Sanders Leads Biden By 4%, Trump Leads Kasich By 41% in NH

We have a second poll in a row from the state of New Hampshire showing Bernie Sanders now ahead of Joe Biden in the Democratic primary race for President according to a new poll from the University of New Hampshire.

Bernie Sanders 26%
Joe Biden 22%
Kamala Harris 10%
Elizabeth Warren 7%
Beto O’Rourke 5%
Amy Klobuchar 4%
Cory Booker 3%
Pete Buttigieg 1%
Tulsi Gabbard 1%
Michael Bloomberg 1%
Kirsten Gillibrand 1%
Sherrod Brown 1%
John Delaney 0%
John Hickenloopoer 0%

Donald Trump (inc) 68%
John Kasich 17%
Bill Weld 3%

This poll was done February 18-26 among 218 likely Republican primary voters and 240 likely Democratic primary voters.

Posted by Dave at 4:49 pm
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123 Responses to “Sanders Leads Biden By 4%, Trump Leads Kasich By 41% in NH”

  1. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    1st again.

  2. NYCmike says:

    “Mikey – Tavares returns to the Island tonight. How will he be received?”

    -One good cheer, and then have Matt Martin put a big check on him for another cheer.

    And hopefully with a W for the home team.

  3. NYCmike says:

    Last thread – Cruz only won by a small margin – now we see Cornyn close to Beto, and Trump below 50%.

    Was the Cruz margin small because people don’t like him, as suggested by many here, or is Texas getting too many liberals from states like California?

  4. NYCmike says:

    Kasich with 17%. Weld with 3%.

    What about Hogan?

  5. Chicon says:

    2 – probably helps that the Isles are doing so well without him.

  6. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “My loyalty to Mr. Trump has cost me everything: my family’s happiness, friendships, my law license, my company, my livelihood, my honor, my reputation and soon my freedom,” Cohen said. “I will not sit back, say nothing and allow him to do the same to the country.”

    Actually, you were convicted for criminal activity unrelated to Trump — so you cost yourself everything. Am not sure losing your honor and reputation was much of a loss.

  7. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “probably helps that the Isles are doing so well without him.”

    Your not insinuating that Bogo Pogo does not miss concerned troll are you?

  8. lisab says:

    i don’t think kasich’s ego will allow him to run if it is this bad

  9. lisab says:

    warren will refuse all wampum from large donors!

  10. Messy says:

    6. But mostly, he was convicted for the Stormy Daniels thing and lying before Congress at Trump’s behest.

  11. Bitterlaw says:

    Harper is not getting the most per season but he gets the most guaranteed money. If he hits .100 in year 13 he still gets paid.

    The ironic thing is that I hated Harper with the Nationals. Funny how he went from being a punk to a fan favorite in minutes. It’s like when Lenny Dykstra went from the Mets to the Phillies.

  12. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    10. False, the major charges (6 of 8 counts) were for tax evasion, tax fraud, and false statements to a federally insured bank, all relating to his interest in a taxi business.

  13. Big Joe says:

    It’s early but I’m thinking that Wisconsin will be the tipping point state in 2020!

    Big Joe

  14. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    They caught Cohen red-handed in his own criminal activity, and now Cohen is trying to please Mueller and get a lesser sentence by attempting to incriminate Trump. It raises issues of Cohen’s credibility. It also raises issue of Trump judgment and character to hire an attorney like Cohen.

  15. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    13. “It’s early but I’m thinking that Wisconsin will be the tipping point state in 2020!”

    Agree. Hopefully Trump will be competitive in Michigan or Pennsylvania also.

  16. Tina says:

    Will F. Mulehead allow new Cohen charges?

    Clearly. He got caught in a lie.

  17. Tina says:

    Jebots silent? Remember when client groupie defended this loon?

    John Cardillo
    Omar: Israel Hawks Have ‘Allegiance to a Foreign Country’

    At which point does ?
    ? acknowledge that she has terror sympathizers w/an extreme hatred of Jews (Omar and Tlaib) in her caucus, and do something about it?

  18. Bitterlaw says:

    I think Trump will lose PA in 2020. I reserve the right to change my prediction 17 times.

