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Happy Fourth of July!

Celebrating the birth of a nation with the birth of a clean thread….

Posted by Dave at 11:06 am
Filed under: General | Comments (1,563)

1,563 Responses to “Happy Fourth of July!”

  1. Diamond Jim says:

    I

  2. Mr.Vito says:

    Why is Dave celebrating a racist film?

  3. jason says:

    “Robbie says:
    July 3, 2017 at 4:51 pm

    – Please, no one fall over dead with shock. I agree totally with Jason’s view on this.”

    Zzzzzzzz……

    Wouldn’t be the first moron to try to besmirch my reputation by agreeing with me.

    Other have tried these low blow tactics without success.

  4. Mr.Vito says:

    I’m Robbie

    O Imbiber
    Ire Bimbo

  5. Trump says:

    If you are agreeing with somebody, one of you is superfluous.

  6. jason says:

    If I wanted to be popular, I would regurgitate Wobbie’s posts over at DKos.

  7. jason says:

    I think the only view Wobbie ever posted here that was not shared by the NYT is that Jeb would have been a good President.

    But does anybody doubt that given the choice ONLY between the major contenders in the R race, the NYT would have picked Jeb as the the candidate they preferred?

  8. lisab says:

    well to be fair robbie (D) did predict mitch mcconnell would have a close senate race in 2014

    and it was fairly close compared to most congressional elections

  9. Trump says:

    All America’s enemies would have picked Jeb in phase 1.

    Of course, crooked grandma to roll over low-energy Jeb in phase 2

  10. Phil says:

    Illegal immigration is an act of love.

    All I needed to know about Jeb.

  11. Wes says:

    Robbie did repeatedly cite internals by the McConnell camp supposedly showing a close race to justify his Cassandra impersonation about McConnell’s chances in 2014. Of course a cursory examination of the state of the race would have indicated Grimes would lose decisively.

    Her lack of a real chance became obvious on Election Night when Rove among others was essentially declaring McConnell to be the winner without explicitly saying so before Kentucky closed all its polls.

    When even MSNBC decclared McConnell had won as soon as polls in Western Kentucky closed, the fact that Grimes had never had a realistic chance became apparent.

    Far more interesting to me is how Robbie eeyored basically every Republican running for Senate two years later. He was particularly doom laden in his remarks about Todd Young, who crushed Evan Bayh by nearly 10 points in Indiana despite trailing in DSCC internals by over 20 points in July.

  12. Wes says:

    Mitch McConnell Senate election history:

    1984-.4 points over incumbent Walter Huddleston

    1990-4 points in a still heavily Dem state

    1996-12 points over future Governor Steve Beshear even as Bill Clinton carried Kentucky

    2002-30 points over the daughter of a former Govdrnor

    2008-6 points in a disaster of a year for Republicans, especially in the Senate

    2014-15.5 points over heavily touted Dem recruit Alison Lundergan Grimes

    I can see why Robbie was doing everything but predicting Ragnarok for McConnell that year. It’s not as if the senior Senator from Kentucky knew how to win elections on potentially hostile ground.

  13. lisab says:

    Robbie says:
    October 29, 2014 at 5:48 pm
    Right now, I’d be happy with +6. I don’t know what’s going on in AK and KS is still a tie at best. Throw in the fact IA an CO are really tight and LA and GA are probably going to runoffs and there’s still a boatload of uncertainty right now.

    Heck, everything might get thrown into a tizzy tomorrow if Survey USA does it’s thing and shows Grimes leading. Honestly, I’m expecting that based on their previous polling here. They’ve been her godsend all year.

    So outside of WV, SD, MT, and AR, most of the key races are still on a razor’s edge. These races are tilting towards Republicans, but they aren’t cascading towards them yet.

  14. Bitterlaw says:

    I always took the “act of love” statement to mean that many illegals come here to benefit their families. That is largely true. That does not mean it should be allowed to continue.

  15. Wes says:

    Republican Senate gains in 2014:

    WV-+27
    AR-+17
    SD-+22
    MT-+18
    CO-+2
    IA-+8
    NC-+2
    AK-+2
    LA-+12

    It looks like a cascade to me.

    The closest Dem holds were as follows:

    NH-+3 (down from +7)

    VA-+1 (down from +31)

    The closest GOP holds were as follows:

    KY-+16
    KS-+11
    GA-+8

  16. Phil says:

    I know what he meant, Bitter. What bothered me about it was the fact that he felt compelled to throw out a justification for it. That in itself was a real window into his real attitude towards illegal immigration. He would have been as soft as Obama and the border would have every bit bit as porous under him. Of that I have absolutely no doubt.

    Good riddance to Jeb.

  17. Wes says:

    Al Franken and Jeff Merkley were the only Democrats to increase their previous showings in 2014 by the way. All others held steady or remained flat. Even Dick Durbin and Chris Coons–both representing solidly Dem states and facing low-tier GOP opposition–saw declines in their vote share from their previous showings, Durbin in particular dropping to just +10 after never previously having won by less than 15.

  18. Wes says:

    Should be “held steady or declined,” not remained flat.

  19. Phil says:

    Disappointing that Tester and Skyqueen have already secured reelection without our side firing a shot. In 2020 Republicans are going to wish they had those two seats as a cushion.

  20. Bitterlaw says:

    I thought Dems were going to have many seats to defend in 2018. Oh well.

  21. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #20- Phil
    Way too soon to predict.Had anyone heard of Joni Ernst(R-IA) at this time in the 2014 cycle?

  22. Phil says:

    ND and Indiana are the two states left that hold the best GOP prospects in 2018. I have seen no news on prospective recruits in those states. Montana and Mo. were two golden opportunities thrown down the crapper already.

  23. Phil says:

    Yes, Ernst certainly came out of nowhere. I suppose it’s possible, but she wasn’t facing an incumbent and the guy she was running against made a really stupid unforced error. She had help.

  24. Wes says:

    Phil, reports from Missouri are that AG Hawley is planning a run and locked up the donor base early, thus forcing Wagner to bow out.

    Wagner was my first choice, but if Hawley can clear the field by choking off the money supply, that’s not a bad thing as then another Akin can’t snake through and help Sky Queen win.

  25. Wes says:

    As far as Tester, once Handel won, an RNC source said a Republican who had previously declined a race was reeaxminig it. Since Duffy and Fox are the only high-profile recruits to bow out thus far, it must be one of them.

  26. Wes says:

    By the way, Hawley was the top votegetter in Missouri last year, even running ahead of Trump and is young and energetic. He would be a formidable opponent for McCaskill, who is increasingly at odds with her constituents on every issue.

  27. Wes says:

    Let’s also not forget, Phil, Missouri and Iowa have trended in tandem recently as states Dems can’t win in. That Ernst won decisively over Braley even with his gaffes presaged the collapse of the IADP in 2016. Similarly last year Dems expected to sweep MO’s statewide races and oust Roy Blunt. They failed across the board. That bodes poorly for Sky Queen.

  28. NYCmike says:

    Once again, I will predict now, with one caveat:

    Tester and McCaskill will both be defeated IF corporate tax rate gets lowered and they vote against it, and/or if there is another Supreme Court vacancy and they also vote against that person.

    Stop with the doom and gloom.

  29. Wes says:

    Also stop witth supporting NYCMike-approved candidates such as Dick Mourdock and Aaron Day.

  30. Phil says:

    What about ND? Berg again maybe?

  31. Jonesy says:

    Great info on the Senate, Wes. I also heard that the GOP did not Wagner’s seat to be open for some reason. Maybe the Dems had a good recruit in waiting.

    I will take a high up state office holder any day over a congressman.

    any news on North Dakota?

  32. Jonesy says:

    Phil are you dooming on the 4th? Just kidding

  33. Jonesy says:

    We have had many clowns like Murdoch, O’Donnell, akin etc.. but we also have had good recruits who were not up to it, Wes.

    Rehberg, Berg, Tommy Thompson etc…

  34. Phil says:

    Former governor, Marc Racicot would be a slam dunk in Montana, but of course he could have won the seat from a Democrat any time he wanted it since 2002. Not going to happen of course. Ne has chosen to make money in Washington instead and you cannot really blame him.

    Would e Tester’s worst nightmare.

  35. Mr.Vito says:

    If McCaskill runs, she loses.

    Next.

  36. Jonesy says:

    Montana is a small state. Hard to beat incumbents in very small states, they can shell out the pork

  37. Wes says:

    In North Dakota, Congressman Kevin Cramer has long been considered Heidi Heitkamp’s worst nightmare. However, a stupid comment about Hitler caused Republicans to look at a potential candidate from the State Senate.

    I’ve heard nothing since, so maybe Cramer’s statement has lost salience.

  38. Jonesy says:

    Phil I hope the GOP is not just going to play defense with the Senate, and focus on the House.

    2020 will be a tough year for the Senate races maybe, so they need a cushion now.

    I hope she retires in ND

  39. PresidentPaul! says:

    Kaepernick forgot to protest the fourth of July

    https://twitter.com/dolfanbandits/status/352949332191895552?lang=en

  40. Jonesy says:

    38. did not know that Wes. Thankfully ND does not have a Chicago or NY media

  41. Wes says:

    Pork can’t outrun alienating one’s constituents, Tom Daschle learned in 2004.

  42. PresidentPaul! says:

    Right wing psychopath Bill Gates warns that Germany’s open door policy to migrants will overwhelm Europe

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4665198/Bill-Gates-warns-open-door-migration-overwhelm-Europe.html

  43. PresidentPaul! says:

    Liberal lady joins George W. Bush’s ISIS group he created, and things aren’t going so well.

    Isis poster girl Sally Jones is ‘crying and wants to come back to UK’ from Syria

    The Isis poster girl from Kent who took her young son to wartorn Syria has been “crying and wants to get back to Britain”, it has been claimed.
    Former punk rocker Sally Jones – nicknamed the White Widow – became a key recruiter for the extremist group after travelling to Raqqa to marry jihadist Junaid Hussain.
    But the wife of another Isis jihadist, who only gave her name as Aisha, told Sky News that Jones wanted to come home but was being prevented from doing so by group leaders.

  44. Jonesy says:

    She commits treason and wants to come back home. Theresa May is dumb enough to allow it.

    Merkel would give her citizenship

  45. Jonesy says:

    Bill Gates is worried that the new migrants, will not be able to afford Windows 10

  46. Phil says:

    39 Jonesy, would love for her to retire but I imagine Chuckie isn’t going to allow it. You know Democrats. They don’t ever retire and give Republicans any gimmies. That is more the style on our side. Democrats are dedicated to taking and keeping power. They don’t always succeed (see current party composition in congress and state legislatures) but it isn’t due to their walking away from any senate seats. They play to win.

  47. PresidentPaul! says:

    Macron declares he will govern France like a Roman God

    French president Emmanuel Macron has declared he will govern France like Jupiter, the Roman king of the gods, shortly officials told the media his thought process was “too complex” for journalists to understand.
    Summoning over 900 politicians from both houses of the French parliament to a rare Congress at the palace of Louis XIV – the ‘Sun King’ – in Versailles.
    Such assemblies are usually reserved for times of national crisis, but the former banker used his to threaten to overrule lawmakers with a referendum if they try to frustrate the “reforms” he wishes to impose on the legislature.
    Reuters reports him as saying he desires to reign as a “Jupiterian” president – “a remote, dignified figure, like the Roman god of gods, who weighs his rare pronouncements carefully”.

  48. Jonesy says:

    47. Agreed Phil. The Democrats are street fighters, and thankfully Trump is too.

    But there have some Dem Retirements of safe seats that we did pick up in the last few years.

    Harkin in Iowa, Baucus in MT etc.. But I defer to Wes. He is the master, and a big reason why I come here

  49. Jonesy says:

    48. when Paris gets hit again (sadly), Macron will come back to earth

  50. PresidentPaul! says:

    50
    hail Lord Macaroni

  51. Wes says:

    Harkin retired becaise he was tired of the Senate. He probably would have beaten Ernst despite his partisan ID. Baucus had eroded his standing with Montanans and was a decided underdog for reelection. That’s why he quit.

  52. Jonesy says:

    Right Wes. Happy 4th everybody. Time to start drinking(and not Driving)

  53. janz says:

    SanDiegoCitizen,

    Your community of San Diego is looking feisty this weekend!

  54. janz says:

    A colorful and safe 4th of July to all HHRs!

  55. PresidentPaul! says:

    Happy Fourth

    Trump status: Unstumped
    Farage status: Unbararged

  56. PresidentPaul! says:

    San Francisco voters get retroactive shakedown from Unions
    San Francisco Fooled into Voting for $5.8 Billion Pension Spike

    Despite being Ground Zero for social justice warrior elites, San Franciscans always assumed they would never be ravaged by unions and crony liberal politicians spiking unfunded pensions, because the city’s century-old county charter required a public vote for any enhancement of a government benefit.
    ….
    According to a finding by the grand jury’s June 2017 report: “There are several causes for the underfunding of the Retirement System, but the main underlying cause is the retroactive retirement benefit increases implemented by voter-approved propositions between 1996 and 2008.”

  57. CashCow TM says:

    Yeah, Baby!

    We made it to the top of Spruce Knob–highest point in altitude in WV at nearly 4,900 feet above sea level. Stunning views….

    I have now been to the highest place in WV as well as the lowest (Harpers Ferry).

    Despite being in the 90s at home a few hours east, it was 67 degrees on top of Spruce Knob at 2 p.m.–even a few degrees cooler than that as we walked the trail to the tower at the tippy top.

  58. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    56. “SanDiegoCitizen,Your community of San Diego is looking feisty this weekend!”

    There is a lot of military and ex-military here. There are a lot of areas in San Diego County which Trump carried. The coastal city of Coronado, with a large military presence, went for Trump, as did many precincts near Camp Pendleton. A lot of areas in the county of San Diego did as well.

  59. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    I live in the city itself. My precinct went about 74% Clinton; precincts nearby went for Clinton 80-85%.

  60. CashCow TM says:

    “…does wv generate coal power and sell it to other states? it seems like that would be a great way to get around other states closing down their coal plants.”
    ____________________
    lisab,

    WV generates many bajigawatts of coal fired (produced) electricity and exports to many states on the east coast. Lots of big-assed power lines move it to east coast…

    Other states are closing down their coal fired plants DUE TO FEDERAL REGULATION (not acts passed by congress) and coal fired plants have been and are being shut down in WV for same reason.

    State of WV has lost about 20% of its state tax revenue due to unreasonable federal regulations regarding coal mining and coal fired power plants.

    That is one big reason why WV votes said “FU” to Obama, Hillary, etc.

  61. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Victor Davis Hanson provides one of the best defenses I have read to Trump’s tweets. He is as uncomfortable with them as many of us are, and would like to see them toned down–but understands their benefits.

    https://amgreatness.com/2017/07/02/trumps-high-stakes-tweeting/

    Agree with the person who was quoted as saying about Trump: “At least he fights.”

  62. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    63. Hi Cow, I have heard that WV is starting to produce a lot of natural gas. Is that true?

  63. Nobbie says:

    I think we can safely say Trump will make the 2018 elections a disaster for the Republicans

  64. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Great comment attached to the Victor Davis Hanson article:

    Quote from Hanson:
    “But considering that I have been urging just such pruning of tweets as a matter of strategy for Trump for a long time and that I have been mostly wrong about the downsides of his twitter invective for just as long, perhaps the president knows something I don’t.”

    Comment by Reader:
    Trump did spend decades of his life as a leading tabloid figure in the world’s biggest media market, while also raking in billions of $$$ from his various media properties, so I would suggest that he probably knows more than most of his critics.

    In fact, I think this is probably why so many in the media despise him – he was something of a peer in the same industry and he obviously understands it better than they do (Seriously, could anyone see Jeff Zucker successfully running for public office?) so their hostility is really just an expression of common professional jealousy.

  65. Hugh says:

    Phil. I believe mccaskill loses no matter who runs. Assuming they don’t pull a Todd akin moment

  66. Cash Cow TM says:

    “Hi Cow, I have hea
    rd that WV is starting to produce a lot of natural gas. Is that true?
    ********(((((((((((*********************
    Sandy Eggo,

    Yes the increase in amount of NatGas being fracked in WV is astounding. They are having to replace fairly new 12 inch collection lines with 30 inch or more collection lines.

    Of course the enviros oppose it too, as it is a fossil fuel.

    Some WV power plants have converted from coal to NatGas.

    5 or 6 MAJOR big pipelines have been in the works–thousands of miles to carry the gas from WV fields to east coast (VA, NC, etc.) Problem is you have to get every mile approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

    As recently as 2015 (Obama presidency), 1600 miles of proposed pipelines was submitted for FERC approval. That year, FERC approved 4 miles.

    Two vacancies currently on FERC that need to be filled so they can act to approve more miles of pipelines.

    One billion dollar cracker plant is being built in PA not far from WV that will use WV ans well as PA NatGas. Another cracker plant was landed by Ohio and will be built close to the Ohio River that WV and OH share. (WV owns the Ohio R., BTW and has been selling off large mineral rights plots beneath the Ohio R.)

  67. PresidentPaul! says:

    Agree with the person who was quoted as saying about Trump: “At least he fights.”

    ——————–

    At least he isn’t there to steal money like Jason Chaffetz (and most of them)

  68. Cash Cow TM says:

    No entrance fee to drive the many miles long of nice paved road to get to top of Spruce Knob (highest point in WV and only 5 states East of Mississippi River have higher peaks).

    No entrance fee to access WV’s Spruce Knob Lake (located about 6-8 miles from Spruce Knob.

    No entrance fee to enter WV’s Canaan State Park…

  69. Walt says:

    Cow forgot to mention that we also were driving blind as we decided to play like Columbus and took a 20-mile dirt and gravel road (not on the map) over the mountains to get to the next hard surface N/S road instead of going back the way we came in order to get to Canaan Valley State Park.

    During the drive on that dirt road, we just for fun plugged in the Garmon and it said:

    “WTF? Where the hell ARE you?”

  70. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    69. Thanks for the information Cow. A good thing I can say for Trump as president is he is sweeping away a lot of the crazy regulations Obama enacted regarding energy production.

  71. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    People forget that the Obama said his energy plan would cause “out of necessity’ energy prices to skyrocket.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlTxGHn4sH4

    Where was the media outrage at the time for the effects on the poor? On his post-presidency travels to the haunts of his favor billionaires, imagine Obama is now not talking to many poor people.

  72. NYCmike says:

    “But I defer to Wes. He is the master, and a big reason why I come here”

    -I’ll chalk this up to Jonesy having too many Yuenglings……he must not have been around on Election Night 2014 when Wes soiled his briefs, along with MD.

    Cheers.

  73. Cash Cow TM says:

    Well…let me be the first to wish everyone a glorious and happy 5th of July.

    (and be sure to celebrate by drinking some milk)

  74. Tina says:

    Richard Granell the un ambassador asked that cnn correct itself and they said no. Granell is respected among noth parties and he worked for,presidemt bush.

  75. janz says:

    Very “clarifying” reading —> Flattened: Disintermediation Goes Global, via The American Interest.

    One of the opening excerpted quotes is insightful:

    “He (Trump) is the Uber of politics. He is disintermediating, disrupting, displacing the traditional power structures at every level. And all of these people are deeply upset and uncomfortable, just like taxi drivers.”

    …hence, everyone in the usual old power hierarchies (the media, pundits, elite politicians etc.) hate him, and want to get rid of him as fasts as they can.

  76. janz says:

    #78 CNN is becoming more loony by the day.

  77. JC says:

    Wow. CNN just threatened to publish the identity and personal info of the reddit user who made the WWE gif if he didn’t change his ‘ugly behavior’ – which is illegal btw.

    CNN just committed a crime violating § 135.60 of the New York criminal code “coercion”
    https://twitter.com/JulianAssange/status/882430554544713728

    Along with that, they called the_donald subreddit an ‘anti-semitic forum’, which is a flat out ridiculous lie. As someone who frequents the subreddit often, I know for a fact that the forum is extremely pro-Israel and Bibi is one of their favorite political figures. And if you search the word ‘jew’ through their archives you’ll find that all of the top upvoted posts are pro-jewish in nature.

    CNN is straight up liars.

  78. JC says:

    This is what CNN actually published.

    CNN is not publishing “HanA**holeSolo’s” name because he is a private citizen who has issued an extensive statement of apology, showed his remorse by saying he has taken down all his offending posts, and because he said he is not going to repeat this ugly behavior on social media again. In addition, he said his statement could serve as an example to others not to do the same. CNN reserves the right to publish his identity should any of that change.

    I hope this goes to court.

  79. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    80. “Very “clarifying” reading —> Flattened: Disintermediation Goes Global, via The American Interest.”

    Hi Janz, interesting article. Takes some time to comprehend it meaning. Always have enjoyed reading American Interest.

  80. Tina says:

    Larry Schweikart @LarrySchweikart
    ·
    14h

    You know the Dems are in really, really bad shape when Dennis Kucinich is the sanest person they have.

    Lol

  81. NYCmike says:

    Just read that VDH piece – I think he was speaking DIRECTLY to Robbie:

    “I would urge the president to stop tweeting about nothings and to keep his powder dry for bigger game to come than Joe and Mika. But considering that I have been urging just such pruning of tweets as a matter of strategy for Trump for a long time and that I have been mostly wrong about the downsides of his twitter invective for just as long, perhaps the president knows something I don’t.”

  82. mnw says:

    MO Senate: Rep. Ann Wagner will NOT run against McCaskill. That means GOP AG Hawley looks to be the favorite for the GOP nomination.

    Contra most pundits, I think that’s a good thing. I was very impressed with Hawley’s campaign skills, & as a movement conservative (former law prof), I think he’s more likely to fire up the GOP base than Wagner.

    I wonder if Wagner made her unexpected decision not to run because she didn’t want to face Hawley in a primary. I always thought Wagner was a little too ladies-who-lunch suburban-y to be a good fit for the MO GOP.

  83. mnw says:

    Wagner could’ve self-funded, though.

  84. Bitterlaw says:

    Back to work, slackers.

  85. Bitterlaw says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4666514/NYPD-officer-shot-just-midnight-Bronx.html

    Truly awful story. The cop-hating Mayor tried to say the right things.

  86. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt was one of the “Bastards” at HHR. Care to explain this gift from North Korea?

    http://nypost.com/2017/07/04/kim-jong-un-says-icbm-is-a-gift-to-american-bastards/

  87. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #83- JC
    JWF claims that the CNN GIF-maker is a CHILD.

    https://twitter.com/JammieWF/status/882570214310903810

  88. NYCmike says:

    https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jul/05/sex-robots-promise-revolutionary-service-but-also-risks-says-study

    -I have a friend who decided in his 20’s that he did not want to be a father. He did not want to raise children in this world. I disagreed with him.

    Stories like this may make me start to re-evaluate….

  89. Wes says:

    Sex robots?

    Ggggrrrr…

    Develop some social skills and find girlfriends, guys. That’s better than appliance-based sex.

  90. mnw says:

    Drudge always provides me with the VERY latest news regarding sex robots, sex androids, cyber sexbots, AI virtual sex. One-stop shopping!

  91. Cash Cow TM says:

    Mr. VEE-TOE,

    Nice letter rescramble of “I’m Robbie”

  92. MichiganGuy says:

    Poll: Majority of voters back Trump travel ban

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/05/trump-travel-ban-poll-voters-240215

  93. Bitterlaw says:

    Great photos from Philadelphia. My favorites are the ones of people who went through the immigration process legally to become American citizens. Welcome.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/entertainment/Fourth_of_July_2017.html?photo_31

  94. janz says:

    #94. Agree with that advice. However, social skills, let alone “contact” is becoming extinct, in lieu of the attraction to more remote contact via social media.

  95. Diamond Jim says:

    C

  96. janz says:

    #84. Thanks SDC. I’m glad you liked it, and agree that, due to it’s length and complexity of content, is not a quick nor easily digestible read.

  97. jason says:

    Evidently CNN has hunted down the video maker and his handle is HanAs•holeSolo.

    Let it be clear he is not an A-hole as defined in the Philly A-hole Club Charter

  98. Wobbie says:

    Poll: Majority of voters back Trump travel ban”

    Don’t believe it.

    My sources say 90% hate it and 10% dislike it.

  99. Wobbles says:

    Wobbie is an impostor.

    My highly reliable MSM sources actually say 88% hate it, and 12% are Trump loving rednecks.

  100. NYCmike says:

    http://dailysignal.com/2017/07/03/im-pediatrician-transgender-ideology-infiltrated-field-produced-large-scale-child-abuse/

    -Something tells me that $$$ are at the center of this, as these “conversions” are quite expensive.

    Must be the “deadenders” fault….

  101. Rob B. says:

    I’m neither Wobbie nor Wobbles.

  102. Broccoli Rabe says:

    I also disavow Robbie.

  103. MSM says:

    We own all rights to Robbie.

  104. Journos says:

    Lay off Robbie.

    True believers are hard to come by.

  105. Robb E. says:

    Nice blog you have here.

  106. Diamond Jim says:

    Schmitt House

  107. Senators Buck, Miller, COD, Akin, and Mourdock says:

    Must be the “deadenders” fault….”

    Don’t blame deadenders for anything.

    We love them.

  108. NYCmike says:

    Slow news day……Robbie still searching…..his “sources” are trying to get the exclusive picture of Putin forcing Trump to tweet something about Rachel Maddow…..

  109. Nobbie says:

    Evidently CNN has hunted down the video maker and his handle is HanAs•holeSolo.

    For the first time in history cnn is threatening to publish the name of an anonymous source…

  110. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump “Trade between China and North Korea grew almost 40% in the first quarter. So much for China working with us – but we had to give it a try!”

  111. lisab says:

    cnn and the meme maker

    http://i.imgur.com/JEhlfav.png

  112. Wes says:

    Amazingly RRH isn’t declaring Goetterdammerung in MO because Wagner bowed out but is viewing the announcement as her being s team player to avoid a potentially resource-draining primary:

    July 5, 2017 at 12:06 pm
    I think we saw the writing on the wall with this with donors talking about getting Hawley to run. What this shows is Wagner is a team player and handled this in a very mature, politically smart way that helps everyone involved. Contrast Wagner’s actions with someone like Charlie Crist when things didnt go the way he wanted.
    Follow me on Twitter: @Izengabe_

  113. NYCmike says:

    My opinion: Wagner thought there was more money, power, and opportunity available to her as a ranking chairperson than as 1 of 100 Senators.

    Good for her.

  114. lisab says:

    cnn is the msm of peace 🙂

  115. Wes says:

    There’s no such thing as a “ranking chairperson,” Mikey.

    It’s Chairman–head of a committee–or Ranking Member–most senior minority member on a committee.

    It’s amazing how you think Wagner bowed out for a nonexistent committee position.

  116. lisab says:

    a buzzfeed “employee” also did something stupid today, (not sure if this is true, but it is all over twitter)

    she asked for help to reveal the names and info of all 4chan users who support trump

    needless to say, that did not go over well with the hackers who live on 4chan

  117. lisab says:

    Holy crap. CNN did it. They leaked HanAsshileSolos true identity. Fk them. He should sue the crap out of them … His name is …

    Seth Rich
    ———————————-

    joke going around on reddit

  118. lisab says:

    Julian Assange: A multi-billion dollar TV network blackmailing a private citizen into not making funny videos about it is not journalism,

  119. jason says:

    So Wagner is a team player….

    Wobbie hardest hit… his theory was she didn’t run because no R can win in 2018 (he knows this already like he knew Jeb Bush was going to “clear the field”)

  120. jason says:

    Wow, can it be that I could possibly one day agree with anything a scumbag like Assange said?

    I guess it was bound to happen. Law of averages.

  121. Trump says:

    I lied about Russia.

  122. jason says:

    I hope they don’t start investigation all A-holes trying to identify this guy.

    Well, they will get to the big city A-holes before they come here.

  123. jason says:

    Slow news day……Robbie still searching…..”

    I am surprised he hasn’t jumped on the “Trump didn’t see his limo on the tarmac” yet.

    A great opportunity for him to claim Trump is “incapacitated”.

    Or maybe it will be called “limogate”.

  124. NYCmike says:

    “It’s amazing how you think Wagner bowed out for a nonexistent committee position.”

    -Thanks for that correction, Wes.

    I am glad to know such an informed, intelligent and interesting person such as yourself that will take the time out of his day to correct one of my many daily errors.

    It is much appreciated, and I am rewarded by your mere existence.

    Cheers.

  125. blobble says:

    Report: White House team led search for teen who made satire vid, tracking him down for “ugly behavior” and threatening him with international exposure if he does it again.

  126. jason says:

    Yup, just a “grandstander”……..”

    How unfair.

    Your forgot deadender moron.

  127. jason says:

    Wobbie just tweeted that he has abandoned the search for Jeb’s real killer temporarily to search for the CNN a-hole.

    He has run into some headwinds however, just in his neighborhood he has already identified 496 a-holes.

    However if something important breaks like Trump calling a kielbasa a hotdog in Poland he will be here faster than a fly on horsecrap.

  128. NYCmike says:

    “Your forgot deadender moron.”

    -I also “forgot” to look at all of the links where Senators like McCain, Flake, Collins, etc submit bills and/or amendments which would make the healthcare market more of a free, market-based system.///

  129. NYCmike says:

    http://twitchy.com/sd-3133/2017/07/05/whoa-ted-cruz-may-have-some-very-bad-news-for-cnn-after-cnnblackmail/

    -MORE “grandstanding”…….with “friends” like jason, Cruz shows how worthy he is!

  130. jason says:

    I was never a fan of Ted Cruz, if I still lived in TX I certainly would not have voted for him in the primary when he ran for the senate.

    That being said, I would have voted for him in the senate GE and said many times I thought he was ok for Texas and was fairly representative of his constituents.

    No longer. After he chose to make himself irrelevant in the senate and reduced himself to another Rand Paul who likes to grandstand, make bombastic statements, and take no responsibility for governing, if a credible non-deadender opponent primaries him in Texas I will certainly send him/her money.

    And NYC won’t be able to whine, after all, anyone has the “right” to primary sitting senators, even if it means they will be replaced by liberal Dems.

    In this case, of course, Cruz would just be replaced by a Republican who actually wants to do something for the country beyond preening on TV.

  131. jason says:

    Yeah, let’s have an up and down vote on Ted Cruz’s “bill” and see if it gets 10 votes.

  132. mnw says:

    RE: Wagner, Hawley & Sky Queen:

    RRH DID say that “Wagner’s decision is another tough blow for the RSC” (words to that effect). So, RRH is still doing their RRH thing. Like I say, RRH would’ve talked Grant into surrendering at Appomattox.

    I watched Hawley in ’16. He’s good. I’m SOOOO glad McC is determined to run again. Stay right there, Clair.

    As a well-regarded law professor, I don’t see Hawley as being gaffe-prone, either.

  133. Wes says:

    Correction, Jason:

    Mikey doesn’t believe in yhe right of Deadenders to primary other members of the party. He believes in the right of the Deadenders to remove the voters from the selection process by making activist conventions dominated by likeminded Deadenders the sole means of selecting candidates for office.

  134. NYCmike says:

    “I was never a fan of Ted Cruz, if I still lived in TX I certainly would not have voted for him in the primary when he ran for the senate.”

    -Yes, you do seem like a DEWHURST type……conservative has a drastically different meaning……always see government programs that “can be improved”.

  135. NYCmike says:

    “And NYC won’t be able to whine, after all, anyone has the “right” to primary sitting senators, even if it means they will be replaced by liberal Dems.”

    -I would GLADLY watch you waste your money trying to get rid of Ted Cruz in a primary.

    I would buy Newmans Organic Popcorn for that……

  136. NYCmike says:

    Wes chimes in with his inane comments about free citizens disagreeing with him on how best to have representatives be chosen in their respective state, per the law in our federal system of government.

  137. NYCmike says:

    I bet Cruz would not mind a primary challenge as well….

  138. Wes says:

    Once again Mikey exhibits his contempt for voters by cheerleading for their elimination from candidate selection processes.

    Great job, Il Mikey!

    Washed your black shirts today?

  139. NYCmike says:

    “in our federal system of government.”

    -Yes, the truly “intelligent” ones are usually the most resistant.

    Those, like Wes, think they know better…..one more reason to applaud the Founding Fathers, who mixed great intellect with a healthy dose of humility.

  140. Wes says:

    Let’s see…

    I think voters should choose their nominees.

    Il Mikey agrees with Bunu conventions dominated by activist Deadenders should bypass the voters and be the arbiters of the nominees.

    Who lacks humility again?

  141. NYCmike says:

    Wes: “I think voters should choose their nominees……as long as they do it the way I want them to.”

    Mike: I understand that voters in different states may look to choose their representatives in different ways.

  142. NYCmike says:

    “Who lacks humility again?”

  143. St.Augustine says:

    Do you wish to be great? Then begin by being. Do you desire to construct a vast and lofty fabric? Think first about the foundations of humility. The higher your structure is to be, the deeper must be its foundation.

  144. Wes says:

    Benito Mikeylini, name one time I’ve said voters should be able to choose nominees I agree with. You can’t because you’re telling a goddamn lie.

    I reserve the right to criticize the voters’ judgment when they make stupid choices–see O’Donnell, Christine; Akin, Todd; and your BFF, Dick the Misogynist Bastard Mourdock–but I’ll be damned if I’ve ever said they shouldn’t have the ability to choose their nominees from anyone wanting to appear on the ballot.

    You on the other hand have expressed delight both Ken Cuccinelli and Mike Lee eliminated their competition from the process without those contemptible pests known as voters.

    Of course given how the Tea Party got its collective ass handed to it post-2012 because of the candidates you support, I can see why you have a problem with voters.

  145. NYCmike says:

    Wes calls me a fascist at the same time that he argues that ALL states should think EXACTLY like he does……..I love this place!

  146. Wes says:

    I understand that voters in different states may look to choose their representatives in different ways.

    How exactly did voters choose the nominees in UT-Sen in 2010 and VA-Gov in 2013, Benito Mikeylini, when they never got the chance to make a choice among the candidates?

    Before Jason comes on here with his raging hard-on for Cuccinelli, I’m not arguing Bolling or Bennett would have won a primary. I’m merely saying voters should have had the right to accept or reject them.

    The authoritarian wing of the GOP, as represented by Il Mikey, euphemistically calls denying voters that right “choos[ing] their candidate in different ways.”

  147. Wes says:

    Wes says voters should always have the right to choose their nominees.

    Il Mikey says activists should supersede the right of voters to choose among candidates.

    Then he wonders why I compare his beliefs to those present in the government of Fascist Italy.

    Hm…

    Let’s examine that, shall we?

  148. Jonesy says:

    Cuccinelli blew the 2013 Va Race, and then became a vocal Never Trumper.

    Deadender on both ends

  149. News You Can Use says:

    Washed your black shirts today?

    Don’t mix them in with your tighty whiteys!!!

  150. blobble says:

    Project Veritas?
    @Project_Veritas
    Follow
    More
    Project Veritas Retweeted Laura Loomer
    @LauraLoomer w/ #Veritas caught on camera Syrian Refugees admitting to using fake passports to get in to the US. The MSM wouldn’t report.

  151. lisab says:

    lol

    cnn posts lincoln quote … only he did not say it 🙂

    they cannot win today

  152. Mr.Vito says:

    On HHR you can see two people grandstanding about who is more humble.

    Neat.

  153. NYCmike says:

    Mr Vito,

    The Founding Fathers + Wes = slightly more than two people.

    But, I appreciate your observation, nonetheless.

  154. lisab says:

    Vatican police break up ‘gay orgy’…

    where is robbie? 🙂

    (cheap shot i know, but this is hhr)

  155. NYCmike says:

    Ok, since that is now settled, let’s get on to defeating more Democrats, and to fighting them harder than do Dewhurst-type Republicans fight against government relinquishing control of certain business markets.

  156. Tina says:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-immigration-poll-idUSKBN19Q2FW

    Rottie and drats oppose travel ban. Thir number is in the 40s.

  157. Wes says:

    By fighting and defeating Democrats, you mean tossing away elections by running Deadender Indies specifically to elect moonbats and saying God intends pregnancy as a result of rape.

    I’m not sure how those are viable strategies for enacting a conservative agenda, but, hey, it’s your delusion.

  158. jason says:

    I would GLADLY watch you waste your money trying to get rid of Ted Cruz in a primary.”

    I don’t mind spending money for a good cause.

  159. jason says:

    Yes, you do seem like a DEWHURST type……conservative has a drastically different meaning……always see government programs that “can be improved”.

    I think that is more like YOUR candidate…

    “Scott Pelley: The uninsured person is going to be taken care of how?

    Donald Trump: They’re going to be taken care of. I would make a deal with existing hospitals to take care of people. And, you know what, if this is probably–

    Scott Pelley: Make a deal? Who pays for it?

    Donald Trump: –the government’s gonna pay for it.”

  160. jason says:

    Redstate says maybe CNN is targeting the wrong a-hole.

  161. Tgca says:

    OMG! This is just awful. HHR needs to employ op research and determine LisaB’ identity and reserve the right to out her identity unless she apologizes to Robbie and promises to never to make such hurtful comments ever again.

    163
    lisab says:
    July 5, 2017 at 6:01 pm
    Vatican police break up ‘gay orgy’…

    where is Robbie?

  162. lisab says:

    hi tgca

    i am sorry, i never should have suggested someone would invite robbie to an orgy

  163. Bitterlaw says:

    Tg is back. We can finally discuss ABORTION!

  164. Bitterlaw says:

    On HHR you can see two people grandstanding about who is more humble.

    Neat.

    Nobody is more humble than I am and I am damn proud of it.

  165. Bitterlaw says:

    Redstate says maybe CNN is targeting the wrong a-hole.

    That could be a felony.

  166. jason says:

    Yes, he will need a lawyer…

  167. jason says:

    Nobody is more humble than I am and I am damn proud of it.”

    GFY

    I have been the most humble person here for 10 years. And not only humble….knowledgeable, entertaining, insightful, perceptive, incisive, intelligent, profound… I could go on and on but I am just too humble.

