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Strange Surges To Within Single Digits in AL

Is Donald Trump’s full endorsement of Luther Strange helping him out against Roy Moore? JMC Analytics, which a month ago claim Roy Moore had a 19% lead, is now showing the race down to single digits.

US SENATE – ALABAMA – GOP PRIMARY RUNOFF (JMC)
Roy Moore 47%
Luther Strange (inc) 39%

This poll was done September 16-17 among 500 likely voters.

Posted by Dave at 11:29 am
Filed under: General | Comments (393)

393 Responses to “Strange Surges To Within Single Digits in AL”

  1. Bitterlaw says:

    First

  2. messy says:

    Almost first!!

  3. Tina says:

    Who did the triggered alyssa milano report trump to?

  4. Tina says:

    The friction escalated in recent days after Mr. Cobb was overheard by a reporter for The New York Times discussing the dispute during a lunchtime conversation at a popular Washington steakhouse. Mr. Cobb was heard talking about a White House lawyer he deemed “a McGahn spy” and saying Mr. McGahn had “a couple documents locked in a safe” that he seemed to suggest he wanted access to. He also mentioned a colleague whom he blamed for “some of these earlier leaks,” and who he said “tried to push Jared out,” meaning Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, who has been a previous source of dispute for the legal team.

    Lol, overhesrd discussion on muh russia

    Ny slimes, fake news.

  5. TrumpIsPeteWilson says:

    Trump can’t control the morons that voted for him. Moore will run away with it. Alabama has no shame unlike Missouri. They’ll elect a Todd Akin type.

    And Tina again with her stupidity. My god she belongs in an institution.

  6. jason says:

    Go big Luther.

  7. jason says:

    Trump can’t control the morons that voted for him.”

    LOL, coming from a brainwashed moron who repeats MSM talking points over and over and is always happy to have other think for him.

  8. jason says:

    I have a feeling Strange will pull it off in the end.

    And Pete Wilson will have to go back to collusion as main talking point.

  9. jason says:

    The NYT is now reporting overheard conversations in DC steakhouses to make their case?

    Wobbie will be so proud…

  10. jason says:

    I wonder if the Dems are secretly funding Moore?

    Is it a closed primary? If not Strange is screwed.

  11. Jonesy says:

    Mo Brooks endorsement really helped Moore, Jason.

    Shelby helps Strange.

  12. Bitterlaw says:

    Breaking News – Oliver Twist endorses a candidate. He declared, “Please, Sir. I want some Moore.”

  13. Tina says:

    Yup, jason. I think they join cmm reporting a bannon conversation in the oval office, while standing on the street.

  14. NYCmike says:

    I thought Mo Brooks declined to endorse Moore?

  15. jason says:

    Brooks is a deadender who endorsed a deadender.

  16. jason says:

    Trump going to AL should help Strange.

    It’s a gamble, because if Moore wins it will hurt Trump’s winning “aura”.

  17. NYCmike says:

    “Hillary transfers money to antifa”

    = “pragmatic compromiser”

    Isn’t that correct, “CG”?

  18. Tina says:

    I love hillary

    Clinton Groupie.

  19. Tina says:

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/09/bitter-hillary-wouldnt-rule-challenging-legitimacy-2016-election/

    Her thighness to challenge 2016 election if muh russian gets any deeper.

    Lol

  20. Tina says:

    ·
    59m
    #BREAKING: Arizona gov backs GOP ObamaCare repeal bill, opens door for McCain to support it (link: http://hill.cm/d4UThx6) hill.cm/d4UThx6
    Embedded

  21. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Here is another VA Poll by Suffolk Univ.about the Governor’s race. The PID is D+4 and the race is a dead heat.

    https://twitter.com/davidpaleologos/status/909809249345253376

  22. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Maybe Robbie and Cory can explain this. Since last November’s election, the GOP has gains in voter registration in Swing States other than Colorado where the Dems. have a net registration gain of 20 voters.
    In PA, the GOP has a net gain of over 100,000 voters.
    Some of the net gains are significant ie NH and NC.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/LarrySchweikart/status/909551357341851649

  23. jason says:

    “Man in Jason mask kills 1, wounds 2”

    People will stop at nothing to besmirch my character….

  24. jason says:

    Her thighness to challenge 2016 election if muh russian gets any deeper.”

    She also said she would “get to the bottom of Russian interference”

    No she didn’t promise to get to the bottom of the emails, pay for play at the Clinton foundation, Benghazi, etc.

  25. Tina says:

    Senator planned parenthood is still thinking about the new hc bill.

    They are either at 48/49 without her.

    Rand is still a no as is the mn chicklet.

  26. Tina says:

    Her thighness needs to end the book tour and free media press. She is embarassing herself and acting more and more like a loon.

    She needs to return to the woods.

  27. Phil says:

    Hillary is indeed embarrassing herself.

    Just stop, woman. You look like a fool.

  28. wvally says:

    Happy Birthday Walt!!!

    I hope you get a break from chores today and eat your favorite dinner.

    Xoxo

  29. wvally says:

    This campaign ad against Barbara Comstock… lol

    https://twitter.com/cahnemily/status/909833249832259584

  30. Tina says:

    Jennifer Jacobs @JenniferJJacobs
    NEW: Sources say Gary Cohn emphasized in private mtg that yes, US really is WITHDRAWING from Paris climate pact.

    It was also publicky stated

  31. CG says:

    Bossert literally spent eight years working for President George W. Bush.

  32. Tina says:

    He is not a michael brown, what time is it, where is my nordstrom suit? Guy. Incompetent.

  33. Tina says:

    Brownie had little to no disaster experience. Was a lawyah and a money bundler for his campaign

  34. Tina says:

    Poor general flynn, needs money now and has set up a legal defense fund.

    Simply for calling out the obumbler being incompetent.

    40 years of military service.

  35. Tina says:

    New York Daily News @NYDailyNews
    ·
    53m
    Hillary Clinton might challenge Trump’s win if more evidence emerges of Russian meddling (link: http://nydn.us/2jD3HPh) nydn.us/2jD3HPh
    Embedded

    She really belongs in prison.

  36. Tina says:

    WhT is the evidence of russian meddling?

    Define meddling and Give specifics..

  37. Walt says:

    wvally,

    thanks for the birthday wishes.

    Going to get crap cake dinner soon.
    __________________
    to all the res of you Get Off My Cake.

  38. NYCmike says:

    Happy Birthday Walt!

  39. NYCmike says:

    “Bossert literally spent eight years working for President George W. Bush.”

    -LOL!

    The funny thing is that I know damn well that Bush was treated unfairly by the media, yet “CG” here is the first one to defend the media when the person they are covering unfairly is PRESIDENT Trump.

  40. Tina says:

    Happy Birthday, Walt.

  41. CG says:

    When have I been the “first” to do that? Example?

    I don’t need the media to tell me that Trump sucks.

    Goodnight.

  42. NYCmike says:

    “This campaign ad against Barbara Comstock… lol”

    -Wvally,

    The fact that you ignore my comments***…..did you have to publicly shame me in this way?

    Don’t you care about my self-esteem?/

  43. NYCmike says:

    Trump makes a pick of a competent manager, never hear about it from “CG”.

    Someone points out that a Bush President did NOT make him a manager, “CG” arrives in record time to point out that he was one of the thousands who worked for Bush.

    Of course, that means “Trump sucks.”

  44. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    41. Hillary is totally bonkers. Below is a quote from the New York Daily News Article. Lets overrule the U.S. Constitution with a Kenyan Supreme Court ruling.

    “Clinton acknowledged that she doesn’t know of any established method for challenging Trump’s win — which would create an unprecedented situation of a defeated presidential candidate disputing an election long after it has been settled.
    But she suggested the overturn this month of Kenya’s presidential election might provide a path.
    “What happened in Kenya, which I’m only beginning to delve into, is that the Supreme Court there said there are so many really unanswered and problematic questions, we’re going to throw the election out and re-do it,” Clinton said.
    “We have no such provision in our country. And usually we don’t need it.””

  45. Bitterlaw says:

    Considering that Walt was born before calendars, how does he know his birth date? Carbon dating is not that precise.

    Happy birthday, Walt.

  46. Tina says:

    It was the obumbler transition team that nriefed on fema that deserves the credit.

    Jebot

  47. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    35. When Trump first said the U.S. was pulling out of the Paris Agreement, he also stated if it was renegotiated, we would stay in.

    The first issue that needs to be addressed is why China, the world’s biggest CO2 emitter, was exempted until 2030. That is like a life boat with a huge hole in its bottom. What is the point to even having the treaty?

  48. Wes says:

    Walt’s fondest birthday memory is when Sue the T-Rex graciously brought him fresh Styracosaur for dinner late in the Cretaceous.

  49. Wes says:

    Walt just counted the number of ELEs he’s survived, looked at the scientific estimates of the time between them, and added a million onto the oldest one to estimate his agr.

  50. lisab says:

    Illegal Aliens Crash Nancy Pelosi’s DACA Press Conference: ‘All of Us or None of Us!’ “Fight 4 All 11 Million,

  51. Bitterlaw says:

    Considering how long Walt has been breathing, at least 1% of all CO2 has to be from him.

  52. jason says:

    Walt’s favorite food is mammoth ribs but unfortunately they are no longer available.

  53. lisab says:

    On July 18, 2008, Nebraska became the last state to institute a “safe haven law,” decriminalizing the act of abandoning an infant at a state hospital. Only five lines long, the law had one glaring omission — the government never defined an age limit. Since July, 30 children, most of them teens or preteens, have been abandoned at Nebraska hospitals. Four children were even driven from other states and left by their parents. Oddly enough, the law has had no effect on those it attempted to protect: no infants have been abandoned yet.

  54. jason says:

    ‘All of Us or None of Us!’ “Fight 4 All 11 Million,”

    The Dems have their own “all or nothing” deadenders.

  55. jason says:

    I don’t need the media to tell me that Trump sucks.”

    Wow, Corey takes down Wobbie big time!

  56. lisab says:

    Minnesota prosecutors to consider charges in case of Australian woman killed by police officer

    number of riots to date: 0

  57. Robbie says:

    The New York Times reports Mueller has told Paul Manafort he intends to indict him.

    Strange because I was told the investigation was winding down.

  58. jason says:

    Going to get crap cake dinner soon.”

    Chores will be the least of Walt’s worries if Mrs. Walt reads that.

