Biden/Sanders Tied Nationally

Emerson College has put out a new national poll today that shows Bernie Sanders moving into a tie with Joe Biden in the national Democratic primary race.

Joe Biden (D) 55%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 45%

Bernie Sanders (D) 51%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 49%

Kamala Harris (D) 52%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 48%

Elizabeth Warren (D) 51%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 49%

Donald Trump (R-inc) 51%
Beto O’Rourke (D) 49%

Joe Biden (D) 52%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 44%
Howard Schultz (I) 4%

Donald Trump (R-inc) 46%
Beto O’Rourke (D) 44%
Howard Schultz (I) 10%

Bernie Sanders 26%
Joe Biden 26%
Kamala Harris 12%
Beto O’Rourke 11%
Elizabeth Warren 8%
Pete Buttigieg 3%
Cory Booker 3%
Amy Klobuchar 1%
Andrew Yang 1%
John Hickenlooper 1%
Jay Inslee 1%
Julian Castro 1%
Tulsi Gabbard 1%
Kirsten Gillibrand 0%

This poll was done March 17-18 among 998 registered voters.

Posted by Dave at 8:58 pm
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381 Responses to “Biden/Sanders Tied Nationally”

  1. Cash Cow TM says:


  2. Big Joe says:

    Weird that Schultz seems to take equally from both Beto and Trump.

    Big Joe

  3. Tgca says:

    Cuatro Bebe! Cuatro!

  4. Bitterlaw says:

    I was in York yesterday. Nobody could tell me where Jason lived. I even showed them a picture of him.

  5. lisab says:

    the dems cannot be happy with these numbers

    none of these candidates have been attacked yet

    if these are true, they really need biden to be the nominee,

    unless the mueller report has something

  6. lisab says:

    ” Ukraine’s Prosecutor General is opening an investigation over claims that Ukrainian officials illegally meddled in our 2016 election for Hillary’s Benefit—AND THERE’S A TAPE! “

  7. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Now we know:

    “As the news of the Christchurch mosque massacre broke and I scoured the news, I came across a map showing that the Friday morning climate strike in Christchurch was close to the bloodbath. I felt terrible for the young people who showed up with hope and idealism, wondered whether the killer or killers chose this particular day to undermine the impact of this global climate action. It was a shocking pairing and also a perfectly coherent one, a clash of opposing ideologies. Behind the urgency of climate action is the understanding that everything is connected; behind white supremacy is an ideology of separation.”

  8. Tgca says:


    I can’t sleep. Anyone want to discuss ABORTION?

  9. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “Life: a sexually transmitted disease with a 100 percent mortality”

  10. lisab says:

    abortions are not fun

  11. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    This should upset the social justice warriors:

    “Demand for blond and blue-eyed American DNA is booming in Brazil. Imports of overseas sperm have increased by 3,000 per cent since 2011 as prospective parents seek fair-skinned donors at an unprecedented rate. “The vast majority of what we have and what we sell are the Caucasian blond-haired, blue-eyed donors,” Fredrik Andreasson, chief financial officer at the Seattle Sperm Bank, told The Wall Street Journal. The bank, based in Washington state, provides about a quarter of its overall supply to Brazil. Last year more than 500 samples of frozen semen entered the country, up from 16 in 2011. Same-sex couples make up the majority of Brazilian buyers but there has been an increase in interest from single working women and lesbian couples who are selecting.”

  12. Bitterlaw says:

    DW – I have never seen a writer kick a losing team so hard.

    Did St, John’s reject his college application years ago?

  13. Wes says:

    Example #1024 of why I think Trump will lose next year:

    Seven months after John McCain died, Trump decided to pick a fight with him.

    Good job, Donald!

    Picking a fight with a dead man is really the way to convince people you should be re-elected!

  14. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    And seven months before he passed, John McCain directed his staff to join a “soft coup” against President Trump.
    If I was in The Donald’s shoes, I would feel the same way about Saint McCain.

  15. mnw says:

    No poster EVER hated McPain as much as I did– more than I hated Zero & the Blackhawks combined. NOBODY in the history of HHR detested him as much. I gave to every primary opponent he ever had. But I agree that it’s dumb to attack him at this point. F him & forget him. He’s dead & harmless now.

    Btw, I believe McSally will be the DEMs’ #2 Senate target next year, after Gardner. I guess that’s a glimpse into the obvious– they already beat her once.

  16. mnw says:

    U.S. jobless claims fall AGAIN– down 9000, to 221000. How low can it go?*

    *UE under the limbo stick!

  17. Tina says:

    Mcsalky needs to step up her game. Nice record, sheotty campaigner.

  18. dblaikie says:

    I have to agree that it is not a smart plan to attack a dead man. But having said that I remember that even though Trump did approve to allow the Senator to have a service that was Presidential in nature the family didn’t invite him and used it as a forum to attack him.

    I am one of those people who like the fact that finally in Trump we have someone who is willing to call out the media and stand up to them. But the other side of that coin is that we have someone who will call out and stand up to people that we think he should just keep quiet.

    Yes I wish Trump would keep quiet with folks like McCain. And yes I am glad that he nails the media every chance he gets. In the immortal words of Bitter, “both can be true.”

  19. jason says:

    “I was in York yesterday. Nobody could tell me where Jason lived. I even showed them a picture of him.”

    Ask for the Schlabach farm, go two miles east and make a left on Yoder Road. My place is halfway between the Zook and Lapp farms next to the Stoltzfuss farm. If you pass the Schrocks you have gone too far.

  20. jason says:

    Good job, Donald!

    Picking a fight with a dead man is really the way to convince people you should be re-elected!”

    I have to agree with Wes on this one.

    Really asinine.

    Zero upside.

    McCain received the dossier and passed it on to the FBI. I would have done the same. What the FBI did with it later is the problem, not the fact the got the dossier.

  21. jason says:

    Yes I wish Trump would keep quiet with folks like McCain. And yes I am glad that he nails the media every chance he gets. In the immortal words of Bitter, “both can be true.”

    Correct. I have no problem with Trump’s war on the media. It has to be done.

    War on McCain, who is not even alive anymore, stupid.

  22. Phil says:

    Yeah. He needs to shut up about McCain. That’s nuts. MCCain is a dead guy. It’s beyond nuts…and while he’s at it he needs to disengage from this nobody Conway character. Trump Is president. Act like it. Ignore.

  23. jason says:

    Robert Kraft tells prosecutors to pound sand even though evidently they have tapes of him getting oral sex.

    As someone who thinks prostitution should be legalized, I hope he prevails.

  24. Chicon says:

    Yep, the McCain thing has no upside. Bite your tongue on this one, Donald.

  25. jason says:

    Yep, giving Conway all this press IS stupid too.

    What he should say is George, I really appreciate your wife being so instrumental in getting me elected, and thank you for providing the type of home environment that allowed her to do so, so thank you for your contribution.

  26. Bitterlaw says:

    I am already working on my final post for HHR for the day I die. It will be updated regularly as my life and HHR continue. I will have the last word, bitches.

  27. Wes says:

    Sheep, I hate to say this, but you’re nothing but a brainwashed Trump sycophant. Even Mnw and Dblaikie were willing to acknowledge Trump did a stupid thing in attacking McCain seven months later.

    McCain is Dead. His family’s Snub of Trump is in the past too. Trump should either leave it alone or save commentary for his memoirs. All he does is reinforce the most negative stereotype about him with his puerile attack on a dead man.

    That’s why I’m convinced Trump will lose. He lacks the discipline keep from doing things like this. He won’t have a corrupt, unlivable, entitled elitist who comes under FBI investigation a week before the election as his opponent either.

    You’ll be on here blaming everyone not named Donald Trump for his loss next year too. It’s the unfortunate nature of the sycophant to assign blame to others not connected to an undesired outcome.

  28. Bitterlaw says:

    The dead guy always wins this type of fight. I was pleased that McCain used his funeral as a final F off to Trump. I only hope I can do the same to somebody when my time comes.

  29. Tina says:

    Precisely the way to handle gnatler and Schiffty.

    Tell them to pound sand, Congress cannot do sheot about it.

  30. jason says:

    the dems cannot be happy with these numbers

    none of these candidates have been attacked yet

    if these are true, they really need biden to be the nominee,

    unless the mueller report has something”

    Don’t be fooled by Biden’s numbers, its based purely on name recognition.

    On the other hand, after portraying McCain as an out of touch, doddering old fool who couldn’t remember how many homes he owned at 68, it will fun to see the MSM portray Biden as a vibrant, modern, savvy 78 year old.

  31. jason says:

    Sheep doesn’t see the hypocrisy in attacking McCain because he wouldn’t let go of Trump’s (stupid) attack on his military record. It won’t hurt to admit Trump has a little trouble letting go of attacks on him too.

  32. Phil says:

    What difference does it make? Beto says we’re all going to die soon anyway. Climate change has doomed us all. It’s over. Beto said so – unless of course we elect him to save us.

  33. jason says:

    More popcorn please.

    Mike Gravel is thinking of running.

    “I am considering running in the 2020 Democratic primary,’ he tweeted. ‘The goal will not be to win, but to bring a critique of American imperialism to the Democratic debate stage.”

    Besides making Bernie look young (he is 88) Gravel has some great opinions about the other Dem candidates.

    “amyklobuchar it’s hard to fight the big tech firms that abuse American workers when you also like to abuse American workers’.

    ‘CoryBooker melodramatically declared releasing inconsequential files on Brett Kavanaugh his “Spartacus moment.” This is me, in 1971, reading the Pentagon Papers into the record for hours on end, risking expulsion from the Senate. That’s real courage, Cory”

    “i sure do hope the faucets at @JoeBiden’s house are strong, with the amount of Iraqi blood on his hands”

    ‘”#KillerKamalaHarris just came around to supporting marijuana legalization, even though she smoked it herself in college. Meanwhile, I’ve served as the CEO of two marijuana companies. ”

    I hope he runs…

  34. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Everything said about The Donald is true. From a political standpoint, his brawling with Saint McCain and George Conway is counterproductive and has no upside. He has done this repeatedly since he announced for the Presidency with three quick examples: (1) the Mexican American Judge (2) the Muslim Gold Star father and (3) his constant criticism of Jeff Sessions.Cringe-worthy stuff, no doubt!
    If you, myself or any other HHR posters expect him to alter his conduct, you, me and we will be disappointed over and over again and will forever get into tizzies when he says things which are off the wall.

    That said, in my lifetime and possibly in the Country’s short existence, never have we come as close to an actual coup as we have with the Steele Dossier, a bogus document pushed by Saint McCain and his staff. For that, McCain should receive all the scorn possible and his name should live in political infamy. What McCain became a part of was almost as notorious as the plotters attempted in “Seven Days in May”.
    Will you condemn McCain for his scurrilous actions connected with the Dossier?

    Anyway, this so-called Trump sycophant voted for Marco Rubio in the 2016 NC Republican primary, but I am not pollyanish in my belief that Trump should be strongly supported, character warts and all, because of the Democrats attacks on the great traditions of our Country. Trump’s policies and agenda including exposing the corrosive MSM and attacking political correctness are a conservative’s dream. Do you agree?

  35. mnw says:

    Mortgage rates hit 13-month low.

    10 year bond yield also falls to 13-month low.

