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VA: Northam Leads Gillespie By 7% in VA

Roanoke College has released a new poll in the gubernatorial race in Virginia and it has Democrat Ralph Northam with a 75 lead over Republican Ed Gillespie.

GOVERNOR – VIRGINIA (Roanoke)
Ralph Northam (D) 43%
Ed Gillespie (R) 36%
Cliff Hyra (L) 4%

This poll was done August 12-19 among likely voters.

Posted by Dave at 7:10 pm
Filed under: General | Comments (124)

124 Responses to “VA: Northam Leads Gillespie By 7% in VA”

  1. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1st

  2. Tina says:

    No, gillepsie is not doing well.

  3. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Here is Breitbart’s response in The Hill to the CNN report about Ivanka & Jared:

    “Marlow defended Breitbart to CNN, saying, “The obsession with Breitbart News is simply a result of our effectiveness. This time, an imposter deceitfully obtained and shared with CNN tongue-in-cheek emails that revealed that we feel Globalists present an existential threat to the agenda that got President Trump elected.”
    “If people want to know our thinking, they don’t need to judge us on illicitly obtained comments that were intended to be private, they can simply read our front page,” he added.”

    http://thehill.com/homenews/media/347547-breitbart-editor-in-chief-says-jared-kushner-and-ivanka-trump-will-be-out-by

    Saying nothing would have been a better strategy.

  4. Tina says:

    Gillepsi keeps falling. He needs to win.

  5. JC says:

    That’s an awful lot of undecideds.

  6. Jonesy says:

    When are Va polls ever right? Awful in 2014 and 2016

  7. lisab says:

    Trump-backers far outnumber protesters in Phoenix as Trump swings through illegal immigration hotbed and supporters brave 107-degree heat for hours in line

  8. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    8, Hi Lisab, totally agree. The protest is pretty lame, the only news outlet covering them is CNN — it is the vast majority of their twitter content now. Their reporter is in with the demonstrators.

    Looks like a big crowd is going into the Trump rally; going to be a big one. They say Trump is best when under attack, and he seems to have proved that over the last several days.

  9. lisab says:

    my post was from daily mail

    but yes, the dems don’t seem tohave overplayed their hand

    they have “energized” only the snowflakes, antifa and the blm crowd … none of whom have much money and certainly would not donate it

    dems with actual jobs and money they have pretty much offended.

    i cannot imagine being a middle class dem, especially a white middle class dem. they openly want to take your money and spend it on other people because for some reason you do not deserve it.

    this is not bill clinton’s party any more

  10. Cash Cow TM says:

    Honk.

    Boat cruise of Lake Powell this afternoon.
    The Navajo nation coal fire power pla t there is state of the art. They not too long ago spent north of $200M to upgrade scrubbers.produces more electric power than Hoover Dam plus one other big dam.

    But the power plant will soonbe shut down. And also the Navajo nation coal mine. Cannot meet current EPA standards. .despite being one of cleanest coal fired plants in nation…

    Bryce Canyon tomorrow.

  11. Bitterlaw says:

    Bill Clinton’s party was pretty wild.

    roman orgy

  12. Bitterlaw says:

    Well. The link didn’t copy.

  13. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow – You lie. Donald Trump’s EPA oilfield never have regulations that a coal power plant can’t meet.

  14. Waingro says:

    This Trump rally speech is bonkers. Wow.

  15. Bitterlaw says:

    I’m not watching. Is he trying to undo the sober, rational speech from last night? Is he at war with the GOP or Pakistan?

  16. Phil says:

    Trump trolling big time. LOL

  17. Phil says:

    Trump trolling big time. LOL

  18. NYCmike says:

    Wain, Phil,

    Any details? Or do I need to find out from MD’s Twitter page?

  19. Phil says:

    Just watching.

  20. Waingro says:

    #20, he’s spent pretty much the entire time bashing the media.

