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Warren/Biden Tied in IA, Biden Leads Trump By 2% in OH

Today we received a new poll from Emerson College that shows Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden tied for the Democratic caucus lead but Bernie Sanders actually being the stronger General Election candidate in the state of Iowa.

PRESIDENT – IOWA – DEM CAUCUS (Emerson)
Elizabeth Warren 23%
Joe Biden 23%
Pete Buttigieg 16%
Bernie Sanders 13%
Andrew Yang 5%
Steve Bullock 4%
Cory Booker 3%
Tom Steyer 2%
Tulsi Gabbard 2%
Kamala Harris 2%

PRESIDENT – IOWA (Emerson)
Bernie Sanders (D) 51%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 49%

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

Donald Trump (R-inc) 51%
Joe Biden (D) 49%

This poll was done October 13-16 among 888 likely voters and 317 likely Democratic caucus goers. Meanwhile in Ohio, Public Policy Polling released a new poll showing Biden is the stronger candidate for Democrats.

PRESIDENT – OHIO (PPP)
Joe Biden (D) 48%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 46%

Elizabeth Warren (D) 47%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 47%

Bernie Sanders (D) 47%
Donald Trump (R-inc) 47%

Donald Trump (R-inc) 47%
Kamala Harris (D) 43%

Donald Trump (R-inc) 47%
Pete Buttigieg (D) 43%

This poll was done October 10-11 among 776 likely voters.

Posted by Dave at 10:30 pm
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218 Responses to “Warren/Biden Tied in IA, Biden Leads Trump By 2% in OH”

  1. Bitterlaw says:

    First

  2. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Second

  3. Tina says:

    Muh China’s growth fell in the 3rd quarter more than expected..

    It has the slowest growth in 27.5 years.

  4. jason says:

    If this is true Edwards is really in trouble.

    “New poll shows incumbent Democrat, GOP challenger tied in Louisiana governor race. “Mr. Edwards and Baton Rouge businessman Eddie Rispone are tied at 47% support, according to the poll, which will be made public Friday by We Ask America. The result shows that Mr. Rispone has quickly consolidated the Republican vote in the Pelican State, a development that should make him a more formidable opponent as Mr. Edwards seeks re-election Nov. 16.”

  5. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    @MarthaRaddatz
    Secretary Mattis lets loose “I earned my spurs on the battlefield; Donald Trump earned his spurs from the doctor”.

    Direct hit.

  6. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Military Times Poll, Sept-Oct 2019

    About 44 percent of troops had a favorable view of Trump’s presidency, the poll showed, compared to 43 percent who disapproved.

    Mattis has a favorable rating among troops of nearly 84 percent. Support among officers increased in the last year, with more than 89 percent voicing a favorable opinion.

    Mattis appears more popular than Generalissimo BoneSpur.

  7. Phil says:

    Imo, the Democrats will turn to someone not in the top three right now. Why?

    Warren – too far left. Not that Democrats wouldn’t be fine with her ideology. They absolutely would. They are nervous about how her extreme views will play in the GE. They really, really, want to beat Trump. They know she might put that in jeopardy.

    Biden. Not just the Ukrainian quid pro quo and China thing hanging over him. He’s not sharp and is obviously well over the hill. Just don’t see a lot of enthusiasm for him. Also don’t see him going another nine months without committing a bunch of errors on the stump. Did I say he wasn’t sharp?

    Sanders. Aging socialist with heart problems. Forget it. Running on a promise to jack up middle taxes is a no go in the general election and the party knows it.

    So……..who is going to be the candidate they turn to?? Any ideas?

  8. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    8. Phil, you have a good point. Wes makes the same point also. If there was an organized Democratic leadership, I think they would be seeking out a good candidate. The problem is at this point there seems to be no leadership, and sort of a paralysis among the Democrats. Schumer and Pelosi have their hands full trying to control AOC and the far leftists. The far left thinks its their destiny to control the party, and blames establishment Democrats for Hillary Clinton, whose loss resulted in the Trump presidency. I just think their too divided to do what makes sense.

  9. VictrC says:

    Gents

    It all seems as if the ground is being laid for a Hillary return…the problem is that I don’t think she’s any better than the lot above. She still has all the same baggage and the same people who didn’t vote for her last time are not going to vote for her again.

    Sure, she might run up even bigger numbers in NY and CA…but in the states that count? WI, PA, MI, will she actually get more voters out? Will those who didn’t vote for Trump the first time, but would come out for him this time to defeat Hillary come to the polls?

    And then…who else on the bench? Buttigieg? No way the left stands for a white male, even if he’s gay, to take the nomination if its not Sanders. (BTW does anyone think that he can defeat Trump in a GE?)

    Who else is there from the middle that the far left that has hijacked the party would be satisfied enough with to defeat Trump? I can’t think of any…can you?

  10. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    10. I think your points are well taken, add to them the fact the Democratic Socialists, which Sanders, OAC and the Squad belong to, voted at their convention that they will not support a candidate other than Sanders. Believe they would support with Warren. But if its Hillary or Biden, they are definitely running their own candidate. If that candidate pulls 2-3% of the vote, that could help swing the election to Trump.

  11. Phil says:

    Democrats need another candidate – someone in the realm of a left centrist. It won’t be Hillary, however. Agree with SD that the far left is on the verge of controlling the party and they won’t turn loose of it easily. Maybe the party as a whole will agree to take the plunge with Warren, but I think the party professionals would rather not. They know she would be a hard sell in the GE. Biden would be their guy except for the fact that he’s too old and shaky at this point in his life to be President.

    I don’t know where they would turn at this point. No name jumps out.

  12. Cash Cow TM says:

    Monkeys beat humans at computer game in groundbreaking intelligence study…drudgereport.com/

  13. Bitterlaw says:

    Cash Cow should throw out the first pitch of the World Series when the Nationals have a home game.

  14. Bitterlaw says:

    The solution is obvious. The Democrats need need to nominate somebody who has support from the leadership of the party because they owe him for his past support. Support from the unions for his trade policies. Support from those who reject traditional family values. The Democrats should nominate Trump. His debate with himself on foreign policy would be epic.

  15. Paul says:

    If we project the trajectory of this poll and the last one, it looks like Steve Bullock is on track to get the nomination.

  16. Paul says:

    I think it is possible that Buttigieg gets the nomination. He’s doing strong in Iowa and is a favorite of centrists after this last debate. How he does in the general, hard to tell. Is he a bridge too far for some voters? Or does attacks about his sexuality backfire?

  17. Tina says:

    Poor crack Biden. Looks like witch hunt 2.0 ain’t going well.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/jonathanvswan/status/1185176831269453824

  18. Tina says:

    ing ? Retweeted

    John Hudson
    @John_Hudson
    ·
    1h
    SCOOP: Career diplomat George Kent told congressional investigators this week that he had raised concerns in early 2015 about Hunter Biden serving on the board of Burisma but was turned away by a Biden staffer. My latest with
    @rachaelmbade
    and
    @mviser

  19. Waingro says:

    Gardner is dunzo.