  59. NYCmike says:

    “Illegal Aliens Crash Nancy Pelosi’s DACA Press Conference: ‘All of Us or None of Us!’ “Fight 4 All 11 Million,”

    -One more reason why Cotton/Perdue should be pushed….there are definitely areas of that bill where compromise is possible, FROM A REPUBLICAN STANDPOINT (ie. number of LEGAL immigrants).

    From a Democratic point of view, they will either compromise, thereby ensuring ” their own “all or nothing” deadenders.” are pissed off, or they don’t, and they will be seen as the ideologues they are, especially with Trump using Twitter every day to ram home the point.

    And YES, if Cotton/Perdue stops chain immigration, “DACA kids” are more easily accepted by Republican voters.

  60. jason says:

    The New York Times reports Mueller has told Paul Manafort he intends to indict him.”

    Zzzzzzz…. Manafort’s investigation doesn’t seem to have anything to do with Trump or his campaign.

    But its enough to get Wobbie VERY excited.

  61. jason says:

    One more reason why Cotton/Perdue should be pushed”

    LOL

    Ok, push it off a cliff and let’s get down to a REAL negotiation.

  62. NYCmike says:

    And again, a “Republican” wants to agree to the Democratic status quo position BEFORE the negotiation even starts.

    Three cheers to learning NOTHING from the past!

  63. jason says:

    Minnesota prosecutors to consider charges in case of Australian woman killed by police officer”

    They are having a heck of a time with the narrative here.

    The victim is white. The cop is a Somali immigrant.

    It was supposed to be the other way around.

  64. jason says:

    wants to agree to the Democratic status quo”

    LOL, we are into the alternate universe now.

    You have been defending the status quo on immigration here for years. The Dems thank you, while you thought we were winning, they have gotten their way at every turn. Millions more have entered the country while you were busy attacking Rubio.

    Remember, WE ARE WINNING. Nobody has done more for hte status quo than idiots like you.

  65. jason says:

    Here is NYC “negotiating” at a car dealership.

    “How much is the car”?

    ” $50,000″

    “Ok, I will give you $5, but I am willing to compromise”.

    “SECURITY!”

  66. Tina says:

    Exactly sdc. Both mullah murkel and the french boy said it was not negotiable.

  67. jason says:

    I don’t even understand why NYC support Cotton/Perdue when we have been winning all these years by doing nothing.

    Why meddle with a winning strategy?

  68. Tina says:

    Yeah he has told him.

    Normally it is first done, and the. Reported.

  69. Tina says:

    Rumour is that mueller told an aide at carls jr.

  70. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    63. “The New York Times reports Mueller has told Paul Manafort he intends to indict him.
    Strange because I was told the investigation was winding down.”

    Here is a quote from the NYT article:

    “Mr. Manafort is under investigation for possible violations of tax laws, money-laundering prohibitions and requirements to disclose foreign lobbying.”

    No mention of the Trump campaign’s supposed collusion with the Russians. Also you are incorrect that Mueller told him that he was going to indict him; their was a claim that unnamed others told him that.

    Another interesting quote from the NYT article:

    “The longer Mr. Mueller’s investigation goes on, the more vulnerable he will be to allegations that he is on a fishing expedition, said Katy Harriger, a professor of politics at Wake Forest University and the author of a book on special prosecutors. Such accusations dogged the investigation of Kenneth W. Starr, the independent counsel whose investigation of Mr. Clinton stretched on for years.”

  71. Tina says:

    Lisab, that officers actioms looked suspiccious. I am pro leo as they come.

  72. Tina says:

    US investigators wiretapped former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort under secret court orders before and after the election, sources tell CNN, an extraordinary step involving a high-ranking campaign official now at the center of the Russia meddling probe.

    Wait, wait wait…

    I read here that nobody wiretapped any trump campaign official.
    So, manafort and flynn were not tapped.

  73. Tina says:

    A secret order authorized by the court that handles the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) began after Manafort became the subject of an FBI investigation that began in 2014. It centered on work done by a group of Washington consulting firms for Ukraine’s former ruling party, the sources told CNN.

    This has nothing to do with muh rusia and does not imoact trump, russian. Muh russian is a joke.

  74. Tina says:

    Perfect, dreamers force piglosi off stage.

    Wonderful optics, would have been even better if they had foreign flags.

  75. Tina says:

    The government snooping continued into early this year, including a period when Manafort was known to talk to President Donald Trump.

    Times admits to wiretapping, even with trump.

    Told yah.

  76. jason says:

    his has nothing to do with muh rusia and does not imoact trump, russian. Muh russian is a joke.”

    You are breaking Wobbie’s heart.

    He has bought some expensive drapes for Pence’s Oval Office.

  77. Tina says:

    Started in 2014, ended and then resumed when he is trumps campaign manager.

    This reals of political smear unheard of.

    Gestopo tactics by a corruot obumbler.

  78. Wobbles says:

    “Mr. Manafort is under investigation for possible violations of tax laws, money-laundering prohibitions and requirements to disclose foreign lobbying.”

    I told you Trump was guilty!

  79. Tina says:

    According to this report, (FISA) began after Manafort became the subject of an FBI investigation that began in 2014. It centered on work done by a group of Washington consulting firms for Ukraine’s former ruling party, the sources told CNN.

    Otice how fhe times omit the names of the other groups.

    You know creepy podesta.

  80. Walt says:

    “…crap cake dinner soon.”

    That was a typo.
    ________________________
    ‘crap’ was supposed to be crab.

    GFY.

  81. Wobbles says:

    But look, if all this doesn’t pan out, there is that tweet where he commented on Mika’s face.

    He can’t get away.

  82. Cash Cow TM says:

    Gonna give Walt a test soon.

    Now that he is older.
    to see if he is wiser.

  83. Tina says:

    I thouht you were having dinner with muh russians.

  84. Tina says:

    Article is a cut and paste of news already known.

  85. jason says:

    Dang, Walt, don’t shoot the messenger.

    I was just worried what would happen to you if your wife read that.

    It would be a shame for a man who has survived som many cataclysmic events over History to have what would look like a fatal accident with a skunk trap.

  86. jason says:

    Article is a cut and paste of news already known.”

    Wobbie’s specialty.

  87. Tina says:

    Oh and a little tidbit, guess who lived at trump tower while he was wiretapped?

    Manafort

  88. jason says:

    Mueller will probably feel pressured to indict somebody… .

    Manafort would be a good trophy. Maybe.

    Flynn might be a less attractive choice.

    I wish he would indict Susan Rice.

  89. Tina says:

    According to this report, (FISA) began after Manafort became the subject of an FBI investigation that began in 2014. It centered on work done by a group of Washington consulting firms for Ukraine’s former ruling party, the sources told CNN.

    Boom, cnn confirms the wiretapping of trump

  90. jason says:

    Lions and Giants?

    Really, ESPN?

  91. jason says:

    These are two of the very finest teams not going anywhere.

    – Jon Gruden

  92. Tina says:

    I have no problem with manafort for tax issues, however. Wasnt manafort audited?

    With that said, it still has nothing to do with trump ties.

  93. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “sources tell CNN”
    “Times admits to wiretapping, even with trump.”

    Tina, what is good for the goose is good for the gander. I don’t accept that NYT or CNN are reliable when they quote unnamed sources, even when they say something that I might agree with.

  94. Wes says:

    This is Mikey’s pick for Senate in Alabame, people:

    http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/351194-roy-moore-refers-to-red-and-yellow-americans-in-campaign-speech

    Roy Moore just won the much coveted endorsements of Todd Akin, Christine O’Donnell, and Dick the Misogynist Bastard Mourdock.

    If I were writing a book on how to actively throw away a guaranteed win, I would have five chapters in it:

    1) “Macaca”

    2) “I’m not a witch”

    3) Fake Rape

    4) “…that is something God intended to happen.”

    5) “Red and yellow Americans fighting…”

  95. jason says:

    The MSM (and Wobbie) would try to paint a Manafort indictment for stuff way before Trump even declared his candidacy as an indictment of Trump.

  96. jason says:

    He left out pink Americans….

  97. Tina says:

    Sdc, i have done some research on this and have some contacts…

    The second fisa request was okd based on the fake dossier.

  98. jason says:

    wes you left out Joe Miller who said East Germany was a successful model for countries controlling their borders.

    And Sharon Angle, who told Latino children “they looked more like Asians to her”

  99. jason says:

    This game is just one long series of bloopers…

  100. Bitterlaw says:

    Tina has contacts? I thought she wanted leakers arrested.

  101. NYCmike says:

    Just so Wes can get it right: he left out that little detail of I have no horse in that Senate race. I had preferred Mo Brooks in the original primary, but since he came in third, I’ll be fine with either Republican winning.

  102. wvally says:

    Meanwhile this is an actual that came up in my twitter feed:

    Meet the gringo who always delivers. Tom Cruise stars in #AmericanMade, in theaters September 29. Get tickets: unvrs.al/AMTix

  103. Tina says:

    Well bl, true, but you liked comedy.

  104. NYCmike says:

    “East Germany was a successful model for countries controlling their borders.”

    -Was he wrong?

    NOT the best for public relations……

  105. Bitterlaw says:

    Once Eli Manning commits to being sacked, he goes down as well as any quarterback in the National Football League.

    – Jon Gruden

  106. NYCmike says:

    “Meet the gringo who always delivers.”

    -It’s confirmed…..Tom Cruise does NOT work for the USPS.

  107. Bitterlaw says:

    I didn’t like Comey. I just knew that he was hated by the left and right so he must have done something right.

  108. Tina says:

    Oh and if the dissier was fake and fisa used it to re authorize wiretapping, then they used illegal evidence.

  109. Tina says:

    That is your story, and a flse one re comedy.

  110. Bitterlaw says:

    I thought you liked Comey when he reopened the Hillary case before the election.

  111. Bitterlaw says:

    I know Comey was more qualified to be AG than Tina. Now she’s hurt.

  112. Bitterlaw says:

    I meant FBI. Sorry.

  113. Tina says:

    Moped ,said t was sheot. Said he woukd fine nothing.

    Thanks to comedy, people hav high legal bills.

    You so not care, but thre is so e financiql suffering going on.

  114. Tina says:

    But stick to the everybody hated comedy, thus he is doing a good job line

  115. Bitterlaw says:

    I corrected the obvious mistake in less than one minute but will read about it for years.

