he has operated these first two months.

  823. Tina says:

    This is a real disaster for the ibama because he ordered the wiretap or surveillance of a presidential candidate.

  824. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 11:10 am
    Jebot unhinged.

    – You’re the one quoting Nick Nolte. That’s unhinged.

  825. Tina says:

    I have no information that supports those tweets.” — FBI Director James Comey

    Lol comedy.

    What surveillance techniques were used. Who leaked what and when?

  826. Tina says:

    Provide the links, kos.

  827. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 11:14 am
    This is a real disaster for the ibama because he ordered the wiretap or surveillance of a presidential candidate.

    – Comey says there’s no evidence to support Trump’s wire tap claims.

    Tina somehow believes that means bad news for Obama (she wrote ibama).

    That’s the very example of unhinged.

  828. jason says:

    The Dems call for an investigation for which there is no evidence.

    Then when the FBI says ok, we will investigate, the Dems and Wobbie start shouting:

    “OMG there is an investigation!”

  829. NYCmike says:

    “What bothers you is whether or not it confirms the views you hold.”

    -What “view” is that, Robbie?

    If Trump is found to have Russian ties, he may be removed, and Pence takes over.

    I would not consider that a terrible development.

    Of course, any of those “Russian ties” would mean that Trump got them to do what the media would not: investigate Hillary and the Clinton campaign and ALL of their lies.

    The TRUTH about Hillary, thru Wikileaks, set us free.

    I am not sure why you are so worried about that.

  830. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 11:15 am
    I have no information that supports those tweets.” — FBI Director James Comey
    Lol comedy.
    What surveillance techniques were used. Who leaked what and when?

    – Meth is a heck of drug.

  831. Trump says:

    Coc-sucker Robbie

    Simple q: if there is no evidence, then why is FBI investigating?

    Who authorized it, when and why?

  832. Tina says:

    Home Science and Technology Computers and Electrical Engineering Computers and Computing Wiretapping
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    WIRETAPPING AND EAVESDROPPING

    Wiretapping and electronic eavesdropping are two types of electronic surveillance that play vital roles in criminal investigations. Wiretapping involves the use of covert means to intercept, monitor, and record telephone conversations of individuals. Electronic eavesdropping may involve the placement of a “bug” inside private premises to secretly record conversations, or the use of a “wired” government informant to record conversations that occur within the informant’s earshot. Both wiretapping and electronic eavesdropping enable the government to monitor and record conversations and activities without revealing the presence of government listening devices.

    Comedy is funny

  833. Tina says:

    Wiretapping and surveillance are interchangeable words.

  834. NYCmike says:

    Robbie,

    What “view” am I beholden to? Please tell me.

  835. Tina says:

    With the confirmation, we have evidence that trump was surveilled, whike he was a presidential candidate.

    This is beyond nixon and watergate.

  836. jason says:

    I wonder if Comey had said we will investigate Trump’s wiretapping claims in Wobbie would be here shouting:

    “OMG, this must be true, the FBI is investigating”.

  837. jason says:

    Nixon did not personally order the Watergate break-in either.”

    Correct. Nixon’s problem was the cover-up.

    Had he fired everyone that was involved in the break-in at the outset he would have not had to resign, there was nothing to tie him to the break-in.

  838. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 20, 2017 at 11:18 am
    The Dems call for an investigation for which there is no evidence.
    Then when the FBI says ok, we will investigate, the Dems and Wobbie start shouting:
    “OMG there is an investigation!”

    – Defend Trump in the areas where he’s worth defending. Don’t do so in the areas he’s not worth defending.

    There was no collusion between Trump and his campaign with Russia. It’s a stupid charge.

    That said, Trump is not worth defending on the wiretaps. He made up the charge and only Tina, who is pushing Bunu to be the new chief troll here, is willing to defend it.

  839. Tina says:

    I hope someone asks Comey WHEN did he start investing Trump AND did he share this information with his boss – Barack Obama.

    Please thus is a pertinent question.

  840. Tina says:

    Whoops, comedy slios up. Indicates a president can order a wire tap.

    We were to,d here that was not possiible.

  841. jason says:

    Also, had the taken all the tapes right at the outset and made a bonfire of them in the WH lawn, he probably would have survived even the cover-up.

    But he wanted to protect the tapes for his “legacy”.

  842. NYCmike says:

    Robbie is a UNITER!

    Only he could Unite jason, Tina, “T Rump, and myself.

    Great job.

    14 seconds ago….

  843. Phil says:

    Would have been a whole lot easier to focus solely on the illegal leaking of classified information. This is IMPORTANT. If Trump had not lost his mind and claimed his phones were tapped by Obama, Democrats would be entirely on defense.

    I’m all for exposing Democratic hanky panky and particularly something as serious as a sitting president tapping a presidential candidate – but if you don’t have the goods on Obama STFU. You hurt your credibility and give Democrats something to distract from the real issue – leaking classified information and the masked name of an American citizen.

  844. Tina says:

    Questioned answered?

    7/16.

  845. Trump says:

    So Comey agrees that Trump is being investigated? What methods are being used, and under whose authority?

    Questions that the Jeb coc-sucker is willfully ignoring.

  846. jason says:

    He made up the charge”

    Doesn’t sound to me “he made up the charge”.

    Seems like with all that is going on, it wasn’t an unreasonable inference.

  847. Trump says:

    Phil, you are a moron…the president runs the admin, if any agency ordered trump surveillance and investigation, the president is responsible.

  848. Robbie says:

    Phil nailed it.

    Trump’s crazy claims have overshadowed the legitimate concerns about illegal leaking.

  849. Trump says:

    No, Phil did not nail it…all admin actions are under the authority of the president, Jeb coc-sucker

  850. Trump says:

    Is it your contention, coc-sucker Robbie, that Trumps accusation was that Obama personally went to the. Trump Tower to install phone taps?

  851. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 20, 2017 at 11:28 am
    He made up the charge”
    Doesn’t sound to me “he made up the charge”.
    Seems like with all that is going on, it wasn’t an unreasonable inference.

    – Basing such a serious charge on a Mark Levin inspired Breitbart article was insane.

    Whether or not it was reasonable to infer something might have happened, it was not reasonable to tweet about it.

    Trump has the entire government at his finger tips, yet he didn’t bother to check with those who would know.

  852. Tina says:

    Surveilled since july

    Who ordered it?

    Pass the popcorn.

  853. Tina says:

    The drats, comedy, and rogers are cornered.

    Now, execute order 66 and lets go into the kill.

    Who ordered the juky surveillance? What methids of surveilkance were used, when, hiw, why, etc.

  854. Trump says:

    The Jeb coc-sucker seems to think that , since Obama did not go the Trump Tower, there was no wiretapping or surveillance.

    Behold what sucking on Jeb’s knobs does to the brain.

  855. Tina says:

    It is beginning to look like the ibumbler surveilled the opposition presidential candidate for no apparent legal reason.

  856. Trump says:

    Who said Trump did not check, coc-sucker?

    Baby steps, retard.

    So now it is clear that there was surveillance. Next step, why? Then, who initiated it?

  857. Tina says:

    Mr Comey, was there any kind of electronic surveillance of Trump during the election ordered by anyone? If so, by whom?”

  858. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    March 20, 2017 at 11:33 am
    Is it your contention, coc-sucker Robbie, that Trumps accusation was that Obama personally went to the. Trump Tower to install phone taps?

    – My view is there was no specifically ordered surveillance of Trump or his campaign ordered by the Obama government. That doesn’t mean some of his associates weren’t unintentionally surveilled when they spoke with foreigners who were under surveillance. That’s how Flynn got surveilled.

  859. jason says:

    asing such a serious charge on a Mark Levin inspired Breitbart article was insane.”

    Zzzzzz.

    You know for a fact it was inspired by the Breitbart article, or is this just one of your MSM inspired fantasies?

  860. Trump says:

    Peel the onion.

  861. Tina says:

    Comedy, do you deny all forms of wiretapping?

    Come on rs do your jobs.

  862. jason says:

    Wobbie annonunces with no evidence that Trump was “inspired” by Breitbart, then whines about no evidence on wiretapping.

  863. Tina says:

    – My view is there was no specifically ordered surveillance of Trump or his campaign ordered by the Obama government. That doesn’t mean some of his associates weren’t unintentionally surveilled when they spoke with foreigners who were under surveillance. That’s how Flynn got surveilled.

    Refuted today. Your belief is not valid.

  864. Robbie says:

    Looks like Brit Hume has been co-opted by the left if I’m to believe HHR.

    Brit Hume?
     @brithume
    2 minutes ago

    Guaranteed main headline from Comey/Rogers hearing: FBI confirms probe into Russian influence/collusion with Trump campaign in ’16 campaign.

  865. Tina says:

    Comedy hust said trump has been under surveillance since 7/16. You shoukd then ask, who orderrd it and what methids were used?

    Surveillance and wiretapping are one and the same, no matter hiw comedy tries to split hairs.

  866. Trump says:

    Wow, this guy is the stupidest moron this side of Jeb.

    If there was surveillance, it had to be by the Obama government. Yet this retard says it was not the Obama government.

    Was the another government in 2016 that we don’t know about, kook?

    Are you hallucinating about the Jeb government?

  867. Phil says:

    No, I am not a moron. I look forward to Trump releasing the proof that Obama did what he said he did. Where is it? If he doesn’t have any he is playing right into the hands of the Democrats and their media lap dogs. Just gives the left the opportunity to focus on Trump. It’s aint rocket science. Having the FBI director and NSA head state their is no evidence isn’t exactly the headline Trump needs right now. Unfortunately that will be the headline that comes out of these hearings all courtesy of Donald Trump.

  868. jason says:

    Brit Hume is correct.

    MSM will run with this as if its something new.

  869. Tina says:

    Gowdy has comedy stumbling. Keep,digging.

    Pass more popcorn.

  870. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 20, 2017 at 11:36 am
    asing such a serious charge on a Mark Levin inspired Breitbart article was insane.”
    Zzzzzz.
    You know for a fact it was inspired by the Breitbart article, or is this just one of your MSM inspired fantasies?

    – His staff believes the Breitbart article was the impetus. That’s what Robert Costa and other have reported.

    But let’s review the timeline. Mark Levin rants on Thursday night, Breitbart writes a story on Friday, Trump tweets about wiretapping on Saturday morning. All just coincidence?