  168. Bitterlaw says:

    GFY, Jason. I am so humble that I did not even point out how humble I am until tonight.

  169. Tina says:

    It’s official! Trump’s WWE tweet is now his most retweeted and liked tweet of all time! The previous record was 339K RTs and 568K likes!

    Jebot trigerred…

  170. Tina says:

    Get off twitter, trump.

    Maggie says so.

  171. Tina says:

    Whoops, cnn got wromg person.

    They cannot mafia either.

  172. jason says:

    The only reason Wobbie opposes Trump’s tweets is that it interferes with his Pravda fetish.

    He hates any competition to the MSM narrative even more than he hates Trump.

  173. jason says:

    GFY, Jason. I am so humble that I did not even point out how humble I am until tonight.”

    Zzzzzzz…

    The only thing that has kept me from building a huge statue to honor my humbleness is my humbleness.

  174. Cash Cow TM says:

    Honk!

  175. NYCmike says:

    MD has NOT posted since June 21……I wonder if his wife pushed him too far, and he finally woke up…..

  176. NYCmike says:

    is that Cow or Goose?

  177. wvally says:

    It’s official! Trump’s WWE tweet is now his most retweeted and liked tweet of all time!

    ***

    Funny. CNN hunting down the creator probably pushed it over the top.

  178. Cash Cow TM says:

    We went up to Dolly Sods in WV Today.

    Rugged beauty.

    Seneca Rock was used as a place to train the 10th mountain division priot to the D-Day invasion.
    Dolly Sods was used as an artillery training range during WW II.

  179. wvally says:

    Cash Cow were headed to Marshall U this weekend and thinking of taking the middle route through the state–is Dolly Sods very far off 48?

  180. Bitterlaw says:

    I am so humble, I don’t need to be recognized for it. Jason needs the title Most Humble. He can have it.

  181. wvally says:

    I’ve never been humble.

    But I’m supremely laid back.

  182. Cash Cow TM says:

    WVally,

    Dolly Sods is actually hard to find–not very good signage on the main roads. Maybe you could google directions….

    Corridor H 4-lane takes you from Wardensville to near Davis, WV.

    Dolly Sods would be about 20 miles south of Davis on Rte. 32. It would be best to stop and ask directions in Davis about best way to get up to Dolly Sods.

    One way is: Several miles after passing the entrance to Canaan Valley State Park (on the right heading south) Laneville Road goes off to the left (right after you go downhill and curve to the right through a big red rock cut in Rte. 32. That paved road eventually turns into a dirt road that takes you way on top of Dolly Sods. It would take at least 1/2 hour or so to get from Rte. 32 all the way up to Bear Rock.

    Another way to get to Dolly Sods is exit Corridor H at Patterson’s Creek and head toward Petersburg and take Rte. 33 south toward Seneca Rock. About 10 miles before you get to Seneca Rock, turn right onto hard surfaced Jordan Run Road. That road eventually turns into a dirt/gravel road further up. From Rte. 33, that way up to top of Dolly Sods at Bear Rock would also take you at least 1/2 hour.

  183. Cash Cow TM says:

    Walt and I use a WV road map when we travel.

  184. wvally says:

    Thx CC!

  185. Paul says:

    I am up at 3:00 am watching the press conference of Trump in Poland. He really is an embarrassment. I weep for our once great nation.

  186. Wes says:

    No more so than I did when Barack Obama made the US look weak and ineffectusl on the international scene for eight full years, Paul.

  187. Diamond Jim says:

    CC

  188. NYCmike says:

    +1

  189. NYCmike says:

    “Several miles”

    -Are those “country miles” or regular miles?

  190. Trump says:

    If you are up at 3 am watching a ho-hum press conference, our great nation mocks you.

  191. PresidentPaul! says:

    The struggle is real for the resistance

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499340438804.png

  192. Phil says:

    Yeah, Trump is a real embarrassment all right. Imagine, a president who actually stands with Poland and other East European countries who are friendly to the US. Obama would be kicking dirt all over Poland and any other country that likes likes us. Hell, Obama didn’t like this country so why would he like any other country that likes us. He liked hanging out with leaders of countries like France that sneered at us.

  193. Bitterlaw says:

    I was listening to the BBC yesterday. They said that Trump was stopping in Poland on his way to Germany. He had to fly past Germany to get to Poland. Did Obama mess with the GPS on Air Force One? We need a Special Prosecutor.

  194. Phil says:

    LOL

  195. Bitterlaw says:

    How is your wife doing, Phil? How are you doing?

  196. lisab says:

    newly discovered photo suggests amelia earhart might have survived and been captured, and later killed, by the japanese

  197. Phil says:

    not bad, Bitter. Thanks. Another battery of maintainance chemo coming up, but we’re good. The wife has had a good week and is feeling ok.

  198. Bitterlaw says:

    Breaking News – Amelia Earhart escaped the Japanese and warned FDR about Pearl Harbor attack on December 1, 1941. He wanted the war so he had her imprisoned at Fort Knox. She escaped in 1963 and was on the grassy knoll in Dallas as JFK’s motorcade drove by.

  199. lisab says:

    well you can see the blurry photo yourself … amelia is the one with her back to the camera …

    oh yeah, did i mention it is from cnn?

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/05/us/new-amelia-earhart-photo-trnd/index.html

  200. Bitterlaw says:

    lisab – That photo is pretty clear evidence. Unless it was Mary Pickford. Or Bette Davis. Or my grandmother.

  201. Bitterlaw says:

    North Korea? Zzzzzzzz. Who is going to step up and solve this feud?

    http://pagesix.com/2017/07/05/why-theres-still-bad-blood-between-jay-z-and-kanye/

  202. Cash Cow TM says:

    Honk!

    Rainy here in the park.

    We had planned to hike and harrass the deer and molest the geese And dodge the bears…..

  203. Gelt Goose says:

    molest the geese

    HONK!!!

  204. Cash Cow TM says:

    And othwise irritate the wildlife.

  205. Cash Cow TM says:

    Measurements in country miles.

  206. Mr.Vito says:

    Tucker Carlson

    CNN and pro wrestling could not be more different. One is an entertainment venture that promotes over-the-top fictional narratives and rigs its fights – the other is WWE.

  207. jason says:

    I am up at 3:00 am watching the press conference of Trump in Poland. He really is an embarrassment. I weep for our once great nation.”

    People who can’t accept the results of the election will spare themselves no amount of torture to keep on not accepting.

    Couldn’t happen to nicer morons.

  208. jason says:

    After seeing that clear picture of Amelia Earhart its easy to see how CNN concluded Trump colluded with the Russians.

    Their extrapolation powers are legendary.

  209. jason says:

    Reasons the Japanese killed Amelia Earhart

    – They figured she was on a bombing run several years before the war started.

    – She was critical of sticky rice.

    – She said “being a Kamikaze is easy, surviving a plane crash is harder”.

    – She said “where I am from we call sushi bait”

    – Her comment that “Japanese tourists take too many pictures” was considered an insult to the Emperor.

  210. Wes says:

    The evil Representative Scott Desjarlais (R-forced abortion) is seeking reelection. He may be the kind of guy only NYCMike and Bunu can like, but he’s sneaked through already because nonodious Republicans have split his primary opposition. I certainly hope only one Republican primaries Desjarlais this time so as to take him out.

  211. Jonesy says:

    Wes, he will just bribe another Republican to run to split the vote again

  212. Jonesy says:

    CNN has another photo of Earhart, Elvis, and Big Foot dancing and partying on the Island

  213. lisab says:

    actually i think this cnn story is more plausible than the russian collusion story

  214. lisab says:

    btw since when have the democrats worried about russia?

    i am pretty sure at least half could not find it on a map

  215. jason says:

    actually i think this cnn story is more plausible than the russian collusion story”

    Well, heck is the bar is THAT low….

  216. jason says:

    btw since when have the democrats worried about russia?”

    btw since when have the democrats worried about russia?”

    Like when Obama told Romney in the debate “the Cold War has been over for 20 years”

  217. Wes says:

    Obama to Romney on the subject of Russia in 2012:

    The 1980s called. They want their foreign policy back.

    Democrats in 2017:

    Russia is evil and fixed the election to elect their Manchurian candidate, Donald Trump.

    Hm…

  218. Wes says:

    By the way, isn’t it amazing how Mitt Romney was 100% right in his 2012 predictions while Obama was absolutely wrong.

    Clearly the wrong man became President.

  219. jason says:

    The Democrat’s plan A was to help Trump get nominated so they could elect Hillary in a landslide.

    Plan backfired in epic fashion.

    Plan B is Trump colluded with Russians and that is why their plan backfired.

  220. Wobbles says:

    “By the way, isn’t it amazing how Mitt Romney was 100% right in his 2012 predictions while Obama was absolutely wrong.”

    Don’t you know Romney had a dog on top of his car?

    And that his wife owned a horse?

    And yes, they had not one, but two Caddies?

  221. MichiganGuy says:

    “Fox News was the most-watched cable channel again, continuing a winning streak that began Jan. 2. MSNBC finished as the No. 3 channel on call of cable, while CNN finished at No. 10 last week.”

    http://www.adweek.com/tvnewser/fox-news-msnbc-finish-no-1-and-no-2-on-all-of-cable-last-week/334144

    CNN crash and burn! ???

  222. jason says:

    I didn’t even know there were 10 cable news channels….

  223. Wobbles says:

    “Fox News was the most-watched cable channel again,”

    Very upsetting….

    People should watch the official cable news channel MSNBC.

  224. mnw says:

    RE: MO Senate:

    Rep. Ann Wagner said in a radio interview today that AG Josh Hawley told her quite recently that he would NOT run for Senate next year.

  225. lisab says:

    EXCLUSIVE: Study Finds Temperature Adjustments Account For ‘Nearly All Of The Warming’ In Climate Data
    ————
    the people who keep the temp datasets have been cookinv the books

    cnn for once was not involved

    they wont even report it

  226. lisab says:

    scalise back in icu

    bad infection

    does not look good

  227. NYCmike says:

    “The evil Representative Scott Desjarlais (R-forced abortion) is seeking reelection.”

    – :0

  228. NYCmike says:

    “Rep. Ann Wagner said in a radio interview today that AG Josh Hawley told her quite recently that he would NOT run for Senate next year.”

    -“SOURCES” say Todd wants to put an Akin on McCaskill.

  229. NYCmike says:

    “Clearly the wrong man became President.”

    -Of course, even McCain was a better choice in 2008, but Wes stayed home that year as well.

  230. lisab says:

    ‘South Park’ Creator: Show Will Lay Off Trump Jokes To Avoid ‘Becoming CNN’
    ———–

    remember when bernard shaw and peter arnet were reporting on the iraq war from their hotel room on iraq?

    now cnn is getting trolled by south park

  231. lisab says:

    cnn anchors must hate msnbc anchors

    msnbc anchors say whatever they want and no pne cares

    cnn reports one fake story …

  232. Wes says:

    You’re lying, Il Mikey.

    I voted in 2008. I just refused to vote for President as while I didn’t support Obama, I felt McCain would be another GWB–and I refused to give GWB an effective third term.

  233. lisab says:

    this is lisab for msnbc breaking news

    today in an exclusive interview the loch ness monster, yes ol nessie, said that she colluded with unspecified trump advisers over brexit

    we wont be showing any video because we dont have to
    everyone: meh
    ——
    CNN: water is wet
    everyone: better fact check that
    ————————

  234. NYCmike says:

    Wes,

    Did you vote for President in 2008? YES? Or NO?

    NO, you did not.

    And that is what I said. You saw 2 choices, McCain and Obama, and thought neither one was worthy, although one would surely be President.

    You ABDICATED because of your BDS.

    I did not mention any other political races in which you may NOT have acted like a pusillanimous adolescent boy.

  235. Phil says:

    242

    LMAO

    The Missouri GOP is a joke – seems the main goal of Missouri Republicans for MaCaskill’s last two consecutive senatorial elections appears to be to keep Sky Queen in office.

    Nice job, boys. Keep up the good work. Claire sends her love and appreciation. So does Chuckie.

  236. Wes says:

    You said I stayed home in 2008, Il Mikey. I did not. I simply refused to vote for either McCain or Obama.

    I stand by that decision and would repeat any time I had those two as my options.

  237. Wes says:

    If it’s any consolation, Il Mikey, at least I didn’t vote for Obama as I would have done had he and GWB been my options.

  238. NYCmike says:

    “I felt”

    -Exactly. Guided by your feelings.

    In the future I would suggest “I thought…”, but my most humble nature keeps me from forcefully pushing any suggestions that are common sense to most people.

  239. NYCmike says:

    GWB was bad, in some aspects, not that bad on others.

    Obama was terrible in all aspects.

    Keep up the good work, Wes. Now, watch that 1st step when you get onto the bus, dear.

  240. jason says:

    I could never understand how anybody who is conservative would not vote for McCain over Obama.

    And then came Trump.

    I still don’t understand it considering McCain actually IS a Republican and a conservative, but I do understand it more than before.

    Think that was convoluted? GFY.

  241. jason says:

    . You saw 2 choices, McCain and Obama, ”

    Zzzzzz…

    Here we go again.

    He saw s bunch of choices, one of which was not to vote for either one.

    I don’t agree with his choice, but I am tired of the binary BS.

  242. Cash Cow TM says:

    WVally,

    If you are indeed planning a central route thru WV to Marshall U. in Huntington if you take Rte. 50 West of Winchester and at Gore cut over on Rte 259 to Wardensville….

    There is a fairly new Wardensville Garden Market in a refurbished old farm house on the eastern outskirts of Wardensville (if you get to the Cacapon Restaurant on the right, you went too far)…they have EXCELLENT homemade cinnamon buns…

  243. lisab says:

    The Asian stars of ‘Hawaii Five-0’ quit the show after CBS refused to pay them as much as their white costars
    ————————-

    more racism under trump

  244. NYCmike says:

    “I don’t agree with his choice, but I am tired of the binary BS.”

    -Ok.

    I accept there is a 3rd option, TO NOT VOTE.

    BUT, there is a difference inherent in those 3. Only 2 of the 3 choices can actually prevail.

    The 3rd option is like “a fart in the wind”….

  245. lisab says:

    Stockton program would pay men not to shoot each other
    ————————

    hey! why aren’t women being paid not to shoot each other?!!!!!

    more sexism under trump

  246. NYCmike says:

    Hawaii Five-O is still on?

    I thought Jack Lord died like 20 years ago?!?

  247. lisab says:

    MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough calls Trump’s speech “nothing short of disgusting”

  248. lisab says:

    I Didn’t Have A Facelift! Only Some Chin Work

    Mika Brzezinski

  249. Phil says:

    Joe and Mika ought to be authorities n “disgusting”.

  250. Wes says:

    I notice Il Mikey is perfectly fine with having the odious Scott Desjarlais seek another term in the Congress he’s disgraced with his Ted Kennedy-style behavior but is appalled because I elected not to vote for a man I didn’t trust as President who was going to lose anyway while I voted straight GOP downballot.

    Maybe Il Mikey should be appalled more at his home state for being moonbat and corruption central–not least because of that glorified slag heap of a city he’s proud to live in–and less at me for having no effect on an election that was already lost before I ever decided to ignore the presidential line on the ballot.

  251. Wes says:

    McCain lost NC in 2008 by approximately 14,000 votes. Helping him lost by 13,999 wasn’t going to change the outcome either locally or nationally.

  252. lisab says:

    china opens glass bridge on mountain, wcpgw?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qEP7JVJGYE

  253. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “I am up at 3:00 am watching the press conference of Trump in Poland. He really is an embarrassment. I weep for our once great nation.”

    You were up at 3:00 a.m. watching a man you loath?
    Hope you get overtime as a troll.

  254. NYCmike says:

    Am I supposed to care about Scott Desjarlais?

    If he can win elections, that is supposed to be a good thing….I heard that on HHR.

    If he loses a Republican primary, then I hope the winner of the primary wins the general.

    Is this more complicated than a Happy Ending Massage License?

  255. NYCmike says:

    “Maybe Il Mikey should be appalled more at his home state for being moonbat and corruption central–not least because of that glorified slag heap of a city he’s proud to live in–”

    -That was a good putdown, Wes.

    You could not handle NYC, but you really know how to criticize it.

    Nice job, pal.

  256. NYCmike says:

    “Il Mikey”

    -I wonder if Lil’Kim wants to lend me an “L” for a time….

  257. Wes says:

    Having never had anything of substance to say, Il Mikey decides to denigrate an entire industry by accusing me and others licensed in it of prostitution.

    Good one there, Benito Mikeylini.

  258. jason says:

    -Ok.

    I accept there is a 3rd option, TO NOT VOTE.”

    Many more options than that. You can vote for another candidate. You can write-in a vote. You can skip the top of the ticket.

    NYC still has trouble understanding the concept that sometimes if you find both candidates unacceptable then you can’t vote for either of them.

    I might not understand what wes found unacceptable about McCain, but after Trump I understand that type of dilemma.

  259. Senators Buck, Miller, COD, Akin, and Mourdock says:

    The 3rd option is like “a fart in the wind”….”

    Thanks for farting in our direction!

  260. Dr.IanVito says:

    You can fart in NYC and cause a typhoon in China.

  261. NYCmike says:

    Mike comments, and jason copies and pastes, a statement which indicates an understanding that there are tough decisions in life: “I accept there is a 3rd option, TO NOT VOTE.”

    jason, somehow, disagrees with himself in the same comment where he copied and pasted:

    “NYC still has trouble understanding the concept that sometimes if you find both candidates unacceptable then you can’t vote for either of them.”

    I love HHR….

  262. NYCmike says:

    “Il Mikey”
    “Benito Mikeylini”

    -I may have to make up some T-Shirts to seel at HHR.

    Hopefully, Wes will start nicknaming me after some crazies from south of the American border….they seem to sell better in the big cities.

    NYCguevara
    CHEmike
    NYCmikeVita

  263. Mr.Vito says:

    Can I call you Bronxito Mikeylini?

  264. Mr.Vito says:

    http://www.kvoa.com/story/35826190/protester-arrested-at-sen-flakes-tucson-office

    “According to Jason Samuels, Sen. Flake’s Communications Director, one protester was arrested for making the following statement:

    Protester: You know how liberals are going to solve the Republican problem?

    Staffer: No.

    Protester: They are going to get better aim. That last guy tried, but he needed better aim. We will get better aim.

    That man has been identified as Mark Prichard, 59. He was arrested for Criminal Trespass in the 3rd Degree and Threats and Intimidation, according to Pima County Sheriff’s Dept. spokesman Dep. Cody Gress…

    Another protester, identified as Patrick Diehl, 70, was arrested after allegedly forcing his way into Flake’s office when a staffer opened the door to pass out informational packets, Gress said. The office was not allowing protesters inside.”

    …………

    Didn’t Michael Moore incite this by telling them to storm Senators offices?

  265. jason says:

    Mike comments, and jason copies and pastes, a statement which indicates an understanding that there are tough decisions in life: “I accept there is a 3rd option, TO NOT VOTE.”

    jason, somehow, disagrees with himself in the same comment where he copied and pasted:

    “NYC still has trouble understanding the concept that sometimes if you find both candidates unacceptable then you can’t vote for either of them.”

    Sorry, but you are an idiot. There is no disagreement there.

    Not voting for either candidate does not mean NOT VOTE.

    It’s really not that difficult a concept but you are a moron.

  266. jason says:

    wes and I voted. We just didn’t vote for Trump or Hillary.

    My dog could understand this. But then, he is a smart dog.

  267. NYCmike says:

    Fine, jason, Wes, there are more than 3 options, there could be 1000’s, millions even, and all of them, other than the first 2 choices, share the same characteristic:

    You only vote for them TO SEND A MESSAGE!

    🙂 I love HHR!

  268. NYCmike says:

    “Can I call you Bronxito Mikeylini?”

    -As long as you do not want any merchandise $$$ in return.

  269. Paul says:

    Trump is showing himself to be the anti-American president that we’ve always known him to be.

  270. Bitterlaw says:

    Did somebody need me to explain the “only 1 will win” concept?

  271. Trump says:

    I am way over my head. Help me.

  272. Wes says:

    One shall stand. One shall fall.

    Right, Bitterlaw?

    Or are elections more like the fights in the Highlander series because “in the end, there can be only one”?

  273. NYCmike says:

    Paul,

    Any chance of a link, or an explanation?

  274. Mr.Vito says:

    “…or an explanation?”

    He’s a low quality handle stealing troll. What explanation do you need?

  275. Paul says:

    He denigrated the constitution during his press conference. He belittled US military intelligence. And ridiculed a former President on foreign soil.

  276. Wes says:

    I thought Paul was discussing Trump. When did he switch to talking about Obama?

  277. Mr.Vito says:

    Funny… the left and media did that for years.

    Then they supported that behavior as presidential for eight.

  278. Paul says:

    No matter how partisan you guys are…. you have to agree with me that it was pretty hard to watch Trump today. I want a president that is a strong leader and all we have is a bozo who doesn’t understand anything.

  279. jason says:

    You only vote for them TO SEND A MESSAGE!”

    Not me. That is for deadender morons.

    But if you want a message here you go: GFY.

  280. jason says:

    you have to agree with me that it was pretty hard to watch Trump today.”

    Zzzzzzzz…..

    I spent 8 years not being able to stomach ANY of Obama’s speeches.

    Go whine somewhere else.

  281. Mr.Vito says:

    Well at least Paul agrees we desperately need a real leader after the last eight years.

  282. jason says:

    He denigrated the constitution during his press conference. He belittled US military intelligence. And ridiculed a former President on foreign soil.”

    Hey Paul, what hole were you in when Obama did all of this for 8 years?

  283. Paul says:

    Jason. You don’t really think that, do you?

  284. jason says:

    I didn’t watch one SOTU speech when Obama was President because I couldn’t sit through 90 minutes of lies.

    You watched the entire Trump speech in Poland.

    Either you have more fortitude or Trump doesn’t lie as much?

  285. Mr.Vito says:

    “Hey Paul, what hole were you in when Obama did all of this for 8 years?”

    Either Obama’s or his own.

  286. Paul says:

    And even if Obama did that (I see no evidence that he ever did), why would you be okay for another president to do the same thing?

    Or do you just want your turn pissing on America?

  287. jason says:

    Jason. You don’t really think that, do you?”

    It will be years before Trump can even come close to dumping on the constitution as much as Obama did.

    Obama had zero respect for the military. Nada. Zilch.

    And he blamed Bush for anything that was wrong for 8 years.

    Does that answer your question?

  288. Paul says:

    Jason. You really are an anti-American fool. Aren’t you? If you hate America, just leave.

  289. Paul says:

    You guys are fine with Trump pissing on America.

  290. Paul says:

    You guys are fine with Trump pissing on the constitution?

  291. Mr.Vito says:

    Another closet racist from the left.

  292. Paul says:

    Mr. Vito, What are you talking about?

  293. Mr.Vito says:

    Jason, are you fine with Trump devouring babies?

  294. jason says:

    And even if Obama did that (I see no evidence that he ever did), why would you be okay for another president to do the same thing?”

    No, I wouldn’t. I will call out Trump whenever I think he is wrong. I have done it many times.

    But YOU are the guy who thought was OK when Obama did everything you accuse Trump of.

    So you are a hypocrite.

  295. Paul says:

    Many Republicans agree with me. We would like a strong leader at this time with North Korea and Russia, but all we have is a little baby Trump who will bow down to autocrats.

  296. Mr.Vito says:

    Jason, are you fine with Trump raping Angela Merkel?

  297. Paul says:

    I for one will stand for the United States of America.

  298. jason says:

    Jason. You really are an anti-American fool. ”

    Thanks for the points, moron.

    I bet I have done more for my country than you would in 100 years.

    Obama apologized for and criticized America for 8 years.

    Where were you?

  299. Mr.Vito says:

    Clinton paid for North Korea’s nuclear program, Hillary gave the Russians uranium, and Obama is paying for Iran’s.

    The three stooges.

  300. Paul says:

    I have served this nation in the military and continue to work to build a great nation.

  301. NYCmike says:

    Still waiting for a link to this “disastrous” speech….

  302. jason says:

    We would like a strong leader at this time with North Korea and Russia,”

    So you admit that Obama did nothing about Russian and North Korea for 8 years?

    Baby steps, baby steps.

  303. jason says:

    Many Republicans agree with me.”

    Hey Wobbie, come on out.

    You have a little friend to play with.

  304. NYCmike says:

    Or at least some examples of anti-American, anti-Constitution, and/or anti-intelligence agency quotes.

    SOMETHING!

  305. Mr.Vito says:

    “Still waiting for a link to this “disastrous” speech….”

    You didn’t see it? It was Reaganesque.

  306. Mr.Vito says:

    “You have a little friend to play with.”

    That’s getting personal.

    Oh, you mean this Paul idiot.

  307. Paul says:

    His teleprompter speech was alright…. relatively.

    I was speaking of his un-scripted news conference where he was a little baby and lost his mind a little bit.

  308. Cash Cow TM says:

    KFC meal for dinner and then Free concert in the park this evening!

    Yeah, BABY!

  309. Paul says:

    I have a secret….. I am Robbie.

  310. Mr.Vito says:

    The left loves beltway Republicans now.

    They will pull the football away if they ever challenge one of theirs again.

  311. jason says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 6, 2017 at 6:53 pm

    Jason, are you fine with Trump devouring babies?”

    Only in self defense.

  312. NYCmike says:

    I have not seen any video of President Trump in Poland…..just reports from Paul.

  313. jason says:

    KFC meal”

    What a horrible insult to meals….

  314. Mr.Vito says:

    “Only in self defense.”

    I meant real ones, not the media.

  315. Mr.Vito says:

    327 Well, he means the press conference before it where Jim Acosta and that lady from MSNBC embarrassed themselves pretty badly.

  316. jason says:

    Paul says:
    July 6, 2017 at 7:00 pm

    I have a secret….. I am Robbie.”

    You are confused.

    Sometimes people brainwashed by the MSM think that because their minds have been turned into the same mush, they are the same person.

    Understandable.

  317. jason says:

    ” and continue to work to build a great nation.”

    Thanks for taking time off from such a noble endeavor to talk trash here.

  318. MichiganGuy says:

    “Heller’s “Team Dean” volunteer force, more expansive than any Nevada effort seen before”

    https://medium.com/@deanheller/hellers-team-dean-volunteer-force-more-expansive-than-any-nevada-effort-seen-before-f338f9b61249

    After reading this article I’m feeling more confident Heller will be reelected.

  319. jason says:

    and lost his mind a little bit.”

    Just a little huh.

    Not as far as talking about 57 states?

  320. NYCmike says:

    https://pjmedia.com/rogerkimball/2017/07/06/trumps-warsaw-uprising/

    -Another take.

    “But the best part came about three-quarters of the way through. After reminding his audience about the million people who gathered to hear John Paul II celebrate Mass in 1979, he asked: what did the people want? Answer: “We want God.” This led into the heart of Trump’s speech. The prerequisite for the success of Western civilization is not material riches. Economic prosperity and military might on their own are not sufficient. The critical leaven is the confidence in core Western values: such things as free speech, the equality of women, respect for individual rights, the rule of law, the affirmation of faith and family. Hence, the “fundamental question” facing Western nations today is whether the people continue to nurture the cultural self-confidence in those fundamental values. If they do, the West is unbeatable. If those values dissipate, the West is lost. “As long as we know our history,” Trump said, “we will know how to build our future.” Trump spent a lot of time in his speech rehearsing Poland’s heroic resistance to Nazi atrocities in the Warsaw uprising and its equally heroic resistance to Soviet aggression during and after the war. Not since Ronald Reagan has an American president gone so clearly to the nub of what makes the West great and what threatens that greatness.”

  321. jason says:

    He didn’t say something like this did he:

    I had a uncle who was one of the, who was part of the first American troops to go into Auschwitz and liberate the concentration camps,” Obama said

  322. jason says:

    r.Vito says:
    July 6, 2017 at 6:54 pm

    Jason, are you fine with Trump raping Angela Merkel?”

    Again, only in self defense.

  323. MichiganGuy says:

    House Dem IT Suspects Wanted Untraceable Payments — And Sure Enough, Millions Disappeared

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/05/house-dem-it-suspects-wanted-untraceable-payments-and-sure-enough-millions-disappeared/?utm_source=site-share

    Wow

  324. Truther says:

    Paul must be one of the hhr members that we lost.

  325. Jonesy says:

    334. Yes Mich. Heller is chummy with the Unions. Reid tried to beat him in 2012, and lost.

    Should help Adam Laxalt win guv race too.

  326. Jonesy says:

    Kind of confused with MO though. McKaskill is awful

  327. Tina says:

    Cnn is having a bad week, especially como and alcosta. All we need next is lemonade to be drunk again.

  328. Phil says:

    It’s Missouri, Jonesy. If the Mo. GOP isn’t nominating a loser like Akin, they are not nominating anyone. McCaskill remains the luckiest politician on the planet Earth.

  329. Wes says:

    Supposedly JAck Danforth is really leaning on Hawley to run. For all his reputation as a moderate, Danforth is a loyal Republican who despises McCaskill. I hope the former Senator still has persuasive skills of the same caliber as when he served in the world’s most exclusive club.

  330. lisab says:

    Man arrested outside Jeff Flake’s office said “You know how liberals are going to solve the Republican problem? They are going to get better aim. That last guy tried, but he needed better aim. We will get better aim.”

  331. lisab says:

    Conservative Polish politicians bus people in for Trump speech

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/06/politics/poland-nationalist-party-trump/index.html

  332. lisab says:

    George Clooney has recently made plans to move back to LA, for the safety of his family, after the latest spate of terror attacks in England. BUT, BUT MUH OPEN BORDERS!

  333. Polaris says:

    Hello. Did I miss anything?

  334. lisab says:

    In Warsaw, Trump will be the first U.S. president in decades to skip ghetto uprising monument. Jewish leaders are calling it an insult

    Instead, Trump will visit the Warsaw Uprising Monument, commemorating resistance fighters from the general Polish public – a move local Jewish leaders call an insult
    read more: http://www.haaretz.com/world-news/europe/1.799871

  335. lisab says:

    Ivanka Trump visits Polish Holocaust memorial

  336. lisab says:

    Kirsten Powers?Verified account @KirstenPowers 11h11 hours ago
    More
    Kirsten Powers Retweeted David Bromm
    People do not have a ‘right’ to stay anonymous so they can spew their racist, misogynist, homophobic garbage

  337. Cash Cow TM says:

    “jason says:
    July 6, 2017 at 7:02 pm
    KFC meal”

    What a horrible insult to meals….”
    ****************************************
    The secret is washing it down with a tall glass of fresh milk.

  338. Polaris says:

    The Left is giddy over the latest Rasmussen job approval number. Trump is at 44%. It’s not a bad place to be with the constant negative media coverage. It shows that he is holding his base and then some which is all he needs to do.

  339. Polaris says:

    #344- No way that McCaskill can survive. In a presidential year (2012), she would have lost if not for Akin’s gaffe. In a non-presidential year, any GOP candidate that can just keep his/her mouth shut will easily defeat McCaskill. It has swung too far to the GOP. MO will be similar to the recent congressional special elections in MT and GA. She may make it close, but not close enough. GOP takes MO.

  340. lisab says:

    MUSLIMS call for Starcucks boycott due to chairman’s stance on LGBT rights – How did that hiring of 10,000 refugees work out?

  341. Phil says:

    You still have to have a decent candidate. Obviously, Akin wasn’t that. It will still take a bit more than the GOP nominee keeping their mouth shut. Some name recognition, fund raising ability, and a certain sharpness is required even in Missouri.

  342. Polaris says:

    #357-
    Agreed. However, name recognition and fund raising will come easily once the GOP candidate is decided. Missouri is a different monster now. Trump carried the state by 20 points. Even an uninspiring GOP candidate will win now. Think Karen Handel. That is the worst case scenario. A decent candidate will carry MO by double digits.

  343. Phil says:

    My only question then is why is it you have two perfectly solid candidates in a solid red state against an out of step liberal incumbent and you can’t get either to run? Couldn’t ask for a better set up.

    I know here in Texas if the situation was reversed and there was a lefty McCaskill kind of incumbent you’d have a line of Republicans a mile long begging for the chance to run against her. — and that is with Texas being only half as red as Missouri was in 2016.

  344. lisab says:

    the gop candidate will be well funded.

    the republicans are outraising dems 2 to 1 and have been for months. their warchest is already getting big.

  345. Cash Cow TM says:

    “solid candidates”

    add cat, soiled sin
    I did toe scandals
    odd tail dance, Sis!

  346. MichiganGuy says:

    Ratings Collapse: CNN Now Losing To Nick-At-Nite In Prime Time Ratings War

    http://thefederalist.com/2017/07/06/ratings-collapse-cnn-now-losing-nick-nite-prime-time-ratings-war/

  347. MichiganGuy says:

    CNN Just Published A Fake Quote From Abraham Lincoln

    http://thefederalist.com/2017/07/05/cnn-just-published-a-fake-quote-from-abraham-lincoln/

    Poor cnn living in a alternate reality. 🙂

  348. MichiganGuy says:

    Senate GOP recruiting slow-going for 2018

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/06/democrats-say-republians-fear-trump-240279

    Breaking News: CNN is reporting they have an anonymous source which says Bitter has decided to take on Senator Casey.

  349. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Phil and Jonesy:
    In MO the GOP has a strong bench. SkyQueen McCaskill could be defeated by Jim Talent, Matt Blunt, Jon Brunner and Sam Graves.
    She’s going down after her attacks on the NRA and her woman-crush on Obama.

  350. Jonesy says:

    sheeple, after your fine work on the GA-6, I will go with you on MO too.

  351. Jonesy says:

    Mich, politico forgets to mention that there are no GOP Retirements, such as Heller so far.

    That is huge

  352. Jonesy says:

    Presidents always have bad approvals in the Summer. The silly season

  353. NYCmike says:

    Seen on Instapundit:

    A PROMISE OR A THREAT? Republicans are starting to admit they may have to work with Democrats on healthcare.

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday said during an event in Kentucky that if GOP senators fail to reach an agreement on a bill that can get 50 votes in the chamber, they would have to work with the other party on a way to stabilize the Obamacare insurance markets.

    “If my side is unable to agree on an adequate replacement, then some kind of action with regard to the private health insurance market must occur,” McConnell said.

    McConnell pointed to increasing premiums in the individual insurance marketplaces as the reason Republicans would have to reach across the aisle.

    This sounds to me like making your E.R. doc take advice from the madman who slipped a mystery poison into your drink.

    If you thought RyanMcConnellTrumpCare was just ObamaCare Lite, wait until you see RyanMcConnellTrumpSchumerCare.

  354. NYCmike says:

    Quick question:

    Is total REPEAL of Obamacare able to be done thru reconciliation?

    If answer is YES, my choice would be to go BOLD, or leave Obamacare to implode of its own weight.

  355. Bitterlaw says:

    What if the reason that the GOP is having trouble finding a Senate candidate in Missouri is because the majority of the people there actually want to keep their Senator?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bW7Op86ox9g&app=desktop

    I don’t like her but I don’t live there.

  356. Tina says:

    Unemployment rate 4.4, june.

    Jobs created 222000

    Upward revisions for april and may

  357. Tina says:

    Skyqueen will vote yes on kates law, if the ky drunk even moves it forward.

  358. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – There are 2 problems with the idea of letting it collapse on its own.

    1. Where does that leave people who need healthcare who had insurance and then do not have it?

    2. What if it does not collapse? Government programs don’t usually collapse. They just find new ways to fund themselves with our money.

  359. Bitterlaw says:

    Tina – I wish that Trump had been bold enough to have the UE numbers go back to the real figure rather than the way Obama cooked the books. Now we are stuck with the fake numbers and there is no point in saying that Obama’s figures were lies if Trump is going to use the same method.

  360. Jonesy says:

    Bitter, have you had your coffee yet?

  361. Wes says:

    Actually, Bitter, McCaskill is an unpopular Senator out of step with her state. Republicans have a deep bench, but none has stepped up yet.

    Wagner, Hawley, and Graves have examined the race. Now that Wagner has bowed out, Graves and Hawley are the remaining A-listers. One of them needs to step up.

  362. Jonesy says:

    Wes, is Mandel considered a top recruit in Ohio? If so, that dispels the theory that we are doing poorly there

  363. Bitterlaw says:

    Jonesy – No. I never drink coffee. Why do you ask?

    I can look at a politician in any state and say they suck. However, the voters of a particular state or the politician in that state does not answer to me. For example, Maine keeps sending Susan Collins back to the Senate. Nationwide, many Republicans do not like her. However, enough voters in Maine do like her and those voters owe nothing to Republicans outside of Maine. Collins represents her state and owes nothing to me as a voter in Pennsylvania.

  364. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – Isn’t she always unpopular and then wins? I want her to lose but I am not moving to Missouri to help make it happen. Scooter should really step up and run. A deer-hunting hearing-impaired softball-lover would be a solid candidate there.

  365. Jonesy says:

    Collins voted for Gorsuch and Trump’s cabinent. Why do say Republicans hate her?

  366. Jonesy says:

    McCain won Mo by 1%

    Trump by 20%

    McKaskill will lose

  367. Bitterlaw says:

    Jonesy – Because she is usually criticized by many Republicans and Conservatives as a RINO. Have you ever read HHR?

    I think she is the best that we can hope for in Maine.

  368. Trump says:

    “US no farm payroll total 222,000 in June vs 179,000 expected”

    Cruising to re-election.

  369. Mr.Vito says:

    Scooter lives in Illinois and hates Trump voters.

    Might as well run Akin again.

  370. Mr.Vito says:

    McCaskill couldn’t get to 55% against Akin in a Dem year with Obama on the ticket.

  371. Mr.Vito says:

    And she has had a few scandals since…

  372. NYCmike says:

    “Tina – I wish that Trump had been bold enough to have the UE numbers go back to the real figure rather than the way Obama cooked the books. Now we are stuck with the fake numbers and there is no point in saying that Obama’s figures were lies if Trump is going to use the same method.”