    Inflation? We ain’t got none. Jobs? Plenty of those.

    SOOOO much winning!

  36. Tina says:

    I think trump should have let it go. McCain took the dossier to try to do in Trump, McCain s choices from Iraq to Syria to Libya were disasters. His thumbs down was a further stain on him. He was a bitter person.

    With that said, Pius Comedy already had the dossier since the fib were in on it, McCain handed comedy someth8nf, comedy had.

  37. Tina says:

    You forgot leading economic indicators boom.

    Houses are just flying off here in the sf Bay Area.

    Multiple offers.

    Lots of new ipos.

    This is the 1998/1999, or 84/85 boom again for sure.

  38. Tina says:

    One more post script, I won’t spend (waste) further time on McCain.

    Not worth it.

  39. Tina says:


    Just got emailed from a contact I have in DC @ Justice.
    This person claims that trump will not be charged with anything, No collusion or obstruction or Drat wet dream.

    Same person claims that Charges are likely against the Commie, Comedy, and McFib. Brought by other investigations, not the SC.

    Take with a grain of salt. Time will tell.

  40. mnw says:


    I didn’t forget leading economic indicators– U.S. economy expanding again for first time in 5 months.

    If mortgage rates fall any further? Refinancing boom.

  41. Bitterlaw says:

    Any chance Tina immediately reported her contact for leaking information? No.

  42. lisab says:

    hi mnw,

    i think the economy will remain strong since the fed has indicated they will stop raising rates for now.

  43. lisab says:

    what strikes me is how bad the poll is for everyone but biden.

    except for biden, they are slightly ahead of trump based completely on they are the dem candidate.

    the dem primary will be horrifying.

    cnn: senator warren, what is your plan?

    warren: i am going to raise taxes to 70% on the middle class and give their houses to everyone who is currently on welfare. it is only fair.

    cnn: senator sanders, response?

    sanders: i am going to raise taxes to 80% on the middle class and give everyone who is unemployed universal income.

    cnn: yang?

    yang: i will raise taxes to 90% and give EVERYONE in the country universal income, even if they are employed!

    cnn: booker?

    booker: this is SPARTA!!!!!

  44. lisab says:

    the dems better choose biden

    cnn: vp biden, response?

    biden: you guys are all stupid! how will you pay for your silly plans? when i was a young boy in scotland, working in the coal mines … er … i mean wind farms … we knew the value of a euro … i mean pound … dollar … i mean dollar.

  45. lisab says:


    well obviously all the dem candidate plans are better than our current president whose only plan to help the poor is apparently to have them get a job … tch …

  46. lisab says:

    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gets so many death threats that a knock on her office door makes staffers ‘stiffen’ – and America’s newest political celebrity complains she can’t ‘go outside in sweats’ anymore

  47. jason says:

    McCain took the dossier to try to do in Trump”


    Steele gave the dossier to McCain and he passed it on.

    Nothing wrong with that. It was the right thing to do.

    If Trump had really wanted to get along with McCain he would not have insulted his military service and offended his honor. By doing so, he ensured the animus of someone just as revengeful and unlikely to bury the hatchet as guess who, Trump himself.

    Tina says she is not wasting any more time with McCain. Too bad Trump didn’t follow that same line of thinking a few years ago, his feud with McCain has certainly not had any upside for him.

    Picking the right fights to wage is not one of Trump’s strong suits.

  48. jason says:

    The Dem primary will be a slug fest and that is why I think a dark horse like Buttigieg will be the nominee.

    Not that I think this is good for Trump.

    His best chance is against a Sanders, Harris, Warren, Beto or Booker.

  49. jason says:

    Or Gillibrand.

  50. jason says:

    Or Yang.

  51. Phil says:

    Kamala Harris is strongest candidate in the field.

    She smoked pot you know.

  52. Tina says:

    Kamala can be beaten though,
    She always has that constipated look.

    Look at the hearings involving her and the Dhs secretary.

    That is how you handle Kamala.

  53. Wes says:

    Sheep, let me repeat this:

    McCain is DEAD.

    Bringing him up now serves no purpose. All Trump did was reinforce negative stereotypes about himself. The Steele Dossier would have been a relevant topic while McCain was alive. It’s not half a year after McCain died.

    Learning what fights to pick is not something Trump knows how to do. This is pointless and serves as one more thing that drowns out the good Trump accomplishes as President.

    It’s hard to get the good news out when Trump keeps getting in his own way. Honestly I wish I could say Trump has the discipline to keep from sabotaging himself as President. He does not. This is another unfortunate example of that.

  54. Wes says:

    mnw says:
    March 21, 2019 at 10:28 am
    Mortgage rates hit 13-month low.

    10 year bond yield also falls to 13-month low.

    Inflation? We ain’t got none. Jobs? Plenty of those.

    SOOOO much winning!

    That’s all good news, Mnw.

    This would be better news:

    Having Trump extol rather than pick a fight with a man seven months in the grave.

  55. Wes says:

    Correction so I’m clear:

    Having Trump extol the good economic news rather than pick a fight with a man seven months in the grave.

  56. Chicon says:

    Wes, is Trump’s thing with McCain a surprise to anyone at this point? Not to me. I thought he had no chance to win, mainly because of the personality traits shown in this McCain example. I was wrong.

  57. jason says:

    Remember when exaggerating crowd sizes was an almost impeachable offense?

    No? The the MSM doesn’t remember either.

    “Shortly after announcing her candidacy in early January for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) campaigned in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

    She excitedly posted a video of the “crowd” of supporters waiting to see her with the caption, “First event in Iowa, first overflow line in Iowa.”

    The 4 second video was sped up and was on a continuous repeat, which made it appear that a large crowd had gathered for the rally.

    One Twitter user, however, slowed down the video to “1/1024 speed” which told a very different story.

    Warren’s “overflow” line dwindled to around 85 people.”

  58. Wes says:

    It’s no shock to me, Chicon. I keep hoping Trump will grow in the office quit playing to his negatives. He invariably disappoints.

    Mnw posted a ton of positives about Trump. Who outside political junkies has heard about this?

    Probably hardly anyone because Trump had one of his trademark Twitter fits and shifted the narrative to what Americans dislike about him.

  59. jason says:

    Of course, if she held the rally in a hotel room, probably 85 was an overflow crowd.

  60. Wes says:

    When Reagan and Clinton were gearing up for re-election they played to their strengths, acted presidential, and limited their mistakes.

    Trump is doing the opposite. He would be cruising to reelection if he could practice even mild self-restraint.

    I know he still has time, but he’s making no use of his window to establish his narrative positively.

  61. jason says:

    Trump could still win because so much could happen between now and the election.

    But wes is right that Trump could help himself a lot if he picked the right fights.

    Fighting with McCain’s daughter and George Conway are not the right fights.

    Btw, Kellyanne finally told her husband to shut up, so to speak.

    Conway said she can “appreciate” Trump’s efforts to defend himself against her husband. She has been surprised that her husband has chosen to air his concerns about Trump so publicly, she added.

    “I was raised .?.?. in a household of strong Italian Catholic women who taught me that you air grievances like that in private, so it is very surprising to see it be so public,” Conway said.

    She said she and her husband have “certainly have had those conversations” about his tweeting, and she suggested that the media gives him too much attention. “I don’t know when the feminists are going to write the story about the unusual situation of a man getting power through his wife, but that’s what we have here,” she said.”

  62. jason says:

    She pretty much took George’s balls off..

    “write the story about the unusual situation of a man getting power through his wife, but that’s what we have here,” she said.”


  63. jason says:

    Wes, is Trump’s thing with McCain a surprise to anyone at this point?”

    Surprise no. Disappointing yes.

    So far we have one poster here (Sheep) defending this. Even the usual sycophants are not onboard.

  64. Chicon says:

    C’mon, Wes, you know that Reagan and Clinton who had earned their stripes before winning the office. Trump was a total outsider who did absolutely nothing by the rules, and won despite (or because of) that. He is what he’s always been. You’re giving reasonable political advice for a traditional client. That ain’t him.

  65. Wes says:

    Look at whom Trump ran against, Chicon. Hillary assumes she had it locked up and made it a point to denigrate Trump’s supporters. Then Comey reopened his investigation into her a week before the election.

    Do you honestly think the next Dem Trump faces is going to have the same problems Hillary had?

    There’s also a thing called personal reinvention in politics. In other words, a pol learns how to repackage himself to accommodate a changing mood in the electorate.

    Reagan ran as an antiestablishment candidate in 1976 and narrowly lost to an incumbent President.

    In 1980, Reagan ran as an anti communist tax cutter looking to stimulate the economy after the malaise of the Carter years. He won by a wide margin and ingratiated himself with the people.

    In 1984, Reagan ran as a strong steward of a growing economy and trounced Mondale on a feel-good campaign.

    In 1992, Clinton questioned GHWB’s connection with the American people and excoriated GHWB as a tax raiser whose policies had contributed to an economic downturn. He won.

    Four years later, Clinton played up his stewardship of the economy, rebranded himself as a so-called “New Democrat,” and extolled his willingness to work with a Republican Congress to improve the lives the American people. He won convincingly.

    In 2012, Trump ran as a rabble rouser seeking support from people Hillary ignored. He had no filter but could get away with it because Hillary was a detached, entitled elitist.

    Now Trump is still an unfiltered rabble rouser looking like everything Americans didn’t like about him in 2016.

    One of these is not like the others.

  66. Wes says:

    We can rationalize Trump’s puerile behavior and rest on the laurels of the past or acknowledge maybe Trump needs to do something different as President against another Democrat than Hillary to give people a reason to vote for him.

    Dems certainly aren’t going to repeat their mistakes of 2016.

  67. Wes says:

    Err, 2016, not 2012.

  68. Sheeple, Jr. says:


    You gotta love The Donald for this incredibly gutsy and “it’s about time” policy move regarding the Golan Heights!

    One humongous HOOYAH to the President of the United States, Donald J. Trump!!

    Corey’s reaction to this news will be telling.

    President Trump says it’s time for the U.S. ‘to fully recognize Israel’s Sovereignty over the Golan Heights’

  69. jason says:

    Pelosi has good political instincts, at least sometimes..

    And that’s a CNN poll…

    “The decline — from 43% in favor in December to 36% now — stems largely from a change in Democratic views on impeaching the President. In December, 80% of self-identified Democrats said they were in favor of impeachment — that now stands at 68%, a 12-point dip. Among independents and Republicans, support for impeachment has fallen 3 points over the same time.

    The only major subgroup among which the decline was larger than among Democrats is college graduates: 50% backed impeachment in December, 35% do so now. Combining the two to look at Democrats with college degrees, support for impeachment fell 17 points from 79% in December to 62% now…

    Overall, the share of Americans backing impeachment for Trump is the lowest level found since CNN began asking about it last June. Support had been as high as 47% last fall.”

  70. jason says:

    Dems certainly aren’t going to repeat their mistakes of 2016.”

    I don’t see how you can be sure of this.

    They are certainly overreaching.

    Maybe as you say they will correct later, but sometimes these things get away from you.

    I certainly made the point many times early in the 2016 primaries that the GOP wasn’t going to nominate Bush or Trump, that they were going to want to win the election after 8 years of Obama. I was right about Bush, wrong about Trump.

