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Baker/Cardin Lead Primary Races in MD

As promised Goucher College released the rest of their Maryland poll and it shows Rushern Baker leading the field for the right to take on popular Republican Governor Larry Hogan while Ben Cardin absolutely dominates Chelsea Manning for the Democratic US Senate primary race.

GOVERNOR – MARYLAND – DEM PRIMARY (Goucher)
Rushern Baker 19%
Kevin Kamenetz 12%
Ben Jealous 10%
Alec Ross 3%
Rich Madaleno 2%
Jim Shea 2%
Krish Vignarajah 2%
Ralph Jaffe 1%

US SENATE – MARYLAND – DEM PRIMARY (Goucher)
Ben Cardin (inc) 61%
Chelsea Manning 17%

This poll was done February 12-18 among 409 likely Democratic primary voters.

Posted by Dave at 11:52 am
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720 Responses to “Baker/Cardin Lead Primary Races in MD”

  1. NYCmike says:

    3 is the loneliest number….

  2. NYCmike says:

    “while Ben Cardin absolutely dominates Chelsea Manning”

    -Is that why “she” is smiling?

  3. jason says:

    Rubio showed courage going to the kangaroo CNN event, but I wish he hadn’t agreed to measures that won’t accomplish anything.

  4. Tgca says:

    7th!
    Siete!
    Yes!!!

  5. BRENT says:

    id like to slap everyone of the 17% that wanted chelsea manning as a senator

  6. NYCmike says:

    “id like to slap everyone of the 17% that wanted chelsea manning as a senator”

    -Only one slap?

    Prediction: They would not use their “safe word” after ONLY one slap.

  7. Tina says:

    The optics of the cnn stacked crowd is bad.

    First, they booed a rape victim.

    Second, the crowd yelled burn her, referrrng to Dana Loesch.

    The moderator, Fake Flapper, did not intervene.

  8. JC says:

    No sympathy from me for the thrashing that Rubio is getting. Anyone with half a brain stem would see this as an obvious set up from a liberal advocacy network who handpicked their republican-hating and constitution-ignorant audience with the expressed effort of pushing an anti 2nd amendment narrative.

    But of course, this kind of unwise maneuver is exactly what I’d expect from the GOPe, who are constantly led from the nose by their enemies, and who have no qualms about giving total power and control to people who hate their guts.

    Trump would never put himself in that situation. Or if he had, he would do it on his own terms, like demand he get to pick half of the audience or bring in people who were saved by gun owners.

    It was stupid to walk into an obvious trap and Rubio shouldn’t have done it.

  9. Tgca says:

    374 from last thread

    So Bitter lives on soda. Where do I even start. Chemicals and pure sugar, or if diet soda, pure chemicals. Causes gas and bloating. Rots teeth. Unnatural energy rushes followed by unnatural energy declines.

    If you got a sweet tooth. Try water with a couple drops of Stevia as a sweetener. You’ll go wee wee a lot but the more water you drink, the more you flush your body of excess and stored water and toxins.

    As for the stress, just man-up and stop being a Pennsy girly man!

  10. NYCmike says:

    “It was stupid to walk into an obvious trap and Rubio shouldn’t have done it.”

    -Maybe Schumer promised him he would offer a compromise on an immigration solution, if he went to the CNN gig………

  11. NYCmike says:

    3….2…..1…….until “Trump donated to Schumer…”

  12. Tgca says:

    11 JC

    I think Rubio knew what he was getting into. I think he realizes the optics of this will help him in the long run. They looked so unreasonable and willing to skewer him and other as complicit in murder when that is absurd. Most rationale folks see it for what it was, a liberal pep rally taking advantage of stressed out children that experienced a horrific crime. I think Rubio chose to do it to show he can take the heat and stand by his convictions.

    It’s about time Lil Marco showed some cajones.

  13. NYCmike says:

    Full disclosure: I did NOT watch Rubio.

    I hope he did well, and it helps him in the future.

    He is MUCH BETTER than JEB!2016.

  14. Tina says:

    David Martosko
    @dmartosko
    Little-noticed moment from Pence’s speech: “This country will no longer certify the disastrous Iran nuclear deal.”

    This will trigger the Mullah Lobby.

  15. jason says:

    Rubio new it was a set-up, but had the balls to go anyway and at least present an opposing voice.

    is exactly what I’d expect from the GOPe,”

    Zzzzzzz…

    GOPe = deadender drivel

  16. Phil says:

    The idiot left gun grabbers have no idea of the difference between an automatic and semi automatic weapon. To them there is no difference and for those who do know they feel it is best to blur the difference for propaganda purposes. Why would they care anyway? They want to get all the guns. End of story.

  17. jason says:

    aybe Schumer promised him he would offer a compromise on an immigration solution, if he went to the CNN gig………”

    Horrors… “compromise”

    WE ARE WINNING!

  18. jason says:

    Rubio could find the cure for cancer and JC would find some deadender garbage to attack him for it.

  19. Tgca says:

    18

    I do not think we should use such crude language as “balls” on HHR. Some may find it offensive. I prefer “cajones” since it sounds better and gives the opportunity to practice my Spanish pronunciation.

    Thank you.

  20. Phil says:

    I supported Rubio in the primaries. Think he would have been a good president. Did Schumer take him to the cleaners on immigration? Sure. That to me was a lapse in judgement by Rubio to trust Schumer. Does that indicate that Rubio is just flat naïve about the left and how they operate? Maybe. That could be a red flag with Rubio. I’m not sure. Regardless, he’s no where near being a Jeb. Not even on the same planet with him.

  21. Tgca says:

    Lil Marco came on the scene as a fresh young politician with potential. But then he got all full of himself and cocky in DC and forgot why people elected him over Crist. He got arrogant, and positioned himself as if he was the sole savior to the GOP for bridging the gap with Latinos. As we all know, it did not work out so well and he got eviscerated by an experienced steam roller like Christie who made him look sophomoric and unprepared for the big league. Ultimately, the primary voters sent him marching back to FL with his tail between his legs to engage in foam parties.

    He now has the opportunity to develop and grow as a politician, as long as he comes across as genuine and not overly self confidant and cocky again.

    I think he will do well if he takes the slow and steady road.

  22. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The a focus of the discussion of the CNN event is now whether it was scripted. This is not making CNN look good. They look like they are bullying a survivor of the attack.

    Rubio made a very good point during the event over a proposed ban on “assault” weapons:

    “Rubio did say that yes – guns were a factor, but insisted that an all-out ban on assault and semi-automatic weapons was not the answer.

    He said his reason for not supporting the ban is because it would outlaw roughly 200 types of guns – assault rifles – while the purchase of over 2,000 types of ‘nearly identical’ guns would still be legal.”

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5422367/Shooting-survivor-claims-CNN-gave-scripted-question.html#ixzz57rsj5oge

  23. Bitterlaw says:

    Good for Rubio going on. Show the flag and jump into the fight. Maybe JC thinks Republicans should just hide or only go on Hannity.

    One of the things I like about Christie is that will go right back at the audience or the host.

  24. Bitterlaw says:

    Tgca – If I do not eat, my blood sugar drops. Food and soda both turn into sugar. I skip the food often.

  25. Bitterlaw says:

    https://www.wsj.com/articles/neanderthals-had-a-creative-side-1519326000

    Walt did not like Neanderthal art. He said it was too modern.

  26. Bitterlaw says:

    My daughter said she worries about school violence. I told her that there is no way to stop it so there is no reason to worry about it. I also asked her to let me know if there is a photo of her that she likes just in case something happens and the networks ask. Yes. I said it.

  27. Chicon says:

    Bitter, did you also throw her in the deep end of the pool while she was still an infant?

  28. Bitterlaw says:

    Chicon – No. I was honest with her. There will never be a solution. Why lie and pretend that she is definitely safe?

  29. Tina says:

    Cn and n looks bad.

    First, they attacked an old lady about colluding with the russians,

    Then yesterdays sheot.

    The booing of a rape victim,

    Yute storming the stage, per gp.

    Calling for q panelist to be killed.

    Cnn needs to apologize for this fiasco.

  30. Tina says:

    Cnn communications just attacked the rotc student,

    I thiught the stoodents were a no go. No attacking.

  31. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    There is a major contrast between Donald Trump, holding a meeting at the White House, which he controlled and came across as a strong leader; and Rubio going into a meeting controlled and scripted by those hostile to him, who tried to embarrass him and make him look bad. Trump came off looking presidential, and Rubio almost like a supplicant trying to placate his foes.

  32. Tina says:

    I like rubio a lot. Not his finest moment, however.

    I hope he gets his sheot together and quits making mistakes.

    Amnesty with hush bimbo.

    Big hands,

    Repeats the same words over and over in a debate.

  33. Tina says:

    He was brave to go there though.

  34. Cash Cow TM says:

    Honk.

  35. NYCmike says:

    Fughedaboudit!

  36. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    37. “He was brave to go there though.”

    General Custer was very brave to, but there are places it is best not to go.

  37. Bitterlaw says:

    SDC – I disagree. I think Republicans should go on every hostile show. Take the fight to Maddow, Mathews, Van Jones, The View, etc.

  38. Chicon says:

    Bitter, I am a big fan of the honest approach, and I think you absolutely did the the right thing with your daughter. Guessing the picture thing was gallows humor, which not everyone would do. But I’m certain you know her well enough to make that call correctly.

  39. Chicon says:

    41 – and they should fight for every constituency.

  40. Bitterlaw says:

    Chiron – My daughter got my wife’s looks and my sense of humor. Good thing my wife is beautiful.

  41. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    41. Respectfully disagree. If it is not a neutral or fair forum, then do not think they should attend. There is no reason to be someone’s sop. Focus on getting your full message out independently, don’t let leftist screen or distort it. Trump was effective in this regard.

  42. Chicon says:

    Bitter, sounds like a very good relationship, something to be proud of….

  43. Waingro says:

    MO Governor Eric Greitens indicted for federal invasion of privacy.

  44. Messy57 says:

    8. me too.

  45. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Here is Trump using his twitter to set the agenda about school shootings. The advantage of a twitter account with 48 million followers

    Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    Will be meeting with Lawmakers today at 11:30 A.M. to discuss School Safety. Next week it will be with our Nation’s Governors. It’s been many years of all talk, no action. We’ll get it done!
    Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    What many people don’t understand, or don’t want to understand, is that Wayne, Chris and the folks who work so hard at the @NRA are Great People and Great American Patriots. They love our Country and will do the right thing. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!
    Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump
    I will be strongly pushing Comprehensive Background Checks with an emphasis on Mental Health. Raise age to 21 and end sale of Bump Stocks! Congress is in a mood to finally do something on this issue – I hope!
    Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    ….If a potential “sicko shooter” knows that a school has a large number of very weapons talented teachers (and others) who will be instantly shooting, the sicko will NEVER attack that school. Cowards won’t go there…problem solved. Must be offensive, defense alone won’t work!
    Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    …History shows that a school shooting lasts, on average, 3 minutes. It takes police & first responders approximately 5 to 8 minutes to get to site of crime. Highly trained, gun adept, teachers/coaches would solve the problem instantly, before police arrive. GREAT DETERRENT!
    Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    ….immediately fire back if a savage sicko came to a school with bad intentions. Highly trained teachers would also serve as a deterrent to the cowards that do this. Far more assets at much less cost than guards. A “gun free” school is a magnet for bad people. ATTACKS WOULD END!
    Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    I never said “give teachers guns” like was stated on Fake News @CNN & @NBC. What I said was to look at the possibility of giving “concealed guns to gun adept teachers with military or special training experience – only the best. 20% of teachers, a lot, would now be able to
    Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
    I will always remember the time I spent today with courageous students, teachers and families. So much love in the midst of so much pain. We must not let them down. We must keep our children safe!!

  46. DW says:

    48 – maybe the lesson is don’t trust Democrats who switch to GOP just before they run.

  47. JC says:

    Even the posters at RRH know Rubio made a bad decision:

    MANHATLIBERTARIAN
    Also I thought Rubio gave a terrible performance at the Forum, floundering all over the place, and probably satisfying no one in the end. Looks like Gov Scott was smart enough to know to avoid a CNN “Forum”.

    MANHATLIBERTARIAN
    Scott more likely knew the CNN forum would be packed with supporters of the liberal position on gun control and didn’t see the point of appearing before a highly partisan crowd. And he was right

    RYAN_IN_SEPA
    Rubio is not a smart political operator. Scott never gets the credit he deserves

    RYAN_IN_SEPA
    Being over-reliant on consultants/coaches usually means you are a bad political operator. Rubio is the ultimate consultant candidate and people can tell from a mile away.

    PRSTEVE11
    I agree. It’s foolish to go to a CNN ‘forum’ which is totally rigged in one direction but guys like Rubio want to pretend that the press isn’t biased. Going to an ambush like this can put you on record saying things that will haunt you for decades

  48. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #53
    Warren Buffett= Omaha. Sounds like the directive came from him!

  49. JC says:

    Ras has Trump at 48.

    Obama was at 45 at this same point in his presidency.

  50. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Politico had a critical story about how Rubio performed at the Florida event. No matter what you do, you will never appease the leftist press.

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/02/21/marco-rubio-age-limit-rifles-421647

  51. lisab says:

    “I did not know Bitter was a chub ball. ”

    i told you he was jolly

  52. Tgca says:

    So FNBO wants to penalize Americans for exercising their constitutional rights. That’s a great way to grow their business.

  53. mnw says:

    Remember the Baltimore prosecutor who indicted appx 12 or so cops on the Freddie Gray case? And then ate 12 fast not guilty verdicts (NGs)?

    Well… the elected St. Louis City prosecutor (the “Circuit Attorney”) who indicted Gov. Greitens is her identical twin… only without all the restraint and intellectual refinement.

    Greitens’ attorneys are going to eat that idiot neophyte prosecutor’s lunch. I have some familiarity with this situation, although no personal involvement.

  54. Bitterlaw says:

    Now I am 190 pounds and 6 feet tall. Lisab can F off.

  55. Cash Cow TM says:

    knoh.

  56. Cash Cow TM says:

    Italian

    in a tail
    a tin Ali
    it a nail

  57. MichiganGuy says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    February 22, 2018 at 3:09 pm
    My daughter said she worries about school violence. I told her that there is no way to stop it so there is no reason to worry about it. I also asked her to let me know if there is a photo of her that she likes just in case something happens and the networks ask. Yes. I said it.
    ————————————————————————————————————–
    Award for worst HHR dad goes to…

  58. Bitterlaw says:

    MG – Should I lie? Nothing will ever change. Once you accept that nobody is going to try to stop the carnage. You can push it out of your mind. You are a dad. Your children could be murdered tomorrow. So could mine. I hope it does not happen but I can’t stop it.

    Sleep well.

  59. MichiganGuy says:

    #UT04 GE:
    .
    Mia Love (R) 49% (+6)
    Ben McAdams (D) 43%

    Dan Jones/Utah Policy 2/9-21
    https://buff.ly/2EMaw7r

  60. MichiganGuy says:

    The people that comment on this site really hate Romney. 🙂
    .
    http://utahpolicy.com/index.php/2018-utah-candidate-tracker

  61. MichiganGuy says:

    BL, no you shouldn’t lie but, you should give some comfort and understanding instead of ( I also asked her to let me know if there is a photo of her that she likes just in case something happens). WTH!

  62. MichiganGuy says:

    #KS03 GE:
    .
    Brent Welder (D) 49% (+7)
    Kevin Yoder (R) 42%

    ppppolls/BoldProgressive 2/14-15

    http://act.boldprogressives.org/survey/2018polling_ks03/
    ————————————————————————————————————–
    Garbage poll. ppp poll paid for by act.boldprogressives with only 315 people polled 😉

  63. Bitterlaw says:

    Giving comfort and understanding would be a lie.The photo? Not what most parents would say. I said it.

  64. MichiganGuy says:

    #CA49 Open Primary:
    .
    Applegate (D) 18%
    Chavez (R) 17%
    Harkey (R) 10%
    Levin (D) 8%
    Gaspar (R) 7%
    Jacobs (D) 5%
    Maryott (R) 2%
    Schoonover (R) 2%
    Kerr (D) 1%
    Prejean (D) 1%
    Mills (PFP) 1%
    Undecided 27%

    surveyusa/sdut/@KTVL 2/10-13

    http://www.surveyusa.com/client/PollReport.aspx?g=f456fc3a-39d6-4b3e-9d09-51d3ef749469

  65. MichiganGuy says:

    Illinois Gov. Dem Primary:
    .
    JB Pritzker 32%
    Daniel Biss 24%
    Chris Kennedy 24%
    Tio Hardimann 2%
    Bob Daiber 1%
    Bob Marshall 1%
    Undecided 16%
    .
    ALG Research
    .
    https://www.scribd.com/document/372123311/Governor-s-race-poll-ALG-Biss

  66. Hugh says:

    63. Bitter while bitter is a good husband and Dad. Any husband who speaks as well about his wife as bitter does is a good Dad. As Father Hesburgh said if you want to be a good Dad love your wife. I say Amen to that.

  67. MichiganGuy says:

    This is funny. Democrats attacking one of their own.
    .
    Texas’s 7th (TX – 07)
    .
    Democratic voters need to hear that Laura Moser is not going to change Washington. She is a Washington insider, who begrudgingly moved to Houston to run for Congress. In fact, she wrote in the Washingtonian magazine, “I’d rather have my teeth pulled out without anesthesia” than live in Texas. As of January 2018, she claimed Washington, DC to be her primary residence in order to get a tax break. And she has paid her husband’s Washington, DC political consulting firm over $50,000 from campaign contributions; meaning 1 of every 6 dollars raised has gone to her husband’s DC company.
    .
    https://dccc.org/races/laura-moser/
    .
    Actor Alyssa Milano, another face of the Trump resistance, is backing Moser, and plans to drive voters to the polls as a campaign volunteer. “I like EMILY’s List a lot but I feel like they missed the boat on this one,” Milano told The Intercept. “Laura is a proud progressive Democrat and her values are the values of the majority of the country, which is evident by the success of her grassroots campaign and her broad base of support.”
    .
    https://theintercept.com/2018/02/22/emilys-list-laura-moser-texas-congress/

  68. MichiganGuy says:

    Hugh, I disagree. You can be a great husband and a horrible dad or a great dad and a horrible husband.

  69. Hugh says:

    It is a bell curve. No doubt.

  70. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Good grief. The Pulse Nightclub shooting all over again. Police staying outside despite people being killed.

    “A Florida sheriff says the deputy who was on duty at a high school where 17 people were massacred waited outside the building for about four minutes without ever going in.

    Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel announced during a Thursday news conference that Deputy Scot Peterson resigned after being suspended without pay.

    Israel said he made the decision after reviewing video surveillance and interviewing witnesses, including the deputy himself. The sheriff says Peterson responded to the building where the shooting took place, took up a position outside a door and never went in.

    When asked what Peterson should have done, Israel said the deputy should have “went in, addressed the killer, killed the killer.”

    Authorities say 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz fatally shot 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland on Feb. 14.”

  71. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Its even worse:

    “Meanwhile, new information has emerged that there was a communication issue between the person reviewing the school’s security system footage and officers who responded to the school.

    Coral Springs Police Chief Tony Pustizzi said during a news conference Thursday that the footage being reviewed was 20 minutes old, so the responding officers were hearing that the shooter was in a certain place while officers already in that location were saying that wasn’t the case. Pustizzi said the confusion didn’t put anyone in danger.”

    -and-

    “Broward County incident reports show that unidentified callers contacted authorities with concerns about Cruz in February 2016 and November 2017. The first caller said they had third-hand information that Cruz planned to shoot up the school. The information was forwarded to the Stoneman Douglas resource officer. The second caller said Cruz was collecting guns and knives and believed “he could be a school shooter in the making.”

  72. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “Two school districts near Dayton, Ohio have trained a confidential team of teachers and staff to fire back at an active shooter.

    “Our staff members are trained to go to the threat and address the threat. Not to run away,” said Mad River Schools Superintendent Chad Wyen.

    The Sidney and Mad River school districts have guns hidden in safes throughout its schools which can be opened only by staff on the armed response team. Each member of the team is vetted, selected by the district, and must have a license to carry. The team goes through “rigorous” monthly training.

    “These teachers are trained and trained as well in the use of firearms as the average police officer,” said Sidney Middle School armed guard and veteran tactical officer, Rick Cron. “I made sure that that would happen. I didn’t want someone who wasn’t trained to come to my aid. I wanted people who understood tactics.”

  73. Tina says:

    Sheriff Israel never mentioned this during the town hall, sdc.

    That is a bombshell report.

    He needs to resign asap.

  74. Tina says:

    It is now even worse

    Conversation
    Scott Bixby
    Scott Bixby
    @scottbix
    The sheriff’s deputy who did “nothing” while Nikolas Cruz killed seventeen people also refused to share information on Cruz with state social services during a 2016 investigation into his home life. (link: http://wapo.st/2okxcVX) wapo.st/2okxcVX

  75. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Enterprise/Alamo Car Rental has joined the Omaha Bank in dissolving its relationship with the NRA.
    I used them A LOT. NO MORE!

  76. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #82
    Add: Enterprise’s third brand is National Car Rental.

  77. Bitterlaw says:

    Sheeple = Good for you. It is your right to do so. I also respect the rights of those businesses to dissolve their relationship with the NRA. I love free markets and the First Amendment.

  78. Tina says:

    Cn and n continues to take heat for the staged townhall, hosted by Fake Flapper.

  79. Cash Cow TM says:

    Say….did you see they found some of Walt’s old art work?

    DRUDGE

    “New Cave Art Shows Neanderthals’ Creative Side…”

  80. dblaikie says:

    82 CEO’s and wimpy corporate boards have a habit of going off the deep end in these matters. Because of free markets they will end up hurting themselves. Case in point — NFL owners. So go ahead and boycott and hit them where it hurts.

  81. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #84
    Well said.

  82. Messy57 says:

    55. Obama was creamed in November.

  83. jason says:

    Looks like the bodyguard was banging the Mayor of Nashville at the cemetery several mornings a week, and getting paid for it.

