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Northam Leads Gillespie By 8% in VA

Our first general election poll for the state of Virginia is out from Quinnipiac University and it has Democrat Ralph Northam ahead of Republican Ed Gillespie by 8%.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Quinnipiac)
Ralph Northam (D) 47%
Ed Gillespie (R) 39%

This poll was done June 15-20 among 1145 registered voters.

Posted by Dave at 8:35 am
Filed under: General | Comments (1,119)

1,119 Responses to “Northam Leads Gillespie By 8% in VA”

  1. JulStol says:

    1

  2. PresidentPaul! says:

    Trump endorses the environmental movement finally

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1498130245974.jpg

  3. PresidentPaul! says:

    McCain and Rubio lied again….

    Macron Admits Gaddafi Shouldn’t Have Been Killed

    https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201706221054864493-macron-france-libyan-war-mistake

    “[France] was wrong to join the war in Libya. What were the outcomes of these invasions? Destroyed countries in which terrorist groups thrive. I do not want that to happen in Syria,” Macron said in an interview for European media, a part of which was published by Il Corriere della Sera newspaper.”

  4. Bitterlaw says:

    Always good to see Jul return.

  5. Wes says:

    Actually, Dave, this is the second poll for this race. Gillespie and Northam were tied 46-46 in the first.

  6. PresidentPaul! says:

    ‘Assad is the enemy of the Syrian people, not of France,’ Macron says in interview with European newspapers

  7. Bitterlaw says:

    Damn. I never thought that whipped cream and a model could lead to tragedy.

    http://nypost.com/2017/06/21/fitness-model-killed-in-freak-whipped-cream-accident/

  8. Mr.Vito says:

    Mr. Bitter has apparently forgotten that incident at the clubhouse.

  9. PresidentPaul! says:

    Lawsuit looks to hold Bush psychologists to account

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/06/20/us/cia-torture.html


    “I think any normal, conscionable man would have to consider carefully doing something like this,” Dr. Jessen said in a newly disclosed deposition. “I deliberated with great, soulful torment about this, and obviously I concluded that it could be done safely or I wouldn’t have done it.”

    The two psychologists — whom C.I.A. officials have called architects of the interrogation program, a designation they dispute — are defendants in the only lawsuit that may hold participants accountable for causing harm.”

  10. Bitterlaw says:

    Mr. Vito – What happens with the A-holes stays in the A-holes. You know that. Ride the Wheel of Sorrows.

  11. Bitterlaw says:

    At least Wes’ Bush-hating friend , Bunu, is here to keep him company.

  12. Mr.Vito says:

    “Ride the Wheel of Sorrows.”

    That wheel has gotten scary lately…

    “Allow notifications from Author’s Twitter feed”

    “Send MD parenting books with your real return address”

  13. PresidentPaul! says:

    Bush screwed the GOP, but luckily we have Trump instead of a Jeb/Kasich/Rubio nightmare.

  14. PresidentPaul! says:

    McCain fraudsters still hate Trump though.
    ——————————–

    Rick ‘Put a Bullet in Trump’ Wilson: POTUS Supporters See Scalise Shooting as ‘Blessing’

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/06/17/rick-wilson-put-bullet-in-trump-scalise-shooting-blessing/

  15. Mr.Vito says:

    Ever since Bunu had that Rubio/Jeb/Kasich nightmare, he’s moved the Ron Paul cutout in front of the closet with battle armor he bought from Cuisinart.

  16. PresidentPaul! says:

    Well Jeb/Kasich/Rubio was Hillary in drag as the GOP nominee.

  17. Mr.Vito says:

    Hillary is bad enough with one head.

  18. MichiganGuy says:

    Democrats think they have finally figured out why they are losing!

    http://therightscoop.com/democrats-think-they-have-finally-figured-out-why-they-are-losing/

  19. MichiganGuy says:

    Hero sniper takes out ISIS fanatic in Iraq with incredible TWO MILE shot – the longest confirmed kill ever recorded!

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3858054/isis-iraq-sniper-longest-recorded-kill/

  20. Jonesy says:

    Northam is basically the Incumbent, and he is only at 47%?

  21. Jonesy says:

    22. Wow!!!

  22. MichiganGuy says:

    The FBI’s Briefing On The GOP Baseball Shooting Couldn’t Have Been More Bizarre

    http://thefederalist.com/2017/06/22/the-fbis-briefing-on-the-gop-baseball-shooting-couldnt-be-more-bizarre/?platform=hootsuite

  23. Jonesy says:

    With Andrew McCabe running the FBI, expect the worse. When is Trump’s new Guy going to be confirmed? And then we he fire McCabe?

  24. Gelt Goose says:

    Honk.

  25. Cash Cow TM says:

    NEWS IN NUMBERS
    $8,045
    Average amount a state spends on each person’s health care. Utah spent the least ($5,982), and Alaska spent the most ($11,064) in 2014.
    HEALTH AFFAIRS June, 20 2017

    18 years old
    Age that someone must be in Texas, under a new law set to take effect in September, to get married. In 2016, Virginia was the first state to raise the minimum marriage age to 18.
    THE TEXAS TRIBUNE | JUNE 20, 2017

    294,000
    Full-time employees who work for New York City, which is the most ever.
    THE NEW YORK TIMES | JUNE 19, 2017

    6,755
    Canine attacks on postal workers in the U.S. in 2016, up from 5,581 in 2013. Among major cities, Los Angeles had the largest number of attacks: 80.
    LEXISNEXIS STATE NET | JUNE 16, 2017

    [EVEN BIG CITY DOGS HAVE BIG CITY VALUES OF VIOLENT BEHAVIOR!!]

    ____________________
    Also, since legalizing mary-jew-wanna in CO, auto accidents are up 14% over neighboring states.
    (DRUDGE article)

  26. Cash Cow TM says:

    Walt took his usual shower this morning and then trimmed bushes and got all sweaty.

    SMH…humans…

    Now I am going to grab a cold one and sit in the recliner to watch Walt mow…

  27. Gelt Goose says:

    Honk

  28. NYCmike says:

    “294,000
    Full-time employees who work for New York City, which is the most ever.
    THE NEW YORK TIMES | JUNE 19, 2017”

    -This is ABSOLUTELY DISGRACEFUL!

    AND NOT SUSTAINABLE.

    Bloomberg did NOT govern like Giuliani, and DeBlasio is even worse.

  29. Walt says:

    True story.

    Yesterday went to city hall to pay by sewer bill.
    Building is maybe 15 years old.

    While the girl was processing payment I notices a 6 inch thick EXPENSIVE steel vault door (like you see at a bank) open that led into an office room.

    I figure, well they sure spent a lot of money to install that door to get security to protect their files, valuables, etc.

    THEN it dawns on me that the wall in front of me (about 3 feet above the floor and work counter) that “vault door secure room” has a permanently open UNSECURED open slot about 6′ X 3′. the REST of the wall is a 1/4 sheet of thick sheet metal!

    Whiskey Tango Foxtrot!

  30. Cash Cow TM says:

    ““294,000
    Full-time employees who work for New York City, which is the most ever.
    THE NEW YORK TIMES | JUNE 19, 2017”

    -This is ABSOLUTELY DISGRACEFUL!”
    ____________________
    Mikey,

    That is the equivalent of hiring 1/9 of the ENTIRE population of the state of WV to be city workers there.

    Substract 320,000 kids 18 and under, and people in WV over 65 and the % would be even HUGE-ER!

    Prolly about 1/4th OR MORE of all WVians between the age of 19 and 65!

  31. Cash Cow TM says:

    Mikey,

    I am glad someone actually reads the “News in Numbers” tidbits that I laboriously cut and past and post here.

    Cow thanks you.

  32. NYCmike says:

    “Cow thanks you.”

    -Please call me Sir Mikey.

  33. Tina says:

    Jonesy, imo, while a political hack, mccabe is neutered. He testified thst there was no obstruction. They are still pc, but effectively with comedy gone, a better agency. Sunlight is on mccabe.

  34. Tina says:

    Mccabe is also under an oig investigation, jonesy.

  35. Tina says:

    Chelsea Clinton @ChelseaClinton
    Rising temperatures due to #climatechange are exposing bacteria & disease threats we thought were gone forever:

    She is beyond stupid.

  36. Tina says:

    Tweet fest
    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    2h

    Former Homeland Security Advisor Jeh Johnson is latest top intelligence official to state there was no grand scheme between Trump & Russia.

  37. Tina says:

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    1h

    …Why did the DNC REFUSE to turn over its Server to the FBI, and still hasn’t? It’s all a big Dem scam and excuse for losing the election!

    7.9K

    9K

    31.3K

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    1h

    …Why did Democratic National Committee turn down the DHS offer to protect against hacks (long prior to election). It’s all a big Dem HOAX!

    5.7K

    8.2K

    28.2K

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump

    Lol, somtrue,mbut muh russia.

  38. MichiganGuy says:

    Chucky says at least 3 GOP Senators plan to oppose the Republican health bill.

    htthttps://twitter.com/chucktodd/status/877913883926609920
    Wouldn’t be surprised. Let me guess; Collins, McCain and Murkowski.

  39. Tina says:

    Could also be possibly cruz.

  40. MichiganGuy says:

    Possibly Lee too.

  41. NYCmike says:

    “Could also be possibly cruz.”

    -Just read another article about Anthem pulling out of….forgot the state…..and in another state (WTF is wrong with me today?) 2 of 4 insurers were leaving……..on that note, wouldn’t it make some sense to start publicizing stories about these failures, and then after preparing the battlefield, let the voters see what the bill says, and how it would change those scenarios?

  42. MichiganGuy says:

    Supreme Court limits government’s power to revoke citizenship

    http://thehill.com/regulation/court-battles/338948-supreme-court-limits-governments-power-to-revoke-citizenship

    Hmmmm…..

  43. Redmen4ever says:

    which three Republicans oppose the draft health care reform bill:

    Cruz, Paul and Lee … or … Collins, McCain and Murkowski?

    The Scylla and Charybdis facing navigation of this bill through the Senate. Can McConnell steer it through the rock and the hard place. If he does, and I think he will, I’d feel pretty good about tax reform and the budget.

  44. Tina says:

    Trump i dicates no tapes exist, but mentions possible wiretaps and leaks surrounding comedy.

    Well played. I think comedy will be charged soon.

  45. DW says:

    With the Mets season ruined by injuries and poor performance, I can only replay 1986. I still am amazed that Bill Buckner gets the blame for Boston losing the World Series that year. Here are the 8 reasons the Red Sox lost the series in order of importance:

    1. Gedman’s passed ball. Watch the replay. Everyone focuses on Mookie Wilson’s acrobatic flip to avoid getting hit by the ball, but Gedman simply took a half-hearted jab at catching it, and it just skimmed off the top of his glove and went all the way to the backstop allowing the Mets to tie the game with Kevin Mitchell jogging home. They ruled it a wild pitch, but it should have been a passed ball. He makes that play, the Red Sox still lead, and could have gone on to win the game and the series.

    2. Red Sox pitching. Shiraldi melted down, and then Bob Stanley came in with the deer in the headlights look and their choking led to the game being tied.

    3. Bob Stanley’s inside pitch to Mookie Wilson that got away from Gedman. Yes, Gedman should have made the play, but that was the wrong pitch for Stanley to throw in that situation.

    4. During the Ray Knight at bat in Game 6, before he got the two-out hit that drew the Mets to within 1 run, he hit a roller up along 3rd. Knight wasn’t fast, and Wade Boggs could have charged, fielded the ball and threw him out. Instead he elected to wait and let the ball roll foul. Boggs makes that play and the Red Sox win the World Series. He didn’t.

    5. The Red Sox choked in Game 7 having let a 3-0 lead get away from them.

    6. Oil-Can Boyd. When Game 7 was delayed by rain, the Red Sox decided to pass on starting Boyd, who got furious over it and got smashing drunk, and was unable to play later in Game 7 when he was needed.

    7. McNamara’s failure to swap out Buckner at first for Dave Stapleton in Game 6, the normal defensive swap late in games.

    8. Bill Buckner’s error did end Game 6 with a loss, but had he fielded the ball, there was still no guarantee he would have beaten Mookie Wilson to the bag, and then even if he did it would have only pushed the game to the 11th inning and who knows who would have won.

  46. jason says:

    Sorry, Bunu, about your ISIS friend, but you have to admit it was a heck of a shot.

  47. jason says:

    Supreme Court limits government’s power to revoke citizenship”

    Does this mean if Soccer Moron becomes President I am safe?

  48. jason says:

    Macron Admits Gaddafi Shouldn’t Have Been Killed”

    Right. He should have been tried and executed for the Lockerbie bombing, but been beaten to death by his fellow Libyans was ok too. Just a couple decades too late.

  49. Tina says:

    Mcamnesty, goober, her thighness, sure destabled the area

  50. NYCmike says:

    “Supreme Court limits government’s power to revoke citizenship””

    -That reasoning seemed pretty lame, almost as if the Supreme Court said “NOT FAIR”.

    Isn’t it their job to say this is what the law says, even though it might be unfair, and then it would be up to the legislature to change it, if they agreed with that assessment, and then have the President sign the new procedures into law?

    What am I missing?

  51. Tina says:

    Yeah it seems like the kangaroo court interferred again.

    They have no say in immigration, statues and the constitution govern the matter.

  52. NYCmike says:

    Tina,

    BUT it was a unanimous court, which seems very odd, but maybe the article did not give all of the details.

  53. Tina says:

    Yeah, that appears to be the case, ny.

  54. Tina says:

    Especially since it is unanimous. Still trying to catch up on the post so off stuff and last nughts rally.

  55. Bitterlaw says:

    I read it. The trial judge messed up the jury instructions. I can live with it. I found it interesting that the Justices were all coming up with scenarios to explain it. The opinions were pretty casual in language.

  56. Bitterlaw says:

    Tina – The trial judge pretty much guaranteed a conviction by failing to properly instruct the jury. The Defendant lied but did that lie cause the government to grant citizenship. SCOTUS applied the law and said “no.” I can live with it.

  57. Tina says:

    Thanks, bl.

  58. lisab says:

    i thought julstol quit the school board

    “summer reading list pulled for being too wacky”

    http://gulfcoast.ostsubmedia.communityq.com/uploads/original/1498085479_b143.jpg

  59. Redmen4ever says:

    Make that four Senators: Cruz, Paul and Lee, whom I mention above; and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin.

    They do indicate that they are open to discussion and negotiation. I don’t know if there’s room to accommodate them within the context of this bill, without screwing the pooch with the moderates. On the other hand, this may simply be part of the kabuki dance that is Washington, DC.

  60. NYCmike says:

    That is a great reading list!

  61. Cash Cow TM says:

    “…kangaroo court interferred again.”

    BTW, kangaroos cannot jump backwards.
    Heard it here first.

  62. Cash Cow TM says:

    And speaking of animals….

    what did the momma buffalo say to her son when he went off to college?

    BISON.
    _______________
    What did momma buffalo say to her son when he called from college and said he found a place where he could buy college books for 1/3 the price at the bookstore?

    BISON
    ___________
    And when the boy buffalo came back from college and was fast asleep on the couch with the TV on, where did momma buffalo find the empty bag of M&Ms?

    BISON

  63. Gelt Goose says:

    Honk .

  64. Jonesy says:

    thanks for the links and info Tina

  65. Jonesy says:

    Ron Johnson wants to sell his vote, probably for Guest Worker Visas to help WI Dairy Farmers

  66. Pitchaboy says:

    Stand up cowmedy.

  67. jason says:

    Decision seems reasonable to me on the immigration case. Basically the court said if the “lie” was not material to the process, it shouldn’t be grounds for
    revoking citizenship.

    So let’s say the applicant said he had a degree he really didn’t have, but that degree had no bearing on the decision to grant citizenship.

    There wouldn’t be many people left as citizens if everyone who lied on an application at one time or other had their citizenship cancelled.

    Full disclosure: I never mentioned anything about llamas.

  68. jason says:

    Ted Cruz grandstanding again?

    What a surprise.

  69. jason says:

    In honor of the death of Bunu’s friend, I will refrain from saying anything negative about Rand Paul for 1 hour.

    No, Bunu, don’t thank me, I believe in solidarity during tough times.

    And to those who want say this A-hole is going soft, GFYs.

  70. mnw says:

    SCOTUS opinion on revoking citizenship is very fact-driven and is, honestly, no big deal.

  71. DW says:

    The other thing about the bottom of the tenth of Game 6 of the 1986 World Series is with all the focus on Buckner’s error and to a much lesser extent Stanley’s wild pitch / Gedner’s passed ball, Ray Knight for the Mets dodged a bullet–getting away with a base-running gaffe.

    The entire Mets rally to score three runs for the win was AFTER there were two outs in the inning. So runners should run hard on any fly ball, or any ground ball unless the play is ahead of them and an open base behind them. So when Stanley uncorked the wild pitch, Mitchell scored, and Ray Knight advanced to 2nd base.

    Then when Mookie Wilson hit the dribbler that went through Buckner’s legs, Knight scored. However, there is only one camera angle that captures the fact that while the ball was dribbling up the line, Knight slowed to almost a stop between 2nd and 3rd base. With two outs he should have had it in high gear all the way, in case Buckner fielded it, but Mookie beat him to the bag. As it was, HAD Buckner fielded the ball, but Mookie was safe (a very real possibility), Knight could not have scored as he would have been standing on third looking like a dufus for not running hard on the ground ball. My impression is that he thought it was going to roll foul. He didn’t run hard until after the ball was through Buckner’s legs.

    I had always thought it odd how the camera showed Knight still on the 2nd base side of 3rd seconds after the ball went through Buckner’s legs. He had such a huge lead off second base and should have charged hard at the crack of the bat. By the time Buckner reached the ball he should have been rounding third, and then presuming Buckner raced Mookie to the bag and lost, Knight should have been only 10 feet from home–too late for a throw.

  72. Cash Cow TM says:

    My favorite baseball players…

    MOO-kie Wilson
    COW Ripken
    others?

  73. DW says:

    79 – Daryl STRAWberry? I recall how contented the cows were after giving them their evening grain and a fresh bed of straw to lay on.

  74. jason says:

    mnw is back?

  75. jason says:

    McConnell needs to tell those who won’t vote for the bill to GFTs.

    Let them own Obamacare.

    Bring it to a vote. No more concessions.

  76. Cash Cow TM says:

    Bitter,

    Do you know this author:

    “The Great Commanders of the American Civil War: Union and Confederate Generals Head-to-Head”
    by Kevin J. Dougherty

  77. jason says:

    That goes not only for the two biggest morons, Cruz and Paul but for the others too. Johnson, Collins, McCain, Lee… don’t want to support the bill then keep Obamacare. Let’s move on.

  78. DW says:

    79 –

    Johnny Oates

  79. DW says:

    Michael cUDDyER

  80. NYCmike says:

    Corrected:

    jason says:
    June 22, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Rand Paul, Ron Johnson grandstanding again?

    What a surprise.

  81. jason says:

    I think this should have died the first time around when the deadenders wouldn’t vote for the House bill anyway.

    Ryan should have called a vote and let the deadenders own Obamacare then and moved on.

  82. NYCmike says:

    jason says:
    June 22, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    McConnell needs to tell those who won’t vote for the bill to GFTs.

    Let them own Obamacare.

    Bring it to a vote. No more concessions.

    -Is this another remake from Hollywood? I feel as if I have seen this movie before.

  83. jason says:

    Ted Cruz is grandstander emeritus, he never misses an opportunity to say FU to the country if it will get him on the news, so he gets special consideration.

  84. DW says:

    Angus Brooks

  85. DW says:

    Jim Holstein

  86. NYCmike says:

    This issue is like jason’s slavery/Lincoln/Dubya all rolled up into one. He keeps blaming “deadenders”, yet totally ignores the fact that the last bill, as originally written, had a 17% approval rating………maybe “deadenders” make up a larger proportion of the electorate than anybody thinks……

  87. Cash Cow TM says:

    Bo(vine) Jackson

  88. DW says:

    Melky Cabrera

  89. jason says:

    -Is this another remake from Hollywood? I feel as if I have seen this movie before.”

    You have. I just hope this time McConnell doesn’t fall for the grandstanders like Ryan did.

    Bring it to a vote. Give the Dems the big win. And let’s see who votes for Obamacare.

    No more hostage taking.

  90. DW says:

    Collin Cowgill

  91. NYCmike says:

    jason doesn’t like Obamacare, and wants it repealed.

    Ted Cruz says “This bill does not repeal Obamacare, so we must negotiate more, to include that repeal.

    jason says Cruz is a grandstander.

    Logically.

  92. jason says:

    t that the last bill, as originally written, had a 17% approval rating”

    So fine, let’s keep Obamacare then, since its so much better.

  93. NYCmike says:

    C

  94. NYCmike says:

    “So fine, let’s keep Obamacare then, since its so much better.”

    -This is like the future, when we will be able to buy from either Amazon or Walmart, and nobody else….

  95. jason says:

    his bill does not repeal Obamacare, so we must negotiate more, to include that repeal.”

    He doesn’t want to negotiate, he has nothing to offer, he wants to self promote.

    Call the vote, and let him vote against it.

    Call his bluff.

  96. NYCmike says:

    Soup Nazi said “No soup for you!”.

    jason the A-Hole says “This bill or Obamacare, no other alternatives available.”

  97. jason says:

    If McConnell gives in to these morons, I will be very disappointed in him.

  98. NYCmike says:

    “He doesn’t want to negotiate, he has nothing to offer, he wants to self promote.”

    -Definite B*llsh*t!

    I say that Cruz has a health care overhaul ready to be voted on right now, which would repeal all of Obamacare, open up insurance markets across state lines, as well as other free-market ideas.

    I say bring his bill to a vote, and let’s see which Republicans are In Name Only.

  99. NYCmike says:

    jason joins Robbie whenever healthcare comes up.

  100. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow – I do not know that author. he obviously failed to not that the Confederate commanders were traitors in the title of the book.

  101. jason says:

    “This bill or Obamacare, no other alternatives available.”

    That’s right. There isn’t. This has been going on for months, and its the best they can come up with to appease the deadenders and the moderates.

    There are no other alternatives.

    If this bill is so bad, keep Obamacare. It’s not rocket science.

    LET’S VOTE!

  102. Bitterlaw says:

    Full disclosure: I never mentioned anything about llamas.

    I went back and reviewed your A-hole application. You failed to mention it there, too.

  103. Cash Cow TM says:

    stampede

    steep dam
    pasted me
    tamp seed
    speed map
    deep mats
    damp tees
    sap mated

  104. jason says:

    I say that Cruz has a health care overhaul ready to be voted ”

    Zzzzzzzz…… it wouldn’t get 10 votes and he knows it.

    It’s all grandstanding and hot air.

  105. jason says:

    I went back and reviewed your A-hole application. You failed to mention it there, too.”

    Absolutely consistent!

  106. NYCmike says:

    “I say that Cruz has a health care overhaul ready to be voted ””

    -Johnson, Paul, Lee?

  107. jason says:

    Has Wobbie posted the new MSM Trump scandal yet?

    He drove his golf cart on a green!

  108. NYCmike says:

    jason is fighting against people without even knowing what the bill says.

    I am keeping an open mind until I see what is being fought over.

    These A-Holes are really closed up tight.

  109. jason says:

    Paul is the party of Paul, that is his only interest. He should be ignored, I don’t care if they only have 51 actual Republicans.

    And no, Lee and Johnson don’t have any plan that would garner 50 votes either.

    This is it. Let’s vote.

  110. jason says:

    Cruz had decided to oppose the bill way before it came out, bet on it, because he has no interest besides self promotion.

    You don’t cave to people like that.

  111. Bitterlaw says:

    How about this radical idea? Pass the bill. If it is not working, pass a new bill to fix it. Failure to pass any bill is preserving all of Obamacare.

  112. Cash Cow TM says:

    DW is on a COW roll…

    Walt and Mrs. Walt are going out to eat.
    I am going too.
    Think I will have a nice stea…errr…salad and chicken.

  113. DW says:

    119 – good night…do they charge you extra at the buffet for having four stomachs?

  114. Chicon says:

    82 – isn’t this essentially the deadender approach? I know it’ll fail, but go forward anyway?

    This deadender lingo still is confusing at times….

  115. janz says:

    I’m of a similar mind set to Bitter about today’s healthcare reveal. If you haggle over it and pass nothing, who does that benefit? In passing a better bill, not a perfect one, it can incrementily be improved down the line.

    In fact, if the Rs are able to get some of their promised legislation passed, the 2018 midterms might elect more Rs to Congress,making it easier to make more fixes to healthcare.

  116. janz says:

    I’m frankly surprised Ron Johnson has joined the group opposing passage. Paul, Cruz, Collins, the Utah senator, even McCain, I could see being problematic, but not Johnson.

  117. NYCmike says:

    “This deadender lingo still is confusing at times….”

    -Exactly.

    jason knows nothing….if there is a bill, put it out there and vote on it, I am NOT AGAINST THAT.

    He keeps deflecting to these supposed “deadenders” and “grandstanders”, while never saying “What is in this bill? SHOW IT TO US!!”

  118. NYCmike says:

    ” but not Johnson.”

    -Could be something with his guest worker issue, as someone mentioned.

    Or it could just be a terrible bill, and he is doing the right thing, like the “deadenders” probably did in the House.

  119. NYCmike says:

    Of course, as Mark Levin mentioned last night, we have not really come close to having a reversal in the scope and breadth of this government. It needs to downsize as well as take a different approach.

    The administrative departments still have WAY TOO MUCH POWER!

  120. Waingro says:

    “That’s right. There isn’t. This has been going on for months, and its the best they can come up with to appease the deadenders and the moderates.”

    Actually, I think this was just a starting point for Mitchy to allow some amendments. I don’t think this will be the final bill that comes out of (or is voted upon) in the Senate.

  121. Chicon says:

    127 – yes, indeed. There’s a lot of dancing and bribing to go….

  122. janz says:

    The hyperbole coming from Dems regarding the hlthcare bill exemplifies hysterics lacking foundation.

  123. Waingro says:

    #128, right. I’m not really a fan of McConnell, but he is good at this game.

  124. Chicon says:

    Does this bill satisfy the promises Republicans made when running for election?

    Also, they better focus group whatever they bring to the floor and do better than 17%. Hitler’s approval rating is at least that high, ffs.

  125. Tina says:

    They need to allow for betwwen state purchases. Not sure why this is not in the bill.

  126. janz says:

    NYC, I don’t see how Johnson’s guest workers issues has much to do in not supporting the Senate’s healthcare bill.

  127. Chicon says:

    I don’t like him, either, Wain, but he was strong on Gorsuch. He’s got a tough job, given the disparate group of Republicans, and having such a small majority.

  128. Chicon says:

    133 – it doesnt, but he might be holding out for support for something important in his state.

  129. janz says:

    Tina, somehow including interstate purchases conflicts with passing the bill with only a majority vs requiring 60 votes.

  130. janz says:

    #135. I’ll buy that reason.

  131. Tina says:

    Its ridiculous. They wont get another chance. They need to go full spped on tax cuts, repeal. And spending cuts.

    There is a sheot load of stimulus with the reg cuts, the largest evah in 30 years.

  132. Waingro says:

    “They need to allow for betwwen state purchases. Not sure why this is not in the bill.”

    I think they have said that will be “Part 3” of the replacement process, as that can’t be passed through reconciliation. They may need to nuke the filibuster all together to get the much needed free market reforms through.

  133. Tina says:

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    4m

    Mexico was just ranked the second deadliest country in the world, after only Syria. Drug trade is largely the cause. We will BUILD THE WALL!

    Nafta was supposed to fix this. At least it was one of the original bushinton selling points

  134. Robbie says:

    Trump’s approval rating in the new NBC/WSJ poll is 40%.

    The NBC/WSJ generic ballot has Democrats ahead 50-42.

    Strikingly bad numbers after just five months.

  135. Robbie says:

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    4m

    Mexico was just ranked the second deadliest country in the world, after only Syria. Drug trade is largely the cause. We will BUILD THE WALL!

    – Looks like someone was watching Special Report on FoxNews. Glad to know the president’s got enough free time to live tweet a cable show.

  136. Tina says:

    Concern troll is back.

    How was kos central?

  137. Robbie says:

    Best news of the day is we’re one day closer to the end of the Trump presidency.

  138. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    142&143
    Mr. Doom and Gloom is back.
    I guess his hangover from Ossoff’s loss has run its course!

  139. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 22, 2017 at 6:26 pm
    Concern troll is back.
    How was kos central?

    – I have this thing called a job. Get one you worthless Trump sycophant.

  140. Tina says:

    Wall is being built.

  141. Tina says:

    Sleeping in mamas basement is now a job.