    Marc Caputo
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    One of those rare swing state polls with a competitive senate race shows Hickenlooper beating incumbent GOP Sen Gardner 53-42%, which resembles support for impeachment (54-43%), with unaffiliated voters backing it 61-34%.

    Trump’s fav/unfav: 38-60%

  20. Phil says:

    Each party has one dead man walking. For the GOP it is Gardner. For the Democrats it is Doug Jones.

  21. Tina says:

    This
    What is a panel poll and drat plus 14?

    John Cardillo
    @johncardillo
    · 57m
    New Pew Poll says ‘54 percent’ favor impeachment and removal of Trump.

    I’ve rarely seen a poll sample this biased.

    Respondents ID’d as 56 percent Dem, 42 percent GOP.

    This was a junk push poll that never should have been published. https://people-press.org/2019/10/17/modest-changes-in-views-of-impeachment-proceedings-since-early-september/

  22. Tina says:

    Jebots unhinged here too.

    The Notorious Poso ??
    @JackPosobiec
    ·
    35m
    The Left in the last 24 hours:

    – Man in tactical vest with a gun arrested outside Trump Dallas Rally

    – Tom Arnold compares Trump in Dallas to JFK

    – Woke company erects Trump torture billboard in Times Square

  23. jason says:

    Mitt Scumbag Romney calls Turkey a small country (bigger than Texas, 55 million people).

    If Trump said that, MSM would advocate impeachment.

    Since MSM toadie Romney said, they all slobber like Pavlov’s dogs and clap.

  24. jason says:

    “He’s doing strong in Iowa and is a favorite of centrists”

    Huh, it might be news for Paul, but Mayor Butt is about as much as centrist as Hitler was a Zionist.

  25. Tina says:

    Quitters is dumb

    2nd largest army in Europe

    NATO ally.

    Ankara airbase that we use

    And in 2007 quittens warned of Kurd nationalism being a disaster.

  26. Paul says:

    25: “Butt is about as much as centrist as Hitler” Okay, whatever… He’s against Medicare for All socialism, so that’s enough to paint him as a Republican by many of my left-leaning friends. That’s the big problem that they have with Biden as well.

  27. Tina says:

    This was testimony before witchunt 2.0.

    Jeff Carlson
    @themarketswork
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    22m
    “Kent said he had concerns that Ukrainian officials would view Hunter Biden as a conduit for currying influence with his father.”
    3
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    Show this thread

    Jeff Carlson
    @themarketswork
    ·
    23m
    “George Kent, a deputy assistant secretary of state, testified Tuesday that he worried that Hunter Biden’s position at the firm Burisma Holdings would complicate efforts by U.S. diplomats to convey to Ukrainian officials the importance of avoiding conflicts of interest.”

  28. Bitterlaw says:

    And on October 1, 2019, Trump approved of having US troops stationed in the Turkey/Syria region and there was no attack on the Kurds. Then he changed his mind for no apparent reason and Kurdish blood started being spilled. These were the same Kurds he praised as great and glorious in the past.

    I fixed it for Tina.

  29. BayernFan says:

    So impeachment is growing because a president wants to protect and bring home troops to keep them out of a foreign civil war. In the Mid East. Smdh

  30. BayernFan says:

    Instead of resolutions opposing the withdrawal of troops, why don’t the politicians put their money where their mouths are and pass a declaration of war?

  31. Tina says:

    The impeachment polls are flawed.

    Drst plus 14 and a panel poll?

    The ultimate poll is piglosi.

    She i has not taken up a vote on impeachment for obvious reasons

    Just like she won’t take up a war resolution against Turkey.

  32. Bitterlaw says:

    BF – I do not support impeachment. Trump should not have reversed the policy on Turkey/Syria/Kurds. Both can be true.

  33. Tina says:

    This is a cluster phuq or brains on drugs moment

    Prior to 10/1: No attacks on Kurds. No Kurds attack on turkey

    Lol

    Bitterlaw says:
    October 18, 2019 at 11:03 am
    And on October 1, 2019, Trump approved of having US troops stationed in the Turkey/Syria region and there was no attack on the Kurds. Then he changed his mind for no apparent reason and Kurdish blood started being spilled. These were the same Kurds he praised as great and glorious in the past.

    I

  34. Tina says:

    There was no debate to get Into Syria.

    Glad that rand Paul blew up goobers support of the house resolution for the fatal flaw that it has.

  35. Tina says:

    The drunk has spoken.

    Aaron Blake
    @AaronBlake
    · 1h
    So in this one interview, Clinton:

    1) Suggested Putin has kompromat on Trump

    2) Wagered that Russians will back Tulsi Gabbard third-party

    3) Said Jill Stein is a “Russian asset”

    https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5tZWdhcGhvbmUuZm0vaHEtcGxvdWZmZQ&episode=OGE2M2FhMTgtZTZlMS0xMWU5LTk4YWEtNTM4NTJiZDViMzc5&hl=en&ved=2ahUKEwjzmZSA-KXlAhXmm-AKHZsMC_AQieUEegQIABAE&ep=6&at=1571406131757

  36. jason says:

    So impeachment is growing because a president wants to protect and bring home troops to keep them out of a foreign civil war. In the Mid East.

    No, it is growing because of Trump’s boneheaded and ill advised move to change a policy that was working for one that has created a lot of unnecessary turmoil and is going to cost a lot of lives.

    Fixed it for you.

  37. BayernFan says:

    So what do the experts in congress want the troops to do there? Who are we supposed to fight and risk our troops’ lives for and spend tax money on? Pass a “resolution” that spells THAT out. Buncha spineless nitwits.

  38. jason says:

    do not support impeachment. Trump should not have reversed the policy on Turkey/Syria/Kurds. Both can be true.”

    Exactly.

    Trump forgot that if you hand a loaded gun to the MSM and the Democrats and say “shoot me” they will pull the trigger.

    Trump’s move was asinine from a geopolitical standpoint.

    From a political standpoint it was disastrous.

  39. dblaikie says:

    I am going out on a limb and it may well break off. But after watching last nights debate I don’t believe that the dems have the votes for passing articles of impeachment. Heck I even doubt if they have the votes for starting an inquiry. You see, these greasy politicians in districts where Trump won, promised that they would not be like other dems. They would work with Trump. I believe that rally put fear in their hearts about their own elections as they realize that there are countless thousands in their own districts who feel just like those people in Dallas.

    Back in 2016 I argued that the size and passion in Trump’s rallies was better proof of what was going on in this country that the polls. Many of you laughed at me. MD was downright ugly and offensive and vicious when I said that. Well guess what? I am making the same claim again!! The polls aside, when a candidate can draw crowds like Trump has in Minnesota and Texas and Louisiana despite the offensive of the media, something is going on in this Country.

