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Two Polls Show Ossoff Taking Lead in GA-6

About ten days until the runoff election in Georgia and the latest WSB/Landmark Communications poll has Democrat Jon Ossoff now up by 3% over Republiacn Karen Handel.

US HOUSE – GEORGIA – CD6 RUNOFF (Landmark)
Jon Ossoff (D) 50%
Karen Handel (R) 47%

This poll was done June 6-7 among 420 likely voters. Meanwhile, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is showing an even larger 7% lead for Ossoff.

US HOUSE – GEORGIA – CD6 RUNOFF (AJC)
Jon Ossoff (D) 51%
Karen Handel (R) 44%

This poll was done June 5-8 among 1000 registered voters.

Posted by Dave at 8:31 am
Filed under: General | Comments (492)

492 Responses to “Two Polls Show Ossoff Taking Lead in GA-6”

  1. Jonesy says:

    Never Trust a Newspaper poll, but how good is landmark?

    What are the Samples? D+10

  2. Bitterlaw says:

    Bold predictions:

    Tina will make many posts about Comey

    NYC will claim that he can be critical of Trump but will never be critical of Trump because it is all the fault of Congress.

    Robbie will claim that the GOP is doomed because of Trump.

    People will make bold statements on how the British elections have something to do with Trump when they did not.

  3. Phil says:

    Ossoff has raised 23 million dollars…..not for a senate seat mind you, for a congressional seat.

    Hopefully, these polls are not correct. The left and media will go crazy if they finally get that first Trump scalp. They definitely smell blood in the water.

  4. I Support Trump says:

    The GOP needs to pass the infrastructure bill and tax cuts. Handel will lose because the GOP hasn’t done anything. Losing could make Ryan and McConnell pass some bills.

  5. DW says:

    Landmark had Nunn winning over Perdue–they have a horrible track record of being left-leaning and wrong. That doesn’t prove they are wrong here, but just pointing out their past.

    The Atlanta Urinal & Constipation isn’t much better.

  6. Phil says:

    Rush said yesterday Handel will absolutely win this race. I thought at the time he was sure crawling way way out on a limb given there hasn’t been a single poll yet that has Handel in the lead. I have seen four polls so far and Handel is stuck at 44, 44, 47, and 48. Ossoff has reached 50 percent plus in three of them.

    The seat itself is not that important. Won’t effect the House at all. It really won’t. Losing it will, however not help recruitment for the 2018 cycle.

    We shall see.

  7. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #1
    It is R+2 in an R+9 district. Also, it is a poll of registered voters,not likely voters.
    As of yesterday, the early vote is R+11.

  8. DW says:

    In 2014 Perdue beat Nunn by 7 points– a score of 53% to 45%. As late as mid-October Landmark kept up with their polling showing Nunn in the lead. Landmark’s final poll just before the election did show Perdue reach a 4 point lead.

    The final Atlanta Urinal-Constipation poll had Perdue up only two points.

  9. Phil says:

    Ossoff is a liberal loon. It would be a shame if he gets in the House even if it is for just eighteen months. Let’s hope these polls all pointing to him winning are not accurate.

    Twenty three million for a House race. How do you even spend that much money in a congressional district?

  10. jason says:

    Expectations are a bitch…

    The conservatives in the UK won the election with 318 seats against 261 for labor. They increased their vote from 2015 by 5%. They made huge inroads into Scotland capturing a bunch of seats.

    But May is portrayed as a loser because no absolute majority and Corbin, a Marxist moron who led Labour to another big defeat, is portrayed as the winner.

  11. Cash Cow TM says:

    So…$23 million for a House CD race?

    That means in a CD with @ 450,000 residents you might have 300,000 voters. (Far less that 300,000 will actually vote.)

    Assuming 300,000, that means that Ossoff is spending over $76.00 PER RV in the district.

    About 1/2 will vote for Handel. So that means Ossoff will be spending about $150 per vote gained.

  12. BayernFan says:

    The Tories did lose their majority and have to stich up a deal with a Northern Ireland Unionist Party to remain in power. So yeah…they didn’t have a good night overall. They are very lucky Scotland bailed them out. We will see how long this government lasts, let alone May as PM.

  13. Jonesy says:

    Bayern, the DUP will force PC Tories more to the right, and they hate Corbyn with a passion

  14. Jonesy says:

    When I see a Newspaper poll. it always reminds me of the KY Gov Race in 2015. Louisville paper shad him down double digits day before vote.

    Handel is a awful candidate though.

    Ossoff does not even live in the district

  15. Phil says:

    13

    Given the early vote numbers in the first election where Ossoff got 70% of the early vote that is really surprising. Thanks for that info. VERY good news. GOP nearly always wins election day voting.

  16. Tina says:

    So off had a terrible debate with the long pause about not living in the district question.

    Handal is not a good candidate.

    I

  17. Jonesy says:

    Phil, now that Comey produced a nothing burger and embarrassed himself, it will help Handel.

    Just cant believe Ossoff does not even live in the District

  18. Jonesy says:

    Tina, good call on Theresa May. she is weak like Hillary.

    Tories need a leader who cant back some of that youth vote. Lost it by almost 45%

  19. Tina says:

    The rs are starting to move some bills.

    Veterans accountability.

    Repeal of dods, frank portion. I think they shoukd repeal all of it,

    Senate moving healtcare bill.

    No more excuses about muh russian. If necessary, scrap the vacation.

  20. Tina says:

    I did not like her response to the terrorist attacks. She seemed a blend of hillary and jeb. Weak and ineffective.

    I blasted the mulkah of londistan too for his failed response.

  21. Tina says:

    I did not realize that greta landed with msnbc. She was a top talent. I know a drat, but good independent thought.

    No wonder mslsd is king fauxs arse, no thanks to the juveniles now running it.

  22. Phil says:

    Somebody please explain to me how, with the terrorist problems in the UK, how the people of London could possibly elect a Muslim as their mayor. That is insane. They almost deserve what they are getting with the wave of terror although I would never wish that on any population regardless of their stupidity.

  23. Jonesy says:

    40% of London Population is Muslim, Phil. Add that to hard core labour partisans, and he is Mayor forever.

    One good note. Guy who lost Mayors race, who is Jewish, gained back his London Tory seat last night.

  24. Cash Cow TM says:

    Teresa May

    MAY spelled backwards is YAM
    ____________________________
    just saying….

  25. Jonesy says:

    James Murdoch was a problem a long time ago. Huge Al Gore fundraiser, and his wife is a loony marxist

  26. Phil says:

    40%?? Really? That is shocking. They are absolutely doomed. The genie is out of the bottle. The fix is in. If the US goes down the path of the UK after sitting back and watching what has happened in the UK and Europe we are morons. Unfortunately, the demographic of 18-34 year olds in America are blind and welcome immigration of large numbers of Muslim immigrants.

    If that isn’t politically correct enough for some of you then too bad.

  27. Jonesy says:

    Phil, many of Brit Muslims are from former English Colonies like Pakistan. They are given easier admission. France has the same problem

  28. Phil says:

    Ok, I looked it up. Muslim population is actually 12% in London which is 40% of the UK Muslim population. However, 12% is much larger than I imagined…..12% and growing I might add.

  29. janz says:

    #11. It’s all about political perspective….

    As for Georgia’s race, the Dem has a tremendous out-of-state cash advantage over Handel. Activists are simply plowing money into getting a Dem winning this special election.

  30. Tina says:

    Piglosi wants an investigation as to why trump visited saudi arabia,

    Well, I guess theynare moving on from the russian hoax to another hoax.

  31. Jonesy says:

    What is in worse shape? England or California?

  32. Phil says:

    LOL That is an easy one.

    California.

  33. Tina says:

    Surely england, california still has me.

  34. Jonesy says:

    35. Fair Enough Tina.

    How does the State of Georgia allow someone to run without living in the district. Any state for that matter.

  35. Jonesy says:

    Best way to to take down Nbc and Scarface, is to never watch Sunday Night Football. The profits that pay for the News Division.

  36. Tina says:

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jun/9/trump-lawyer-file-complaint-against-comey-justice-/

    Trumps lawyer to file complaints against comedy. One is an oig complaint. The oig is currently investigating acting fbi chief, mccabe.

  37. Robbie says:

    Martha McSally, retired Air Force fighter pilot and Republican Congresswoman from Arizona in a marginal district, says Trump’s tweets are hurting her.

    What a total cuck! Am I right HHR? If she had checked in with this comment section, she’d know Trump’s twitter feed is awesome and has been nothing but good for Republicans.

    She deserves to lose if she can’t take it from his excellency President Trump. She either needs to be primaried by a pure Tea Party candidate or Arizona needs to elect a Democrat to seat. A message must be sent.

    https://www.tucsonweekly.com/tucson/the-skinny/Content?oid=9242427

  38. Phil says:

    Unfortunately, Tina, you are outnumbered four million to one.

    Get out of there. Cash in that house, move to Texas, buy a house for a sixth of the money, no income tax, and not a liberal in sight unless you move to Austin.

  39. Robbie says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    June 9, 2017 at 8:50 am
    Bold predictions:
    Tina will make many posts about Comey
    NYC will claim that he can be critical of Trump but will never be critical of Trump because it is all the fault of Congress.
    Robbie will claim that the GOP is doomed because of Trump.
    People will make bold statements on how the British elections have something to do with Trump when they did not.

    – You’re right on my end. Trump’s antics and the myriad of crises surrounding him have been felt most in Republican leaning suburbs.

    Handel was never a great candidate and definitely deserves some blame, but in a neutral environment she should have won by at least 55-45. Ossoff doesn’t even live in the district!

    If she does lose, you are going to see a Republican panic in Congress. Trump isn’t going to like it either and will lash out. He broke a cardinal rule though. He forgot to be nice to people on the way up because he’ll need them on the way down.

  40. Jonesy says:

    McSally is a squish and a moderate. Tucsonans are very happy that trump has secured the border, she will be fine

  41. Tina says:

    I like my low property taxes, phil.

    I do spend some time near reno.

  42. Jonesy says:

    Robbie your predictions are always wrong, but you continue to disgrace yourself. Why bother?

  43. Jonesy says:

    Once you get Single payer, Tina, your property taxes will not be low

  44. Tina says:

    There are reports that mcamnesty lashed out at his staff today for his moment yesterday. What a disgrace.

  45. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 9, 2017 at 9:53 am
    Expectations are a bitch…
    The conservatives in the UK won the election with 318 seats against 261 for labor. They increased their vote from 2015 by 5%. They made huge inroads into Scotland capturing a bunch of seats.
    But May is portrayed as a loser because no absolute majority and Corbin, a Marxist moron who led Labour to another big defeat, is portrayed as the winner.

    – The collapse of the third parties like the Liberal Democrats and UKIP really affected the vote in unpredicted ways. In past races, 43% of the overall vote gave Thatcher and Blair landslide wins in 1983 and 1997. The though, the Liberal Democrats got as much as a quarter of the vote.

  46. Bitterlaw says:

    How does the State of Georgia allow someone to run without living in the district. Any state for that matter.

    I do not think that you have to live in the district that you represent. You do have to live in the state. When I ran in 2002, we bought a house outside the district. If I had pulled off a political miracle and won, I was told by the party’s attorney that I could continue to live in the new house and not maintain a residence in the city.

  47. Bitterlaw says:

    I still don’t understand why people would move somewhere that they don’t want to move to just because of politics and taxes. Tina obviously wants to live in California for some reason.

    Stay there, Tina.

  48. jason says:

    This is the fifth election in a row that Wobbie has predicted “panic” in case the GOP loses.

    Hope springs eternal.

  49. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 9, 2017 at 10:24 am
    Bayern, the DUP will force PC Tories more to the right, and they hate Corbyn with a passion

    – On BBC this morning, Tory backbenchers were telling the network May would likely be forced out during their Summer break. It will be hard for her to stay because snap elections are referendums on the person who calls the race. Tories don’t like her management style or her affection for Jim Messina who ran the campaign.

  50. Tina says:

    Phil and gang,

    Trump is doing a presser later today with a foreign representative, i forgot the name kfmthe country.

    Look for some newsworth quips.

  51. Bitterlaw says:

    I do spend some time near reno.

    Tina shot a man in Reno just to watch him die. Or maybe it was David Letterman who did it.

  52. Tina says:

    I have a lot of liberal friends, bl. They now hate president trump, but like w bush, for some reason. They flood my facebook, until last night and today.

    They are no longer posting every conspiracy about russian trump collussion.

    I tried helping them along the way. I am sure they are bitter.

  53. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 9, 2017 at 10:26 am
    When I see a Newspaper poll. it always reminds me of the KY Gov Race in 2015. Louisville paper shad him down double digits day before vote.
    Handel is a awful candidate though.
    Ossoff does not even live in the district

    – Obama was president and had an approval rating in the mid 40’s. Now the roles are reversed. Trump is president and has a 39% approval rating.

  54. Tina says:

    I am sure the drats and the remaining never trump aholes, will find another conspiracy.

  55. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    June 9, 2017 at 10:42 am
    Somebody please explain to me how, with the terrorist problems in the UK, how the people of London could possibly elect a Muslim as their mayor. That is insane. They almost deserve what they are getting with the wave of terror although I would never wish that on any population regardless of their stupidity.

