Biden Leads Dems in NH, Sanders in 2nd

Snow storm keeping me in, so how about a second post in a day. We have a new poll from the University of Massachusetts and YouGov for the state of New Hampshire that shows what just about every Democratic primary poll shows, Joe Biden in first and Bernie Sanders in second.

Joe Biden 28%
Bernie Sanders 20%
Kamala Harris 14%
Elizabeth Warren 9%
Beto O’Rourke 6%
Cory Booker 3%
Kirsten Gillibrand 3%
Amy Klobuchar 1%
Julian Castro 1%

This poll was done February 7-15 among 337 likely Democratic primary voters.

Posted by Dave at 2:41 pm
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159 Responses to “Biden Leads Dems in NH, Sanders in 2nd”

  1. Wes says:

    It’s early, but Biden looks like the Dem front runner. The moonbats May be vocal, but the Establishment has a tight rein on the nominating process and will nuke the extremists if necessary to put a stronger candidate in place.

    See 2004 when Howard Dean was the face of the Dems all the way up till they realized he was a political albatross and took him out in favor of John Kerry—who, despite an erratic campaign, came very close to winning.

  2. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Second, beat out tgca again!

  3. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1. You may be right. But for someone who served as President Obama’s VP three years ago to only poll 28% of the vote is a bit underwhelming.

  4. Wes says:

    Not really when two high-profile sitting Senators from neighboring states are in the race. Some of Warren’s support at least would go to Biden if she weren’t in the race.

    Biden also hasn’t campaigned for anything in nearly a decade while the others have been more prominent in the news. Given that, it’s not really surprising Biden is in the low 20s but still in the lead.

  5. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    5. If you check some of the other recent threads; they had Biden in the 20-30% range as well. Nationally Emerson had him at 27%, and Monmouth 29%.

  6. Wes says:

    I don’t know why you’re responding to yourself, SDC, but all right. I’m aware Biden is in that range. Again, that’s to be expected from a field featuring prominent Senators and other officeholders who’ve been in the news since Biden last ran for office. That Biden is still the front runner suggests Dems aren’t willing to throw this race away on dicey candidates who have lost competitive races or haven’t had their skills honed in races outside areas locked down for their party.

  7. Chicon says:

    From last thread…..

    Yeah, poor John. He made a boatload because he was a Senator. He sacrificed nothing being a Senator. He sacrificed a ton in the military.

    If McCain found out the FBI was going to go 25th Amendment on a President Johnny liked, he would have raised hell. But it was someone he hated, sooo…crickets. phony.

  8. Cash Cow TM says:

    “NYCmike says:
    February 20, 2019 at 2:30 pm
    Ca$h Cow,

    Didn’t they get a big raise just last year?”
    5% raise last year….

  9. NYCmike says:

    “Most people born in the United States are accorded so-called birthright citizenship but there are exceptions.

    Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, a person born in the U.S. to a foreign diplomatic officer is not subject to U.S. law and is not automatically considered a U.S. citizen at birth.”

    -I did not know this, although I should have, as it makes sense.

    That said, if your parents are here ILLEGALLY, and the child is born, they have citizenship.

    If the parents are here LEGALLY as diplomats, the child who is born here does not get citizenship.


    Am I wrong in what I am writing?

  10. lisab says:

    the problem for biden is that a full 50+ percent support what you call “moonbat” candidates

    those who support bernie are simply unlikely to go to biden if he drops out

    bernie is outraising everyone by a large margin

  11. lisab says:

    although biden has not tried to raise money yet

    i am sure he will have backing

    but warren, booker, eto et al. seem dead in the water

    i am only guessing, but i bet harris has backers to, i just have not seen anything

  12. lisab says:

    bernie just raised $6 million in one day

    i did not think he would keep a following

    he raised $200 million+ last time

  13. lisab says:

    mueller to release his report as early as next week

    it is going to be unprecedented in the amount of wrongdoing it reports

  14. lisab says:

    it is 2019

    and gays in this country still cannot get beat up and almost lynched at 2am in the morning in chicago unless they pay for it themselves

    where is the justice?

  15. lisab says:

    hoda mothana will NOT be allowed into the united states

    where is the justice?

  16. Cash Cow TM says:

    We got snow here.

    We got 6 inches, but other people are claiming we got half a foot.

    Looks more like 6 inches to me…

  17. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    17. That’s nothing; you want real snow come go to Southern California.

