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Hogan Leads By 22% in MD, Cruz Up By 9% in TX

As promised, Goucher College released the second part of their new poll and it shows Republican Larry Hogan with a 22-point lead over Democrat Ben Jealous in the very-Democratic state of Maryland.

GOVERNOR – MARYLAND (Goucher)
Larry Hogan (R-inc) 54%
Ben Jealous (D) 32%

US SENATE – MARYLAND (Goucher)
Ben Cardin (D-inc) 56%
Tony Campbell (R) 175
Neil Simon (I) 8%

This poll was done September 11-16 among likely voters. Meanwhile in Texas, Quinnipiac University released a poll showing Ted Cruz with a 9% lead over Beto O’Rourke.

US SENATE – TEXAS (Quinnipiac)
Ted Cruz (R-inc) 54%
Beto O’Rourke (D) 45%

This poll was done September 11-17 among 807 likely voters.

Posted by Dave at 6:32 am
Filed under: General | Comments (83)

83 Responses to “Hogan Leads By 22% in MD, Cruz Up By 9% in TX”

  1. Wes says:

    No surprises here.

  2. Tgca says:

    Dos Bebe! Dos!

  3. Tgca says:

    Republican newcomer wins special election in TX Senate district Clinton won by 12 points. 1st time GOP held seat in 139 years.

    RED Wave coming

    https://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/Polls-close-at-7-p-m-in-Senate-District-19-13239398.php

  4. Messy says:

    Shalosh!!!!

  5. Messy says:

    Hogan is a RINO,which is why he’s doing so well, if you remember, he refused to send the national guard to the border when the state kidnapping thing first hit the airways.

    …and In other news, I think that Democratic aide who leaked Professor Ford’s confession is a scumbag.

  6. Tgca says:

    Aren’t all Democratic aides scumbags?

  7. Messy says:

    Nope. Most are honorable people. So are those on the Republican side.

  8. DW says:

    BOOM!

    FL_27 not given up for dead:

    https://www.politico.com/story/2018/09/19/florida-2018-elections-miami-27th-828642

    Maria Elvira Salazar (R) 51%
    Donna Shalala (D) 42%
    Undecided 7

    McLaughlin & Associates – R

    Yes, its a campaign internal, but read the politico article above. This race is not over.

    It is ranked everywhere from Lean D Flip to Safe D flip.

  9. Tgca says:

    Sorry! I meant aren’t all Democratic Senators scumbags?

  10. DW says:

    Here is updated Dashboard for the US House, based on actual polling of individual seats, where campaign internal poll gaps give three points to the opposing party:

    Paladin Dashboard Sorted by Polls
    ——————————————————-
    C Dist | R/D | Recent Polling | Gap
    ——————————————————-
    OK_05 – R – 49/35 (Vcreek) | 14
    NY_24 – R – 54/39 (Siena) | 14
    MN_01* – D – 47/33 (Harper) | 11
    UT_04 – R – 48/38 (Lighthouse) | 49/46 (Dan Jones) | 51/42 (Y2) | 10
    CA_22 – R – 48/43 (Tulchin-D) | 50/44 (D-Int) | 9
    MO_02 – R – 51/40 (Rem.) | 9
    PA_16 – R – 50/44 (D-Int) | 9
    AR_02 – R – 47/42 (PPP-D) | 50/41 (Hendrix) | 9
    TX_23 – R – 44/43 (PPP-D) | (49/40 (Siena) | 9
    IA_04 – R – 41/31 (Emerson) |43/37 (D-Int) | 8
    VA_07 – R – 48/39 (Siena) | 8
    IA_03 – R – 47/31 (Emerson) | 43/46 (D-Int) | 8
    CA_39* – R – 45/43 (DCCC-D) | 51/41 (Monmouth) | 8
    SC_01 – R – 49/42 (PPP-D) | 7
    FL_25 – R – 46/39 (St. Pete) | 7
    MI_07 – R – 41/37 (DCCC-D) | 7
    FL_16 – R – 49/37 (PPP-D) | 48/44 (D-Int) | 7
    PA_01 – R – 49/42 | 7
    IL_12 – R – 44/39 (PPP-D) |44/37 (Siena) | 7
    TX_31 – R – 46/40 (PPP-D) | 6
    TX_21* – R – 33/27 (Chg Res.) | 6
    WA_05 – R – 44/38 (elway) | 6
    WI_01* – R – 50/44 (Siena) | 6
    VA_02 – R – 48/42 (PPP-D) | 6
    MI_08 – R – 45/39 (Target Ins) | 6
    WA_08* – R – 51/45 (GBA) | 6
    FL_27* – R – 51/42 (R-Int) | 6
    WA_03 – R – 42/37 (Lake R.) | 5
    GA_06* – R – 49/47 (D-Inc) | 5
    NC_13 – R – 40/35 (Civitas) | 5
    NM_02* – R – 49/35 (Carroll) | 48/41 (Res.&Poll.) |45/46 (Siena) | 5
    WV_03* – R – 41/43 (Monm.) |48/37 (Siena) | 31/36 (Emerson) | 5
    ME_02 – R – 40/39 (D-Int) | 46/40 (Siena) | 5
    AK_01 – R – 40/36 (Lake Res.) | 4
    MI_06 – R – 49/44 (GSG-D) |45/41 (PPP-D) | 4
    IL_14 – R – 45/41 (PPP-D) | 4
    OH_12 – R – 48/44 (PPP-D) | 47/46 (D-Int) | 4
    FL_26 – R – 48/41 (DCCC-D) | 47/44 (Siena) | 4
    TX_07 – R – 47/45 (D-Int.) |48/45 (Siena) | 4
    FL_15* – R – 47/48 (Dem. Corp-D) | 3
    FL_06* – R – 47/46 (D-Int) | 3
    CA_50 – R – 47/39 (SUSA) | 46/46 (Tulchin-D) | 3
    IL_13 – R – 45/42 (PPP-D) | 3
    CA_10 – R – 48/48 (GHY-D) | 3
    TX_32 – R – 47/45 (GBA) | 2
    IL_06 – R – 44/37 (Victory Res.) | 39/40 (Siena) | 2
    NC_09* – R – 43/44 (D-Int) | 2
    GA_07 – R – 44/46 (Tulchin-D) | 1
    NC_02 – R – 44/45 (GQR-D) | 43/44 (SUSA) | 1
    OH_01 – R – 43/42 (PPP-D) | 44/46 (D-Int) | 1
    NJ_03 – R – 41/40 (Monm.) | 45/47 (D-Int) | 1
    NJ_07 – R – 45/47 (GQR-D) | 1
    ——–Democrats need ALL the below for control——-
    NY_19 – R – 49/44 (IMGE) |45/40 (Siena) | 43/45 (Monmouth) | 1
    MN_08* – D – 43/42 (Siena) | 1
    KY_06 – R – 49/45 (FLA-R) |48/43 Siena |43/50 (D-Int) | 1
    KS_03 – R – 43/46 (GSG-D) | 0
    CA_45 – R – 45/44 (D-Int) | 46/49 (D-Int) | 0
    CA_25 – R – 47/47 (IMGE) | 0
    CA_49* – R – 46/43 (R-Int) | 0
    NJ_05 – D – 39/36 (R-Int) | 0
    FL_07 – D – 46/47 (St. Pete) | -1
    KS_02* – R – 34/39 (Mellman-D) | -2
    NY_22 – R – 44/46 (Siena) | -2
    MN_02 – R – 43/42 (PPP-D) |46/45 (R-Int) | -2
    PA_07* – R – 45/47 (Monmouth) | -2
    NJ_11* – R – 38/40 (Monmouth) | -2
    MI_11* – R – 42/45 (PPP-D) | -3
    NV_04* – D – 41/41 (R-Int) | -3
    CA_24 – D – 46/47 (Olive Tree St.) | -4
    IA_01 – R – 41/43 (D Int.) | 38/43 (Emerson) | -5
    NJ_02* – R – 39/44 (PPP-D) | -5
    MT_01 – R – 43/49 (Gravis) | -6
    CA_48 – R – 45/47 (Monm.) |39/46 (Siena) | -7
    CA_07 – D – 41/50 (POS) | -9
    MN_03 – R – 43/46 (PPP-D) | 40/50 (Siena) | -10
    VA_10 – R – 39/49 (Monm.) | -10

  11. jason says:

    Aren’t all Democratic aides scumbags?”