    – Simple. The British have lived with terrorism for a long, long time. The IRA used to bomb subway stations and other places all the time. Great Britain is also a default liberal society.

  56. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 9, 2017 at 11:46 am
    Robbie your predictions are always wrong, but you continue to disgrace yourself. Why bother?

    – Then ignore me. You showed up two weeks ago to do nothing but slurp Trump so I’m suspicious of you anyway. You remind me a Larry who suddenly showed up in January 2016 to consistently pimp Rubio and then immediately disappeared when Rubio bowed out.

  57. Tina says:

    Btw, bush 41 pardonned caspae weinberger during the investigation in the early 1990s. This during an investigation.

    Look it up.

    Executive branch, regardless of party, has that power to stop or halt investigations.

    Statements by trump as recollected by comedy about investigate me, investigate my satellites, and hoping you can let flynn go, which the fbi had already done with respect to the phone call to russia that was illegalky intercepted btw, do not rise to obstruction.

  58. Jonesy says:

    West Virginia AG (R) looking to run against Manchin

  59. Tina says:

    The statements made by obama about hillary not doung anything were even stronger than trump

    The obumbler even halted an fbi investigation.

    Comedy, the partisan hack, stopped it.

  60. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 9, 2017 at 11:50 am
    This is the fifth election in a row that Wobbie has predicted “panic” in case the GOP loses.
    Hope springs eternal.

    – This from the guy who claimed Handel won a strong victory is a mythical primary that didn’t even exist.

  61. jason says:

    I see Wobbie is moving the goalposts again. I guess he is crushed Comey’s testimony was a bust for the MSM, I can see why he would be stressed. He feels for his friends.

    I personally never said Trump’s tweets were “nothing but good for the GOP”

    What I did say is that Trump’s use of Twitter is a legitimate way to counter the overwhelmingly negative and dishonest MSM narrative bent on delegitimizing his Presidency. I also said it would be political suicide for him to give up his one opportunity to present his side, since the MSM certainly won’t.

    But don’t worry Wobbie, I am sure your MSM masters will come up with something new against Trump that you can happily and instantly regurgitate here.

    Patience, patience.

  62. Jonesy says:

    Tina, according to Clinton’s 1992 Campaign manager, Bush 1 was surging until Weinberger indictment

  63. jason says:

    – This from the guy who claimed Handel won a strong victory is a mythical primary that didn’t even exist.”

    You mean the 42% of the R vote against 20% of her nearest competitor? That strong victory?

  64. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 11:53 am
    I am sure the drats and the remaining never trump aholes, will find another conspiracy.

    – If anyone knows anything about conspiracies, it’s you.

    And I’m sorry to burst your bubble, but the Comey story isn’t going away. Yesterday, was a bad day for Trump.

    I know that’s not what Hoft, Cardillo, and Bongino told you on Twitter, but it was a bad day.

    A week from now, Trump’s approval in the RCP average will be lower than the 39.0% it is today.

  65. Jonesy says:

    64. Very well said Jason. The best way for Trump to Bypass Robbie’s MSM buddies censorship, is thru twitter.

    Media cannot change his words, it is out there for all to see

  66. Jonesy says:

    Robbie thy name is Tinfoil

  67. Tina says:

    Lol, loon.

  68. jason says:

    This was true. GHWB had strong momentum and was closing fast on Clinton, but the indictment took the wind out his sails at the last moment. And of course it was intentional.

  69. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 9, 2017 at 11:58 am
    I see Wobbie is moving the goalposts again. I guess he is crushed Comey’s testimony was a bust for the MSM, I can see why he would be stressed. He feels for his friends.

    – Not moving the goal posts at all. I think Comey’s testimony was bad for Trump.

    I do love how you went from hating Trump all last year and even changing your registration because of him to now being a spear catcher for him.

  70. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 9, 2017 at 11:58 am
    I see Wobbie is moving the goalposts again. I guess he is crushed Comey’s testimony was a bust for the MSM, I can see why he would be stressed. He feels for his friends.

    – Wes, he’s still pushing this nonsense.

  71. Jonesy says:

    71. Bush’s own DOJ took him down. Sounds like something Comey the coward would do

  72. Robbie says:

    Jonesy, Tinfoil Tina, and Jason. What a group.

  73. Tina says:

    That is teue, but the first oresident bush could not explain the economy was growing in excess of 4 percent.

  74. jason says:

    Actually it was an excellent day for Trump, since Comey had nothing, nada, zilch. The best he could do was say Trump lied about his firing. ZZzzzzzz…

    But of course Wobbie will go with the “bad day” narrative because that is what the MSM says.

    Why was it a good day for Trump?

    1. Comey confirmed he told Trump he was not under investigation.

    2. Comey confirmed Trump did not interfere in the Russian investigation in any way, and that nothing changed as a result of the conversations.

    3. Comey confirmed he understood Trump was not referring to the general Russia investigation when he said he hoped Comey would give Flynn a break.

    On substance Trump did get completely vindicated. But Wobbie and the MSM can still pretend the optics were terrible. It’s all they have.

  75. Tina says:

    Rottie, piglosi, and schumah,

    What a team.

  76. Jonesy says:

    I remember when Bush 1 passed out in Japan. MSM was all over him.

    Read my Lips really hurt him with my late Father.

  77. Jonesy says:

    77. Best part of Robbie’s day, was that Reynolds Wrap was on sale at Wal-Mart

  78. Tina says:

    His tax increases and activist foreign policy ruined it with me. I still voted for him, thought his son would be a better president.

    I am somglad that family is done nationally.

  79. lisab says:

    comey was a bust for the dems

    they news is almost silent about him already, the news that is out is negative about comey leaking

    if comey had done well, the news would be wall to wall comey

  80. BitterColeslaw says:

    “Jonesy says:

    June 9, 2017 at 11:37 am

    Best way to to take down Nbc and Scarface, is to never watch Sunday Night Football. The profits that pay for the News Division.”

    Never mix sports and politics!!!

  81. Tina says:

    Rasmussen has trumps approval at 46 percent.

    Btw, the ibp poll on muh russian is brutal for the drats and jebots. Brutal, even before yesterdays implosion by comedy.

  82. Jonesy says:

    84. Tell that to Espn

  83. jason says:

    I do love how you went from hating Trump all last year and even changing your registration because of him to now being a spear catcher for him.”

    LOL

    Look, you can still continue to act like its all about Jeb Bush.

    I have moved on. I didn’t like Trump, and nothing changed except he won.

    Now instead of wallowing in self pity like you that your candidate didn’t win, I prefer to see where I can support him on things good for the country. I don’t have to like him to do that, there is a bigger picture here.

    And I am certainly not going get on the MSM’s sordid and dishonest bandwagon like you have because of petty reasons.

    You are a weak, pathetic loser incapable of forming you own views, so you always have to repeat someone else’s.

  84. Jonesy says:

    Tina, Robbie dismisses RAS.

    He goes by University polling like Junk Quinnipac, who blew the 2016 election

  85. Wobbles says:

    “omey was a bust for the dems”

    Not according to the NYT and Huff Post and my other left wing sources.

    They say it was terrible for Trump.

    I believe them.

    I always do.

  86. Jonesy says:

    The thing about Never trumpers, is that they all blew the 2016 election, but act like they are still credible and relevant.

    National review, Rick Wilson, Neil Cavuto are non grata

  87. Wobbles says:

    Rasmussen has trumps approval at 46 percent”

    Trash it.

    It doesn’t fit my narrative or the MSM’s.

    Sorry for repeating myself.

  88. jason says:

    Cavuto was pro-Trump during the primaries, I remember it irritated me.

  89. Jonesy says:

    Jason, have to admit the British youth vote worries me a little for 2018.

    70% turnout for 18-24 last night. Trump people need to watch that. Will not hurt us on Senate, but maybe House

  90. DW says:

    “if comey had done well, the news would be wall to wall comey”

    exactly right. Just follow the media reaction and it tells you all you need to know. Just like their faces on election night–you could tell by 9:30 which way the wind was blowing.

  91. Tina says:

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/06/comeys-leaker-goes-hiding-unmasked/

    Comedys leak person is now in hiding. They need to get search warrants on comedy and the professor. Gubment property was taken, the notes. It does not matter if they were classified or not.

    They need to establish a chain of custody.

  92. Trump says:

    It was fun to watch a grown man crying about getting fired for incompetence.

    That was the gist of the nutjob’s testimony.

    The nutjob did manage to identify two criminals -Loretta lynch and himself.

  93. lisab says:

    sooooooo … handel is a terrible candidate

    ossoff has outspent her 6 to 1

    yet

    the ballots cast so far are r+11
    and
    highly skewed to 50+ voters

    and trump is handel’s problem?

    the only thing ossoff has is a large indy vote and a large women vote

  94. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 9, 2017 at 12:17 pm

    Look, you can still continue to act like its all about Jeb Bush.
    I have moved on. I didn’t like Trump, and nothing changed except he won.
    Now instead of wallowing in self pity like you that your candidate didn’t win, I prefer to see where I can support him on things good for the country. I don’t have to like him to do that, there is a bigger picture here.
    And I am certainly not going get on the MSM’s sordid and dishonest bandwagon like you have because of petty reasons.
    You are a weak, pathetic loser incapable of forming you own views, so you always have to repeat someone else’s.

    – Whenever Jason gets cornered, he just barfs up something about poor Jeb. The fact is Jason mentions Jeb all of the time. I haven’t had anything to say about him since he dropped out of the race in February 2016. I wish Jeb had won, but I also wish Rubio, Kasich, Cruz, or even Romney had found a way to win in 2016 so we wouldn’t be stuck with Trump.

    I didn’t like Trump in the primary and I still don’t like Trump. I tried to give him a second look after he won and I spent plenty of time praising his cabinet selections and his pick of Neil Gorsuch. But he did those things in December and January.

    Since then, it’s been self inflicted wound after self inflicted wound. And compounding that, Trump has shown increasingly erratic behavior. His Twitter outbursts have distracted from the legislative agenda and gotten him in legal hot water now that a special council has been named.

  95. Trump says:

    The Jeb cocsucking retard is the epitome of a brain dead corpse.

  96. Bitterlaw says:

    Never mix sports and politics!!!

    I agree with my parody poster.

  97. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 9, 2017 at 12:18 pm
    Tina, Robbie dismisses RAS.
    He goes by University polling like Junk Quinnipac, who blew the 2016 election

    – Wrong “guy who showed up two weeks ago”. While I am highly suspicious of any robo-pollster (you’d know that if you been around more than two weeks), I use the RCP average which includes Rasmussen. I don’t like to look at any one poll, especially Rasmussen, but I do look at it in context of the RCP average.

  98. Trump says:

    Allways wrong, and proud of it.

    Nobody could be this stupid without trying.

  99. Trump says:

    Meanwhile, trump cruises towards reelection.

    This pig Robbie thinks trump is responsible for legislation

  100. Trump says:

    Pick up a copy of the constitution, retarded monkey

  101. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 9, 2017 at 12:21 pm
    The thing about Never trumpers, is that they all blew the 2016 election, but act like they are still credible and relevant.
    National review, Rick Wilson, Neil Cavuto are non grata

    – This is what I love about the Trump brigades. Very few people have been as pro-Trump as Neil Cavuto, but, because he shows frustration over Trump’s recent behavior, he’s now persona non grata with Trumpers. The Trumpers demand 100% loyalty of Trump or else.

  102. Trump says:

    Neil cavuto should run for president if he thinks he can do a better job

  103. Trump says:

    All the losers seem to have advice for trump.

    They should be fuc ing themselves.

  104. NYCmike says:

    “Jonesy, Tinfoil Tina, and Jason. What a group.”

    -Hey, let me in, you b*st*rds!

  105. NYCmike says:

    Neil Cavuto?

    Is that Bob’s brother?

  106. Phil says:

    I want into the tinfoil brigade too.

  107. Robbie says:

    While the Trumpers conduct their purges of the disloyal, polling shows the Independents who powered Republicans to victories in 2010, 2014, and 2016 are fleeing the Republican Party for the Democrats right now. That’s why 80% of Republicans can approve of Trump’s job, but his approval rating barely touches the 40% mark nationally.

    By the way, does anyone realize how hard someone has to work to have a 39% approval rating when the unemployment rate is 4.3% and the stock market is at all-time highs?

  108. Mr.Vito says:

    How many MSM retractions got printed over that testimony?

    Not nearly enough, I would guess.

  109. NYCmike says:

    #HookLine&Sinker is on his usual roll…..

  110. NYCmike says:

    Good afternoon, Mr. Vito.

  111. Phil says:

    You don’t have to work all that hard when you have the MSM working 24/7 day in day out to destroy you.

  112. Robbie says:

    So are the Trumpers going to excommunicate Judge Napolitano over his comments about the Comey testimony? You loved him when he floated his conspiratorial Larry Johnson inspired claim GCHQ spied on Trump at Obama request, but here he says Trump hasn’t been honest.