  871. Tina says:

    Awesome job gowdy

    Comey won’t assure American people that leaks of classified intel will be investigated. Gowdy incredulous.

  872. Trump says:

    Sorry, Phil, you are a moron.

    Having the FBI admit it is investigating is proof that trump was being surveilled.

    Proven.

    The q is why, and who authorized it?

  873. jason says:

    CNN’s headline is

    “FBI:Russina collusion possible”

    Will Wobbie whine about this obvious FAKE NEWS headline?

    I doubt it.

  874. Robbie says:

    Trump is coming to Louisville tonight to hold a rally. After today’s events, you can bet he is going to unload in his speech.

  875. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 20, 2017 at 11:45 am
    CNN’s headline is
    “FBI:Russina collusion possible”
    Will Wobbie whine about this obvious FAKE NEWS headline?
    I doubt it.

    – I’ve said repeatedly the story is crap. You’ve ignored those comments because you’re only interested in focusing on my comments with which you don’t agree.

  876. Trump says:

    Real headline is,

    FBI confirms that Trump was being surveilled.

  877. Phil says:

    Comey made it clear the leakers will get away scott free.

  878. Tina says:

    Gowdy owns comedy

    Bad day formthe fbi director.

  879. Tina says:

    There is no denial that the ibumbler admin surveiled trump.

    None.

    Also, no evidence of any collusion.

    If you read the ny times, the fbi was already investigating.

  880. Tina says:

    So, big nothingburger re collussion.

    Cocner about the surveillance by the prev admin over a major party candidate. Not democratic by any firm.

  881. Phil says:

    The FBI director said point blank there was no evidence Trump was tapped by the Obama administration.

    Do I believe that? Probably no – but that will be today’s headline nonetheless – unfortunately.

  882. Trump says:

    You need to read more carefully, Phil.

    Comey did not say that “there was no evidence Trump was tapped by the Obama administration”.

    Read his exact words.

  883. jason says:

    “His staff believes the Breitbart article was the impetus. That’s what Robert Costa and other have reported.”

    LOL… WObbie is a clown.

  884. jason says:

    What did Rachel Madcow report?

  885. jason says:

    Comey also did not say collusion was “possible” as per CNN headline.

    He said the investigation on Russian interference would include allegations of collusion with Trump associates, which we already knew.

    But of course Wobbie will jump on any MSM bandwagon.

  886. Trump says:

    Phil, since you seem unable to comprehend, here’s Comey’s exact words:

    “I have no information that supports those tweets.”

    No word on Obama administration, no word on whether there was surveillance of Trump.

  887. NYCmike says:

    ” You’ve ignored those comments because you’re only interested in focusing on my comments with which you don’t agree.”

    -Actually, I am only interested in your comments to get a good laugh out of them.

    You have been proven wrong over the past several months, simply because you refuse to wait a day or two, or three, to see what happens.

  888. Barrett says:

    This is just a mess.

    If Trump is wrong about the wiretapping claim, then so be it. We can move on.

    I’m more interested into Russian interference in a U.S. election. It doesn’t matter who it affects (whether it be democrat or republican), it should not be tolerated, and Russia should pay a heavy price.

  889. Barrett says:

    And #901 – Rachel Maddow is permanently listed as a joke in my book. After that whole tax mess that pretty much vindicated Trump of any wrong doing.

    She’s incompetent, and her sarcasm is nauseating.

  890. Robbie says:

    I haven’t heard Rush Limbaugh spin this hard since the CIA leak investigation case in the Summer of 2005. He was wrong then and he’s wrong now. Trump’s wire tap tweets have seriously harmed the effectiveness of his presidency.

  891. Trump says:

    Fu jk off, Robbie.

    Nobody believes a word you say. Proven liar.

  892. Trump says:

    Go suck on Jeb’s knob, retro Robbie.

  893. Trump says:

    Why don’t you regale us with brokered convention nonsense? That is more your level.

  894. Trump says:

    Or the famine of 1948.

  895. Robbie says:

    Can anyone recommend a good anger management therapist for soccerguru? Can we at least get him some blood pressure medicine?

  896. Trump says:

    Why don’t you go f uck yourself, retard?

  897. Big E says:

    If the FIB and the NSA said that Russia did not interfere with US elections then the bigger question is why did Obama expel Russian diplomats and impose sanctions. This seems to be a bigger scandal than wiretaps.

  898. Trump says:

    There is no more retarded monkey than you, Robbie.

  899. Robbie says:

    Maybe soccerguru just missed his nap and is bit fussy.

  900. Trump says:

    The only relevant point seems to be that the FBI has no information. On anything.

    Neither Russian involvement in election, wiretapping.

    Do they have info that today is Monday?

  901. Trump says:

    Have you missed Jeb’s di ck today, Robbie?

  902. Trump says:

    Yes or no.

  903. Tina says:

    Jebot, where is the anti semitism link.

  904. Tina says:

    FBI Director Refuses to Tell Congress If He Discussed Gen. Michael Flynn’s Phone Calls with Obama (VIDEO)

    Big red flag here.

    Comedy is not doing well

  905. Tina says:

    The fbi hypotheses iabout the russians hating hillary is weak.

  906. Tina says:

    FBI Director Comey refuses to deny he briefed President Obama on calls made by Michael Flynn to Russia.

    Breaking!!!!

  907. Bitterlaw says:

    In news that matters to me – All is well at my daughter’s school. No violence. The usual teasing and shaming of each other according to middle school rules continues.

  908. Robbie says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    March 20, 2017 at 1:26 pm
    In news that matters to me – All is well at my daughter’s school. No violence. The usual teasing and shaming of each other according to middle school rules continues.

    – Good. We had spate of stories like that here. Many of my friends chose to keep their children home from school on those days, but nothing bad happened.

  909. Robbie says:

    Tina’s posts almost totally mirror John Nolte’s Twitter feed.

  910. Tina says:

    Again losah, where is the link, kos kiddo.

  911. Tina says:

    Kos posts mirror kos.

  912. Tina says:

    NSA Director Rogers testified that Russia has been trying to influence American elections “for decades.”

    Lol

  913. Tina says:

    Comedy is wounded.

    Time to go in formthe political kill.

  914. Trump says:

    The retarded monkey Robbie is a Jeb acolyte who has never gotten past the Jeb suckage stage of life.

    His posts are prime evidence.

  915. Tina says:

    I am comfused, comedy said not for decades, just because the russians despised hillary?

  916. Tina says:

    We watched the FBI director, confirm that Trump’s associates are being investigated, in spite of the fact, the NSA official saying there was no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and RussiA.

  917. Tina says:

    Comedy and Rogers are not on the same page.

    Nsa and fbi are in trouble.

  918. Tina says:

    Alarming

    FBI Director Comey admits Obama’s White House had ability to “unmask” American citizens. https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=eI8Eag_9LJ8

  919. Bitterlaw says:

    Robbie – I told my daughter that she has to live her life. If somebody wants to kill students they could have done it last week, last month, this coming Friday or any other day. Just being honest. Not trying to freak her out. She gets the point.

  920. NYCmike says:

    “Tina’s posts almost totally mirror John Nolte’s Twitter feed.”

    -Robbie,

    Nobody is treating Tina’s posts as gospel.

    What are your sources, links, proof? Link to them and let us decide, instead of coming hear making announcements as if GOD handed them down to you.

  921. NYCmike says:

    Tina gives Youtube links to see Comey speak directly to Congress.

    Robbie gives……..still waiting…..

  922. Trump says:

    Isn’t Jeb-induced retardness enough? What more proof do you want?

  923. Tina says:

    The jebot is mad because congress wasted 4 hours to tell us no russian trump collusion.

    And obama wiretapped trump.

  924. jason says:

    NSA Director Rogers testified that Russia has been trying to influence American elections “for decades.”

    And the Democrats didn’t nothing about it…

    Maybe they thought the Russians were targeting Republicans.

  925. jason says:

    Comey will be the Dems hero again tonight.

    If later he says there is no collusion, he will be their goat again.

    Poor bastard always on a roller coaster.

  926. Tina says:

    And the never trumpers and the jebots hero.

  927. Barrett says:

    Soccer Moron, I’m usually the last person to say this but seriously, cool it with the language. What is wrong with you?

  928. Tina says:

    And no need to attack phil, who is a solid poster here.

  929. Trump says:

    Mind your own businesses.

  930. Robbie says:

    Big E says:
    March 20, 2017 at 1:08 pm
    If the FIB and the NSA said that Russia did not interfere with US elections then the bigger question is why did Obama expel Russian diplomats and impose sanctions. This seems to be a bigger scandal than wiretaps.

    – I think it’s as simple as Obama wanted to box in Trump on Russia. He wanted to create a political mess for Trump.

  931. Trump says:

    The only mess is in the minds of trump haters.

    Meanwhile, Gorsuch is sailing through on his nomination.

  932. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    March 20, 2017 at 2:05 pm
    “Tina’s posts almost totally mirror John Nolte’s Twitter feed.”
    -Robbie,
    Nobody is treating Tina’s posts as gospel.
    What are your sources, links, proof? Link to them and let us decide, instead of coming hear making announcements as if GOD handed them down to you.

    – Tina’s an alt-right troll. Reposting the views of John Nolte or GatewayPundit is not to be treated with any respect.

    While I often disagree with you on tactics, I know you’re not an alt-right troll. You don’t regurgitate clownish views from discredited people.

  933. Tina says:

    Robbie is a kos kiddo.

    Him and poster cg.

  934. Tina says:

    Tactics, like broken up convention.

  935. Tina says:

    Again link to the anti semtism of gp and cth p. That woukd be nice, but since you had a few hours to provide it, you just cannot.

  936. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 2:46 pm
    Again link to the anti semtism of gp and cth p. That woukd be nice, but since you had a few hours to provide it, you just cannot.

    – Mark Levin called Conservative Treehouse an anti-Semitic website.

    http://www.mediaite.com/online/mark-levin-scolds-palin-for-linking-to-an-anti-semitic-website-to-slam-cruz/

    Here’s what Redstate had to say about Conservative Treehouse’s main poster, Sundance.

    “Second, Sundance, the TreeHouse’s primary writer, is a major league anti-Semite and he has a personal thing against Mark Levin.”

    http://www.redstate.com/diary/ulyssesarn/2016/04/08/cleaning-mess-trump-supporters-made-internet/

  937. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 2:45 pm
    Robbie is a kos kiddo.
    Him and poster cg.