    Snow will impact the mountain communities this afternoon through Thursday night ?? / Snow levels will drop to 2000-2500 ft by Thursday evening
    /Accumulations will be highest above 6000 ft”

  18. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Lets throw another possible Democratic candidate in and muck things up:

    “Former first lady Michelle Obama tied with former Vice President Joe Biden as the top choice among Democratic voters when asked who should be the party’s nominee in 2020.
    A Hill-HarrisX poll released Tuesday found that 25 percent of Democrats said they would back Obama in the party primary over nine other declared or potential candidates, including Sens. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Kamala Harris (D-Calif.), Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas).”

  19. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    ARIZONA 2020 Presidential Election by Produced by OH Predictive:
    2020 GE:
    Trump 49% (+9)
    Harris 40%
    Trump 49% (+11)
    Warren 38%
    Trump 49% (+12)
    Sanders 37
    2020 GE:
    Biden 46%
    Trump 46%

    @OHPredictive 2/12-13

  20. Tgca says:

    Biente uno Bebe! Biente uno!

  21. Tgca says:

    Wow! Bernie’s one day cash raised is impressive. If he were able to raise $6M daily from now until Sep 30, 2020, a total of 588 days, he would have $3.528 billion to spend on his campaign. That does not sound like socialism to me.

  22. NYCmike says:

    Supposedly, according to Rush, that $6 million also includes about $600K that is scheduled to recur on a monthly basis……pretty awesome.

    Democrats will rue the day they allowed Hillary to be the nominee, as Bernie will be all-out, no-hold-barred this time around, against any candidate.


  23. Big Joe says:

    The Avuncular Joe Biden hangin’ tough!

    Big Joe

  24. Tgca says:


    The only caveat here is that the MSM will look to destroy Bernie. They will go totally PC and look for Kamala, Booker, Warren or some other PC check the diversity box Dem. Bernie is old news. Just like MSM loved Mac in 2000 but despised him in 2008, and loved HRC until BHO came along.

    Also, I think Bernie’s following will be strong but not as strong as 2016 as the charm wears off. He also caved to support and align with HRC even after it came out they were purposely rigging the primary against him. I think many youngin’s did not appreciate that, and hopefully a few are a bit more mature now.

    I won’t be surprised if more dirt surfaces on his wifey too.

  25. Tina says:

    Can the 9th circus court or the Hawaiian judge intervene in the ISIS bride matter?

  26. Tgca says:

    I see SanDiego seems to take great pleasure that I always come right up behind him in posting new threads. Hmmm. Isn’t that peculiar.

  27. Tgca says:


    Jussie charged with a felony for filing a false report. This is the 2nd time he’s been busted for lying to police. In a CA case a few years back, he got busted for false impersonization and driving without a license. He may get jail time being it’s the 2nd time he misled and lied to police.

  28. jason says:

    Biden has a lot of name recognition, that is why he is ahead right now.

    I have a feeling he would fade fast in a real campaign.

    I don’t see the Dems who decide primaries (i.e. moonbats) voting for him.

  29. jason says:

    wes, if you think Biden will win the nomination place a bet on Predictit, the odds are 5-1 against Biden. You could get $50 grand on a $10k bet.

    I think its more like 10-1. In fact I would take Biden at 8-1.

    Still, Biden is a strong third after Harris and Sanders in the market.

    Klobuchar is about 11-1, ahead of Warren and Booker and Brown.

  30. jason says:

    Ouch… I guess Kamala Harris’ father is not endorsing his daughter for President.

    “My dear departed grandmothers… as well as my deceased parents, must be turning in their grave right now to see their family’s name, reputation and proud Jamaican identity being connected, in any way, jokingly or not, with the fraudulent stereotype of a pot-smoking joy seeker and in the pursuit of identity politics.”

  31. NYCmike says:

    Posted that about Harris yesterday.

    I don’t think she is likable enough.

    Check out her appearance on, I think it was the Ellen Show, where she starts cackling…….YIKES, gives Hillary a run for her money!

  32. Tgca says:

    Hey Jadon

    How goes? When we gonna get together for a veggie burger?

    Anyways, I saw that on Kamala. It was very stereotypically racist suggesting that “my people are potheads” not something politicians or public speakers should go on about. I’m not sure if she was trying to be funny but saying because her heritage is from an island, that of course, pot smoking comes natural to them is a bit insulting. But at least she did not refer to it as a chithold place.

  33. Tgca says:

    NYC is not only a racist for not liking Kamala, clearly he is a chauvinist too. Women cackling? Really? Shame on you! You need to be re-educated.

  34. Cash Cow TM says:

    The dems are sending this out;;;

    “A brand new poll shows that Cory Gardner (R) is eight points behind a generic Democratic candidate in Colorado’s Senate race.
    ? Generic Democrat: 46%
    ? Cory Gardner (R): 38%”

  35. jason says:

    How goes? When we gonna get together for a veggie burger?”

    Poor bastard, still thinking of burgers but forcing himself to eat a fake burger instead of a real one.