    I don’t care what I hear, I don’t believe that when put to the test the dems have the votes for impeachment.

  40. BayernFan says:

    not American lives, Jason. We need a national debate and a congressional vote before we should risk American lives and spend tax money on foreign soil. Especially in the Mid East.

  41. jason says:

    o what do the experts in congress want the troops to do there?”

    Nothing more than they were already doing, keeping the peace and providing balance and stability.

    The cost of keeping a few thousand troops there is very small compared to the cost of the consequences of not having them there.

    Anyone who thinks Trump didn’t shoot himself in the foot, huh, the head, on this is severely deluded.

  42. jason says:

    We need a national debate and a congressional vote before we should risk American lives and spend tax money on foreign soil. Especially in the Mid East.”

    Zzzzzz… garbage and drivel. The job of the President is to act in America’s best interest.

    No President has ever done this, they all take action as Commander in Chief when it is necessary.

    This was not a war, it was a military operation like hundreds that have been done before.

    The President does not need “congressional approval” for military operations.

  43. jason says:

    I don’t care what I hear, I don’t believe that when put to the test the dems have the votes for impeachment.”

    Wishful thinking.

  44. jason says:

    We didn’t have “national debate” and congressional approval for dozens of military operations much bigger than this small deployment in Syria.

    Dominican Rep, Panama, Grenada, Haiti, Serbia, etc. etc. etc. etc. there are dozens more.

    Presidents would be crazy to give up this power to wait for “congressional votes”.

    What a load of crap.

  45. Tina says:

    Maybe with the testimony of the state dept official goober will get off his arse and subpoena some drats.

    What a disaster he has been.

  46. jason says:

    Especially in the Mid East.”

    LOL

    Actually, especially in the Mid East is where the ability of the President to act is most needed.

  47. jason says:

    Goober is back on Tina’s RINO list?

    I think he is doing a great job.

    Tough on the impeachment issue.

    Smart in calling out Trump’s stupidity in Syria.

    Win-win.

  48. Tina says:

    And just maybe the open border idiots will realize why a wall is needed when you see the Mexican drug cartel over power the Mexican military and free el chalpos son.

  49. jason says:

    Looks like Sondland is a but for Schiff too:

    “I knew that a public embrace of anti-corruption reforms by Ukraine was one of the pre-conditions for securing a White House meeting with President Zelensky. My view was, and has always been, that such Western reforms are consistent with U.S. support for rule of law in Ukraine going back decades, under both Republican and Democrat administrations. Nothing about that request raised any red flags for me, Ambassador Volker, or Ambassador Taylor.”

  50. jason says:

    bust no but

  51. jason says:

    nd just maybe the open border idiots will realize why a wall is needed when you see the Mexican drug cartel over power the Mexican military and free el chalpos son.”

    I would favor a border wall IF the following was true:

    1) There was funding/national will to build it

    2) It would work in keeping most illegals out

    Neither is true. There is no national mandate for a wall and there is no money to build hardly any of it.

    A physical wall is only needed in high density population areas. For the rest of the border, the wall should be virtual wall, a combination of sensors, surveillance, drones, fencing etc.

    A wall in remote areas can be scaled or dug under quickly and won’t stop anybody if don’t have enforcement.

    If that makes me an open border idiot, so be it, and gimme points.

  52. Tina says:

    Sondland and Kent were disasters for Schiffty.

    But he struck gold with Filona 4 Hillary who complained about a hollowed out department of communist state.

  53. Bitterlaw says:

    I apologize for saying there were no attacks prior to Trump’s idiotic and unjustified change in policy. However, there were fewer attacks and an uneasy stability was holding.

    Where were Trump’s most vocal defenders of Trump’s current policy before he changed it? They were fine with it and were not calling for a resolution or declaration of war then. Why not? Because anything Trump does – even if it contradicts what Trump did before- is justified to them.

  54. dblaikie says:

    “Wishful thinking.” Time will tell.

  55. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    #20- Waingro
    This Colorado Poll was taken by a Democrat polling firm. This fact may be salient.

    “CO-Sen: A Democratic poll from Keating Research-OnSight Public Affairs-Martin Campaigns finds former Gov. John Hickenlooper (D) leading Sen. Cory Gardner(R) 53%-42%.” (H/T: RRH)

  56. jason says:

    Where were Trump’s most vocal defenders of Trump’s current policy before he changed it? They were fine with it and were not calling for a resolution or declaration of war then. Why not? Because anything Trump does – even if it contradicts what Trump did before- is justified to them.”

    Dang, I wish I had written that.

    Damm good question, even if we know the answer.

  57. jason says:

    I can believe Hickenlooper leads Gardner.

    He is one of those far liberal frauds who has managed to convince the low information voters that he is not a moonbat.

  58. jason says:

    Pulling out of Syria was akin to a coach deciding to switch QBs on a team that is 10-0.

  59. janz says:

    I disagree with Jason, in that I do think the Dems will eventually call for a vote on impeachment, and the dem herd will fall into line voting for it. In the meantime, the opposition’s time is being well spent on muddying the impeachment waters, further smearing the man they so desperately want gone – all in preparation for the 2020 election.

  60. John says:

    Just breaking….
    The Housing Market Index (HMI) reported a jump in their index to 71, the highest in 20 months

    https://www.peoplespunditdaily.com/news/economy/2019/10/18/hmi-builder-confidence-hits-highest-level-since-february-2018/

    Don’t hear the ‘recession’ word anymore? Perhaps this is another reason why.

  61. BayernFan says:

    Lets say that there aren’t votes to impeach. The constitution gives the House the sole authority to impeach, but does not specify how the House can impeach.

    So maybe Pelosi can engineer a vote that confers upon herself or some other mechanism (a committee maybe) to declare that Trump is impeached. That way, she can say Trump is impeached, satisfying the loons. Those Dems in Trump districts are covered and they can say that they didn’t vote for impeachment. They can even trash Pelosi if they want.

    The Senate can do what it wants, if anything. Scotus won’t get involved. Everybody wins.

    Might she ry to do something like this?

  62. Hugh says:

    Again I don’t have much use for polls anymore but it shows a huge percentage of independents wanting impeachment. If that was true Nancy would have her vote and ride the coming red tide. If all these polls were true this would already be in the senate.

  63. Paul says:

    64: BF, that’s not how any of it works.

  64. gameboy says:

    Anyone who takes those media agenda driven polls seriously needs their head examined.

  65. BayernFan says:

    66. Paul, who says? you don’t think Pelosi would try to engineer a “deemed” impeachment if it serves her political purposes?

  66. BayernFan says:

    Only the House decides how to impeach and when impeachment occurs. Its power is plenary. If its rules allow Pelosi to do it, who can stop it? The Senate can ignore it of course. The S. Ct. will not get involved, as it is a separation of powers issue.

  67. Bitterlaw says:

    https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/27872097/bryce-harper-no-jealousy-see-nationals-world-series

    Corey hardest hit. Harper is either not jealous or a class act who says he is not jealous.