    – First, I’ve never visited Daily Kos.

    Second take a course on grammar. It’s “he” not “him”.

  938. Cash Cow TM says:

    First day of Spring!

    So…who is giving away some freebies?

    Cow wants some.

  939. Tina says:

    You are upset with the hearing, i understand your concenr, paper plane crasher.

  940. Tina says:

    Those links prove nothing. Mark Levine was outted and it seems like an r vs r dispute.

    And what about gp?

  941. Big E says:

    The same way Trump boxed the dems in on wiretapping and surveillance.

    Wars have been started for less.

    Basically everybody is then making stuff up and getting the left and right sided media to push thrir propaganda.

    This is all a big dog and pony show. If the truth ever came out both sides would be mortally wounded. Both sides are complicit. What you see today is government protecting the government. The powers that be want this to end.

  942. Tina says:

    If we find the leakers, i bet they lead directly to the obumbler.

  943. Cash Cow TM says:

    DJT Appr/Disappr
    Gallup

    Trump coming BACK!
    Closing yesterdays 21 point gap to only down 16 today!

    Where will he be by April?

    Let’s see…5 point gain each day…10 days left in March…HE WILL BE UP BY 34!

  944. Tina says:

    The main issue is that the obumbler admin wire tapped or surveil the major opposition candidate running against his party.

    Makes watergate look like a picnic.

  945. Tina says:

    What crime is comedy investigating?

  946. Sean says:

    Listening to Gorsuch’s remarks – he’s hitting the ball out of the park. Slam dunk of a nominee, DJT.

  947. Tina says:

    What are gorsuchs views on illegals and the president?

  948. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 3:04 pm
    You are upset with the hearing, i understand your concenr, paper plane crasher.

    – So I provide alt-right troll Tina with links suggesting Conservative Treehouse is anti-Semitic and she engages in her usual deflection. The one exception is she didn’t use her safe word Sopan. Sad!

  949. Tina says:

    FBI Director Comey: fmr. DNI Clapper “right” to say no evidence of collusion between Russia and Trump Campaign. #ComeyHearing

  950. Tina says:

    Zzzz, that is not anti semitism. That is r vs r dispute over the 2016 pres candidate, kos kido.

  951. Tina says:

    Kos kiddo is reaching too. What a loser.

  952. Tina says:

    Does gowdy get another round to beat down, comedy, or is the shiw over with?

  953. Robbie says:

    Grey cloud? This can’t be. The HHR flat Earth caucus has assured me Trump is winning this hearing.

    Alex Seitz-Wald?
     @aseitzwald
    14 minutes ago

    Nunes conclude hearing by telling Comey he put “a big gray cloud” over WH today, asks him to finish probe as quickly as possible.

  954. Trump says:

    The Jeb coc-sucker thinks this is a grey cloud. A nothing burger with no information that everyone didn’t know.

    And, meanwhile, Gorsuch had a senate hearing too.

  955. Trump says:

    Trump, you magnificent bast ard!

  956. Tina says:

    The rats are trapped. Soon the leakers will be exposed.

    Pass more popcorn.

  957. Tina says:

    Yup no wiretapping 8 mo investigation.

  958. Bitterlaw says:

    Breaking News:

    217 investigations of 2016 Presidential Election on pace to be concluded by 2023.

  959. Trump says:

    Well, something has to keep the retard monkey Robbie engaged.

  960. jason says:

    Wobbie is just a useful idiot.

    Incapable of an independent thought unless he reads it in the MSM.

    He is the MSM’s best hope. A lot of people have caught on, but there are still a lot of Wobbies around that think the MSM provides unbiased journalism.

  961. Trump says:

    “George Soros-aligned group weighs funding anti-Trump activists”

    If the retard Robbie is not getting paid, here’s the opportunity.

  962. Trump says:

    The above is from USA Today, the avowed alt-right rag.

  963. janz says:

    Gorsuch gave a commendable speech, as did Ben Sasse. Sometimes the R’s take on an almost zen reasonableness to their words, while the dems simply come off as “nuts.”

  964. Robbie says:

    Jason

    Is Jim Geraghty a useful idiot incapable of independent thought unless he reads it from the MSM?

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/445929/donald-trump-obama-wiretap-allegation-self-inflicted-political-wound

    He makes many of the same points I have. Most notably at the end, he says Trump needs to realize the rules that governed his NYC tabloid days don’t work in the presidency.

  965. Trump says:

    Yes, he is a rabid NeverTrumper. Just like you, retarded monkey.

    One trump hater quoting another. Will wonders never cease?

    And nro, the nevertrump bible.

  966. Trump says:

    Gee, I wonder how that nevertrumpism turn out.

  967. janz says:

    With all the hoopla over possible collusion between Trump and Russia, the MSM seems blind, deaf and dumb to any investigation of ties between Russia and Hillary, such as what was disclosed in this Free Beacon piece: Top Democratic Lobbyist bundlers Tied to Russian Interests.

  968. Trump says:

    Meanwhile, in the real world, While the nevertrumpers, Dems and assorted loons chase their tails, the real work gets done.

    “Trump to Huddle Tuesday with House Republicans on Obamacare”

    “Gorsuch Could Benefit from Hill Distractions as Hearings Begin”

    “Ryan: Obamacare Repeal will pass Thursday, Trump a ‘Great Closer'”

  969. Tina says:

    This was a big nothingburger.

    Truump cleared

    Drats and jebots wearing tinfoil hats.

    Gorsuch so imoressive.

  970. Tina says:

    I still do not know what comedy is imvestigating.

  971. Tina says:

    But a yuge day for trump.

    Rally tonight too.

    Pass the popcorn.

  972. Tina says:

    Hmm, interesting non question, whichnshould have been asked

    Did comedy or rogers unmask flynn

  973. Trump says:

    Comey is investigating whatever was discussed between Loretta lynch and Bill Clinton on the airport Tarmac.

  974. Tina says:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/DBloom451

    Trump still punching. Jts the obumbler on the corrupt, iran deal,and leaving iraq.

  975. Tina says:

    Lou Dobbs? @LouDobbs

    FBI’s Comey says no evidence of @POTUS-Russia collusion – @POTUS slams allegations as fake news @newtgingrich joins #Dobbs FBN7p #MAGA

  976. Big Joe says:

    OK Dave, new poll.

    Getting nasty in GA-6. It’s my neighboring CD, has a R lean and went for The Donald by 1 point. It’s a jungle primary with the top two moving on to the championship round.

    Ossoff (D) 41%
    Handel (R) 16%
    Gray (R) 16%

    http://zpolitics.com/exclusive-poll-ossoff-strengthens-lead-gop-candidates-battle-runoff/?utm_medium=email

  977. Big Joe says:

    Looking at it another way…

    R candidates: 47%
    D candidates 44%

    Big Joe

  978. Wobbles says:

    Comey is investigating whatever was discussed between Loretta lynch and Bill Clinton on the airport Tarmac.”

    I read somewhere that they discussed the weather and Bill got Loretta’s recipe for crab dip.

  979. Bitterlaw says:

    M

  980. Bitterlaw says:

    daMn

  981. Tina says:

    We need to build the wall around the jersey.

  982. Robbie says:

    You tell how worried Tina is about her man T just by the shear amount of posting she’s done today.

  983. Wobbles says:

    How do you know? Were you here all day to?

    You are attacted to anti-Trump news like a maggot to roadkill.

    When Trump had a few non-controversial weeks you were rarer than rocking horse turds.

    I am sure it was a coincidence.

  984. jason says:

    Damm, Wobbles stole my post.

    I hope there is an investigation.

  985. jason says:

    Wobbie does do the impossible, uniting Trump supporters and non-supporters alike.

    Here at HHR, that is a challenge.

    I guess Wobbie’s posts are so asinine we finally agree on something.

  986. Tina says:

    Yes, inhad to make up fir my absence months ago. I am not worried, but you are, kos kiddo.

  987. Tina says:

    You and cg were here calling people russian, etc prior to the election. I am sorry you can not find any connections. I am sirry sopan deb told youmotherwise and you fell for it.

  988. Robbie says:

    Always funny when Jason uses one of his parody screen names and then follows it up under his normal screen name and claims the parody stole his thoughts.

  989. Robbie says:

    Andrew Napolitano taken off the air at FoxNews for pushing the claim British GCHQ surveilled Trump for Obama.

    http://www.mediaite.com/uncategorized/report-fox-news-pulls-judge-andrew-napolitano-following-trump-wiretap-comments/

  990. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 20, 2017 at 8:24 pm
    You and cg were here calling people russian, etc prior to the election. I am sorry you can not find any connections. I am sirry sopan deb told youmotherwise and you fell for it.

    – Don’t lump me in with Corey, Tina troll. My issues with Trump were about temperament. Corey had his own bag of problems with Trump.

  991. Phil says:

    How about Maddow, MSNBC pull her too?

  992. Tina says:

    I lump you two as two drat trolls, kos kiddo.

  993. Tina says:

    Dots connected

    5h
    Bill Mitchell? @mitchellvii
    Comey NEVER said Trump was NOT surveilled and he refused to say what he discussed with Obama about Trump/Russia.

    Connect the dots.

  994. Tina says:

    Per gp, cheetomboy is off the meds

    Glenn Beck Trashes Tomi Lahren for Being Pro-Choice — But He Endorsed Radical Pro-Abortion Hillary Clinton

    He also endorsed ibama, yet he claims to be a conservative.

  995. Bitterlaw says:

    How about we cut out 300 future posts?

    Robbie hates Trump – possibly due to Trump stealing JEB!’s spotlight and the nomination.

    Tina hates everybody except Trump because Trump fights everybody.

    There. Take the rest of the night off.

  996. Tina says:

    Bl, i like you, i would hire you for my lawyah, if i first had a few shots of limomcello.

    Plus, since Imwas on hiatus for a few months, i deserve a few hundred extra posts.

  997. jason says:

    Robbie hates Trump – possibly due to Trump stealing JEB!’s spotlight and the nomination”

    Possibly?

    He can’t forgive either Rubio or Trump because they dared run against the “clear the field” juggernaut.

  998. Proud Obamacon says:

    FBI confirms it is investigating Trump-Russia ties during the election. That Russia intended to help Trump and hurt Clinton. FBI shoots down Obama wiretapping claims.

    And yet Tina thinks this was a great day for Trump.