  142. Robbie says:

    Sheeple, Jr. says:
    June 22, 2017 at 6:29 pm
    142&143
    Mr. Doom and Gloom is back.
    I guess his hangover from Ossoff’s loss has run its course!

    – Trump sycophancy is an illness. Seek help. But keep yapping a Rasmussen.

  143. Tina says:

    Subsidized by the state, when he sleeps.

  144. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 22, 2017 at 6:30 pm
    Sleeping in mamas basement is now a job.

    – Bless your heart. I don’t even live in the same state as my parents, but keep on lying you alt-right piece of garbage.

  145. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Robbie is in a name-calling, feisty, foul mood. I guess that Tuesday’s referendum that he said was a referendum on Trump did not exactly pan out for him.
    IMHO, Trump is a narcissistic blowhard, but so far his policies and positions and especially his Court nominees have pleased me.

  146. Trump says:

    Seems like the Jeb cocsucker doesn’t have a job.

    Apart from sucking Jeb, off course.

  147. Trump says:

    Trump is the best.

    That triggers the Retard.

  148. Tina says:

    Drat is mad that so off lost.

    What is the next conspiracy?

  149. Trump says:

    This is what the moron is reduced to.

    Counting down to something that is 7 and a half tears away.

  150. Trump says:

    Years, not Tera’s.

    The tears of the jerk Robbie are endless.

  151. Trump says:

    Trump is the most ethical, straight arrow ever.

    2 years of relentless investigation, by all the crack intelligence agencies and media organizations around the world, have yielded a decades old tape claiming that some women let rich men get their way.

  152. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 22, 2017 at 6:29 pm
    Wall is being built.

    – Miles built today – 0
    Miles built since the inauguration – 0

  153. BayernFan says:

    Why is it that some folks here *cough Robbie cough* seem to get so agitated when Trump and the GOP win elections? There are others like MD and Author.

  154. Robbie says:

    Sheeple, Jr. says:
    June 22, 2017 at 6:36 pm
    Robbie is in a name-calling, feisty, foul mood. I guess that Tuesday’s referendum that he said was a referendum on Trump did not exactly pan out for him.
    IMHO, Trump is a narcissistic blowhard, but so far his policies and positions and especially his Court nominees have pleased me.

    -Wrong. I’m glad Handel won. She’s a respectable Republican.

    I’m feisty because I can’t stand Trump. Deal with it.

  155. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 22, 2017 at 6:47 pm

    What is the next conspiracy?

    – That you’re a normal person.

  156. Todd McCain says:

    DONALD J TRUMP!

  157. Robbie says:

    BayernFan says:
    June 22, 2017 at 7:03 pm
    Why is it that some folks here *cough Robbie cough* seem to get so agitated when Trump and the GOP win elections? There are others like MD and Author.

    – Don’t lie. You know full well my agitation lies totally with Trump, a person who I cannot stand.

  158. Robbie says:

    Watching this forum become an echo chamber for a liberal Democrat like Donald Trump is really the culmination of a decade of stupidity in this comment section.

    The same people who said Rove’s GOTV program would save the day in 2006 (Tina), who bought into the DelBov Curve in 2008, and who laughably believed Rasmussen in 2012 are now convinced everything with this presidency is going swimmingly.

  159. Robbie says:

    I Obama had a 40% approval after just five months on the job and the generic ballot was +8 for the Republicans, The HHR regulars would be creaming in their pants. Now, it’s part of some deep state conspiracy that Sean Hannity has uncovered.

  160. Cash Cow TM says:

    Robbie really sounds like he is bad sorts.

    I was like that once when I had scours.

    Have a vet check you out,
    Robbie. …

  161. BayernFan says:

    How do you get that Trump is a liberal Democrat?! C’mon now.

  162. Tina says:

    Zzzz, same old drat taling points.

  163. BayernFan says:

    It’s going a lot more swimmingly than it would have been had another Republican been elected. No Gorsuch, no Paris accords pullout, no collapse in illegal immigration, no Obamacare repeal effort, no fight back against the Dems/media.

  164. Tina says:

    Liberal drats would not decrease the power of the epa or cut regulations.

    But go after melania, muh russia, barron, or flynn.

  165. Tina says:

    Cost for the paris pull out, $12 trillion. We would have subsidized most, if not all of it. We woukd have been sued in world courts because of it.

    Good luck saying it is non binding.

    They shoukd pull out of nafta next. It was sold by the bush clan as a way to cut off illegal immigration. A lie.

  166. Tina says:

    Echo chamber, good, dm somebody on the left side.

  167. Tina says:

    Say hello from all of us.

  168. Trump says:

    The Jeb sucker is triggered because Trump keeps winning. Relentlessly.

    Loser cannot deal with it.

  169. Tina says:

    Drats and jebots ate looking at widening the muh russian probe.

    Good, see you in 2018.

  170. Tina says:

    Let Justin bieber and macaroni fund the paris accord.

  171. Chicon says:

    Everything Robbie posts is through the red-hot lens of personal Trump hate. So much so that rationality and reason are overwhelmed. He’s perfectly entitled to this stance, of course, but readers of his posts have the right to discount what he says. He’s unhinged and irrational. I bet he was happier when Obama was in office.

  172. Trump says:

    Pining for Obama, that’s the retarded Robbie.

  173. Chicon says:

    Robbie is very angry that Trump did better after five months in office in a district that isn’t good territory for him. That was the district that was going to send Trump a serious message. Didn’t happen, so he’s kinda mad. Fun to see…..

  174. BayernFan says:

    Robbie why can’t you stand Trump? is it his personality? His policies as you perceive them? Something else?

  175. Chicon says:

    BF – he says it’s his personality, his history of many marriages, and mostly his boorishness. And TWITTER. Politically, Robbie and Trump are aligned on the two most important issues to our intrepid pilot. But, he hates him nonetheless. Strange in my book.

  176. janz says:

    Interesting comment from Avik Roy, after reading the healthcare bill:

    Avik Roy ?@Avik
    Finished reading the Senate HC bill. Put simply: If it passes, it’ll be the greatest policy achievement by a GOP Congress in my lifetime.
    10:21 AM – 22 Jun 2017

  177. janz says:

    “Grassley calls schiff and schuma liars in senate floor.”

    Well said, and totally deserved by those two hypocrites! I can’t stand either of them, and what they stand for, which is nothing but abuse of the truth in order to get what they want.

  178. NYCmike says:

    “Best news of the day is we’re one day closer to the end of the Trump presidency.”

    -LOL!

    I never saw Robbie write this once during Obama’s Presidency.

  179. NYCmike says:

    As for an echo chamber, a 40% approval number is to be expected after the last 6 months.

    When is the next federal election? in 16 months?

    Call me next May or June, AS I HAVE SAID MANY TIMES, and we’ll talk.

    Until then, stop your name-calling, you beautiful creature of GOD, you!

  180. BayernFan says:

    Bingo NYCmike

  181. NYCmike says:

    Also about an echo chamber, there is clearly division about an impending Senate healthcare vote….we want conservative ideas espoused, communicated, and written into law.

    We do NOT just want a deal, although incremental changes may be the way to go.

    Let’s see what is in the bill!

  182. NYCmike says:

    “Bingo NYCmike”

    -Not tonight, thank you.

    I am trying to seduce my wife instead.

  183. NYCmike says:

    :0

  184. BayernFan says:

    Good Luck!!!

  185. BayernFan says:

    I wonder how the Pacers can salvage the Paul George fiasco.

  186. NYCmike says:

    🙂

    Amen to that!

  187. NYCmike says:

    “I wonder how the Pacers can salvage the Paul George fiasco.”

    -Ringo stills alive…..can’t help you with John…..and I would not recommend Yoko.

  188. NYCmike says:

    Robbie was really off his meds today, almost Cory-like in his vitriol…..rough landings?

  189. Tina says:

    Comedy was spotted entering the ny times buikding today.

    Pics are online.

  190. Cash Cow TM says:

    Every day it seems there is lots of bad news in the news.

    We need a break.
    I wish tomorrow there would be no news.

    But I guess that would be big news in itself.

    Oh well….

  191. Cash Cow TM says:

    Double C

  192. Diamond Jim says:

    CC

  193. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    145. “Best news of the day is we’re one day closer to the end of the Trump presidency.”

    The next seven years is going to be rough on Robbie.

    Seeing a lot of Democrats in the meltdown mode now. Its as bad as in November 2016. They now realize they are going to have to live with Trump over the long haul.

    Its hard after you throw a batch of grenades at someone to see them still standing and laughing at you.

  194. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    142. “Trump’s approval rating in the new NBC/WSJ poll is 40%. The NBC/WSJ generic ballot has Democrats ahead 50-42. Strikingly bad numbers after just five months.”

    Trump had strikingly bad Gallup numbers in November 2016, and still won. The Republicans have won four open house seats with Trump having strikingly bad Gallup numbers. It is beginning to appear that Gallup poll numbers have no relationship to how people actually vote.

  195. Tina says:

    http://www.adweek.com/tvnewser/scoreboard-wednesday-june-21/333087

    Rottie is mad because fox is again number 1. They attribute mslsds fall to muh russian.

  196. Tina says:

    The loons at msls will find rottie another conspiracy theory.

  197. Proud Obamacon says:

    LOL so cute to see yall so giddy!!!! Pass the Bill yall, please do it pleeease….

  198. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Hey Obamacon, what did you think of Michael Moore’s tweets?

    “If u think the party who’s won the vote in 6 o last 7 Prez votes but holds ZERO power &is now 0-4 in 2017 votes is going to win next year… .”

    “get a friggin’ clue. The DNC&DCCC has NO idea how 2 win cause they have no message, no plan, no leaders, won’t fight &hate the resistance”

  199. Proud Obamacon says:

    That’s a good tweet, SanDiegoRacist. I agree with the sentiment. Enjoy this time ya got, gloat while you can LOL!!

  200. NYCmike says:

    https://pjmedia.com/jchristianadams/2017/06/22/mr-president-meet-avner-shapiro-saboteur-from-the-doj-swamp/

    -Lawyers, is this article correct?

    Should we see some action, or is it all theoretical happenings?

  201. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    210. “I agree with the sentiment. Enjoy this time ya got, gloat while you can LOL!!”

    If you agree with Michael Moore, then you think the Republicans will hold Congress in 2018. Looks like can gloat for many more years, at least until the next election in 2020.

    You now must feel like a passenger on the Titanic now. You got that sinking feeling.

  202. Cash Cow TM says:

    Righteous Brothers!

    EVERYBODY SING!

    You’ve got…
    that sinking feeling….
    oh that sinking feeling….

  203. lisab says:

    Don’t lie. You know full well my agitation lies totally with Trump, a person who I cannot stand.
    ————————————————

    Anyone who has declared someone else to be an idiot, a bad apple, is annoyed when it turns out in the end that he isn’t.
    Friedrich Nietzsche

  204. lisab says:

    Don’t lie. You know full well my agitation lies totally with Trump, a person who I cannot stand.
    ————————————————

    No one lies so boldly as the man who is indignant.
    Friedrich Nietzsche

  205. lisab says:

    as for why md is now why he is

    Extreme positions are not succeeded by moderate ones, but by contrary extreme positions.
    Friedrich Nietzsche

  206. MichiganGuy says:

    Nov. 2016: Rodney Stooksbury (D) spends $0, wins 124,917 votes in #GA6

    June 2017: Jon Ossoff (D) spends $23M+, wins 124,893

    https://m.townhall.com/tipsheet/christinerousselle/2017/06/22/oh-my-jon-ossoff-received-fewer-votes-than-the-2016-ga06-candidatewho-spent-zero-n2345099

    🙂

  207. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Obama just bought an $8.1 million dollar house in Washington D.C. Being a community organizer in Chicago must be lucrative. Assume he is using funds from his book deal, but still there have to be other funding sources involved.

    He basically gave the tech barons all they wanted while he was president, has been vacationing with tech billionaire since he left office, and am sure, like Al Gore, Obama will gain a seat on all the appropriate progressive corporation board of directors — and be paid a large amount of money for basically doing nothing. Plus, like Hillary & Bill, he is setting up his own foundation.
    ___________________

    “Barack and Michelle Obama have snapped up the 1920s brick house they were renting in the posh Washington, D.C., neighborhood of Kalorama for $8.1 million.

    The former president and his family plan to spend at least another two-and -a-half-years in the nation’s capital, said Kevin Lewis, spokesman to the Obamas.”

  208. MichiganGuy says:

    Conservative Hugh Hewitt gets MSNBC show

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/conservative-hugh-hewitt-gets-msnbc-show/article/2626809

    Libs are not going to like this. A trumpster getting his own show at msnbc. LOL

  209. Tina says:

    Hewitt can be scarfarce 2.0.

    Hewitt is more boring than scarfarce.

    Listened to him for 10 minutes a year ago, and had to turn the dial.

  210. PresidentPaul! says:

    Hewitt is a moron. Only reason MSNBC is giving him a show is because he’s a neverTrumper.

  211. PresidentPaul! says:

    White gays appear to be being racist in sexual preference says Huff post.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/an-open-letter-to-gay-white-men-no-youre-not-allowed_us_5947f0ffe4b0f7875b83e459

  212. Pitchaboy says:

    1. Hewitt is not a Never Trumper.
    2. Hewitt is “friendly” with Upchuck Todd and the Salon guys.
    3. MSNBC is killing Fox in key demographics since Oreillywas dumped. This is a move to steal a few conservatives.
    4. Hewitt is a “country club” R

  213. PresidentPaul! says:

    Hewitt was saying even right before the convention that there was going to be a neverTrump coalition to stop Trump and put Kasich or Jeb in charge right up to the last minute.

    He also called on Trump to step down as the nominee.
    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/10/hugh-hewitt-donald-trump-229350

    He waited until a few days before the election to finally state he would vote Trump only after his teeth were pulled out.

    Hewitt is also wrong about virtually every topic he talks about.

  214. PresidentPaul! says:

    Paul says we have to kill the Obamacare bill the senate R’s are pushing

    Paul cautioned that the Senate bill might contain provisions that might allow illegal immigrants, permanent residents, and other non-citizens to obtain Obamacare subsidies. He said, “I think there’s an attempt after a few years to restrict who can get these Obamacare subsidies, but I think in the first couple of years it looks like they’re going to keep in place the Obamacare rules that may allow people that are not citizens to get subsidies.”
    The Kentucky senator chided the Senate leadership’s lack of transparency regarding the bill. He said, “I would have preferred it to go through committee. I think the public is more accepting of things when there is more open debate, more witnesses on both sides, and it’s messier but at the same time what you get is a product that is more acceptable to a broader range of people.”

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/06/22/exclusive-sen-rand-paul-on-senate-healthcare-legislation-i-think-the-bill-looks-too-much-like-obamacare/

  215. Mr.Vito says:

    “Hewitt is also wrong about virtually every topic he talks about.”

    Well then he’ll fit right in at MSNBC…

  216. NYCmike says:

    “The Kentucky senator chided the Senate leadership’s lack of transparency regarding the bill. He said, “I would have preferred it to go through committee. I think the public is more accepting of things when there is more open debate, more witnesses on both sides, and it’s messier but at the same time what you get is a product that is more acceptable to a broader range of people.””

    -GRANDSTANDER!

  217. PresidentPaul! says:

    “How about this radical idea? Pass the bill. If it is not working, pass a new bill to fix it. Failure to pass any bill is preserving all of Obamacare.”

    I think you have to start with the assumption that any bill the democrats or republicans are trying to pass is a pretty bad bill from the get go as is almost always the case.

  218. Tina says:

    Well until rcently, mslsd beat fox. Last week they did not.

    http://www.adweek.com/tvnewser/scoreboard-wednesday-june-21/333087

    Seems like fox has fixed its line up. Is doing a bit better. Mslsd is fun to watch, if you like conspiracies.

    Examples, trumps rhetoric ruined obumblercare.

    Trump is a suicide bimber

    Trump is north korea., per the morning blow.

    Muh Russia 24/7.

    All rooted in fiction and make believe.

  219. PresidentPaul! says:

    Avoid the fake news

    “He Died So That His Kids Could Go to College”
    Thomas DiLorenzo

    I was in Massachusetts last week, and on the local news was a story about an American soldier from that state who had recently been killed in Afghanistan.  After showing images of the man’s children, the local news station dragged out a U.S. Army officer who announced that the man died so that his children could have the freedom to go to college.
    Yeah, those Afghans are hell-bent on preventing American kids from going to school.  If we don’t stop them over there, they will come over here and stand in the doorways of the school rooms and not let anyone in.

  220. Tina says:

    California travel ban has been expanded to 8 states due to their traditional views and laws about LGBTs. The states are: Texas, Alabama, Kentucky, South Dakota; original – Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina and Tennessee. I am confused since the drats were against travel bans. Read it here:

    http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/the-state-worker/article157688724.html

  221. NYCmike says:

    “The bill has to look more like a repeal bill. So we repealed some of the spending, repeal more of the subsidies, and we have to not have a mismatch. See the bill does a pretty good job of repealing the taxes but it does not get rid of a lot of the spending. When you do that what you end up having is a problem with your debt, the bill will add a lot to the debt. It creates a new entitlement program that gives out over $100 billion to insurance companies, and that’s not why I joined the Republican party and not why I ran for office to vote for more entitlement programs.”

    -He was thinking of jason with that last line.

  222. PresidentPaul! says:

    #232
    Ya that’s probably what the bill seems like now.

    I guarantee once people get to read the Obamacare bill it will turn out to actually be a gang of eight amnesty bill instead.

  223. PresidentPaul! says:

    #231
    That ban was in place for the NCAA tournament, but they selectively ignored the travel ban so as to not piss off alumni who would have put an end to it.

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1498219367691.png

  224. PresidentPaul! says:

    Huffpost is a lot like reading the Onion newspapers

    If You’re White and Have Opinions, You’re Now Guilty of ‘Whitesplaining’

    “Mansplaining” was so 2016. Half way through 2017, the Huffington Post is peddling a new complaint to add to the American lexicon: “Whitesplaining.”

    HuffPo’s “social justice blogger,” Jade Greear, explains this new offense.

    “Have you ever had an experience where someone is explaining to you, in a patronizing way, something you actually already know quite a lot about?” she asks. “Possibly about your own life experiences as an African American or Latino? That is whitesplaining—to explain or comment on something in a condescending, overconfident, and often inaccurate or oversimplified manner, from the perspective of the group one identifies with, thereby clearly exhibiting their own bias.”

    Greear says that while “whitesplaining” can be well-intentioned, it is inherently subjective. It perpetuates racism, she argues, precisely because “racism is not subjective.”

    “My life experiences and oppression—my truth as a 19-year-old black woman—cannot be invalidated because of the inability of someone with privilege to see it,” she writes.

    Greear cites a few examples of “whitesplaining,” referencing issues where she apparently feels white people have no right to weigh in. It was “not only condescending [but] particularly harmful,” she says, when TV hosts weighed in on Colin Kaepernick’s protests, or when “self-professed political pundits whitesplain[ed] why blacks should have voted for Trump.”

    She adds: “Whitesplaining perpetuates white privilege, which fuels racism and only serves to erode the progress we have made in the fight for racial equality in America.”

    By that line of reasoning, any dispute with Greear’s opinions, which are rooted in her impenetrable personal experience, are not only illegitimate; they’re actually racist. Instead of civil discourse, she demands deference.

  225. Mr.Vito says:

    230 Thanks, I’ll continue to skip over your fake news.

  226. NYCmike says:

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/06/22/evergreen-state-college-student-f-free-speech/

    “When you try to silence speech, it never goes the way you hope. The ideas remain, but now they’re not discussed. I don’t have any right to silence Hadley, and I don’t want to, because I think it’s necessary to mock and ridicule his idiocy. You don’t kill bad ideas by shutting up Hadley. You kill the herd immunity to bad ideas like Hadley’s, and set yourself up for trouble if a person with his ideas ever finds himself in charge.”

    -One more reason, as stated in this article, to NOT have a registration system at HHR…..what fun would it be if we stopped mocking and ridiculing!

    bunu, you are safe here!

  227. Phil says:

    231

    Well, Tina, something tells me these states will survive the ban including mine.

    Say, when are you guys going to get that single payer thing going? Free healthcare for all illegals. What a great magnet for more illegals. I’m sorry. I mean immigrants without papers. Free healthcare added on to free public education, a driver’s license, sanctuary from deportation and now the taxpayers pick up all healthcare for those who break into the country. Bravo. If I’m an illegal, I’m not coming to Texas. I want to party with you guys.

  228. MichiganGuy says:

    Apple manufacturer Foxconn eyes Michigan for $7B+ investment

    http://woodtv.com/2017/06/23/apple-manufacturer-eyes-michigan-for-7b-investment/

    Obama is gone and business is booming!!!

  229. NYCmike says:

    http://twitchy.com/dougp-3137/2017/06/22/pass-the-popcorn-chris-hayes-scotus-rumor-is-freaking-out-pro-aborts/?utm_campaign=twitchywidget

    -I noticed this comment:

    “Not just the end of Roe. Another Gorsuch & Democracy will be a memory.”

    How do these people think?

    They believe justices who want individuals to HAVE MORE POWER THAN THE GOVERNMENT are bad for a democracy……..MD, Author, “CG”, these are your fellow travelers!

  230. PresidentPaul! says:

    more fake CNN sources

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1498220559702.png

  231. Mr.Vito says:

    If it were legal, Texas would pass a law banning Californians from visiting anyway.

  232. MichiganGuy says:

    Author is on (CuriousCat). Anyone want to ask him a question? lol

    https://curiouscat.me/AuthorLMendez

  233. NYCmike says:

    “If it were legal, Texas would pass a law banning Californians from visiting anyway.”

    -NO WAY, Mr. Vito!

    The people MOVING FROM California TO Texas usually have to make at least one trip to check out their new apartment/house……

  234. MichiganGuy says:

    New York Times bloodbath could include reporter jobs!

    http://nypost.com/2017/06/23/new-york-times-bloodbath-could-include-reporter-jobs/

    Say it ain’t so!!! lol 🙂

  235. DW says:

    249 – ask him if fans are legal in FL governor debates.

  236. Cash Cow TM says:

    Nice article on DRUDGE about former HHR poster Arthor

    “Man Visits DISNEYLAND 2,000 Days in Row…”

    Oh wait….DisneyLAND…not DisneyWORLD

  237. Gelt Goose says:

    honk-

  238. janz says:

    #246. Great find and post regarding the US Debt Clock!

  239. Jonesy says:

    I heard Reynolds Wrap Robbie had a meltdown here yesterday.

  240. Jonesy says:

    Someone said he was a pilot. How would you like to be a passenger on Captain Robbie’s plane, as he punches Iphone keys for his Never Trump posts in the Cockpit?

  241. janz says:

    #232 pitch is more accurate about Hugh Hewitt than Bruno’s POV of him, IMO.

  242. janz says:

    #223 instead of 232.

  243. Phil says:

    Robbie = Morning Joe.

    Same guy.

  244. janz says:

    Obama now on social media’s bandwagon slicing, dicing and lyng about the Rs attempt to reform health care. He would do anything to save his legacy, while thinking nothing about damagng the country.

  245. Jonesy says:

    Hugh Hewitt is a Globalist, but a good man. His number one issue is confirming judges. Which is fine for me.

    But I sense, he wants to be loved by the MSM aka George Will etc…

  246. Jonesy says:

    Janz, Obama did such a great job getting Hillary, and Dem Senate Challengers elected in 2016.. Sarc..

  247. MichiganGuy says:

    #252 I don’t think Author liked that question. He hasn’t responded yet. 🙁

  248. MichiganGuy says:

    @255 ty

  249. janz says:

    It amazes me how much confidence is being verbalized, on Fox business, about the Senate healthcare bill passing, while on Drudge the language is that the bill is sick. Ah, what to believe…..

  250. janz says:

    Jonesy, very true about how Obama’s gift of gab seems to frequently fall flat. Nonetheless, the guy’s blatent lies are irritating. I wish he would take Hillary and simply fade off on some billionaires romote island.

  251. Bitterlaw says:

    The 76ers’ number 1 pick is Markelle Fultz. Jason told me that the Fultz family in Lititz is very nice but I’m not sure that he is Amish.

    https://s3media.247sports.com/Uploads/Assets/903/143/26_5143903.jpg

  252. Chicon says:

    262 – Hi Jonesy. Agree that Hewitt wants to be loved by the cool kids. That said, he’ll be the best host on that network by several miles. And I’m with him on the importance of judges.

  253. Chicon says:

    Bitter, when is Fultz scheduled for his broken foot?

  254. Bitterlaw says:

    Chicon – Right after his misdiagnosed ACL sprain.

    I saw that the Bulls are getting roasted for a bad draft pick. Did they have Bears GM making the selection?

  255. NYCmike says:

    “#252 I don’t think Author liked that question. He hasn’t responded yet. ?”

    -HEH!

  256. MichiganGuy says:

    Major Victory For the Makers Of the Planned Parenthood Baby Parts Videos

    http://www.redstate.com/streiff/2017/06/23/daleiden-merritt-charges-dismissed/

  257. Jonesy says:

    Hi Chicon. So true about the 76ers. The ambulance is already on standby

  258. janz says:

    Senator Heller has now voiced a 5th nay against the health care bill. It seems members of the GOP are dropping like flies when it comes to crunch time in passing a bill.

  259. Jonesy says:

    Janz, Heller has a deal with McConnell. There are 2 free GOP NO votes, and Heller gets one of them.

    Manchin may join the fun and be a Yea

  260. Jonesy says:

    Each one of those GOP Senators, has a buddy that wants a Judgeship, Fed Job etc.. Even Rand Paul.

    McConnell keeps tabs, and they know it

  261. Jonesy says:

    Mike Lee is a POS. A huge never trumper, whose Brother wants a Fed Judgeship or Higher.

    If Lee votes Yea, his brother gets the goodie

  262. lisab says:

    Sorry to burst your bubble, Johnny Depp, but if you wanna be John Wilkes Booth, you have to be able to get people into a theatre first.

  263. lisab says:

    OOPS: Clinton Foundation Admits It Took $1 Million From Qatar And Forgot To Tell The Government

  264. lisab says:

    A report Friday morning claims Russian President Vladimir Putin gave direct instructions to help elect Donald Trump president.

    According to a Washington Post investigation, former President Obama received a secret CIA report in August.

    That report “captured Putin’s specific instructions on the operation’s audacious objectives – defeat or at least damage the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton.”

    CBS News confirmed last year that U.S. intelligence officials knew that the Russian government operation to interfere in the U.S. election had been approved by Putin himself, but they were reluctant to reveal how much they knew out of concern that sources and methods could be compromised, CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff Pegues reports.

  265. DW says:

    280 – its amazing how common that sort of thing is. Just last week I had a foreign country wire me a million dollars, and I deposited it and only thought of it again just now when you reminded me.

  266. Walt says:

    Sen. Manchin interviewed on WV state radio this morning.

    He does not like the new health care bill.
    Says the Rs have to reach out to Ds in senate for input and revisions. He said current Trump Care bill is just as bad as current Obama Care law.

    As it stands now, I do not see Manchin voting yes.

  267. Cash Cow TM says:

    Monkey business…

    DRUDGE
    Chimps change hunting habits after followed by scientists…

  268. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    281. Am sure everyone realizes that the American government, through the CIA, etc., regularly attempts to influence foreign elections. Next we are going to learn that the U.S. and Russia spy on each other. Shocking!

  269. Robbie says:

    Yay! Let’s cripple a vulnerable Republican Senator so he can be replaced by a Harry Reid endorsed candidate. Smart!

    Maggie Haberman?
    @maggieNYT
    5 minutes ago

    AMERICA FIRST POLICIES, the pro-Trump/Pence outside group that Pence has been raising for, is preparing a seven-figure ad buy against HELLER

  270. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    280. “OOPS: Clinton Foundation Admits It Took $1 Million From Qatar And Forgot To Tell The Government.”

    Qatar is a major natural gas producer. A lot of Qatari money has gone to American anti-fracking groups to try and limit U.S. natural gas production.

  271. Jonesy says:

    Heller had his toughest race in 2012, with Obama on the ticket. He will squeak by again.

  272. Jonesy says:

    Maggie Haberman, the queen of Fake News. Ughhh

  273. gameboy says:

    The new healthcare bill is garbage….nothing but an enhanced version of obamacare. Not sure why the dems hate it so much. If the same thing was introduced by Schumer every single one of them would vote for it. Stop wasting time. Either have the guts to do the right thing repeal obamcare outright, or leave the damn thing alone.

