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Hood Leads Reeves by 2% in MS

A rare poll for this year’s gubernatorial race in Mississippi from Mason-Dixon.

GOVERNOR – MISSISSIPPI (Mason-Dixon)
Jim Hood (D) 44%
Tate Reeves (R) 42%

Jim Hood (D) 40%
Tate Reeves (R) 38%
Bill Waller Jr (I) 9%

GOVERNOR – MISSISSIPPI – GOP PRIMARY (Mason-Dixon)
Tate Reeves 62%
Robert Foster 9%

This poll was done January 30-February 1 among 625 registered voters. This poll has been added to The Hedgehog Report PollWatch page for Mississippi.

Posted by Dave at 10:22 am
Filed under: General | Comments (459)

459 Responses to “Hood Leads Reeves by 2% in MS”

  1. dblaikie says:

    What do you mean “never hurt him electorally?” The first time he ran he had to withdraw from the race. The second time he ran he got about 5 delegates (not sure exact number). Obama only picked him because he was no threat. In a party of millennial loons he is old, old, old. The only general election he has ever won is in the tiny state of Delaware. My goodness, he is older than Trump.

    Oh he polls alright now, but once the dems loons attack him just watch his favorable ratings go south. And if he survives that, he will have to take on Trump, who I believe will eat him for lunch. Sorry he just doesn’t scare me. If Biden is the best the dems have to offer, well, they are in trouble.

    Trump’s baggage is already factored in. He is defined by his enemies every — unlike Uncle Joe. And as far as energy goes, the dems already did that with the infanticide positions in Virginia, New York, and other states. The pro life Catholics and the Evangelicals in this country are, well, enraged is to light a term. Don’t worry when voting begins the base will be even more energized than the dems. And not to see that is to completely misunderstand what is happening in pro life America, and even to those people who believe that Abortion should be legal but that it is morally wrong (that is where I am).

  2. Cash Cow TM says:

    DRUDGE

    Ebola Fears Take Monkey Meat Off Menu…

    Patient Tested in Philly…

  3. Wes says:

    If Hood doesn’t top 50% AND carry a majority of State House districts his opponent can request the House take up the race. They would then select the Republican.

    This is a way to hang onto power, but I’m not a fan of it as it reeks of old boy selection rather than election.

    I prefer the GA system of a runoff so the winner is the candidate chosen by voters.

    Ken Cuccinelli and Mike Lee would rather have voters removed from the process in favor of their handpicked lackeys.

  4. Wes says:

    Ah, I love this. Plagiarism known from 30 years ago by a man since then elected multiple times Senator and Vice-President will sink a candidate. No one will care about the baggage of a President who shut down the government and personally claimed ownership of the entire thing.

    You’re dangerously approaching irrational fanboy status, DB.

    If Biden’s baggage were seriously going to hurt him he would have been out of of politics decades ago. (God, how I wish it had destroyed his career.)

    The fact is though that Biden’s baggage is also already factored in and with Trump’s baggage will result in at best a wash on that front between the two candidates.

  5. Wes says:

    Here’s basically what you’re saying, DB:

    No one will care a sitting President shut down the government, negatively affecting many people’s lives, and overtly took complete ownership of it within two years of an election.

    Plagiarism by his challenger from 30 years ago though will be an absolute disqualifier.

    Assessing this without names attached, can you not seriously see the flaw in that logic?

  6. dblaikie says:

    Wes, I am not a fanboy! Trump can be his own worst enemy. And I have no illusions he could lose if the dems pick the right person and start moderating their leftist policies. However I just don’t see Uncle Joe as that person. That is why I have a bet with you. My support for Trump has nothing to do with personality and everything to do with his policies the majority of which I like.

    My friend we have a difference in that I believe you are far too pessimistic this early about Trump and you think I am far too positive about 2020. I am afraid this respective yet large gap between us will remain for some time.

  7. Wes says:

    I do respect your viewpoint, DB, though I have to say your methodology in reaching it is deeply flawed, predicated as it is on the idea that Trump’s baggage won’t hurt him while the Democrat’s will be an absolute disqualifier.

    The reality is that Trump as the incumbent will be what people will vote on next year. Americans have made no secret of having broad, deep distaste for him. That would bode poorly for his reelection.

  8. dblaikie says:

    Wes, I guess that is why you bet me — you believe my methodology is flawed. That is fine, because I believe your methodology is way too premature and thus flawed.

  9. Wes says:

    At least each of us understands where the other is coming from , DB.

    Honestly if the Trump who outsmarted the Dems and forced their utter capitulation during the 2017 shutdown had been the Trump we’ve had all along I’d see no problem in anticipating his reelection.

    The Trump we have though is a pol who makes so many unforced errors he literally can’t help complicating his own path to reelection. That’s it in a nutshell.

    What’s telling is that you and Trump’s other supporters are reduced to hoping Dems nominate an absolutely toxic candidate or Americans hold their nose for Trump when his accomplishments as President shouldn’t necessitate such forlorn hope.

    That should tell you something. It certainly tells me something.

  10. Wes says:

    Possible Herring bombshell:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/jmartNYT/status/1093180925893070854

    If I’m a VA Republican I’m microwaving a few truckloads of popcorn right now.

  11. Wes says:

    Let’s just hope Kaine and Warner are next.

    Yes, I said it.

    Sue me.

  12. Wes says:

    Talk about irony in Fairfax’s statement.

  13. JulStol says:

    Trolling the RRH mods is so much fun.

  14. dblaikie says:

    Boy how things have changed in Virginia in just a week!! Now the Attorney General, a dem, has admitted to dressing in Black Face years ago. The dems opened this door, this pandora’s box of political correctness, and they are getting destroyed by it in the Commonwealth. I can’t remember a time in our history where the top three office holders have imploded in less than 10 days. Wes and I have our disagreements, but here he is spot on, pass the popcorn!

  15. NYCmike says:

    “Say bye bye, Fairfax:”

    -“CG”, please tell us why “Republicans” should support this person.

  16. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #3- Cash Cow

    Messy will tell us that the Democrats are in trouble now for the 2020 election because of the Ebola scare. She certainly said such a possibility cost the Democrats big time in a midterm election during the Obama Administration!

  17. CG says:

    The Fairfax/Tyson (perfect names for a Virginia scandal)story is a he said/she said. They are both Democrats.

    I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt but her account of what happened is very detailed and horrific.

    Bust out the lie detector tests for them both.

    He said they have been in contact in all the years since and have interacted. She said she never spoke to him again afterwards. Somehow, he should be able to provide example of further interaction with her to challenge her credibility if he says she is lying.

    Northam is the Governor now and a few days ago, the people of the Commonwealth clearly wanted him gone with the understanding he would be unable to govern. Do they still feel that way or not? I guess it’s up to them.

  18. CG says:

    I don’t really care about unsubstantiated reports that he swore about her when talking to people.

    If this were a Republican officeholder, and an MSM reporter claimed they had knowledge of this, nobody here would say they cared at all and that is exactly how anyone would respond to a false attack, etc.

  19. NYCmike says:

    It took a Democratic officeholder being tarred and feathered to have the light bulbs go off in “CG”‘s head……DON’T TRUST THE MEDIA UNTIL THE ACTUAL FACTS COME OUT!

    Now, please tell us who diagnosed our President with early on-set Alzheimers.

  20. NYCmike says:

    “I don’t really care about unsubstantiated reports that he swore about her when talking to people.”

    -Neither do i……..except that when it happens to Democrats, it is so much more interesting!

  21. CG says:

    23. Are you daft?

    Was I not defending the presumption of innocence for Brent Kavanaugh to the absolute hilt when a good many of you wanted to toss him overboard?

  22. CG says:

    The Democrats and the left have clearly found themselves in a pickle.

    Enjoy some popcorn if you must but it’s not very different than the hypocritical situation people on the right are finding themselves with as it relates to Roy Moore, Donald Trump, etc.

  23. NYCmike says:

    #26 – except for the pictures (Northam)……except for the specific locations, times, dates (Fairfax)……except for the admissions before accusations have even come out (redHerring).

  24. CG says:

    Unlike the Kavanaugh situation, the allegations against Fairfax are quite specific as well as a good deal more recent.

    If she is telling the truth, she should contact authorities in Massachusetts. I doubt the statute of limitations is expired.

    And since what she is alleging is so specific, if he is telling the truth, he should be willing to submit to a public lie detector test.

    Next, Governor Northam and Attorney General Herring can have a Michael Jackson vs. Kurtis Blow Moonwalk/Rap competition. Loser goes home.

  25. NYCmike says:

    “Was I not defending the presumption of innocence for Brent Kavanaugh to the absolute hilt when a good many of you wanted to toss him overboard?”

    -I believe it was Robbie and Wes who wanted to wuss out…..anyone else?

    Also, how about the Alzheimer report?

    Will you keep reporting that here, or wait for some evidence to back up the claim?

  26. CG says:

    The allegations made against Moore and Trump were for the most part quite specific and corroborated. (I do not think every allegation against Trump was true, but some people are.) For Moore, who was banned from the mall, this was something people in his town had known for a long time.

    As for Trump, there of course is audio of him admitting he would sexually assault women. He took responsibility for the audio. Is he now pulling a Northam and saying it wasn’t him on tape?

  27. CG says:

    Lots of others came to the determination that Kavanaugh cannot survive. We can revisit that entire thread one day perhaps. I don’t see the need to embarrass people with it now.

    As I have said, even though people who were once close to Donald Trump, such as Omorosa, have claimed he is exhibiting signs of dementia, I do not believe there is evidence for that. I think Trump has been mentally ill for perhaps his entire adult life.

  28. CG says:

    If Herring has to resign, he has no choice but to rap his resignation speech to the beat of “The Breaks.”

  29. CG says:

    I wonder what kind of oppo researchers Republicans have in Mississippi looking into Jim Hood’s past.

    The man is literally a white Hood.

  30. CG says:

    Hours before Northam’s Saturday admission that he appeared as Michael Jackson, I posted that in 1984, I wore one glove and sunglasses to be Michael Jackson (but no blackface.)

    I also realize now that a few years later, I was Slash from Guns N Roses, for Halloween. I wore a thick black wig that looked much like his hair.

    While Slash is half African-American, he is also half Jewish, so I think I was ok to get away with that.

  31. Wes says:

    You’re lying, Mikey. I never advocated throwing Kavanaugh overboard.

  32. NYCmike says:

    “As for Trump, there of course is audio of him admitting he would sexually assault women.”

    -If you “grab a woman by the p*ssy” and she then grabs you “by the p*nis”, is this like a hockey penalty, where only the one who gets caught is sent to the penalty box, or could there also be an instigator penalty called?

  33. Wes says:

    I can’t imagine Mikey typed something as absurd as38.

  34. NYCmike says:

    “-I believe it was Robbie and Wes who wanted to wuss out…..anyone else?”

    -Wes,

    If it wasn’t you, just say so.

    That is why I wrote “I believe it was…” as that allowed for a mistake to be made, and a correction to ensue.

    I happily say that I was incorrect about your steadfastness regarding the nomination of Justice Kavanaugh, and sincerely apologize for including you in that comment.

  35. Wes says:

    Wait. What am I saying? Idiocy is Mikey’s trademark.

  36. NYCmike says:

    “I can’t imagine Mikey typed something as absurd as38.”

    -I can’t imagine you playing hockey.

    I can see you (trying to) rubbing down the players afterwards.*

    *Strictly speaking about male hockey players.

  37. lisab says:

    warren is probably gone for 2020

    just a terrible press conference

    she wishes she could moonwalk at this point

  38. Wes says:

    Well, do your research next time, Mikey. Bitter can even attest I had a short-lived tete-a-tete with a liberal on Facebook because I defended Kavanaugh.

  39. Cash Cow TM says:

    VA politics…whoa boy…

    The governor…now LT gov…now the AG…
    ##########################################
    Walt has issued a press release saying he once wore an Obama mask during a halloween gathering…

    (He still has the plastic mask in a cupboard–and also a post card that has the confederate flag on the front of the post card! I assume that means he is a closet racist or some such…)

  40. NYCmike says:

    Amy Klobuchar seems to be the most reasonable Democratic candidate so far.

  41. CG says:

    ******BREAKING HHR ALERT********

    NYCMike has referred to Amy Klobuchar as “reasonable.”

    Repeating…NYCMike has referred to Amy Klobuchar as “reasonable.”

    ———————————————

    Context be damned, jason will never let that go.

  42. NYCmike says:

    🙂

    (looks like somebody is real sensitive about getting “picked on” by other posters……)

    L O L ! !

  43. CG says:

    Imagine if she gets nominated. You basically called her a “moderate, pragmatic compromiser.”

  44. jason says:

    I am sure if Trump had said “f-ck that bitch” to Stormy Daniels Corey would have been the first one here to defend him.

    Absolutely.

  45. jason says:

    And of course there is no evidence, zero, nada, zilch that Trump ever assaulted any women.

  46. CG says:

    I’m sure Trump said all that and worse about Stormy Daniels. Par for the course with him. He also paid her hush money, and possibly went about it illegally.

    You spent months claiming that Stormy was a liar and never did anything with Trump.

  47. CG says:

    And you defend Roy Moore on that count also…

    Trump said it in his own words and many have accused him. They should have their day in court, just as Bill Clinton’s accusers should have.

  48. jason says:

    Corey’s “Trump has Alzheimer’s” garbage went nowhere so now he wants to try the “sexual assault” canard.

    Meanwhile he give Fairfax a pass because, hmm, he is a Democrat.

    I just love the astounding hypocrisy.

  49. CG says:

    That’s like 0 for 3 on the same post. Congrats.

  50. jason says:

    Trump said it in his own words”

    Zzzzzzz…… locker room talk, there is zero evidence Trump assaulted anybody.

    If you really want justice for sexual assault, get Bill Clinton on rape charges.

  51. CG says:

    “locker room talk”

    So, he lied about it? What kind of guy does that?

    You must have been in some weird locker rooms. Says a lot about you.