  19. Chicon says:

    18 – I don’t think you’ll need that many. He ain’t gonna win PA. He might win reelection, but not PA. Of course, I could change my mind.

  20. jason says:

    It’s way too early to say Trump will lose PA. The election is not today.

  21. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    20. It sad it took so long to finally execute him.

  22. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The ravages of global warming and permanent drought continue to plague California, just as former Gov. Brown predicted:

    @PaulKPIX 2h2 hours ago
    This February, Los Angeles didn’t hit 70 degrees… Santa Rosa didn’t hit 60 degrees… & Mt. Hamilton never reached 50 degrees. That’s a first for modern California history

    @EdJoyce 31m31 minutes ago
    Drought was nearly pushed out of #California, with only a lingering sliver of moderate drought along the Oregon border. Just 2.3% of the state remains in drought. Abnormal dryness remains in areas of the extreme north and south.

  23. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “The best social program is still a job…:

  24. Tgca says:


  25. Tgca says:

    20 Good job Texas? Really?

    Nice anti-veteran post.

    He was a marine in Vietnam. He deserves your respect.

  26. Tgca says:



    The PA Horticultural Society is having their flower show in Philly starting this Sat. You going?

    This year’s theme is Flower Power.

    Maybe you can drag the wifey along too. Have fun!

  27. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Bitter and Other Phillies’ Fans:
    Are you pleased with the Phillies signing Bryce Harper for TEN years?!

  28. Chicon says:

    Steeple, it’s THIRTEEN years.

  29. jason says:

    Oklahoma Becomes 15th Permitless Gun-Carry State
    Second state this year to drop permits”

    Congratulations OK.

    I have to admit the process in PA is hardly burdensome, I got my concealed weapon permit (in PA its called a firearm’s license) in 15 minutes, including the time it took to print the card.

    But basically it consisted on a check on whether I qualified to have a permit.

    The OK law says you can carry IF you are eligible, and the eligibility rules are the same as PA.

    The only thing that is different is you don’t have to apply for a permit.

  30. jason says:

    The Texas convict wanted to delay the execution because an expert witness said in the trial that he would pose a danger to others.

    Absolute outrage. He handcuffed three children, shot 3 people to death, and then kidnapped and assaulted his wife. He was going to kill her too but crashed his car first.

    Hard to see why the expert would think he was dangerous.

  31. jason says:

    20 Good job Texas? Really?

    Nice anti-veteran post.

    He was a marine in Vietnam. He deserves your respect.”

    I guess this is some kind of idiotic post comparing this murderer to John McCain.

    Disgustingly stupid.


  32. jason says:

    Was the Cruz margin small because people don’t like him, as suggested by many here, or is Texas getting too many liberals from states like California?”

    I love moronic questions.

    Yes, it was close because a lot of people don’t like his personality or his grandstanding ways.

    If it was just because there are more liberals from CA in Texas, Abbott would not have won the race for Governor 56-42.

  33. mnw says:


    Did u read VDH’s article yesterday about California?

    The state has declined year after year to build lowland water reservoirs to capture the spring runoff, because “drought is permanent due to global warming,” so there’s no need for useless reservoirs, see?

    So now for 2 years in a row all that fresh water has ended up in the Pacific ocean.

    But… bullet train.

  34. jason says:

    6. But mostly, he was convicted for the Stormy Daniels thing and lying before Congress at Trump’s behest”

    Actually, no. Most charges don’t relate to Trump.

    And of course, even he admits Trump didn’t actually tell him to lie, he said only that was “implied”.

  35. jason says:

    Proud ObamaCon’s vision of a Soviet society might come to fruition sooner than even he expected.

    AOC is going to make a list of moderate Democrats who aren’t yet going along with the Marxist program.

    From there to sending them to re-education camps is only a short step.

  36. jason says:

    “So now for 2 years in a row all that fresh water has ended up in the Pacific ocean.”

    You are missing the point.

    Global warming only sells if you can connect it to a crisis or disaster.

    If you have enough water it’s hard to blame the drought on global warming.

  37. sandiegocitizen says:

    34. Here is the link to the Victor Davis Hanson article:

  38. Bitterlaw says:

    Sheeple – Thrilled with the Harper deal. I don’t care if he is sitting on the bench the last 3 years of the deal. He should be a beast for the next 6 or 7.