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/judge-napolitano-credible-and-compelling-case-that-donald-trump-has-not-been-honest/

  113. Mr.Vito says:

    “By the way, does anyone realize how hard someone has to work to have a 39% approval rating when…”

    The MSM has been working very hard.

  114. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    June 9, 2017 at 12:58 pm
    You don’t have to work all that hard when you have the MSM working 24/7 day in day out to destroy you.

    – Trump gives them the ammo they need every day. If he just shut up, the press would run out of stories, but he feeds the beast every day.

    I’m genuinely surprised to see you, of all the people here, going to mattresses for Trump. Is this about his support for tough immigration? I know that’s a key issue for you.

  115. NYCmike says:

    Napolitano, along with Cavuto, and everyone else, are simply a data point.

    Stop making them out to have such outsized influence on events yet to take place.

  116. NYCmike says:

    Good or bad for Trump.

  117. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 12:59 pm
    “By the way, does anyone realize how hard someone has to work to have a 39% approval rating when…”
    The MSM has been working very hard.

    – If the rhetorical guns the press are firing don’t have any ammo, there is no bang. Trump gives them the ammo every day.

  118. Mr.Vito says:

    Comey’s claim he leaked the memo after a Trump tweet isn’t adding up with the timeline of an NYT story printed prior to the tweet…

    He either perjured himself or knows one of his other contacts leaked it first.

  119. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:01 pm
    Napolitano, along with Cavuto, and everyone else, are simply a data point.
    Stop making them out to have such outsized influence on events yet to take place.

    – No. I was pointing out how quickly Trump supporters throw their own overboard the minute one says something that’s not totally positive about Trump.

    And by the way, you post plenty of pro-Trump commentary from various people. Aren’t you just doing the same thing I am, or is it different because they’re pro-Trump?

  120. Mr.Vito says:

    “If the rhetorical guns the press are firing don’t have any ammo, there is no bang.”

    Still waiting for the ‘bang’…

  121. Tina says:

    I thought napaolitano was a nut job for mentioning the obama wiretapping trump?

  122. Tina says:

    For that report, napolitano should have been fired.

    I am sure I read it here.

  123. Phil says:

    I don’t dispute that Trump is ham handed. I’ve been plenty critical of him. That said, with the media twisting every story to do everything in their power to take him out, he has hardly been given a fair shake. Not even close.

    BTW, I don’t dispute what Robbie has said about indies. They are the ones trending away from the GOP at the moment.

  124. Bitterlaw says:

    Nobody could be this stupid without trying.

    Once again, Poster Trump causes the Irony Meter to explode.

  125. Mr.Vito says:

    How much more time will be wasted creating ghosts to chase, Robbie Doo?

    They all turn out to be some nobody dressed up to scare people away…

  126. Tina says:

    The timelines are not working out and leaking governmental information, which comedy stupidly admitted to, is problematic.

    He tried to do a bj with his prepared remarks.

  127. Tina says:

    Has maggie opined yet?

    What is her take?

    Did she receive any more leaks from comedy?

  128. Tina says:

    You know everybody leaks.

  129. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:05 pm
    I thought napaolitano was a nut job for mentioning the obama wiretapping trump?

    – Again Tinfoil, I was pointing out how quickly you and your fellow Trumpers throw people overboard the instant they speak ill of Trump. I hardly find anything he has said or will say to be compelling.

    And yes, I believe FoxNews should have fired him for his claim. He caused an international incident. FoxNews took him off the air for a short period, but he deserved a firing.

  130. Phil says:

    Tina, Comey can share a cell with the leaker who wants to burn down the WH. She was denied bail today.

  131. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:07 pm
    How much more time will be wasted creating ghosts to chase, Robbie Doo?
    They all turn out to be some nobody dressed up to scare people away…

    – Talk to the special council, Robert Mueller. I’m sure if you tell the former head of the FBI he’s chasing ghosts, he will close down his investigation forthwith.

  132. Tina says:

    The jebot is having a bad name. You drats can find another conspiracy. Maybe target barron again or melanie.

  133. Robbie says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:07 pm
    Nobody could be this stupid without trying.
    Once again, Poster Trump causes the Irony Meter to explode.

    – I think he’s purposefully going over the top to get a response. It is soccer guru. That’s why I ignore him.

  134. Tina says:

    Comedy admitting to leaking somthat he could trigger a sp.

    The sp should not exist. Moreover, imdo not see how mueller gets passed the comedy is my friend part. The appearance of a conflict, youmknow.

  135. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:13 pm
    The jebot is having a bad name. You drats can find another conspiracy. Maybe target barron again or melanie.

    – I’m sure if you communicate with Robert Mueller through your microwave and tell him he’s just investigating a conspiracy, he’ll stop.

  136. Phil says:

    Somebody remind me what the crime Mueller is supposed to be investigating?

    Please don’t tell me it is still collusion with the Russians.

  137. Robbie says:

    Leaking is not against the law. The Trump White House leaks, the Congress leaks, everyone leaks.

    What is against the law is leaking CLASSIFIED information. If Mueller thought those memos were classified, he would not have allowed Comey to testify. And remember, Comey sought Mueller’s permission before he spoke.

  138. Tina says:

    141, you are full of it. Stupid comment.

  139. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:17 pm
    Somebody remind me what the crime Mueller is supposed to be investigating?
    Please don’t tell me it is still collusion with the Russians.

    – No. There never was any collusion. Trump and his team couldn’t organize a two-car parade. There’s no way they colluded with Russia. And collusion in this case isn’t even against the law.

    What’s being looked into is Mike Flynn and whether he lied on official documents. And because Trump couldn’t stay out of his own way, it seems pretty clear Mueller is looking into the import of the conversation Trump had with Comey over Flynn.

  140. Tina says:

    Taking government documents is a crime in and of itself. It does not matter if its classified.

    He leaked it to his friend on 5/10 or 5/11. Motive was retribution and to trigger an sp.

  141. Mr.Vito says:

    135 I’m talking to you, Robbie Doo. Which ghost are we chasing now?

  142. Tina says:

    It would not take 9 months to look at flynns document issue. You are stupid. He corrected and admitted thise documents were in error. That could trigger a fine, if anything. However, ose records are always amended or corrected.

  143. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:19 pm
    141, you are full of it. Stupid comment.

    – Is leaking non-classified information against the law? Yes or no?

    When Trump White House officials leak to the press about possible legislation, is that against the law?

    When Romney’s campaign leaked their own polling to the press in 2012, was that against the law?

    When White House officials leaked to the press the names of judges they were considering for SCOTUS, was that against the law?

    Leaks are not against the law. You have cooed like a baby over plenty of stories that use unnamed sources. Those are, by definition, leaks.

  144. Bitterlaw says:

    You know everybody leaks.

    I heard that Kegel exercises might help, Tina.

  145. jason says:

    t seems pretty clear Mueller is looking into the import of the conversation Trump had with Comey over Flynn.”

    Zzzzzzz… right, Mueller is going to take one guy’s word over another (especially the one that got fired) even if there was an issue.

  146. Tina says:

    Everybody in town cilates that law. They simply correct it, or get a do over. No fines or penalties.

    The jebot is clearly upset

    The sp was triggered because of comedy leaking stuff to his friend on 5/10 or 5/11 to maggie,p and to flapper. Cnn.

  147. Tina says:

    Leaking polling.

    Lol, that is not a crime. We are not in France.

  148. jason says:

    Yes, we are filing obstruction of justice against the President based on a non-recorded non-witnessed conversation…….

  149. jason says:

    Which, as a matter of fact, changed nothing in any investigation.

  150. Tina says:

    You need to be cocnerned wit the illegal wiretapping and unmasking.

  151. Tina says:

    I answered the question. Comedy took gubment work product home and leaked it. That is his first problem. It violates the Federal Records Act.

    He also did it in violation of the fbis workplace.

    The information could be classified.

    I would not want to be him. He is in legal status.

    And btw stupid, these charges can be filed indepedently of the sp. They do not involve muh russian.

  152. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:21 pm
    135 I’m talking to you, Robbie Doo. Which ghost are we chasing now?

    – I’m not chasing any ghosts. As you know, I have never bought into the Russia collusion story. But I’m also not going to pretend Trump hasn’t created big problems for himself with the way he handled Mike Flynn or the firing of Comey. That was a firing, by the way, which I thought was warranted and wrote here the night it happened.

  153. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:24 pm
    t seems pretty clear Mueller is looking into the import of the conversation Trump had with Comey over Flynn.”
    Zzzzzzz… right, Mueller is going to take one guy’s word over another (especially the one that got fired) even if there was an issue.

    – I said he was looking into the import of the conversation.

    I didn’t say anything about what conclusions he would draw.

  154. Tina says:

    Flynn is not in trouble, it is ovah.

    Trump was never in trouble. His revenge will be epic, however.

  155. jason says:

    ay. If he just shut up, the press would run out of stories, but he feeds the beast every day.”

    Ah yes, the theory that if you are nice to terrorists they will be nice to you.

    The MSM will love Trump if he stops tweeting.

    Wobbie IS a clown.

  156. Mr.Vito says:

    156 you’ve bought every story that comes across the wire… again what is the next ghost? You tell me.

  157. NYCmike says:

    “Trump and his team couldn’t organize a two-car parade. ”

    -Yet, they live in the White House now…….

  158. Tina says:

    He also testified to e senate that he never leaked. Yesterday, he admitted to leaking,

    That is why there will be an oig referal filed against him and a complaint to grassleys committee.

    Yes, its perjury.

    He is in legal trouble. The sp cannotmhelp him since by their own admissions they are bffs. A little conflict of interest.

  159. Mr.Vito says:

    “I said he was looking into the import of the conversation.”

    Is that the ghost?

    The import of a conversation that was not illegal in any way?

  160. NYCmike says:

    kegel exercises…leaking…heh.

  161. Tina says:

    Everything i posted here about muh russian turned out correctly. I said that comedy was stupid in testifying. I pointed out wgat pitfalls he could get into, and sure enough he fell in to all legal putfalls

    Now his professor friend is in hiding.

    They need to get the warrants and seize the documents, before they are altered or destroyed.

  162. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:28 pm
    I answered the question. Comedy took gubment work product home and leaked it. That is his first problem. It violates the Federal Records Act.
    He also did it in violation of the fbis workplace.
    The information could be classified.
    I would not want to be him. He is in legal status.
    And btw stupid, these charges can be filed indepedently of the sp. They do not involve muh russian.

    – When Comey leaked to the press he had already been fired. He was no longer an employee of the FBI.

    When someone asked LBJ why he hadn’t fired Hoover, he said, “better to have him pissing inside the tent than outside the tent”.

    When Trump fired Comey, he gave him the chance to start pissing outside the tent. And if Trump had not fired Comey, none of this would be an issue.

  163. NYCmike says:

    “156 you’ve bought every story that comes across the wire… again what is the next ghost? You tell me.”

    -Robbie,

    please tell Mr. vito I want to be alone on Trump’s groin…..

  164. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:30 pm
    Flynn is not in trouble, it is ovah.
    Trump was never in trouble. His revenge will be epic, however.

    – Bookmarking the part about Flynn.

  165. Mr.Vito says:

    I can only imagine the convo between Comey and Mueller in which the result was for Comey to go admit what he did…

  166. NYCmike says:

    “And if Trump had not fired Comey, none of this would be an issue.”

    -And what exactly is the issue?

  167. Tina says:

    The admission that comedy leaked to trigger the sp could spell the end of the sp.

  168. Tina says:

    Comedy would have pissed inside the tent, uh continued to piss inside the tent. He was a known leaker.

  169. Mr.Vito says:

    Trump should not have fired the guy leaking his conversations to the NYT.

  170. Tina says:

    I rather have comedy piss outside the tent than inside the tent. serial,leaker has been exposed. Good luck. And no sp would tell his friend to sdmit to leaking stuff in congressional hearing or other legal hearing.

    That statement that the sp,told comedy what to say is well wrong and in loony bin territory.

  171. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:32 pm
    “I said he was looking into the import of the conversation.”
    Is that the ghost?
    The import of a conversation that was not illegal in any way?

    – Well, your view is to give Trump the benefit of the doubt almost 100% of the time.

    I take the opposite view. He’s done nothing to earn it in my view.

    You’ll just have to deal with that just like I have to deal with the fact HHR has become a pro-Trump hangout.

  172. Tina says:

    The sp cannot guide the testimony of a personnhe could be potentially investigating.

    Louise Mensch, your bff, beleives that.

    Loony tunes.

  173. Tina says:

    You’ll just have to deal with that just like I have to deal with the fact HHR has become a pro-Trump hangout.

    Translated, I am out of my league touting conspiracyntheories that the sp helps comedy.

    Lol

  174. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:35 pm
    “And if Trump had not fired Comey, none of this would be an issue.”
    -And what exactly is the issue?

    – If you have to ask that question, then I can’t help you.

    How about I just say yesterday was Trump most awesome day as president? Would that make everyone happy?

  175. Tina says:

    McCain later released a statement, joking that “maybe going forward I shouldn’t stay up late watching them Diamondbacks night games.”