  21. NYCmike says:

    They deserve it…..Robbie to disagree in 3….2….1…..

  22. NYCmike says:

    Mitch, 18% approval in Kentucky, get back to legislating instead of giving stories to the NY Times.

  23. McCain says:

    Trump’s greatest hits tonight. Lock up Hillary. Release Arpaio.

  24. Phil says:

    Elites and media heads exploding.

    Great entertainment.

  25. McCain says:

    Franklin Graham prayed that God would seal shut the mouths of those who say bad things about Trump. Bitterlaw is on notice 🙂

  26. Bitterlaw says:

    Glad to see that NYC still supports the Buddy thieves stealing from the taxpayers.

  27. Bitterlaw says:

    Franklin Graham can suck it. I have an understanding with. God. I don’t pray for anything and he does it do anything for me.

  28. Bitterlaw says:

    Bundy thieves. Damn autocorrect.

  29. Cash Cow TM says:

    Watched a little of DJT speech.

    Disjointed.
    Trump is a goose.

  30. Cash Cow TM says:

    Watched a little of DJT speech.

    Disjointed.
    Trump is a goose.

  31. Cash Cow TM says:

    Watched a little of DJT speech.

    Disjointed.
    Trump is a goose.

  32. Tina says:

    Trump threatens to teeminate nafta.

    Do it.

  33. Phil says:

    ESPN pulls Asian announcer off of the Univerity of Virginia football opener because his name happens to be Robert Lee.

    True. Not making this up.

    ESPN can take their leftist agenda and stick it. What the hell is wrong with these people.

  34. Bitterlaw says:

    Is Trump reading his 2016 campaign speeches or trying out his 2020 speeches?

  35. Phil says:

    Now I’m really determined to push for getting rid of the USC racist horse.

  36. Phil says:

    Just trolling his enemies until their heads explode, Bitter. Hell, he doesn’t care. He isn’t running again.

  37. Bitterlaw says:

    It might be a bad time to be an athlete if your last name is Washington, Jefferson, Davis, Lee or Jackson. On the other hand, if your last name is Soros or Antifa, you are starting at QB on Saturday.

  38. Bitterlaw says:

    I never realized how many Confederates moved to Korea after the Civil War. There are a lot of Lees there.

  39. Phil says:

    Bitter,

    LOL Thing is, you might be right. This is nuts.

  40. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    11. “The Navajo nation coal fire power pla t there is state of the art. They not too long ago spent north of $200M to upgrade scrubbers.produces more electric power than Hoover Dam plus one other big dam. But the power plant will soonbe shut down. And also the Navajo nation coal mine. Cannot meet current EPA standards. .despite being one of cleanest coal fired plants in nation…”

    Hi Cow, a lot of people are surprised to learn that the four coal plants in the Four Corner region provided much of Southern California’s electricity, particularly at night. A lot of the Teslas driven by liberals in L.A. are in effect coal mobiles.

    Saying that, coal use is rapidly declining, and will mostly end in the near future. One reason is, despite what your were told, coal is having an effect on the air quality in the national parks and West. Also the coal plants are old and expensive to maintain.

    However, BY FAR, the major reason the coal plants are closing is growth of fracking and natural gas use — it provides a lot cheaper energy.

    The big Intermountain coal plant in Utah was just converted to natural gas, another big one is about to as well. Navajo is closing because the utilities it serves can get a lot cheaper energy from natural gas.

    The benefits the West has gained from fracking and natural gas production far exceed the economic loss caused by losing the coal industry. Its still sad for those losing their jobs, which is why there was an attempt to convert the existing power plants to natural gas.

  41. Tgca says:

    #39 Bitter

    Assuming the info is accurate, according to data collected from the 2000 Census, the names below rank as follows for African American last names out of 2000 names.

    Are you saying it’s a bad time to be an AA? Hmm…put your white privilege in check please.