    But according to the mayor, the early morning visits alone with her bodyguard were “just a peaceful way to start the day”.

    https://www.newschannel5.com/news/newschannel-5-investigates/city-hall-scandal/security-video-shows-mayor-bodyguard-during-early-morning-cemetery-visits

  84. jason says:

    Hmmm.. was just going to make a reservation at Enterprise.

    Thanks for the warning.

  85. jason says:

    Finally some good news:

    “New research, which was presented at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s annual conference, has found that moderate drinking is linked to a longer life. Drinking about two glasses of wine or beer a day was linked to an 18% drop in a person’s risk of early death—an even stronger effect than the life-preserving practice of exercise, according to the researchers. The results came from the 90+ Study, a research project out of the University of California Irvine’s Institute for Memory Impairments and Neurological Disorders that examines the habits of people who live to at least 90.”

    It stands to reason that if 2 drinks a day will get you to 90, 4 will get you to 100.

  86. Bitterlaw says:

    Damn. I always thought diabetes would kill me. Now I realize that it the fact that I don’t drink alcohol that will do me in.

  87. mnw says:

    I remember when Walt was a little boy, & I used to hitch up Ole Bessy & take Walt to see Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.

  88. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #9jason
    I had an Alamo car rental for two weeks in Israel in mid-April. It was cancelled this morning in favor of Avis/Budget for about $10 more.
    The $10 overpay was well worth it for the satisfaction I received.

  89. jason says:

    Wow, Canada loses in men’s hockey too, won’t even make the final.

    4-3 Germany in the semi-final.

  90. jason says:

    I am not big on organized boycotts, but as an individual I do make choices based on how I view companies.

    I never considered buying a GM car after the bail out for example.

  91. jason says:

    I think Trudeau has to resign.

  92. Albert Hodges says:

    Look at who is at 50% approval!

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_feb23

    Bring on the IG report. Lets show the Dems and the NeverTrumpers WTF MAGA means!

  93. Wobbles says:

    RAS 50″

    Buh, buh, buh… Gallup…

  94. jason says:

    Sea?

    Hmmmm…

    Ocean?

  95. SoHope says:

    I rejoined the NRA after a 14 year hiatus.

  96. SoHope says:

    Sea = See = Si = C = 100

  97. jason says:

    Now I realize that it the fact that I don’t drink alcohol that will do me in.”

    Not too late.

    Btw, the same study said coffee is good too.

    So have a couple cups at the office and a glass of wine in the evening.

  98. mnw says:

    Does “RAS 50” “ mean that Scott has a 50 inch waist?

  99. jason says:

    I don’t know if I want to join or just send them a donation.

    Can you opt out of getting endless mail asking for more money if you join?

  100. mnw says:

    Wobbles 102

    Gallup abandoned its daily tracker months ago— something Rasmussen crows about.

  101. jason says:

    Sea = See = Si = C = 100

    Ahhhh….

    Si!

  102. SoHope says:

    I thought about that. I cant help but think any membership or donation Ive made in the past cost them more in mailing asking for more money lol. email is cheaper now and hope they actually us the money responsibly for 2A matters.

  103. Wobbles says:

    Wobbles 102

    Gallup abandoned its daily tracker months ago”

    So their last number is what I go by.

    Gallup never expires.

  104. jason says:

    Yeah, I get that feeling if I donate $25 to the RNC. I then get $100 worth of mail asking for more money.

  105. jason says:

    When you joined was there an option to opt out of mail?

  106. SoHope says:

    Trump at 50% is a Big F-ing Deal

  107. SoHope says:

    114, I didn’t see one. There is an option not to get the “free” NRA swag (duffle bag and magazine).

    I said no to the free duffle but took the e-version of the magazine.

  108. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    jason and SoHope
    Yesterday, I gifted a 1 yr. NRA membership to one of my employees. He loved it.
    The NRA sends me many mailings, but never bothers me on e-mail.

  109. mnw says:

    I never got over the fact that the NRA always endorsed Harry Reid & a lot of other liberals. Yes, spare me, I KNOW why they did it— single issue group, etc. I still don’t like it. They can endorse those azaleas without my help, thx.

    There’s a small conservative alternative to the NRA called Gun Owners of America, I think. Something like that.

  110. Waingro says:

    I don’t currently own a gun or FID/LTC and am not an NRA member, but I plan to join the NRA and will never rent a car from Enterprise/National/Alamo ever again.

  111. Hugh says:

    106. 2 cups of coffee a day and the rough equivalent of a bottle of wine a night. I should live to 100

  112. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Waingro- #119
    You are a true civil liberties’ champion. I admire that.

  113. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    mnw
    The GOA is a pure 2nd Amendment organization, but a little too absolutist for me.
    Go back home to the NRA!

  114. SoHope says:

    NRA in the past donating to some semi-squishy 2A democrats to cause division in their ranks vs GOA being shills for Ron Paul…thats an easy one for me.

  115. Waingro says:

    Marist has Trump at 40% approval a 3 point gain from their previous poll in January. GCB at D+7. So a “good” trend as well.

    http://maristpoll.marist.edu/wp-content/misc/usapolls/us180220/Marist%20Poll_National%20Nature%20of%20the%20Sample%20and%20Tables_February%2023,%202018.pdf#page=3

  116. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    This announcement is heavenly for me. Although, I will depart Israel on April 23rd and will not be physically present to join the celebration on May 14th.
    Bless you President Trump!

    https://twitter.com/BarakRavid/status/967044814243090433

  117. SoHope says:

    looks like the dem overreach on 2A and Trump’s “Listening Session” helped politically

  118. Waingro says:

    #125, great news!

  119. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    HEADS-UP: The Best Western and Wyndome Hotel chains have surrendered to the NRA boycott.

  120. Waingro says:

    #128, adding them to the list.

  121. MichiganGuy says:

    Two people were injured after gunshots were fired early Friday on a college campus in Louisiana, school officials said.
    .
    https://apnews.com/908fa4f0cd9e46e1a62ed74bcb059091

  122. GPO says:

    104. SoHope says:

    February 23, 2018 at 9:41 am

    I rejoined the NRA after a 14 year hiatus.

    I just rejoined after 5year hiatus

  123. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #132- GPO
    You Da Man!

  124. Bitterlaw says:

    Why would I want to drink wine and then have to live as a woman? Wine is for chicks, Jason.

  125. Bitterlaw says:

    I do not belong to any organization. I will continue my stance.

  126. GPO says:

    I don’t remember who it was , but I quit because of the reason MNW alluded to above- they endorsed some left winger who said was pro 2nd amendment but 100 % have voted against judges who would uphold it. Might have been Harry Reid

  127. Phil says:

    130

    Unfortunately, I don’t think she owned anyone. They had her on the defensive the entire segment.

  128. jason says:

    GOA is a Paulbot organization.

    I wouldn’t give them a fake nickel.

  129. jason says:

    According to a new poll from Gallup — and that number has grown by more than 10% in the past year alone. According to the respected polling company, 45% of Americans ‘are satisfied with the position of the United States in the world,’ up 13 points from January of 2017 and, coincidentally, a 13-year high.”

    Obama made Americans ashamed of their country because he was ashamed.

  130. mnw says:

    To clarify;

    I don’t own a firearm (my ex-wife took ours with her when she left). I’ve never belonged to the NRA or the GOA. I’ve never contributed to either outfit & have no plans to do so.

  131. mnw says:

    Mr. Orange is in his element st CPAC.

    The only thing the MSM will report is that he called McCain “a snake,” of course.

  132. MichiganGuy says:

    Deepwater Horizon was a good movie.

  133. jason says:

    Really?

    I figured it would be a hit job on oil companies and fossil fuels so I never watched it.

  134. MichiganGuy says:

    After Florida High School Shooting, Hundreds of Teachers Sign Up to Arm Themselves.
    .

    http://www.newsweek.com/sheriff-concealed-carry-classes-teachers-815242

  135. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    The latest Company to surrender to the NRA boycott is Symantec/ Life Lock. I am surprised since this is a public company and its shareholders will be displeased.

  136. MichiganGuy says:

    Jason, I’m sure you know the movie was based on a true story. I thought the movie was well done. Also excellent cast.

    Mark Wahlberg,
    Kurt Russell,
    Kate Hudson,

    These aren’t liberal actors. Mark is a Devout Catholic. Kurt is a libertarian.
    .
    Yes, they showed the environmental damage offshore drilling can do but, it wasn’t overdone. As far as I could tell the director didn’t have a political agenda.

  137. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Well, Jon Ossoff’s 15 minutes of fame(and big fundraising) are officially over!(H/T: RRH)

    GA-6: Ossoff out. https://politics.myajc.com/blog/politics/ossoff-makes-his-decision-another-bid-for-georgia-6th-district/LK3HhlDvIkYIWhYMln7vPL/

  138. NYCmike says:

    “Unfortunately, I don’t think she owned anyone. They had her on the defensive the entire segment.”

    -I watched it. They kept speaking over each other. I thought Dana did as well as anyone could, if the anchor is unwilling to give your point of view a fair shot.

  139. Phil says:

    Yeah, nothing against Dana. She didn’t get a fair shake but she knew that wasn’t going to happen when she got booked.

  140. DW says:

    Craig
    Morrow
    Ramsey
    Johnson
    McClanahan
    Silk
    Baker
    Broten
    Christian
    Christoff
    Eruzione
    Harrington
    Janaszak
    O’Callahan
    Pavelich
    Schneider
    Strobel
    Suter
    Verchota
    Wells

    Brooks

    38 years and one day ago. We will never forget. Meant to post this yesterday but couldn’t get free to do so.

  141. MichiganGuy says:

    Please do not contact us about the #KFCCrisis – it is not a police matter if your favourite eatery is not serving the menu that you desire.
    .

    http://www.adweek.com/creativity/kfc-responds-to-u-k-chicken-shortage-scandal-with-a-timely-fck-were-sorry/

  142. Tgca says:

    Trump hits 50% which means it’s probably higher seeing many of his supporters are poll leery. Greatest POTUS EVAH!!!

    Disband the Constitution.
    Make Trump king!!!
    Long live Trump.

    Queen Melania!
    Princess Ivanka!
    Prince Barron!

  143. NYCmike says:

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_feb23

    -Somebody put Bogo Pogo police on notice, one of its visitors may do something stupid….

  144. Mr.Vito says:

    “The latest Company to surrender to the NRA boycott is Symantec/ Life Lock.”

    That is surprising since they advertise on conservative radio.

  145. Tina says:

    Bill Mitchell
    Bill Mitchell
    @mitchellvii
    ·
    1h
    A report released Friday claims four of Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel’s deputies waited outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School while the attack was occurring.

    Yikes, Sheriff Dumb
    Dumb never mentioned this to fake flapper.

  146. Tina says:

    Conversation
    Jake Tapper
    Jake Tapper
    @jaketapper
    Breaking — Sources: Coral Springs police upset at some Broward deputies for not entering school

    Fake flapper is late.

  147. Tina says:

    Broward Sheriff
    Broward Sheriff
    @browardsheriff
    “You are NOT standing up for these students.” – Sheriff Israel to @NRA spokeswoman.
    7:31 PM · Feb 21, 2018

    Bk the county.

  148. Tgca says:

    Sheriff Israel is a media wh*re. He made no mention of how his deputies did not go into the school and were waiting outside guns drawn behind their vehicles, assuming the numerous reports are true. Were they on a donut break?

    I assume this is NOT standard procedure when there’s an active shooter in a place with many defenseless people.

    He should be proud for misleading the students at the CNN event too. Supposedly he knew about this and argued with local city reps the night after the shooting but then he goes on CNN portraying his team as heroic and insinuating the NRA is guilty by association. I am sure he would have been booed off stage if those kids and their families know what is now being reported.

  149. Tgca says:

    It’s unfortunate but the Broward County Sheriffs are going to take flack for being cowards, though I’m sure that is generally not the case.

    Broward
    Coward
    Sheriff
    Department

  150. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “He made no mention of how his deputies did not go into the school and were waiting outside guns drawn behind their vehicles, assuming the numerous reports are true.”

    This is similar to what they did at the Pulse Nightclub. Staying outside while people were dying. Worse, they pulled the police already in the club outside. Is there some sort of law enforcement training in Florida that differs from the “go in an kill the shooter” philosophy when people may be dying?

  151. lisab says:

    I assume this is NOT standard procedure
    ————————-

    i think it is

    remember columbine? the shooters were long dead before the cops got to them.

  152. Tgca says:

    So if there’s an active shooter in a mall or a theater or department store, law enforcement leaves the public to fend for themselves and they wait outside for for the shooter to run out of bullets or come strolling out? All done now.

    I find it hard to believe that is the case in a large public setting. What’s the point of calling for the police then? Let the lunatic do his deed and then we can just leave after he leaves?

    Besides, it seems to contrast with what this idiot sheriff 1st stated when he put the on-campus officer on unpaid suspension. He stated he should have engaged and killed the shooter.

  153. Tgca says:

    Just saw a videoclip from Laura Ingraham show where she interviews the president of the Broward County Sheriff Deputy Association who is also an active deputy.

    He stated it is protocol to go engage the shooter and not stand by. He specifically stated they know when they leave for work everyday they may lose their life. He further stated that they are trained to know for every second they don’t act during an active shooter event, that another life will be lost.

    So again, it goes back to the incompetence or cowardice of those law enforcement who arrived on the scene and did not act, especially when it involves children.

  154. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    164. No. Post Columbine the police strategy is to go in and get the shooter.

    “In these types of situations, time is not on your side – it’s your enemy,” said Doubt, who helped conduct the mall simulation as a SWAT commander. “They’re trained to ask the question: ‘Is someone dying right now?’ If the answer is yes, they go in.””

    Unfortunately, this has not been the practice in Florida. The delay at the Pulse Nightclub was unforgivable. Now the school shooting appears to be another fiasco.

  155. Tgca says:

    I am currently located in Broward County and see BCSD officers regularly in my area. I would not want any of these 4 officers responding to an emergency in my neighborhood. If it’s true as reported, all 4 should be fired. They don’t deserve to wear the badge.

  156. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Here is the video of the Trolley Barn Park Mall shooting in Utah in 2007. The shooter was pinned down by an off-duty police officer and a civilian; the first officer who you see went after him and exchanged fire; Then the SWAT team arrived and you see them pass, and seconds later hear a mass of gun fire and the shooter is dead. All happened within several minutes.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBm2_e9ge5w

  157. lisab says:

    “In these types of situations, time is not on your side – it’s your enemy,” said Doubt, who helped conduct the mall simulation as a SWAT commander.
    —————————-

    swat is different

    they are trained to go in and get bad guys.

    undoubtedly if they knew where the gunman was in the building, say through cameras, regular police would be more apt to engage.

    but going into a building where there is a known gunman, whose location is unknown is a good way to die

  158. Hugh says:

    I live in broward and am stunned. Israel should be fired not because his officers did not do their job but because he probably already knew it while grandstanding on cnn. As an elected official I think we the citizens need to fire him.

  159. Tgca says:

    As my friend Tina would say:

    BOOM!

    The president of the BCSD association later stated in the interview that this is not an NRA or gun issue. It’s a person and mental issue. He believes it won’t stop until they can link the mental and other records of folks into the national background check database but can’t do so now due to HIPAA laws and medical professionals disagreeing about it.

    He also stated that even though Sheriif Israel is his boss and signs his paychecks, he does not have to have the same opinion as him since Israel was arguing for less guns. OUCH B*tch!

  160. lisab says:

    when we have shelter in place traing, they show us videos of police coming into the building in force … like in a team of 6 heavily armed police in full body armor

    who step over victims, even wounded victims, because they are there for one reason, to get the bad guy.

    they never show one or two cops going in with pistols like you see in the movies.

  161. Hugh says:

    170. Really? So they became cops to write tickets. In broward our cops retire as millionaires. They should all be fired. I bet plenty of armed nra members would have gone in if they had a chance. I am stunned if you won’t risk your life for unarmed kids why be a cop.

  162. lisab says:

    in all liklihood, the purpose of armed teachers would be to act as last resort defenders to keep the gunman from freedom of movement until the swat got there,

    not to hotly engage a suspect that was possibly heavily armed and wearing body armor

  163. Hugh says:

    Can we all agree that armed cops with body armor should not sit hiding behind cars while kids are getting slaughtered

  164. Tgca says:

    Hugh. Where about in Broward. I’m in Fort Lauderdale. One person I know has a teenager who knew 2 of the victims from school and re entry attended the funerals. So sad.

    I agree! Israel should step down. He misled all in his interviews.

  165. lisab says:

    So they became cops to write tickets.
    ————————-

    i am sure the majority of cops joined to help people

    but if you don’t know what you are facing and are armed with a 9mm pistol, running into a building alone is asking a lot of any person.

  166. Hugh says:

    Near coral ridge country club. My niece was in school their when it happened. A good friend of hers Gina was killed. Israel should be fired not because his cops failed at every level but because he played politics versus manning up and doing the right thing

  167. Tgca says:

    176 Hugh

    Correct. BCSD, like most big city cops, are trained how to respond as 1st responders. They do not have the same training as SWAT but they are trained to engage. How could these guys leave these children to their own defense with an active shooter. That is not protocol, as both the sheriff and the president of the BCSD association have publicly stated. So if indeed it is true, why did they not react? Were they told to stand down? It’s hard for me to believe that 4 armed officers did not believe it was good judgment to engage.

  168. Hugh says:

    178. Sure is but then that’s the job. Otherwise why make
    More than a security guy at a mall. I’m
    Glad our military doesn’t think that way.

  169. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    170. “swat is different they are trained to go in and get bad guys. undoubtedly if they knew where the gunman was in the building, say through cameras, regular police would be more apt to engage.”

    In the video link I sent you an off-duty officer who had been eating with his family, and the first regular officer who entered the mall, immediately went after the shooter. There were no cameras for them to locate the suspect. They went to where the shooting was taking place.

  170. Tgca says:

    LisaB

    It’s asking a lot of them but that is their job and what they’re trained to do. If the reports are true, they should be fired. Their law enforcement careers are over. Unless they were told to stand down, they have no reason to do so and it suggests they were cowards. I know that sounds harsh but these were unarmed kids. What’s the point of being an armed officer if you refuse to follow protocol.

  171. Hugh says:

    I would not be surprised if they were told to stand down. Nothing else makes sense.

  172. Tgca says:

    184

    Then the most likely explanation is cowardice or lack of training, which supposedly they have.

  173. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    A huge issue is how experienced an officer is with guns. A lot of police departments, to save money, are cutting back on shooting range time. If an officer has military or grew up using guns, they would be a lot more confident going into a dangerous situation.

    But a lot of it has to do with human character; is someone willing to risk their life? Or will they let children died? The latter should not be in law enforcement.

  174. lisab says:

    i would guess if they saw the shooter they would have engaged

    it is going into a building to find a gunman that is very dangerous. once they know where he or she is, it is much easier for the cops to establish dominance.

  175. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “once they know where he or she is, it is much easier for the cops to establish dominance.”

    Depends on the cops shooting skill. And courage comes into it. Dominance in this situation is a likely gun battle.

  176. Tgca says:

    According to the president of the BCSD association, protocol is to follow where the shooting is coming from because you only have seconds to act which means following the noise. So again,if true, they violated protocol and training. But why?

    If their behavior is true, there is absolutely no excuse for it. None! It cannot be rationalized away. They should be fired and never allowed to be in law enforcement in a protective manner again.

  177. lisab says:

    It’s asking a lot of them but that is their job and what they’re trained to do.
    ———————————–

    i suggest to you that you may be assuming too much.

    at least in the videos i have been shown, when the cops go in to an active shooter situation, they are dressed like soldiers with huge amounts of armor, and in a team armed for bear

    sure, it may of course be a brave thing to do …

    but a gunman could easily outgun and out armor most police — as evidenced by the LA gunmen. you may recall the police there — who knew where the gunmen were — had to borrow guns from a local gunshop

  178. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    19 year old boys go into the military and engaging in armed combat for long periods of time, in which their lives are at risk. If you want to be in law enforcement, then you should expect it as well.

  179. lisab says:

    Depends on the cops shooting skill. And courage comes into it. Dominance in this situation is a likely gun battle.
    ———————————————-

    you don’t necessarily have to shoot the gunman if you can simply make them go for cover.

    then the cavalry comes and suddenly the gunman has 100 long guns pointed at him

  180. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “but a gunman could easily outgun and out armor most police — as evidenced by the LA gunmen. you may recall the police there — who knew where the gunmen were — had to borrow guns from a local gunshop”

    That was several decades ago, and it resulted in major changes, police now better weapons, with higher calibers, and body armor. That is not an excuse.

  181. lisab says:

    19 year old boys go into the military and engaging in armed combat for long periods of time
    ——————————————-

    with body armor and heavy weapons and a squad of similarly armed people covering their back

  182. lisab says:

    That was several decades ago, and it resulted in major changes, police now better weapons, with higher calibers
    ——————————-

    not as side arms

  183. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “you don’t necessarily have to shoot the gunman if you can simply make them go for cover.”

    Yes, but your going to try and kill the gunman, any way possible.

  184. Tgca says:

    Well, if they can’t handle the job, they should be re-assigned so more competent folks can do the job. No excuses! It’s their job. That is why the 1st guy was put on immediate unpaid suspension. He failed to do his job.

    I have no sympathy for an officer who acts cowardly when they have protective gear, weaponry, and training, and risk the lives of civilians they are sworn to protect. They put the civilians life at increased risk when they don’t respond. No excuses whatsoever.

    We expect a police officer to take a bullet to save a child, otherwise, you’re not protecting the child.

  185. Tgca says:

    Remember police are trained as if every physical encounter is life threatening so still don’t understand why they failed to act while local police did act.

  186. Tgca says:

    200! Yay!

  187. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “I am a Soldier. I fight where I’m told and I win where I fight.” — George S. Patton, Jr.