    Maybe the Dems will nominate their version of “Trump” who won’t be as lucky…

  71. NYCmike says:

    Trump is being himself. Not surprised by that, at all.

    Do I want him to change his behavior? Yes, to a point.

    My prediction: A new show, “Trump 2020” will debut next year, once the Democratic clown car starts careening down the “primary” path.

  72. Tina says:

    Rep Ilhan Omar Press Releases (parody)
    Press Release: Ilhan Omar rejects the U.S. president’s claims of sovereignty over the Golan Heights which are the occupied territory of Palestine from the river to the sea

  73. lisab says:

    trump should forget mccain

    the thing is, it really only affects never trumpers who were possibly rethinking their position and loved mccain — which is pretty much meaningless as far as 2020 is concerned

    similarly, the dems promising more and more free stuff is also meaningless, the people who it appeals to already voted for hillary.

    trump is an arse

    option b: economic suicide

  74. Bitterlaw says:

    Golden Gophers take out Louisville. LSU survives Yale. Madness!

  75. NYCmike says:

    -Posted this just in case the resident #NeverTrumpers ever use Charlottesville again.

  76. lisab says:

    my problem is hillary in 2016 is that i think she is a criminal and her husband is a rapist

    my problem with trump was

    a.) i did not believe he would even try to do any of the things he said he was going to do

    b.) i did not think he was competent enough to do the things he said he was going to do — which has turned out to be more accurate than a.)

    c.) he is an arse

    but i also agree with bitterlaw, i don’t think he really has an ideology per se. he is not a strict capitalist or socialist or neo conservative or nationalist or populist or pragmatist … he is more of a moment to moment arse

  77. Cash Cow TM says:


    Monkey birth a step to saving fertility of boys with cancer…

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  78. lisab says:

    Turns out VR works on chimps too, and they react just like us humans

    Well, I have the answer to a question you’ve probably never, ever asked: yes, VR does work on monkeys. And turns out they love it. It looks like the chimp in question is playing a balloon-popping game, which Myrtle Beach Safari posted to Imgur way back in 2016. Thanks to the ebbing and rolling tides of the internet the video has resurfaced and you can see the full thing in action below:

  79. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Trump has strong views on foreign trade that he has consistently held since the 1980s. Here is an interview with Oprah.

  80. NYCmike says:

    Hopefully, for the Turkish people, for NATO, and for the world, Erdogan will be defeated and Turkey will not jump off the cliff, aka islamist socialist/fascist state.

  81. lisab says:

    i agree he has had some consistent views over the years

    but he is not an ideologue

  82. lisab says:

    this seems like it will take a LOT of paperwork

    Georgia Democrats Retaliate for ‘Heartbeat’ Abortion Ban with Bill Requiring Men to Report Ejaculations

    Five female Democrats in the Georgia state House have sponsored a bill that would require middle-aged and older men to report their ejaculations to a county sheriff.

    State Rep. Dar’Shun Kendrick introduced HB 604, which states: “any male 55 years of age or older shall immediately report to the county sheriff or local law enforcement agency when such male releases sperm from his testicles.”

  83. jason says:

    “Trump has strong views on foreign trade that he has consistently held since the 1980s.”

    Absolutely, he has been a protectionist and isolationist advocate of the AFL-CIO agenda for decades.

  84. jason says:

    Republicans should make sure that vote passes by voting present.

  85. jason says:

    Huh, that ejaculation bill.

  86. jason says:

    ‘which are the occupied territory of Palestine”

    I am sure Syria will be happy to discover the Golan Heights are part of “Palestine”.

  87. jason says:

    Hopefully, for the Turkish people, for NATO, and for the world, Erdogan will be defeated and Turkey will not jump off the cliff, aka islamist socialist/fascist state.”

    I have been to Turkey a few times. It is hard to believe it could become an Islamic state, but I suppose my experience was basically in Ankara, which seemed very secular, and not in the provinces.

  88. jason says:

    LSU survives Yale”

    I had that… you guys should have bought my bracket.

  89. lisab says:

    Beto just endorsed a dem plan in NH to give illegal aliens drivers licenses, which gives them access to voting and welfare

  90. NYCmike says:

    “Saeb Erekat, a senior Palestinian official, said Trump’s move would destabilize the region.”

    -This statement is so funny!

    It’s like when Trump gets blamed for the No Korea situation, which has been the same way since 1953, when Trump was 7 years old!

  91. NYCmike says:

    -I agree with Fleischer.

    The media did a job on Dubya, and he reacted “Presidential”-ly……..even now, I am not sure anyone in the Bush family learned the error of that approach.

  92. Tina says:

    Looks like the last isis stronghold fell. You know the Jay vee team.

    Isis – created by Mute 43 and Franchised by the Obumbler.

  93. lisab says:

    oh dang!

    i need to report my hubby again …

    wait i know …

    amazon search … salmon … salt … saltpeter …

  94. Bitterlaw says:

    Isis – created by Mute 43 and Franchised by the Obumbler.

    Tina is right. There were no Islamic terror groups before ISIS. Except for Al Queda. And all the others.

  95. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    94. “Looks like the last isis stronghold fell”

    Yes, it fell to the Kurdish Syrian Democratic forces which we have been supporting, and who Trump unwisely decided to abandon last December. That decision thankfully has been reversed.

    Isis has gone underground, and will be back. It still has a lot of support from Sunnis in Iraq and Syria. Trump’s bud Erdogan was quietly supporting them as well.

  96. Wes says:

    ISIS was formed in 1999. It was, however, one of the terrorist groups GWB let run roughshod over Iraq for years before finally deciding to do something different.

    Curiously Bitter claims to have had a problem with how GWB was conducting things in Iraq before the surge but has never produced a single post of his predating the surge confirming this.

    I wonder why…

  97. lisab says:

    how many salafi terror groups have had their own country?

  98. lisab says:

    we are the Harakat Ahrar al-Sham al-Islamiyya!

    the only people we hate more than the western dogs are the Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen!

    and of course the
    Harakat al-Shuada’a al Islamiyah!

    and those damn

    Harakat Ansar al-Din, but that goes without saying!

  99. Wes says:

    It seems CAIR was behind the House resolution that effectively excused what Ilhan Omar said:

    Of course most Jews are too loyal to the Dems to be remotely concerned about anti-Semitic influence in the party though. Some chickens will always vote for Colonel Sanders apparently.

  100. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    The U.S. was an original supporter of Islamic terrorist groups, including bin Laden, when they were fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan. Believe
    Bhutto from Pakistan warned us that we were creating a frankenstein monster. Carter and Reagan set it up.

  101. Tina says:

    Yup, trump is best buddies with the head of the Ottoman Empire wannabe.

    Trump abandoned the Kurds.

    Isis is Aq

    The jebots actually are real conservatives, who work.

    I read it all right here.

  102. Wes says:

    At the time, SDC, the Soviets were our worst enemy. We had to use the resources at hand to beat them. Forcing them out of Afghanistan required locals who knew the terrain and could use the resources we provided to maximum effect.

    Unfortunately we did create an enemy for a later day, but at the time we had to be concerned with the immediate threat rather than an esoteric future one.

    Neither Clinton nor GWB paid serious attention to the nascent problem till 9/11 finally forced our hand.

  103. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    If anyone was contemplating a nice drive on Highway 395 in California this March. Forget it, the snow bank is almost high enough up to block the road sign:

  104. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    104. I agree Wes. In fact our challenging the Soviets in Afghanistan using the Mujaheddin played a major part in bringing the Soviet Union down.

    I was just pointing out the facts when we attempt to blame Islamic terrorism on a contemporary president of either party.

  105. Hugh says:

    Would any democrat have taken a dossier on Clinton to the fbi? Not a chance. Why because they understand the stakes. McCain became a bitter old man with a McCain agenda who could care less about anyone but himself. He was a war hero who became a disgrace. He participated in a coup against his own party because in the end he was a small man of little character. Btw trump is a first class jerk but that has nothing to do with McCain betraying the party that nominated him to be president.

  106. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    104. It reminds me of those who attack the U.S. for helping the Soviet Union during World War II. We badly needed the Soviets and their army on the Eastern Front to win WWII.

  107. Hugh says:

    101. Not quite true. Secular Jews will vote dem but religious Jews who will eventually be the plurality vote republican. The dems have done the math. Muslims have high birth rates and in a very short time have become loyal democrats abandoning the Jews is is simple math. With democrats it’s all about winning.

  108. lisab says:

    Would any democrat have taken a dossier on Clinton to the fbi?

    honestly, i would have …

    i think if you are an elected official you have a duty to report it if you are given evidence, even speculative evidence, even seemingly bizarre evidence, that the nominee elect is working for the russians.

    but i would have kept it quiet and not spread it to the press and 6 other law makers

  109. Hugh says:

    Well. You are not in Congress. So let me clarify would any democrat in congress give a dossier on Clinton to the fbi. Oh they did not need a dossier yet not one criticized her.

  110. lisab says:

    because … what if it were true and you did not report it?

  111. lisab says:


    i think it is not a good policy to assume that your political adversaries will always do the wrong thing

  112. Hugh says:

    You are missing my point but in 10 questions any reasonable person would be skeptical. McCain was a stooge for the dems and I am sure knew it was garbage. He did not care.

  113. Hugh says:

    Are you serious? What dem seriously cared about Hillary as she bleached and destroy her hard drive?Crickets. What dem has complained that a Hillary paid a foreign spy to dig up dirt from websites on her political opponent? I am confident that we can assume the other side will never do the right thing if it hurts them.

  114. Bitterlaw says:

    I also would have turned over the dossier. Deal with it.

  115. NYCmike says:

    2008, when Dubya left office, Iraq was in a state of peace, relative to that region, in the aftermath of taking out Hussein.

    For Wes to keep yapping about Bush while he ignores the state of that country when Bush left it is as delusional as “CG” saying that Trump is as bad or worse than any of these Democratic candidates for President.

  116. NYCmike says:

    “I also would have turned over the dossier. Deal with it.”

    -Not surprised.

    Would you also have voted “thumbs down” on the Obamacare bill up for that vote?

    Would you also have pushed a bill like McCain-Feingold?

    Would you also find yourself nominated for President of the United States and NOT do every last thing (or have your Lee-Atwater-type-surrogates) to get elected instead of a demagogue like Obama?

  117. jason says:

    I also would have turned over the dossier. Deal with it.”

    Me too.

    And I could do that and still disagree with McCain on McCain-Feingold and his Obamacare vote.

  118. jason says:

    Jews that don’t have a problem with Omar’s comments just because they are also liberal are suffering from the Stockholm Syndrome.

  119. lisab says:

    Would you also have voted “thumbs down” on the Obamacare bill up for that vote?


    i would have voted opposite of mccain

  120. Wes says:

    Ah, yes, Bitter. You finally admit you don’t care about all the people GWB let die because of his poorly run war in Iraq. It only took him almost five years to realize he should have handled things better, but, hey, all the people who died on his watch are meaningless because you got your war.

    Thanks for clearing that up.

    I notice you can extol how perfectly GWB handled things because you never had to worry about being in the hot zone.

    That says a lot about you.

  121. jason says:

    “McCain was a stooge for the dems”

    Actually no, McCain was never a stooge for anyone.