    Yes, also, maybe next time, do not send a minion to get another pepe dossier

  176. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:37 pm
    Trump should not have fired the guy leaking his conversations to the NYT.

    – The firing was warranted, but it was the firing that provoked the spectacle we saw yesterday. Had he not fired him, yesterday and the last month for that matter wouldn’t have happened.

    Was the firing worth it? Trump himself said he fired Comey because of Russia, but firing Comey eventually lead to a special council on the Russia matter.

  177. Tina says:

    Wrong, it was comedys leaking classified information to his professor friend is what resulted in the triggering of the sp.

    He testified tomthat yesterday. Assuming, he is not lying.

  178. Mr.Vito says:

    “Well, your view is to give Trump the benefit of the doubt almost 100% of the time. I take the opposite view.”

    Well, you’re half right. My view is not to buy into anyone’s partisan baloney until the facts come out, as everyone here knows. You are right that you take the opposite view.

    Find that ghost, Robbie Doo.

  179. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:39 pm
    The sp cannot guide the testimony of a personnhe could be potentially investigating.
    Louise Mensch, your bff, beleives that.
    Loony tunes.

    – Oh yeah, I think Louise Mensch is just great. Stop lying. You’re the one who thought she was great because you used her story as the foundation for Trump’s wiretap tweet.

  180. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:45 pm
    Wrong, it was comedys leaking classified information to his professor friend is what resulted in the triggering of the sp.
    He testified tomthat yesterday. Assuming, he is not lying.

    – So now you claim Comey leaked classified information? Based on what?

  181. Tina says:

    Lol, jebot. The wiretapping began in summer of 2015. I did not need for her to tell me that, or any other person.

  182. Bitterlaw says:

    please tell Mr. vito I want to be alone on Trump’s groin…..

    It’s only June 9th but we might have gayest post of the year.

  183. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:46 pm
    “Well, your view is to give Trump the benefit of the doubt almost 100% of the time. I take the opposite view.”
    Well, you’re half right. My view is not to buy into anyone’s partisan baloney until the facts come out, as everyone here knows. You are right that you take the opposite view.
    Find that ghost, Robbie Doo.

    – I’ve made my view clear on Trump. I can’t stand him and, like Bitterlaw, I wish he would quit so Pence can become president.

  184. Tina says:

    Ask maggie she will tell you if it was classified or not.

  185. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:49 pm
    Lol, jebot. The wiretapping began in summer of 2015. I did not need for her to tell me that, or any other person.

    – Bless your heart.

  186. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:50 pm
    Ask maggie she will tell you if it was classified or not.

    – So as is your style, you just made up the fact he leaked classified information in order to make your point seem better since you finally realized that leaking information that’s not classified is not illegal. In fact, it’s the way DC works.

  187. Bitterlaw says:

    I think that only Tina and NYC are “pro-Trump.” Most of us are just anti-Dem and Trump sometimes gets support for that.

  188. Tina says:

    Bless your hear said rottie the conspiracy loon

  189. Tina says:

    Is mamas basement cold?

    Do you not understand what I wrote on comedy and why he is in trouble potentially?

  190. Tina says:

    I am not pro trump, bl. However, i saw the russian collusion story as a hoax to cover up for her thighness. The objection was a coup, and I wont participate in that

  191. Tina says:

    And this is comedys bff

    Jeremy Corbyn @jeremycorbyn

    Thanks Hugo Chavez for showing that the poor matter and wealth can be shared. He made massive contributions to Venezuela & a very wide world

  192. Tina says:

    The jebot equated leaking polling numbers to classified information.

    Lol, stupid.

  193. Tina says:

    Bill Mitchell @mitchellvii
    ·
    28m

    I almost feel bad for the #snowflakes, imagining they won yesterday.

    Almost.

    Lol

  194. Tina says:

    Save me sp mueller, you are my only hope.

    You guided my testimony.

    Jeobots report on comedy.

  195. Robbie says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:53 pm
    I think that only Tina and NYC are “pro-Trump.” Most of us are just anti-Dem and Trump sometimes gets support for that.

    – I think you got to heart of the problem when you wrote “most of us are just anti-Dem”. If the Republican Party is simply anti-Dem, then it will fail. Nothing can succeed by simply being “not the other guy”.

    I am extremely critical of Trump for two reasons. The first is I find him disgusting. The second is I care about the Republican Party and the issues for which it stands. I want to see the party and its issues succeed. So long as we’re just worried about being anti-Dem, those issues won’t succeed.

  196. Diamond Jim says:

    CC

  197. NYCmike says:

    Pro-Trump?

    I guess so. Gorsuch. Other judges. Repealing regulations. Foreign policy dealings. Pissing on media.

  198. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:59 pm
    The jebot equated leaking polling numbers to classified information.
    Lol, stupid.

    – Bless your heart. I did no such thing.

    You’ve been howling at the moon that all leaking is illegal. I pointed out that leaking non-classified material is totally legally and cited several examples.

  199. NYCmike says:

    “The second is I care about the Republican Party and the issues for which it stands.”

    -Let’s see some legislation which reflects those ideals……STILL WAITING, as is Trump.

  200. Tina says:

    I cannot fix rottie the stupid.

  201. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 9, 2017 at 2:04 pm
    Pro-Trump?
    I guess so. Gorsuch. Other judges. Repealing regulations. Foreign policy dealings. Pissing on media.

    – Does that include refusing to honor a treaty agreement like Article 5 of NATO because Trump personally pulled that line out of is speech last week?

  202. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 9, 2017 at 2:06 pm
    “The second is I care about the Republican Party and the issues for which it stands.”
    -Let’s see some legislation which reflects those ideals……STILL WAITING, as is Trump.

    – As usual, you missed the point.

  203. Tina says:

    Bless your heart, said rottie the idiot.

  204. Tina says:

    You’ve been howling at the moon that all leaking is illegal. I pointed out that leaking non-classified material is totally legally and cited several examples.

    Sp Mueller will save me.

  205. Robbie says:

    How Trump’s Twitter account mucks things up and oftem requires clean up.

    Mark Knoller?
    @markknoller 25m
    25 minutes ago

    In this tweet on Tuesday, Pres Trump cheered GCC states for targeting Qatar for financial support of extremist groups.

    Now, today.

    Zeke Miller?
    @ZekeJMiller 20m
    20 minutes ago

    WASHINGTON (AP) – Secretary of State Tillerson says Qatar blockade is hindering US military efforts, campaign against Islamic State group.

  206. Tina says:

    So the next boogie man is twitter.

    Lol, predictable.

    I say in loonville land, they should target melanie.

  207. NYCmike says:

    “honor a treaty agreement”

    -Maybe he should have…..let me see what Vladimir says is the correct course.

  208. Tina says:

    https://jonathanturley.org/2017/06/08/did-comey-violate-laws-in-leaking-memo/

    Here, i posted this yesterday. Whether they are or are not classified, turkey beleives that they are classified, is not the issue

    But the sp will save him.

  209. Mr.Vito says:

    Sounds like Trump was right about Qatar in both tweets.

  210. Tina says:

    And as i mentioed, per the washington examiner, trumps attorney is filing an oig compalint against comedy as well as a complaint to the senate re comedy.

    They need to secure those memos, if a crime has been committed.

  211. Tina says:

    Sp, you guided my testimony. Thank you bff.

    Comedy,

    Lol,

  212. Bitterlaw says:

    MD’s twitter posts now state that NBC is more credible than Fox News. He truly has gone down a dark path.

  213. Tina says:

    Does that include mslsd?

  214. Mr.Vito says:

    MD never truly recovered from the time Mr.Bitter called him a bad parent.

    Mr.Bitter has actually been the Titan all along.

  215. NYCmike says:

    “Mr.Bitter has actually been the Titan all along.”

    -Mr. Vito comes back, and immediately starts to elevate his next victim, only to dethrone him at a date of his choosing…..

  216. Bitterlaw says:

    MD said that even with Maddow, NBC is more credible.

  217. Bitterlaw says:

    I thought that MD said that because I have a daughter, I could not be a good father and vote for Trump at the same time.

  218. blobbie says:

    “Leaking is not against the law. ” robbie

    ummmmmm … yes it is, and it carries huge penalties

    that is told to you right up front when you are hired

    you cannot disclose anything as a fed employee

  219. Tina says:

    You cannot take gubment sheot home with you after your termination, including papers, etc.

    But the sp guided his testimony.

  220. lisab says:

    i was not even allowed to disclose information to people in other federal agencies

    and was instructed to tell my boss if anyone from another agency asked me for any

    AND

    to be wary of people in other agencies “making friends” with me and asking me for info in a casual way

    never mind people outside the government

  221. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    205.” – Does that include refusing to honor a treaty agreement like Article 5 of NATO because Trump personally pulled that line out of is speech last week?”

    Robbie, the Europeans need to pay their fair share, and spend 2% on their military budgets. Right now they are freeloaders, it needs to end NOW. Trump is right.

  222. Tina says:

    Rez Aslan, cnn nut, fired.

  223. Tina says:

    Trump calls out comedy as a leaker during the presser with the romanian leader.

    Jebot to be triggered.

  224. Tina says:

    Article 5 meme from jebot was done away with in the presser.

  225. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    209. “In this tweet on Tuesday, Pres Trump cheered GCC states for targeting Qatar for financial support of extremist groups.

    Now, today. Zeke Miller? 20 minutes ago
    WASHINGTON (AP) – Secretary of State Tillerson says Qatar blockade is hindering US military efforts, campaign against Islamic State group.”

    _____________

    Robbie, once again your distorting facts. Tillerson was appointed by Trump to mediate the dispute. Like Trump, he attacked Qatar for financing terrorist groups. He is trying to resolve the issue, not disagreeing with Trump.

    “WASHINGTON (AP) — Secretary of State Rex Tillerson called on Arab nations on Friday to immediately ease their blockade on Qatar, warning that the Persian Gulf crisis is hindering U.S. efforts to fight the Islamic State group and other extremists in the Middle East.

    Tillerson, who has been tapped by President Donald Trump to help mediate the crisis, also faulted Qatar for allowing funds to flow to extremist groups, echoing the complaint that Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates have cited in cutting off ties to Qatar. Tillerson said the U.S. was asking Qatar to “be responsive to the concerns of its neighbors.”
    “Qatar has a history of supporting groups that span the spectrum of political expression, from activism to violence,” Tillerson said. He credited Qatar’s emir with making progress in curbing financial support and expelling terrorists, but added: “He must do more, and he must do it more quickly.”

  226. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Robbie, the issue is not that you are a concern troll, its that you need to be a better one. Your insulting our intelligence.

  227. PresidentPaul! says:

    Pretty sure Qatar has the highest per capita income in the world.

    Of course al saud family next door is worth aprox 2 trillion dollars in net worth though not the wealthiest family in the world.

  228. PresidentPaul! says:

    Minnesota town wises up to the criminals/politicians

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1497037404451.png

  229. PresidentPaul! says:

    Trump tells pig that he won the popular vote

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1497037210526.png

  230. lisab says:

    Robbie says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:23 pm
    Tina says:
    June 9, 2017 at 1:19 pm
    141, you are full of it. Stupid comment.

    – Is leaking non-classified information against the law? Yes or no?

    When Trump White House officials leak to the press about possible legislation, is that against the law?

    Leaks are not against the law. You have cooed like a baby over plenty of stories that use unnamed sources. Those are, by definition, leaks.
    ————————————

    authorized leaks are not against the law

    unauthorized leaks are

    comey could go to prison

    but publishing the leak is protected so the journalists would not be in legal jeopardy

  231. lisab says:

    Whoever embezzles, steals, purloins, or knowingly converts to his use or the use of another, or without authority, sells, conveys or disposes of any record, voucher, money, or thing of value of the United States or of any department or agency thereof, or any property made or being made under contract for the United States or any department or agency thereof; or

    Whoever receives, conceals, or retains the same with intent to convert it to his use or gain, knowing it to have been embezzled, stolen, purloined or converted—

    Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both

  232. Mr.Vito says:

    Boston Herald: Jeb Bush backs president [on obstruction], but says ‘who cares what I think?’

    Unfortunately for Robbie he is right on both counts.

  233. Redmen4ever says:

    UK – Conservatives hurt by (1) Never-Brexit Tories, (2) UKIPers returning to Labour, and (3) surge in youth vote. Nevertheless, they won. Winning is not losing. Losing by less than before or by less than expected, is still losing.

    Regarding the (1) and (2), center-right parties have to simultaneously appeal to moderate conservatives and populist conservatives. I’m not saying it’s easy to do.

    Regarding Theresa May, if she were to step down because the progressive left says she should, then she shouldn’t be p.m. in the first place. She has done well to ask the Queen to form the next government, and to do so, with support from the Unionists, the morning after the election.

    For a contrast, can anyone say how long it took for a new government to be formed following this year’s Dutch election?

  234. PresidentPaul! says:

    MD’s twitter may have actually been taken over by his anti-Trump wife?

    That would explain things also.

  235. Tina says:

    Well good for jeb since his father ended the casper weinberg investigation.

    Tough to be president, when you have the power to end the investigation.

    Btw, trump just ate the poor abc reporter during the romania presser today. Fake news 2.0.