  52. CG says:

    The HHR archives from when that story broke will have jason speaking very differently about it.

    Everything is transactional with jason.

  53. jason says:

    Stormy Daniels is a opportunistic porn star represented by a partisan Democrat who is the scumbag of scumbags and wants to run for President by using this woman as a pawn.

    I wouldn’t believe a word of what either one said.

    Maybe Trump had a one night stand with her a decade before he became President. Either way I could care less.

    In any case, non-disclosure agreements are perfectly legal and you don’t have to be guilty of anything to enter into them.

  54. NYCmike says:

    “Imagine if she gets nominated. You basically called her a “moderate, pragmatic compromiser.””

    -And I also hope to call her “loser, like Hillary”, after I vote for the Republican nominee.

  55. jason says:

    So, he lied about it? What kind of guy does that?”

    Zzzzzz… you must lead a sheltered existence.

    If every guy who ever said I would like a piece of that when a good looking woman walks by couldn’t run for office there wouldn’t be too many candidates left.

    And yes, you can look at the archives, I was never thought Hollywood Access was disqualifying, and while I was very anti-Trump, I doubt I gave any credence to any “sexual assault” BS.

  56. NYCmike says:

    “So, he lied about it? What kind of guy does that?

    You must have been in some weird locker rooms. Says a lot about you.”

    -Heh.

    This is funny. I guess I owe my sisters a debt of gratitude, since it was (probably) because of them that I refrained from making up stories about “conquests”, as I had a run-in with a kid (now a friend) who said that he got in some girls pants who ended up being my sister. I made sure NOT to do that, since the girl I theoretically could be speaking about may have a brother/cousin/male friend who would kick my arse if he heard the details.

    BUT, I can attest to the fact that in the locker room, among boys/young men, a lot of banter like that does occur.

  57. CG says:

    I don’t believe any actual man would talk about grabbing someone like that against their will, as Trump did.

    It’s amazing, but not surprising the lengths you people will go to defend him.

  58. lisab says:

    You spent months claiming that Stormy was a liar and never did anything with Trump.

    ————————–

    links?

  59. jason says:

    And you defend Roy Moore on that count also…”

    Poor Corey is like 0-98 today.

    I never referred to Roy Moore in any other way than to call him a scumbag who was absolutely unqualified to be in the Senate and should not even been allowed to run as an R since he had no respect for the rule of law or the Constitution.

    I also said nobody’s personal life or political career should be ruined by uncorroborated and orchestrated political and hit jobs, especially 40 years old, and I certainly thought the timing and and the source of the Moore stories was politically motivated.

    Yesterday I said the same thing about Fairfax. Not that it was politically motivated, since he is a Democrat and instead of printing the story like they did with Moore the WAPO buriedit, but that if there was no corroboration beyond what was printed I didn’t think he needed to resign.

    GFY.

  60. CG says:

    200. jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 4:19 pm

    Where is the Stepford Wife?

    More attitudinal bombast.

    jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 4:24 pm

    The silence is deafening.

    Where are the Stepford? Soccer Moron? NYC Moron? Godfather? Dblaikie?

    Oh, I see the Stepford is already pointing out that when Trump made these statments he was still a Democrat.

    That means it should be ok.

    jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    Trump has always been a disaster looking for a place to happen.

    Too bad so many morons didn’t see it.

    jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 4:32 pm

    Only the Stepford has shown up to carry the water for Trump?

    Where are the other Trumpbots, enablers and useful idiots?

    jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 4:36 pm

    We are screwed.

    Thanks, Trumpbots, enablers and useful idiots.

    Never have so few morons done so much to screw so many other people.

    jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    I apologize to all women voting for me.”

    All 20?

    jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 5:38 pm

    The Stepford still thinks the GOP should have an unstable fascist bigot representing it for the highest office.

    Comparing Trump to anybody “who said something stupid one time or another” is like comparing jaywalking to mass murder.

    NeverEverTrump.

    242. jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 5:42 pm

    The Stepford Wife is still enabling Trump.

    You have to wonder what he would actually have to say or do for her to say something negative about him.

    And remember, she is purportedly a Trump hater driven to be a Trumpbot by the mean ole A-holes.

    ****SDC Bonus***

    243. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    October 8, 2016 at 5:44 pm

    240. Am sure you understand that Trump is going to lose, and may take the Senate and House Republican candidates down with him?

    We are talking about the Republican Party retaining enough integrity to rebuild itself from the rumble.

    This is not about past presidents having affairs; it is about a presidential candidate bragging about what amounts to sexual assaults upon women.

    to be ct’d??

  61. CG says:

    jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 6:20 pm

    ragging about sexually assaulting women because you are a celebrity is OK with Step.”

    Oh come on MD, don’t you know we all have “women missteps”?

    jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 6:22 pm

    at one time or another, did and said stupid things in their life. ”

    I wonder how long you can keep saying stupid things before the Stepford has enough?

    a) 1,000 years
    b) 10,000 years
    c) until the sun goes supernova

    256. jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 6:25 pm

    disturbing comments that were intentionally distributed by the MSM,”

    The Stepford admits the comments were “disturbing”.

    Disturbing “women missteps”.

    257. jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 6:25 pm

    Maybe we should rename the Stepford Wife to “Baghdad Janz”.

    258. jason says:

    October 8, 2016 at 6:28 pm

    Headline on Yahoo.

    “Republican Party Could Recover as Early as 2096, Experts Say”

    That’s just one thread.

    “fascist” “mass murderer”- jason had a lot of different thoughts about Trump at the time.

    And maybe he owes an apology to janz now since she defended Trump for his remarks and jason did not approve… then.

  62. jason says:

    Corey is very good at taking what someone said and construing it to be completely different.

    I am surprised he hasn’t said I wanted RBG to die yet.

    I am sure as he gets cornered with his lies, he will come up with that again.

  63. CG says:

    You clearly posted you were opposed to her staying alive. But since you didn’t “wish” it that’s ok.

    In the meantime, you’d apparently defend Trump against your own daughter.

  64. jason says:

    Zzzzz…

    I called janz Badghad janz because she defended everything Trump said

    I attacked a lot of his statements, but nowhere will you find me giving credence to any sexual assault claim.

    Nothing inconsistent between then and now.

    Nada. Zilch.

  65. CG says:

    You were quite angry at the comments and said it meant he would certainly lose the election.

    You also called him a “fascist bigot.”

    Everything with you is transactional. You have no soul. Sad.

  66. lisab says:

    You spent months claiming that Stormy was a liar and never did anything with Trump.

    ————————–

    how is any of that proving that jason called stormy a liar?

  67. lisab says:

    if anything i remember jason saying he does not care if trump slept with stormy 10 years before he was elected president

  68. CG says:

    We are talking about what jason said in 2016. (easy to search by date for a particular new development)

    In 2018, he was saying Trump never paid any money to Stormy. Now, he says he is ok that he paid her money.

  69. CG says:

    Sure, he says now he doesn’t care.

    If that came out in 2016 though, he would have cared a great deal and had nothing but scorn for anyone who tried to defend Trump on the matter.

    As he would end his posts “NeverEverTrump”

    Now, Trump has his balls around his neck, just like Nancy Pelosi was symbolically wearing Trump’s last night and there is literally nothing that Trump can do that cannot be excused or cheered.

    At least janz or “Baghdad Bob/Stepford Wife” as he called her has been consistent in her Trump worship. jason just changes on a dime. One day, he may go back to saying what a fascist bigot Trump is.

    It all depends on the who else makes up the HHR audience and whom he can look “tough” in front of.

  70. lisab says:

    well, trump’s lawyer paid stormy, so jason would be correct

  71. jason says:

    Bitterlaw says:
    February 5, 2019 at 11:57 pm

    Just using your own standard, Corey. Jason never wished for RBG to die but you keep repeating it.”

    Hey Bitter, you nailed it, here we go again.

    As soon as he gets cornered in some lie, he comes up with that.

    Needs new material

  72. CG says:

    The specific RBG post was very clear (jason has moved on since he was called out on the Access Hollywood reaction.)

    Bitterlaw- I want her to retire, but I admire her will to live until…

    jason did not say, “yeah, I want her to retire too.”

    jason did say, “why, I find it disgusting”, ..referring to her will to live, not her decision to not retire.

  73. lisab says:

    The specific RBG post was very clear
    —————-

    it was pretty clear jason wanted her to resign,

  74. dblaikie says:

    Let’s see, during the Kavanaugh hearing dem. after dem. came out to say that they believed loony Ford. The moonbats in Hollywood made an ad saying that they believed Ford and stood with her and had her back. I wonder how many dems are going to come out say that they believe Fairfax’s accuser. Popcorn is being served drenched in the butter of hypocrisy.

  75. CG says:

    If that is what he intended to convey, he went about it all wrong.

    For one thing, he shouldn’t have attacked Bitterlaw’s post/concept. Bitterlaw additionally had a scenario in the post that described exaggerated medical efforts to keep RBG alive.

    It’s up to him and his conscience. Since he doesn’t go to Confession/Mass and doesn’t like when others do, it shouldn’t be an issue for him.

  76. dblaikie says:

    We can all be united in wanting Trump do well for one huge reason. Worm doesn’t have the guts to come here and post his drivel.

  77. jason says:

    In 2018, he was saying Trump never paid any money to Stormy.”

    Hello?

    I never said that, and I couldn’t care less if he did or didn’t.

    But the fact Stormy alleged to have an affair (really a one night stand) with Trump was no secret, she talked about it as early as 2011 but probably nobody cared because he wasn’t running for President.

    If Stormy was going to come out with it again Cohen was certainly smart to have her sign the non-disclosure, but this was in fact very old news.

  78. jason says:

    “The first reports of an alleged 2006 affair between Trump and Daniels were published in October 2011 by the blog The Dirty and the magazine Life & Style, for which Daniels took a polygraph test.”

  79. jason says:

    jason did say, “why, I find it disgusting”, ..referring to her will to live, not her decision to not retire.”

    Actually, no, you keep repeating as if it were true, but it not true and I never said that.

    The I find it disgusting was referring to her not being willing to retire.

    Everyone here understood that except you.

    Now why would that be?

  80. CG says:

    If in your head, that is what you thought you were replying to, then you read the post wrong and one can hardly be blamed for reacting how they read your post. Wes read it the same way.

    Bitterlaw specifically said “I WANT HER TO RETIRE” and then went on about her will to live.

    You read his post and said, “why” and also said, “I find it disgusting.”

    Now, you are saying you agreed 100 percent with Bitterlaw. Ok, maybe you did, but you sure have reading problems on occasion, such as your embarrassing insistence that you were correct on Quincy Jones/Michael Jackson killed JFK, only to tuck your tail between your legs hours later and finally admit you read it wrong.

  81. lisab says:

    If that is what he intended to convey, he went about it all wrong.
    —————————-

    corey is the language police now?

  82. jason says:

    If that is what he intended to convey, he went about it all wrong.”

    What I intended to convey was quite clear to everyone here, including Bitter, whose post I commented on.

    The reason you chose to interpret it differently is because you are a pathological liar.

  83. lisab says:

    Since he doesn’t go to Confession/Mass and doesn’t like when others do
    ————————-

    he does not like it if others go to mass?

  84. CG says:

    The exact words you replied to and your exact words speak for themselves. People can give you any benefit of the doubt they want. Indeed I have even tried to do that and acknowledge you are a lazy reader and made a mistake in how you responded to something.

    But you are still soulless and a fraud. So, enjoy the points.

  85. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    71. “Everything with you is transactional. You have no soul. Sad.”

    Oh please. What a pompous comment.

  86. CG says:

    91. That’s what I was aiming for.

  87. jason says:

    Corey was a doctor yesterday when Trump had Alzheimer’s.

    That failed miserably, so he is back to shrink, failing miserably.

  88. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    90. Please explain the special talents and qualifications you have to determine someone does not have a soul?

  89. CG says:

    Again, with the reading problems. I specifically said yesterday, as I said in the past, that I DO NOT believe Trump has Alzheimer’s.

  90. CG says:

    94. Gut instinct and extraordinary ability to judge.

    All traits you admire in a President.

  91. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    71. Perhaps you can condemn Jason to Hades through your special spiritual powers that determined he has no soul?

  92. jason says:

    he does not like it if others go to mass?”

    That canard is even more ridiculous than the I wanted RBG dead.

    I berate Bitter for not being hard enough on the Communist Pope, and Bitter usually responds with “should I not go to Mass”.

    So when the Communist Pope makes another attack on capitalism, wealth or free enterprise, I say “but Bitter is still going to Mass”.. meaning “but he doesn’t care”.

    Nowhere do I actually criticize Bitter for going to Mass, actually much to the contrary, I always defend people of faith here.

  93. CG says:

    I don’t claim to know if Hell exists or not.

    I hope it doesn’t for the sake of a lot of people.

  94. CG says:

    So, in other words, you disapprove of Bitter going to Mass. It’s quite clear.

    Lord knows, he needs something.

  95. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    96. “Gut instinct and extraordinary ability to judge. All traits you admire in a President.”

    Here we go again, your going to make up something that you claim I posted.

  96. CG says:

    The “you” was more directed towards the collective here. I am happy to clarify.

  97. jason says:

    specifically said yesterday, as I said in the past, that I DO NOT believe Trump has Alzheimer’s.”

    Right, you just brought up that people close to him said that because you think they are crazy.

    You also disputed the results of the test showing he didn’t have Alzheimer’s because you think they are crazy, right?

    Btw, still waiting to hear who “close to Trump thinks he has Alzheimer’s?”

  98. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    99. “I don’t claim to know if Hell exists or not.
    I hope it doesn’t for the sake of a lot of people.”

    Such a righteous person you are. Have compassion on those you identify as sinners. Assume many of them post on the board?

  99. jason says:

    So, in other words, you disapprove of Bitter going to Mass. It’s quite clear.”

    No, I don’t.

    I admire the fact Bitter goes to Mass. I think it’s great that people have faith even if I am not religious.