  68. Paul says:

    69: I don’t think the Senate can ignore it.

  69. NYCmike says:

    Reports are that European nations have agreed to take their prisoners back.

    Reports are that the Kurds have made an agreement with the Syrian Army to allow them to police the border.

    Reports are that Erdogan has responded verbally about Trump telling him “not to be a bully”.

    I am still waiting on confirmation for all of these reports……..as well as confirmation of the reports about mayhem and violence and the Kurds being slaughtered, etc, etc.

  70. BayernFan says:

    72. Sure it can. The constitution confers upon the senate the “sole power to try”. It doesn’t require a trial. Also, the Senate could vote to dismiss an impeachment. Or not do anything, as it did with several counts against Johnson.

  71. NYCmike says:

    https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=13874

    -Priorities for people like Paul, Robbie, and “CG” who believe that the Democratic candidate is the lesser of 2 evils in a contest with Trump

  72. Tina says:

    No we need to take the 10000 euro ISis and open our borders more and protect Syria’s border only

    This per the ahoy blue check markers.

  73. dblaikie says:

    As long as this stuff is done behind closed doors I believe that the Turtle will bring up a motion to dismiss. However I said earlier I will be surprised if it ever comes over to Senate. Two reasons: One, dem members in vulnerable districts know that a vote to impeach will result in election defeat. When push comes to shove. When the rubber meets the road. Especially with the slim (no evidence really) evidence they have now. Nancy will not have the votes, unless she has the power to make members walk the plank. Two, why would Nancy want to put the ball into Mitch the turtles hands.

  74. NYCmike says:

    On the radio this morning, the host played audio of Romney speaking on the Senate floor – once again, I fully came to the realization that he never had a chance in 2012, even without getting knocked out by Candy and Sandy

  75. Bitterlaw says:

    Tina arguing with herself again. Not sure who the ahoy blue check markers are but I did not buy the program with all her nicknames.

  76. BayernFan says:

    78… I’m not convinced that Pelosi is angling for an impeachment vote. I think she’s trying to engineer a process that allows her or a committee to impeach Trump which provides cover to Trump district Dems. We’ll see.

  77. Bitterlaw says:

    Every time Romney criticizes Trump, I am proud of having voted for him in 2012. Even if don’t agree with Romney, I am glad that we are not the zombie party and can criticize our (alleged) Republican President.

  78. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Gas prices in Los Angeles in many stations are now over $5.00 a gallon. Of course you can always get an electric car. The New York Times on June 22, 2019 did an article about using an electric car to drive between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. The drive took 8 hours; an additional 5 hours was was required to charge the car, and the electricity costs were $67.00 (probably about $10 less than what gas would have cost at the time).

    Prince Harry now has an alternative to using private plane, and he can even drive barefoot.

  79. dblaikie says:

    Take it for what it is worth, but word is out on the web that Fiona Hill is in fact the second whistle blower.

  80. Phil says:

    Knowing what I now know about Romney it’s now painfully obvious Romney had no chance whatsoever of winning in 2012.

  81. Bitterlaw says:

    I thought that the plan for electric cars would be to eventually have service stations across the country where you would swap out the depleted battery for a fully charged one. The mileage would be worse and more stops would be needed but it might work some day.

  82. dblaikie says:

    81 She could only hope. She has great power over the process to come to a vote. But the WHOLE HOUSE has to impeach. The Senate would ignore anything less.

  83. BayernFan says:

    Nothing in the Constitution says the House has to vote to impeach. So if it votes to confer on the Speaker the authority to investigate and declare impeachment what can stop her?

  84. Phil says:

    I don’t want to stop her. Go for it Nancy. Do it.

  85. BayernFan says:

    89…. there you go.

  86. Cash Cow TM says:

    BREAKING…

    Walt has gotten the new laptop up and running.

    The keyboard died on the old one and I could not type anything….only click and cut and paste… BUT I have been here lurking on occasion….

    Cow is back Be-ot-ches!

  87. Bitterlaw says:

    So if Romney kissed Trump’s ass in 2019, he would have beaten Obama in 2012? Wow. Happy hour binge drinking started early at HHR.

  88. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    86. “I thought that the plan for electric cars would be to eventually have service stations across the country where you would swap out the depleted battery for a fully charged one.”

    You would needed skilled technicians and special equipment at every service station. Its not possible — as this video shows:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPzXzKpv1xY

  89. Phil says:

    Kissing or not kissing Trump’s ass doesn’t have a thing to do with It.

    Would love to have my contribution dollars back from that hopeless campaign.

  90. Cash Cow TM says:

    Bitteer,

    I would be happy to throw out the first pitch at the Nationals park when they play there in the world series.

    The Nats won EVERY game I attended this year. (2)

  91. Cash Cow TM says:

    Walt said he hoped this would be the LAST laptop he would ever have to go through the ordeal to set is all up and get operational.

  92. Phil says:

    Some Hillary beauties over the last 24 hours –

    Tulsi Gabbard is being groomed by the Russians to run as third party candidate.

    Jill Stein is a Russian asset

    Donald Trump never intends to leave office

    Now THERE is your prime example of happy hour binge drinking…..or she’s finally ust flipped out.

  93. NYCmike says:

    “So if Romney kissed Trump’s ass in 2019, he would have beaten Obama in 2012? Wow. Happy hour binge drinking started early at HHR.”

    -No, please don’t kiss Trump’s ass.

    Also, and more important, look at the media/Democratic Party as the adversary, and don’t comment on anything they say until you have confirmed they are telling the truth.

    One more thing: Tell Candy Crowley to “shut the f*ck up, you are a moderator, not a participant.”

  94. Robbie says:

    Alex Jones Attends Dallas Trump Rally in Armored Vehicle Warning People of a Deep State Coup Attempt Against Trump

    https://www.infowars.com/alex-jones-attends-dallas-trump-rally-in-armored-vehicle/

    – So this must be were Jason fraud gets his “but muh coup” talking points.

  95. NYCmike says:

    Robbie’s back!

    Time to go outside and laugh hysterically while warning others how deranged hatred has made this “devout Catholic conservative Republican” a wingnut.

  96. Robbie says:

    Phil says:
    October 18, 2019 at 3:04 pm
    Some Hillary beauties over the last 24 hours –
    Tulsi Gabbard is being groomed by the Russians to run as third party candidate.

    – Tulsi Gabbard is Bashar Assad’s representative in Congress. Look up her comments on Syria. And by the way, who is Assad’s biggest backer? Also, just search Twitter during Democrat debates. The same types of suspicious accounts Russia used in 2016 spring to her defense in 2020. Finally, it’s been rumored for months she might launch a third party effort (I doubt it) despite her public comments.