    Washington (18th)
    Jefferson. (106th)
    Davis. (7th)
    Lee. (29th)
    Jackson. (6th)

  42. Bitterlaw says:

    The problem is that I hate Trump but I also hate the media that hates Trump. The media is over he top in its attacks but he is such a loathsome person that it is hard to feel sorry for him.

    I’ll be ok. I can hate many people at the same time.

  43. Bitterlaw says:

    Tgca – Many blacks have those names because that was name of the family that owned their ancestors. Not your best argument.

    Maybe you should discussABORTION!

  44. Tgca says:

    Duh Bitter! None of us would have ever figured that out. Thanks for the history lesson. You missed the sarcasm.

    As for ABORTION, yes, it’s the only topic worthy of discussion. Let’s start an ABORTION thread!!!

    Who’s with me?

  45. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Watched Trump’s speech. Am not a great fan of his speaking style. It was aimed at firing up his base, which it did. He needed to do that. Low turn out by demonstrators.

  46. Phil says:

    An Asian Robert Lee ESPN football announcer and his racist USC horse named Traveler.

    What a racist country we live in. LOL

    Could someone post a picture of the dead civil war general side by side with a picture of the football announcer so the liberal idiots out there can see they are actually two different people. Let’s not offend the morons. Way to go ESPN.

  47. Tina says:

    They need to take down the disney and mickey mouse statue. Walt was racist and the mouse too.

  48. Bitterlaw says:

    Tina is pushing Fake News. Mickey was a good mouse. He had friends who were ducks, mice, and dogs.

  49. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    28. “Glad to see that NYC still supports the Buddy thieves stealing from the taxpayers.”

    Actually Bitter I think that’s an unfair statement. Grazing rights in the West have a long and complex history. The only person that I might refer to as “stealing from the taxpayers” were certain people involved who had a close connection to Harry Reid.

  50. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    28. When referring to Harry Reid’s associates, the term “Buddy thieves” might have been the correct verbage.

  51. lisab says:

    SanDiegoCitizen,

    you are actually way off on coal. it is the cheapest major source of energy although natural gas is also good. hydro and hydrothermal are hands down the best when you consider total costs to society which include pollution, but most of the available sites have been developed.

    however, regarding coal … you dig up a black rock, send it usually by rail to a convenient location and burn it … and unfortunately you need to scrub the smoke particles and worry about the pollution from the mines, but that is it.

    fracking is very good on pollution when you burn it, but has really large potential problems with pollution when extracting it. it is also 1000 times more difficult to handle. a coal pile can catch on fire, and coal dust can explode, but not under normal circustances.

    natural gas, because it is a gas, requires much more equipment to handle safely and can explode.

    i am not saying natural gas is bad per se, but coal is 1000 year old technology. you can still see the coal chutes on many houses on the east coast where deliveries use to be made 100 years ago.

    natural gas requires major infrastructure to handle safely.

    i always laugh when i hear the dems say that green energy employs 3 million people and just surpassed the coal industry in energy produced, while the coal industry only employs 70,000 people (i cannot vouch for the numbers it is just what they say on npr).

    my reaction is always, “duh … 70,000 coal miners produce almost as much energy as 3 million green energy workers”

    coal is a fantstic source of energy, just dirty

  52. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Lisab, with all due respect, I work in the energy field, and a lot of what you have said is false.

    First, natural gas has a very low flammability limit (LEL), its between 5-15% of a 100% range. Because it is lighter than air, a natural gas leak usually goes into the air and dissipates. The reason people can have gas ovens with open flames is because of the low range of flammability of natural gas. You have what in effect is a controlled fire. Try using gasoline in an oven –it will explode.

    When natural gas is condensed, such as a fuel tank in a truck or automobile, if you threw a lighted match into it, it would not explode, same for most pipelines. It is condensed to a level beyond its ability to be flammable.