  188. lisab says:

    Yes, but your going to try and kill the gunman, any way possible.
    ——————————————–

    i don’t think so … not “in any way possible”.

    if he has an ar-15 and you have a 9mm pistol and you can get him to duck into a specific place where you can watch the exits … that is probably enough.

  189. lisab says:

    Well, if they can’t handle the job, they should be re-assigned so more competent folks can do the job.
    —————————–

    again, i think you assume too much.

    imagine i am the shooter and you are a cop. i am in a building with some kind of long gun, you have a pistol. i may have the best body armor, you might not have any.

    i could very well be well trained, an ex-marine for all you know.

    you go into a building where you don’t know where i am, there is a lot of loud noise, alarms, screaming, wounded … and

    you can’t just fire at anyone, they could be a teacher or parent

    i on the other hand can fire at anyone i please.

    in that situation, i definitely have the advantage, if only because you need to be careful of shooting victims … i have no such limitation

    also, my gun may very well be able to shoot through cinderblock, yours cannot

  190. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    202. That sort of happened at the Pulse Nightclub. One of the first officers at the scene had the shooter cornered in a restroom. He was later ordered to leave by his superiors because he did not have body armor. The shooter then went into another restroom, and throughout the club, and killed more people.

  191. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    203. Couldn’t you make that argument when the police are called to a home or business because there is a burglary. We don’t know who is inside and what weapons the person has, so the police just better wait until he is gone then go inside.

  192. lisab says:

    btw, i am only suggesting that while it is reasonable to expect a school officer to return fire on a active shooter

    asking them to hunt down one is a whole level higher on expectations

  193. lisab says:

    One of the first officers at the scene had the shooter cornered in a restroom. He was later ordered to leave by his superiors because he did not have body armor.
    ——————–

    that was a mistake … they had the ideal situation

  194. lisab says:

    Couldn’t you make that argument when the police are called to a home or business because there is a burglary. We don’t know who is inside and what weapons the person has, so the police just better wait until he is gone then go inside.
    ———————

    cops do NOT like to go into houses after people either

    and when they do, as i am sure you have seen on the news, they go in with overwhelming speed and force …

  195. Tgca says:

    LisaB

    You don’t seem to get it. They are trained and it’s their job. Their own rules state that they are to engage. They failed their job. By not acting, they willfully violated protocol. They need to be removed so people don’t die in the future due to their incompetency, assuming they did not act, as reported.

    If a Dr is trained to follow protocol during surgery and the patient dies because he did not follow protocol, he will most likely lose his license and be fired.

    If a fireman is trained to follow protocol and fails to do so and people die, he will most likely lose his job.

    It has nothing to do with assuming or people’s feeling or if they’re frgjtjened or worried. They are trained and expected to act in a certain manner, and if they fail to do so, they need to be removed for the safety of the public because their failure to act as trained and within protocol is negligence, and they are not qualified to fulfill their duties.

    It’s that simple!

  196. lisab says:

    trust me, as a teacher i don’t like unsecured schools

    and i also don’t expect people to charge down guns on my behalf without more than a 50-50 chance of succeeding

    when the cops come i want them fully armored and loaded for bear

  197. Tgca says:

    I pray these news reports are wrong but if they are true, the BCSD is going to have a bad time going forward because most will view this as an act of cowardice.

    Do they really want to be referred to as the Broward Coward Sheriff Dept?

  198. lisab says:

    They are trained and it’s their job
    —————————————–

    i think you are mistaken

    with a full team, body armor and firepower its their job, but not in a dress shirt and 9mm pistols

  199. Tgca says:

    I see the BCSD regularly about. They are well-equipped and seem to be in very good physical shape too.

  200. lisab says:

    If a Dr is trained to follow protocol during surgery
    —————–

    and i would say sending a lone cop into a chaotic situation underarmed where he is quite likely to either get shot or shoot a civilian is bad protocol

    better for him to wait for the cavalry so he can inform them what is going on, and HOPEFULLY where the shooter is likley to be

    otherwise the cops who do come have to not only go into a building they don’t know, but they have to worry that someone shooting in the building is a cop and not a target

  201. lisab says:

    I see the BCSD regularly about.

    ———————————

    in fact, the officer at the school did NOT have a ar-15

    they will going forward, or so it has been announced

  202. lisab says:

    the real failure i see at parkland is that they never picked up cruz before the shooting

    not that they did not charge down the guns

  203. Tgca says:

    Lisa

    You are incorrect. The sheriff stated, as did the president of the BCSD association that it is protocol to engage in this situation. He further elaborated they must act quickly because every second that passes is likely to result in a death when dealing with active shooters. You are hypothesizing and trying to reason why they should not act when the boss and association representative both agree, engaging shooter is protocol which means it’s their job. It is not protocol to wait for the Calvary. It is too late by then. Go read what the sheriif stated. He stated he should have engaged and killed the shooter. That is why he was placed on UNPAID suspension. You don’t place people on unpaid leave for doing their job, and the BCSD association would not back his suspension unless he clearly violated the protocol, which the association president stated he did.

  204. Tgca says:

    There were at least 2 failures.
    1st, not taking the complaints seriously.
    2nd, officers not following protocol.

    Both are true.

  205. lisab says:

    when the boss and association representative both agree, engaging shooter is protocol which means it’s their job.
    —————–

    you mean the guys safe behind their desks

  206. lisab says:

    i can remember many examples of a shooter running into an armed person, often a homeowner, with a gun

    and getting killed

    and … as i have said, if the cops had eyes on the shooter, i think they would have engaged

    but i have never once heard of a lone cop running into a building where he did not know where the shooter was or how many their were and clearing it himself

  207. Tgca says:

    Having a semi-automatic hand gun may be just as effective as an AR-15 for shooting since they operate similarly. My semi-automatic holds 17 bullets and once I chamber the 1st bullet, I could easily fire all 17 within seconds because it’s a simple pull of the trigger. That’s the purpose of semi-automatics which most if not many officers carry. You chamber the bullet going into the situation and the rest is just ready to go as needed.

  208. lisab says:

    “their were”

    sb *there were* 🙂

  209. Tgca says:

    219

    No, I mean the guys who were also active deputies, of which the association president is still.

  210. lisab says:

    y. My semi-automatic holds 17 bullets and once I chamber the 1st bullet, I could easily fire all 17 within seconds because it’s a simple pull of the trigger
    ——————————-

    and my m14 shoots you through the cinderblock wall … which your 9mm can’t

    because you just shot the pricipal and gave away your position when he surprised you when you turned a corner and saw a man about to hit you with a baseball bat

    i of course would not have cared, because as a rule, i don’t like principals anyway

  211. lisab says:

    the thing is, if you know where the bad guy is, i would agree with you, the cops, even poorly armed ones, should engage. that does not mean i expect them to frontal assault, just engage.

  212. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    According to the news, the Broward County Sheriff has authorized his deputies to carry AR-15’s on school grounds. This may not please the anti-AR-15 crowd.

  213. Bitterlaw says:

    lisab should call the cops who refused to enter the school and them how awesome they were.

    Personally, I don’t care if they lol commit suicide. How can they live with themselves knowing they did nothing while people were being murdered?

  214. Bitterlaw says:

    I am watching Great Britain and Japan in women’s curling. I have no idea what is going on but this is intense!

  215. Tgca says:

    Bitter is watching British and Japanese women curling? Is this on QVC? Not sure watching women do their hair is exciting but whatever floats your boat dude. Personally, I’d suggest you graduate right into porn.

  216. Bitterlaw says:

    The Brits just cleared the high block! Wow.

  217. MichiganGuy says:

    Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s fundraising lagged far behind his top Democratic challenger during the first six weeks of 2018, a new federal campaign filing shows.
    .
    Ted Cruz $800,000
    Beto O’Rourke $2.3 million
    .
    Cash on Hand
    .
    Cruz 6 million
    O’Rourke 4.9 million
    .

    https://www.dallasnews.com/news/politics/2018/02/23/ted-cruz-trails-senate-challenger-beto-orourke-six-week-fundraising-haul-lot

  218. Wes says:

    It’s sad Texas can’t do better than Cruz. A solipsistic showboater who looks like an SNL parody character isn’t my idea of a great Senator.

    That said, unlike Dick the Misogynist Bastard Mourdock, Cruz is better thsn any Democrat.

  219. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Bad Headline for DACA! Take a peak at the mug on this illegal alien!

    DREAMER: DACA student arrested in Upstate New York after threatening school shooting.

  220. Bitterlaw says:

    Zzzzz. The Parkland killer was an American. There are solid arguments against DACA but that link is not one of them.

  221. hugh says:

    I am friends with a guy who manages a lot of retired cops money from dade and broward. These guys tend to be highly educated relative to other forces and very well paid. They also use various schemes to hike up their final pensions manipulating their pay the last two years. They will walk away with multi million dollar pensions. highly paid. Scott Israel has to go. He is elected, so its up to us. If Scott is smart he will run on Israel needs to go.

  222. NYCmike says:

    https://ca.news.yahoo.com/chileans-lose-faith-vatican-scrambles-contain-sex-abuse-040738050.html

    -Now Pope Francis, the Marxist Pope, is helping to bring down the number of Catholics in Chile…..most certainly an attempt to undermine capitalism in Chile…..

  223. NYCmike says:

    I am joking about the number of Catholics…..the item about undermining capitalism could be true….

  224. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #235- Bitter
    Thanks for making my point. American kids have big issues. Why compound it with non-American kids with issues?!

  225. Bitterlaw says:

    Sheeple = Your point was that we should worry that some DACA students may be shooters or violent.

  226. Bitterlaw says:

    How about we trade bad American children for good DACA ones?

  227. Hugh says:

    This Pope is not my favorite. That’s what you get with a Jesuit

  228. Messy57 says:

    The world hasn’t come to an end yet.

  229. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #242
    The USA does not have infinite resources. I say we spend those resources on American youth with issues and not on social services for DACA children. Do you have a problem with that?
    CA Proposition 187!

  230. Tgca says:

    234

    She’s cute!

  231. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    TGCA
    Yes, she is cute if she were a member of the walrus family!

  232. Bitterlaw says:

    Hugh – How is your niece doing? This may be the most difficult time. As life returns to “normal” (which it really can’t), there will be those moments of “I should tell her…” or “I should go with her to…” but she will never be there again.

  233. jason says:

    Taking the definition of moron to a new low…

    “Canadian Olympian might have gone a little too far in his post-Olympic celebrations in PyeongChang.

    According to multiple reports, freestyle skier Dave Duncan, his wife Maja, and ski cross director Willy Raine were arrested in South Korea early Saturday morning after allegedly stealing a red Hummer.

    Raine, according to police, was behind the wheel and allegedly had a blood-alcohol level more than three times the legal limit.

    Per Yonhap News Agency, Duncan and the others stole the car after a night of drinking. The car had been left running.”

  234. jason says:

    Take a peak..”

    My climbing days are over…

  235. jason says:

    Stayed up for the curling match for gold last night.

    If anyone is watching the replay now on NBCSN I won’t spoil it by saying who won.

  236. jason says:

    Canadians are just too nice.

    Drunken Americans would stolen the car AND crashed it.

  237. jason says:

    Huh, have stolen.

  238. jason says:

    US curler team doing well in replay too, very encouraging.

  239. Tina says:

    Has sheriff dumb dumb answered whether 4 officers were present or one? Did all four hide?

  240. Cash Cow TM says:

    WV teacher strike update…

    Teacher Union officials say they will still be on strike on Monday.
    All 55 county supts. closed school on Thursday and Friday during the furst 2 days of walkout. So the 2 lost days will be added on to the school calendar and no teacher will lose any pay.

    Some local county school supts. say we will have school on Monday. If school is held on Monday and teacher(s) do not show up they will not be paid.

    Teachers in local counties meeting today to discuss hat they will or won’t do.

  241. jason says:

    Walt, if they need a substitute Quechua teacher let me know.

  242. ssq says:

    US curling team wins gold in replay too, on a roll!

  243. jason says:

    Couldn’t you make that argument when the police are called to a home or business because there is a burglary. We don’t know who is inside and what weapons the person has, so the police just better wait until he is gone then go inside”

    Horrible analogy, people’s lives are not at risk in a simple burglary.

    In any case, if cops suspect a burglar is in the house, they will go in, they don’t “wait for him to leave”.

  244. Bitterlaw says:

    If a DACA student is likely to shoot up a school, I say get them therapy so they don’t shoot up a school.

    Sue me.

  245. Mr.Vito says:

    A few days ago I saw some Mexicans youths carve a man’s arms off at the shoulder, and then disembowel him. He was conscious for the whole thing.

    I really hope these people, at least, are staying on their side of the border.

  246. jason says:

    Walt, I could also volunteer my wife for the manual butter churning course. She could also milk Cash Cow for added learning experience.

  247. jason says:

    If a DACA student is likely to shoot up a school, I say get them therapy so they don’t shoot up a school.”

    If they actually made the threat, then I think there is a strong case for deportation.

  248. Mr.Vito says:

    So, there is no way Ivanka would be accepted running as a Republican, right? what do you guys think?

    What about a Haley/Trump ticket if The Donald decides he’s had enough?

  249. Mr.Vito says:

    DailyMail: Ivanka Flashes for Team USA

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5429251/Ivanka-flashes-heart-Team-USA.html

    oh. flashes a heart symbol. hmm. carry on, then.

  250. Cash Cow TM says:

    Mr. Vito,

    Walt about broke his fingers going to that link to see Ivanka Trump flashing.

    He was most disappointed about what was flashed.

  251. jason says:

    I would accept her, I am sure the deadenders wouldn’t.

  252. jason says:

    Wow great picture with South Korean Prez….

  253. mnw says:

    Vito 264

    The Donald just offhandedly told CPAC yesterday that, “We’re gonna be here another 7 years….”

    I see no indications that he thinks he’s “had enough.”

  254. Mr.Vito says:

    He certainly wouldn’t say so one year into his presidency.

    Any comments on the actual idea there?

  255. Tina says:

    Maybe the daca stoodent should be a stoodent over there, and not here.

    They are expensive to legakize

  256. Mr.Vito says:

    If she did that in Mexico, her choices would be:

    A) get hired by the cartel

    B) receive the treatment noted above

  257. DW says:

    Billy Graham has been gone for a few days now and I know his body will be in the capitol rotunda. Does anyone know when the funeral mass is scheduled?

  258. Bitterlaw says:

    Funeral mass? I think some of his followers would freak if they suspected he became a Papist.

  259. mnw says:

    Vito

    My impression is that he’s having fun.

  260. Robbie says:

    Jason fraud would have been heckling Mona Charen like the rest of the clowns at CPAC for daring to speak against the abhorrent personal behavior of Trump, the molester Roy Moore, or the anti-Semitism and Holocost denying of the Le Pen family and their despicable National Front Party.

    Tim Alberta?
    @TimAlberta

    Mona Charen, who stunned #CPAC by rebuking conservatives for excusing the behavior of Donald Trump and Roy Moore, was just escorted outside by 3 security guards after her speech. More in @POLITICOMag story later.

  261. Robbie says:

    Remember, according to more than an few at HHR (Jason and NYCmike to name two), the credible accusations made against Roy Moore were false, not because he didn’t do it, but because they were made against him in a campaign.

    In fact, NYCmike said the only way for Moore accusers to be heard was for good ole Roy to win. Jason fraud, who shills endlessly for Trump because he won with a R next to his name, wanted Moore to win because, well, he had a R next to his name. The credible molestation charges didn’t matter.

  262. Robbie says:

    It’s now been nine weeks since the news broke that Robert Mueller’s team acquired emails from Trump’s transition. When that news broke, I was assured by Tina (a Jim Hoft fan) and lisab this was clearly illegal.

    Since Mueller’s team clearly broke the law, could someone please direct to the judicial opinion that deemed anything acquired from the emails as impermissible. I would like to read it.

  263. Robbie says:

    I was very surprised to see Robert Mueller indict 13 Russians, 3 Russian businesses, Paul Manafort two different times in two days, and receive a guilty plea from Rick Gates all in just the last 8 days.

    I say that because FoxNews, Rush Limbaugh, Matt Gaetz, Byron York, Mollie Hemingway, and several other luminaries in the conservative movement assured me the Devin Nunes memo blew a hole in Mueller’s investigation and would lead to him shutting down his work.

    Those who read the Nunes memo before it was released said what was in the memo was bigger than Watergate. So why is Mueller still in business if all of those sage people were correct? They couldn’t have been completely wrong, right?

  264. Phil says:

    Why is Mueller still in business?

    You’re kidding. Right?

    The collusion stuff is going nowhere. Surely, even you can acknowledge that much.

  265. jason says:

    Wobbie is excited Gates pleaded guilty for lying about a conversation he had in 2013?

    Zzzzzz…..

  266. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #279
    Yawn. Mueller’s activities have NOTHING to do with Russian collusion by Trump or his campaign.
    IMHO, Mueller is trying to justify his investigation about a crime which never occurred.

    We know that you are desperate Robbie, now that one pollster shows Trump’s approval at 50%!

  267. jason says:

    “Json fraud, who shills endlessly for Trump because he won with a R next to his name,”

    Still waiting for Wobbie to find any post where I said Trump was a Republican.

    How about Jeb’s real killer? Any luck?

    Mueller is Wobbie’s last hope of overturning the results of the election, I guess Stormy Daniels is not going to work out.

  268. jason says:

    NBC opens coverage of Honda Classic by touting Tiger who wasn’t even on the leaderboard.

    Nick Faldo comes up with “Tiger outplaying everybody” even though he was in 11th place with about 15 players ahead of him, based on an obscure statistic of “closest to hole”.

    Then Tiger proceeds to self destruct on the next 3 holes and is now 8 shots back tied for 18th.

    You got to love the MSM.

  269. jason says:

    the credible accusations made against Roy Moore were false, not because he didn’t do it, but because they were made against him in a campaign.”

    I never said they were credible, GFY.

    I said I thought they were political hit jobs, which they were.

    I don’t believe in 40 year old “coincidences”.

    I think Roy Moore is a scumbag who doesn’t believe in the rule of law, nothing to do with the unsubstantiated accusations, but with the fact he was twice removed as Chief Justice because he refuses to obey the Constitution.

    Because I thought he would at least support part of Trump’s agenda, I preferred he win by 1 one vote over the little Marxist turd.

    But you preferred the little Marxist turd, because
    you figured he would oppose Trump, so in your petty mind it would be revenge for Jeb Bush.

    You are a pathetic moron.

  270. jason says:

    I was very surprised to see Robert Mueller indict 13 Russians,”

    Were you impressed at the level of sophistication of the Russian operation too?

    And of their level of collusion with Trump?

  271. Tina says:

    Are the reports of a stand down order by Sheriff Dumb Dumb true?

  272. Tina says:

    Where is the russian collusion indictments?

    You know trump colkuded with pooty poot.

  273. Tina says:

    Sophiatication of the muh russians!

    5 trump events, nobody attended

  274. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #286
    On page 3, all FISA warrants granted were from Judges appointed by Republican Presidents.

  275. Tina says:

    el
    @ScottJIsrael
    Sheriff Israel was a powerful voice last night at CNN’s Town Hall discussing the need for reasonable,… (link: https://fb.me/2FSHQ1SWn) fb.me/2FSHQ1SWn
    4:01 AM · Feb 22, 2018

    Sheriff dumb dumb praising himself. You may fool a low iq jebot, but your men failed. Did tou issue a stand down order? If so, why?

  276. jason says:

    Oh and Monica Charen is a hypocritical moron.

    Where does she stand on Bill Clinton’s chief enabler?

  277. Wobbles says:

    I attended the anti-Trump rally promoted by the Russians.

    As long as the Russians were anti-Trump I don’t have a problem.

    My beef is if they were anti-Hillary.

  278. Tina says:

    Dwhat does Russian Schiff For Brains state in his memo?

  279. Wobbles says:

    I can’t find any post where jason says Trump is a Republican, even though I have repeatedly lied that he thinks that is important.

    However I am close to finding Jeb’s real killers.

    I have determined its someone with initials JB, have now hired some investigators to try to find out what that stands for.

  280. Tina says:

    WH slams schifft for brains memo

    While the Democrats’ memorandum attempts to undercut the President politically, the President supported its release in the interest of transparency. Nevertheless, this politically driven document fails to answer serious concerns raised by the Majority’s memorandum about the use of partisan opposition research from one candidate, loaded with uncorroborated allegations, as a basis to ask a court to approve surveillance of a former associate of another candidate, at the height of a presidential campaign.

    As the Majority’s memorandum stated: the FISA judge was never informed that Hillary Clinton and the DNC funded the dossier that was a basis for the Department of Justice’s FISA application. In addition, the Minority’s memo fails to even address the fact that the Deputy FBI Director told the Committee that had it not been for the dossier: no surveillance order would have been sought. As the President has long stated, neither he nor his campaign ever colluded with a foreign power during the 2016 election: and nothing in today’s memo counters that fact.”

    – Sarah Sanders: White House Press Secretary

  281. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #296
    Schiff accuses Nunes et al of fabrication and exaggeration and the Steele Dossier was legit and only a small part of the FISA warrant request.
    Through his silence on the matter, Schiff does admit that the FISA Court was not directly informed about the Clinton campaigns payment for the Steele Dossier.

  282. Diamond Jim says:

    CCC

  283. Tina says:

    Deputy fbi director confirms no surveillance without dossier.

    This is Mccabe, who testified under oath to that.

    Schiffty ignores that.

  284. Tina says:

    Mccabe scres schiffty on the dossier though.

    Schifftys memo is sheot for the reasons high,ighted by the wh.

    We have them on this one.

    Notice too hiw schiff dor brains minimizes ohr, makes no mention of ugly ohr, and dismisses outright the comments made by pete the cheat and the mistress.

  285. Tina says:

    The Scheme Team is busted.

  286. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    289. “Are the reports of a stand down order by Sheriff Dumb Dumb true?”

    There appeared to be what amounted to a stand down order at the Pulse Nightclub. If it is true, imagine the officers who are now being accused of what amounts to cowardice will confirm it.