    Regardless, how did Tulsi Gabbard become a heroine to Republicans? Is it because hobo Steve Bannon praised her in 2016 as Trump’s kind of populist Democrat? That’s really the first time I ever heard her mentioned and, predictably, FoxNews hosts like Chatsworth Osborne III and Greg Gutfeld started talking her up after that even though I’m quite certain the latter had no idea about her background.

    Gabbard is a loony leftist who happens to hold isolationist views that arouse the erogenous zones of Bannon, Trump, and other isolationist populists who inhabit the Republican Party. She is not to be trusted.

  97. BayernFan says:

    Robbie, we like her because she’s easy on the eyes and gives Dems and media fits.

  98. Robbie says:

    NYCmike says:
    October 18, 2019 at 3:18 pm
    Robbie’s back!
    Time to go outside and laugh hysterically while warning others how deranged hatred has made this “devout Catholic conservative Republican” a wingnut.

    – The only wingnut I know backed Angle, COD, Buck, Mourdock, Brannon, Wolf, and several other troglodyte Senate candidates who cost the party or would have cost the party unlosable Senate seats.

  99. Robbie says:

    BayernFan says:
    October 18, 2019 at 3:26 pm
    Robbie, we like her because she’s easy on the eyes and gives Dems and media fits.

    – Easy on the eyes? Ok, I’ll give you that. Regardless, she should not be held up as some sort of model for Democrats. That’s my issue.

  100. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    86. Actually Bitter, I am a strong proponent of using hydrogen to power cars, utilizing new technologies, such as using graphene to take hydrogen out of the atmosphere:

    “Graphene Could Be Used to Filter Fuel Out of Thin Air
    FIONA MACDONALD 28 NOV 2014

    Scientists in the UK have found that graphene isn’t just incredibly strong and light – it also allows protons, or positively charged hydrogen atoms, to pass through it.
    This means that in the future it could be used to build fuel cells that generate electricity from nothing but the hydrogen in the atmosphere.
    “We are very excited about this result because it opens a whole new area of promising applications for graphene in clean energy harvesting and hydrogen-based technologies,” the co-author of the study, Marcelo Lozada-Hidalgo of Manchester University, told Reuters.”

    These are exciting new technologies, that people like Bill Gates propose. The Luddite green movement opposes new technologies, since it is basically a “back to the woods” nostalgia movement. Plus it is dominated by special, such as Elon Musk, and the solar and wind industries, who all receiving billions of dollars in government subsidies and want to preserve the gravy train.

  101. Tina says:

    Ryan Saavedra
    @RealSaavedra
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    BREAKING: Trump campaign to sue CNN over pro-impeachment bias, demands ‘substantial payment’

    Trump campaign to sue CNN over pro-impeachment bias, demands ‘substantial payment’
    washingtonexaminer.

  102. Tina says:

    The jebots Hillary must be mixing booze and meds.

  103. dblaikie says:

    Please forgive a father for bragging but my oldest son Andrew and the team of Physicists that he is a part of has made a pretty neat discovery. A graphene bolometer that can actually hear and detect all forms of light, both seen and unseen. It is the culmination of two years of long hours and it will the foundation for his PHD dissertation. Here is one of the links: https://www.azonano.com/news.aspx?newsID=37017

  104. Tina says:

    And where is goober? Engage and start subpoenas on the Schiffty fact witnesses.

    Byron York
    @ByronYork
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    4h
    All nine Republicans on House Intel Committee send letter to Chairman Schiff accusing him of ‘withholding the existence of…documents from the minority.’ List 21 letters. Also slam ‘highly irregular manner’ of impeachment investigation.

  105. NYCmike says:

    If Robbie can show me where anyone held up Tulsi Gabbard as a model for Democrats, I’ll gladly agree with him.

    What I saw was another ridiculous statement made by Hillary, Robbie’s choice over Trump in 2016, about Gabbard, which Phil thought was humorous.

  106. Tina says:

    Tulsi is also a current active duty.

    Her thighness is an idiot. No wonder she is favorited by jebot.

  107. NYCmike says:

    Congrats on your son’s hard work, dblaikie!

  108. NYCmike says:

    “That’s my issue.”

    -One of many.

  109. Tina says:

    Trump campaigns lawsuit against cnn

    Maybe incompetano on faux news will opine. You no the traffic judge.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/michaelglassner/status/1185225081141772290/photo/4

  110. NYCmike says:

    Mattis got in some good gibes on Trump – well done, sir!

  111. Tina says:

    I like Mattis

    Clearly joking around in that setting.

    Funny though

    Well done general.

  112. Phil says:

    ‘Gabbard is a loony leftist”

    No argument from me on that one.

  113. NYCmike says:

    “Regardless, how did Tulsi Gabbard become a heroine to Republicans? ”

    -Please provide some evidence to back up this assertion.

    Otherwise, give me 3 Hail Mary’s and 10 Our Fathers.

  114. NYCmike says:

    “– The only wingnut I know backed Angle, COD, Buck, Mourdock, Brannon, Wolf, and several other troglodyte Senate candidates who cost the party or would have cost the party unlosable Senate seats.”

    -Robbie shows, once again, the contempt that he feels for Republican primary voters. His fascistic tendencies are becoming more apparent, the more his anger eats at his insides.

    Repent, young man! R E P E N T ! !

  115. Tina says:

    The jebots must respond. She attacked their deity.

    Tulsi Gabbard
    @TulsiGabbard
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    Great! Thank you @HillaryClinton. You, the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party for so long, have finally come out from behind the curtain. From the day I announced my candidacy, there has been a …
    Show this thread

  116. Tina says:

    Undercover Huber
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    Husband Bill Clinton takes $500,000 from Russians for a speech in Moscow?

    *NOT* a “Russian asset”

    Political opponents Jill Stein and Mike Flynn just sit next to Putin at a dinner and Carter Page gives a free speech in Moscow?

    100% “Russian assets”

    Okay
    @HillaryClinton
    ?

  117. NYCmike says:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/tulsigabbard/status/1185289626409406464

    -No wonder Robbie doesn’t like Tulsi at all…..she is going after Shillary big time!

  118. BayernFan says:

    122…. one response was “My condolences to your family.”

  119. mnw says:

    dblaikie

    Wow. Congrats. Don’t have a clue about this subject (I got a “D” in HS trig), but I’m delighted for you & your son.

  120. NYCmike says:

    ” but I’m delighted for you & your son.”

    -Bitterlaw to say DB had zero to do with this accomplishment (like a sports fan) in 3…..2……1…..

  121. NYCmike says:

    https://www.thedailybeast.com/admiral-william-mcraven-america-is-under-attack-from-trump

    -Does he give any concrete examples of illegal acts by the President? Does he give any concrete examples of what this lack of leadership looks like? Does he give any concrete evidence that America is “the protectors of the less fortunate,”?

  122. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    I may not agree with Gabbard on issues, but the attack upon her by Clinton claiming she is a Russian asset is crude and insulting. Here is Gabbard’s military background:

    “Major in the Hawaiian Army National Guard

    Gabbard served in a field medical unit of the Hawaii Army National Guard in a combat zone in Iraq from 2004 to 2005 and was deployed to Kuwait from 2008 to 2009.”