    Unfortunately, some so called conservatives have a problem with that.

    I don’t.

    I bet McCain has done more for his country, for the Republican Party and for conservative values than 10,000 morons that want to call him a Democrat.

  122. jason says:

    ou finally admit you don’t care about all the people GWB let die because of his poorly run war in Iraq.”


    wes’ TDS is hilarious.

  123. Wes says:

    Heh. Mikey thinks any Republican would have won in 2008 after Lehman Brothers crashed and GWB sank to 29% popularity.

    No wonder Mikey strictly supports Deadenders in Senate primaries. He has exactly zero knowledge of how politics works.

  124. lisab says:

    wes’ TDS is hilarious.

    that would be BDS

  125. jason says:

    I bet GWB saved 100 times more lives with his highly successful and necessary War on Terror.


    The right man at the right time, wes should get on his knees and thank his lucky stars GWB was President on 9/11 and not a nutcase like Al Gore.

  126. jason says:

    Yes BDS, TDS is Corey.

    But the idiocy is comparable.

  127. Wes says:

    Hm. Let’s see, Jason. Busk took us into Iraq. He spent years ignoring the worsening situation.

    Naturally that feeds into Trump Derangement Syndrome.

    I’m not even going to try to figure out how criticism of Bush has anything to do with Trump.

  128. Bitterlaw says:

    So NYC has no integrity and only does what is political rather than what is right. Sounds like a Dem.

    I would have voted for the Do Not Repeal Do Not Replace Obamacare Bill. Of course, it would not have really done anything to Obamacare so it did matter.

    McCain-Feingold? Probably not .

    McCain tried hard to beat Obama. He also had to beat an economic crisis and a historic candidate with race on his side. He could not beat all 3.

  129. Wes says:

    GWB: the failed President who lied us into a war and did nothing for years while terrorists ran roughshod over Iraq.

    The right man at the right time, I suppose—if you’re a terrorist or Obama supporter.

  130. Bitterlaw says:

    Wes – WTF are you talking about? As for not being I. The hot zone, GFY you coward. I tried multiple times to enlist. I was invited to West Point asa HS Senior for a physical. Nobody had asked about me being diabetic until that visit. I took ROTC classes in college and the Colonel who taught the class investigated and tried to obtain a waiver for me to enlist. He could not. I interviewed with tge Army, Marines and Air Force to get into the JAG. The only prejudice still allowed in the military is against diabetics.

    You never tried to enlist, scumbag. You see that as some sort of virtue that allows you to pontificate on foreign policy. It really just makes you a p*ssy.

  131. Hugh says:

    So you would turn over a dossier from sources you do not know without asking questions that on its face looks like a hit job and be fine with that? Okay get use to losing. They picked McCain for a reason. Not because he’s fair minded but because he was a vindictive bitter man who hated trump. The dossier was such a joke they needed a republican to give some credibility. Has anyone tried to claim McCain with all his sources tried to verify anything? Nope. Oh and again would any democrat do it??

  132. Bitterlaw says:

    I wonder if Corey and Wes hang out together at DailyKOS when they get their GWB and Trump talking points.

  133. Wes says:

    I hit a nerve there, didn’t I, Bitter?

    I wasn’t someone pontificating on how Iraq was some kind of grand foreign policy endeavor. That was you. No, I didn’t serve, but, hey, at least I don’t still support the incompetent moron who decided to do nothing while thousands died senselessly.

    Again, that was you.

    You got Obama and a few hundred thousand dead people for your efforts.


  134. Bitterlaw says:

    So Hugh has no integrity because Dems have no integrity. Good to know.

  135. Bitterlaw says:

    You voted for GWB twice, Wes. You own everything he did as much as I do. Save your lectures.

  136. Wes says:

    I only wish I could have those votes back, Bitter.

    You simply can’t imagine how quickly I would have relocated to Florida and not only voted for Gore but bussed a few thousand Democrats to the polls to take GWB out.

  137. Bitterlaw says:

    You didn’t serve because you are a coward, Wes. You hang with strippers because no normal or decent woman would have you.

    Of course, I value your contributions here and wish you well. And GFY.

  138. Bitterlaw says:

    So Wes and Corey get talking points from DailyKOS and both can justify wanting Dems to win. Good to know.

  139. Wes says:

    Bitter is still proud of having voted for a guy who thinks “Is our children learning?” is the correct way to phrase a question.

  140. Wes says:

    I value your contributions too, Bitter, but I’ll never cease to excoriate you for your proud support for one of the worst most incompetent Presidents ever to lead this country.

  141. Wes says:

    Don’t get me wrong. Gore would have been bad—just in a different way from GWB.

  142. Hugh says:

    I didn’t say I had no integrity. I did not say McCain had no integrity. I did say the Democrats have no integrity. But any Republican who would take the BS in that dossier and turn it over to the FBI without any thought or question Is not showing integrity. I cannot believe that anyone can defend McCain’s actions since it is clear he did nothing to determine if it wasn’t anything but a hit job.McCain did it out of vindictiveness and selfishness. They gave this to McCain because they knew he would do what he did out of his spite. They did not take it to Graham or if like they took it to McCain. And I as everyone on here knows I think Trump is a first class jerk and narcissist. I am now Trump fan. But I cannot believe anyone thinks McCain did this as some noble act. We should all know he did not.

  143. NYCmike says:

    “So NYC has no integrity and only does what is political rather than what is right. Sounds like a Dem.”

    -I never stated what I myself would have done, A-Hole.

    I did put some of McCain’s other non-conservative actions on display to see if you would have followed him in those instances as well.

    Me hand over the dossier? Maybe. I would have asked for advice from a good lawyer first, like Rudy G or Obama’s best buddy KrispyKremeChristie, or maybe Mark Levin or Andrew McCarthy.

  144. Bitterlaw says:

    Worst most incompetent.”

    You were talking about grammar, Wes?

  145. Wes says:

    Oh, boy! I didn’t put a comma in, Bitter!

    Fate forfend!

    Apparently I overestimated your ability to understand the English language.

    Here, if it’ll make you feel better…

    I value your contributions too, Bitter, but I’ll never cease to excoriate you for your proud support for one of the worst, most incompetent Presidents ever to lead this country.

    Happy now?

  146. Wes says:

    Since I apparently need to give you a grammar lesson, Bitter, worst is the superlative form of bad while most incompetent is the superlative form of incompetent.

    There. I hope I cleared things up.

  147. NYCmike says:

    I think Wes is pissed that “CG” has made the HHR Most Sanctimonious Award his personal play-thing…..he is really trying his best to get it back.

  148. Bitterlaw says:

    You are the one who F’ed up the comma, Wes. Your other explanation is also absurd. “One of the worst most incompetent Presidents” is tortured usage. You should have left out “most” since your intention was to convey GWB was one of the worst of the incompetent Presidents.

  149. Wes says:

    How does a lawyer in America not understand basic English?

    My intention was to say GWB is one of the worst AND most incompetent Presidents ever. Use of two adjectives in superlative form is in no way tortured. I would suppose PA would only license attorneys who made it past sixth-grade English.

    I would be wrong.

  150. Bitterlaw says:

    I know what you meant, Wes. You did not say it correctly. Both can be true.

  151. Bitterlaw says:

    Commas matter.

  152. janz says:

    Lots of people seem to have axes to grind with McCain. The negative word most commonly used to describe him is “petty.” However, Trump is mirroring McCain’s behavior by being equally petty in deriding McCain publicly, at every opportunity he can. It’s too bad Trump can’t see the bigger picture & restrain his appetite to malign someone who is now out of the picture.

    Having said that, though, I think Trump still has a viable chance to be re-elected. Reading V D Hansen’s book, The Case For Trump, encourages that belief.

  153. Robbie says:

    It appears tomorrow may well be the day Robert Mueller delivers his report to the Justice Department so I wanted to once again restate how I have always expected this investigation would likely end because I don’t wants scumbags like Jason fraud to manipulate or lie about what I have said.

    Collusion (conspiracy)- I do not think Trump ever actively sought to or oversaw any effort to conspire with Russians to manipulate the election. However, I do believe people associated with his campaign did do plenty of shady and illegal things mostly because Trump’s 2016 campaign was the island of misfit toys and everyone was looking to enrich themselves off his campaign. I would be shocked if we learn otherwise on this issue.

    Obstruction of justice- I believe Trump clearly sought to impede the investigation into himself and his campaign. He said as much in his interview with Lester Holt in May 2017. However, to qualify as obstruction of justice there needs to be criminal intent and I don’t think Trump ever really understood that he was breaking the law so I think it’s unlikely there will be any charges on that issue as well.

    As far as a final report, I am disappointed we are not going to get a comprehensive accounting of what Trump and his allies were up to in the 2016 election. I would like to know what they were doing, but the regulations don’t require Mueller write a comprehensive report and Bob Barr made clear in his confirmation hearing we are not going to see whatever Mueller report he receives. We’re going to get Bob Barr’s report on what Mueller wrote.

    In the future, I think Congress should address a loophole that is clearly going to benefit Trump. DOJ policy says that a president can’t be indicted. Fine. DOJ policy also says that information about those who are not indicted should not be released to the public. Again, fine. However, those two rules effectively say a president, whether Trump or any future one, can commit criminal acts but the public won’t be able to know it since presidents can’t be indicted and those who aren’t indicted shouldn’t have negative info released about them.

  154. Tina says:

    Jebot tears.

    Paper plane crashes.

    Told you from the get go.

  155. jason says:


    Amoral Scumbag and Katy Tur are moving the goalposts on the same day.

    MSNBC’s Katy Tur: It Doesn’t Matter if There Was No Collusion, Mueller Already Has ‘Quite a Bit’ on Trump.

    Birds of a feather.

  156. jason says:

    o you would turn over a dossier from sources you do not know without asking questions that on its face looks like a hit job and be fine with that? ”


    The FBI is the appropriate agency to determine if its a hit job or not, not McCain’s.

    Next question?

  157. jason says:

    Amoral Scumbag admits there is nothing to indict Trump on but is very upset Trump can’t be indicted.

    And some people question why I call him Amoral Scumbag.

  158. Tina says:

    The problem is that one cannot obstruct a counter intelligence investigation. I know Fib claim that they were doing such an investigation, but they were carrying water for Hillary-Russian- dossier.

    Their admissions of conducting a counter intelligence investigation, when the chief consumer of such an investigation is the president, kneecaps from the start any obstruction.

  159. jason says:

    As far as a final report, I am disappointed we are not going to get a comprehensive accounting of what Trump and his allies were up to in the 2016 election.”

    After admitting Trump did nothing illegal, Amoral Scumbag wants to know what Trump was “up to” in the 2016 election.


  160. Tina says:

    And wait until the jebots in congress call for an appearance of Mulehead.

    As an sp, Mulehead technically works for the executive branch aka the President.

    Good luck trying to get him to appear under exec privilege.

    But we can save this for another Jebot day of tears..

  161. jason says:

    And of course firing Comey was not going to stop any investigation, and Trump and everyone else in America except maybe Amoral Scumbag knew that.

  162. jason says:

    It’s telling Amoral Scumbag has no interest in getting to the bottom of what clearly looks like illegal activity targeting Trump.

    Amoral Scumbag has no curiosity about that. None.

    The ends justify the means.