  274. Robbie says:

    These stories about Russia, Putin and collusion are garbage and always have been. There’s no way Trump or any of his associates colluded with Russia. Trump ran a one man show campaign that lacked the infrastructure or personnel to coordinate such a major undertaking. Anyone who’s seen Carter Page on TV realizes he couldn’t fight his way out of a wet paper bag.

    The only issue going forward that has any bearing on Trump is his association with Mike Flynn and his conversations about Flynn with Comey, Coats, and Admiral Rogers. If it’s determined Trump improperly stuck his nose into the matter when he shouldn’t have, then that’s bad news. If Mueller finds nothing, then Trump will be vindicated and Democrats will have no second option.

  275. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Lets not forget that Al Gore sold his U.S. TV news service to the Qatar government (Al Jazeera is owned by the Qatar royal family) in 2013. One of Al Jazeera’s America major focuses was attacking oil and natural gas production in the U.S.

    Al Jazeera America failed, and now Gore and Qatar are in a lawsuit, since Qatar is refusing to pay Gore some of what is owed under the contract of sale.

  276. Robbie says:

    gameboy says:
    June 23, 2017 at 4:03 pm
    The new healthcare bill is garbage….nothing but an enhanced version of obamacare. Not sure why the dems hate it so much. If the same thing was introduced by Schumer every single one of them would vote for it. Stop wasting time. Either have the guts to do the right thing repeal obamcare outright, or leave the damn thing alone.

    – An yet it got the thumbs up from Avik Roy, one of the most important conservative voices on healthcare.

  277. Robbie says:

    But Jonesy swears it’s fake news.

    Alex Isenstadt?
    @politicoalex 4m
    4 minutes ago

    Confirmed: Pro-Trump America First going up w ads targeting Heller, per source. Big move from WH political arm vs GOP senator up in ’18

  278. Jonesy says:

    290. Gameboy, it does get rid of the Individual and small biz mandates.

    Believe me, all I know hate that mandate

  279. Robbie says:

    But Jonesy says it’s fake news.

    David M. Drucker?
    @DavidMDrucker 3m
    3 minutes ago

    Just texted w/ an official w/ @AmericaFirstPol & confirmed @maggieNYT’s report. Plan to run ads against @SenDeanHeller. =>

  280. Jonesy says:

    Heller, is wimping out on healthcare. Trump is doing what Reagan and all others did. A friendly threat to Maverick senators of all parties.

    The clever money could be also saying, that Trump and the RNC are allowing Heller to run against Trump for 2018. A win is a win

  281. Robbie says:

    The last refuge of Trumpism is to say “fake news” to anything that is not view favorably.

  282. Robbie says:

    I know how to get healthcare across the line. Cripple a Republican Senator who provides one of the two vote margin in the chamber. Brilliant.

  283. Jonesy says:

    I just do not get it. After all the bogus discredited NYT and Politico stories for the last 2 years, Reynold Wrap still quotes them , thinking we believe them

  284. Jonesy says:

    299. 3 votes with Pence, Davinci

  285. Jonesy says:

    Senate to investigate Loretta Lynch

  286. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 23, 2017 at 4:13 pm
    299. 3 votes with Pence, Davinci

    – Pence’s vote only matters if the issue comes to a 50-50 tie, moron. It’s either a two vote margin without his vote or a 1 one vote margin if Pence’s vote is needed.

  287. Cash Cow TM says:

    Remember the good old days…

    When reporters reported the factual events of news without their overt or covert opinions added?

    When Hollywood and music entertainers stuck to entertaining you and not preaching their version of politics to you?

    When super rich people did not think they had more rights in the political process than the next person and did not spend $50 MM of their money at a drop of a hat to try to influence the outcome of elections?

    When congress spent most of their time crafting bipartisan legislation to solve problems–instead of spending 90% of their time investigating the investigations of investigations?

  288. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 23, 2017 at 4:12 pm
    I just do not get it. After all the bogus discredited NYT and Politico stories for the last 2 years, Reynold Wrap still quotes them , thinking we believe them

    – So let’s see. David Drucker, who writes for the conservative Washington Examiner, confirmed a pro-Trump group is going after Heller. Jonathan Swan of Axios has confirmed a pro-Trump group is going after Heller as well. But Jonestown Jonesy is sticking with “fake news”. Like I said, the last refuge of Trumpism is to claim” fake news”.

  289. Cash Cow TM says:

    Walt dusting and vacuuming to prepare for some shindig dinner at his house.

    I asked him this question and he could not answer. How about you?

    If Jesus said he was coming to your house, would he expect you to spend hours prior to his visit by getting right with Jesus or cleaning your house to get right with the dust bunnies?

  290. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 23, 2017 at 4:12 pm
    I just do not get it. After all the bogus discredited NYT and Politico stories for the last 2 years, Reynold Wrap still quotes them , thinking we believe them

    – Also, I just love the way the way you pretend to be a longtime commenter in this forum when, in fact, you showed up just three weeks ago.

  291. Robbie says:

    One of the my favorite memories of the 2008 race at HHR was the reliance by some here on a website called Hillbuzz. It claimed to be a group of disaffected Hillary voters who refused to vote for Obama and claimed they had inside information that McCain was really going to win. The refrain from Hillbuzz was “PUMA” or party unity may azz. Well, that seems to be the message coming from this pro-Trump group who wants to cripple Dean Heller.

  292. Robbie says:

    Is it still fake news when the person who plans to run the ads goes on the record, Jonesy?

    Robert Costa?
    @costareports
    3 minutes ago

    Trump allies preparing an all-out assault on Rs who break on health care. Katie Walsh, on rec, says her super PAC plans 7-fig buy in Nev…

  293. Robbie says:

    Trump’s all about party unity. What a guy. Not sure he’s thought through the consequences of a larger Democrat party in the House and/or the Senate.

    Robert Costa?
    @costareports
    40 seconds ago

    Based on convos today, there is a growing push in Trump’s orbit for Rs to pay a cost for breaking away. Belief that too many Rs defy WH.

  294. NYCmike says:

    Robbie is more upset about people pooh-poohing his breathless regurgitation’s from Maggie and Axios than he is about the MSM getting at least 90% of their Trump stories wrong.

  295. NYCmike says:

    “40 seconds ago”

    🙂

  296. NYCmike says:

    …..must……alert……H…..H…….RRRrrrr…..

  297. lisab says:

    gameboy says:
    June 23, 2017 at 4:03 pm
    The new healthcare bill is garbage….nothing but an enhanced version of obamacare. Not sure why the dems hate it so much. If the same thing was introduced by Schumer every single one of them would vote for it. Stop wasting time. Either have the guts to do the right thing repeal obamcare outright, or leave the damn thing alone.

    – An yet it got the thumbs up from Avik Roy, one of the most important conservative voices on healthcare. — robbie
    ————————————-

    In July 2016, as quoted in a Vox article, Roy said that the Republican Party had “lost its right to govern, because it is driven by white nationalism rather than a true commitment to equality for all Americans.

  298. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 23, 2017 at 5:33 pm
    Robbie is more upset about people pooh-poohing his breathless regurgitation’s from Maggie and Axios than he is about the MSM getting at least 90% of their Trump stories wrong.

    – Hey, NYCMike. The woman who runs the super-pac went ON THE RECORD about the ad buy against Heller. But by all means, continue to live in your Trumpian dream world where everything you don’t want to hear is fake news.

  299. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 23, 2017 at 5:33 pm
    “40 seconds ago”

    – I’ll post the information I want when I want. And if it pisses you off, that’s just an added benefit.

  300. lisab says:

    Happy Brexit Anniversary!

  301. lisab says:

    Ramadan 2017: 161 Terror Attacks, 1,483 Dead, 1,557 Wounded — motive unknown

  302. Robbie says:

    Important update on the Trump border wall that will be paid for by solar panels (I thought Mexico was going to pay for the wall).

    Miles of wall built today – 0
    Miles of wall built since the inauguration – 0

  303. lisab says:

    The Senate Judiciary Committee has opened a probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s efforts to shape the FBI’s investigation into 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the committee’s chairman announced Friday.

  304. lisab says:

    The Chair of the Nebraska Democratic Party booted a high-ranking party official Thursday after stunning audiotapes emerged on social media where the democrat can be heard wishing for Rep. Steve Scalise’s death, saying “I wish he was f***ing dead.”

    According to the Omaha World-Herald, Party Chair Jane Kleeb officially removed Phil Montag from his post as co-chair of the party’s technology committee after the secret recordings were released to the press. Throughout the tapes, Montag slams Scalise for supporting the GOP healthcare plan and can be heard saying “I’m glad he got shot.”

  305. lisab says:

    Writer for Bil Nye’s Netflix show on twitter: “if a few old ass conservative white men have to die in order to get the gun control issue discussed then I’m willing to take that risk.”

  306. lisab says:

    Drudge confirms 93% of people think Trump’s last six months has been good/great

  307. lisab says:

    Germany Admits 75 Percent of Refugees Will Be on Public Welfare for Life

  308. DW says:

    318 – it is just workplace violence. Didn’t you get the memo?

  309. NYCmike says:

    ” But by all means, continue to live in your Trumpian dream world where everything you don’t want to hear is fake news.”

    -Heh.

    I said nothing about “fake news”…….you are losing it.

    I am pretty sure those ad buys COULD happen….Trump is negotiating. At this time, I would think it is NOT a bluff, but time will tell.

    Senators have a choice to make….stand on principle and vote AGAINST, IF THE BILL IS BAD. If the bill is an improvement but not enough, choose who you fight, purist voters or Trump.

    I see nothing wrong with that….it is Politics 101.

  310. lisab says:

    John Podesta Just Got Bad News – He is Called to TESTIFY!

  311. lisab says:

    With cameras banned, CNN sends sketch artist to White House briefing (

  312. wvally says:

    I have no great expectations for the healthcare bill. Our formerly low premiums and deductibles are a thing of the past. I can’t imagine that whatever happens in the new bill, our premiums will ever go back down.

  313. NYCmike says:

    ” And if it pisses you off, that’s just an added benefit.”

    -Pisses me off?

    Seriously?

    Come on, do you really give yourself that much credit?

    I have needed something to take the edge off all day, due to being shorthanded at work. Once I saw you start your regurgitating exercises, I felt much more relaxed.

    The world was spinning on its correct axis again, and Robbie was heading to KooKooBoro.

  314. wvally says:

    I would love a tax break.

  315. lisab says:

    Atlanta Mayor Raises Minimum Wage To $15 An Hour For City Workers

  316. lisab says:

    On 14 days during March, Arizona utilities got a gift from California: free solar power.

    Well, actually better than free. California produced so much solar power on those days that it paid Arizona to take excess electricity its residents weren’t using to avoid overloading its own power lines.

    It happened on eight days in January and nine in February as well. All told, those transactions helped save Arizona electricity customers millions of dollars this year, though grid operators declined to say exactly how much. And California also has paid other states to take power.

  317. Trump says:

    Let Heller figure out how to win while opposing repeal.

    He thinks he is smart.

  318. Trump says:

    Politics is not beanbags.

  319. Tina says:

    So, they subpoenaed Lynch?

    Anybody see the polling oon muh russia? 56 percent say its nada and move on.

  320. Tina says:

    http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/339146-poll-voters-grow-weary-of-russia-probes?amp

    Polling here, but the drats need to keep pushing itnhttp://thehill.com/homenews/administration/339146-poll-voters-grow-weary-of-russia-probes?amp

  321. Tina says:

    Google “CNN,175,Sue” @NolteNC
    ·
    2h

    Yawn. These bombshells are all retracted or debunked a few days later.
    The Daily Caller @DailyCaller
    Embedded
    With Ominous Tweet, Comey Pal Suggests Bombshell Story Is Soon To Drop

    Queing jebit, excited?

  322. lisab says:

    Ann Coulter on Twitter: In fairness to Obama, he might have broken a sweat to free Otto Warmbier if only there were solid evidence the guy was a deserter.

  323. lisab says:

    James O’Keefe?
    @JamesOKeefeIII
    Follow
    More
    Anonymous high-level sources close to the very top have confidentially informed us that anonymous sources are often imaginary or #FakeNews

  324. lisab says:

    FBI Calls Scalise Shooting ‘Spontaneous,’ Gunman ‘Had No Target In Mind,’ Motive Unclear

  325. Tina says:

    So, the clinton foundation did not disclose 1 million from qatar.

    Opps paper work error.

    I am sure jebots over look it.

  326. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    145. Robbie: “Best news of the day is we’re one day closer to the end of the Trump presidency.”

    Yes, Behind every cloud is a silver lining.

    You about have about 1,300 days left.

  327. lisab says:

    “Watching the congressman crying on live tv abt the trauma they experienced. Y is this so funny tho?”
    That’s the comment Chelsey Gentry-Tipton left on Facebook. She’s the chairwoman for the Nebraska Democratic Party Black Caucus.

  328. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    @CNN “This video appears to show President Trump breaking a cardinal rule of golf: driving a cart on the green http://cnn.it/2s4ycfT

    Oh No! This definitely calls for the appointment of a special prosecutor.

  329. lisab says:

    robbie must be watching a johnny depp marathon tonight

  330. lisab says:

    Trump is unbelievably well-positioned to fill up federal courts with lifetime judges. He inherited a whopping 108 court vacancies when he became president – double the number of vacancies President Barack Obama inherited when he took office.

  331. MichiganGuy says:

    @252

    Author, are fans legal in FL governor debates?
    Rick Scott certainly didn’t think so…

    https://curiouscat.me/authorlmendez

  332. NYCmike says:

    Ask Author – “Can you tell you hate another man by seeing him in a certain shirt across a crowded barroom?”

  333. lisab says:

    CNN: Breaking news, unbelievable act of violence caught on tape as Ivanka Trump violently flings helpless immigrant child around like a rag doll and laughs about it on presidential lawn..

    https://i.redd.it/ueadrfafae5z.jpg

  334. PresidentPaul! says:

    More proof Washingtonpost is fake news

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1498271420614.jpg

  335. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    348. “Trump is unbelievably well-positioned to fill up federal courts with lifetime judges. He inherited a whopping 108 court vacancies when he became president – double the number of vacancies President Barack Obama inherited when he took office.”

    That is nice. Perhaps he should begin nominating more people to fill these vacancies.

  336. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    353. Trump should only be allowed to tweet after he has made a court nomination. One tweet per nomination.

  337. lisab says:

    there are currently 14 nominations in progress

  338. Bitterlaw says:

    My wife’s firm is raising the cost of her insurance $400 per month because I am on the policy and I could get my own policy through my firm. The problem is that my firm’s policy would cost more than $400 per month and it sucks. It is also a risk on whether the new policy would have to cover my pre-existing diabetes. Sometimes, the British system looks appealing. It sucks and you may die waiting for care but at least you don’t have to think.

  339. NYCmike says:

    Sorry to hear that, Bitterlaw. It is a tough situation all around. Too bad we can’t start from the ground up, and figure something logical.

  340. jason says:

    Cool picture if you like military planes, courtesy of Instapundit

    https://strategypage.com/military_photos/2017062401043.aspx

  341. jason says:

    I know why Wobbie is hysterical, CNN pulled the anti-Trump hit piece that was supposed to be big news today.

    Poor bastard has to rely on warmed over MSM garbage.

  342. janz says:

    Circa news has been following and reporting on a US intelligence contractor suing Comey over the cover-up of the illegal unmasking of 20 million Americans. This contractor says he has the classified docs and hard drives to prove his claims.

    While being ignored by the MSM, the story may nevertheless find legs, as the lawsuit has been filed with the same federal judge who earlier ruled on the NSAs data collection as violating the Fourth Amendment.

  343. jason says:

    ” But by all means, continue to live in your Trumpian dream world where everything you don’t want to hear is fake news.”

    Let me fix it just for Wobbie…

    “By all means, continue to live in your MSM dream world, where all the fake news you want to hear is real”

  344. Bitterlaw says:

    Cute video of Jason’s children.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vz4S_uxm-wQ

  345. janz says:

    #358. That will never happen. Once the ACA implemented the seductive, freebies of it’s plan there will be no going back to the plans of the past.

    People say the goal all along was to have universial healthcare, and the ACA – created to disrupt healthcare and then fail – was a couvert stepping stone to that end.

  346. George says:

    The chickens are coming home to roost. The Obama/Clinton/Democrat/media complex never thought there was any chance Clinton would ever lose the election. They always believed their arrogant, extensive abuse of power would forever remain hidden. The cracks are forming and they are about to be totally exposed.

  347. jason says:

    Hmmm… let’s do a DNA on that black llama.

  348. Cash Cow TM says:

    DRUDGE

    “REFUGEES TO USA CUT IN HALF…”

    I am opposed to illegal immigration, but I detest violence….cutting them in half!

  349. Cash Cow TM says:

    DRUDGE

    TV truck stolen while crew worked on crime story…

    Bet it happened in a Big City!

  350. Tina says:

    3 house members in judiciary want investigation i to comedy and mueller.

    Brilliant.

  351. Wes says:

    it’s not a good month for Batman fans:

    Actor Pat Hingle–Commissioner Gordon in the Batman series from 1989 to 1997–has passed at age 84.

    RIP.

  352. Tina says:

    http://legalinsurrection.com/2017/06/republicans-steamrolling-dems-to-confirm-trump-judicial-nominees/amp/

    This is a good read. The drats are distracted by russian hoaxes and blowing special elections, while trump is filing vacanies.

    The ky drunk needs to steam roll the nominees.

  353. MichiganGuy says:

    Nebraska Democratic Official Fired for Saying He Wishes Steve Scalise Was Dead: ‘I’m Glad He Got Shot’

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/06/23/nebraska-democratic-official-fired-saying-wishes-steve-scalise-dead-im-glad-got-shot/

  354. Robbie says:

    Few things would rally the Republican base like a Supreme Court nomination. If Anthony Kennedy hangs on for another year though, Trump’s behavior will almost certainly be a factor.

    My guess is Anthony Kennedy retires by the end of the week. Hope I’m right.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/06/24/politics/anthony-kennedy-retirement-rumors/index.html

  355. MichiganGuy says:

    *Breaking News*

    Bernie and Jane Sanders Under FBI Investigation For Bank Fraud

    http://www.redstate.com/jaycaruso/2017/06/24/bernie-jane-sanders-fbi-investigation-bank-fraud/

  356. walt says:

    Life is not fair.

    Why should I have a walk behind self propelled mower for 1/3 an acre and I drive by a home on 1/8 of an acre and the dude is mowing with a $6000 riding mower.

  357. walt says:

    The FERC has two vacancies on it. Trump needs to fill the slots so thet can approve the nat gas pipelines.

  358. Tina says:

    If there is a new sc pick, it needs to be william pryor, whose nomination to a lesser ct was stalled by the drats in 2003.

  359. Trump says:

    The Jeb cocsucking retard was claiming earlier that Kennedy would not retire, not giving trump a chance to nominate another justice.

    Now the moron wants Kennedy to retire.

    One fu ck ed up idiot.

  360. PresidentPaul! says:

    Robbie will you regret not voting for Trump if Trump ends up defeating Hillary and replacing two supreme court justices all in the 6 months?

  361. PresidentPaul! says:

    Proof republicans support wars based on who is in power.

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1498303528516.jpg

  362. Robbie says:

    PresidentPaul! says:
    June 24, 2017 at 12:05 pm
    Robbie will you regret not voting for Trump if Trump ends up defeating Hillary and replacing two supreme court justices all in the 6 months?

    – Nope.

  363. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    June 24, 2017 at 12:01 pm
    The Jeb cocsucking retard was claiming earlier that Kennedy would not retire, not giving trump a chance to nominate another justice.
    Now the moron wants Kennedy to retire.
    One fu ck ed up idiot.

    – Wrong. I’ve always wanted/hoped Anthony Kennedy would retire. But given Kennedy’s exulted view of himself, it’s not hard to conclude he might prefer to wait because of how he views Trump.

  364. PresidentPaul! says:

    Robbie
    So you would rather have had President Hillary and two more liberal Supreme court justices?

  365. Bitterlaw says:

    WV = I have no idea how big my yard is in terms of acreage. However, I can cut it in 20 minutes with the mower. I don’t need a riding mower and would be embarrassed to hire somebody to do it for me. I like doing it. My neighbor has a mower with a long electric cord. That just seems like an electrocution waiting to happen for me.

  366. Bitterlaw says:

    The Never Trumpers did not want either Trump or Hillary to win. As I predicted, one had to win.

  367. Trump says:

    Some nevertrumpers wanted Hillary to win.

  368. PresidentPaul! says:

    Robbie is still obsessing over the idea of a primary challenge to Trump in 2020.

    Bush tried to do a massive amnesty, started a fake war, and ran a systemic torture campaign and we couldn’t even get rid of that guy.

  369. PresidentPaul! says:

    Robbie’s only hope for getting rid of Trump is deep state, which is why Ron Paul should have been the nominee.

    He would have fired them all day 1

  370. lisab says:

    “But given Kennedy’s exulted view of himself, it’s not hard to conclude he might prefer to wait because of how he views Trump.”
    ————————–

    the trump and kennedy families are friendly

    kennedy is probably the closest thing trump has to a personal friend on scotus, although they actually know each other through their children, not directly

  371. Diamond Jim says:

    CD

  372. Wes says:

    Bunu seriously thinks Ron Paul would have done anything differently from Trump.

    Paul is significantly smarter than Bunu and knows how to get rich off starting a cult.

  373. PresidentPaul! says:

    Wasn’t talking about Rand. I was referring to 2012 race when Ron Paul should have been the nominee.

    Ron pledged to do away with the CIA, NSA, FBI immediately.

    If they manage to somehow take down Trump that would just prove me right.

  374. Robbie says:

    PresidentPaul! says:
    June 24, 2017 at 12:51 pm
    Robbie
    So you would rather have had President Hillary and two more liberal Supreme court justices?

    – No. Any other Republican would have gotten the same opportunity as Trump may get with the Supreme Court.

  375. PresidentPaul! says:

    #403
    Was referring to the general election when you said you didn’t vote for Trump.

  376. Robbie says:

    PresidentPaul! says:
    June 24, 2017 at 1:09 pm
    Robbie is still obsessing over the idea of a primary challenge to Trump in 2020.

    – I am not obsessing over a primary challenge. I have suggested Trump’s actions and low poll standing may prompt a primary challenge, but I doubt a credible candidate who could conceivably beat him would ever run. Your guy Rand might do it though.

  377. Trump says:

    The deluded retard thinks any other republican would be president.

    Talk about detached from reality.

  378. Wes says:

    I’m going to be honest with you, Bunu:

    Ron Paul doesn’t give a good goddamn about you and knows you’re and your fellow Ronulans are too brainwashed to realize 90% of what he says is tripe used to build a mindnumbed cult of thoughtless followers.

    He would have ended exactly nothing as President. He knows you would have found an excuse to justify why he didn’t keep any campaign promises too.

  379. Bitterlaw says:

    Ron pledged to do away with the CIA, NSA, FBI immediately.

    Sometimes I forget that Ron Paul was not just a delusional thief who steered millions in pork to his district. Bunu reminded me that Ron was also a greater danger to the US than any Democrat. Thanks, Bunu.

  380. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    June 24, 2017 at 1:28 pm
    Bunu seriously thinks Ron Paul would have done anything differently from Trump.

    Paul is significantly smarter than Bunu and knows how to get rich off starting a cult.

    – Ron Paul is a lot like Newt. He only does the things he can monetize. For instance, Ron Paul has made a lot of money off his two worthless presidential campaigns.

  381. Robbie says:

    PresidentPaul! says:
    June 24, 2017 at 1:32 pm
    #403
    Was referring to the general election when you said you didn’t vote for Trump.

    – Just because Trump may get another SCOTUS pick doesn’t change who he is or why I chose not to vote for him.

  382. Wes says:

    If you want to get rich, you don’t do it by writing science fiction. If you want to get rich, you’ve got to start a cult.

    –L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Dianetics and Scientology

    Obviously L. Ron Paul saw the quote from L. Ron Hubbard and took its core tenets to heart.

  383. Mr.Vito says:

    “No. Any other Republican would have gotten the same opportunity as Trump may get with the Supreme Court.”

    No… only one Republican had that opportunity after the primary was over.

  384. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 24, 2017 at 1:53 pm
    “No. Any other Republican would have gotten the same opportunity as Trump may get with the Supreme Court.”

    No… only one Republican had that opportunity after the primary was over.

    – No. Any other Republican who won the primary would have gotten this opportunity because they would have beaten Clinton as well.

  385. mnw says:

    RRH is really infuriating. Rdel posts there, and he keeps the place somewhat sane.

    If RRH had been at Appamattox, they would’ve persuaded Grant to surrender.

  386. Mr.Vito says:

    “Any other Republican who won the primary…”

    A set of zero people.

  387. lisab says:

    ‘Woefully incomplete’ universal health bill dead for the year in California

  388. lisab says:

    “Any other Republican who won the primary…”

    A set of zero people.
    ————————

    more to the point, few of the other nominees would have beaten hillary

    jeb for example had about as close to zero chance of winning as any candidate i have seen

    i am actually surprised he scared romney out of the race

  389. Mr.Vito says:

    Robbie would not have regretted abstaining from Trump even if Hillary made the court 6-3 lib, is the apparent answer to Bunu’s question.

    We know Bitter, DW, I and others would have.

    We know MD, Author, and Corey would not.

    Would jason?

  390. lisab says:

    which gop candidates had a shot to beat hillary?

    my estimates

    40% chance
    kasich — northern republican, everyman
    rubio — carries florida at least

    30% chance
    christie — he might be able to bruise hillary in a debate, but he is unlikeable

    20% chance
    huckabee — good speaker, but i think limited geographically to the south
    walker — no charisma
    jindal — no charisma

    10% chance
    perry — too old? lost a step or two

    all others
    1% at best

  391. Phil says:

    Single payer in California dead for another year? Well, crap.

    Come on California, Pass it. Great magnet for illegals to cross over into California – not Texas!

  392. Phil says:

    Kasich or Rubio would have beat her like a drum. Of course, only Rubio of the two would have been a conservative in the WH.

  393. Trump says:

    Kasich woud not win pa or wi or mi or fl or nc or ia

    Rubio would not win pa or Midwest or NC or is

    Other than that, sure

  394. Trump says:

    Kasich – no appeal anywhere, except Ohio. The primaries proved that

  395. Trump says:

    Kasich would have come on third in a two person race.

  396. Tina says:

    Kennedy again made a bad decision imo re property rights. He tends to wobble left.

  397. Tina says:

    Mnw back and pw was back the other day. Hello.

  398. Wes says:

    Any Republican running last year other than possibly JEB! would have carried NC. We are an increasingly GOP state, and Hillary had zero appeal outside the Dem-heavy areas of the state–which aren’t enough to win statewide.

  399. Trump says:

    You don’t know kasich

  400. Trump says:

    A thoroughly smarmy detestable pric

  401. Tina says:

    Jeb would have won all 57 states.

    Lol, i do nit think he woukd have carried florida.

  402. Trump says:

    Kasich in his own words:

    “I should be running in the Democratic primary”

  403. Trump says:

    Apparently, the primary voters agreed with kasich

  404. Wes says:

    I do know Kasich. He’s exactly the kind of Republican NC Republicans find to be acceptable for national office. Notice Mitt Romney beat Barack Obama–the first Dem to carry NC since Jimmy Carter–here in 2012.

    JEB! would have been at best a 50/50 prospect to win and probably would have lost here because he would have infuriated the Dems and made Republicans either hostile or apathetic.

    Aside from him, NC would have gone GOP by 2-4 points.

  405. Trump says:

    Kasich thought Medicaid expansion is in the Bible.

  406. Trump says:

    Kasich: maybe I’ll buy bibles for Medicaid expansion critics

  407. Trump says:

    A total loon

  408. MichiganGuy says:

    Twitter:

    Theomnivore:R’s considering same with Trump, yeah? I mean, it’s a lie that replacing Pelosi would help with anything.

    Author:Her favs are a God-awful -20+, it wouldn’t hurt to try a new face that isn’t defined as a negative asset https://t.co/zThMAmGfvr

    MD:Bullsh*t. She is toxic!

    Me:Pelosi is awesome! You traitors!

    LOL

  409. Robbie says:

    Mr. Vito and the rest can assume whatever they want, but I did not find Trump to be an acceptable, qualified, or competent candidate. It was a difficult decision not to vote for the Republican nominee, but I have zero regrets. And frankly, Trump’s wildly erratic first five months have only confirmed my decision. After all, his paranoid behavior alone produced a special council.

    As for the other Republicans, my view is the top tier candidates all would have beaten Clinton in a general election. That includes St. Rubio, Cruz, Kasich, Jeb, and Romney had he run. The country clearly decided it didn’t want her to be elected, but the holdup was Trump. In the end, just enough people decided he was worth the risk, but a competent and qualified politician would have beaten her by a margin of something like 52-47-1. The gonzo 3rd parties totals were inflated by the worthlessness of Clinton and Trump.