  116. Bitterlaw says:

    Stick to stupid nicknames and typos, Tina. It is very constructive.

  117. Bitterlaw says:

    If the New York Giants do not score more points, they are going to lose this football game.

    -Jon Gruden

  118. Tina says:

    Piss off,

    I did not question your typos, just your stupid remark

  119. Tina says:

    Ayne read so e newspapers.

  120. Bitterlaw says:

    You read newspapers? I thought you just read Gateway Pundit. I have visited that site. I also don’t bother with RRH. I like the Daily Mail for American news.

  121. Bitterlaw says:

    I meant that I have never visited Gateway. I hate typing on a screen.

  122. Tina says:

    I do not follow rrrh, i presume it is a blog. I like the dm too, fwiw.

  123. Tina says:

    Jake Tapper @jaketapper
    White House sextuples down on false wiretap claims (link: http://cnn.it/2nXrTJs) cnn.it/2nXrTJs – @jeffzeleny reports #TheLead

    This did not age well.

  124. Bitterlaw says:

    Red Racing Horses.

  125. Tina says:

    Lepqge has contacted the maine chicklet.

    Contacts are made with the ak sea porker. Aka senator planned parenthood.

    Cassidy will meet apparently with rand.

    Looks like one of the three could peel away from being a no.

  126. Tina says:

    Ok, thanks, i never went there. I

  127. jason says:

    “East Germany was a successful model for countries controlling their borders.”

    -Was he wrong?”

    Yes, you idiot, he was wrong, they were not protecting THEIR borders, they were killing the people trying to cross into West Germany to escape communism.

    Wow, you really are an ignorant idiot.

    Did you know the Communists machine gunned people trying to cross into freedom?

  128. jason says:

    Lepqge has contacted the maine chicklet.”

    Has Rand Paul contacted LePage?

  129. jason says:

    I have no horse in that Senate race.”

    Translation: he supports the deadender Moore.

  130. Tina says:

    Google “CNN,175,Sue”
    Google “CNN,175,Sue” @NolteNC
    Now might be a good time for Rick “Gollum” Wilson to finally drop that last piece of TRUMP OPPO.
    5:43 PM · Sep 18, 2017 from North Carolina, USA

    Paging jebots for hillary…

  131. jason says:

    According to NYC, prisons have walls to keep people out.

  132. jason says:

    ” That was the most dramatic field goal I ever saw”

    – Jon Gruden

    Referring to a FG that gave the Lions a 10 point lead at the half of game in week 2.

  133. Tina says:

    Google “CNN,175,Sue” @NolteNC
    ·
    1h
    reminder that on the wiretap stuff, despite all evidence to contrary, #TrueCon #NeverTrump sided w/MSM cuz they are cowardly sheot.

  134. Bitterlaw says:

    It hit the crossbar twice and went in. It was cool.

  135. Trump says:

    Tina doesn’t understand that a FISA wiretap under an ongoing investigation is not a good thing for Trump or Manafort.

    It also doesn’t mean that the crap that Spicer and Trump were trying to spin were in anyway true. Obama did not have the Trump towers wiretapped.

    Unless you can see the difference… you are the biggest idiot ever, TINA.

  136. lisab says:

    sooooooooooo … a 45-55-ish chubby, scruffy bald man was just hitting on me … uhg! yeah that happened … 🙁

    i exercise 5+ times a week. actually i do yoga (and some tai chi) almost every day, and then also go to spin class after school. if you have ever been to spin class, it is sort of like a bunch of women in the tour de france … except competitive.

    anyway today i was busy so i could not go to spin class. i figured, i’ll just go at tonight and use the regular exercise bike. now my gym has 10 bikes all in a row facing tvs. when i go in there is one guy sitting on the end bike, so i sit 3 bikes down from him an start my program. i do the program that simulates going up and down hills like in spin.

    the guy leaves and i am the ONLY person in a row of 10 bikes. this bald, chubby, unshaven guy, i’d say 45-55 sits right next to me … as i’m racing my butt off up and down the pyrenees …

    and then … he starts talking to me. about the football game … or more specifically about players he has on his fantasy team!

    imagine the look on my face as i don’t like him sitting next to me when there are 7 other bikes he could have chosen that were not next to me … and starts talking to me about football. about some team that actually does not exist. and is losing!!!

    so of course i say nothing, and start climbing my next hill as fast as i can … which is at a high level on the bike because of spin class. he starts to exercise, on way too high a level because i guess he sees my program and tries to impress, and pretty soon is winded … and he smells of bad cologne to boot.

    and … he still keeps trying to talk to me as things happen in some weird football game that was on … i actually had to tell him at one point that i’m watching american ninjas — that is how clueless he was

    here is a hint. if a girl is completely ignoring you, stop talking to her.

    aaaaaarrrrrrrrrgggggg … totally ruined my work out half way through

  137. Trump says:

    Lisab,
    Some of us guys don’t ask, we just go for it and grab pussies.

  138. jason says:

    Breaking, 2 prisoners trying to escape prison shot and killed.

    Warden, NYC and Joe Miller issue joint statement saying prison successfully thwarted invasion.

  139. Bronxie says:

    The A-hole ignores the fact that the excellent border security of East Germany kept Mexicans from entering the country.

  140. Tina says:

    Yossi Gestetner @YossiGestetner
    ·
    2h
    What did Hill GOPers do when Trump said he was spied on/unmasked? Signed bipartisan letters within days that there is no proof; dumped Nunes

    Ryano

  141. jason says:

    God knows what will happen when lisab has a real problem in life.

  142. lisab says:

    that’s as real a problem as i need

  143. jason says:

    “The A-hole ignores the fact that the excellent border security of East Germany kept Mexicans from entering the country.”

    Not only Mexicans, but people from 258 other countries.

  144. Tina says:

    Tina doesn’t understand that a FISA wiretap under an ongoing investigation is not a good thing for Trump or Manafort.

    You said he was not wiretapped.

  145. Bitterlaw says:

    Lisab works out almost every day? She must be built like a pencil. A flexible smart ass pencil.

  146. lisab says:

    You said he was not wiretapped.
    ———————————–

    he was wiretapped … almost all electronic messages are. the only questions are, did the government actually look at his communications and were his communications encrypted?

    trump tower is only a couple of miles at most from one of the biggest internet connections in the country. every communication out of nyc is probably monitored by serveral different countries, especially our own.

  147. Paul says:

    It is obvious that President Obama wiretapped illegally.

    I a, disappointed.

  148. lisab says:

    She must be built like a pencil.
    ———————–

    thanks bitterlaw … for building up my self-esteem …

  149. jason says:

    Cuba has also been very successful keeping illegals out.

    North Korea.

    Just trying to give Joe Miller and NYC a few more examples of great border security.

  150. lisab says:

    It is obvious that President Obama wiretapped illegally.
    ——————————–

    not obvious to me …

    if manafort was talking to foreign nationals, they had some reason to look at the communications

    also …

    it seems pretty clear to me that obama did almost nothing to help hillary. he was almost invisible during the campaign, and i think he figured she would easily beat trump.

  151. Trump says:

    Tina is dopey.

  152. lisab says:

    Cuba has also been very successful keeping illegals out.
    ——————-

    actually they famously sent a crapload of their criminals to the usa

  153. jason says:

    Wow, I could run through the Giant’s defense.

  154. lisab says:

    russia and china have great border security.

    i was trying to fly OUT of moscow and ha to go through 5 separate passport and/or bag checks. they don’t fool around.

    and china pulled me off of the orient express in the middle of the night … because … reasons …

  155. jason says:

    actually they famously sent a crapload of their criminals to the usa”

    They are all successful business people now.

  156. Paul says:

    Well, just my 2 cents poster Lisab. I say it as an Obama/Hillary supporter. I originally thought there was Russian meddling.

  157. Bitterlaw says:

    That was the best example of bad tackling on a punt return that you will ever see in the National Football League.

    -Jon Gruden

  158. lisab says:

    the trans-siberian is really cool btw … when you get to the chinese border they actually pick the train cars up with a crane and put them on other wheels because the chinese and russians use different gauges

    or at least they did. i don’t know what they do now.

  159. lisab says:

    I say it as an Obama/Hillary supporter. I originally thought there was Russian meddling.
    —————————

    just fyi, almost all your communications by cell phone and on the internet are monitored.

    the only question is does a government employee actually read and or listen to the communication.

    there is a case where some guy invited the nsa to a street party on facebook and cops showed up at his door a few days later.

    they definitely are watching

  160. lisab says:

    Biggest and smallest creatures at top risk of extinction…
    —————————

    how come only cool animals like right whales seem to be in danger of extinction?

    why not squirrels? i hate squirrels

  161. Tina says:

    Lisa, you must be referring to the Mariel boat lift where castro unloaded a lot of criminals. This haopened in 1980.

    So yeah those third world governments have done that.

  162. lisab says:

    thanks Tina, yes, that was it.

    china also famously offered jimmy carter 200 million chinese immigrants

    when jimmy carter complained that the chinese were not letting their people emigrate enough

    jimmy carter never mentioned it again

  163. Cash Cow TM says:

    “how come only cool animals like right whales seem to be in danger of extinction?

    why not squirrels? i hate squirrels”
    ________
    Walt says his nominees for extinction:
    –skunks
    –voles
    –groundhogs
    –possums

  164. Tina says:

    El salvador with the ms 13 gang members.

  165. NYCmike says:

    LOL!

    A joke about East Germany, and jason takes it seriously.

    I guess we now know another reason why jason was admitted without having to go thru the long probationary period like scooterboy did……

  166. NYCmike says:

    “Wow, I could run through the Giant’s defense.”

    Probably because they don’t play in boots, so they would be wise to stand back, and let the grounds crew clean up.

  167. lisab says:

    “Probably because they don’t play in boots,”

    isn’t “mexicans got their boots on” a prison thing?

  168. Trump says:

    I love MS13.

  169. Trump says:

    Trump. Trump. What a Grump.
    Tina. Tina. What a Weana.

  170. George says:

    Brzezinski Breaks Down Over Trump Wiretapping Claim: “We’re All Really Nervous,” “This Is Not Funny”

    https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2017/03/06/brzezinski_breaks_down_over_trump_we_are_all_really_nervous_we_dont_think_this_is_funny.html

  171. NYCmike says:

    George – March 6?

  172. NYCmike says:

    “isn’t “mexicans got their boots on” a prison thing?”