  39. sandiegocitizen says:

    37. Who do you think you are? Galileo or some sort of denier? Don’t confuse use with the facts. The science is settled. Amen and just believe.

  40. jason says:

    Just 2.3% of the state remains in drought.”

    It would be 0% under Hillary.

  41. jason says:

    It’s early but I’m thinking that Wisconsin will be the tipping point state in 2020!

    Big Joe”

    Is this because like in Guam, too many people are on one side of the state?

  42. jason says:

    Corey to claim I called Guam a state in 3, 2, 1….

  43. Chicon says:

    32 – Jason, for the record…. I would not put the Texas killer in the same universe as McCain.

    Unfortunately, that obvious statement needed to be made, given the HHR rule that failure to deny something is akin (little “a”) to agreement.

  44. jason says:

    I was referring to Tgca’s statement.

    But if the shoe fits, wear it.

  45. jason says:

    I love it when you call somebody stupid and someone else chimes in to say ‘hey, I am stupid too”.

  46. jason says:

    Interesting… this should be available somewhere…

    “WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump claimed Friday that his former lawyer Michael Cohen shopped a book to publishers that portrayed Trump in a favorable light, vastly at odds with Cohen’s damning testimony to Congress.

    In a tweet, Trump said Cohen’s manuscript was a “love letter” to him and said Congress should demand the manuscript as evidence Cohen’s testimony this week was “fraudulent” and “dishonest.”

    Cohen told a House panel Trump was a “racist,” ”con man” and liar. He testified that Trump used his inner circle to cover up politically damaging allegations about sex, and lied throughout the 2016 election campaign about his business interests in Russia.

    “Congress must demand the transcript of Michael Cohen’s new book, given to publishers a short time ago,” Trump tweeted. “Your heads will spin when you see the lies, misrepresentations and contradictions against his Thursday testimony. Like a different person! He is totally discredited!”

  47. NYCmike says:

    Applying for a job as editor at the NY Times soon…..Let me know how I am doing.

    jason says:
    March 1, 2019 at 12:01 pm

    …..‘hey, I am stupid too”.

  48. NYCmike says:

    That should pass the fact-checkers!

  49. jason says:

    The Daily Mall has the proposal for Cohen’s book.

    “According to the Daily Mail, Cohen discussed how many people insult the President, calling him “crazy, dumb, paranoid and hateful toward the media.”

    All of these things have been said about my longtime boss, Donald J. Trump. None of it is true. Except maybe that last one – about the media. Trump does believe that reporters are out to get him, and for a very good reason. Many of them are.

    The proposal also said he would discuss First Lady Melania Trump, Trump’s children, and the “unfortunate saga of Stormy Daniels.” Cohen wrote that he hoped to use the book to “unravel and explain mysteries that surround the president. Those would include: ‘Trump’s communications style, management style, negotiating tactics, combat profile, Twitter battles and family dynamics. Along with the Russia probe and the revolving door at the White House.”

    Cohen saw his most important role as “looking out for Mr. Trump and his family.”

    Here are several additional excerpts from Cohen’s proposal:

    I have a lot to say about all of this stuff, with the understanding that there are some things I simply can’t talk about because I am, as I said at the outset, Trump’s longtime lawyer. But there’s plenty I can talk about, so here I am.

    Most of my work took place behind the scenes. Unless it was the sort of situation that required me to come through the front door with a wrecking ball, that is – in which case my involvement was pretty obvious.

    No issue was too big, too sticky or too oddball for me to tackle. I saw it all, handled it all. And still do.

    By offering my point-of-view, it is my sincere hope that I can help close or at least narrow the knowledge gap. For reporters, who have the important job of covering Trump; for lawmakers, who need to work constructively with Trump to get things done for our country; for global leaders who aspire to work collaboratively with America; for supporters, who have faith and put Trump into the White House; for critics, whose continued vigilance helps Trump and the Republican party get better at their jobs – Democrats, too. And for anybody else, no matter what your party or affiliation, who has an interest in gaining a better understanding of the world, ways and methodology of the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.”