    Here is Hillary Clinton’s military background:

    “Lied about coming under gunfire in Bosnia.”

  123. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    109. “Please forgive a father for bragging but my oldest son Andrew and the team of Physicists that he is a part of has made a pretty neat discovery. A graphene bolometer that can actually hear and detect all forms of light, both seen and unseen. It is the culmination of two years of long hours and it will the foundation for his PHD dissertation. Here is one of the links: https://www.azonano.com/news.aspx?newsID=37017

    Very impressive. You should be proud. Its that type of research that matters and will take us into the future

  124. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Given Hillary Clinton’s monumental failures during the Ukrainian debacle while serving as Obama’s Secretary of State, can see Putin considering her a Russian asset.

  125. BayernFan says:

    Tulsi’s tweet thread takedown of the Queen of Warmongers is EPIC.

  126. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    If this is Hillary’s way of getting ready to announce a presidential run, its one heck of a way to start a campaign. As a follow-up, if she announces, she should have Anthony Weiner introduce her.

  127. NYCmike says:

    Maybe Hillary thought she was Benedict Arnold.

  128. Phil says:

    Nice look, Hillary. Was she drunk?

  129. Tina says:

    Alcohol plus prescriptions = Hillary,

    And the jebots still love her.

  130. Tina says:

    No wonder Clinton accused gabby. Cli Tom needs a deflection from this:

    289 replies 316 retweets 830 likes
    Reply 289 Retweet 316 Like 830

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    The State Dept Investigation Reveals Clinton Stain
    30 Security “instances”
    38 Employees were found culpable
    91 Separate violations of security protocols
    497 Violations for which no individual was found culpable
    PDF>https://www.grassley.senate.gov/sites/default/files/documents/2019-10-17%20State%20Dept.%20to%20CEG%20-%20Classified%20Emails.pdf

  131. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    A Reuters/Ipsos Poll that came out today shows Biden gaining +3%.

    Biden 21%
    Sanders 16%
    Warren 15%
    Buttigieg 5%
    Harris 3%
    Beto 3%

    Its early in the campaign the polls are fluid.

    2/3 said they could change their mind.

  132. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Harris comes across as an awful person, her polling numbers may go into the negatives. Harris -3%

  133. NYCmike says:

    Yankees score 4 runs in first, Stanton, he of the $325 million contract is one of the guys who makes an out.

    That may go down as Jeter’s best move as the Florida Marlins owner……

  134. NYCmike says:

    I wonder if Kate got too frisky last night…..

  135. dblaikie says:

    Thank you for the congrats to my Son.

  136. dblaikie says:

    I see that young Greta Thornberg has gone north to Alberta to lecture them about climate change before Monday’s election. But Canada is not the problem. Greta needs to go to China and tell the powers there to straighten up. I am sure they will just roll over.

  137. Bitterlaw says:

    109. Congratulations to your son, DB. I barely understood your post but it sounds very impressive.

    Lisab to correct all of DB’s son’s conclusions in 3…2…1….

  138. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    We were talking about electric cars in earlier posts. Here is a new problem that has arisen with Teslas.

    “Old Tesla models spontaneously stop working due to worn-out memory chips that cost owners more than $1,800 to fix Older Tesla models are malfunctioning due to worn-out memory chips
    It’s happening in vehicles about four years old and older for Model X and S Teslas are consistently writing vehicle logs that the chip eventually burns out.”

    Am sure anyone who knows about electric cars is aware of the low resale value for used ones. The reason is the cost of battery replacement. Battery warranties are typically 8-10 years. Replacing a Tesla battery can be as high as $45,000 with labor and other costs. Other electric cars are less expensive.

    “When the time comes, the costs of replacing an electric car battery run in the thousands. A Leaf battery costs $5,500, but that cost can be offset by the Leaf Battery Replacement Program; you pay about half the regular fee to receive a refurbished pack. If you’re unlucky enough to need to replace an entire Chevy Bolt battery out of warranty, it’s going to run you a breathtaking $15,550 — again, that’s just for the battery.”

    I have a friend with an electric car, who has solar panels and charges it at home. He is saving a bundle, given California gas prices. But he uses that car only for local driving. He has a gas car to go on long trips. For the average person, not living in an expensive gas state like California, an electric car is a very expensive form of virtue signalling.

  139. Cash Cow TM says:

    Election in 3 days in Canada.
    ****************************************
    Will Dave W. put up a thread on their election?

    I predict Trudeau will not win.

  140. NYCmike says:

    “Lisab to correct all of DB’s son’s conclusions in 3…2…1….”

    -HEH!

    https://getyarn.io/yarn-clip/a0523653-1a8b-4f16-a8fc-6d4c5ecf62b4

  141. lisab says:

    Hillary Clinton Asked To Leave Costco After Repeatedly Accusing Sample Lady Of Being A Russian Asset

  142. lisab says:

    Lisab to correct all of DB’s son’s conclusions in 3…2…1….”
    —————-

    why? i assume he is good at his job ….

  143. Bitterlaw says:

    No matter how low I get, lisab just keeps pushing the down button on the emotional elevator.

  144. Tina says:

    McMuffin says Tulsi is a Russian asset.

    Lol, the Hillary groupies are nuts.

  145. Tina says:

    “The population is angry look at the 53k that showed up for @POTUS’s rally. Look at the enthusiasm & the demand once again to close that border & bring the troops home! If we’re going to use military power, let’s do it at home on our borders”

    Douglas Macgregor (Tucker’s show)

  146. Phil says:

    For all you Evan McMullin fans who supported him in 2016 because he was the sane one, here is the tweet from him tonight:

    “I believe it’s true Tulsi Gabbard is with the Russians and the Russians are with Tulsi Gabbards. She confirms it every time she opens her mouth”.

    Good grief. Funny, I always figured he jumped into the race to help Hillary in 2016. He pretty much confirms that with his nutty tweet tonight. Carrying Hillary’s water on this one is beyond all belief.

  147. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    155. After his presidential campaign, people in Utah realized McMullin was a kook. He wanted to run for the special election for the 3rd Utah Congressional seat. His polling was at 3% or 4%. He has been totally forgotten in the state. He is never mentioned in the Utah press.

  148. NYCmike says:

    “NYC hardest hit. These were not Philly fans.”

    -Disgraceful behavior.

    One of the many reasons why I have no desire to go to a game in the Bronx.

  149. jason says:

    “Rasmussen: 51% of Voters Suspect High-Level Crimes to Stop Trump Presidency.”

    Glenn Reynolds has a great comment:

    “The other 49% are slow learners”

  150. Phil says:

    As far as the 2016 election he was put up by the Never Trumpers no doubt with the blessing of the Hillary Campaign. I’d never heard of him. The media kept referring to him as the”conservative alternative” to Trump. I guess Republicans were supposed to take their word for it. Thing is, most conservatives don’t take the word of of the MSM and for good reason.