    WORST.PRESIDENT.EVER

  999. Proud Obamacon says:

    Ivanka getting security clearance will have an office in the West Wing.

    It’s all good right. I’m sure that would have been just fine if it were Chelsea getting all these goodies! LOL

    MOST.CORRUPT.ADMINISTRATION

  1000. jason says:

    Always funny when Jason uses one of his parody screen names and then follows it up under his normal screen name and claims the parody stole his thoughts.”

    Wobbie is brilliant, I tell you.

    He figured it out when I said the parody stole my post….

  1001. Tina says:

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/03/20/it-took-a-freshman-gop-congresswoman-to-pull-the-mask-from-fbi-director-comey/#more-130253

    Interesting read about the freshman r representative and comedy, it is evident that the obumbker was informed and congress was not.

  1002. jason says:

    Ivanka getting security clearance will have an office in the West Wing.”

    Hey ObamaKommiecon, did you whine when Clinton gave his wife an office in the West Wing and charged her with a new HC system? You know, 1/6th of the economy? Hillary, whose knowledge of health care was what, zilch?

  1003. Proud Obamacon says:

    #995 And don’t forget that if Ossoff gets 50% on the first shot, then he wins outright! It starts in GA-6. Flip Price’s seat!

  1004. jason says:

    ObamaCON is so stupid he doesn’t realize he should be happy Ivanka has a WH job, she is a flaming liberal.

  1005. jason says:

    It starts in GA-6. Flip Price’s seat!”

    Let’s see if ObamaSovietCON’s “predictions” have improved any….

    “We got AZ, now we are going for Texas”

  1006. jason says:

    So ObamaSovietCON, did you think it was corrupt when Clinton appointed his wife to revamp the nation’s health care system?

    Yes or no?

  1007. jason says:

    ObamaSovietCON, did you think it “corrupt” for Donna Brazile, former DNC head, to give the debate questions to Hillary?

    Did you think it was corrupt for Podesta to collude with journalists on what news to print, and to have him “clear” their stories?

  1008. Proud Obamacon says:

    LOL Jason has nothing to say about the current corrupt adminstration but wants to keep bringing up Hillary. Obsessed much bro? LOLLLLL

    WORST.ADMIN.EVAHHHHHHHH

  1009. PresidentPaul! says:

    Rand Paul on Neil Cavuto today discussing the state of the GOP bill

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8B88LscqV70&feature=youtu.be

  1010. PresidentPaul! says:

    Paul introduced the stop arming ISIS bill last week aimed at McCain and this week he introduced…

    Rand Paul introduces the most sweeping reform of civil asset forfeiture law in decades

    http://rare.us/rare-politics/populist/rand-paul-introduces-the-most-sweeping-reform-of-civil-asset-forfeiture-law-in-decades/?utm_content=buffer0897a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

    “Sen. Rand Paul has long taken the lead in calling for the reform of civil asset forfeiture laws, a controversial police practice in which authorities basically steal the property of citizens without due process and little recourse. Billions have been seized from citizens by the police based on nothing more than suspicion, which many see as a direct violation of the Fifth Amendment.

    It’s state-sanctioned theft. “Under civil forfeiture laws, your property is guilty until you prove it innocent,” says the Institute for Justice’s Scott Bullock.

    On Thursday, Sen. Paul reintroduced FAIR (Fifth Amendment Integrity Restoration) Act, which specifically addresses victims of civil asset forfeiture who have not been convicted of a crime.”

  1011. jason says:

    Hey Bunu, tell Rand Paul to take a flying leap into a lake.

  1012. Wes says:

    In the randomized idiocy category, RRH considers Maxim to be a pornographic magazine.

    That’s like saying LisaB’s busty or Bunu’s sane. One automatically loses all credibility with such a statement.

  1013. Tina says:

    Per marketwatch, it looks like ryancare is in trouble. This was a mistake for trump to push. Mhe should have pushed repeal first, and then negotiate a new bill that had better market reforms in it, interstate purchasing, as an example.

    I think keeping Comedy as the fbi director and other obumbler rejects and the push for ryancare have hurt him. These are self inflicted wounds, not the fact that the obumbler survwiled him.

  1014. Tina says:

    Why is Comey STILL investigating something he admits did not happen (collusion) but NOT investigating something he admits did (leakers)

    He is bought and paid for like the rest.

    If there is no collusion, the investigation should be over with. His admission to not wanting to investigate the leakers is troubling and a firing offense imo.

  1015. jason says:

    r marketwatch, it looks like ryancare is in trouble. ”

    Ryan should call the deadender’s bluff.

    Tell them to GFTs and hold a vote.

    Let them vote with the Dems and if they want to keep Obamacare as it is let them own it.

    If the deadenders defeat the bill, Trump and Ryan can ssy “we offered a better bill but some GOP members preferred Obamacare as it is”.

    I am tired of coddling deadenders.

  1016. jason says:

    91% of MSM coverage on Trump is negative.

    But Wobbie eats it all up like a fly on horsecrap.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/anti-trump-media-91-coverage-negative-96-of-donations-to-hillary/article/2617828

  1017. Robbie says:

    I love the fact I get bother Jason.

  1018. Robbie says:

    The 2018 clown car gets its first occupant.

    Burgess Everett?
    @burgessev
    39 minutes ago

    Sharron Angle just announced she’s running for Nevada House seat against against Amodei!

  1019. Sheeple,Jr. says:

    1038- Wow, the famous Burgess Everett has been quoted. LOL. Is he related to the late Burgess Meredith?
    These little blurbs you quote from nobodies are identical to the postings of Tekzilla on Red Racing Horses. Are you related?

    1037- jason is far from the only HHR poster who believes that Dios put you in this world with the sole purpose to annoy!

    Since you troll negative Trump polls, have you visited Rasmussen(less) today?

  1020. Paul says:

    Tina says:
    March 21, 2017 at 7:53 am
    Why is Comey STILL investigating something he admits did not happen (collusion) …..

    Can you provide a quote where Comey admitted that?

  1021. NYCmike says:

    “Per marketwatch, it looks like ryancare is in trouble.”

    -Listening to radio the other day, they were saying that the HouseFreedomCaucus had gotten Ryan to include block grants to states, and that had placated some of their members. I am looking at this bill as a stepping stone, as Tom Price said it was. Part 1 of a three-stage bill. It will be interesting if the apologists for the more-establishment-types like Wes, jason, Bitterlaw hold Price and Ryan to that stated promise. I will be happy to see them carry out a well-thought-out plan.

  1022. NYCmike says:

    “Can you provide a quote where Comey admitted that?”

    -Good question.

    Tina, don’t be like Robbie posting breathless reports from media types, give direct links so that people can judge for themselves.

  1023. Bitterlaw says:

    Comey can state that there is an ongoing investigation. Comey can state that the ongoing investigation has not yet produced evidence.

    Both can be true.

  1024. jason says:

    will be interesting if the apologists for the more-establishment-types like Wes, jason, Bitterlaw hold Price and Ryan to that stated promise. ”

    Zzzzzzz…..

    Call their bluff.

    Make them choose. Let them own Obamacare.

    No more coddling of deadenders, put it up for a vote and let the chips fall where they may.

  1025. jason says:

    I love the fact I get bother Jason.”

    Don’t flatter yourself.

    I actually enjoy pointing out hypocrisy, although in your case its not much of a challenge.

  1026. Cash Cow TM says:

    DJT at 50% approval in RAS today!
    (LV screen)
    *********************************************
    DJT has the highest approval rating of any
    post-Obama president!

  1027. Cash Cow TM says:

    Mr. Butter Bitter,

    Update about your daughter’s school yesterday?

  1028. NYCmike says:

    I see jason, once again, ignores the part about Ryan and the HFC negotiating over the details of a bill, as if that is “undemocratic” of them.

    He calls some representatives “deadenders” because he considers them unwilling to compromise, yet wants his preferred representatives to tell the “deadenders”, along with the Democrats, “Take it or leave it!”.

    But, those representatives are the acceptable ones…..kind of like Pelosi’s famous line “We need to pass the bill to find out what’s in the bill!”.

  1029. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow – All is well. No incidents. Thank you for asking.

    How is the cat?

  1030. NYCmike says:

    “Make them choose. Let them own Obamacare.”

    -Obamacare is its own monster. The HFC would NEVER own it.

    If the bill doesn’t pass, it simply goes back to status quo, in which Obamacare will implode on its own.

  1031. jason says:

    No, if it doesn’t pass, then the deadenders OWN it.

    No free lunch.

  1032. NYCmike says:

    Got it.

    You would be willing to pass a bad bill which would take away any responsibility from the Democrats just to stick it to the HFC, despite not even looking at their reasons for saying this bill is bad.

    And the HFC is the irresponsible side……

  1033. Barrett says:

    let both bills die. Pass a health care recipients bill of rights and a healthcare providers bill of rights. Make it something that isn’t 2200 pages long, protects against abuses, and reduces premiums.

  1034. NYCmike says:

    Barrett,

    No FREE LUNCH!

    Didn’t you get jason’s edict!?

  1035. NYCmike says:

    Barrett,

    I find it amusing that jason would get all “Pelosi-like” as quickly as he did. My original comment spoke about a report that had Ryan and the HFC acting like adults and speaking with one another, not acting like A-Hole’s.

    If he doesn’t get his way, I wonder if he would slink away like MD did.

  1036. NYCmike says:

    Wissing’s words:

    “I haven’t forgot about this site, I swear….”

  1037. Cash Cow TM says:

    “Cash Cow – All is well. No incidents. Thank you for asking.

    How is the cat?”
    _________________________________
    As psychotic as ever.

    BTW I did catch me a big ol’ vole or mole or something in mouse traps down by the compost pit. Had two sets of long (but small) beaver-like teeth.

    Was going to look him up to identify him/her but I left the carcass outside. I was thinking of making a glove out of its hide and when I catch another I could have a matching pair to give to Walt for his birthday. But something came at night and took it away and must have eaten it. You just can’t let good things just lie around anymore.

    Maybe voles should not be my biggest worry.
    Late at night, I have heard coyotes yipping.

  1038. jason says:

    Call for a vote.

    Let the deadenders vote against it.

    I won’t slink away if it doesn’t pass, I have survived years of Obamacare and will survive many more.

    No more coddling of deadenders. Call their bluff.

    No begging for them to do the right thing.

    VOTE.