  287. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Tina
    Good reply to the Democrat Rebuttal by Mr. Nunes!

    https://intelligence.house.gov/uploadedfiles/democrat_memo_charge_and_response.pdf

  288. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Robbie has a good memory, he is still talking about Roy Moore.

  289. Tina says:

    Re the shooting

    Here is the answer from joe scarfarce aka mika joe scarfarce:

    The cop could not go in because he was overmatched.

    “OVERMATCHED”

  290. Tina says:

    Sheeple, nunes just destroyed schiff for brains.

    Their memo is garbage.

  291. Tina says:

    IF page were a russian spy, Dont you think he would have been arrested by now?

    Yah think?

  292. Tina says:

    Page is and was an fbi asset.

    I would bet this.

  293. Tina says:

    Donald J. Trump
    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    30m
    BIG CPAC STRAW POLL RESULTS: 93% APPROVE OF THE JOB PRESIDENT TRUMP IS DOING (Thank you!). 50% say President Trump should Tweet MORE or SAME (funny!). 79% say Republicans in Congress should do a better job of working with President Trump (starting to happen).

  294. Tina says:

    Media
    Likes
    Donald J. Trump’s Tweets
    Donald J. Trump
    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
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    Dem Memo: FBI did not disclose who the clients were – the Clinton Campaign and the DNC. Wow!
    4.3K
    3.8K
    11.8K
    Donald J. Trump
    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    24m
    The Democrat memo response on government surveillance abuses is a total political and legal BUST. Just confirms all of the terrible things that were done. SO ILLEGAL!
    5.3K
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    13.7K

  295. Tina says:

    eeted
    Sebastian Gorka DrG
    Sebastian Gorka DrG
    @SebGorka
    ·
    6m
    PERFECT.

    @RepAdamSchiff’s memo is a credible as a FISA warrant application signed by @Comey.

  296. Tina says:

    Tweets & replies
    Media
    Likes
    Donald J. Trump’s Tweets
    Donald J. Trump
    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    5m
    “Russians had no compromising information on Donald Trump” @FoxNews Of course not, because there is none, and never was. This whole Witch Hunt is an illegal disgrace…and Obama did nothing about Russia!

  297. Tgca says:

    I see Robbie is trying to malign our great president again.

    It is time for the US citizenry to rise up and effect change.

    Disband the Constitution.
    Make Trump king!!!
    Long live King Trump!

    Queen Melania!
    Princess Ivanka!
    Prince Barron!

  298. Cash Cow TM says:

    BOONDOGGLE

    blood on egg

  299. mnw says:

    One of Rep. Cramer’s 5 children is in the ICU & is probably well be dying, according to the scanty info available.

    The son in question is 35, & whatever happened, it happened suddenly.

  300. Messy57 says:

    311. You expected otherwise?

    Rick Gates lied during his “queen for a day” testimony. How stupid is that? He was head of internet operations when he was Trump’s deputy campaign manager.

    He was Manafort’s sidekick, how come he didn’t get booted out too?

  301. Messy57 says:

    The #2 person in the Trump campaign is now a felon. He conspired against the United States. Hoo Hoo Hoo!

  302. mnw says:

    Disintigrate (sic)/ queeny for a day 318

    Does “queen for a day” refer to use or transactional immunity, in your view? Know the difference?

    Who the hell are you? How far did u go in school, seriously? Do u have any self-awareness of how ridiculous you look writing about complex legal issues… when you think “disintegrate” is spelled with three “i”s?

  303. mnw says:

    “hoo hoo hoo” ?

    Here is the morons’ new God King

  304. NYCmike says:

    Robbie doesn’t disappoint!

    Cray-Z!

  305. Tina says:

    Lied qbout sheot when? What year?

  306. Tina says:

    Donald J. Trump
    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    52m
    “Congressman Schiff omitted and distorted key facts” @FoxNews So, what else is new. He is a total phony!

  307. Bitterlaw says:

    I would never defend Trump because there is an (R)next to his name. The (R) is a lie anyway. However, I am happy there is not a (D) next to the name of the President.

  308. Tgca says:

    Ok. I’m about to go out and get a bite to eat. Been stuck in the house all day working. I need to find my sweater 1st since it’s currently a chilly 75 degrees. Brghhh!

  309. NYCmike says:

    “The (R) is a lie anyway.”

    -Judges, policy, less regulations say the opposite.

    Then again, when did actual evidence ever matter to a lawyer.

  310. Tina says:

    tax cuts too.

    But just minor little details.

  311. Tina says:

    Fox News
    ?
    @FoxNews
    President @realDonaldTrump on Dem FISA memo: “A lot of bad things happened on the other side, not on this side, but the other side. And somebody should look into it because what they did was really fraudulent.”
    6:08 PM – Feb 24, 2018

    Boom. Who? Please tell who?

  312. mnw says:

    I think if we knew nothing else about Trump other than the actions he’s taken as President to date, he is very “Republican” indeed!

    What more would you have him do, that he hasn’t done?

    It helps him that so many of us, including me, suspected he would be sort of Arnold Schwarzenegger 2.0 if he won. Pleasant surprise on the upside.

  313. Bitterlaw says:

    The McConnell/Ryan tax cuts?

    Tina leaves them out of it.

    Of course, NYC will soon be extolling the virtues of the infrastructure bill. I am sure there will be enough gifts to the unions that some Dems will support.

    My only goal was for Trump to beat Hillary.

  314. Tina says:

    My goal was for hm to beat hillary too, plus govern more conservativeky than the bush bots, and maybe, in some cases, more like, or better than reagan.

  315. Tina says:

    And nobody remebers or cares what senators passed or drafted the tax cuts.

    It is the oresident that earns the kudos.

  316. Tina says:

    Schiff tweeted, “Wrong again, Mr. President. It confirms the FBI acted appropriately and that Russian agents approached two of your advisors, and informed your campaign that Russia was prepared to help you by disseminating stolen Clinton emails.”

    Schiff for Brains must be on drugs. This is not even part of any record.

  317. Tina says:

    Apparently, not the mona lisa charon, was removed from cpac.

    Good, thus bushbot ahould not be allowed to speak. Go speak to the drats, beitch.

  318. Wes says:

    I was smoking cigars–yes, Bitter, I like cigars; live with it–today with a black man, a former sergeant in the Army who is a staunch Trump supporter. We have met at the same cigar shop every Saturday morning for the past month to discuss our mutual love for cigars and any other issue that comes up, usually politics. He told me he literally prayed Trump would save the country from Hillary and thinks Trump will be a great President, citing Trump’s support of the tax reform bill as a key reason.

    I told him I’m not as yet inclined to think Trump will be a great President, but thus far he’s exceeded my expectations.

    Just an anecdotal story about how at least one Trump supporter I know feels.

  319. Bitterlaw says:

    Obama supporters loved Obama.

    Trump supporters love Trump.

    Zzzzzzzzz

    If you like smoking cigars, good. I gave no interest.

  320. Bitterlaw says:

    Have no interest in smoking.

  321. Bitterlaw says:

    I voted for Trump. If he is nominee of the GOP in 2020, I will have to endure voting for him again. That does not mean I have to like him or kiss his ass. He beat Hillary and gave me a SCOTUS justice and some Federal judges. Signing the GOP tax cut was a bonus.

    We’ll see how the gift to unions in the infrastructure plan works out.

  322. Tina says:

    Steven Miller
    Steven Miller
    @StephenMilIer
    ·
    2h
    The Democratic memo omitted all references to the DNC and Clinton campaign… Just like the FISA application.

    Parody account

  323. Tgca says:

    Let’s face it. Trump drove the agenda for tax cuts, immigration, and healthcare reform since day 1. The tax cuts would not be happening without him pushing this from day 1, even before elected. He basically gave Congress the framework from which to do their job and constantly pressured them to work on it and get him a bill he could sign on taxes. They failed on healthcare thanks to McCain, the lying GOP traitor who voted against a bill he previously voted for.

    I would bet my life the tax cuts would not have occurred to the extent they did under Jeb, Rubio, or any other GOP POTUS. We got the perm Corp rate deduction that has been 40 years in the making with no GOP POTUS able to do it even when they had the majority to do so a few times. That is a huge accomplishment that will benefit business for years to come. Give credit where it’s do. Trump has been the most successful and accomplished 1st year POTUS since Reagan, in spite of extreme 24/7 opposition by Dems, MSM, and many sore-losing GOPers.

  324. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Tgca says: “Ok. I’m about to go out and get a bite to eat. Been stuck in the house all day working. I need to find my sweater 1st since it’s currently a chilly 75 degrees. Brghhh!”

    It is now 45 degrees in San Diego were I live on the coast. Inland it is going into 30’s, and mountains are at freezing.

    Last year Gov. Brown informed us we were in permanent drought, and it rained so hard it caused major flooding; this year Brown emphasized global warming, and we have had record cold. How about if Brown spent next year just focused on running the state.

  325. Bitterlaw says:

    Then you can blow him. I won’t.*

    *I would say that to any poster. Don’t feel special.

  326. Bitterlaw says:

    I treat Trump the way Reagan treated the Soviets – Trust but verify.

  327. Hugh says:

    248. She seems to be as okay as she can be. My wife is seeing her Monday. My wife is much better at this than I am. My niece is Chinese adopted by my sister and as such we have pitched in a lot. My wife particularly so who is very close with her. She got a memorial tatoo for her friend. I am not happy about it but I am keeping my mouth shut. My son said it’s okay and I am too old to relate. I appreciate you asking. I hope Scott Israel goes to you know where. Pompous political as s hole that he showed himself to be. Geraldo said it best the bcpd looks like a big much of donut eating cops.

  328. Bitterlaw says:

    Is it wrong to ask the name of her friend? No need to do so.

  329. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    341. I agree with Tgca. Compare Trump to General Patton, who was overbearing, narcissistic and vulgar; but he was also capable of plowing through enemy lines and destroying his opposition. Trump some of the same traits.

    As Priebus said: “[Trump] is a man who fears no one and nothing,” continued Priebus, “and there is absolutely nothing he’s intimidated by. . . . And that’s very rare in politics. Most people in politics are people who have sort of an approval addiction. Now, granted, President Trump does too, but he’s willing to weather one storm after the next to get to an end result that most people are not willing to weather. . . . He doesn’t mind the craziness, the drama, or the difficulty, as long as an end goal is in sight. He will endure it.”

    Before Trump, Republicans were intimidated by the Democrats and the press. Despite having majorities in Congress, Obama as president basically ruled by decree. It took someone who was politically incorrect, and was willing to ignore all the attacks and abuse, to change the direction of the country.

  330. Phil says:

    Couldn’t have expressed it any better, SD.

    What separates Trump from Republicans since Ronald Reagan is a willingness to say things conservatives think but are too intimidated by the establishment, the PC crew, and the media to actually say out loud.

  331. Wes says:

    Tg, you can blame Trump at least in part for McCain’s apostasy. He did that to slight Trump for having denigrated his military service. I don’t agree with him, but I can’t say I wouldn’t have acted differently given how Trump talked about McCain.

    Regardless, Trump, while a mixed bag as President, has proved better than I expected. I still haven’t committed to voting for him for reelection, but unless he becomes another GWB, I am leaning more that way ghan previously.

  332. Wes says:

    Trump is no Reagan, but he has the makings of a surprisingly successful President. We will have to see if he can achieve that lofty goal.

  333. Wes says:

    As for my story about my smoking partner, I told that to illustrate how people I interact with on the ground feel. He has lost none or almost none of his fervent supporters while his opposition is fractured and honestly doesn’t know how to handle him.

    That is an intriguingly Reaganesque quality, though I reiterate Trump is no Reagan.

  334. MichiganGuy says:

    Generic Congressional Ballot:
    .
    Democrats 40% (+2)
    Republicans 38%
    .
    MorningConsult/politico 2/15-19
    .
    https://morningconsult.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/180211_crosstabs_POLITICO_v1_DK-1-1-1.pdf

  335. Tgca says:

    Blow whom?

    That’s just rude Bitter! Shame on you.

    Is he cute?

  336. Tgca says:

    I disagree Wes. McCain being infantile and screwing the GOP and millions of folks because he has a grudge tells me that POS should retire and let a real conservative represent his constituents and the GOP. Hence, the reason. I view him as a traitor.

    Yeah, Trump is narcissistic and immature but at least when it comes down to it, he is willing to put grudges aside and work for a workable solution. He has a history of doing that. McCain, not so.

  337. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Whatever we can say about Trump, at least he did not put on the clown show that Trudeau of Canada just did in India:

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1642715/4-indians-fiercely-ridicule-justin-trudeau-wearing-fancy-dress/

  338. Tina says:

    Before Trump, Republicans were intimidated by the Democrats and the press.

    Excellent point. The Bush wing are famous dor this.

  339. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Tina and SD:

    Is Diane Feinstein in trouble for her re-election bid? Last night, she did NOT receive the endorsement of the CA Democrat Party!

    Sounds like the Republicans in 2010 when Dick Lugar(Indiana) and Bob Bennett(Utah) were booted in their primaries!

  340. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    (H/T: CS)
    Does anyone disagree?

    Congrats to the FBI on catching Arizona coach Sean Miller. You missed Nikolas Cruz, the Boston bombers, the 9/11 attackers, the San Bernardino terrorists, the Fort Hood terrorist, the Pulse nightclub terrorist and Larry Nassar but college sports is safe.

  341. Hugh says:

    The dems now have their own deadenders to contend with. However without a Roy Moore moment it matters not in CA.

  342. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Messy:
    So CNN has attacked a school shooting “survivor”. CNN is all class?!
    Also, Liberals like you,also cretins, have said that these students have absolute moral authority!

  343. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    This kid,David Hogg, is something else! Here, he excuses the inaction by the police officer at his school because “he is only human”! The blowback against him is immediate and intense.

    https://twitchy.com/brettt-3136/2018/02/24/were-done-here-parkland-survivor-understands-why-armed-deputy-didnt-want-to-face-down-an-ar-15/

  344. Tina says:

    Hogg needs to quit now.

    The sheriff resource officer had the best chance to stop this cold. I am not saying nobody would have died, however.

  345. Tina says:

    Looks like sheriff israel had a disasteous interview on cnn with fake flapper.

  346. Tina says:

    Conversation
    Arthur Schwartz
    Arthur Schwartz
    @ArthurSchwartz
    I watched from my living room window as the the WTC buildings collapsed with my friends & colleagues inside. My NYPD & FDNY pals that died that day probably didn’t “want” to be inside the towers. The media are making these kids say foolish things. Please stop.

  347. Phil says:

    Sheriff Israel said he has shown “amazing leadership”

    Got to hand it to Tapper. He didn’t let this guy get away with that and was having none of it.

    Yeah, sheriff. It was amazing alright. LOL

  348. Tina says:

    Maybe, fake flapper finalky realized he was be8ng played. He is always a day late and a dollar short.

    Clearly, sheriff israel needs to resign.

  349. Phil says:

    Normally, any of the hacks at CNN would let this “sheriff” get away with saying just about anything for the cause. In this case, it was even too ridiculous for even Tapper.

  350. Phil says:

    This Hogg kid is a piece of work.

  351. NYCmike says:

    Phil,

    Robbie has declared any snowflakes to be beyond criticism. And Bitterlaw is offended by such statements.

    Please refrain.

  352. Phil says:

    I can’t help it. Enough is enough.

  353. Tina says:

    For mr. Hogg

    007 @SashaHullu and @drawandstrike
    Special Agent Crystal Griner, US Capital Police, is the one who killed the fatheaded Bernie Bro who shot Scalise and the others.

    Agent Griner did her job, despite having less firepower.

  354. lisab says:

    the two white actors in black pather were both in the lord of the rings

  355. lisab says:

    they are the tolien white guys

  356. lisab says:

    they are the **tolkien** white guys

  357. Tina says:

    Moochelle liked that movie..

  358. lisab says:

    CNN Poll: Trump approval slides, matches lowest point of presidency

    WASHINGTON (CNN)President Donald Trump’s approval rating in a new CNN poll conducted by SSRS stands at 35%, down five points over the last month to match his lowest level yet.

  359. Cash Cow TM says:

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  361. JC says:

    lisab says:
    February 25, 2018 at 2:01 pm
    CNN Poll: Trump approval slides, matches lowest point of presidency
    ———————

    Lol. Of course it does. After all, it’s not like cnn is an ultra partisan liberal propaganda machine or anything. It’s just a coincidence that their own poll comes out in complete contradiction to all the other polls in a perfectly timely manor that just happens to suit the dems interests at a time when they desperately need a new narrative.

    Complete coincidence.

    Since that’s cleared up, I’m off to harass harmles old ladies and dig through people’s trash in my hunt for collusion.

  362. Ron N says:

    381. I am surprised it’s that high only using 22% R

  363. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #382
    Jake Tapper admitted as much on CNN’s State of the Union Show this morning.
    Rick Santorum confronted him about this poll on two data points.
    1) Why the Republican weighted average in the CNN is 23% when the GOP receives 33-35% in national elections,and
    2) Why the poll is weighted in PID at D+10 when that has not happened in decades

    Good for Mr. Santorum.

    Also, lisab, Trump’s approval rating with Registered Voters in the same poll is 39%, not 35%, which is Registered and Unregistered.

  364. Messy57 says:

    362. When a victim attacks a third party using lies, then he or she should be called out on it.

    The fact that he EDITED an email to change it’s meaning and using said doctored email as evidence completely destroys his credebility and is likely to ruin his last year at high school.

  365. lisab says:

    obama was much higher in the cnn poll at this point in his presidency

  366. Tina says:

    Cnn is becoming worse than tabloid thrash.

  367. Tina says:

    n Cardillo
    @johncardillo
    ·
    2h
    BREAKING: FL Dept. of Law Enforcement has agreed to launch an investigation into @browardsheriff Scott Israel’s mishandling of #Parkland.

    Also, the federal government coukd open up an investigation into sheriff dumb dumb for civil rights violations.

  368. Tina says:

    75 florida lawmakers sign petition to remove sheriff dumb dumb.

  369. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Sheeple, Jr. says: Tina and SD:

    “Is Diane Feinstein in trouble for her re-election bid? Last night, she did NOT receive the endorsement of the CA Democrat Party!

    Sounds like the Republicans in 2010 when Dick Lugar(Indiana) and Bob Bennett(Utah) were booted in their primaries!”

    Believe Feinstein will still win. De Leon did not get the endorsement either. The Democratic Party grassroots has been taken over by a lot of far left activists, but the actual Senate primary is a “jungle” primary where all the candidates, regardless of party, are on the same ballot. About 45% of California’s registered voters are Democrats; 26% Republican, and 25% independent.

    It is likely that both Democratic candidates Feinstein and de Leon will be in the final election. However, de Leon is facing sexual harassment allegations. A recent poll found Feinstein ahead 45% to de Leon’s 21%.

    Bennett did not receive the endorsement of the Utah Republican Convention, which at the time could choose the nominee. He was ahead in the polls and would have won the primary. Utah now allowed candidates to also get on the ballot by collecting enough signatures. Last year Curtis won the Republican primary despite another candidate getting the endorsement of the convention.

  370. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The controversies over what several of the Florida high school students said is an example of why it is wrong to use adolescent high schools students as political props. CNN should be ashamed.

  371. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    391, To me what CNN has done makes them what amounts to political pedophiles.

  372. Robbie says:

    You mean weeks of wild, unhinged tweet storms, an aide who beat the crap out of two of his wives, affairs with a porn star and a playmate, and having three of the top members of your campaign indicted and/or plead guilty (Flynn, Manafort, Gates) isn’t good for a president’s standing?

    Sean T at RCP
    ?@SeanTrende

    Seems pretty clear that we’re on a downward trend on Trump’s job approval. We’ll see how far he follows the pattern back down.

  373. Bitterlaw says:

    Focus on the important things. The Walking Dead is back tonight!

  374. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    It is interesting to note the Suffolk/US Today poll that now has Trump at 38%; had him at 33% on December 17, 2017. This is supposed to be one of the polls showing Trump’s popularity is falling?

  375. Tina says:

    FTRUMP News 24/7
    @MichaelDelauzon
    So now liberal radio talk show hosts say there’s a “possibility” the NRA has ties with Russia!
    2:39 PM – Feb 25, 2018

    The russian hoaxers are back at it,

  376. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    393. “Focus on the important things. The Walking Dead is back tonight!”

    So is Robbie. Some choice.

  377. Tina says:

    Cn and n fake flapper has met his quota of one truthful interview for the year, re his interview with leftist hillary bot, Sheriff Dumb Dumb today.

    The executives are panicked at cnn with flappers town hall from the other day.

  378. Tina says:

    Larry Schweikart
    Larry Schweikart
    @LarrySchweikart
    ·
    1h
    Pretty funny what a true nothingburger the DemoKKKrat memo has proven to be.
    No coverage, no interest, just Schifty whining and crying.

    It’s ok Schifty. We’ll get you an hour a day outside time at the Fed Lockup.

  379. Bitterlaw says:

    CD

  380. Bitterlaw says:

    Phil,

    Robbie has declared any snowflakes to be beyond criticism. And Bitterlaw is offended by such statements. Please refrain.

    Zzzzzzzz. Despite every effort to correct the common perception that he is a moron, NYC is a moron. I have not spoken at all about this young man. He has a right to speak and the fact that I disagree with what he said does not limit his right. Criticize him all you want.

    I will say that if anybody murders my friends, I will speak freely and you mf-ers won’t like what I say.

  381. Phil says:

    Young Hogg is free to talk all he wants. That’s pretty much all he’s done nonstop in front of any camera he can find. His right to talk is not the issue with me. Let him talk – but the latest BS he’s shoveling regarding the deputy is absolute drivel. I know he wants to keep the focus on guns and the NRA but come on.

  382. NYCmike says:

    Won’t like what you say? Why?

    Would it be as unhelpful as what CNN and most of these emotionally-wrought kids are saying?

  383. NYCmike says:

    The more information (FACTS) that comes out,the more reasons to call out CNN and any individual that acts to push the same agenda.