  163. jason says:

    t appears tomorrow may well be the day Robert Mueller delivers his report to the Justice Department so I wanted to once again restate how I have always expected this investigation would likely end because I don’t wants scumbags like Jason fraud to manipulate or lie about what I have said.”

    Translation: after swallowing the MSM garbage for 2 years I don’t want jason to say I swallowed the MSM garbage for 2 years.

  164. lisab says:

    So you would turn over a dossier from sources you do not know without asking questions that on its face looks like a hit job and be fine with that?


    yes, i would quietly turn it over to the fbi and tell them my concerns about where it came from — assuming they have the agents who could verify the contents, (or not).

    i would not have given it out to a dozen people they way mccain did, but i would have informed someone in the fbi or similar national intelligence position


    regardless of party

  165. Chicon says:

    Would there have been any difference in Robbie’s post, had it been President Jeb who was the victim of the fabrication? Prolly not, cause he’s consistent.

  166. Chicon says:

    Lisa, I think the McCain deal comes down to whether he knew the dossier was campaign dirt paid for by the other side. If he was aware, I think he should’ve left it alone. Otherwise, I can support his actions.

  167. lisab says:

    my point is that it is not for a senator to investigate such a document.

    we have agents trained to investigate.

    if it was crap, they should have known in say 48 hours if they really wanted to know

  168. Chicon says:

    I agree with that, Lisa. I don’t know what McCain knew about the origin of the document, but if he shoulda known it was garbage, I think he should’ve left it alone. But it should be safe to have a US Senator give such a document to the FBI without worry it will be used for political reasons. That’s not on McCain unless he knew what it would be used for – and I’m not aware of any evidence he was.

  169. Tina says:

    McCain’s involvement aside, it is his ex aide that may be the bigger concern here:

    David Kramer

  170. Bitterlaw says:

    So we might get the report today? Since that has been incorrectly predicted to happen for more than a year, I will believe it when it actually happens.

    Bold prediction- no matter what is in the report, Trump supporters will say it proves Trump did nothing wrong and is the best person to walk the Earth since Jesus. Corey and Robbie will say the report proves that Trump actually is an evil robot created and controlled by Putin.

  171. TrumpIsPeteWilson says:

    Bitterlaw is such a poor lawyer. As if creating bad false equivalencies ever worked in any courtroom except maybe a small claims court.

    The amount of ambuluances to chase must be small today for him to share his puerile “legal” opinion.

    Though I admit it’s a step up from Tina’s mentally-deranged copypasta.

  172. jason says:

    I nominate TrumpisPeteWilson as the most moronic troll here for 2019.

    I know, it’s early, but let’s face it, he will be hard to beat despite the competition from Proud Marxist ObamaCON, Messy Moron and “Small Socialist Businessman” Paul.

  173. jason says:

    Bold prediction- no matter what is in the report, Trump supporters will say it proves Trump did nothing wrong and is the best person to walk the Earth since Jesus. Corey and Robbie will say the report proves that Trump actually is an evil robot created and controlled by Putin”

    Maybe, but this implies there is some sort of equivalency here, which there isn’t.

    The Special Counsel was appointed to investigate whether there was collusion between Trump and the Russians, and in over 2 years there has not been a shred of evidence to support that. None. Nada. Zilch. None of the indictments so far even come close to showing that, and if it is true there are no more indictments, there will be no collusion charge.

    Amoral Scumbag and Corey can claim whatever they want, they will still be wrong. Their dreams of overturning the results of the election through some sort of coup are pretty much over. Their only hope now is that they can elect a socialist to “punish” Trump for trashing Jeb Bush.

  174. jason says:

    don’t know what McCain knew about the origin of the document, but if he shoulda known it was garbage,”


    How could he know it was garbage? It supposedly came from a trusted source, this Steele guy is a partisan hack first and spy second, but McCain didn’t know that at the time. And even if he did, wasn’t his decision to rule on the merits of the dossier, it was, as he says, his duty to pass it on to be investigated.

    The McCain haters are free to keeping harping on this, but the fact is he did the right thing.

    Those still whining about McCain should remember this:

    “He’s not a war hero,” said Trump. “He was a war hero because he was captured. I like people who weren’t captured.”

    I said at the time Trump would regret this, and that it was enough for me not to vote for him.

    Both ended up to be true.

    And since Trump rode down that escalator, I still think it’s by far the stupidest thing he has said.

  175. Bitterlaw says:

    I disagree. The viewpoints are equivalent. There will be no objective judgment from either side. The talking points are ready to go. What the report actually says will be irrelevant because the conclusions are already made.

  176. Chicon says:

    Always easy to get Jason to bite on McCain! He wouldn’t mind McCain killing one of his llamas. He can’t even say McCain would’ve been wrong to take a campaign document to the FBI if he knew it would be used for political reasons rather than a criminal or intelligence investigation. He gets so fired up that he ignores parts of posts stating that it’s a hypothetical because the facts aren’t known.

    Don’t worry, McCain’s status as a war hero is intact.

  177. Bitterlaw says:

    Chicon – McCain’s status as a war hero is not intact with everybody. Dirtbag Draft Dodger Trump did not consider him a war hero when he made his vile comment.

  178. Wes says:

    On their morning roundup—the best thing about the site—RRH has one bad thing and one good thing for Trump.

    The bad: Dems are heavily investing in flipping MI, WI, and PA by directly appealing to Trump voters in the states.

    The good: Economic indicators suggest Trump will win re-election.

    Both articles are worth a look.

  179. Chicon says:

    Bitter, who care if Trump takes an idiotic position on the definition of “war hero”? His definition can be, and is different from mine. Personally, I don’t care about his thoughts on McCain. Politically I wish he’d keep his thoughts to himself.

    McCain is widely thought of as a war hero. That’s not gonna change.

  180. Wes says:

    The comments by the Dems on the economic article are hilarious. They do everything in their power to claim Obama created this economic boom.

    The only problem is that the economy was weak and sluggish the whole time Obama was President. It never began to seriously improve till Trump reversed many Obama-era economic policies and began allowing for growth in the economy.

    I give Trump all the credit in the world for his impact on the US economy. It only makes logical sense given how poorly Obama handled things during his eight years in the White House.

  181. jason says:

    If a guy who was shot down, tortured and maimed and spend years in a hellhole of a POW camp is not a war hero I would like to hear Chicon’s definition of a war hero.

    The fact Chicon wants to deny the definition of war hero to McCain because he disagrees with him politically says a lot about Chicon.

    But he is right, McCain’s status a war hero won’t be changed by cheap shots by people who haven’t sacrificed one thousandth of what McCain did for his country, or contributed one thousandth of what McCain did for his country.

  182. jason says:

    He can’t even say McCain would’ve been wrong to take a campaign document to the FBI if he knew it would be used for political reasons rather than a criminal or intelligence investigation.”


    What drivel.

    Would have been wrong? Is that the best your small mind can come up with?

    He was not wrong, he got the document from someone who rightly or wrongly had credibility with the intelligence services and he passed it on to the FBI.

    The “if he knew it was garbage” is complete character assassination, there was no way to establish that without an investigation that McCain was not equipped or tasked to do.

  183. jason says:

    Ok I see now that Chicon did not say McCain was not a war hero, I misread it, I see he said it was Trump that had a different definition of what a war hero was, not him.

    I take that comment back. My concentration is not good when its been 6 hours since breakfast is my excuse.

  184. jason says:

    disagree. The viewpoints are equivalent. There will be no objective judgment from either side.”

    BS. There is no “equivalency in the viewpoints”.

    There was never any evidence Trump colluded with Russians.

    So those whose viewpoints were based on supposition and wishful thinking and MSM garbage should not be deemed “equivalent”.

  185. Phil says:

    McCain was a war hero. McCain was a vindictive ass and a MSM suck up. The guy is dead and buried. All three things are true.

    Sick of hearing about the guy….especially from those on the left now acting like he was the greatest thing since sliced bread. They savaged him when it suited them.

    Move on.

  186. lisab says:

    mccain is dead

    forget him

  187. Bitterlaw says:

    If Jason wants to pretend that the pro-Trump and anti-Trump forces are not 100% committed to their viewpoint and will never concede any point, regardless of evidence or lack of evidence, he is free to do so. The talking points were written by both sides 2 years ago. They just need the report to hit send on the press releases and line up thevtv appearances.

  188. TrumpIsPeteWilson says:

    This is for Wes who decided to try to get away with lying again.

    Seriously the commentators on this site are off the wall with the brazen lying.

  189. Wes says:

    Yes, TIPW, I was lying by mentioning a Politico article:

    Here’s the article by the way. It cites its sources.

    Your article says economic observers predict lower growth as things go along. A prediction is worth nothing till it actually happens. The economy may slow or may increase. That wasn’t my point as I was strictly talking about the prediction models used by the groups cited in the article—who say based on their data Trump will win reelection.

    That you had to rush breathlessly to find something to accuse me of lying does say a lot—none of it good.

    By the way, I’ve repeatedly said Trump will lose next year because he’s a sanctimonious, loudmouthed arse who keeps getting in his own way.

    You really are a f ucking idiot.

  190. NYCmike says:

    “Bold prediction- no matter what is in the report, Trump supporters will say it proves Trump did nothing wrong and is the best person to walk the Earth since Jesus. Corey and Robbie will say the report proves that Trump actually is an evil robot created and controlled by Putin.”

    -Law school really f*cks with a person’s mind.

  191. NYCmike says:

    “By the way, I’ve repeatedly said Trump will lose next year because he’s a sanctimonious, loudmouthed arse who keeps getting in his own way.”

    -Wes also, repeatedly, said he was going to lose to Hillary……..just sayin’ is all…..

  192. NYCmike says:

    “These questions have a personal relevance. In a variety of public and private posts over the past 30 years, I have done my part to give the center-right party in the United States an agenda and message of social justice, rooted in ideals of solidarity with the poor and suffering and a concern for the common good. That project is in ruins. The constituency for compassionate conservatism (as a friend put it) is less of a political party than a dinner party. The main messages of today’s GOP are demographic panic, ethnonationalist pride and a nihilistic destruction of norms, institutions and elites.”

    -He mentions “social justice” and “compassionate conservatism”. Amazing that even after Dubya’s attempt and failure, and with all of the “SJW”‘s running around creating havoc on college campuses and other places, these “Republicans” refuse to see the error in trying to use BIG GOVERNMENT, and the mainstream media, to help them accomplish goals better performed by individuals, civic institutions, and religious organizations.

  193. Bitterlaw says:

    195 Are you honestly saying that if the report showed evidence of wrongdoing by Trump that you will accept it rather than doing everything possible to justify and explain it away? I call bs in that.

    Personally, I don’t expect to see any evidence that Trump or those around him did anything wrong related to the 2016 election.

  194. dblaikie says:

    Well what do you know the left’s darling Ms. Ohmar is reportedly meeting on the sly with groups with direct ties to Islamic terrorism. Can anyone spell antisemitism?

  195. dblaikie says:

    It is dejaview all over again. The bond market yield curve is inverted, as usual all the talking heads wring their hands and stocks cave. For the next week the Times and Post and MSNBC will be talking about the upcoming recession. But then a new report will come out making the bond report bogus. Stocks will rise, and no one will report it. This is the continual song and dance in the Trump era.