  1039. Walt says:

    I have never seen both parties–D and R–so fractured and in so much disarray.

    Usually when one is in disarray the other side unites and accomplishes its objectives. (think ObamaCare).

  1040. jason says:

    You would be willing to pass a bad bill which would take away any responsibility from the Democrats just to stick it to the HFC,”

    Nah, you can’t blame the Dems, just the deadenders.

    No free lunch.

    If think this bill is worse than Obamacare, by all means go ahead and own Obamacare.

    The bill is “bad”? Then the choice is obvious: Obamacare.

    L

  1041. jason says:

    Huh, NYC, see my post # 1036 you are late to the party.

  1042. NYCmike says:

    “96 percent of media campaign contributions went to Democrat Hillary Clinton”

    -jason, scooter,

    I’ll allow “liberal Democrat” to be used to describe the media.

    🙂

  1043. Barrett says:

    NYC – I don’t mean to go all libertarian on everyone, but I simply do not believe a bill is needed to regulate the healthcare industry.

    A simplified list of things that they can/ cannot do is acceptable. That’s why I’d push for a Healthcare Recipient’s Bill of Rights an a Healthcare Providers Bill of Rights. It’d be short, sweet, and get the job done.

    Obamacare is going to fail if they lose on or two more major providers. I couldn’t tell you if the AHCA will pass. I think this would be the best option.

    I know most people here will respectfully disagree, except Soccer Moron, who will probably call us all the R word and tell us to F off and die or something.

  1044. NYCmike says:

    “NYC – I don’t mean to go all libertarian on everyone, but I simply do not believe a bill is needed to regulate the healthcare industry.”

    -You sound beautiful! Hit the high note!

    jason may explode upon reading the word “libertarian”, but that would be acceptable collateral damage.

  1045. NYCmike says:

    I would like ZERO mandates on what type of coverage has to be offered.

    I would rather put aside money and have a catastrophic plan, you know, actual INSURANCE.

  1046. Barrett says:

    Honestly, if Republicans are aiming for a simpler way to do health care reform, and they want to come out of this looking like champions, something so simple that a democrat could understand it would be a definite win.

    – Cannot be denied for a pre-existing condition
    – Allowed to purchase plans across state lines
    – Price gouging only allowed up to a certain %
    – Yearly Deductible total cannot exceed a certain percentage of API

    Just throwing ideas out there.

  1047. Barrett says:

    And I say “price gouging allowed up to a certain %” because it’s ridiculous to expect phamaceutical companies to sell items at cost, but they also shouldn’t be selling at 700%.

  1048. Barrett says:

    meant to say AGI, not API

  1049. Walt says:

    I read something recently that basically said that we have reached a point where both big Federal government nor individual people/families are capable of solving our problems.
    ________________________________________________
    And ironically, our society is split sharply between two diametrically opposed “there is no middle ground–the other side is is insane” groups that seem to be rushing headlong down two roads heading in opposite dead end directions. One road to create an even BIGGER Federal government, one road leads to have unbridled individual freedoms.
    ################################################
    So what IS capable of solving our problems?
    ***********************************************
    Something bigger than individuals/families but smaller than big Federal (or even State) government…?

    And I see no joy in putting my hope the explosion over the past 30 years or so of a plethora of narrow special interest groups (environazis, feminazis, peace-t-any-cost-niks, Westboro Baptist Church, Black Panthers, Black Lives Matter, Liberty Caucus, pro Common Core, anti Common Core, etc.) that do not see the big picture and that further segment and damage our society and demonize anyone who does not believe as they do.

    I think that all this says a lot…
    #############################################
    My view is the failure to teach government citizenship and history have contributed to the problem we see today of two philosophies and groups so opposed to one another.
    **********************************************
    Over and out.
    Me and Cow gotta take recycling down to the collection center.

  1050. jason says:

    That’s all well and good, but Rs have had years to come up with an alternative.

    Now they have one. Some don’t like it, fine. We are not going to have the entire caucus agree on everything. This bill seems to be ok with 90% of the R caucus.

    The rest can choose between this bill and Obamacare, it’s time to vote.

    If the deadenders prefer Obamacare, so be it.

    It’s show time.

  1051. jason says:

    Wobbie hardest hit, Rasmussen has Trump back to 50%.

  1052. Barrett says:

    Jason, I’m not disagreeing with you. Obamacare has failed and the Republicans are charged with finding a better solution.

    I just outlined a potential one. I wish congress would go back to being “the worlds most deliberative body”, instead of these sad people who have no sense of self ownership or acceptance.

    That’s aimed at Democrats and Republicans.

  1053. Robbie says:

    If Trump is able to break the back of the House Freedom Caucus, it may be one of the most consequential achievements of his first term. Fingers crossed he will.

  1054. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 21, 2017 at 12:46 pm
    Wobbie hardest hit, Rasmussen has Trump back to 50%.

    – Living rent free.

  1055. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt – Interesting thoughts as always.

    I would like to see a greater commitment of people to the philosophy of indifference. Here are some principles:

    I don’t care who you marry, have sex with, marry and have sex with, or don’t marry. Don’t invite me to any of the above or expect me to applaud you for it.

    I will pay for my decisions. You pay for your decisions.

    Pick a religion to follow. Choose no religion. As long as you don’t blow up anything, I respect your choice.

    Some people are just always going to need help – handicapped, mental illness, elderly, etc. Help them and toss the lazy, healthy adult ones on the street.

    If you don’t like guns, don’t own one. If you do like guns, own guns.

    I think abortion is horrible but it is going to remain legal. As long as I don’t have to pay for it, I can deal with it.

    That should be a good starting place.

  1056. Barrett says:

    “I will pay for my decisions. You pay for your decisions.”

    Self-ownership, I like that Bitter. It’s a quality not too many people embrace anymore.

    Actually agree with everything you said. A very “live and let live” mentality.

  1057. Barrett says:

    I’ll be kind and not call you a libertarian.

    Though to be fair, Libertarians have a lot of infighting. There are the moderate Libertarians who believe in balanced budget, gun rights, personal liberty, etc.

    And then there are the Ayn Rand Cultists like Bunu who support pedophiles and hate Jews.

  1058. Wobbles says:

    I only believe in Rasmussen when they have Trump under 45%.

    Anything above that, trash it.

  1059. jason says:

    Barrett
    I understand.
    My solution would be different than the one proposed too.
    But you are never going to please all the deadenders.
    This bill is about as close as you are going to get to a consensus among Republicans.
    If the deadenders want all or nothing, give them nothing.
    The Democrats will thank them.

  1060. NYCmike says:

    “Ayn Rand Cultists” hate Jews?

    Wasn’t she Jewish?

  1061. jason says:

    – Living rent free

    As if anyone would pay to live in an unfurnished space.

  1062. NYCmike says:

    “My solution would be different than the one proposed too.”

    -I bet it would be more readily accepted by the “deadenders”, if you are the free-market personality you have said you are.

  1063. jason says:

    Self hating Jews are a dime a dozen….

  1064. jason says:

    Yes, my solutions are more free market oriented, but I realize my ideology is not the only one at the table.

    This bill is better than Obamacare. If a few deadenders want to hold the rest of the party hostage by threatening to keep Obamacare, call their bluff.

    Let them own it.

  1065. Bitterlaw says:

    Barrett – My problem with Libertarians is that they sometimes go off the deep end on some issues. I told the story before. I went to a meeting in college to hear a Libertarian speaker. When he started on why child pornography was a right, I left. He is a rare version of the philosophy but the general concept of legalese everything and don’t let the police enforce any laws is not my thing.

  1066. jason says:

    Do you really want to waste time “negotiating” with Rand Paul, who is not even a Republican, conservative or libertarian and is basically interested in self promotion and aggrandizement of his party of 1, the Paul party?

    Did anyone here ever arrive at any compromise or understanding with a typical Paulbot like Bunu?

    Rand Paul’s agenda is Rand Paul.

    Tell him to GFH.

  1067. Barrett says:

    1081 – I realized after I said that how I made that sound. Ayn Rand herself probably didn’t hate jews. But bastards like Bunu want to see Israel removed from the map. Hopefully that clears it up.

    Bitter – you are 100% right. Child Pornography and all other cases related to pedophilia are disgusting and should remain illegal. Our party (as insignificant as it is), has it’s deadenders as well.

  1068. NYCmike says:

    “Let them own it.”

    -You should put a “#” in front of that, make it the replacement for #relentless.

  1069. jason says:

    Libertarians are all over the place. Ron Paul calls himself a libertarian, but can you think of anyone less “live and let live” and more autocratic than Ron Paul?

    I like the libertarian concept with a small c as a general life concept, not as a political agenda.

  1070. jason says:

    Our party (as insignificant as it is), has it’s deadenders as well.”

    Yep, unfortunately the “Republican” deadenders are the most successful….

  1071. Barrett says:

    Jason, I think Libertarian is more of a mentality than an ideology as well.

    The mentality is ownership and acceptance. It’s secondary to ideology.

  1072. jason says:

    #let them own it

  1073. NYCmike says:

    #likeitorleaveit

    🙂

  1074. Barrett says:

    #NeverRand

  1075. NYCmike says:

    #MDphonehome

  1076. Walt says:

    Bitter,

    I admire the philosophy you espouse.

    But I would not call it indifference. I would call it “REASONABLE acceptance and tolerance” of other views as long as those views do not cause harm to others (but certainly NOT government mandated embracement of every view and belief other than your own).

    But we have devolved into a PC society today that is of ‘multiculturalism’, and acceptance of everyone and everything and every belief, even ones that cause others rights to be infringed. This means that NO existing societal beliefs are correct and all those are suspect at best.

    Look at all the legal and legislative turmoil caused by mainstreaming PC acceptance of LGBTQ-ism, for example. Bakers…photographers…right of church to decide who they conduct marriages for, etc. whether LBGTQ is a protected class like people of different age, race, sex, religion.

    We taught a generation or more of people that “you can be anything you want to be.” But that got perverted far beyond the (perhaps) original intent. It has evolved into also believing you can DO anything you want to do. AND we put ALL the emphasis on individual RIGHT and have abandoned the inculcating of the philosophy of individual RESPONSIBILITIES.

    Hence, the marches in the street for every cause that comes down the road. No regard for blocking traffic and the rights of others to conduct normal commerce or other consequences of their illegal actions. The large number of people who feel they have the right to destroy and have no respect for public or private property and vandalize or destroy it.