    If you want to get together for a real burger, we will buy a couple pounds of sirloin, grind it ourselves and make some rare half pound burgers.

    Forget the disgusting fake burgers.

    Life is too short for that.

  36. jason says:

    I hope Barr tries to get to the bottom of this…

    The Hill:

    “And now we learn, from testimony that is still being kept secret from the public, that Ohr admitted to Congress last year that he also took Russia information that his wife, Nellie, assembled against Trump on a computer drive and delivered that to the FBI in 2016 — a revelation that has raised fresh concerns in Congress about a possible conflict of interest.

    Nellie Ohr worked for Fusion GPS and, for a time, worked on the same Clinton-financed Russian research project as Steele, according to the testimony.

    DOJ ethics rules forbid department officials from working in cases where a spouse has a financial interest, a prohibition that Bruce Ohr said he knew about when he forwarded his wife’s evidence to the FBI.”

  37. jason says:

    Messy to call Ohr a “patriot” in 3, 2, 1…

  38. Tgca says:

    Good morning y’all.


  39. Messy says:

    10. Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, a person born in the U.S. to a foreign diplomatic officer is not subject to U.S. law and is not automatically considered a U.S. citizen at birth.”

    If a foreign diplomatic officer shoots someone on the streets of Washington, the worst that could be done to him is expulsion because he is NOT subject to US law. If an illegal alien shoots someone on the streets of Washington, he goes to jail, because is is subject to US law.

    Get it?

    30. okay, ya got me. He most certainly IS. Do you like the Russian Mafia? I don’t.

  40. Bitterlaw says:

    If jason’s llamas look sad or nervous, do not eat the burgers.

  41. jason says:

    Messy is correct, even a blind squirrel gets an acorn on occasion.

    There is probably an international convention of sorts regarding children of diplomatic personnel. It should be noted that this rule only applies to personnel ASSIGNED to the Embassy or consulate and who are exempt from US jurisdiction.

    It makes sense to me that they wouldn’t be citizens.

  42. jason says:

    Thanks Bitter, for not mentioning any other reasons why they might be nervous.

  43. jason says:

    Messy, you expect any more rulings by Kasich today?

  44. jason says:

    39. jason says:
    February 20, 2019 at 11:09 pm

    Messy to call Ohr a “patriot” in 3, 2, 1…”

    30. okay, ya got me.”

    Looks like Messy has problems with numbers as well as words. I might have been optimistic that she completed 5th grade.

  45. Wes says:

    Messy the Moron, if Putin were such a problem in starting in 2016 why wasn’t he a problem in 2012 when Romney warned about him and Obama casually dismissed Romney’s warning?

  46. jason says:

    Yeah, didn’t Obama say:

    “The 1980s are now calling to ask for their foreign policy back because…the Cold War’s been over for 20 years.” .

  47. jason says:

    Who exactly is a Russian asset. Mitt Romney:

    “Without extracting meaningful concessions from Russia, (Obama) abandoned our missile defense sites in Poland. He granted Russia new limits on our nuclear arsenal. He capitulated to Russia’s demand that a United Nations resolution on the Iranian nuclear-weapons program exclude crippling sanctions,” Romney wrote. “Moscow has rewarded these gifts with nothing but obstructionism at the United Nations on a whole raft of issues. It has continued to arm the regime of Syria’s vicious dictator and blocked multilateral efforts to stop the ongoing carnage there. Across the board, it has been a thorn in our side on questions vital to America’s national security. For three years, the sum total of President Obama’s policy toward Russia has been: ‘We give, Russia gets.’”

  48. Chicon says:

    Yep, there’s a touch of hypocrisy on the left. They are amoral scumbags. Where have I seen that description before?

  49. jason says:

    What a surprise..

    “The FBI’s top lawyer in 2016 thought Hillary Clinton and her team should have immediately realized they were mishandling “highly classified” information based on the obviously sensitive nature of the emails’ contents sent through her private server. And he believed she should have been prosecuted until “pretty late” in the investigation, according to a transcript of his closed-door testimony before congressional committees last October.

    Former FBI general counsel James Baker said high-level officials at the bureau were “arguing about” whether to bring charges against Clinton, “I think, up until the end” — and he initially thought Clinton’s behavior was “alarming” and “appalling.”

    Pursuant to the “statutes that we were considering at the time,” Baker told lawmakers, it was “the nature and scope of the classified information that, to me, initially, when I looked at it, I thought these folks should know that this stuff is classified, that it was alarming what they were talking about, especially some of the most highly classified st-ff.”

  50. lisab says:

    snowplow operator splashes trump protestors …

    FALMOUTH — A snowplow driver who allegedly targeted a group of anti-Trump protesters, spraying them with slush and ice as they demonstrated on the Falmouth Village Green on Presidents Day, faces charges of disorderly conduct and assault.