  196. dblaikie says:

    Jason is right McCain was a war hero. But being a human being he a weakness for being vindictive. Because of that he hated Trump and wanted to see him destroyed. We will never know if he knew the dossier was crap. But we do know that his actions once Trump took the oath was to undermine and belittle the President any chance he could. The trouble is no matter how hard Trump tries a person who never served in war cannot belittle a war hero even though he was a vindictive war hero.

    I say this as someone who supports Trump’s policies but also I believe that often he is his own worst enemy. Wes believes that this is so true, that even though the democrats are fielding almost a comical field of candidates, Trump will still blow it. I disagree with him on this certainty, but rather is a possibility even though I think Trump will win.

  197. NYCmike says:

    I can’t imagine being beaten, tortured and held in captivity for years and then giving 2 sh*ts about what a guy like Trump would say about me…….but then again, I can’t imagine thinking that the mainstream media would be fair and impartial if I was a Presidential candidate against an Obama-like-figure…….Or giving a thumbs-down on legislation repealing a huge, intrusive federal law that will make it harder for the majority of United States CITIZENS to get good, affordable, timely healthcare services.

  198. NYCmike says:

    ” I call bs in that.”

    -In the past, and into the present, you tend to ignore my comments when they go against your preconceived notions, so I won’t bother trying to dissuade you.

    Like “CG” in regard to certain things……

  199. NYCmike says:

    -I like his repeated use of the “Perhaps mistakenly, I drew adverse inferences.” line, a la William Shakespeare.

    Poetic justice, eventually?

    We can only hope and dream…….2020 will be a very interesting year, if it doesn’t all end in 2019!

  200. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    BREAKING: per Josh Dawsey at the Washington Post
    “The Mueller report has been delivered to DOJ, per @DevlinBarrett and @mattzap. The investigation is over.”

  201. lisab says:

    new zealand banning guns

    is proof terrorism works

    change my mind

  202. NYCmike says:

    The simple fact that all of these things get dropped on a Friday afternoon after 4PM is another reason why Trump was elected…….these arseholes, like McCain and Schumer, would already be calling their make-up people, to prepare them for face-time on Sunday morning. Any reason at all to avoid their constituents and/or their families.


  203. lisab says:

    typically you drop bad news on friday afternoon

    if they had a bomb, it would be dropped on monday morning so it would last all week.

  204. Chicon says:

    No further indictments. Although there are a bunch of sealed indictments already out there.

  205. dblaikie says:

    No indictments!

  206. lisab says:

    somewhere half-truth corey/robbie is frantically refreshing daily kos and bill kristol’s twitter feed waiting for something bad to leak

  207. Bitterlaw says:

    Or giving a thumbs-down on legislation repealing a huge, intrusive federal law that will make it harder for the majority of United States CITIZENS to get good, affordable, timely healthcare services.

    Of course, the proposed law would not have done what NYC claims but he always leaves out that detail.

  208. Messy says:

    206. Terrorism has always worked except for the Bombing of London in 1940.

    There have been 36 indictments. Michael Flynn’s business partner will go on trial in July and Roger Stone in November.

    I look forward to reading the summary of the report in the upcoming weeks and watching Meuller testify in a month or two.

  209. Hugh says:

    If the dossier was about Lindsey Graham McCain would have buried it. McCain is a war hero and a vindictive &$;@:&$;

  210. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    213. “There have been 36 indictments”

    25 of which were Russians who worked on troll farms or otherwise were minor flunkies.

  211. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    206. “new zealand banning guns is proof terrorism works. change my mind”

    The purpose of the terrorist was not to get New Zealand to enact new gun control laws. So what is your point?

  212. Bitterlaw says:

    2 of my favorite traits are pettiness and vindictiveness. They show devotion to oneself and integrity. Letting things go means you lack conviction.

  213. lisab says:

    hawaiian judge rules end of mueller investigation unconstitutional

    orders trump to reinstate

  214. lisab says:

    #216 it depends on whose purpose

  215. mnw says:

    202 NYC

    You know we share a lot of views, but your analysis here is really simplistic. Many career AF officers detested him– AF Lt. Gen. (ret) Thomas McInerney, to name one, got fired from FOX News for casually referring to him as “Talkin’ John.”

    208 lisab

    That’s perceptive. I think u r right.

  216. lisab says:

    when trump leaves office

    he may have to fly to switzerland to avoid prosecution by random dem ags across the country

  217. dblaikie says:

    I wonder which candidate will be the first to turn on Robert Mueller? I can here it now, “after all he is a Republican!” I will put my money on Camilla Harris.

  218. dblaikie says:

    Of course I fully expect Wormtongue to turn on Mueller as soon as he has the guts to turn up here.

  219. Hugh says:

    I am the picture of virtue and integrity. I think we can all agree on that

  220. NYCmike says:

    -That “islamophobe” Tommy Robinson (?) in England did the same thing recently……wonder if they know each other?

  221. NYCmike says:

    “Of course, the proposed law would not have done what NYC claims but he always leaves out that detail.”

    -You are correct, SIR!

    Unfortunately, the straight repeal legislation that was passed by a Republican Congress while Obama was President **somehow** was NOT brought back up for a vote……

  222. Tina says:

    Hopefully, the jebots are medicated tonite.

  223. Phil says:

    Me too, Tina. No indictments. The first clue was Comey’s op ed saying he suddenly “doesn’t care” if there are any indictments. LOL. Yeah, sure you don’t, pal.

    CNN has been saying for two years just wait til the report. Trump’s son and brother in law are going to prison.


  224. Tina says:


    There are also no sealed indictments.

  225. Chicon says:

    Tina, I thought I read that there were 10+ sealed indictments already filed?

  226. Ron N says:

    I am sorry watching CNN it’s so funny. Just wait but, but it still coming this means nothing more to come. Just wait congress will get the information Trump did something. Lol lol so hard

  227. Tina says:

    You cannot have sealed indictments against the President, Chicon. Doj policy does not permit it. Reason being, somebody could then bribe the president and hold it over his head.

    Also, from ct:.

    Unfortunately, Laura Jarrett (daughter of Valerie Jarrett) delivered the bad news to her colleagues on CNN. After she spoke directly with a DOJ Official, and asked them if there was any possibility of sealed indictments existing/remaining. Alas, the answer was: “no, it’s over; everything is over; it’s done.“… WATCH:

  228. Tina says:

    Nikki Haley
    After this long investigation both sides agreed to let Mueller do his job & complete the investigation. Everyone has to acknowledge that
    did not interfere in the investigation. Now the American public needs to accept the results and move on. #EnoughAlready ??

  229. Bitterlaw says:

    225 Chicon – Hugh’s real name is Nicole?

  230. mnw says:

    Laura Ingraham is cutting them not one, but 4 or 5 new ones.

  231. Bitterlaw says:

    I meant Tiffany Nicole.

  232. Tina says:

    Jebot tears here.this was a. Set up by fusion gps. It will now all come out.

    Glenn Greenwald
    Trump, Jr. testified for hours and hours before Congress, including about the Trump Tower meeting. If he lied there, or to Mueller, why didn’t Mueller indict him for perjury, lying to Congress or obstruction? Same questions for Kushner. Stop embarrassing yourselves.

  233. Bitterlaw says:

    So, if the report is so detailed and thorougb that only the most deranged Trump-haters will continue to push the collusion story, do we thank Mueller for taking the time to fully investigate all leads?

  234. mnw says:

    F no! A failed witch hunt is STILL a witch hunt.

    The whole egregious monstrosity was founded on an obvious lie.

  235. Tina says:

    This is and was a witch hunt.

    Poor general Flynn. Got bankrupted for just doing his job. Mulehead is no saint,

    All because of coup plotters.

    Do they get any punishment?

    Can we water board Brennan?

  236. GPO says:

    Thank god the insanity is over . Joke a special counsel was ever appointed . Destroyed a launch of people’s lives

  237. Cash Cow TM says:

    No indictments!

    Sitcom Dent Inn
    tocsin mint den
    TNT decision MN
    demonic stint N
    ointments N DIC
    intentions DMC
    innocents DIMT
    omniscient TNND
    tendonitis MCN
    discontent min
    content minds I

  238. Cash Cow TM says:

    I am amazed the witch hunt did not even find Christine O’Donnell.

  239. Tina says:

    The witch hunt may have found that:

    Michelle is actually Michael.

  240. jason says:

    If Jason wants to pretend that the pro-Trump and anti-Trump forces are not 100% committed to their viewpoint and will never concede any point, regardless of evidence or lack of evidence, he is free to do so”


    I think there is such a thing as preponderance of the evidence, so not all “views” are equal and in this case there is very little “equivalency”.

    There was never any evidence to justify a “100% certainty” there was collusion, so I reject the notion that those that didn’t support the collusion theory are somehow “just as partisan”.

    Total BS.

  241. lisab says:

    Rachel Maddow CRIES ON AIR Over Mueller Report

  242. Paul says:

    Lisab is a idiotic bitch as always

  243. Paul says:

    mnw is a f@cking gay flying gasbag.

  244. lisab says:


    why are you so anti-gay?

  245. lisab says:

    Obviously, Mueller is focused on making a criminal case against DJT. Nobody can deny that and when the report is released, the evidence presented is going to be beyond extensive. Considering the stakes, etc, you want as many witnesses and statements as possible.

  246. lisab says:

    With each passing day it’s less likely that Trump makes it to the 2020 ballot.

  247. Tgca says:

    So Babs says the following about MJ and his accusers…and then Hollywood wonders why they get so much hate.

    The children were thrilled to be there
    She believes them but the sexual abuse did not kill them as they grew up, got married, and had kids
    MJ’s sexual needs are his sexual needs
    She believes these needs stemmed from his childhood or DNA
    She blames the parents

  248. Bitterlaw says:

    MJ’s sexual needs should have cured by a bullet in the head. I blame the parents for letting their children stay overnight with ANY celebrity or adult they did not know.

  249. dblaikie says:

    255 Lesab, what a positive post!

  250. jason says:

    So, if the report is so detailed and thorougb that only the most deranged Trump-haters will continue to push the collusion story, do we thank Mueller for taking the time to fully investigate all leads?”

    Ohh, puhhhhleeease…

    This whole thing was based on a stack of lies and a politically motivated hit job.

    Thsnk Mueller? No.

    Blame Sessions for his idiotic cave in to pressure from Democrats and recusing himself for no reason and allowing for this 2 year circus to happen?


  251. jason says:

    How could there not have been indictments after “all those meetings with Russians”?

    “Chris Matthews was not happy. In fact, he looked shaken. He said, “That means no charges against the president, his children or his associates after all those meetings with the Russians. My biggest question is how can the president be pointed to as leading collusion with Russia, aiding a Russian conspiracy to interfere with our elections if none of his henchmen, none of his children, none of his associates have been indicted?”

    Good question, Chris, but who “pointed” him? Wasn’t it you?

  252. jason says:


    “Matthews continued, “Maybe he missed the boat here. Because we know about the Trump Tower meeting in June 2016, we know about the meeting at the cigar bar with Kilimnik. My God, we know about all of those meetings with Kislyak at the Republican convention in Cleveland. All these dots we’re now to believe don’t connect.”


  253. Tina says:


    Jebots declare Mulehead to be a Russian asset.