  151. Phil says:

    Secret Drat asset?

    What’s secret about it?

  152. Tina says:

    Notice how amoral scumbag dropped Schiffty, like it dropped porn lawya, mueller, Russian hoax (falling for each one badly).

    Donald J. Trump
    ?
    Verified account

    @realDonaldTrump
    2h2 hours ago
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    Corrupt Congressman Adam Schiff is angry that Ambassadors that he thought would be good for his fraudulent Witch Hunt, are turning out to be good for me – some really good! He’s got all meetings locked down, no transparency, only his illegal leaks. A very dishonest sleazebag!

  153. Bitterlaw says:

    Trump is a Democrat posing as a Republican since 2015. Maybe he and Romney go to secret meetings together.

  154. Bitterlaw says:

    Romney is a Republican. Tina is not. Both can be true.

  155. Phil says:

    Romney is a Republican.

    Romney is a Democratic asset.

    As bitter likes to say, both can be true.

  156. Tina says:

    Romney is a Rino

    Tina is a conservative.

    Both can be true.

  157. Bitterlaw says:

    If we did not have parties and the General Election was between Romney and Trump, I would vote for Romney. However, in the real world, the election will be between Trump and an admitted Democrat so my vote will count in Trump’s tally. Thank God for Radnor’s awesome voting machines.

  158. Tina says:

    Goobers emotions are too much. One moment up one moment down,

    Lindsey Graham
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    We have a chance to do historic and positive things for our NATO ally, our Kurdish allies, and the people of the region.

    There is an opening – I hope people will take it.
    2:40 PM – 18 Oct 2019

  159. Bitterlaw says:

    Kissing Trump’s ass and bowing to him is not a requirement o be a Republican. Tina surrendered her RINO hunting license years ago.

  160. Bitterlaw says:

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-7589765/Strictlys-Shirley-Ballas-breast-implants-taking-save-health.html

    If you get breast implants to save your marriage, the marriage is not worth saving.

  161. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    @LindseyGrahamSC

    “Appreciate being given an update by @VP Pence on the Trump Administration’s efforts in Syria. The Vice President, Secretary of State, and their teams are trying to create a win-win in Syria.

    I hope we can find a win-win situation, but I share General Mazloum’s concerns. I also told him that Congress will stay very involved and is extremely sympathetic to the plight of the Kurds. (4/4)

    A buffer zone is acceptable to the Kurds but a military occupation that displaces hundreds of thousands is not a safe zone. It is ethnic cleansing. (3/4)”

    This would not be happening if Congressional Republicans had not rebelled against slimy Generalissimo BoneSpur and forced him to to take action.

  162. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    167. “If we did not have parties and the General Election was between Romney and Trump, I would vote for Romney. However, in the real world, the election will be between Trump and an admitted Democrat so my vote will count in Trump’s tally.”

    Am in total agreement with Bitter. I cannot vote for a socialist — so will stay with the scumbag.

  163. Tina says:

    Gooober needs to get with the program

    Buffer zone was turkeys goal. 20 km in and a return of the 3 million Syrian refugees.

    Goober loves infinite war and nation building.

    And srilll no subpoenas

  164. Tina says:

    This could be a sign of being a Russian asset:

    Tulsi Gabbard has gained more than 40,000 Twitter followers today – more than she gains in an average month.

    -Jebot Central Casting

  165. dblaikie says:

    My son’s conclusions are beyond the scope of my intellect. However, with a utility Patient pending, he really hopes his conclusions are correct.

    No on to other matters. Bernie made well over one millions dollars last year. But guess how much this great champion of the poor, the working people, gave to charity? Between ten and eleven thousand dollars — less than one percent of his income. But oh well that percentage is far more than the Cherokee blood flowing through Elizabeth’s veins.

    Good night one and all.

  166. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    174. Some program, kick the Kurds out of their homes and ancestral lands and force the Syrian refugees to live there instead. Sounds like something out of Nazi Germany — both the Nazis and Turkey were responsible for genocides in the 20th century, so they have a lot in common.

  167. Tina says:

    You need to take it up with Assad.

    The refugees should not be left for us or turkey to take care of. And we don’t deserve the thousands of euro isis either.

    Maybe Syria and the Kurds can agree on a nation state for them.

  168. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    If anyone thought CNN had a shred of integrity; guess again:

    “CNN’s stand-alone Turkish network CNN Turk, which has long been criticized as a tool of Turkey’s increasingly anti-American leadership, is directly contradicting the narrative American CNN viewers are being offered.

    CNN personalities have vilified President Trump for “betraying” the Kurds and creating a “real sense of confusion and betrayal” since Sunday’s announcement that the U.S. would pull troops from northeast Syria. Many analysts and politicians across have deemed that decision a blow to the U.S.-backed Kurds.

    But CNN Turk paints a different picture for its audience.

    “In America, CNN tells you what people in Washington want to hear,” Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Thursday. “CNN Turk knows its audience, so they’ve taken an entirely different line. They describe Turkey’s military operation in Syria as ‘a Peace Spring operation.’”

  169. Bitterlaw says:

    Tina was not critical of Trump’s Turkey/Syria/Kurd’s policy one month ago.

    Tina is not critical of Trump’s current Turkey/Syria/Kurds policy.

    The only constant in the very different policies? Trump.

  170. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    An interesting article about the outcomes of elections so far in 2019 and their potential bearing on the 2020 elections.

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/gop-making-big-gains-in-2019-after-2018-blue-wave

    Does anyone, DW & Wes come to mind, have a sense of the outcome of next months VA legislative elections?

  171. Pitchaboy says:

    DJT is a shoe-in for a landslide victory. And that is why he is being impeached

  172. Tgca says:

    181

    Results in 2019 do not surprise me. As noted all along, folks over-reacted to the 2018 GOP losses, much driven by individual retirements and GOP anti-Trump wing and not by an ideological change driving folks to support liberal ideology. Folks have been predicting the death of the GOP for two decades. Fortunately, it’s a bit more complicated than that. 2018 significantly energized both sides and Dems squeaked out victories in a number of close races. These were not district landslides across the board.

    The pendulum swings back and forth over time especially when folks get fatigued with one administration or party leadership after a bit, and I do not see the GOP being cast into the bowels of political hades within the next few years.

    Polls are but a point in time but elections are about the end game and turning out the vote strategically. The push to change the US into a socialist country and ostracizing the American way of life by a small vocal radical minority will have greater impact on long-term political allegiance than any single politician.

    I still believe if the election were held today, Trump would win handily simply because of the economy and the crazy anti-American and socialist ideas of the radical Dem candidates…and as I noted long ago, Biden was not the savior folks thought he would be and the ridiculous notion that Trump folks feared him has proven to be false.