    -I stated this in 2012 in the run-up to the Obama-Romney race, and people at HHR scoffed at the idea.

    Trump definitely should have started using a clearer set of numbers to show how many people are out of work, can’t get full-time work, or who have simply stopped looking for work and instead rely on government programs to get by.

    Just last night, in Walmart, 2 women had 2 shopping carts loaded with all sorts of things, besides food. At the end of their items, one woman had her EBT card out to pay for it all. It took every bit of self-control to keep from asking the woman how she was able to get that card, and how she was able to use it to pay for plastic storage bins, batteries, and other non-food items.

  373. Mr.Vito says:

    She needs to resign and let Kander run.

  374. NYCmike says:

    “Might as well run Akin again.”

    -At least one dream will be filled!

  375. Trump says:

    “US energy exports to Europe…LNG shipments to Poland, Britain, Lithuania, among about two dozen foreign customers”

    Cruising to re-election

  376. Mr.Vito says:

    There are quite a few reasons I could understand buying batteries and storage bins with food stamps.

  377. Mr.Vito says:

    I wager a lot of people in Florida are doing that now for hurricane season.

  378. Bitterlaw says:

    Mr. Vito – I thought that Scooter really lives in Illinois but “lives: in Missouri. If I am wrong, so be it. GFY.

  379. Phil says:

    What about Sarah Steelman in Mo? She lost the three way primary vs Akin in 2012. What is she doing these days? Just brainstorming here.

    I know this. North Carolina, Missouri, Montana, and Indiana ought to be prime targets. Ought to be able to get three of these with decent candidates. The other three Trump states with Democratic incumbents – Pa, and Michigan aren’t realistic although I suppose Scott gives the GOP some hope in Florida vs Nelson.

  380. Phil says:

    I meant North Dakota.

  381. Phil says:

    How about de Blasio. Instead of attending executed police officers’ funeral he jets off to Germany to join G20 lefty protests.

    What is wrong with this guy?

  382. Bitterlaw says:

    Phil – He is a flaming leftist who hates cops. He will be re-elected in a landslide. It is not NYC’s fault.

  383. Bitterlaw says:

    Diamond Jim?

    CD

  384. Bitterlaw says:

    CD

  385. Diamond Jim says:

    CD

  386. Phil says:

    Trump Justice Dept drops efforts to force Washington Redskins to change names.

    Sanity……ain’t it great?

  387. Bitterlaw says:

    Breaking News – Bitterlaw seizes C from Diamond Jim.

  388. Wes says:

    Bitter, McCaskill ran for Governor in 2004 and promptly became the first Dem to lose the MO gubernatorial election since 1988. She won against Talent with a plurality of the vote because GWB was determined to fail in Iraq.

    Do you really think her 2012 victory wasn’t a fluke brought on by a spectacularly bad opponent?

    If Republicans run a decent candidate who does the exact opposite of what Akin did, then McCaskill will lose.

  389. Cash Cow TM says:

    BREAKING

    Cow Crystal Ball says (predicts) that WV AG Morissey will announce in 3 days that he is throwing his hat in ring for R primary to ultimately challenge Sen. Joe Manchin in 2018.

    Cow Crystal Ball sees a messy R primary between Morissey and Congressman Evan Jenkins (WV CD3) in R primary that will eventually benefit Manchin.

    Jenkins has been very active and has made appearances all over WV in CD1 and CD 2 as well as his own CD3.

  390. Tina says:

    Bl, it was not the obumbler who changed the method. The method was changed under clintune.

    Are you accusing the ibumbler of cooking the books?

  391. Tina says:

    I see pooty poot and trump

    Jebots, there is now russian collusion.

  392. Poul Harris says:

    I am back?

    – Poul Harris

  393. Jonesy says:

    Cow, Jenkins should step aside. State AG is the way to go, better known

  394. Jonesy says:

    Phil, Mandel in Ohio, and Morrissey in WV. Those are good recruits for the GOP

  395. NYCmike says:

    Mandel has been described by some here as a “deadender”.

  396. jason says:

    I love moron logic.

    Grandstanding senators refuse to approve Obamacare replacement.

    McConnell forced to negotiate worse bill with Democrats.

    NYC blames McConnell because the bill is worse.

    I love this place.

  397. jason says:

    Btw, can we bring Ted Cruz’s “bill” up for a vote?

    I want to see if it gets 10 votes.

  398. janz says:

    Interesting, long-awaited-for face-to-face between Putin & Trump. My body language read was that Putin appeared tentative and Trump seemed more relaxed and confident. Two thugs meeting for the first time is usually an important base line event!

  399. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – I will believe that McCaskill will lose her Senate when she loses. She seems like the type of candidate who is lucky rather than good. I hope she loses.

  400. NYCmike says:

    2 things:

    There has NOT been a vote.

    McConnell has not been FORCED to do anything.

    He could have passed the same bill they passed when Obama was in office.

    Why didn’t they?

  401. NYCmike says:

    “I want to see if it gets 10 votes.”

    -That would be fine. Let’s see the differences between the approaches, and get the explanations for their respective votes.

    I have no fear of failure when trying to wrestle the country away from policies that can’t continue without massive tax money supporting it.

  402. Tina says:

    Pooty poot looked a bit nervous.

    Trump is looking more and more presidential.

    Cnn looks like thugs, is that a true video of fake meme father punching out the reporter? Looked staged, like a wrestling event.

  403. Tina says:

    Do not get me started on the ky drunk.

    Actually, toomey, whomI like, said it best. They have no replacement bill since it would have been easier to get one, if trump was not elected.

    It appears that many rs advocated for repeal, but had no intentions in doing so.

    Best thing to do is to let it collapse on its own, if no outright repeal can be passed.

  404. janz says:

    I find myself enjoying Melania’s fashion “look,” after the fashion industry snubbed her. Her apparel is stunning, IMO, and she seems to be blossoming, on her own terms, especially during the foreign junkets, like the current G20 meeting.

  405. Tina says:

    Trump-Putin meeting at #G20 about to begin. Trump to the ruthless dictator Putin who stole our election: “It’s an honor to meet you.”

    Sample tweet.

  406. janz says:

    Tina, Putin just can’t gauge what he’s up against, in meetng with Trump for the first time. With Obama, he was dealing with a weak, superficial entity, and so Putin exuded a superiority, almost disdain when he was around the Dem president.

  407. Tina says:

    Janz, obama was very weak. Remember what he whispered to the russian minister about having more leverage after the 2012 election.

  408. janz says:

    Trump’s opening engagement with leaders, whether they are good/bad ones, is usually worded as “honored.” He begins with couched respect, but that evolves, as it will with the Chinese president, as he gets to know their agenda better.

  409. Mr.Vito says:

    CNNs Chris Cillizza buys into fake news and acts a kid who just saw his first boob.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/07/07/polish-president-calls-fake-news-on-reports-his-wife-snubbed-trump.html

  410. janz says:

    Tina, that whispered message was chillingly unforgettable. But, the MSM only shrugged it off!

  411. janz says:

    The Polish president’s wife didn’t see Trump’s hand. Afterwards, she did shake hands with him. But, that part of the exchange was not filmed.

  412. Mr.Vito says:

    Right, it was fake news.

  413. Mr.Vito says:

    Except that part was filmed… it was edited out.

  414. janz says:

    Oh, I didn’t know that, Mr. Vito.

  415. janz says:

    The MSM really puts so much effort in trying to undermine Trump at every “little” turn!

  416. Paul says:

    I see that horsecrap and Trump is trending right now on social media.

  417. Wes says:

    In 417, Il Mikey claims to support eliminating programs that require massive taxpayer money to continue.

    On the other hand, he supports continuing the discredited trillion-dollar occupation of Iraq that destabilized the Middle East and gave rise to ISIS.

    Consistency isn’t your thing, is it, Mikey?

  418. Mr.Vito says:

    Obama and Trump are trending huh?

  419. Paul says:

    Trump says everyone is talking about Podesta. Someone should probably clue the guy in that they are just ordering dinner.

  420. Tina says:

    The media is looking like sheot. Fake news. Cnn is having at oeast one story corrected a day involving trump.

    They shoukd not lie about the handshake when video exists. Clearly, she did not see the hand extended.

  421. Robbie says:

    I’ve been down and out with bronchitis, but Politico has a good break down of the various Senate races and where candidate recruitment stands.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/06/democrats-say-republians-fear-trump-240279

    A couple of thoughts:

    – Morning Consult writes today those around Josh Hawley say he’s genuinely conflicted about running. If true, then Ann Wagner really did call the bluff of Republicans. If he passes, then oof.

    – Montana really remains a frustration. Tim Fox’s decision not hurt. Maybe he can be talked into reconsidering. If not, why not Denny Rehberg? He nearly won last time and MT is now much redder than it was in 2012.

    – Wisconsin is another state where a good candidate can win. Duffy doesn’t want to give up his House seat. It’s hard for me to believe the state that continually elects Walker is the right fit for Baldwin.

    – In PA, Meehan took an early pass. Now, there’s talk of Kelly and Barletta. I think Barletta would be a strong candidate, but Trump suggested last week he was going to run for governor. A bad idea as I think Wolf cruises to a win.

    – The wild card remains Trump. If you can tell me what his approval rating is in October 2018, I can probably tell you how many of these seats are winnable.

  422. Mr.Vito says:

    The Podesta is a dish of cold crow in a humble pie.

  423. Tina says:

    Trump always trends on social media. The drats are usualky triggered about something, or they are responding tomhis agenda that he sets,

    But maggies says that he should get off twitter.

  424. Robbie says:

    Paul says:
    July 6, 2017 at 7:00 pm
    I have a secret….. I am Robbie.

    – No, you’re not.

  425. Robbie says:

    Wow. Going through the comments in this thread and it’s clear I trigger a lot you. Good.

  426. Tina says:

    It always puzzled me why a crime scene was not secured and reviewed by the fbi The scene being the drat server.

    Unkess, it was an inside job? I would not trust crowdstrikes review. Funny thing is, they have ties with russia.

  427. Mr.Vito says:

    You are still our best material.

  428. Mr.Vito says:

    “I would not trust crowdstrikes review.”

    Why would any intelligence agency do so is the question?

  429. Paul says:

    Trump is over in Germany hearing voices in his head.

    Time for Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment.

  430. Tina says:

    The three intelligence agencies have motives to lie.

    Clapper, brennan, and comedy.

    The nsa had was lukewarm on russias involvement.

  431. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    July 4, 2017 at 12:59 pm
    Robbie did repeatedly cite internals by the McConnell camp supposedly showing a close race to justify his Cassandra impersonation about McConnell’s chances in 2014. Of course a cursory examination of the state of the race would have indicated Grimes would lose decisively.
    Her lack of a real chance became obvious on Election Night when Rove among others was essentially declaring McConnell to be the winner without explicitly saying so before Kentucky closed all its polls.
    When even MSNBC decclared McConnell had won as soon as polls in Western Kentucky closed, the fact that Grimes had never had a realistic chance became apparent.
    Far more interesting to me is how Robbie eeyored basically every Republican running for Senate two years later. He was particularly doom laden in his remarks about Todd Young, who crushed Evan Bayh by nearly 10 points in Indiana despite trailing in DSCC internals by over 20 points in July.

    – There’s a lot in this comment to clean up, so let me get started.

    1. McConnell’s own polling showed the race around 4-6 points up until the last 10 days. As was the case with many of the races, they broke open in the last tens days. In July of 2014, I wrote that McConnell would win by at least 53-47. That seems to get lost in the shuffle.

    2. Yes, I did have very low expectation for the Senate races in 2016. I thought Trump’s low standing would swamp most of the competitive races. I expected him to lose and lose badly after the Access Hollywood tape. One thing happened in the last 10 days that seems to account for Trump’s late surge and Hillary’s late stall. That was Comey’s reopening of the email case.

  432. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 7, 2017 at 11:54 am
    Trump always trends on social media. The drats are usualky triggered about something, or they are responding tomhis agenda that he sets,
    But maggies says that he should get off twitter.

    – Got any Jim Hoft lies to spread today?

  433. Tina says:

    Look the drat responded, priceless.

  434. Mr.Vito says:

    You got any?

  435. Trump says:

    I’m lost and confused.

  436. Mr.Vito says:

    We know, Paul.

  437. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 7, 2017 at 12:05 pm
    You got any?

    – Yes, Trump doesn’t continually step on his own message.

  438. Mr.Vito says:

    Maggie will report that when I sprout wings.

  439. jason says:

    Trump collusion BS now elevated to “affair” at MSNBC

    “This is news, because: why is someone shopping a forged document of this kind to news organizations covering the Trump-Russia affair?” Maddow asked.”

  440. Tina says:

    Madcow should eat some hay.

  441. jason says:

    Wobbie is a pathological liar.

    He spent hours and hours for a whole year trying tom make it look like McConnell was in big trouble against a dingbat candidate.

    And for a whole year I ridiculed the premise.

    On the weekend before the election he was touting “breaking polls” showing a close race, courtesy of his left wing sources.

    McConnell won by what 15 against a C level candidate only he thought was “formidable”

    Wobbie’s M.O. never changes. Eeyore the races until the last moment, and then post some CYA comment so he can later pretend he called it right.

    If he wasn’t a lying scumbag he would man up and admit he was wrong about the McConnell race all along.

    And of course he is 0-5 on eeyoring the special elections since Trump became President.

  442. jason says:

    I expected him to lose and lose badly after the Access Hollywood tape.”

    Not me.

    It’s hard to make the case against Trump as a “sexual predator” when you are married to Bill Clinton.

    And Comey’s letter was not the reason Trump won, that is left wing excuse trash, especially since he later cleared her (again).

    The public’s view of the Clintons honesty and trustworthiness could not be changed by one event either favorable or unfavorable.

    That was cemented over decades.

  443. jason says:

    Madcow says she is getting fake documents as an “effort to discredit the Trump-Russia affair”.

    LOL

    Like discrediting it needs help.

  444. jason says:

    He could have passed the same bill they passed when Obama was in office.

    Why didn’t they?”

    Huh, Obama was President and sure to veto?

    Are you really that dense?*

    Rhetorical, don’t bother to answer.

  445. Tina says:

    Trump-pooty poot meeting now over 2 hours.

    Maggie doncerned.

    Collussion exists.

  446. Mr.Vito says:

    Jason… toward your point.

    Exit polls. When did you decide your vote?

    last few days 8%
    43% 43%
    last week 5%
    41% 49% Trump
    in october 12%
    37% 51% Trump
    in september 12%
    46% 48% Trump
    before september 60%
    52% 45%

    in the last week 13%
    42% 45% Trump
    before that 85%
    49% 46% Clinton

    There simply was no wild swinging of the electorate.

  447. Mr.Vito says:

    The polls simply did not measure the correct electorate.

  448. Paul says:

    Spirit Cooking and Pizza is on the menu at G20. Trump better bring his appetite.

  449. PresidentPaul! says:

    Fake News CNN obsessed with the reddit user who may have ruined their merger plans with Timer Warner.

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499439959245.png

  450. PresidentPaul! says:

    The Great Meme War continues with the battle against fake News

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499437460102.gif

  451. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    July 7, 2017 at 12:24 pm

    And of course he is 0-5 on eeyoring the special elections since Trump became President.

    – There were 4 special elections in Republican House districts. I went 3 for 4. I predicted Estes, Gianforte, and Northam would win. I thought Handel would lose by a point or so.

    Not sure why you feel the need to lie about my record.

  452. PresidentPaul! says:

    Rubio has the backing of left wing financiers.

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499446732314.jpg

  453. Robbie says:

    Here’s what I wrote about McConnell’s race in late July 2014.

    Robbie says:
    July 28, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    My guess all along has been 53-47 and I’ll stick with that for now.

    In order for a Democrat to win statewide, that person must rack up big gains in the east where coal and unions rule and also do well in Louisville.

    That’s a lot tougher now thanks to coal and a federal voting realignment in the state. Now, Democrats must do historically well in Louisville in federal races to offset diminishing returns in eastern KY.

    Chuck Todd pointed out Grimes will need to win Louisville by 50,000 just to have a chance. That would beat the 2004 recent record set by Mongiardo and he still lost by 2 points. Todd went on to say he sees how Grimes gets to 47, but not higher.

  454. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    July 7, 2017 at 12:24 pm
    Wobbie is a pathological liar.

    On the weekend before the election he was touting “breaking polls” showing a close race, courtesy of his left wing sources.

    – Here’s a bit of what I was posting on the last weekend of the 2014 campaign about McConnell.

    Robbie says:
    November 1, 2014 at 2:56 pm
    Stuart Rothenberg – ratings change for KY
    http://rothenbergpoliticalreport.com/news/article/ratings-change-in-kentucky-senate

  455. PresidentPaul! says:

    How HanA$$holeSolo creates anonymous accounts

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499446888633.png

  456. Robbie says:

    More of me from the last weekend of the 2014 campaign.

    jason says:
    July 7, 2017 at 12:24 pm

    Wobbie is a pathological liar.
    On the weekend before the election he was touting “breaking polls” showing a close race, courtesy of his left wing sources.

    Robbie says:
    November 1, 2014 at 6:08 pm
    PPP
    McConnell 50
    Grimes 42
    Libertarian 3

  457. Robbie says:

    More from the last weekend of 2014.

    Robbie says:
    November 1, 2014 at 7:00 pm
    Now this deserves a boom!
    Jonathan Martin ?@jmartNYT · 1h1 hour ago
    NYT Sunday: GOP strategist overseeing races called Sen. McConnell at home on Sat & told him he would be Maj Leader http://nyti.ms/1xM7h5p

  458. Robbie says:

    More from the last weekend of 2014.

    Robbie says:
    November 1, 2014 at 8:01 pm
    Well, it’s happening. Looks like +7 could be the low end of things.

  459. Robbie says:

    More from the last weekend of 2014.

    Robbie says:
    November 3, 2014 at 10:47 am
    Alison Grimes teared up on the campaign trail yesterday. I guess reality has set in for her.
    Her campaign also admitted to an extremely liberal Louisville blogger/columnist they had seen a “sudden dip” in their polling when confronted with polls from PPP and Marist.

  460. Paul says:

    Does Trump get a personal pan pizza with onions?

  461. lisab says:

    BREAKING: AP learns that Russia is prepared to announce cease-fire in southwest Syria starting Sunday.

    Matthew DelGiudice? @MattDelGiudice 52m52 minutes ago
    More
    Replying to @AP_Politics
    did trump do this? wtf i hate peace now!!

  462. PresidentPaul! says:

    Robbie – would you have preferred Hillary to Trump?

  463. Robbie says:

    Day before the 2014 election.

    Robbie says:
    November 3, 2014 at 9:02 pm
    Well, here’s another.
    Bet on a big wave?
    David Catanese ?@davecatanese · 49m49 minutes ago
    Haven’t seen the data myself but Republicans are telling their allies their final poll has Tillis +2 over Hagan. #NCSEN #ncpol

  464. lisab says:

    cnn slides to #13 in cable ratings

  465. lisab says:

    FissehaX? @FissehaX 33m33 minutes ago
    More
    Replying to @AP_Politics
    Just in at CNN: “How Peace will hurt humanity”

  466. lisab says:

    photo of hamburg during g20 meetings

    https://i.redd.it/cb81gzpo568z.jpg

  467. Trump says:

    Robbie Retard back for more butt hurting. Maybe the Jeb sucker can broker the next convention too

    Cruising to re-election

  468. ssq says:

    I love Donald Trump. He really gave it to that bad man, Putin.

    I’ve never sucked a weewee, but I would definitely suck Donald’s big peepee.

  469. mnw says:

    The MO GOP Senate situation is so balled up & confusing, I don’t think anybody really knows anything for sure, except that Wagner is out.

    The sum of all my fears: a 7-candidate GOP primary! Winner who emerges is little-known, exhausted, & underfunded.

    McCaskill is blanketing the airwaves right now with image ads about her efforts to fund the fight against opioids abuse, etc. She’s so moderate! Who knew?

  470. PresidentPaul! says:

    Valentina’s sister Antonina who is also a world Muay Thai champion announces will follow sis into MMA

    https://www.mmafighting.com/2017/7/6/15932086/antonina-shevchenko-sister-of-valentina-making-transition-to-mma-beginning-in-september

  471. Robbie says:

    PresidentPaul! says:
    July 7, 2017 at 1:20 pm
    Robbie – would you have preferred Hillary to Trump?

    – I was not a fan of either, but Gorsuch is better than Garland. That does not, however, mean we should give Trump a pass on his conduct.

  472. Robbie says:

    A look at the upcoming Alabama Senate primary to permanently fill Sessions’ seat.

    Josh Kraushaar?
    @HotlineJosh 45m
    45 minutes ago

    FWIW, looks like private polling has Strange narrowly ahead. Only in the low 30s but in decent position

  473. lisab says:

    Driving to the Hamburg G20 looks like Bagdhad

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bx0zVWlDwLc

  474. Robbie says:

    Fingers crossed Hawley runs. If not, have to agree with Kraushaar’s assessment a wide open field could lead to another Akin.

    Josh Kraushaar?
    @HotlineJosh 58m
    58 minutes ago

    Totally. If Hawley runs, GOP dodge a bullet. He’s the real deal. As one GOP strat put it: “Tom Cotton with campaign trail talent”

  475. PresidentPaul! says:

    #491
    “pass on his conduct.”

    What bad conduct?

  476. Tina says:

    Is the russian collusion meeting over with?

    I am trigggered thst it lasted over 2 hours.

    Concerned troll

  477. Trump says:

    Relax Tina, the two hours were spent on Putin getting on his knees and sucking off Trump.

    Cruising to re-election

  478. Diamond Jim says:

    D iamond Jim

  479. Diamond Jim says:

    D (iamond) J (im) Biatches

  480. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499448363004.png

    US and Russia reach agreement on Syria?

  481. lisab says:

    Putin made Merkel wait for 4 hours, Obama for 40 minutes Putin showed up EARLY for his meeting with Trump. Our President is no pushover

  482. PresidentPaul! says:

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499448638613.jpg

    86% of tested underage migrants to Sweden actually adults posing as minors.

  483. Trump says:

    Putin too afraid to bring his dogs to the meeting with Trump.

    Cruising to re-election

  484. Trump says:

    For someone who claims to form his opinions, the retard Robbie seems to cut and paste an awful lot of others’ tweets.

    Moron.

  485. Trump says:

    Just for record, many of the posts by “Trump” is not from me.

    Someone is a fake fake Trump.

  486. PresidentPaul! says:

    Rand Paul goes to war with his party to stop the GOP from passing their Obamacare bill

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/rand-paul-is-going-to-war-with-his-own-party/article/2627979

  487. jason says:

    He is good at selective cutting and pasting of his own posts…

    What a fraud…

  488. Trump says:

    508 is me, most of the ones above is fake fake.

  489. jason says:

    obbie is a pathological liar.
    On the weekend before the election he was touting “breaking polls” showing a close race, courtesy of his left wing sources.

    Robbie says:
    November 1, 2014 at 6:08 pm
    PPP
    McConnell 50
    Grimes 42
    Libertarian 3″

    Come on show us the posts about the impending doom poll for McConnell right before the election.

  490. Trump says:

    Retard Robbie is a great target for insults, mocking and ridicule.

    A classic piñata.

  491. lisab says:

    New Hartvard Study Finds Concern Trolling Causes Bronchitis

  492. lisab says:

    BuzzFeed: Did President Trump really do a white power hand shake with Putin?

  493. lisab says:

    –]frank225LA 3 points 32 minutes ago
    Literally worse than 9/11, Sadaam Hussien, and North Korea. Drumph is the biggest threat to our democracy I’ve ever seen. My mom came into my room to bring me a plate of chicken nuggets and I literally screamed at her and hit the plate of chicken nuggets out of her hand. She started yelling and swearing at me and I slammed the door on her. I’m so distressed right now I don’t know what to do.

  494. jason says:

    Somebody ripped off my parody…. sniff…

  495. Trump says:

    517 lisab,

    Is that real?

    If so, remarkable.

    The face of Robbie.

  496. lisab says:

    Pathetic: A day after police officer was assassinated in NYC, @NYCMayor skips NYPD Academy graduation to join G20 riots in Hamburg.

  497. lisab says:

    Trump,

    i think the point is you cannot tell any more.

    three weeks ago, at most two months ago, twitter was full of anti-trump parody messages. there were lots of digs at trump, ivanka, etc.

    today it is 100 to 1 against cnn/media/hillary/bernie/lynch/etc.

    trump may know more about marketing than his enemies gave him credit for. social media is now torching the dems and the media

  498. lisab says:

    as an example

    kirstin powers said that no poster deserved anonymity, which was directed at the cnn-meme maker. she said she would have posted his name and address and maybe his picture.

    within minutes she was asked if she would like her name and address and the names and addresses of her relatives posted on line

    if i was her i would think that these days that was a credible threat given 4chan’s collection of hackers

  499. lisab says:

    CNN: Is the unemployment rate too low?

  500. Trump says:

    Trump is a master at framing the discussion.

    That is how he became president.

  501. Trump says:

    And that is why he will cruise to reelection.

  502. Trump says:

    Twitter is his toll for communication.

    No wonder the retard Robbie and his lefty friends are so triggered.

  503. Tina says:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/dimsmirnov175/status/883370772865134593

    More triggering, trump and pooty poot laughing at the media.

  504. Wobbles says:

    New Hartvard Study Finds Concern Trolling Causes Bronchitis”

    COUGH, COUGH, COUGH… excuse me

  505. jason says:

    Rand Paul goes to war with his party”

    What party is that, the Deadenders?

  506. jason says:

    Bunu, are you a Republican?

    Is Rand Paul’s party your party?

  507. PresidentPaul! says:

    I’ve been a registered republican my whole life mainly because I want to vote in the primaries.

  508. PresidentPaul! says:

    Or caucuses etc. I actually think we need to do away with primaries.

    Melanie sent in to break up 2 hour ongoing meeting with Putin?

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499451620021.png

  509. PresidentPaul! says:

    Trump agrees to form a working group with the Russians on the election

    https://apnews.com/7408be866dd646708913abbd581ada30/The-Latest:-Russians-ask-for-proof-of-election-meddling

  510. Robbie says:

    Wobbles says:
    July 7, 2017 at 2:32 pm
    New Hartvard Study Finds Concern Trolling Causes Bronchitis”
    COUGH, COUGH, COUGH… excuse me

    – Sorry, I got sick Jason. Manly of you to hide behind a parody screen name though.

  511. Tina says:

    POoty poot, you need to cut it out.

    Lol, jeb bush, if he were President.

  512. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    July 7, 2017 at 2:34 pm
    Bunu, are you a Republican?
    Is Rand Paul’s party your party?

    – You boasted after Trump won you would de-register from the Republican Party. Did you?

  513. PresidentPaul! says:

    This is the same reason why the innocent guantanamo prisoners need to be released but they need to go to George Bush’s home town rather than other towns if they are released in the states.

    ———–
    George Clooney to sell Italian Mansion because of “”Security Reasons”

    “He doesn’t feel like Amal and the twins are safe living in the English countryside,” the source told Life & Style. “He’s determined to move his family to LA, where he feels much more secure.”

    George has also been an outspoken critic of Trump, telling The Guardian in a March 2016 interview that he believes Trump to be a “xenophobic fascist” and an “opportunist.” He previously described Trump’s immigration policy proposals as “idiotic” and “intolerant.”

  514. Paul says:

    Wake up, Trump. Get your head in the game.

  515. NYCmike says:

    jason,

    Was there a bill passed by Congress to REPEAL Obamacare while Obama was President?

    Why don’t the Republicans pass that same bill NOW, when there is a different President?

  516. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    July 7, 2017 at 3:08 pm
    jason,
    Was there a bill passed by Congress to REPEAL Obamacare while Obama was President?
    Why don’t the Republicans pass that same bill NOW, when there is a different President?

    – Come on, MYCMike. You know as a well as I do they voted on those bills precisely because they knew Obama would veto them. It’s hardly a profile in courage, but those bills never had a chance of becoming law.

  517. PresidentPaul! says:

    Putin gets Trumped

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499453947411.png

  518. PresidentPaul! says:

    Among many problems, moderates are trying to keep the investment tax.

    That’s one of the many problems though.

    http://thehill.com/policy/finance/340912-conservatives-revolt-over-talk-of-keeping-obamacare-tax


    “Cutting the capital gains tax gets you growth,” said Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist. He called keeping the investment tax an “economically illiterate bad idea.”

    Taxpayers Protection Alliance President David Williams said that failing to repeal the investment tax would cause investors to delay selling assets and would “discourage more entry into the stock market.” “

  519. PresidentPaul! says:

    The work of German antifa.

    And fake news keeps saying the republicans are the violent part of this equation.

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499454938969.jpg

  520. Donald J Trump says:

    Wow 4.4% unemployment! These numbers are real, people. They were only fake under President Obama, that sick guy. Sick sick!

  521. Ron Paul says:

    I’ve been a registered republican my whole life mainly because I want to vote in the primaries.

    This is unacceptable. Bunu knows that primaries are dangerous and anti-democratic. Only caucuses or state committees can be used to select candidates.

    Convene the Tribunal.

  522. Captain Obvious says:

    “Why don’t the Republicans pass that same bill NOW, when there is a different President?”

    Oh i don’t know, maybe because they want to keep their jobs?

  523. PresidentPaul! says:

    Trump smashes fake news

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499453568077.gif

  524. PresidentPaul! says:

    Well I’m not an advocate of democracy though. I advocate decentralization of power.

    For example if we had a World Government, you could vote but you’d be one vote 7.5 billion, and it would probably be electronic anyways so pointless.

    That’s the point of Anti-Federalism to argue against having a Federal government, which is more in line with my view.

    But I think the election of GWB proves that there are too many dumb people to have primaries in this country.

  525. PresidentPaul! says:

    Milo just sued Simon & Schuster for 10 million for dropping his book and not publishing it after PC bandits cajoled the company.

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499455555956.png

  526. Barrett says:

    I’m starting to think that the poster here named “Trump”, is not Soccer Moron, but in fact the real Donald Trump. Look at post #514 – he sounds just like the real thing

  527. PresidentPaul! says:

    Putin gets Trumped second time at meeting.

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499456459793.jpg

  528. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Robbie
    Do you have any thoughts about the Congressional Generic Ballot in this week’s YouGov/Economist Poll? Look at the data on issue 151 toward the end of the poll. It has Dems. up by 2 in a D+6 PID. Also, Indies go Republican by 6%.
    All of this with The Donald minus a net 12 in his approval/disapproval number.
    Will you reconsider whether Trump is hurting the GOP down ballot?

    http://d25d2506sfb94s.cloudfront.net/cumulus_uploads/document/o8w3rbul29/econTabReport.pdf

  529. Tina says:

    Jack Posobiec ?? @JackPosobiec
    ·
    4h

    And with one tweet, President Trump gets the entire media talking about John Podesta on the day he meets Putin. Well-played
    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
    Everyone here is talking about why John Podesta refused to give the DNC server to the FBI and the CIA. Disgraceful!

    Checkmate.

  530. Tina says:

    Mini Macaron is trying to be in every picture next to trump.

    Wtf, he shoukd stay next to justin bieber, look at each others socks, and call it a night.

  531. Cash Cow TM says:

    “Tina says:
    July 7, 2017 at 12:23 pm
    Madcow should eat some hay.”
    &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&
    Hey, leave me out of this.

  532. Jonesy says:

    LOL. Red racing Horses is a board of GOPe doomers like Robbie.

    Most of their board had Handel losing the GA-6

  533. Jonesy says:

    Knives are out already for Macron. His Vegas trip when Hollande’s Finance Minister, is being investigated in Paris.

  534. Jonesy says:

    Robbie still spewing his Morn Consult/Politico insider garbage on the Senate Races. The same morons who said Handle was going to lose

  535. Jonesy says:

    why did Merkel pick Hamburg of all places? Beirut would have been better

  536. PresidentPaul! says:

    Fake News on the G20

  537. PresidentPaul! says:

    oops, Fake News on the G20

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499413970956.jpg

  538. PresidentPaul! says:

    Sick

    Guantanamo ‘Freedom Fest’ Features Band Whose Music Was Used To Torture Detainees
    Years after the military used Drowning Pool music in interrogations, the band was invited to play a 4th of July show.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/guantanamo-drowning-pool-bodies-music-interrogations_us_595fb879e4b0d5b458ea0ff5?ncid=inblnkushpmg00000009

  539. PresidentPaul! says:

    Paul Ryan wrote a REALLY bad bill

    Poll: House GOP Healthcare Bill Most Unpopular Law in Decades

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/07/07/poll-house-gop-healthcare-bill-most-unpopular-law-in-decades/

  540. lisab says:

    question

    if you have a bunch of snowflakes bruning cars in your city

    why not arrest them?

  541. Robbie says:

    Sheeple, Jr. says:
    July 7, 2017 at 4:23 pm
    Robbie
    Do you have any thoughts about the Congressional Generic Ballot in this week’s YouGov/Economist Poll? Look at the data on issue 151 toward the end of the poll. It has Dems. up by 2 in a D+6 PID. Also, Indies go Republican by 6%.
    All of this with The Donald minus a net 12 in his approval/disapproval number.
    Will you reconsider whether Trump is hurting the GOP down ballot?

    – As I have stated numerous times, I don’t worry about the partisan breakdown of polls.

    As for 2018, any president with an approval of 40% or so is going to be a drag on his own party in off year elections. We all agreed on this point when it dealt with Obama and his approval rating so I’m not sure why some feel differently now. In fact, Sean Trende wrote a piece in the Spring of 2014 showing how various Obama approval ratings corresponded to Republican Senate gains. I believe his chart suggested 42% meant +9.

    The big thing going for Republicans in 2018 is, by in large, they are not overexposed in natural Democrat districts as Democrats were in Republican districts in 2010 after their big 2006 and 2008 wins. So even if Trump’s approval is no better than it is today, the likelihood of a wipeout is smaller. That doesn’t mean House control isn’t up for grabs, but a tsunami seems unlikely.

    I’m not going to make any predictions about control of the House or gains in the Senate because we’re still 16 months from election day, but I will say the conditions for a strong Democrat year exist regardless of what any poll dos or doesn’t say. Off year elections are always good for the party not in the White House, especially when the president approval is low. Had Clinton won, I’d be saying Republicans were in line for gains in the House and huge gains in the Senate.

  542. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    July 7, 2017 at 5:10 pm
    Robbie still spewing his Morn Consult/Politico insider garbage on the Senate Races. The same morons who said Handle was going to lose

    – To Jonesy, who said Robert Bork was in line to be Chief Justice had he been confirmed in 1987, a piece on the state of Senate recruiting efforts is garbage.

  543. Trump says:

    I’m a little snowflake.

  544. Paul says:

    Feeling relieved that Trump will have the Russians look into the Russian election meddling. We should get to the truth now.

  545. lisab says:

    zucker finds out about the cnn blackmail

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

  546. lisab says:

    this is funny even for the nttimes — talking about trump’s tweets
    —————————————–

    Trade between China and North Korea grew almost 40% in the first quarter. So much for China working with us – but we had to give it a try!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 5, 2017

    It was not clear where Mr. Trump garnered his 40 percent figure for growth in overall trade between China and North Korea.

  547. lisab says:

    here is the funny part from the SAME article!!!
    —————————

    China’s trade with the North grew 37.4 percent during the first three months of the year, compared with the same period in 2016, Chinese trade data released in April showed. China said the trade grew even as it stopped buying North Korean coal.

  548. lisab says:

    CNN’s Ratings Collapse As Primetime Shows Draw Less Viewers Than Re-Runs Of “Yogi Bear”

  549. lisab says:

    ESPN picks Jon Stewart to co-host SportsCenter.

  550. lisab says:

    CNN is not getting beat by Yogi Bear reruns. Let me clarify. They got beat by the 2010 live action hip Yogi Bear movie which was at 13% Rotten Tomatoes.

  551. lisab says:

    Lawsuit Seeks to Void Georgia Congressional Election Results

  552. lisab says:

    Folks, Pennsylvania is even redder than in November, now +104,000 registered R’s over D’s

  553. wvally says:

    Silicon Valley honchos are starting a new platform to save the Democratic Party called “WTF”

    http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/07/the-wtf-plan-to-disrupt-politics-is-everything-thats-wrong-with-silicon-valley

    Apropos.

  554. wvally says:

    Apparently Podesta admitted that the leaked emails were in fact his and real for the first time in his tweet storm today.

  555. lisab says:

    Braves Fan Confuses The Strikeout K’s As A “KKK” Symbol, Gets Roasted By Twitter

    https://offthemonstersports.com/2017/07/braves-fan-confuses-the-strikeout-ks-as-a-kkk-symbol-gets-roasted-by-twitter/

  556. Paul says:

    I’d prefer Podesta to be president.

  557. wvally says:

    That is some serious WTF

  558. lisab says:

    “I’d prefer Podesta to be president.”

    and in 3.5 years you can vote for him

  559. janz says:

    I was looking at photos showing all the dignitaries and their wives. Apparently Malania Trump was seated next to Putin during a dinner. They both speak German, so they were able to openly converse with each other. Putin appeared totally absorbed in their discussion.

    She is proving more and more to be a valuable asset with her grace, beauty, and lingustics – far greater than Michelle and her toned biceps.

  560. Trump says:

    You would prefer a creep loser like Podesta, Paul.

    Why is no one surprised?

  561. Trump says:

    Does Podesta know what “password” means?

    Ha ha ha ha

  562. Sean Spicer says:

    w2rty43!3Z%

  563. Trump says:

    Paul, trump is just getting started.

    By the time he gets done in 2024, Podesta will be in jail, sharing a cell with Comey, Hillary, and lynch.

  564. Phil says:

    582
    Nice find, Lisa. The gal tweeting that is obviously bat sh*t crazy. Holy cow! Please, someone stop the political correctness insanity. I like the tweet from the black person saying as a black person he wasn’t offended. Her reply? “I must care more about your race than you do” LOL Just shoot me.

