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    Buttigieg Surges Ahead in NH

    A new poll came out yesterday from Saint Anselm College that shows Pete Buttigieg now moving into a lead in the state of New Hampshire.

    Pete Buttigieg 24%
    Joe Biden 15%
    Elizabeth Warren 15%
    Bernie Sanders 9%
    Amy Klobuchar 6%
    Tom Steyer 5%
    Cory Booker 3%
    Tulsi Gabbard 3%
    Andrew Yang 2%
    Kamala Harris 1%

    This poll was done November 13-18 among 512 registered voters. Buttigieg now has leads outside the margin of error in the states of Iowa and New Hampshire in the past week. Wow.

    Posted by Dave at 12:25 pm
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    512 Responses to “Buttigieg Surges Ahead in NH”

    1. jason says:

      If we weren’t in a kangaroo court this should end this charade.

      Q: Did POTUS ever tell you “personally” about any preconditions for aid to be released? For a White House meeting?

      Sondland:”No…personally no.”

    2. jason says:

      Sondland admits nobody ever told him about any quid pro quo, but he “assumed” it was.

      He admits that in a conversation with Trump, where he asked Trump point blank “what do you want from the Ukraine” Trump said “nothing, there is no quid pro quo”

      The rest is speculation, hearsay and BS.

    3. jason says:

      Won’t make the MSM headlines:

      “Ukrainian members of parliament have demanded the presidents of Ukraine and the United States, Volodymyr Zelensky and Donald Trump, investigate suspicions of the legalization of $7.4 billion by the ‘family’ of ex-President Viktor Yanukovych through the American investment fund Franklin Templeton Investments, which they said has ties to the U.S. Democratic Party.”

    4. Tina says:

      L NEWS
      BREAKING NEWS: Head of the Ukrainian Burisma gas Company Indicted, Hunter Biden named accepting millions more from slush fund

    5. NYCmike says:

      “The rest is speculation, hearsay and BS.”

      Jebots: If it’s good enough for Schiff and Pelosi, it’s good enough for us!

    6. Waingro says:

      Wow. Trump in great shape in Wisco.

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      Trump 47% (+3)
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    7. NYCmike says:

      Waingro says:
      November 20, 2019 at 1:52 pm

      Wow. Trump in great shape in Wisco.

      -Don’t get cocky, kid!

    8. Waingro says:

      #8, ha, I’m not even a Trump supporter (yet)! But that is a hell of a poll for him in a key state this far out. And it’s from the “gold standard” of WI.

    9. Tina says:

      I think the wi poll was done by Russians


    10. Tina says:

      Sounds like the sheot show continues.

      Shem Horne
      ??? the Democrats are now quoting Michael Cohen talking about President Trump speaking “in code” and Sondland replies all his conversations with President Trump were direct. Hilarious they tried to pull that. They know his testimony destroys their narrative.

    11. NYCmike says:


      I will not be convinced that he will win re-election until all the votes have been counted and the totals are 1) outside the range of Democratic (with #NeverTrumper assistance) fraud practices, and 2) the fat lady sings (Stacey Abrams?).

    12. dblaikie says:

      7 If Trump is in that good of shape in Wisconsin it counts as the big news of the day! By the way in the same poll concerning impeachment 53% of the registered voters are against impeachment only 40% are in favor. A continued trend over the last week. Thank you Adam Schiff for your support of Donald Trump.

    13. John says:

      “To this day, Burisma’s connection to Hunter Biden has made it much harder for Ukrainian authorities to investigate the company for corruption, current and former officials in Ukraine tell TIME.”

    14. Hunter says:

      No quid pro quo? Too bad! America should not throw money at corrupt or outright hostile governments no questions asked! Considering that the Obama administration had a hand in the Ukrainian coup to expand globalist controlled zone in Europe and meddled in the Ukrainian affairs, the current administration in Ukraine can only be more corrupt than any previous one. There is food for thought whether America should be recognizing the current administration in Ukraine.


    15. Bitterlaw says:

      TIME still exists? Who knew?

    16. dblaikie says:

      Judge Napalitano is a joke!

    17. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      From Politico:

      POLITICO and Morning Consult surveyed registered voters beginning after the second public hearing of the impeachment inquiry, and the poll results may indicate that support for the inquiry has reached its peak after steadily building over the past several months. The results were largely driven by independent voters, among whom support dropped by 7 points over the past week.

      “Voter opposition to the impeachment inquiry is at its highest point since Morning Consult and POLITICO began tracking the issue,” said Tyler Sinclair, Morning Consult’s vice president. “A key driver for this shift appears to be independents. Today, 47 percent of independents oppose the impeachment inquiry, compared to 37 percent who said the same one week ago.”

    18. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Donald J. Trump Retweeted
      MoreOversight Committee Republicans Retweeted Rep Andy Biggs
      President Obama gave Ukraine blankets. President Trump gave Ukraine missiles.

      Obama/Hillary Clinton incompetence resulted in the Russians being able to take Crimea from the Ukraine. It also resulted in the resurgence of ISIS which resulted in misery throughout the Mideast.