    Hence, that is why so many people are intolerant of other persons–equal to them under the law–who hold different views and are so quick to hit, shoot, stab them.

    They feel they have the RIGHT to do that because they can BE anything they want to be, and DO anything they want to do to foster the BELIEF they hold. The perverse irony is that their actions are complete opposite of what they themselves hold as to the worldview of acceptance of those who are different.

    Today, we even have people who have taken that to extreme and believe they if they are white and want to be a Black, they can do so. If you are a man who wants to be a woman, or a woman who wants to be a man, you can. Regardless of what religious views (if any) you have, you can be a radicalzed muzzy whackadoodle.

    By casting off the “normal” values of society and all institutions they then become rudderless as to what to believe and we get no “accepted values” and more and more bizarre beliefs, attitudes and behaviors.

    When society HAS no largely accepted social norm, the society is in big trouble.

    So many individuals today are searching for what their believe is and glom onto causes like “we can stop the building of a pipeline” and search for and accept only that info in cyberspace that supports their “cause” whether it is based in fact or not.

    Their disconnect to reality is evident to those watching them. For example, one 60ish guy at I know is the son of a man who started a big local heating oil business. This fellow worked for his dad’s very successful company for 40 years and has benefited greatly from his dad’s efforts. It has allowed the son to retire early and live a very comfortable life. Yet the son–who is a good
    guy–is a rabid anti-big business, enviro liberal ‘we should have no national borders and allow everyone to move across the borders willy nilly’ activist and is OPPOSED to development of oil, gas, coal, nuclear, hydro and wind power (and those industries) because they all harm the environment. But he has no solar in his home and drives normal vehicles. Go figure.

  1077. Walt says:

    After I finish bagging the branches I clipped off the last 3 butterfly bushes earlier today, Cow ad I are going to discuss philosophy over a olive/mayo sandwiches for lunch.

    I learn a lot of my philosophy from Cash Cow.

  1078. NYC says:

    learn a lot of my philosophy from Cash Cow.”

    I prefer a jackass but each to his own.

  1079. jason says:

    #likeitorleaveit”

    Exactly.

    Leave Obamacare as it is and own it or vote for a consensus bill.

    Leave Obamacare as it is and it will be here forever.

    If it implodes the Dems will say see, we need single payer.

  1080. Barrett says:

    “We taught a generation or more of people that “you can be anything you want to be.” But that got perverted far beyond the (perhaps) original intent. It has evolved into also believing you can DO anything you want to do. AND we put ALL the emphasis on individual RIGHT and have abandoned the inculcating of the philosophy of individual RESPONSIBILITIES.”

    I agree with this. I think entitlement and lack of self-ownership have gone too far. Millenials are among the most entitled and unproductive group of people in the United States. I work among them, they feel like the world owes them a favor. The world owes you nothing.

    While I will never criticize an individual in the LGBTQ community for their freedom of expression and life choice, I would give equal respect and tolerance to the church that doesn’t want to marry them because it infringes upon religious beliefs.

  1081. PresidentPaul! says:

    Scholar: White People Acknowledge Privilege to Make Themselves Feel Good, Avoid Addressing Racism

    http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/03/20/scholar-white-people-acknowledge-privilege-to-make-themsevles-feel-good-avoid-addressing-racism/

  1082. Barrett says:

    #1102 – Iron that you avoid addressing your neo-nazi tendencies

  1083. Barrett says:

    Ironic, rather

  1084. Robbie says:

    Wobbles says:
    March 21, 2017 at 1:11 pm
    I only believe in Rasmussen when they have Trump under 45%.
    Anything above that, trash it.

    – Poor Jason. He lies so much. And just to make it look like he’s not lying so much, he uses alternate screen names to cover it up.

  1085. Robbie says:

    The Freedom Caucus (aka Jim Jones Caucus) should be drawn and quartered. Mark Meadows should be first.

  1086. Robbie says:

    Honestly, I really do think it’s amazing the Tea Party/Freedom Caucus, who have campaigned on repealing Obamacare for years, are willing to scuttle the repeal plan and neuter Trump’s presidency simply to please the hotheads on talk radio and the phony interest groups like Club for Growth or Heritage Action.

  1087. Cash Cow TM says:

    Walt and I agree that Judge Tonya Acker on “Hot Bench” is one hot momma.

    Patricia DiMango also is easy on the eyes. We particularly like how her long blond hair frames her face so nicely.

    We have no opinion on the guy judge.

  1088. Cash Cow TM says:

    Virginia governor McA has pardoned the Norfolk Four.

  1089. Cash Cow TM says:

    Oops.
    Should have been TANYA Acker.

    Please accept my cowpologies.

  1090. NYCmike says:

    Ca$HCow likes the ladies….?

    Even in the bovine world…….

  1091. Phil says:

    Al Frankin is a jackass.

    That is all.

  1092. Barrett says:

    Bunu has two reasons to hate Al Franken

  1093. NYCmike says:

    “Mark Meadows should be first.”

    -Maggie says so!

  1094. NYCmike says:

    How did Gorsuch do today?

  1095. PresidentPaul! says:

    Sham bill is going down

    “John Harwood?Verified account
    @JohnJHarwood

    Follow
    More
    House Freedom Caucus source reporting 25 hard no’s, 2 lean no’s and little Trump persuasion effect on AHCA vote: “It’s going down as of now””
    ——-
    “ohn Harwood Retweeted
    Doug Stafford? @dougstafford 9m9 minutes ago
    More
    @JohnJHarwood plus Massie. Jones. Bartletta. Moderates.”
    ——
    Ryan Grim?Verified account @ryangrim 12m12 minutes ago
    More
    Move Leanard Lance from leaning no to a no: “I’m a no. The word is a simple, 2 letter word. The word is no.”

    He met with Trump today.

  1096. NYCmike says:

    https://pjmedia.com/video/ted-cruz-calls-dems-out-for-their-double-standard-on-gorsuch/

    -How can you NOT love this guy? He talks about asking political questions that have no place to be asked when dealing with judicial picks, while he is asking those questions!

    Fantastic!

  1097. Robbie says:

    What Bunu forgets is the Flat Earth suicide bombers known as the Freedom caucus claimed they had the votes to deny Boehner the Speakership in January 2013.

    In other words, Mark Meadows and his crowd are known liars who simply want to look good for their talk radio show host masters.

  1098. PresidentPaul! says:

    Tax subsidies, which go to people at times who don’t pay the income tax in the first place, go to illegals in Trump’s “Obamacare repeal”

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-obamacare-immigration-idUSKBN16S2RX

  1099. PresidentPaul! says:

    The only solution to Obamacare is to fire Paul Ryan. As Rand Paul noted, republicans already have the votes to repeal Obamacare as they’ve done it many times.

  1100. PresidentPaul! says:

    Plus a clean Obamacare repeal can be used to help get rid of RINOs and moderates in future primaries should they stop it, which would be the biggest benefit.

  1101. Cash Cow TM says:

    Well, well, well…look who also lives in the same WV as town as Walt.

    https://www.facebook.com/Primlawfirm/videos/1253718824705679/

  1102. Robbie says:

    Louise Mensch, author of the original wiretap story, seems to be one weird conspiracy theorist. She claims the Russians killed Andrew Breitbart so Steve Bannon could take over.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4323848/Questions-credibility-Trump-spy-claim-originator.html

  1103. Diamond Jim says:

    CC a bull trapped in a cow’s body?

  1104. Cash Cow TM says:

    Hey,

    Girls can appreciate looking at a good looking woman. I m sure some of you guys think Brad Pitt is a handsome guy.

    Cow appreciates beauty wherever she finds it.

  1105. Cash Cow TM says:

    Headline linked to an article from DRUDGE.

    “Britain will ban electronic devices on flights from six Middle Eastern nations amid terror threat”
    ********************************************
    THAT IS SUCH A RACIST POLICY!

    I am sure DJT will get blamed for it…

  1106. PresidentPaul! says:

    “If a year from now, insurance rates and premiums are still going through the roof and it’s now a Republican plan it will be a disservice to the president and all of us if we pass something that doesn’t work.” -Rand Paul from today

    outrageous?

  1107. PresidentPaul! says:

    GOP Senators Hope to Sneak Amnesty into Trump’s Popular Immigration Reforms

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/21/gop-senators-sketch-pairing-immigration-amnesty/

  1108. Robbie says:

    Unlike Bunu, I’ve voted for Rand Paul in a general election twice. He’s nothing but a gadfly who’s slightly less goofy than his father.

  1109. Tina says:

    So, what have i missed today?

  1110. Tina says:

    Nycmike, paul, there is no collusion between trump and the russians since comedy confirmed clappers statement,

    I think, however, comedy may have committed perjury.

  1111. Bitterlaw says:

    So, what have i missed today?

    Jason and Robbie are fighting.

    Jason and NYC ae fighting.

    Trump is a moron.

    Bunu is Bunu.

    Walt, barrett and I are working on a philosophy to save the nation.

  1112. PresidentPaul! says:

    New York’s “Fearless Girl” statue stands her ground against the Wall Street bull, even in the snow http://cnn.it/2njpfS4

    http://louderwithcrowder.com/cnn-reports-statue-girl-snow

  1113. Tina says:

    Bunu is bubu.

    Kill ryancare. They allegedly stripped the crackdown on illegals coverage. This bull is obumbkercare lite.

  1114. NYCmike says:

    “He’s nothing but a gadfly who’s slightly less goofy than his father.”

    -Unfortunately, his statement is correct.

    If a new bill is passed and becomes law, will the voters look kindly on Republicans, or make them the fall guys?

    Has Scott Walker not shown us what should be done? Pass a replacement plan FIRST, while at the same time repealing the exact law that was passed by reconciliation.

    GO BOLD, or die a limp-wristed death like a JEB! Presidential run.

  1115. janz says:

    What a crazy lead-up to the AHCA vote! The R’s just can’t seem to get their act together. Are there any predictions around here as to whether or not it will pass this Thursday?

  1116. Proud Obamacon says:

    PASS IT! Yall want Obamacare gone? Good, repeat it, replace it. Let’s see what yall got.

    You own this, loooooosahs!

  1117. Trump says:

    Bitterlaw is still a clueless morn, posing as a clueless lawyer.

  1118. Trump says:

    Ryan is intent on losing his majority.

    Repulsion to Ryan and mcconnell is what brought Trump.

    The same repulsion will bring the Dems back.