  50. NYCmike says:

    -7 years have already gone by. Amazing.

    I do wonder if the 2012 election would have gone differently if he had lived. I wonder if Romney would have embraced him and used his help.

  51. jason says:

    The Mall also says Cohen claims he changed his mind after Trump’s comments on Charlottesville.

    However, they also point out the proposal was made AFTER Charlottesville.

    When you lie so much it’s hard to keep track I guess.

  52. lisab says:

    why does jason want the people on guam to die?

  53. lisab says:

    How Robert Kraft could get off in prostitution case… ny post

    isn’t that why he was arrested?

  54. Wes says:

    Obama was hovering about 50% in 2012 with a decent economy and strong electoral ground game. No Republican was going to beat him that year. Romney had the best chance and did well considering the odds against him.

    Breitbart wouldn’t have changed the outcome.

    Romney did benefit the GOP by setting up the coalition that helped Republicans win in 2014 and 2016, realistically he was never going to win.

  55. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said moderate Democrats who vote with Republicans are “putting themselves on a list” to be targeted in their re-election bids.”

    So much for the claim the Democrats will unify to defeat Trump in 2020. They are headed right into a party civil war.

    With the poll showing Sanders leading Biden in New Hampshire, looks like it could be a long and bloody fight for the Democratic nomination.

  56. NYCmike says:

    I wonder.

    Wes proclaims.

    Times like this make me feel that MD is still around, just under a different name.

  57. Tina says:

    Hopefully Cohen gets indicted again and his deal is discarded. On another note, not sure where this poll is from:

    Bill Mitchell
    Fifty-six percent (56%) of Likely U.S. Voters believe senior federal law enforcement officials are likely to have broken the law in their discussions in May 2017 to oust Trump, with 37% who say it is Very Likely.

  58. NYCmike says:

    “Souter 2.0, another Bush failure.”

    -Should have listened to Coulter on this one………

  59. lisab says:

    biden said pence was a “decent guy” today

    cythia nixon clobbered biden

    biden retracted the decent guy statement

    i think biden is done, he has no lane if he is that scared of the leftists

  60. lisab says:

    biden has hired an illegal alien as his spokespersyon

    isn’t that actually illegal

  61. Chicon says:

    I see Jason’s reading skills are still at rat level.

  62. Tina says:

    Remember when the jebot cited this brain surgeon?

    Renato Mariotti
    Mueller’s report will almost certainly disappoint you, and it’s not his fault. It’s your fault for buying into Trump’s false narrative that it is Mueller’s’ job to prove “collusion,” a nearly impossible bar for any prosecutor to clear.

    My piece in @TIME: (link:…

  63. Wes says:

    Assuming collusion—whatever it is—is actually a crime shouldn’t Mueller be able to prove it to get a conviction since we are innocent until proven guilty?

  64. NYCmike says:

    “Assuming collusion—whatever it is—is actually a crime shouldn’t Mueller be able to prove it to get a conviction since we are innocent until proven guilty?”

    -Since Mueller is a “Republican” (according to “CG” and Robbie) working for Democrats, certain rules need not apply.

  65. Scooterboy says:

    Only 2 Democrats show up to their own Climate Change hearing.

  66. lisab says:

    Transgender atheletes to be allowed to compete as the other sex in the Olympics WITHOUT having gender reassignment surgery

  67. lisab says:

    Only 2 Democrats show up to their own Climate Change hearing.

    well … it was snowing today

  68. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    66. “But after so much speculation, one outcome seems likely: Mueller will disappoint just about everyone — especially President Trump’s critics. And it won’t be his fault.

    This is due in part to Trump’s successful disinformation crusade, which has worked to raise a nearly impossible and definitely illogical bar for Mueller to clear: proving “collusion” and charging a grand criminal conspiracy involving the Trump campaign and the Russian government. But it is also due to Trump’s critics, who have responded to Trump’s “No collusion!” mantra by shouting back, “Yes, collusion!”

    Ah! So it appears our trolls were being manipulated into claiming Trump was in collusion with the Russians by Trump’s successful disinformation campaign. Our trolls must really feel used now; maybe that is why they disappeared. The shame must be overwhelming.