  254. Tina says:

    Yes, trump tower meeting.

    With Natalia meeting before and after with Fusion Glenn.

    No doubt a way for fib to get access into trump tower.

    All lies and a case of entrapment.

    Mr. President, now is the time to release everything.

  255. Bitterlaw says:

    It was a politically motivated witch hunt. Mueller’s absurdly long investigation and thorough report now confirms that it was a politically motivated witch hunt.

    Both can be true.

  256. jason says:

    Special Counsel anyone?

    “A newly unearthed batch of heavily redacted, classified emails from Hillary Clinton’s personal email server revealed that the former secretary of state discussed establishing a “private, 100% off-the-record” back channel to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and that one of her top aides warned her that she was in “danger” of being “savaged by Jewish organizations, in the Jewish press and among the phalanx of neoconservative media” as a result of political machinations by “Bibi and the Jewish leadership.”

    The 756-page group of new documents, revealed Thursday as part of a transparency lawsuit by Judicial Watch, seemingly contradicted Clinton’s insistence under oath in 2015 that she had turned over all of her sensitive work-related emails to the State Department, and included a slew of classified communications on everything from foreign policy to State Department personnel matters

    Additionally, according to the email dump, Clinton chatted with former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair about classified foreign policy matters before she was sworn in, aided the application of at least one State Department applicant who was connected to her daughter, Chelsea, and apparently met with Putin-aligned Georgian oligarch Bidzina Ivanishvili before he became prime minister on a staunchly pro-Russian platform — and with reported help from a Russian interference operation”

  257. Bitterlaw says:

    Miss Aiello’s suicide should be used to charge the Parkland shooter with another murder. That scumbag ended her life. It would be no different than if he shot her and the wound became infected and lead to her death. Let his defense attorney deal with the legal issues.

    Why is he still alive. Don’t prisoners or guards “take care” of scum like him?

  258. jason says:

    Mueller’s investigation was absurdly long.

    Not sure how thorough it was.

    Nobody that concocted the fake dossier or used it under false pretenses was indicted.

  259. Tina says:

    Did Mulehead even look into the fake dossier, the shenanigans by the fib leadership/Obama regime?

    Maybe his report could be a bit longer.

  260. Tina says:

    “This is the unravelling of the biggest political scandal in American history…remember, this dates back to late 2015, early 2016 & this began as nothing more/nothing less than a Clinton/Obama operation with a bunch of dirty cops at the FBI & career DOJ officials.” –

  261. jason says:

    Wouldn’t it be great if Barr appointed a SC to look into all this?

    I suggest Trey Gowdy.

    The MSM meltdown would be epic.

    Amoral Scumbag would commit ritual hara-kiri.

  262. jason says:

    Corey to say I am hoping Amoral Scumbag kills himself in 3, 2, 1….

  263. jason says:

    So Barbra thinks children are thrilled to be molested as long as it is a celebrity doing the molesting.

    Quite Hollywood… after all molestation from a creepy pervert down the street is one thing, molestation from an entertainment icon is another.

  264. dblaikie says:

    I have been watching MSNBC this morning and I began by laughing at them. But now it is just sad. It is amazing how these people who call themselves journalists are so biased and filled with vitriol.
    The Country should be happy that no one in the campaign conspired with Russia to steal the election!! But not the democrats or MSNBC. Talk about a pathetic group of bitter people.

  265. mnw says:

    I’m puzzled as to why Paul-troll said I was “gay,” in post 252 supra.

    But then, his thought patterns have always been “disorganized,” as the shrinks say.

  266. Phil says:

    So Chris Mathews is livid.

    Suck it, Chris.

  267. Tina says:

    Joe DiGenova would be better than the rooster.

    We want excellence, not just fair; or

    5 star vs 3 star.

  268. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    277. The hen house prefers the rooster.

  269. Chicon says:

    Streisand is crazier than Robbie. Speaking of our little buddy, I hope he’s not flying anyone around today.

  270. Chicon says:

    Fox says Barr may release summary this afternoon.

  271. Chicon says:

    Check that. Now it won’t be today.

  272. lisab says:


    #254 & 255 are actually quotes by hhr posters


    and remember, your answer must be in the form of a question

    (jeopardy music plays)

  273. dblaikie says:

    Who is Wormtongue?

  274. lisab says:

    (buzz buzz)

    no i am sorry … that will set you back $1000

  275. lisab says:

    i hear the delay in releasing the report is that it is written in russian

  276. lisab says:

    things that half-truth corey will completly ignore for $1000

    “this is the number of democratic presidential candidates who will be speaking at aipac”

    (remember, your answer must be in the form of a question)

  277. lisab says:

    you know at the end of a flight and all the stewardesses have to stand in the door and say, “bye bye now” with a fake smile?

    robbie must have been a scary picture yesterday!!!!

  278. lisab says:

    robbie scares the other flight attendants

  279. Tgca says:




  280. Chicon says:

    I am surprised the findings haven’t leaked. Good.

  281. Tina says:

    Joy Reid, mslsd:

    Mulehead is now participating in a cover up.

  282. Tina says:

    “President Trump in a ‘great mood’ as Washington waits for Attorney General William Barr to act on special counsel report: Sources’


  283. blobbie says:

    No! Mueller has to keep looking until he indicts ivanla,

    then he can trade the indictment for Trump’s resignation.

    Then, Pence can be forced to make Hillary VP

    and then he can be forced to resign!

  284. blobbie says:

    No Justice. No Peace!

    All Democrats have a general strike! None of us will work until Trump is frog marched out of the White House!

    Where will you get your Venti Lattes then?

  285. Tina says:

    Cenk Uygur
    Let me be clear before we find out what’s in #MuellerReport, my contention has been that the collusion was after the election. I’ve said countless times that I don’t care about tweets sent during election. Hope Mueller investigated connections to Russia before & after election.

  286. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    295. “@cenkuygur Let me be clear before we find out what’s in #MuellerReport, my contention has been that the collusion was after the election. I’ve said countless times that I don’t care about tweets sent during election. Hope Mueller investigated connections to Russia before & after election.”

    So Mueller was supposed to investigate Russian involvement in the 2016 election which took place after the election.

    Does Trump’s supposed collusion include blowing up dozens of Russians in airstrikes in Syria; selling the Ukraine major offense weapons to counter Russia that Obama refused to sell them; moving American troops into Poland and the Baltic Republics; and conducting military operations with Sweden and Finland, all to increase readiness against a potential Russian attack?

    Plus Trump’s attempt to block Putin’s gas pipeline to Germany must be some sort of very special collusion; since it would cost the Russians billions of dollars in revenue.

    The Democrats are not taking the Mueller Report well.

  287. mnw says:

    286 lisab:

    Who is Wobbles?

    (At first, I thought “not making it to 2020” was another lefty loon predicting his assassination)

  288. Bitterlaw says:

    Villanova getting crushed. Losing 4 Upperclassmen from last year’s championship team to the NBA was insurmountable.

  289. Phil says:

    Yeah, not a team anywhere that can overcome those kind of losses. Under those circumstances did well to get to the dance and actual ended up having a pretty good season.

  290. Bitterlaw says:


  291. Bitterlaw says:

    Villanova’s coach runs a great program. He keeps most players 4 years. 2 Championships in 3 years for a school with 6500 undergraduate students.

  292. lisab says:


    it was half truth corey

    i don’t know who is wobbles, it is not me

  293. lisab says:


    it was half truth corey

    #253 and #254 i mean

  294. lisab says:

    Beto O’Rourke: If Mueller Report Is Held, America May Not See 244th Year

  295. Wobbles says:

    I am Wobbles.

    – Wobbles

  296. blobbie says:

    Donald Trump hasn’t tweeted in 19 hours, what are your theories on what’s happening in the White House right now?

    I think he is already in prison with Don jr., just as I predicted!

  297. Tgca says:

    Mueller report released.

    Barr summarizes that Mueller found no collusion or obstruction of justice, and that POTUS, his family, and his staff should be commended for conducting themselves with the highest integrity and cooperation during the investigation. The summary further states POTUS was very supportive and specifically requested the IC to take hIs time, ignore the pressure to wrap up the probe, and to be very thorough in the investigation so the American people could be confident the US government is not under the influence of any foreign entities. The IC concluded that it has been an honor to serve the DOJ and the American people to ensure, that despite attempts from petty criminals from Russia to mislead Facebook users in a few instances, the American Republic is strong and enduring. The IC offered to be available to serve the Administration to investigate any further petty crimes by Russians stooges who mainly are attempting to cause chaos via social media and the MSM. The IC did provide constructive criticism that though there was no connection to POTUS with the “paper filing crimes” of a few convicted persons who had access to POTUS, that POTUS should take more care and closely vet those he hires so that his loyalty and trust in folks not be taken advantage of by some with an agenda.

  298. Tgca says:

    In unrelated breaking news, it is being reporting that hospitals are police are being inundated with instances of mass hysteria and suicides among many in California, New York, and Washington, D.C. including many in the MSM and Hollywood. One report characterized people wondering around aimlessly screaming and flailing their bodies frantically. Authorities are concerned it may be from tainted drugs coming in the US over the southern border and are requesting POTUS to declare an emergency and erect a wall ASAP to help stymie this mass upheaval.

    Stayed tuned for further details.

  299. Waingro says:

    CNN is really angry today. The hyperventilating on John King’s hackerama show is hilarious.

  300. Phil says:

    What is even more funny is that CNN is just going to get angrier angrier by the day as the loons on there work themselves into more and more free a rage. TDS just gets more and more pronounced and there is no cure.

  301. Tina says:

    I guess cn and n did not need to read beyond

    Pepeeee shower to know the dossier was fake.

  302. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Here is a new FOX News Poll. The numbers are OK for President Trump and his re-election.

  303. Tina says:

    So true….

    Jack Posobiec ??
    Russiagate was Iraq WMDs 2.0

    And pushed by many of the exact same people

    Using the exact same tactics

    “17 intelligence agencies concluded…”

  304. mnw says:


    Wobbles calls himself Robbie. Longtime super troll here.

  305. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    At AIPAC today, Romania and Honduras announced that they will soon move their Embassies to Jerusalem. Thank You , President Trump for the courage to have been the first to do this!

    Bunu, where are you? Maybe he’s at the Gaza border throwing stones daily!

  306. Tina says:

    Jebots’ Schiff for Brains appears to contradict itself on impeachment:

    Schiff: No new Mueller indictments does not mean Trump is vindicated

    House Intelligence chair Adam Schiff said on ABC’s “This Week” Sunday that even if the Mueller report does not recommend any new indictments — as has been reported — that does not necessarily rule out impeachment for President Trump.

    George Stephanopoulos: “You told the San Francisco chronicle on Friday, if there’s no bombshell, there’s no impeachment. Does no new indictments qualify as no bombshell?

    Schiff: “Not necessarily because again, George, as you pointed out, they can’t indict the president. That’s their policy. And therefore there could be overwhelming evidence on the obstruction issue. And I don’t know if that’s the case, but if there were overwhelming evidence of criminality on the president’s part, then the Congress would need to consider that remedy if indictment is foreclosed.”

  307. Tina says:

    Yes, he really, really, really obstructed, Schiffty. Let’s see:

    Allowed a 2 year sheot show to continue. The first time ever than sp or ic began with no appearance of criminality.