    -Not that I know of, but they can “get jiggy with it” even with boots on.

  173. NYCmike says:

    http://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/351204-gop-state-lawmakers-meet-to-plan-possible-constitutional-convention

    -I have supported Mark Levin’s push in the past, although I believe it was a little bit different than what is being described here.

    The following statement also gives me pause:

    “Such plans have also received backing from Republicans including Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.”

  174. jason says:

    Prosecutors charged a father Monday with three counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of his children, saying a belt was used in two of the killings. Prosecutors filed the charges against 32-year-old Robert William Hodges in the deaths of 11-year-old Kelvin Hodges, 9-year-old Julie Hodges and Lucas Hodges, nearly eight months”

    And some people are against the death penalty….

  175. NYCmike says:

    http://freebeacon.com/politics/feds-spend-587441-make-engineering-safe-zone-lgbtq-students/

    -YES, we definitely need this, as those mean engineering students must be stopped from precisely measuring……..oh, maybe this is for “social engineering”.

  176. NYCmike says:

    “And some people are against the death penalty….”

    -To go along with their border patrol ideas, North Korea may have some good solutions for this guy……

  177. NYCmike says:

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/trump-is-making-tons-of-progress-while-the-media-ignore-it/article/2634481

    -Robbie and “CG” should be here shortly to tell us about some meeting that Trump had where he wrote, debated, voted on, and signed legislation into law.

  178. jason says:

    A joke about East Germany,”

    Yeah, East Germany was really funny…

    Besides, you didn’t make a joke, you said Joe Miller was not wrong.

    Here is a “border security” picture I am sure you will find hilarious

    https://i.pinimg.com/736x/2a/04/fd/2a04fdb417f4e2ec34e7196333b1c1c9–strange-history-berlin-wall.jpg

  179. NYCmike says:

    jason,

    You are LITERALLY, FIGURATIVELY, and MOST DEFINITELY, an a-hole!

    If you didn’t think the joke was funny, just say so.

    Don’t try to conflate it with a picture of the horrid actions of a communist state.

  180. NYCmike says:

    “Democrats Say They Have Tentative Deal With Trump on Dreamers. Trumpers – you were sold out. Again!”

    -It looks like MD is on the Presidential Legislation Writing Bandwagon as well!

  181. jason says:

    Don’t try to conflate it with a picture of the horrid actions of a communist state.”

    You mean how Joe Miller did and you defended him?

  182. jason says:

    I pointed out Joe Miller was a moron who said East Germany was a model for us to follow on border security, a Communist country that murdered countless people trying to get out, not in.

    NYC felt compelled to defend the indefensible, as he usually does when its pointed out Miller is a complete idiot.

    I don’t see where the joke is, honestly.

  183. jason says:

    If you didn’t think the joke was funny, just say so.”

    What was the “joke” exactly?

    You said Miller was not wrong, although shooting people trying to escape was “bad public relations”.

    Explain what is funny about this.

  184. NYCmike says:

    jason,

    The simple fact is I had never heard that Miller made such a ridiculous comment.

    My first thought was that such a ridiculous comment had to be joked about, due to the fact that East Germany’s border issue was the exact opposite of ours, in that they were killing their own citizens who tried to escape, while the United States is simply trying to ensure that we know who is trying to get in.

  185. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    This is the third poll in two days showing a dead heat in the VA Governor’s race. Today’s poll is from Mason-Dixon Polling and has a D+7 PID.

    https://img1.wsimg.com/blobby/go/c605399a-45e7-4419-a45b-796c7289ab0c/downloads/1bqcvkl47_746012.pdf

  186. NYCmike says:

    “Explain what is funny about this.”

    -You must not have liked Mel Brooks “A History of The World, Part I” if you can’t find the humor (bad, mean, or otherwise) in my comment.

    I guess I “can’t Torquemada anything”!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEOV0O7k9YU

  187. NYCmike says:

    Gillispie has no chance – Robbie said (wished) so.

  188. NYCmike says:

    http://thehill.com/policy/healthcare/351198-new-gop-obamacare-repeal-bill-gains-momentum

    “”Still, McCain on Monday criticized the rushed process leading up to a possible vote next week, while not ruling out voting for the bill.

    “The governor of Arizona is favorably inclined, but I am going to have to have a lot more information,” McCain said.

    He reiterated his call for committee hearings and amendments, known as “regular order.”

    “We should be going through regular order,” he said. “I’ve said that about 12 times.””

  189. NYCmike says:

    Maybe the McCain, aka The Man Who Can’t Be Criticized, should say the same about Cotton/Perdue…..then we would see who is FOR and/or whom is AGAINST, and on which issues.

  190. NYCmike says:

    Truthfully, I would NOT be averse to seeing Obamacare implode.

    Let the insurance companies get out, or get hurt financially, the free market will figure things out. I am waiting to see how much my premiums will go up this year. I would expect another 5-10%, if not more.

  191. NYCmike says:

    http://www.bostonherald.com/news/columnists/tom_shattuck/2017/09/shattuck_hey_swamp_now_what_do_you_say

    “Although the beltway elite and their Chia pets in the media will split hairs about whether or not it was Obama who explicitly ordered the surveillance, it is beginning to be clear that there was an effort to surveil candidate and then President Trump — and many parties lied about it.”

    -Has Robbie watered himself today?

  192. Phil says:

    For the first time in the last three American presidential administrations, an American president has given the North Korean dictator something to think about.

    Imagine, stating actual consequences for a rogue state creating the means to wipe out Tokyo or more pressing, an American city or even transferring nuclear technology to terorist groups who would not hesitate to use it.

    But..but..but….he can’t talk like that in the diplomatic world. Barak would never say those things. We were making such excellent progress in reigning Kim in.

  193. jason says:

    The simple fact is I had never heard that Miller made such a ridiculous comment.”

    Now, what that so difficult to admit?

  194. NYCmike says:

    “Now, what that so difficult to admit?”

    -I may need Tina to translate this……

  195. NYCmike says:

    ** was that **

    Got it.

  196. NYCmike says:

    I did not realize I was refusing to admit something…..what would I do without jason, half my thoughts would go untranslated, or un-thought (? 🙂 )

  197. Bitterlaw says:

    I heard that Trump liked the military parade in France for Bastille Day that he is thinking of having one in DC on July 4th to showcase weapons. hardware and troops. Personally, I think it is a bad idea. Leave that type of display to Red Square on May Day and North Korea.

    Discuss.

  198. NYCmike says:

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/09/boom-trump-slams-socialism-un-general-assembly-member-states-silent-video/

    -Ok, more proof that Trump is a “life-long”, “LIBERAL DEMOCRAT”.

    What disgusting sentiment and affinity for this political system!

  199. NYCmike says:

    Agreed that there is no need to display weapons, hardware and troops.

    I do believe that Memorial Day and Veterans Day should be MORE attended, instead of so many people going to the beach and/or shopping.

  200. jason says:

    aybe the McCain, aka The Man Who Can’t Be Criticized, should say the same about Cotton/Perdue”

    Zzzzzz.. let me know when Cotton Perdue has like 48 votes and actual chance of passage.

    So while the rest of us concentrate on actually getting something done, you can keep sending a message with Cotton Perdue, an non-starter from the get go.

  201. jason says:

    I agree with NYC in post 212.

    It happens, I will get over it.

  202. NYCmike says:

    jason,

    I find it intellectually curious that on HHR, in regards to Cotton/Perdue, I have only gotten one issue which people are against, and that is the number of legal immigrants allowed, which I believe would be an item that can easily be compromised, as the authors of the law have stated that current and/or future conditions should be used when determining the amount of legal immigration to be allowed.

    I would love to see you explain what other points of Cotton/Perdue you oppose, and also why you believe that the number of legal immigrants (less, or even more) should NEVER be looked at by the legislative and/or Executive branches in our federal government.

  203. jason says:

    If the issue of legal immigrants can be “easily compromised” as YOU say, why wasn’t it discussed with the rest of the caucus BEFORE it was proposed.

    The fact it wasn’t is to me a clear indication it was never a serious bill to start with.

    When you have a proposal that garners lets say 46 votes and you have to convince 4 senators by way of some compromise its a serious effort.

    When you have a bill with a provisions on legal immigration that is patently not going anywhere with the majority of the caucus you don’t really have anything to negotiate with. You are dead before you start.

    Convincing 4 senators in one thing. 30 is another.

  204. NYCmike says:

    A-Hole logic:

    jason says I am for the status quo.

    I say I would support Cotton/Perdue, a drastic change to the status quo, and something that jason has only one issue with (publicly stated, anyway).

    jason repeats that I am for the status quo.

  205. NYCmike says:

    “When you have a bill with a provisions on legal immigration that is patently not going anywhere with the majority of the caucus you don’t really have anything to negotiate with. You are dead before you start.”

    -Which “provisions” (that is plural)?

  206. Jonesy says:

    Has Robbie admitted he was a fool on the Wiretapping yet? Paris accord withdrawal? Is he in hiding?

  207. NYCmike says:

    “Convincing 4 senators in one thing. 30 is another.”

    -Which Senators are against, and what issues are they opposed on?

  208. jason says:

    I would love to see you explain what other points of Cotton/Perdue you oppose, and also why you believe that the number of legal immigrants (less, or even more) should NEVER be looked at by the legislative and/or Executive branches in our federal government.”

    I never said it should NEVER be looked at.

    However, its certainly an unnecessary distraction if you are trying to tackle illegal immigration.

    And everyone knows a 50% cut in legal immigration is going nowhere.

    But you can keep pretending it will.

  209. Jonesy says:

    Quinnipac, awful in 2016, shows Northam up 10 in Virginia. Suppose another awful Dem Sample

  210. NYCmike says:

    “However, its certainly an unnecessary distraction if you are trying to tackle illegal immigration.”

    -Unnecessary distraction?

    Have you seen the Democrats look to compromise on any issue? Let me answer that for you. NO!

    You need to publicly make them look like the intransigent ones, and that can be easily done by compromising on the number of legal immigrants, while insisting on an end to chain migration and automatic welfare benefits.

    The number of legal immigrants, after all, can be legally shut down immediately with an Executive Order from the Executive Branch during times of emergency.

    There is no reason to make this your sole issue of disagreement except that you may be unwilling to divulge the other issues where you disagree with Cotton/Perdue and agree with Democrats like Schumer and Pelosi.