    The equipment involved is considerably less than that required for coal. When you say major infrastructure, most natural gas wells consist of a pump jack and pipeline connection, plus minor equipment. You can have wells on your land, and still grow crops and graze cattle. It is common, including in California, to recycle and clean fracking water and use it in agriculture.

    Gas is delivered to probably well over 100 million residences and other buildings through pipelines, which very rarely explodes. Bet you have a natural gas pipeline inside where you live. Your not going to do that with gasoline.
    Perhaps a bigger risk is asphyxiation, when natural gas replaces oxygen — that is why it is required that an odor be placed in natural gas.

    If coal was cheaper, they would not be closing down the coal plants that were mentioned above. Because the price of natural gas has recently risen, in part due to exports, coal is becoming competitive again in many places in the East. It is not in the West. There was a lot of effort to keep Navajo open, and the Trump administration appeared supportive, but it could not be made to pencil out. I would have preferred it stay, your losing about 750 Navajo jobs, but they gave it only a couple of more years.

  53. lisab says:

    First, natural gas has a very low flammability limit (LEL), its between 5-15% of a 100% range. Because it is lighter than air, a natural gas leak usually goes into the air and dissipates.
    —————–

    uh huh … usually … great …

    an apartment building exploded just recently about 20 miles from me

    it was not a coal explosion

  54. lisab says:

    You can have wells on your land, and still grow crops and graze cattle. It is common, including in California, to recycle and clean fracking water and use it in agriculture.
    —————————

    all true, but you don’t need to condense coal, and lng ships and trucks, while well understood, are by any measure more complex than a coal barge or a dump druck.

  55. lisab says:

    If coal was cheaper, they would not be closing down the coal plants that were mentioned above.
    ————————–

    it is the regs that close down coal plants, not the actual expense of producing energy.

    natural gas pollutes less when burned. anything but the best coal stinks to high heaven. coal fires are very warm, i mean in a home now, and they don’t stink because they use the best coal, but when you burn tons of coal a day in a plant, the pollution is substantial. just look at beijing today or pittsburgh in the 1940’s.

    the smog from coal is prohibative without scrubbing tech.

  56. lisab says:

    natural gas pollutes less when burned.
    ————-

    much less.

  57. lisab says:

    boston tried to ban lng ships from its harbor because even a small terrorist event, with a 10% leak from a lng ship, was considered a 9/11 type casualty event, i.e. 3000+ casualties

    if the terrorist dump 10% of a coal barge into boston harbor

    it would just be annoying not dangerous.

  58. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    56. Most natural gas is sent by pipeline. There is opposition to pipelines in places like New England, which I can understand. But once they are built and buried, they are hidden from view.

    By contrast wind turbines sort of stick out; can see why people in Vermont are unhappy. However, wind turbines have their place, particularly in the Midwest. For that matter, so does coal. There is research now going on in gasification of coal in the ground, so that it comes out in effect like natural gas. In the long run, I think that is where coal is going.

    Then there is bio methane, which Cow knows all about and produces. There is a lot great new technology out there, and a nice thing about Trump is he is supportive of the U.S. becoming the world’s largest energy producer.

  59. lisab says:

    in short, the btus coal produces is the cheapest major energy source we have, other than hydro or hdrothermal.

    it just polluting.

    gas is next

    then oil

    then two or three times more expensive than coal is nuclear

    wind, solar etc. just cannot compete

  60. lisab says:

    There is research now going on in gasification of coal in the ground, so that it comes out in effect like natural gas. In the long run, I think that is where coal is going.
    ————————-

    actually coal can also be turned into oil. south africa has done it for years.

  61. lisab says:

    don’t get me wrong, i am not saying natural gas is bad by any means.

    fracking has issues, but once you have the ng you have a clean energy source.

    but the fact remains, if i convert my house to coal it takes 1 hour. i already have a wood stove, i would just need to install a coal stove.

    to install gas, i would first have to lose my senses and allow a very dangerous, explosive and flammable chemical into my house, then install thousands of dollars of piping and rip through the walls of my house.

    not going to happen

  62. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    59. Natural gas on LNG ships is kept at -206 F., so pretty cold. That doesn’t mean there is not a risk if certain circumstance arise. Its best to build LNG terminals away from urban areas, which might be a problem in New England.