  384. Bitterlaw says:

    My Exit Rant will be epic. I have been working on it for 14 years. No hints. You will just have to wait.

  385. Phil says:

    Well, you had better make it good. The Maxwell rant set the bar pretty darned high.

  386. Tgca says:

    I can’t wait until Bitter has a real hissy fit. Where’s my popcorn?

  387. Bitterlaw says:

    Phil- Knowing the high standard I must meet keeps me here.

  388. Bitterlaw says:

    Carl!

  389. mnw says:

    Kasich sez that the 2-Party system is dying; & multi-party system is the future.

    OK, so that’s it, then.

  390. Tgca says:

    Kasich is desperate and knows he can’t win GOP primary or even come close to it so he’s hoping to sow discontent in GOP primary. He’s about exciting as George Pataki.

  391. Bitterlaw says:

    I voted for Kasich over Trump in the PA primary.

  392. Bitterlaw says:

    There was nobody left to vote for and there was no way I could vote for Trump until the other choice was Hillary.

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  394. MichiganGuy says:

    Folks, I have some sad news. I hate to be the one to tell you guys but, Omarosa got evicted from the ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ house.
    .
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/omarosa-gets-evicted-from-the-‘celebrity-big-brother’-house/ar-BBJAFb5?ocid=spartandhp
    ——————————————————————————————————————
    Why is this world so cruel!

  395. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    King Zamunda of Bogo Pogo contacted me by coconut mail and said that it took some several days for Pogoians to realize the blue wave that the concern troll was screaming about at the beach every day was not a tsunami.

  396. lisab says:

    with trump’s popularity at 35%

    robbie will be back

  397. Bitterlaw says:

    Spoiler Alert – Some zombies and some people died on The Walking Dead last night.

  398. Messy57 says:

    411. George Pataki was elected Governor of New York THREE times. He seemed exiting at the time.

  399. Tina says:

    I was perhaps the biggest backer of kasich here in 2016. He has realky disappointed me. He wants to go turd party. The guy is in it all for himself,

  400. NYCmike says:

    “411. George Pataki was elected Governor of New York THREE times. He seemed exiting at the time.”

    -The first time, it was exciting, because most hoped he would be another Rudy Giuliani.

    The second time, we hoped he could just make some lasting changes to how government spent money.

    The third time, he was helped by the events happening after 9/11, and the fact that ANY DEMOCRAT is moonbat crazy!

    He did NOTHING to change spending habits in the state capital over the long-term. Yes, he tried in his first term, but that was it. The fight was gone after that, and re-election and patronage became the new aim for his administration.

    The sad thing: He was still better than any Democrat.

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  402. MichiganGuy says:

    Democrat Jon Ossoff says no to second bid for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District.:(

  403. MichiganGuy says:

    “The Supreme Court on Monday declined to enter the national controversy over “dreamers,” turning down the Trump administration’s request to immediately review lower court decisions that keep in place the program that protects undocumented immigrants brought here as children from deportation.”
    .
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/courts_law/supreme-court-declines-trump-request-to-take-up-daca-controversy-now/2018/02/26/4fb2e528-132f-11e8-9570-29c9830535e5_story.html?hpid=hp_hp-top-table-main_dacano-942am%3Ahomepage%2Fstory&utm_term=.e0ab0a1a3af6
    ——————————————————————————————————————–
    Cowards!

  404. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #427
    Disappointing, but the key word is “immediately”. It is stuck at the 9th Circuit and then it will proceed to SCOTUS.
    This decision makes The Donald’s March 5th cancellation date moot, but it also keeps DACA in limbo, which DACA recipients cannot be happy about. The program CANNOT expand until SCOTUS makes its full decision.

  405. mnw says:

    SCOTUS was no surprise. It said it “expects the CCA to act expeditiously.”

  406. DW says:

    Not exactly Al Michaels ‘Do You Believe in Miracles’ but USA’s Curling gold:

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

  407. Tina says:

    Hogg asks dan fake news chief rather about a career in journalism live on air.

    It is all about hoggs carerr in tv.

  408. Tgca says:

    I was not putting down Pataki. I was insinuating he is bland and in this day and age with social media, he is not an attractive candidate and could not win on a national level, as is the case with Kasich. Everything now seems to be over the top for both parties.

    Besides, Kasich has been around 40 years and his time has passed, and he has nothing to offer a very divided nation with many party marching politicians on both sides. The days of moderates and crossing over to support solutions are long gone due to extreme activism and social media compounding within minutes pressure on politicians who don’t tow the line.

  409. jason says:

    LOL

    “You said during a TV interview last month that you are absolutely sure that Donald Trump is currently having an affair, while President, behind the back of the First Lady. I repeat, you said you were absolutely sure,” asked Fordham, who was filling in for Karl Stefanovic.

    Despite no technical issues beforehand, Wolff immediately insisted he could no longer hear the TV host.

    “Hold on, I can’t …” he muttered, as he fiddled with his earpiece.

    “Last week, you backflipped and said, ‘I do not know if the President is having an affair.’ Do you owe the President and the First Lady an apology, Mr Wolff?” Fordham pressed.

    “I can’t hear you. Hello?” Wolff responded.

    “Just last month you said you were absolutely sure that the President was having an affair, and now you say he is not,” the Today host continued, before the American author again responded: “I’m not getting anything.”

    “You are not hearing me, Mr Wolff?” Fordham asked, as Wolff dismantled his earpiece and got up to walk away. “Mr Wolff was hearing me before, but he’s not hearing me anymore … So the interview may be over.”

  410. jason says:

    “The Supreme Court on Monday declined to enter the national controversy over “dreamers,” turning down the Trump administration’s request to immediately review lower court decisions that keep in place the program that protects undocumented immigrants brought here as children from deportation.”

    But…

    WE ARE WINNING!

  411. Tina says:

    I understand that the supremes would not take up this matter because of bypassing the cca, but I am worried about Rinos kennedy and roberts.

  412. jason says:

    We are one election or one SCOTUS judge away from having open borders and citizenship and voting rights for all illegals, but the immigration deadenders still think we are winning by doing nothing on immigration.

    It’s the bury the head in sand strategy taken to new extremes.

  413. Bitterlaw says:

    SCOTUS wants the lower court to do its homework for them, if 5 Justices like the result, they can just affirm it. If 5 don’t like it, they can go through oral argument a write a Decision.

  414. jason says:

    I thought all the immigration deadenders here said DACA was dead.

    We have an opportunity to settle this issue in a bipartisan manner with an orderly process that will not only take this monkey off the GOP’s back but also get funding for border security. While there is a path for citizenship for the Dreamers, it will be over a decade away, maybe by then the GOP will have figured a way to get a chunk of this vote by offering more than the crumbs the Dems offer.

    Yet immigration deadenders think we are winning by doing nothing.

    It’s beyond stupid.

    While this 800-lb gorilla is in the room, and hundreds of thousands still crossing illegally, Cotton-Perdue are out there proposing 50% cuts in LEGAL immigration.

    WE ARE WINNING.

  415. jason says:

    This smells a lot like the gay marriage issue.

    Dozens of states voted to affirm marriage as between a man and a woman, Congress passed laws to that effect, etc. but in the end the courts just decided it was legal and the fight was over.

    The Dreamers are not going anywhere, no court including SCOTUS will let them be deported, so the best that can be done is a deal where non-criminals get to stay, citizenship gets pushed forward a decade or more, and at least you get border security funding.

    Anyone who thinks there is a better outcome than that on the table is sorely deluded.

    If no deal is made, the DEMS will get everything they want and the GOP will get nothing.

    Elections have consequences.

  416. jason says:

    The sad thing: He was still better than any Democrat.”

    Wow, the NY Deadender Association will be reviewing NYC’s status, unless he issues an immediate apology.

  417. Tina says:

    However, the courts are overreaching their authority. Ruling on ending a program illegally set up without congressional authority,

    If the eo was legal to set up, then it coukd be torn down,

    We need better judges that will rule on law, not because they want to be legislators.

  418. jason says:

    He seemed exiting at the time.”

    No, when he got elected he was entering office, not exiting.

    If you mean exciting, go back to grade school.

  419. jason says:

    We need better judges that will rule on law, not because they want to be legislators.”

    Yeah, but throwing away 6 senate seats to SEND A MESSAGE didn’t exactly achieve that.

    Elections have consequences.

    Obama and Clinton had 16 years to fill the courts with activist judges.

  420. Bitterlaw says:

    How about this idea? Give DACA members some form of legal status. If they are allowed to apply for citizenship and it is granted, there is an X year (choose one) ban on chain migration. Or make it lifetime. Just be done with this issue.

  421. jason says:

    uling on ending a program illegally set up without congressional authority,”

    Yes

    And the travel ban?

    Completely under the power of the President to implement.

    And firing Comey?

    Completely under the discretion of the President.

    EHC.

  422. jason says:

    “just be done with this issue.

    I guess you realize we are not winning….

  423. Tina says:

    Was this a oresidential policy or an eo?

    Will be interesting what the men and wimen in black ribes think. I am sure the illegal immigritaiin defenders will event some law.

  424. Tina says:

    And the 8 years of Mute 43, managed to help fill activist judges too?

  425. NYCmike says:

    “Yet immigration deadenders think we are winning by doing nothing.”

    -Why do you keep writing this?

    Please name the people who think that is true.

    Thanks in advance for those names.

  426. Tina says:

    Ronna McDaniel
    @GOPChairwoman
    ·
    18h
    A new Gallup survey shows that the percentage of Americans who are satisfied with the United States’ standing in the world has increased by 13 percentage points under @POTUS. Now at a 13-year high!

  427. Tina says:

    Mediaite
    @Mediaite
    David Hogg: Gov. Rick Scott Should Be ‘Held Accountable’ For Sheriff’s Deputies That Didn’t Confront Shooter (link: http://mediaite.com/a/tnopp) mediaite.com/a/tnopp

  428. jason says:

    Please name the people who think that is true.

    Can I start with you?

    First, let me congratulate you on admitting you are an immigration deadender.

    Second, you defend the status quo so the logical assumption is that you think we are winning.

    You think its great that every compromise on immigration is defeated. So we must be winning, why change anything right?

  429. jason says:

    And the 8 years of Mute 43, managed to help fill activist judges too?”

    Yeah, they were all the same, GWB’s judges and Obama’s?

    Okayyy….

    Proves my point.

  430. jason says:

    Ouch….and Heh…

    “Fellow conservatives Anthony Kennedy and Samuel Alito were particularly forceful in questioning the lawfulness of the fees, based on the notion that collective bargaining is in essence a political activity. Unions argue that their political activity is separate from negotiating contracts.

    “Does this case affect the political influence of unions?” Kennedy asked union lawyer David Frederick.

    “Yes,” Frederick said.

    “Isn’t that the end of this case?” Kennedy said.

  431. GPO says:

    One Teacher’s Brilliant Strategy to Stop Future School Shootings—and It’s Not About Guns

    https://www.rd.com/advice/parenting/stop-bullying-strategy/

  432. NYCmike says:

    GPO,

    Was JUST going to post that link, via Instapundit. My wife heard about it last week from her cousin, who home schools.

    Brilliant idea. Simple concept.

  433. NYCmike says:

    “Can I start with you?” – NO.

    “First, let me congratulate you on admitting you are an immigration deadender.” – Not needed, or desired.

    “Second, you defend the status quo so the logical assumption is that you think we are winning.” – Please copy and paste where I “defend” the current system of unenforced laws. Logic, obviously, is NOT your best suit color, or whatever it is they say.

    “You think its great that every compromise on immigration is defeated. So we must be winning, why change anything right?” – If the Democrats don’t make a compromise, and only Republicans compromise, I do NOT consider that a compromise. I consider that an appeasement, or worse, a surrender. Maybe we need to make sure what your definition of “compromise” is……..is it listed under “Neville Chamberlain and Peace in our time”?

  434. Tina says:

    The first thing to notice here is the epistemological contortions by which the DOJ rationalized concealing that the Clinton campaign and the DNC paid for Steele’s reporting. They ooze consciousness of guilt. If you have to go through these kinds of mental gymnastics to avoid disclosing something, it’s because you know that being “transparent” demands disclosing it.

    A. mccarthy.

    I am now for ending fisa based on their chronic abuses.

  435. Phil says:

    Young Hogg blames deputy inaction in Florida high school shooting on – wait for it ………..Governor Rick Scott.

    Perhaps it is time for this kid to just finish high school.

  436. Tgca says:

    This disgusts me. They adopt a pet and slaughter it for food in violation of the adoption agreement. I hope this guy and anyone else in his family chokes to death on their next meal. I respect the right of folks to eat meat but to go to an adoption center, adopt an animal, and make a meal of it is vile beyond comprehension. That animal would be alive today if adopted by another responsible person.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/molly-the-pig-1.4550000

  437. NYCmike says:

    “Perhaps it is time for this kid to just finish high school.”

    -First, Robbie will have him replace Trump as President……

  438. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “According to the sheriff, he had now seen the surveillance camera videos establishing that the deputy had been outside for the entire time Cruz went on his rampage. “I am devastated. Sick to my stomach. He never went in,” Israel said. Israel added that his deputy should have acted. “Addressed the killer,” he said. “Killed the killer.”

    But “Stoneman Douglas student Brandon Huff, 18, a senior, said he had seen Peterson standing outside the building and talking on his radio during the shooting,” according to reports in the Florida Sun-Sentinel and The New York Times.

    The deputy appears to have been in constant radio contact with Israel’s Broward County Sheriff’s Office. Jim Bell, president of the Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputies Association, told reporters that Peterson thinks he followed protocol. “He believed he did a good job calling in the location, setting up the perimeter and calling in the description [of Cruz],” Bell told reporters.

    So with all that radio communication between the Sheriff’s Office and Peterson at the school, are we really supposed to believe the first time Israel realized his deputy had never gone into the school was when he finally saw the surveillance tapes? Particularly now that Coral Springs Police have told CNN that they saw three more Broward County deputies taking cover outside the school when they arrived, and passed them going into the building?

    Israel didn’t include these deputies in his remarks about Peterson. Wasn’t he just as “devastated” that they “never went in”? Or is it possible all four were responding to orders from his office?

    According to USA Today, Israel was asked by a reporter “whether his deputies were told to wait for SWAT officers before going into the building.” Israel said he didn’t know anything about that and moved on to another question. He did not respond to a direct follow-up by USA Today.”

  439. Tina says:

    Maybe the kid already finished school and is an actor.

  440. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    This is so pathetic.

    “However, the allegations that Mr. Peterson was a coward and that his performance, under the circumstances, failed to meet the standards of police officers are patently untrue. Mr. Peterson is confident that his actions on that day were appropriate under the circumstances and that the video (together with the eye-witness testimony of those on the scene) will exonerate him of any sub-par performance,” the statement said.

    The statement quoted Peterson saying that when the gunfire first erupted, he “thought that the shots were coming from outside,” which was why he “took up a tactical position.”

    Peterson was the first member of the Broward County Sheriff’s Office to report the gunfire, DiRuzzo said. He also gave the local SWAT team keys to the building where the shooting happened, drew diagrams of the campus for them, and helped school administrators access security videos, DiRuzzo said.”

  441. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “A Fiat Chrysler executive is being hailed as a hero after using his Jeep Wrangler to push a flaming wreck of an SUV away from a car that had passengers stuck inside.”

    If this was a Broward County sheriff, his proper response would have been to park his car and set up a perimeter.

  442. jason says:

    “tactical position”

    Translation: GTF outa Dodge.

  443. jason says:

    Maybe we need to make sure what your definition of “compromise” is…”

    It’s the same as Webster’s

    “An agreement or a settlement of a dispute that is reached by each side making concessions”

    I couldn’t find your definition:

    Compromise = surrender, defeat.

  444. Tgca says:

    This young Hoggs kid is a media seeking opportunist. I don’t care that he was present at a shooting. The media should not be using him to advance an agenda. The fact that he can’t see that goes to why we have societal rules on who we listen to when developing policy, and it’s generally not manipulated children, though the outcome is to protect them. Trying to blame the governor for a policy that is administrated by a local department is absurd, especially when the governor office doesn’t directly get involved in daily management of those departments and the sheriif is locally elected. It would be different if the sheriff were personally appointed by the governor, then you can argue the governor should have more direct oversight but that is not the case here. The sheriff is directly responsible for managing his force and their training, and setting expectations. This kid is reading talking points and doesn’t know WTF he’s talking about.

  445. jason says:

    Please copy and paste where I “defend” the current system of unenforced laws”

    We are making huge progress here.

    NYC admits immigration laws are not enforced.

    Now he just has to admit that there is little chance of them being enforced.

    And that if they are not being enforced, and there is little chance they will be enforced, maybe just maybe we need a new approach.

    Because if not, he must think WE ARE WINNING.

    With NYC you have to go step by step, you can’t tax his brain.

  446. Tgca says:

    Maybe folks should listen to what the sheriff 1st stated about it being their job to go in and engage the threat when civilians are at immediate threat of loss of life. It is their job. If they don’t think so then they should resign. This job requirement was backed up by another Broward deputy who is president of their department deputy association. All seem to agree Peterson violated policy and it’s probably why he resigned because he knows he will be fired regardless because his judgment was so blatantly bad in this case.

    What’s next, telling firemen to wait until the building burns to the ground to assess whether to save lives?

  447. Phil says:

    This kid needs to just quit talking. He makes a bigger fool of himself with each moronic utterance.

  448. NYCmike says:

    jason definition of “compromise”:

    Democrats give NOTHING, Republicans allow DACA babies to stay.

    Great job!

  449. NYCmike says:

    Also jason:

    You must admit the same, or more, legal immigrants than the year before, or else he won’t support that bill……but he wants “changes”.

  450. NYCmike says:

    https://twitchy.com/sarahd-313035/2018/02/26/viewpoint-discrimination-ga-lt-gov-threatens-action-against-delta-if-they-dont-restore-ties-with-nra/?utm_campaign=twitchywidget

    -A lot in this twitter war, but the last slam by Tim Carney is a direct slap at the Ex-Im Bank, which should have been gotten rid of, since it is crony capitalism.

  451. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    At the Pulse Nightclub shooting, the police who initially went into the club were told to withdraw and wait for the SWAT team. Perhaps the something similar happened in Broward County:

    “There happens to be an (Orlando police) lieutenant commander who was there, and he says, ‘We’ve got to go in,’?” Cornwell said. “No one disagreed. One of the officers busted out one of those side windows and we just went in and went from there.”

    He said the team spent the first seconds “trying to locate exactly where the shooter was — we kept hearing people scream and shots fired,” the Washington Post reported Tuesday.

    Cornwell said he and the other cops began “clearing rooms” and trying to locate the source of the gunfire. Within minutes, Cornwell said he and the other cops located Mateen in the bathroom area.

    “We took up a tactical position by the bar standpoint in the middle of the club, he said.

    Cornwell said Mateen was nowhere to be seen but “he was actively shooting.”

    “I can’t say if he was targeting us. But he was still shooting in that location where he was at. There were bullet holes in the wall, so he had shot through the wall. But I couldn’t tell you if he was shooting at us,” he said.

    During their 15 to 20 minutes wait, Cornwell and the others in the group of first responders left the club, he said.

    But then the cops were ordered to hold their position until a SWAT team arrived.

    ‘We got word from higher up, and it was communicated to the OPD lieutenant that we needed to withdraw. So we came back outside. And waited for SWAT.’”

  452. Redmen4ever says:

    In cases like Broward County, where they can’t refer a minority to law enforcement because of a quota, they could ask for a volunteer from the majority community to be incarcerated in order to open up a new slot for the minority. It’s just the white thing to do.

  453. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Here is a summary of today’s oral arguments at SCOTUS vis-a-vis the Janus Public Union Case.
    The good news is that Roberts and Kennedy appear to be anti-union in this case.
    Gorsuch never spoke or posed a question.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/02/26/supreme-court-divided-gorsuch-mum-in-case-that-could-deal-blow-to-unions.html

  454. Tgca says:

    Ok. So they say arming teachers is a stupid idea. Well 1st, let’s break down what arming teachers means. It does not meet arming any or all teachers, to me, it means looking for qualified volunteer teachers who are willing to go through appropriate firearms training as a security officer would, and to ensure they keep up on those skills through periodic training and certification, and ensuring any firearms are kept safe from children at all times.

    If it is a bad idea for a well-trained and firearms certified trained teacher to be armed on school property, than why is it ok for a security officer with similar training to be on school property? What’s the difference? They’re both trained for an emergency and on the property.

    Also, if you make the argument a teacher should not be trained to have guns to protect children, than can’t you argue the same for parents at home?

  455. CG says:

    From your source:

    “Donald Trump is a flighty man. All of this could change.”

    See, I would prefer a President for whom the survival of Israel and inherently of the Jewish people itself, were a matter of core principle and moral certitude, and not just part of a “political deal” that could change on a dime, especially from someone who has proven so capable of doing just that.

    You did ask.

  456. CG says:

    And why NYC did you abandon the other site when things got rough for you?

    I’m off fighting about guns and their own hypocrisy with them all by myself!

  457. Robbie says:

    NYCmike is currently pumping his fist in the air as he runs down the street celebrating.

    Deadenders unite!

    Phil Mattingly
    ?@Phil_Mattingly

    Chris McDaniel to challenge Sen. Roger Wicker in Mississippi Republican primary

  458. Tgca says:

    WA govenor states teachers should stick to teaching and lectures Trump about them getting involved in protecting children. Does that apply to the indoctrination of children to liberal teacher bias about other issues that have nothing to do with directly educating students on the subject matter they teach such as who to support in elections, union participation, social justice and activism, bathroom policy for alternative life styles, etc. Why are these ok for a math teacher to push but not protecting children from violence?

    Damn hypocrite!

    “I think we need a little less tweeting here, and a little more listening,” Inslee said in response to Trump’s comments. “I just think this is a circumstance where we just need to listen. Educators should educate, and they should not be foisted upon this responsibility of packing heat in first-grade classes… I understand you suggested this, and sometimes we suggest things and then listen to people about it and maybe they don’t look so good a little later… Let’s just take that off the table and move forward.”