  211. NYCmike says:

    “And everyone knows a 50% cut in legal immigration is going nowhere.

    But you can keep pretending it will.”

    -I do not “pretend” about this at all, and have repeatedly said it is a point which can be compromised on.

  212. jason says:

    -Which Senators are against, and what issues are they opposed on?”

    More than enough Senators have made comments to show it has zero chance but here is an example, we don’t even have to quote McCain or Graham or Flake.

    Republican Senator Marco Rubio, said that he had “a big difference of opinion with this bill is that it sets an arbitrary cap on the number of people that are able to come through with a green card.”

    Do you really see an immigration bill passing the GOP caucus without Rubio’s support?

  213. jason says:

    “I’ve repeatedly said it is a point which can be compromised on.”

    Ok, I will write Rubio and tell him some dude on a blog named NYC has categorically stated it can be compromised on.

  214. NYCmike says:

    “Do you really see an immigration bill passing the GOP caucus without Rubio’s support?”

    -You are correct, it would probably NOT pass the GOP caucus without his support.

    Unfortunately, this only proves that Rubio is as tone-deaf now about the issue as he was in 2013.

    And he also shows he has learned NOTHING about Democrats and their total unwillingness to compromise on any part of the immigration question, mainly because they know Republicans will compromise without any guaranteed return from them.

  215. jason says:

    ” that can be easily done by compromising on the number of legal immigrants,”

    Well, fine, so let them come up with a bill that is acceptable to at least 90% of the caucus so it has a realistic chance of passage.

    THEN they can try to get the remaining votes with some sort of compromise.

    As it stands, it has zero chance. It’s not 5 votes short, its probably 20 or 30 votes short.

    Cotton/Perdue know this, btw, they aren’t stupid. But they don’t care because this is for internal consumption.

  216. jason says:

    Unfortunately, this only proves that Rubio is as tone-deaf now about the issue as he was in 2013″

    LOL, NYC as usual thinks Rubio is the enemy.

    WE ARE WINNING!

    The alternative, of course, its to get someone like Rubio, a young, hispanic senator from a swing state like FL onboard with your bill BEFORE you propose it. Someone who may actually have some power of persuasion with people like McCain and Graham.

    But horrors, no, SEND A MESSAGE.

  217. jason says:

    You need to publicly make them look like the intransigent ones, and that can be easily done by compromising on the number of legal immigrants, while insisting on an end to chain migration and automatic welfare benefits.”

    Seriously?

    First you need to get 50 votes in your own caucus to make the Democrats look intransigent.

    If you propose something that is not even close to having the support of the GOP caucus all you are doing is showcasing division and weakness.

  218. NYCmike says:

    jason STILL will not divulge any other sticking points that “Republicans” have with the Cotton/Perdue bill.

  219. NYCmike says:

    Cotton/Perdue wrote a bill supported by the President, and I dare say, the majority of their primary voters, as well as independents.

    Other “Republican” Senators will not support because of one issue (so far that I know about).

    Talk about ALL-OR-NOTHING!

  220. NYCmike says:

    “If you propose something that is not even close to having the support of the GOP caucus all you are doing is showcasing division and weakness.”

    -On which issues do all of these “Republicans” disagree??

  221. jason says:

    Heh, Perdue is looking to Dems and says “compromise comes before negotiation”

    Okayyy…

    “Facing a wall of opposition to his signature immigration proposal, Georgia U.S. Sen. David Perdue is looking ahead to a possible Plan B: cutting a deal with Democrats and others to try to salvage the White House-backed plan.

    The first-term Republican told local reporters at Friday roundtable that “everything is on the table” when it comes to getting his overhaul of the legal immigration system into law.

    Perdue’s proposal is considered divisive even among some Republicans. It seeks to scale back the number of immigrants allowed to enter the U.S. each year while focusing on admitting more high-skilled foreigners rather than the extended family of migrants already here. It would halve the number of refugees allowed in annually and freeze the number of employment-based green cards at roughly 140,000, while prioritizing immigrants who are experts in their fields and are fluent in English.

    “People talk about compromise. I talk about compromise. Well, compromise comes before negotiation,” Perdue said. “You’ve got to be willing to give up something for what you want to get. If we end up with the Democrats getting 80 percent satisfied solution, and we end up with 80 percent satisfactory result, we ought to get this done.”

  222. NYCmike says:

    End to chain migration?

    Automatic welfare payments?

    Points system?

  223. jason says:

    Personally I don’t think NYC will like anything that ends up with Dems being 80 percent satisfied…

  224. NYCmike says:

    “While Cotton and Perdue should be applauded for their work, the core of the RAISE Act is not a new idea. In fact, more than twenty years ago, President Clinton created a bipartisan commission to review every aspect of U.S. immigration policy. Led by late civil rights leader and Texas Rep. Barbara Jordan, the commission in 1996 recommended an end to chain migration, prioritizing immigrant admissions based on skills, and limiting overall immigration to 550,000 per year. Sound familiar? Clinton and lawmakers on both sides of the aisle fully endorsed the Jordan Commission’s recommendations.”

  225. jason says:

    On which issues do all of these “Republicans” disagree??”

    I don’t think you will get more than 20 Rs that agree with the 50% reduction in legal immigration or the arbitrary cap on green cards for starters.

  226. jason says:

    Zzzzzzz..

    20 years ago the political scene was completely different.

    Heck in 2008 Obama was campaigning against gay marriage. Not even 10 years ago.

  227. NYCmike says:

    “Personally I don’t think NYC will like anything that ends up with Dems being 80 percent satisfied…”

    -His line was “If we end up with the Democrats getting 80 percent satisfied solution, and we end up with 80 percent satisfactory result, we ought to get this done.””

    And once again, your “SEND A MESSAGE.” line is shown to be the absolute b*llsh*t it has always been.

  228. NYCmike says:

    “I don’t think you will get more than 20 Rs that agree with the 50% reduction in legal immigration or the arbitrary cap on green cards for starters.”

    -We should increase it by 50%?

    What number will satisfy these Republicans unwilling to compromise their position at all?

    Increase it 100%?
    Increase it 200%?

    Decrease it 10%?
    Decrease it 5%?

  229. jason says:

    20 Years ago the Dems were not as far left as they are today.

    There were still conservative and moderate Dems.

    No longer.

    Barbara Jordan’s proposal would get zero votes in the Dem caucus today. Zero.

  230. NYCmike says:

    “Barbara Jordan’s proposal would get zero votes in the Dem caucus today. Zero.”

    -It seems that not just the Democrats have moved to the left……

  231. jason says:

    What number will satisfy these Republicans unwilling to compromise their position at all?”

    I don’t know.

    Personally, in exchange for ending illegal immigration I would propose increasing LEGAL immigration.

    It’s a no brainer.

  232. NYCmike says:

    “Personally, in exchange for ending illegal immigration”

    -The next Democratic (and maybe even the next Republican) President will allow illegal immigration again.

    Also, what about chain migration?

  233. NYCmike says:

    “Personally, in exchange for ending illegal immigration I would propose increasing LEGAL immigration.”

    -You may be correct, although I seriously doubt the willingness of our elected leaders to strictly enforce border laws.

  234. jason says:

    But I certainly would be disappointed if my senator Toomey supported Cotton Perdue, I hope he understands its “send a message” BS and not serious legislation.

  235. jason says:

    Also, what about chain migration?”

    This sounds like “well its a crap sandwich, but it has some ingredients in it that I could eat”

  236. NYCmike says:

    “Barbara Jordan’s proposal would get zero votes in the Dem caucus today. Zero.”

    -jason agrees that Cotton/Perdue is based upon a Democrat congressperson’s proposal, and also agrees that most Republicans would NOT vote for it, because it is NOT………LIBERAL……..ENOUGH.

    BUT…….”deadenders”……

  237. Bitterlaw says:

    Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. Why can’t one reason be enough to oppose the bill?

  238. NYCmike says:

    ALL-OR-NOTHING Bitterlaw jumps into the conversation!

    And totally disregards that I, *** as well as Tom Cotton ***, have PUBLICLY STATED a willingness to compromise on some of the issues.

  239. NYCmike says:

    This, actually, has been a productive conversation.

    We NOW know that “deadenders” like Cotton and Perdue are willing to move their politics to achieve a better result for the country, while other “Republicans” wish to move further LEFT than a 1995 Barbara Jordan proposal.

  240. NYCmike says:

    Oh, and don’t forget that Trump is a “life-long” “LIBERAL DEMOCRAT”, don’t you know!?!

  241. NYCmike says:

    jason, I forgot to say THANK YOU for finding this, as it shows “deadenders” willingness to LEAD.

    ““People talk about compromise. I talk about compromise. Well, compromise comes before negotiation,” Perdue said. “You’ve got to be willing to give up something for what you want to get. If we end up with the Democrats getting 80 percent satisfied solution, and we end up with 80 percent satisfactory result, we ought to get this done.””

  242. NYCmike says:

    I also find it odd, to say the least, that no other mentions about Trump’s speech today at the UN have been made………

  243. NYCmike says:

    “The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented. (Applause.) From the Soviet Union to Cuba to Venezuela, wherever true socialism or communism has been adopted, it has delivered anguish and devastation and failure. Those who preach the tenets of these discredited ideologies only contribute to the continued suffering of the people who live under these cruel systems.”

    -“CG”, Robbie, MD, and Author are against this statement.

  244. Phil says:

    257

    Yeah, they would say his statement was “too harsh” and “not diplomatic enough”.

  245. jason says:

    Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. Why can’t one reason be enough to oppose the bill?”

    Not only a “reason” its an 800-lb gorilla.

    But it seems NYC is a firm believer that you have to eat a whole egg before you decide its rotten.

  246. jason says:

    and also agrees that most Republicans would NOT vote for it, because it is NOT………LIBERAL……..ENOUGH.”

    Most Rs won’t vote for it because they don’t agree with key provisions in it.

    Period.

  247. NYCmike says:

    Not liberal enough, you said so yourself.

    The Cotton (“deadender”) bill builds on Jordan’s proposals.

    “Republicans” have moved further left than that.

    Thank you for a productive conversation.

  248. NYCmike says:

    Thank You for the Cotton comments about compromise as well. It clearly shows that he, a “deadender”, is NOT ALL-OR-NOTHING like some “Republicans” are.

  249. jason says:

    As far as I know, nobody here ever cared about UN speeches, no matter who makes them.