  565. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    583. “I’d prefer Podesta to be president.”

    Did you watch him deliver his speech on election night? He comes across like a real light-weight. His failure to secure his computer system is inexcusable, considering he was involved in the major political campaign and his candidate was a former Secretary of State. He has no one but himself to blame for being hacked.

    By contrast, Trump brought in his son-in-law Jared, who was a computer wiz kid, and set up a powerful social media campaign for Trump; many people credit him with winning the election for Trump. A Forbes article entitled “How Jared Kushner Won Trump the White House”, stated:

    “But by running the Trump campaign–notably, its secret data operation-like a Silicon Valley startup, Kushner eventually tipped the states that swung the election.” He did this with very little money.

    The Democratic dinosaurs need to realize the stone age is over, and technology is the key. The fact the hapless Podesta could not even set up a proper password on his computer, and told a staffer to open a questionable E-mail is totally nuts. By contrast Trump, is crazy like a fox, utilizing social media in a new way to win a stunning upset.

  566. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Fox News Poll: Politician Favorability Ratings

    Trump 47% Favorable; 51% Unfavorable;

    Pelosi 33% Favorable; 50% Unfavorable;
    Schumer 26% Favorable; 35% Unfavorable;

    Paul Ryan 37% Favorable; 45% Unfavorable
    McConnell 25% Favorable; 41% Unfavorable;
    Mike Pence 47% Favorable; 42% Unfavorable;

  567. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #567- Robbie
    With all due respect, you cherry pick information you like and ignore data you do not.
    My take is that with Indies supporting the GOP by 6%,a fact you completely omit, while Trump’s approval is at about 40%, the GOP should do fine in next year’s midterm elections if the data remains static from now until then.

  568. Wes says:

    I rarely weigh in on Trump himself on here because I tend to focus on occurrences downballot.

    I will say this:

    Trump is one of the most media-savvy Presidents the United States has ever had. He’s every bit as good as Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin Roosevelt, John Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, and Bill Clinton were.

  569. Trump says:

    Trump is a media savant.

    That’s how he won, despite all odds.

  570. Tina says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/07/07/leakers-now-paranoid-caught/amp/

    Firing the leakers like sjw yates and comedy help. Now, it is time to arrest, prosecute, and convict the leakers.

  571. Jonesy says:

    Well said Wes. I think using twitter is genius also, as it bypasses the MSM bias.

    I do think he should save his tweets for the big boys, and not irrelevant loses like mika and Acosta

  572. Jonesy says:

    594. Sheeple, if it were 1987, Robbie would be against Reagan too. He would pick every bad MSM poll like today

  573. wvally says:

    Tina the original reporting in Politico is even better.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/07/trumps-leak-vendetta-sends-chills-240274

    Literally laugh out loud…. paraphrasing… people committing felonies now worried they may be caught… when we call our sources they say they’re laying low.

    Definitely worth a read

  574. jason says:

    The times they are a’changing…..

    Priests now drive corvettes and carry Glocks…

    http://abcnews.go.com/US/priest-arrested-florida-road-rage-incident-pulling-gun/story?id=48517183

  575. Tina says:

    Exactly wvally, criminals complaining about their crimes is another way of looking at it.

  576. Wes says:

    I wonder if Robbie was ever as concerned about Trump’s current tweets as about the fact that GWB hired a series of godawful press secretaries in his second term and did exactly nothing while the MSM carried water for the Dems during his second term, leaving other Republicans to dangle helplessly as the Dems romped to lopsided victories in 2006 and 2008.

    Bush let his own Justice Department destroy the reputation and political career of longserving Senator Ted Stevens–a man innocent of all charges by the way.

    How can a sitting President do that to a member of his own party?

    Thankfully Dan Sullivan finally avenged the former Senator in 2014.

  577. jason says:

    The problem is that after 8 years of Obama all these agencies are stuffed with partisan Democrats with a political agenda. The days when the intelligence community was essentially non-political are unfortunately over. Some of these people think their allegiance is to party or ideology, not country.

    Trump needs to clean out them out as much as possible, but it won’t be easy. Government work is like entitlements, once entrenched its very difficult to reverse.

  578. Tina says:

    Wvally, i forgot, according to the resident concern troll here, they all leak.

  579. Wes says:

    To be fair, most of us would probably be up in arms had Obama done the same thing to curb leaks.

    That said, I completely agree with what Trump is doing.

    It will prevent a rehash of idiocy like Richard Armitage’s leak of Valerie Plame’s name and keep the Administration from getting sidetracked by trying to squelch a series of fires as happened to Hannibal in Italy after Cannae.

  580. Wes says:

    As John McCain learned to his detriment, the media are situational allies. They’re someone’s friend–until they aren’t.

  581. Wes says:

    The MSM won’t destroy just Republicans either. When they realized Howard Dean was a loose cannon Bush would probably defeat handily, they played up the infamous “I have a scream” moment–which realistically wasn’t nearly so bad as advertised–as much as possible to help Kerry beat Dean and give Dems a viable, if ultimately unsuccessful, chance to win in 2004.

  582. jason says:

    Bush let his own Justice Department destroy the reputation and political career of longserving Senator Ted Stevens–a man innocent of all charges by the way.”

    Wow, BDS taken to a new level.

    The Stevens case was indeed a travesty, but the problem was rogue prosecutors, not Bush. If he had personally tried to intervene in the case it would have been a major scandal.

    I suppose you could blame the AG for not intervening, but even that would be a stretch. The Justice Department has career prosecutors, some are good, some are bad, but to suggest they are all under control of the President on every case is ridiculous.

    However, I don’t disagree with the criticism about Bush allowing the MSM to “carry water for the Dems”. Bush was way too cavalier in allowing the MSM to dictate the narrative.

  583. jason says:

    As John McCain learned to his detriment, the media are situational allies. They’re someone’s friend–until they aren’t.”

    Actually, the same happened to Trump.

    Because the MSM wanted him to be the nominee, they gave him all the attention, carried his rallies live, scores of cream puff interviews… at the time I said “just wait until he is the nominee, they will turn on him in a nanosecond”.

    The difference was that Trump refused to become the victim.

  584. Wes says:

    Wrong, Jason.

    After the rogue prosecution of Stevens, the Justice Department under Eric Holder put in place new guidelines to prevent another witchhunt of a sitting politician.

    Bush Worship Syndromers like you always believe the problem is anywhere but with the President named GWB.

    As Harry Truman once famously said, “The buck stops here.”

    That’s a guy who actually served as President talking.

  585. Wes says:

    That’s a good point, Jason. The MSM for whatever reason ignored Trump’s past as a rabblerouser and media pugilist unwilling to back down from a fight.

    They should have bewared what they asked for. They got it.

  586. jason says:

    McCain was the MSM darling during the primaries.

    The “maverick”. The principled Republican. Independent. His own man. War hero.

    After he was nominated?

    Philandering doddering out of touch old fool who couldn’t remember how many vacation homes he had, married to a ruthless worker-hating capitalist and who probably couldn’t survive one term due to terminal cancer.

  587. Wes says:

    Don’t forget McCain went from champion of immigrants to racist white xenophobe immediately after securing the nomination.

  588. jason, BWS says:

    “Bush Worship Syndromers like you”

    I like it.

    Worth a few points…

  589. jason, BWS says:

    Remember all the “McCain” is way too old to President stories rampant in 2008?

    Hillary was the same age in 2016, but nary a peep….

  590. Cash Cow TM says:

    Walt wants to know who wants to come and help do yard work…

    I can’t help him today.

    Instead I will be scouring the 1/3 of an acre property for crashed airplanes, signs of Big Foot, ancient artifacts to unravel other assorted unsolved mysteries.

  591. Wes says:

    I didn’t even vote for McCain, but I was absolutely disgusted at his treatment by the media after he won the right to face Obama for the presidency. (Yes, I know Obama wouldn’t become the nominee for another few months, but he was well on his way once McCain secured the GOP nod.)

  592. jason, BWS says:

    Also Trump lucked out on the age thing.

    Had he run against a younger Democrat that would have been the meme of the MSM.

    But had Bernie won the nomination, all the stories would be how vigorous and brilliant he was at 74

  593. jason, BWS says:

    Instead I will be scouring the 1/3 of an acre property for crashed airplanes, signs of Big Foot, ancient artifacts to unravel other assorted unsolved mysteries.”

    Zzzzzzz….

    Just admit you are just looking for a place to dump some big cow pies.

  594. wvally says:

    Seeing the MSM fully revealed has been one of the best things to happen in the past year.

    And to think they started the “Fake News” meme after the election to attack conservatives posting on Facebook…lol

  595. PresidentPaul! says:


    CNN’s Ratings Collapse As Primetime Shows Draw Less Viewers Than Re-Runs Of “Yogi Bear””

    As long as they don’t lose the airport support they should be ok. If people have to quit watching fake news at the airport though, then CNN could go bankrupt.

  596. Tina says:

    Its too bad that mamnesty has nit learned about them being a situational allly.

    He needs to retire and soon.

  597. JC says:

    Instead I will be scouring the 1/3 of an acre property for crashed airplanes, signs of Big Foot, ancient artifacts to unravel other assorted unsolved mysteries.”

    Zzzzzzz….

    Just admit you are just looking for a place to dump some big cow pies.
    ——————–

    Or a body.

    It’s been days since we’ve heard from Walt…

  598. Cash Cow TM says:

    Walt is alive.

    Cow Rule #1 is do not kill the hand the milks you.

  599. JC says:

    Walt is alive.

    Cow Rule #1 is do not kill the hand the milks you.
    —————–

    Oh dear.

    Does Mrs. Walt know?

  600. lisab says:

    Donald Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, took his seat at a Group of 20 meeting table in Hamburg, sitting in for the president when he stepped away for one-on-one meetings with world leaders.

    A photo on Twitter shows Ivanka Trump sitting at her father’s place, between Chinese President Xi Jinping and British Prime Minister Theresa May. One official who was watching the session said she has taken her father’s place at the table on at least two occasions today and did not speak.

  601. Robbie says:

    Sheeple, Jr. says:
    July 8, 2017 at 6:46 am
    #567- Robbie
    With all due respect, you cherry pick information you like and ignore data you do not.
    My take is that with Indies supporting the GOP by 6%,a fact you completely omit, while Trump’s approval is at about 40%, the GOP should do fine in next year’s midterm elections if the data remains static from now until then.

    – I’m cherry picking nothing. A low approval rating for a president is a bad sign for his party in an off year election. That one number has always been the best predictor of results in an off year election.

    All throughout 2013, Democrats held a lead in the generic ballot, yet they were wiped out in 2014. Why? It was the off year election in the sixth year of an unpopular presidency. In other words, the polls suggested one thing in 2013, but the dynamics suggested another. The dynamics were right.

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/other/generic_congressional_vote-2170.html

    If you want to rely on a You/Gov poll of Independents taken 16 months before an election as evidence things aren’t as bad as they seem, that’s fine. Polls change though. In 2005, no one predicted Democrats were in line to line back the House. In 2009, no one predicted Republicans were on the verge of a super-wave in 2010.

  602. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    July 8, 2017 at 10:17 am
    594. Sheeple, if it were 1987, Robbie would be against Reagan too. He would pick every bad MSM poll like today

    – Moron alert.

    Again, please tell us how Robert Bork was in line to be Chief Justice had he been confirmed in 1987.

  603. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    July 8, 2017 at 10:44 am
    I wonder if Robbie was ever as concerned about Trump’s current tweets as about the fact that GWB hired a series of godawful press secretaries in his second term and did exactly nothing while the MSM carried water for the Dems during his second term, leaving other Republicans to dangle helplessly as the Dems romped to lopsided victories in 2006 and 2008.
    Bush let his own Justice Department destroy the reputation and political career of longserving Senator Ted Stevens–a man innocent of all charges by the way.
    How can a sitting President do that to a member of his own party?

    – Anyone who read my comments here in 2006, 2007, and 2008 knows I was extremely disappointed in the way the GWB administration ended.

    GWB’s problem wasn’t a press secretary though. It was a strategy in Iraq he couldn’t articulate or defend as soldiers died.

    No press secretary was ever going to be able to overcome daily reports about the number of soldiers who had died or the violent bombings that killed hundreds and hundred of people in Iraq.

  604. lisab says:

    fox news: no indictment of nypd officer in chokehold death

    cnn: no indictment of white new york police officer in chokehold death of unarmed black man

  605. lisab says:

    You’re Fired: Trump Administration Axed Over 500 ‘Misbehaving’ Veterans Affairs Workers

  606. lisab says:

    Now at Chicago Midway Airport. Not a single TV in the bars, restaurants, or waiting area are showing CNN

  607. Robbie says:

    Just to add a bit to my views on 2018, let me lay down this marker. Right now, I think two numbers could be very be important: 45 and 40.

    If Trump’s approval rating in the RCP average is 45% or higher in October 2018, I think Republicans will do quite well.

    If Trump’s approval rating in the RCP average is 40% or lower in October 2018, I think Democrats are going to do quite well, possibly even taking back the House.

    If Trump’s approval rating is between 40% and 45% in the RCP average in October 2018, I think the outcome will be a crapshoot. In some places Trump may help and in others he may be a hindrance.

  608. lisab says:

    A recent ambush of British special operations forces in Mosul reportedly required hand-to-hand combat for survival.

    Military sources told The Daily Star on Sunday that an intelligence gathering operation by Special Air Service personnel in Iraq turned into a firefight with roughly 50 ISIS terrorists. Over 30 were killed near a riverbed before the British troops ran out of ammunition.

    “They knew that if they were captured, they would be tortured and decapitated,” a source told the Star. “Rather than die on their knees, they went for a soldier’s death and charged the ISIS fighters who were moving along the river bed. They were screaming and swearing as they set about the terrorists.”

    One terrorist was drowned in a puddle by an operator.

    “[The SAS warfighter] then picked up a stone and smashed it into the face of another gunman wrestling with one of his colleagues,” the source said. “Another killed three of the fighters by using his assault rifle as a club. Others were stabbing at the gunmen who wanted to capture the British troops alive.”

    The team, all suffering injuries, eventually met up with Kurdish allies after the remaining ISIS fighters fled.

  609. Cash Cow TM says:

    GROSS!!!

    while walking the property I found the remains of a slow squirrel that something got and ATE!
    RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE YARD!

    Only thing left was the intestines, internal organs, some little clumps of fur and one claw. Even the BONES were gone.

    GROSS!
    enough to curdle my cream.
    **********************************************
    I hope it was not a kill by the legendary meat eating creature Big Hoof! Or a ritual killing by aliens from another planet…

  610. lisab says:

    this is sad/funny

    18 year old girl becomes agitated when police question her. she starts acting like an ass, not really understanding the whole police thing.

    she gets arrested.

    here is the sad/funny part. they call her father.

    the police officer was way out of line — calling her father is a low blow

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QoX-RHjs0jA

  611. Wes says:

    Apparently Oregon has implemented free (read: taxpayer funded) abortions.

    Look, I’m pro choice. I have a particularly brutal occurrence in my past that lled me to that position, though I think education on alternatives should be readily available while I also feel states should restrict the procedure after the first trimester with PBA being outlawed altogether.

    Despite my feelings on abortion, I can not countenance using taxpayer money to fund abortions. If a woman or girl feels the need to get an abortion, then she should pay for it herself, buy an insurance policy that covers it, or seek funding from a private source.

    Taxpayers should not have to pay for abortion or any other elective procedure regardless of the motivation of the female seeking it.

  612. Bitterlaw says:

    Headed out to celebrate my dad’s 90th birthday.

    GFY

  613. Wes says:

    Oh, Mikey will be happy to hear I support primaries for those apostate Illinois RINOs who voted for Mike Madigan’s tax increase.

    Illinois is one of the worst run states in the country ever since Pat Quinn jacked taxes sky high in 2010. Now Madigan and his buddies in ghe legislature want to double down on stupid. Rauner needs to veto the measure and actively support primarying the tax-raising RINOs who went along with Czar Madigan.

    The Land of Lincoln is a goddamn bana republic ruled by the most irresponsible politicians this side of Zimbabwe.

  614. Jonesy says:

    Careful Robbie, or we will have to unleash Lisa on You once more.

    Any GOP insider rumors today Reynold Wrap? GOP to lose 12 Senate Seats in 2018? Handle will lose…

  615. Jonesy says:

    Robbie

    Morning Consult 7/8

    GOP insiders fear Trump will lose Utah, Arkansas, and Alabama in 2020.

  616. Jonesy says:

    Wes, sad thing is that most of Vichy Republicans in IL who voted for Tax Hikes, are from downstate Districts Trump won by 20%. They all wanted Bribes

  617. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The Democrats just opened a pandora’s box:

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/07/treasury-dept-asked-to-investigate-reports-that-russia-funneled-millions-to-us-environmental-groups/

    An investigation about Trump may shift to Loretta Lynn and even Al Gore. The Russian and Arab money going to some environmental organizations has been known about for some time.

  618. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Here is a site with a video of a sting on two Hollywood actors seeking funds to oppose fracking:

    “In the video, obtained exclusively by The Hollywood Reporter and embedded below, actors Ed Begley Jr. and Mariel Hemingway are duped by a man named “Muhammad,” who is looking to make an anti-fracking movie while hiding that its funding is coming from Middle Eastern oil interests.

    Muhammad, accompanied by a man pretending to be an ad executive, seemingly has the two actors agreeing to participate in the scheme, even after he acknowledges that his goal is to keep America from becoming energy independent. The meeting, which appears to have been secretly recorded, took place a few months ago at the Beverly Hills Hotel.”

    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/cannes-video-hollywood-environmentalists-anti-706051

  619. jason, BWS says:

    Btw, in that priest with gun article I posted earlier handguns are now “semi-automatic” hand guns.

    Soon they will graduate to “assault” hand guns.

    “As the victim attempted to pass the Corvette, the driver [Adams] pointed a semi-automatic hand gun at them,” read the report.

  620. jason, BWS says:

    Wobbie is skeptical of polls “16 months before the election” while claiming the GOP is doomed based on polls 16 months before the election.

    He then wonders why he is a laughingstock here.

  621. jason, BWS says:

    Seeing the MSM fully revealed has been one of the best things to happen in the past year.”

    Yeah, unfortunately there are still a lot of Wobbies in the country.

  622. jason, BWS says:

    I read the new “bombshell” the NYT is putting out… on Drudge.

    Zzzzzzzzz…… the definition of nothingburger.

  623. Robbie says:

    jason, BWS says:
    July 8, 2017 at 5:20 pm
    Wobbie is skeptical of polls “16 months before the election” while claiming the GOP is doomed based on polls 16 months before the election.
    He then wonders why he is a laughingstock here.

    – I’m not skeptical of polls. In fact, I have repeatedly noted how important Trump’s job approval is going to be next year since it is the best correlator as to how his party will do.

    I’ve also said the dynamics of 2018, an off year election, naturally favor the party not in the White House. And at least for now, I think the normal dynamics of an off year election are probably a better guide, right now, to 2018 than any single poll done in July 2017.

    If we had relied solely on polls at this point in 2013 as a guide for 2014, then we’d have assumed Democrats were primed for wins based on the generic ballot. On the other hand, the normal dynamics of a unpopular presidency entering the midterms of its sixth year argued otherwise. Which was the better guidepost?

  624. Wobbles says:

    I don’t think the MSM is ever wrong.

    When they are, it’s obviously due to an honest mistake.

    “Sarah Palin’s defamation lawsuit against The New York Times should be tossed because the paper made “an honest mistake” when it said she incited a 2011 shooting that severely wounded Arizona Rep. Gabby Giffords and killed six people, a lawyer for the Gray Lady said on Friday.”

  625. jason says:

    I’m not skeptical of polls.”

    Zzzzzzz……

    Unless they don’t fit your narrative.

    The true definition of a lying fraud.

  626. jason says:

    Wobbie is in good company. Only 9% of Republicans trust the media….but 56% of Democrats do.

    Marist

    “They get significant trust from 56% of Democrats, but only 14% of them trust the media “a great deal.” Only 9% of Republicans trust the media to any significant extent, which is hardly surprising, but only 28% of independents trust the media, which puts them more in line with the GOP. Seventy percent of independents split evenly between “not very much” trust in the media and none at all. Even “soft Democrats” wind up mainly mistrusting the media with a 36/60 rating; “strong Democrats” split 57/39 on trust. The only other majority in the demos are self-described liberals (55/44), and none of these majorities are impressive as the mi”strusting majorities in most other demos.”

  627. jason says:

    So 57% “strong Democrats” trust the media .

    Only 9% of Republicans trust the media.

    The reasons are obvious to everyone except MSM toadies.

  628. Tina says:

    Any morr muh russian frim the loons?

  629. Phil says:

    Yep, according to Drudge, another “bombshell” dropped in the NYT Sunday morning addition on collusion with the Russians. Trump campaign met with kremlin lawyer two weeks after Trump secured the nomination. This time they really, really, really, really, really, really, really have the goods on Kremlin lover Trump.

    Long, very long investigative piece so it must really really, really, really, really be damning.

    Really….

  630. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    This sounds like a family dynasty in the making, the Bush and Clinton family have competition. Will it be Ivanka or Jared in 2020? lol

    “A White House official confirmed Ivanka Trump sat in for Mr. Trump when the president of the World Bank began addressing the session.

    “Ivanka was sitting in the back and then briefly joined the main table when the president had to step out,” the official told CBS News. “When other leaders stepped out, their seats were also briefly filled by others.”

    The episode drew fire from observers who criticized the unusual move of having a family member take the president’s place during a meeting of world leaders. Ivanka Trump joined the White House staff as an unpaid assistant to the president in March. Her husband Jared Kushner serves as senior adviser and is also unpaid.”

  631. janz says:

    Phil, I don’t know whether you saw this Circa piece following the NYT’s hit job, countering and detailing this supposed 20 minute meeting.

  632. wvally says:

    From the Circa article Janz linked:

    The president’s legal team said Saturday they believe the entire meeting may have been part of a larger election-year opposition effort aimed at creating the appearance of improper connections between Trump family members and Russia that also included a now-discredited intelligence dossier produced by a former British intelligence agent named Christopher Steele who worked for a U.S. political firm known as Fusion GPS.

    “We have learned from both our own investigation and public reports that the participants in the meeting misrepresented who they were and who they worked for,” said Mark Corallo, a spokesman for President Trump’s legal team. “Specifically, we have learned that the person who sought the meeting is associated with Fusion GPS, a firm which according to public reports, was retained by Democratic operatives to develop opposition research on the President and which commissioned the phony Steele dossier. “

  633. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    July 8, 2017 at 6:00 pm
    I’m not skeptical of polls.”
    Zzzzzzz……
    Unless they don’t fit your narrative.
    The true definition of a lying fraud.

    – If there’s one thing I have been consistently criticized for over the years at HHR, it’s that I have put too much value in polls and polling averages. It’s why I picked Tillis and Roberts to lose in 2014, it’s why I picked Handel to lose last month, and it’s why I picked Trump to lose in 2016. Yet now I’m also disregarding polls too? Which is it? Am I a poll worshipper or am I a poll denier?

    When it comes to off year elections, the single best predictor is the job approval average of the president. That’s the only number that matters. When it’s high as it was in 2002, the party in the White House does well. When it’s low as it was in 2006, 2010, and 2014, the party in the White House does poorly.

    That’s my narrative.

    If you’d like to cite the generic ballot or certain aspects of the generic ballot, go right ahead. That said, the final RCP generic ballot average in 2014 was Republicans +2.4%. That type of number certainly didn’t argue for a Republican wave that saw them get 248 House seats, gain 9 Senate seats, and win a whole slew of governorships like Illinois and Maryland.

    But you what number did suggest a big Republican year at every level? Barack Obama’s job approval average which was just 42% in the RCP average on election day 2014.

  634. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    We have the definitive proof of Trump’s involvement with Putin.

    “The smoking gun – Trump had Russian dressing on his salad!!”

    (from a comment in the Circa article)

  635. Tina says:

    Phil, that is the smoking gun.

    Lol

  636. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Meanwhile, this is how the “single payer” system is working in Britain:

    Daily Telegraph

    “One million patients a week cannot get appointments with GPs, amid the longest waiting times on record, new figures show.

    Doctors said they were working “flat out” but under “unsustainable” pressure, leaving “worrying” numbers of patients without any help.

    The NHS figures show the number waiting at least a week to see their GP has risen by 56 per cent in five years, with one in five now waiting this long.

    The pressures left 11.3 per cent of patients unable to get an appointment at all – a 27 per cent rise since 2012. This amounts to around 47 million occasions on which patients attempted but failed to secure help from their GP, forcing them to give up, try again later or turn to Accident & Emergency departments.

    Rising numbers of patients struggled to even get through on the phone, with 27.8 per cent of those polled citing difficulties, compared with 18.5 per cent in 2012.”

  637. Tina says:

    President Trump was not aware of the meeting and did not attend it, according to the lawyers. A translator and an America

    It would not have been illegal if he met with the russians, as did the clintunes.

  638. Tina says:

    Macron at the G20 “We cant fight terrorism effectively if we dont have a clear plan to fight climate change”
    Damien Rieu @DamienRieu

    Wtf, does not compute lil macron.

  639. PresidentPaul! says:

    Usually “fighting terrorism” means either banning the internet and banning free speech to most politicians in Europe.

  640. Wes says:

    Leftists are idiots.

  641. Wes says:

    Actually fighting terrorism means taking out those responsible for terrorist acts–like your buddy Osama bin Laden, Bunu.

  642. MichiganGuy says:

    “Hundreds of voter registrations withdrawn in Colorado after state signals compliance with Trump election commission.”

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/hundreds-of-voter-registrations-withdrawn-in-colorado-after-state-signals-compliance-with-trump-election-commission-report/article/2628073

    Surprise, surprise gee I wonder why? 😉

  643. Tina says:

    Phil, some media reports are indicating that the meeting set up by trumps son occured weeks after the election. I guess June of 2016 is a couple of weeks after the election.

  644. Phil says:

    The NYT still all in on this Russian garbage? How dumb can they get? These idiots just cannot help themselves. The more they write about it the more partisan and desperate they look. It’s over NYT. Move on.

    Can they not see every time they write another story on this crap they dig a hole deeper and deeper over a topic the American people aren’t buying and certainly aren’t concerned about?

    The answer is no. After watching CNN spiral down over the last couple of weeks as a result of their obsession with this story the NYT continues to go full speed ahead.

    What a bubble these people must live in.

  645. Tina says:

    Fusion is behind this. Thry pushed the pepe dossier. Phil, which was discredited.

  646. lisab says:

    Nearly half of people aged 18-34 are entering their 30s in Japan without any sexual experience, leaving the country facing a steep population decline
    ——————————–

    japan is strange

  647. Bitterlaw says:

    Sometimes, I trust the media:

    Fires.
    Weather – except snow forecast more than 12 hours out.
    Shootings
    Traffic
    Election results

  648. Tina says:

    We have learned from both our own investigation and public reports that the participants in the meeting misrepresented who they were and who they worked for. Specifically, we have learned that the person who sought the meeting is associated with Fusion GPS, a firm which according to public reports, was retained by Democratic operatives to develop opposition research on the President and which commissioned the phony Steele dossier.”

    Phil, see this part. This looks like some kind of dirty trick.

  649. Trump says:

    Still waiting to hear why meeting Russians is either illegal or bad?

    I remember Obama meeting Putin. Not to mention the crooked grandma.

  650. MichiganGuy says:

    Tim Tebow Surprises with Strong Batting Average, Two Home Runs for St. Lucie Mets

    http://www.breitbart.com/sports/2017/07/07/tim-tebow-surprises-strong-batting-average-two-home-runs-st-lucie-mets/

  651. Tina says:

    http://www.dailywire.com/news/18382/limbaugh-ongoing-frustration-trumps-conservative-david-limbaugh

    Trump,tweets, article from d. Limbaugh. This part I agree with.

    But what about Trump’s tweets? Well, most conservatives aren’t bothered by most of Trump’s tweets, because they are just a continuation of what Trump was doing in plain sight during the primaries. Not every supporter approves of every tweet, but I dare say they love that Trump is finally taking the fight to the leftist media and putting them back on their heels for the first time in our adult lifetimes — again, not for revenge but because the leftist media are enemies of truth and must be confronted.

  652. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #662- Robbie
    What you may have overlooked is that Obama was at 42% approval just prior to the 2014 midterms with polls using PID’s of D+6 or higher.
    If you were to measure The Donald’s approval rating with R+6 PID’s, he would be doing significantly better that the 40% he is at now in RCP or Obama’s 42% during Autumn 2014.
    Also, one should be skeptical of approval ratings and the Generic Congressional Ballot data since 25% of the figures include the Democrat “vote sinks” in New York and CA.The GOP rules outside those two areas other than in big urban centers.
    As for You Gov, I take its polling data with as much credence as any other poll; a lot of incredulity. Republicans +7 with Indies is irrelevant to you because you want it that way.
    It has become obvious to me that you want the GOP to take a big hit in the 2018 midterms so you can gloat that it’s all Trump’s fault and justify your antipathy toward him and his supporters.

  653. Tina says:

    Trump tweet fest. Discusses his g 20 trip, the drats, etc.

  654. Tina says:

    Jebots to be triggered.

  655. Bitterlaw says:

    Thanks, MG. Any stats for other High A baseball players? Maybe a recent high school grad pitcher?

  656. Cash Cow TM says:

    In WV, the new R SOS has embarked on a program to clean up the voter registration rolls. There are several counties in WV that had ore people on the voting rolls than the entire population of the counties.

    WV has removed over 63,000 names from the rolls, including hundreds of convicted felons whose names should have been removed due to their convictions.

    MAKE WV GREAT AGAIN!
    _____________________
    I say GREAT, GRETA!

  657. Robbie says:

    LOL! In other news, the fox and the hens have joined forces to form an impenetrable security unit to protect the henhouse.

    Donald J. Trump?
    @realDonaldTrump 2h
    2 hours ago

    Putin & I discussed forming an impenetrable Cyber Security unit so that election hacking, & many other negative things, will be guarded..

  658. Tina says:

    Why would obama not do anything if Russia hacked. 4 months to stop it and he just ket them do it.

  659. Tina says:

    Why did Obama do NOTHING when he had info before election?

    So we have a crime, russia, and an accessory to a crime, obama.

  660. Robbie says:

    Sheeple, Jr. says:
    July 9, 2017 at 8:39 am
    #662- Robbie
    What you may have overlooked is that Obama was at 42% approval just prior to the 2014 midterms with polls using PID’s of D+6 or higher.
    If you were to measure The Donald’s approval rating with R+6 PID’s, he would be doing significantly better that the 40% he is at now in RCP or Obama’s 42% during Autumn 2014.
    Also, one should be skeptical of approval ratings and the Generic Congressional Ballot data since 25% of the figures include the Democrat “vote sinks” in New York and CA.The GOP rules outside those two areas other than in big urban centers.
    As for You Gov, I take its polling data with as much credence as any other poll; a lot of incredulity. Republicans +7 with Indies is irrelevant to you because you want it that way.
    It has become obvious to me that you want the GOP to take a big hit in the 2018 midterms so you can gloat that it’s all Trump’s fault and justify your antipathy toward him and his supporters.

    – There’s a lot to unpack here. First, I have repeatedly written here over the years that worry about the partisan ID of polling is a waste of time. Partisanship is a sentiment and fluctuates. It is not a set variable like gender or race. When people like one party, they tend to associate with it just as they tend to disassociate with a party when they don’t like it.

    Second, you, yourself, wrote you treat with incredulity YouGov and any other polling data. Then in the very next sentence, you chastise me for not paying attention to a subset of a poll that provides a result you like. Which is it? Should I treat individual polls with incredulity, or should I pay attention to a subset of poll?

    Third, I do not want the party to take a big hit in 2018. That’s just stupid, but par for the course at HHR these days. I have been raising my concerns about Trump’s actions precisely because I’m worried they will hurt the party and I want to see him tone it down so the stress and pressure on House Republicans will ease in 2018.

  661. Robbie says:

    Marco Rubio?
    @marcorubio

    Partnering with Putin on a “Cyber Security Unit” is akin to partnering with Assad on a “Chemical Weapons Unit”. 2/3

  662. Tina says:

    Why would obama let the russians get away with it?

  663. Tina says:

    Bery successful g20.

    Pooty poot looked tiny, tiny hands?

    Mini maxron and mulkah merkel inefffective, as is justin bieber.

    Trade concessions

    Respect for America missing since Reagan.

  664. Jonesy says:

    Robbie

    Morning Consult

    GOP insiders worried that Democrats will win Special Senate Election for Alabama.

  665. Jonesy says:

    Robbie

    Politico

    GOP donors nervous about 2024 and 2026 House races

  666. Trump says:

    Rubio is trying to tweet like Trump?

  667. Trump says:

    As usual, the retard Robbie cuts and pastes third hand tweets.

    While touting his own “analysis ”

    Moron

  668. Trump says:

    Stress a pressure on house republicans will ear when they actually do something.

    Instead of taking endless recesses.

  669. Trump says:

    Ease

  670. Diamond Jim says:

    DCC

  671. lisab says:

    colorado agreed to participate in the voter fraud investigation by the feds

    they are having record numbers of people call to remove their voter registrations!

  672. lisab says:

    so the voter fraud thing could be big

  673. lisab says:

    Donald J. Trump?Verified account @realDonaldTrump 4h4 hours ago
    More
    Questions were asked about why the CIA & FBI had to ask the DNC 13 times for their SERVER, and were rejected, still don’t….

  674. lisab says:

    Muslim FM radio station broadcast 25 hours of Al Qaeda speeches calling for a holy war ‘by mistake’

    Iman FM in Sheffield broadcast 25 hours of Al-Awlaki’s sermons in June

    A complaint was made to Ofcom who suspended Iman FM’s broadcast licence

    The radio station now has 21 days to explain for face a permanent closure

  675. Jonesy says:

    Lisa, even though CO has a far governor , it has a GOP sec of state.

    That office is important

  676. lisab says:

    i think it is good we are addressing false registrations

    i am so not a trump supporter, but i have to admit i am enjoying some of the butt hurt hillary supporters immensely

    serves them right for cheating bernie 🙂

  677. lisab says:

    CNN BREAKING NEWS: President Trump rips hat off unarmed black Marine after first assaulting him

    https://i.redd.it/j68st70jtj8z.gif

  678. lisab says:

    John Locke, who i greatly respect despite the fact he was a straight white male from a colonialist empire

    wrote that you need to have elections periodically as a safety valve to keep democracies from breaking down into factional wars

    i think a big part of the anger in this country is that elections are increasingly being seen as rigged, whether by illegals voting, people multiple voting, votes being “found” in a car, or by the dnc rigging the primaries

    voting is one thing that i think has to be absolutely above board

  679. Cash Cow TM says:

    You urban jungle dwelling, latte sipping, soccer loving gooses, we are drinking beer and eating popcorn at Washington Nationals ball park.

    If you are watching on TV I am wearing a National red shirt
    and hat. Right field line.

  680. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Last week after Wagner bowed-out of the MO 2018 Senate race and cast doubt on Hawley running, I said that short of an Akin-like schmuck running for the GOP, McCaskill(D) would be soundly defeated. Catch this just-released poll of the MO Senate race:

    https://twitter.com/eyokley/status/884079843599691776

  681. Wes says:

    Ed Morrissey will announce his intentions regarding WV-Sen tomorrow. Although Morrissey would br a strong contender, Evan Jenkins is already in the race and has the twin advantages of hailing ftom WV-3, where Republicans need to hold doen Manchin’s margins to win statewide, and being able to transfer funds from his House reelection fund to his Senate campaign account.

    As such, I hope Morrissey does the right thing and avoids this race so as to take on Jim Justice in 2020 and ensuring Jenkins is in yhe strongest position possible to challenge Manchin.

  682. Wes says:

    Err, Pat Morrissey. I don’t know where I got Ed.

  683. Wes says:

    According to the poll Sheeple linked, a Republican named Austin Petersen is already an announced candidate against Sky Queen. Unfortunately from the polls, I gather Petersen is likely a Paulbot.

  684. blobbie says:

    Catch this just-released poll of the MO Senate race:
    ————————

    that poll doesn’t count

    it does not fit my anti-trump narrative

  685. Phil says:

    Hopefully, a somebody will step up and challenge sky Queen and put her away early. I don’t have much confidence in the nobodies listed in the poll.

  686. jason says:

    Body of Fisherman’s Missing Wife He Claimed Fell Overboard Is Found Strapped to Anchor, with Gunshot to Head”

    Maybe it all happened after she fell overboard.

  687. Mr.Vito says:

    Leutkemeyer won his seat in 2008 and the district now includes the capital.

    Hartzler took out Ike Shelton in 2010.

  688. Wes says:

    What’s more interesting than the poll’s topline is that McCaskill is at 40% approval with 45% disapproving. Those are incredibly poor numbers for an incumbent. Unless Missourians do nominate another Akin, I see little chance of her reelection even against a B-list Republican.

  689. Wes says:

    If one averages McCaskill’s numbers in each of the four matchups, one gets 44.25%. As DW noted to us last year, a 44% polling average is the critical threshold for an incumbent, as below that level, almost no incumbent wins reelection.

  690. Robbie says:

    Jonesy

    Try harder.

  691. Robbie says:

    Did I miss something about Missouri? Did Josh Hawley opt not to run?

  692. Bitterlaw says:

    717 This was no boating accident.

  693. Mr.Vito says:

    She still fell overboard.

  694. lisab says:

    Ji-Tu Cumbuka passed away, rip

  695. Mr.Vito says:

    Washington Post article linking Scalise shooter to conservative radio host sparks online outrage

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/07/09/washington-post-article-linking-scalise-shooter-to-conservative-radio-host-sparks-online-outrage.html

  696. Tina says:

    Skyqueen also lied about meeting with the russians.