  63. lisab says:

    although natural gas “usually” doesn’t explode …

    https://www.google.com/search?q=natural+gas+explosion&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj5y5PQ1OzVAhUBdiYKHQv1AO4Q_AUIDCgD&biw=911&bih=429

    i think pretty much everyone has seen on the news that it actually does explode somewhat regularly.

  64. lisab says:

    That doesn’t mean there is not a risk if certain circumstance arise.
    ——————————-

    absolutely … a lng ship is a prime terrorist target

    and pretty much undefendable against terrorists with money

  65. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    65. Here is a quote from The Atlantic on the risk:

    “On average, the United States loses 17 people a year to leaks and explosions involving natural-gas pipelines. Statistically speaking, you are more likely to die from autoerotic asphyxiation (which causes around 600 deaths each year) or falling out of bed (around 450 people) than gas explosions. Even deaths by lightning strike are more common, with 26 fatalities in 2014.”

  66. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Here is the link to an article from a couple of months ago about the closure of the Navajo coal plant. Its going to be awful an awful impact on the Navajo reservation.

    https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-06-28/navajo-power-plant-likely-close-despite-trumps-promises-save-coal

    ““There’s cheaper energy options out there,” said Paul Ostapuk, a manager at the Navajo Generating Station.
    The recent fracking boom has pushed prices of natural gas so low, coal is no longer competitive in some markets.
    “The primary driver [of the plant’s closure] is just the low cost of natural gas right now,” Ostapuk said. “It’s making operation of this plant uneconomical.”

  67. JC says:

    Antifa thug gets shot in the nuts by police: https://twitter.com/Timcast/status/900214469699227648

  68. Bitterlaw says:

    Lisab finally found an expert she can’t defeat with google

  69. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – The long and complex history of grazing rights is very simple now. The Bundys do not own the land where their cattle graze. They won’t pay the grazing fees to the Federal government. They are thieves.

  70. JC says:

    Trump threatened to terminate NAFTA at last night’s rally.

    I fully expect that the trade agreement will either be eliminated all together (Trump has long favored bi-lateral trade agreements) or re-negotiated so radically (in our favor) that it will be unrecognizable.

    If so, I fully expect Canada and Mexico to capitulate to every single one of Trump’s demands. After all, what are they going to do? Refuse and watch their economies tank? These two countries have very little economic leverage over us (as compared to how much leverage we have on them). If the US stands it’s ground and demands a new deal, Canada and Mexico have no choice but to accept it. It’s not like they have any alternative. After all, these three nations are not equal associates.

    Just a reminder of the scale of our economies;
    US GDP: 18.04 trillion
    CA GDP: 1.55 trillion
    MX GDP: 1.14 trillion

    Even with Canada and Mexico combined we still outmatch them nearly 7 times over. It’s nice to see the US start acting like the super power it is for a change.

  71. JC says:

    With Trump stating that his preferred option is to walk away completely – the worst outcome for Mexico and Canada – they will do everything they can to keep the agreement intact.

    Which means accepting all of Trump’s terms. They have absolutely no leverage over him. None.