  173. jason says:

    Good news for Trump is true. Data from the TX rally:

    53,985 voters identified

    12% have not voted in the last 4 elections

    21.4% Democrat

    11% Latino

    The Latino numbers are not encouraging however.

  174. jason says:

    if true

  175. jason says:

    “Some program, kick the Kurds out of their homes and ancestral lands and force the Syrian refugees to live there instead. Sounds like something out of Nazi Germany — both the Nazis and Turkey were responsible for genocides in the 20th century, so they have a lot in common.”

    Yep, no sugarcoating will change that.

    Trump’s bone headed unforced error is not only bad for the region, it is patently against America’s interests.

    There is no justification for it. The Neville Chamberlains here can talk themselves blue about “endless wars”, this was wrong from a both a moral and strategic standpoint.

  176. jason says:

    “Goober needs to get with the program”

    Don’t think so.

    Graham has defended Trump where he deserves to be defended.

    He does not deserve to be defended on this.

  177. Bitterlaw says:

    Jason – The same people who are worried about endless wars also give a free pass to Trump for changing American policy. This change actually caused open warfare but since it was done by Trump, they are fine with it.

  178. Tina says:

    Col. Rob Maness ret.
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    Col. Rob Maness ret. Retweeted The Notorious Poso ??
    The neocons have finally lost their minds over Trump foreign policy. Simply because he’s fixing past mistakes of their favorite warmongers.

  179. Tina says:

    Looks like the muh Kurds freed isis prisoners. Needs to be translated into English, but it’s an eyewitness account.

    http://www.leparisien.fr/international/en-syrie-les-kurdes-laissent-s-echapper-des-djihadistes-francaises-14-10-2019-8172942.php

  180. Tina says:

    Get with the program refers to using his power to subpoena. We know he is a believer in stupid foreign policy.

    But presumably, he can do more than one task, right?

  181. Wes says:

    181 is a blatant lie, Tg. Including the special election victory last year, Dems won 41 seats net from the GOP. Thirty of those victories came from ousting sitting GOP Congressmen. That means out of 43 seats flipped (the GOP having flipped two), Dems won only 13 open seats. Most of those flips came in districts Trump had carried in 2016.

    This is much in contrast to the sweeping GOP victories in 1994 and 2010, where Republicans primarily flipped seats their presidential candidates had won in 1992 and 2008 respectively.

    Now I’m on record as saying Dems are putting marginal members in danger with this foolish impeachment blather, but lying about how Dems made large gains primarily by flipping open seats doesn’t change the reality of the situation.

  182. Tina says:

    Looks like the jebots will be here soon to,tell us thst Tulsi was “endorsed” by David Duke.

  183. Bitterlaw says:

    Maybe the Kurds decided that they had to choose between guarding ISIS fighters and fighting for their survival against Turkey because of Trump’s stupid policy change.

  184. Tina says:

    Well you initially said that isis escaped because we left.

    I guess that turned out as true as the abc video from Syria, taken from the Kentucky gun range.

  185. Bitterlaw says:

    I did not say that. Maybe you were arguing with yourself and your imaginary Bitterlaw said it.

  186. Tina says:

    That was your first argument don’t deny it.

  187. dblaikie says:

    With this Tulsi Gabbard stuff I believe that Hilary has shown us that she is either getting senile, or her defeat in 2016 has finally driven her into loon land. Maybe it is a combination of both. What is really delusional are the people willing to go on TV to defend her.

    Don’t be fooled the Democratic party is imploding. This Impeachment nonsense is a sign of this. Pretty soon the media will be touting polls showing Trump approval down to 35% and those wanting to impeach and remove at 60%. What they won’t tell you is that they polled 57% dems verses 30% GOP.

  188. BayernFan says:

    I see Peggy Noonan is clutching her pearls again. smdh

  189. Bitterlaw says:

    I don’t recall saying it. If I did, I did. Maybe you could explain how you supported both Trump’s original policy and new policy when they contradict each other. Trump was right when he said he could change foreign policy in the middle of Fifth Avenue and not lose your vote.

  190. Phil says:

    Trump must resign. Kasich has come out for impeachment. All is lost now.

  191. Wes says:

    Bitter, back in the mid ‘80s, Metallica wrote a song anticipating the rise of Trump and Obama:

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xnKhsTXoKCI

  192. Wes says:

    At one time, I thought Kasich would make a great President. His TDS has driven him insane now.

  193. Tina says:

    Sue me, I was wrong on Kasich the last presidential cycle.

    Anyway, that guy needs to take a class(es) on how to properly eat.

  194. Tina says:

    His eating habits are despicable.

  195. Phil says:

    Go easy on Kasich. BTW, did you know his dad was a mailman?

  196. John says:

    According to this source with the recent Louisiana election Republicans got 25% of the black vote.
    If this holds anywhere true in the national election it’s over for the Democrats…

    https://twitter.com/FloridaDude297/status/1185094623833874432

  197. Bitterlaw says:

    Kasich is proud of his hard-working dad. Why do people mock him for it? Why does it offend people?

  198. Phil says:

    My dad was hard working too and I was proud of him. I didn’t think I needed to announce it every five minutes, Of course, I wasn’t a politician trying to pander to working class voters which is what Kasich constantly does. That’s what makes it such a joke.

  199. Sheeple, Jr. says:

    And to no one’s surprise,Francis Rooney(R-FL) has announced his retirement:

    https://twitter.com/ChadPergram/status/1185593911856762880

    Again, this stresses that any GOP congressman who gives credence to Schiff’s BS had either prepare to retire or lose in a primary. District voted 57% for Trump, so it’ll be Safe-R.(H/T:Freego at RRH)

  200. dblaikie says:

    I guess this crap meets twitter’s standards — at least for a liberal. I wonder how long it will be before she takes it down?

  201. lisab says:

    One-Fifth of Americans are Responsible for Half the Country’s Food-Based Emissions

    Undocumented workers have diets that produce 1/210th the CO2 of the average white family.

  202. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    191. “Maybe the Kurds decided that they had to choose between guarding ISIS fighters and fighting for their survival against Turkey because of Trump’s stupid policy change.”

    That is exactly what happened. Actually it is Trump who is responsible for the freeing of the ISIS prisoners. Do you really believe the Kurdish guards are not going to leave and protect their homes and families.

  203. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Kasich impresses me as the ultimate milquetoast. I never liked him. He seemed a political jellyfish with no spine.

  204. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    Our wonderful NATO ally:

    “MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia does not rule out reaching a new contract to supply its air defense missile systems to Turkey, Interfax news agency cited Russian Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov as saying on Saturday.

    Borisov also did not rule out Turkey expressing an interest in purchasing Russian SU-35 and SU-57 aircraft, it added.”

  205. SanDiegoCitizen says:

    “2020 Democratic candidates Marianne Williamson and Andrew Yang are backing Representative Tulsi Gabbard, D-H.I., after Hillary Clinton accused her of being a “Russian asset.””

    This could be the beginning of a fabulous third party.