    Last census it was only 98.7%, the rest was not determined.

  12. Wes says:

    Hm. Republicans nominated an attractive Latina in a Hispanic Majority district. Dems nominated a geriatric, unattractive white woman who can’t speak Spanish.

    Guess who has the advantage .

  13. Tgca says:

    Agree with Wes in 12.

    This election is all about T*ts and A$$!!!

  14. DW says:

    12 – yeah, that’s the Politico article in a nutshell. And apparently Shalala is in ‘Hillary Clinton’ mode, just coasting to the victory party where she celebrates the win she was entitled to.

    Candidate quality does matter.

  15. DW says:

    538 has updated their page, and still gives Shalala 96% chance of winning FL_27

  16. jason says:

    Hogan is a RINO,which is why he’s doing so well,

    Hmmmmm….

    So MD voters would supposedly rather vote for a fake Republican than a real live Democrat?

    Now why would that be?

    The answer:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbieIhGwT2c

  17. Wes says:

    To be fair, a partisan Republican can’t win in MD. That’s why Hogan is electorally successful there. He’ll probably leave office fairly popular, unlike Trump sycophant Chris Christie.

  18. Wes says:

    538 should pay better attention to the race, DW.

  19. Wes says:

    By the way, Dems couldn’t motivate Latinos against Trump with a former Congressman in a Hillary-voting, ancestrally Dem district.

    It’s not 1970 though.

  20. jason says:

    Hogan is skewering Jealous for proposing single payer in MD without explaining how he would pay for it.

    And Rs are spending money on the race, while the Dems have given up on Jealous.

    Republican Governor’s Association ad

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhrQDF-kDmE

  21. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    BOOM!!!(I am using the DW standard for the word BOOM)

    A witness has stepped forward to support Kavanaugh’s denial. His name is PJ Smith.

    The Democrats are scrambling(read the last paragraph of the below article).

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/in-fast-moving-events-kavanaugh-accuser-refuses-hearing-nominee-appears-confident

  22. Todd McCain says:

    WOW; the FL 27 numbers are def encouraging. That one should have been an automatic flip for dems with little investment.

  23. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    BOOM 2!!!(DW Standard)
    Lindsay Graham goes ALL IN with his support of Kavanaugh. Demands an immediate vote.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/lindsey-graham-lets-move-ahead-with-kavanaugh-nomination

  24. DW says:

    21-looks like this morning, using Wes’ analogy, is the moment the GOP intercepts the Dem hail-Mary pass, and now its just a matter of how far they can run the ball back the other way.

  25. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Toupee Sabato/ Ipsos Senate Polling. (polls were taken over a 10 day period from 90/05 to 09/15). Notice the Texas and Nevada results.

    Reuters polls:

    Sinema 47-44
    Scott 46-45
    Feinstein 44-24
    Heller 46-43
    O’Rourke 47-45

    Gillum is up 6 points. Ducey, Newsom, and Abbott also up (can’t tell the actual numbers from the ridiculous graphs).

    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-statepolls/tightening-texas-race-boosts-democrats-hopes-of-taking-senate-reuters-poll-idUSKCN1LZ18B?feedType=RSS&feedName=politicsNews&utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=Social
    Gillum +6

  26. mnw says:

    It’s outrageous it got this far.

    Next time, the hearing confirmation announcement needs big red letters at the top: “All information must be received no later than COB on (date). The Committee will not reopen to consider any new matters after that date.”

  27. hugh says:

    Scott wins by a comfortable margin. Once the ads start showing Gillum for who he is, Santis wins as well. FL is becoming more red as time goes on.

  28. Phil says:

    Sheeple, the same poll has Abbott up in Texas 50-41. That tells you all you need to know about that poll. I can assure you Abbott is up double that. The poll is crap. Beto isn’t going to win that race and I can assure you he isn’t up 2 or any amount for that matter.

  29. mnw says:

    Phil

    RE: Beto

    I’m betting with you & Ralph Reed & against Sabato.

  30. Bitterlaw says:

    DW – Unless the Hail Mary pass was at the end of the first half, the GOP does not have to take the interception back for a TD. They can just catch it and take a knee outside the endzone. At that point, as indicated by the Hail Mary pass, the clock is probably almost at zero and the Dems have no timeouts.