    So we are just being consistent.

  250. NYCmike says:

    Some “Republicans” don’t like the “arbitrary hard cap”………because it is different from their “undefined arbitrary hard cap”.

    ALL-OR-NOTHING!

  251. jason says:

    Zzzzz. Perdue is talking about compromising with Dems, I never had a problem with that.

    Do you?

    My problem with his bill is that it has very little support in the GOP caucus and is not going anywhere.

    I doubt its going anywhere with the Dems either, but I certainly don’t fault him for trying.

  252. jason says:

    LOL

    Mr All or Nothing is now the pot calling the kettle black.

    They hypocrisy is astounding.

  253. NYCmike says:

    Would love to know which issue I am all or nothing on……..

  254. jason says:

    Remember when NYC thought Rubio was a RINO traitor who dared to try to compromise…?

    Horrors, he even gasp, shook hands with Schumer…

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3KEhWTnWvE

  255. jason says:

    Would love to know which issue I am all or nothing on……..”

    WE ARE WINNING!

  256. NYCmike says:

    “Remember when NYC thought Rubio was a RINO traitor who dared to try to compromise…?”

    -Let’s look at the facts, before we make stupid, sarcastic statements which

    Rubio did NOT write his own legislation. He wanted to work with Schumer from the beginning. Rubio was FOLLOWING.

    Cotton/Perdue is already written, is based on bipartisan ideas from the 1990’s, has the backing of the leader of the Executive Branch and is publicly stating he is willing to work with Democrats. This is LEADING.

  257. NYCmike says:

    Of course, Cotton/Perdue is NOT accepted by the majority of “Republican” Senators, because it is NOT LIBERAL ENOUGH.

    (jason has already helped me point this out today.)

  258. jason says:

    Agreed.

  259. jason says:

    f course, Cotton/Perdue is NOT accepted by the majority of “Republican” Senators, because it is NOT LIBERAL ENOUGH.

    (jason has already helped me point this out today.)”

    This is fantasy, but actually it would make no difference.

    My point is that the legislation is not acceptable to a majority of the caucus.

    Why its not acceptable is completely irrelevant to my point that in its present form its going nowhere.

    It’s not acceptable to me because I don’t agree with a 50% cut in legal immigration.

    Whether its an idea from 1990, 2010 or 1925 is also irrelevant.

    Whether the President supports it or not should be irrelevant to NYC, who is on record here that the President has ZERO say over Congress and or legislation.

  260. NYCmike says:

    “It happens, I will get over it.”

  261. NYCmike says:

    “who is on record here that the President has ZERO say over Congress and or legislation.”

    -Please don’t leave out the rest of my statement….you know full well that the President CAN WORK WITH Congress, if Congress allows him/her to work with them.

    They could refuse any offer from the Executive to help them, or just go ahead and ignore him while he sends out tweets.

  262. NYCmike says:

    “Why its not acceptable is completely irrelevant”…..especially when a Senator is trying to avoid looking more liberal than the issues he/she campaigned on.

  263. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Trump gave a very good, hard hitting speech at the United Nations.

    Liked the comment: “The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented”

  264. Wes says:

    Mikey will be furious:

    In a new poll conducted in North Dakota, Senator Heidi Heitkamp trails Republican Kelly Schmidt (currently being aggressively courted by the NDGOP) by a 44-48 margin.

    More troubling gor Heitkamp are two other data points in thd poll:

    By a 60-23 margin, North Dakotans are less likely to vote for Heitkamp after her refusal to vote to repeal Obamacare.

    By a 44-42 margin, North Dakotans want another Senator to replace Heitkamp.

    Of course this just means Mikey will be aggressively backing Duane Sand in an attempt to ensure Heitkamp wins reelection snd therefore helps Chuvk Schumer become Senate Majority Leader.

  265. JC says:

    According to a new poll, Americans agree with Betsy DeVos ‘innocent until proven guilty’ approach to campuses by a slim margin of…

    73 to 6.

  266. Cash Cow TM says:

    Gillispie Northam negative TV ads out of DC stations that go to NOVA (and even me in WV) for the last several weeks.

    Northam has now countered and has rebuttal ads up.
    ***************************************************
    Maybe Gillispie ads are driving up the negatives for Northam…

  267. JC says:

    Wes,

    Christine O’Donnel should move to North Dakota and run for senate.

  268. JC says:

    Senator Jeff Flake said Trump should ‘apologize’ to Obama admin when he said that Trump tower was wire tapped earlier in the year.

    Does anyone think Flake will apologize to Trump now that he has been proven right?

  269. Phil says:

    Screw Flake. I am no dead ender but this guy is terrible. Let’s get a non deadender candidate to challenge this turkey. That means someone besides Kelli Ward, BTW.

  270. NYCmike says:

    Wes,

    If I wasn’t worried about your emotional state, I would be laughing out loud in regard to your odd ramblings about me wanting Schumer as Majority Leader.

    Those ramblings, combined with your lack of a wedding date, tells me something bad happened.

    Please take care of yourself.

  271. NYCmike says:

    Flake must stay! He is an incumbent. He can win.

    Otherwise, you are just SENDING A MESSAGE!

    I heard that here on HHR.

  272. Robbie says:

    Suckers! Fake billionaire Donald Trump is using money donated to the RNC to pay for his Russia legal fees.

    Jeremy Diamond?
    @JDiamond1

    NEW: RNC spent $230,000+ to cover @realDonaldTrump’s legal fees tied to Russia probe. $131,250 to Sekulow. $100K to Dowd, per RNC official

  273. JC says:

    I’m hoping Trent will jump in the primary for Flakes seat, but unfortunately I think he’s waiting to run for McCain’s.

    Kelli Ward is a weak candidate. But she still has a better chance of winning than Flake does.

    Flake is a deadender.

  274. Robbie says:

    Why am I not surprised the Trump chumps at HHR want to make sure Jeff Flake is beaten. Trump was NOT wiretapped you bozos. Trump’s own Justice Department said so.

    As for the CNN report that suggested Manafort was wiretapped, why do the Trumpers believe it? I thought Trump told us CNN was fake news?

  275. Robbie says:

    JC says:
    September 19, 2017 at 5:35 pm
    I’m hoping Trent will jump in the primary for Flakes seat, but unfortunately I think he’s waiting to run for McCain’s.
    Kelli Ward is a weak candidate. But she still has a better chance of winning than Flake does.
    Flake is a deadender.

    – Let me translate what you wrote from moronic Trumpese to English.

    You want to make sure a Democrat wins Jeff Flake’s seat and a send a message to the lifelong conservative Republicans they need to be subservient to lifelong Democrat Donald Trump.

  276. Robbie says:

    FFS! When is NYCMike going to give it a rest on the RAISE Act? It’s a dumb bill. The only people who want to cut legal immigration by 50% are Steve King bozos.

  277. CG says:

    As Steve King:

    “Hey, I want to cut immigration by 100%! Get it right.”

  278. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    September 19, 2017 at 2:00 pm
    “The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented. (Applause.) From the Soviet Union to Cuba to Venezuela, wherever true socialism or communism has been adopted, it has delivered anguish and devastation and failure. Those who preach the tenets of these discredited ideologies only contribute to the continued suffering of the people who live under these cruel systems.”
    -“CG”, Robbie, MD, and Author are against this statement.

    – You really are the dumbest person at HHR. Because I think Trump is an incompetent idiot who has no business serving as president, you think I support socialism. This takes your stupidity to a whole new level and that’s saying something considering the asinine Senate primary challengers you have supported in the past.

  279. CG says:

    Co-sign on the NYC is stupid assertion.

  280. NYCmike says:

    “Suckers!”

    -I SMILED BIGLY when I saw this!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j0qm0KUPeD8

  281. NYCmike says:

    They come in pairs now…….like B O O B S

    CNN to cut me off in 3….2……1……

  282. Trump says:

    Hey cretin Robbie,

    Go suck Flake, you moron.

    He has nobody else to blame for his 18% approval.

  283. CG says:

    If that is indeed what Trump said at the UN about Venezuela, I am glad he said it and would salute whomever wrote it for him to read off his teleprompter.

    It certainly wasn’t Steve Bannon. That line, calling socialism for what it is, lies in mark contrast to the kinds of statements, usually uttered by Trump, such as during his Inaugural address when he said that the U.S. would not attempt to tell other countries what systems they should have.

    I hope the rest of the speech was consistent with the quote above and not full of mixed messages.

  284. NYCmike says:

    jason,

    See what I mean about the 50% reduction issue?

    It just keeps getting repeated, even though you, just today, linked to Tom Cotton saying he is willing to compromise.

    NOT ONE OTHER ISSUE has been raised.

    ALL-OR-NOTHING!

  285. Trump says:

    The fu ck tard doesn’t know what “lifelong” means, do you, cretin Robbie?

  286. Trump says:

    The moron CG thinks he is making some point.

    Stop blabbing, fool.

  287. NYCmike says:

    ” would salute whomever wrote it for him to read off his teleprompter.”

    “CG”,

    Maybe it was Peggy Noonan?

  288. Robbie says:

    Jonesy says:
    September 19, 2017 at 12:31 pm
    Has Robbie admitted he was a fool on the Wiretapping yet? Paris accord withdrawal? Is he in hiding?

    – No, bozo. Trump’s own Justice Department said there was no evidence Trump was wiretapped. Was Jeff Sessions lying?

    The Justice Department wiretapped Paul Manafort, a crook who’s probably going to jail. Just because Trump called him doesn’t mean Trump was the target of the wiretap anymore than I would have been the target of the wiretap had I spoken with Manafort on the phone.

    I know the Trump cultists, you are one of them, feel obligated to defend Dear Leader even when he’s lying, but I have some advice for you. Defend your moronic orange leader when he deserves it like his speech to UN today. Don’t defend him when he LIES as he did when he claimed Obama wiretapped him.

  289. Trump says:

    As$hole Robbie believes James Clapper.

  290. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    September 19, 2017 at 5:51 pm
    Hey cretin Robbie,
    Go suck Flake, you moron.
    He has nobody else to blame for his 18% approval.

    – What type of ointment do you use when the man in the Trump mask makes you his lover?

  291. CG says:

    I raised the other issue with you two weeks ago. I do not think it is right to keep all low-skill workers out of the U.S. In fact, we need a lot of them to come here legally, and the intergenerational benefits for the country will be more than worth it.