  459. NYCmike says:

    “And why NYC did you abandon the other site when things got rough for you?”

    -How exactly does a blog site “got rough” on me actually look like?

    Do I call my Mommy?
    Or take a cruise to Pogo Loco?

  460. Cash Cow TM says:

    oral arguments

    large nuts roam
    u strange moral

  461. Cash Cow TM says:

    WV TEACHER STRIKE UPDATE…

    WALKOUT WILL CONTINUE ON TUESDAY (day 4)

  462. NYCmike says:

    I believe I told you why I stopped frequenting the other site…….I actually looked this morning…you had some good remarks in favor of the 2nd amendment and in support of the NRA (at the least, not in support of the leftist view that it was the NRA’s fault).

    I was about to comment, but the dates on all of the comments are so mixed up, and then there was NOT a reply button on some of the other comments, so I just clicked off.

  463. CG says:

    They challenged you and you left, to the safe echo chamber-like confines of HHR.

    But yeah, they wouldn’t want to be over here either.

    Everyone just wants to talk to their “own side.” Except for me I guess who has problems with everyone..

  464. CG says:

    Yeah, the system sucks, but what can you do? The guy who runs the place was trying to defend the Broward County deputy who refused to do his job and I about lost it.

    The rest is up to you.

  465. NYCmike says:

    “NYCmike is currently pumping his fist in the air as he runs down the street celebrating.”

    -What am I wearing…..the latest in Pogo Loco fashion??!!

  466. NYCmike says:

    “They challenged you and you left, to the safe echo chamber-like confines of HHR.”

    -“CG”,

    Oh Lord…….”challenged”?

    Seriously?

    Come on, you need to grow up! You sound more and more like an Author-type-snowflake with every comment.

  467. NYCmike says:

    “The guy who runs the place was trying to defend the Broward County deputy who refused to do his job and I about lost it.”

    -I read some of this…..standard media-orchestrated agenda…….you would rather have JEB!2016 fighting against this media-driven-agenda……which truthfully, would NOT be happening.

  468. CG says:

    Yeah, there’s always a reason to blame Jeb Bush for something..

    You can be as laughable as him.

  469. jason says:

    ee, I would prefer a President for whom the survival of Israel and inherently of the Jewish people itself, were a matter of core principle and moral certitude, and not just part of a “political deal” that could change on a dime, especially from someone who has proven so capable of doing just that.”

    Wow, Corey would sell out Israel just to oppose Trump, that really is hate!

    I prefer a President who I don’t trust on foreign policy but is doing the right thing regarding Israel (Trump) to a President who is obviously and openly hostile to Israel (Obama).

  470. Robbie says:

    CG says:
    February 26, 2018 at 5:30 pm
    They challenged you and you left, to the safe echo chamber-like confines of HHR.
    But yeah, they wouldn’t want to be over here either.
    Everyone just wants to talk to their “own side.” Except for me I guess who has problems with everyone..

    – HHR has become a safe place for snowflake Trumpers who only want to hear how awesome their orange hero is.

  471. CG says:

    And I said the last sentence when exactly? I was an Obama supporter when exactly?

    Of course I am not a single issue voter. On Israel, and specifically the embassy question, it’s clear that Chuck Schumer was the one who pushed a reluctant Trump to do so.

  472. Robbie says:

    CG says:
    February 26, 2018 at 5:40 pm
    Yeah, there’s always a reason to blame Jeb Bush for something..
    You can be as laughable as him.

    – This has become Jason fraud’s go-to response.

    When I state how disgusted I am that Trump paid off a porn star, HHR biggest fraud claims I’m still pissed about Jeb.

    I guess if I felt obligated to defend the indefensible of Trump, I’d use idiotic crap like Jason fraud does as well.

  473. CG says:

    NYC has taken the Jeb baton from jason lately. It’s his go to on almost every post. He has always wanted to be embraced by jason and included in the clench of the HHR “a-holes.”

  474. CG says:

    MD?

    Yeah, he’s lost forever.

  475. Robbie says:

    If I had the time, I’d catalog all of the instances when Jason fraud was appalled by Trump before he won with a R next to his name and then all of the times Jason fraud defended the exact same things simply because Trump won.

  476. CG says:

    Woops, I was wrong on the Roman numeral.

    Never cared for them. I was confused with 1500

  477. Robbie says:

    CG says:
    February 26, 2018 at 5:52 pm
    NYC has taken the Jeb baton from jason lately. It’s his go to on almost every post. He has always wanted to be embraced by jason and included in the clench of the HHR “a-holes.”

    – Well, that way NYCmike doesn’t have to deal with the inconsistency of his boy Ted Cruz opposing Trump in the primaries only to become a Trump loyalist and stick with the pervert narcissist even after the Access Hollywood tape.

  478. Robbie says:

    NYCmike thought bubble – Chris McDaniel has to win the primary and defeat someone who consistently votes with Trump so Roy Moore’s accusers can have their day in court.

  479. CG says:

    That’s another thing that NYC and jason agree on now.

    That Roy Moore was framed! It was all politics!

  480. Robbie says:

    CG says:
    February 26, 2018 at 5:59 pm
    That’s another thing that NYC and jason agree on now.
    That Roy Moore was framed! It was all politics!

    – Oh yeah. Jason fraud believes good ole Roy was framed because the news came out during a competitive campaign. In Jason fraud’s mind and NYCmike’s mind, getting a guy into the Senate with an R after his name and who fingered a 14 year old girl is paramount to the success of the conservative movement.

  481. jason says:

    LOL, I guess that is a good insult, comparing me to NYC.

    It’s certainly worth a few points.

    But Corey and Wobbie don’t really care what Roy Moore did or didn’t do.

    It was all about getting revenge on Trump for defeating their candidate, that’s how small minded petty morons think.

    Electing the little Marxist turd Doug Jones was just a vehicle to trying to derail Trump’s agenda.

    Neither Wobbie or Corey cared one bit about the allegations against Moore, they probably know its politically motivated unless they believe the timing and the sources (WAPO and Gloria All Red was a coincidence.

    Corey is now even selling out Israel. Wobbie would sell his mother into sexual bondage if he thought it would damage Trump.

    Two pathetic morons still making it all about Jeb Bush.

  482. jason says:

    When I state how disgusted I am that Trump paid off a porn star,”

    LOL you are not disgusted, you are just upset nobody cares what a porn star says or doesn’t say about what happened or didn’t happen a decade before Trump was President, everyone has moved on.

    But there is still collusion, you last hope for an MSM coup to overturn the results of the election.

  483. jason says:

    “Access Hollywood tape”

    LOL

    Still talking about that?

    Everyone in America heard it, and Trump still won. What does that say about Hillary?

    It must really suck to still have your head up Jeb Bush’s ass.

  484. Mr.Vito says:

    RIP Emma Chambers

    I love watching the old “Vicar of Dibley” shows.

  485. NYCmike says:

    Robbie and “CG” together again….you 2 should get a room!

  486. Wobbles says:

    I am against this.

    I don’t know why yet, but I will let you know as soon as I check with my fake news sources.

    “WASHINGTON—President Donald Trump’s company last week donated its 2017 profits from foreign governments to the U.S. Treasury, the company said Monday, but declined to give any details on the size of its contribution or how it determined that number.

    George Sorial, chief compliance counsel for the Trump Organization, said that the company had made its donation on Thursday, “calculated in accordance with our policy and the Uniform System of Accounts for the Lodging Industry.” Mr. Sorial noted the donation was “voluntary” and “not a legal requirement.”

  487. jason says:

    “Robbie and “CG” together again”

    It’s a coincidence that the 2 Jebbots think alike.

    Just like it was a coincidence the WAPO found some woman to remember she had been molested by Roy Moore 40 years ago right before the election. Roy Moore had slipped her mind because he had disappeared into the sunset after molesting her, nobody had heard about him again.

  488. Bitterlaw says:

    Robbie and Corey must not read my posts if they think everybody loves Trump here.

  489. jason says:

    HHR has become a safe place for snowflake Trumpers ”

    Translation: nobody cares that Jeb Bush lost so I will act like a childish brat who doesn’t always get his way.

    Nobody was more anti-Trump here than me. I didn’t vote for him.

    But he won, the primaries and the campaign are over, the country is bigger than whose primary candidate won or lost.

    I now support him where in my view its in the interest of the country. Blind opposition to Trump will only help the Democrats and an agenda I don’t support.

    If that makes me “like NYC” so be it. GFYs.

  490. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 6:21 pm
    LOL, I guess that is a good insult, comparing me to NYC.
    It’s certainly worth a few points.
    But Corey and Wobbie don’t really care what Roy Moore did or didn’t do.
    It was all about getting revenge on Trump for defeating their candidate, that’s how small minded petty morons think.

    – This load of BS is why Jason fraud is the biggest fraud at HHR. I didn’t want your hero the child molesting Roy Moore to lose because it would hurt Trump. I wanted a Republican in the Senate so it would make it easier to hold the chamber after the wave comes in 2018.

    I wanted your boy Roy Moore to lose because he is a child molesting pervert. I guess you’re ok with a guy fingering a 14 year old girl so long as that person has a R next to his name.

  491. jason says:

    Robbie and Corey must not read my posts if they think everybody loves Trump here.”

    They know there is probably a majority here that doesn’t like Trump and a strong majority that supported other candidates.

    But that is not good enough for them. They want blind hatred and opposition to everything Trump does even if it coincides with policies they once supported.

    In other words, screw the country, let’s make this about Jeb Bush for 4-8 years.

  492. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 6:26 pm
    When I state how disgusted I am that Trump paid off a porn star,”
    LOL you are not disgusted, you are just upset nobody cares what a porn star says or doesn’t say about what happened or didn’t happen a decade before Trump was President, everyone has moved on.
    But there is still collusion, you last hope for an MSM coup to overturn the results of the election.

    – Jason fraud, the biggest fraud at HHR, just can’t help himself. He’s in so deep in his support of Trump, a guy he hated until Trump won with a R next to his name, he’s just feels it necessary to claim that when I say I am offended that Trump embarrassed his wife by cheating on her with a porn star, I’m lying.

    Wrong, HHR’s biggest fraud. You can pitch your integrity in the trash can to support Trump, but I’m not. Having an affair with a porn star and paying her off is disgusting.

    You’d hate that very behavior if Obama had done it, but you’re ok with it when it comes to Trump because he has a R next to his name.

  493. jason says:

    “I wanted your boy Roy Moore to lose”

    Because you wanted the little Marxist turd to win, you could care less about unproven 40 year old allegations brought forth by the MSM and Gloria All Red.

    Roy Moore is a scumbag who doesn’t believe in the rule of law or the Constitution.

    He has no business in the Senate.

    But like I said before, there are bigger issues before us.

    I

  494. jason says:

    Wrong, HHR’s biggest fraud. You can pitch your integrity in the trash can to support Trump, but I’m not. Having an affair with a porn star and paying her off is disgusting.”

    Zzzzzzz… spare me your fake moral outrage. You are really an amoral lowlife.

    You would sell your mother and sister as sexual slaves if it would somehow damage Trump.

  495. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 6:30 pm
    “Access Hollywood tape”
    LOL
    Still talking about that?
    Everyone in America heard it, and Trump still won. What does that say about Hillary?
    It must really suck to still have your head up Jeb Bush’s ass.

    – Once again, HHR’s biggest fraud just can’t handle that some people have chosen not to throw away their integrity and support Trump just because he won with a R after his name like Jason fraud did.

    And predictably, Jason fraud, knowing what a fraud he is, had nothing better to do than barf up something about Jeb. That shows you how few arguments he has to defend Trump. Instead he has nothing say other than “but Jeb”.

    By the way, I remember how Jason fraud wanted to lick John Kasich’s sack when he got in the race in 2015 because the fraud thought he might be the one to stop Jeb. I was the one who said Kasich was a fake and phony. I was right, of course.

    Something tells me Jason fraud won’t say the same things about Kasich now that he may laughably challenge Trump in the 2020 primary.

  496. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    February 26, 2018 at 6:32 pm
    Robbie and “CG” together again….you 2 should get a room!

    – You and Roy Moore should get a room. You can plot the political comeback of Chris McDaniel, Mississippi’s own version of good ole Roy.

  497. jason says:

    Trump because he has a R next to his name.”

    So have you found a post yet where I said Trump was a Republican?

    I quit the R party because of Trump, that is how much I care that he has an R after his name.

  498. jason says:

    That Robbie is “offended by Trump cheating on his wife” is the biggest joke ever at HHR.

    If Jeb Bush was accused of incest he would be here defending him.

    Like I said, a truly amoral lowlife.

  499. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 6:46 pm
    “Robbie and “CG” together again”
    It’s a coincidence that the 2 Jebbots think alike.
    Just like it was a coincidence the WAPO found some woman to remember she had been molested by Roy Moore 40 years ago right before the election. Roy Moore had slipped her mind because he had disappeared into the sunset after molesting her, nobody had heard about him again.

    – Not only is Jason fraud HHR’s biggest fraud, he’s also a conspiracy theorist I see. The meanies at WaPo set up good ole Roy. That’s a good one. Did you find that information out when you were wearing Tina’s tinfoil hat.

    That said, I’m not surprised a fraud like Jason would throw away what little integrity he had to support Trump. Jason fraud was still defending Sarah Palin well into 2010 long after it was apparent she was a fool.

  500. Robbie says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    February 26, 2018 at 6:53 pm
    Robbie and Corey must not read my posts if they think everybody loves Trump here.

    – I’ve never accused you of being a Trump apologist. I know you hate his behavior.

    That said, you, Corey, and I are the exceptions here.

  501. jason says:

    I think Trump probably has a lt more integrity than Wobbie.

    At least he says what he thinks, you can agree with it or not.

    Wobbie’s fake moral outrage about Stormy Daniels is truly despicable considering we know he could care less.

  502. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 6:53 pm
    HHR has become a safe place for snowflake Trumpers ”
    Translation: nobody cares that Jeb Bush lost so I will act like a childish brat who doesn’t always get his way.

    – Anytime Jason fraud is confronted with the fact he’s a fraud who has taken to shilling for and defending Trump no matter what he yells “BUT JEB!”.

    It’s so sad to watch the patheticness of Jason. It’s almost pitiable. Almost.

  503. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:02 pm
    “I wanted your boy Roy Moore to lose”
    Because you wanted the little Marxist turd to win, you could care less about unproven 40 year old allegations brought forth by the MSM and Gloria All Red.
    Roy Moore is a scumbag who doesn’t believe in the rule of law or the Constitution.
    He has no business in the Senate.
    But like I said before, there are bigger issues before us.
    I

    – I know HHR’s biggest fraud has selective memory so I guess he’s blocked out of his mind that I wanted the governor to postpone the election and throw the child molester off the ballot.

    But it is good to see Jason fraud publicly admit he prefers a child molester to a Democrat. I knew supporting Trump was a moral black hole, but never thought I’d see the day when a supposed conservative like Jason fraud would chosen a pervert who fingered a 14 year old girl.

  504. jason says:

    “That said, you, Corey, and I are the exceptions here.”

    LOL

    Bitter was clear he voted for Trump because he was better than Hillary.

    Bitter knocked me for months for saying my moral reservations about Trump wouldn’t allow me to vote for him.

  505. jason says:

    uld chosen a pervert who fingered a 14 year old girl.”

    Zzzzzz… repeating this over and over doesn’t even remotely make it true.

  506. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:04 pm
    Wrong, HHR’s biggest fraud. You can pitch your integrity in the trash can to support Trump, but I’m not. Having an affair with a porn star and paying her off is disgusting.”
    Zzzzzzz… spare me your fake moral outrage. You are really an amoral lowlife.
    You would sell your mother and sister as sexual slaves if it would somehow damage Trump.

    – Poor Jason fraud. He’s become such a black hole from supporting Trump, he now claims that anyone who opposed electing a child molester or someone who is morally offended by a president screwing a porn star and paying her off is an amoral lowlife.

    Jason fraud is the poster child for the way Trump support is corrupting. HHR’s biggest fraud is so butthurt that people won’t see the amazingness of Trump he sees, he’s left to claim I’d sell my mother into sex slavery.

    Stay classy, HHR’s biggest fraud.

  507. jason says:

    Postponing the election would not have gotten rid of Roy Moore.

    The time to get rid of Roy Moore was to deny him the right to run as a Republican or defeat him in the primary election.

    But the deadenders thought they were “sending a message”.

    So now they have the little Marxist turd.

  508. jason says:

    e’s left to claim I’d sell my mother into sex slavery.”

    Sure you would. Your sister too. You are an amoral scumbag. Always were. And a compulsive liar.

    Trump has more integrity than you do. And I didn’t even vote more him because of moral reservations, so you know what I think of you.

  509. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:06 pm
    Trump because he has a R next to his name.”
    So have you found a post yet where I said Trump was a Republican?
    I quit the R party because of Trump, that is how much I care that he has an R after his name.

    – The fraud quit the Republican Party over Trump, but the fraud still defends Trump on everything and then turns around and attacks people who are still Republican for not supporting the incompetent, moral black hole president from the Republican Party. Got it.

    Jason fraud is so tied up in knots defending Trump he doesn’t seem to know what he’s supporting anymore, other than electing a guy who fingered a 14 year old girl to the Senate.

  510. jason says:

    someone who is morally offended by a president screwing a porn star and paying her off is an amoral lowlife.”

    I didn’t say “someone”

    I said “you”.

    I know you could care less, its all about Jeb Bush.

    You are incapable of being “morally offended”.

  511. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:08 pm
    That Robbie is “offended by Trump cheating on his wife” is the biggest joke ever at HHR.
    If Jeb Bush was accused of incest he would be here defending him.
    Like I said, a truly amoral lowlife.

    – I see Jason fraud is channeling Trump by just lying. Pretty well confirms my view Jason fraud knows Trump is not defendable so all there is to do is attack anyone who doesn’t heap praise on Trump.

  512. jason says:

    still defends Trump on everything”

    Wow, Wobbie is really unhinged.

    That is one thing that is great about Trump being President, its the hater’s meltdowns.

    Actually, I don’t support Trump on everything. There is a lot I disagree with, and I have been clear about it.

    But of course the compulsive liar knows that.

  513. Bitterlaw says:

    Bitter knocked me for months for saying my moral reservations about Trump wouldn’t allow me to vote for him.

    Not true. I mocked you for months for thinking that not voting for either one absolved you of the outcome. I also mocked you for your suspicious love of llamas.

  514. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:11 pm
    I think Trump probably has a lt more integrity than Wobbie.
    At least he says what he thinks, you can agree with it or not.
    Wobbie’s fake moral outrage about Stormy Daniels is truly despicable considering we know he could care less.

    – Yes, because I never say what I think here, Jason fraud.

    Poor Jason fraud is in such a bad place, he’s left to claim those who are offended by Trump screwing a porn star are the despicable ones and Trump is the good one.

  515. jason says:

    ecting a guy who fingered a 14 year old girl to the Senate.”

    You have said this what, 7 times now.

    Still doesn’t make it true.

    But keep trying your Goebbels routine.

  516. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:17 pm
    uld chosen a pervert who fingered a 14 year old girl.”
    Zzzzzz… repeating this over and over doesn’t even remotely make it true.

    – Have you donated to good ole Roy’s legal defense fund since you’re convinced he’s innocent, Jason fraud?

  517. jason says:

    “Those who are offended by Trump”

    I didn’t say “those”.

    I said “you”.

    You are incapable of being morally offended because you have the moral standing of a dog turd.

    You have lied repeatedly here that I care about Trump being an R, when I never said he was a Republican.

    You have lied repeatedly about me supporting Trump, when I have many differences with him that I repeat day in and day out here.

    You have no credibility for any moral outrage. You are just a low life.

  518. Tina says:

    Young Hogg can join al cnn.

  519. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:20 pm
    Postponing the election would not have gotten rid of Roy Moore.
    The time to get rid of Roy Moore was to deny him the right to run as a Republican or defeat him in the primary election.
    But the deadenders thought they were “sending a message”.
    So now they have the little Marxist turd.

    – You really are stupid, Jason fraud. The governor could have delayed the election for as long as she wanted. And had she delayed it outside the length of time for removing your boy Roy off the ballot, then he could have been thrown off the ballot legally.

    But you just keep defending a guy who fingered a 14 year old girl, Jason fraud.

  520. Tina says:

    Any Muh Russian updates?

    Where is the collusion?

    Did schiff find simething?

  521. jason says:

    since you’re convinced he’s innocent,”

    Heh, the lies just keep coming.

    I don’t know if he’s innocent, and neither do you.

    All I know is the charges against him were politically motivated. Maybe they are true, maybe not.

    My point was that uncorroborated accusations from 40 years ago brought forth right before an election should never be used to derail someones political career or personal life, no matter who much you dislike the person, and I certainly dislike Roy Moore.

    I always said that if after the election it was PROVEN that Roy Moore molested anybody, he should be thrown out of the Senate.

    But until then, the timing and origin of the charges should be viewed with extreme suspicion.

  522. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:23 pm
    e’s left to claim I’d sell my mother into sex slavery.”
    Sure you would. Your sister too. You are an amoral scumbag. Always were. And a compulsive liar.
    Trump has more integrity than you do. And I didn’t even vote more him because of moral reservations, so you know what I think of you.

    – In Jason fraud’s world, being morally opposed to someone who screwed a porn star and paid her off means that person is a moral scumbag.

    Stand against someone who molested a 14 year old girl and you’re an amoral scumbag.

    Just more evidence that Trumpism is corrupting and Jason fraud is the poster child.

  523. jason says:

    You really are stupid”

    Yeah, you are the brilliant one with your brokered conventions and “postponed elections” BS ideas.

    LOL

  524. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:27 pm
    still defends Trump on everything”
    Wow, Wobbie is really unhinged.

    – You claim I’m an amoral scumbag for believing Trump’s tryst with a porn star was wrong, but I’m unhinged?

    Ha! The fraud is really outdoing himself tonight.