  72. lisab says:

    Here is a quote from The Atlantic on the risk:

    “On average, the United States loses 17 people a year to leaks and explosions involving natural-gas pipelines.
    ————————————

    ok, that’s from pipelines … when there is no large earthquakes

    that does not include homes catching on fire and burning people to death
    ————————————————-

    In 2007-2011, U.S. municipal fire departments responded to an estimated average of 51,600 fires per year starting with ignition of a flammable gas and another 160,910 fires per year starting with ignition of a flammable or combustible liquid. The flammable gas fires resulted in an estimated 168 civilian deaths, 1,029 civilian injuries, and $644 million in direct property damage per year. The flammable or combustible liquid fires resulted in an estimated 454 civilian deaths, 3,910 civilian injuries, and $1.5 billion in direct property damage per year.

    http://www.nfpa.org/~/media/files/news-and-research/fire-statistics/major-causes/osfiresstartinggas.pdf?la=en

  73. lisab says:

    ““There’s cheaper energy options out there,”
    ——————————————–

    again it is cheaper only because of the regs we put on coal

    all you need to heat with coal is a lighter and a bucket of coal

  74. lisab says:

    as probably the only person here, except for maybe walt, who has used a coal stove

    i can tell you it gives abundant heat, much more than wood, although wood is my favorite fuel source because it smells nice

  75. lisab says:

    and there is pretty much no danger of a terrorist group blowing up a coal barge in boston harbor

    blowing up a lng tanker? that is a definite risk.

  76. Phil says:

    Ok folks. It’s now official. We have moved on to the next MSM story cycle on Trump…….yep – it was the Russian Trump connection – then the Trump racism connection and next?

    Drum roll please. The MSM ‘s new Theme?

    Trump is insane. Yep, it’s official. Trump is crazy. CNN started it last night.

    Robbie should be here soon to kick it off.

  77. lisab says:

    well he did look at the eclipse without protective glasses

  78. NYCmike says:

    NOT GUILTY

    – Wes, or “Trump”,

    Please explain to bitterlaw what these words mean.

    Thanks,
    A non-lawyer, self-employed citizen

  79. NYCmike says:

    Bitterlaw will, once again, ignore all information that contradicts what he thinks.

  80. Tgca says:

    #76
    Bull Dinky LisaB!!’

    More than you know have used coal stoves. STOP with your white privilege please.

    Now who wants to start off the day with some ABORTION talk?

  81. NYCmike says:

    http://ijr.com/the-declaration/2017/08/954471-mattis-just-took-unannounced-trip-isiss-doorstep-personally-tell-theyre-die/

    -Bitterlaw to tell us how a “liberal Democrat” would have also picked Mattis to be Secretary of Defense in 3…..2…..1…..

  82. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – Did you even read the article? They were found not guilty of assault, threatening Federal officers, and conspiracy. The trial did not deal with the issue of them stealing from taxpayers by grazing their cattle illegally.

    In NYC’s world, “Not Guilty” means that you have done nothing wrong on any issue even if that issue was not addressed in the trial.

  83. Bitterlaw says:

    TGCA- ABORTION SUCKS BUT IT WILL ALWAYS BE LEGAL TO SOME DEGREE. THE ONLY ISSUES NOW ARE ABOUT PROCEDURES AND FUNDING.

  84. Bitterlaw says:

    If NYC was ever charged with murder, he would immediately demand to be released because he was found NOT GUILTY of speeding several years ago.

  85. NYCmike says:

    Also, about Trump, I don’t think he will go away quietly, like Phil thinks, in 2020.

    He is enjoying himself too much to do that, and he likes winning and getting things done.

  86. NYCmike says:

    Bitterlaw, WRONG again!

    I was found GUILTY of speeding several years ago.

    Just STOP, for your own sake.

  87. NYCmike says:

    Is “sake” spelled the same way as sake?

  88. NYCmike says:

    http://time.com/4521241/ghana-gandhi-statue-removing/

    -This is just too much……LOL, or should I cry instead?

  89. Bitterlaw says:

    NYC – The Bundys are thieves and you are a speeder. No wonder you like them so much.

  90. Bitterlaw says:

    Maybe there should be a museum of removed statues. It would be enormous and popular.

  91. Bitterlaw says:

    Guilty of speeding? You should have pleaded it down to something like “failure to obey traffic sign” or something like that. No points.