  292. NYCmike says:

    “Suckers!”

    -It made me smile again!

    You are the best, Robbie!

  293. Trump says:

    The only thing this cretin has is his constant sucking of Jeb!, which the cra^ weasel is now transferring to Flake.

    Jeff!

  294. CG says:

    It sounded like something Peggy Noonan could have written.

    I liked when she recently called Trump “Woody Allen without the humor”, and showed how very unmanly he really is.

  295. Trump says:

    What happened, cretin? Trump grab your puS$y?

  296. lisab says:

    something that jason has only one issue with
    ————————————

    that issue being not wanting to reduce immigration

  297. Trump says:

    Great to see Trump fu ck ing you again today, cretin Robbie.

    Every day is a new outrage for you, isn’t it, fu ck tard?

  298. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    September 19, 2017 at 5:55 pm
    “Suckers!”
    -It made me smile again!
    You are the best, Robbie!

    – The best part about suckers like you who fell for Trump’s siren song, is you still have no idea you’ve been played.

    By the way, how are Senators, Angle, COD, Mourdock, McDaniel, Carr, Wolf, and Buck going to vote on the Graham/Cassidey bill?

  299. CG says:

    Trump claimed that Obama illegally wiretapped Trump Tower.

    That is wrong on several factual counts. If Manafort was indeed wiretapped, as appears to be the case, it was done with a FISA warrant, so it was perfectly legal, and Obama was not involved in the process.

    If Manaford had a FISA warrant on him, going back a long time, needless to say, he has a lot to worry about. But I am sure he will be perfectly loyal to Donald Trump, right?

  300. Phil says:

    Trump’s UN speech was great. Long overdue by an American president.

  301. Trump says:

    The two fu ck tards are so creaming their panties, thinking they got Trump.

    Brokered convention again, as*holes?

  302. Robbie says:

    CG says:
    September 19, 2017 at 5:59 pm
    Trump claimed that Obama illegally wiretapped Trump Tower.
    That is wrong on several factual counts. If Manafort was indeed wiretapped, as appears to be the case, it was done with a FISA warrant, so it was perfectly legal, and Obama was not involved in the process.
    If Manaford had a FISA warrant on him, going back a long time, needless to say, he has a lot to worry about. But I am sure he will be perfectly loyal to Donald Trump, right?

    – Don’t confuse the Trump chumps with facts.

  303. Trump says:

    2 years of non-stop investigation, and not a glove on Trump. He must be pure like Mother Teresa.

    Must be so disheartening for the two hate-filled cretins Robbie and Corey.

  304. NYCmike says:

    “In fact, we need a lot of them to come here legally, and the intergenerational benefits for the country will be more than worth it.”

    -The current situation should determine if they are needed. They might be needed now, how about in 5-10 years?

    If automation keeps advancing at its current pace, should we then start paying a monthly stipend to all citizens, as the Democrats are starting to whisper about already?

    As for “intergenerational benefits”, how is that being defined by you? I can’t agree or disagree unless I know how you define this.

  305. Trump says:

    3 years of Manafort investigation. And still nothing.

  306. lisab says:

    STILL will not divulge any other sticking points that “Republicans” have with the Cotton/Perdue bill.
    ——————

    again the sticking point is it reduces immigration

  307. NYCmike says:

    Robbie and “CG” at the same time – wonderful!

    🙂

  308. Trump says:

    The dreams of hate-filled mother fu cki ng cretins like Corey and Robbie keep getting shattered.

  309. Trump says:

    Meanwhile, Trump is president for 7+ more years.

  310. JC says:

    Robbie says:
    September 19, 2017 at 5:37 pm
    Trump was NOT wiretapped you bozos.
    ————————–

    Uh huh. Yep. Trump definitely was not wire tapped.

    Just his phones in Trump tower were. Specifically, the ones that Paul Manafort, his campaign manager, used. During a time frame in which Manafort was in regular communication with Trump both before and after the election.

    But sure, ‘Trump’ wasn’t wire tapped or anything. Just the people he was talking to.

    Now, a cynic might say that this was a standard ‘get-around’ from the law to survey people without a warrant. But not me. There’s no way Obama’s DOJ was eavesdropping on Trump’s conversations or anything.

    Nope. Impossible.

  311. Trump says:

    ” TODD: Yeah, I was just going to say, if the F.B.I., for instance, had a FISA court order of some sort for a surveillance, would that be information you would know or not know?

    CLAPPER: Yes.

    TODD: You would be told this?

    CLAPPER: I would know that.

    TODD: If there was a FISA court order–

    CLAPPER: Yes.

    TODD: –on something like this.

    CLAPPER: Something like this, absolutely.

    TODD: And at this point, you can’t confirm or deny whether that exists?

    CLAPPER: I can deny it.”

  312. Robbie says:

    JC says:
    September 19, 2017 at 6:07 pm
    Robbie says:
    September 19, 2017 at 5:37 pm

    Now, a cynic might say that this was a standard ‘get-around’ from the law to survey people without a warrant. But not me. There’s no way Obama’s DOJ was eavesdropping on Trump’s conversations or anything.

    – Just change “cynic” to “idiot” and your sentence would make a lot of sense.

  313. Trump says:

    Obama wiretapped everyone.

    Why would Trump be any different?

  314. JC says:

    And Trump said that ‘my phones’ in Trump tower were tapped.

    So yes, he was 100% correct.

  315. Robbie says:

    Wiretap truthers at HHR. What a moronic time to be alive.

  316. Trump says:

    The lying fu ck ed up cretins Robbie and Corey are too brain dead.

  317. Trump says:

    Kill yourself.

  318. NYCmike says:

    I like when Robbie flips out over these types of stories…..it makes me feel better I have NOT taken any vacations lately where I would need to get on an airplane.

  319. Trump says:

    Meanwhile,

    ” STOCKS HIT ANOTHER RECORD HIGH…

    DOW Up 4,000 Points Since Election..”

  320. Robbie says:

    JC says:
    September 19, 2017 at 6:10 pm
    And Trump said that ‘my phones’ in Trump tower were tapped.
    So yes, he was 100% correct.

    – LOL! The Trump cultists will do anything they can to defend their moronic orange leader.

    Trump was clear he believed Obama wiretapped HIM specifically. But as Jeff Sessions informed the world a week or so ago, there is ZERO evidence to support Trump’s grumpy old man Twitter claim.

    But under the buffoonery of Trump supporters, I guess 100’s of people could “claim” they were wiretapped since they spoke with Manafort on the phone. That’s not how this works though.

  321. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    September 19, 2017 at 6:12 pm
    I like when Robbie flips out over these types of stories…..it makes me feel better I have NOT taken any vacations lately where I would need to get on an airplane.

    – Meanwhile, I’m glad only a small group of people share your view on who would make a good Senator because otherwise Democrats would have 70 seats or so.

  322. Trump says:

    The as&hat cretin doubling down on his own lies.

  323. Robbie says:

    Trump says:
    September 19, 2017 at 6:16 pm
    The as&hat cretin doubling down on his own lies.

    – When the man in the Trump mask has his way with you, do you prefer to be on your back so you can look him in the eyes?

  324. JC says:

    I understand your reaction Robbie. You nevertrumpers spent so much energy calling Trump insane and delusional over these tweets. You guys spent weeks – months – on them, as shining examples of how mentally unstable Trump is. You put your social media reputations on the line by constantly calling Trump a liar on this issue. You believed it with every fiber of your being.

    And you were wrong. Horrendously so.

    Reality contradicting to strongly held beliefs triggers cognitive dissidence.

  325. Trump says:

    The cretin’s mind still can’t comprehend Trump winning. How can it be?

    Nothing in his life prepared him for Trump.

    His life is shattered.

  326. Trump says:

    Cognitive dissonance.

    His mind can’t grasp reality.

    President Trump, motherfu cking cretin..

    Choke on it.

  327. Trump says:

    Go suck your mother, as&hat. Maybe she will console you.

  328. NYCmike says:

    Robbie, “CG”,

    Say “Hello” to MD and Author, your fellow travelers!

  329. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    287. “Suckers! Fake billionaire Donald Trump is using money donated to the RNC to pay for his Russia legal fees.”

    So what Robbie? The money came from a fund the RNC set up to cover legal fees, and Congress created the ability of political parties to have legal proceedings accounts.

    It is total legal use, and have not problem with it. Here is an excerpt from The Hill article that attempts to be critical of it.

    “The money is not coming from the RNC’s main coffer, which is used to support candidates and political campaigns, a RNC spokeswoman told The Hill.

    Payments “have been paid with funds from a pre-existing legal proceedings account and do not reduce by a dime the resources we can put towards our political work,” RNC spokeswoman Cassie Smedile said.

    Created by Congress two years ago, the legal proceedings account gives the Democratic and Republican Party committees the ability to raise money from donors to pay for legal fees and allows contributors to give up to $100,200.

    Although it was established to help pay for the costs associated with things like election recounts, it is a relatively new fundraising vehicle and there is not much guidance for how it can be used.

    Since the election, the RNC’s legal proceedings account has raised more than $3.58 million, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC) records and figures provided by the RNC set to show up in its August report on Wednesday.

    After all expenditures, the account still has “millions” left over, the RNC said.”

  330. NYCmike says:

    “After all expenditures, the account still has “millions” left over, the RNC said.””

    -“Suckers!”

    🙂

  331. NYCmike says:

    San Diego,

    I think JC handled it nicely in comment #339.

  332. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    346. Agree. There is a point it just goes over the top, and in this case it is a shooting geyser over the top.

  333. lisab says:

    More than half of California voters say the state’s housing affordability crisis is so bad that they’ve considered moving, and 60 percent of the electorate supports rent control, according to a new statewide poll.

    Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article174026561.html#storylink=cpy

  334. Phil says:

    Rent controls? The people of California are morons. You have a housing affordability crisis and you think rent controls are the answer? That means less housing resulting in even higher pricing in the long run. Do they teach economics in the California public schools or just leftist drivel?

    Perhaps if they looked into the history of rent control and what it has produced in the past….

    As far as considering moving please don’t. Stay in your Marxist state. Every state has it’s own share of illiterates without importing California’s leftist masses. Keep the sickness inside of California’s borders without infecting the sane parts of the country.

  335. Tina says:

    Yeah remt comtrol, make the prices even highe.

    Dumb arses.

    I bet half of the so called rs support it.