  697. Tina says:

    Why is john brennan imterviewed as an expert on muh russian?

    As Cia director, he oversaw the russian imterfernce inthe election and did nothing.

    Tomorrow will be a great tweetfest.

  698. Robbie says:

    Well, it looks like it’s Don Jr.’s turn in the barrel.

  699. Wes says:

    Robbie, there are conflicting reports there. Wagner claimed Hawley told her he wouldn’tt run.

    Other sources say Hawley is conflicted.

    Still others say he’s playing a kabuki dance to neutralize Dem charges of ladder climbing.

    I certainly hope yhe last is true.

  700. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    July 9, 2017 at 5:50 pm
    Robbie, there are conflicting reports there. Wagner claimed Hawley told her he wouldn’tt run.
    Other sources say Hawley is conflicted.
    Still others say he’s playing a kabuki dance to neutralize Dem charges of ladder climbing.
    I certainly hope yhe last is true.

    – From what I’ve read this week, a Josh Krashaar story in National Journal said Hawley had no intention of challenging Wagner in a primary, but Wagner got aggravated some wanted Hawley over her so she called their bluff and decided not to run.

    A Fred Barnes piece later in the week suggested Hawley was likely to run and he had even had a meeting with McConnell last month. Morning Consult said he was conflicted, but I get the sense he’ll probably run.

  701. Robbie says:

    Wes

    Right now, I’m more interested/concerned about Montana. The NRSC should make another run at Tim Fox. If not him, then I think Denny Rehberg should consider another run. I know he has a cushy job on K Street, but MT is much redder today than it was in 2012. I know the party is looking at the state treasurer, but Tester can’t be given a pass. Trump was dumb to pick Zinke for Interior when Heitkamp would’ve taken that job.

  702. Tina says:

    Don jr turn

    And you are excited, right? He is the one, right?

  703. Tina says:

    Congress is back.

    Theynshould take the rest of the session off.

  704. lisab says:

    ‘Ban Cars to Stop Terror’ Says Sweden’s Best-Selling Newspaper After Stockholm Attack

    Cars and other vehicles “have turned into deadly weapons”, and should be banished from cities to stop attacks like the one in Stockholm from happening in future, according to Aftonbladet editorialist Eva Franchell.

    The idea of reducing the number of cars in Swedish cities was backed last month by Sweden’s environment minister, who argued that driving is a gender equality issue as well as a matter of shrinking the nation’s carbon emissions.

    “Cars are driven largely by men so by giving a lot of space to cars; we’re giving a lot of space to men — at the expense of women,” Karolina Skog explained.

  705. lisab says:

    John Alabi, 53, is a Christian and a landlord who lives in the Toronto area and is being ordered to pay a fine of $12,000 by the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal because he failed to remove his shoes when he entered the apartment he was renting to a Muslim couple.

    His crime? Religious discrimination, according to the tribunal.

    The tenants were planning to move out of his rental home, and he says he gave the couple the required 24-hours notice that he would be showing the apartment to another tenant.

    They told him not to come while they were praying, and to text first. He agreed. But when they stopped answering his text messages, he showed the apartment.

    The Muslim tenants waited eight months before filing their grievance with the human rights tribunal, where they receive free representation, the Toronto Sun reported. The couple even searched his Facebook page and found a joke they considered offensive and used to bolster their case. The tribunal agreed he harassed them and failed in his duty to accommodate their religious needs – and awarded them $6,000 each – plus interest.

    Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2017/07/christian-slapped-with-12000-shariah-fine-for-not-removing-shoes/#e1I83bTysEv5wgJd.99

  706. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    735. “Cars are driven largely by men so by giving a lot of space to cars; we’re giving a lot of space to men — at the expense of women,” Karolina Skog explained.

    By chance did she mention Sweden’s rape crisis; 90% of the men who commit them are immigrants from Muslim countries?

    https://www.thelocal.se/20170701/swedish-music-festival-cancels-next-years-event-amid-rape-reports

    Watching western civilization commit suicide in Europe is shocking to watch. Thankfully Trump is not playing along, although the liberal press is.

  707. lisab says:

    Antifa Protester Who Slashed Police Horse in Face with Nail on Pole Is Formally Charged

  708. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    FWIW—I never heard of this polling company.

    OH-Senate
    https://www.peoplespunditdaily.com/polls/2017/07/09/ohio-senate-brown-mandel-trump-portman-approval/
    Mandel(R) 50
    Brown(D) 42

  709. Phil says:

    Mo looks hopeful.

    However, let’s not forget that we barely hung on to the Mo Senate seat in 2016 by 70K votes and that is with Trump at the top of the same ticket carrying the state by nineteen points.

    That said, if Wes feels we take out Claire with a B lister than that makes me feel pretty good about getting the seat. He’s got a track record on these races that is as good as it gets.

    Hawley would squash her like a bug though if he ran. She might even retire if he announced.

  710. Bitterlaw says:

    Antifa Protester Who Slashed Police Horse in Face with Nail on Pole Is Formally Charged

    I think that the protester should be tied down in a stall with the horse. Let the horse enact whatever justice it wants.

  711. lisab says:

    there was a big fire in london tonight

  712. Mr.Vito says:

    740 McCaskill encapsulates exactly what gave Blunt trouble in 2016.

  713. Cash Cow TM says:

    Washington Nationals won 10-5 over the Atlanta Native American Injuns.

    It was an udderly good and exciting game.
    and we made it in and out of the city of the rich, connected and famous and back to fly over country without being mugged, robbed or accosted.

    Walt was the only rich, connected and famous person there that I recognized.

    Lots of young and pretty girls wearing those Daisy Duke shorts…

  714. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 9, 2017 at 9:05 pm
    740 McCaskill encapsulates exactly what gave Blunt trouble in 2016.

    – I was going to type almost the exact same thing.

    And for Phil, I would not call Hawley a B list candidate. I thought Wagner was the top choice, but Hawley is no slouch.

  715. jason says:

    KAnder came within 70 k votes because of the blind fold gun ad….good gimmick but no cigar

  716. Robbie says:

    One other thought about Missouri. Liam Donovan pointed out on Twitter today Blaine Leutkemeyer was viewed as a top choice in 2012, but opted not to run.

  717. Tina says:

    More than half of the memos former FBI chief James Comey wrote as personal recollections of his conversations with President Trump about the Russia investigation have been determined to contain classified information, according to interviews with officials familiar with the documents.

    Comedy was investigating Hillary for doing the same thing.

    Pleaae prosecute him.

  718. Phil says:

    Robbie, when I referred to B list candidates I was referring to the four candidates that were listed in the poll referred to earlier. Hawley was not included in that poll. Reread my last two sentences in post 740.

  719. Tina says:

    Sean Hannity @seanhannity

    Tick Tick Tick…

    Multiple felonies for comedy.

  720. Bitterlaw says:

    BOOM! Fear the Walking Dead finally gets interesting!

  721. Tina says:

    Turkey’s President Recep Erdogan admits the only reason for being in the Paris Climate Treaty was to get money from the U.S. and other more wealthy nations. Now that the U.S. has pulled out of the treaty, there’s no reason to expect the financial benefits.

    And the jebots wanted us to pay formthis sheot.

  722. Tina says:

    Jack Posobiec ?? @JackPosobiec
    ·
    13m

    A special prosecutor must be appointed for Comey immediately

    BUSTED! Comey’s Private Memos on Trump Conversations Contained Classified Information
    thegatewaypundit.com

    No incorrect. Sessions should,prosecute. He did not recuse himself from marters involving leaking classified information.

  723. Tina says:

    Greta Van Susteren @greta
    Comey’s private memos on Trump conversations contained classified material

    Arress him.

  724. Tina says:

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump

    The fact that President Putin and I discussed a Cyber Security unit doesn’t mean I think it can happen. It can’t-but a ceasefire can,& did!

    Notice how the leftists omitted the word “discussed.”

  725. Tina says:

    For years, even as a “civilian,” I listened as Republicans pushed the Repeal and Replace of ObamaCare. Now they finally have their chance!

    D. Trump

    It was all lies. They never wanted to repeal.

  726. Wes says:

    Ironically for a group lambasted by many as the catalyst for the ultimately ersatz destruction of thd national GOP last year, Trumpkins may in fact be the salvation of the congressional GOP in 2018 precisely because of their dogged loyalty to Donald Trump:

    https://press.economist.com/stories/10930-the-economist-in-trumps-america-it-may-be-a-long-wait-for-politics-to-return-to-normal

  727. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “Politico Attacks Rubio for Tweeting Proverbs, the ‘Most Republican Part of the Bible’”

    https://pjmedia.com/faith/2017/07/09/politico-attacks-rubio-for-tweeting-proverbs-the-most-republican-part-of-the-bible/

    Good grief, how out-of-touch is the leftist media going to get?

    Frankly, believe the Democrats have gone so far left that the Republicans may be in control for some time. Looking at the polls below from Fox news, Pelosi and Schumer have a much lower favorable rating than Trump. Pence is the only one with a positive favorable over unfavorable rating.

    Trump 47% Favorable; 51% Unfavorable;
    Mike Pence 47% Favorable; 42% Unfavorable;

    Pelosi 33% Favorable; 50% Unfavorable;
    Schumer 26% Favorable; 35% Unfavorable;

  728. JC says:

    @SanDiegoCitizen

    Apparently Hillary is looking to get involved in the 2018 election. http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/341052-hillary-clinton-looks-for-her-role-in-midterms

    They just keep handing us elections.

  729. MichiganGuy says:

    Marist: More people trust Trump administration than the media!

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/07/07/marist-people-trust-trump-administration-media/

  730. Robbie says:

    Smart! Trump will love having another Harry Reid approved Senator.

    Alex Isenstadt?
    @politicoalex

    POTUS has made clear to aides he doesn’t like Heller – and celebrated when pro-Trump group ran ads assailing him

  731. Trump says:

    Lying again, retard Robbie.

  732. Trump says:

    Any source, or just another cut and paste from no-name tweeters?

  733. Trump says:

    How did Trump “celebrate”?

    Give us details, retard.

  734. Mr.Vito says:

    No one but Robbie believes these guys anymore… their inside info has proven to be as trustworthy as middle school gossip.

  735. Trump says:

    Please elaborate on the nature of the “celebration”, retard Robbie.

  736. Bitterlaw says:

    Miserable day at work today. At least HHR is a cheery place.

  737. Mr.Vito says:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-07-10/trump-begins-the-rightward-shift-of-america-s-courts

    This article nicely shows in pictures how all the various courts are stacked right now and their vacancies.

  738. Phil says:

    So I am sitting at home yesterday watching the golf tournament on CBS and in the middle of it they throw out a promo plugging an appearance of Trump haters Mika and Joe on the Colbert Late show this week. I’m thinking you have the three biggest Trump haters in the world on a late night talk show and that is supposed to some sort of big deal to CBS. I guess they are bucking to put together the biggest viewing audience ever of left wing loons. That’s the ticket, CBS – corner the loon demographic.

    The MSM just goes on and on and on……they just don’t get it. What a bubble they live in.

  739. Wes says:

    Goddamnit!

    Morrisey will primary Jenkins in WV-Sen.

    No wonder Republicans are known as the Party of Stupid.

  740. Mr.Vito says:

    Seems to be a lot less leaking since Comey got axed…

  741. Cash Cow TM says:

    DRUDGE

    “Fires rage in sweltering California…”

    When ae we going to impose stiff environmental fines on the State of Cally-forn-e-a for contributing to globull warming?

  742. Cash Cow TM says:

    “Morrisey will primary Jenkins in WV-Sen.

    No wonder Republicans are known as the Party of Stupid.”
    *****************
    Wes,

    Cash Cow Crystal Ball correctly predicted this on Friday….

  743. Robbie says:

    How to decipher the news that is acceptable to HHR:

    If it’s positive to Trump – It’s real.

    If it’s negative to Trump – FAKE NEWS!!!

  744. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    July 10, 2017 at 10:29 am
    Goddamnit!
    Morrisey will primary Jenkins in WV-Sen.
    No wonder Republicans are known as the Party of Stupid.

    – I’m surprised you’re surprised about this. The NYCMike crowd in the party is really only concerned with intraparty squabbles and score settling, not winning in November.

  745. Trump says:

    The retard cuts and pastes some nobody’s teeet, and calls it news

  746. Robbie says:

    Hey soccer moron, here’s another cut and paste.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/10/president-trump-enemies-list-240344

    The vast majority of people quoted in this piece are Trump surrogates and friends like Roger Stone and Chris Ruddy acknowledging loyalty is a big factor in Trump’s way of thinking.

  747. Trump says:

    F off. Retard.

    What is the news in your cut and paste, moron?

    All I see is your hurting as$.

  748. Trump says:

    Get over Jeb cocsucking, idiot.

    It’s over.

  749. Phil says:

    Russian collusion.

    The story is over, Robbie.

    Get over it.

  750. Soccer Moron says:

    I have nothing to offer but insults.

  751. Trump says:

    You don’t deserve anything more, retard.

  752. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    July 10, 2017 at 11:50 am
    Russian collusion.
    The story is over, Robbie.
    Get over it.

    – I have written here numerous times I don’t believe Trump or his campaign colluded with Russia so I’m not sure why you or anyone else would push a blatant lie.

    You’re better than this, Phil. I still think Donald Trump is human garbage, but that doesn’t mean I believe he colluded with Russia.

  753. Soccer Moron says:

    Trump is fighting with his own parody. Classic.

  754. Trump says:

    Retard knows human garbage.

    Projection.

  755. Mr.Vito says:

    Robbie doesn’t believe the story… he just believes all the other negative stories pushed by the same people that believe the Russian story.

    Get it right.

  756. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    July 10, 2017 at 11:50 am
    Russian collusion.
    The story is over, Robbie.
    Get over it.

    – A more dishonest position would be someone who claimed Jeb would never have chosen Gorsuch for SCOTUS even though Jeb listed him as a possibility in 2015 and then, when confronted with that fact, turned around and said the beef with Jeb was never about Gorsuch but just about an immigration position with which he disagreed.

    Remember that, Phil?

  757. Mr.Vito says:

    He also doesn’t mind posting the Russian stories he doesn’t believe…

  758. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 10, 2017 at 12:05 pm
    Robbie doesn’t believe the story… he just believes all the other negative stories pushed by the same people that believe the Russian story.
    Get it right.

    – I don’t believe Trump or his campaign colluded with Russia and have said so multiple times.

    If Trump faces any real anger, it’s over his interactions with Jim Comey about Mike Flynn.

    The rest is just shoddy record keeping and secrecy by Trump associates.

  759. Mr.Vito says:

    No one cares about Jeb anymore… found out last year I was one of the only people that did.

    Trump also listed Gorsuch as a possibility, but he didn’t get the benefit of the doubt that he would pick a Gorsuch.

    Goose meets gander.

  760. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 10, 2017 at 12:06 pm
    He also doesn’t mind posting the Russian stories he doesn’t believe…

    – I’m willing to read lots of news sources. I always have. I don’t limit myself to “the chorus”.

  761. Mr.Vito says:

    Zzzzzzzzzzz….

    There is no secrecy in this administration. Not even secrets that are supposed to be kept.

    What the press, Trump enemies, and Comey haven’t illegally leaked the administration tells you itself.

  762. Mr.Vito says:

    Bull… you brag about all the sources you refuse to read or listen to, and then quote all the ones that have been proven wrong and retracted over and over again.

    You are the definition of the echo chamber.

  763. Mr.Vito says:

    Everyone else here posts links from all over the net.

  764. Trump says:

    The joy “news” in links posted by the retard is that Trump came back from G20 summit.

    The rest is garbage, just like the retard himself.

  765. Mr.Vito says:

    The guy who posts NYT Maggie Haberman, politico, and WaPo rumor mill tripe constantly, plays apologist when the NYT calls Republicans innately cruel, because nobody reads them outside DC and we shouldn’t give it extra attention.

    Good one.

  766. Diamond Jim says:

    DCCC

  767. Mr.Vito says:

    Shine on you crazy Diamond.

  768. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 10, 2017 at 12:13 pm
    Zzzzzzzzzzz….
    There is no secrecy in this administration. Not even secrets that are supposed to be kept.
    What the press, Trump enemies, and Comey haven’t illegally leaked the administration tells you itself.

    – Don Jr. before Saturday – I never met with the Russians.

    Don Jr. on Saturday – I met with the Russians about adoption.

    Don Jr. on Sunday – I met with a Russian who said she had damaging info on Hillary, but she didn’t so the meeting ended quickly.

  769. Cash Cow TM says:

    Diamond Jim

    Miami DJ Don
    do maji mind
    jammin’ diod[e]
    I did jam Mon.

  770. lisab says:

    “To be honest, we knew all along the Russian lawyer didn’t have dirt on Hillary. The fact that he was still breathing was a dead give away”

  771. Cash Cow TM says:

    DRUDGE (Monkey News)
    …graphic image warning…

    ‘Vicious’ monkey gang invading Florida backyard…

  772. lisab says:

    Comey went silent when I asked him about his memos, which raised a lot of eyebrows.

  773. Cash Cow TM says:

    lisab,

    Did you personally know the teens that were allegedly having sex in the water at the beach in MA?

    Thought they might be some of your former students..

  774. Cash Cow TM says:

    Comey’s memos

    mommy sees CO. (western state)
    yes, moms come.
    (as in ‘arrive at a meeting or event’
    –get your heads out of the gutter.)

  775. PresidentPaul! says:

    Trump looks to end amnesty senators Heller and Flake.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2017/07/10/president-trump-enemies-list-240344

    In private, Trump has spoken of spending $10 million out of his own pocket to defeat an incumbent senator of his own party, Jeff Flake of Arizona, according to two sources familiar with the conversation last fall. More recently, the president celebrated the attacks orchestrated by a White House-sanctioned outside group against another Republican senator, Dean Heller of Nevada, who has also been openly critical of him.

  776. Mr.Vito says:

    802 Yeah. Some secret. Don Jr. Saturday, Sunday, and Monday met with someone who misrepresented themselves and turned out to be Russian. This is big news even though the Russian story is totally bogus.

  777. Mr.Vito says:

    Let’s fix Robbie’s narrative:

    Don Jr. before Saturday – I never met with the Russians.

    NYT: we found out she was a Russian.

    Trumps look into it.

    Don Jr. afterward – apparently I met with the Russians about adoption… she misrepresented herself and lured me by claiming she had dirt on the Clintons

    This is only a story if you believe nefarious collusion… which Robbie doesn’t.

  778. lisab says:

    Denver election officials told Denver7 and The Colorado Independent at least 180 people had withdrawn their voter registration since July 3. Compared to the eight withdrawals they cited over the same time period the previous week, it amounted to a 2,150 percent increase.
    “I never expected to come to work and see such a sudden increase in voter registration withdrawals. I never expected to see more withdrawals in a day than new registrations,” Amber McReynolds, the director of elections for Denver, said in a statement.

  779. Mr.Vito says:

    We look forward to more secrets…

    Ivanka hired a Russian babysitter that turned out to have also have babysat for an obscure Russian lawyer.

    Jared was seen near a dog park when a Kremlin associate was walking his dog. Did they meet? What did they discuss?

    Sessions got a singing birthday telegram from a former Russian agents daughter.

  780. Mr.Vito says:

    812 The real story here is that Trump is trying to suppress votes of course…

  781. lisab says:

    “Did you personally know the teens that were allegedly having sex in the water at the beach in MA?”
    ———————————-
    no … but they were idiots

    cape cod takes that kind of thing seriously — due to their dependence on family tourism. the beaches in truro were hotspots for gay male hookups for a while … the feds started arresting them. now there is a specific nude beach in truro.

    cape cod is so strict that for a while, and maybe to this day, was the one federal national park where topless sun bathing was specifically prohibited 🙁

  782. Mr.Vito says:

    And by the way, the NYT and WaPo would have some story cooked up and ready to go every good week for a Republican President regardless of what republican was in the White House.

  783. lisab says:

    AP: More
    BREAKING: The Kremlin says it is unaware of a meeting between Donald Trump’s staff and a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign.

  784. lisab says:

    The Oregon legislature passed two bills Thursday decriminalizing small amounts of six hard drugs, including cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine and ecstasy.

  785. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 10, 2017 at 1:37 pm
    Let’s fix Robbie’s narrative:
    Don Jr. before Saturday – I never met with the Russians.
    NYT: we found out she was a Russian.
    Trumps look into it.
    Don Jr. afterward – apparently I met with the Russians about adoption… she misrepresented herself and lured me by claiming she had dirt on the Clintons
    This is only a story if you believe nefarious collusion… which Robbie doesn’t.

    – Except this isn’t what Don Jr. did. When first presented with evidence he met with Russians, after claiming he never did, he said only that the meeting was about adoption. It wasn’t until the next day, when he was again presented with more information bout the meeting, that he changed his story again.

    Again, I do not believe there was collusion between Trump, his campaign, and the Russians. That said, their drip, drip, drip policy of disclosure is doing them more harm than good. It gives the impression there’s fire to go a long with the smoke when there’s almost certainly none.

  786. lisab says:

    i have a friend in the supermarket who is a russian

    i met with her on sunday

    we talked about her wedding

    did i disclose enough?

  787. Mr.Vito says:

    You are an easy mark. There is nothing wrong with my version. The Times published the story Sunday… before Monday we have the full explanation. You want to pick at the back and forth over a period of a day because it fits your narrative. As every time before it is the narrative chosen by Trumps enemies.

    Shocking I know.

    To put it in perspective of how much anyone cares, ABC newsbresk was just on… They spent less than thirty seconds on it explaining that the meeting was set up by some friend Trump had appeared in a music video for. They played the song.

    Drip drip drip. Lolz.

  788. Cash Cow TM says:

    “cape cod is so strict that for a while, and maybe to this day, was the one federal national park where topless sun bathing was specifically prohibited ?”

    I let my boobies hang out 24.7 ans nobody complains.

    #FREE THE NIPS!

  789. Cash Cow TM says:

    nefarious collusion

    o callous fusion rein
    lo, serious calf union
    nauseous frilli coon
    o fern scion luau soil
    O, a luscious nerf lion
    one far, luscious lion

  790. lisab says:

    FBI: Over 1/2 of Comey’s private memos on Trump conversations have been determined to contain classified information that was illegally leaked

  791. lisab says:

    JFK AIRPORT IS NO LONGER BROADCASTING CNN!

  792. lisab says:

    After Backing Trump, Christians Who Fled Iraq Fall Into His Dragnet

    STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. — A few Sundays ago, federal immigration agents walked through the doors of handsome houses here in the Detroit suburbs, brushing past tearful children, stunned wives and statuettes of the Virgin Mary in search of men whose time was up.

    If the Trump administration prevails, more than 100 of these men may soon be deported, like the tens of thousands of other people rounded up this year as part of a national clampdown on illegal immigration.

    But the arrests may have stunned this community more than most.

    While President Trump was hurling verbal napalm at Mexico and vowing to keep out Muslims during his campaign, he was also promising to look out for people from these men’s besieged corner of the world.

    They are Christians from Iraq — a land that they and their families fled decades ago because, they say, to live as a Christian in Iraq is no life at all, and sometimes means death. They settled in Detroit and its suburbs, accumulating into what may now be the largest population of Chaldean Christians in the world. They opened businesses, founded a dozen Chaldean Catholic churches and rose in numbers and wealth.

    Even so, they, too, are subject to American immigration law — despite what the Chaldean community took to be an ironclad promise from a president whose election many of them saw as a miracle from God, helped along by their donations, their prayers and blessings from religious leaders.

    paragraph 10

    Though most of them came here legally, as refugees or through relatives who were American citizens, their green cards were revoked after criminal convictions on charges including theft, drug possession, rape and murder.

    nytimes

  793. lisab says:

    nytimes also already retracted a quote they printed about don jr. in the latest adoption story

  794. lisab says:

    ISIS routed from Iraqi city Mosul

  795. Mr.Vito says:

    [George Lopez] shared and then deleted on Friday, “The Trump administration is deporting Latinos to make the streets safer… You wanna make the streets safer deport the police.”

    He added, “This is not an indictment of all Law Enforcement, some still just beat you.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2017/07/10/george-lopez-tells-trump-to-deport-police-to-make-streets-safer.html

  796. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    774. “Fires rage in sweltering California…”
    “When ae we going to impose stiff environmental fines on the State of Cally-forn-e-a for contributing to globull warming?”

    Cow, see the article below. Scientists have now determined that global warming will result in more rain in California:

    http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/environment/sd-me-california-wet-20170707-story.html

    Now I know that, being a skeptically Cow, you might go, but wait – weren’t they saying the global warming will cause permanent drought in California? Wasn’t Gov. Brown traveling the world preaching this fact, and refusing to take the Oroville Dam crisis seriously because it would not happen in a permanent drought?

    Please remember, THE SCIENCE IS SETTLED. And when the “scientific” models are repeatedly changed, the science becomes even more settled.

  797. lisab says:

    am a allowed to order a white or black russian in a bar?

    or is that not permissable any more?

  798. PresidentPaul! says:

    Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) campaigns on government shut down to help fight the GOP moderates.

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/341315-alabama-senate-candidate-wall-not-being-constructed-due-to-entrenched

  799. Mr.Vito says:

    Depends on what you order the Russian to do

  800. PresidentPaul! says:

    Emperor Macaroni I meant

  801. PresidentPaul! says:

    Merkel declares war on antiFa in Germany

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499716979099.png

  802. Mr.Vito says:

    No one wants to go to 4chan, dude. I’m certainly not going to bother proving I’m not a robot all the time.

  803. PresidentPaul! says:

    Trump/Sessions has until until Sept 9th to end the illegal DACA program or 10 states will begin lawsuit.

    https://www.noozhawk.com/article/joe_guzzardi_10_states_pave_way_daca_immigration_albatross_20170709

  804. Wes says:

    Steve Pearce is running for Governor of New Mexico.

    Pearce last ran statewide in 2008, losing to Tom Udall by a 39-61 margin. Since Trump will be President during the midterm and a Lujan will be his opponent in New Mexico–a state Trump lost 40-48–I think Pearce tops out at a 46-54 loss.

    A seemingly knowledgeable poster on RRH indicated the Gary Johnson vote would probably have gone 3-1 for Trump last year, leading to a 48-50 loss for Trump. Even so, the state has gone largely Democrat on the national level since 2008, and Republicans won the governorship in 2010 and 2014 only because Susana Martinez was a remarkably strong candidate.

    As such, I stick by my prediction of Lean D Pickup unless Pearce really catches fire and can overcome Lujan’s built-in partisan and demographic advantages.

    I do wish Martinez would challenge Empty Suit Heinrich though. He’s less than a nonentity in the Senate, and I feel Senate Republicans would benefit greatly from having an accomplished Latina among their ranks.

  805. Hugh says:

    809. More unnamed sources. I believe about nothing without some proof

  806. Robbie says:

    PresidentPaul! says:
    July 10, 2017 at 4:47 pm
    Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) campaigns on government shut down to help fight the GOP moderates.
    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/341315-alabama-senate-candidate-wall-not-being-constructed-due-to-entrenched

    – Well, I think we know who NYCMike is going to support now!

    This is a brilliant plan if the goal is to aid Nancy Pelosi in her effort to become Speaker again.

  807. PresidentPaul! says:

    Emmanuel Macron jostles his way to the front of G20 photo to stand by Donald Trump

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9yz7GWNfBQ

  808. PresidentPaul! says:

    #843 I’ve always supported shutdown as a goal rather than a tactic. Ted Cruz for some reason thought it was a good tactic to negotiate with fake news and the democrats who can’t be reasoned with.

    ——-

    Macron has has stated that his is a monarchist who sees himself as Jupiter and wishes to to make France a military superpower again. If he invades Germany, he could replace bundeskanzlerin Merkel with a vassal king to stop her from destroying Europe for the third time.

  809. Wes says:

    Just for the hell of it since I posted about Pearce’s run for Governor:

    Solid R Hold-

    ID
    WY
    SD
    NE
    IA
    TX
    AR
    AL

    Likely R Hold-

    AZ
    KS
    OK
    OH
    WI
    TN
    FL
    GA
    SC

    Lean R Hold-

    NV
    MD
    MA
    NH
    VT

    Tossup-

    ME
    CT
    MI
    MN
    IL
    CO

    Lean D Pickup-

    NM

    Lean D Hold-

    RI
    PA

    Likely D Hold-

    OR

    Solid D Hold-

    NY
    CA
    HI

    Lean I Hold-

    AK

  810. PresidentPaul! says:

    Macaroni tells voters he is their God

    French president Emmanuel Macron has declared he will govern France like Jupiter, the Roman king of the gods, shortly after officials told the media his thought process was “too complex” for journalists to understand. Summoning over 900 politicians from both houses of the French parliament to a rare Congress at the palace of Louis XIV – the ‘Sun King’ – in Versailles, he threatened to overrule lawmakers with a referendum if they try to frustrate the “reforms” he wishes to impose on the legislature. Such assemblies are usually reserved for times of national crisis.
    Reuters reports him as saying he desires to reign as a “Jupiterian” president – “a remote, dignified figure, like the Roman god of gods, who weighs his rare pronouncements carefully” .

    Rita: I’m sorry? What was that again?
    Phil: I’m a god.
    Rita: You’re God.
    Phil: I’m a god — I’m not the God, I don’t think.
    Rita: Because you survived a car wreck?
    Phil: I didn’t just survive a wreck; I wasn’t just blown up yesterday. I have been stabbed, shot, poisoned, frozen, hung, electrocuted and burned.
    Rita: Oh, really?
    Phil: [nods] Every morning I wake up without a scratch on me, not a dent in the fender: I am an immortal.
    Doris: Special today is blueberry waffles—
    Rita: Why are you telling me this?
    Phil: Because I want you to believe in me.
    Rita: You’re not a god. You can take my word for it; this is 12 years of Catholic school talkin’.
    Phil: How do you know I’m not a god? How do you know?
    Rita: Because it’s not possible!

  811. Wes says:

    So Macron plans to impregnate dozens of virgins, turn his wife into a vengeful shrew, hurl lightning bolts at people, overthrow his father, and battle a dragon.

    Good luck with that.

  812. Wes says:

    I wish Macron would rule more like Odin and be eaten whole by a giant wolf in a climactic battle after gouging out one of his own eyes and hanging himself.

  813. jason says:

    Wobbie doesn’t believe the Russia collusion story but believes the MSM is right in reporting about it because it looks like it is true.

  814. Phil says:

    I don’t know much about the overall state of the governors’ races nationally, but I can say without hesitation Texas is locked down for a Republican hold. Democrats can nominate anyone they want but it won’t matter. They are dead in the water.

    Might as well nominate Wendy again. At least she would be amusing….

  815. Phil says:

    Of course the MSM would have you believe one of the rising “superstar” Castro brothers would have a chance….don’t believe it. Either would max out around 43 to 44 percent. Might as well run Fidel. Come to think of it all three have the same ideology.

  816. Wes says:

    Interestingly, Phil, Texas is tied with Idaho as the state with the fifth longest hold on its Governor’s mansion by a single party:

    1) South Dakota 1979-present

    2) Washington and Utah 1985-present

    3) Oregon 1987-present

    4) Delaware and North Dakota 1993-present

    5) Texas and Idaho 1995-present

    Although a conservative state, Idaho went 20 straight years from 1975 to 1995 with no GOP Governor before becoming a state strictly electing Republican Governors.

  817. lisab says:

    Girl arrested in racism inquiry

    A 14-year-old girl has been arrested for allegedly making racist remarks at a school in Greater Manchester.

    Codie Stott said she asked to be moved from a science group where she was with five Asian pupils – only one of whom spoke English.

    The 14-year-old was questioned in a juvenile unit before being released without charge.

    Harrop Fold High School, in Worsley, is investigating before deciding on what action to take.

    Codie said: “I asked the teacher could I change groups because I didn’t understand them and she said I was being racist and started shouting at me.”

    A complaint was made and she was taken to a police station.

    Her mother said her Codie’s jewellery and shoelaces were removed, her fingerprints and DNA samples were taken and she was put in a cell.

    The school said it wanted to ensure it had a caring and tolerant attitude to pupils of all ethnic backgrounds and it did not stand for racism in any form.

    Greater Manchester Police said it took hate crime reports very seriously and its treatment of the teenager was in line with normal procedure.

  818. Cash Cow TM says:

    The calm clam wound wound with nerf ferns.

  819. Mr.Vito says:

    Half my students in mathematics would have been arrested for saying they couldn’t understand their TAs accents.

  820. Mr.Vito says:

    And they were required to pass English tests in order to teach… maybe those are racist too.

  821. lisab says:

    “No one, including the FBI saw the DNC server. So the DNC needs to prove this is not all a hoax”

  822. Tina says:

    Muh russian from the conspiracy loon.

  823. Tina says:

    BREAKING: Comey didn’t just violate the Federal Records Act—he also mishandled classified info. We need indictments!

    Nothing new there. He typed the memos in the fbi car. He admitted it to congress.

    He is so busted.

  824. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    July 10, 2017 at 6:06 pm
    Wobbie doesn’t believe the Russia collusion story but believes the MSM is right in reporting about it because it looks like it is true.

    – Wrong, but Trump supporters like you specialize in getting things wrong.

    My issue is the drip, drip, drip is making a nothing story have the appearance of being something. Kushner has now needed to correct his forms three different times over meetings with Russians.

    Ari Fleischer, a Trump backer, was just on FoxNews saying the same thing. Their sloppy record keeping is hurting and hindering everything.

  825. Tina says:

    The only thing stopping him being charged is the uni party.

    Does not look good.

  826. Tina says:

    Lol, rottie is a loon.

  827. Robbie says:

    Oh, good. We’ve reached the Jim Hoft/Gateway Pundit news portion of the day at HHR.

  828. Tina says:

    Uh, he corrected those forms a long time ago. That is not a crime. Maybe, you loons will find that thr “autistic” son did something wromg.

  829. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:26 pm
    BREAKING: Comey didn’t just violate the Federal Records Act—he also mishandled classified info. We need indictments!
    Nothing new there. He typed the memos in the fbi car. He admitted it to congress.
    He is so busted.

    – Want to bet that Comey is busted?

  830. Tina says:

    The jebot loves leakers potentially harmful to republicans, even if somebody admitted to leaking and typing memos in gubment resources.

  831. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:28 pm
    Uh, he corrected those forms a long time ago. That is not a crime. Maybe, you loons will find that thr “autistic” son did something wromg.

    – I never said it was a crime. I said their sloppy booking keeping about meetings with Russia have given the impression something exists when there’s no evidence it does.

  832. Tina says:

    What the phuq where comedy, clapper, flapper, and dummy doing when the russians hacked our elections?

    What votes were changed?

  833. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:30 pm
    The jebot loves leakers potentially harmful to republicans, even if somebody admitted to leaking and typing memos in gubment resources.

    – And you love to push conspiracy theories that Jim Comey is going to jail.

    Spoiler: he’s not.

    Also, you seem to love leaks so long as they support your views.

  834. Tina says:

    Dumbsheot, i said uniparty would prevent him from being charged.

    He should be.

    Since comedy is a drat, like you, he is protecte.

  835. Tina says:

    With that said, clearly lied multiple times before congress.

    Hillary can lie better than comedy.

  836. Tina says:

    And trumps tweets are so on target.

    He has mueller hiring folks to shuffle blank papers.

  837. Tina says:

    So, is the meeting illegal and did dnc fusion set him up?

  838. lisab says:

    “My issue is the drip, drip, drip is making a nothing story have the appearance of being something. ”

    only to you

  839. Tina says:

    Julian Assange @Real_Assange
    ·
    Jul 9

    Sources confirm that Clinton email investigation to be reopened later next week. FBI rank and file are ecstatic and morale is up.

    Fromone criminal to the other.

  840. lisab says:

    “drip, drip, drip” is cnn’s phrase of the day btw

  841. Tina says:

    Daily kos too.

    Drip, drip drip.

    (Via CNN) The Columbia University Law School professor and confidant of former FBI Director James Comey refuted a charge by President Donald Trump and his advocates in the media Monday: that Comey shared classified information with journalists.

    Daniel Richman, with whom Comey shared at least one memo — the contents of which Richman shared with New York Times reporter Michael Schmidt — said President Trump was simply wrong.

    “No memo was given to me that was marked ‘classified,’” Daniel Richman told CNN. “No memo was passed on to the Times.” Richman did share the contents of one memo, he said, but “the substance of the memo passed on to the Times was not marked classified and to my knowledge remains unclassified.” (link)

  842. Tina says:

    Did comedys friend throw him under the bus?

  843. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:39 pm
    “My issue is the drip, drip, drip is making a nothing story have the appearance of being something. ”
    only to you

    – Turn on FoxNews and you’ll see pro-Trump analysts tonight like Ari Fleischer and Laura Ingraham both saying the drip, drip, drip, is hurting Trump.

    So if you’ve got a problem, take it up with them.

  844. lisab says:

    the fact is, cnn’s continual baseless attacks is ruining its reputation and causing regualr people to turn against the media and pro-trump

    on reddit during the election the front page of reddit was all pro-hillary AND the r/pol thread was all pro-hillary, now it is reversed

    today i saw a thread where a someone made an anti-trump remark and someone replied

    the original anti-trump poster was -18 votes

    the trump supporter was +32

    that would never have happened during the election because threads are voted on and all the top threads during the election were pro-hillary

  845. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:39 pm
    “drip, drip, drip” is cnn’s phrase of the day btw

    – It’s what pro-Trump analysts like Ari Fleischer and Laura Ingraham are saying on FoxNews tonight which is the channel I have been watching.

    So I guess it’s FoxNews’ phrase of the day as well. Sorry to have to be the one to tell you that.

  846. Tina says:

    Man, good thing we fired Comey when we did. That guy was a walking Hillary Clinton server

    Sean Spicer parody acct.

    Lol

  847. Trump says:

    Retard,

    Why don’t you post your own opinions, retard Robbie?

    You are one f u cked up retard.

  848. Tina says:

    Comdy appears to be using a her thighness defense.