  69. NYCmike says:

    “Transgender atheletes to be allowed to compete as the other sex in the Olympics WITHOUT having gender reassignment surgery”

    -Looks like there is one more reason to stop watching JUST ABOUT ANY sports on television.

    The NHL is holding steady so far……keep it going Gary Bettman. Oddly enough, he is soundly booed whenever he makes an appearance, but he looks to be doing a good job.

  70. lisab says:

    “Transgender atheletes to be allowed to compete as the other sex in the Olympics WITHOUT having gender reassignment surgery”

    russian women’s beach volleyball captain

    igor ivanov

    has said that he will take home the gold in 2020

  71. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    73. There are going to be a lot of nations who are not going to approve of what the Olympics did; Mideast, African and Asian countries in particular.

  72. lisab says:

    i mean **she** has said that he will take home the gold in 2020

  73. NYCmike says:

    -Supposedly, Bill Kristol is associated with this publication……..I’ll expect it to not last very long……there are only so many “CG”‘s and Robbie’s out there.

  74. NYCmike says:

    “i mean **she** has said that he will take home the gold in 2020”

    -You sure he/she isn’t a zzzzzzzhhhhhhheeeeeee?

  75. NYCmike says:

    I guess the phrase “A zzzzzzzzhhhhhhheeeeeee-bra doesn’t change one’s stripes” is about to be dropped from the lexicon.

  76. mnw says:

    Harper has not been very popular with his teammates for several years now. Nobody has ever called him “Bryce Hustle,” from what I’ve read.

  77. jason says:

    I have made this point many times to Bitter, and this article supports my theory.

    The communist Pope and far left priests, rabbis and pastors are popular with leftists who don’t actually attend religious services.

  78. lisab says:

    On Wednesday, the Supreme Court of British Columbia, Canada ordered that a 14-year-old girl receive testosterone injections without parental consent. The court also declared that if either of her parents referred to her using female pronouns or addressed her by her birth name, they would be considered guilty of family violence.

    As previously reported, Maxine* was encouraged by her school counselor in BC’s Delta School District to identify as a boy while in seventh grade. When Maxine was 13 years old, Dr. Brenden Hursh and his colleagues at BC Children’s Hospital decided that Maxine should begin taking testosterone injections in order to develop a more masculine appearance.

  79. NYCmike says:



  80. jason says:

    Hey Scooter, how goes it?

  81. jason says:

    “I see Jason’s reading skills are still at rat level.”

    Not sure I get points…some rats are pretty smart.

  82. jason says:

    It’s your fault for buying into Trump’s false narrative that it is Mueller’s’ job to prove “collusion,”

    I never heard this “false narrative”.

    What Trump has always said is that there was no collusion.

  83. lisab says:

    I’ve confirmed w/multiple insider sources. Massive scandal. Top MGM execs fired. I hear involves supplying drugs & hookers to celebs, High Rollers, NBA players at MGM parties. I hear FBI sting all on VIDEO. With biggest celeb names. Execs going to prison.wayne root

  84. Bitterlaw says:

    I heard the fans of teams that did not get 6 time All Star and former MVP, Bryce Harper, are going to listen to body who trashes him. I also heard baseball executives, managers, and scouts who actually know what they are talking about wanted Harper.

  85. janz says:

    Some tidbits:

    $850 million unaccounted for in the mental health program, Thrive, run by de Blasio’s wife. Even with this non-transparent hole of unaccounted for funding, this same project is getting another budget that is even higher — a billion dollars! Go Figure!

    Also, it’s now being reported (rumored) that Mueller wanted to put Cohen’s wife in jail for 30 years, for her role as co-guarantee, on one of his financial schemes, if Cohen didn’t fully cooperate with running down Trump. It could be true.

    As for California’s “drought,” it’s literally flooding in N. CA — road closures galore, and evacuations around the Russian River area as more storms keep rolling in.

  86. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    90. Janz, your clearly listening to the climate change denialists, as Gov. Brown has pointed out, California is now in permanent drought. It is why we stopped building reservoirs — not enough ran.

    Upon further review, the 5.66″ of rain that fell in Santa Rosa today would break the all-time daily precipitation record for the climate site. Records for the City of Santa Rosa go back to 1902.”