  525. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:30 pm
    ecting a guy who fingered a 14 year old girl to the Senate.”
    You have said this what, 7 times now.
    Still doesn’t make it true.
    But keep trying your Goebbels routine.

    – Jason fraud to himself. “I don’t care how many women credibly accused good ole Roy of molesting and harassing them. Roy’s got a R after his name. That’s all that matters.”

  526. Tina says:

    Muh Moore.

    He lost, he sucked.

    The End.

  527. jason says:

    someone who screwed a porn star and paid her off means that person is a moral scumbag”

    I didn’t say “someone”

    I said “you”.

    YOU are an amoral scumbag, pretending to be “morally outraged” when you have the morals of a dog turd.

    Stop hiding behind the “someone” canard.

  528. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:39 pm
    You really are stupid”
    Yeah, you are the brilliant one with your brokered conventions and “postponed elections” BS ideas.
    LOL

    – When confronted with the actual law and what Mitch McConnell and other Republicans were lobbying Kay Ivey to do, Jason fraud, HHR’s biggest fraud, just decides to say anyone who doesn’t agree with his fraudulent views is stupid.

  529. jason says:

    Roy’s got a R after his name.”

    Heh, back to this again?

    I didn’t vote for Trump who had an R after his name, and I wouldn’t have voted for Moore in AL either.

    But keep lying about the R after his name BS.

  530. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:35 pm
    Any Muh Russian updates?

    – Yes. Two of the top people in Trump’s campaign have plead guilty to federal crimes (Flynn and Gates). Another, the former campaign chairman, has been indicted on just about every charge there is.

  531. Tina says:

    Where is the collusion, hoaxer.

  532. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:42 pm
    someone who screwed a porn star and paid her off means that person is a moral scumbag”
    I didn’t say “someone”
    I said “you”.
    YOU are an amoral scumbag, pretending to be “morally outraged” when you have the morals of a dog turd.
    Stop hiding behind the “someone” canard.

    – In Jason fraud’s Trumpian world, those who are opposed to screwing porn stars and paying them off are amoral scumbags.

    Those who want the guy who molested a 14 year old girl to win are the good and decent people.

    That’s Trumpism in a nutshell.

  533. jason says:

    Republicans were lobbying Kay Ivey”

    Zzzzzz….. I guess a brokered convention could have happened too, legally

    I guess Trump could have been denied the nomination, legally

    None of these things were remotely viable or likely and neither was postponing the election. The only way to get rid of Moore was if he resigned, and he wasn’t going to do that.

    That is why I never supported this hare brained idea.

    However, if you read my posts for months here before the primary, I said Roy Moore was unfit for office, and would put the seat at risk. I argued myself blue here trying to convince idiots like NYC not to support this scumbag.

  534. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:44 pm
    Roy’s got a R after his name.”
    Heh, back to this again?
    I didn’t vote for Trump who had an R after his name, and I wouldn’t have voted for Moore in AL either.
    But keep lying about the R after his name BS.

    – And yet you defend Trump on everything and you wanted a guy who molested a 14 year old to win a Senate race simply because he was a Republican.

  535. Tina says:

    Former Deep State officials James Comey, John Brennan and James Clapper have until Friday to tell Congress when they knew the Trump dossier was funded by Democrats and the Hillary Clinton Campaign.

    Breaking, per fox news. They will be subpoenaed and charged, if they refuse to inform.

  536. jason says:

    “two of the top people in Trump’s campaign”

    I love it.

    For crimes that have nothing to do with Trump or his campaign.

    I know, minor detail.

  537. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:47 pm
    Where is the collusion, hoaxer.

    – Hey, Tinfoil. You said the investigation was going to be over by Thanksgiving. You said Michael Flynn was never going to cooperate with Mueller. You said Don Jr’s emails were lie made up by the NYT. How’s all that working out for you?

  538. Tina says:

    Trump calls out sheriff dumb dumb and deputy stairwell.

  539. Tina says:

    clearly, jebot has no answer

  540. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:50 pm
    “two of the top people in Trump’s campaign”
    I love it.
    For crimes that have nothing to do with Trump or his campaign.
    I know, minor detail.

    – The biggest fraud at HHR would be totally using that argument if two of the top four people in Obama’s campaign had plead guilty to crimes.

    Hey, fraud. Do you think Mueller cut the guy’s who plead guilty great deals just because he wanted to be a good guy, or because they had stuff on bigger fish?

    I know you’re a fraud, but I thought you were smarter than this? I was wrong.

  541. Tina says:

    Where is the collusion and obstruction, jebot the hoaxer?

  542. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:53 pm
    clearly, jebot has no answer

    – Clearly, Tinfoil doesn’t want to answer for all of the claims she got wrong.

    But at least you still promote crap from Jim Hoft He’s not crazy or anything, right?

  543. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    February 26, 2018 at 7:54 pm
    Where is the collusion and obstruction, jebot the hoaxer?

    – Manafort was charged with obstruction, toots.

    That’s not the obstruction you’re talking about, but when is your orange hero going to man up and talk? If he’s innocent as you claim, what’s he got tofear?

  544. Tina says:

    Two of the top people worked for his campaign for 45 days. Charged with tax issues or lying. But nothing about muh collusion.

  545. Tina says:

    Talk about what? What is or are the crimes around trump?

  546. Tina says:

    Where are is the russian collusi9n and the president obstruction the incestigation charges, hoaxer?

  547. jason says:

    And yet you defend Trump on everything”

    Just for you, amoral scumbag and compulsive liar:

    I don’t support Trump’s attack on free trade agreements like Nafta.
    I don’t support Trump’s promise to impose 50% tariffs on Chinese goods.
    I don’t support Trump’s physical wall.
    I don’t support Trump’s attacks on McCain and Corker and other Republicans.
    I don’t support Trump’s plan to spend 1.5 trillion on “infrastructure”
    I don’t support Trump’s isolationist foreign policy attacks on NATO.
    I don’t support Trump’s gun control initiatives that will do nothing to stop mass shooting.
    I don’t support paid family leave.

  548. Tina says:

    https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2018/02/incompetence_wasnt_the_problem_in_broward_county.html

    Interesting article with kudos to cth. Sjws paved the way for what happened in broward.

  549. Tina says:

    Notice how the jebot only answers with

    Muh moore

    Muh russian.

    Lying pos is no r or a conservative.

  550. Tina says:

    All American Girl
    @AIIAmericanGirI
    MSNBC Host: Handgun Bullets Are Ineffective In Stopping School Shooters Because They’re Too Slow (link: https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2018/02/26/msnbc-host-handgun-bullets-are-ineffective-in-stopping-school-shooters-because-t-n2453904) townhall.com/tipsheet/mattv… @townhallcom #AAG

    Is this the justification for deputy sheriff stairway?

  551. jason says:

    Wobbie was convinced the collusion story was BS, but now he has convinced himself there was obstruction to investigating something that didn’t exist.

  552. Tina says:

    Yeah, he obstructed an investigation into something he was not being investigated for.

  553. jason says:

    So Wobbie has been caught lying so many times tonight but still whines about being called an amoral scumbag.

    – Has not found ONE post where I called Trump an R.

    – Has stated repeatedly that I accused “anyone” of being an amoral scumbag when I just accused HIM, nobody else.

    – Has repeatedly said I support Trump on “everything” when its patently obvious that I don’t.

    – Has not found ONE post where I said Roy Moore is innocent, but claims I said that.

    But there is still time for more lies.

  554. lisab says:

    Handgun Bullets Are Ineffective In Stopping School Shooters Because They’re Too Slow
    ——————

    well they are slower than rifle bullets, that is true

    they can still kill you.

  555. Bitterlaw says:

    I am impressed that Jason is the biggest fraud in HHR history. I thought MD would win. However, people forget the A-hole they left behind.

  556. NYCmike says:

    ” I argued myself blue here trying to convince idiots like NYC not to support this scumbag.”

    -I did NOT support Moore UNTIL he was up against the Democrat, at which time you were for him as well, at least by one vote.

    I was for Mo Brooks, then in the run-off I did not care who won between Moore and Strange, because absent the allegations we did not yet know about, Moore would have won the election against Jones.

  557. NYCmike says:

    MD is the biggest fraud of all, bigger than Author.

  558. NYCmike says:

    “I prefer a President who I don’t trust on foreign policy but is doing the right thing regarding Israel (Trump) to a President who is obviously and openly hostile to Israel (Obama).”

    -Please don’t leave out Hillary (and Bubba Clinton) as it relates to Israel.

    Both of them would treat the Palestinians and Israel the same way, as if they both have the same amount of blame.

    One group teaches hatred of the other, while one group cares for the other group in their hospitals. They are very different, in terms of modern-day actions.

  559. MichiganGuy says:

    Delta Airlines Loses Tax Break After Politicizing School Shooting In Florida
    .
    http://thefederalist.com/2018/02/26/delta-airlines-loses-tax-break-politicizing-school-shooting-florida/
    ——————————————————————————————————————
    Thank you Georgia! Politics should have no place in business.

  560. Tina says:

    Delta is based out of ga, right?

  561. MichiganGuy says:

    On Monday, FedEx announced that they will not be bullied into cutting ties with the National Rifle Association (NRA) in the face of pro-gun control astroturf campaigns urging businesses to disassociate from the massive gun rights organization.
    .
    https://www.dailywire.com/news/27600/fedex-refuses-cut-ties-nra-heres-their-statement-amanda-prestigiacomo?amp&__twitter_impression=true

  562. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    I have to credit Robbie, he effectively shifted the board discussion to Roy Moore. It was a feat worthy of Trump; and Robbie didn’t even have to use Twitter.

  563. MichiganGuy says:

    Tina, yes Atlanta,GA

  564. jason says:

    I must say I enjoy Wobbie’s meltdowns.

    Sue me.

  565. jason says:

    I did NOT support Moore UNTIL he was up against the Democrat, at which time you were for him as well, at least by one vote.”

    BS, you made plenty of excuses for him, you never said he was not an acceptable candidate.

  566. NYCmike says:

    What excuse did I make? 40% of primary voters should be gotten rid of?

    I guess you would not consider yourself a “big tent Republican”……

  567. Tina says:

    Thought so, michiganguy, thanks.

  568. Tina says:

    “Broward Officers blocked EMT’s from entering the school.”

    Found the above on twitter. Hope it is incorrect.

  569. mnw says:

    The Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) has filed a lawsuit in PA alleging that there are at least 100000 non-citizens registered to vote there, in violation of federal and state law.

    PILF has empirical evidence, & claims the PA SOS has stonewalled requests for further information.

    Happily, an extra 100000 illegal votes could never sway any state election in PA, right?

    Wonder what the corresponding number of illegal votes is in CA?

    Kind of puts “won the popular vote” in a new light.

  570. Tina says:

    4 miklion in ca, at least.

  571. Tina says:

    Million

  572. Tina says:

    I do not who how sheriff dumb dumb and the clown posse continues. The stories about the emts being held back and following sops are coming out.

  573. NYCmike says:

    DC (SUCKS!)

  574. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    576. MSNBC Host: Handgun Bullets Are Ineffective In Stopping School Shooters Because They’re Too Slow (link: https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2018/02/26/msnbc-host-handgun-bullets-are-ineffective-in-stopping-school-shooters-because-t-n2453904) townhall.com/tipsheet/mattv… @townhallcom #AAG

    This is a bizarre comment. Your talking in many cases of fractions of a second. For a lot of reasons, if I was in a building, I would prefer a handgun rather than an AR-15. Maneuverability is one of them; my feeling is you could get a shot off faster with a handgun than with a large rifle. A lot of police agencies are now using smaller sub-machine type weapons like MP-5s and MP-7s in close quarter situations.

  575. MichiganGuy says:

    #595 Tina, I seen that also. Florida emergency medical teams frustrated over ‘delay’ in Parkland school shooting response.
    .
    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/02/26/florida-emergency-medical-teams-frustrated-over-delay-in-parkland-school-shooting-response.html

  576. Tina says:

    A handgun wound is like a stabbing wound.

    Frankenstein, Ca Senator.

  577. Tina says:

    Thanks, michiganguy.

  578. Tina says:

    en Dianne Feinstein
    @SenFeinstein
    “A handgun [wound] is simply a stabbing with a bullet. It goes in like a nail.” With the high-velocity rounds of the AR-15, “it’s as if you shot somebody with a Coke can.” (link: http://rol.st/2Esd8Hp) rol.st/2Esd8Hp #BanAssaultWeapons

  579. lisab says:

    “This is a bizarre comment. Your talking in many cases of fractions of a second.”

    i think the point is that a rifle is a much deadlier weapon because the bullet velocities are significantly higher

    and

    a rifle is significantly more likely to punch through body armor (or a wall) than a pistol

  580. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    606. Lisab, here is what he said: “Anchor Lawrence O’Donnell said on his show Thursday night that “a bullet fired from an AR-15 travels 3x faster than one from a handgun…and yet the president and the NRA think giving teachers guns will stop a school shooter.””

    Do not think you can interpret these words to claim he was making a different point.

  581. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    605. Feinstein: “A handgun [wound] is simply a stabbing with a bullet. It goes in like a nail.” With the high-velocity rounds of the AR-15, “it’s as if you shot somebody with a Coke can.”

    Handguns are responsible for 80% of the gun-related deaths in the U.S. Assault weapons only 3%.

  582. Tgca says:

    I’m glad FedX called out this media ho Hogg who is trying to capitalize on the death of his classmates to build a career for himself. Don’t be surprised if he hires media consultants and publicists, and gets offers from CNN or some other left rag mag or show to hire him.

  583. lisab says:

    “a bullet fired from an AR-15 travels 3x faster than one from a handgun”
    ————–

    yes, i read the transcript, and that is absolutely a true statement, (the part about bullet velocity)

    and

    is what makes rifles significantly more dangerous than pistols

  584. lisab says:

    Handguns are responsible for 80% of the gun-related deaths in the U.S. Assault weapons only 3%.
    ————————————

    that could be true, but is more the result of people mostly using handguns when trying to kill someone — including suicides

  585. jason says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    February 26, 2018 at 8:36 pm

    I am impressed that Jason is the biggest fraud in HHR history.”

    Here is the solution. Establish a category for jason only, so the others can compete on a level playing field.

  586. jason says:

    that could be true, but is more the result of people mostly using handguns when trying to kill someone — including suicides”

    Yes that is why its 80%.

  587. jason says:

    he Public Interest Legal Foundation (PILF) has filed a lawsuit in PA alleging that there are at least 100000 non-citizens registered to vote there”

    Yes, but I didn’t actually vote.

    Whoops, huh, ….hmmm …. boca grande.

  588. jason says:

    guess you would not consider yourself a “big tent Republican”……

    This from a guy that thinks Rubio is traitorous RINO for shaking hands with Schumer.

    A real “big tent” guy….

  589. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    613. I misspoke in my previous post. 80% of all MURDERS in the U.S. are done with handguns.

  590. MichiganGuy says:

    The U.S. Army’s elite Delta Force operations to target, capture or kill top ISIS operatives are on the verge of beginning in Iraq, after several weeks of covert preparation.
    .
    https://www.msn.com/en-us/video/watch/us-delta-force-ready-to-strike-isis/vi-BBq9ECS
    ——————————————————————————————————————
    wow. cnn just put our soldiers in danger. They just let isis know that the U.S. military will start raids on their compounds in the coming weeks and try to capture them. cnn tries to defend themselves by saying ” we are not going to talk about specifics” but then she goes on to say “Northern Iraq”. WTH! Whoever, gave them this info at the Pentagon should be fired.

  591. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    610. “yes, i read the transcript, and that is absolutely a true statement, (the part about bullet velocity) is what makes rifles significantly more dangerous than pistols”

    Disagree. Handguns are more dangerous because they are easily concealable. That is why 80% of the murders in the U.S. are committed with handguns. Also the majority of handguns in the U.S. are semi-automatic, and new sales of handguns are about 70-80% automatic.

  592. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Handguns can penetrate through walls, in some cases even more than rifles, depending on the type of rounds used. Police and SWAT teams are attempting to utilize ammunition that does not have as much penetration ability. It is one reason that many use the MP-7 sub-machine gun with its special ammunition.
    _________________

    “Despite the popularity of the round, too few realize that 9mm ball ammo can easily punch through not just one but several interior walls. By contrast, .223 rifle ammunition tends to tumble, turn and slow down when penetrating barriers, even more than a 9mm fired from some pistols.

    Many shooters like to debate this point, and admittedly on the surface it doesn’t seem logical, but studies done by SWAT teams over a decade ago revealed this phenomenon to be fact and it was one of the main reasons a lot of tactical teams transitioned to M-4s/AR-15s and gave up the H&K MP-5 SMG in the 80s and 90s.”

  593. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    618. Correction: “new sales of handguns are about 70-80% SEMI-automatic.”

  594. lisab says:

    Disagree. Handguns are more dangerous because they are easily concealable.
    ————————

    he was refering to the school shooting. the ar-15 is significantly more deadly than a pistol.

    kinetic energy is a function of velocity squared. if a bullet is traveling twice is fast, it has 4 times the impact …

    that is why the usa adopted the 5.56, although it was much smaller than the older bullets we used to use, it went much faster and soldiers could carry more

  595. Ron N says:

    617 I am sick. CNN needs to shut up

  596. NYCmike says:

    https://nypost.com/2018/02/26/idiot-blocks-subway-by-smoking-underneath-car/

    -This is the NYC I know! Welcome back!*

    *Firefighters across NYC will be trying out that dance move across the 5 boros in the coming weeks!

  597. NYCmike says:

    That link in #617 looks to be from 2016.

  598. MichiganGuy says:

    NYCmike, good catch. Now let me know how many soldiers were injured/killed because cnn gave isis advance warning.

  599. Redmen4ever says:

    The switch from the M-14 (with its 7.62 round) to the M-16 (with its 5.56 round):

    The M-14 is a “battle rifle;” highly capable of being used by infantry in both semi-automatic and in short bursts, including being used as a sniper rifle, and with a maximum effective range of 800 m. (from memory).

    The M-16 is an “assault rifle” (in the military sense); sacrificing range, accuracy and stopping power in the interests of weight (to include the weight of its ammunition). In semi-automatic mode, it has a maximum effective range of 400 m (again from memory).

    Influencing the switch is that the M-16 is better suited to less well-trained soldiers, not marksmen, who prefer to spray the target area rather than aim; indeed, there was something of a shift in army doctrine that the purpose of infantry fire is merely to suppress the enemy; finally, that the advantages of the M-14 fade when fighting close-in as in jungles and in urban warfare.

    Contrary to the popular culture, the M-16 and its civilian counterpart the AR-16 are not scarier than the M-14. It’s civilians who’s knowledge of weapons comes from watching The Matrix that you think automatic pistols and assault rifles can be fired with accuracy while somersaulting. The M-16 with a scope says another thing. That if you hear the gun go off, the first round is already past you and the shooter is correcting for windage.

  600. Redmen4ever says:

    Trump’s War

    Glad you fellows have found out. President Trump re-jiggered the rules of engagement in Iraq from “avoiding civilian casualties” to “killing the enemy;” and, has largely replaced conventional military with special operations and CIA types.

    It looks like we’re in an end-game scenario in Syria with the prospect of partition of that country by the recognition of semi-autonomous zones.

    And, I suspect that we’ll be reducing our (conventional military) footprint in Afghanistan, with some continuing support for CIA / Blackwater operations there.

  601. Wes says:

    Some tidbits from RRH today:

    As he should not, Corker will not be reentering the Senate race. This probably means Marsha Blackburn will coast through the primary and dispatch Phil Bredesen with little effort in November.

    As anyone with half an eye can see, the PA Supreme Court adopted a Dem gerrymander in the name of “fairness” in its redraw of the Commonwealth’s congressional districts.

    While Corker is out, the guy Mikey was hoping would be able to throw Thad Cochran’s seat to the Dems in 2014 is back. Chris McDaniel is hoping to become Mississippi’s Roy Moore and has announced his intention to challenge Roger Wicker and throw yet another unlosable seat in November.

    Bitterlaw will be thrilled to know New Jersey has decided to feed his insatiable corruption addiction. The Sewer State intends to enfranchise felons still serving in prison. As we all know, murder and rape should be no bar to choosing our leaders. Only in that cesspool on the Hudson…

  602. MichiganGuy says:

    2018 National House Race –
    .
    Democrat 54%,
    Republican 38%
    .
    (CNN/SSRS 2/20-2/23)
    .
    http://cdn.cnn.com/cnn/2018/images/02/26/rel3b.-.2018.pdf
    ————————————————————————————————————–
    Supposedly, dems gained 5% from last month. Most polls have shown the opposite but, cnn wouldn’t create a fake poll to help the dems now would they? 😉

  603. NYCmike says:

    Ok, so it looks like Wes is half-screwy……… maybe he did get married.

  604. Wes says:

    We’ve officially found Mikey’s choice for North Dakota Senate:

    https://www.sayanythingblog.com/entry/gun-control-will-heitkamp-side-north-dakotans-hollywood-fundraisers/

    Schumer will be headlining a fundraiser for Heidi Heitkamp.

    That seals it. Mikey hopes Duane Sand will primary Kevin Cramer and fatally damage the Congressman for November.

  605. MichiganGuy says:

    2018 National House Race –
    .
    Democrat 43%
    Republican 38%
    .
    Trump 43%
    .
    The Tarrance Group (2/17-2/22)

  606. MichiganGuy says:

    ‘Clueless’ Star Stacey Dash Is Running For Congress. Here’s Why Her Fame Might Not Be Enough.
    .
    http://fortune.com/2018/02/27/stacey-dash-clueless-actress-running-for-congress-california-republican/
    ——————————————————————————————————————
    Good Luck Stacey

  607. Wes says:

    She has no chance in that race, Elmer. It’d be like winningin Chavez’ Venezuela.

  608. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Elizabeth Branch received over 70 votes yesterday to invoke cloture on her appointment to the 11th Circuit Appeals Court in Atlanta, GA.

    WINNING!!!