    John C. Pimental, 31, of Mashpee, will be summonsed to Falmouth District Court to answer to the charges, according to Falmouth police Lt. Douglas DeCosta.

    Pimental is a contractor who plows for the town of Falmouth, assigned to the area of Woods Hole, DeCosta said. The village green where the incident occurred was not part of his plow route, DeCosta said.

    About 55 demonstrators were on the green shortly after noon Monday to protest President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to secure funding for a southern border wall.

    According to witnesses, Pimental approached the triangular green in his truck on the side near St. Barnabas Church, gathering speed as he progressed. He crossed the yellow line and dropped his plow blade, spraying snow, water and ice on the demonstrators. He then parked the truck nearby and, after about 10 minutes, came down the other side of the green, near the Bank of America, hugging the curb and throwing water and chunks of snow and ice with the plow blade, witnesses said.

    “I saw the truck accelerating toward us,” Syrel Dawson said. “I turned my back so I wouldn’t get it in the face. My entire back and legs were soaked.”

    Dawson said a police officer came by shortly after the incident. One officer went looking for the plow driver, while another stayed with the demonstrators. Dawson and several others have since filed witness statements with the police.

    “The actions of the plow driver were threatening and dangerous,” said Christine Uljua, who was on the green with her grandson.

    “This is our town green, and there is freedom of speech,” Uljua said. “To try to tamp down productive dialogue is just not OK.”

    Faiman-Silva said demonstrators are concerned that Pimental will become even angrier if he loses a source of income because of the incident.

    “I would like the individual to be brought to justice and be required to meet with those of us who stood out on Monday, so we can talk and learn from each other,” she wrote on Engage Falmouth’s Facebook page. “I also hope that the court will use restorative justice sentencing to impose community service that is relevant to the crime.

    “It is indeed a crime to infringe on others’ free speech and unlawfully drive recklessly,” Faiman-Silva went on. “He deserves to be held accountable and learn from his own conduct. We did not press charges; the police did.”

  51. lisab says:

    #54 it was an obvious hate crime

  52. DW says:

    Wow, Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim involved in a traffic accident late last night as a car had crashed in front of him was sitting in the middle of the road, but unknown to Boeheim, the passengers had gotten out and were standing along side the road, so as Boeheim swerved to miss the vehicle, he hit one of the passengers who was killed.

    The sports media hates Boeheim so they rushed right to the microphones and speculated wildly that he was drunk (Boeheim doesn’t drink and his test on the scene was 0.00) and that he fled the scene of the accident (also not true, he cooperated with officials on scene all through the tragedy).

  53. DW says:

    Furthermore, the analysts on the link at espn repeatedly kept saying, ‘there is a victim here, and it’s NOT Boeheim.’

    Sorry, but this was an ACCIDENT and the police have not filed any charges. Boeheim released a statement saying he is devastated. Anyone who climbs behind the wheel can find themselves in the unfortunate situation where they have killed someone in an accident where there is no fault. Sure, the man killed is a victim, but suggesting that Boeheim is to blame is simply nasty journalism. He will always have to carry with him the horror of what happened. He should be pitied, not piled on with outrageous accusations.

  54. Bitterlaw says:

    Walt will be sad to know we lost a Monkee.

  55. DW says:

    Has Walt been around ever since AOC introduced her plan to get rid of all cows because they flatulate excessively?

  56. jason says:

    Walt is not a cow. He has survived the Great Flood, the dinosaur killing asteroid, Krakatoa Eruption, the Inquisition, and the Holocaust, so he will survive AOC.

    But yeah, worried about Cash Cow.

  57. DW says:

    60 – right…that’s my point, Walt is missing here, because he has to take care of Cash Cow who is now in hiding.

  58. Tina says:

    So, cccp Sanders was singing with the Russians (soviets) and praising Fidel.

  59. Chicon says:

    Will the Socialist be sharing his political donations with the other Dem candidates?

  60. DW says:

    62 – probably helps him in the primaries, hurts him in the general election.

  61. jason says:

    How is this for MSM divorce from reality.

    It’s not Smollett’s “fault he lost the battle of public opinion”…


    ” having pursued the original hate-crime narrative on behalf of Smollett, CNN’s Don Lemon seems concerned about, er … the loss of the narrative. “Jussie has lost the battle in the court of public opinion,” Lemon declares, and then says it may be “not his fault. Maybe people were — I don’t know what they were saying to him, maybe because of his representatives — who knows?”

  62. NYCmike says:

    Amazing that Don Lemon has a job.

  63. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The New York Times is already doing damage control prior to the release of the Mueller report.