    For those who can’t accept my decision, tough.

  410. Trump says:

    And have you ever been right, retarded Robbie?

  411. Tina says:

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/339248-dems-push-leaders-to-talk-less-about-russia?amp

    Hopefully, thus is true, but the drat leadership or senior drat wanted to expand the hoax. You can only cover up so much , comedy, lynch, and the wiretapping.

  412. Trump says:

    Always wrong, always hateful.

    That’s robbie

  413. Trump says:

    Romney?

    Ha ha

    Two time loser

    The country would love him third time. Sure

  414. Wes says:

    JEB! brought with him the significant baggage of GWB. He would have had to spend most of his time explaining why he’s not like his brother and trying to defend GWB’s record he would never have been able to take Hillary out.

  415. Tina says:

    It is oretty clear that comedy wiretapped trump in june or july of 2016. The wiretapping was ilkegal and he failed to timely notify congress, as required. I know grassley called out schif for brains and schumah for lying, but there were at least 20 congressionak weasles that new about this.

  416. Tina says:

    No r, outside of kasich, woukd have carried ohio or florida.

    With flub, i see 2012 all over again. Guy was just not in the fight. He woukd have quit, like quittens.

  417. Trump says:

    Kasich would have won Ohio

    Rubio likely would have won Florida

    Neither would have won both

  418. Mr.Vito says:

    “Mr. Vito and the rest can assume whatever they want, but I did not find Trump to be an acceptable, qualified, or competent candidate. It was a difficult decision not to vote for the Republican nominee, but I have zero regrets.”

    Assume what? You just said you have zero regrets. So what I stated as fact is indeed fact. If the Supreme Court was now 5-4 lib and soon to be 6-3 lib, you have zero regrets about not voting Trump.

    If this is incorrect, and you would be regretting it, you are free to say so and answer Bunu’s question.

    Since you have the courage of your convictions, this should not be difficult.

  419. Wes says:

    Trump is slowly gaining my support. Had JEB! won the nomination though, I would have hladly voted for Hillary over him. Regardless of thr consequences for the Court, I would have had no regrets.

  420. Wes says:

    Gladly*

  421. Tina says:

    If flub were the nominee, i would have likely not voted.

  422. walt says:

    Annual R Picnic here in this county.

    WV Sos Morissey here…

    Congressmen Evan Jenkins and Alex Mooney here…

    State legislators thick as fleas….

  423. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    Sorry to say, but if Trump had not been the Republican candidate, Hillary would be president. Trump won because he turned out voters in massive numbers, many of whom were blue collar Democrats.

    Here is a quote from the book Shattered:

    “No, Schale explained, Trump’s numbers weren’t just big, they were unreal. In rural Polk County, smack-dab in the center of the state, Hillary would collect 3,000 more votes than Obama did in 2012 — but Trump would add more than 25,000 votes to Mitt Romney’s total. In Pasco County, a swath of suburbs north of Tampa-St. Petersburg, Trump outran Romney by 30,000 votes.
    Pasco was one of the counties Schale was paying special attention to because the Tampa area tended to attract retirees from the Rust Belt — folks whose political leanings reflected those of hometowns in the industrial Midwest. In particular, Schale could tell, heavily white areas were coming in hard for Trump.”

    These people voted for Trump for the same reason that a large number of Democrats voted for Sanders, they were sick and tired of the globalist policies that were draining U.S. jobs and economic vitality.

    The election of 2016 was a political revolution for both parties. The days of the Bushes, Clintons and Romney are now past. Do think Rubio has a political future — the Democrats are about to go into a civil war. One reason they are so shrill now is they have nothing policy wise to offer.

  424. janz says:

    I understand Heller’s position more as to why he’s publicly opposing the health care law. This piece describes how he is politically between a rock and hard place, whichever way he ultimately chooses to go.

    “Trump is slowly gaining my support.”

    Sometimes a person has to pick and choose among the qualities and outcomes they most want in their given political choices. After that, they hope for the best to happen from that decision. Trump was my 17th and last choice, once the R primary was determined. After that it was a no brainer when it came to the final two competing for the general election.

    While I still “cringe” at some of Trump’s edgy remarks, he is doing a pretty good stand-up job on so many other fronts, from his judicial & cabinet picks, to his deregulation policies, immigration, education, and foreign policy stances. I also think standing firm with NATO to pay their “fair share” — considering we are are paying 76% of the expenses of a coalition of 28, and moving away from the Paris Climate Accord, in which we are paying the lion’s share of that deal too — out of some 190 nations — took conviction we haven’t seen for some time around these 50 states.

  425. janz says:

    “he Democrats are about to go into a civil war. One reason they are so shrill now is they have nothing policy wise to offer.”

    When people have nothing to stand on, no moral direction to aim at, and can’t find something position to add, the only think left is to rant and discredit their opponents.

  426. lisab says:

    JEB! would have had to spend most of his time explaining why he’s not like his brother and trying to defend GWB’s record he would never have been able to take Hillary out.
    ———–

    before this election i thought jeb was the intellectual of the brothers … of course that was 100% based on watching gw …
    after watching jeb in the primaries i think he is a dimwit

    not nearly the intellectual his brother is … and that is saying something

  427. janz says:

    Lisab, I thought the same thing about Jeb, before the primary of 2016 — that he was the “smart” one of the Bush boys. Maybe he is. But, he certainly didn’t exhibit that when he was running.

    In the meantime, Piers Morgan has a dem antidote to failure that sounds pretty convincing. The more the dismal deluded democrats scream about Trump in the media bubble, the more he keeps winning in the real world. Ten things the four-time losers need to do to beat him

  428. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 24, 2017 at 3:31 pm

    Assume what? You just said you have zero regrets. So what I stated as fact is indeed fact. If the Supreme Court was now 5-4 lib and soon to be 6-3 lib, you have zero regrets about not voting Trump.
    If this is incorrect, and you would be regretting it, you are free to say so and answer Bunu’s question.
    Since you have the courage of your convictions, this should not be difficult

    – Your assumption was I would be ok with Clinton appointing Supreme Court justices and that’s not the case. I would have been bitterly disappointed to see her swing the court in a liberal direction, but my ire would have been directed at the idiot primary voters who chose Trump over several highly qualified candidates.

  429. lisab says:

    i also think a kasich/rubio ticket in either order

    ** could **

    have had a shot, assuming they would win nc, fl, oh, in, and ia

    but they would still need virginia or similar

    i am not sure that would happen

    thus my 40% estimate

  430. lisab says:

    i think christie had a small shot as the nominee

    in that he is tough enough to tell hillary off in a debate, much like trump did

    but that is a risky prospect, which could easily backfire

    thus my 30% chance …

  431. Robbie says:

    I guess there’s a Rasmussen poll that said only Trump could have beaten Clinton. What a joke. He got 46.1% of the vote and that was less than the 47.2% Romney won in 2012.

  432. lisab says:

    oddly i think perry might have had a chance in the long past

    he was a good looking man

    but clearly not mentally prepared in 2012 and by 2016 it was too late

  433. lisab says:

    a rick perry/scott brown ticket would have been formidable in 2008

    rick and scott: so lisa what should we focus on in this debate? foreign policy? the economy? social issues?

    lisab: mmmmmmm … just look pretty and try not to speak and we will win this walking away

  434. lisab says:

    kaine vs scott brown?

    even msnbc’s rachhel maddow would pick brown as the winner ?

  435. Mr.Vito says:

    “Your assumption was I would be ok with Clinton appointing Supreme Court justices and that’s not the case.”

    You are either seriously logic-impaired, or lack the courage to stand behind your decision. No assumption is being made on my part.

    Trump loses; ergo Clinton becomes president; ergo the court becomes 6-3 lib.

    You can logically:
    A) Regret your non-vote for Trump.
    B) Not regret it.

    You have chosen B. Am I wrong? I have not said nor implied anything else.

    It is truly amazing if such a simple question from Bunu could short circuit your brain.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQhGaHTBBG8

  436. Tina says:

    A simple question from bubu…

    Lol

  437. Robbie says:

    Mr. Vito

    Piss off.

  438. Trump says:

    You should not expect the retard Robbie to make sense.

    He is a brain dead hater who has had his synapses snapped by Jeb sucking.

    He has nothing left in his so called mind but bile and spite.

  439. Robbie says:

    This talk that only Trump could’ve beaten Clinton is just laughable to me.

    – I think Marco Rubio is one of the most overrated Republicans in the last 20 years, but even I recognize he would have beaten Clinton by a wide margin. The contrast between his youth and her staleness would have been a disaster for Democrats.

    – I think Ted Cruz is the very personification of a Tea Party deadender, but he would have beaten Clinton as well. He was Trump before Trump swooped onto the scene. His electoral college path would have been different from Rubio’s, but he would have won.

    – I think John Kasich is a sanctimonious phony who tried to cast himself as some sort of bleeding heart. That was never who he was as a Congressman, though. He was a mercurial jerk. Still, he would’ve smacked Clinton around and won easily.

    – In 2012, I thought Mitt Romney was a good man with mediocre political skills and was the wrong person to take on Obama. In 2016, he still would’ve have beaten Clinton because she was rotten candidate and he would have been “not her”.

    – As for Chris Christie, he missed his chance in 2012. I believe he was the perfect person to take on Obama and I think he’d have won. He was new to the scene and he has great political skills. He claimed he wasn’t ready though and then got caught in the bridge scandal that torpedoed his chances before they ever began in 2016.

  440. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    June 24, 2017 at 7:47 pm

    He has nothing left in his so called mind but bile and spite.

    – Whereas that’s all you’ve ever had to offer.

  441. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan gives credit to Trump’s tweets in mobilizing his base:

    ‘“It’s Trump four and us zero,” says the Democratic congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio. “I don’t want to admit that. When it comes out of my mouth, it bothers me. But Trump does robo calls. He tweets. He talks about the races. He motivates his base, and he moves the needle, and that’s a problem for us.’

  442. Trump says:

    Retard Robbie makes assertions that are unprovable.

    And in most cases, already proven to be nonsense.

    Cognitive dissonance at its finest.

    Behold a deranged loon.

  443. Trump says:

    The deranged loon thinks that proven losers would have beaten Clinton.

    Can’t get more detached from reality.

  444. Mr.Vito says:

    “Mr. Vito

    Piss off.”

    This is pretty much all you have to offer. Why not just start here instead of empty paragraph after paragraph? Trump makes more salient and germane points in 15 words than you do in 15 pages.

  445. Phil says:

    “I think Kasich is a sanctimonious phony”

    Something I agree with Robbie 100 percent on. Also agree with his analysis of the contrast between Rubio and Clinton. A matchup that would have indeed brought out the staleness of Hillary Clinton. Disastrous matchup for Dems.

  446. Trump says:

    Just because you say x would have beaten Clinton doesn’t make it so, retard Robbie.

    Only shows that, as usual, you have no clue about real life.

    As should be clear by your insane sucking of the Jeb disaster.

  447. Trump says:

    Rubio could not withstand 15 seconds of contact with Christie.

  448. Trump says:

    15 seconds is all it took to finish Rubio’s bid.

  449. Trump says:

    Blue collar workers who flocked to Trump are not the ones enamored by Rubio’s young looks.

    People voted for trump based on his message on jobs and economy. Both in the primaries and the general. Not on his charming personality.

    Rubio never created one job.

    Here’s why trump dominated both the primaries and the general.

    He talked jobs, everyone else talked Trump.

  450. Robbie says:

    I like how soccer guru thinks I’m going to engage him after he’s spent the last year calling me a retard who wants to perform oral sex acts on Jeb Bush.

  451. Mr.Vito says:

    You don’t engage anyone anyway. You just talk and talk and talk and call people names in between.

  452. Trump says:

    I don’t expect you to engage, retard.

    You have nothing to engage with.

    And I am not wrong.

  453. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    479 “Here’s why trump dominated both the primaries and the general. He talked jobs, everyone else talked Trump.”

    Have to say I agree with this statement.

  454. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 24, 2017 at 8:15 pm
    You don’t engage anyone anyway. You just talk and talk and talk and call people names in between.

    – Kinda like when you called me a moron last week? It’s what happens here and you’ve engaged it as well.

    My best advice to you would be to simply ignore me otherwise you’re going to spend the next three and a half years upset with my view of Donald Trump.

    Feel free to spend more time playing with your sock puppet.

  455. Trump says:

    Nobody is bothered by your trump derangement, retard.

    It makes it easy to mock, ridicule and insult you. Which you richly deserve.

  456. Robbie says:

    SanDiegoCitzen says:
    June 24, 2017 at 8:17 pm
    479 “Here’s why trump dominated both the primaries and the general. He talked jobs, everyone else talked Trump.”
    Have to say I agree with this statement.

    – Yeah, it didn’t have anything to do with the cable news outlets carrying his rallies live from beginning to end all throughout the primary and general or the estimated $5 billion dollars in free media coverage he got from the news channels either.

    https://www.thestreet.com/story/13896916/1/donald-trump-rode-5-billion-in-free-media-to-the-white-house.html

  457. Trump says:

    Folks just find it amazing that you are so deranged. Pretty unique, to say the least.

  458. Hugh says:

    Robbie. 80% of it was negative. What bs.

  459. Trump says:

    He got $5 b in free media because morons like you had nothing else to say but “Trump!”

    It’s not like you had any message.

  460. Tina says:

    http://nypost.com/2017/06/24/inside-the-shadowy-intelligence-firm-behind-the-trump-dossier/amp/

    Fusion is stalling the investigation. Information suggests that they may be tied to the Russians. They came up with the fake trump dossier. There are rumours that comedy paid fir this dossier, believing that it was true.

    The comoany may have connections to her thughness.

  461. Tina says:

    Oh olease, hilkary was the largest benefeciary of free press.

  462. Trump says:

    Test

  463. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    June 24, 2017 at 8:00 pm
    “I think Kasich is a sanctimonious phony”
    Something I agree with Robbie 100 percent on. Also agree with his analysis of the contrast between Rubio and Clinton. A matchup that would have indeed brought out the staleness of Hillary Clinton. Disastrous matchup for Dems.

    – Rubio’s odd collapse at the hands of Christie in the NH debate cost him the nomination and the presidency. He was on his way to a second place finish in NH (maybe even a photo finish) and that would have put an end to Jeb, Kasich, Christie, and maybe even Cruz. It would have effectively become a two-man race and the establishment would have flocked to him. I think he’d have likely won the nomination. Instead, he fell to fifth in NH.

  464. Mr.Vito says:

    “Kinda like when you called me a moron last week?”

    I don’t recall calling anyone a moron since Mike well over a year ago. Prove it. I’d like to recall what you did to deserve it and have a good laugh.

    Anyway, no… not kinda like that.

    I said you talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk, talk. Make a valid point for once that isn’t recycled from two years ago. You can’t even stand behind your own bravado… you just start changing the subject or calling people loons.

    “My best advice to you would be to simply ignore me otherwise you’re going to spend the next three and a half years upset with my view of Donald Trump.”

    Why should I ignore you? You are the biggest blowhard on here since Corey and MD left. I come here to have a chat with friends… what’s you’re reason? You are less popular than Bunu.

    “Feel free to spend more time playing with your sock puppet.”

    I play with you until I get bored.

  465. Robbie says:

    Hugh says:
    June 24, 2017 at 8:28 pm
    Robbie. 80% of it was negative. What bs.

    – In “Art of the Deal”, Trump wrote this about good publicity and bad publicity.

    “I learned a lot from that experience: good publicity is preferable to bad, but from a bottom-line perspective, bad publicity is sometimes better than no publicity at all. Controversy, in short, sells.”

  466. Tina says:

    Psycho babble.

  467. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 24, 2017 at 8:33 pm
    I don’t recall calling anyone a moron since Mike well over a year ago. Prove it.

    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, find a new hobby.

  468. Tina says:

    Fox News @FoxNews
    .@TGowdySC slams Dems over ‘reckless, baseless allegations’ about #Trump and Russia

    First time, gowdy has stated that the colkusiin is baseless.

    I am glad that all rs are standing up and fighting back. The drats are loons.

  469. Mr.Vito says:

    497 Awesome. Yeah, you couldn’t follow simple logic that day either and kept making up things that weren’t said.

    Definitely deserved. Mike was never that bad.

  470. Tina says:

    Can somebody explain why medusa and jed johnson are not even on the same page? Why woukd meduca call johnson a liar!

  471. Mr.Vito says:

    Well, that’s a bit of an exaggeration… Mike was just as bad.

  472. Cash Cow TM says:

    Mrs. Walt dragged Walt to go walk on the C&O Canal near Shepherdstown, WV.

    He said they were having some kind of shindig/festival in The People’s Republic of Shepherdstown as they drove through. Access to Main Street was blocked off. He said they were probably offering some virgin sacrifices to the summer moon goddess or something.

    If WVally stops by here you all an ask her….

  473. Mr.Vito says:

    But Mike can be humble and funny other times… qualities Robbie lacks.

  474. Tina says:

    John Cardillo @johncardillo
    ·
    9h

    Trump bluffing Comey on tapes is actually a legal and sound LE tactic. Trickery is taught in the academy and works really well.

    Yup, an effective tactic.

  475. Mr.Vito says:

    Trump ‘intimidated’ the witness into telling the truth.

  476. Mr.Vito says:

    The truth he swore to tell anyway.

  477. Bitterlaw says:

    D

    Mr. Vito – I felt ill voting for Trump. I damaged friendships over it. He embarrasses me almost every day. However, the thought of Hillary packing SCOTUS made the decision bearable. I don’t regret it.

  478. Tina says:

    Comedy can be untruthful, he has lied to congress. Failed to mention the surveillance uh wiretapping to congress, as required by law. Kept it a secret.

  479. Bitterlaw says:

    My wife and daughter are going to the beach tomorrow. I can watch Birth of a Nation (new one) and Free State of Jackson.

  480. Mr.Vito says:

    I hear ya, Mr. Bitter. I knew what I was getting when I ended up voting for him… I don’t expect him to change. The world hasn’t ended, and there is a lot to smile about, so no reason for me to regret it.

  481. Mr.Vito says:

    512 Schumer should be censured.

  482. Tina says:

    Vito, pretty sure he also called out schiff for brains.

  483. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    505. “Trump ‘intimidated’ the witness into telling the truth.”

    They Russians did it. They also released Hillary’s true E-mails. Such devious tactics, using truth as a weapon. Taking advantage of Hillary’s vulnerabilities.

  484. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    486. – “Yeah, it didn’t have anything to do with the cable news outlets carrying his rallies live from beginning to end all throughout the primary and general or the estimated $5 billion dollars in free media coverage he got from the news channels either.”

    But Robbie, I thought you said that Trump was his own worst enemy because of what he said, and his tweeting? Shouldn’t watching his rallies have turned people off from him?

    They turned me off, I did not vote for him. But apparently you think they got him elected.

  485. Albert Hodges says:

    Trump is the ONLY one who could have won this election. For 2 primary reasons:

    1)Remember it doesn’t MATTER what the popular vote is. ANY GOPer would have gotten 45% against Clinton. It took Trump’s America First ECONOMIC MESSAGE to win Wisconsin, Michigan and Penn. What other GOPer had that?

    2)Trump was the ONLY one who had the INTENSITY necessary among his supporters to beat the GOP. NONE of the other Republicans could have withstood the Globalist/MSM/Clinton onslaught that Trump did.

    I know some of you are still butthurt over the election. GET OVER IT! Think about what he has already done for the country and conservatism. Gorsuch and maintaining the GOP majorities in the November and special elections.

    Debate, whine, whatever you want to because he isn’t a doctrinaire conservative. Such a candidate would not have won.

    Trump has ALREADY done more than any President for unborn babies since Reagan. And if he gives us even 1 more prolife SCOTUS justice, he will go down as the best friend that churches and the prolife movement has ever had.

    MAKING AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!

  486. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    477. “Rubio could not withstand 15 seconds of contact with Christie.”

    Can anyone? Getting smothered is no fun.

  487. lisab says:

    rubio by himself would have been a tough sell

    not a governor, so no real experience

    too soft spoken most of the time to really hurt hillary in a debate

    not an everyman like kasich would have been, rubio is just not a workingman type

    he would have gotten florida, but had no chance at pa, mi, wi, or mn

    he would have had to win va, that would have been tough

  488. lisab says:

    Donald J. Trump?Verified account
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    I cannot imagine that these very fine Republican Senators would allow the American people to suffer a broken ObamaCare any longer!

  489. lisab says:

    Trump breaks with tradition, forgoes Ramadan dinner

  490. lisab says:

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    What the hell did you just say?!!!!Are you kidding me @HillaryClinton ?!! Did you already forget that you left us to die?Then lied about it?Kris Paronto added,

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    Forget death panels. If Republicans pass this bill, they’re the death party. https://twitter.com/topherspiro/status/877967631734538242

  491. MichiganGuy says:

    One of the worst rulings from the Supreme Court in the history of the nation!!!

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/06/24/murr-v-wisconsin-scotus-deals-another-blow-fifth-amendment/

    This is exactly why I wasn’t a “never trumper”. We need to replace these liberal pro big government Judges!

  492. PresidentPaul! says:

    #520

    Ya not sure if banging Mika would be really worth it if you had to make that video.

  493. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1498363523080.jpg

    Zuckerberg is trying to blend in as a human during his presidential campaign in Iowa.

    Meet your alien overlord.

  494. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1498390659900.jpg

    Scarborough twitter

  495. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1498396878600.jpg

    Robbie-Trump says build the wall. Disagree?

  496. Cash Cow TM says:

    Big City News…

    DRUDGE
    “Noisy cities disrupt heartbeat, could trigger disease…”

  497. Robbie says:

    PresidentPaul! says:
    June 25, 2017 at 9:34 am
    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1498396878600.jpg
    Robbie-Trump says build the wall. Disagree?

    – I don’t care. Immigration has never been a high priority for me. Build the wall. Don’t build the wall.

  498. Robbie says:

    If Anthony Kennedy retires at some point soon, here are my top three choices to replace him.

    1. Raymond Kethledge (6th circuit)
    2. Paul Clement (former solicitor general for GWB)
    3. Miguel Estrada

    Other names that will probably be mentioned by the press are Tom Hardiman who was the runner-up to Gorsuch. I would steer clear of him. I think he’s another Souter/Kennedy.

    Bret Kavanaugh will also get some play in the press. He’s an appeals court judge in the DC circuit and the NYT reported earlier this year he and Kethledge would be the top two choices to replace Kennedy. Both he and Kethledge are former Kennedy clerks.

    If Trump was looking for state court judges or very young judges, David Strass and Alison Eid would be interesting choices. Both were clerks for Thomas and both are in their early 40’s. They could spend 40 years stymieing liberals.

  499. PresidentPaul! says:

    ah ok. Why do you dislike Trump again?

  500. Trump says:

    Because Jeb. And native stupidity.

  501. PresidentPaul! says:

    Joe Scarborough lost the hand to Mika with his anti-Trump videos he’s making, but Jeb lost it even more to his wife Columba.

    Jeb didn’t even vote republican this election.

  502. PresidentPaul! says:

    Columba whipped Jeb into voting for Hillary.

    Don’t marry crazy people.

  503. Tina says:

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/06/24/crowdstrike-five-things-everyone-is-ignoring-about-the-russia-dnc-story/

    Excellent article imto crowdstrike, their ties to the drats, and their connections to the russians. Crowdstirike determined that hikkary and podesta were hacked by russians.

  504. janz says:

    Those were great articles you posted Tina -Crowdstrike as well as the McCarthry one!

  505. Tina says:

    Thanks, janz. The articles are getting better. I still recommend staying away from the wo, slimes articles on muh russian.

  506. Redmen4ever says:

    Raymond Kethledge and Bill Pryor – both were on Trump’s original list of 10; Kethledge is an appellant-level judge, and Pryor a former Solicitor General. Pryor resides in DC.

    Bret Kavanaugh – while not on either of Trump’s lists, he has been mentioned. He is thoroughly familiar with the grifters from Arkansas having been a senior member of Ken Starr’s team. He’s on the DC Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Miguel Estrada, if he is willing to accept the nomination, should be re-nominated for the DC Circuit when a vacancy opens up (there currently is none). I doubt he would be directly appointed to the Supreme Court for lack of a paper trail. He wasn’t on either of Trump’s lists. His original nomination for the DC Circuit was killed by a filibuster.

    Trump has said he will continue to work off his lists, but he’s didn’t commit himself to the lists beyond his first nomination.

  507. janz says:

    The Russian/Trump collusion meme looks more and more like a Swiss cheese fabrication, that’s for sure. And, the reputations of Clapper, Brennan, and Comey are increasingly suspect because of all the misinformation they’ve given on various allegations involving Trump and his administration.

  508. Tina says:

    Estrada has indicated no.

    It is pryor or bust.

  509. Tina says:

    Key paragraphs.

    The Senate Judiciary Committee is also investigating whether the FBI has wrongly relied on the anti-Trump dossier and its author, Christopher Steele — the old spy who was hired by Fusion GPS to build a Russia file on Trump — to aid its ongoing espionage investigation into the Trump campaign and its possible ties to Moscow.

    The FBI received a copy of the Democrat-funded dossier in August, during the heat of the campaign, and is said to have contracted in October to pay Steele $50,000 to help corroborate the dirt on Trump — a relationship that “raises substantial questions about the independence” of the bureau in investigating Trump, warned Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa.

    Senate investigators are demanding to see records of communications between Fusion GPS and the FBI and the Justice Department, including any contacts with former Attorney General Loretta Lynch, now under congressional investigation for possibly obstructing the Hillary Clinton email probe, and deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe, who is under investigation by the Senate and the Justice inspector general for failing to recuse himself despite financial and political connections to the Clinton campaign through his Democrat activist wife. Senate investigators have singled out McCabe as the FBI official who negotiated with Steele.

  510. Tina says:

    Now drudge is headlining the ny post article on the drats, fbi collusion. .

  511. Tina says:

    Reports out there suggest that mcamnesty is livid about the ny post article on the fake dossier. He is uoset with sen grassley for going there.

    It appears that mcamnesty was responsible for turning over the fake dossier. It was in ine of the local arizona articles months ago.

  512. Tina says:

    If one was to connect the dots, the dossier resulted in comedy wiretapping the president. He was required to disclose congress and failed to do so. If true, further evidence as to why comedy, who was clearly incompetent, shoukd have been fired.

  513. Tina says:

    A circa reporter has indicated that the dossier scandal will take down mccabe soon.

  514. janz says:

    Tina, I read the NYP article earlier this morning. IMO, it’s devastating for the intelligence departments, indicating they appear not to be seeking the truth, but rather trying to frame up the narrative they support. I aoso certainly understand McCain’s chagrin, as his name was tied to the fictional dossier – being a currier for it – at the get go.

  515. janz says:

    Tina, maybe that’s the genesis of McCain’s strange and angry behavior lately – feeling the stain of his collusion with the Dems seeking up on him making him sweat more.

  516. walt says:

    Son and I (and Cash Cow) at Washington Nationals game against Cincy Reds.

    Reds score 5 and bat around in top of first.

    Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.

  517. jason says:

    Wobbie’s M.O. against Trump is exactly the same he used against Romney.

    Same MSM fake news regurgitation, same focus on the the little trees instead of the forest, same sanctimonious BS.

    Against Romney, it was the dog on the car, the horse, the Caddies, the fake Bain Capital stories, the elevator. Obama? No problem.

    Now its the tweets, the divorce in the 80’s, all the fake MSM Russia and “meddling” BS. The big picture? Nada.

    A small minded pathetic loser doesn’t change his spots.

  518. walt says:

    Natioals down 5 to 0 in first.
    Now 6 to 0.

    Nats clubbed the Reds yesterday
    18-3.

    I want my money back.

  519. Wes says:

    I haven’t been around enough lately to know if this was posted, but California has shelved sinhle payer for now. I would have though this Holy Grail of the Left would have been enacted by noon tomorrow at the latest:

    http://www.latimes.com/politics/la-pol-sac-single-payer-shelved-20170623-story.html

  520. BRENT says:

    24% rep vs 32% dem and 37% indy vote hmm,i can see northam up about only 3% currently once bias is taken out of the q poll

  521. BRENT says:

    q has been one of the most inaccurate pollster around since 2016,almost all of their polls on trump are +10-+13 or more d

  522. jason says:

    After looking at the map Trump vs. Hillary, I changed my views on who could have won the election.

    First, no other R could have won the way Trump did, I think only he could have carried PA, MI, and WI.

    Rubio could have won taking a different, more narrow path flipping FL, NC, IA, OH, CO and NV. With a chance at NH.