  87. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “@NWSSacramento It was quite the month for Sacramento! It was the 6th wettest on record with 8.90” of rain and the average high for the month was 56.5° making it the coldest February in 50 years!”

  88. lisab says:


    aren’t you glad i have a coal burning stove

    if not, you could be dead now, frozen in san diego

  89. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    93. “aren’t you glad i have a coal burning stove if not, you could be dead now, frozen in san diego”

    Actually, electricity costs are so high in California that some people may freeze. To pay for expensive renewable energy and save the planet, the California Public Utilities Commission several years ago began surcharging customers if they use over about four times their “baseline” amount of electricity, as determined by the utility. When its excessively hot or cold, like now, people find their utility bills double or triple because of the surcharge. California already had about the highest electricity costs in the nation.

    An example, an elderly couple who usually paid close to $200 a month got hit with a $656 electricity bill because of the surcharge.

    The local utility SDG&E is trying to get the surcharge repealed because of the uproar over high bills, but doubt the PUC will back down given its environmentalist leanings.

    As in Germany and South Australia, pushing renewables like solar and wind leads to sky high electricity rates, as these power sources only work part time, and a second power source has to be maintained as a backup. Spending several hundred million on a solar array that only works about 20-25% of the time, means you have to pay the added expense of additional power sources that cover the remaining 80-75%.

    It is totally nuts, but what do you expect, its California.

    The Victor Davis Hanson article cited in this string about major taxpayers fleeing California is a real danger. Not being able to deduce state taxes on your federal income taxes makes having as your residence Nevada or Texas, which have 0% state income tax, a lot more attractive than paying 13% state income tax in California.
    Even Bill Maher threatened to leave.

    Not to mention practically everything else is more expensive in California; gas is about a dollar more than neighboring states; electricity two to three times higher. It gets old quick.

  90. Tina says:

    I think F Muleheads tactics went over the line:

    Stealing documents belonging to a transition team that were privileged.

    Wasting resources and lacking standing imo, since he took over a counter intelligence investigation (one by its nature the President could not obstruct).

    Hiring all Drats with agendas (see B. weissman)

    And the tipper:

    The raid on Roger Stone, who by all accounts was cooperating, had no prior record, had no passport to flee, etc.

  91. Tina says:

    Regarding F. Mulehead, Giuliani has stated that he heard rumors that the Drats have cleared out their desks.

  92. mnw says:


    Everyone should read that VDH article.

    You would think people would read about the situation in CA & stand back in horror, but no… it’s spreading. It’s like a zombie movie.

  93. jason says:

    We got about 6 inches on top of the 6 inches we got yesterday.

    My wife has been shoveling snow since 6 AM. I would love to help but I have a bad back. But I am contributing by pointing out places she has missed.

  94. jason says:

    I am sure the Dems will demand an investigation…

    “Democratic operatives, led by a former Obama official, bought ads on misleading Facebook pages to suppress GOP turnout in the midterm elections.

    The pages appear to be designed to give the impression that they were operated by disgruntled conservatives rather than Democratic operatives.

    The operatives were funded by left-wing billionaire Reid Hoffman, who previously funded a “false flag” effort in the 2017 Alabama special election.

  95. jason says:

    Sanders defends Green New Deal: “You cannot go too far” on climate change”

    There you go. A candidate who doesn’t think you can go too far on destroying the economy.

  96. Bitterlaw says:

    Over 13 years, Bryce Harper will pay $5 million in wage tax to Philadelphia. I wonder if he will notice.

  97. jason says:

    News you can only get in the British media…

    “Rate of Hispanic poverty in America has fallen to a record low 18.3% – and the overall rate of poor Americans has declined three years in a row, new Census data reveals

    Hispanics account for 18.3% of the population and 18.3% of them live in poverty
    The 1.1% year-on-year decrease in their rate poverty of in 2017 was also the largest single decline that the U.S. Hispanic population has ever experienced
    The rate of poverty among all Americans declined slightly in 2017 to 12.3%, the third year in a row that the numbers have gone down, Census data shows
    Hispanic households also saw their median household income increase 3.7% to $50,486 in 2017, the third year in a row that the population saw a rise in pay”

  98. Tgca says:


  99. Tgca says:


    Maybe i’ll catch you later at the flower show in Philly at the convention center. Do you get a discount as a member of the PA Horticultural Society? I’m not sure what the non-member fee I must pay.