  236. Tina says:

    I hope you can clear him, investigate my satellites, investigate me re the pepe dossier. Yup those sounds like obstruction

  237. jason says:

    I like Theresa May. First European leader to call Islamic Terrorism Islamic Terrorism.

  238. PresidentPaul! says:

    If May had not used the GWB strategy of targeting the peaceful and legal citizens for terrorist attacks rather than terrorists, she would have won a clear majority.

  239. Tina says:

    She went to pc at the end, sat on a fake lead of 20 points, and seemed aloof when the jihadis went nuts.

    Unfortunate, she is no thatcher.

  240. jason says:

    So finally Wobbie admits its all about some personal animus towards Trump, the country be dammed.

    I figured as much. And of course, its still about Jeb.

    Still looking for that real killer.

  241. Tina says:

    For the 900th time, piglosi thinks bush is president.

  242. jason says:

    GWB strategy of targeting the peaceful and legal citizens for terrorist attacks”

    LOL

  243. Cash Cow TM says:

    “…the only thing ossoff has is a large indy vote and a large women vote.

    lisab,

    Who are those large GA women?

  244. PresidentPaul! says:

    The Crass fool the American CIA and troll Margaret Thatcher

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

    Great band

  245. Cash Cow TM says:

    1. cold TURKEY

    2. HAM handed

    3 BEEF cake
    ___________________________________
    Which do people view more favorably?

    BOVINES RULE!

  246. PresidentPaul! says:

    Rand Paul signs off on Trump’s Plan To Privatize the Air Traffic Control System

    Senator Rand Paul
    ?@RandPaul
    I applaud @realDonaldTrump for wanting to privatize the air traffic control system! Modernize, privatize and optimize!
    4:54 PM – 5 Jun 2017

  247. PresidentPaul! says:

    Cato Institute 7 ideas graphic on infrastructure bill

    1) privatize airports, amtrak, airtraffic control

    2)….

    https://scontent-lga3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/18953594_10154732695819077_4664917037671978727_o.png?oh=e689731a9f688fd7641ec2a619265dae&oe=59DED37C

  248. PresidentPaul! says:

    Orc attacks are just a normal part of big cities\living in middle earth

    http://i2.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/260/710/f5e.jpg

  249. PresidentPaul! says:

    Orc Refugees turned away from Helms Deep it appears.

    http://i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/262/122/e82.jpg

  250. Robbie says:

    blobbie says:
    June 9, 2017 at 2:48 pm
    “Leaking is not against the law. ” robbie

    ummmmmm … yes it is, and it carries huge penalties

    that is told to you right up front when you are hired

    you cannot disclose anything as a fed employee

    – Not sure why one of you is hiding behind this dumb screen name, but leaking is not against the law if the information is not classified. Leaks are how political reporting operate. I know it’s fashionable to talk about the “deep state”, but everyone leaks. Even Trump leaks.

  251. Jonesy says:

    It is easier just to scroll down and ignore Reynolds Wrap Robbie. He is a insecure hater, who is desperate for attention.

  252. Jonesy says:

    Robbie still cannot handle that Jeb was a disaster.

    How arrogant can the Bushies be? a 3rd Bush in 20 years?

  253. Robbie says:

    SanDiegoCitizen says:
    June 9, 2017 at 3:13 pm
    205.” – Does that include refusing to honor a treaty agreement like Article 5 of NATO because Trump personally pulled that line out of is speech last week?”

    Robbie, the Europeans need to pay their fair share, and spend 2% on their military budgets. Right now they are freeloaders, it needs to end NOW. Trump is right.

    – Got some bad news for you and Trump. We are bound by treaty (aka law) to honor Article 5 whether member nations are spending 2% of their GDP on military spending or not. One has nothing to do with the other.

  254. Jonesy says:

    255. LOL. I loved the Twin Towers

  255. Robbie says:

    SanDiegoCitizen says:
    June 9, 2017 at 3:36 pm
    Robbie, the issue is not that you are a concern troll, its that you need to be a better one. Your insulting our intelligence.

    – Insulting intelligence is putting faith in Rasmussen polling or any other robo-pollster.

    How about the gang at Gravis. Their last robo-poll said Gianforte by 13. He won by 6.

  256. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 4:01 pm
    Boston Herald: Jeb Bush backs president [on obstruction], but says ‘who cares what I think?’

    Unfortunately for Robbie he is right on both counts.

    – Please point to any comment I’ve made where I have said Trump obstructed justice. I won’t hold my breath because you won’t find one.

  257. Jonesy says:

    259. NATO is a Globalist farce. Headquartered in a City, that has many no go zones.

    The real Enemy is ISIS and Al Qaida, but here the Eurocrats want to fight the Russians? Who actually hate ISIS as much as the USA.

  258. Jonesy says:

    SD, every pollster that Robbie drools over, blew the 2016 election. enough said.

  259. PresidentPaul! says:

    Bush created ISIS though so it’s pretty obvious that the politicians are a bigger enemy.

  260. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 9, 2017 at 4:12 pm
    So finally Wobbie admits its all about some personal animus towards Trump, the country be dammed.

    I figured as much. And of course, its still about Jeb.

    Still looking for that real killer.

    – I’ve been clear since June 2015 I find Trump to be a disgusting person. You held that view all throughout the 2016 election process until he won. Now, you’re a Trump defender. I hoped Trump would win me over after he won, but he didn’t. At least I’m being consistent.

  261. Mr.Vito says:

    “Please point to any comment I’ve made where I have said Trump obstructed justice. I won’t hold my breath because you won’t find one.”

    Bless your heart, Robbie Doo. First find one where I said you did.

  262. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 9, 2017 at 4:40 pm
    Robbie still cannot handle that Jeb was a disaster.

    How arrogant can the Bushies be? a 3rd Bush in 20 years?

    – I love how Jonesy just started posting here two weeks ago, but acts like he knows my history of posting here.

    This bozo accused me of being a Romney fan and a Stuart Stevens fan two weeks ago. If he had done his homework a little better, he’d have known I spent 2012 ripping on Romney and Stevens.

  263. PresidentPaul! says:

    There was no Islamic State of Iraq and Syria before Bush made up a fake war that lasted 10 years that destroyed Iraq.

    No one had ever heard of this group or these terms before W.

    No one had heard of these terms either.

    So we know the enemy was W.

  264. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 9, 2017 at 4:46 pm
    259. NATO is a Globalist farce. Headquartered in a City, that has many no go zones.

    The real Enemy is ISIS and Al Qaida, but here the Eurocrats want to fight the Russians? Who actually hate ISIS as much as the USA.

    – LOL. This is stupid even for HHR. NATO is now globalist. At least Jonesy has the garbage nationalist talking points down pat.

  265. Mr.Vito says:

    Jonesy, Robbie spent a good amount on 2016 hoping Romney would save the party… in 2012 he wanted Jeb to save the party and ripped Romney.

    Now you are up to date.

  266. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 4:49 pm
    “Please point to any comment I’ve made where I have said Trump obstructed justice. I won’t hold my breath because you won’t find one.”

    Bless your heart, Robbie Doo. First find one where I said you did.

    – You inference was clear. You think I believe Trump obstructed justice and would be disappointed because Jeb disagreed. I don’t believe Trump obstructed justice.

  267. Tina says:

    Doj calls comedy a liar

    Sean Davis @seanmdav
    Comey: I never saw any memoranda about Sessions’ recusal.
    DOJ: Actually, you got a long e-mail about it on March 2.

  268. Tina says:

    Poor comedy

    He and his fellow drats are having a bad week.

  269. Mr.Vito says:

    272 Look moron, you are disappointed because he isn’t going away like you want giving you President Pence, like you told me.

    If you are this terrible at logic, find a new hobby.

  270. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 4:55 pm
    Jonesy, Robbie spent a good amount on 2016 hoping Romney would save the party… in 2012 he wanted Jeb to save the party and ripped Romney.

    Now you are up to date.

    – Yep. I’d have taken any Republican other than Trump in 2016. And there are plenty of regulars here who felt the same way.

  271. Jonesy says:

    271. I Voted for Mitt, but he was a wimp. Could not close it out.

  272. Tina says:

    I am unsure if mueller can continue as sp.

  273. Mr.Vito says:

    Are you jones, or somebody else.

  274. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 9, 2017 at 4:57 pm
    272 Look moron, you are disappointed because he isn’t going away like you want giving you President Pence, like you told me.

    If you are this terrible at logic.

    – Yes, I am disappointed Trump isn’t going away.

  275. Jonesy says:

    I wonder what Reality Winner had for Lunch Today?

  276. Mr.Vito says:

    “I wonder what Reality Winner had for Lunch Today?”

    They began the torture already…. she was served one of Michelle Obama’s school lunches.

  277. Jonesy says:

    One good thing about British election, is that we never have to hear how perfect the Bookies are.

    They have no blown 2016 and last Night. Think they were right on Brexit.

    Paddy Power and Ladbrokes have really taken a hit

  278. Tina says:

    Little marco is nig man marco.

    Devastating. Best interrogation yesterday.

  279. Jonesy says:

    282. LOL. Of course Michelle eats at Fat Burger, while pushing Tofu to the Brats.

  280. Jonesy says:

    284. Agree Tina, but afterwards he just had to say he was not defending Trump. The only reason I will vote for a GOP Congress in 2018, is to help Trump and his agenda

  281. Tina says:

    I am not sitting out 2018. However, not a single penny will go to Flake.

  282. Jonesy says:

    CNN Fires Muslim anchor who called Trump a POS.

    The Hill- Hillary encouraged Romney to push for Sec of State under Trump.

    Mitt is a sleaze

  283. Phil says:

    What took them so long?

  284. Hugh says:

    Is there any place to get early voting info on the GA house race?

  285. Phil says:

    Hugh,

    Post #13

  286. lisab says:

    but tina,

    “Leaking is not against the law”

  287. Tina says:

    Lisab, also lying before congress

    Revised statement from trumps attorney

    https://theconservativetreehouse.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/kasowitz-statement-1.jpg

  288. Tina says:

    Comedy clearly leaked to the professor on 5/11, before the trump tweet, not after, as he testified.

  289. lisab says:

    tina,

    all that training you have to go through in hr when hired by the feds

    those are more “rules of thumb” than actual rules

  290. Tina says:

    Uh oh, comedys friend now says he does not have memo

    Sharyl Attkisson @SharylAttkisson
    ·
    50m

    Seems strange that Comey wd give his memo to friend to give to NYT but not give to Congress; now says he has no copy

  291. Tina says:

    If there is no memo period, then comedy triggered an sp Which he admits was his intent, based on false circumstances.

  292. Tina says:

    Correction. Comedy now claims he has no memo.

  293. Cash Cow TM says:

    CC for the CCC

  294. Cash Cow TM says:

    drudge

    WEEKEND: Puerto Rico to Vote on Statehood…

    ANY POLLS ON THIS ONE??

  295. Walt says:

    statehood

    stood hate?
    hates doot?
    date hoots?
    shoot date?

  296. Cash Cow TM says:

    Thread’s dead, baby.
    Thread’s dead.

    I blame Walt.

  297. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    To make Robbie happy, Trump expressly stated the U.S. is committed to NATO article 5; his national security adviser was even questioned assumed.

    “I’m committing the United States to Article 5,” said U.S. President Donald Trump during a news conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis at the White House. Speaking at NATO headquarters recently, Trump disappointed allies by not mentioning his support for Article 5, which states that an attack on one member of the alliance is viewed as an attack on all. During his election campaign, Trump appeared to called Article 5 into question by suggesting that NATO members who did not pay their fair share for the alliance may not deserve to benefit from it. “I think it’s extraordinary that there would be an expectation that the president would have to say explicitly that he supports Article 5. Of course he does,” U.S. National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster told reporters at the end of a Group of Seven summit in Sicily. “He did not make a decision not to say it,” McMaster continued. “It was implicit in the speech. There was no decision to not put it in there. It is a matter of fact that the United States, the president, stands firmly behind our Article 5 commitments under NATO.”

  298. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Now its time for the European deadbeats to put their money where their mouths are and increase their military spending to the 2% agreed to.

    What’s the point to Article 5 if the Europeans are neglecting their military?

  299. Walt says:

    Sad news.

    My good friend, who last year was elected to his second term as a circuit judge here, has passed.
    He was 66.

    Died during complications from heart valve replacement surgery in a Washington D.C. hospital. (He had successful heart valve surgery 5 years earlier, but problems recently developed with the valve.)

    Judge John C. Yoder formerly served in the WV State Senate when I was in the House of Delegates–we represented neighboring counties and worked together on many issues.

    John was a U.S. Supreme Court fellow, later worked for one of the US SCOTUS judges, was appointed to head the asset forfeiture division in President Reagan’s administration.

    He ran 3 times for the WV State Supreme Court and almost won the last time–running a campaign with very limited finances but leaving the eastern panhandle frequently to spend countless hours at all times of the day and night to drive tens of thousands of miles crisscrossing WV to do campaign stops.

    In his first stint of being elected to the State Senate, he was one of only 2 R State Senators out of 34–but was selected by journalists as the most effective WV State Senator, and was able to get tons of his bills passed.