  31. jason says:

    Goober hits nail on head.

    “Requiring an FBI investigation of a 36 year old allegation (without specific references to time or location) before Professor Ford will appear before the Judiciary Committee is not about finding the truth, but delaying the process till after the midterm elections.”

  32. jason says:

    So what does PJ Smith say and who is he?

    Assuming PJ is a guy.

  33. Wes says:

    The Reuters polls are online with sketchy weighting.

  34. jason says:

    Breaking…

    Kim is asking the FBI to investigate wrongdoing at the A-hole Club, specifically that she was forced to serve sandwiches and drinks to the members and hot chocolate to Scooter.

    Thankfully we have a renowned in-house lawyer.

  35. Wes says:

    Jason:

    “I understand that I have been identified by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford as the person she remembers as ‘PJ’ who supposedly was present at the party she described in her statements to the Washington Post,” Smyth wrote in a letter to the Senate committee, according to CNN. “I am issuing this statement today to make it clear to all involved that I have no knowledge of the party in question; nor do I have any knowledge of the allegations of improper conduct she has leveled against Brett Kavanaugh.”

  36. jason says:

    I bet that election result last night in TX dries up a lot of Beto’s funding.

  37. DW says:

    30 – we were talking yesterday about this energizing the GOP base to get out and vote, hence running the interception back for a touchdown.

  38. Phil says:

    Actually, if this woman refuses to testify Monday I’d say it is a pic six. Graham’s tweet spells out why. No waaaay Dems or their puppets in the media are going to be able to sell a month long FBI investigation of a 35 year old event with no specific day or place. Good luck with that one. Looks ridiculous. Also, I think it is hilarious that Flake is begging her to testify.

  39. Wes says:

    So would Ford be a September surprise that blew up in the Dems’ faces?

  40. jason says:

    Survivor….

    One Democratic senator, Richard Blumenthal, said Kavanaugh should withdraw his nomination.

    “I believe Dr Ford. I believe the survivor here,” Blumenthal said. “

  41. Phil says:

    Looking that way, Wes.

  42. Wes says:

    Good luck with that, Dick.

  43. jason says:

    I am sure Blumenthal believes Juanita Broaddrick too.

    After all, she remembered where the actual rape happened and the time and date.

  44. Wes says:

    Robbie was telling us Kavanaugh was doomed just two days ago. Then he said Ford would sink Kavanaugh by testifying.

    Were that the case, she wouldn’t be equivocating about testifying.

  45. Tom says:

    11. Jason – The other 1.3% self-identify as dirtbags.

  46. DW says:

    Survive what? Blumenthal is an idiot…does he want to live by that same standard?

    Ok, I recall a nasty event 35 years ago, I don’t remember the date, or many of the details, but something really bad was done, and I believe Richard Blumenthal was there and was involved.

    Now Blumenthal should resign.

  47. mnw says:

    47/52

    RAS GCB is D+5.

  48. Bitterlaw says:

    I think Flake is smart to keep asking for her to testify. It destroys the narrative that the GOP is in lockstep to shut her out. It also undercuts her story if she won’t testify.

  49. Bitterlaw says:

    Scooterboy has authorized me to say that he never heard Kim complain about his conduct.

  50. mnw says:

    I think it would be a sizeable mistake to cancel the hrg Monday. Hold the damn hrg, & let people actually SEE that she had a chance to testify if she had wanted to.

    I get live calls begging for $$$ from Hawley’s campaign, most recently last night. I guess that means there is indeed a pulse. I always thank the caller for doing the unrewarding work I just can’t bring myself to do any longer.

  51. mnw says:

    P.S.

    caller: “…needs your help again, because polls show…

    mnw: “OK, son. Stop reading, please, & let’s just talk for a minute, OK?”

  52. Hugh says:

    Hearing will not be cancelled

  53. Ron N says:

    Dems questions on Monday
    Did you ever go to a party in HS?
    Was there any beer there?
    Did ever drink at a HS party?
    Was there a pool at one of those party?
    Were there ever any girls at a party?
    Case closed I believed her!!!

  54. jason says:

    Today is Yom Kippur.

    G’mar chatimah tovah to all our Jewish friends.