    He projects through that friemd.

  849. Trump says:

    Regurgitating others’ vomit is all you have, moron.

  850. Tina says:

    I typed my memo in my fbi car using a gubment laptop.
    Lol, comedy cannot be that stupid and omit that before an inept R congress.

  851. Trump says:

    The msm has Russian diarrhea, you lap it up, Robbie.

  852. lisab says:

    cnn has screwed itself

    they may lose their monopoly in airports soon, their contract is up an already airports are changing to other stations

  853. Robbie says:

    I see soccer moron managed to undo his straightjacket.

  854. Tina says:

    Admit*

  855. lisab says:

    I typed my memo in my fbi car using a gubment laptop.
    ————–

    Tina,

    don’t you remember?

    leaking is not a crime

    robbie said so

  856. Trump says:

    How does the msm crap taste, retard?

  857. Tina says:

    What the phiq is acosta even photgraphed with that low life, humas. A argument can be made that her stupidity cost her the election?

    Or maybe it was the collapse on the anniversary of 9/11 and the secomd debate?

  858. Trump says:

    Better or worse than Jeb’s?

  859. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:49 pm
    The msm has Russian diarrhea, you lap it up, Robbie.

    – Meanwhile, you live a in fantasy world where Jim Comey is going to prison for perjury.

  860. Tina says:

    Yup, leaking is not a crime,

  861. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:50 pm
    I typed my memo in my fbi car using a gubment laptop.
    ————–
    Tina,
    don’t you remember?
    leaking is not a crime
    robbie said so

    – And I’m right, sweetheart. Leaking non-classified information is not a crime. You may not like it, but it’s not a crime.

  862. Trump says:

    Better than Jeb’s coc$ up your ass, retard.

  863. Tina says:

    Or maybe it was her drunk rage about not being 40 points ahead?

  864. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:52 pm
    Yup, leaking is not a crime,

    – Glad you’re finally wising up! Only the leak of classified information is illegal. Otherwise, it’s just someone who either couldn’t or didn’t want to keep a secret. That’s not against the law.

  865. Tina says:

    It was classified per fbi, at least half of the documents.

    He also commited perjury before congress and he admitted to leaking.

    And the records act. You just cannot take gubment docs like that.

  866. Tina says:

    So, as usual, you are wromg and stupid. But the kos plants are stupid and dumb.

  867. Tina says:

    So, yes he is jeopardy if the unipartty allows it.

  868. Tina says:

    So, hes he is in serious trouble, as are his friends.

    If sessions was mean, they shoukd have raided his house and seized sheot.

  869. Tina says:

    If comedys home was raided by law enforcement, imam sure the jebots would be triggered.

  870. Tina says:

    Every body is talking about comedys illegal leaks and crimes.

  871. Trump says:

    The retard Robbie is triggered any day that end with a y.

  872. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:54 pm
    It was classified per fbi, at least half of the documents.
    He also commited perjury before congress and he admitted to leaking.
    And the records act. You just cannot take gubment docs like that.

    – Four of the seven memos were classified. The one he leaked to his friend was not classified. Sorry to burst your bubble, but Fox n Friends distorted the story (shocker) in the Hill.

    As for your claim Comey committed perjury, can you link to the court judgment that states that? I’d love to read it.

  873. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The whole Russian story narrative has gone from Trump and Putin conspiring to rig the election to Trump, Jr. meeting some Russian woman attorney who said she had dirt on Hillary.

    Does anyone really believe the Clinton campaign would not have done the same thing if they had been contacted by a Russian who claimed to have dirt on Trump? Cannot recall an expose in the liberal press about all the questionable donations to the Clinton Foundation before and during the time she was running for office.

  874. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:59 pm
    The retard Robbie is triggered any day that end with a y.

    – Actually, it seems you’re triggered by me because, as soon as I post a comment, you unleash your bile.

  875. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:56 pm
    So, hes he is in serious trouble, as are his friends.

    – Want to bet?

  876. Trump says:

    I am not the one masturbating to Jeb poster, retard.

  877. Tina says:

    FOX & friends @foxandfriends
    ·
    12h

    .@jasoninthehouse: Comey went silent when I asked him about his memos, which raised a lot of eyebrows.

  878. Trump says:

    I tell the truth, you consider it bile.

    Moron.

  879. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 7:59 pm
    Every body is talking about comedys illegal leaks and crimes.

    – And by everybody, you mean Sean Hannity, Jim Hoft, and John Nolte.

  880. Tina says:

    The russian lawyah, was a fusion soros plant.

    Notice that hillary kept claiming false russian ties around that time.

  881. Tina says:

    I heard it on the radio, dumb sheot.

  882. Tina says:

    A veteran DNC operative who previously worked in the Clinton White House, Alexandra Chalupa, worked with Ukrainian government officials and journalists from both Ukraine and America to dig up Russia-related opposition research on Trump and Manafort. She also shared her anti-Trump research with both the DNC and the Clinton campaign, according to the Politico report

    Uh oh.

  883. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:03 pm
    I heard it on the radio, dumb sheot.

    – Better than “I read it on the Internet” I guess, but only just.

  884. Tina says:

    Did she drop the chalupa?

  885. Tina says:

    The embassy declined to arrange the meeting but was nevertheless “helpful,” Chalupa told Politico. “If I asked a question, they would provide guidance, or if there was someone I needed to follow up with,” she said, but added that “There were no documents given, nothing like that.”

  886. Phil says:

    Oh no. Jr Trump met with a Russian attorney for twenty minutes in June of 2016.

    Lock him up! Impeach the President.

    zzzzzz

    However, look forward to Joe and Mika’s appearance on the Late show tomorrow with Colbert. I’m sure they will have her identified as a KGB agent. Should be a riot.

  887. Tina says:

    My goodness, i did not know thst her thighness had so many ties with russians.

  888. Tina says:

    Mika and noe are two,dingbats.

  889. Tina says:

    So, daily caller out with incriminating ties on her thighness.

    Jebot silent as usual.

  890. Trump says:

    Trump is the cleanest public figure ever.

    Two years of non-stop nvestigation by the the world’s intelligence agencies and the global media. Nothing.

    The retard cannot comprehend.

  891. Phil says:

    911

    No, SD. The Clintons would never have engaged in such a meeting. Not ethical.

  892. lisab says:

    18 U.S. Code § 641 – Public money, property or records

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

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

    Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; but if the value of such property in the aggregate, combining amounts from all the counts for which the defendant is convicted in a single case, does not exceed the sum of $1,000, he shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than one year, or both.

  893. lisab says:

    that is the records act

    it mentions nothing about being classified

  894. Trump says:

    Meanwhile, trump keeps racking up victories.

    Another successful foreign trip, to smack the G20 upside their heads.

  895. Trump says:

    Hey look, squirrel!

    Russian squirrel!!!

    And the retard has a heart attack.

  896. lisab says:

    8 U.S. Code § 2071 – Concealment, removal, or mutilation generally

    (a) Whoever willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, obliterates, or destroys, or attempts to do so, or, with intent to do so takes and carries away any record, proceeding, map, book, paper, document, or other thing, filed or deposited with any clerk or officer of any court of the United States, or in any public office, or with any judicial or public officer of the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.

    (b) Whoever, having the custody of any such record, proceeding, map, book, document, paper, or other thing, willfully and unlawfully conceals, removes, mutilates, obliterates, falsifies, or destroys the same, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both; and shall forfeit his office and be disqualified from holding any office under the United States. As used in this subsection, the term “office” does not include the office held by any person as a retired officer of the Armed Forces of the United States.

  897. lisab says:

    that is the public property law

    which also does not require a document to be classified

  898. lisab says:

    now if anything comey leaked is considered classified

    (robbie says it wasn’t, bot how would he know?)

    jail terms go up to 10 years or more

  899. lisab says:

    oh and if you leak two documents … they can make your serve the terms consecutively

    and being federal it is hard time, unless your sentence is commuted

    you don’t get much early release for fed crimes

  900. Tina says:

    Larry Schweikart Retweeted

    Jack Posobiec ?? @JackPosobiec
    ·
    Jun 8

    The FBI really has to explain to Reality Winner’s parents how she is in jail for doing the same exact thing Comey did

  901. lisab says:

    the ace comey has is that it is someone like robbie(D) on the jury would never convict

    and it only takes one snowflake on the jury

  902. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:08 pm
    So, daily caller out with incriminating ties on her thighness.

    Jebot silent as usual.

    – She didn’t win. I don’t care.

  903. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:15 pm
    now if anything comey leaked is considered classified

    (robbie says it wasn’t, bot how would he know?)

    jail terms go up to 10 years or more

    – I said leaking non-classified information is not against the law. That remains the fact.

    If you think Comey is going to prosecuted, then I have some primo swampland to sell to you.

  904. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:17 pm
    Larry Schweikart Retweeted

    Jack Posobiec ?? @JackPosobiec
    ·
    Jun 8

    The FBI really has to explain to Reality Winner’s parents how she is in jail for doing the same exact thing Comey did

    – Has Jack ever gotten to the bottom of Pizzagate?

  905. Trump says:

    My son is a traitor to the United States of America.

  906. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:20 pm
    the ace comey has is that it is someone like robbie(D) on the jury would never convict

    and it only takes one snowflake on the jury

    – When the only argument you have left is to claim I’m a Democrat, then you’ve clearly run out of all your other awful arguments.

    Comey is not going to be prosecuted. To believe otherwise is fantasy.

  907. Trump says:

    Have you recovered from brokered convention, retard Robbie?

  908. Trump says:

    More fantasy than Jeb as president? Or even GOP nominee?

  909. Trump says:

    Hillary 374 ev’s?

  910. Tina says:

    Its an issue because I loath trump and love hillary.

    Jebot.

  911. Trump says:

    “White Supremacists Protest at Trump Tower”

    So this is where the retard Robbie was today.

  912. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:49 pm
    Its an issue because I loath trump and love hillary.

    Jebot.

    – As was the case with lisab, when you’re left to argue (falsely) I voted for Hillary, it’s a sign you’ve run out of your other awful arguments.

    That said, we all know you hate every Republican not named Trump. And wait until you find out Trump’s not a Republican.

  913. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:51 pm
    “White Supremacists Protest at Trump Tower”

    So this is where the retard Robbie was today.

    – White supremacists support Trump. I don’t. Better luck next time, soccer moron.

  914. Tina says:

    Zzzz, your claimthat it was not classified is WRONG.

    The Federal Redords Act is also an issue.

  915. Trump says:

    So you claim, liar.

    White supremacists and the retard Robbie both protest trump.

  916. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:55 pm
    Zzzz, your claimthat it was not classified is WRONG.

    The Federal Redords Act is also an issue.

    – Again, want to bet on whether Comey is prosecuted?

  917. Tina says:

    The jebot was seen at the sjw convention.

  918. Trump says:

    White supremacists, Blm activists, and the retard Robbie.

    All against trump.

    Not a coincidence,

  919. Tina says:

    You. Wrng that he did not oeak classified information bt.disproves what you wrote.

  920. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:57 pm
    You. Wrng that he did not oeak classified information bt.disproves what you wrote.

    – Again, want to bet on whether Comey is prosecuted?

  921. Tina says:

    The jebot cannot keep its story right.

  922. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:58 pm
    The jebot cannot keep its story right.

    – Want to be on whether Comey is prosecuted?

  923. lisab says:

    your a troll and a snowflake, nothing more

  924. Trump says:

    Maxine waters and the retard Robbie.

    Both Trump haters

  925. Tina says:

    I do not bet thank you, especialky with thise that have no $$$.

    Moreover, you must be having troubke reading, or you are just too stupid.

  926. Trump says:

    And both as dumb as a particularly stupid rock.

  927. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    July 10, 2017 at 8:59 pm
    your a troll and a snowflake, nothing more

    – Now I know you’ve run out of arguments.

  928. Trump says:

    The retard thinks he was making an argument.

    Not lapping up and regurgitating msm crap.

    You have to pity the dead brain.

  929. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 9:00 pm
    I do not bet thank you, especialky with thise that have no $$$.

    Moreover, you must be having troubke reading, or you are just too stupid.

    – LOL. Put your money where your mouth is.

    Also, I’m still waiting for the link to the court ruling that stated Comey committed perjury.

  930. Trump says:

    Betting.

    Ah, that brings back memories of that bully MD.

  931. lisab says:

    its an observation not an argument

  932. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    July 10, 2017 at 9:04 pm
    its an observation not an argument

    – Riiiiight.

  933. lisab says:

    glad you agree 🙂

  934. Wes says:

    So, just to distract from the argument between Robbie and all HHR, who would win a fight between Giganotosaurus and Deinosuchus?

  935. Waingro says:

    Uh oh.

    “NEW: Email shows Trump Jr. was told before meeting that Clinton dirt came from Russian effort to aid Trump campaign”

  936. lisab says:

    probably giganotosaurus out of water

    today’s crocs and alligators are sometimes killed by hippos and big cats

    assuming giganotosaurus was the more agile predator, it would probably win if it stays out of water

  937. Tina says:

    Uh retardo, never claimed a court said he committed perjury.

    Btw, using your statement, leaking classified information is an offense worthy of b ing prosecuted. Thus, per the fbi, he leaked classified info.

  938. Tina says:

    From the slimes, i read the first few paragraphs,

    Mr. Goldstone’s message, as described to The New York Times by the three people, indicates that the Russian government was the source of the potentially damaging information. It does not elaborate on the wider effort by Moscow to help the Trump campaign. There is no evidence to suggest that the promised damaging information was related to Russian government computer hacking that led to the release of thousands of Democratic National Committee emails.

    Nada again.

  939. Phil says:

    The NYT timing this out perfectly – a story a day each building on the one the day before.

  940. Tina says:

    Garbage in and garbage out.

    For the low iq jebots.

  941. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    974. So what is your “Uh oh” about?

    It is normal now for major campaigns to hire “opposition researchers” who hunt for damaging information against a political candidate. Do you think that Clinton’s people were not doing the same? If a Russian approached them with information, do you honestly believe Clinton’s people would have refused to meet? Make me laugh.

    Trump, Jr., said it best in a tweet: “Obviously I’m the first person on a campaign to ever take a meeting to hear info about an opponent… went nowhere but had to listen,” he wrote in one tweet. In another, he added, “No inconsistency in statements, meeting ended up being primarily about adoptions. In response to further Q’s I simply provided more details.”

    The younger Mr. Trump, who had a reputation during the campaign for having meetings with a wide range of people eager to speak to him, did not join his father’s administration. He runs the family business, the Trump Organization, with his brother, Eric.”

  942. Phil says:

    I know….but half the country are low IQ idiots. It’s why the NYT is still in business.

  943. Tina says:

    I just posted the daily caller showing collusion with officials and russian gumbent. Of course, in jebot land, it only matters id it involves trump.

    What is the crime?

  944. Trump says:

    Ny times is still in business because Carlos slim wants a mouthpiece.

    Not because anyone believes or even reads ny times.

  945. Tina says:

    They hate don jr because he is likely better than his dad at tweeting things.

  946. Tina says:

    Hillary ifficials did, see the daily caller article. of course jebot ignores and then says something more stupid.

  947. Trump says:

    Dames goes for Washington compost and Jeff bezos.

  948. Tina says:

    https://theconservativetreehouse.files.wordpress.com/2017/07/comey-politico-tweet.jpg

    Uh oh. Retroactive classification.

    Comedy is pulling out the hiklary defense.

  949. Tina says:

    They link to politico for comedys hillary 2.0 defense.

  950. Tina says:

    Uh politico, the fbi director is an originator of classified documenta. Personal conversations involving the president or exec depart officials are privileged.

  951. Robbie says:

    This is why I wrote earlier today the Trump team needed to get all of this stuff out at the same time because the drip, drip, drip is killing them.

  952. Phil says:

    Just in – Donald Trump Jr hires criminal defense lawyer.

  953. Robbie says:

    Alex Burns?
    @alexburnsNYT
    10 minutes ago

    Remember when accidentally depriving Republicans of their prized recruit against Jon Tester was the wackiest Don Jr. escapade?

  954. Trump says:

    1990 circulation:

    NY Times 1.1 m
    Washington Post 750k

    2010:

    NY Times 900k
    Washington Post 550k

    While the us population increased by 24percent in the same time frame.

  955. Robbie says:

    What’s craziest about the NYT story is it’s clear one faction of Trumpworld is leaking on another faction of Trumpworld. If you read the story, it wouldn’t be hard to conclude Kushner and his legal team are dumping this on Don Jr.

  956. Trump says:

    The retard is forming his own opinion, by cutting and pasting no name losers.

  957. Phil says:

    991 The drip, drip is not doing them any good.

  958. Waingro says:

    #981, I’ll just say this: until we see an actual email, I will stay skeptical as to the reliability of this NY Slimes report.

    At a minimum, Don Jr. should only speak about this through a lawyer.

  959. Trump says:

    Another fake news from the retard.

  960. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    July 10, 2017 at 10:16 pm
    991 The drip, drip is not doing them any good.

    – A rolling disclosure eventually becomes a death by a thousand cuts.

  961. Tina says:

    Yeah its fake and the fake news loon lapped it up.

  962. Tina says:

    What is maggies view point?

    Or better yet the navarro slob?

  963. Tina says:

    Breaking news

    No email exists.

  964. Tina says:

    Its sheot to distract from comedys bombshels

  965. Trump says:

    What disclosure?

    Nobody has even defined what Russian meddling means.

    All that is happening is increasing desperation and irrelevance of the haters like the retard Robbie and his msm buddies

  966. Phil says:

    Tina, it’s working then.

  967. Trump says:

    The haters have been blabbing for 8 months, and cannot even figure out what Russia is supposed to have done.

  968. Tina says:

    They woukd not cover comedys bombshells.

  969. Robbie says:

    Hannity is lit tonight.

  970. Phil says:

    How about it, Robbie? Going to catch Mika and Joe on Colbert tomorrow night?

  971. Tina says:

    The keaks would stop if thry charged comedy.

    Deep state and the unies would be to gue tied.

  972. Trump says:

    The retard Robbie is weeping that none of his hateful fantasies have borne any fruit.

  973. Tina says:

    CNN IS ISIS: Trying To Hide That They Hired Major al-Qaeda Propaganda Filmmaker For Their Documentary on Syria!

    Please saymthemstory is false. Cnn cannot be that low?

    I mean i know its low when acosta takes humas in a date.

  974. Waingro says:

    Heh.

    “Hannity is now suggesting Don Jr was set up by Dems

    I’m pouring a glass of bourbon.”

    https://twitter.com/comfortablysmug/status/884598902820925441

  975. Trump says:

    I see Steve ban on is still working at the White House.

    The retard was convinced he would be ousted.

  976. Tina says:

    Sessions has a rich target field if he takes out comedy. He can do it, there is no recusal for leaking, violation the records act, possessing gubment property that is not yours, etc.

    Multiple felonies.

    Please do it and tou will become the greatest ag since ed meese.

  977. Tina says:

    Yes, set up,by fusion. That limk is there

  978. Tina says:

    A story reported yesterday.

  979. Tina says:

    And if he met with a russian official, what is the crime? Why is there a crume for him, but nothing for,hillary who ,et with russians and ukranians to get dirt in trump? Why is it ok for,ine side, and not themother?

  980. Tina says:

    This story likely hurts passage of repealing obumblercare. Ryano and the ky drunk are just too weak and they are closet obumblercare supporters.

    The rs are thrash. Liars and wont repeal.

  981. Tina says:

    Its best to do nothing and let the insurers pull out. Just don t enforcemthe law and it dies.

  982. Phil says:

    I don’t see a crime, Tina so what the hell is Trump Jr lawyering p for? Your average guy looks at it and says innocent people not charged with anything don’t lawyer up. Looks bad so why do it?

  983. Tina says:

    Comey Corruption- Chris Farrell: “Mr. Comey’s in trouble. He selectively leaked to damage @POTUS.” #MAGA #TrumpTrain #DTS #Dobbs

    Multiple felonies.

  984. Tina says:

    Lots of reasons for getting a lawyer, phil in his case. If he is called before congress and gets something wrong, like a date formsomething, theynwill,say he lies. Theynwill,subpoena him , likely in open session since a lot of rs are out to get trumo. This gives them an excuse to,not,passs anything.

    The rs in congress need to know that the folks are blaming them and not the president.

  985. Trump says:

    Nobody accused the r’s in congress of being smart.

  986. Trump says:

    The r’s in congress are slouching towards minority status.

  987. Cash Cow TM says:

    Robbie coming here to post his concerns is sort of like a sick baby moose with a crippled leg dropping in at the cave where the den of wolves lives….

  988. Tina says:

    Comedy, farkas, and comedys bff have all lawyer d up. Could be something, or nothing.

    The ny slmes story seems pretty weak btw.

  989. Trump says:

    Broken promises lead to minority status.

    Those who forget “no new taxes” are bound to suffer the same fate as the hapless bush sr.

  990. Tina says:

    People are wromg saying sessions must recuse himself involving comedys leaking.

    Just wrong. This does not involve muh russian.

  991. Tina says:

    If I go ss?s down. We all go down

    Hillary

    I,womder if comedy will do the same.

  992. Tina says:

    And comedy is not bright

    If the law requires intent, whichnit does not, his intent was clear.

    Testifying under oath before a Senate committee, he attested that he purposefully gave those memos with the express intention they be released to the media to facilitate the appointment of a special prosecutor.

  993. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    July 10, 2017 at 10:25 pm
    How about it, Robbie? Going to catch Mika and Joe on Colbert tomorrow night?

    – Disappointed to see you go down this road, Phil. You’ve always been one of the most level headed commentors at HHR.

    Now as to your comment, I don’t watch Morning Joe and I never stay up late enough to watch Colbert. I think Joe and Mika are pretenious and preening.

  994. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    July 10, 2017 at 10:27 pm
    I see Steve ban on is still working at the White House.

    The retard was convinced he would be ousted.

    – No. I hoped he’d be ousted.

  995. Trump says:

    Another dashed fantasy of the retard.

  996. Robbie says:

    Cash Cow TM says:
    July 10, 2017 at 10:42 pm
    Robbie coming here to post his concerns is sort of like a sick baby moose with a crippled leg dropping in at the cave where the den of wolves lives….

    – I don’t like Trump and have been clear about that for two years. That said, I’d like to him and his White House get their act together so it doesn’t lead to a really bad result for Republicans in 2018.

  997. Tina says:

    I am sure joe mika will have their republican sources lined up, phil.

  998. Trump says:

    Trump has his act together, retard.

    If GOP doesn’t want a bad 2018, may the incompetent Ryan and the corrupt McConnell would get their acts together.

  999. Trump says:

    Ryan appears to be the most incompetent speaker in history.

    He is not leadership material. He is a policy number cruncher, they should give him a computer and make him crunch Medicare numbers on a spreadsheet.

  1000. Trump says:

    And trump does not listen to loser retard’s like you, Robbie.

  1001. Phil says:

    I would also like to see him get his act together for the sake of 2018. However, every bit as important is for the Republican Congress to get their act together. Tax reform and a tax cut is a winner yet they keep wallowing around in their tangled web of Obamacare. Republicans in congress are blowing it.

  1002. Tina says:

    The republican leadership os just horrible. Ryan and the ky drunk just suck.

    I have said the ky drunk was sheot since 2009.

  1003. Trump says:

    If Trump listened to hateful retards like Robbie, we’d have president Hillary today.

  1004. Tina says:

    With a stronger majority leader, ryan woukd be stronger. Ryan is not a leader.

  1005. Tina says:

    At this point they need to,just send a full repeal bill. Work in a replacememt later.

  1006. Trump says:

    Ryan is way above his Peter principle level, he is at the peak of his incompetence.

  1007. Jonesy says:

    I forgot that Robbie predicted a brokered convention . lol moron

    He is tweeting the NYT again today too

  1008. Cash Cow TM says:

    triggered

    Rigger Ted
    red tiger G
    Gert Ridge
    greet grid
    Egg R Tired

  1009. Tina says:

    Brokereed convention.
    Glad thst romney lost.

    The 2026 debacle.

    The 2017’stupidity

    All are the jebots favorite things.

  1010. Trump says:

    Don’t forget the low energy loser Jeb.

    That is Robbie’s brand.

  1011. lisab says:

    there is a lot of money involved

    att wants to buy time warner

    time warner owns cnn

    they also gave hillary a million dollars … money shot to hell, but tiny compared to the billions the att time warner represents

  1012. Tina says:

    *2016 debacle.

  1013. lisab says:

    guess who doesn’t want att and time warner to merge?

    amazon and netfix

    because they don’t want the streaming competition

    the att merger is currently being looked at by the feds

  1014. Tina says:

    Byron York @ByronYork
    ·
    32m

    Outrageous. Everyone knows you hire former MI6 agents to do that for you…

    The Democrats @TheDemocrats
    Donald Jr. was willing to accept help from a hostile foreign power to sway an election.

    The pepe dossier.

  1015. Trump says:

    If you want to understand retard Robbie’s psyche, just look at Jeb.

    Out of touch, low energy loony tunes who get clobbered by reality at every step.

  1016. Tina says:

    No email exists.

  1017. Tina says:

    TheLastRefuge @TheLastRefuge2
    ·
    2h

    Clinton/Comey Sequencing:
    1. Not classified
    becomes
    2. Not marked classified
    becomes
    3. “Retroactively classified”
    becomes
    4.”unintentional”

    Lol, its her thighness 2.0.

  1018. lisab says:

    the effect of the msm is pretty clear

    dnc fundraising was the lowest since 2003 in may

    rnc fundraising was the highest in an off year

    they are outraising the dnc 2 to 1

    not to mention blowing 40 million on the ga campaign

  1019. Tina says:

    The r numbers look good in battleground states.

  1020. lisab says:

    The r numbers look good in battleground states.
    ———————–

    the dems lost working people

    now they are pushing many of the millenials away

    they will still win the snowflakes of course, but check out social media, they are getting crushed these days

    the dems need a leader. you cannot win if you only have african americans as your base

  1021. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    995. Don Jr., talking to a Russian citizen to collect “dirt” is not criminal. Politically it is sort of dumb. Usually political campaigns rely on people, like private detectives, outside of the campaign to do opposition research and find dirt.
    It is very naive politically, and likely makes the Democrats suspicious that more was discussed.

  1022. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    995. “If you read the story, it wouldn’t be hard to conclude Kushner and his legal team are dumping this on Don Jr.”

    I have a very hard time concluding this. Wasn’t Kushner at the meeting? See no benefit for him, and maybe some embarrassment.

  1023. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The bottom line to this whole Russian meeting situation is this is something most major campaigns do, but it is done stealthy, not by the son of the candidate.

  1024. janz says:

    Supposedly the female Russian attorney, who contacted Trump Jr., had her visa denied from entering the county. Somehow, though, she was able to get in, possibly through a government waiver. What people are now investigating is who provided her with assistance to enter the country — someone in the Obama administration, or one of the several national security agencies who have been leading the charge against Trump for some time now (Clapper, Brennen, and Comey)?

    This Russian thing has become one big tangled web!

  1025. lisab says:

    a russian lawyer calls the trumps saying she has dirt on hillary from the russian government … but has no dirt, even though the russian government supposedly hacked hillary

    then, the same lawyer who again is supposedly working for the russain government to help trump

    decides to go to the nytimes?

    either the russians are helping trump or not, you cannot have it both ways …

    even robbie doesn’t believe the russian conspiracy theories 🙂

  1026. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Have to hand it to Trump for fighting back on his Twitter:

    @realDonaldTrump
    If Chelsea Clinton were asked to hold the seat for her mother,as her mother gave our country away, the Fake News would say CHELSEA FOR PRES!

    @realDonaldTrump
    When I left Conference Room for short meetings with Japan and other countries, I asked Ivanka to hold seat. Very standard. Angela M agrees!

  1027. Bitterlaw says:

    I am staying out of the collusion argument. I am annoyed by the people who think that Putin should be our ally and that Trump should work closely with him. I hear them several times per day calling into shows. You can support Trump and still believe Putin is a killer not to be trusted.

  1028. Mr.Vito says:

    The lawyer lady seems to have just confirmed the nothingburger status of this thing.

  1029. Waingro says:

    The lawyer seems like a kook.

  1030. Mr.Vito says:

    How so?

  1031. Jonesy says:

    Big news in Colorado. Permulter drops out of gov race, and retiring from his us house seat. Big loss for dems

  1032. MichiganGuy says:

    America’s Most and Least Popular Senators — July 2017

    https://morningconsult.com/july-2017-senator-rankings/

  1033. Tina says:

    Ny times cannot confirm email. They never saw it.

  1034. Tina says:

    Josh Hammer @josh_hammer
    ·
    14h

    The GOP continues to completely botch a 90-10 issue.
    Ben Ferguson @benfergusonshow
    Just released USA Today poll on Obamacare:
    11% keep it
    42% fix it with major changes
    44% repeal

  1035. Cash Cow TM says:

    I AM SICK OF HEARING ABOUT THE RUSSIANS! 🙁

  1036. Cash Cow TM says:

    IF DAVE W. EVER GETS AROUND TO THROWING UP A NEW THREAD, AND I SNAG THE FIRST POSTER, THE THREAD RULE WILL BE NOBODY CAN MENTION THE RUSSIANS.

  1037. Cash Cow TM says:

    SO NV, MI, PA, WI HAVE THE LOWEST RATED SENATORS?

  1038. Cash Cow TM says:

    AND NC…

  1039. Tina says:

    But the jebot will violate that rule.

  1040. MichiganGuy says:

    Indiana Joe Donnelly 53% 25%
    Missouri Claire McCaski 46% 38%
    Montana Jon Tester 50% 39%
    Nevada Dean Heller 41% 33%
    New Jersey Bob Menendez 39% 38%
    North Dakota Heidi Heitkamp 60% 28%
    Ohio Sherrod Brown 50% 29% Pennsylvania Robert Casey 46% 31%
    Virginia Timothy Kaine 51% 35%

  1041. MichiganGuy says:

    If Heidi Heitkamp is at 60% we can forget about taking her seat.

  1042. MichiganGuy says:

    Dean Heller looks to be in trouble and Trump is not helping any.

  1043. MichiganGuy says:

    Do we have anyone decent to run against Bob Menendez?

  1044. Waingro says:

    #1070, she just doesn’t seem very credible and her actual “ties” to Russian government appear flimsy.

  1045. Waingro says:

    “If Heidi Heitkamp is at 60% we can forget about taking her seat.”

    That will come crashing down if she continues to vote lock and step with Chucky Schmucky. She will have some painful votes ahead that hopefully a credible GOP candidate can expose.

  1046. Waingro says:

    #1083, nah. And NJ Dems and most indies are in a HUGE anti-GOP mode thanks to Christy Cremes. I doubt the GOP wins a statewide race for years out there.

  1047. Robbie says:

    State TV offers a correction, but only after the dupes fell for it.

    FOX & friends?
    @foxandfriends

    Correction: Comey’s memos did not have top secret info. The report says half were classified at secret or confidential level, not top secret

  1048. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:15 am
    But the jebot will violate that rule.

    – If I were first, my thread rule would be no mentions of Comey or Farkas. That would be 99% of what you post.

  1049. Waingro says:

    LOL. Dems really think this is the winning play card for the midterms don’t they? This overplaying (to say the least) stuff only helps Trump.

    Washington Examiner?Verified account @dcexaminer 21m21 minutes ago

    Tim Kaine on Trump Jr. : “We are beyond obstruction of justice. This is moving into perjury, false statements and even potentially treason”

  1050. Trump says:

    Retard Robbie,

    Secret or confidential is still classified, moron.

  1051. Mr.Vito says:

    So they did have classified information.

  1052. Jonesy says:

    Robbie 374. Is Hillary ahead in Utah?

  1053. Waingro says:

    #1087, so they were still “classified”? I’m sure Comey’s and his surrogates next defense will be how they weren’t “marked” as such. De ja vu all over again!

  1054. Mr.Vito says:

    Secret classification is for items that would cause serious damage to national security.

  1055. Trump says:

    The retard Robbie has the intelligence of a brain dead chihuahua.

  1056. Trump says:

    But we already knew that

  1057. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #1087- Robbie
    I am sorry, but your defense of Comey is a distinction without a difference.
    The man is a total unethical,aggrandizing slimeball regardless as to whether what he did was lawful or not! You have to agree with my assessment.Correct?

  1058. Robbie says:

    The rapidity with which soccer moron responds to my posts is really something. He hasn’t commented since 11:30 last night, but as soon as I write something, there he is. This time it was just 1 minute later.

    It’s almost as if he just lurks here 24/7 waiting for me to post. Or is he just a bot that springs into action when my name appears? Either way, he’s easily triggered.

  1059. Mr.Vito says:

    “I’m sure Comey’s and his surrogates next defense will be how they weren’t “marked” as such. ”

    His professor friend has already used that line about what he received.

  1060. Trump says:

    Or maybe my AI bot is on the job.

    Retard.

  1061. Mr.Vito says:

    Who cares how long soccer guru takes to respond to your post? Maybe he has a feed? You said Mike is an idiot for talking about how many seconds it takes you to retweet.

  1062. Trump says:

    The retard has become unhinged since the collapse of his butt buddy Jeb.

    His so called mind, which was the size of a shriveled pea to begin with (no other way to explain his Jeb sucking), is now reduced to a minuscule pebble. No amount of reality will restore it to its former shriveled pea size.

    Behold the power of Trump.

  1063. Waingro says:

    “His professor friend has already used that line about what he received.”

    Hilarious and predictable.

  1064. Mr.Vito says:

    25 people could have pointed out how stupid Robbie’s post was… he would have picked on soccer guru because… well… winning!

  1065. Robbie says:

    What Fox n friends (State TV) wanted everyone to believe was Comey leaked classified documents to his friend to hurt Trump. Wrong.

    Four of seven were marked confidential, but the one he leaked to his friend was not.

    Predictably, the Fox piece led to stories Comey leaked classified documents to hurt Trump. They knew that wasn’t the case, but they got the result they wanted.

  1066. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:47 am
    Who cares how long soccer guru takes to respond to your post? Maybe he has a feed? You said Mike is an idiot for talking about how many seconds it takes you to retweet.

    – For someone who says he doesn’t pay attention to me, you respond an awful lot to me.

  1067. Trump says:

    Fox News screwed the retard Robbie.

    They got the result they wanted.

  1068. Robbie says:

    Waingro says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:49 am
    “His professor friend has already used that line about what he received.”
    Hilarious and predictable.

    – And the truth or Comey and his friend would have been dragged in front of a Congressional committee by now to answer for this. They haven’t and Mueller isn’t looking into their actions either.

  1069. Trump says:

    You are a fu cked up moron who makes up fantasies, retard Robbie.

  1070. Mr.Vito says:

    “For someone who says he doesn’t pay attention to me, you respond an awful lot to me.”

    I said I no longer can take you seriously… I say daily that you are my best material. #fakenews

  1071. Trump says:

    Only you believe that congressional committees are worth anything.

  1072. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:51 am
    Fox News screwed the retard Robbie.
    They got the result they wanted.

    – If anything about FoxNews has upset me, it was Tucker having RFK Jr. on his show last night to cast doubt on vaccinations. That stupidity has done more to hurt people than anything Trump or any other politicians has ever done.

  1073. Mr.Vito says:

    In fact, as I’ve said about a great number of people here that have beclowned themselves, I like to encourage you to keep talking.

  1074. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:54 am
    “For someone who says he doesn’t pay attention to me, you respond an awful lot to me.”
    I said I no longer can take you seriously… I say daily that you are my best material. #fakenews

    – I tend not to take seriously people who became so dispirited with the Democrat Party they became Republicans so they could offer daily defenses of a Democrat who hijacked the Republican party.

    I also tend not to take seriously people who offered strenuous defenses of Trump’s moronic wiretap claims the weekend he made them. Still waiting for one iota of proof that Breitbart inspired nonsense was true.

  1075. Mr.Vito says:

    Robbie the concern troll spends all day casting shade on Republicans and apologizing for everyone else.

    It has become comical.

  1076. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:56 am
    In fact, as I’ve said about a great number of people here that have beclowned themselves, I like to encourage you to keep talking.

    – The only ones who have beclowned themselves are the ones who have bought into Trump and Trumpism.

  1077. Robbie says:

    Mr.Vito says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:59 am
    Robbie the concern troll spends all day casting shade on Republicans and apologizing for everyone else.
    It has become comical.

    – This is one of my favorites. Concern troll is such a wimpy attack.

    I support the Republicans in the House and Senate. And unlike you, I have been a Republican my entire life.

    I don’t support Trump or Trumpism because he is not a Republican and Trumpism is a cancer on conservatism.

  1078. Phil says:

    We rubes in flyover country are laughing at the MSM and coastal elites desperation at trying to keep this Russian crap going. They just never stop. They can’t.

  1079. Mr.Vito says:

    I never became a Republican. #fakenews

    I rarely defend Trumps actions. #morefakenews

    Nothing I said about the wiretapping, was ever proven wrong, unlike Robbie daily. Maybe if I throw or a “strenuous” or two into my posts it will make them awesome #fakestnews

  1080. Mr.Vito says:

    “Concern troll is such a wimpy attack.”

    It’s not an attack. It is obvious to everyone now.

    “And unlike you, I have been a Republican my entire life.”

    You would think you would attack them less than me, then.

  1081. Mr.Vito says:

    I’ve never seen someone so “strenuously” defend a guy like Comey that clearly did so many things wrong.

  1082. Phil says:

    Comey hands over memos detailing private conversations with the POTUS to his pal to leak to the MSM press for the expressed purpose of getting a special counsel.

    Uh, what’s wrong with this picture?

    Answer? Plenty

  1083. Tina says:

    the republican my enrtire life is kos lingo.

  1084. Robbie says:

    Don Jr. just released the emails.

  1085. Tina says:

    The jebot believes that nothing was violated, phil.

    The documents are classified and executive priviledge.

    The intent is there because comedy testified that he wanted to trigger an sp. The statute does not require intent, however.