    “Of course, there is no open impeachment inquiry now. But that could quickly change if Mr. Mueller writes a report that is anything less than a full clearing of the president: Congress would be under a constitutional obligation to investigate the facts for itself. Congress cannot be satisfied that impeachable offenses were not committed when Mr. Mueller’s investigative mandate did not cover many impeachable offenses, and when his report does not provide detailed information and answers to the few offenses that are within his mandate. This is where Mr. Mueller’s “by the book” behavior may be initially unsatisfying to Mr. Trump’s critics but ultimately more threatening to the president in the long run.”

    Remember when the trolls were predicting the Mueller report would bring the Trump presidency down? Now the question is will Trump be re-elected.

  64. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Here is a prediction of doom for Las Vegas From 2018. In the few days snow has fallen in Las Vegas and they are building snowmen along the Vegas Strip:

    “The projections for the future of the Southwest is it’s gonna get hotter and it’s gonna get drier, and these two go hand-in-hand in the Southwest,” says Lachniet “So we might be looking at 10 to 30 more days of 90 degree-plus temperatures per year.”
    So far in 2018, Las Vegas has seen 150 days of 90 degrees-or-above, which is eight days short of the record, according to KSNV Meteorologist Kevin Janison.

    Oh, and for those who assume this is the first Las Vegas snow storm since 1937; it actually happens regularly. It appears normal weather is a telltale sign of global warning:

    “As @angelafritz pointed out, this is an incredibly poor article from AP.
    Las Vegas snow stats:
    – 34 occurrences of measurable snow since 1937
    – Last night was the first measurable snow since 2008
    – 2nd latest occurrence of ? 0.5″ of snow on record (latest: Feb 25, 1987).”

  65. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    *last few days.

  66. Waingro says:

    The Associated Press
    Verified account

    2m2 minutes ago
    BREAKING: North Carolina orders new election in undecided US House race after hearing evidence it was tainted by ballot fraud.

  67. Wes says:

    It’s been clear the SBOE would do that for awhile, Wain. That’s why the lame-duck General Assembly passed a law requiring primaries so as to ensure Harris and MacCready wouldn’t automatically be renominated. I hate to say it, but Harris is tainted and can’t win a second round. Republicans have a fairly deep bench though, so a strong candidate should emerge to serve as the standardbearer for the seat.

  68. Wes says:

    Larry Hogan seems likely to primary Trump next year. Why waste political capital on an unwinnable race?

  69. Wes says:

    By the way, Tink is unhappy to say the absolute least about having been subpoenaed in the Harris situation. She will definitely be sitting out the campaign if Harris is renominated and will probably vote against him if Republicans are foolish enough to renominate him.

  70. DW says:


    “We obviously need to get the human race moved to another planet given how badly Republicans have polluted earth and refuse to deal with global warming. Mars is the obvious best choice. The scenic pictures from Mars’ surface are breathtaking.

    I am preparing for a debate on the subject and discovered that one of the things naysayers always bring up is how due to the unpredictable atmosphere, landing on Mars is too tricky.

    I just thought of the solution–don’t know why anyone else hasn’t suggested it yet…we should build a LAND BRIDGE to Mars. It is the perfect idea to keep all socialist peasants world-wide busy with the building while we socialist elites consolidate our world-wide power and live like kings.”

  71. lisab says:

    smollett paid his attackers by check … not the brightest bulb

  72. Walt says:

    Appreciate everyone’s concern about Cash Cow.

    She has been laying low since AOC wanted to put corks in cows’ behinds.

    But Cash Cow is out in the yard, drinking cherry coke…and singing
    “plop, plop…fizz, fizz…
    oh what a relief it is.”

  73. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    74. With a last name like Cortez, can she why OAC is interested in exploration. The problem is the past astronauts were almost all males exercising their white privilege. Its time for a space explorer who represents diversity — its time for OAC to go to Mars. Since she fears global warming so much, she will appreciate it is a cold planet.

  74. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    76. Cash Cow is an environmental hero. And in the future cow will provide another benefit as well:

    “And that manure can be turned into biogas and used as fuel. The cows are heroines. God bless the cows. We have plenty of them near here in Chino, California and some very big feedlots. I am getting ready to eat another well done burger!”

  75. Bitterlaw says:

    Piers Morgan is a lib but I don’t expect many American libs would trash the hoaxer like this.

  76. Cash Cow TM says:

    There is gold in them there cow patties!

    I am truly a Cash Cow!

  77. lisab says:

    Piers Morgan is a conservative

  78. lisab says:

    i bought a case of pinot noir

    drove home

    and discovered it was pinot gris

  79. Bitterlaw says:

    Have you read Piers’ anti-gun screeds.