  55. jason says:

    Robbie was telling us Kavanaugh was doomed just two days ago. Then he said Ford would sink Kavanaugh by testifying.

    Were that the case, she wouldn’t be equivocating about testifying.”

    Amoral Scumbag is a “conservative” that wants a conservative nominee like Kavanaugh’s sacrificed on the altar of his TDS.

  56. jason says:

    “Scooterboy has authorized me to say that he never heard Kim complain about his conduct.”

    Case closed.

    Yeah, there is the time MD had half a bottle of Grey Goose and suggested Kim stay under the table during the poker game, but that was not in any way sexual in nature, he just wanted her to look for his lost jigger of salt.

  57. jason says:

    Would the hearing go forward with just Kavanaugh?

  58. jason says:

    That poll showing Beto up on Cruz is real, it is happening.

    I think Messy, Paul and Amoral Scumbag should cut new checks to Beto to maintain his momentum.

    Give till it hurts, then a little more.

  59. Wobbles says:

    I just sent Beto another $100.

    Btw, I have started a new group, called Conservative Republicans For Beto.

    We bought a large shipment of leftover guaca bowls from the Jeb! campaign for 10 cents on the dollar, and we are selling them for double that to raise funds for Beto!

  60. Redmen4ever says:

    Those state Roto-Reuters polls:

    In classical statistics, drawing beads from an urn, we talk about “margin of error.” These new fandangled opt-in and panel-based polls claim they have something similar. They don’t.

    In addition to the margin of error, these new polls have something I’ll call “basis risk” (from my familiarity with futures markets). And, all polls nowadays have non-response risk.

    By basis risk, I mean that the members of the demographic units within the universe of the poll differ from their counterparts in the general population. Back in the old days, this was called “within cell bias.” The polls showing that Dewey would beat Truman suffered both from being stale and from within cell bias.

    The problem of non-response risk is thought adequately handled by post-survey stratification (i.e., re-weighting). But, when the re-weighting is significant, I worry about basis risk (or, to pour the new problem in the old skin, within cell bias).

    The internal just released for the top of the ticket Arizona races reeks of basis risk. Republicans are very much under-represented in the unweighted sample. While the included Republicans are then heavily weighted, we can suspect that the included Republicans are not representative of Republicans in the population.

  61. Redmen4ever says:

    Donna Shalala no habla espanol? Que pasa! Espanol es muy facil. Si tu quiere representar hispanics entonces tu estudian habla espanol.

  62. mnw says:

    Oh my. Another poster who can do math. So we have lisab, Tg & now Redmen.

  63. Bitterlaw says:

    BOOM!!!! Mr. Vito claims that Kim put her hand inside him and made him say inappropriate things. “All the A-holes did but she made me feel bad about myself when she did it,” stated an emotionally upset Mr. Vito.

  64. DW says:

    not sure if this one posted here yet:

    TN Senate

    Bredesen 45%
    Blackburn 48%

    Triton polling

  65. Redmen4ever says:

    another thing about those Roto-Rueters state polls:

    I include them in my moving poll averages, except I lower the weight. Risk isn’t the same as bias.

    I consider these polls a blessing for under-polled states. Before Survey Monkeyed, Roto-Rueters and You-Skewed state polls, I used the 7-Election straw poll and other such nonsense for under-polled states. However, and I swear to this, I did not, repeat did not, ever, ever, ever use Zogby Interactive. Well, maybe one time. But, if I did, and I not admitting to it, just saying, if I did, I was drunk, under 18 and/or forced at knifepoint.

  66. mnw says:

    It makes sense to me that Republicans who answer pollsters’ questions may not be a representative sample of all Republicans. There’s a lot of hostility out there right now.

  67. DW says:

    One more word about that FL_27 poll…or two polls. If you average both of these internal polls, the Republican is still ahead. But the larger lesson is how this illustrates the forecasters’ herding tendency. Without any real data, they automatically looked at FL_27 and said, well, Hillary dominated here, almost by 20 points over Trump, and oh look!, the its an open seat, and oh, oh, Donna Shalala is the nominee for the Dems. This is a prime opportunity for a D Flip.

    Days and weeks go by and one by one, they all move from Tossup to Lean D, just because its supposed to happen. Then one of them breaks to go Likely D, and the herding continues. 538 went all the way to Solid D flip–again with no polling data, just the sense that it has to be, just because it has to be.