    So again, a complete lie about what I said.

    0-99.

  100. CG says:

    I was simply responding using the same logic as “RBG is sicker than people are letting on.”

    If you can’t take the word of the Judicial Branch that she is going to be “ok”, then why take the word of the Executive Branch that Trump is “the healthiest President ever” or whatever it was that has been claimed.

  101. CG says:

    Oh, the worst people out there aren’t posting on this board. Don’t worry.

  102. CG says:

    So, why is it Bitter’s responsibility to attack the Pope, especially if he is Catholic and you are not?

    You should thus respect my right to be negative about the current President since I am a Republican and you are not.

  103. jason says:

    List of lies Corey has said about me in this thread:

    1. That I wanted RBG dead. Never said that, never thought that, never implied that.

    2. That I disapproved of Bitter going to Mass. Never said that, never thought that, never implied that.

    3. That I said Trump never had a non-disclosure with Stormy. Never said that.

    I am sure there are other lies, but who can keep count?

  104. CG says:

    Take me to the Court then. I’d win on all three.

  105. CG says:

    Do you want him to go to Mass and start yelling about “the Communist Pope?” What you are saying does not follow any logic.

    If you are not Catholic or not religious in general and do not live in Vatican City, why do you give a damn about what the Pope says about anything?

    Whatever the Pope says is totally irrelevant to my life. It’s up to Catholics to view them any way they want. I hold the President of my country to another standard however.

  106. jason says:

    So, why is it Bitter’s responsibility to attack the Pope, especially if he is Catholic and you are not?”

    I think he should care if the Pope is a Communist especially since he is a Catholic.

    My point is that all the Pope’s friends in the MSM only love him when he attacks capitalism and and is on their global warming bandwagon, and are not friends of the Catholic Church.

    I think he is wrong about the influence the Pope has beyond the Church and that it is being used to advance socialism. And we know from experience that the first things communists do is try to abolish religion.

    You can disagree if you want.

    GFY.

  107. jason says:

    The fact I think too many Catholics are too passive and accepting of the Communist Pope does not mean in any way that I disapprove of anyone going to Mass.

    I bet that is clear to everyone here besides Corey.

  108. CG says:

    Does he agree the Pope is a Communist? I’ve never heard him say that. I’d be surprised if he were to say he did.

    So maybe you should let him make his own religious decisions. Religion and politics are not the same anyway.

    Besides, the Pope is Pro-Life and has appointed many conservative Pro-Life Cardinals. That is ALL that should matter.

    I guess you would prefer Nancy Pelosi to be Pope. She has the white outfit.

  109. CG says:

    And yes jason, that is another major disagreement you have with the Pope, and with proudly Roman Catholic Bitterlaw.

    You are ok with legalized abortion. They disagree.

  110. jason says:

    Whatever the Pope says is totally irrelevant to my life.”

    So that is where we disagree. I think you are being very naive.

    The Pope’s attacks on the capitalist system and his defense of socialism is being used to advance leftist movement way beyond just the Catholic Church. It’s being used by the global warming alarmists to push for policies that basically are anti-business and anti-free enterprise everywhere.
    If the Pope limited himself to church matters and Catholicism ok, but he doesn’t. He is involved in politics all over the world and his agenda is markedly socialist.

    You are a fool if you don’t see that.

  111. CG says:

    Nobody whom has ever been Pope or ever will be Pope has any bearing on my life. I tend to admire the people who have become Pope.

    If this matter were truly so important to you, I assume you would be nicer to Robbie, whom I believe shares your views on the Pope, but unlike you is actually Catholic (and Pro-Life.)

  112. jason says:

    Does he agree the Pope is a Communist? I’ve never heard him say that.”

    I think he agrees that the Pope is hard core leftist yes. But if he doesn’t he will tell us.

    I think his point is there is nothing he can do about it.

  113. CG says:

    So, I will focus on the dangerous impact I believe political figures, not religious figures, have on the world, especially those in my country, and the agendas being peddled by political figures in both parties these days is worthy of opposing.

  114. CG says:

    It’s his right to support the Pope. Especially since its a religious matter. Catholics can approach that matter anyway they wish.

    Many of you support the current President for exactly the same reasons, (i.e, he won and his success is our success, etc. etc) and there isn’t even a religious component.

  115. jason says:

    hom I believe shares your views on the Pope, but unlike you is actually Catholic (and Pro-Life.)”

    LOL, let’s get real.

    He is an Amoral Scumbag, I don’t believe anything he says. If he is a Catholic he is the most amoral Catholic I ever saw.

  116. CG says:

    Can one be a “hard core leftist” and want to protect innocent, unborn children? I also think the Pope is still not exactly on board with that whole same-sex marriage thing. A lot of people disagree.

    I guess the Pope be can be a “hard core leftist” to those who think that Donald Trump is a “solid conservative.”

  117. jason says:

    It’s his right to support the Pope”

    He doesn’t support the Pope at all I don’t think.

    He is very critical of the Pope’s policies but he doesn’t think he can do anything about it.

  118. CG says:

    “He is an Amoral Scumbag, I don’t believe anything he says. If he is a Catholic he is the most amoral Catholic I ever saw.”

    I assume SDC would also want to know how you obtained such insight.

  119. CG says:

    If Bitterlaw were to meet the Pope, I am sure he would consider it an honor and he would genuflect and kiss the ring or whatever it is that Catholics do when they meet the Pope.

    He supports him religiously/spiritually. A) that is his right B) that should matter more than mere politics.

  120. CG says:

    If I were to meet Pope Francis, I would shake his hand, and if given the opportunity, thank him for defending Life.

    Then, I would want to know if he had any good Trump jokes.

    Goodnight.

  121. jason says:

    Looks like the Commie Pope is getting a little more flexible on abortion too.

    “Pope Francis declared Monday that all priests would have the right permanently to forgive abortion, seen as a significant outreach by the Catholic Church to women.

    “I henceforth grant to all priests, in virtue of their ministry, the faculty to absolve those who have committed the sin of procured abortion,” the pope wrote in an apostolic letter marking the end of the “Year of Mercy,” which wound up Sunday.”

  122. lisab says:

    “Everything with you is transactional. You have no soul. Sad.”
    ————————-

    so corey claims he can tell if someone is souless?

  123. jason says:

    guess the Pope be can be a “hard core leftist” to those who think that Donald Trump is a “solid conservative.”

    Was that directed at me?

    Maybe you can find one post where I ever
    said I thought Trump was a conservative?

    0-100.

  124. lisab says:

    “Nowhere do I actually criticize Bitter for going to Mass, actually much to the contrary, I always defend people of faith here.” jason

    “So, in other words, you disapprove of Bitter going to Mass. It’s quite clear.” corey
    ———————————–

    the acoustics must be really bad in here …

  125. lisab says:

    So, in other words, you disapprove of Bitter going to Mass. It’s quite clear.

    Lord knows, he needs something.
    ——————————

    are you claiming to know what the lord knows about bitterlaw?

  126. lisab says:

    If you can’t take the word of the Judicial Branch that she is going to be “ok”, then why take the word of the Executive Branch that Trump is “the healthiest President ever” or whatever it was that has been claimed.
    ————————————-

    well … one was seen in public yesterday

  127. lisab says:

    You should thus respect my right to be negative about the current President since I am a Republican and you are not.
    ————————————-

    objection … facts not in evidence

  128. lisab says:

    If you are not Catholic or not religious in general and do not live in Vatican City, why do you give a damn about what the Pope says about anything?
    ———————————————–

    because he is a world leader of over a bllion catholics?

  129. lisab says:

    Besides, the Pope is Pro-Life and has appointed many conservative Pro-Life Cardinals. That is ALL that should matter.
    ———————————————–

    ummmmmmmmm … trump has appointed many conservative pro-life judges … who diectly affect the country you live in …

  130. lisab says:

    You spent months claiming that Stormy was a liar and never did anything with Trump.
    ———————————————–

    sooooooooo … you don’t have any evidence jason actually said that then?

    you just lied about it?

  131. lisab says:

    and how do you know jason is souless?

  132. mnw says:

    Hi, lisab

  133. Bitterlaw says:

    WTF, Corey? When did I ever say that I don’t like it when others go to confession or attend Mass? I have always expressed admiration for people who practice their faith. Don’t make absurd statements about me to continue your fight with jason.

  134. lisab says:

    hi mnw,

    miss you here,

    but corey/robbie have actually gotten up to 60% of some threads now

  135. Bitterlaw says:

    Ok. I thought Corey said I don’t approve of others going to Mass and confession.

    I still think it is odd that Jason thinksI have some influence over the election of a Pope or his conduct.

  136. CG says:

    139. Wasn’t talking about you at all. Was directed towards jason. Did I mistype a name? Please direct me to the post.

  137. Tina says:

    Pretty apparent that deep state needs to do something to change the subject from the SOTU.

    We saw Dog Schumah smirk at infanticide.

    We saw white hoodies. KKK is back in style with the drats.

    We saw somebody fooling with her dentures,

  138. NYCmike says:

    I guess, from now on, the first comment any poster should make will start with “”CG”, can you please explain to me what I mean when I write the following?”.

  139. CG says:

    Fox News highlighted a clip from the speech last night that I must have missed.

    Trump said he wants people to “come to America, at the highest numbers ever” in reference to legal immigrants.

    So, NYCMike has an answer I suppose to “how many legal immigrants are enough?”

    According to Trump, it would be whatever “the highest number ever” is.

  140. Bitterlaw says:

    I have explained this before. I will type slowly.

    I believe the Pope is a leftist but not a Communist. I believe he confuses advocating for the poor as requiring him to critics capitalism.

    I do not agree with his political statements, However, he has the same right as a head of state to make them as John Paul II did in opposing Communism. I preferred JP2’s statements.

    I have never said that Jason should not criticize the Pope’s political statements. I have said the Pope’s political statements are irrelevant to how I practice my faith.

    As far as forgiving women who have abortions, the Church traces the power to forgive sin to Jesus. That is the Pope’s call and not mine.

  141. CG says:

    I had been meaning to remark upon this occasion of Ronald Reagan’s birthday, 108 years ago in Illinois.

    How lucky America was to have someone like him as President

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJsyCl84ciQ

  142. NYCmike says:

    As long as both of you can agree on a robust system of assimilation and a bare minimum of social services used by the LEGAL IMMIGRANTS, go for it.

    Of course, I do recognize that Trump often makes statements which are larger in scope than what is realistic.

    Of course, you have a tough time with hyperbole and Trump………….

  143. CG says:

    So, all it took was one line from DJT for you to toss aside Cotton/Purdue. Who didn’t see that coming?

  144. NYCmike says:

    Cotton/Perdue wasn’t mentioned in your statement in regards to Fox and Trump.

  145. NYCmike says:

    And I am pretty sure Trump, who I do believe is pro-immigration and not a racist, would look to increase LEGAL IMMIGRATION……AFTER certain other conditions are met.

  146. CG says:

    What conditions? His words spoke for themselves. You probably would concede privately that 99% of what he says is always bullsjit.

    Quite a different though between that line and the words of his speechwriter, Mr. Miller, who says he hopes “not a single refugee foot ever again touches American soil.”

  147. CG says:

    Perhaps those “conditions” would be the minimum amount of money that would be paid out in order to work at Mar-A-Lago or one of his golf courses.

  148. Tina says:

    Jebot is the one who advocated throwing Kavanaugh over board.

  149. Tina says:

    I want illegals to come in the highest numbers ever.

    Jebots

  150. lisab says:

    Pelosi Calls Trump’s Request To Ban Late-Term Abortion ‘Really Quite A Sad Thing’

  151. CG says:

    Does anybody know if Justin Fairfax ever made any public statements about Brett Kavanuagh when all that was going on? I couldn’t find anything after a quick Google search.

    Today, Fairfax hired the law firm that Kavanaugh used to defend himself.

  152. jason says:

    I believe the Pope is a leftist but not a Communist. I believe he confuses advocating for the poor as requiring him to critics capitalism.

    I do not agree with his political statements, However, he has the same right as a head of state to make them as John Paul II did in opposing Communism. I preferred JP2’s statements.

    I have never said that Jason should not criticize the Pope’s political statements. I have said the Pope’s political statements are irrelevant to how I practice my faith.”

    That is pretty much how I explained your position.

    I said you thought he was a leftist and that you didn’t agree with his policies.

    Please tell Corey I never said you should not go to Mass that is all that is left to make him a complete liar.

  153. CG says:

    Not every leftist is a Communist and I find it hard to believe that any religious person is secretly a Communist. Way, way overboard on the anti-Papal rhetoric.

    I see now that jason wants Bitterlaw to go to Mass to protest the Church. Apparently, jason thinks he has some obligation to “speak out” against the church’s leadership. That’s even worse I think.

  154. CG says:

    I wonder which pro-choice Pelosi-Lite Cardinal lost the Conclave to have jason refusing to let this go about Francis.

  155. lisab says:

    if you’re a virginia democrat and you haven’t worn black face, please contact the daily caller

  156. CG says:

    Perhaps I would not agree with all of Francis’s economic theories, but I do admire is will to live until Trump is out of office. He does have lifetime position after all.

    And now there can be no doubt that jason will agree with me in wanting Pope Francis to be alive when the next U.S. President is sworn in.

  157. jason says:

    Pelosi Calls Trump’s Request To Ban Late-Term Abortion ‘Really Quite A Sad Thing’

    Corey to agree with Pelosi in 3, 2, 1 …

  158. CG says:

    Tim Kaine said today he never wore blackface because he grew up in Kansas City and that didn’t fly there. Nice shot at his constituents. (I assume Hillary’s people would have found out of he did.)

    Kaine’s recent opponent Corey Stewart, who grew up in Minnesota, might regret not being in Virginia in the early 80s.

  159. jason says:

    I see now that jason wants Bitterlaw to go to Mass..”

    Ok, so basically the last canard has now been debunked.