  80. Bitterlaw says:

    If Piers says he is liberal I will take him at his word.

  81. Wes says:

    What’s amazing is that Smollett actually has defenders in the comments on the Morgan piece. One even lamented about due process. I didn’t see liberals calling for due process when Smollett made his false claim.

  82. lisab says:

    he is a uk conservative

    which is liberal by usa standards

    he is for gun control, abortion rights, and man-made global warming

    but he is a supporter of the conservative party in the uk

  83. lisab says:

    I didn’t see liberals calling for due process when Smollett made his false claim.

    well liberals did

    but leftists didn’t

    big difference

  84. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    I don’t think Piers Morgan can be described as either liberal or conservative. He is an iconoclast, and will take aim at all sides.

    His anti-gun beliefs border on hysteria, but are what you would expect from someone from England.

    His tweets are great:

    I’m not a racist or conservative. But I do still currently identify as a man, so congrats on that bit.

    Piers Morgan is right: “Don’t let these women wedded to terror come home—they made their ISIS husbands’ beds, now let them rot in hell in them.”

    Still waiting,
    … cat got your tongue? #Smollett

    “Because Smollett suffers from Trump Derangement Syndrome, like so many liberal celebrities. It’s a very real affliction & sends them all nuts.”

  85. Tina says:

    I defend Smollett.


  86. Tina says:

    McCabe and Comedy were perfect fit for each other.

    Thin skinned and incompetent. Read this article from Ari Fleischer.

  87. jason says:

    Piers Morgan is a flaming liberal, but he doesn’t always stay in the reservation.

  88. jason says:

    wes, has it been proven that Harris himself actually did anything wrong?

    If not, why would Tink vote against him?

  89. jason says:

    No comment:

    “Mr. Smollet is a young man of impeccable character and integrity who fiercely and solemnly maintains his innocence and feels betrayed by a system that apparently wants to skip due process and proceed directly to sentencing,” read a statement sent out late Thursday on behalf of the Empire actor.

    “Today we witnessed an organized law enforcement spectacle that has no place in the American legal system,” the hyperbolic statement added. “The presumption of innocence, a bedrock in the search for justice, was trampled upon at the expense of Mr. Smollett and notably, on the eve of a Mayoral election,”

  90. jason says:

    i bought a case of pinot noir

    drove home

    and discovered it was pinot gris”

    At least it wasn’t Merlot….

  91. jason says:

    I am getting ready to eat another well done burger”


    I would rather eat shoe leather than meat well done.

  92. jason says:

    Ok now that I have insulted anyone who likes Merlot or well done burgers I can go back to planning my lunch.

  93. jason says:

    Trevor Noah:

    “When this started out, it was a story about people who hated Jussie Smollett because he was black and gay,” Noah said. “But now, people hate him because he’s an a-hole.”

    “In other words,” Noah continued, “they’re judging him on the content of his character.”

    “And that, my friends, is progress.”

  94. Wes says:

    Jason, Harris’ pen son testified to warning Harris about Dowless, directly contradicting what Mark Harris had said. As for not voting for him, the inconvenience of a subpoena triggered by work she innocently did for him isn’t exactly sitting well with her.

    She had expressed interest in working for him again until that happened.

    Harris himself likely had no direct role in the ballot fraud, but official testimony by his own son indicates Harris was fully aware of how unethical Dowless could be. What’s sad is that Harris could have won without this circus.

  95. Bitterlaw says:

    C again

  96. Tgca says:


    “…with a name like Cortez”

    As a Latin male, I am offended! There is no place in our HHR society for such stereotyping bigotry. SDC is a RACIST!

    He needs to be sent to a re-education camp… and not a male camp either where he’ll be happier than a pig in chit around a bunch of guys.

    Remember stereotyping is WRONG!

  97. Tgca says:


    ”Pierce Morgan is a conservative!

    Is that like Ted Kennedy is a moderate?


  98. Tgca says:

    I agree with Jadon. Eating a well done burger is gross! It’s cruel too.

    I prefer a well done veggie burger!

  99. Tgca says:

    Ok. I decided to work from home today. Unfortunately, both my dogs are in the living room with me and one of them keeps blowing some real nasty a$$ gas. Perhaps it was the well done burger they ate last night.

    I think I just may go into the office.

  100. Wes says:

    I don’t know what’s more disgusting between a well-done real burger and a vegetarian burger cooked any way.


  101. Tgca says:


    It’s quite clear to me that a real well done cooked burger is most disgusting. It’s as clear as GWB being the 2nd greatest GOP POTUS in the last 25 years.

  102. Wes says:

    You made a mistake in the second sentence of your last post, Tg. I’ll do you a favor and correct the typo:

    It’s as clear as GWB being the WORST GOP POTUS in the last 25 years.