    Finally Politico gets internals from both campaigns, and lo and behold….

  68. Robbie says:

    Wes says:
    September 19, 2018 at 9:34 am
    Robbie was telling us Kavanaugh was doomed just two days ago. Then he said Ford would sink Kavanaugh by testifying.
    Were that the case, she wouldn’t be equivocating about testifying.

    – It appears I’ve gotten under your skin. Good.

    I believe if the accuser testifies, Kavanaugh will be in trouble. I’ve come to conclude Flake wants his last act as a Senator to be the scuttling of a Trump nominee to the Supreme Court.

    I still think there’s a good chance Ford will ultimately testify in some form on Monday. I believe her letter was a delay gambit and its purpose was to pry free a Republican and permanently delay the hearing and vote.

    Now, that no Republican has bitten on the accuser’s first delay gambit, I believe she and her lawyer, along with Democrats, are crafting another strategy.

  69. jason says:

    BOOM!!!! Mr. Vito claims that Kim put her hand inside him and made him say inappropriate things. “All the A-holes did but she made me feel bad about myself when she did it,” stated an emotionally upset Mr. Vito.”

    Now we know why Mr. Vito has been trying to stitch his life (and himself) together again.

    Although I wasn’t there and Mr. Vito did not confide in me, as a foreign born citizen that has endured that same kind of emotional trauma, I think I would be valuable as a witness to describe how these kind of things impact your life, your health and yes, even your appetite.

  70. jason says:

    I believe if the accuser testifies, Kavanaugh will be in trouble.”

    Zzzzzz… wishful thinking by Amoral Scumbag.

    Here is his dream scenario. Flake votes against Kavanaugh so Amoral Scumbag can blame Trump for the fact Flake failed to support a conservative for SCOTUS.

    Yeah, I know, Amoral Scumbag is not a deep thinker.

  71. Wes says:

    Robbie is still salivating over seeing Dems stick it to Trump.

    President Clinton and Senator Ross say hello, Robbie!

  72. jason says:

    The internal just released for the top of the ticket Arizona races reeks of basis risk. Republicans are very much under-represented in the unweighted sample. While the included Republicans are then heavily weighted, we can suspect that the included Republicans are not representative of Republicans in the population.”

    Translation: unskew the polls!

  73. Florida Guy says:

    DeSantis has been caught flat-footed. Campaigning in Jacksonville or for the FL Gov GOP nomination on Fox and Hannity is NOT the same as campaigning in the Florida general. His campaign is in trouble, which is why he resigned early.

    But — Gillum should be taken down a peg or two in the next few weeks. The RGA will go in bigly.

    FG

  74. jason says:

    Robbie is still salivating over seeing Dems stick it to Trump.”

    Hilarious. And you know why, because he is a “conservative Republican”.

  75. jason says:

    FloridaGuy?

    You related to MichiganGuy?

  76. Wes says:

    With his 100% inaccuracy rating since 2016, Robbie still thinks we should take his predictions seriously, all evidence to the contrary.

  77. Wes says:

    I’d hate to be on a plane Robbie piloted. I can see it now:

    Since JEB! lost and Trump won, I have to tell you the most likely outcome of this flight is that you’re all going to die. Have a nice day.

  78. jason says:

    If Flake votes against Kavanaugh because he is miffed at Trump it confirms most of the worst things said about him here, many of which I defended him from.

    It proves he is not a conservative and confirms he is a fraud.

    I am not sure that is the legacy he wants to leave.

    If he thinks he will be respected by Dems, he is wrong, they will clap for 5 minutes and shun him for 30 years.

  79. jason says:

    With his 100% inaccuracy rating since 2016, Robbie still thinks we should take his predictions seriously, all evidence to the contrary.”

    Amoral Scumbag confuses predictions with wish lists, he really can’t tell the difference.

  80. jason says:

    I’d hate to be on a plane Robbie piloted.”

    Luckily for his passengers, so far he has not yet figured out how crashing his plane will be bad for Trump.

    The day he does, poor bastards are toast.

  81. Todd McCain says:

    Seems to me Flake is back on board since Grassley has bent over backwards for Dr. Ford in terms of her testimony.