  1086. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 11, 2017 at 11:14 am
    the republican my enrtire life is kos lingo.

    – Whereas you do nothing but attack Republicans who aren’t named Trump.

  1087. Waingro says:

    Don Jr. just posted an email thread on his twitter with some very glaring emails from Rob Goldstone.

    At first glance, I’m not sure this helps his cause of spinning this as a “nothingburger”. Why isn’t he doing this through his lawyer?

    “The Crwon prosecutor of Russia met with his father Aras this morning and in their meeting offered to provide the Trump campaign with some official documents and information that would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father.

    “This obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump – helped along by Aras and Emin.”

    https://twitter.com/DonaldJTrumpJr/status/884789839522140166

  1088. Tina says:

    The last attack on fox is an editorial from the wp, kill fox and friends. We know where the jebot has been.

  1089. Mr.Vito says:

    I support Trump against obvious lies, unfounded rumors, and political hack commentary because the people chose a nonpolitician and I love my country. I don’t have to support his behavior. I know a lot of the types who support him and they are not bad people…. Hillary lost the election on the deplorable comment because the vast majority of Americans know some and know they aren’t bad people.

    I couldn’t give a rat’s adz who does or doesn’t call themselves a Republican or a Democrat. Apparently you like labels… good for you.

  1090. Robbie says:

    I have to agree with Waingro. The “nothingburger” spin seems flimsy.

    The Associated Press?
    @AP
    1 minute ago

    BREAKING: In email, Trump’s son tells person promising damaging information on Clinton: `If it’s what you say I love it’

  1091. Waingro says:

    Sorry, I had a couple typos in that quote, as I was typing it out.

  1092. Robbie says:

    Michelle Fields?
    @MichelleFields

    Michelle Fields Retweeted Donald Trump Jr.
    “This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump”

  1093. Tina says:

    Natalia Veselnitskaya, who was in the United States as part of a case involving a Russian businessman accused of fraud in a civil suit brought by former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, met with with the Trump campaign team figures at Trump Tower on June 9, 2016, the Times reports.

    Did Preet Bharara set this all up. He had to get her a visa to come to America.

  1094. Mr.Vito says:

    Junior posts the email online?

    Wow… how secretive these Trumps are.

  1095. Phil says:

    Loves hearing damaging news on a political opponent?

    Horrors! Junior needs to be locked up!

  1096. Waingro says:

    Sounds like the Slimes was about to release the email, so Don Jr. was trying to get out in front of it.

  1097. Tina says:

    Jebots are so excited.

  1098. Tina says:

    Seems like a nothing burger.

    Again, why is ok for camp hilkary to do the same with the russians and ukranian gubments giving dirt against trump. This is per dailyncaller and politico.

  1099. Phil says:

    The Clintons would NEVER listen to any information from anyone even the Russians regarding damaging information about an opponent. Never! it would be unethical….and if there is anything we know about Bill and Hillary it is their fondness for ethics.

  1100. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 10, 2017 at 10:20 pm
    Breaking news
    No email exists.

    – Care to revise your statement?

  1101. Phil says:

    That’s the big, bad email?

    LOL

  1102. Tina says:

    The jebots are excited, even though jebot does not believe in russian colkusion and is a republican all of its life.

  1103. Mr.Vito says:

    The reason for the Russian stuff is that Dems have learned that the only way to beat Trump is to destroy the image of him as a proud American with Americas best interests.

    I haven’t seen anything yet that is going to tarnish that image… the second best thing for them would be to essentially extort Trump into submission by going after his family.

    I don’t think it is going to work, but maybe…. they are clearly still trying.

  1104. Tina says:

    No email existed yesterday, it exists today, thanks to donny jr.

  1105. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    July 11, 2017 at 11:35 am
    That’s the big, bad email?
    LOL

    – Don Jr., Jared Kushner, and Paul Manafort took a meeting with someone who said she was relaying the message Russia wanted to help Trump win.

    Not sure how you spin this as anything other than bad. It may not be illegal, but it sure looks bad.

  1106. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 11, 2017 at 11:38 am
    The jebots are excited, even though jebot does not believe in russian colkusion and is a republican all of its life.

    – For now, collusion to me would imply an active collaboration.

    Right now, all we know is they took a meeting. It looks bad, but is it illegal? Probably not.

  1107. Tina says:

    Hillary did the same with russian and ukrainian officials.

    You never mentioned that, jebot.

    Is it illegal and bad for her too?

    Lol

  1108. Tina says:

    The same times article mentioned that trump was not aware and nobody has suggested that taking the meeting was illegal.

  1109. Mr.Vito says:

    Kushner and Manafort had already disclosed this meeting to authorities.

    I assume that’s why they’ve left It to Don Jr.

  1110. Tina says:

    Natalia was never even a russian gubment official.

  1111. Waingro says:

    I’m not sure what the long term effect of this Don Jr. email situation is, but this certainly does not benefit Trump or the Republicans politically in the short term.

    It just keeps everything of substance that needs to get done on the back burner THAT much longer. Although maybe some of the feckless leaders in Congress like Mitchy prefer it that way….

  1112. Tina says:

    Natalia says this, per drudge headline,

  1113. Phil says:

    Nobody cares how it looks, Robbie…..except the anti Trump MSM and their friends on the Georgetown dinner party circuit.

    A twenty minute meeting with a Russian lawyer who it turned out had no dirt to convey. That’s devastating!

    Get a grip.

  1114. Waingro says:

    #1153, in one of the emails, Goldstone refers to her as “The Russian government attorney who is flying over from Moscow”.

  1115. Tina says:

    Yeah, an excuse by the ky drunk and ryano to continue to do nothing.

    Even though theynwould have found another excuse not to do something.

  1116. Waingro says:

    It may just be that Goldstone is a total moron.

  1117. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    July 11, 2017 at 11:46 am
    Nobody cares how it looks, Robbie…..except the anti Trump MSM and their friends on the Georgetown dinner party circuit.
    A twenty minute meeting with a Russian lawyer who it turned out had no dirt to convey. That’s devastating!
    Get a grip.

    – I thought the meeting was about adoption.

  1118. Mr.Vito says:

    1153 There will always be another story. Obama said they spent the last days releasing things to everyone and encouraging them to dig into every scrap on Russia and anyone associated with Trump. I expect it to continue indefinitely. The NBC guy said as much on election night.

  1119. Tina says:

    Also, the faux russian lawyah official was probably taped. She indicates that manfort and jared were on their phones, never looked at her, never asked her anything.

  1120. Mr.Vito says:

    “Goldstone refers to her as “The Russian government attorney who is flying over from Moscow”.”

    Hence Don said she was misrepresented and actually wanted to talk about adoption, as she said herself.

    Sounds like Goldstone bought a fake story..

  1121. Tina says:

    Can they fire don jr from the admin?

    Whoops he is not in the admin.

  1122. Tina says:

    This is loonville type story.

  1123. Tina says:

    Thr coloussion is done. The jebots need to explain why camp hilkary did the same with russians and ukrainian gubment officials, as indicated by the dailyncaller and politico,

  1124. Mr.Vito says:

    Of course some will say the Dems put her up to it or whatnot…

    Meh… I think she was in town for Preet and wanted to be seen while she was there, so she came up with something that would get her a meeting.

    Next we are going to hear some conspiracy about Preet being fired in retaliation for this.

  1125. Tina says:

    Jack Posobiec ?? @JackPosobiec
    ·
    10h

    I am still waiting for the NY Times to explain how Don Jr used this information on secret Russian babies to steal the election

    Lol

  1126. Tina says:

    Preet Bharara @PreetBharara
    ·
    11m

    Quick reminder: something doesn’t have to be illegal for it to be foolish, wrong and un-American. @DonaldJTrumpJr

    It is not illegal for you to be so stupid btw.

  1127. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 11, 2017 at 11:57 am
    Jack Posobiec ?? @JackPosobiec
    ·
    10h
    I am still waiting for the NY Times to explain how Don Jr used this information on secret Russian babies to steal the election
    Lol

    – I’m still waiting for Jack to get to the bottom of Pizzagate.

  1128. Tina says:

    come on sessions charge comedy.

    We realky need this.

  1129. Mr.Vito says:

    I guess Preet just admitted it wasn’t illegal.

    That was fast for a former Prosecutor fired by his dad.

  1130. Tina says:

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article160622854.html

    Uh oh, mccain now in target for the pepe dossier that comedy may have paid money for.

  1131. Phil says:

    I thought the meeting was about adoption.

    Adoption, dirt….who cares? And BTW, adoption WAS discussed.

    What difference does it make? Something illegal taking place here? Nope

    Was she a Russian government operative? No Did she relay info dug up by the Russian government that could be used in the campaign. No Collusion of any kind? No

    …and yet your friends in the AP, Washington Post, NYT, CNN, keep acting like they have the smoking gun…again.

    There was no collusion. Zip It’s been a year and every hate Trump MSM outlet and Washington deep throat Obama loving bureaucrat and intelligence operative haven’t come up with a thing showing collusion or anything like it.

    But never fear, Mika, Joe and Colbert will put it all together for us tonight.

  1132. Tina says:

    I wonder if preet will say this about hillary and her ties with the ukranian and russiian officials for doing the same?

  1133. Soccer Moron says:

    Those Russian babies were super babies far superior to American babies. They were like Drago in the Rocky movie but baby-sized.

    MAGA.

  1134. Tina says:

    Mika, joe and colbert.

    And tomorrow the jebot loon will recycle it.

  1135. Tina says:

    I cannot bekieve that mccain pushed the pepe dossier, tied to russian oficials.

    I wonder if comedy realky paid for that dossier. If so, he should have been axed for doing that.

  1136. Tina says:

    The jebots went from trump, to manaffort, to flynn, to one of the sons.

  1137. Tina says:

    Russian Lawyer Who Met With Donald Trump Jr. Denies Kremlin Links, Clinton Info

  1138. Mr.Vito says:

    Looking at the approval ratings above, I would say McCain ‘s actions haven’t served him well.

  1139. Waingro says:

    So Preet just basically absolved Don Jr. — in very backhanded way of course.

  1140. Waingro says:

    I would be totally fine with Kelli Ward taking McCain out.

  1141. Waingro says:

    Oh wait, McCain is safely elected. It’s Flake that is up. (Sighs).

  1142. Tina says:

    I noticed at the hearing that mccain could not even ask a coherent question on the matter. If he is ill, mentally or physically, he needs to go. Kelli is an upgrade for sure.

  1143. Mr.Vito says:

    I’m curious. What number are we up to now?

    52?

    78?

    127?

    This story…. THIS one is the beginning of the end of Donald Trump.

  1144. Tina says:

    And for the millionth time, he is a war hero, but a terrible senator.

    Both can be true.

  1145. Tina says:

    http://gatewaypundit-bnhmuox1n67lfdp.stackpathdns.com/wp-content/uploads/trump-statement-junior.jpg

    Here is don jrs reason for releasing and provides some needed context to this nothingburger.

  1146. Hugh says:

    Talk about a bunch of nothing. I suspect this stuff is commonplace and the nyt and everyone else knows it

  1147. Tina says:

    Hy don jr beat them to it.

    And she goes on tv and confirms she was not a russian official and talked about adoptions.

    But the jebots see a smoking gun

  1148. Mr.Vito says:

    NYT: It is unclear whether Mr. Goldstone had direct knowledge of the origin of the damaging material. One person who was briefed on the emails said it appeared that he was passing along information that had been passed through several others.

    Meh.

  1149. lisab says:

    Russian Lawyer Who Met With Donald Trump Jr. Denies Kremlin Links
    ————————

    as i said last night,

    a lawyer that really works for the russian government that supposedly wants to help trump, would have actually had dirt on hillary if she was genuine

    and

    does not go to the nytimes to hurt the guy that the kremlin told jer to help

    not unless she wants to end up dead via putin

    it was a grab for attention at best

    or

    a hillary set up at worst

  1150. Bitterlaw says:

    The victim did not sustain life-threatening injuries but was clearly pissed.

    Hello? Is this microphone on?

  1151. lisab says:

    that woman looks like a meth head

  1152. Mr.Vito says:

    Hey waingro… one of the emails says the meeting was moved from 3 to 4 because the lawyer would be in court til 3.

    Was she with Preet an hour before the meeting?

  1153. lisab says:

    sooooo … we’ve gone from the russian government helped trump

    to

    some random russian woman pretended to help trump?

  1154. lisab says:

    all the editors at the nytimes must have been fired

  1155. lisab says:

    and now even robbie admits comey committed a crime, just not a top secret crime …

    of course handing classified government documents of any kind carries a ten year sentence, but at least they were not top secret

  1156. lisab says:

    BREAKING Islamic State leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi has been killed – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says it has “confirmed information”

    reuters

  1157. Bitterlaw says:

    Bunu to call for moment of silence in 3…2…1…

  1158. lisab says:

    the freedom caucus threatening govt shutdown unless next spending bill funds trump wall

  1159. lisab says:

    Wikileaks: Chinese ambassador “private, off the record” set up for meeting with Clinton campaign during run up to US election

  1160. Tina says:

    He has been killed more times than jason in friday the 13th.

  1161. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    July 11, 2017 at 1:16 pm
    and now even robbie admits comey committed a crime, just not a top secret crime …
    of course handing classified government documents of any kind carries a ten year sentence, but at least they were not top secret

    – No, I did not.

  1162. Robbie says:

    FoxNews has video of the Russian lawyer sitting behind former ambassador to Russia Mike McFaul and taking notes of what he said during testimony to a committee.

  1163. Tina says:

    Nothingburger.

  1164. lisab says:

    “The report says half were classified at secret or confidential level, not top secret”

    that is a crime

    giving out a non-classified memo is a violation of the records act and the government property act

    but

    giving out classified documents is a whole different level …

    18 U.S. Code § 798 – Disclosure of classified information

    (a) Whoever knowingly and willfully communicates, furnishes, transmits, or otherwise makes available to an unauthorized person, or publishes, or uses in any manner prejudicial to the safety or interest of the United States or for the benefit of any foreign government to the detriment of the United States any classified information—
    (1) concerning the nature, preparation, or use of any code, cipher, or cryptographic system of the United States or any foreign government; or

    (2) concerning the design, construction, use, maintenance, or repair of any device, apparatus, or appliance used or prepared or planned for use by the United States or any foreign government for cryptographic or communication intelligence purposes; or

    (3) concerning the communication intelligence activities of the United States or any foreign government; or

    (4) obtained by the processes of communication intelligence from the communications of any foreign government, knowing the same to have been obtained by such processes—
    Shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both.

  1165. lisab says:

    leaking any government documents is illegal

    leaking classified documents is a whole other level of stupid

  1166. lisab says:

    Tina,

    i think they actually funded the clinton pac, not the clinton campaign directly

  1167. Waingro says:

    “Was she with Preet an hour before the meeting?”

    The plot thickens!

  1168. MichiganGuy says:

    “The Republican Party of Florida’s amazing bust of a fundraising quarter.

    Late last night, RPOF posted raising $338,942 in financial contributions, which for a statewide party that controls all the levers of government is jaw-droppingly bad. It’s the worst individual fundraising reporting period RPOF has posted since at least 1996, which is as far back as the state’s election website goes.”

    http://www.politico.com/tipsheets/florida-playbook/2017/07/11/florida-gops-fundraising-implosion-dems-questionable-cash-count-aclu-of-florida-sues-trump-heroin-epidemic-in-trumps-backyard-221250

    What’s going on with the Florida GOP?

  1169. Tina says:

    Brian Stelter @brianstelter
    Replying to @brianstelter and @DonaldJTrumpJr
    Confirmed from an NYT source: “We were preparing to publish” story — Don Jr. camp “asked for more time” to comment “and then pre-empted us”

    The slimes are bitter. The reporter claims to have worked on it for a year. All blown out now and a big nothing.

  1170. Tina says:

    Ky drunk extends congressional session.

    So, he will do more of nothing.

  1171. Tina says:

    The ny times reporter is melting down on twitter faster than when e jebots hillary lost.

  1172. Mr.Vito says:

    Waingro, the prevezon case was heard in Manhattan on the date in question.

    http://www.leagle.com/decision/In%20FCO%2020161017065/U.S.%20v.%20PREVEZON%20HOLDINGS%20LTD.

    So I would assume that’s where she was.

  1173. Mr.Vito says:

    Although neither she nor Preet are listed as attorneys appearing for the case…

  1174. Tina says:

    https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/44291

    Clinton campaign met with the chinese ambassador.

    This is old news, but relevant now.

    Of course the jebots to ignore.

  1175. Tina says:

    And creepy podesta has never denied that it was not his emails.

  1176. Tina says:

    Gov. Mike Huckabee @GovMikeHuckabee
    ·
    2h

    Liberal media in a frenzy because Donald Trump Jr released all his emails. Should’ve just deleted them. We know that’s fine with them!

    Rofl

  1177. Bitterlaw says:

    I wonder if the 2016 election will be fully investigated before the 2036 election?

  1178. messy says:

    1201. how nice

  1179. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    According to the NYTs, the Ukraine attempted to provide information to the Clinton campaign about Trump.

    “The White House press office, however, accused Mrs. Clinton’s team of hypocrisy. The office circulated a January 2017 article published in Politico, detailing how officials from the Ukrainian government tried to help the Democratic candidate conduct opposition research on Mr. Trump and some of his aides.”

    Am not seeing providing information to any candidate as a foreign country tampering with an election. If they are using electronic means to interfere with voting machines or the election process, you could make the claim. Have often seen foreign leaders supporting the election of other foreign leaders.

    Hacking of a candidate’s E-mail account by a foreign government could be considered election tampering. However, we are at the point that foreign intelligence services are basically engaged in widespread E-mail hacking, and listening to telephone conversations.

    Merkel was deeply offended when she learned that the U.S.(Obama) was listening to her cell phone conversations. It has recently come out that Germany was taping U.S. phone lines as well.

    At this point, it is a big so what. Does the NYT really think this is unusual conduct? Who are they trying to kid. What is unusual is the failure of the Trump campaign to cover its tracks, like other campaigns would. Shows sort of an amateur operation. Then again, Podesta’s failure to property security the Democratic Party E-mail system was probably an even worse error.

    Seeing a lot of smoke, but no fire.

  1180. messy says:

    1134. Donnie Jr put them out because a “friend” leaked some of them o the ‘Times.

  1181. Phil says:

    Powerline just released the entire email thread. Nothing to see whatsoever. They then go on to entirely destroy the NYT narrative of “the story”

    Ok guys, next.

  1182. Trump says:

    1225:

    No.

    They bill by the hour.

  1183. Robbie says:

    Roger Stone is the best!

    John Harwood?
    @JohnJHarwood
    7 minutes ago

    more @RogerJStoneJr: “President must move aggressively to indict Brennan, Clapper, Rice and yes Obama for unconstitutional surveillance” /2

  1184. Robbie says:

    I’d love to know who in the Trump/White House orbit is dropping this oppo on Don Jr. The NYT had the actual email.

  1185. Trump says:

    Ask the nyt, retard Robbie.

  1186. Tina says:

    The ny times reporter continues to meltdown. Thought he had a smoking gun and instead had a water gun.

    This is beautiful, donnie jr nailed them.

    Now, we know that she was pit up by fusion and soros.

  1187. Tina says:

    Sexton, the reporter, needs a safe space.

  1188. Tina says:

    Yall need to calm down a bit on the muhnrussian,

    2 years and still nothing.

    Imcan easily spot the fake news in the. Y times and wp articles.

  1189. Tina says:

    Jared yates sexton, the sjw, is melting down on twittter.

  1190. Tina says:

    This is 3 d chess.

    Leak garbage to jebots that are stupid and then drop the hammer.

  1191. Phil says:

    Don’t worry. Mika, Joe and Colbert are going to explain it to all us flyover morons.

  1192. Tina says:

    Median Politics @MedianPolitics
    ·
    2h

    .@limbaugh – Don’t you get it – It’s okay for DEM’S to get oppo research from any source but not Republicans.

  1193. Tina says:

    The jebot loons need to target Melania. She speaks foreign languages.

  1194. Trump says:

    Who falls for a “secret” dossier on Clinton sleaze?

    Their crimes are public knowwledge.

  1195. Tina says:

    Hmm, plot thickens…

    Comedynwas seen entering nyntimes building about a month ago.

  1196. lisab says:

    “Jared yates sexton, the sjw, is melting down on twittter.”

    yes i saw that earlier

    he has been melting down all day

    he thought he had a multi-million dollar book deal, all shot to hell because don jr tweeted out the emails

  1197. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 11, 2017 at 3:56 pm
    The jebot loons need to target Melania. She speaks foreign languages.

    – You targeted Jeb for speaking Spanish on the campaign trail in 2015.

  1198. Mr.Vito says:

    It would have looked more damning if the NYT did not have the actual email… makes it look more like a set up.

    Or wiretapping… dun, dun, dun!! (for Tina)

  1199. Tina says:

    Sexton is really objective, look at his meltdown. If he had anything, he was going tomselectively edit them.

    So, no choice but to release the email chain.

    Now trump will claim, Imhave all my emails, I did not bleach bit them, like you know who.

  1200. Tina says:

    I targeted jeb for being an idiot and not knowing how to answer the iraq question.

    His open borders positions were not great either.

  1201. lisab says:

    Jared Yates Sexton ? @JYSexton
    I chased this story for a year and he just…tweeted it out.
    11:36 AM – 11 Jul 2017

    Jared Yates Sexton ? @JYSexton
    Like. I spent hours and days and weeks and months. And his son just, hit tweet.
    11:38 AM – 11 Jul 2017

  1202. Tina says:

    Must admit that the trump family has some great legal minds.

    Best in the biz right now.

  1203. Tina says:

    I am liking goober more and more.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/07/msnbc-cuts-audio-soon-gop-lawmaker-brings-clinton-campaign-meeting-foreign-governments-video/

    Graham has been able to hit back effectively.

    Mcamnesty is neutered by his involvment in the pepe dossier.

  1204. Tina says:

    “Okay, so anytime you’re in a campaign and you get offered from a foreign government to help your campaign, the answer is no,” Graham told reporters.

    “He (Trump Jr) definitely has to testify, that e-mail was disturbing. But what is equally odd to me is that the person they met with knew absolutely nothing so I don’t know why they would pick somebody for him to meet with that didn’t have any information about the Clinton campaign…”

    “It’s very frustrating for, every couple of weeks, to find out about a new meeting. I’m sure they met with a lot of people during the campaign. I’m sure the Clinton campaign met with–”

    Clinton officials met with russian, chinese, and ukranian officials over dirt in trump.

  1205. lisab says:

    even zack ford the lgbtq editor at think progress was feeling sorry for sexton

    when thinkprogress thinks you got nothing, it is time to reevaluate

  1206. Tina says:

    Nah, no illegal wiretapping going on out there.

  1207. Tina says:

    Hmm. June meeting.

    Comedy starts illegal wiretapps and never notifies congress.

  1208. lisab says:

    they don’t even have the russian government collusion anymore

    they have trump almost got opposition research from a russian lady

    not the russian government

    a russian lady

    only she did not have any documents and talked about adoption

  1209. Trump says:

    Who needs oppo research on Clinton?

    Just open a newspaper any day of the week.

  1210. Tina says:

    Trump lawyers are on the drat, never trumpeters, jebots collusion

    Excerpt:
    The president’s legal team said Saturday they believe the entire meeting may have been part of a larger election-year opposition effort aimed at creating the appearance of improper connections between Trump family members and Russia that also included a now-discredited intelligence dossier produced by a former British intelligence agent named Christopher Steele who worked for a U.S.
    political firm known as Fusion GPS.

    “We have learned from both our own investigation and public reports that the participants in the meeting misrepresented who they were and who they worked for,” said Mark Corallo, a spokesman for President Trump’s legal team. “Specifically, we have learned that the person who sought the meeting is associated with Fusion GPS, a firm which according to public reports, was retained by Democratic operatives to develop opposition research on the President and which commissioned the phony Steele dossier.

  1211. Tina says:

    Creepy podesta should have hired better opposition researchers. I know her thigness had 40 people for her facebook response team.

    Priorities were just missing, like not campaigning in Wi, mi, or pa.

  1212. Mr.Vito says:

    Well if they are chas.ing a consp.iracy, I would find out if she had been meet.ing with Pre.et Bha.hara in more than just the conte.xt of the mo.ney-laun.dering case she was there for.

    Saw on TPM that she spent la.vishly a coup.le years ago and never took a depo.ition nor was present at her client’s depos.ition… then they sent the bill for something like 50000 dol.lars.

  1213. Mr.Vito says:

    HAL doesn’t like conspiracy theories.

  1214. Mr.Vito says:

    That twitter rant sort of underscores what journalism on the left has become… a bunch of bounty hunters looking for a paycheck from their masters.

  1215. Tina says:

    Jebots even lose their ally on this one

    CNN legal analyst: “Absurd” to say Trump Jr.’s Russian lawyer meeting could be treason http://hill.cm/QKO1Ird

  1216. Tina says:

    We’ve gone from “Russia hacked the election”.

    To ‘Don Jr met with a crackpot not connected to Russian govt’ who wasted his time’.

    Meh.

  1217. Cash Cow TM says:

    ARRRGGGGHHH!

    RUSSIA THIS…RUSSIA THAT….

    ARRRGGGGHHH!

    ___________
    NOBODY ON HERE SHOULD BOTHER ASKING ME FOR FREE MILK AND CREAM….

  1218. Cash Cow TM says:

    “If Heidi Heitkamp is at 60% we can forget about taking her seat.”

    Then maybe if we can’t grab her seat we can grab her….,

    no I am not going to say it…

  1219. messy says:

    1267. 53% of voters voted AGAINST Trump.

  1220. Mr.Vito says:

    Neat. He did 4 points better than Bill Clinton, then.

  1221. Trump says:

    Messy, why does it matter?

    Read the US constitution sometime.

  1222. Trump says:

    Maybe Hillary should find wi and mi on a map.

  1223. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1232. “I’d love to know who in the Trump/White House orbit is dropping this oppo on Don Jr. The NYT had the actual email.”

    For all we know, a guy on the beach in Chile could have retrieved the E-mail. For whatever reason, people cannot get it into their heads that when you send an E-mail it can easily be hacked by a tech savvy person. Yet we go from scandal to scandal when people suddenly find their E-mails made public.

  1224. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1267. 53% of voters voted AGAINST Trump.

    And 52% of voters voted AGAINST Clinton.

    Whats your point?

  1225. ?????????????? ???? says:

    ?????????.

  1226. Mr.Vito says:

    You can say that again.

  1227. lisab says:

    Hundreds of NYPD turn backs to de Blasio during funeral speech…

  1228. lisab says:

    With all this outrage towards Don Jr. you would think he sold 20% of the United States uranium to Russia or something

  1229. lisab says:

    Jared Yates Sexton??Verified account

    Like, so many people out there were trying to track this down. And it just…got delivered on a tweet. What the hell.

    @David_Dobbs · 27m27 minutes ago
    Jared, it’s 9 minutes till noon, and at least in olden days, you could start drinking at noon. I suggest a two-martini lunch. Cheers!

    Arthur Gies??Verified account
    Replying to @JYSexton
    Jared, if you have some kind of venmo thing I will send you drink money. I am not kidding.

    @Sarah_Boden · 31m31 minutes ago
    Yes. Let me venmo you some alcohol money.

  1230. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Comment recently saw on a blog.

    “And I am a Democrat for the love of God! the media is driving people to support Trump.”

    We were expecting reports of direct collusion between Trump and Putin. All we get is a murky meeting between Trump,Jr. and some unknown Russian lady. What in normal times would raise a lot of issues, has been so overdone by the crazies to make it an irrelevant side show.

  1231. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Trump is lucky he has two grown sons, I hope the other one has more common sense.

  1232. PresidentPaul! says:

    Schumer is demanding 30 hours of debate on every single nominee even non controversial ones.

    Trump has 400 nominees pending so that’s 12,000 hours needed to confirm them.

    Obama had 180 judicial nominees already confirmed.

    Anyone else think they need a rule change if they are going to do this level of obstruction?

    I guess they hope they win the midterms and then confirm no one.

    This is why the next GOP president needs to asset executive review against unconstitutional Supreme Court decisions so that decisions that are rogue can be ignored.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/07/11/comes-
    obstruction-chuck-schumer-playing-long-game

  1233. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Speaking of a president involved in collusion with the Russians. Imagine if Trump had done this instead of Obama?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsFR8DbSRQE

  1234. PresidentPaul! says:

    Ron Paul on Supreme Court – The Soft Tyranny Of Judicial Review

    Presidential/executive review can not be superceded by judicial review.

    http://www.ronpaul.com/2016-02-17/supreme-court-the-soft-tyranny-of-judicial-review

    Ron Paul: Right, it’s no compromise at all, and yet something of course has to be done, but overall I think the big problem in this country is that all branches of government are polluted and distorted and unconstitutional and they are out of control. But, let’s specifically talks about the Supreme Court. It’s interesting that the court has gained so much power. When you think about it, they want to be the superior branch and of course we were forwarned a long time ago and if anybody wants to study that, just go back and read Jefferson. Jefferson was really annoyed by this, so we really got off on the wrong foot at the beginning. Everything that he worried about, I think has come true.

    Ron Paul: And it’s a lot of not assuming responsibility. Your hands are clean and yes, we are going to do good things by passing educational laws or will say we are going to give the President authority to save the world by dropping bombs, but if he screws up, it’s all his fault and of course I think that the courts are obviously way out of control.
    But, the principle that I think has been violated from the very beginning was judicial review, Marbury v. Madison. It established the fact that ever since an ultimate judge and jury on whether or not a law can be passed, whether it’s constitutional or not, is always the Supreme Court. They can rule over all and that has been very, very misused over the many centuries.

  1235. Tina says:

    The Code of Federal Regulations makes the law immunizing Trump Jr.’s actions precisely clear: any foreign national individual may volunteer personal services to a federal candidate or federal political committee without making a contribution. The law provides this volunteer “exemption” as long as the individual performing the service is not compensated by anyone on the campaign. See 11 CFR 100.74. For example, as the Federal Election Commission advises all, “an individual can provide volunteer services to a candidate or party without considering the value of those service a contribution to the candidate or party.” Section 30121 of Title 52 does not apply to voluntary activity or services. The thing “of value” must be actual money, or its transferable equivalent, not a volunteer of services or information. Otherwise, if volunteering information in coordination with a campaign constituted donations, everyone from John Harwood to Chuck Todd (and maybe all of CNN) made millions in donations to the Hillary campaign, as WikiLeaks emails disclosed.

    http://lawnewz.com/opinion/why-donald-trump-jr-is-innocent-period/amp/

  1236. PresidentPaul! says:

    Much like CNN and Fox are fake news, these laws the Supreme Court have been passing are essentially fake legislation passed on the guise of judicial review.

  1237. PresidentPaul! says:

    has

  1238. PresidentPaul! says:

    Republicans finally pledged government shut down.

    But if they are using it as a tactic against fake news and the democrats rather than a policy goal then they will lose.

    http://hotair.com/archives/2017/07/11/border-wall-government-shutdown/

  1239. PresidentPaul! says:

    Communist pope seems pretty legit

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499806456160.png

  1240. Hugh says:

    I’m very tired of all these guys. I have plenty of money and am thinking of trading in Fox News for country music. I figure all Americans must be exhausted

  1241. PresidentPaul! says:

    McGregor and Floyd face off

    https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/884898804519936000/photo/1?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fbleacherreport.com%2Farticles%2F2721073-floyd-mayweather-conor-mcgregor-talk-trash-at-presser-notorious-predicts-ko

    McGregor also guaranteed he would knock Mayweather out within four rounds and seemingly poked fun at his opponent’s recent tax troubles.

    “He’s in a f–king track suit, he can’t even afford a suit anymore,” McGregor said.

  1242. PresidentPaul! says:

    Fox News is ##$% network

  1243. PresidentPaul! says:

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

    Specialty pin stripes on Conor suit

  1244. Robbie says:

    Trey Gowdy on FoxNews: the drip, drip, drip is killing the credibility of this administration.

    I guess he’s an easy mark who has bought into the talking points of the MSM?

  1245. Phil says:

    No he’s not.

    Trump jr is indeed a moron. Loaded the gun and handed it to the MSM who can’t wait to use it.

    The treason talk out of the MSM is crap so he’s at least got that going for him, but little else.

    Also, if you have lost Steve Hayes you know you have screwed up.

    So unnecessary.

  1246. Robbie says:

    If you take a look at the top of Drudge, the nine stories listed in the top right corner above the banner are hardly good news for Trump. Is Trump starting to lose Drudge?

  1247. Phil says:

    Yep.

  1248. Robbie says:

    Correction to 1296

    It’s the top left corner of Drudge, not the top right.

  1249. Phil says:

    Drunk “Undocumented immigrant” driver crashes van kills father of three. Had been deported SEVEN times.

    Act of love.

  1250. Diamond Jim says:

    MCCC

  1251. Trump says:

    All the never trumpers are not happy.

    Glorious.

  1252. Trump says:

    “British Spy Points At McCain in Trump-Russia Dossier Case”

    Look who colluded with Russia

  1253. Trump says:

    Meanwhile, the GOP congress is afraid to go home for recess.

    I wonder why.

  1254. Jonesy says:

    Robbie thy name is moron

  1255. Phil says:

    The GOP Congress ought to afraid to go home. They suck. And guess what? McConnell is allowing Democrats to totally obstruct confirmations of judges. Through various strategies and maneuvers, Schumer has brought judicial confirmations to a standstill….and they are doing it without the usual tool of the filibuster which they don’t have any longer. Seven months and nothing has happened. Pathetic. They are running out the clock. The Senate Democrats are playing hardball while the Republicans are playing golf. Typical.

    If you can’t get Trump’s judicial picks through then what good is he in the WH?

  1256. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Dan Jones poll for Utah Congressional seat Republican primary being held next month, from the Deseret News.
    _________

    “SALT LAKE CITY — A new poll of Republicans in the 3rd Congressional District shows Provo Mayor John Curtis leading former state lawmaker Chris Herrod and attorney Tanner Ainge in next month’s special primary election.

    But nearly half of those polled for UtahPolicy.com, 49 percent, said they were still undecided in the race to replace former Rep. Jason Chaffetz. The Utah Republican, first elected in 2008, resigned on June 30 to take a job as a Fox News contributor.

    Curtis was favored by 29 percent in the poll for the online political news source, followed by Herrod at 12 percent and Ainge at 10 percent. The GOP primary is closed to voters who aren’t Republicans, including those who are registered as unaffiliated.”

  1257. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    July 11, 2017 at 8:51 pm
    Robbie thy name is moron

    – You mad?

  1258. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1307. In the Utah Congressional race, can only say good things about John Curtis, he was re-elected mayor of Provo 86.49% of the vote in 2013. Amazingly effective mayor.

    The Republican convention endorsed Herrod, who is more extreme. But believe Curtis will win the primary; and will be elected to the congressional seat by a huge margin (likely over 70%).

  1259. Trump says:

    Shhh

    It will be a close race. Dems can flip this seat of they spend $50m or so.

  1260. Jonesy says:

    Reynolds wrap falls for another nothing burger.

    Robbie did you even attend college? Or are you a crop duster?

  1261. Trump says:

    Spread the word.

    Utahans are anti-trump. This seat is ripe for flipping.

  1262. Jonesy says:

    Robbie

    NYT

    Maggie H predicts Dems will win Utah Special election

  1263. Jonesy says:

    Lisa, what states did wobble predictTrump would lose again? Arkansas and Utah?

  1264. Tina says:

    Phill, Mcconnell is sheot. A weak link. Ryan is not a leaser. Ryan is a follower, so with a more conservative senate majoritynleader ryan can be dragged.

  1265. Trump says:

    And Indiana is not a gimme either….

    20 point margin….boy, that was close!

  1266. Trump says:

    It took the networks all day to call Indiana.

    We had to wait till 7 pm

  1267. Tina says:

    Why is Natalia pictured with our ambassador to russia, six days after meeti donny?

  1268. Tina says:

    Ms. Natalia Veselnikskaya is pictured seated in the front row directly behind former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Mr. Michael McFaul at the House Foreign Affairs Committee. This is June 14th, five days after the reported meeting with Donald Trump Jr.

    Whoops 5 days.

    No obama russian collusion going on there?

  1269. lisab says:

    Arkansas and Utah?
    ——————–

    don’t forget idaho and missouri

  1270. Wes says:

    SDC, how can Republicans restrict access to their primary only to registered Republicans when Utah has no party registration?

    Of course Il Mike is upset to know voters will actually be able to choose the nominee this time.

    How dare voters want a role in candidate selection? Such a demand is utterly unthinkable!

  1271. lisab says:

    Ms. Natalia Veselnikskaya is pictured seated in the front row …
    ————–

    it took only 10 hours for the story to fall apart

  1272. lisab says:

    i am beginning to think trump has to start going after hillary and her shady connections, comey, huma, etc.

    and just say if this is how the game is going to be played, we will go after you

  1273. lisab says:

    i am beginning to think trump has to start going after hillary and her shady connections, comey, huma, etc.

    and just say if this is how the game is going to be played, we will go after you

  1274. George says:

    Harper talking NFL with Buck live while playing outfield in the AllStar game says it all about which pro sport dominates.

  1275. Jonesy says:

    Tucker really took down Ralph peters tonight. A idiot ex colonel who endorsed Hillary.

    Said trump backers are Hitler apologists. Must be Robbie uncle

  1276. Jonesy says:

    Great point wes. Any thoughts on Colorado today?

  1277. Tina says:

    Notice how jebot is silent, lisa?

    Earlier he said it was criminal.

    He says that comedy committed no crime.

  1278. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1310. President Trump will not be a factor in the Utah special election. The Democrats know they cannot carry the district. In Utah County, where the major of voters in district reside, Clinton carried only 14% of the vote; McMullin got 30%.