  609. MichiganGuy says:

    Suspect caught on video hiding crack cocaine in the ceiling at police headquarters.
    .
    http://abcnews.go.com/US/video/suspect-caught-video-hiding-crack-cocaine-ceiling-police-53375305
    ———————————————————————————————————-
    LOL

  610. MichiganGuy says:

    Wes, duh that is why I put “Clueless”. Speaking of clueless….:)

  611. MichiganGuy says:

    Sheeple thx for the good news.

  612. MichiganGuy says:

    Best States Ranking
    .
    #37 Michigan
    #38 Pennsylvania
    .
    Bitter hardest hit.
    .
    https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/rankings

  613. Wes says:

    A Roy Moore supporter calling other people clueless…

    Something about pots anc kettles comes yo mind.

  614. Wes says:

    And*

    To*

  615. MichiganGuy says:

    “Something about pots anc kettles comes yo mind.”
    .
    Can someone translate Wes’s jibberish? 🙂

  616. Wes says:

    Damnit! Rand Paul endorses Matt Rosendale!

    That probably means Rosendale’s a closet loon.

  617. Redmen4ever says:

    I would like to follow-up on internal partition (with recognition of semi-autonomous regions) as possible solution to Syrian civil war:

    We saw this is Bosnia, with the demarcation of the Republic of Srpska, (meaning, a place where vowels are in short supply) (largely Serb) and the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina (largely Bosniac and Croat).

    We are seeing this in Iraq (or are we, there appears to be some disagreement as to the borders of Iraqi Kurdistan).

    Russia has long recognized certain subnational entities as “Republics” (as distinct from Oblasts or provinces) to preserve ethnic minorities. Spain likewise recognizes some, but not all of its ethnic minorities.

    People want to preserve their language, customs and culture; to control the education of their children, and to administer their own social services. These things become difficult in polyglot nations when the national government accrues control over social services.

    On the other hand, the free flow of goods and services, even of labor and capital, and the coordination of transportation networks and weights and measures all offer real advantages.

    There is also the always sticky problem of encouraging civil war as the answer to ethnic grievances, which should only be the last resort. Recognition of semi-autonomous regions might seem to be a solution, for a large nation that declines to (generally) devolve social policy to its subnational entities.

  618. Wes says:

    Sure, Elmer.

    See the starred words in the next post.

    Just don’t forget “of” is not a verb in the English language.

  619. Tina says:

    Hope Hicks is testifying before the congress today.

    See, see, we have russian collusion,

    Jebot

  620. Wes says:

    While North Dakotans may be less likely to support Heitkamp after seeing this, Mikey increased his determination to contribute to her campaign about a trillionfold:

    https://www.sayanythingblog.com/entry/nrsc-hits-high-five-heidi-new-radio-ad/

  621. Wes says:

    MD’s personal bete noire on school safety:

    http://www.foxnews.com/transcript/2018/02/25/gov-rick-scott-outlines-proposal-to-improve-school-safety.html

    Not a bad set of proposals honestly.

  622. jason says:

    Excellent…

    “Georgia’s lieutenant governor said on Monday he would work to derail a multimillion-dollar tax cut that would benefit Delta Air Lines unless the company reinstated its relationship with the National Rifle Association.”

  623. Tina says:

    Jebot hoaxer chrushed.

    Rasmussen has trump at 50 again.

    Per larry sabato, add 10

  624. jason says:

    For those who wish to attain greatness by achieving the status of “Greatest Fraud in the History of HHR” I have a few recommendations.

    1) You can spend years striving to weave a complicated deception scheme.

    or

    2) You can accept the results of the election.

  625. GPO says:

    siren on Drudge

    Trump Sets Shock Announcement

  626. Messy57 says:

    628. no one can see with half an eye. You need at least one to see anything, which is why you think the new PA districts are unfairly gerrymandered.

  627. jason says:

    BTW, Polifact says Heitkamp did not really high five Schumer.

    According to them

    “Typical high fives involve slapping of two hands in celebration,” the Pulitzer Prize winners at Politifact opined earlier this month. “This was a very gradual meeting of awkwardly waving hands.”

    LOL…. you can’t make this sh-t up.

  628. jason says:

    which is why you think the new PA districts are unfairly gerrymandere”

    Huh, flaming liberals came up with this map unilaterally, is there ANY possible reason to think it’s a fair map.

    I mean ANY?

  629. jason says:

    “And, I suspect that we’ll be reducing our (conventional military) footprint in Afghanistan, with some continuing support for CIA / Blackwater operations there.”

    I kinda doubt Trump will unilaterally surrender in Afghanistan.

    At least, I hope not.

  630. Wes says:

    Messy, shut the f uck up. You honestly don’t know what you’re talking about. There was actually a comparison done of all the suggested maps. This was the one most likely to benefit the Dems. That’s why the PASC chose it.

  631. Messy57 says:

    566. Yeah, they do. They point out the backstory on collusion. They also beg the question as to why the Trump campaign would hire two known grifters to lead it.

    Gates was with the campaign, flying on Trump’s plane with him until the end. Gates was head of the campaign’s internet division.

    596. Based on Fake news. There are lots of lawsuits based on fraud on the part of the plaintiff.

    458. The Schiff memo proves that the Steele dossier is correct on most points

  632. jason says:

    The Schiff memo proves that the Steele dossier is correct on most points”

    LOL

    Steele is a paid political hack who was fed garbage by the people who paid him, the DNC.

    NOTHING in the dossier is untainted by the stench of partisan politics.

    It’s all garbage.

  633. Wes says:

    Gerrymandering was something Democrats never complained about from 1931 to 2001. I wonder why.

    All of a sudden, starting in 2011, it became a bete noire of theirs.

    What happened?

    Oh, yes.

    For the first time since Harding was President, Republicans controlled the process in most states.

  634. jason says:

    The breaking news is Trump is running again.

    Can we have the Suicide Watch Hotline for Wobbie?

  635. jason says:

    Right, Messy, who never even completed grade school, didn’t even know what the word meant until she read it at some Marxist site.

  636. Wobbles says:

    “Gates was with the campaign, flying on Trump’s plane with him”

    Wow, incredible, this proves collusion without a doubt.

    Flying on the same plane? Geezus, that’s the smoking gun right there folks.

    It’s over.

    Thank you Messy, you made my day with this fabulous news.

  637. jason says:

    596. Based on Fake news.”

    Hey wes, Messy is really getting schooled here at HHR.

    Not only she is talking about gerrymandering, invented by the Dems and used for decades to keep them in power, she is talking about “fake news”, invented by the MSM and the Democrats.

  638. Messy57 says:

    667. Elbridge Gerry was a signer of both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution.

    He didn’t invent Gerrymandering, he was blamed for it. “Fake News” was invented by the ancient Greeks, and the modern iteration was created by the Communists.

  639. Messy57 says:

    662. Steele was a retired foreign spy. The point of oppo research is to find REAL dirt. UNreal dirt is “fake news.”

    The CIA/FBI had to verify what Steele gave them.

  640. Messy57 says:

    666. It proves that a foreign agent/grifter was at his ear most of the time.

  641. Messy57 says:

    657. How do you know that it was drawn up by “flaming liberals?”

  642. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Gravis Marketing shows Heitkamp(D-ND) ahead by 2 1/2% in the ND Senate race against Kevin Cramer(R).

    https://www.sayanythingblog.com/entry/poll-heitkamp-cramer-neck-neck-senate-race-campbell-leads-among-republicans-house-race/

  643. DW says:

    672 – an incumbent up only 2.5 at this stage is an incumbent in deep trouble.

    Trump today at 50 again in Rasmussen.

    Trolls hardest hit.

  644. DW says:

    For comparative data on Heitkamp’s 2.5 point lead:

    2014 CO: Udall led by about this much over Gardner and ended up losing.

    2014 AK: Begich was basically tied with Sullivan at this stage and lost in the end.

    2014 AR: Pryor led Cotton in late March, but got blown out by Cotton in the end.

    2014 IA: Braley led Ernst by a lot, and lost in the end, although Braley was not an incumbent.

    2014 NC: Hagan led Tillis by about four points at this stage and Tillis won narrowly at the end.

  645. Robbie says:

    NYCmike’s buddies in Utah (maybe Jason fraud’s as well) attempted to throw Mitt Romney off the ballot this past weekend.

    Credit were credit is due. The deadenders never quit.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/02/romney-utah/554282/

  646. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 26, 2018 at 8:02 pm
    Wobbie was convinced the collusion story was BS, but now he has convinced himself there was obstruction to investigating something that didn’t exist.

    – Because Jason fraud is the biggest fraud at HHR, he just can’t get my view correct (almost certainly because he just lies and lies and lies).

    If Jason fraud ever bothered to pay attention, he’d know I have long stated that I don’t believe Trump personally colluded with anyone. He’s too much of an idiot to do that. I do believe elements of his campaign either tried to collude or accidently colluded with Russians. The best evidence is poor Don Jr. “If it’s what you say, I love it.”

    As for obstruction, Jason fraud, HHR’s biggest fraud, should be aware that courts have long held someone can obstruct justice even if there is no underlying crime. Maybe Jason fraud is just too stupid to know that or just has chosen to ignore that fact. Either way, Jason fraud is wrong.

    I think the evidence is clear Trump tried to impede the FBI investigation into himself and his campaign. As evidence, all I need to do is replay his interview with Lester Holt. Whether Trump’s efforts to impede constitute obstruction remains to be seen.

  647. jason says:

    The nanny state is coming. Ok to be depressed.

    “Political philosopher and economist Karl Widerquist remembers a poll from 10 years ago that showed just 12 percent of Americans approved of a universal basic income.

    That’s changed — and quickly. Today, 48 percent of Americans support it, according to a new Northeastern University/Gallup survey of more than 3,000 U.S. adults.

    “It represents an enormous increase in support,” said Widerquist, an associate professor at Georgetown University in Qatar and an advocate for a universal basic income. “It’s really promising.”

    Proposals for universal basic income programs vary, but the most common one is a system in which the federal government sends out regular checks to everyone, regardless of their earnings or employment.”

  648. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    February 27, 2018 at 9:22 am
    A Roy Moore supporter calling other people clueless…
    Something about pots anc kettles comes yo mind.

    – Remember. According to NYCmike, Roy Moore had to win in order for his victims to be heard.

    Jason fraud says good ole Roy was hit with a political dirty trick. He’s not concerned about the 14 year old girl good ole Roy fingered.

  649. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    February 27, 2018 at 9:27 am
    Damnit! Rand Paul endorses Matt Rosendale!
    That probably means Rosendale’s a closet loon.

    – There should be a draft Denny Rehberg effort.

  650. Tina says:

    Steele needs to be indicted,

    Page is a or was a spook,

    You have the wrong spook. Messy lsd.

  651. Tina says:

    But king spook is likely flynn,

    Wait and see beitches.

  652. Robbie says:

    Tina says:
    February 27, 2018 at 10:07 am
    Jebot hoaxer chrushed.
    Rasmussen has trump at 50 again.
    Per larry sabato, add 10

    – Bless your heart.

    How’s your prediction from last March that Mike Flynn would never cooperate with the government working out?

  653. jason says:

    NYCmike’s buddies in Utah (maybe Jason fraud’s as well)”

    LOL, the lying amoral scumbag strikes again.

    While looking for the post where I said Trump was a Republican, maybe he can find one where I was against Romney running for the Senate.

    Contrary to Wobbie, who spent over a year lying about Romney in the 2012 election with the same type of personal attacks and in the same way he lies about Trump now, I have always been supportive of Romney’s political career.

    Maybe this post where I opposed Romney is close to the one revealing Jeb’s real killer (incentive for you to look closer).

  654. Tina says:

    Trump is firing off tweets on the russian hoax.

    He cites jonathan turkey, no collusion.

  655. Tina says:

    Schiff for brains memo proves no collusion. It cites nothing,

    No obstruction,

    It is tough to be a stupid messy bot.

  656. Tina says:

    .Donald J. Trump
    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    ·
    3h
    “We’ve seen NO EVIDENCE OF COLLUSION….I have seen nothing, the firing of James Comey and all of the aftermath, that suggests that the President has obstructed justice because he’s exercising his power as the President of the U.S. I just don’t see it.” Judge Ken Starr

  657. Tina says:

    Comedy got firing for lying, abusing his power, being incompetent, and dividing the fbi.

    Tough sheot.

    Go on cnn

  658. jason says:

    Lying amoral scumbag who would sell his mother and sister into sexual slavery if it damaged Trump in some way pretending to be “concerned” about uncorroborated and politically motivated 40 year old charges is the biggest joke of the year.

  659. Tina says:

    Above all, schiff for brains memo supports that the fbi colluded with the hillbot campaign, who colluded with foreigners, both russians and an englishman, to overturne an election.

    They weaponized the fbi against a political opponent. A phuquin coup.

    Not in our countey, jebot sheots.

  660. jason says:

    Comedy got firing for lying, abusing his power, being incompetent, and dividing the fbi.”

    Maybe.

    Or maybe Trump didn’t like his cologne.

    In any case, it was his prerogative to fire him.

  661. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 27, 2018 at 10:08 am
    For those who wish to attain greatness by achieving the status of “Greatest Fraud in the History of HHR” I have a few recommendations.
    1) You can spend years striving to weave a complicated deception scheme.
    or
    2) You can accept the results of the election.

    – Or you can be a hack like Jason fraud who spent every day of the campaign attacking Trump and then suddenly got behind everything Trump has done simply because he won with a R next to his name. (here comes Jason fraud’s trope about him quitting the party over Trump)

    And just to put a cherry on top of being a fraud like Jason, you can claim those who are repulsed by Trump’s personal behavior with porn stars and playmates are actually amoral scumbags who would sell their mothers into sex slavery while frauds like him who support a child molester for Senate are the good people.

    Jason fraud’s newfound respect for the results of elections is interesting though. I guess Jason fraud vehemently opposed Tim Murphy being forced to resign and the same for Al Franken and Trent Franks. After all, they won their races. What right did anyone have to force them out?

  662. jason says:

    Wobbie is unhinged because Trump is at 50% and just announced re-election.

    Jeb Bush has a new line of guaca bowls.

  663. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 27, 2018 at 10:23 am
    The breaking news is Trump is running again.
    Can we have the Suicide Watch Hotline for Wobbie?

    – Breaking news. Trump held his first re-election campaign rally in February 2017. What’s the news here other than Trump trying to change the subject?

  664. jason says:

    suddenly got behind everything Trump has done”

    This lie again?

    I debunked it yesterday with a whole list of things I don’t support Trump on, including involving immigration, trade, infrastructure, family leave, foreign policy.

    Amoral lying scum.

  665. Robbie says:

    Wobbles says:
    February 27, 2018 at 10:26 am
    “Gates was with the campaign, flying on Trump’s plane with him”
    Wow, incredible, this proves collusion without a doubt.
    Flying on the same plane? Geezus, that’s the smoking gun right there folks.
    It’s over.
    Thank you Messy, you made my day with this fabulous news.

    – Watching Jason fraud move the goalposts has been funny.

    Last year, there’s nothing to see here. No need for the investigation.

    Now, so what that two top members of Trump campaign’s team have pleaded guilty and another faces what amounts to life in prison due to his age?

    Which is it fraud? Is there nothing to see here as you claimed in 2017? Or are these guilty pleas and indictments just fake news like the you claim the allegations against Roy Moore are?

  666. jason says:

    I guess Jason fraud vehemently opposed Tim Murphy being forced to resign and the same for Al Franken and Trent Franks. After all, they won their races. What right did anyone have to force them out?”

    I think they all admitted to wrongdoing for one thing.

    I know, minor detail.

    Amoral scum.

  667. jason says:

    “Last year, there’s nothing to see here. No need for the investigation.”

    Nothing changed, amoral scum.

    I still think the investigation was unwarranted, and the indictments so far have to with alleged crimes that had NOTHING to do with Trump, his campaign, or collusion with Russians

    Minor detail, I know.

  668. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 27, 2018 at 11:43 am
    Lying amoral scumbag who would sell his mother and sister into sexual slavery if it damaged Trump in some way pretending to be “concerned” about uncorroborated and politically motivated 40 year old charges is the biggest joke of the year.

    – Roy Moore is credibly accused of molesting a 14 year old girl by fingering her. Jason fraud is cool with that because Moore has a R next to his name and won the election. I’m sure his newfound respect for election results would cause him to view this the same way had Moore been a Democrat.

    But just to review, those who opposed Moore for molestation and those who find Trump’s personal behavior with a porn star are amoral scumbags in Jason fraud’s world. The good people are those like Jason fraud who wanted to see Moore win.

  669. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 27, 2018 at 11:44 am
    Comedy got firing for lying, abusing his power, being incompetent, and dividing the fbi.”
    Maybe.
    Or maybe Trump didn’t like his cologne.
    In any case, it was his prerogative to fire him.

    – I’ll go with the reason Trump gave Lester Holt. he didn’t want him investigation himself or his campaign.

    Presidents aren’t above the law and neither is Trump. I guess Jason fraud has decided otherwise since Trump won with a R next to his name.

  670. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 27, 2018 at 11:46 am
    Wobbie is unhinged because Trump is at 50% and just announced re-election.
    Jeb Bush has a new line of guaca bowls.

    – The fraud has come as close to rock bottom as he ever has. Now, he’s citing Rasmussen. LOL!

    But muh Rasmussen!

  671. Tina says:

    Jeb Bush can pound sand.

    Bought and paid to the highest drat bidder.

  672. Robbie says:

    jason says:
    February 27, 2018 at 11:50 am
    I guess Jason fraud vehemently opposed Tim Murphy being forced to resign and the same for Al Franken and Trent Franks. After all, they won their races. What right did anyone have to force them out?”
    I think they all admitted to wrongdoing for one thing.
    I know, minor detail.
    Amoral scum.

    – Trump also admitted his wrong doing- “You know I’m automatically attracted to beautiful—I just start kissing them. It’s like a magnet. Just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything.
    Grab ’em by the p@ssy. You can do anything.”

  673. Tina says:

    And comedy can be fired for pkaying with himself too, or having bad breath,

    No recourse.

  674. Tina says:

    Muh moore,
    Muh obstruction.

    Muh russian,

    Muh ivanka.

    Lots of muhs.

  675. mnw says:

    Wobbles still feigns concern about a rich playboy’s sex life— 10-12 years ago!

    Guess what? Nobody cares. I suspect Wobbles doesn’t either.

  676. jason says:

    Now, he’s citing Rasmussen. LOL!”

    As opposed to cherry picking polls like you do?

    To me RAS is not better and not worse than the other polls.

    Well better than PPP-D anyway.

    Amoral scum.

  677. jason says:

    I suspect Wobbles doesn’t either.”

    Of course he doesn’t. Any he could care less about 40 year old allegations against Roy Moore. Or what Manafort did or not do for the Ukraine.

    It’s all about revenge against Trump for defeating his hapless candidate.

    Amoral scum.

  678. jason says:

    If Jeb Bush was accused of incest, Wobbie would be here saying it was consensual.

    Bet on it.

  679. jason says:

    I’ll go with the reason Trump gave Lester Holt”

    LOL

  680. jason says:

    ut just to review, those who opposed Moore for molestation and those who find Trump’s personal behavior with a porn star are amoral scumbags”

    Nah, nah, you have missed this several times.

    Not “those”, YOU.

    Amoral scumbag.

  681. Tina says:

    Maybe r@s is too high but cnn is too low.

    Take it up with sabato about polling.

    50 plus 10 is sixty.

    And there is no trump collusion or obstruction, two years of investigations at least.

    Probably been investigating trump since 2011 when trump called out the obumbler.

    The ibumbler has wiretapped journalists, congress, and other politicians, he is nixon on roids.

  682. Nostradamus says:

    Jason fraud says good ole Roy was hit with a political dirty trick.”

    These coincidences happen. In the last 200 thousand years, they have happened 3 times, and I predicted all of them.

    It was a coincidence that just before the election for the Senate, Roy Moore, who has been a central figure in Alabama politics for decades, is hit by uncorroborated 40 year old allegations “discovered” by none other than the WAPO and Gloria All Red.

  683. Tina says:

    Go with the reasons cited by sessions and swampstein.

    There are letters from those two gubment officials.

    Comedys bosses.

  684. jason says:

    And of course Wobbie is lying when he says I called Moore innocent.

    I don’t know if he is innocent or not.

    What I said is if you allow 40 yr old uncorroborated allegations to destroy someone’s political career or personal life then its a slippery slope where nobody is safe, and in the future it could happen to a candidate Wobbie likes instead of dislikes.

    The right thing to do, which I did, was hope Moore won by one vote to defeat the little Marxist turd. THEN if the allegation were PROVEN, he should have been kicked out of the Senate. That is called due process and Moore deserves it even if he is a scumbag who doesn’t believe in the rule of law.

  685. jason says:

    Trump also admitted his wrong doing- ”

    Zzzzzzzz…..

    “I would like grab Kate Upton by ……”

    Did I just admit wrongdoing?

    You are amoral scum.

  686. jason says:

    Wobbie is worried about the 50% poll because even if its 45% he is already on record as saying that will be enough for Rs to hold the House.

    And he is very worried that might happen.

    He wants Rs to lose the House because although it would probably end an agenda that he supported in the past, it will damage Trump.

    The ends justify the means.

  687. Tina says:

    Email released requiring Sheriff dumb dumbs deputies to defend him,

    Sheriff Israel a partisan pos.

  688. Tina says:

    Larry Schweikart
    Larry Schweikart
    @LarrySchweikart
    Yep. According to my voter reg stats, FL Rs +62k, NC Rs +70k, PA Rs+84k, AZ Rs+14k, NM Rs+13k, NV Rs+10k, NH Rs+8k, ME Rs +1k, IA Rs+2k

    In NOT ONE state Trump carried in 2016 has the voter registration moved D.
    In 4 states he lost it has moved R.

  689. DW says:

    718 – you forgot to say ‘Trolls hardest hit’

  690. lisab says:

    if the dems win the house

    trump will probably be impeached