  103. Tgca says:

    Per RCP story, Don Lemon upset that Tucker, Hannity,and Trump are going to take advantage of the public relations disaster Jussie caused.

    How dare those racist right-wingers use this situation to promote their hate.

    DemonCrats would NEVER use a hateful smear to their advantage!!!

    Notice how Lemon calls it’s a public relations disaster and not a hoax or lies or race baiting as other media has come to accept.

  104. jason says:

    I don’t know what’s more disgusting between a well-done real burger and a vegetarian burger cooked any way.”

    Put a gun to my head and I would eat the real burger and then throw up afterwards.

  105. jason says:

    WHy is Harris’ son trying to shaft his own father?

  106. jason says:

    OAC? That’s racist.

  107. Wes says:

    Here’s a thought, Jason: Maybe the younger Harris was being honest. Mark Harris never contradicted his son’s statements, so I can only assume the son is telling the truth.

  108. jason says:

    Robert Kraft owner of the Patriot’s still nailing hookers at 77?

    Arrested in pros-titution sting…

  109. Wes says:

    Maybe Kraft, Spitzer, and Vitter can hang out.

  110. lisab says:

    At least it wasn’t Merlot….

    i love merlot!

  111. jason says:

    I blame Vi-agra

  112. jason says:

    i love merlot!”


    If you want to drink grape juice buy if off the supermarket shelf, much cheaper.

  113. Tgca says:


    Who is Vi Agara? Never heard of her. Is she related to Alotta Vagina?

  114. Tgca says:


    He’s a victim of “Blame the Victim” mentality of all you MAGA racists.

  115. NYCmike says:

    -If true, this would be so wonderful, as just the thought about what would go thru Robbie’s and “CG”‘s heads would be great!

  116. Wes says:

    I prefer cabernet. It goes perfectly with a nice rare, dripping, succulent steak.

  117. NYCmike says:

    Agree with Wes on the cabernet.

    Wes, was Robert Kraft a big tipper?

  118. mnw says:

    NYC 121

    I think some will come back. Their economic situation would be imperiled by a hard left takeover.

    If the economy holds, I like orangeman’s chances.

    RE: Kraft

    I’m surprised his taste in sex-for-money would be so low rent. $79 at an Asian massage parlor? Really? He couldn’t hire a former playmate or a porn star?

  119. Tgca says:


    $79 for a massage suggests you’re getting very low quality service.

    Wes, what’s your rate? It’s not $79 or less I hope. That would disappoint me.

  120. Wes says:

    Good news for Senate Republicans:

    With Vilsack out, Ernst has no top-tier challenger. This is in line with the developments in NC, where Tillis has no obviously strong potential challenger.

    Last time there was a major shift in the Senate was 2014. Republicans lined up several top-tier candidates in late 2012 and early 2013 before snowballing the map with solid candidates in almost a dozen races.

    Even in their best shot at a Pickup—Colorado—Dems have a ton of B-listers while Doug Jones is the only guaranteed political Dead Man Walking in the Senate next year.

    That bodes well for the Senate GOP even in the likely event that Trump falls next year.

  121. Bitterlaw says:

    The wine posts by men are collectively Gayest Posts of the Day.

    Lisab is a chick so she gets a pass.

  122. Todd McCain says:

    Starting to think Trump wins re-election. The DEM party is going completely loony tunes and they aren’t even trying to hide it anymore.

  123. Todd McCain says:

    Didn’t the DEMS change the nominating process to give the Super Delegates much less power?

  124. jason says:

    I like Cabs and Carmeneres, the more full bodied the better.

    Bitter has already admitted he owns sweaters, so we can’t rely on his view on what is gay.

  125. Wes says:

    Bitter, I’m not sure burnt steak and sweater vests are the epitome of masculinity.

    Can you even drive a manual, or are wimpy automatics more your thing?

  126. NYCmike says:

    “Can you even drive a manual, or are wimpy automatics more your thing?”

    -Have hired several tractor trailer drivers who have never learned how to drive a manual transmission.


  127. Tgca says:


    That’s just plain rude Jadon! Just because Bitter wears sweaters and attends flower shows does not mean it’s gay.

    Mr Rogers wore sweaters too.
    Liberace surrounded himself with flowers and women loved his eccentricity back in day.

  128. Bitterlaw says:

    I never eat steak. I have not had a sweater vest since 1985. If I am not wearing a suit, I am probably wearing jeans and a sweatshirt. I sleep in sweatpants and a sweatshirt.

  129. Tina says:

    Have we been Jebot freee for a while?

    I have not been here much lately.