    The district has the lowest medium age in the U.S.: 28.4 years. Large families and a lot of college kids. BYU is located there; polls showed McMullin won the student vote at that school(it is where he graduated). As trivia, the district has the highest percentage of persons with Danish ancestry (5.8 percent), and of persons with English ancestry (27.5 percent) in the nation.

    Speaking of McMullin, he still is after Trump. There where some urging him to run for the congressional seat.

    cahttp://www.deseretnews.com/article/865676629/Evan-McMullin-hints-he-knows-still-secret-details-about-Trumps-ties-to-Russia.html

    .

  1279. Tina says:

    Ralph Peters is a war monger. He is an interventionist in the middle east. A nut job.

  1280. Tina says:

    Mcmullin is a stooge. Unmarried and what almost 50? What is up with that!

  1281. Tina says:

    Omg, the russian lawyah hates trump.

    Ms. Natalia Veselnikskaya is pictured seated in the front row directly behind former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Mr. Michael McFaul at the House Foreign Affairs Committee. This is June 14th, five days after the reported meeting with Donald Trump Jr.

    This story is rapidky crumbling..

  1282. Jonesy says:

    Robbie thought mcmullin would win utah

  1283. Robbie says:

    I’m still waiting for Jonesy to tell us how Robert Bork was in line to become Chief Justice had he been confirmed in 1987.

  1284. Jonesy says:

    Yes tina, more Russia be. Wobble falls for every time

  1285. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    July 11, 2017 at 9:52 pm
    Robbie thought mcmullin would win utah

    – Poor Jonesy. Relegated to lying. And by the way, Ralph Peters destroyed that preppy contrarian Tucker.

  1286. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1321. “SDC, how can Republicans restrict access to their primary only to registered Republicans when Utah has no party registration?”

    Hi Wes: they have party registration in Utah. Have attached the latest off the Lt. Gov of Utah website. In California they now run candidates without listed their party.

    Active Inactive* Total
    Unaffiliated 497,635 103,996 601,631
    Republicans 645,435 70,132 715,567
    Democrats 154,802 20,596 175,398
    Independent American 22,699 1,734 24,433
    Libertarian 11,273 2,159 13,432
    Constitution 4,632 914 5,546
    Total 1,336,476 199,531 1,536,007
    Last updated 06.19.2017

  1287. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 11, 2017 at 9:51 pm
    Omg, the russian lawyah hates trump.

    Ms. Natalia Veselnikskaya is pictured seated in the front row directly behind former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Mr. Michael McFaul at the House Foreign Affairs Committee. This is June 14th, five days after the reported meeting with Donald Trump Jr.

    This story is rapidky crumbling..

    – How does this prove the story is crumbling.

  1288. Tina says:

    I cannot believe the obama clintune gang would not have covered their tracks better with Natalia,

    Pictured with the obama ambassador to russia.

    Natalie goes agter trump universiry.

    This does look like a set up.

  1289. Tina says:

    John Solomon from Circa News said that is highly unusual to go from being denied to being approved so he is investigating ALL of this!

    Yup, unheard of, unlesss somebody pulled some strings.

  1290. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1333. “Robbie thought mcmullin would win utah”

    For a time I felt the same, and wrote in McMullin on my California ballot.

  1291. Tina says:

    Connect the dots here.

    They took this meeting tomthe fisa court….

  1292. Robbie says:

    SanDiegoCitizen says:
    July 11, 2017 at 9:59 pm
    1333. “Robbie thought mcmullin would win utah”

    For a time I felt the same, and wrote in McMullin on my California ballot.

    – Just to be clear since Jonesy has a problem with the truth, I did NOT predict McMullin would win Utah. I predicted Trump would win and the 270towin.com chart I posted with my election day prediction on November 7 showed that.

  1293. Proud Obamacon says:

    Wow just wow

    MOST.CORRUPT.ADMINISTRATION.EVAHHHHHH

  1294. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    July 11, 2017 at 9:59 pm
    Connect the dots here.

    They took this meeting tomthe fisa court….

    – Oh, so you’re going with the 18D chess idea Trump Jr. was actually trying to snuff out Russian spies?

  1295. Jonesy says:

    There you go again Robbie. You predicted trump would lose Utah in summer 2016. Lisa will back that up

  1296. Jonesy says:

    Delusional Robbie now supports peters who endorsed Hillary.

    Tina is right, Robbie is a democrat

  1297. Proud Obamacon says:

    What a disgrace this administration is. Liars all around. 2020 can’t soon enough!

  1298. Tina says:

    a fisa request was made in 6/16.

  1299. Jonesy says:

    Made the mistake of thinking wobble was a ordinary never trumpet, but sadly he is a dem. Confirmed tonight. Worthless

  1300. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1321. “Mcmullin is a stooge. Unmarried and what almost 50? What is up with that!

    In Utah, that can be something people may hold against you, as the founder of where he went to college said:

    “Brigham Young is overwhelmingly credited with some version of the following statement: “Any unmarried man over the age of 27 is a menace to society.”

  1301. Wes says:

    Utah must have recently added party registration, SDC. Last I looked, it was one of the states with no party registration.

  1302. Tina says:

    $1.6 billion border wall included in house budget.

  1303. Tina says:

    Ryano allowed mcmullin to tape a house meeting.

  1304. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:06 pm
    There you go again Robbie. You predicted trump would lose Utah in summer 2016. Lisa will back that up

    – You can’t be this dumb. Have you ever heard of changing your mind as new facts become available? Wes thought Handel would lose and then changed his mind with a week to go. When it was time to make a call, he went with Handel. Is he a fraud in your book? I thought Trump might get blown out, then Comey reopened the email case and it was clear the race would be closer than I thought.

    Take your dunce cap off.

  1305. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:08 pm
    Delusional Robbie now supports peters who endorsed Hillary.

    Tina is right, Robbie is a democrat

    – Someone’s up past his bedtime and is a bit fussy.

  1306. Trump says:

    Retard Robbie has always been a worthless piece of sh*t.

    Moron

  1307. Tina says:

    Ralph Peters and the never trumpers me policy is wromg. It is mot reaganesque in any manner.

  1308. Robbie says:

    Glad to see Tina and Jonesy are on the side of Putin.

  1309. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:20 pm
    Retard Robbie has always been a worthless piece of sh*t.

    – Hey, he used alliteration.

  1310. Tina says:

    Peters is a c fr stooge, like miika joe scarfarce.

  1311. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1348. “What a disgrace this administration is. Liars all around. 2020 can’t soon enough!”

    You have about 1200 more days until the 2020 election. Maintaining your anger and sense of outrage for that long may have adverse health effects. Drink wine more and whine less.

  1312. Tina says:

    I am on pooty poots side? Your bff, gwb was in his arse

  1313. Wes says:

    To be fair, Robbie, the US already tried interventionism in the Middle East. It blew up in our faces.

  1314. Trump says:

    PO, keep dreaming. Your pu$$y hurting? Go read more fake news, no one cares!

    Cruising to re-election

  1315. Tina says:

    I just want to know why Natalia is photographed with our ambasador to russia. You know, it seems like a legit question.

    Why did she say in a gubment document that she apoke no english, when she did?

    How did ahe get a quick visa?

    You know all elgit questions that you have no answers for.

  1316. Proud Obamacon says:

    “Cruising to re-election”

    Wow so delusional LOL. Bannon throwing Junior under the bus..

    Pass the focking popcorn!

  1317. Tina says:

    Reagan got us out of beirut. The policy if blowing upmthe me is not good.

    Goober is starting to realize this. Mcamnesty, would too.

  1318. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1352. “Utah must have recently added party registration, SDC. Last I looked, it was one of the states with no party registration.”

    Maybe so at one time. But for the many years I lived in Utah I registered, and re-registered when moving into the state again, as a member of a political party.

  1319. Tina says:

    Omg, emin is sitting with natalia,

  1320. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:23 pm
    To be fair, Robbie, the US already tried interventionism in the Middle East. It blew up in our faces.

    – You won’t see me advocating for another foray in the Middle East. But let’s not act like Tucker Carlson isn’t a douche and let’s not pretend that Putin has redeeming qualities. I watched the Tucker/Peters interview. Tucker did make the case that we shouldn’t care about Putin since Putin hasn’t done anything to us.

  1321. Tina says:

    And another fake news story about pence, actually a few today.

    Larry Schweikart @LarrySchweikart
    ·
    3h

    Yeah, sure seems like Pence is trying to stab Pres. Trump in the back.

    (Do these people even read their own stories?)
    Vice President Pence @VP
    Embedded
    Was @ Capitol today to advance @POTUS’ agenda, working w/ @SenateMajLdr to #RepealAndReplace Obamacare. In KY tomorrow to discuss healthcare

  1322. Tina says:

    Putin has not done anything tomus, or the neber trump, drat, commiemside has not detailed adequately what he did,

  1323. Tina says:

    Hmm, 32 mikes of new wall done as well as repiars.

    Lets increase deportations. Each deportee must wave goodbye to flub.

  1324. Jonesy says:

    Robbie continues to go down the Russia rabbit hole. So sad

  1325. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1365. “To be fair, Robbie, the US already tried interventionism in the Middle East. It blew up in our faces.”

    Partially agree, but do have to say the last intervention, in which we provided support to Iraqi and Kurdish forces, has been successful. It utilized Iraqi troops, who were initially laughed at, but learned to fight and retook the major cities in Iraq. Same with the Kurds in Syria.

    Am no fan of Obama, but this was one of his better decisions. Help our allies to learn to fight, and not send in U.S. ground troops. Bush was a disaster in Iraq.

  1326. Tina says:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=WtpaGJYQxJY

    Video of matalia with our ambassador.

  1327. Tina says:

    Btw, operation scorch earth will start. Bannin is heading this up. Trump goes postal if you phuq with his family. It will not be pretty.

    Sjws find your safe space.

  1328. Tina says:

    I linked to the cfr on this already, but a quick summmary.

    Foreign Nationals are allowed to volunteer for US Campaigns and the value of such services are not considered donations. That is the law.

  1329. lisab says:

    yes Jonesy …

    robbie (D) changed his mind on nov. 7th after predicting trump would lose utah and maybe even idaho last may to nov 6th

    just like ppp (D)

  1330. Proud Obamacon says:

    Bannon throwing Junior under the bus. Drumpf family out of control. Is this a bad reality show? Sadly, no

    WORST.PRESIDENT.EVAHH

  1331. Tina says:

    Doubtful that sp will even waste his time looking into this.

    If comgress is concerned, then they need to change law.

  1332. lisab says:

    it is almost as if everything robbie posts is recorded and a person could look it up!!!

  1333. lisab says:

    actually that is why he is mildly amusing …

  1334. Tina says:

    Tuckerr got loon peters to admit that iraq was a bad thing, shoukd have kept saddam. Somethi bush would not say until he was given five chances to say it.

  1335. Tina says:

    Etuckwr shoukd have thrown the loon off his show. I know he would have angered faux news management, but who cares?

  1336. Trump says:

    I know imitation is the greatest form of flattery,

    However, some of the posts in this thread under my handle are not from me. There is a fake fake Trump here.

  1337. lisab says:

    iraq was a bad thing,
    ———————–
    it was bad exactly why i said it would be bad … wars never go as planned and they had no plan for the aftermath

    after ww2 the usa and russia had a plan for germany.

    the usa sent in people all over germany to confiscate weapons and install order — and the russians just shot anyone who looked uppity

    bush had no plan for after the iraq invasion

  1338. lisab says:

    Republican Senator Chuck Grassley, chairman of the US Senate Judiciary Committee, asked the US administration on Tuesday how the Russian lawyer who met President Donald Trump’s son in New York in June 2016 was allowed to enter the United States.

    Grassley, in a letter to Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, said US permission for the lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, to travel to the United States had been set to expire on Jan. 7, 2016, and her request for an extension had been denied, Grassley’s office said in a statement.

  1339. Wes says:

    I completely agree, SDC. It’s ironic Obama handled Iraq far better than GWB.

    Although I am not and never will be a fan of Obama, I have to give him credit for getting us out of Iraq and helping the Iraqis fight ISIS on their own.

    GWB’s whack-a-mole strategy was never untenable, and the surge did little or nothing to end American agitation at our presence there as evidenced by the 2008 presidential election, which Obama won decisively in part on his promise to get us out of Iraq while McCain promised to continue Bush’s policies in the area.

  1340. Tina says:

    http://www.breitbart.com/radio/2017/07/11/robert-barnes-bob-mueller-assembling-team-ambitious-democratic-hit-men-trump/amp/

    Pretty giod analysis of where we are at.

    Nomevidence of russian interference in our election.

    Watch out for Mueller, who should recuse himself.

  1341. Tina says:

    Natalias fb shows that she is anti trumo and anti putin.

    She posted a picture from inside Mcamnestys office in 12/15.

    Pretty evident that she was a plant, put up by fusion.

    And a reason for the illegal wiretapping with fisa in june 16.

  1342. MichiganGuy says:

    * Breaking News *

    Joe Scarborough announces he is leaving the Republican Party

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/joe-scarborough-announces-he-is-leaving-republican-party/article/2628354

    Let’s hope Ana Navarro is next! 🙂

  1343. Tina says:

    Did Mika leave too?

  1344. Tina says:

    Bill Mitchell @mitchellvii
    ·
    4m

    Yesterday the media creamed “Treason!,” today they scream, “Not illegal, but damning!”.

    No media, you don’t get to write the laws!!!

    It was sheot yeaterday, and sheot today. Jebots suckered in and hit with a counterpunch

  1345. Tina says:

    John Cardillo @johncardillo
    ·
    24s

    The running joke in FL politics is that ‘GOP Strategist’ @ananavarro & ‘GOP Media Guy’ @TheRickWilson don’t work for any GOP candidates.

    They are jokes period.

  1346. Tina says:

    What was Natalia doing in Mccains office?

  1347. Barrett says:

    Sad that a former Republican congressmen, Joe Scarborough, is leaving the Republican Party. The party will continue to have woes like this until Trumps term as president ends.

    And then there’s that whole situation with his son colluding with Russians. As DW would say, chapter 1187 of “What a great candidate”

    Don’t get me wrong, I stand for a lot of things that Republicans promote. And I know a lot of congressional Republicans are left scratching their heads at an unknown quantity like Trump.

  1348. JC says:

    * Breaking News *

    Joe Scarborough announces he is leaving the Republican Party
    —————

    But then Joe can no longer be the network’s resident Republican that only criticizes Republicans.

  1349. Barrett says:

    At the very least, people involved in this Russian collusion should lose their security clearances

  1350. JC says:

    @Barret

    Your concern trolling is noted.

    How are the democrats electorally BTW? Aren’t they at their lowest levels of government control since the Reconstruction era?

    Weird, how the party that controls ALL THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT has so many ‘woes’.

    Your side is losing. The dem party is collapsing (I think it won’t exist in 10 years). And all of the fake media narratives won’t change that.

  1351. Jonesy says:

    1399. Tina add Nicole Wallace and luntz to that list

  1352. Bitterlaw says:

    Damn. After Author, MD, and jason left, Joe figured it was the cool thing to do.

  1353. Jonesy says:

    GOPe strategists all have the same problem as Robbie. No cred after 2016

  1354. Bitterlaw says:

    Remember on election night in 2004 when some at HHR said the Democrats were finished as a national party? They were not.

    The a Dems will be around in 10 years.

  1355. JC says:

    At the very least, people involved in this Russian collusion should lose their security clearances
    ————————-

    ‘Collusion’. That word does not mean what you wish it to mean.

    Believe it or not, in a country with freedom of thought and expression, it is not illegal to do opposition research on your campaign opponent. And it doesn’t matter where that info comes from.

    By your wishful logic, the media reporting on the hacked/leaked CIA documents from wikileaks is illegal/treasonous. By your logic, any news organization reporting on stolen emails released to the public is a jail-worthy crime.

    Sorry guy, but your wishful thinking is clouding your judgement. Do you really think Don Jr., with the advise of his lawyers, would release emails on twitter if they weren’t 100% certain that this whole story is a laughable nothingburger?

    Your side is losing. Badly. One day you’ll have to accept this.

  1356. JC says:

    Remember on election night in 2004 when some at HHR said the Democrats were finished as a national party? They were not.

    The a Dems will be around in 10 years.
    ———————–

    Perhaps, but not in the same fashion they are now. I think it’s far more likely that the old moderates will split off and form their own party.

  1357. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #1405
    Add to List:
    Stuart Stevens, Steve Schmidt,Egg McMuffin,Colin Powell, Michael Hayden,Susan Eisenhower, Christy Whitman and every CSPAN caller on the Republican line who says “that until recently, I was a Republican”.

    Please add to the List!

  1358. Jonesy says:

    Dems still had moderates and rural votes after 2004. Now mostly urban marxists

  1359. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #1411
    Add to List:
    David Brooks, Jennifer Rubin and Bret Stephens

  1360. Jonesy says:

    That moron Ralph Peters too, sheeple

  1361. Jonesy says:

    RRH has to be the biggest doomer site ever. They all predicted Handel to lose. Good fit for robbie

  1362. JC says:

    ALAN DERSHOWITZ: “Obviously if anyone conspired in advance with another to commit a crime – such as hacking the DNC – that would be criminal. But merely seeking to obtain the work product of a prior hack would be no more criminal than a newspaper publishing the work product of thefts such as the Pentagon Papers and the material stolen by Snowden and Manning.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/07/11/dershowitz-did-donald-trump-jr-commit-crime-or-merely-political-sin-it-depends.html

    The deep state is losing its grip on power, which is why they jumped the shark with this russian nonsense. I predict that this last ditched effort to preserve their power will backfire spectacularly.

  1363. JC says:

    Jonesy says:
    July 12, 2017 at 8:58 am

    Dems still had moderates and rural votes after 2004. Now mostly urban marxists
    ——————

    This. The marxists used to be the fringe. Now they are the base.

    The dems aren’t going to win back the house. They’d have to win over the blue dog, southern conservative democrats to gain a majority, and they aren’t going to do that by screaming Russia and spending four years trying to remove a democratically elected president from office.

    This country is approximately 20-25% liberal, yet the entire media apparatus is wholeheartedly leftist to the attune of +90%. The ‘mainstream’ news, hollywood, pop culture – all of it skews unanimously in one direction. This isolation of opinion – only exposing themselves to thoughts that they agree with – has lead them to become extremely ignorant and out of touch with reality.

    In their minds, they speak for the country. In their minds, Trump is a walking disaster, even as the economy grows, ISIS gets demolished, and regulations get slashed. In their minds, everyone in the country hates Trump’s guts. In their minds, their opinions are popular with everyone in America. In their minds, the whole country hates Republicans.

    They believe all this with absolute certainty because that’s the only version of truth that they expose themselves to. A group like this, who has fallen into the trap of believing their own propaganda, no longer has the ability to self-reflect and self-analyze to start winning elections again.

    Their best chance of winning the house is to win over the upper middle class, college educated soft Republicans that swung hard against Trump in the election. And even in an open seat to a district that Trump only won by 1%, and after dumping +$25 million, they still couldn’t do it.

  1364. Robbie says:

    lisab says:
    July 11, 2017 at 10:48 pm
    it is almost as if everything robbie posts is recorded and a person could look it up!!!

    – And it’s almost as if I have always said predictions are subject to change as new facts are learned, but you’re apparently too stupid to understand that. That seems to be a common thread among Trumpists.

  1365. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    July 12, 2017 at 8:46 am
    GOPe strategists all have the same problem as Robbie. No cred after 2016

    – And your credibility here is what? That you showed up a month ago to offer nonstop defenses of Trump?

  1366. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    July 12, 2017 at 9:03 am
    RRH has to be the biggest doomer site ever. They all predicted Handel to lose. Good fit for Robbie

    – I’m living rent free in your head. It’s a very tight fit though.

  1367. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #1413
    Add to List:
    Kathleen Parker, Pat Buchanon, ex-Utah Senator Robert Bennett and Arnold Schwarzenegar.

  1368. Robbie says:

    So I guess we’ve gone from “there’s no evidence of collusion” to “so what if there’s evidence of collusion, it’s not against the law”. Eric Bolling made that exact case last night on his FoxNews show.

  1369. Robbie says:

    This Trump tweet today reminds me of a comment from Baghdad Bob the day American soldiers and Marines entered Baghdad.

    “They’re not even [within] 100 miles [of Baghdad]. They are not in any place. They hold no place in Iraq. This is an illusion … they are trying to sell to the others an illusion.”

    Donald J. Trump?
    @realDonaldTrump

    The W.H. is functioning perfectly, focused on HealthCare, Tax Cuts/Reform & many other things. I have very little time for watching T.V.

  1370. Waingro says:

    “So I guess we’ve gone from “there’s no evidence of collusion” to “so what if there’s evidence of collusion, it’s not against the law”. Eric Bolling made that exact case last night on his FoxNews show.”

    Is there now evidence of actual collusion?

  1371. Cash Cow TM says:

    SHUCKS!
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  1372. Cash Cow TM says:

    ‘PLUCKED’ SHOULD BE IN THERE SOMEWHERE.

    I BLAME THE ROOSHIANS!

  1373. Robbie says:

    Waingro says:
    July 12, 2017 at 10:18 am
    “So I guess we’ve gone from “there’s no evidence of collusion” to “so what if there’s evidence of collusion, it’s not against the law”. Eric Bolling made that exact case last night on his FoxNews show.”
    Is there now evidence of actual collusion?

    – No, but the Trump-friendly FoxNews hosts were making that case on TV last night and this morning after saying for months there was no evidence of collusion so what’s the big deal.

  1374. MichiganGuy says:

    @ 1408 “. After Author, MD, and jason left… ”
    Jason left? Really? Now if, we could figure out how to get rid of Wes.

  1375. MichiganGuy says:

    Meant @1406

  1376. Bitterlaw says:

    They left the Republican party. Jason is still here and still an A-hole.

  1377. Mr.Vito says:

    Sorry guys… it’s over.

    There is now incontrovertible proof of Trump seeking help from a foreign power.

    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2017/07/12/09/423EEF8800000578-4688194-image-m-3_1499849119524.jpg

  1378. Waingro says:

    She might as well waive the white flag.

    Aaron Blake?Verified account @AaronBlake 7m7 minutes ago

    Christie’s LG trailing by 27 points in new Monmouth poll

    Phil Murphy (D) 53%
    Kim Guadagno (R) 26%

  1379. JC says:

    I think the only thing the media is succeeding at is turning soft Trump voters into hardened defenders.

  1380. Jonesy says:

    Monmouth worst pollster of 2016, but jersey has dark days ahead

  1381. Cash Cow TM says:

    “Bitterlaw says:
    July 12, 2017 at 11:26 am
    Walt – Start working on the Iceberg Emergency Plan.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4688662/Trillion-ton-iceberg-snapped-Antarctic-ice-shelf.html

    I lready saw that and am beginning to work on it.

    Harpers Ferry WV is 187 feet above sea level. I am sure that–when listening to the enviro-whackadoodles–that the icebergs breaking off and floating in the Antarctic Ocean will push the water level far beyond Harpers Ferry (and the stroy of the John Brown bell will become maritime legend like Davy Jones’s locker…so Walt’s property here will be…

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    ****************************
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  1382. Cash Cow TM says:

    If there were a math whiz on HHR (cough, cough– calling Mr. Vito the Sock) they could calculate exactly how many centimeters the ocean level will rise due to a big iceberg entering the sea.

    WHERE IS THE MATH SOCK!?

  1383. lisab says:

    JC,

    i think you are exactly right.

    i live in a rural area and people still have trump signs on their houses! ON their houses, not just in their yards.

    the gop establishment still somehow thinks that they can get rid of trump and not hurt the republican party. at least the democrats were smart enough to know that if bill clinton went down the entire party would collapse.

    if trump were somehow to get impeached or to resign the gop establishment would no longer exist. the party would lose across the board in federal, state and city elections.

    that is one of the problems the dems have right now. they have lost so many government positions that they do not have enough jobs for the up and coming dems. the older people, like pelosi, are not giving up their positions and the young staff members have no jobs.

    if trump goes down the dems will take back everything they have lost since 1976.

  1384. walt says:

    Hey…Who put a for sale sign on my front lawn?
    **************************

    Mrs. Walt hosted another soiree at the house for some of her gal pals. (which of course meant cleaning the house yest again from top to bottom yesterday).

    I was designated to be groundskeeper, corn shucker and griller of the corn and shrimp.

    Now that the guests have departed i can eat whatever is still remaining.

    Aftr I grab a bite to eat, she is letting me go to the store to pick up a few groceries.

    This retired life is sweet!
    *********************************
    Oh, and the repairs I made to stop the leak in the rain barrel plastic liner apparently were successful. That the Lord for duct tape.

  1385. walt says:

    BREAKING…

    IT IS BEING REPORTED THAT AN WARD WINNING MD POLITICAL BLOG WEBSITE HAS BEEN ABANDONED BY ITS CREATOR AND HAS BEEN DECLARED AN FREE RANGE ORPHAN.

    THE OWNER HAS NOT POSTED ANY NEW THREADS FOR CLOSE TO 10 DAYS…

    THE LAST THREAD PUT UP ON JULY 4 IS GOING TO THE RUSSIANS….

  1386. lisab says:

    JC,

    however, i also think the current gop establishment would be more comfortable with the dems in charge.

    they like the personal power they have. they like the the high taxes. they like the big government.

    they like being the aristocracy of the usa. if they can get their iPhone $10 cheaper they don’t care at all if american workers lose their jobs.

  1387. Robbie says:

    walt says:
    July 12, 2017 at 2:29 pm
    BREAKING…
    IT IS BEING REPORTED THAT AN WARD WINNING MD POLITICAL BLOG WEBSITE HAS BEEN ABANDONED BY ITS CREATOR AND HAS BEEN DECLARED AN FREE RANGE ORPHAN.
    THE OWNER HAS NOT POSTED ANY NEW THREADS FOR CLOSE TO 10 DAYS…
    THE LAST THREAD PUT UP ON JULY 4 IS GOING TO THE RUSSIANS….

    – Who will be able to claim squatter’s rights?

  1388. biomom says:

    1427:

    Only a few Fox News commenters are pro Trump. Most are Dems or hated that Trump got the nomination. Steve Hayes is one good example. Also Jonah Goldberg and Krauthammer.

  1389. Jonesy says:

    GOPe does not want to govern. All live in gated communities

  1390. PresidentPaul! says:

    Almost all commentators on Fox are neoconservatives though.

    They strongly pushed the Iraq war and Bush, and most of them wanted another Bush family member or a Bush clone like Rubio to be the nominee.

  1391. lisab says:

    GOPe does not want to govern.
    —————————–

    i think they do want to govern,

    it’s just they want to be american nobility, as opposed to statesmen.

    they get a lot of perks and money from special interest groups. many of the government leaders are millionaires but have only held government office. their salaries are not big enough to make them millionaires … yet they are.

  1392. lisab says:

    for example, i live in a tiny town in new york. 100 years ago it was a manufacturing town. there are still huge homes in the center of town where the owners of those factories lived. but today what is left of the manufacturing and businesses are owned by people who live in nycity or overseas.

    they certainly don’t live in rural ny. their children do not go to school here. they do not care if half the town gets laid off. they never have to face their neighbors here because they have zero attachment to this town.

    if they could bring illegals in to run the businesses here they would if it saved them 10 cents an hour.

    the gope is the same. they live in gated communities and their children will go to ivy league schools. what do they care if usa companies send all the work overseas?

  1393. lisab says:

    According to the new Delphi Analytica poll that surveyed 333 Democrat voters in the Midwest region, a list that included 6 potential democratic nominees – most of the existing potential candidates barely seem to inspire any confidence among Democrats and Independents in their bid to take back the White House in 2020.

    joe biden 21%
    elizabeth warren 14%
    cory booker 6%
    mark zuckerberg 5%
    hillary clinton 4%

  1394. JC says:

    @1442 lisab

    Unfortunately, everything you said is spot on.

    Our country is in a situation that our founders feared most – the concentrated power of the ruling class, an ‘American aristocracy’. The last 5 president were Bush, Clinton, Bush, attempted Clinton, attempted Bush/Clinton. The ruling elite tried to foist three decades of two families onto us.

    Worse, the so called ‘fourth estate’, the media, which is supposed to be a watchdog, is complicit and integrated in this aristocracy.

    And that’s what we are seeing right now; an attempt by the American Aristocracy to engineer a way to remove a democratically elected president from office. This effort is in total compliance with unelected activist bureaucrats and the establishment media.

    There’s good news, however. The deep state wouldn’t go all out like this unless their power was severely threatened by Donald Trump. They’ve used every instrument in their arsenal to destroy him, deploying tried and true tactics that have sunk countless players who dared stand against them. They have all failed on Trump.

  1395. PresidentPaul! says:

    Mattress girl seen here with kirsten gillibrand now doing bondage films

    http://i.4cdn.org/pol/1499886946511.jpg

    “Begun in September 2014, the piece involved her carrying a 50-pound (23 kg) mattress, of the kind that Columbia uses in its dorms, wherever she went on campus. She said the piece would end when a student she alleges raped her in her dorm room in 2012 was expelled from or otherwise left the university.[2] Sulkowicz carried the mattress until the end of the Spring semester as well as to her graduating ceremony in May 2015.[3]
    The student Sulkowicz accused was found not responsible in 2013 by a university inquiry into the allegations. He called Sulkowicz’s accusation “untrue and unfounded” and Mattress Performance an act of bullying”

  1396. PresidentPaul! says:

    DNC Colluded With Russia To Set Up Trump?

    “Natalia Veselnitskaya is linked to Fusion GPS, the group that is responsible the infamous and discredited “Trump dossier” funded by the DNC.

    Natalia was hired by the DNC to set up Trump to make the appearance of Russian collusion. She lured him in by promising to deliver damaging info on Clinton, but instead discussed overturning the Magnitsky Act, giving birth to the “Russian Connection” narrative.

    Don Jr. spotted the bait and switch and walked away without allowing Natalia Veselnitskaya to place him into a substantially compromising situation.”

  1397. PresidentPaul! says:

    Crime footage can only be released if perpetrator looks like a white guy

    http://all-that-is-interesting.com/san-francisco-racial-stereotyping

  1398. Cash Cow TM says:

    WALT HAS CANCELLED HIS DEAL TO BRING IN OFF SHORE LABOR TO HARVEST HIS RED RASPBERRY CROP.

    PRODUCTION OF THE PLANTS IS FAR LESS THAN ANTICIPATED.

  1399. lisab says:

    JC,

    we have always had an american aristocracy … whether it was the virginal planters, the oil barons, the steel barons, the rail barons, etc.

    the difference now is that the business leaders no longer have a strong allegiance to other american citizens.

    my hubby is a computer expert in cisco and oracle. his main competition is from china and india.

  1400. lisab says:

    Natalia Veselnitskaya posted a pic from inside McCain’s office in Dec 2015 of mccain with Mark Feygin a Soros funded anti-Putin lawyer.
    ——————————–

    which begs the question, why was she with mccain?

  1401. PresidentPaul! says:

    Kek supporters infiltrate Amazon prime for commercial as
    shadilay the Kekistan national anthem plays towards end!

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

  1402. lisab says:

    PORTLAND, Maine — State Rep. Scott Hamann, D-South Portland, has said he regrets a Facebook rant in which he seemed to imply he would harm President Donald Trump if given the chance.
    “Trump is a half term president, at most, especially if I ever get within 10 feet of that p—-y,” Hamann wrote in a lengthy Facebook post.

  1403. Wes says:

    Thanks fkr letting me know you think of me so much, Michigan Guy.

    For that reasonm I won’t even consider leaving HHR to suffer under your vapid posts.

  1404. Wes says:

    I don’t really care, but does anyone know what the hell Bunu means by “Kekistan”?

    If not, it’s cool. I’m probably better off not knowing.

  1405. Wes says:

    https://www.monmouth.edu/polling-institute/reports/MonmouthPoll_NJ_071217/

    Why Bitterlaw ever thought Chris Christie was the best choice for President last year, I have no clue.

  1406. lisab says:

    wes,

    kekistan refers to a group of outsiders who used to always lament about how the system was against them.

    recently, they have joined the hackers and 4chan people to support trump, who they view as someone who was also a political outsider.

    some of them, particularly the hackers, are making life very uncomfortable for the dems. for example, when kirstin powers said no one should be anonymous after the cnn wrestling meme

    the kekistanis threatened to post her address. as far as i know they did not, but it scared her.

  1407. Wes says:

    Guadagno is down 26-53. Christie is at 15% approval.

    I guess vacationing on a beach closed to the public didn’t do the Governor any favors.

  1408. lisab says:

    they also are the ones who found the pictures of this russian lawyer in mccain’s office and with obama’s ambassador to russia.

    basically they are a sub-group of outsiders who are tearing social media apart. reddit and twitter are their favorite targets.

  1409. Wes says:

    Thanks, Lisa. Basically it’s a bunch of loons like Bunu.

  1410. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1437. Walt – Start working on the Iceberg Emergency Plan.
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4688662/Trillion-ton-iceberg-snapped-Antarctic-ice-shelf.html”
    I already saw that and am beginning to work on it.

    False alarm. As the article sort of mentioned, ice already displaces the water in which it is located. If the ice melts, it takes up the same space.

    Picture it as like a giant ice cube tray in your refrigerator; the ice can melt and the tray does not overflow.

    This is a concept many climate change activists cannot seem to understand.

  1411. lisab says:

    Basically it’s a bunch of loons like Bunu.
    ——————————

    it includes a lot of very computer savvy millenials

    the computer part is important, because if you check out the social media sites, they have driven the dems out of formerly 100% hillary areas.

  1412. lisab says:

    this was a paraphrased conversation on twitter a week agao

    kirstin powers: if it was me i would have posted the cnn wrestling meme creator’s name, address and picture

    kekistanis: how would you like your address posted

    kirstin powers: oh … um … i have to go prepare a show now.

  1413. Cash Cow TM says:

    BREAKING..

    ANNONYMOUS SOURCES have told CNN that Donald Trump
    had sex with a monkey…but not just any monkey. It was
    a Russian monkey who offered to swap sex for info about
    Hrclinton.

    Reports say that money may have also changed hands…which would qualify this as
    ….monkey business.

  1414. lisab says:

    /pol/ finds out that Russian Lawyer that met with Trump Jr. attended a protest against Trump on January 22nd

  1415. lisab says:

    WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange tweeted he advised Donald Trump Jr to release the email chain related to his meeting with a Russian lawyer before the story hit the media.

  1416. I love Donald Trump says:

    Please explain what’s going on with the repeal of Obamacare.

  1417. Robbie says:

    This is why Eric Bolling is the best. For six months, he said there was no collusion. Then on a dime, he pivoted to collusion ain’t no crime.

    Oliver Darcy?
    @oliverdarcy

    Fox News host @ericbolling talking “media’s mass hysteria” on Russia: “Collusion isn’t illegal at all”

  1418. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1474. How do you determine that a short conversation with a Russian is collusion? The Russian was also seen in McCain’s office, was he guilty of collusion?

    Then there is the famed open mic incident where Obama talked to the Russian leader, and wanted him to reassure Putin that he had to lay low because of his election, but things would be peachy afterwards. Presumably Putin would change his conduct in response for the period of the election — isn’t that collusion?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XsFR8DbSRQE

  1419. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1474. Robbie, read the quote below. Dershowitz has the qualifications to provide the definition of collusion.

    ALAN DERSHOWITZ: “Obviously if anyone conspired in advance with another to commit a crime – such as hacking the DNC – that would be criminal. But merely seeking to obtain the work product of a prior hack would be no more criminal than a newspaper publishing the work product of thefts such as the Pentagon Papers and the material stolen by Snowden and Manning.”

    http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/07/11/dershowitz-did-donald-trump-jr-commit-crime-or-merely-political-sin-it-depends.html

  1420. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    If there was a crime the Trump campaign was guilty of, it would be they were felony stupid. As Napoleon said: “It is worse than a defeat, it is a blunder.”

  1421. Robbie says:

    SanDiegoCitizen

    – I don’t think there’s collusion, but I just marvel at the shameless ability of Bolling and others to go from “there’s nothing” to “so what if there was, it’s no crime”.

  1422. Wes says:

    Personally regardless of the legality of what may or may not have happened between Trump and Russia, I very much think the Administration difn’t need this headache right now.

  1423. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1479. Agree with you Wes. Worse it appears they have a chronic migraine problem.

  1424. Tina says:

    Rowan scarborough indicates that the drats paid for the pepe dossier, and it was sourced by russians,

    Breaking.

  1425. Tina says:

    Did they ever expalin why natalia was seated behind the russian ambassador and in mcamnestys office?

    It would not be due to the dossier, apparently paid for by the drats, turned over to the fbi, and co edy wanted to pay more.

    The dossier from russians

  1426. Tina says:

    Seems like mcamnesty needs to testify.

  1427. Tina says:

    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    10h

    Replying to @realDonaldTrump
    .@WashTimes states “Democrats have willfully used Moscow disinformation to influence the presidential election against Donald Trump.”

    Boom.

  1428. Tina says:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/885240550626131968/video/1

    Cou o saysnits ok to collude with any other country, but not the russians.

  1429. Tina says:

    Ukrauin is not russia.

    Cumo

  1430. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    @ComfortablySmug

    I’ll tell you what, journos sure liked it more when Republicans would sit quietly and let the media kill our candidates like they did Mitt.

  1431. Tina says:

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/immigration-deportations-soar-ice-ordered-101002201.html

    This is an act of love, and thankfully jeb is not president.

  1432. Trump says:

    There was no need to hack John “is it a tax?” Roberts.

    He was threatened with prosecution for illegal adoptions of his children, and he rolled over.

  1433. lisab says:

    obama-officials-may-hacked-supreme-court-justice-john-roberts/

    that would be very bad

  1434. messy says:

    Fifteen HUNDRED!!!! (approximately)

  1435. Tina says:

    Sec kelly womt defend daca in court.

    Daca is illegal

  1436. Tina says:

    Grasley comfirms me,os shared by comedy were classified.

  1437. Cash Cow TM says: