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Saccone Leads Two Polls in PA-18

The special election in Pennsylvania for the vacated-Republican seat is coming up on March 13th and in the last few days we had two different polls showing Republican Rick Saccone with a single-digit lead. The polls come from Monmouth University and Gravis Marketing.

US HOUSE – PENNSYLVANIA – CD18 SPECIAL (Monmouth)
Rick Saccone(R) 49%
Conor Lamb (D) 46%

US HOUSE – PENNSYLVANIA – CD18 SPECIAL (Gravis)
Rick Saccone(R) 46%
Conor Lamb (D) 40%

The Monmouth poll was done February 12-14 among 320 likely voters. The Gravis Marketing poll was done February 13-15 among 602 likely voters.

Posted by Dave at 8:39 pm
Filed under: General | Comments (263)

263 Responses to “Saccone Leads Two Polls in PA-18”

  1. Hugh says:

    Darn 2nd

  2. jason says:

    Trolls don’t count, you were first Hugh.

  3. jason says:

    I will send Saccone a check tomorrow.

  4. Paul says:

    Trolls rock!

  5. mnw says:

    jason

    I made an online contribution to him last night.

    I don’t think he’s an A-list guy, but that’s the cards that were dealt.

  6. Bitterlaw says:

    Hugh – How is your niece doing?

  7. Bitterlaw says:

    The Olympics are politicized? But that has never happened before. Except for 1936, the Munich Games, all the games where the Soviets competed against the West, etc.

  8. Hugh says:

    Bitter. Thanks for asking. She was at our house Friday and was doing pretty well. My wife took her shopping that helped. It’s hard to read how she is processing all of it. Again thanks for your concern.

  9. Tina says:

    FBI uses Yahoo News as a source for FISA warrants and Mueller uses a Radio Free Europe report for his indictments. These Keystone Cops couldn’t find an elephant in a phone booth…

    Founfd at. Diff site.

  10. JC says:

    Look, I’m not saying the Trump Curse is real…

    But the Trump Curse is real:
    https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/7ygwra/lindsey_vonn_fails_to_medal_trump_curse_is_very/

  11. Albert Hodges says:

    11:

    And it couldn’t happen to a more deserving witch than Vonn!

    Disgusting trifling heifer.

  12. Tina says:

    Looks like the drats are back to muh crazy (trump).

    They lost the advantage in the congressional generic, muh russian imploded, and the tax cuts appear to be viewed positively now by the public,

  13. Bitterlaw says:

    An older skier with a history of injuries did not get a medal? Not exactly the Curse of the Goat.

    I am happy that Trump haters like Malcom Jenkins and Chris Long were able to help the Philadelphia Eagles win a Super Bowl. I wish they would keep their opinions to themselves but at least the curse is fake in Philadelphia.

  14. Bitterlaw says:

    I just saw a FB post where somebody said life was better for blacks as slaves than it is for them today. Wow. I don’t know how somebody can be two wrong.

  15. Bitterlaw says:

    So not two. Autocorrect has a mind of its own.

  16. Tina says:

    Stephen McIntyre
    Stephen McIntyre
    @ClimateAudit
    ·
    15h
    Don’t forget that Mueller, with Rumsfeld looking on fondly, falsely told Senate Intelligence in Feb 2003, on eve of Iraq invasion, that Iraq was active as “state sponsor of terror” in the US and “supported terrorist groups that targeted Americans”.
    (link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTDO-kuOGTQhttp://www.cnn.com/2003/ALLPOLITICS/02/11/transcripts.mueller/) youtube.com/watch?v=uTDO-k…

    Whoops, mulehead

  17. MichiganGuy says:

    Texas (UT/TT Poll)
    .
    President Trump
    .
    46% Approve
    46% Disapprove
    .
    Congress
    .
    19% Approve
    61% Disapprove
    .
    Gov. Abbott
    .
    46% Approve
    31% Disapprove
    .
    Senator Cruz
    .
    40% Approve
    41% Disapprove
    .
    Senator Cornyn
    .
    29% Approve
    38% Disapprove
    .
    https://www.texastribune.org/2018/02/19/uttt-poll-texas-republican-voters-remain-high-trump/

  18. Tina says:

    Likes
    John Cardillo’s Tweets
    John Cardillo
    John Cardillo
    @johncardillo
    ·
    12m
    “No reasonable prosecutor” would have indicted 13 anonymous Russians from a troll farm who will never be extradited or face trial just to keep a false “Russia collusion” narrative alive.

  19. MichiganGuy says:

    MARYLAND. Dem legislators complain Gov. Larry Hogan (R) is too bipartisan, that he is too moderate and adopts too many of their suggestions and they don’t know how to politically deal with it.

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/politics/bs-md-hogan-democrats-20180216-story.html

  20. JC says:

    BL,

    Lighten up.

  21. JC says:

    Ras: Trump still at 47%

  22. mnw says:

    He’s headed to Pennsy this week, to help Saccone.

  23. jason says:

    The Olympics are politicized? But that has never happened before. Except for 1936, the Munich Games, all the games where the Soviets competed against the West, etc.”

    Huh, I am not talking about rivalry between countries, where politics often spill over.

    I am talking about politics inside the US delegation, with athletes and the media making the Olympics about gay pride and political protests against the Vice President, and Lindsey Vonn making statements on “who she is competing for”.

    Like I said, Bitter to deny politicizing the Olympics is turning off viewers in 3, 2, bingo.

  24. jason says:

    Pennsy?

    Will he come to Yorkie?

  25. Chicon says:

    The Olympics are going on now?!?!

  26. Chicon says:

    According to Mueller, the Rooskies began messing with the election in 2014. When did the US government become aware of this? And why didn’t they warn the campaigns and the public?

  27. jason says:

    Russians claim there is no evidence in the indictments of official involvement by Putin or the government in the activities of the people who were indicted.

    That seems to be true although its hard to envision Putin’s “caterer” putting this together without at least the knowledge of the government. Putin is just too much in control for that to happen.

    But again, it all seems like more of an effort to cause mayhem and disruption of the political process than any concerted effort specifically to elect Trump. Trump and Sanders were the anti-establishment rebels, and as such a good vehicles for main objective of promoting dissension.

  28. Chicon says:

    Could be they thought it was small potatoes.

  29. jason says:

    And of course Trump is right that if the goal was to promote dissension and division in America the Russians were highly successful.

  30. Chicon says:

    It has been presented by Dems that the election interference was akin to Pearl Harbor. If so, why was the information withheld? Or, was it maybe no big deal?

  31. jason says:

    Could be they thought it was small potatoes.”

    It was from a cost standpoint, obviously the Russians could have mounted a much more expensive and robust operation if they wanted to.

    It also could have been an experiment for a future operation.

  32. Chicon says:

    31 – even the Rooskies probably couldn’t believe how much help they got from the Dems and Robbie’s MSM friends.

  33. Chicon says:

    I’ll give the FBI the benefit of the doubt, and go with they thought it was no biggie so no warning necessary.

    If no biggie, why the indictments?

  34. jason says:

    The Dems will do anything except face the 800-lb gorilla in the room.

    Hillary was an atrocious candidate.

    And all the money, the MSM support, the organization, structural advantages, EV firewall, etc. could not put her over the top.

  35. Chicon says:

    Also, how is what they did different than Voice of America, or Obama’s open support of Netanyahu’s opponent, or his politicking against Brexit?

  36. jason says:

    If no biggie, why the indictments?”

    Unfortunately, it seems no special prosecutor is ever able to come out and say, look, I investigated, there is nothing there.

    Once they build the organization and spend the money, I think they feel obligated to “show results”.

  37. jason says:

    “Barack Obama has made a last-minute intervention in the French presidential election in support of Emmanuel Macron, saying “the success of France matters to the entire world”.

    Ok, he was no longer President, but does that mean Russian citizens can “intervene” also?

  38. Tim B says:

    Something’s off about the poll in the previous post. The 30-45 range is very conservative, more so than older age groups.

  39. jason says:

    I think Vonn, Rippon and others who have made the Olympics about their personal politics are selfish morons. They have made tremendous sacrifices and endured a lot of hardships and injuries to get where they are, granted, but they also benefited from the tremendous infrastructure and resources made available to them by the generosity of American citizens of all political persuasions. They owe it to them to represent the country not as political or partisan emissaries, but solely as athletes.

    That being said, I don’t want them to lose because I want the US to win and to do well in the medal count. If we start trying to pick who we want to win and lose based on politics, we are engaging in the same type of behavior.

  40. Tgca says:

    26 Jason

    Growing up in north Jersey, I recall the white trash folks of my family and neighborhood referring to Pennsylvania as “Pennsy” or whatever the correct spelling would be. My uncle married a bare-footing, dirty-footed, cut off jeans-wearing, barely out of her teens, high school drop out hillbilly with a kid, and after a few months she grabbed the kid and some of his household cash while he was at work and high tailed back to Pennsy because I guess she realized living in the boonies in Pennsy was way better than living in Newark in the 70s. I think she made the right choice and I hope her life turned out for the better than living with an abusive vile guy from Jersey.

    But thanks for the memories with the Pennsy comment. Hadn’t heard that in a couple of decades me thinks.

  41. ssq says:

    The Olympics are going on now?!?!”

    Yes, the Americans just scored a touchdown against India.

  42. jason says:

    Tgca, pretty interesting.

    As you know, I ain’t from around here, wasn’t familiar with the Pennsy term.

  43. jason says:

    I have now watched 248 hours of curling.

    I am ready to answer questions.

    For example do all stones weigh the same.

    No, they can weigh between 38 and 44 lbs.

    Are there doping tests for curlers?

    Yep, Russian athlete just got caught, expelled.

    What does it mean when they yell WO, WO, WO as the stone glides on the ice?

    I hope to find that out during the next 248 hours.

  44. Tgca says:

    I could not agree more on these Olympians. I believe their success has gone to their head like the Hollywood and NFL elites. I could care less if the men’s figure skater is gay, as if most of them are straight…whatever…but to politicize his great opportunity yo represent the US abroad to try and embarrass the VP is wrong. Why not speak out against the Korean folks as well then, as they are hardly a society of welcoming the gays. I could care less if he’s gay, straight, or ambiguous like Michael. He may have some legitimate concerns he wishes to bring forth to the VP but why publicize it the way he did? I think simply for attention. I would ask that if he’s so concerned with how gays are treated, maybe he start with how badly gays treat one another in the community. Their historical behavior towards one another would make the #MeToo crowd blush in many instances.

  45. DW says:

    45 – can you tell us the difference between Blank Ends, Stolen Ends, Ends won and Ends lost?

  46. DW says:

    Does Curling have anything to do with Moe and Larry?

  47. Tgca says:

    I know you ain’t from around here Jason. I think some here are working on having you deported too so beware. …and any decent white trash from Newark who don’t say

    Dawg
    Wawda
    Soder
    Baffroom
    Dis and dat

    makes me skeptical of their Jersey white trashcredentials.

    I’m proud of my Jersey EDUMACATION!!!

  48. Bitterlaw says:

    I believe you can love America and hate the President. I prefer that people keep it to themselves at the Olympics.

  49. Bitterlaw says:

    Tgca grew in Newark. I grew up in Ridgewood 13 Garden State Parkway Exirs away (13 miles). I never heard the term “Pennsylvania.”

  50. jason says:

    45 – can you tell us the difference between Blank Ends, Stolen Ends, Ends won and Ends lost?”

    Yes. I could.

  51. jason says:

    A-holes are experts on ends.

  52. JC says:

    @Jason

    I’ve watched like 8 curling games so far, and I’m still wondering what happens if one of the players accidentally knocks a stone with their feet or sweeper.

  53. Tgca says:

    I’ve been to Ridgewood many times. Unimpressed.

    Clearly us lil city folks in Newark were more sophisticated than our surrounding suburbs. Newark was the place to be in the 70s…if you were poor, on welfare, white trash, AA, and Latino, and into racial conflict and fighting.

    *sigh* how I miss running down the street being chased by 5 black kids during grade school. It was this diversity that allowed me to hone my running skills and win the 100 meter dash in later competition as an 8th Grader after moving to Hudson county with working class whites who could not understand how a white boy could run so fast.

  54. jason says:

    In North Korea or South Korea?

    In North Korea its execution by anti-aircraft gun.

    In South Korea its no kim chee for a week.

  55. jason says:

    There ia also back end in curling.

  56. jason says:

    I actually saw that happen during my 248 hours of watching.

    It’s called a burned rock, and you have 3 choices. Remove the stone from play, ignore it, or place it where you thought it would have ended without the interference.

  57. jason says:

    That is in response to kicking the stone.

  58. Tgca says:

    I love kim chee. I used to go to this awesome Korean barbecue when I lived in San Francisco on Polk Street. Back then I was not yet a vegetarian so I would indulge in spicy-*ss barbecue chicken and kim chee after the gym. My mouth would be on fire by the time I got home. It was a little place that only had 2 small tables so it sat a max of like 6 folks but almost everyone got their food to go. I swear these folks made a fortune in that lil business.

  59. jason says:

    Tgca is the toughest gay pansy I have ever seen.

  60. JC says:

    That skier that I mentioned in the other thread made sure not to leave the Olympics without the whole world seeing him kiss his boyfriend on tv.

    He claims in his own tweet posting the pic that he ‘didn’t know’ that the cameras were there. Yeah, BS. This is the same guy who had his boyfriend waving the gay flag after each of his runs, whose relative was wearing a pussy hat, and who said he’d be ‘glad not to shake Pence’s hand’.

    As I said, I’m no longer wasting an ounce of my time watching young athletes bring politics in sporting events. They can shove it.

    Maybe if this guy was more focused on skiing and less focused on making a political statement he would have gotten a medal.

  61. Tgca says:

    61

    You better believe it.
    I’m da man!!!
    Heyyyyyyyy girlfriend.

  62. jason says:

    Kim chee is good st-ff, unfortunately its not on the menu at the smorgasbord in Bird-in-Hand.

  63. JC says:

    jason says:
    February 19, 2018 at 11:46 am
    I actually saw that happen during my 248 hours of watching.

    It’s called a burned rock, and you have 3 choices. Remove the stone from play, ignore it, or place it where you thought it would have ended without the interference.
    —————

    I assume both parties must agree?

    Curling seems way too lax on regulations.

    BTW, I’ve never watched too much hockey, but it felt liberating watching players get physical and make contact without a rep stopping the game or calling fowl every few minutes. I wish other sports were this free flowing.

  64. jason says:

    The Canadian women removed a burnt stone from the Denmark team.

    The Danes were pissed, and ended up winning the match.

  65. jason says:

    I assume both parties must agree?”

    No, the aggrieved party has the choice.

    Removing the stone is considered being very aggressive.

  66. ssq says:

    ‘but it felt liberating watching players get physical”

    Puhhhlleaaasse, this is a family blog.

  67. JC says:

    ssq says:
    February 19, 2018 at 11:59 am
    ‘but it felt liberating watching players get physical”

    Puhhhlleaaasse, this is a family blog
    —————

    Maybe there’s a reason why I prefer watching women’s hockey…

  68. Tgca says:

    Kim chee is not for everyone. My Latin blood allows me to tolerate spicy food but Kim chee, like certain Indian dishes, can push me to my limits. What is it about mouth-burning, eye-tearing, nose-sniffling, forehead-sweating, skin-flushing food do we find enjoyable? How is it that some 80 year-old 100 pound Korean woman can imbibe kim chee without a wince and the rest of us exhibit signs of extreme stress?

  69. DW says:

    Has a Curling match ever resulted in a fist fight? Has anyone ever picked up a stone and knocked an opponent over the head with it?

  70. MichiganGuy says:

    First day of early voting in Texas primary. Here is a poll if, anyone care. lol

    https://www.texastribune.org/2018/02/19/uttt-poll-clear-sailing-abbott-patrick-uncertain-waters-bush-miller/

  71. JC says:

    DW says:
    February 19, 2018 at 12:36 pm
    Has a Curling match ever resulted in a fist fight? Has anyone ever picked up a stone and knocked an opponent over the head with it?
    ———————

    I assume that the whole concept of sliding stones on ice dates back to the Stone Age, so probably.

  72. MichiganGuy says:

    Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District TV Debate Tonight!
    .
    Republican Rick Saccone and Democrat Conor Lamb will participate in their first debate.
    .
    http://www.post-gazette.com/news/politics-local/2018/02/16/Conor-Lamb-Rick-Saccone-debate-KDKA-Monday-night/stories/201802160171

  73. mnw says:

    I’m irritated that Lamb is running the time-honored blue Dog Democrat scam, “I’m a different kind of Democrat! I’m opposed to any kind of gun control, & I won’t vote to re-elect Nancy Pelosi as Speaker, either! I’m almost a Republican, only better!”

  74. Bitterlaw says:

    Oh no, JC. A gay guy kissed his boyfriend. Shut down the Olympics. Straight guy kisses girlfriend? No big deal.

  75. Bitterlaw says:

    Tgca is a vegetarian? Damn. So many jokes about ” meat” just got tossed.

  76. Chicon says:

    77 – tossed like a salad?

  77. DW says:

    Things are dull today–time for a geography quiz, and NO looking at Google Maps or other resources:

    Which statement is true?

    1) Chicago, IL is due north of a South American country.
    2) Part of Florida is in the tropics.
    3) Part of Alaska is due north of New Zealand.
    4) The northernmost part of Minnesota is further north than London, England.

  78. JC says:

    Nice ‘absurd absolute’ there Bitter. Take a simple opinion (not wanting political advocacy in sports) and twist it to an absurd extreme so that you can make an assertion of homophobia. Your fellow virtue signaling compatriots would be proud.

    BL, I think you genuinely suffer from a superiority complex. All you do here is look for ways you can twist other’s comments to mean something that they clearly didn’t intend and then criticize that misinterpretation.

    I know I’m not the only one who has criticized you for purposely taking comments out of context just so you can make some moral proclamation that no one cares about. Stop putting words in people’s mouths.

  79. Bitterlaw says:

    Poor JC. Always a victim. He starts his post by talking about the athlete kissing his boyfriend then feels that I am being superior by saying he would have no issue if it was a guy and a girl.

    JC constantly starts a post with a bold statement and then complains when challenged on it.

    I am not superior in any way except for my incredible indifference to most of the things JC gets upset about.

  80. Cash Cow TM says:

    Burning a stone?

    How about passing a stone?
    ————————————–
    NJ lingo…
    for “other” people in Jersey say “udder”.

  81. jason says:

    All seem possible, DW.

  82. Cash Cow TM says:

    Here at San Jose airport in Costa Rica.
    Got here at 10:30…flight takes off for PanamaCity at 3.

    Trying together a part time job here at airport to pass the time.

    Heap big smoke seen on way to airport…about a mile maybe from airport. Big billowing black smoke. Can find nothing about what was on fire…

  83. Bitterlaw says:

    I actually have been disappointed in gay people. When they outside the mainstream society or being activists, they just seemed more fabulous.

    Now that they can get married, they seem pretty dull.

    What happened, Tgca?

  84. jason says:

    Hey Cow, Elizabeth Warren is sending you a message you dummy.

  85. DW says:

    Cash Cow should be pretty good at geography. Does Cow have an answer to the Geography puzzler in #79?

  86. jason says:

    Gays tried for decades to be accepted. Now that they are accepted, it seems that they want to make sure everyone knows they are different.

  87. JC says:

    @81

    You literally just said nothing. Once again you offer nothing but petty and purposeful misinterpretations.

    You didn’t ‘challenge’ my opinion to not have political advocacy in sports. What you did was hallucinate a nefarious position I did not have or suggest and then attacked this imaginary claim.

    Just like when you accused Hugh of wanting to hire wife beaters and then called him a dirtbag.

  88. jason says:

    My answer was all of them.

  89. jason says:

    Nice ‘absurd absolute’ there Bitter.

    I don’t really know what it means, but since its a novel insult it deserves a few points.

  90. Bitterlaw says:

    If any athlete wore a MAGA hat, he would praise them. Does anybody doubt that?

  91. JC says:

    @jason

    We all accept gays here. But did you clap for five minutes after Rippons fabulously gay performance? Bitterlaw did! And he wants everyone to know that he clapped the longest, because that’s how accepting he is!

    Bitter saw one guy clap for ONLY two minutes. Bitter wants everyone to know that he severely condemns such blatant lack of virtue and respect, unlike himself.

  92. JC says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    February 19, 2018 at 3:16 pm
    If any athlete wore a MAGA hat, he would praise them. Does anybody doubt that
    ———————

    Actually I wouldn’t. In fact, I was one of the few conservatives criticizing Tim Tebow for bringing his religion on the field.

    Just like I hate it when I see political statements in movies. Even if I agree with it, I still hate it. I want to be entertained, not virtues.

  93. JC says:

    ‘Absurd Absolute’ is a term Scott Adams coined. I’m sure there’s a more known technical name fir it, but basically it describes when someone takes your position out of extreme context to claim you support something that you don’t.

    For example; if you say you want to protect the second amendment, someone might say,

    “So, you are perfectly OK with a bunch of school kids being shot!”

  94. Bitterlaw says:

    Zzzzzzzzz. I had to look up who Rippon is.

    I don’t think you get it, JC. The First Amendment is my favorite Amendment. I would prefer that athletes and entertainers keep their views to themselves. However, if they choose not to be quiet, I support them. If their employer decides to them for views expressed on work time, I support the employer. Hope that is not too much virtue for you.

  95. Tgca says:

    I am not a big fan of PDA. My view is that you keep your affection in the bedroom with curtains drawn and lights off and loud playing music or TV so no one else can hear the details.

    That being said, at times people kiss or hug to show joy or support in public, and that is fine by me. What I don’t like is when it’s phony or forced to make a point. If you think kissing someone is going to force me to accept or believe in something, you clearly miscalculated. This can be applied to gay or straight. Anyone remember the Michael Jackson/Lisa Marie Presley kiss? How about the Al Gore planting one on Tipper at the convention? So if it strikes me as genuine, and unstaged, go for it. Otherwise,I just roll my eyes at the failed attempt to influence me.

  96. JC says:

    An athlete wearing a MAGA hat would make me cringe. Keep that sh!t off the field.

  97. DW says:

    90 – wrong…only one of them is true.

  98. Bitterlaw says:

    Zzzzzzz. Am I ok with people being shot? No. Can I do anything about it? No. I am ok with being powerless. I read at HHR that no solution is possible.

  99. JC says:

    However, if they choose not to be quiet, I support them. If their employer decides to them for views expressed on work time, I support the employer. Hope that is not too much virtue for you.
    ———————

    And all I said was that I don’t support them if they bring it on the field. That’s my right.

    Then you accused me of wanting to shut down the Olympics. No thanks, I’ll settle for tuning out.

  100. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Bitter, jason et al
    Your PA Supreme Court just redrew the PA Congressional map and from what I read on Red Racing Horses, the PA delegation will go from a 13-5 GOP advantage to a 10-8 Republican advantage. So the Democrats have just gained 3 Congressional seats this year!

    https://rrhelections.com/index.php/2018/02/19/pa-state-supreme-court-releases-new-congressional-map/#comments

  101. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    85. “I actually have been disappointed in gay people. When they outside the mainstream society or being activists, they just seemed more fabulous. Now that they can get married, they seem pretty dull.”

    The reason “flamboyant” gays are seen as fabulous is they represent a caricature, which is non-threatening to people. The “dull” ones who act normal are like everyone else, which makes many people uncomfortable. There are a huge number of gays in San Diego who serve in the Navy and Marine Corp. — unless they inform you of their sexual orientation, there is no way you can tell they are gay.

  102. Tgca says:

    93 JC

    BULL DINKY!!!

    I don’t think all here accept gays. Tolerate maybe, accept no.

    I myself refuse to accept Michael in his salmon-colored jacket. I don’t care how gay you are, there is no reason for a man to wear a salmon-colored jacket. It just ain’t right. I can’t accept that. Sorry! Call me a bigot but I ain’t there yet with men wearing salmon colored clothing.

  103. JC says:

    @Tgca

    That exactly how I feel.

  104. Tgca says:

    103

    ….unless you got GAYDAR!!!

  105. jason says:

    A fairly balanced MSM article on “collusion”. Still tries hard to find something that is not there, but does make a reasonable attempt to describe a no collusion scenario.

    https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/02/18/confessions-of-a-russiagate-skeptic-217024

  106. JC says:

    “Michael in his salmon-colored jacket”
    —————

    Hey, I actually liked that jacket.

    BTW, what do you think of Milo?

  107. JC says:

    Milo is a caricature for sure

  108. Tgca says:

    Btw, I will defend Tim Tebow because besides being a sweet, attractive guy, his intent was genuine. He was not trying to make a point to others, but instead he genuinely takes moments to practice his faith. No difference than saying grace at meals or expressing the sign of the cross when passing a church. If practicing his faith makes others uncomfortable, that’s their problem. Unlike Kapernick who was trying to force a point and is known for engaging in anti-police views…sorry…wearing pig socks mocking please is making a point.

  109. JC says:

    When I say that’s how I feel, I was referring to comment 97

  110. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    106. “unless you got GAYDAR!!!”

    Have found a lot of gay males “GAYDAR” is based on hope and not reality.

  111. Tgca says:

    I love Milo! He makes me laugh. He is so ridiculously and purposely flamboyant, and overly obnoxious but st the same time articulate that it drives the left bonkers. That could’ve been me if only I were flamboyant and had a cool English accent. But alas, ‘‘twas not to be.

  112. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    106. I knew a girl who once claimed she had “GAYDAR.” She could go into a gay bar and find the two straight guys dancing with each other.

  113. JC says:

    Here’s a great deconstruction of The Hill’s ‘furious tweetstorm’ hit piece that Drudge is for some reason promoting:

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2018/02/trump-vs-the-hill.php

  114. Tgca says:

    Well, my Gaydar has never failed me yet. You’d be surprised how many married or supposedly straight men there are out there are not who they appear. Check out Grindr or Craigslist and you’ll find tons of married dads looking for that side action.

  115. Tgca says:

    Oh those f*g hags can be annoying. They think because they hang with gay men that they got the gift. Generally, they think any guy not interested them is gay. I never had my own f*g hag but then again,, the opportunity really ne er presented itself since I don’t hang with chubby chicks that much.

  116. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    116. Speaking of Tebow, where is your Gaydar on this video?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ojXkblN7pC0

  117. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Bitter, jason et al
    Here is your new Congressional map. What say you?

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/02/19/pennsylvania-supreme-court-issues-new-election-map.html

  118. Tgca says:

    I swear this Cruz kid looks like he’s possessed. Mental illness is a sad and horrible thing but what is the point of his life now? How does one get past what he did? It’s not like an accidental killing, crime of passion, or drunken stupor where folks can excuse one horrible deed. His life really has no value to society now. He has no one to look after or care for him. He’s truly alone as one can ever be. You can’t start over from that sh*t. It’s horroble to say, but he’d best serve himself and the community of taking his life. He wil never have any sense of normalcy again.

  119. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    117. “the opportunity really ne er presented itself since I don’t hang with chubby chicks that much.”

    So if we get you around nice thin chicks, we can get you to go the other way?

  120. Tgca says:

    All men get a little flamboyant every now and then when they’re both nervous and excited. Doesn’t mean he’s gay. Geez! We have guys on HHR who know show tunes. Now that’s gaaaaaay but doesn’t mean they prefer to play catch with the other guys.

  121. Robbie says:

    What the Pennsylvania supreme court has done with its congressional map is nothing short of a partisan crime.

    The law clearly calls for the legislature to create congressional maps, yet the court totally disregarded that and simply made their own.

    An immediate appeal to SCOTUS should be field, but I doubt anything will come of it. SCOTUS already ignored their last appeal.

    If SCOTUS ignores the usurpation of power but the state court, then the legislature should go ahead and follow through with their vow to impeach the justices.

  122. Tgca says:

    121

    Well, yes, depending on the chick, and since I’ve done it before I’m sure it’s just like riding a bike, and it’ll come back easy.

    …but then again, I was an awful bike rider…but I could rollerblade, if that counts.

  123. JC says:

    @Robbie

    When you’re not trolling you actually do have some good points.

    The judicial system is the most corrupt, unrestricted, and despotic branch in the government. It’s been that way for a long time.

    We definitely need new checks on the judiciary.

  124. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #123
    Hell freezes over. Robbie and I AGREE.
    I suspect that SCOTUS will put a stay on this map at least for the 2018 election.

  125. Tgca says:

    It’s disgusting what these judges are doing. They know no boundaries. I think it’s time we dispense with the constitution and make Trump king and let them rule as they see fit.

    Hail King Donald!
    Hail Queen Melania!
    Hail Princess Ivanka!
    Hail Prince Baron!

  126. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    122. “All men get a little flamboyant every now and then when they’re both nervous and excited. Doesn’t mean he’s gay.”

    Agree. Another issue is I believe he was home schooled. So he did not experience the pressure that adolescent boys usually do to act in a certain “masculine” way.

  127. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    We are agreeing with Robbie, and have Tgca considering being with a woman. An interesting day!

  128. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    This 5 minute video about gun control “conversations” is funny. Even Bitter will smile!

    https://legalinsurrection.com/2018/02/calling-for-gun-control-while-hitler-is-in-the-white-house-makes-you-sound-suicidal/

  129. JC says:

    @sheeple

    Lol. I’m passing that video around

  130. Wes says:

    The courts are now orwellian tools used by Democrats to gain power.

  131. jason says:

    Wow, I might even give up llamas.

    Nahhhh…

  132. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    130. Great video!

    People need to remember the American Revolution began when a bunch of people with private guns confronted the British at the Lexington-Concord Bridge in 1775.

  133. DW says:

    Now you PA people feel the pain we did here in VA when perfectly legitimate congressional lines were overturned by an activist judge who appointed a California university professor to draw new lines for us.

    Legislating from the bench. Founding fathers would come out of their graves. Judges were never to have this sort of power.

  134. Wes says:

    Blame it on Marbury v. Madison, DW. The courts appointed themselves unaccountable dictators for life, and no one ever challenged their unconstitutional usurpation of authority.

    Bad as he was, at least Andrew Jackson stood up to John Marshall’s self-appointed tyranny.

  135. janz says:

    So, I wonder where all this will end? Even though the tax reform legislation is kicking in and has become popular, the turmoil around Trump only seems to broaden. Whether it’s Russian intrigue, inappropriate twitter exchanges, allegations of abusive affairs with women, congressional infighting, racism, being unsympathetic to school shootings — the list not only grows but becomes more heated.

    Trump just can’t seem to get a handle on the news cycle or even his own personal affairs. While I support many of his policies, I don’t think he is doing himself or the country any favors by not being more cautions, self-aware and/or discreet in how he manages his WH or the revolving issues and crisis of the country.

  136. DW says:

    138 – and that was all expected of his presidency. I agree on your points, but this was all known prior to the election. He is still light years ahead of Hillary Clinton.

  137. DW says:

    Things are dull today–time for a geography quiz, and NO looking at Google Maps or other resources:

    Which statement is true?

    1) Chicago, IL is due north of a South American country.
    2) Part of Florida is in the tropics.
    3) Part of Alaska is due north of New Zealand.
    4) The northernmost part of Minnesota is further north than London, England.

    The correct answer is 3. One of the western-most islands of Alaska is directly due north of New Zealand.

    Once you leave the North American continent, there is nothing but Pacific ocean south of Chicago.

    Florida is completely north of the tropics.

    The entirety of Minnesota is further south than London.

  138. DW says:

    Attu is the Alaskan Island north of New Zealand. This island is actually close to Russia, to the north and the west. We used to have a Coast Guard station there, but it was abandoned in 2010. This was the island famous for a WWII battle in 1943 where our brave men recaptured the island after the Japanese took it over and made captives of the indigenous inhabitants.

    You can find on the web photos of WWII ruins still on the island. Aircraft, pumping stations, military barracks, etc. Its sort of a time capsule in that regard.

  139. janz says:

    “He is still light years ahead of Hillary Clinton.”

    DW, yes, he is. I am simply becoming worn down by how DJT too frequently shoots himself needlessly in the foot with some of his short-sighted, glib comments. I am also feeling it’s more likely than not the House will be controlled by the dems, following the 2018 midterms, which means 2 years of impeachment hearings is also likely — IOW, more political drama!

  140. JC says:

    @janz

    We voted for Trump to drain the swamp. Did you think this was going to be easy? Or that the established powers would just give up without a fight?

    This administration is systematically dismantling the old power structure. The establishment is trying to stop it. This causes chaos.

  141. Tina says:

    One of the school shooting victims’ dad works in the fbi.

    He was one likely coached about violence.

  142. mnw says:

    Heidi Hi did a high-5 with Schumer when the late-term abortion ban bill was defeated.

    There is film.

    Hmm-hmm!

  143. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    143. “We voted for Trump to drain the swamp. Did you think this was going to be easy? Or that the established powers would just give up without a fight?”

    A post from May 2017 summed up the situation we are in:

    wvally says:
    May 12, 2017 at 6:51 pm

    “Take 10 steps back from the controversies of the day, and ask yourself: over the long term, will Trump have done more damage to the left or the right?
    Prior to the election many Rs were worried he would destroy the Republican Party. I don’t think so. He’s not a conservative and everyone knows he’s at odds with the R establishment.
    What Trump has been most successful at is truly exposing the collusion between MSM and the left. And the fact that the media fabricates and lies. It’s now widely accepted. After he’s long gone their reputation is still ruined.
    Smart, politically adept Rs of the future should be able to use this to their advantage and not be as cowed by media and political correctness as Rs of the past.
    What is frustrating for many, I think, is that it is so obvious the media credibility has been destroyed, and if Trump weren’t such a nut he could be capitalizing on it “bigly”.
    But if he weren’t such a nut he wouldn’t have had the balls to challenge them so boldly in the first place.
    I’m grateful for the judges, and interruption of forward progress of leftist agenda the federal government. I’m sanguine about the day to day.”

  144. janz says:

    That was a well written blast from the past reminder, San Diego. Sometimes, though, living in CA, around a majority of people who disparage the president 24/7, creates brain fatigue when mindfully countering their remarks.

  145. Robbie says:

    The next time Tinfoil Tina uses Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit as a source, just remember that he spent today attacking a Parkland student who survived the shooting massacre claiming he was coached by the FBI to attack Trump.

    Disgusting, but I have no doubt the MAGA morons and the red hat brigades will find nothing wrong with this.

    Jim Hoft?
    @gatewaypundit

    EXPOSED: School Shooting Surviver Turned Activist David Hogg’s Father in FBI, Appears To Have Been Coached On Anti-Trump Lines [VIDEO]

  146. janz says:

    This latest school shooting, where the Dems & MSM seem to be adroitly exploiting young people’s grief & fears, while soft-shoeing the FBI’s sloppiness, as DJT tweets nonstop, seems like wrong variables to figuring out a serious solution to violence in this country.

  147. Tina says:

    Has anybody seen the jebots?

    But muh trump jr?

  148. Tina says:

    Well, the fbi was warned, janz, and they did fail, as did the local police authorities. 30 plus calls.

    The push to put mental patients onto the streets is asinine.

  149. Tina says:

    It is nice to see you here, janz. I missed your posts. It seems like you posted sparingly.

  150. Tina says:

    Local authorites = Broward County.

  151. Tina says:

    Broward Sheriff Department.

    They went heavily pc in 2010

  152. Bitterlaw says:

    My Congressional District was the 7th. Now it will be the 5th. When I ran in 2002, I ran in the 2d. Now it will the 3rd.

  153. Tina says:

    The jebots are upset that muleheads indictments are weak.

    And rightfully put the blame on the obumbler.

  154. Tina says:

    Larry Schweikart
    Larry Schweikart
    @LarrySchweikart
    ·
    4h
    Ricard Baris @PPDNews showing Trump over 51% in FL, which is right in line w voter registrationchanges I have tracked.

    Allow for “disapproves” who will be gettable when Ds have a real commie candidate, Trump will win FL in 2020 by 55-56%

    Will be tough possibly for the drats to take florida in 2020, in addition to ohio, unless they grt a phony r to assist.

  155. lisab says:

    People need to remember the American Revolution began when a bunch of people with private guns confronted the British at the Lexington-Concord Bridge in 1775.
    ———————————
    actually first on lexington green

    and later at

    concord bridge

  156. Tina says:

    The blame also has to be put on governor scott.m his agency failed.

    Fbi, as it stands now, is useless. It has done nothing but wrong since before 9-11.

    Twa

    9-11

    Thr boston marathon bombers.

    U1

    jihadi one offs.

    Comedy and the russian hoax.

    Etc.

  157. Diamond Jim says:

    My Congressional District was the 7th. Now it will be the 5th. When I ran in 2002, I ran in the 2d. Now it will the 3rd.

    Fascinating.

  158. Tina says:

    I give wray a few more months, if he cannot ckean house. He and sesssions need to go,

    Wray inherited a mess from comedy and mccabe, the teo coup plotters.

  159. Tina says:

    And before the jebots borrow a line uh lie from the drats, failure is at the top, not the bottom.

    Failure is the leadership,

    Failure is choosing an attorney to head the fbi, instead of a cop.

  160. lisab says:

    the british commanders at lexington and concord were also terrible … they almost did not make it back to boston

  161. Tina says:

    Facebook executive Colin Stretch told the US Senate Judiciary Committee in November that the total number of those illegitimate ads are a drop in the ocean — less than 0.004 percent of all content — or about 1 in 23,000 news feed items.

    The Russians also planned election rallies for Trump and for Hillary.

    The Trump rallies saw a total of 31 people show up.
    The anti-Trump rallies had a turnout of 10,100 people.

  162. Tina says:

    Byron York
    Byron York
    @ByronYork
    Total election spending: $2.4 billion. Total Russian Facebook ad buy: $100,000. Total Clinton/Trump Facebook ad buys: $81 million. Russian Facebook ad buy in PA: $300. MI: $832. WI: $1979 (all but $54 before primary). Quote below from Sen. Burr:
    (link: https://twitter.com/Alt_Spicerlies/status/965627342990336000) twitter.com/Alt_Spicerlies…

    This is why her thighness lost.

    Mulehead must be smoking the same stuff as Coreeeeee.

  163. Bitterlaw says:

    I will type slowly so JC might understand.

    1. I do not approve of Democrats using the Parkland shooting victims to push their agenda.

    2. I respect the students themselves for speaking out. If somebody murdered my friends, my rage could not be contained and I would not be silent.

    3. Nothing will ever change but I hope the survivors can move forward. It is unimaginable that they will ever find peace.

  164. Tina says:

    Likes
    Byron York’s Tweets
    Byron York
    Byron York
    @ByronYork
    ·
    4h
    Yes.
    RT @brithume: When Trump kept talking about Russia probe “hoax” it seems clear he was referring to investigation as it applied to him. Why? Because that’s how he looks at nearly everything

  165. Tina says:

    Byron York
    Byron York
    @ByronYork
    ·
    8h
    Read Mueller indictment in conjunction with social media execs’ testimony. Russian influence operation described in indictment small, poorly funded, level of effectiveness impossible to measure. No, not Pearl Harbor, not 9/11.

    Is this it?

  166. lisab says:

    colonists: i support the minutemen shooting back at the redcoats at concord and chasing them back to boston! down with king george!

    bitterlaw: i am sure if the colonists at hhr were cheering the king loudly during the french and indian war

  167. jason says:

    2. I respect the students themselves for speaking out.”

    Zzzzzz… I don’t.

    Just because they lost their friends doesn’t make them right on whatever they say. Plus, you can bet they are being influenced and being used, which is revolting.

    This is MSM drivel, I am surprised Bitter is taking this bait.

  168. Bitterlaw says:

    Just because they lost their friends doesn’t make them right on whatever they say.

    GFY. I did not say I agreed with what they said. I can always count on you to be a small a a-hole.

  169. jason says:

    Bitter wants to be on the fence on everything.

    False equivalencies.

  170. jason says:

    “I did not say I agreed with what they said”

    So you “respect them” for speaking garbage?

    Okayyyy

  171. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason is pretty cold and unemotional about these killings. He’s lucky, I guess. I read all of the biographies of the victims and the stories on their funerals. I owe it to them. I’m used to the ritual by now.

  172. Bitterlaw says:

    So you “respect them” for speaking garbage?

    Why is it garbage just because I don’t agree with it? I respect their rage and right to speak.

  173. Bitterlaw says:

    False equivalencies.

    Glad to see Jason has a new catch phrase. I’m just sorry he has to make things up in order to use it.

  174. jason says:

    Jason is pretty cold and unemotional about these killings”

    BS. I have kids still in college and I worry about them.

    But one a-hole shooting up a school doesn’t change my mind on the 2nd Amendment or liberties that have endured over centuries.

    The fact is the shootings are perpetrated by people who don’t obey gun laws.

    All the Dems and the MSM want to do is punish law abiding gun owners for actions by criminals, nut cases, and terrorists.

    If students want to buy into that, I don’t have to “respect them”.

    GFY.

  175. jason says:

    I respect their rage and right to speak.”

    Right to speak, fine. Nobody said they couldn’t speak.

    Rage, no.

    It’s being directed at the wrong target.

  176. jason says:

    I read all of the biographies of the victims and the stories on their funerals.”

    Wow, so you think you deserve a freaking medal for that?

    I read a lot of biographies of the victims of 9/11.

    And you know who I blame?

    The terrorists that killed them.

  177. Tina says:

    If somebody fed them answers, and this may be the case, that is reprehensible.

    The one kid, the son of the retured fbi dad, appears to have been coached.

  178. Bitterlaw says:

    The fact is the shootings are perpetrated by people who don’t obey gun laws.

    I agree with you. I have never suggested taking away a single gun or blamed gun owners (except the shooters). Buy as many guns as you want. I have said this my entire time at HHR.

    I will never own a gun for a very simple reason. There have been times I probably would have used it to end my life. The past 5 months is one of those times. I’m sure there will be others. I don’t know how to tie knots and I am afraid of heights. A gun would be the easiest way out and I am safer without them around.

  179. Tina says:

    U.S. Secret Service
    @SecretService
    FACT CHECK: Reports about Secret Service agents tackling a host nation official during the President’s trip to China in Nov 2017 are false

    But, but the jebot media said otherwise.

  180. jason says:

    Why is it garbage just because I don’t agree with it?”

    Ahhh, I see.

    Anything the MSM and the Democrats say deserve “respect”.

    I got it.

  181. jason says:

    Bitter, you don’t have to justify why you don’t own a gun. And you shouldn’t kill yourself either, it sounds like you have a great family who would miss you.

    It’s just that I know that 99% of the people who propose “sensible gun laws” are not sensible people and don’t care about sensible gun laws.

  182. jason says:

    I don’t know how to tie knots and I am afraid of heights.”

    There are other ways.

    I would probably watch one of Obama’s SOTU speeches, it would probably trigger a fatal stroke.

  183. lisab says:

    on a happier note the french skater Gabriella Papadakis had a wardrobe malfunction at the olympic ice dancing competition and showed her breast on a world-wide stage …

    why is it a happier note?

    a.) she is french, so she is probably topless a good part of the day already

    b.) she is pretty

    c.) somehow, it did not happen to me … although she and i seem to wear the same size ice dancing costume!

  184. Bitterlaw says:

    That is not what I said, you stupid llama-f*cker.

    My first point was that I did not approve of Democrats using these students. However, you are the one who does not believe any survivor could speak without a script handed to them. I am sure some were coached but not all.

  185. lisab says:

    It’s just that I know that 99% of the people who propose “sensible gun laws” are not sensible people and don’t care about sensible gun laws.
    ———————–

    trump equals hitler

    but it is a good idea to ban all guns ….

    mmmmmmmmkay

  186. jason says:

    This will be good….

    “West Palm Beach, Florida (CNN)President Donald Trump will attend next month’s tony Gridiron Club dinner in Washington, putting the President in the same room with many of the country’s top journalists he has castigated in his first year in office.
    Trump opted not to attend last year’s invite only white-tie dinner where dozens of Washington’s top journalists dine and perform comedic musical numbers. The annual dinner typically includes both journalists and politicians and features jokes about both sides of the aisle.
    “We are pleased to announce that President Donald J. Trump will attend the Gridiron Club’s 133rd Anniversary Spring Dinner on March 3,” the club announced on Monday. “Since its founding in 1885, the Gridiron Club has had a standing invitation to the President of the United States to attend our annual dinner, and President Trump is continuing a tradition dating back to our start.”

  187. Bitterlaw says:

    I should not have called you a llama-f*cker. MD always said family was off limits at HHR.

  188. jason says:

    Now let’s see how many journolists say they won’t attend.

  189. Phil says:

    Thanks Pennsylvania. It was going to be tough to hold the House narrowly as it was. Thanks to their sudden new map we are looking at a 5 or 6 district flip in that state alone. Tough year anyway when Republicans only had 23 seats to play with nationally to begin with.

    I hate that state. With the exception of the last presidential cycle, that state continually is god’s gift to the Democratic Party. Who ever heard of entirely new district lines drawn eight years into the last census.

  190. jason says:

    However, you are the one who does not believe any survivor could speak without a script handed to them. I am sure some were coached but not all.”

    Llama f-cker? Thanks for the points.

    No, I didn’t say that at all. My comment had to do with the content of their comments, whatever the origin.

    Some might already be leftist tools and came up with their own drivel. Others were told to say the same drivel.

    My point is none of this deserves “respect”.

    And what I actually said was:

    “Plus, you can bet they are being influenced and being used, which is revolting.”

    Does anyone really doubt the students are being influenced and used by the MSM?

  191. jason says:

    Who ever heard of entirely new district lines drawn eight years into the last census.”

    It’s called elections have consequences.

    A bunch of moonbat liberals were elected to the PA Supreme Court.

  192. Redmen4ever says:

    Cook moved ND to toss-up.

    Minnie the Moocher North Dakota style

    She loved a bloke by the name Obama
    Even though he wasn’t natural born
    He took her down to Washington town
    And showed her how to spread the pork around

    Heidi Heidi Heidi hi
    Heidi Heidi Heidi ho
    Heidi Heidi Heidi he
    Heidi Heidi Heidi go

    Poor Min, Poor Min, Poor Min

  193. Phil says:

    Yeah, consequences. Hello Speaker Pelosi.

    Wonderful.

  194. Bitterlaw says:

    Phil – Politics and taxes don’t even make the top 20 reasons on my list of why to live somewhere. You hate PA. I would hate living in Texas.

  195. Bitterlaw says:

    CC

  196. Phil says:

    You’ve made that clear time and again.

  197. lisab says:

    even i would not say i would 100% hate to live in texas, having never been there

    i am pretty sure that would be the case, but i’m not 100% sure

  198. Bitterlaw says:

    I just wanted to balance your hatred of PA.

  199. lisab says:

    well … in fairness i have been to pa

  200. Phil says:

    I don’t hate the whole state – just Philly and the Philly collar counties. The new MD no doubt fits right in there.

    I rather like the rest of the state – talking politically here.

  201. jason says:

    I’ve lived both in PA and TX. The scrapple is better in PA. The tacos de cabeza (beef head meat tacos) are better in Texas.

  202. jason says:

    Phil, I lived in Houston in a district Dems rarely ever contested.

    Where I live now in PA more Republican and more conservative than where I was in TX.

  203. Phil says:

    Yep, it isn’t the state as a whole. I should have made that clear. It matters specifically where in the state you live. I would take anywhere in the T in Pa any day of the week over moonbat Austin in my own state. Again, speaking poltically.

  204. Proud Obamacon says:

    “I hate that state.”

    Good, stay in your utopia. Hint, soon you will hate Texas too LOL

    “Who ever heard of entirely new district lines drawn eight years into the last census.”

    Well, you do something unconstitutional, the judicial branch can overturn it. Might want to check your Constitution there, sport.

    WORST.PREZ.EVAH

  205. Phil says:

    Great. The moonbat is back again with his Texas is going blue drivel.

    Governor Wendy Davis says hi….”sport”

    LMAO

  206. Proud Obamacon says:

    Good one Phil the Thrill!

    Now you can go back to worshipping your hero of a president LOL Worst.Prez.Evah and looks like scholars agree! As usual, I’m ahead of the curve.. SPORT!

  207. Proud Obamacon says:

    Senator Roy Moore says hi back to ya SPORT

  208. Proud Obamacon says:

    As does Governor Gillespie !

  209. mnw says:

    PA-18 debate:

    I read an account in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

    Nothing remarkable.

    My theory is that these things only make a difference if one candidate makes a gaffe, or seems drunk or something.

    Asked if there was any issue on which he differed with Trump, Saccone said that they root for different NFL teams. Not my cup of tea, but probably harmless.

  210. Mr.Vito says:

    “why is it a happier note?”

    No one noticed because she has no boobs.

  211. lisab says:

    No one noticed because she has no boobs.
    ——————————

    she’s my sista from france!

  212. Proud Obamacon says:

    The olympics are on? 34c or higher please. Anything smaller, sorry not interested. Small hands, small boobs, you get the picture.

  213. Paul says:

    Parkland kids being coached is one of the most ridiculous things I’ve heard.

    I’m sure if my son or daughter went through a traumatic experience, they’d want me trying to tell them what to say. They’d probably say FU if I tried that.

  214. Chicon says:

    Tina linked to this earlier. Instructive and informative article on the Flynn case. I suspect mnw would enjoy it.

    http://thefederalist.com/2018/02/19/michael-flynns-plea-reversal-uncover-federal-corruption/

  215. Proud Obamacon says:

    Phil hates the Parkland kids too. Poor poor soul, filled with so much hatred.

  216. lisab says:

    4c or higher please.
    ——–

    you won’t like the ice dancers i’m afraid

  217. Proud Obamacon says:

    “you won’t like the ice dancers i’m afraid”

    Already knew that, I prefer WWE

  218. Proud Obamacon says:

    Puppies!

  219. jason says:

    Hey Proud ObamaCON don’t worry about PA, how is your Marxist dream working out in Venezuelaa?

    “AS food shortages, looting and protests worsen in Venezuela and the political, social and economic situation in continues to deteriorate, the outside world is moving against its leaders.

    The European Union has imposed economic and travel sanctions against seven senior Venezuelan officials accused of human rights abuses or breaching the rule of law in the crisis-ridden country.

    The EU’s move comes after US authorities levied sanctions against dozens of Venezuela’s leaders, including President Nicolas Maduro last week.

    But it may do little to ease things for the people of a country which is free-falling into full-blown crisis

    Looters have ransacked trucks, supermarkets and liquor stores across the nation of 30 million people, which ranks as one of the most violent in the world.

    Worsening food shortages and out-of-control inflation, have seen of looting, protests and pillaging escalate since the start of 2018, claiming the lives of at least seven people.

    Venezuelans are so broke and hungry that on Margarita Island, a fishing boat returning with its catch of sardines was raided by a hungry mob who waded into the sea.”

  220. Proud Obamacon says:

    Jason with his usual drivel about Venezuela .. yawn

  221. jason says:

    I bet Proud ObamaCON is really enthralled with the North Korean cheerleaders.

  222. Proud Obamacon says:

    And there’s the NK post.. well done, SPORT. Will we get a Cuba and/or Soviet Union post today?? Stay tuned! LOL

  223. jason says:

    Poor ObamaCON bastard still has not digested the break-up of the Soviet Union and now Trump.

    It must really suck to be a little Marxist turd pining for the communist revolution.

  224. jason says:

    Proud ObamaCON thinks maybe come the revolution he will be something in life, a standout in the nanny state.

    In reality he would be a low level apparatchik flunky, probably charged with making up lists of his neighbors to be sent to re-education camps.

  225. jason says:

    Well, you do something unconstitutional, the judicial branch can overturn it.”

    What’s constitutional in PA is that the legislature draws up the congressional districts. Nothing unconstitutional about it.