    He fired Comedy, after receiving a recommendation to fire from both Redactstein and Sessions. So, presumably, both Redactstein and Sessions obstructed as well. Redactstein being the bigger offender because he “oversaw” the witch hunt.

    Gave documents willingly from the campaign and transition.

    Made no claims of executive privilege.

  308. Tina says:

    Yes, they will be even angrier than before, They are turning on F. Mulehead too. History is being revised. Stalin ( the drats) turned against Fuhrer.

    First Rachel Maddow fighting back tears Friday, now even sadder watching Jerry Nadler on the Sunday Shows claim Mueller got it wrong and that there was collusion. He’s now the delusional old woman in Sunset Boulevard who thinks she’s still big, the pictures got small

  309. Tina says:


    Bill Kristol
    This held up fine. Trump tried repeatedly to shut down and impede the Russia investigation. I’m proud if my friends and I played even a small part in helping thwart his efforts and those of his allies, and in protecting the investigation and ensuring the integrity of the report.
    Quote Tweet
    Brit Hume

  310. Tina says:

    The socialist son is taking a lot of flak on Twitter.

  311. Tina says:

    Chuck Ross
    makes the point on CNN; the Mueller team is the most impressive array of prosecutorial talent assembled this century. “If they can’t find it, House Democrats aren’t going to find it.”

  312. Bitterlaw says:

    Wobbles is parody name that makes fun of Robbie. This is one example of why people need to buy the official HHR Handbook.

  313. Weeble says:

    Wobbles isn’t real?

  314. Chicon says:

    Wobbie is definitely weal.

  315. Tina says:

    Black eyes to the media and the “intelligence community.”

    It’s official: Russiagate is this generation’s WMD

  316. Phil says:

    Watching Nadler stutter around and try to move the goal post.

    Rather amusing.

  317. blobbie says:

    tch … i know wobbles is the mock robbie, just like bitterlaw is the mock obamacon,

    i just don’t know who posts under wobbles

  318. Chicon says:

    MD is Wobbles. It used to be a humor thing, now it’s his true beliefs.

  319. lisab says:

    Second Parkland shooting survivor commits suicide one week after fellow classmate

  320. lisab says:

    at some point, something bad will leak from the mueller report

    and robbie, half-truth corey, paul and obamacon will post 1000 posts in 12 hours

    it is just a matter of when

  321. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    So now Nadler is talking about a cover up by the Justice Department (and presumably Mueller).

    “House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., speaking to “Fox News Sunday,” vowed that congressional investigators will press on and continue to investigate President Trump while warning of a possibly unfolding Justice Department “cover-up,” even as he acknowledged that Special Counsel Robert Mueller has closed his investigation without indicting a single American for illegally colluding with Russia.”

  322. Chicon says:

    The summary letter is out. There’s a ps to watch out for an irate pilot out of Kentucky.

  323. lisab says:

    Justice Department says Mueller report ‘does not exonerate’ President Trump even though special counsel didn’t find he ‘committed a crime’ — as Democrats start new round of finger-pointing

  324. Tina says:

    “Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and I have concluded that the evidence developed during the Special Counsel’s investigation is not sufficient to establish that the President committed an obstruction of justice offense.”

  325. lisab says:

    clearly the dems will screm white wash

  326. Hugh says:

    Now that the dems cannot claim trump is obstructing the investigation it is time for the long knives to come out. The doj fbi and cia wrongdoers should have theirs lives destroyed as a lesson to prevent this in the future.

  327. Tgca says:

    So Mueller decided to let the DOJ decide if Trumps antics that were “very public” constitute obstruction, and DOJ states no, it doesn’t meet standard based on law and precedent, and their conclusion was made without regard whether a sitting POTUS could be charged.

    So now Dems can impeach Trump not for crimes but because he’s a meanie and his tweets prove it.

  328. lisab says:

    “My takeaway is there’s a very real prospect that on the day Donald Trump leaves office the Justice Department may indict him, that he may be the first president in quite some time to face the real prospect of jail time,” Rep. Schiff said. “We have been discussing the issue of pardons that the president may offer to people or dangle in front of people. The bigger pardon question may come down the road as the next president has to determine whether to pardon Donald Trump.”

  329. phoenixrisen says:

    CBS Special Report regarding summary letter from Barr exonerating Trump completely, almost think they looked like they were at a funeral. Joe Di Genova says Bill Barr will empanel grand jury investigating Obama and Clinton regarding fisa warrant abuse and Fusion GPS. James Comey, Andrew McCabe, and everyone involved better lawyer up. The retribution could be nasty

  330. Tgca says:

    Donald Trump!

    Most ethical POTUS of the last 10 years!

    Now build that wall dammit!!!

  331. Phil says:

    Sitting here watching the CNN talking heads in panel form. They are furious. Have completely dropped any mention of “collusion with Russia”. It’s now all about “obstruction of justice”. They are all DEMANDING that Mueller be hauled before Congress to explain why he didn’t interview Trump because if he had there in no doubt Trump would have perjured himself. LOL

  332. phoenixrisen says:

    How stupid Phil. If there is no collusion, there is no obstruction of justice. They can’t put two and two together

  333. Tina says:

    And there must be intent too and one would not obstruct out in the open as Barr and Redactstein stared,

    Saying .b. .weissman is an angry Drat (which he appears to be) is not obstruction,

  334. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Trump is completely exonerated in the Barr letter. It really could not have come out better for him.

    Now Mueller is the leftist enemy. A white old guy who is a Republican. Plus he is a Marine Corp veteran; which makes him a presumptive murderer and bigot in leftist minds. There was clear collusion, and Mueller was a participant.

  335. Tina says:

    Scott Adams
    President Trump did not obstruct the Russia Collusion Hoax. But if he had, we would have saved $25 million dollars. And remember, Trump was the only person in the universe who knew FOR SURE he hadn’t colluded. The rest of us were just estimating the odds. #RussiaCollusionHoax

  336. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “@realDonaldTrump “No Collusion, No Obstruction, Complete and Total EXONERATION. KEEP AMERICA GREAT!”

    Anyone care to disagree.

  337. Wobbles says:

    What is that suicide hotline number again?

  338. dblaikie says:

    I began this week worried that Trump was going to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory with his going after a dead war hero. This included visions of having to send a bunch of wine to Wes, because Trump was his own worst enemy. Well that can be true. In the next two years Trump will give himself some more self inflicted wounds.

    However against that is the Trump derangement of the democrats. Their is no doubt that they will continue to overreach. Onward to taxi medallions and Stormy. Trumps self inflicted wounds are frustrating at worst, but the dems are going to end up destroying themselves.

    The net result, if the economy stays on track Trump is going to win — in my opinion.

  339. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    250. Agree with dblaikie. It was my prediction immediately after the midterm elections that the Democrats antics could end up re-electing Trump. Their performance so far is worthy of an Academy Award.

    Still, in this bizarre political world, you never know what will happen next year. A big issue is whether the Democrats nominate Biden, who I believe is their strongest candidate. I really cannot make a prediction of who will win in 2020 at this point.

  340. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    349. “What is that suicide hotline number again?”

    Its a recording, and there is a 3 and a 1/2 hour wait time. It depends how long it takes to talk the person who answers the telephone off the ledge.

  341. Ron N says:

    New word of the day narrow!!! Every Dem today Muller narrow. What does this mean please help me Dem.

  342. janz says:

    Amazing day of events. Just like I was surprised Trump won the 2016 election, the fact Mueller’s report was so clean in essentially clearing him of all Russian colusion charges was equally surprising.

    The unfortunate residue of all this was the wasted time, destroyed lives, misery incurred by the country, cost of distraction from more serious issues in which there can be no recourse. In the meantime, the dems seem as toxic and unaware of their behavior – nothing will change!

  343. lisab says:


  344. lisab says:

    Kid Rock and “down to earth” Donald Trump enjoy Florida golf resort trip that probably cost taxpayers millions

  345. Cash Cow TM says:


    Drugged orangutan found in airline luggage…

  346. mnw says:

    I think DOJ & Trump Admin should completely drop any investigation into Hillary, FBI, FISA, etc.

    Really. It would just look like retaliation. Forget it. Act Presidential– settle the China trade dispute, etc.

    Don’t interrupt the DEM freak show in ANY way.

  347. Cash Cow TM says:

    I have a friend at the Dept. of Agriculture who has sent me the whole Mueller report.


  348. lisab says:

    Trump Aided and Abetted Russia’s Attack. That Was Treachery. Full Stop.

    The scandal may not be a crime. It’s a betrayal.

    DAVID CORNMARCH 24, 2019 5:56 PM

  349. lisab says:

    Congress is right to probe Trump White House security clearances. Hand over the documents.

  350. lisab says:

    Hate crimes reportedly jumped by 226 percent in counties that hosted Trump campaign rallies

  351. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    356. “”Kid Rock and “down to earth” Donald Trump enjoy Florida golf resort trip that probably cost taxpayers millions.”

    By contrast Obama’s golf trips to Hawaii were a boon to the economy.

  352. lisab says:

    Evidence Suggests Trump Definitely Committed Bank Fraud (

  353. lisab says:

    The Trump Organization Is Selling Merchandise With Images of the White House (

  354. lisab says:

    Trump Threatens to Unleash Paramilitary Violence in the US (

  355. Chicon says:

    Lisa, is this another game of Guess the Troll?

  356. lisab says:

    Devin Nunes Event Axed After Planned ‘Cattle Call’ Protest To Honor Cow Twitter Accoun

  357. jason says:

    So Trump never colluded with Russians, but “obstructed justice” by impeding an investigation when he knew he was innocent and there was no collusion.


  358. Hugh says:

    358. I respectfully disagree. Go after the government abusers with all they have. I have seen government agencies abusing power and until they pay a price it will never end. I would also suggest going after

  359. lisab says:

    The U.S. Deserves Its Own Nuremberg Trials (

  360. lisab says:

    Lisa, is this another game of Guess the Troll?es

    nah … headlines

  361. Chicon says:

    I really thought Robbie and CG would be here to discuss the day’s events.

  362. lisab says:

    Lisa, is this another game of Guess the Troll?es

    the dems are … a little … upset

    just look at the headlines

  363. Tina says:

    We want more Drat freaks.

    More,more, and more.

  364. Wes says:

    I’ve been out of the loop today. Apparently Trump isn’t guilty of collusion according to Mueller, and Dems are apoplectic about having nothing to attack him with on this front.

    Am I right?

  365. lisab says:

    half truth corey has not been this upset since dungeons and dragons was banned from his mother’s basement

  366. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    Hi Wes:
    Yes, you are mostly right although the media and its allies, the Democrats, have hope that “obstruction of justice” is still alive.
    The Donald’s statements and tweets about his vindication, demand that the origins of the investigation be thoroughly investigated. He wants retribution. Good idea IYHO?

  367. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    CNN is pathetic. They are at it again with “sources claim”…

  368. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    As with CNN, Mr. Kellyanne Conway cannot control himself about the Trump investigation. What a pathetic and detestable human being. You have to wonder if their marriage is still on. He acts like a broken man who is using the President as a scapegoat for a broken marriage.

  369. Tgca says:

    New thread Losahs!