    He was chronologically 4 years younger than me but about 1000 years ahead of me intellectually. A judicial giant, full of life….

    He died today, and I miss him already.

  300. Tina says:

    Cnn does not want you tomsee this focus group of comedys testimony. They felt comedy lied and trump did not.

    All felt better about trump after the hearing.

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/06/09/watch-cnn-ohio-voter-panel-shows-trump-support-still-strong-disappointment-comey/

  301. Trump says:

    Robbie retard and fake lawyer creaming their pants over a pence presidency?

    These drooling retards deserve each other.

  302. janz says:

    Walt, condolences about your good friend passing away.

  303. lisab says:

    sorry for your loss walt

  304. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Walt, sorry to hear of your friend’s passing. Sounds like he had a distinguished career.

  305. TrumpIsPeteWilson says:

    Quality of posts is so low. Trump the racist and 2 brain dead imbeciles in tina and sandiegoretard.

    SAD.

  306. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Phil and Hugh
    Here is the GA CD-6 early voting data thru yesterday, which is at the half way mark for early voting:
    https://twitter.com/ElectProject

    It looks like 30,000 GOP votes, 21,000 Donkey votes and 32,500 Other for a total of app. 83,500.
    There is no early vote on weekends except for next Saturday.

  307. Wes says:

    For anyone unsure of the definition of irony, refer to Post 312.

  308. Wes says:

    Sheeple, exits in the jungle primary had Ossoff carrying Indies and garnering 15% of the GOP vote. He will win if he repeats that performance.

    Realistically Handel needs to be more aggressive to win this. Instead of recycling attacks on him from the primary, she needs to hammer him on his liberalism by highlighting his fundraising letters promising everything imaginable to the Left while locally claiming to be a moderate. This is the kind of thing Republicans have used successfully in the past to beat faux moderate Dems–most recently John Barrow. Instead, Handel is promising to support the national GOP agenda completely while pointing out Ossoff has engaged in Star Wars cosplay.

    This is not a compelling meme.

    Ossoff is a thirty-something ne’er-do-well who had the remarkable perspicacity to make himself a liberal cause celebre en route to a potential seat in Congress. He is an ideological mismatch for the district and should be a footnote.

    Instead, he has fundraised prodigiously and hit the right notes both to his donors and to his potential constituents. Meanwhile, Karen Handel has repeatedly frittered away the natural advantages she should enjoy as a Republican and the former Secretary of State of Georgia in a still right-leaning district.

    Handel has never hit Ossoff as hard as she needs, nor has she fundraised all that well. (This latter is a problem that’s dogged her campaigns since 2010.) She has an array of attacks that can resonate with voters yet chooses to recycle one already factored in from the primary. She can’t even provide a logical ratonale for her candidacy besides nebulously promisjng to support the national GOP agenda.

    Even despite the leftward trend of the district as evidenced by Trump’s slender victory here in 2016, Handel should be reasonably comfortably leading. Instead, she trails most polls and doesn’t seem to be on a path to victory barring either a massive polling fail or a sudden earth-changing event in the race.

    This is truly sad because while Handel rather than Trump will be the core of her loss if Ossoff wins, Dems will havd a compelling to recruit strong candidates in races currently out of reach for them heading into 2018.

  309. Jonesy says:

    315. Wes, Excellent info. My hope is that these polls are wrong, as they were in 2016, 2015 KY Guv race etc…

    I just cannot fathom somebody winning without living in the district, a red district to boot.

    Wes, who can they bring in to pump up Handel? Newt etc…

    Handel needs to nail Hollywood etc.. This is crazy

  310. Wes says:

    Were I Handel, Jonesy, I’d have Deal, Isakson, and Perdue appear for me on the campaign trail. All of them have high favorable ratings and carried the district. She needs to pull out the heavy artillery and quit running the cautious campaign she’s been employing thus far.

  311. hugh says:

    313. Thanks for the link. I like it that the vast majority of the early voters are over 50 and very few under 30, but who knows? Running a safe campaign does not seem to be working for anyone these days. If she makes it, it will be in spite of her abilities.

  312. Jonesy says:

    I just saw that Pence was in the GA-6 yesterday

  313. Jonesy says:

    Hugh, I agree. She is lame, just like Gianforte

  314. Jonesy says:

    So Labour and Corbyn only won 33 seats in the UK. Tories only lost 13. The MSM makes you think he won 100.

    Kensington the wealthiest seat in england goes Labour. Anti Brexist Tories morons voted for Labour

  315. Jonesy says:

    317. Would Tom Price help too, Wes?

  316. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Phil,Hugh, Wes and Jonesy:
    In the earlier primary, Ossoff(D) won the early vote with 67%. By my calculation, if he has 95% of early the Dem.vote, 70% of the Other and 13% of the GOP vote, he has about 46,000 of the 83,400 early votes cast, or a shade over 55%.
    Compare 67% in the primary and 55% in the run-ff. That is a big difference!

  317. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #318- Hugh
    Go to that link nightly during the week about 11:00 p.m. to see the daily updates.

  318. Tina says:

    Fido ate comedys memo.

  319. Hugh says:

    323. Looking at the age demographics of the early vote it is hard to believe he is doing that well. However the political climate is nothing I have seen before.

  320. Tina says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/06/09/congressional-investigators-probe-james-comey-leak-network/amp/

    Uh oh, obstruction going on here. where is the memo. They need to get search warrants to keep the evidence intact.

  321. Phil says:

    If I am correct, there are five days of early voting left.

  322. Phil says:

    I too have never seen this type of political climate. It makes the Democratic hate of Bush after the Florida recount and Iraq war look like a walk in the park.

  323. Wes says:

    At this point, I expect Ossoff to win 51-49/52-48. Handel needs to pull out all the stops to win. Clearly Ossoff has the momentum on his side.

  324. Wes says:

    Ironically while leftist hatred of Trump is fueling Ossoff’s fundraising, Trump himself is essentially a nonfactor in the on-the-ground campaign. Despite being a neophyte candidate, Ossoff has made few mistakes and has successfully walked the tightrope as John Barrow once did of liberal rhetoric in fundraising and moderate rhetoric to the voters. He’s even largely mollified the Trumpkins by making no overt attacks on Trump.

    Meanwhile, Handel has run a campaign so generic as to be nondescript while making a few gaffes and looking weak on debates (even failing to turn this against Ossoff whrn he ducked a nationally televised debate on Meet the Press).

    This is appalling because Handel has a wealth of campaign attacks she can use against Ossoff but isn’t employing.

    Candidate quality matters. Dems found a flawed candidate who has managed superficially to strike all the right chords while Republicans found one who has never really found her footing on the campaign trail.

    That’s why I expect Ossoff to win.

    I hope I’m wrong.

  325. Wes says:

    Yes, Jonesy. Price would help. I’m not sure if he wants to become publicly involved though given his
    position as a cabinet official.

    That’s why Handel needs Deal, Isakson, and Perdue to gin up the base.

  326. Wes says:

    http://www.salon.com/2017/06/07/karen-handel-i-do-not-not-support-a-livable-wage/

    This certainly is not helping Handel. I get what she’s trying to say, but she could have worded it better.

    For the record, regardless of area, minimum wage increase always polls well. This isn’t the kind of thing pols want to be perceived as opposing.

    I’m agnostic on it myself, not having worked for minimum wage since high school, but I understand the thorny politics of the issue.

  327. Wes says:

    It would be nice if Handel really were the “darn good” candidate Jason claims.

  328. Tina says:

    IBP, 57% indicate Russian collussion is a hoax.

  329. Phil says:

    Tapping Price for his cabinet was a mistake. Cost us a seat possibly. Nothing compared to the mistake of selecting Zenke of Montana. It cost us a senate seat. Tester says “thanks, Donald. You are a real dumbass”

  330. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Phil,Hugh,Wes and Jonesey:
    A few days ago either Nat Cohn or Nate Silver claimed that The Other” early votes were running about 50%/50% between GOP voters who did not vote in the primary and newly registered voters who would favor Ossoff.

    Also, if you go to the website, and scroll down to McDonald’s April postings, you will see the identical bar charts in the GA CD-6 early voting for last November’s General Election and the April primary.
    So far, the run-off chart is much more similar to the November chart in which Tom Price received 60% of the GE vote.

    Remember, that on Election Day in the primary, Ossoff fared poorly.

  331. Phil says:

    Seriously, Trump couldn’t have found someone else to be secretary of the interior?

    You would never ever see Democrats throw away a senate seat like Republicans just did in Montana. They play to win. Republicans are just plain stupid and prove it over again and again and again.

  332. Wes says:

    Let’s remember Price was a long-standing incumbent with no gaffes and a weak opponent, Sheeple. Handel won’t come close to 60%. That said, the chart is somewhat encouraging assuming Handel can convince Indies to side with her snd get Republicans to turn out.

  333. Tina says:

    It is being reported that comedys professor friend is a contracted workwe formthe doj,

    Omg….

  334. Wes says:

    Trump was channeling his inner GWB* on that one, Phil.

    *In 2004, immediately after reelection, GWB tapped Mike Johanns–Ben Nelson’s strongest potential challenger–for Ag Secretary. This promptly threw the race for the only genuine potential GOP Senate pickup in 2006 into disarray. Nelson promptly won reelection eith 64% of the vote and helped Dems win the Senate, subsequently voting for the abo,ination known as Obamacare.

    Thanks, GWB!

    I have no clue why Republican Presidents seem to like helping Dem Senators win reelection in states where logically Dems should be losing.

    The only remotely similar instance I can find of such a thing on the Dem side is when Bill Clinton aappointed Lloyd Bentsen as Treasury Secretary in 1993 and let Republicans pick up a seat that had long eluded them in the special later that year though Texas had not yet become the solidly GOP bastion it is now at that point.

  335. Tina says:

    Gaffe Biden at the Quittens Summit admitted that Her Thighness would lose one month before the election. He based it on where he was campaigning.

    So, it was not the Russians despite the claims of the loons.

  336. Wes says:

    Dems just can’t admit their President-in-waiting lost to a reality star because of a weak campaign strategy, Tina. Hence the endless conspiracy theories about how Trump is a Manchurian candidate installed by Putin.

  337. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Wes
    I agree with your conclusions in #339.Price received 60% of the vote and The Donald had a poor showing,and won by 1.5% with the same chart.
    For Handel to win, GOP voters will have to swarm the polls on Election Day.

  338. Hugh says:

    So my wife and I watched comey testify and thought he came across poorly and it was great for trump. Nothing new against trump but lots of revelations favoring trump. Then w e watch Fox News and it was all Gloom and doom for trump. Now it seems the media misjudged how the people evaluated it. And they do not think much of comey. The media including fox looks bad and fox risks losing their audience if they keep this up. That judge on fox needs to go.

  339. Phil says:

    Wes, you would think that McConnel and the GOP leadership in the senate would have convinced Trump not to nominate Zenke. It is like each Republican senator cares only about their own seat and doesn’t give a damn whether they are in the majority or the minority. I guarantee you the Senate Democrats don’t think like that.

    Republicans are going to wish they had that Montana seat in 2020 when the map doesn’t look nearly as favorable as 2018. Notice I said Republicans and not Republican senate leadership. They obviously could not care less.

    One party plays to win and it is not us.

  340. Tina says:

    I posted the cnn focus group in 307. It is linked to breitbart, but the cnn focus group is imbedded in the article.

    Debastating results for comedy.

  341. Phil says:

    Democrats play to win. Al Franken will tell you that. Norm Coleman certainly found that out.

  342. Tina says:

    Fox only has hannity, and the ex vow tie guy. The rest of the line up is horrible, exc. faux n friends.

  343. Tina says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/06/09/watch-cnn-ohio-voter-panel-shows-trump-support-still-strong-disappointment-comey/

    Ohio Focus group.

    4 panelists say comedy lied.

    0 panelists say trump lied.

    All panelists indicated that trump came across well.

    Cnn hid this for obvious reasons

  344. Wes says:

    I think McConnell wants to remain Majority Leader, Phil. On the other hand, Trump will do what Trump wants. I’m amazed Gardner and Daines didn’t go full-court press to convince Zinke–whom Tester worked hard to beat last year–to forego the cabinet appointment aand stay in Montana.

  345. Phil says:

    Handel’ problem is she is getting blown out with Independents. In fact that is the GOP’s problem in general right now. It is like it is 2006 all over again. Indies are the problem and it is with them that the MSM is drawing all the blood.

  346. Phil says:

    Wes, I’m not surprised Daines and Gardner didn’t do more. They have their seats. Typical Washington Republicans. Dems are totally focused on the big picture and advancing the leftist agenda. Republican senators? They just talk agenda and that is only every six years when running for their own reelection.

    And you are right, Dumbass Trump does what he wants to do. Well, Donald, enjoy one more Democratic senator pissing all over you after 2018.

  347. Hugh says:

    Trump is a moron. But I think our senators with a few exceptions on the committee are way too accommodating while the dems blast away.