    It’s not that I don’t want him to go to Mass, it’s that I want him to go to Mass for some other purpose.

    Zzzzzzzz….

  160. CG says:

    I’ve always been Pro-Life and always been in favor of bans on late term abortions. I was sending $5 to Pro-Life organizations when I was 12 years old or so.

    Tell us jason, how long into a pregnancy (non-rape conceived, non life of the mother exception) do you think it is no longer appropriate to end the life of a child?

  161. CG says:

    What do you want him to go to Mass for? Since you think your opinion on whether or not he goes to Mass should matter.

    Through what venue or tactic do you want him to oppose Pope Francis or to somehow negate the result of an election that was conducted by the books, without a single vote being changed by Russian hackers?

  162. CG says:

    Should he chain himself to the Birth Control aisle at Wawa’s?

  163. CG says:

    If he listened to you, Mary Gay Scanlon will be all over him for trying to overthrow the Pope when he runs against her for Congress.

  164. jason says:

    I think this goes beyond “left” this is Ocasio-Cortez territory.

    SANTA CRUZ, Bolivia (Reuters) – Pope Francis on Thursday urged the downtrodden to change the world economic order, denouncing a “new colonialism” by agencies that impose austerity programs and calling for the poor to have the “sacred rights” of labor, lodging and land.

    His speech was preceded by lengthy remarks from leftist Bolivian President Evo Morales, who wore a jacket adorned with the face of Argentine revolutionary Ernesto “Che” Guevara. He was executed in Bolivia in 1967 by CIA-backed Bolivian troops.

    “Let us not be afraid to say it: we want change, real change, structural change,” the pope said, decrying a system that “has imposed the mentality of profit at any price, with no concern for social exclusion or the destruction of nature.”

    and

    “Pope Francis’ attacks on capitalism can be fiery. He has railed against “compulsive consumerism” and called the unfettered pursuit of money “the dung of the devil.” We’ve heard his oratory previously, and we respectfully disagreed with the sweeping nature of the criticism. Why? Because the pope brushes aside how capitalism lifts so many of the world’s people out of poverty. Now add to the litany a harsh new Vatican appraisal of western economics personally approved by Pope Francis.

    A lengthy document released Thursday by the Roman Catholic Church goes into surprising detail in its takedown of business, competition, deregulation and the shareholder system. Concepts named and vilified in the paper include derivatives (a class of financial instrument that includes futures), credit default swaps and offshore banking. Debt securitization, a complex pool of assets that can be risky for investors, is a “ticking time bomb ready sooner or later to explode,” the paper says.

    This Vatican treatise, which can be seen as the church’s critique of the Great Recession, amounts to a papal warning that business, banking and trading are “profoundly amoral” or, worse, “of proximate immorality.” The document suggests that, from the trading floor to the boardroom, greed rules while ethical behavior is devalued: “The objective of mere profit easily creates a perverse and selective logic that often favors the advancement of business leaders who are capable, but greedy and unscrupulous, and whose relationship with others is prevalently driven by a selfish and personal gain.”

  165. CG says:

    I would think that if anything would get you so fired up to attack a Catholic priest, you could at least find one that abused children.

  166. jason says:

    But Corey would not ask the Pope why he thinks business and trading are amoral, he would ask him if he has any jokes to bash Trump.

  167. jason says:

    Tell us jason, how long into a pregnancy (non-rape conceived, non life of the mother exception) do you think it is no longer appropriate to end the life of a child?”

    I think abortion should be legal in the first trimester, which btw is what 6 in 10 Americans support.

    I have held that position here for a decade or more here.

    I oppose any abortion of a viable fetus and certainly I oppose partial birth abortion.

    https://news.gallup.com/poll/235469/trimesters-key-abortion-views.aspx

  168. Bitterlaw says:

    I believe that Jason feels that my attendance at Mass is an endorsement of the Pope’s political views.

    It is not.

  169. CG says:

    Is the Pope running for office in the U.S.? What do I care?

    There are enough Reform Rabbis in the Chicago suburbs for me to disagree with on political matters if that is what I needed to do.

    I just don’t understand the inconsistency between “Trump must be supported because the alternative means you are in league with the Democrats…”

    But the leader of billions (I think) of Catholics worldwide has to be vigorously denounced even though that puts you in league with the Satanists.

  170. jason says:

    What do you want him to go to Mass for? Since you think your opinion on whether or not he goes to Mass should matter.”

    LOL

    This is typical Corey when he gets caught in his web of lies.

    I went from opposing Bitter going to Mass to now “wanting him to go to Mass”.

    The truth is I never opposed Bitter going to Mass, never said he SHOULD go to Mass, merely that I admired him for going to Mass because I admire people of faith.

  171. CG says:

    A lot of people only support abortion in the first trimester.

    I guess that’s better than something more extreme, but still, a life is a life. I believe life begins at conception. I could possibly change that to at fertilization if science could further that assertion.

    So, I will deem your abortion position, “Hillary-Lite.”

  172. CG says:

    So, if you are saying he can go to Mass, no problem, why is he lacking in your view in not opposing the Pope?

    I agree with how he perceives it in post 175.

  173. CG says:

    I am going to eat dinner. jason, I hope the hook that has been consistently in your mouth does not hurt too much.

  174. jason says:

    But the leader of billions (I think) of Catholics worldwide has to be vigorously denounced”

    Yep, I think his anti-capitalist, anti-business and anti-free enterprise rhetoric should be opposed not from a religious standpoint but from a political standpoint.

    If the Pope wants to engage in politics and try to determine what the world’s economic order is, I think he should be fair game for criticism of that position.

    It has nothing to do with being critical of the Catholic Church, that is a separate argument.

  175. CG says:

    Well, I believe Trump has to be opposed not from a religious standpoint but from a political one.

  176. lisab says:

    But the leader of billions (I think) of Catholics worldwide has to be vigorously denounced even though that puts you in league with the Satanists.
    ———————————

    jason is in league with satanists?!!!!!

  177. CG says:

    The Satanists wish Francis wasn’t Pope every bit as much as the Democrats wish Trump were not President.

    There are no Vatican midterms though to gauge public opinion.

  178. jason says:

    I believe life begins at conception.”

    Good for you.

    Like “a lot of people” I only support abortion in the first semester.

    If you think your position is morally superior to mine, GFY.

  179. CG says:

    Mike Pence and I both do. (and so does Trump if you take him at his word)

  180. jason says:

    jason is in league with satanists?!!!!!

    I really should retire.

    There are no more points…

  181. lisab says:

    The Satanists wish Francis wasn’t Pope
    ———————————–

    you hang out with satanists?!!!!!

  182. jason says:

    In supporting a Communist Pope, Corey is aligned with Stalin who slaughtered millions and Fidel Castro who killed thousands. Not to mention Rocket Man.

    Two can play that game.

    Oh, a life is a life….

  183. CG says:

    And what’s the point of wanting RBG to retire if not to get to a point where the SCOTUS eventually overturns Roe v. Wade, returning the matter to the states, where many will choose to ban abortion, even in the first trimester? This, (along with support for a Constitutional Amendment) has been in the GOP platform since the adoption of Roe v. Wade. Many people vote Republican *solely* because of this.

    What else could be more important court-wise?

    Getting more judges to side with Trump on Eminent Domain?

    Perhaps you might want RBG to not retire for a more than you realize.

  184. lisab says:

    well … you have no soul and are in league with satanists … and it is only february

  185. lisab says:

    And what’s the point of wanting RBG to retire if not to get to a point where the SCOTUS eventually overturns Roe v. Wade, returning the matter to the states, where many will choose to ban abortion, even in the first trimester?
    ————————-

    but … but … you said you wanted her on the court until she was 120!!!!!

  186. CG says:

    1. I do not believe the Pope is a Communist. One cannot be a Communist and have a religion from my perspective.

    2. I do not “support” the Pope as I have never been Catholic, as you very well know.

    3. I do support the right of Catholics to have the Pope they voted for through their official process.

    Being part of the Papal Resistance from the outside is just futile.

  187. CG says:

    I assume very much that jason is not a Satanist, even though he opposes the Pope politically. It’s no different than me not being a Democrat because I oppose Trump politically.

    The inconsistency is on the other side.

  188. CG says:

    I want her to live to be 120. I never said I wanted her on the Court until 120, but that’s up to her.

    As an American citizen, I can say that Roe v. Wade was wrongly decided, is unconstitutional, and she and everyone else on the Court, despite jason’s disapproval, should act to overturn it.

  189. jason says:

    I believe that Jason feels that my attendance at Mass is an endorsement of the Pope’s political views.

    I don’t believe that at all.

    What I mock is your belief that what the Pope says has no bearing outside the Church or relevance to your life outside the church. In response to that YOU are the one who says “so I shouldn’t go to Mass”?.

    It’s basically this. I think the Pope’s influence is being magnified by the MSM and people who are actually enemies of the church because they like his leftist rhetoric. I think that by allowing these people, who in reality hate religion of all kinds, to use him to further their agenda is wrong and is damaging to those of us that do believe in capitalism, free enterprise, and free markets.

  190. lisab says:

    One cannot be a Communist and have a religion from my perspective.
    ————————-

    i guess you are not joining a kibbutz then

  191. CG says:

    Nope, not joining a Kibbutz.

    I am unaware of any religious obligation as part of Kibbutzim, but I haven’t been in Sunday School for a long time.

    Most likely, they are merely socialists.

  192. lisab says:

    I assume very much that jason is not a Satanist
    ———————————

    like you think trump does not have alzheimer’s?

  193. CG says:

    Correct, I can’t know for sure.

  194. lisab says:

    Most likely, they are merely socialists.
    —————————————–

    and you found this out while you were on a kibbutz?

  195. CG says:

    It might surprise some people, especially those with an history of being anti-religion, that there are all sorts of people in Israel, including agnostics, atheists, Christians and Muslims serving in high levels of government, etc.

    There is no Mandatory Judaism. People who live on a kibbutz might possibly be anything.

    Jewish-Americans do not even go camping, so it’s a whole different world for us.

  196. lisab says:

    There is no Mandatory Judaism. People who live on a kibbutz might possibly be anything.

    One cannot be a Communist and have a religion from my perspective.
    —————————————

    but not religious?

  197. lisab says:

    There is no Mandatory Judaism. People who live on a kibbutz might possibly be anything.

    One cannot be a Communist and have a religion from my perspective.
    —————————————

    but not religious?

    from your perspective, that is

  198. CG says:

    If they are communist, they would by definition be atheist.

    If they are socialist, they may have all sorts of potential religions.

    The Pope is not a Communist.

    If he wants to say “Commie-Lite”, that’s his right just like I fully believe Donald Trump is David Duke-Lite.

  199. jason says:

    I want another conservative on SCOTUS because of many other issues that I care a lot more than abortion.

    I would hope that Roe vs. Wade is not overturned but to me there are issues a lot more important such as the 2nd amendment.

    I have voted for anti-abortion candidates and supporte anti-abortion judges for decades even though I was pro-choice.

    If Trump appoints a pro-life judge, fine with me.

  200. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason is veering into Corey Logic now.

    I said years ago that I agree that the Pope’s statements have influence outside the Church and that leftists use them. However, I also said that those statements are irrelevant to how I practice my faith and live my life.

  201. Bitterlaw says:

    I do not believe that Jason is a Satanist. Not sure about Wes, though.

  202. Bitterlaw says:

    I used to think lisab might be Wiccan. Then I realized that she can be so annoying that they would have turned her into a cat or toad by now.

  203. lisab says:

    If they are communist, they would by definition be atheist.
    ——————————

    so the pilgrims did not form a commune?

    or they were not religious?

  204. jason says:

    I think the Pope IS a communist, nothing “lite” about him. There is a strong tradition of communist priests in Latin America, who believed in the “Liberation Theology”, quite Marxist in nature. John Paul II purged a lot of these priests but the movement is not dead.

    “Liberation theology is a synthesis of Christian theology and Marxist socio-economic analyses that emphasizes social concern for the poor and the political liberation for oppressed peoples”

    and

    “Miguel d’Escoto, a Maryknoll priest from Nicaragua, had been sanctioned with an a divinis suspension from his public functions in 1984 by Pope John Paul II, for political activity in the leftist Sandinista government in Nicaragua. Pope Francis lifted the suspension in August 2014, in response to a request by d’Escoto.”

    “US president George H. W. Bush said he could not comprehend how Catholic theologians could harmonize Catholicism and Marxism and support revolutionaries in Central America. “I’m puzzled. I just don’t understand it.”

  205. jason says:

    ason will agree with me in wanting Pope Francis to be alive when the next U.S. President is sworn in.

    Absolutely.

    And I hope he will be so disgusted that Trump is sworn in again that he will go to a monastery for the rest of his days while the Cardinals pick a non-communist Pope.

  206. lisab says:

    US president George H. W. Bush said he could not comprehend how Catholic theologians could harmonize Catholicism and Marxism
    —————————–

    was george h w bush a satanist too?

  207. jason says:

    “I said years ago that I agree that the Pope’s statements have influence outside the Church and that leftists use them”

    Must have missed that, sorry.

    Enjoy Mass!

  208. lisab says:

    And I hope he will be so disgusted that Trump is sworn in again that he will go to a monastery for the rest of his days while the Cardinals pick a non-communist Pope.
    —————————–

    aren’t monasteriess communes?

  209. CG says:

    I have moved on to watch “The Masked Singer” but if jason is going to quote George H.W. Bush to influence how people should view the Pope, then it would only be appropriate to listen to what said about Donald Trump as well.

  210. Tgca says:

    185 So Jadon thinks ABORTION should be legal only in the 1st semester? Is that that the fall semester or the spring semester? What does college have to do with ABORTION?

    How dare you guys have an ABORTION discussion without me! How rude! That’s just so wrong in so many ways.

  211. CG says:

    First Semester, lol. Good catch.

    What happens on Spring Break stays at Spring Break?

  212. Bitterlaw says:

    Sorry, Tg. People were so engrossed in debatin* my religion that I forgot to call a timeout when they switched to discussing ABORTION.

  213. jason says:

    Abortion is VERY important to Corey.

    That is why he wanted Hillary to win the election because he knows she would never appoint judges that were pro-abortion, or pro partial birth abortion.

    Now he wants a socialist to win in 2020, because again, this person will certainly protect as Corey calls them “innocent babies”.

  214. CG says:

    It’s important to me which is why I opposed someone as immoral and corrupt as Trump.

    Good for him on the judicial picks thus far. I give the credit to others.

    If I wanted to vote for Hillary I would have. Clearly, I did not.

    The person I will want to win in 2020 will not be a socialist. Trump can declare himself a socialist and the usual suspects here will defend him saying it.

  215. jason says:

    See, Trump allegedly had a one night stand 10 years before he was President.

    What are a few million innocent babies compared to that right?

  216. CG says:

    And do I really have the power to determine who becomes President via “wishes?” I wish I did.

    When it comes to the Court and judicial politics, it really is about abortion primarily. jason doesn’t seem to grasp that. He thinks Trump should pick a pro-choice judge next, just like RBG.

  217. jason says:

    If I wanted to vote for Hillary I would have”

    You were clear you wanted her to win.

    And you knew she would pick pro-abortions judges.

    But you didn’t care right?

    Your fake concern for “innocent babies” is in fact complete and utter BS and empty rhetoric right?

    You are in fact a complete fraud.

  218. CG says:

    Trump has paid for his share of abortions as well.

    Why not have a President who doesn’t cheat on their spouse though or who doesn’t brag about sexually assaulting women or purposely walking on undressed underage girls just to get his kicks.

  219. jason says:

    I think Trump should pick someone like the other 2 SCOTUS picks, nobody like RBG.

  220. CG says:

    I wanted Trump to lose. You said Trump was a “fascist bigot” so you apparently understood where I was coming from.

    I knew I would not like her judicial picks. I do think there other issues. You are the one who is railing about RBG, but really agree with RBG’s perceived position on the issue and you said when Kennedy announced his retirement that Trump should nominate someone who would pledge to keep Roe v. Wade.

  221. jason says:

    Why not have a President who doesn’t cheat on their spouse though or who doesn’t brag about sexually assaulting women or purposely walking on undressed underage girls just to get his kicks.”

    That’s all you got, isn’t it?

    Pathetic.

    You really are a sick dude.

  222. CG says:

    The sickness resides in you for having to defend Trump on this. You probably hear it from the family too I assume.

  223. lisab says:

    Besides, the Pope is Pro-Life and has appointed many conservative Pro-Life Cardinals. That is ALL that should matter.

    Good for him on the judicial picks thus far
    —————————–

    you said that is ALL that should matter.

  224. jason says:

    I wanted Trump to lose”

    So you wanted her to win.

    So you really don’t give a flying f-uck about any innocent babies right?

    I mean, if abortion is so important, why would you want Hillary picking SCOTUS judges. Why are you anxious for a socialist to beat Trump so they will pick SCOTUS judges?

    The truth always prevails sooner or later.

  225. lisab says:

    Besides, the Pope is Pro-Life and has appointed many conservative Pro-Life Cardinals. That is ALL that should matter.

    I knew I would not like her judicial picks. I do think there other issues.
    —————————–

    you said that is ALL that should matter.

  226. CG says:

    lisab, I was clearly parroting their rationale.

    I thought you were smart enough to know that.

  227. NYCmike says:

    “CG”,

    Are you ok? How is the future looking?

  228. Bitterlaw says:

    Trump paid for abortions? Well, he as a big donor to Planned Parenthood.

    If Corey is saying he paid for abortions of women he impregnated, Corey needs more than his own speculation.

  229. CG says:

    Because clearly, when it comes to Trump, as I have said from Day 1, there are other matters. I won’t sacrifice all my values just to get a “deal” on one matter.

    But it’s political/civic, not related to how someone practices their religion, which jason is big on for others.

  230. jason says:

    but really agree with RBG’s perceived position on the issue”

    I certainly don’t.

    I bet you RBG is for abortion on demand and would never rule the VA proposed infanticide law unconstitutional.

  231. lisab says:

    lisab, I was clearly parroting their rationale.
    —————————–

    so pro-life doesn’t matter?

  232. CG says:

    NYC, I have a will to live until Trump is out of office.

  233. NYCmike says:

    “CG” has spoken very highly of Romney.

    What was Romney’s position on abortion?

    Has it always been the same?

    How about Trump’s position on abortion?

  234. jason says:

    I bet Corey heard Trump paid for abortions from the same person who told him he had Alzheimers.

  235. CG says:

    My own speculation plus the fact that when he was directly asked the question, he hemmed, hawed, and then refused to answer. He just said it was a “good question.” We all speculate.

    Michael Cohen has said he has arranged payment for 8 Trump abortions in recent years. Cohen has credibility problems for many to be sure.

  236. NYCmike says:

    “NYC, I have a will to live until Trump is out of office.”

    -And then what?

    If a socialist/Democrat is elected, you will not have a will to live to try and protect all of the unborn children?

    They could use all of the support they can get.

  237. lisab says:

    In a debate during his 1994 race against Democratic Sen. Edward Kennedy, Romney said, “I believe that abortion should be safe and legal in this country.” Referring to the 1973 Supreme Court decision that made abortion legal in every state, Romney added, “I believe that since Roe v. Wade has been the law for 20 years, it should be sustained and supported. And I sustain and support that law and support the right of a woman to make that choice.”

  238. CG says:

    Romney changed his position on abortion as many have, such as Reagan, Bush 41, Bush 43, and others. I am glad he did.

    I have a hard time taking Trump at his word that he genuinely changed on the matter, because of his track record of dishonesty. I hope he uses the Presidency, for whatever time he has it to defend Life.

    That doesn’t change the other factors and flaws he has.

  239. jason says:

    NYC, I have a will to live until Trump is out of office”

    I am glad Corey will live until 2024.

    With my cholesterol level I probably won’t.

  240. NYCmike says:

    I am looking forward to when the Republican Speaker of the House of Delegates takes over as Governor.

    Do the Republicans then lose their majority in that chamber? What is their cushion?

  241. CG says:

    If a socialist/Democrat is elected, I hope others will continue to fight for the things I believe in.

    None of us are going to live forever of course.

  242. NYCmike says:

    “I have a hard time taking Trump at his word that he genuinely changed on the matter, because of his track record of dishonesty. ”

    -You don’t need to take him at his word.

    Look at his policies and his judges.

    Actions speak louder than words.

  243. CG says:

    I also want to see the Bears win a Super Bowl.

  244. CG says:

    I will look at the policies and judges and as I have, credit those responsible, but still not be able to get past the fact that the man is a race-baiting conman and scumbag, and very possibly disloyal to the country itself.

    Go figure.

  245. Bitterlaw says:

    In 2016, Corey wanted Trump to lose to Hillary. Jason was willing to accept Trump losing to Hillary rather than vote for him. Not a huge difference.

  246. jason says:

    Michael Cohen has said he has arranged payment for 8 Trump abortions in recent years”

    Recent years?

    Dang, Trump is over 70 so it must mean he had at least 8 innocent babies in his late 60’s.

    It probably means he had to have at least 16 in his 50’s and 32 in his 40’s.

    And if you figure only a small percentage of the affairs resulted in pregnancy, well, you do the math.

    I have to admit it’s impressive.

  247. CG says:

    I would really like someone to make the case for me that Trump may lose Illinois by 1 vote and that Illinois will be needed to get him 270 EV.

    Unless anyone can actually say that is a realistic situation, nothing else matters.

    And if it was, I would have to vote for the lesser of two evils, which will not be Trump anyway.

  248. Bitterlaw says:

    248 Walt will live forever. Possibly Keith Richards, too.

  249. CG says:

    They may not all have been Donald Sr’s abortions of course.

    According to Cohen, his money though.

  250. jason says:

    Jason was willing to accept Trump losing to Hillary rather than vote for him. Not a huge difference.”

    Sure there is.

    In the first place, I never claimed Hillary was better than Trump, quite to the contrary.

    Second, I never said Hillary was a non-ideological compromising moderate.

    Third, I have admitted being wrong about Trump as to why I didn’t vote for him. I clearly stated at the time it was not issue related, it was my belief he was not fit for office.

    I think he is plenty fit for office, so if he is the nominee I will vote for him.

  251. lisab says:

    Unless anyone can actually say that is a realistic situation, nothing else matters.
    ——————————————–

    so you don’t matter?

  252. CG says:

    The Pope is apparently fit for office.

    Cardinals from all over the entire world voted for him.

  253. jason says:

    They may not all have been Donald Sr’s abortions of course”

    Some of the bimbos were two-timing poor ole Donald?

    You just can’t trust anyone these days….

  254. CG says:

    My one vote for President will certainly not matter.

    I will go on a ledge and say that throughout the entire history of the United States henceforth, not one single statewide general election will *ever* be decided by a single vote.

  255. jason says:

    Now Corey is claiming I said the Pope was not fit for office…

    LOL

    0- 108….

  256. lisab says:

    The Pope is apparently fit for office.

    Cardinals from all over the entire world voted for him.
    ——————————————–

    voters from all over the country voted for trump

  257. Tina says:

    The blog troll is monopolizing.

  258. CG says:

    In 2016, I posted that if I had a gun put to my head and I was told that I and I alone was responsible for picking the next President for the whole country between the two major party nominees, and that with a gun to my head I *must* pick…

    I would have chosen Hillary. Then, I would ask them to pull the trigger.

  259. Tgca says:

    CG

    You must live a sheltered life or grew up in farm country or something. I grew up in the cities. Guys routinely talked about what they wanted to do or did to do to women in explicit terms back in the day. I remember hearing this in college, work, in bars, and general gatherings. It was all bragging and male banter among guys. You will capture this culture in older movies. Also, specific cultural groups were more apt to discuss this as well as part of culture. Look at how rap artists referred to women in videos in the 90s. They were treated as ho’s and b*tches for their pleasure.

    Even in the gay culture, to this day, it is not unusual for men to make comments about other men that would otherwise get you fired at work. That’s why I think it’s hypocritical of gay men to criticize Trump or any straight guy in this matter since a huge part of the gay culture is about treating other men as nothing more than meat or sexual toys to this very day. Any gay man will tell you this and it’s also portrayed quite often in gay cinema because it’s a truism that cant be realistically denied.

  260. jason says:

    My one vote for President will certainly not matter.”

    Poor bastard’s conscience is already bothering him….. the innocent babies.

    Down 3 or 4 martinis every night, it will make you forget.

  261. CG says:

    No, I am saying the Pope is fit for office. It’s not an office that remotely matters to me though.

    There are reasons to oppose someone in an election beyond if they are “fit” or not.

    For the record though, I don’t think Trump is fit to be Mosquito Abatement Commissioner.

  262. CG says:

    263. True, but I don’t believe more people voted against Francis than for him.

  263. jason says:

    I would have chosen Hillary”

    Yeah, the hell with the innocent babies.

  264. Tgca says:

    265

    If you chose Hillary, clearly you deserved to be shot…and cut up, boiled in urine, and buried in chit.

    In case it is not evident to you, I was not a Hillary supporter.

  265. CG says:

    People talk about what they want to do consensualy with others.

    Anybody who would talk about wanting to assault someone or accost them by surprise is a horrible person.

    Yes, I am judging.

    The threads from October 6 and October 7 2016 shows that every male believed the same thing, at least at the time. The only one who tried to defend Trump was janz. jason was relentless in attacking her and calling her names for it.

  266. lisab says:

    I remember hearing this in college, work, in bars, and general gatherings. It was all bragging and male banter among guys.
    ———————–

    guys lie?/

  267. CG says:

    Trump’s done a lot of unecessary damage already to post-born innocent babies at the border and elsewhere.

    There hasn’t been an abortion vote on the Court. If Hillary had won, she would have replaced Scalia and Kennedy would likely still be there. Status quo. Republicans would also be in much better position to win in 2020 than they are now.

  268. Tgca says:

    CG has never hung with AA, Latinos, gays and most democrats who work doing manual labor.

    You know how many times I’ve heard guys say in graphic terms what they would like to do to a woman and how the women would end up loving it. Ask those woman how they would feel if guys said that to their face.

  269. CG says:

    It literally makes zero sense that he would on the fly invent these stories to tell Billy Bush when he had no idea that a microphone was running.

    Someone who would make up a story about doing that is as sick as anyone who actually would.

  270. CG says:

    I would have zero respect for any man who would claim they want to force a woman into anything.

  271. Tgca says:

    Trump has done unnecessary damage to post-born innocent babies at the border?

    This should be good.

    Please splain Ricky!

  272. CG says:

    He was accused by many woman of assaulting them. He claimed he would sue them after the election. He did not do so. Their lawsuits are still pending. Most likely he will try to settle financially with them. It’s what he does. I hope they get to go to court.

    Goodnight for real.

  273. Tgca says:

    277

    Then you should have zero respect for most guys at some point in their life..

  274. CG says:

    No decent human wants to have sexual relations of any sort with an unwilling partner.

    That is not about sex. It is about violence. End of story.

  275. Tgca says:

    279

    It’s what he does? Says who?

    You then must agree that multiple accusations mean:

    Clinton is a rapist
    The Kennedy men are rapists.
    GH Bush is a pervert.
    The list goes on and on

  276. CG says:

    I have tons of problems with Clinton and the Kennedys. Character has always mattered to me above all else. It is not even beyond debate that Ted Kennedy committed sexual assault in the 1980s to a waitress at a DC restaurant.

    I do not believe for a second that George H.W. Bush sexually assaulted anyone.

  277. Tgca says:

    281

    Then again…you are indicting most males at some point in their life.

    Your definition is so lose like all these organizations that claim 50+ % of women have been sexually assaulted. I guess only 1% of men are sexually assaulting all those women if you believe those alternative facts.

  278. Tgca says:

    I thought you were off to bed or to choke the chicken or something,

  279. lisab says:

    Former US President George H.W. Bush has apologized to the American actress Heather Lind after she accused him of sexual assault in a now deleted Instagram post.

    Lind, who starred in the AMC series “Turn: Washington’s Spies,” wrote that the former US president “touched me from behind” repeatedly at a press event in March 2014.

    She did not offer any more details but said that, in her view, Bush had “sexually assaulted” her, taking advantage of the power of his former office to do so.

  280. Trump says:

    I am a deplorable ass.

  281. Trump says:

    I smell like dead cockroaches.

  282. Wes says:

    I don’t know if Trump ever did sexually assault anyone, but bragging about doing it because he’s rich and can do anything was certainly creepy.

    That said, it mattered less to enough voters than Hillary’s violations of national security for Trump to win. I see no reason to continue debating it.

  283. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    265. “In 2016, I posted that if I had a gun put to my head and I was told that I and I alone was responsible for picking the next President for the whole country between the two major party nominees, and that with a gun to my head I *must* pick… I would have chosen Hillary. Then, I would ask them to pull the trigger.”

    Good grief. Such a pretentious drama queen. Your making Tgca jealous.

  284. Bitterlaw says:

    Corey is willing to let America become California just to stop Trump. He should just own it.

  285. jason says:

    Corey is willing to let America become California just to stop Trump. He should just own it.”

    Yep.

    Whatever it takes.

    He should really stop pretending.

  286. Tgca says:

    Trump 2020!

    MAGA!

    Make
    America
    Gay
    Again

  287. jason says:

    Corey is also lying about my comments about Trumps alleged sexual assaults in 2016.

    I thought the Hollywood access tape was going to be very damaging to his campaign, I never said I actually thought he assaulted anyone.

    In fact I am sure I wrote a post somewhere durig that time ridiculing the “assault” stories one by one, if Corey was honest he could find it.

    I remember there was one woman who alleged he “invited her to ride on his plane, but she didn’t go” …zzzzzz

    Another said he tried to kiss her in an elevator, but not to any extent that she felt uncomfortable…zzzzz

    There was more but I forget. None of it was credible. And none of it was corroborated.

    If you want sexual harassment and sexual assault, you will have to look to Bill Clinton and his chief enabler, Hillary.

  288. jason says:

    PRAVDA in action..

    MSM Headline

    “WHY NANCY PELOSI’S SOTU BODY LANGUAGE WAS ACTUALLY GENIUS, ACCORDING TO AN EXPERT”

  289. jason says:

    NOW throws Fairfax under the bus.

    The National Organization for Women (NOW) called on Virginia lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax to resign Wednesday in response to the sexual assault allegation leveled against him earlier this week.”

  290. Wes says:

    Bobby Scott was aware of the allegations but stayed silent:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/rickklein/status/1093327533041483776

  291. Cash Cow TM says:

    I think some of the Walt Disney, etc. cartoons back in the 1950s were racists.

    Especially Heckle and Jeckle.
    ####################################

    Wondering if when Black people dressed up for costume parties if they ever dressed in white face…

  292. Chicon says:

    300 posts seemed like a lot of catching up. But skipping every post by CG allowed me to catch up in no time. And without throwing up breakfast.

  293. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Both Rasmussen(less) and The Economist/ YouGov daily tracking polls show good, positive movement toward The Donald in the last two days. Obviously, the SOTU Address by the President was well received, but post-SOTU approval bumps are almost always ephemeral.

    Today, Ras has Trump’s approval/ disapproval at 49/50,respectively.

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/current_events/politics/prez_track_feb06

  294. jason says:

    But skipping every post by CG allowed me to catch up in no time. And without throwing up breakfast.”

    Here is what you missed.

    Trump is bad, socialism is better.

  295. jason says:

    I guess the “women have to be believed” meme had a short shelf life with the moonbats.

  296. Wobbles says:

    Hello from Bogo Pogo.

    I am waiting for another indictment from Mueller so I can come back in the style I am accustomed to.

    And of course I have to let this VA distraction die down too so we can get back to something profound Michael Avenatti will surely say.

    Until then, ta ta!

    Socialist 2020!

  297. Tom says:

    302. Not at all. The woman must be believed when accusing a conservative.

  298. Tina says:

    What is the you gov poll, sheeple?

    Any link?

    Thanks.

  299. NYCmike says:

    Roy Cooper – Duke – 1979 – pictures…..stay tuned.

  300. Cash Cow TM says:

    “Roy Cooper – Duke – 1979 – pictures…..stay tuned.”

    NYC,

    Walt CATEGORICALLY denies ever meeting Roy Cooper.

  301. Messy says:

    This is the Front page of the New York Times’ Website:

    The acting attorney general, Matthew G. Whitaker, told lawmakers on Thursday that he would not testify before the House Judiciary Committee as scheduled on Friday without a written assurance that they would not issue a subpoena for his testimony during the hearing.

    This is hilarious.

  302. jason says:

    I wonder if Messy even knows what a subpoena is…

  303. NYCmike says:

    https://www.foxnews.com/food-drink/gordon-ramsay-under-fire-for-plans-to-open-authentic-asian-restaurant

    -This is great! If you open up a restaurant, and cook a certain type of food, you need to have the correct type of heritage!! What a ridiculous notion!

  304. Phil says:

    Doesn’t have a clue.

  305. Tina says:

    Burr admits that after 2 years and 200 interviews, no trump collusion.

    Jebots crushed.

  306. lisab says:

    This morning, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez released an overview of the Democrat “Green New Deal” which threatens “a massive transformation of our society.”

    Below are the details of the proposal.

    Rebuild every single building in the U.S.

    “Upgrade or replace every building in US for state-of-the-art energy efficiency.”

    Will end all traditional forms of energy in the next ten years.

    The Green New Deal is “a 10-year plan to mobilize every aspect of American society at a scale not seen since World War 2 to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.”

    Plans to ban nuclear energy within 10 years if possible.

    “It’s unclear if we will be able to decommission every nuclear plant within 10 years, but the plan is to transition off of nuclear and all fossil fuels as soon as possible.”

    Build trains across oceans and end all air travel!

    “Build out highspeed rail at a scale where air travel stops becoming necessary”.

    Don’t invest in new technology of Carbon Capture and Storage, just plant trees instead!

    “We believe the right way to capture carbon is to plant trees and restore our natural ecosystems. CCUS technology to date has not proven effective.”

    Mandates all new jobs be unionized.

    “Ensure that all GND jobs are union jobs that pay prevailing wages and hire local.”

    May include a carbon tax.

    “We’re not ruling a carbon tax out, but a carbon tax would be a tiny part of a Green New Deal.”

    May include cap and trade.

    “…Cap and trade may be a tiny part of the larger Green New Deal plan.”

  307. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    In a sign of the coming unity among Democrats in their opposition to Trump, Ocasio-Cortez followers are doing the following:

    “The Green New Deal was put into the media spotlight by a youth coalition called the Sunrise Movement and Ocasio-Cortez, 29, the youngest woman to serve in Congress.
    Members of the group have already put pressure on Democratic presidential hopefuls over the last few weeks.
    Sunrise activists showed up at California Senator Kamala Harris’ presidential campaign launch last month and dropped a banner urging her to back the Green New Deal. Sunrise activists also showed up with signs and banners at a recent event in New York for former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke.
    Harris and other Democratic presidential hopefuls – Senators Corey Booker, Bernie Sanders, Jeff Merkley, Elizabeth Warren and Kirsten Gillibrand – as well as Julian Castro and independent Michael Bloomberg, have endorsed the Green New Deal concept, without outlining specific policies.
    Sunrise activists will turn their attention to members of Congress next week and urge them to support the resolution. If they fail to support the resolution by Feb. 26, the group said its members plan to storm their offices, hold rallies and make “it clear that young people are ready to hold our politicians’ feet to the fire.””

    Am looking forward to the Democrats all singing kumbaya together in 2020.

  308. Tgca says:

    NOBEL REGRETS GIVING OBAMA PEACE PRIZE, ADMITS IT WAS A MISTAKE

    Ah! I love it. Nobel secretary admits in his memoir it was a mistake awarding Nobel Peace Prize to Obama. He was nominated only after being in office a few weeks. It appears they awarded him the prize on his popularity and not his actions and they had hoped by awarding it to him it would strengthen him. They acknowledged that the award was not keeping with the criteria for previous awards and their stunt failed. Now they regret it because he expanded war and became the POTUS with the longest at war conflicts. They removed him from the website page reserved for notable winners.

    Messy in tears. Little by little, Obama’s legacy is dismantled. Having the Nobel leadership admit it was a mistake is ridiculing for Obama and greatly undercuts his ability to ever mention it again. He’s lucky they don’t take back these awards like some organizations do.

    The damage is done.

    https://thepoliticalinsider.com/nobel-secretary-obama-peace-prize-mistake/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=mixi&utm_campaign=thepoliticalinsider

  309. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    In past years, Trump’s popularity fluctuated based on the crazy things he would do. This year Trump’s popularity will fluctuate based on the crazy things the Democrats do.

  310. Tgca says:

    As previously stated, I believe Trump had something up his sleeve. It now appears he may have suckered Pelosi in the shut down. He took the bad press up front and forced her to react by canceling SOTU which received enormous attention and a UUUUGE audience to tune in to possibly see fireworks and instead Trump received extremely high ratings from GOP and Indy’s as being presidential and reasonable, as validated by numerous polls including CNN and CBS whoflund 76% approval. He scored high on immigration and made it look he was reasonable all along. The Dens response is now all about moving the US to socialism.

    The Dems CANT win without Indy’s because their base is not large enough and if Indys are coming back around to Trump as they watch how Dems govern, that is a UUUUUGE problem for the Dems.

    Again, I think Trump outsmarts these folks every time because they can’t help but take the bait for immediate satisfaction to only later realize they’ve been had. Trump just wants to win so if it means taking a hit early on to sweep up later, he’ll do it.

    Does anyone even really remember how the shut down impacted them? But I bet they will remember the new ridiculous Green plan the Dems are advocating because it will cost trillions.

  311. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    316. I believe Obama’s presidency will be viewed the same as the Jimmy Carter presidency. Obama was an ineffective president, who presided over a weak and flawed foreign policy, which damaged the U.S. position around in the world. He entered into several treaties, such as the Iran Treaty and Paris Accords, which detrimental to the U.S., and benefited other nations at our expense. He was a weak, pacifist who had no business being Commander in Chief.

    His economic policies heavily favored the very rich, and hurt the middle class. He left the nation deeply divided socially. In short, one of the worst U.S. presidents in history.

    The reason the Nobel Committee is having regrets, is they were expecting him to be even worse, and are disappointed.

  312. Skippy says:

    So AOC is a Russian Plot to re-elect Trump in 2024.

    I didn’t believe it at first….but it’s the only way this makes any sense.

  313. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    A potential Adam Schiff(D-CA) scandal from the best investigative reporter of the times,John Solomon:

    https://thehill.com/hilltv/rising/429041-adam-schiff-glenn-simpson-and-their-forrest-gump-like-encounter-in-aspen

    Collusion with Fusion GPS?!

  314. dblaikie says:

    There were some who believed that Trump was really a Clinton mole to wreak the GOP in 2016. I thought that was pretty funny as well as loony. However now I really wonder if OAC is really a secret Trump operative. This green plan is ludicrous!! But because of Ocasia’s twitter army the dems are forced to give her credibility. She has become Trump’s secret weapon.

  315. Tina says:

    I heart the Green Plan.

    -Jebot

  316. lisab says:

    Build trains across oceans and end all air travel!
    ————————————————

    will someone explain how they will build trains across oceans?

  317. lisab says:

    The New York Times
    ?
    Is the rapper 21 Savage American? By any measurement other than citizenship, yes, @joncaramanica writes.
    —————————–

    well … except for not being a citizen …

  318. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    325. “Build trains across oceans and end all air travel! —— will someone explain how they will build trains across oceans?”

    Your forgetting that Obama said his presidency would be “the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal” Given Obama powers, would seem that the parting of the oceans for railroad track would be a no brainier.

  319. jason says:

    There were some who believed that Trump was really a Clinton mole to wreak the GOP in 2016.”

    Mole no. But I certainly thought there was a strong possibility he was STILL a liberal Democrat.

    I still think he is no conservative but I will take what I can get while he plays at being one.

  320. jason says:

    Didn’t he also promise Japan he would have the sun rise in the west and set in the east so Japan could be the land of the setting sun?

  321. Bitterlaw says:

    I thought the proposal was to have trains for travel on land and planes only for travel across oceans and other large bodies of water. Still stupid.

  322. Tina says:

    I guess I would be grounded, if plane travel was halted.

    Jebot

  323. Wes says:

    I just found out former Congressman John Dingell (D-MI)—the longest serving member of Congress in history—died yesterday. Dingell served over 59 years in Congress from 1955 to 2015.

    RIP.

  324. DW says:

    And people got tired of me posting my hyperbolic parodies of AOC. She has proven my old saying that with loons like this, today’s parody becomes tomorrow’s reality.

  325. Wes says:

    DW, thoughts on the latest salacious developments in VA?

  326. Messy says:

    316. Why would I be in tears? I don’t believe ANYONE on the near left thought he deserved the friggen’ Nobel Peace Prize. I believe one of the recipients won it because he came up with the idea of the prize. Jimmy Carter only won to give GW Bush “a kick in the leg.”

    BTW, I’m really looking forward to the Matt Whittikar hearings this morning…

  327. DW says:

    Wes, honestly, I have not been following it. I know that in the end, because the scandals involve Democrats they will be forgiven, because after all, they uphold greater virtues like wanting to leave newborn babies on a table until they die of exposure. With virtues like that, how the Northam be held in contempt for making fun of Michael Jackson 30 years ago?

  328. DW says:

    “Upgrade or replace every building in US for state-of-the-art energy efficiency”

    Why didn’t I think of that when doing AOC parody posts?

  329. DW says:

    “Build out highspeed rail at a scale where air travel stops becoming necessary”

    I think I did parody something close to this one. Is there any way the GOP can pass a law to force this loon to keep speaking?

  330. Bitterlaw says:

    Home repairs? People used to take pride in being bribed.

  331. Phil says:

    No need to pass a law, DW. She can’t help herself. Pass the popcorn.

  332. dblaikie says:

    DW nice to have you posting again!! Post all the OAC parides you want, because you never know she might just propose them. The dem brain trust is going to deeply regret that they gave this stooge such a forum and made her a media star! She is the dem who will do more for the GOP than any thought possible when she pulled off her upset last year.

  333. dblaikie says:

    of course I meant parody

  334. Bitterlaw says:

    Be careful what you wish for, DW. AOC is hot. People support crazy things when hot women speak. If Kate Upton proposed higher taxes and banning llamas I would give it serious consideration.

  335. dblaikie says:

    Kimberly Strassel at the WSJ nails it. Here is the first paragraph in her opinion piece: “The Republican Party has a secret weapon for 2020. It’s especially effective because it’s stealthy: The Democrats seem oblivious to its power. And the GOP needn’t lift a finger for it to work. All Republicans have to do is sit back and watch 29-year-old Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez . . . exist.”

    Here is the link to the rest of the article. I hope bitter reads it carefully: https://outline.com/ccBBmH

  336. dblaikie says:

    No bitter, OAC is bugeyed. But Kate Upton is hot!

  337. Paul says:

    From my perspective, the attacks on Ocasio-Cortez only make her more popular. Probably in part because the attacks have been pretty lame. She hasn’t proposed anything that’s not within the mainstream of American thinking. Even the 70% tax bracket isn’t that crazy since we had that or a higher tax bracket for almost half of the 20th century.

  338. Diamond Jim says:

    Yep.

  339. DW says:

    “It’s unclear if we will be able to decommission every nuclear plant within 10 years, but the plan is to transition off of nuclear and all fossil fuels as soon as possible.”

    Speaks for itself.

  340. Diamond Jim says:

    Yep to 347.

  341. dblaikie says:

    By all means, lets make OAC as popular as possible in the dem party. Paul, getting rid of fossil fuels in 10 years and upgrading every building in America is crazy, looney, stupid, fantasy, undoable, and just plain madness! Just the cost alone would bring about an inflation rate of about 50% a year or more. Mainstream? Her green plan would destroy this country!

    I don’t want that. What I want her to do is to cripple the Democratic Party and she is delivering greatly.

  342. Paul says:

    I like big eyes and I can not lie
    You other brothers can’t deny
    When Alexandria walks in, you stand in place
    As them eyelid rolls just hit you in the face
    You get sprung, with your flag up high
    ’cause those big brown eyes are mighty sly
    And when they look my way, I dance a jig
    ’cause baby, I like ’em round, and big

    Baby got eyes.

  343. Wes says:

    Paul, if a 70% top tax rate is acceptable why didn’t Obama propose it in 2009 and 2010?

    Furthermore, if Americans are clamoring to get such an exorbitant tax rate why did Obama back down when Boehner refused to give him a second tax increase in 2013?

  344. Wes says:

    Furthermore, if Americans are so eager to pay high taxes why are leftists howling over the diminution of the SALT deduction, which offset some of the effects of high local taxes?

    Paul, I rather doubt you’re going to jump at the chance to pay Uncle Sam 70% of your income, so spare me the high-tax virtue signaling.

  345. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Today, the President is above water in the daily Rasmussen(less) Tracking Poll at 50% approval & 49% disapproval. Wouldn’t you love to be a fly on the wall when Robbie and CG see this?!

    http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/trump_administration/prez_track_feb08

  346. Proud Obamacon says:

    Yeah Boy, Groper +1 in RASMUFFIN! Oh wait, weren’t RePUKEs +1 in RASMUFFIN right before the BLUE.WAVE? LOL

    RASMUFFIN!

    #RESIST

  347. Proud Obamacon says:

    Orange +1 in RASMUFFIN means he will probably top out at 220 Electoral Votes in 2020. Sheeple Jr approves! LOL some people are just born loooosahs

    #RESIST!

  348. Proud Obamacon says:

    ” I rather doubt you’re going to jump at the chance to pay Uncle Sam 70% of your income”

    Who’s paying 70% of their income? You do know this is for the portion of income above $10 Million bucks right? Another looosah. IQ on HHR today is low low low.

    #RESIST!

  349. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #358 & #359
    In my pst #357, I said: “Wouldn’t you love to be a fly on the wall when Robbie and CG see this?! PO has obliged us!

    I feel excellent about OWNING YOU today!!! Way to go with your TDS!

  350. Proud Obamacon says:

    And you keep worshipping RASMUFFIN! Carry on with your Orange sex fantasies, sport!

    #RESIST!!!

  351. Paul says:

    Wes,
    I would honestly have no problem with the 70% tax bracket. If ever I make 10,000,010 in a year, I’m fine with the government taking $7 of that last $10 that I made. Or I might donate those $10 to a charity of my choice to have it go to someplace more specific.

    The point is that it’s not some crazy idea. I’m not sure it will generate all that much money or have any affect one way or another, so might oppose it as a pointless thing. But since it was how the US worked for 50 years, it’s not all that crazy.

  352. Proud Obamacon says:

    Jeb 2016: Please clap
    Schultz 2019: Please clap

    Two loosahs on their way to 0% of the vote… LOL

    #RESIST!

  353. Wes says:

    Notice how Paul tap dances in 363, claiming to be willing to pay 70% of his income in taxes but leaving room for opposition to such a huge tax increase or donating his money to avoid his hopes-for high taxes.

    Typical liberal.

  354. dblaikie says:

    The 70% is not the issue. The issue is trillions it will cost for her loony plan!!

  355. Paul says:

    Wes, I said I would be fine with a 70% tax being imposed on me. Actually, I would be more than fine. I would be ecstatic because I would be rich beyond my wildest dreams.

    And I think the charitable deduction is a positive point of the tax. If it encourages someone who earns 11 million dollars in a year to give away almost a million that is good for society and the nation.

  356. Proud Obamacon says:

    ” willing to pay 70% of his income in taxes”

    Again, who has proposed anyone having to pay 70% of his income in taxes? Bueller?

    #RESIST!

  357. lisab says:

    Mole no. But I certainly thought there was a strong possibility he was STILL a liberal Democrat.

    I still think he is no conservative but I will take what I can get while he plays at being one.
    ————————–

    jason,

    have you considered he may be a jfk/rfk, i.e. early 1960’s democrat?

    he was brought up then and has that kind of attitude about things. socially liberal, fiscally more conservative, be strong militarily but stay home type of mentality.

    it would explain in part why he spends so much time on his children — by all acounts he is a good dad — but also has a womenizing reputation.

  358. lisab says:

    I thought the proposal was to have trains for travel on land and planes only for travel across oceans and other large bodies of water. Still stupid.
    —————————

    nope … even the hawaiian senator laughed about it

  359. lisab says:

    Jimmy Carter only won to give GW Bush “a kick in the leg.”
    ——————————

    he won for the egypt-israel talks

  360. lisab says:

    Paul, I rather doubt you’re going to jump at the chance to pay Uncle Sam 70% of your income, so spare me the high-tax virtue signaling.
    ———————–

    the tax is for others

  361. lisab says:

    CHICAGO (WLS) — Some Chicago families could start collecting a $1,000 check every month with no strings attached. That’s the new proposal from a task force created by Mayor Emanuel.

    The idea is to break the cycle of poverty. The pilot program would give 1,000 struggling Chicagoans $1,000 a month.

    Supporters say people could use the extra cash to cover unexpected emergencies, increase their savings and improve their health.

    The money would come from a mix of city funds and charity.

  362. DW says:

    “The idea is to break the cycle of poverty.”

    The idea will provide a bonanza for drug dealers and small firearms dealers so more people can get high and shoot other people.

    Some of these morons need to come down from the 70th floor of their high-rises and see the way these people live. More often than not they are in the cycle of poverty because of their own bad decisions. Throwing money at them will not make them suddenly have good behavior.

  363. Bitterlaw says:

    Uh oh. DW said “these people” instead of “some people.” Corey will have 150 posts about the obvious racism of Trump supporters in 3…2…1…

  364. Proud Obamacon says:

    DW dumped Rubio and is now sucking off Orange? Wow, he gets around.

    #RESIST!

  365. janz says:

    #356 Excellent point, Wes, comparing the SALT howls with any charitable acceptance of a 70% tax rate by the same “rich” crowd. In fact, moving to FL seems to be a popular antidote of the Uber wealthy to escape taxation, not embrace it.

  366. NYCmike says:

    https://twitchy.com/sarahd-313035/2019/02/08/what-the-hell-candace-owens-thinks-hitlers-big-problem-was-having-dreams-outside-of-germany-video/

    -Ok, this young lady must be jealous of AOC.

    She needs to speak less and study more before answering every question someone throws out there….hopefully her teacher can help explain the problems with what she just said.

  367. NYCmike says:

    https://pjmedia.com/trending/blazing-saddles-at-45-the-movie-that-couldnt-get-made-today/

    -My friends and I, when we get together, all we need is for one guy to repeat one line from this movie, and the rest of the night is a laughfest!

  368. NYCmike says:

    Has anyone seen Ca$h Cow?

    I hope AOC hasn’t gotten to her yet for that night she ate the 3 bean salad.

  369. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The latest polls:

    The Hill/Harris: 47% approval/53% disapproval
    Rasmussen: 50% approval/ 49% disapproval

    Believe Rasmussen may have had Trump at only 43% recently.

    If Trump does get re-elected, it will be in large part because of the Democratic clown show.

  370. NYCmike says:

    SDC,

    Personally, I wish this VA st*ff happened in August 2020. Too much time before the next elections unless some other balls drop.

  371. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Trump latest tweets now have a more serious and professional in tone. We may have underestimated his ability to adapt when faced with adversity.

  372. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    382. I don’t see the Virginia controversy as anything more than a sideshow. The major Democratic clown show the public is reacting against is the socialist left’s odd ball antics. They have dominated the news with the crazy proposals, and the Democratic leadership cannot reign them in. The national Democrats look like cuckoos.

  373. CashCow TM says:

    Cow is fine.

  374. CashCow TM says:

    VA stu.ff is a full blown minstral show…

  375. Tgca says:

    369. LisaB

    I get your point on Trump being fiscally conservative but socially liberal like JFK and to a lesser degree RFK. But to state Trump is a womanizer and lump that into the same discussion with the Kennedys is a bit of a stretch. I think the Kennedy clan would be horrified that you are suggesting JFK and RFK were womanizers. Next you will make such a wild assumption about Teddy too. Shameful!

  376. Tgca says:

    All these discussions about taxing the rich are absurd because it’s not about how much they are taxed but instead about how the tax revenues are spent. I guarantee even if the rich were taxed at 70% there would be those arguing for more taxes because the govt would still have wasteful spending. Remember the Pentagon $10K toilet seat covers on old cargo planes? There are numerous examples where the govt at every level wastes money and will never have enough of it if you leave it up to the bureaucrats.

  377. Wes says:

    While personally I enjoy seeing rich liberals squirming about having to pay higher taxes in the wake of the lowering of the SALT threshold I have to say actively targeting the rich for higher taxes is counterproductive because of various reasons, not the least being that tax increases or decreases never target only one class.

    A lot of Obama supporters learned this in 2013 when Obama raised taxes on the rich, the poor, and the middle class.

  378. Messy says:

    369. Both JFK and RFK were old enough to be Trump’s father. John Kennedy was first elected to Congress in 1946, and Bobby was employed by Joe McCarthy in 1953.

    JFK was a womanizer, Bobby was not (Teddy, was though), and the former was dead 12 years before his philandering was made public.

    Don’t blame the Kennedys for Trump.

  379. Wes says:

    Ah, yes. Bitterlaw’s second favorite Senator—Spartacus (D-NJ)—evokes Bitter’s favorite line of argument—Godwin’s Law—to support Ocasio-Cortez’s ridiculous proposals.

  380. lisab says:

    Both JFK and RFK were old enough to be Trump’s father. John Kennedy was first elected to Congress in 1946, and Bobby was employed by Joe McCarthy in 1953.
    —————————–

    that was my point … trump grew up in a day when the dems were not led by lunatics,

    and he seems to follow a set of rules for governing that jfk would have been relatively comfortable with …

  381. lisab says:

    JFK was a womanizer, Bobby was not (Teddy, was though), and the former was dead 12 years before his philandering was made public.
    ——————————-

    rfk was not a womanizer?!!!!!!!!!!!

    bwa ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha … good one

  382. NYCmike says:

    “We may have underestimated his ability to adapt when faced with adversity.”

    -Time will tell.

  383. NYCmike says:

    #392 – obviously, one does not need a certificate or a license to attempt humor.

  384. lisab says:

    obviously, one does not need a certificate or a license to attempt humor.
    ——————————–

    you cannot beat messy saying rfk was not a womanizer …

    next messy will say bill and hillary still sleep together lol

  385. Messy says:

    Who said that RFK was a womanizer? his brothers were….he had nine kids with his wife.

  386. Messy says:

    next messy will say bill and Hillary still sleep together lol

    how do you know that they aren’t?

  387. lisab says:

    oopsie … second woman has come forward about fairfax raping her … she has records …

  388. lisab says:

    Who said that RFK was a womanizer? … how do you know that they aren’t?
    —————————————–

    you need to go on the comedy club circuit!!!

  389. phoenixrisen says:

    #382 — I would definitely has VA as lean Trump for 2020. This has created a huge problem and substantial damage to the electoral map in 2020 for the Democrats. If they don’t have VA, their path to 270 gets much, much harder.

  390. lisab says:

    phoenix,

    check out the new VA bombshell …

    the VA dems are falling apart

  391. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #398- Messy the Moron
    How does having nine children prove one is monogomous? It shows that the male and female mates get high marks for fertility.

    Messy, there is this search instrument called Google which you should use before making a continued fool of yourself. Here is a small taste of pages of links about RFK’s lust for women.

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3635984/There-no-monogamy-Kennedy-clan-Ethel-Kennedy-knew-husband-Bobby-serial-cheater-counted-actresses-Kim-Novak-Lee-Remick-widow-Jackie-Kennedy-lovers.html

    I have to admit that he picked some fine women to induldge with.
    Did he ever make a move on you?

  392. janz says:

    What is the next VA bombshell? From what I’ve read the current governor is looking like he won’t be forced to resign.

  393. lisab says:

    Second woman accuses Virginia Lt. Governor Justin Fairfax of ‘premeditated and aggressive’ sexual assault

    In a statement Friday, Watson’s lawyer Nancy Erika Smith said the two were friends in college but didn’t date. Watson told her friends at the time that Fairfax raped her and has shared emails and Facebook messages detailing her account of the rape with her lawyer, Smith said.

    According to The New York Times, five people say Tyson, a professor at Scripps College in Claremont, California, told them about the assault over the past two years and that her account of the event has been consistent since going public.

    “We hit it off, she was very interested in me, and so eventually, at one point, we ended up going to my hotel room,” Fairfax recalled of the 2004 incident, according to the Times.

    Tyson said she decided to go public with her charges because of the prospects that Fairfax seemed likely to become the state’s chief executive.

    “I felt a jarring sense of both outrage and despair,” Tyson said in a statement Wednesday.

  394. lisab says:

    Lt. Gov. Fairfax “will not resign” following second sexual assault allegation

  395. phoenixrisen says:

    I’ve seen it Lisa. Also notice the frantic calls to resign from Gillibrand, Booker, etc. who are Democratic nominee candidates. They know how big this is.

  396. janz says:

    Thanks lisab. It seems nobody in VA wants to resign. However, if any one of these men had a R next to their name, the opposition party and MSM would hound them until they were forced to do so. What a difference a letter (either D or R) can do to one’s reputation and resilience!

  397. George says:

    John Solomon on Lou Dobbs tonight: Tipping point has arrived. Hearing a lot of things behind the scenes that accountability is about to happen. All the documents will be declassified….and I know Trump will.

  398. jason says:

    Proud ObamaCON is urging Maduro to RESIST!

  399. lisab says:

    Virginia delegate to introduce articles of impeachment against Lt. Gov. Fairfax

  400. NYCmike says:

    https://dailycaller.com/2019/02/08/lindsey-graham-green-new-deal-vote/

    -Lindsay “Granite” Graham making a lot of sense AGAIN!

    WTF is going on!?!?

  401. Paul says:

    Lisab,
    Yes, I would have no problem with a 70% tax on my income about $10 million. Why is that so hard to believe? And why do people keep acting like it would be a 70% tax on all of my income. I make $10,000,0010 in one year in salary. I pay $7 in additional taxes.

  402. Paul says:

    If I were to qualify for the 70% tax, I wouldn’t complain.

  403. Wes says:

    VA is about as Lean Trump as NV; that is, Trump won’t carry it. These scandals could have an effect if they happened in October 2020. The government workers in NoVA who loathe Trump won’t care in 21 months.

  404. Wes says:

    I’m willing to bet Paul wants to pay a 70% tax rate as much as he wants to be hit by a meteorite.

  405. lisab says:

    paul supports 70% taxes because he won’t pay it

  406. Bitterlaw says:

    My favorite Senators are people I did not vote for in a state I do not live? I guess Kay Hogan was Wes’ favorite Senator since he lived in her state.

    I wonder if the pregnant woman beaten because of Wes lost the baby. Wes never told us. I know Wes preys on emotionally damaged women but he should have stayed away from her.

  407. Bitterlaw says:

    Delicate Flower has not noticed that have avoided Nazi analogies for more than a year and probably longer.. I have not pointed out that plantations were death camps in awhile.

  408. Paul says:

    Lisab,
    70% tax isn’t that big a deal. Why do you act like it is some huge burden?

    And why do you keep pretending like it is a 70% tax of income. You know that your first $10 million would not be affected by the tax. It would only be the portion over the amount.

  409. Bitterlaw says:

    The last 2 Senate candidates I voted for in New Jersey were Pete Dawkins in 1988 and Christine Todd Whitman in 1990.

  410. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “paul supports 70% taxes because he won’t pay it”

    Imagine if Bill Gates had been subject to that type of tax. Gates and his wife have done amazing things using their money for charitable causes worldwide. So have a lot of other billionaires. The government would take the money and pour it down a s–hole of government boondoggles. It would be used to increase government dependency.

    This nation became a much more prosperous place, and the general population benefited, when income taxes were lowered. Paul needs to move to Venezuela and see how socialism really works. Give you a hint Paul, the socialist paradise of East Germany built a wall to keep its people in; Trump wants a wall because a massive amount of people want to come in and benefit from the U.S. capitalist system.

  411. lisab says:

    70% tax isn’t that big a deal.
    ————————–

    taxes are never a big deal when they are paid by someone else

  412. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Sen Mazie Hirono (D-HI) on Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal & trying to cut down on air air travel.
    “That would be pretty hard for Hawaii”

    Doesn’t Sen. Hirono realized Hawaii will soon be served by a train.

  413. lisab says:

    btw, honest lisa’s carbon credits are available for sale

    we’re not like those other guys,

    you can trust us

  414. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Sorry Lisa. But here is a site you can obtain free carbon offset credits. You an be just like Al Gore — fly on a private jet, use massive amounts of electricity for your homes, and limousines, …no problem, as you can set them all off with your free carbon credits.

    Just go on this site and get your free carbon credit. You can even download a certificate, to show your granola salesperson and local bicycle advocate.

    http://freecarbonoffsets.com/home.do;jsessionid=DED148DFC93A7D9150047D71DF48D359

  415. Wes says:

    Reading the inane tripe Messy the Moron posts is pure comedy gold. New York City must have something in the water to provide HHR with not one but two blithering idiots to frequently regale is with their utter stupidity.

  416. lisab says:

    yes, but my carbon credits are both women and minority owned … me being cherokee and all

  417. lisab says:

    obviously i meant nauset tribe, not cherokee …

    damn spell checker

  418. lisab says:

    the thing is … i am pretty sure this is just the beginning of dem meltdown

    green dream,

    va blackface vs. impeaching the black lt. governor so the blackface guy can take over,

    70% tax

    is just the beginning

  419. sandiegocitizen says:

    415. “If I were to qualify for the 70% tax, I wouldn’t complain”

    Yes you would. But the fact you think you would not explains why you will never face that situation.

  420. jason says:

    If I were to qualify for the 70% tax, I wouldn’t complain”

    Yes, you would.

    You would wonder why you were basically working for the government for free.

  421. jason says:

    And why do you keep pretending like it is a 70% tax of income. You know that your first $10 million would not be affected by the tax. It would only be the portion over the amount.”

    LOL

    So the portion over $10 million is not income?

  422. Wes says:

    Paul either is incredibly stupid or thinks we are to post that kind of tripe about AOC’s insane tax proposal.

    He still hasn’t answered why Obama didn’t aim for 70% though if it’s such a great proposal. Even in the attempted second round of tax increases Obama tried to bully Boehner into in 2013, Obama didn’t propose 70%. He also quickly backed down once Boehner outsmarted him and never again proposed a tax increase.

  423. Cash Cow TM says:

    70% tax rate?

    Walt takes far more than 70% of my milk each day…

  424. Messy says:

    404. stupid sheeple jr: While I shouldn’t reply until you apologize for calling me a moron, I will let you know that I only met him once when I was seven. He was making a speech on a street corner.

  425. jason says:

    While I shouldn’t reply until you apologize for calling me a moron,”

    Why don’t you try to educate yourself a little bit, then maybe you won’t be called a moron. Or what you really are, a profoundly ignorant person who has no interest in changing.

    Just a suggestion.

  426. Messy says:

    I will never stop being a patriotic american.

  427. lisab says:

    Even the 70% tax bracket isn’t that crazy since we had that or a higher tax bracket for almost half of the 20th century.
    ————————

    jason, corey and paul walk into a bar … jason orders a johnny walker on the rocks (red label, $10 a shot) …

    corey has no money and orders a water …

    but then paul orders everyone in the bar, except jason, a shot of johnny walker (blue label, $50 a shot)

    jason fumes a bit as corey and paul finish a second, third and then fourth bottle of johnny walker blue between them and the other patrons.

    it comes time to settle up and jason asks for his bill, but the bartender says, “no worries, paul has already paid for everything!”

    surprised, jason pats his pocket … and finds his wallet missing

  428. lisab says:

    Elizabeth Warren backs AOC’s Green New Deal, calls for an ‘ultra millionaires tax’, brands Trump bigoted and says climate change threatens ‘our existence’ as she launches 2020 presidential run

  429. lisab says:

    The former law school professor began her speech with a lecture on the history of the rally’s location, Everett Mill, where the Industrial Workers of the World in 1912 organized a strike of female workers whose pay was cut corresponding to a new law shortening the work week of women.

    Warren praised the mostly immigrant women for winning a pay raise and inspiring new worker-protection legislation.

    ‘They stuck together and they won,’ Warren said. She said that the history lesson was a ‘story about our power when we fight together’ and vowed that the upcoming election would be ‘the fight of our lives.’

    She hopes her populist stance will distinguish her in the field and help her move past the controversy surrounding her past claims to Native American heritage, an embarrassment Warren did not mention in her speech.

    Warren concluded her speech to the walk-off song Respect, by Aretha Franklin.
    ————————————–

    it should be noted that the mills in lawrence massachusetts have long since closed

  430. Wes says:

    For some reason I can’t cut and paste the statement here, but some liberal on YouTube told me to admit I “hate sexual assault survivors” because I had the audacity to demand proof of her assertion that Kavanaugh is guilty of attacking Ford.

    I never even said Kavanaugh is innocent—though I believe wholeheartedly he is. I simply said Ford told an inconsistent story that lacked credibility; for that reason I don’t blindly believe what Ford said.

    The state of discourse by the Left now apparently is that demanding proof of a crime that, if a false accusation, can destroy the life and career of a person without justification is an indication of hating assault survivors.

    It’s simply astounding.

  431. lisab says:

    did you mention VA’s lt governor?

  432. Wes says:

    I didn’t mention Justin Fairfax, but I did mention known wife beaters Sherrod Brown and Tom Carper since both voted on Kavanaugh’s nomination. She seems to have stopped responding.

  433. Wes says:

    By the way, it looks as if Fairfax is on his way out. Dems are trying to get articles of impeachment against him. If I were the VAGOP I wouldn’t bail the Dems out by removing Fairfax but would just let the Dems twist in the wind with their gaggle of racists and possible rapists.

  434. Wes says:

    RRH has released preliminary Senate projections. They largely track with my own though I would say Tillis is Likely rather than Lean R at this point.

    Surprisingly the mods haven’t (yet) gone into GOP apocalypse mode on the Senate races though it’s still early.

  435. Wes says:

    I just watched this movie. I get it now. This is what will happen if Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gets her way:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2AUr3BtuRUI

  436. Tina says:

    Tweet of the day:

    Donald J. Trump
    @realDonaldTrump
    I think it is very important for the Democrats to press forward with their Green New Deal. It would be great for the so-called “Carbon Footprint” to permanently eliminate all Planes, Cars, Cows, Oil, Gas & the Military – even if no other country would do the same. Brilliant!

  437. Bitterlaw says:

    I lost a game by one point last night and 2 points today. My 7 th grade basketball player need to try a little harder and make me look like a good coach.

  438. sandiegocitizen says:

    451. A candidate for tweet of the month.

  439. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    AOC took down a document from her website:

    “By the afternoon of Feb. 7, Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., removed the document from her website without explanation but following backlash and even ridicule over the radical plans outlined within it, including a call to “eliminate emissions from cows or air travel” — which would functionally ban the latter — and to provide “economic security for all who are unable or unwilling to work.””

    Someone should investigate whether she has ever been on a Trump payroll. He should be paying her for this chaos.

  440. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer (N.Y.) and Sens. Debbie Stabenow (Mich.), Joe Manchin (W.Va.), Jon Tester (Mont.) and Sherrod Brown (Ohio) were among the lawmakers who stood with Republicans to applaud Trump when he pledged that the United States would never slide into socialism.

    But other Democrats weren’t so happy about Trump’s choice of words — which was clearly meant to put them on the spot.

    Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who labels himself as a democratic socialist, stayed rooted in his seat, as did Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.).

    Freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), another leading democratic socialist, smiled in response to Trump’s remark but stayed seated.

    She later argued that Trump’s attack is a sign her growing success.

    “I think it was great. I think he’s scared,” she told HuffPost. “He sees that everything is closing in on him. And he knows he’s losing the battle of public opinion when it comes to the actual substantive proposals that we’re advancing to the public.

    The different reactions reflect a battle within the Democratic Party that Trump and Republicans are eager to exploit.”

    I believe there is a possibility that the far left breaks off from the Democrats in the next year or two and forms a Social Democratic or Socialist Party. They are not going to sudden agree to be silent an accept a candidacy of a Democrat like Biden. There is not going to be a kumbaya moment.

  441. jason says:

    urprised, jason pats his pocket … and finds his wallet missing”

    I prefer happy endings.

  442. lisab says:

    I prefer happy endings.

    ———————-

    paul supports 70% taxes,

    but people need to understand the people who make that money are not benefitting from those taxes,

    AND

    the money is being wasted. during the depression or ww2 or even after ww2 you could argue the country needed those taxes to fight germany or rebuild europe …

    but now it is being spent on silly things that hurt the usa

  443. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Robbie, Corey and Messy will need oxygen once they click the below link to see the tribute some Italians made to Trump recently at a popular festival.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2019/02/amazing-italy-creates-giant-god-emperor-trump-for-carnival-parade-complete-with-giant-twitter-sword-video/