  130. Tina says:

    The jebots failed to mention Dow 26000. Kraft Heinz dropped a lot.

    So, I will mention it.

  131. jason says:

    “Liberace surrounded himself with flowers and women loved his eccentricity back in day.”

    Bitter is being compared to Liberace?

    Dang, that is worth some points.

  132. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    135. All the trolls have been summoned to Venezuela to help protect the country from the pending attack of the aid caravan. Well-fed Venezuelans are a threat to socialism.

  133. jason says:

    Proud ObamaCON must be really busy there in his socialist paradise, we didn’t even get a postcard.

  134. Tgca says:


  135. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    The Smollet Attack Rehearsal. This is hilarious!

  136. Wes says:

    An NC judge essentially spits in the voters’ faces. This isn’t New Jersey, where Bitterlaw and Company are 100% willing let activist judges serve as functioning arms of the Democrat Party simply because that gigantic cesspool supposedly has seasons. This is something the NCSC will likely want to overturn to avoid voters’ backlash:

  137. Wes says:

    Republicans get a break in MS-Gov as Jim Hood will be locked in a nasty primary with a liberal black who is actually a credible candidate. This only increases the likelihood Republicans hang on in the Magnolia State:

  138. Wes says:

    If Dems keep this CF going in the CO-Sen primary—a big if obviously—then Gardner will be in a decent position for reelection.

  139. jason says:

    141. That was funny!

  140. Tgca says:

    Justice for Jussie!!!

  141. Tgca says:

    I’m so conflicted.

    Should I have a cup of fresh blueberries and pineapple and 2 slices of cranberry toast smothered with Kerrygold Irish butter or fo I go to Dunkin Donuts for 2 egg and cheese wraps with a side of hash browns?

    Decisions! Decisions!

  142. Wes says:

    I wonder if self-inflicted malnutrition is a crime where Tgca lives.

  143. jason says:

    Interesting map on ideology, showing there are only 6 states where liberals outnumber conservatives.

    However, it is somewhat misleading. For example in CA liberals and conservatives split 29 to 29%. So the “moderates” in CA have to be a lot more liberal than the “moderates” in most other states in order to give CA its liberal tilt.

  144. jason says:

    Should I have a cup of fresh blueberries and pineapple and 2 slices of cranberry toast smothered with Kerrygold Irish butter or fo I go to Dunkin Donuts for 2 egg and cheese wraps with a side of hash browns?”

    Gag me with a spoon. Fruity, sugary and starchy garbage.

    I had a double portion of corned beef hash (homemade), a 3 egg (Amish) omelet with extra sharp cheddar, bacon bits, mushrooms and onions, 5 slices of slab bacon, and true to my carb restricted diet, no bread or muffins or pancakes (sniff). My only concession to carbs was the fact the corned beef hash was 80-20 corned beef to potatoes. And coffee with half and half of course.

  145. jason says:

    I wonder if self-inflicted malnutrition is a crime where Tgca lives”

    I think its some sort of self flagellation.

    I think he is making amends for some horrible event he feels guilty of by forcing himself to eat the most disgusting foods he can find.

    I am sorry to horn in on Corey’s psychology domain here, but there is no other cogent explanation.

  146. Tgca says:


    Really Jadon!


    That’s a bigoted slur!

    Shame on you.

    Justice for Jussie!!!

  147. Tgca says:


    I’m Catholic! What can I say. We are taught to feel guilty, especially by our socialist/commie-loving Pope.

  148. Tgca says:


    I see my good friend Wes is still jealous because of my 27 inch waist.

  149. jason says:

    Starting to think Trump wins re-election. The DEM party is going completely loony tunes and they aren’t even trying to hide it anymore.”

    This is as premature as wes’ assertion the Dems have already won the election.

    Unfortunately, the truth is that “loony tunes” has become a lot more mainstream.

    Remember, even Obama didn’t feel comfortable saying he was pro gay marriage only 10 years because he thought it might lose him the election (and he was probably right) Things have changed a lot.

    The speaker of the House would not stand up when the President said we would never be a socialist country. That is because she feels comfortable doing that, she doesn’t fear any negative reaction from her constituents or from the Dem base.

  150. jason says:


    That’s a bigoted slur!”

    Dang, I just insulted cranberries and blueberries by calling them fruity?

    Things really have changed a lot.

  151. Tgca says:

    Perhaps Jadon has a point. I need a little more protein and fat in my breakfast this AM.

    I think I’ll skip the blueberries and toast and pick up a pint of Talenti Black Rasberry Chocolate Chip Gelato at Whole Foods instead. It’s got 52g of fat and 20g of protein in a pint that I can devour in one sitting. Yum!

  152. jason says:

    Trump is kicking ass on the next thread.