  336. Tina says:

    Great un speech.

  337. Tina says:

    “If true, it is a felony to reveal the existence of a FISA warrant, regardless of the fact that no charges ever emerged. The U.S. Department of Justice’s Inspector General should immediately conduct an investigation into these leaks and to examine the motivations behind a previous Administration’s effort to surveil a political opponent. Mr. Manafort requests that the Department of Justice release any intercepts involving him and any non-Americans so interested parties can come to the same conclusion as the DOJ – there is nothing there.”

    Manafort temam responds,

  338. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    According to The Hill, Bannon is supporting the crazy candidate in Alabama.

    “Breitbart head Steve Bannon ordered editors at the far-right website on Tuesday to step up its overwhelmingly negative coverage of Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), President Trump’s pick in the Alabama GOP Senate run-off, CNN reported.

    Bannon, who previously served as Trump’s chief strategist in the White House, had already come out in support of former state Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, who is leading Strange in the polls. Trump endorsed Strange and will travel to Alabama on Friday to campaign for him.”

    Again, this is a claim without documentation, so needs to be verified. But Bannon has in fact endorsed Moore.

  339. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    350. “Keep the sickness inside of California’s borders without infecting the sane parts of the country.”

    A lot of those who leave California serve to vaccinate other states against the California disease. They are solidly conservative, and don’t want a repeat of what they left. One reason that California is so leftists now is that millions of conservatives have moved out.

  340. Tina says:

    Cnn is reporting that the mueller witch hunt is going back 11 years on manafort.

    This has nithing tomdomwith muh russian.

    You would think that mueller, who lied about wmds in iraq, would let the fbi, irs investigate this,

  341. Phil says:

    ….or conservatives aren’t necessarily leaving as much as the leftist masses there are just being numerically added to by the illegals streaming in from the south – many of whom I have no doubt vote. I read you have about a million and a half illegals who live in LA county alone.

    San Diego County and Orange County used to be strongly Republican and helped elect Reagan governor twice. Now? My guess is it isn’t conservatives leaving those counties as much as the influx of illegals. Illegals who vote and anchor babies that have grown up as automatic citizens with the right to vote. The numbers grow by the day.

    Let’s face it. If you are a conservative it isn’t that easy to pull up stakes, change jobs, and move your family no matter how whacko California has become. I’m sure you have valid reasons for sticking it out. If you ever decide to leave, we’d love to have you.

  342. Phil says:

    ….or conservatives aren’t necessarily leaving as much as the leftist masses there are just being numerically added to by the illegals streaming in from the south – many of whom I have no doubt vote. I read you have about a million and a half illegals who live in LA county alone.

    San Diego County and Orange County used to be strongly Republican and helped elect Reagan governor twice. Now? My guess is it isn’t conservatives leaving those counties as much as the influx of illegals. Illegals who vote and anchor babies that have grown up as automatic citizens with the right to vote. The numbers grow by the day.

    Let’s face it. If you are a conservative it isn’t that easy to pull up stakes, change jobs, and move your family no matter how whacko California has become. I’m sure you have valid reasons for sticking it out. If you ever decide to leave, we’d love to have you.

  343. lisab says:

    Cnn is reporting that the mueller witch hunt is going back 11 years on manafort.

    This has nithing tomdomwith muh russian.
    ——————————————

    i am sure the tactic will be, “turn on trump or go to federal prison for 20 years”

  344. Tina says:

    Kurt Schlichter Retweeted
    Baby Goat Alliance
    Baby Goat Alliance @AceofSpadesHQ
    ·
    4h
    2017: Media freaks that Trump said he could destroy NK
    2016: Media praised Obama for saying he could destroy NK

    So true, amd what did the jebots aka drats say?

  345. lisab says:

    Reality contradicting to strongly held beliefs triggers cognitive dissidence.
    ————————————-

    the thing is, it does not matter if robbie/cg are dem trolls or just mad cows like md

    the fact remains trump won.

    and no matter what else happens, hillary lost, and their predictions of a hillary landslide were wrong.

    they were wrong.

  346. jason says:

    Wobbie’s Gods, the MSM, are caught lying again.

    Moral of the story:

    If you can’t think for yourself, do a better job picking who will be doing the thinking for you.

  347. jason says:

    Wobbie trying to cover for the MSM is hilarious.

    It’s a new low even for him.

    I would feel sorry for him if I wasn’t an A-hole and would probably get censored.

  348. jason says:

    Wobbie trashed EVERY R candidate in the primaries not name Jeb Bush. There was nothing too low for him, even the garbage about Rubio not being eligible.

    So take his “principled” opposition to Trump with a grain of salt.

    If Rubio was President, you can be sure he would eating up all the trash the MSM would be throwing at him too. He would defend every lie with the same vigor he defends every lie against Trump here. Same for any other R that could have won except Jeb (THEN the MSM would be the villain).

    Wobbie’s M.O. has never changed. He has always been a one trick jackass.

  349. Bitterlaw says:

    30 years ago, this could have been my friends or me. I lived in that dorm. Truly tragic but it was the student’s fault.

    http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/easton/index.ssf/2017/09/timeline_drinking_parties_to_t_1.html

  350. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    362. California lost 3.5 million people to other states between 2000-2015. The birthrate among baby boomers in California was extremely low. A lot of people from foreign countries moved in. Here is a excerpt from an Orange County Register article:

    So how does California’s population grow if we’re not attracting fellow Americans?

    “Well, new babies help, but the state’s birth rate is historically low. The real secret is California’s attractiveness to folks from foreign lands. In 2010-15, California totaled 1.7 million new residents from outside the U.S. That’s well ahead of Texas, 1.2 million, and Florida, 1.1 million.”

  351. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    362. “San Diego County and Orange County used to be strongly Republican and helped elect Reagan governor twice. Now? My guess is it isn’t conservatives leaving those counties as much as the influx of illegals.”

    Yes and no. San Diego elected a Republican mayorin part because Asians, who are high income and work in fields like tech and biotech, vote for Republicans by the same percentage as Anglos. Also, African-Americans in San Diego often vote for Republicans. The City Council President in San Diego is an African-American Democrat, she was elected with the support of the four Republicans on the City Council, one of whom is Asian.

    In Orange County, Asians are taking the lead in a recall campaign that if it succeeds will deprive the Democrats of their super-majority in one house of the legislature.

    A huge division in California is among Central Valley Hispanics and Coastal Anglos. California has the third highest oil production in the nation. Latino Democratic state legislators, who represent blue collar constituencies consistently block attempts by coastal liberals to ban fracking.

    The politics in California will shift as Hispanic voters become exceedingly more prosperous, and the middle class voters reject the leftist nonsense. The key is in California the new conservative movement must be diverse demographically, and focused on a free enterprise/ anti-regulatory agenda.

  352. Trump says:

    “i am sure the tactic will be, “turn on trump or go to federal prison for 20 years”

    If Mueller’s sole scalp is Manafort, Trump can shut down his witch-hunt the day he indicts Manafort.

    Just pardon him. Case closed. Nothing else for Mueller to do.

  353. Cash Cow TM says:

    Mau Mau
    Poppa uhm mau mau
    Di Di Mau

    Are geese the only animals that make huge amounts of talking noise as they move?
    ************************************
    Evolutionarilly speaking, it would seem that making a huge amount of noise so that hunters can here you coming long before you get there would not be wise.

  354. NYCmike says:

    Prayers to all of the people in Mexico City – some of the pictures have been terribly graphic, and the videos have been insane!

  355. NYCmike says:

    https://pjmedia.com/claudiarosett/trump-hits-home-run-america-un-speech/

    “And the foreign minister of Venezuela’s socialist dictatorship, Jorge Arreaza — apparently trying to formulate some sort of supreme insult — compared Trump in 2017 to President Ronald Reagan in 1982.”

    -Robbie, “CG”,

    Please note that I was not the one who made the comparison!

  356. jason says:

    Puerto Rico also needs our prayers.

  357. NYCmike says:

    Just seeing that, jason. I was not aware that more hurricanes were moving up the coast. Nose to the grindstone last couple of nights……

  358. Phil says:

    France moves to criminalize asking a woman for her phone number. Apparently that is sexual harassment.

    Guess you have to figure out some other way to get a date.

    Well, that does leave the Muslim way – physical assault.

    You can’t make this sh*t up.

  359. GPO says:

    Agree 100 % – been saying this from beginning- jail not good enough for these scum

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/267923/why-obama-really-spied-trump-daniel-greenfield#.WcJnsPVvjNQ.twitter

  360. NYCmike says:

    Robbie to call GPO a “Trump-loving, groin-grabbing, Trump-apologizing Trump sycophant” in 3…..2…..1….

    He will also say “Suckers!”.

    🙂

  361. Jonesy says:

    Robbie is a moron. Why bother with him?

  362. Jonesy says:

    The US Senate has to be the slowest and most methodical org in the World. They are taking another day off.

    5 Federal Judge nominees sailed thru committee, and have been waiting for a floor vote for weeks

  363. Tina says:

    Drude, trumps approval revounds.

    Uh oh, jebots to sound more like the drats that they are.

  364. Tina says:

    California to sue to stop border wall.

    What wall? I read here no wall.

  365. NYCmike says:

    Odd…..the Senate just passed a $700 billion defense budget…..MORE THAN the President wanted…..HOW CAN THEY DO THAT?/

  366. Tina says:

    The senate real cons are spending more than president democrat?

  367. Tina says:

    James clapper has lied again. He denied any wiretapping against trump or trump campaign official.

  368. NYCmike says:

    “– Meanwhile, I’m glad only a small group of people share your view on who would make a good Senator because otherwise Democrats would have 70 seats or so.”

    -While I don’t like losing winnable Senate seats, Robbie (along with Wes, and others) seems to always ignore the people who actually vote in the primaries.

    I wonder if they are intellectually honest enough to ever stop, and think “What could the incumbent have done differently to avoid a primary challenge?”.

  369. NYCmike says:

    Is CNN spreading more “fake news”?

    Or was Trump Tower “wire tapped”, just like he said back in March?

  370. Tina says:

    https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/all-mr-comeys-wiretaps-1505862793

    Comedys wiretapping, how he interfered in the 2016 election.

    Good piece

  371. Tina says:

    https://www.wsj.com/amp/articles/all-mr-comeys-wiretaps-1505862793

    This needs to be the focus and a gj needs to be empaneled.