  348. Tina says:

    Jack Welch @jack_welch
    ·
    2h

    Republicans control both houses. Reports of unmasking by Rice and Powers..Comey leaks..Lynch/Comey “matter”.. No R hearings..Pathetic

    The rs are useless, they normally are pushed around during these hearings.

    I do not include Rubio based on all I needed from the comedy hearing was his methodical dissection of comedy.

  349. Tina says:

    I still think no comedy memo exists. Comedy says he has none. I doubt the marxist professr friend will sufgest that he has fhem.

  350. Hugh says:

    Jack welsh has it right

  351. Jonesy says:

    336. Phil, Bill Mitchell quoted sources said that Zenke did not want to run against Tester. He was asked that before getting Interior.

  352. Jonesy says:

    Losing the House, would guarantee Trump’s Re-election.

    Pelosi and the blood thirsty Marxists would tie their own rope.

  353. Jonesy says:

    Fox and Zenke watched Tester beat Denny Rehberg. They wanted no part of him. Add the usual Liberterian vote of 5%, and Tester is tough to beat.

  354. Tina says:

    And read the last paragraph of that article

    Another reason for the somber tone was the testimony itself. Comey is Washington elite’s homeboy and he was getting hammered — especially by Florida’s junior senator — Republican Marco Rubio.

  355. GPO says:

    Is there no other top tier person to take on Tester?

  356. GPO says:

    Reporter: “And you seem to be hinting that there are recordings of those conversations.”

    Trump: “I’m not hinting anything. I’ll tell you about it over a very short period of time….Oh, you’re going to be very disappointed when you hear the answer. Don’t worry.”

  357. Jonesy says:

    Trump talks like a real person, and the Ivy League educated MSM cannot handle that.

    I heard at the Trump Presser yesterday, that CNN, NYT, and the Compost were put in the nosebleed section.

  358. Wes says:

    Tester won 49-48 and 48-45 respectively before going full moonbat and before Montana began shifting largely Republican.

    I don’t see him as invincible. The previous Dem to occupy the seat won reelection with 61% in 1982 before losing 48-52 in 1988.

    What makes people afraid of Tester?

  359. GPO says:

    especially after voting no on Gorsuch

  360. Wes says:

    Corey Stapleton won big in 2016. He would be a big get in the race.

  361. Wes says:

    Stapleton previously ran for Senate in 2014 but bowed out when Daines ran. He subsequently lost the House primary to Zinke. He clearly wants to serve in Congress and would have a free shot next year against Tester.

    Garnder and Daines need to blow up his phone.

  362. GPO says:

    Thx for the info Wes

  363. Jonesy says:

    367. Wes, the Liberterian vote in Montnana is a pain in the butt. Daines won because of a open seat

  364. Jonesy says:

    Wes, how do you see the Governor races in 2018. I know it is far out, but redistricting will be crucial. Especially Illinois and Florida

  365. Wes says:

    Daines would have won had Baucus sought reelection and was consistently ahead of Walsh. He was on his way to the Senate regardless.

  366. Wes says:

    Jonesy, here are my 2017/2018 gubernatorial rakings:

    Solid R Hold-

    ID
    WY
    SD
    NE
    TX
    AR
    TN
    AL
    GA

    Likely R Hold-

    AZ
    KS
    OK
    IA
    WI
    OH
    SC
    FL
    VT

    Lean R Hold-

    NH
    MD
    MA
    IL
    NV

    Tossup-

    VA
    MI
    ME
    CO
    CT
    MN

    Lean D Pickup-

    NM

    Likely D Pickup-

    NJ

    Lean D Hold-

    RI
    PA

    Likely D Hold-

    OR

    Solid D Hold-

    HI
    CA
    NY

    Lean I Hold-

    AK

    Currently I have Dems picking up anywhere from two to six seats in gubernatorial races over the next two years.

  367. Jonesy says:

    Thanks Wes. I really enjoy your posts.

    Wolfe will hold on in Penn? I heard he was a nut.

    Any more info on Gillespie in Va. Thanks

  368. blobbie says:

    Uh oh, obstruction going on here. where is the memo. They need to get search warrants to keep the evidence intact.
    ——————

    tina,

    shredding memos is NOT illegal

  369. Tina says:

    And passing them on to leak is leaking and they all do it.

  370. Kohlrabi says:

    I’m a vegetable.

  371. Bitterlaw says:

    Wolf is so boring many Pennsylvanians forget that that he is Governor. He may win but he has trouble brewing with the public unions. The GOP controls the legislature and is pushing a new pension plan where new hires go to a 401 (k) system. Dems hate it but he might sign it because the pensions system is a disaster.

  372. Kohlrabi says:

    Sigh. I miss MD.

  373. lisab says:

    batman died

    rip adam west

  374. jason says:

    I agree with Wes on Tester.

    However, the fact he has gone full moonbat is not kmown to a lot of Montanans.

    Here in PA a lot of morons still see Casey as a “moderate”.

    Rs need to spend some buck to portray Tester for what he really is: completely out of touch with most Montana residents.

  375. Tina says:

    Muh russia is now wheres the professor?

  376. Phil says:

    Comey on verge of ten million dollar book deal.

    Who says crime doesn’t pay?

  377. Tina says:

    That is disgusting. It is also disgusting of the 20 plus congressional critters that new there was no collusiin involving the preside t

  378. messy says:

    Do you think that the georgia polls have something to do with Hendel being against a living wage?

  379. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1497138538855.png

    Are social justice warriors just modern day Puritans?

  380. PresidentPaul! says:

    Bald Men Are Being Hunted Down In Mozambique Because of the Belief that their heads contain gold

    http://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2017/06/09/532264284/bald-men-are-being-hunted-down-in-mozambique

  381. PresidentPaul! says:

    https://www.instagram.com/p/BVJajecgOws/

    Draymon insults Cleveland

  382. Bitterlaw says:

    I’m starting to like Comey. Democrats hated him for harming Hillary during the election. Republicans hate him for harming Trump after the election. When everybody including Tina hates you, you probably did something right.

  383. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “Children who drink dairy alternatives are slightly shorter than peers who drink cow’s milk, a new study finds http://cnn.it/2rKJ3yz

    Cow, we need to get this news out. Think of its effect on basketball. Midget players

  384. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    It appears that yesterday was a good day for the GOP in early voting in the GA CD-6 race.
    $94,000 total votes have been cast; 23,500 Dem., 34,000 GOP and 36,500 Other.
    The GOP increased its vote lead by 3,000 from about 8,500 to 11,500.

    https://twitter.com/ElectProject

  385. Tina says:

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    28m

    I believe the James Comey leaks will be far more prevalent than anyone ever thought possible. Totally illegal? Very ‘cowardly!’

    Come on kac take away his twitter.

    Sarc.

  386. NYCmike says:

    Bitterlaw,

    Your animus against Trump is showing.

    What illegal acts has he committed?

    I agree that his personal actions may be off-putting, but which official acts as President which will affect the nation for years to come do you have an issue with?

  387. NYCmike says:

    Agree with Dershowitz – the older I get, the more that keeps happening……..

  388. NYCmike says:

    CD

  389. Jonesy says:

    395. Thanks for the good info Sheeple

  390. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Jonesey:
    Today there is a good article by David Drucker about the GA CD-6 race:

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/trump-a-factor-in-democrats-surge-in-georgia/article/2625549

  391. Hugh says:

    I’m starting to feel bullish on this race. Dems greatly miscalculated the comey spectacle and its impact on people’s thinking

  392. Tina says:

    I am starting to feel better about this race, but still agree with wes.

  393. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – I did not say he did anything illegal. I think that any other Republican President would be well on the way to having laws passed now. Trump’s enemies have attacked him viciously but he does find ways to give them ammunition.

  394. Wes says:

    I don’t think Comey will have any but a marginal impact on that race. We are where we are because of how the candidates have run their respective campaigns.

    Ossoff has been facile and judicious in raising money, messaging, and strategizing.

    Handel has…not.

    I want Handel to win, but, God, is hers a frustratingly inept campaign that should have put daylight between her and Ossoff weeks ago. I just hope enough Republicans and Indies will come home on Election Day to carry her across the finish line before Ossoff.

  395. Phil says:

    Someone said Ossoff received 67 percent of the early vote in the first round.

    Looking at the early numbers Handel appears to be on track to hold him below that by at least some margin. I’m skeptical that it is by more than a few points but the early voting numbers have definitely been better than I had hoped given the polling we have seen.

    Early numbers are released shortly after the polls close and she has a solid chance if he’s sitting at 64 or 65. Of course, if he’s sitting at something north of 67 it’s probably over.

  396. Phil says:

    Trump needs to understand that if Democrats gain the House in 2018 he will be impeached. Not a doubt in my mind. Will the Senate remove him? No, but it won’t matter. His legislative agenda will be dead as a doorknob. He will still be useful in appointing the judiciary, but that was always going to be his primary use to our side.

  397. Trump says:

    Just to reiterate the point, Trump does not have a legislative agenda. He is not in the legislature.

    The incompetent Ryan, on the other hand…

    Trump is cruising to reelection, which is solely dependent upon the economy.

  398. PresidentPaul! says:

    #405
    You mean on their way to passing bad legislation by now.

    The enemy runs congress.

  399. Trump says:

    Ryan needs to figure out what his 2018 appeal is going to be.

    Repeal Obamacare sustained him for 4 cycles, it is now a rope on his neck.

  400. Trump says:

    Ha ha ha,

    The moron lawyer still thinks there was a chance for “any other Republican President”.

    And, more to the point, who needs more laws? Aren’t there enough laws already?

  401. PresidentPaul! says:

    meant to say LORD Farage.

  402. Cash Cow TM says:

    “SanDiegoCitizen says:
    June 11, 2017 at 2:24 am
    “Children who drink dairy alternatives are slightly shorter than peers who drink cow’s milk, a new study finds http://cnn.it/2rKJ3yz”

    Cow, we need to get this news out. Think of its effect on basketball. Midget players”
    __________________

    Sandy Eggo,

    True dat!

  403. PresidentPaul! says:

    Why the Farage must be put in charge and Theresa May must step down

    Remain:17
    Leave: 6

    Remain
    >Theresa May: Prime Minister
    >Gavin Barwell: Chief of Staff
    >Philip Hammond: Chancellor of the Exchequer
    >Amber Rudd: Secretary of State for the Home Department
    >Michael Fallon: Secretary of State for Defence
    >Jeremy Hunt: Secretary of State for Health
    >Justine Greening: Education Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities
    >Liz Truss: Chief Secretary to the Treasury, attending Cabinet
    >Damian Green: First Secretary of State and Minister for the Cabinet Office
    >Sajid Javid: Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government
    >David Gauke: Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
    >Alun Cairns: Secretary of State for Wales
    >Greg Clark: Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
    >David Lidington: Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice
    >Gavin Williamson: Chief Whip
    >James Brokenshire: Secretary of State for Northern Ireland
    >Karen Bradley: Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

    Leave
    >Boris Johnson: Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
    >David Davis: Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
    >Chris Grayling: Secretary of State for Transport
    >Priti Patel: Secretary of State for International Development
    >Liam Fox: Secretary of State for International Trade
    >Andrea Leadsom: Lord President of the Council and Leader of the Commons

  404. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1497203617893.png

    88% of Germans want to see Britains suffer for Brexit next month. 10% want compromise

  405. Wes says:

    Amazingly in contrast to his normal Ronulan gibberish, Bunu posted something worth reading in 422.

  406. Wes says:

    Of course he’ll inevitably post something inane to completely undermine any good will for 422, so I’m not sure if we gain anything here.

  407. Chicon says:

    Walt – I’m sorry to hear about the loss of your friend.

  408. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    408. “Trump needs to understand that if Democrats gain the House in 2018 he will be impeached. Not a doubt in my mind. Will the Senate remove him? No, but it won’t matter. His legislative agenda will be dead as a doorknob. He will still be useful in appointing the judiciary, but that was always going to be his primary use to our side.”

    Really? Obama seemed to do just find with a Republican Congress, he set the precedent for using executive orders to get things done. I don’t like it, but doubt that Trump would not go that route.

  409. Wes says:

    When Obama grossly overreached, as in declaring he controlled when the Senate was in session so as to make recess appointments, the Supreme Court put him in his place. SDC, do you seriously think Trump wouldn’t face the same thing with all the judges Obama appointed to the courts?

  410. Walt says:

    Thanks to all who passed along condolences for the death of my friend Judge Yoder.

  411. GA Voter says:

    Live in the 6th. Ossoff was at a parade today in ATL. That being said, I am appalled he is outside the district on display. This might not bode well with voters. We are electing for the 6th, not ATL. His ego must be so high that he thinks he is running for all of Georgia! I want this election over. He is hand picked by the Dems (left at 18 to attend college elsewhere and just recently returned to the area) and they are backing him 100%. The voters will get what they want – an Obama clone. His demeanor, voice and ways are 100% Obama. Ossoff sure studied the guy.
    Handel has an uphill battle – IMO. Too many outsiders moving into the community bringing their new way of thinking. Fingers crossed.

  412. PresidentPaul! says:

    Puerto Rico voted for Statehood today, but that would be national suicide to let them do it. Another 3 million votes for communism and Hillary.