    This year’s theme is Flower Power. Not sure what that means but you can ‘splain to me later.

  100. jason says:

    Hey Tgca, Bitter should be easy to recognize. He will be wearing a sweater and his wife will have a sweatshirt that says “I am with A-hole”.

  101. Tina says:

    All out crazy accuses ICE of rape.

    More AOC.

  102. janz says:

    SDC, I always learn interesting CA data from your posts. Thanks for sharing….

    Victor Davis Hansen has been one of my favorite writers/historians for many years. He is not one of the DC crowd, but has remained a pragmatic, honest, clear- thinking analyst of political culture, as he compares and contrasts it to dynasties of the past.

    His commentaries about CA are based on reality, coming from his Central Valley experiences versus those being spewed by the Silicon Valley elite. So, I always look forward to reading and absorbing his perspectives and anecdotal conversations with “real” people. A new book of his is coming out – “The Case For Trump” – which is said will provide a reasoned account of the last few years, including accomplishments, character flaws, and the endless investigations of this president. It’s on order….

  103. janz says:

    #102, Jason, so true about British news reports who actually print good US stats, among the not-so-good ones, even when it’s a republican administration under which they are being produced.

  104. lisab says:

    An example, an elderly couple who usually paid close to $200 a month got hit with a $656 electricity bill because of the surcharge.

    my bill was about $50

    in minnesota 🙂

  105. jason says:

    The MSM is now claiming Republicans are using “red scare” tactics against the self proclaimed socialists.

    Well, yeah, if it quacks like a duck, walks like a duck and looks like a duck, maybe it is a duck.

  106. lisab says:

    so my hubby has a cold, so score! i get to go out by myself while he stays home. or do i?

    so i go to a few stores and am having a good time and decide to stop at panera for a late lunch and tea. the place is fairly empty, so good times! i am enjoying myself when … three women come in with a bunch of kids from the local school system … i vaguely know them, and i have two of the children in one of the classrooms i support … they come sit next to me … so i am surrounded by 6 year olds … helloooooooo, i am not your babysitter …

    so i got up to get some more tea … and went and sat somewhere else …. i am sure i will hear about it next week.

  107. lisab says:

    Grizzly Bear Shatters All Pro Wrestling Records After Identifying As Human

  108. Tgca says:

    Hey Bitter

    Hey w was the Flower Power show in Philly today?

    Sorry I could not make it. I had more manly things to do.

  109. Wes says:

    Tg, you’re about as manly as Trump is humble.

  110. lisab says:

    An unemployed millennial threw a telephone at her mother’s head because her mom declined to drive her to a yoga class, Montgomery County Police allege in court documents obtained by ABC7.
    Holly Albert, 30, of the 12500 block of Northline Court in Potomac, Md., is charged with second-degree assault.
    In August 2017, Albert’s mother called 911 to report a domestic violence incident. Responding officers arrived at the family’s single-family home and found Albert’s mother with a blood-saturated shirt and hair that was “matted down with blood.”

  111. jason says:

    Glad Scooter stopped by.

    I know he is laying low after Kim’s accusations that he asked for special favors in the clubhouse kitchen.

  112. Bitterlaw says:

    No flower show today. I coached my 2 girls teams to double digit playoff losses. Then I watched the center of my HS girls team star in The Little Mermaid at her school. I support my players.

  113. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    112. “Grizzly Bear Shatters All Pro Wrestling Records After Identifying As Human”

    Bitter, you need to get inventive. There are female giraffes at the zoo who would love to identify as human and play basketball.

  114. lisab says:

    have you ever considered coaching them to win?

  115. lisab says:

    Hawaii Judge rules Trump cpac speech illegal.

  116. Tgca says:


  117. Bitterlaw says:

    Coach to win? Mind blown.

  118. jason says:

    Wishful thinking?

    The Never Trumpers may have failed in destroying Trump’s presidency, but it’s still open to question whether they have failed to elect a socialist President.