    Cruz? Don’t make me laugh. His map would be McCain + Indiana.

    Kasich? Romney + Ohio + maybe NH + maybe CO. Outside chance at FL and NC. Closer than Romney but probably not enough.

    Rubio called overrated by a guy who supported Jeb?

    Hint: the guy with all the money, endorsements and organization who got 4 delegates was the most overrated.

  523. jason says:

    Correction:

    Kasich Romney + Ohio. Outside chance at FL.

  524. jason says:

    The McCain dossier collusion story is as fake as the Trump Russian collusion story.

    The only people who could have “taken down” McCain were his constituents in AZ who seem to think he is representing them just fine.

  525. BRENT says:

    robbie,marco rubio and ted cruz would never have been able to win wisconsin,iowa,mich or pennsyvania …trump was able to win the rural white vote by huge margins,cruz and rubio would never have been able to do that …period !!!

  526. Wes says:

    Brent, in November of last year, Rubio ran better thsn Trump in all Florida counties but three. He clearly attracted at least the overwhelming majority of Trump voters plus voters Trump couldn’t reach.

    Trump had a coalition of voters that worked for him. That doesn’t mean other Republicans wouldn’t have won.

    It really doesn’t matter now because Trump did win. Assuming his was the only viable electoral coalition against Hillary Clinton is pure sophistry though.

  527. Wes says:

    So far Trump’s coalition has largely held in the special elections this year.

    Its real initial test comes in the VA-Gov race in November. Ed Gillespie nearly beat Mark Warner three years ago by making appeals to the same kinds of voters Trump appealed to nationally last year. If Gillespie can beat Northam–I have Gillespie as the underdog but believe he can overcome Northam–then Trump’s coalition will likely be both sustainable and expandable between now and 2020.

  528. Wes says:

    As far as Ted Cruz, he’s an unlikable jerk who wins only because he’s a Republican in Texas. He would have had less appeal than Trump nationwide in November, though given how poorly Hillary closed because of her assumption of victory, I’m not at all certain Cruz couldn’t have eked out a victory against her.

  529. janz says:

    Single payer failed because the cost of it was projected to be double for the entire budget of the state of CA. What the dem-empowered legislation did, though, was to take first steps and float trial balloons on something their low information, socially progressive constituencies magically want – free healthcare for all.

    Another trial balloon released lately in CA has been state-wide rent control. A measure in Santa Rosa was recently narrowly defeated. But, this too is, nevertheless, on the dem-controlled state’s to-do list for the near future.

  530. janz says:

    Howitzers have been photographed in the field sporting Trump’s cryptic tweeted word, “covfefe.” This is seen as only one sign, of many, how the militaty’s moral has been lifted under this presidency – soldiers who delight putting a signature typo of the commander in chief on their weapons.

  531. lisab says:

    so according to robbie,

    rubio
    cruz
    kasich
    and
    romney

    would have all defeated clinton by wide margins

    not on his list? the one candidate he told everyone to support

    JeB !

  532. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason – The good news is that the DNA test came back. You are not the father of the black llama. The bad news is that Amos Stultzfuss is the father. Your llama is cheating on you.

  533. Bitterlaw says:

    I spent the afternoon planting flowers. I feel guilty. I will kill them in about a month like I do every year. Charlie Brown will kick a football before I keep plants alive for the entire summer.

  534. Robbie says:

    lisab

    Why in the world would I want to go down the Jeb rabbit hole with a group of people who think he’s a closet Marxist?

  535. Trump says:

    Saying any other candidate but Trump would have beaten Hillary is nothing but sophistry.

    Unprovable.

    And just mental masturbation to make yourself feel good.

  536. Trump says:

    Thus coming from the same group of morons who said Trump would never be president.

  537. Bitterlaw says:

    Breaking News – JEB! has cleared the field for 2020. No Republican has announced q run for the White House.*

    *Only NYC thinks that Trump is a Republican.

  538. Robbie says:

    Now Jason’s after me because I had the audacity to say Trump’s personal life (which Trump gladly and eagerly discussed with the NYC tabloids) played a role in my decision not to support his candidacy. God forbid my Catholic beliefs would guide my decision making.

    That said watching Jason’s conversion from #neverTrump to whatever he is now has been interesting.

  539. Trump says:

    Not sure what Trump has to do with the Gillespie race in 2017.

    In 2016, trump ran a 270-to-win national campaign against Clinton, with va as 1 of 50 states as possible path to winning.

    Gillespie has to run a one state campaign to win a plurality of votes against a different demoncrat.

    Two different races, different issues, different dynamics, different allocation of resources.

  540. lisab says:

    God forbid my Catholic beliefs would guide my decision making.
    —————————

    right, because hillary is pro-life

  541. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    June 25, 2017 at 6:15 pm
    God forbid my Catholic beliefs would guide my decision making.
    —————————
    right, because hillary is pro-life

    – I didn’t vote for her either, but thanks for playing.

  542. Trump says:

    Robbie’s catholic beliefs drive his hate and bile.

  543. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    June 25, 2017 at 6:17 pm
    Robbie’s catholic beliefs drive his hate and bile.

    – Whereas your lack of beliefs and convictions drive your hate and bile. But by all means, continue to call me a retard or suggest I want to perform oral sex on Jeb.

  544. Trump says:

    I tell the truth and that triggers you.

    What’s not to like, retard?

  545. Trump says:

    When did you stop sucking Jeb, by the way?

  546. jason says:

    hat said watching Jason’s conversion from #neverTrump to whatever he is now has been interesting”

    Glad you think so. I don’t see the purpose of being nevertrump after he won. Now that he is President, I have a different set of parameters to judge him by, namely his policies and decisions and agenda and what it means for the country.

    Obviously you think nevertrump still accomplishes something. But then, you are a pathetic moron still stuck on Jeb Bush.

  547. jason says:

    God forbid my Catholic beliefs would guide my decision making.”

    LOL

    Your “decision making” is to parrot the MSM. You are too stupid to realize they are no friends of the Catholic church.

  548. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    558. “but California has shelved single payer for now. I would have though this Holy Grail of the Left would have been enacted by noon tomorrow at the latest:”

    The single payer system would have cost about $400 billion. Add that to California’s about $400 billion pension deficit, and other debts — your talking in the range of a $1 trillion dollar debt. That is enough to scare even Democrats, especially with what is happening in Illinois.

  549. jason says:

    ason – The good news is that the DNA test came back. You are not the father of the black llama. The bad news is that Amos Stultzfuss is the father. Your llama is cheating on you.”

    Amos fathered a black llama? The plot thickens.

  550. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    566. “So far Trump’s coalition has largely held in the special elections this year. Its real initial test comes in the VA-Gov race in November.. . I have Gillespie as the underdog but believe he can overcome Northam–then Trump’s coalition will likely be both sustainable and expandable between now and 2020.

    Trump lost Virginia. Why would a Gillespie loss reflect a question of the sustainability of Trump’s coalition? Would expect a loss. Agree that if Gillespie wins Trump’s coalition would appear to be expanding.

  551. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 25, 2017 at 6:56 pm
    God forbid my Catholic beliefs would guide my decision making.”
    LOL
    Your “decision making” is to parrot the MSM. You are too stupid to realize they are no friends of the Catholic church.

    – So now you’re accusing me of lying about the role my Catholic faith played in my decision making process. That’s next level HHR.

  552. BRENT says:

    wes marco won more counties because he is from florida but that would never have transferred to wisc,ia,pa or michigan,that coalition was rural whites,working class whites,i think marco would have won oh,maybe nh but no way does he win nevada (reid machine)or colorado …either way i only see trump winning vs hillary

  553. jason says:

    You lie about everything else, so why would this be different.

    Yeah, I bet your blind MSM fueled anti-Trump diatribes have nothing to do with your “Catholic faith”.

    Try that horsecrap elsewhere, not here.

  554. jason says:

    nh but no way does he win nevada (reid machine)or colorado ”

    Rubio would have done better than Trump in NV and CO which have significant Hispanic populations he could have appealed to. And since Trump didn’t lose by much in either state Rubio maybe could have won them.

    Also he would have won FL, OH and IA. Close in NC.

    I think he would have lost PA, WI and MI.

    A narrower path than Trump but feasible. But we will never know.

  555. jason says:

    Breaking news:

    Wobbie regurgitates all the MSM hit pieces here against Trump as if they were gospel because he is Catholic.

    I want to nominate this for biggest whopper of the month and strong contender for biggest whopper of the year.

  556. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 25, 2017 at 7:19 pm
    You lie about everything else, so why would this be different.
    Yeah, I bet your blind MSM fueled anti-Trump diatribes have nothing to do with your “Catholic faith”.
    Try that horsecrap elsewhere, not here.

    – When I am home and not working, I attend Mass every week in the traditional Latin form. I also pray the Rosary regularly and go to Confession as well. When I’m on the road, I do my best to find a place to attend Mass as well even though papal dispensation has been given to those traveling.

    But by all means, you clearly know more about my personal life than I do and this all garbage.

  557. lisab says:

    but jason,

    for the last ten years robbie has talked endlessly about how his catholic faith has guided his vote …

    ummmmmmmm … ok … just today …

    and his catholic faith had him not choose the one candidate who has expressed any pro-life leanings at all

    why are you skeptical?

  558. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 25, 2017 at 7:25 pm
    Breaking news:
    Wobbie regurgitates all the MSM hit pieces here against Trump as if they were gospel because he is Catholic.
    I want to nominate this for biggest whopper of the month and strong contender for biggest whopper of the year.

    – Your ability to distort reality to fit your own viewpoint is really something. I said my Catholic faith played a key role in my evaluation of Trump and whether I would vote for him. And now, you mock me for that.

    But because you do little more than distort those things with which you disagree, you claim I’m using my Catholic faith as cover to agree with everything written about Trump. If that was the case, why have I consistently written here that the Russia collusion story was garbage?

  559. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    587. By the way, do not believe there was any expectation of the single payer bill ever passing in California. One of the two sponsors is the state senator from my district. She was a former speaker of the California Assembly, who has political ambitions to be mayor of San Diego, and then move higher. Sponsoring that type of bill will help her ambitions as Democrat politicians in California now are tacking left.

    By the way, she was born in Wythe County, Virginia. I know her, and can say she is not a wild leftist. Her partner is a major housing developer in San Diego, and often the beneficiary of government funding, which often results in claims of conflict of interest.

    Despite all left-wing rhetoric, California is run by very wealthy cabals of tech industry and real estate interests, who have learned to chirp left-wing ideas for their financial benefit.

  560. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    June 25, 2017 at 7:33 pm
    but jason,
    for the last ten years robbie has talked endlessly about how his catholic faith has guided his vote …
    ummmmmmmm … ok … just today …
    and his catholic faith had him not choose the one candidate who has expressed any pro-life leanings at all
    why are you skeptical?

    – In what world are you living? Bitterlaw and I have gone back and forth over the years about Catholicism. If he’s around, he’ll vouch for that. So will NYCMike. We have debated Pope Francis and Pope Benedict often.

  561. Phil says:

    NO NO NO!!

    Pass the single payer bill, California. You can do it! It’s the right thing to do for all those deserving illegals who have busted into and will continue to move into California.

    BTW, speaking of dumbass lefty California. My Aggies have a home football game scheduled at Kyle Field against Fresno State in 2020 – a game that with the usual 106,000 sellout was destined to net Fresno quite a nice payday. Well, forget it. Under California’s new brilliant “punish the racist, anti gay states policy (Texas just added to their attorney generals boycott list) Fresno State won’t be able to make it. Their coaching and training staff is paid partially out of state funds and cannot conduct business in our backwards state. That will go for any games scheduled against others on their seven state list by teams like UCLA, Cal, and San Diego State etc. Private schools like USC and Stanford are exempt for now I believe.

    Way to isolate yourselves boys and shoot yourselves in the foot. THAT’S SHOWING US! Guess we will have to find another school to replace Fresno State from the other 49 sane states. California, baby!

  562. Bitterlaw says:

    Once you go black llama, you never go back, mama.

  563. Tina says:

    Ca is already in deficit. It cannot continue so glad that they shelved single oayer for now.

    Brown has soent like a drunken sailor on illegals and the high speed rail.

  564. Tina says:

    Grabien @GrabienMedia
    VIDEO – George Will: If Obama Had Taken Action on Russia, Trump ‘Wouldn’t Be President’

    Lol, he needs to retire. No brilliant idea in 20 years.

  565. Tina says:

    Is this true- Chuck Todd asks Bernie Sanders ZERO questions about his FBI investigation?

  566. Robbie says:

    Today was the third Sunday after Pentecost according to the 1962 missal promulgated by Saint John XXIII and we had a beautiful High Mass at my parish which featured the priest, a transitional deacon, and ten altar boys, but according to Jason my claim to be a devout Catholic who attends Mass weekly, prays the Rosary, and goes to Confession is, as he noted in 592, a lie.

  567. Tina says:

    Rep. Steven Smith @RepStevenSmith
    Could anyone be sadder than Sanders? He sells out to Hillary, gets a sports car and a 3rd house, and then the deep state STILL hits him.

    Sell out? Rolled over to hillary completely. Weaker than jeb whomwas weak to begin with.

  568. Phil says:

    Yes they can, Tina. It’s the Venezuela of North America. People’s Republic of California. You know what the Marxists who run your state plus the sheeple who follow them are capable of. You no doubt see it on an every day basis. There are no limits with these moonbats.

  569. Phil says:

    George Will – just another Washington elite happy to be on the Georgetown dinner parties list.

  570. Robbie says:

    At the Koch Brothers conference today, HFC leader Mark Meadows said tax reform is unlikely to be revenue neutral. That’s fine, but it also means tax reform will sunset 10 years after it is enacted. The same thing happened with the Bush 2001 tax cuts.

  571. Phil says:

    Taxes need to be addressed by the Republican congress before the 2018 midterms if Republicans want to retain their majorities.

  572. Tina says:

    JohnWickofPolitics @Gingrich_of_PA
    ·
    1h

    Still a meat head after all these years. Once a pinko commie, always a pinko commie @robreiner #WitchHunt
    Rob Reiner @robreiner
    When Fox says that DT colluding with the enemy is not a crime, the fight to save Democracy is now an all out war. US-Stay strong. #Treason

    Lol, from obstruction to collusion to witness intimidation, the witness intimidation is because he fooled comedy into telling the truth. They are loons.

  573. Tina says:

    Phil, agree tax cuts need to be done. Not sure if the ky drunk can multi task.

  574. jason says:

    “CNN is imposing strict new publishing restrictions for online articles involving Russia after the network deleted a story and then issued a retraction late Friday, according to an internal email obtained by BuzzFeed News.

    The email went out at 11:21 a.m. on Saturday from Rich Barbieri, the CNNMoney executive editor, saying “No one should publish any content involving Russia without coming to me and Jason,” a CNN vice president.”

    I wonder if they sent Wobbie an email?

  575. Phil says:

    Damn, I didn’t know Meathead was still alive.

  576. jason says:

    “Wobbie regurgitates all the MSM hit pieces here against Trump as if they were gospel because he is Catholic.”

    “Your ability to distort reality to fit your own viewpoint is really something. I said my Catholic faith played a key role in my evaluation of Trump and whether I would vote for him”

    I love this place….

  577. jason says:

    ‘George Will: If Obama Had Taken Action on Russia, Trump ‘Wouldn’t Be President’

    There we go:

    Obama elected Trump. Who knew?

  578. jason says:

    I guess Wobbie is now going to claim his year long trash talk against Romney was because Romney is a Mormon.

    Just to be consistent of course.

  579. jason says:

    ason my claim to be a devout Catholic who attends Mass weekly, prays the Rosary, and goes to Confession is, as he noted in 592, a lie.”

    No, what I said was your claim that your MSM fueled attacks on Trump are because you are Catholic is complete, unadulterated, genuine horsecrap and candidate for the biggest whopper of the year.

  580. jason says:

    “Jason my claim to be a devout Catholic who attends Mass weekly, prays the Rosary, and goes to Confession is, as he noted in 592, a lie”

    Strong candidate for “moving the goalposts” post of the month.

  581. Tina says:

    I liked all in the family., really funny.

  582. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 25, 2017 at 8:46 pm
    I guess Wobbie is now going to claim his year long trash talk against Romney was because Romney is a Mormon.
    Just to be consistent of course.

    – This is low even for you. Romney is a fine, fine person who has lived his life in an admirable way. I imagine Romney won 100% of the vote in parish, yet your petty nastiness caused you to level a charge of anti-Mormonism against me because I did not feel the same way about the life Trump has lived.

    Maybe I should conclude, based on what you’ve written here tonight that you’re anti-Catholic.. After all, you wrote in 592 that my opposition to Trump on the basis on my faith was lie.

  583. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 25, 2017 at 8:51 pm
    “Jason my claim to be a devout Catholic who attends Mass weekly, prays the Rosary, and goes to Confession is, as he noted in 592, a lie”
    Strong candidate for “moving the goalposts” post of the month.

    – No, it’s not. You claimed my Catholic faith was a lie in 592. I presented you with the lengths to which I go to practice my faith. But of course when presented with information you don’t like, you just level a charge like anti-Mormonism as a deflection.

  584. Tina says:

    Kennedy sc justice

    He typically sides with conservatives on economic matters, gun control and voting rights, but with liberal justices on social issues like gay rights, the death penalty and abortio

    Yes, he wobbles a lot.

  585. Robbie says:

    Jason’s immense dislike for me caused him to pop off and claim I was lying about being a devout Catholic. And to make matters worse for him, it drove him to level an insane charge of anti-Mormonism against me. It’s impossible for him to believe my disagreements with Romney were something other than nefarious or religiously based.

  586. BayernFan says:

    I don’t think Kennedy is retiring. I hope I’m wrong.

  587. Bitterlaw says:

    I’m Catholic. I voted for Trump. Trump is a dirtbag. All three can be true.

  588. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    I’m not Catholic. I did not vote for Trump. Trump is not a dirtbag, scum maybe. All three can be true.

  589. Trump says:

    Trump is the epitome of clean.

    2 years of full press investigation by all the world’s intelligence agencies and the global media hasn’t found a whiff of impropriety.

  590. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    “Trump is the epitome of clean.”

    Where is Obamacon when you need him?

  591. Bitterlaw says:

    Trump is a vile, adulterous scumbag who treats women worse than Wes does. That does not mean he broke the law.

  592. Trump says:

    Says who!

  593. Bitterlaw says:

    SD – Did you not vote for President or did you vote for Hillary?

  594. Bitterlaw says:

    I take Donald Trump at his word that he is a pig. Is Poster Trump going to disagree with Real Trump?

  595. Trump says:

    Fake news

  596. Robbie says:

    BayernFan says:
    June 25, 2017 at 9:16 pm
    I don’t think Kennedy is retiring. I hope I’m wrong.

    – I think there’s a reasonable chance he retires by the end of the week. Of course, because I’m optimistic, that probably is the kiss of death.

  597. Trump says:

    Pigs are fine animals.

  598. lisab says:

    Trump is a vile, adulterous scumbag who treats women worse than Wes does.
    ————————–

    i doubt either is true now.

  599. Trump says:

    You should see “Babe”

  600. lisab says:

    I presented you with the lengths to which I go to practice my faith

    Jason’s immense dislike for me caused him to pop off and claim I was lying about being a devout Catholic.
    ————–

    well you may practice the ceremonies,

    but certainly your behavior towards others on hhr is not consistent with the devout catholics i have known

  601. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    June 25, 2017 at 10:38 pm

    well you may practice the ceremonies,

    but certainly your behavior towards others on hhr is not consistent with the devout catholics i have known

    – That’s why we have Confession, but thanks for assuming I was lying about my religion.

  602. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    633. Bitter, I voted for Evan McMullin.

  603. Trump says:

    You are just hateful and spiteful, Robbie. Innately.

    Your religion is no salvation.

  604. Trump says:

    A jimmy swaggart wannabe.

  605. lisab says:

    but certainly your behavior towards others on hhr is not consistent with the devout catholics i have known

    – That’s why we have Confession,
    ———————————————–

    well according to the catholic church

    “confession” requires “contrition, a clear and decisive rejection of the sin committed, together with a resolution not to commit it again”

  606. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    Looks like a theological rumble is happening, its time to re-establish the Spanish Inquisition

  607. Trump says:

    When one loses an argument, one resorts to bible-thumping.

  608. Trump says:

    Is the brokered convention in the Bible?

  609. Trump says:

    I am told Medicaid expansion is in the bible, but had not heard about the brokered convention.

  610. Bitterlaw says:

    Lisab left the Church. Now she can lecture those who stayed. Zzzzzzzzzzz.

  611. lisab says:

    i have never left any church of any denomination

    however, my understanding of “confession” is that you cannot for example hit someone. then confess, then hit the person again, then confess, then hit the person again, then confess etc.

    that would not be consistent with someone who is a “devout catholic”

    of course, neither would calling yourself a “devout catholic” 🙂

  612. Wes says:

    We’ve found Bitter’s choice for President in 2020 or 2024:

    Marshawn Lynch was arrested for DUI.

  613. Bitterlaw says:

    Maybe, Wes. I can’t be sued if I vote for somebody and they get in an accident while drunk in office. I can only be sued if I hire somebody and they then get in an accident in the course and scope of their employment. I really feel sorry for you that you could never understand the difference.

  614. NYCmike says:

    YES, Robbie is a Catholic.

    YES, this statement was funny – “Is the brokered convention in the Bible?”

    YES, “Mike can be humble and funny” will be accepted as a compliment, the other written statements by Mr. Vito will be ignored.

    🙂

  615. NYCmike says:

    “I don’t recall calling anyone a moron since Mike well over a year ago.”

    -I do not recall seeing this (mighty convenient, don’t you think!?!? (**wink**)

    G(ood)F(or)Y(ou)!

  616. Wes says:

    Oh, I understand the difference, all right, Bitter:

    You don’t mind having a head of state willing to endanger people’s lives by boozing and joyriding. {Yes, GWB drove while President despite your feeble, hypocritical attempt to tell me otherwise.) You just think by expressing faux outrage when people unlikely to run for President do it and pretending to be in a position to deny people jobs, you somehow give your hypocritical soul a catharsis. The attempt is both unconvincing and pathetic.

  617. NYCmike says:

    Mike: My Lord, is it too much to have Wes stop this ridiculous argument, or do we just allow him to make a fool of himself over and over?

    **still waiting for a sign……but since The Lord has given us a free will, it looks like HE will allow Wes to continue to amuse us.**

  618. Wes says:

    We have FREE WILL, but God will ALLOW us to do something.

    Amazing how we have free will, and God controls us when it’s convenient, no, Mikey?

  619. NYCmike says:

    For MD, Author, “CG”, and Robbie as well:

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/06/25/president-trump-has-now-signed-40-pieces-of-legislation-as-he-moves-to-enact-his-agenda/

    “Fifteen of the 40 signed bills repeal Obama-era regulations. Examples of these regulations include a rule that made it tougher for states to drug test welfare recipients and a regulation that imposed permitting requirements on mining sites. These bills signed by President Trump utilized the Congressional Review Act, which allows Congress to nullify any rule or regulation created in the previous administration’s final six months.”

  620. NYCmike says:

    Wrong, Wes.

    That is how you look at HIS signs, and teachings.

    The word “allow” should not be taken literally, but figuratively. You obviously don’t hear the groans when you continuously make this argument, so I will stop worrying about it at all, thereby “allowing” you to continue acting like a fool.

  621. Barrett says:

    I must admit. I have my reservations about Trump. I think some of his behavior is beneath him. I think some of his ideas have floundered.

    But the one thing I can say about Trump, is that when his hands are tied, he still manages to get things done. He just recently signed an executive order for internships. He lifted EPA restrictions that strangled our productivity. We are now a world leader in oil production. I see that the man really is trying to get America back to work. Unemployment Baltimore County is 3.8%, it’s lowest in over a decade. I was even watching a story about how unemployment in northern colorado is 2.8%, and anyone who wants a job, pretty much has a job. This is progress to me.

    I’ve made so much money is the bolstering stock market. I find it ironic that an independent/libertarian voter like me can find the good a Trump presidency where so-called conservatives like Robby like to propose doomsday scenarios.

    So far in his presidency, Trump gets a C+. He’s above average. There are other good things I could say – like letting Mattis and Tillerson handle a majority of the foreign policy issues (good move), but I don’t want to ramble on.

    If the Democrats decide to run a nutjob like Elizabeth Warren in 2020, Trumps easily got my vote – and probably my money

  622. Bitterlaw says:

    Barrett – How are you doing? My nephew is drinking again. I think he needs an in-treatment program. He says he does not and can handle it. Until he is ready to get help, I just have to hope he does not harm himself or others.

  623. Bitterlaw says:

    Poor Wes. He is an apologists for American slavery and would hire drunks drivers to work for him if he owned a business. He has no soul and no business sense regarding potential liability.

  624. Bitterlaw says:

    If there was evidence that GWB drove drunk as President, Wes would have a better case. There is no evidence so Wes can suck it.

  625. NYCmike says:

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2017/06/25/paper-ballots-hackproof-bring-them-back-glenn-reynoldscolumn/416652001/

    -Instapundit has been pushing paper ballots for as long as I have been reading him.

    Agree with him.

  626. Barrett says:

    Bitter – I’m very sorry to hear that. I am closing in on 8 months – looks like I’m back on track again.

    Your nephew is in my prayers. It is very hard to get back on the wagon when you fall off. I’m not a psychologist, but I can tell you from experience that it’s the guilt and the shame people feel that make it so hard for them to come back into AA. They feel like people will judge them, but I can assure you they wont. They’ll just be happy to see a person there who is getting the help they need.

  627. NYCmike says:

    Barrett,

    Good luck to you, stay strong, and find enjoyment in small things each day!

  628. NYCmike says:

    Bitterlaw,

    I hope your nephew looks for help. It must be so hard to ask for.

  629. jason says:

    Robbie would not have regretted abstaining from Trump even if Hillary made the court 6-3 lib, is the apparent answer to Bunu’s question.

    We know Bitter, DW, I and others would have.

    We know MD, Author, and Corey would not.

    Would jason?”

    I already explained this many times. My opposition to Trump was not issue based even if I disagreed on a lot of issues. I disagreed even more with Ted Cruz but would have voted for him. I didn’t think he was fit for office, and that judgment had nothing to do with Hillary. And I was never persuaded that it’s ok to vote for someone you think is unfit for office because another candidate is also unfit for office.

    I was clear that a Hillary presidency would have been a disaster, and her SCOTUS picks would have long lasting nefarious consequences. I certainly would have regretted the results of the election had she won.

    But I wouldn’t have regretted my vote. Sue me.

    And so far, Trump seems fit for office. Maybe I was wrong. It happens.

  630. jason says:

    I wonder if there will be a whopper today bigger than the one where Wobbie says his opposition to Trump is due to his devout Catholicism.

    That will be hard to beat.

    He tried with “jason is questioning my faith” BS, but that didn’t rise to the occasion.

  631. jason says:

    “jason’s immense dislike for me caused him to pop off and claim I was lying about being a devout Catholic”

    There is only one thread here, it should be easier to find than evidence of collusion by Trump with the Russians.

    Where did I say you were lying about being a devout Catholic?

    I said you were lying by saying you oppose Trump because you are Catholic. A real crock.

  632. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    The MO Religious Liberty Case goes 7-2 with Breyer and Kagan joining the conservatives and Squish Kennedy.

  633. NYCmike says:

    “Perhaps Rudy Giuliani would be willing to accept an appointment as special counsel.”

    -Instapundit wrote this after linking to a couple of stories about investigating Russia ALONG WITH DEMOCRATS.

    I LIKE THIS THOUGHT, and hope there is something to it.

  634. Barrett says:

    #671 – as I noted above, Trump has his advantages.

    We will now be a permanent leader in world energy when it comes to Oil, Natural Gas, and Nuclear power.

    I’d like to see our GDP go up, but I know these things take time.

    Once again, ironic how an independent can see the good in Trump, but a conservative like Robbie cannot.

  635. Bitterlaw says:

    I always respected Jason’s views on Trump even though I disagreed on the issue of whether or not to vote.

    Jason is a thoughtful person and can be quiet and reflective at times. As they say, still A-holes run deep.

  636. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    SCOTUS punts on the “travel ban’ until October. Injunction is stayed “in part”.

  637. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #678
    Add: Can someone please explain what the Court’s action on the travel ban means today?
    ShareDiscussions1Likes6
    Albert Hodges

    It means the ban can be enforced except with respect to the plaintiffs and people who have a “bona fide” relationship with the United States until the court can hear argument on the cases in October.
    Jun 26 2017 10:34 AM

  638. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 26, 2017 at 10:18 am
    I wonder if there will be a whopper today bigger than the one where Wobbie says his opposition to Trump is due to his devout Catholicism.
    That will be hard to beat.
    He tried with “jason is questioning my faith” BS, but that didn’t rise to the occasion.