  1119. Proud Obamacon says:

    Can’t wait to see the photo op of the pussy grabber, Eddie Munster (ahem, Ryan), and The McTurtle smiling and laughing and congratulating each other during the signing of the bill to take away insurance from 26 million Americans.

    Can’t wait for that photo op. A true Cannon moment and will be plastered in every Dem ad for years to come. See ya…… Repuglicans!

  1120. Proud Obamacon says:

    Jason and Phil to issue a witty comeback by posting something about Hillary in 3.. 2.. 1.. LOLLL

  1121. Trump says:

    PO, you e s fu$ked up sh@thole. The only thing that will hurt GOP is if they don’t pass anything.

    Otherwise, Dems are in a sea of butt hurt.

    Nobody likes you all. Except commies and losers like you.

  1122. Trump says:

    As-hole, what is a cannon moment?

    Did you pass elementary school? Or are you still in your fourth year of second grad?

  1123. Trump says:

    First of all, how can anyone be proud of a racist affirmative action hire like Obama?

  1124. Proud Obamacon says:

    Idiot doesn’t know what a Canon moment is. Good , not surprising, you did vote for Trump after all and he loves just looooooves the poorly educated!!!

    And by all means, please pass the bill. Please proceed, Repuglicans! LOLLLLL

  1125. Trump says:

    Then why didn’t you say canon, as-wipe.

    Is Chelsea the next Clinton you are going to fellate, snake?

  1126. Trump says:

    Or is it the fake Indian?

  1127. Robbie says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    March 21, 2017 at 9:14 pm
    So, what have i missed today?

    Jason and Robbie are fighting.

    Jason and NYC ae fighting.

    Trump is a moron.

    Bunu is Bunu.

    Walt, barrett and I are working on a philosophy to save the nation.

    – In other words, a day that ends in “y”!

  1128. Bitterlaw says:

    Why would I pretend to be a lawyer? Everybody hates lawyers.

  1129. Trump says:

    How’s the resistance going? Is Garland on the Supreme Court yet?

    MAn, that is a classic.

  1130. Trump says:

    Because you hate yourself, moron.

  1131. Proud Obamacon says:

    OK idiot, so Trump, what is your fantasy man doing about the latest layoffs at Carrier? What about the two coal plants shutting own in Ohio?

    What is he doing? If you can step away from jerking off on your keyboard to the Orange Groper, tell me what he’s doing about these injustices!

    Besides taking vacations and playing golf that is!

  1132. Trump says:

    The Jeb coc-sucker sucking up to the fake lawyer. Both deserve each other.

  1133. Trump says:

    Well, the good thing is, none of your snakes are in position to be doing anything, about anything.

    Loooosaaaahs.

    God has a sense of humor.

  1134. Trump says:

    PO, you need to curl up and cry.

  1135. Proud Obamacon says:

    Good, like I said, yall own this sh*tshow. Pass the buttered popcorn.

    Pass the bill. What’s wrong? Why won’t yall pass it? You know you own this thing 100%. Can’t wait for the Canon Moment at the bill signing.

    Kicking 26 million off health insurance, Making America Great Again!!!

    Yall are the greatest gift we ever got!

  1136. Tina says:

    http://thehill.com/blogs/floor-action/senate/325049-senate-taking-up-obamacare-repeal-replacement-next-week

    Mitchie says they are not slowing down.

    Lol, you are a joke. At least ryan is a follower. With a poweful senate leader, ryan woukd follow.

  1137. Proud Obamacon says:

    Why would I cry, I’m loving every minute of this sh*tshow. You are the one who should be crying, if you can ever stop whacking off to your pussy grabbing hero!

  1138. Trump says:

    Yup, the presidency, the congress and 35 governorships.

    The greatest ever.

    Loooooooossssaaaaaaaah.

  1139. Proud Obamacon says:

    Yeah you’re right, now go ahead and govern. You have all the control. Do it, pass the bill. What’s the problem? LOL

    NEED.MORE.POPCORN

  1140. Trump says:

    And you will keep getting it hard and fast for the next 8 years.

    Loooooosaaaah

    God is great.

  1141. Trump says:

    I thought Garland was nominated to the Supreme Court. Did something happen? Who is this Gorsuch I saw on tv today?

  1142. Trump says:

    Schemer should nix this Gorsuch guy. Otherwise, what is the point of being the senate majority leader?

  1143. Trump says:

    I don’t think schumer is a good majority leader. He doesn’t seem to be controlling the agenda.

  1144. Proud Obamacon says:

    Tell your other object of sexual desires, The McTurtle to nuke the filibuster. Tell him, pleeeeease!!! LOL

    If you can take a moment to quit fantasizing about a 3some with the Orange Groper and The McTurtle, that is!!!

  1145. Proud Obamacon says:

    Layoffs at Carrier, coal plants closing in OH. Making America Great Again!!! Nice job, POTUS should stick to grabbing pussies.

  1146. Proud Obamacon says:

    Trump, such a lightweight poster, have a good night jerking off to your Orange Hero. Peace out

  1147. Trump says:

    Is Hillary calling, pussycat?

  1148. Trump says:

    I heard she was coming out of the woods.

  1149. Trump says:

    PO, don’t forget pelosi. She needs your loving too.

    Loooooosaaaaaaaah.

  1150. Trump says:

    With leaders like these, no wonder any idiot can slap you around like a rented donkey.

  1151. jason says:

    Let the “Freedom” Caucus morons explain how we are going to have more freedom with Obamacare.

  1152. Trump says:

    Don’t forget to thank your school bus driver to dropping you off at your house.

  1153. GPO says:

    just scrolled quickly through comments – why is no one talking about how Gorsuch is owning these hearings

  1154. Phil says:

    Gorsuch did great. He’ll get his 60 votes in all probability. Democrats don’t want to lose the filibuster on a guy they would look ridiculous opposing and one who doesn’t change the current balance on the Court from the Scalia years.

    The battle will be over the next opening. Trump needs to nominate a conservative Hispanic to replace the next opening – Kennedy or a lib opening. That would make it harder for Democrats to stop. That is why Dems refused to confirm Estrada to the Circut Court. They knew he would be fast tracked to the Supreme Court.

  1155. Tina says:

    Gorsuch is the best thiing going for the rs at the moment.

    The r leadership in congress is a disaster led by the drunk in the senate and ryanocare is going down. I cannot believe they stripped a provision preventing illegals from accessing. I hope it is fake news and the provision remains.

    And still no inter state purchasing!

  1156. Bitterlaw says:

    Watching Trump and Obamacon fight reminds me of just how far we have fallen as a site. Transparent Dem Troll would never have allowed this on his watch.

  1157. Wes says:

    Isn’t it amazing how the Republican leadership is a disaster to Tina despite pushing through everything Trump wants, even if at a reduced pace?

    Tina thinks Republicans have to give her instant gratification on everything, when Washington doesn’t work that way.

    If McConnell and Ryan had the kinds of congressional majorities Harding, Roosevelt, and Johnson enjoyed, then Tina could get her instant gratification on everything. As it stands, it’s not going to happen.

  1158. Tina says:

    It is a disaster. Only some here at this site approve of them, i guess

  1159. Wes says:

    Sharron Angle will challenge Mark Amodei. That sounds bad, but Amodei is unlikely to lose and represents a safe GOP seat. Meanwhile, had Angle challenged Dean Heller, Dems would likely be confident of a victory in NV-Sen. This is really the best scenario possible since Angle is a permanent resident of Wacky Land and is likely to keep making failed bids for Congress forever.

  1160. Tina says:

    Bill Mitchell? @mitchellvii
    Saying the Obama IC used no surveillance investigating Trump is like saying a carpenter uses no hammer building a house.

    Lol.

  1161. Tina says:

    Whoops, not funnny, unless we have obama actually doing the surveillance, or wire tapping, there us no proof that either occured.

    Btw, it my understandinthat comedy needed to report the surveillance mthods used to both the president and congress in quarterly reports.

  1162. Tina says:

    32m
    Bill Mitchell? @mitchellvii
    When Trump says, “Obama wiretapped me,” he means, “The Obama Administration,” not Obama personally. Anyone with half a brain knows that.

  1163. messy says:

    Gorsich will NOT get the sixty votes needed to end the pseudo-fillibuster.

  1164. messy says:

    1183. Nope. He called Obama “sick.” That was personal.

  1165. messy says:

    1156. it’s even worse than a “clean” repeal.

  1166. Wes says:

    Gorsuch will be confirmed.

  1167. Tina says:

    Obama is sick and gorsuch will be confirmed.

  1168. Bitterlaw says:

    Obama is a politician. No more. No less.

  1169. jason says:

    Messy also predicted a Hillary landslide…..

  1170. jason says:

    Obama is a leftist ideologue politician for whom the ends always justify the means.

    No more. No less.

  1171. jason says:

    Obama could have been a great President not only in the eyes of the leftist “Historians”.

    He could have passed a lot of big bi-partisan bills, including health care, when he had 70% approval and almost everyone, including Rs, were shocked and awed by him. Basically he could have gotten at least 80% of his agenda passed on a bi-partisan basis.

    But he went with Reid and Pelosis’ advice, you won, you have a mandate, shove everything down their throats. He said “I am willing to spend political capital to pass my agenda” and political capital he did spend. Most of his Presidency went by with low 40’s approval and he decimated the ranks of Democrats in the House, the Senate, state legislatures, and governorships. Most of what he did accomplish on his agenda was through executive orders.

    In many ways, conservatives dodged a bullet. He did a lot of damage, but it could have been a lot worse if he had been willing to compromise.

  1172. jason says:

    He’s nothing but a gadfly who’s slightly less goofy than his father.”

    Wobbie finally comes up with something I can agree with.

    But less goofy doesn’t mean less dangerous.

    Anyone who thinks a nuclear Iran is not a threat should not be in the Senate.

  1173. Wes says:

    A new poll bodes well for Rick Scott. He has a 56-40 approval rating and trails Nelson 34-39. Scott also leads the primary convincingly.

    Scott is an incredibly strong campaigner (unlike Connie Give-me-a-Senate-seat-because-of-my-last-name Mack) and will be well funded and able to take the fight to Nelson unlike those incompetent dolts McCollum and Harris.

    This is clearly a winnable race, and Republicans seem to be treating it as such.

  1174. Wes says:

    The DNC talking point during his Administration was that Obama was a “center-left Democrat.” The marching orders were to twist any evidence otherwise into support of the DNC’s thesis.