    The PA Supreme Court is loaded with leftist activist judges that want to legislate from the bench.

    Just the kind of judges Trump will be fast replacing on the federal bunch.

  226. jason says:

    LOL

    “One of the revelations in Friday’s indictment handed down by Special Counsel Robert Mueller was that alleged Russian attempts to sow disunity in 2016 included the organization of both pro- and anti-Trump rallies in New York City on the Saturday after Election Day.

    A check of their November 12 coverage showed both CNN and MSNBC gave enthusiastic coverage to the Russian-organized anti-Trump rally that day, with live reports every hour. Correspondents celebrated the idea that it was “a love rally,” and repeated the marchers’ anti-Trump mantras, such as: “We reject the President-elect.”

  227. Tina says:

    Chicon, it is a great piece. Will read mnw’s comments tomorrow, if he reads it.

  228. Tina says:

    Cn and n colluded with pooty poot.

  229. Tgca says:

    182 Bitter

    Anyone that serious contemplates ending their life when they’re not faced with an imminent immediate death (e.g. about to be eaten alive by 10 alligators) or in uncontrollable and unbearable pain needs to talk to a professional about this. I’m not saying suicide is not an option, I’m saying it should only be an option after discussion with a professional. If I were 99 and all my family and friends were dead and I just sat in a chair looking out a window all day, yes, I’d say suicide is a viable option to a continued meaningless existence.

  230. Tgca says:

    I have also come to the conclusion that I will NEVER be confined to a wheelchair and have others cater to my daily tasks. That is not a life worth living to me. So if my spine, bones, and nerve conditions continue to deteriorate over time, after 3 surgeries and at least 2 more to go, I have planned for the right time to move on. Other than my dogs, who I’ve also made arrangements to be cared for the remainder of their lives, I have no dependents to stick around for so I understand the desire to check out early if and when the time comes. I used to work with the elderly and see how often they are ready to move on at some point. I think that is part of life if you live long enough.

  231. Proud Obamacon says:

    “What’s constitutional in PA is that the legislature draws up the congressional districts. Nothing unconstitutional about it.”

    The Legislature needs to follow the Constitution when legislating. Anything in violation of the Constitution can be invalidated by the Judiciary. This is Government 101. Uh oh, looks like someone else needs a refresher! Jason and Phil can perhaps have a group study session!

    I know, probably won’t do much good given how much they love the abuse of the Constitution by their Orange Hero. Luckily, the good guys are about to ride to the rescue and save our Democracy.

  232. jason says:

    Marxist troll is still pining for the kangaroo courts of the Soviet Union.

  233. Proud Obamacon says:

    Jason just can’t stop talking about the Soviet Union …. yawn.. go ahead, enjoy yourself. Good night

  234. jason says:

    Was this collusion?

    “On all these issues, but particularly missile defense, this, this can be solved, but it’s important to give me space,” Mr. Obama told Mr. Medvedev, the Vladimir Putin stand-in.

    “Yeah, I understand,” Mr. Medvedev said.

    Mr. Obama then said, “This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility.”

    Mr. Medvedev: “I understand. I will transmit this information to Vladimir.”

  235. jason says:

    Jason just can’t stop talking about the Soviet Union”

    I know how Marxists think. It’s not rocket science.

  236. Tgca says:

    Russian collusion… BORING.

    If no one ain’t gonna tawk ABORTION, then I’m going to bed.

  237. Gpo says:

    Yes it is Jason- collective media yawn when it happened

  238. lisab says:

    the french lady that flashed her breasts got silver

    the canadians won gold

  239. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    235. “I understand the desire to check out early if and when the time comes. I used to work with the elderly and see how often they are ready to move on at some point. I think that is part of life if you live long enough.”

    Totally agree with Tgca.

  240. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “Progressive director Michael Moore participated in an anti-Trump protest in New York that was organized by Russians, according to information released Friday by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.”

  241. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    A story about San Francisco — America’s liberal bastion, where the obscenely rich tech billionaires live who financed the Hillary campaign. Pelosi’s home town. The new center of liberalism — with streets resembling a third world country.

    https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Diseased-Streets-472430013.html

  242. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    @realDonaldTrump

    @MittRomney has announced he is running for the Senate from the wonderful State of Utah. He will make a great Senator and worthy successor to @OrrinHatch, and has my full support and endorsement!

    Where is Bannon’s candidate?

  243. lisab says:

    the trolls have been really bad lately …

    i know trolls are supposed to get a kick out of making others, (you guys), angry …

    but now they just invoke pity not anger, much like cnn.

  244. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    247. @MittRomney
    “Thank you Mr. President for the support. I hope that over the course of the campaign I also earn the support and endorsement of the people of Utah.”

  245. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    248. Lisab. The trolls are fun to tease. They seem to enjoy the abuse.

  246. lisab says:

    actually there is research showing trolls are the type of people who love to make others angry

    they would HATE that you are teasing them

  247. JC says:

    @benshapiro
    Studies suggest that mass shooters thrive on media attention. To deprive them of that oxygen, @realDailyWire will no longer publish the names or photographs of mass shooters.

    ——————

    I’m glad the DailyWire is doing this. I believe this is the only way we can reduce mass shootings.

  248. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    251. “they would HATE that you are teasing them.”

    They scraped the bottom of the barrel to get our trolls. They are often silly.

  249. JC says:

    Poll: majority of Americans now support GOP tax bill: https://www.axios.com/poll-most-americans-now-support-gop-tax-cut-law-1519076690-b68e2260-368f-4562-bba4-ad56ce596ca7.html?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=twsocialshare&utm_campaign=organic

    The Republican tax cut law, which once appeared overwhelmingly unpopular, is now supported by a narrow majority of Americans, according to a Survey Monkey poll published in the NY Times.

    Support is at 51% overall (up from 37% in December), 89% among Republicans and 19% among Democrats.
    ———————

    Funny, I was told by the experts that the tax bill would be the GOP’s Obamacare.

  250. JC says:

    It’s incredible how even today, with distrust in the media at an all time high, they were still able to successfully convince a vast majority of Americans that the GOP tax bill would raise their taxes. A flat out and easily disproven lie. Yet that was the fake narrative the media pushed in their blatant effort to defeat the bill and help their democratic party. And they nearly succeeded.

  251. Bitterlaw says:

    I will only live in the Philadelphia region. I could never live in the rest of the state. Too many nice people out there. Not my thing.

  252. Diamond Jim says:

    I will only live in the Philadelphia region. I could never live in the rest of the state. Too many nice people out there. Not my thing.

    Interesting.

  253. Tina says:

    Collusion between the media and the russians,

    This was the kargest rally sponsored by the russians. It was after the election and was anti trump. Over 10,000 in atendance, including the flynt lard arse.

    https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/rich-noyes/2018/02/19/flashback-cnn-and-msnbcs-enthusiastic-coverage-russian-sponsored-anti

  254. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    In a just-released Washington Post/ABC Poll about the Florida shooting atrocity,interviewees want action on mental health rather than gun control to address this issue. Does anyone here disagree?

    http://www.langerresearch.com/wp-content/uploads/1195a1SchoolShootings.pdf

  255. MichiganGuy says:

    Republicans on verge of falling to irrelevant status in California.
    .
    California registered voters
    .
    Democrats…8.5 million 44.6%
    Other…….5.7 million 30%
    Republicans.4.8 million 25.4%
    .
    http://elections.cdn.sos.ca.gov/ror/154day-stwddirprim-2018/county.pdf
    ————————————————————————————————————–
    It’s only going to get worse.