    – You lie and lie and lie. I said my religious views formed a basis for why I decided not to vote for Trump. It was not the only reason. I also thought Trump was incompetent and unqualified. And as most here know, I stated that repeatedly throughout 205 and 2016.

    None of that changes the fact you asserted I lied when I said my Catholicism played a role in my view on Trump. You clearly stated that in 592. And then you went even further and suggest I opposed Romney because of anti-Mormonism.

  639. Robbie says:

    Jason wondered in 673 where I could get the impression he claimed I was lying about being a devout Catholic. All he need do is re-read his own comments in 592.

    jason says:
    June 25, 2017 at 7:19 pm
    You lie about everything else, so why would this be different.
    Yeah, I bet your blind MSM fueled anti-Trump diatribes have nothing to do with your “Catholic faith”.
    Try that horsecrap elsewhere, not here.

  640. Jonesy says:

    Jason it is very simple. Robbie is a Pro Corporate Globalist, like the Bushie Bunch

  641. Jonesy says:

    If Trump manages to get a second young conservative Judge on SCOTUS soon, then the Never Trump movement is finished

  642. Bitterlaw says:

    SCOTUS could have left the “travel ban” in place until it reached a decision. Letting it go into effect with limitations is a victory for the Trump Administration.

    It looks like a California law on concealed carry restrictions was left in place.

  643. Robbie says:

    Since Jason is in the mood to once again lie about my views, let me state a few things.

    First, I opposed Romney in the primary on political grounds, but I voted for him in the general. I thought he lacked the political skills necessary to beat Obama in 2012, but I never questioned him as a person. In fact, every single thing we’ve ever learned about Romney suggests he’s a fine, fine person.

    On the other hand, I thought, among other things, Trump was unqualified for the job, lacked the temperament for the job, and lacked the competency for the job. On top of that, I also believed his very public (by his own decision) personal life was also a reason not to support him. I don’t like the way he has treated the women in his life.

  644. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 26, 2017 at 10:52 am
    Jason it is very simple. Robbie is a Pro Corporate Globalist, like the Bushie Bunch

    – Globalist – drink.

    I’ve got some bad news for you, Jonesy. While we disagree on a lot, Jason supports free trade just as I do.

  645. Trump says:

    So the SC agrees with Trump.

    Suck it, Jeb Cocsucker. So called lower court judges too.

  646. Trump says:

    As it is proven again and again, trump is never wrong.

  647. Robbie says:

    While it was unlikely Anthony Kennedy would retire from the bench, it’s still a little disappointing. If he hasn’t announced his retirement by the end of the week, it’s a good bet he’s staying on the court.

  648. Trump says:

    Apparently, Trump knows more about the constitution and the law than the over credentialed circuit judges.

  649. NYCmike says:

    “I stated that repeatedly throughout 205 and 2016.”

    -Alert! Alert!

    Walt, it looks like Robbie is trying to move in on your lucrative legacy deals!

  650. Jonesy says:

    I am hoping Kennedy realizes, that if wants to retire with a GOP Prez and Senate, best do it now.

    You never know if a Death or party switch, could change things

  651. NYCmike says:

    Rumors about SC justices – ugghhhh!

    I predict Clarence Thomas will retire before Kennedy, simply because he understands his role better than most of these judges do, and wants to do other things in life.

    We shall see.

  652. Jonesy says:

    I think the state of Hawaii should be forced into taking 100k+ Syrian refugees, put them on Maui.

    the only state that does not have at least one GOP State Senator. You want to be a socialist state, here you go

  653. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 26, 2017 at 11:06 am
    “I stated that repeatedly throughout 205 and 2016.”
    -Alert! Alert!
    Walt, it looks like Robbie is trying to move in on your lucrative legacy deals!

    – Ha! For 1811 years, I have been warning about Trump. It’s because I touched the orb from his Saudi trip.

  654. Jonesy says:

    Mike, Thomas is a solid vote

  655. MichiganGuy says:

    Supreme Court rules a Missouri policy that excluded a church-run preschool from a grant program is unconstitutional https://t.co/ajEPpxX3zE https://t.co/1xu2JcDKWV

  656. Phil says:

    I didn’t think Kennedy was leaving. Maybe he will but he enjoys being the swing vote too much – the ultimate power.

    I know this. Ginsberg will never retire. She will die on the bench and probably live until she is a hundred through sheer ideological will. She will cast liberal votes even during her dying breath. The left never throws in the towel even at death’s door.

  657. Jonesy says:

    Obvious now, that Gorsuch was a a great pick after today’s rulings. He and Thomas voted in lockstep.

    Home Run for Trump

  658. Diamond Jim says:

    DCC

  659. Redmen4ever says:

    Regarding Clarence Thomas: Like Sandra Day O’Conner, he would like to be replaced by a Republican President. I think Trump re-loads, Kentucky-style, three seats. And, who knows, maybe a fourth.

  660. Redmen4ever says:

    Bernie Sanders and wife’s FBI investigation for financial fraud: Lock them up!

  661. NYCmike says:

    Jonesy,

    That is exactly correct!

    I do NOT want him to retire, but he just seems, in his interviews, and in his book, to be a person that does not want the power that he has, and understands his role as a judge. He is great, hope he stays healthy and on the court to a ripe old age, but I think he wants to do other things in life.

    The one hope I have is the fact that they have a lot of time off every year, which may re-charge his batteries to stay on.

  662. NYCmike says:

    “Bernie Sanders and wife’s FBI investigation for financial fraud: Lock them up!”

    -Imagine if him and Hillary are both locked up…..

  663. Jonesy says:

    Mike, I truly think Thomas is still angry about the 1989 confirmation hearing. Biden, Leahy etc.. tried to ruin his family etc… The reason his stays hard right on the Court

  664. Jonesy says:

    704. The reason, Bernie the Red, was able to buy a summer home in Vermont?

  665. Jonesy says:

    Chuck Todd did not ask Sanders one time on the Meet the Left, about the FBI Investigation. A Farce

  666. janz says:

    The Senate members voicing objections to the passage of the R healthcare reform bill is a deja vue performance of the election surrounding Trump.

    In the latter, people had to choose between opting out of voting for the R candidate – essentially contributing to the election of HRC — or voting for a non-conforming, coarsened candidate. However, the outcome of rejecting Trump, throwing the election to HRC, would most probably have cinched a long term rein of social progressive policis for many years to come. But, voting for Trump was a risky, uncomfortable choice, in hopes there would at least be a chance of slowing down the left’s agenda. And, taking such a path meant being subjected to unrelentng incoming criticism from Trump foes, as well as beng cast as “unprincipled.” That was a difficult time….

    The same divide is observed in what individual senators now face, in whether or not to vote for the latest version of healthcare. If the vote falls short, then we are stuck with HRC/Obama’s forced healthcare approaches. If senators, with constituencies bound to Medicaid expansion healthcare, though, risk supporting a plan seen by many as upending Medicaid, they too will be derided and may suffer defeat in the 2018 primaries. That’s another difficult decision to make….

  667. NYCmike says:

    Jonesy,

    If that disgusting hearing is enough motivation for Justice Thomas, then we owe a BIG THANK YOU to Leahy, Biden, etc……also to Kennedy, who due to his earlier murderous actions, was kept hidden out of sight.

  668. Jonesy says:

    Janz, in the end, these renegade Senators will get their Gubmint Cheese. Heller will be allowed to vote no. Johnson will get his visa waivers for dairy farm workers etc…

    Dems did this in 2009. Ben Nelson of Neb was bribed etc….

  669. Jonesy says:

    709. sadly, those same hacks knocked down Bork. who would have been Chief Justice at some point

  670. Robbie says:

    Axios reported this morning the buzz at the Supreme Court is Kennedy will either retire this Summer or next Summer. I’d much prefer it be now because I suspect Clarence Thomas will want to retire in 2019 in order to ensure a republican fills his seat. There’s nothing wrong with retirements in 2018 and 2019, but lots of things can affect the best laid plans.

  671. NYCmike says:

    janz,

    The one thing the Republicans have going for them is that Obamacare may collapse under its own weight, so there are more than two options available, despite what jason claims.

  672. NYCmike says:

    “Janz, in the end, these renegade Senators will get their Gubmint Cheese.”

    -I think it might be better to say some of the Senators who disagree “want to stop selling Gubmint Cheese”.

  673. NYCmike says:

    “709. sadly, those same hacks knocked down Bork. who would have been Chief Justice at some point”

    -Bork should have humbled himself…….it was the visuals that get the public, and he did not understand that.

  674. NYCmike says:

    Cheers.

  675. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 26, 2017 at 11:44 am
    709. sadly, those same hacks knocked down Bork. who would have been Chief Justice at some point

    – No, he wouldn’t have. Rehnquist didn’t retire until 2005 and by that point Bork was already 78. There was no chance GWB would’ve promoted someone that age or that controversial to be Chief Justice. In fact, Bork would have almost certainly retired from the court under GWB’s term.

  676. Robbie says:

    Correction to 217

    Obviously, Rehnquist died in 2005.

  677. Robbie says:

    Correction: 217 should be 717

  678. BayernFan says:

    Trump tweet to Hillary:

    9-0

  679. janz says:

    #713. NYCmike, yes, if the ACA is not addressed now it will only become worse, with less and less medical access for people. However, people usually blindly blame or reward those in power for what happens on their watch – no matter if the policy causing an event was derived from who was in power beforehand.

    Also, if the ACA becomes too bad, the sage prediction is that this will only become a precursor to lowering the threshold for a single payer becoming the replacement plan.

  680. lisab says:

    bitterlaw and barrett,

    Naltrexone

    is a medicine which is found to be really effective in treating alcoholism

    and

    of course can be used in combination with 12 step programs like aa

  681. janz says:

    It’s not until you walk, talk and are able to chew gum, while in the shoes of others, that understanding may be able to beam in on the cerebral cavities of those who think they know it all.

    That was a great read, Greymarch!

  682. Trump says:

    Meanwhile, in the real, non-nevertrumpers world, another installment of “Cruising to Re-election”:

    “BMW adding 1,000 jobs at SCarolina plant…”

  683. lisab says:

    CNN Source: “People Will Be Disciplined” Over Retracted Russia Reporting

  684. lisab says:

    i think 2020 depends a lot on who the dems nominate

    if things continue as they are, trump will have a decent shot at winning, and would probably get 52 – 53% against the 2016 hillary.

    but of course it won’t be that hillary, it will probably be a better candidate than hillary. if the dems can stop themselves from going with warren, i think they can get it to a 50-50 election.

    i just don’t see trump easily winning wi, mi, and pa again. the dems will fight for those states next time around.

  685. Trump says:

    Also,

    Foxconn “is currently considering Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and North Carolina as possible locations” for a huge $10 billion plant investment, Reuters said, citing comments from Chairman Terry Gou after the shareholders meeting ended.

    “In July, we will make a conclusion, ” Gou said.

    Who’s is tired of all this winning?

  686. lisab says:

    Epic Drug Lab Scandal Results in More Than 20,000 Convictions Dropped

    A mass dismissal of wrongful convictions ? perhaps the biggest ever ? unfolded in a Boston courthouse on Tuesday, as prosecutors in seven Massachusetts counties dropped more than 21,000 low-level drug cases tainted by the work of a rogue lab chemist.

  687. lisab says:

    A great white shark population boom is underway off Cape Cod, with as many as 150 expected in local waters this summer — and first responders are training to keep an eye out for the massive predators and deal with their traumatic bites.

    “They have multiplied in numbers exponentially since I became chief,” said Orleans fire Chief Anthony Pike, who has led Orleans Fire and Rescue for the past three years. “Great white sharks comprise about 30 percent of my daily work right now, and I never, ever thought that would be a thing.”

    Massachusetts Marine Fisheries scientist Gregory Skomal and others began studying the regional population of white sharks in 2014, when they counted 68 great whites. Last summer, that number was 147.

  688. Trump says:

    still winning:

    “Black unemployment at lowest level in 17 years.”

    Cruising to re-election.

  689. janz says:

    Lisab,. Trump’s appeal in those states you mentioned will all depend on if he passes policies promised, as well as the economic results of those policies.

  690. janz says:

    Trump says,

    I haven’t heard about any of the news you’ve posted in your last 3 posts.

  691. Trump says:

    733,

    Are you referring to 725, 728 and 731?

  692. Bitterlaw says:

    A great white shark population boom is underway off Cape Cod, with as many as 150 expected in local waters this summer

    You’re going to need a bigger boat.

  693. jason says:

    Tim Tebow promoted ….

    Sports MSM says its because he brings crowds and sells jerseys, not because he is playing that well.

    Wow, baseball is big business…. who knew?

  694. jason says:

    Yeah, I bet your blind MSM fueled anti-Trump diatribes have nothing to do with your “Catholic faith”.”

    This is proof I questioned your Catholic faith?

    Zzzzzzzzzz…

    It’s proof I questioned your BS statement that you oppose Trump because of your Catholic faith.

    Now stop trying to move the goalposts and GFY.

  695. jason says:

    Since Jason is in the mood to once again lie about my views, let me state a few things.”

    LOL

    Everyone here know exactly what your views are.

    It would be impossible to lie about them.

  696. Bitterlaw says:

    I hope that Tebow is successful in baseball. Just not for the Mets.

  697. jason says:

    Also Wobbie has repeated about 5 times now the lie that I said he opposed Romney because he was a Mormon.

    Here is my exact quote:

    “I guess Wobbie is now going to claim his year long trash talk against Romney was because Romney is a Mormon.

    Just to be consistent of course.”

    Wobbie is not very bright, but its clear I said, tongue in cheek, that HE would claim he opposed Romney because he was a Mormon.

    “I guess Wobbie is now going to claim..”

    How that is transformed into “jason said I opposed Romney because he is a Mormon” only a pathetic loser can explain.

  698. lisab says:

    Lisab,. Trump’s appeal in those states you mentioned will all depend on if he passes policies promised, as well as the economic results of those policies.
    ———————————————-

    yes, among other factors of course.

    my point was that hillary never thought she would lose those states, and did not fight for them

  699. NYCmike says:

    “i just don’t see trump easily winning wi, mi, and pa again. the dems will fight for those states next time around.”

    -The Dems will NOT fight for those states……Putin will confuse them again.

  700. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    A clear example of the disorganized and pathetic state of the Democrats is that the Russian hacking allegations have boomeranged full circle, and now are focused on Obama. Trump is the victory tweet mode:

    Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    ..under a magnifying glass, they have zero “tapes” of T people colluding. There is no collusion & no obstruction. I should be given apology!

    The real story is that President Obama did NOTHING after being informed in August about Russian meddling. With 4 months looking at Russia…

    Donald J. Trump?Verified @realDonaldTrump ago
    …and did not want to “rock the boat.” He didn’t “choke,” he colluded or obstructed, and it did the Dems and Crooked Hillary no good.

    Donald J. @realDonaldTrump
    The reason that President Obama did NOTHING about Russia after being notified by the CIA of meddling is that he expected Clinton would win

  701. Robbie says:

    The fact the pro-Trump super-pac is going after Dean Heller, the only vulnerable Republican in 2018, just baffles me. What a waste of donor money.

  702. NYCmike says:

    Robbie will now mention Dean Heller for the next 3 weeks….

  703. Robbie says:

    Poor, Jason. In 592, he accused me of lying about being a Catholic who practices my faith and now he’s furiously trying to create a smoke screen to obscure his idiotic claims.

    Even worse for the guy, he then tried to extrapolate my religious views led me to oppose Romney in the 2012 primary because I was anti-Mormon. That’s low even by HHR standards.

    Jason, Trumpism corrupts and now it’s led you to make statements that could easily be viewed as bigoted towards Catholicism. Sad!

  704. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 26, 2017 at 3:55 pm
    Robbie will now mention Dean Heller for the next 3 weeks….

    – Wouldn’t you agree this is very shortsighted? While Senate control is probably not up for grabs in 2018, it could be in 2020. I’d hate to see Democrats win the presidency and Senate in 2020 and find out Heller’s loss in 2018 made the difference two years later.

  705. Wes says:

    Corey Stewart is mulling a Senate run. NYCMike will be thrilled if Republicans give up on the Senator who said the Left must be ready to fight Trump in the streets without a fight.

    After all, if a Deadender can’t win, then a partisan liberal Democrat is the next best thing in a former GOP bastion.

    Comstock must run.

    I’ll draw up a viable campaign strategy for free and implement it for her if it gets Kaine out of Washington.

  706. lisab says:

    “Yeah, I bet your blind MSM fueled anti-Trump diatribes have nothing to do with your “Catholic faith”.”
    ———————————————–

    had robbie not spent the last two years quoting the nytimes et al. it might have looked more sincere

  707. Bitterlaw says:

    I wonder if the 2016 election will be the main issue in 2020.

  708. lisab says:

    A clear example of the disorganized and pathetic state of the Democrats is that the Russian hacking allegations have boomeranged full circle, and now are focused on Obama.
    ———————–
    yes, i noticed that and they are in dangerous waters.

    there is a danger of a huge fracture in the dem party.

    obama and his allies will NOT be blamed for hillary’s loss, at least not without fighting back.

  709. NYCmike says:

    Robbie,

    Trump is out for Trump. I knew that, 30 years ago.

    I also know that he wants to make a deal, which is why Congress should give him a simple Repeal Obamacare Bill, with a Ron Johnson/Cruz/Paul/Lee Bill ready to replace Obamacare…..or some such scenario.

    Of course, the squishy moderates don’t want to do that, so we have to suffer through this threading of needles, DC-style.

  710. lisab says:

    I wonder if the 2016 election will be the main issue in 2020.
    ———————–

    if the dems have more moral victories in 2018, i think it might be on the dem side.

    i can see the far left dems insisting on a far left candidate. i mean a bernie sanders type.

  711. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    Democrats in self-destruct mode.

    “Feinstein Calls for Investigation Into Whether Loretta Lynch Provided Cover for Hillary Clinton”

  712. Wes says:

    Of course, the squishy moderates don’t want to do that, so we have to suffer through this threading of needles, DC-style.

    Amazingly Mikey is shocked things in Washington happen…well, DC-style.

    Who else is shocked Washington acts like Washington?

  713. Wes says:

    Feinstein probably realizes this whole Russia hullaballo is hurting Dems more than Trump and wants to give cover by looking tough on it, SDC.

  714. Wes says:

    After all, Hillary lost an expected gimme election and failed to produce the requisite coattails for returning Dems to the Promised Land of control of the Senate.

    She’s powerless and will never be a major player in DC again. Why should Senate Democrats–who desperately want control of the vhamber back–cover for her anymore when throwing her under the bus is a potrntially more viable electoral strategy?

  715. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 26, 2017 at 4:16 pm
    Robbie,
    Trump is out for Trump. I knew that, 30 years ago.
    I also know that he wants to make a deal, which is why Congress should give him a simple Repeal Obamacare Bill, with a Ron Johnson/Cruz/Paul/Lee Bill ready to replace Obamacare…..or some such scenario.
    Of course, the squishy moderates don’t want to do that, so we have to suffer through this threading of needles, DC-style.

    – Just to be clear, Trump technically has no control over this group so I don’t think this has anything to do with him.

    This group strikes me more as a scam-pac and their tactics seem short sighted.

  716. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    June 26, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    had robbie not spent the last two years quoting the nytimes et al. it might have looked more sincere

    – Oh, I see. Because I read a news source you don’t like, that means it’s open season to question my religious values and how I apply them.

  717. lisab says:

    no …

    because you have used every argument under the sun to undermine trump, to very little or no effect

    and then suddenly start claiming religious reasons to not vote for trump

    it looks incredibly insincere on your part.

  718. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    June 26, 2017 at 4:55 pm
    no …
    because you have used every argument under the sun to undermine trump, to very little or no effect
    and then suddenly start claiming religious reasons to not vote for trump
    it looks incredibly insincere on your part.

    – LOL! I wish I had the power to undermine Trump or anyone else I don’t like, but I’m one person in a country of 330 million people. So alas, I don’t have the power to undermine Trump or anyone else. I’m flattered you think I have that power though.

  719. lisab says:

    robbie: (points to an an anti-trump article in the nytimes,msnbc, etc. … but no one on hhr cares)

    robbie: damn! (points to some random conservative who disagrees with trump on some issue … but no one on hhr cares)

    robbie: damn! (points to some random issue that trump promised but has not done yet … but no one on hhr cares)

    robbie: damn! (points to some random poll that shows a gop candidate way down and predicts that the gop will lose utah and idaho … but no one on hhr cares AND the gop candidate wins both utah and idaho)

    robbie: damn! well nothing else has worked i guess i’ll try to imply it is un-Christian to vote for trump (… but no one on hhr cares AND it just looks desperate)

  720. NYCmike says:

    http://ijr.com/opinion/2017/06/265683-ran-wisconsins-successful-high-risk-pool-obamacare-heres-actually-worked/

    -Maybe this is why Johnson is holding out…..there is a better way to do things.

    Let there be 50 state experiments.

  721. lisab says:

    I’m flattered you think I have that power though.
    —————

    no one on hhr at least seems to be swayed by your arguments

    but at times it is amusing 🙂

  722. lisab says:

    9th circuit court right now

    https://i.redd.it/tetant5bd06z.png

  723. lisab says:

    the ruling was 9 to 0

    ginsberg and kagan ruled against the lower court

    that has to hurt

  724. lisab says:

    reaction to the ruling by snowflakes

    http://i.imgur.com/OmnCPfs.jpg

  725. lisab says:

    Elizabeth Warren?Verified account @SenWarren Jun 12
    More
    In a matchup between @realDonaldTrump’s #MuslimBan & the Constitution, my money’s on the Constitution every time. The 9th Circuit agrees.

  726. lisab says:

    Rob Reiner ?@robreiner
    When Fox says that DT colluding with the enemy is not a crime, the fight to save Democracy is now an all out war. US-Stay strong. #Treason

  727. lisab says:

    “ANTIFA” are planning on holding a rally at Gettysburg National Battlefield on July 1st, asks it’s members to “Bring and Burn Confederate Flags”.

  728. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    June 26, 2017 at 5:06 pm

    no one on hhr at least seems to be swayed by your arguments
    but at times it is amusing

    So. What’s your point? NYCMike hasn’t been able to persuade anyone about candidates he prefers, I haven’t been able to persuade anyone about Trump, Bitter wasn’t able to persuade anyone about Christie, and on and on and on. It’s an Internet comment section. We pontificate.

  729. lisab says:

    Cameron Joseph?Verified account
    @cam_joseph
    Follow
    More
    .@Acosta tries to shout a Q. @PressSec: “There’s no camera on, Jim.”

  730. NYCmike says:

    “So. What’s your point? NYCMike hasn’t been able to persuade anyone about candidates he prefers”

    -What are you talking about?

    Didn’t the majority on this board come around to vote for Trump?

    I preferred Trump over Hillary, and HHR followed!

  731. NYCmike says:

    Robbie,

    Stop moaning, will you please.

    I have not changed one bit despite seeing many of my most formidable “internet adversaries” crawl back into their holes after years of calling me insulting names.

    I often got down at their level, because a nice mud bath once in a while is good for the complexion.

    You, on the other hand, have gone from a concern troll to a name-calling, baby-imitating concern-troll extraordinaire!

    Buck up, Captain Droopy Drawers!

  732. NYCmike says:

    ““ANTIFA” are planning on holding a rally at Gettysburg National Battlefield on July 1st, asks it’s members to “Bring and Burn Confederate Flags”.”

    -FINALLY something we can agree on with the fascist “anti-fascists”.

  733. NYCmike says:

    7 7 7 !

  734. SanDiegoCitzen says:

    769. @SenWarren “In a matchup between @realDonaldTrump’s #MuslimBan & the Constitution, my money’s on the Constitution every time. The 9th Circuit agrees.”

    The Constitution makes the Supreme Court the final judicial decision-maker, not the 9th Circuit.

  735. lisab says:

    Eiffel Tower to be surrounded by $20M bulletproof glass wall by year’s end

  736. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 26, 2017 at 6:15 pm
    “So. What’s your point? NYCMike hasn’t been able to persuade anyone about candidates he prefers”
    -What are you talking about?
    Didn’t the majority on this board come around to vote for Trump?
    I preferred Trump over Hillary, and HHR followed!

    – You know I’m talking about many of the Senate Tea Party challengers you have preferred.

  737. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 26, 2017 at 6:19 pm

    Robbie,
    Stop moaning, will you please.

    – Thanks for the advice, but no.

  738. Trump says:

    The retarded monkey Robbie thinks he is taking some kind of stand by incessant sucking of Jeb.

    All he shows is that he is a deranged loon who cannot comprehend the real world.

  739. Trump says:

    Have you stopped sucking Jeb’s dic k yet, Robbie?

  740. Trump says:

    Let go of the hate, moron

  741. lisab says:

    i actually do not believe robbie cares about jeb! at all,

    except that he was pretty sure jeb! would lose to hillary

  742. Trump says:

    How’s that Trump EO look now, retard?

  743. Trump says:

    Speaking of Trump EO, it appears that half of the US judiciary has basic comprehension problem with English, including John “is it a tax?” Roberts.

    They just make stuff up without regards to words right in front of their eyes.

    Totally corrupt hacks.

  744. Trump says:

    How does one explain the opinions written by theses cretins, especially in light of the expensive law degrees that they proclaim?

  745. lisab says:

    NAPOLITANO: FMR. ATTORNEY GENERAL LYNCH COULD FACE 5-10 YEARS IN PRISON

  746. Trump says:

    How bad is your opinion when even imbecile Ginsburg says “what the fu ck?”

  747. lisab says:

    HARRISONBURG, Va. — A man paid to register Virginia voters prior to the 2016 Presidential Election will spend at least 100 days in prison for submitting the names of deceased individuals to the Registrar’s Office.

    James Madison University student Andrew J. Spieles, 21, of Harrisonburg, pled guilty Monday in the United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia. As part of the plea agreement, Spieles agreed to a prison sentence of 100 to 120 days.

  748. NYCmike says:

    “As part of the plea agreement, Spieles agreed to a prison sentence of 100 to 120 days.”

    -Republicans need to make sure this is broadcast throughout all 57 states!

  749. Tina says:

    3 cnn staffers let go because of muh russian.

    Fake news,

    The gasket is blown. Timely tweets and articles calling out muhnrussian.

  750. NYCmike says:

    “How bad is your opinion when even imbecile Ginsburg says “what the fu ck?””

    -Too bad we didn’t get to see what they would have ruled regarding the “botched” immigration EO.

  751. NYCmike says:

    Trump should NOT Tweet – I read this on HHR.

  752. Wes says:

    My thoughts:

    Democratd are so obsessed with taking Trump out they’re undermining their own efforts by actively making their party more unpopular than an unpopular President.

  753. NYCmike says:

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/volokh-conspiracy/wp/2017/06/26/for-those-of-us-who-work-in-marbled-halls-the-second-amendment-might-seem-antiquated/?utm_term=.760f831ba082

    -MD, Author, “CG” – Gorsuch joined with Clarence Thomas in this dissent.

    Was your decision worth it, to NOT VOTE for the person who chose Gorsuch to be on the Supreme Court?

    Would love to hear your reasoning.

  754. Tina says:

    There is a townhall article praising trump for his tweets.

    He controls the message. They are forced to respond to him.

    Had he sat back and not handled muh russian, his presidency could have been in jeopardy. Niw thr drats keep blowing winnable races because they have nothing.

  755. janz says:

    CBO report gives more R senators an excuse to vote against the Senate healthcare bill.

  756. Tina says:

    The leaks have been traced to a number of former Obama administration officials, including Ben Rhodes —the former National Security Council official responsible for creating an in-house ‘echo chamber’ meant to mislead reporters and the public about the landmark nuclear deal with Iran—and Colin Kahl, former Vice President Joe Biden’s national security adviser.

    http://freebeacon.com/national-security/anti-trump-leak-campaign-damaging-u-s-allied-operations/

    Boom.

    Ben rhodes, comedy, farkas, sjw yates.

    Yates, how is your legal opinion looking today, you pos?

  757. BayernFan says:

    So if Kennedy (or anyone else) didn’t announce retirement today, it’s unlikely anyone will this year, right?

  758. Bitterlaw says:

    I am opposed to burning Confederate flags. Why waste matches on those rags?

  759. janz says:

    Nepolitano today said the official end of the SCOTUS term was this Friday. So, there’s an outside chance that perhaps an announcement could come then.