    I know this because I dealt with a number of people when Obama was in office–including a good friend of mine from high school–who mindlessly regurgitated the talking points verbatim whenever on this subject.

  1175. Cash Cow TM says:

    NOW WE’RE TALKING!

    DRUDGE

    “Butcher shops razed amid crackdown on beef in India…”

    where’s the beef?

    Wiggling around above our four legs grazing in the pasture!

    Eat bacon.
    Help a cow.
    and P!$$ off (a certain group) of whackadoodles at the same time.

  1176. Cash Cow TM says:

    Had to drive Walt to Winchester to get a skin cancer cut off
    his shoulder.

    Got lots of strange looks driving down the interstate. ..

  1177. NYCmike says:

    “In many ways, conservatives dodged a bullet. He did a lot of damage, but it could have been a lot worse if he had been willing to compromise.”

    -Agreed.

    “Scott is an incredibly strong campaigner (unlike Connie Give-me-a-Senate-seat-because-of-my-last-name Mack) and will be well funded and able to take the fight to Nelson unlike those incompetent dolts McCollum and Harris.”

    -Agreed, but we should note that Author will be voting for Ben Nelson.

  1178. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    March 22, 2017 at 7:04 am
    Isn’t it amazing how the Republican leadership is a disaster to Tina despite pushing through everything Trump wants, even if at a reduced pace?
    Tina thinks Republicans have to give her instant gratification on everything, when Washington doesn’t work that way.
    If McConnell and Ryan had the kinds of congressional majorities Harding, Roosevelt, and Johnson enjoyed, then Tina could get her instant gratification on everything. As it stands, it’s not going to happen.

    – If you got your news from Breitbart, Gateway Pundit, or Conservative Treehouse, you’d probably have the same misinformed view as Tina does.

  1179. NYCmike says:

    MCC

  1180. Wes says:

    You mean Bill Nelson, Mike. Ben Nelson was the fraud Senator from Nebraska who had a ton of fanboys on HHR before he revealed his true commitment to conservatism by voting for Obamacare.

  1181. Robbie says:

    I’m not convinced YET Gorsuch will get 60 votes to break the filibuster. I believe he will be confirmed, but I think Schumer and the gang will play hardball. I could see Schumer letting 7 Democrats vote to break a filibuster, but not 8 right now.

    The Democrats are in a no-win situation. They may feel it’s best to see if Trump’s falling approval can gum up the works and get Murkowski or Collins or someone else to balk on ending the filibuster once and for all.

    Eventually, I think Democrats will cave and give the 60 votes, but they’re in a no-win scenario with a base that wants tough action.

  1182. NYCmike says:

    In regards to what Wes and Robbie are agreeing on, Tina’s issues have been about specific items that have been made public (ie. the ability of illegal immigrants to get healthcare).

    Why don’t both of you either refute that news with a different report, or simply say that you are OK with the policy of illegals getting healthcare?

  1183. NYCmike says:

    Yes, Bill Nelson.

  1184. NYCmike says:

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/politics/ct-ezekiel-emanuel-trump-gop-obamacare-20170320-story.html

    -This is not good optics.

    I’ll wait to see why this person would give any amount of advice to an administration looking to repeal the monster he helped create.

  1185. Robbie says:

    May be a terror attack underway in London.

  1186. NYCmike says:

    “May be”

    -So why not try being responsible, and wait for actual facts to come out, instead of joining in the hysteria of the MSM?

  1187. jason says:

    Wobbie must think a terror attack is bad for Trump or he wouldn’t have posted it….

    All roads lead back to Jeb…

  1188. Tina says:

    Rand Paul refers to ryancare as obumblercare light due to the increasing subsidies.

    I am disappointed in the bill since therr is no interstate buying and the provision with the illegals being taken out. It is reported at several sites, including the sites aligned with the jebot.

    I was hoping that the subsidies and illegal provisions would be fake news.

    If this bill,goes down, it will damage ryan and trump, and it could be severe. The jebots will be happy, but they were really hoping to find the russian vollusuon.

  1189. Robbie says:

    Rand Paul is a gadfly. Nothing he says should be taken with any seriousness.

  1190. Trump says:

    Nothing the Jeb coc-sucker says should be taken, even as a joke.

    The retard monkey is worthless moron.

  1191. Tina says:

    Of course, we would nit be here, if they did the immediate repeal., and then the replacement that had market based reforms.

  1192. Pot says:

    The retard monkey is worthless moron.

    Kettle and I had a similar dispute a few years ago.

  1193. jason says:

    Put it to a vote.

    Let the deadenders own Obamacare forever.

  1194. Robbie says:

    Tina seems not to understand that Senate reconciliation rules won’t allow what she and the Flat Earth caucus want. Dave Brat and Mark Meadows are well aware of this, but let’s be clear. They don’t want any deal or any replacement. They just want to repeal the bill and leave it at that. They know they will survive the electoral fallout and don’t care if others lose. In fact, the Freedom Caucus would likely prefer to be in the minority party because then they won’t have to worry about governing.

  1195. jason says:

    If Rand Paul and the freedom caucus deadenders prefer Obamacare, let them own it.

  1196. jason says:

    Is Author still worried about FanGate?

  1197. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    March 22, 2017 at 11:58 am
    Put it to a vote.
    Let the deadenders own Obamacare forever.

    – If this bill fails in the House, Trump may become a legislative lame duck. Tax reform will be no easier because the Freedom Caucus will screw that up as well. Republicans who never wanted to work with Trump will just abandon him and go out on their own. And in 2018, the electoral fallout could be devastating.

    Just as importantly, the conservative websites and the radio hosts will provide the deadenders with political cover.

  1198. Tina says:

    1220, you are an idiot. Re read what i posted. All factual. If you have information that the subsiides are not being increased and there is inter state allowance for insurance purchase, please post them.

    There are multiple reports of the bill failing in the hiuse, ryan will have to pull it, if so.

  1199. Tina says:

    Now the jebot is copying what I previously posted in 1223.

  1200. jason says:

    This bill is a consensus bill supported by at least 90% of the R caucus.

    The deadenders want an all or nothing approach that will will get them nothing except Obamacare forever.

    Let them have it.

    I am tired of coddling deadenders. Ryan should call their bluff. No begging idiots to do the right thing.

    Let’s vote.

  1201. Tina says:

    The jebot will be happy if the rs become lame ducks. Nothing new there. We know the jebots allegiance.

  1202. jason says:

    Ryan should not pull it.

    Let it fail, and let the deadenders own Obamacare.

    THis is a cheap publicity stunt and blackmail to boot, Ryan and Trump should just say ok, you want Obamacare, you deadenders can have it.

  1203. Tina says:

    Rep. Massie 29 colleagues to vote no. There is no room for error and trump and ryano managed to phuq this bill up.

  1204. jason says:

    If Ryan caves on this he will have rewarded the hostage takers.

    Time to vote.

  1205. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    March 22, 2017 at 12:08 pm
    The jebot will be happy if the rs become lame ducks. Nothing new there. We know the jebots allegiance.

    – Yes, my allegiance is with the Republican Party, not the Freedom Caucus or alt-right interest groups.

  1206. jason says:

    Good. Let them vote no.

    Then they can explain how Obamacare ties in with the goals of the “freedom” caucus deadenders.

  1207. Trump says:

    What’s the big deal?

    Ryan can just get votes from Pelosi, like every other Ryan bill.

  1208. Tina says:

    Your allegiance is screwing republicans and wanting brokered conventions.

  1209. Trump says:

    Mike Lee, the deadender, to vote against the Ryan bill.

    AFP, the Koch arm, key voting against the Ryan bill.

    Pelosi needs to rescue Ryan.

  1210. Tina says:

    Btw, the kos kiddo is posting way too much.

  1211. Trump says:

    Dems will certainly vote for this bill. They voted once for Obamacare, they can vote for the Son of Obamacare.

  1212. Cash Cow TM says:

    Hey Dave,

    Come on bro! Been 8 days!

    Throw another thread up!

  1213. Bitterlaw says:

    The Wizard had threads ready to go as Villanova advanced through the tournament. When it went down, Dave had not back-up threads. It’s a dark time in Wissingland.

  1214. Cash Cow TM says:

    Well, Walt getting the skin cancer cut off his shoulder was an experience.

    There were two good looking nurses in the room. They told Walt to take off his shirt.

    Walt said that he would if they would take off their tops, too. They refused to fall for his ploy.

    THEN…the doc decided to cut up Walt while Walt was in the seated position. Which meant that the best looking of the two nurses was standing VERY close to Walt in his space. VERY close–almost touching Walt with only an inch between her and Walt’s quivering leg.

    They were concerned that some blood might drip onto Walt’s pants, so the other nurse ued her hand and stuffed the edge of some towels down between Walt’s belt and waist skin…I think Walt was getting turned on… Walt told her to stuff it down several inches more.

    It was embarrassing.

  1215. NYCmike says:

    Let me get this straight:

    Republicans keep a bill locked up so that nobody can read until it is brought to the floor, then the “deadenders” are the ones who are responsible for defeating that bill when many aspects of that bill are in direct contrast to what the Republican Party campaigned on. Voters are pissed, grassroots organizations are pissed, Democrats do not have to make a tough vote because the bill does nothing new other than water down Obamacare while keeping in place the regulatory framework for that bill.

    GOT IT.

    If the “deadenders” and HFC are responsible for this, then the Republican leadership also needs to take some responsibility for an absolutely TERRIBLE job of communicating what they are trying to accomplish with this.

  1216. NYCmike says:

    I am actually NOT opposed to passing this bill, but to give the Republican leadership, as well as Trump, a pass for their terrible job of communication is simply a different type of “deadender”-ism.

  1217. Tina says:

    Nunes confirms US intel collected information on Trump campaign, transition teams unmasked – none of these activities related to Russia

  1218. Tina says:

    Brit Hume? @brithume

    #BREAKING: Nunes: Trump transition members were under surveillance during Obama administration… via @POLITICO

  1219. Tina says:

    Uh oh. Trump was right

  1220. Tina says:

    Breaking banner on FBN is Nunes,

    “Trump incidentally surveilled”

    Lol.

  1221. NYCmike says:

    Robbie hasn’t received that tweet from Maggie yet, so he will not comment yet……

  1222. NYCmike says:

    24 seconds ago…..