  413. GA Voter says:

    Back to the 6th – Campaign signs abound in the area. Ossoff has the traditional red, white and blue signs. Handel chose the colors of green and white and black – the colors of the local high school in the area she lives. She is part of the community and is making a subtle statement. She wants to represent the 6th with Southern grounded roots.

  414. GA Voter says:

    Handel may not be a good candidate but she does get results while in office. The voting rights act requires certain states that want to implement certain voting laws must have the new laws passed by the federal government level before being implemented. This is due to the lovely Civil
    War fought in the south. Only GA and IN have had the changes to the voting laws (voter ID) pass muster. She was Sec. of State during this time.She can get the job done. Remember – Obama was a GREAT candidate!

  415. PresidentPaul! says:

    interesting

    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/psychologically-scarred-millennials-killing-dozens-165006423.html

    “Millennials are threatening dozens of industries.

    They don’t buy napkins. They won’t play golf. They aren’t buying homes or cars. And they’re not even eating at Buffalo Wild Wings.

    Millennials’ financial decisions have been heavily covered by media organizations — something that has infuriated many of the generation, as news that “millennials are killing” another industry has become a common headline.”

  416. Wes says:

    GAV, one can be effective in office while not being a good camapigner for said office. As a case in point, Bill Roth was a remarkably effective Senator who gave us both the Reagan tax cuts and the Roth IRA. Unfortunately by 2000, Roth was suffering health problems and faced his strongest opponent ever. Despite his decades of Senate seniority and history as a remarkable legislator, Roth was unequal to the challenge and lost by 11 points in his reelection bid.

    Circumstances are different now, but while Handel was an effective GASOS, she has run a lackluster campaign against Ossoff that has made her the underdog in the district once represented by Newt Gingrich and Johnny Isakson. I hope she can convince Republicans, Indies, and native Georgians to support her in sufficient numbers to overcome Ossoff, but thus far I see little evidence of such an ability on her part.

    As I have said before, I’d love to be wrong.

  417. Wes says:

    Puerto Rico has been seeking statehood for decades. It won’t happen anytime soon.

  418. Chicon says:

    Diane Feinstein said on CNN today that the Senate should investigate Lynch’s interference with Comey.

  419. PresidentPaul! says:

    Pepe

    TRUMPWAVE – Make America Great Again (TRUMP SONG)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_k1zJV0DSvc

  420. PresidentPaul! says:

    New council will need to be formed to combat orcophobia in middle earth

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1497227142549.jpg

  421. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    428. I don’t think he needs to over reach, but he still would be able to govern. Hopefully, in a more limited manner than Obama, who did over reach. The day-to-day decisions on the economy and other issues are what matters. Its the message he is now trying to get across.

    “Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    The #FakeNews MSM doesn’t report the great economic news since Election Day. #DOW up 16%. #NASDAQ up 19.5%. Drilling & energy sector……way up. Regulations way down. 600,000+ new jobs added. Unemployment down to 4.3%. Business and economic enthusiasm way up- record levels!

  422. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    428. Just repealing a lot of the bad executive orders that Obama issues made a big difference.

  423. PresidentPaul! says:

    Conservatives were very fortunate that Obama was able to defeat McCain in 2008.

    McCain would have destroyed the GOP.

  424. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    By the way, California should be grateful that Governor Brown is dedicating his time to fighting global warming. Who cares about maintaining infrastructure like dams or massive state deficits. Brown must save the planet!

    Here is an example of the impacts of global warming in California today:

    “I live in the SF South Bay area and over the last 2 days, my heater has turned on in the morning which rarely happens in June. Squaw Valley is predicting a few inches of snow over the next 24 hours, even at the base. Too bad they won’t be opened again until next weekend, but the 4’th of July skiing this year will be epic.”

    Had my heater on in San Diego last night too. Having major snow in Europe as well.

  425. Bitterlaw says:

    Why does Bunu care about conservatives or Republicans? He is neither.

  426. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    445. Why does Bunu care about conservatives or Republicans? He is neither.

    Are you referring to Bunu or Trump?

  427. PresidentPaul! says:

    I knew McCain was trolling the party in 2008.

    Now he is announcing he favors Obama so that just showed I was right about him.

  428. Trump says:

    McCain is a worthless nobody, unless he is bashing republicans.

    Then he is Solomon.

  429. Trump says:

    Hopefully, mueller nails his as$ for leaking .

  430. Trump says:

    “John McCain passes dossier alleging secret Trump-Russia ties to FBI”

    Even Nutjob Comey didn’t believe this demented fool.

  431. Bitterlaw says:

    Well, neither Bunu nor Trump is a conservative or a Republican but I was talking about Bunu.

  432. Phil says:

    McCain is and always has been nothing but a useful idiot to the Democrats. They trot him out whenever they need to use a “Republican” to advance their agenda. Actually, he trots himself out. He loves having the MSM kiss his ass and he can always count on them doing so when he trashes Republicans or Republican positions – of course the MSM was happy to destroy McCain when he was running against Obama…..and, of course, this old fool doesn’t seem to grasp that.

    McCain was a war hero, but that doesn’t give him a pass with me. He is a pathetic old fool.

  433. Chicon says:

    Well said, Phil.

  434. Tina says:

    Yeah, mcamnesty is disgusting with those comments and his role passsinf on a fake dossier. Early, he and trump do not likemeach other.

    He is a war hero, but it time that he considers retirement. He was not prepared to ask questions in the comedy hearing, or he really lost it.

  435. Tina says:

    Even Goober, who was pro muh russia, has backed away. Goober now claims that he was wiretapped.

    I bet the obumbker wiretapped a lot of rs and they are too stupid or scared to fight it.

  436. Tina says:

    Imthink todays interview betwwen jay sekula and the clintune goon on abc was bery interesting, the goon actually gave time for sekula to answer the questioms. Descent interfiew formhim.

  437. janz says:

    I don’t understand McCain’s motives anymore, in his continuous sullen, bitter, vengeful statements against the current POTUS – a man supposedly affiliated with McCain’s own party. This latest one, though, which favorably compares Obama to Trump, is so spiteful and mean-spirited that I wonder why he even wants to be called a Republican senator anymore. I wish he would retire and go away…..

  438. Tina says:

    It seems that feinstein is more beneficial to our side than mcccain. Feinstein admitted that muh russian was fake. Mccain woukd not.

  439. Tina says:

    It seems that whenever an r is president, he wants to attack that persin. In contrast, was virtually silent when the obumbler was president.

  440. Phil says:

    McCain’s poodle Lindsey Graham has actually impressed me of late. He is not impressed with Comey in the least and he has stated this Russian crap is exactly that – crap. He won’t back McCain’s stupid drivel of today. I think Graham is coming around – about time.

  441. Phil says:

    Still don’t like Graham’s stance on illegal immigration one bit.

  442. Tina says:

    Phil, graham has stated that he was wiretapped by obama.

  443. Trump says:

    You’d have to be extremely insignificant not to be wire tapped by Obama.

  444. Wes says:

    McCain acts like a Stockholn Syndrome victim. Obama and the Obamabots savaged and demeaned him for the entire 2008 cycle. Upon winning, Obama wasn’t content with victory and had to rub McCain’s face in it, famously quipping, “I won.” For McCain to compare Obama favorably to anything is simply appalling.

  445. Chicon says:

    Even Trump The Poster was eavesdropped by Obama. Rumor has it BHO learned some new bad words…..

  446. Wes says:

    That said, for all the thorns he puts in the GOP’s collective side, I’d rather have McCain be Senator from Arizona than Kelli Ward, J. D. Hayworth or any Dem McCain beat.

    Being a useful idiot may be annoying, but the moonbats and wingnuts would be worse.

  447. Phil says:

    Wes, unfortunately Flake isn’t any great shakes either. At least he keeps his mouth shut most of the time. What is it about Arizona anyway?

  448. Tina says:

    Goobers open borders and vlow up the middle east are two policies i dislike. But as much as i have criticized him on those issues, he has been so,id the kast few months.

    Mccain has not been solid for over a decade now. Would kill to have one r senator here, however. But they coukd not field anybody in 2016.

  449. Wes says:

    People forget Trump actively demeaned McCain for being a POW. I don’t agree with what McCain is doing, but he may be pissed at Trump for that. After all, Arizona’s senior Senator is known to carry longstanding grudges.

    I just wish he’d carried one against GWB for having the latter’s hired goons claim McCain had fathered his adoptive daughter with a black prostitute. That kind of sleazy gutter trash politics is simply disgusting.

  450. Tina says:

    My choices for senator were voter fraud and the female version of eric holder.

  451. Chicon says:

    I once had a choice between BHO and Alan Keyes. Top that!!!!

  452. Wes says:

    Arizona is known for colorful pols, Phil.

    Its longest serving Senator–Carl Hayden–was known for bigoted diatribes that made Southern Senators such as Orville Faubus look tame.

  453. Phil says:

    Outside of voting yes on the nuclear option, McCain has been worthless. Says all you need to know that Schumer probably had figured he had a shot at blowing up the Gorsuch nomination with a filibuster hoping to get Collins, McCain, and some other Republican to vote no on doing away with the filibuster. Gee, where would he have gotten that idea?

  454. Wes says:

    In 1991, Louisianans had a choice between a known crook and a Klan Grand Wizard for Governor.

    I doubt ANYONE can top that.

    Vote for the crook. It’s important.

  455. Wes says:

    If Schumer thought McCain would side with him, then McCain certainly punked NYCMike’s senior Senator, Phil.

  456. Phil says:

    Yeah, Wes. That one will never be topped.

  457. Chicon says:

    Child’s play in Chicago, Wes!

  458. GF says:

    June 11, 2017 at 11:18 pm
    McCain acts like a Stockholn Syndrome victim. Obama and the Obamabots savaged and demeaned him for the entire 2008 cycle. Upon winning, Obama wasn’t content with victory and had to rub McCain’s face in it, famously quipping, “I won.” For McCain to compare Obama favorably to anything is simply appalling.

    Wes, you are spot on. Alas, McCain may have some existing Stockholm Syndrome, no?

    Sorry for the long absence, real life has caught up and it’s not been pretty. Plus, the regular 1000+ post threads has taxed my patience as I now must post from a phone for the most part.

  459. JC says:

    McCain is seriously deranged.

    Didn’t the guy immediately book a flight to the UK to ‘obtain’ that fake russian dossier (the ‘pissing hookers’ one) right after cnn/buzzfeed reported it?

    This dude needed to retire a decade ago. Honestly, I think at the end of the day his behavior all comes down to jealousy.

    Trump – a man McCain thinks is an inferior buffoon – achieved what he never could, at his first crack of politics no less.

  460. Bitterlaw says:

    Trump is an inferior buffoon compared to McCain.

  461. Tina says:

    https://jonathanturley.org/2017/06/12/the-case-against-james-comey/

    This article is good, it lists the possible charges that comedy can now face.

    Turkey also writes that trumps tweeting forced comedy to make his move re the leaking of the memos. He shoukd have turned them over to the sp in order to force a perjury trap. Now, since the content of the memos are known, trump and any others can ignore this. Turley claims that the sp office is likely pissed about this.

    Just a good all around read.

  462. Tina says:

    The greatest value of the memos would be to question Trump and other potential targets without their knowing of their existence. The memos could then have been used to establish false statements and pressure cooperation. Instead, Comey told possible targets, including Trump, about the evidence against them in the memos.

    Donald Trump continues to show a remarkable ability to bring out the worst in people — supporters and critics alike. In this case, he was able to bait Comey with his tweets and cause Comey to diminish his own credibility. If the comments of Trump were grossly inappropriate, Comey’s response to those comments were equally inappropriate.

    From that article…

  463. Bitterlaw says:

    I don’t recall Tina hating Comey so much when he helped derail Hillary 11 days before the election.

  464. Tina says:

    Yet, your friend Biden has said that hillary was going to loase a month out.

    So, who derailed whom?

    Her Thighness?

  465. Tina says:

    Also, turley is a liberal.

    I despise leakers. I do not believe in the end justifies the mean. He, above all, should have been aware of any legal or criminal consequences. I will not defend comedy on that.

  466. Tina says:

    Also, if you recall, i only came back a few days before the election. I made no remarks on comedy other than saying that his investigation into hillary was a sham. Nothing would come out of it.

  467. Tina says:

    You seem to be also supporting general lawlessness.

    I know you were suckered into the muh russia hysteria.

  468. Bitterlaw says:

    How did Biden become my friend, Tina? I have never said a positive thing about him in 13 years at HHR.

  469. Tina says:

    Oh and blast right back, i am done for today.

  470. Bitterlaw says:

    You seem to be also supporting general lawlessness.

    I know you were suckered into the muh russia hysteria.

    Is Tina talking to me? I never said I believed the Russian collusion stories. What I did say, unlike Tina, is that I did not know if they were true or not and would have to wait for the results of the investigation. I also said that I do not believe that Russia caused Hillary to lose. Hillary caused Hillary to lose.

  471. Wes says:

    If all goes well tomorrow, Ed Gillespie will win his primary decisively while Perriello and Northam will be locked in a tight race for the Dem nomination.

  472. Chicon says:

    New thread.