  760. lisab says:

    CBO report gives more R senators an excuse to vote against the Senate healthcare bill.
    —————————————

    the problem is that if it doesn’t pass, obamacare will get worse and worse.

    the average deductible for a family is now over $12,000

    so if you work for a living you may not be able to go to the doctor.

    however, if you are a poor and on welfare, you can go to the doctor because you have no deductible

  761. Tina says:

    Wow initial review 9-0?

  762. Bitterlaw says:

    I rarely agree with Robbie about anything. I find his links to MSM hit pieces to be annoying at best.

    That being said, he is a legitimate poster. Unlike trolls like Trump and Proud Obamacon, he puts forth arguments and stands his ground. I respect that.

  763. Trump says:

    You respect s lot of idiots. Birds of a feather, I guess.

  764. Trump says:

    Morons hang together.

  765. Trump says:

    Robbie retard puts forth bile and hate.

    You respect that.

    Not surprising, you hate everything, by your own admission.

  766. Bitterlaw says:

    Sure, Trump. All of your posts are insightful and motivated by love.

  767. janz says:

    Tellngly, Kennedy has apparently picked his law clerks for the next term, implying he’s staying on the court for another year.

  768. Proud Obamacon says:

    Come on Repuglicans. Pass the Bill! Make Healthcare Great AGain LOL Have some ballz!

  769. Wes says:

    To be fair, Bitter, if you had made 100% incorrect predictions last year as Trump did, you probably wouldn’t be too friendly either.*

    *I can’t wait to laugh at Trump’s puerile, profanity-laced tirade aimed at me for mentioning his epic failure as a psephologist/political prognosticator in 2016.

  770. Trump says:

    Ha ha

    Say the morons who couldnt find their asses with two hands.

  771. Trump says:

    Why is no one surprised that you find the retarded Robbie insightful?

  772. Trump says:

    Tax or penalty?

  773. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – Trump fails to understand that if you want to effectively disagree with somebody, you actually have to say something/ He is incapable of passing that test.

  774. Paul says:

    Trump must be impeached for the collusion with Russia. He has committed treason.

  775. Bitterlaw says:

    I already said that I disagree with Robbie. I respect that he will make an argument even when I disagree with it. Very simple concept.

  776. Paul says:

    Tina is a whiner.

  777. Proud Obamacon says:

    Can’t wait for tonight’s Trump Tweets!

    CBO is fake news!!
    CBO is the Marxist wing of the Democratic Party!

    LOL – pussy grabber is unhinged!!

  778. Paul says:

    Trump is a whiner.

  779. Trump says:

    The fake lawyer clinging to his tests.

    Grow up, moron.

  780. Bitterlaw says:

    Sorry, Trump. You admitted that I was a real lawyer a few weeks ago. You waived the fake lawyer argument already. GFY.

  781. Trump says:

    Gee, is that written in law, moron?

  782. Trump says:

    Check a map of the US.

    There’s the south.

    Go to town on your hate.

  783. Trump says:

    Lincoln was a war criminal.

    Discuss.

  784. wvally says:

    I rarely agree with Robbie about anything. I find his links to MSM hit pieces to be annoying at best.

    That being said, he is a legitimate poster. Unlike trolls like Trump and Proud Obamacon, he puts forth arguments and stands his ground. I respect that.

    ***

    Ditto. It’s why I don’t give Robbie sh*t. I just encourage him to lay off the MSM sauce. It’ll rot your brain.

  785. Trump says:

    Robbie retard is a puss$ who hides when confronted with reality.

    For months, he passed and moaned about the Trump EO. Now that Trump has been vindicated, the retard has slunk away. No comment.

    That’s his modus operandi.

  786. lisab says:

    ditto. it’s why i just encourage him to drink the MSM koolaid

    his posts are mildly amusing, especially when the msm changes their tune and his past posts are no longer consistent with the current msm memes

  787. Trump says:

    And, just for kicks, Robert Lee was the greatest general since Alrxander the Great.

  788. Paul says:

    Trump, you are a pussy grabber. Go away.

  789. Wes says:

    Bait that hook, and watch the fish jump right to it.

    I expected you to react exactly as you did, Trump.

    I’ll give you this:

    You never disappoint my low expectations of you.

  790. Trump says:

    And anybody care about your opinion?

  791. Wes says:

    Oh, I’m not offering an opinion. I’m just pointing out how much fun I have reading your inevitable meltdowns whenever someone says anything you don’t like.

    Keep up the horrible work!

  792. wvally says:

    Tina says:
    June 26, 2017 at 7:58 pm
    Breaking

    http://circa.com/politics/accountability/did-the-fbi-retaliate-against-michael-flynn-by-launching-russia-probe

    They targeted flynn for political purposes.

    ***
    Interesting article Tina. Sounds like we lost a real national asset when Gritz resigned.

    “SSA Gritz was without question, the most energetic, most consistently engaged and prepared and single most effective member of this interagency group,” wrote Navy Rear Admiral B. L. Losey, who served both Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama as the White House’s National Security Council Director for Combatting Terrorism.

    Losey offered a most poignant endorsement. “If I were taken hostage, I would hope that above all others SSA Robyn Gritz were assigned the task to track and recover me,” he wrote.

    ***

    Interesting bit from the article: McCabe still under EEOC investigation over his treatment of Gritz.

  793. Trump says:

    How do you know “meltdown” through ether, moron?

  794. wvally says:

    I’ve been to Bitter’s law office in Philly. Can report he’s tall and dapper, and ate no veggies at lunch.

  795. Trump says:

    It is probably the cognitive chat bot that I am training.

  796. lisab says:

    I’ve been to Bitter’s law office in Philly. Can report he’s tall and dapper, and ate no veggies at lunch.
    ——————————-

    and a little jolly

  797. Tina says:

    Wvally, i have been 99.99 percent accurate re muhnrussian. I have called everythung

  798. Tina says:

    Bannons executive order passed initial mustard.

    People are getting fired for muh russian fake news.

    Flynn was targeted for political reasons. No duh. He caled out the obumbler about fighting terrorism. They hate each other. With that said, the wiretap of flynn was illegal.

  799. Tina says:

    Google “CNN,175,Sue” @NolteNC
    ·
    1h

    All that MSM bullsheot about Trump’s tweets killing the travel ban and he gets a 9-0.

    Man alive, MSM, you know NOTHING.

    Jenots are having a horrific 2017, much like 2016.

  800. lisab says:

    People are getting fired for muh russian fake news.
    —————–

    i am not sure why, unless it is going to lead to a bad place for obama’s administration and the bosses know it.

    the reporters wrote what they were told to write.

    the only thing i can think of is lots of dems are on the record saying how bad this is and they know trump is in the clear but obama’s people are not.

  801. Wes says:

    See, Trump. You’re too stupid to realize you’re doing exactly what I want you to do.

    Here. I’ll let Admiral Ackbar explain it to you:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4F4qzPbcFiA

    I laugh at your sub-elementary level posts written from your parents’ basement just after you’ve soiled uour diaper. You’re too easy to goad into mindless invective and childish namecalling.

    Seriously I could start a drinking game from the limited vocabulary of your retorts. Moron is apparently the only word actually found in the dictionary you know how to use properly, so watching you use it over and over and over and over and over ad infinitum becomes amusing.

    I know you’re too stupid and thin skinned to realize I’m baiting you and getting the exact result I want every time you post. That’s why I keep doing it.

    As I say, keep it ip!

  802. Wes says:

    I’d correct my typoe, but, eh, who cares?

    I made my point.

    As soon as Trump sees my comment, he’ll post another rage-filled post calling me a moron, thereby once again doing exactly what I want and making me the Pavlov of HHR.

  803. Albert Hodges says:

    Today was the kind of day that President Trump promised us when he said we would win so much that we would beg for him to stop winning for us.

    But it has been SO long since this country won on the scale we are starting to win, that I still want more!

    President Trump is proof that God hasn’t given up on us! So proud of our President!

  804. wvally says:

    Project Ver*tas has released a video of CNN Producer John Bonifield who was caught on hidden-camera admitting that there is no proof to CNN’s Russia narrative.

    “I mean, it’s mostly bullsh*t right now,” Bonifield says. “Like, we don’t have any giant proof.”

    “Just to give you some context, President Trump pulled out of the climate accords and for a day and a half we covered the climate accords. And the CEO of CNN (Jeff Zucker) said in our internal meeting, he said good job everybody covering the climate accords, but we’re done with that, let’s get back to Russia.”

    Bonifield also acknowledged: “I haven’t seen any good enough evidence to show that the President committed a crime.”

    He continues:
    “I just feel like they don’t really have it but they want to keep digging. And so I think the President is probably right to say, like, look you are witch hunting me. You have no smoking gun, you have no real proof.”

    http://bit.ly/2ud2NcS

  805. jason says:

    Three of Wobbie’s friends over at CNN forced to resign for fake Russia stories.

  806. jason says:

    So SCOTUS ruled 9-0 on the EO Wobbie claimed was “botched”?

  807. Jonesy says:

    So in 2009, the so called non partisan CBO, scored Obamacare as lowering costs and overall a great bill.

    Not Partisan. sarc..

  808. Jonesy says:

    Jason, three less twitter feeds for Robbie to follow

  809. Trump says:

    The retard has not commented on the EO since the Supremes smacked him with a solid 2×4 yesterday.

    Moron is as clueless as always, on any topic.

    Now he hopes that it gets lost in this overall stupidity.

  810. Trump says:

    His overall stupidity.

  811. Trump says:

    He will claim that the bible said the EO was botched.

  812. NYCmike says:

    wvally,

    Is Project Veritas a reliable source? The NY Times, WAPO, CNN, etc do NOT air their stories, so I am a little suspect about them./

  813. NYCmike says:

    “So SCOTUS ruled 9-0 on the EO Wobbie claimed was “botched”?”

    -jason,

    Let’s be fair. Only the first EO was “botched” because of Bannon, KAC, Miller, etc. This ruling was on the 2nd EO, which was “not botched”, but just not done right, or something like that.

  814. NYCmike says:

    Nice picture of O’Keefe with Breitbart…..miss Breitbart a lot.

  815. jason says:

    The ruling would have been 9-0 on the first EO too.

    The President has the right to issue any type of travel ban, whether people agree with it or not.

    The point was neither EOs were “botched” that was just one of the usual MSM talking points Wobbie is so fond of.

  816. Wobbles says:

    “Jason, three less twitter feeds for Robbie to follow”

    Not to worry I still have 2378 liberal MSM tweet sources.

    (sticks tongue out at Jonesy)

  817. NYCmike says:

    “The ruling would have been 9-0 on the first EO too.”

    -No way, it was “BOTCHED” I tell you, “B O T C H E D” ! !

  818. jason says:

    ” I rarely agree with Robbie about anything. I find his links to MSM hit pieces to be annoying at best.

    That being said, he is a legitimate poster. Unlike trolls like Trump and Proud Obamacon, he puts forth arguments and stands his ground. I respect that.”

    Actually I probably agree with Wobbie on a lot of policy issues.

    But he doesn’t put forth his own arguments. He regurgitates MSM fake news and then when its debunked he runs away like a scared rabbit until they come up with something new.

    And he lies compulsively like about his opposition to Trump in 2017 is related to Trump’s divorce 27 years ago and his “Catholic faith”.

    I don’t respect that.

  819. Mr.Vito says:

    “Wobbie is not very bright, but its clear I said, tongue in cheek, that HE would claim he opposed Romney because he was a Mormon.”

    Believe me, the rest of us got it, jason.

    I can only point out so many times how logic-impaired the guy is… he either simply cannot understand the nuances of an argument, or just changes the subject to some imagined offense because he can no longer credibly argue or perhaps even follow his own point.

  820. jason says:

    “Jenots are having a horrific 2017, much like 2016.”

    Poor bastards don’t have much to work with.

  821. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason – I reespect your lack of respect. GFY

  822. jason says:

    ” just changes the subject to some imagined offense”

    Exactly. I never questioned his faith or claimed he opposed Romney for being Mormon.

    But he was soooooo offended anyway.

  823. jason says:

    Thank Bitter, you are a true friend. GFY.

  824. jason says:

    Huh, that was thanks.

  825. NYCmike says:

    No, it was “Thank”…..

  826. Cash Cow TM says:

    question:

    If a bunch of people gather to push for an investigation of Obama’s former AG, would it be a:

    LYNCH MOB?

  827. Chicon says:

    Jason – not only was the “rollout” botched, but Trump’s Twitter habits taunting the Judicial branch were going to doom the travel ban to failure.

    9-0.

  828. NYCmike says:

    Robbie is now onto the Trump campaign vs Dean Heller, so any talk about “botched” EO’s is old hat.

  829. Chicon says:

    So, we’ve been hearing for months now about how Russian interference in the election was the equivalent of Pearl Harbor. Yet now we know Obama knew of it and did nothing. Why? Because it wasn’t really a big deal? Or because it was really a Pearl Harbor level event and he just let it happen?

    Maybe Robbie can tell us how the MSM spins this one….

  830. Tina says:

    So, per cnn, muh russian is a joke. However, i read numerous wp articles here indicating that it was all true.

  831. NYCmike says:

    Prediction of Robbie’s response, a legitimate poster:

    But, T W I T T E R ! ! !

  832. NYCmike says:

    Prediction of the response by Author, MD, and “CG”:

    (And the Pinky Toe says) “WAH! WAH! WAH! All the way home!”

  833. Trump says:

    I keep hearing the word “meddling”. What does it refers to, specifically?

    Has anyone defined that? What is Russia supposed to have done?

  834. Tina says:

    Nobody knows what russia did.

    Well, the ibumbler said it was not possible to rig an election. I beleive he said it before the election and around mid december.

  835. Tina says:

    Charlie Spiering @charliespiering
    Acosta and CNN arrived to POTUS event in the Rose Garden to find seat placard removed, equipment moved – WH aides scrambled to get them seat

    Lol, they shoukd have never been seated.

  836. jason says:

    I doubt we will see much of Wobbie today.

    “Busy”.

  837. Trump says:

    More likely, the narrative has collapsed.

    Need new talking points from CNN, which is having its own issues with fake news.

  838. Trump says:

    I think wobbie is hiding from trump’s latest tweets.

    Between Trump and the Supreme Court, wobbie doesn’t know which side is up. Slammed from both sides.

  839. Waingro says:

    “The ruling would have been 9-0 on the first EO too.”

    Eh, my guess is the liberals will “come home” when the full merits are argued and decided in October. Regardless, I see it as a likely 5-4 decision upholding Trump’s EO in its entirety.

  840. Trump says:

    I don’t know what they are going to review in October. Isn’t the EO only operative for 90 days or so?

  841. Waingro says:

    ” I rarely agree with Robbie about anything. I find his links to MSM hit pieces to be annoying at best.

    That being said, he is a legitimate poster. Unlike trolls like Trump and Proud Obamacon, he puts forth arguments and stands his ground. I respect that.”

    100% agreed on second sentence. But I also actually like alot of Robbie’s posts and agree with him probably on most policy issues. But he definitely lets his emotions gets the best of him at times with his “concern” posts, particularly when it comes to Trump.

  842. Waingro says:

    #886, yes, that could conveniently make the legal issue moot. But I assume the Trump administration will have some type of more permanent and/or long term policy put in place around that time as well as an extension or amendment to that EO, which may cause SCOTUS to find the merits of the order still need to be addressed.

  843. Trump says:

    Technically, no.

    If a new EO or reg is promulgated, somebody would need to challenge it in lower courts, and then it would wind its way to the SC.

  844. Mr.Vito says:

    “Unlike trolls like Trump and Proud Obamacon, he puts forth arguments and stands his ground.”

    Sorry, Trump puts forth arguments and stands his ground. He also insults people.

    Robbie puts forth other people’s arguments and can’t back them up for more than five minutes.

  845. Trump says:

    But it is our crack ruling class. Which seems to make up stuff as it moves along.

    So who knows?

  846. NYCmike says:

    “But it is our crack ruling class.”

    -Oprah is the Supreme Leader I assume?

  847. Mr.Vito says:

    Proud Obamacon, on the other hand, is indeed a troll, who has posted as Charles, Susyque, and likely this new version of Greymarch.

  848. NYCmike says:

    Only one question remains:

    “Who is Ca$h Cow, and what does her keyboard look like?”

  849. Mr.Vito says:

    Cow does talk to text.

  850. Waingro says:

    “Technically, no.

    If a new EO or reg is promulgated, somebody would need to challenge it in lower courts, and then it would wind its way to the SC.”

    Yes, technically despite any claim of “mootness”, the the previous, temporary EO could be reviewed as an issue of “public importance” likely to “recur and evade effective resolution.

    Considering this is an issue of national security and a President’s plenary powers, I believe there is a good chance at least 4 justices will want to still take it up.

    And any new order and its promulgation and implementation could be used in court’s rationale and effective holding.

  851. Mr.Vito says:

    Fortunately she has a bovine translation program.

    Sadly, one hasn’t been developed for Gelt Goose yet.

  852. Jonesy says:

    Now that CNN has been discredited on Russia, will Robbie retract all of his CNN Tweets for the past 3 months?

  853. Bitterlaw says:

    CM

  854. Mr.Vito says:

    899 That is clearly a Chik-Fil-A page. #fakenews

  855. Wes says:

    Danny TArkanian is contemplating challenging Dean Heller in the primary.

    Tark has a famous last name and five electoral losses. Heller has an undefeated record as a Nevada politician.

    Let’s keep it that way.

  856. Mr.Vito says:

    That CNN Producer will be ousted over the O’Keefe video quickly.

    No, not because of the content, but because he is drinking from a Chik-Fil-A cup.

  857. Mr.Vito says:

    Redstone Arsenal @TeamREDSTONE

    Possible active shooter on the Arsenal. Installation is locked down. Run hide fight.

  858. Waingro says:

    #902, Heller is probably as good as we are ever going to get in the increasingly bluer state of Nevada.

    Hopefully, he withstands any primary challenge.

  859. Tina says:

    Jonesy, rottie still has maggie and the wp. An argument coukd be made that cnn phuqed up their last story, but wp phuqed up 7 straig stories.

    I went through each of them and pointed out why they were screwy.

  860. Jonesy says:

    The toughest race Heller will ever have, was in 2012 with Obama on top of the ticket. The Unions like him and is a big ally of Sandoval.

  861. Mr.Vito says:

    You mean you aren’t buying Obama’s secret struggle?

  862. Jonesy says:

    Tina, it is just not the MSM love by Robbie, but the fact that Robbie wanted Hillary to win. No real Republican would have wanted her to pick Judges.

    The GOPe Never Trump movement, was destroyed yesterday due to Gorsuch votes.

  863. Jonesy says:

    Dana Titus is looking to run again. Sets up a rough Dem primary in NV

  864. Tina says:

    I think nv is one of the states where r registrations have increased, per larry schweikart.

  865. Jonesy says:

    By going after Loretta Lynch, the GOP has done a good job of making sure no close Obama ally will be able to run in 2020.

    Sessions needs to set up a Grand Jury

  866. jason says:

    No, not because of the content, but because he is drinking from a Chik-Fil-A cup.”

    Heh….

  867. jason says:

    NYC will be here in 3, 2, 1 to say Tark has the “right to deliver the seat to a liberal Democrat”.

  868. jason says:

    The Russians probably do have an agenda. It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that some of these things are in their interest”

    Cause turmoil in the American political system, distract the country from important geopolitical issues, weaken the confidence in the system, weaken the executive branch, etc.

    And thanks to the MSM, the Democrats and useful idiots like Wobbie, the agenda is doing just fine.

  869. Tina says:

    The dnc shouldmhave allowed the fbi to look at the servers. They deoended in crowdstrike, which is a partisan group.

    Comedy shoukd have been fired just for that.

    It does look more and more that comedy politicized the fbi, as did mccabe. Comedy, mccabe, and lynch will eat each other.

  870. Tina says:

    It coukd have been the russians, or some other person or persons, not a nation state.

    Since crowdstrike is refusing to answer questions, one cannot tr

  871. Tina says:

    Trust them. Sorry, hit send before ready.

  872. Wes says:

    Actually, Jason, Mikey will just say NV needs to adopt a law saying Deadenders in a convention instead of voters get to choose the nominee.

    He has a Paulbot/Cuccinelli-style contempt for voters for some reason.

  873. lisab says:

    How Donald Trump is killing romance

    In the treacherous, amusing and sometimes rewarding world of online dating, Donald Trump has become the newest way to find – or reject – a romantic match.

    “Did you vote for or do you support Trump? Then I’m not your man. It would never work,” one user says in the opener to his bio on Tinder, a popular mobile dating platform that boasts 26 million matches per day.

    “Trump voters please swipe left, and go to your room and think about what you’ve done,” wrote another Tinder user, referring to the way to dismiss a potential date in the app.

    “What I’m looking for . . . well, in this crazy day and age, first and foremost, someone who did not vote for Trump,” says a profile on Bumble, a dating app in which women make the first move.

    Since his election, the president has become a new measure of compatibility – much like someone’s age, religion, wanting kids or simply finding things in common. Dating, online and off, is more supercharged with politics than it’s ever been, said online dating experts who specialize in matchmaking.

  874. Mr.Vito says:

    How kind of those girls to weed themselves out…

  875. Mr.Vito says:

    and boys…

  876. lisab says:

    “Did you vote for or do you support Trump? Then I’m not your man.
    —————————

    not your man

    or

    not a man?

    what kind of man voted for hillary?

  877. lisab says:

    ARMY LOCKDOWN: ‘Possible active shooter’ alert at Alabama installation

  878. Writer Mendez says:

    what kind of man voted for hillary?

    You summoned me?

  879. lisab says:

    US Army post in Alabama on lockdown due to possible active shooting, Redstone Arsenal officials tweet http://cnn.i

  880. jason says:

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/debra-gulliver-death-woman-fatally-stabbed-in-philadelphia-park-identified/

    Not blaming the victim, I hope the killer is executed, but what woman walks alone through a dark park late at night in Philly.

    Of course with the amount of bears here I don’t walk around in the dark here either.

  881. lisab says:

    Democratic senator who claims she never met the Russian Ambassador went to a black-tie dinner at his residence

    Claire McCaskill tweeted that she ‘never’ met ambassador Sergey Kislyak
    In fact, she attended a black tie dinner at his residence in November 2015
    McCaskill admitted attending the event, but said she never spoke with Russian

  882. Mr.Vito says:

    927… jason, where was Bitter at the time.

    “She had been talking about moving to Florida and getting away from all of this…”

  883. Bitterlaw says:

    Very sad. I have no idea what she was doing in the park. I would not walk through it in the daytime by myself.

  884. Bitterlaw says:

    North Philadelphia is not known for its safe walking trails.

  885. Redmen4ever says:

    Claire McCaskill: I never had relations with that man, Sergey Kislyak.

  886. Bitterlaw says:

    On second thought, I would walk through that park in the daytime. However, I would walk quickly.

  887. Mr.Vito says:

    “On second thought, I would walk through that park in the daytime. However, I would walk quickly.”

    You have a death sentence anyway, after all.

  888. lisab says:

    cnn has just hired everyone in syria

  889. DW says:

    For those keeping score at home, Rep. Steve Scalise was moved out of intensive care, is in fair condition and shows good improvement, though faces a long rehabilitation.

    His shooter is still dead.

  890. jason says:

    Sky Queen crashed the party, that is why she didn’t talk to the host.

  891. wvally says:

    Cash Cow cracks me up

  892. lisab says:

    “cnn has just hired everyone in syria”

    they all now have bona fide relationships to an organization in the usa

  893. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 27, 2017 at 7:26 am
    So SCOTUS ruled 9-0 on the EO Wobbie claimed was “botched”?

    – Far be it form you state my opinion accurately, but I said the rollout of the initial EO was botched. The order which the Supreme Court reinstated was the second EO which was crafted by all of the agencies involved.

  894. Trump says:

    Shut up, retard.

  895. Trump says:

    The SC just smacked your sorry as$.

    Stop your pathetic excuses.

  896. Trump says:

    Reality is not your friend, moron.

  897. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 27, 2017 at 8:37 am
    “So SCOTUS ruled 9-0 on the EO Wobbie claimed was “botched”?”
    -jason,
    Let’s be fair. Only the first EO was “botched” because of Bannon, KAC, Miller, etc. This ruling was on the 2nd EO, which was “not botched”, but just not done right, or something like that.

    – Almost got it right. The rollout of the first order was botched. Bannon and Miller wrote it and it clearly did not address issues like those of green card holders.

    As for the second EO, it was crafted properly, but judges with an agenda still went after it. That wasn’t Trump’s fault. That was the fault of partisan judges.

    I think the travel ban was a waste of time, but hardly illegal or immoral as some suggested.

  898. Trump says:

    You think a lot of nonsense, retard Robbie.

  899. Bitterlaw says:

    Shut up, retard.
    The SC just smacked your sorry as$.
    Stop your pathetic excuses.
    Reality is not your friend, moron.

    Wes – Robbie posted at 2:21. Trump managed 3 no-substance rants by 2:25. That has to be a record for him.

  900. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 27, 2017 at 10:56 am
    I doubt we will see much of Wobbie today.
    “Busy”.

    – Right here, Trump apologist.

  901. Trump says:

    And the fake lawyer has nothing better to do than keep time.

    What a worthless bloke.

  902. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 27, 2017 at 11:26 am
    “Unlike trolls like Trump and Proud Obamacon, he puts forth arguments and stands his ground.”
    Sorry, Trump puts forth arguments and stands his ground. He also insults people.
    Robbie puts forth other people’s arguments and can’t back them up for more than five minutes.

    – LOL. I put forth my own arguments. The problem is you don’t like or agree with them.

  903. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    June 27, 2017 at 12:11 pm
    Tina, it is just not the MSM love by Robbie, but the fact that Robbie wanted Hillary to win. No real Republican would have wanted her to pick Judges.
    The GOPe Never Trump movement, was destroyed yesterday due to Gorsuch votes.

    – To suggest I wanted Hillary to win, is really one of the biggest lies someone at HHR could make.

  904. Bitterlaw says:

    You already waived the fake lawyer insult when you admitted that I am a real lawyer. Try something else.

  905. Bitterlaw says:

    Point of Order:

    Author wanted Hillary to win.

    Corey thought that Hillary would be a moderate compromiser.

    Most of the Never Trumpers did not like the thought of Hillary winning but refused to vote for the only opponent who could stop her.

  906. Robbie says:

    Post after post about little old me. I had no idea I triggered so many of you this easily.

  907. Mr.Vito says:

    “Post after post about little old me.”

    You are good joke material. Don’t blame us.

  908. NYCmike says:

    “Post after post about little old me.”

    -Yup, Trump should stay off Twitter……oh, sorry, that was Robbie acting like a self-absorbed adolescent.

  909. Robbie says:

    The last time I caught this much flack occurred back in March when I wrote that Louise Mensch’s story about wiretapping in Trump Tower was bogus.

    By the way, Mensch wrote recently the Marshal of the Supreme Court notified Trump in May that impeachment proceedings had begun. Did that ever pan out?

  910. NYCmike says:

    “– Almost got it right. The rollout of the first order was botched. Bannon and Miller wrote it and it clearly did not address issues like those of green card holders.”

    -What absolute b*llsh*t!

    The same judges who held up the 2nd EO, which was “crafted properly”, held up the 1st one.

    It had nothing to do with any roll-out, #HookLine&Sinker.

  911. Mr.Vito says:

    “The problem is you don’t like or agree with them.”

    Yes, I generally don’t agree with nonsense. Is that a problem? Explains a lot of your obsessions…

  912. Mr.Vito says:

    “The last time I caught this much flack occurred…”

    Yesterday.

    Same answer as all days prior…

  913. Tina says:

    Republicans are morally bankrupt and have no ideas to bring forward for America. Sad but true.

  914. NYCmike says:

    Que?

  915. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 27, 2017 at 2:50 pm
    “Post after post about little old me.”
    -Yup, Trump should stay off Twitter……oh, sorry, that was Robbie acting like a self-absorbed adolescent.

    – Smart take. I guess the majority of Republican House and Senate members are self-absorbed adolescents as well since they have repeatedly stated on the record they wish Trump would curtail his Twitter habits, or at least use his Twitter feed to push policy items like healthcare reform and tax reform.

  916. NYCmike says:

    Those Republican members should hold themselves to a higher standard of adulthood than you obviously do, ignore the Trump in the White House, and do the job they were sent to DC to do.

    If they can’t do that, GET OUT OF THE WAY, and simply put up for vote the legislation that people like Cruz, Paul, and Lee have ready to go.

  917. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 27, 2017 at 2:52 pm

    -What absolute b*llsh*t!
    The same judges who held up the 2nd EO, which was “crafted properly”, held up the 1st one.
    It had nothing to do with any roll-out, #HookLine&Sinker.