  92. NYCmike says:

    I also collect water in rain barrels and use it to water my lawn, to avoid the water meter charges in NYC!

    THERE, I SAID IT!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1P526n6wfP4

  93. NYCmike says:

    ” It would be enormous and popular.”

    -It would need more security than Hillary’s classified informatio……..nevermind that example.

  94. jason says:

    Is “sake” spelled the same way as sake?”

    Yes. Hot sake and cold sake.

  95. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason is our expert on the Bundy ranch.

  96. jason says:

    Hillary says she should have called Trump a creep.

    And she is married to Bill Clinton.

  97. NYCmike says:

    “Jason is our expert on the Bundy ranch.”

    -It takes an A-Hole to know an a-hole.?.?

  98. jason says:

    Jason is our expert on the Bundy ranch.”

    Who? Oh, NYC’s racist scumbag hero who felt entitled to use land that wasn’t his for free?

    The guy who wondered if the “negro” is not “better off as a slave picking cotton”?

    That guy?

  99. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason – Yeah. That guy.

  100. NYCmike says:

    If Bundy ever said something like that, this would be the first time I heard about it.

  101. jason says:

    Yeah NYC really picked a great representative of conservative values, a racist freeloader scumbag.

  102. jason says:

    If Bundy ever said something like that, this would be the first time I heard about it.”

    LOL

    http://www.businessinsider.com/cliven-bundy-racist-comments-slaves-ranch-2014-4

  103. jason says:

    Even Rand Paul “heard about it”. He got off the trainwreck. NYC waved goodbye from the train as it went off the cliff.

  104. jason says:

    If I put Cash Cow on some federal land can I call myself a “rancher”?

  105. jason says:

    I guess the new MSM meme is that anyone who is not a liberal is “crazy”?

  106. Phil says:

    Jason,

    You got it. Trump is crazy. Bush and Reagan were stupid. If only everyone could be a Democrat sane and brilliant.

  107. Cash Cow TM says:

    Why did Walt Disney never put pants on Donald Duck?
    Only a jacket. …no pants.
    ####################################
    Lisab, I have never had a coal burning stove.

  108. Cash Cow TM says:

    Jason,

    Walt says get your own darn cow.

  109. jason says:

    Walt says get your own darn cow.”

    He is an insensitive bastard. With free land all I needed was a free cow to realize my dream of becoming a rancher.

    I will ask Amos Stoltzfuss for one of his dairy cows. But I don’t think he believes in free anything.

  110. Cash Cow TM says:

    Utah.

    Founded by Brigham YOUNG.

    Young people are called “youths” sometimes called “Utes”.

    So that is how we got the name Utah.
    TAH DAH!

  111. jason says:

    Lisab, I have never had a coal burning stove”

    Walt doesn’t believe in these new fangled inventions.

    The hearth is good enough for heating and cooking.

  112. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason – Just take your llama to Federal land. “Llama rancher” is badass.

  113. Bitterlaw says:

    GFY, Jason. Walt was making fire millions of years ago.

  114. jason says:

    Donald has 3 nephews, but did anyone ever see his brother or sister?

  115. jason says:

    Jason – Just take your llama to Federal land.”

    Yah thinks?

    In Texas, llamas were not considered as prestigious as cattle, I never heard anyone say “that guy is all hat, no llama.”

    But maybe the concept is evolving….

  116. Bitterlaw says:

    Donald has 3 nephews, but did anyone ever see his brother or sister?

    Sadly, the died when they wandered over to the Warner Brothers lot during duck season. They believed a bunny who said it was rabbit season.

  117. Cash Cow TM says:

    Elmer Fudd shot Donald Duck’s other siblings.

  118. Cash Cow TM says:

    DRUDGE had article up about earth being warmer in middle ages.

    Walt said he could have told them that.

  119. Cash Cow TM says:

    Stun…nuts

  120. Waingro says:

    n/t