    – I’d encourage you to reread what I wrote. I said the second order was fine, but was done-in by partisan judges.

    The first order was pushed out quickly and it never gave any guidance to the agencies or airlines on how to implement it. That’s why I said it was botched. It also failed to take into account green card holders.

    That’s why the White House pulled the first EO and wrote the second.

  918. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 27, 2017 at 2:58 pm
    Those Republican members should hold themselves to a higher standard of adulthood than you obviously do, ignore the Trump in the White House, and do the job they were sent to DC to do.
    If they can’t do that, GET OUT OF THE WAY, and simply put up for vote the legislation that people like Cruz, Paul, and Lee have ready to go.

    – 1. It’s just not realistic to think Congressmen and Senators are going to be able to operate on major pieces of contentious legislation while the president and leader of the party is distracted by other issues and/or doing things which force the Congressmen and Senators to constantly respond to them. There’s only so much oxygen.

    2. You may like the ideas and potential legislation put forward by the Tea Party Senators, but what they want to do would not qualify for reconciliation. Therefore, it would need to pass the 60 vote filibuster threshold. That’s just not going to happen. Democrats aren’t going to supply the votes.

  919. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 27, 2017 at 2:58 pm
    Those Republican members should hold themselves to a higher standard of adulthood than you obviously do, ignore the Trump in the White House, and do the job they were sent to DC to do.

    – How exactly do Republicans in the House and Senate ignore the president who comes from their own party?

  920. Chicon says:

    Robbie – the first order would have had a similar result, win the exception of the green card peeps. Only difference was political.

  921. Trump says:

    This is the moron’s new narrative. The first EO was botched bout the second one was good.

    Asshat changes story every time he is smacked. A classic liar.

  922. Bitterlaw says:

    How exactly do Republicans in the House and Senate ignore the president who comes from their own party?

    Because Trump comes from the Democratic Party. he is not a Republican.

  923. Trump says:

    The second moron pipes up.

    How many democrats (or non-republicans) have won the GOP nomination for president, didshi$?

  924. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    June 27, 2017 at 3:33 pm
    This is the moron’s new narrative. The first EO was botched bout the second one was good.
    Asshat changes story every time he is smacked. A classic liar.

    – I’ve been saying the rollout of the first was botched and the second was fine the entire time. If you weren’t paying attention, that’s not my problem.

  925. Trump says:

    Whoever pays this fake lawyer a dime is being overcharged.

  926. Trump says:

    A classic liar.

    Your problem is deep seated desire to suck Jeb.

  927. Trump says:

    When reality bets, the retard disappears. Until he can get fresh directions from fake news.

  928. Robbie says:

    I’m right here, soccer guru.

  929. Tina says:

    962 is not mine, same okd admirer aka hand stealer. Should be banned if the rino moderator would do some site maintenance.

  930. Trump says:

    Must really be depressing for you, retard Robbie, what with Trump winning every day.

  931. Chicon says:

    966 – The only branch of government that is having efficiency issues is the legislative branch. The Executive branch has accomplished quite a bit so far on things that don’t involve the Congress. The members didn’t run on a promise to replace Obamacare if the President sez it is okay. Their job is to do what they promised.

    The reason this hasn’t happened to date is because of divisions among the moderate and conservative groups within Congress. Of course, you hate Trump and are unable to make a rational analysis, so your take means little.

  932. jason says:

    I think the travel ban was a waste of time,”

    LOL

    Goalposts move again.

  933. Tina says:

    The first eo was never considered by the sc. to claim that the sc liked ine version over the other us crazy.

    The first order was never considered, since he redcidende it.

    The 9-0 initial ruling proves what a havk the lower court justices were, in addition timsjw yates, the leaker and liar.

  934. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    June 27, 2017 at 3:49 pm
    I think the travel ban was a waste of time,”
    LOL
    Goalposts move again.

    – I said that from the start in January. It wasn’t something I would have done. Not sure how that’s moving the goalposts.

  935. jason says:

    Poor Wobbie, thinks he is important because he is mocked for being an MSM toadie.

    Pathetic.

  936. Tina says:

    Travel bans are not a waste of time. After all, the ibumbler did it in 2013 when he ha halted iraqis from coming in.

    We are either a nation with a border or were not.

  937. NYCmike says:

    “but what they want to do would not qualify for reconciliation.”

    -Repeal what was passed by reconciliation won’t pass by reconciliation?

  938. Trump says:

    Some synapse has snapped for the retard. Pathetic loser.

  939. jason says:

    e Cruz, Paul, and Lee have ready to go.”

    Zzzzzzz… their “legislation” wouldn’t get 10 votes…

    But it would get them on TV.

    I guess that is the point.

  940. Tina says:

    The country club wing of the r party is no different than the drats that love amnesty and open borders.

  941. Tina says:

    It would be better if they repealed first and then replaced. The grand standers would stop phuqing around.

    At this point it is better to do nothing. The kaw is unenforceable and will kill itself.

  942. NYCmike says:

    “966 – The only branch of government that is having efficiency issues is the legislative branch.”

    -Exactly, and utterly ridiculous that they even use Trump as an excuse for their pathetic performance.

    As someone wrote here a couple of days ago, do these representatives wake up, check Twitter and say “Trump tweeted, I can’t work today under these terrible conditions!”

    What a crock! And of course, Robbie falls for it.

    #HookLine&Sinker

  943. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 27, 2017 at 3:51 pm
    “but what they want to do would not qualify for reconciliation.”
    -Repeal what was passed by reconciliation won’t pass by reconciliation?

    – Obamacare was not passed by reconciliation. The original Senate bill was passed on December 24, 2009, after it cleared the 60 vote threshold. Democrats had 60 votes at the time.

    The Senate bill was then passed by the House in March. Since spending bills must start in the House, the bill then had to go back to the Senate and be passed again. By then, Brown had won so Reid contorted the rules and used reconciliation.

    Further, what Cruz and the others want would not qualify for reconciliation so it would need to pass the 60 vote threshold.

  944. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 27, 2017 at 3:54 pm
    It would be better if they repealed first and then replaced. The grand standers would stop phuqing around.
    At this point it is better to do nothing. The kaw is unenforceable and will kill itself.

    – That’s what Paul Ryan wanted to do, but Rand Paul convinced Trump repeal and replace needed to happen at the same time.

  945. NYCmike says:

    “Zzzzzzz… their “legislation” wouldn’t get 10 votes…”

    -And the problem lies with the legislation, or the REPUBLICANS who refuse to vote for conservative-oriented legislation?

    Well, I guess we already know what you, the Langhorne Squish, believe. The same guy who thought Trump was no better than Hillary……..

  946. Chicon says:

    988 – I tend to side with the conservative caucus on most issues, but the moderate Republicans were elected mostly in moderate districts. Those members have to consider their constituencies, just the same as the conservatives. Health insurance and health care are very complex issues that SHOULD take a long time to address correctly, imo.

  947. NYCmike says:

    “but Rand Paul convinced Trump”

    -Link?

  948. Tina says:

    There are some phony rs that want to just run against obamacare, nomdoubt there, They love it.

  949. lisab says:

    trump tweeted that if this new plan fails to pass it would be better to let obamacare fail

  950. Robbie says:

    NYCMike

    Why would Republicans waste their political capital on a vote that wouldn’t pass the 60 vote threshold?

    There will be no shaming Democrats to help. Are you suggesting they take a “show vote” and then campaign on the issue in 2018?

  951. NYCmike says:

    Chicon,

    Healthcare has not been a free market since the 1960’s. No prices posted anywhere.

    I just got stitches 4 months ago. It was weekend, so my doctor was closed, and the clinic was closed, so went thru ER. Thousand$$!

    Then, they say, come back in a week to get them out. NEVER said anything about charging for that, I thought it was part and parcel of putting them in, you take them out. Lo and behold, charged insurance company again, same $$.

    Ridiculous. Trying to fight it now.

  952. Diamond Jim says:

    M

  953. NYCmike says:

    Repeal can go through reconciliation, no?

    What other bill are we speaking about?

  954. Tina says:

    an inability to purchase across stste lines, is one of the major weakness with these bills.

  955. lisab says:

    NYCMike,

    the reason they could not just set up a new health insurance market is that under obamacare you are required to buy obamacare insurance under the law

    moreover, even if they somehow changed the obamacare law to allow the new insurance to count as insurance under obamacare

    all the working people who actually pay for insurance would move to the new health insurance

    while all the people on welfare would keep obamacare insurance — which is wonderful coverage if you don’t have to pay for it

    so the people who don’t work would still all get 0 deductible 0 premium insurance

    who would pay for that?

    more to the point, what politician would agree to cut it?

  956. Tina says:

    I am getting sick of ted cruz and mike lee btw. Always those 2 stooges, plus mccamnesty, the maine chicklet, sassy arse, and goober, whomhas gotten a little better.

  957. Chicon says:

    995 – hey, dope, everyone knows the Speaker of the House reports to the President. Get with the program…..

    On a serious note….does anyone really believe that a transactional President like Trump would veto ANY health care package approved by Congress? His involvement has been largely to help mediate the moderates and conservatives.

  958. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 27, 2017 at 4:05 pm
    Repeal can go through reconciliation, no?
    What other bill are we speaking about?

    – The replacement. If it doesn’t meet certain criteria, it can’t go through reconciliation.

  959. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 27, 2017 at 4:05 pm
    an inability to purchase across stste lines, is one of the major weakness with these bills.

    – This doesn’t qualify for reconciliation and Democrats are willing to filibuster it.

  960. Tina says:

    Healthcare vote delayed until after 7/4.

    We are doomed, still nothing being done by the rs.

    Other than the massive regulation cuts, thanks to the president, the rs are doung next to nothing kegislatively.

  961. Robbie says:

    Chicon says:
    June 27, 2017 at 4:09 pm

    On a serious note….does anyone really believe that a transactional President like Trump would veto ANY health care package approved by Congress? His involvement has been largely to help mediate the moderates and conservatives.

    – I think you’re spot-on here.

  962. Tina says:

    The senators lee and cruz will have to confer with the koch brothers over the holiday weekened.

    The rinos will have to consukt with schumah.

  963. Chicon says:

    1010 – imo, that divide has much more to do with legislative inaction than does any Trump distraction. Trump wants stuff to sign so he can brag; he doesn’t care what it says.

  964. Tina says:

    Portman a no.

    This bill in the senate is done, this may be good, if the rs can somehow get the ky drunk out of power. Useless tool,

  965. Tina says:

    Let the large premium increases take effect in 2018 and run against the drats in the issue. No bill is better than the sheot co ing out of the senate.

  966. Chicon says:

    1013 – I am not a fan of turkey neck, but the problem is among the members.

  967. Tina says:

    Can ryan and ky drunk now pivot to taxes, or is that going to be a next year thingy?

  968. Bitterlaw says:

    Poster Trump thinks that President Trump is a Republican? For only the 11th time in 13 years at HHR, I will post LOL.

  969. Robbie says:

    Chicon says:
    June 27, 2017 at 4:19 pm
    1010 – imo, that divide has much more to do with legislative inaction than does any Trump distraction. Trump wants stuff to sign so he can brag; he doesn’t care what it says.

    – That’s fair, but I still think in moments like this it’s usually the president who steps in and resolves the disputes. And without any guidance, these squabbles will just go on and on.

    Pence will probably be the one who has to craft a compromise.

  970. Tina says:

    Well he has acted republican on illegal im immigration and regukations, until the bushies hijacked the party.

    Plus he is not for blowing up the me.

  971. Trump says:

    Check the ny state voter registration, dumbass.

    It is public record.

  972. Tina says:

    He has acted more republican, that rino on those issues. Reagan was just ok on ilkegal immigration, but he was ruined by 1986 law.

  973. Chicon says:

    1018 – from the comments of the members, it seems to me there’s been help from Trump. Senate going to see him now.

  974. Bitterlaw says:

    Zzzzzzz. Check his checkbook. Real Republicans don’t donate to Schumer and Hillary Clinton.

  975. Trump says:

    You really have problem with precision, don’t you, moron bitter?

  976. Bitterlaw says:

    Trump registered as a Republican to run. If Hillary had not been running in the Dem Primaries, I think he would have run as a Dem.

  977. Trump says:

    Check the definition of republican, idiot.

    There is no such thing as real or unreal republican.

    Unlike a fake lawyer.

  978. Robbie says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    June 27, 2017 at 4:27 pm
    Zzzzzzz. Check his checkbook. Real Republicans don’t donate to Schumer and Hillary Clinton.

    – Records show Trump donated to Kamala Harris as recently as 2013! His 2016 and 2020 opponents might both be people to whom he donated.

  979. Trump says:

    So he is a republican.

  980. Bitterlaw says:

    Donations to Schumer and Hillary are unforgivable.

  981. Bitterlaw says:

    Check my PA and New Jersey license status. My real name is the worst kept secret at HHR.

  982. Cash Cow TM says:

    The left says illegal aliens in the U.S. have constitutional rights.

    But a baby in utero for 8 months and 39 days does not.

    Unless it the baby in the womb and the mom is killed by someone shooting a gun, and then it is double murder charge, baby!

  983. Walt says:

    Played bridge today.

    At lunch we all join hands and offer grace.
    At the end, I added and please Lord, give me better cards. The others chuckled. I was serious.

    Prayers went unanswered.

    Finished next to last in total points for the day.

    God was very stingy with the good cards.
    Could not throw a brother a nice hand.

    I’m beginning to doubt God’s existence….

  984. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt – God is a Democrat. Susyque told us.

  985. Mr.Vito says:

    “The others chuckled.”

    That’s because they were cheating…

  986. ssq says:

    I said he is a Republican. GF…huh, bless your heart for being wrong.

  987. jason says:

    Trump isn’t a Republican or a conservative. Never was. Never will be.

    But he is President. I’ll take what I can get.

  988. Chicon says:

    Jason, this is how I have planned to approach the Trump experience – I focus a lot on what he does, less on what he says, little on how he says it, and not at all on what he used to say or do. Working for me, so far….

  989. NYCmike says:

    “Trump isn’t a Republican or a conservative. Never was. Never will be.”

    -Nor is he a Democrat, Liberal or otherwise.

    jason now writing exactly what I wrote a year ago.

    These times they are a-changing!

  990. jason says:

    Check the definition of republican, idiot.”

    I had my definition.

    Smaller government. Personal responsibility. Individual liberties. Free enterprise. Free trade. Pro-business. Low taxes. Peace through strength. Fight your enemies where they are, don’t wait for them to come to you. Support advancement on merit. Conservative judges who will follow the constitution. Second amendment. Energy independence.

    I understand that is not Trump’s agenda or the agenda of many who voted for him. It’s one of the reasons I am not longer a registered Republican.
    To the victors go the spoils.

    But it doesn’t mean I can’t support Trump where I think he deserves it.

  991. Tina says:

    I like trumps tweets though. He is own press secretary. The tweets are so on target.

  992. Jonesy says:

    I do to Tina. Tweets are the best way to avoid the Censored MSM.

  993. Jonesy says:

    GOPe Senators all looking for Bribes on Healthcare bill. Makes me sick

  994. NYCmike says:

    https://pjmedia.com/video/john-mcenroe-doubles-down-on-his-anti-pc-comment-about-serena-williams/

    -He was my favorite player back in the ’80’s, NOW he is showing again why honesty is the best policy.

    No need to apologize for a statement that you consider to be true, and is willing to see if he can be proven wrong.

    Combine the male and female tennis circuits into one, and let everyone play each other, with no regard for the anatomy of the individual. I have no issue with that, and neither does John Mac.

  995. gameboy says:

    Jonsey, They should just kill the bill. It’s just an enhanced version of Obamacare. If they don’t have the courage to do an outright appeal of obamacare they should leave it alone. Move on to Tax reform.

  996. Jonesy says:

    Trump ran on it gameboy. People want those mandates gone ASAP.

  997. lisab says:

    Jim Acosta?Verified account @Acosta 2h2 hours ago
    More
    Does this feel like America? Where the White House takes q’s from conservatives, then openly trashes the news media in the briefing room.

  998. NYCmike says:

    Jim Acosta is Robbie?

  999. lisab says:

    Baldwin said, “[L]et me just relay this to everyone, that apparently, from the Trump camp, there is another major announcement that Trump will make today as part of his pledge to ‘drain the swamp,’ we keep hearing ‘drain the swamp’ in Washington. He says, ‘If I’m elected president, I will push for a constitutional amendment to impose term limits on all members of Congress,’ correct me, there already are term limits, so what does he mean?

  1000. Tina says:

    James O’Keefe @JamesOKeefeIII
    ·
    4h

    That’s just the reaction we were expecting and it just punctuates the video we release about CNN tomorrow.
    Brian Stelter @brianstelter
    CNN PR just issued a statement about @JamesOKeefeIII’s undercover video, noting that this staffer isn’t involved in Russia or Trump coverage.

    More to come from cnn?

  1001. lisab says:

    yes, cnn has a special on russia tonight

  1002. lisab says:

    Theater That Put On Trump Assassination Play Gets New $100,000 Grant From National Endowment For The Arts

  1003. NYCmike says:

    “Theater That Put On Trump Assassination Play Gets New $100,000 Grant From National Endowment For The Arts”

    -Link, please.

  1004. lisab says:

    CNN to air ‘The Russian Connection: Inside the Attack on Democracy’ Tuesday night

    CNN will host a special documentary, “The Russian Connection: Inside the Attack on Democracy,” reported by CNN chief national security correspondent Jim Sciutto on Tuesday night.

    Sciutto, a veteran of the Obama State Department who came to CNN in 2014, “recounts and tracks the story of Russian hacks targeting the 2016 presidential election from the very beginning to the investigations still underway today and to new fears of Russian attacks on upcoming U.S. elections,” according to the network announcement.

  1005. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    In California the Republican effort to recall Democratic state senator Josh Newman is heating up.

    The recall supporters just turned in about 85,000 signatures. It only takes 63,596 valid signatures to force a recall election. If Newman is recalled, and a Republican replaces him, the Democrats lose their 2/3 majority, which is required to raises taxes and override a governor’s veto. Newman only won by 2,500 votes over Republican Ling Ling Chang. in 2016.

    http://www.breitbart.com/california/2017/06/06/outside-money-pours-into-newman-recall-driven-by-driver-discontent-over-gas-tax-vote/

  1006. lisab says:

    New York Shakespeare Festival (aka The Public Theater)
    $100,000 New York, NY
    Art Works – Theater & Musical Theater
    To support performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by The Public Theater. Performances will
    take place outdoors at Central Park’s Delacorte Theater, bringing together a diverse audience with
    renowned classical performers and young, emerging actors of all backgrounds and experience.

    https://www.arts.gov/sites/default/files/Spring_2017_State_List_FINAL3.pdf

  1007. BayernFan says:

    Trump is actually acting more Republican than we thought the past couple Republican Presidents would act…..let alone the last couple GOP nominees.

  1008. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “Trump is actually acting more Republican than we thought the past couple Republican Presidents would act…..let alone the last couple GOP nominees.”

    The last great Republican president was Reagan, who was also a former Democrat.

    Remember someone once saying, the most fervent anti-communists were former communists.

  1009. Tina says:

    More muh russian from cnn?

  1010. BayernFan says:

    SDC….. yup

  1011. lisab says:

    tina,

    yup, special tonight 10 pm et

  1012. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Poor Obama! Not only is he getting scrutiny for his inaction about Russian hacking, now the EU is attacking his puppeteer — Google:

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/2013/02/22/google039s_incestuous_ties_wobama_administration_302570.html

    “Google Slapped With $2.7 Billion EU Fine Over Search Results: EU orders Google to treat rival comparison-shopping services equally in its search results”

  1013. MichiganGuy says:

    MASSACHUSETTS
    Governor:
    Charlie Baker (R) 48%
    Maura Healey (D) 36%
    (WBUR/MassINC Polling Group, RV, 6/19-22)

    http://www.wbur.org/news/2017/06/27/wbur-poll-warren-baker-reelection-tax-proposals

  1014. Tina says:

    Lisab, I do not have cabke and woukd not watch cnn.

  1015. Bitterlaw says:

    However, Tina will express strong opinions about all of the shows and channels that she does not watch.

  1016. Tina says:

    […] “President Trump is the first president who has had neither political nor military experience; and thus it has been a challenge for him to learn how to interact with congress, and how to push his agenda forward.”

    “I also believe it would have been better if the president started with infrastructure, which has bipartisan support, rather than tacling a politically divisive and technically complex issue like healthcare.”

    ~ Senator Susan Collins

    Look how stupid, the maine chicklette is.

  1017. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 27, 2017 at 5:48 pm
    Jim Acosta is Robbie?

    NYCMike is Sean Hannity?

  1018. NYCmike says:

    “Look how stupid, the maine chicklette is.”

    -Agreed.

    GET OUT OF THE WAY, SUSAN!

    Government is the problem, NOT the solution!

  1019. NYCmike says:

    “NYCMike is Sean Hannity?”

    -Heh. SAD.

    The only time I mention Hannity, A GREAT AMERICAN, is in response to someone else mentioning him, like you just did.

    I am NOT on his Twitter feed, like you are on Acosta’s.

    Verdict: Robbie vs. Sanity – GUILTY

  1020. NYCmike says:

    “I am NOT on his Twitter feed”

    -But I may be on his groin, as I am on Trump’s.

    Is that correct, #HookLine&Sinker?

  1021. Robbie says:

    I would say #hookline&sinker applies to continually supporting Tea Party Senate candidates who have no chance of winning a general election.

  1022. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    June 27, 2017 at 7:58 pm

    I am NOT on his Twitter feed, like you are on Acosta’s.
    Verdict: Robbie vs. Sanity – GUILTY

    – Sorry to disappoint, but I do not follow Jim Acosta on Twitter. I follow Victoria’s Secret models Josephine Skriver, Sara Sampaio, Martha Hunt, Candice Swanepoel, and Izabel Goulart though. Much better content than any political reporter.

  1023. Tina says:

    Acosta has been doing a lot of whining about seats, etc. what is his take on the 3 cnn employees fired over fake news?

  1024. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1055. Anyone who may think demographics doom the GOP in California may want to keep an eye on the state senate recall race. Ling Ling Chan, an emigrant from Taiwan, stands a good chance of gaining the seat as a result of the recall.

    In San Diego, the up-and-coming Republican is a city councilmember, Chris Cate, whose father was a CHP officer, born in the Philippines.

    The person running the recall campaign is Carl DeMaio, a former San Diego city councilmember who is openly gay.

    Entrepreneurial people in California are beginning to rebel against the stagnant socialism of the Democrats in California. The fact that California political races are now “non-partisan”(two top placing candidates face each other regardless of party) may help things.

  1025. Mr.Vito says:

    Robbie gets lonely.

  1026. Tina says:

    Maine Chicklet translates

    D, i realky like obumbkercare.

  1027. Tina says:

    I like my s. Ca rs that shut down the wicket witchs townhall, dirty waters.

  1028. Tina says:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-06-27/podesta-meets-with-house-intelligence-panel-behind-closed-doors

    So, he could not or woukd not answer questions in an open session? It is only an open session if the witness is openly hostile to trump, like comedy?,

  1029. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    June 27, 2017 at 8:06 pm
    Robbie gets lonely.

    – I also follow the Pope, the Society of St. Pius X, Boeing, Airbus, American, Delta, United, Southwest, Royal Caribbean, and Titleist. In other words, a wide variety, but, sure, lets go with lonely.

  1030. lisab says:

    I follow Victoria’s Secret models Josephine Skriver, Sara Sampaio, Martha Hunt, Candice Swanepoel, and Izabel Goulart though.
    ———————–

    i thought robbie was gay?

  1031. Chicon says:

    Robbie, do you also follow MD and Author?

  1032. Paul says:

    I will not be silent until treasonous Trump is impeached for his collusion with Russia.

  1033. Mr.Vito says:

    “I also follow the Pope, the Society of St. Pius X, Boeing, Airbus, American, Delta, United, Southwest, Royal Caribbean, and Titleist. In other words, a wide variety, but, sure, lets go with lonely.”

    On second thought, let’s go with desperately lonely.

  1034. Phil says:

    This McCabe is a piece of work.

  1035. Tina says:

    Trump is a lying sack of crap.

  1036. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    June 27, 2017 at 8:38 pm
    I follow Victoria’s Secret models Josephine Skriver, Sara Sampaio, Martha Hunt, Candice Swanepoel, and Izabel Goulart though.
    ———————–

    i thought robbie was gay?

    – You seem nice. Guess since I’m not a fan of Trump, it’s open season on me. Noted.

  1037. Mr.Vito says:

    “I will not be silent until treasonous Trump is impeached for his collusion with Russia.”

    We can’t hear you.

  1038. Chicon says:

    1085 – sweet. Have fun.

  1039. Robbie says:

    Chicon says:
    June 27, 2017 at 8:39 pm
    Robbie, do you also follow MD and Author?

    – No. I follow news, politics, sports, and celebrities. I don’t even know MD’s name and wouldn’t follow him even if I did.

  1040. Tina says:

    2 investigations into him, phil. Not sure how the hatch act applies since he was not in office, so,he likelynskates there.

  1041. Tina says:

    His failure to recuse himself while looking into her thighness is worse imo.

  1042. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    June 27, 2017 at 8:42 pm
    Trump is a lying sack of crap.

    – I’m going to assume someone is stealing Tina’s name.

  1043. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1085.”I will not be silent until treasonous Trump is impeached for his collusion with Russia.”

    Your tongue is going to get tired.

  1044. Paul says:

    Trump declared worse president in the past hundred years.

  1045. lisab says:

    Guess since I’m not a fan of Trump, it’s open season on me.
    ——————————-

    actually i thought you were gay

  1046. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    June 27, 2017 at 8:51 pm
    Guess since I’m not a fan of Trump, it’s open season on me.
    ——————————-

    actually i thought you were gay

    – And where in the world would you have gotten that idea?

  1047. Paul says:

    Majority of Americans would give up booze to see Trump impeached, survey suggests

    Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/06/27/majority-of-americans-would-give-up-booze-to-see-trump-impeached-survey-suggests-6738997/#ixzz4lFo4BmXK

  1048. Paul says:

    When can we start punching Huckabee-Sanders?

  1049. lisab says:

    ooopsie … how about them patriots?

  1050. Walt says:

    Just back from the funeral home.

    Spent 2 hours and 15 minutes in line just to say a few words of condolences to the widow and son of a good man in our church who passed.

    He was 84. Died suddenly and peacefully on the night of he and his wife’s 61st wedding anniversary.

    RIP, Wayne.
    We will miss you.

  1051. Trump says:

    Sucking Jeb makes you gay, retard.

    Not that there is anything wrong with it.

  1052. Cash Cow TM says:

    Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R–WV) announced today that she will not vote for the health care bill in its present form.

  1053. Trump says:

    The only thing that makes someone a republican is the voter registration.

    Everything else is opinion.

  1054. Tina says:

    Gee, wonder who is stealing my handle?

  1055. Trump says:

    Not enough bribes for her, apparently.

  1056. Cash Cow TM says:

    Fourth of July is just around the corner.

    I am now seeing the obligatory news stories showing manikins getting their hands, arms and heads blown off by fireworks.
    ________________________
    All you fools, be safe out there during the fireworks season.

  1057. lisab says:

    North Korea said on Friday the death of Warmbier soon after his return home was a mystery and dismissed accusations that Warmbier had died because of torture and beating during his captivity as ‘groundless’.

    North Korea’s foreign ministry spokesman said Warmbier was ‘a victim of the policy of strategic patience’ of former President Barack Obama whose government

    never requested his release,

    according to comments carried by the official KCNA agency.

  1058. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1112. The Warmbier family said much the same as the North Koreans. Obama did nothing.

    “Warmbier was strongly critical of the Obama administration’s handling of his son’s case, however.

    “When Otto was first taken, we were advised by the past administration to take a low profile while they worked to obtain his release. We did so, without result,” he said.

    “Earlier this year, Cindy and I decided the time for strategic patience was over, and we made a few media appearances and traveled to Washington to meet with Ambassador Joe Yun at the State Department,” he continued. “It is my understanding that Ambassador Yun and his team, at the direction of the president, aggressively pursued resolution of the situation. They have our thanks for bringing Otto home.”

    Asked by a reporter if he felt the Obama administration should have done more to help, Warmbier replied, “I think the results speak for themselves.”

  1059. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1112. Obama was a loathsome individual, who was filled with hatred for the U.S. and its values.Someone on a blog said it best about his views, as well as the other leftist elites:

    “..Western elites are literally overcome with self-hatred. Those elites despise Western culture and history and they are absolutely convinced that for centuries the West has been so racist, sexist, homophobic, bigoted and imperialistic that Western society can never make amends for its multitude of sins.”