    19. NYCmike says:

      “It also resulted in the resurgence of ISIS which resulted in misery throughout the Mideast.”

      -But Trump tweets and says mean things!

    20. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The founder of Extinction Rebellion has show why many in the green movement today are referred to as eco-Nazis:

      “The British co-founder of Extinction Rebellion sparked outrage in Germany today by referring to the Holocaust as ‘just another f***ery in human history’.

      Roger Hallam compared the murder of six million Jewish people at the hands of the Nazis to other historical massacres and claimed that memory of the Shoah – or Holocaust – was holding Germany back.

      The 53-year-old former organic farmer was quickly condemned by Extinction Rebellion groups in Germany after his interview with a newspaper in the country.

      In an English-language interview, he told Die Zeit: ‘The extremity of a trauma…can create a paralysis in actually learning the lessons from it.

      ‘The fact of the matter is, millions of people have been killed in vicious circumstances on a regular basis throughout history.’”

    21. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      22. ,,more-

      “He said: ‘I want to fully acknowledge the unimaginable suffering caused by the Nazi holocaust, that led to all of Europe saying, ”never again”.

      ‘But it is happening again, on a far greater scale, and in plain sight. The global north is pumping lethal levels of CO2 into the atmosphere and simultaneously erecting ever greater barriers to immigration, turning whole regions of the world into death zones. That is the grim reality.

      ‘We are allowing our governments to willingly, and in full knowledge of the science, engage in genocide of our young people and those in the global south by refusing to take emergency action to reduce carbon emissions.'”

    22. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “How dare you? You have stolen my dreams and my childhood!” insisted teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg at the United Nations. “We are in the beginning of a mass extinction!”

      “The world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change!” adds Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

      Then there is Joe Biden. He was vice president for eight years until 2016, and a leading senator for 36 years – and after almost 45 years of public service, he is now telling us the world is doomed.

      ““We have 12 years to act!” says Joe Biden.”

      Perhaps he should have mentioned it earlier?

    23. jason says:

      RepMikeTurner: “Is it correct no one on this planet told you that @realdonaldtrump was tying this aid to the investigation? If your answer is yes, then the Chairman is wrong and the headline on @CNN is wrong.”

      Ambassador Sondland: “Yes.”

    24. Hugh says:

      So if burr had grown a pair would he have received this letter? Let’s see if at some point he’s had enough of being a useful idiot for the dems.https://mobile.twitter.com/ChuckRossDC/status/1197312740781707264

    25. jason says:

      Maybe they can find somebody who claims “they know someone who heard the conversation”

      he Vice President never had a conversation with Gordon Sondland about investigating the Bidens, Burisma, or the conditional release of financial aid to Ukraine based upon potential investigations.

      “Ambassador Gordon Sondland was never alone with Vice President Pence on the September 1 trip to Poland. This alleged discussion recalled by Ambassador Sondland never happened.

      “Multiple witnesses have testified under oath that Vice President Pence never raised Hunter Biden, former Vice President Joe Biden, Crowdstrike, Burisma, or investigations in any conversation with Ukrainians or President Zelensky before, during, or after the September 1 meeting in Poland.”

    26. jason says:

      That was a note released by Pence’s Chief of Staff.

    27. Tina says:

      So, gossip blower is triggered by the most corrupt committee in congress, the SSIC, and he refuses to do a sit down with Fib?

    28. jason says:

      You won’t see MSM headlines…

      TURNER: “What about the aid? He says that they weren’t tied, that the aid was not tied — ”

      “SONDLAND: “And I didn’t say they were — they were conclusively tied either. I said I was presuming it.”

      TURNER: “Okay. So the President never told you they were tied. So your testimony, his testimony, is consistent in the President did not tie aid to investigations.”

      SONDLAND: “That’s correct.”

    29. jason says:

      Which Democrat will be the first to congratulate Biden on the birth of his newest grandchild at the debate?

    30. NYCmike says:


      -Well, he knows people, even “conservative Republicans from Illinois and Kentucky, won’t bother him about this, so why make a fuss about it.

    31. Wobbles says:

      I have sent Biden a congratulations card.

      I think this baby is bad for Trump.

    32. Cash Cow TM says:

      Trump speaks in CODE?

      What a joke…

      Cripes, he can barely speak in English and be coherent.

    33. lisab says:

      he is going to be impeached, i cannot see the dems walking this back

      it is a disaster for democracy in our country and exactly what our founding fathers did not want, partisan impeachments just because one side did not like the last election

      it goes against john locke’s teachings that you live by election results

      the dems have reached a new low … and it should scare you because if this is how government hacks treat the president …

      you can be sure they won’t think twice about making your life miserable … “who should i audit? uh huh … i see bitterlaw is a republican … let’s audit him … i heard he is a tax cheat”

    34. lisab says:

      Hunter Biden’s newborn baby appointed to the board of Burisma Gas Witholdings and CFO at Rosemont Seneca

    35. dblaikie says:

      “he is going to be impeached, i cannot see the dems walking this back”

      All I see is the Democrats walking alright. They are walking the plank.

      Frankly, I tend to believe you lisab, but after today I think that there is a slim chance that the Democrat vote against Impeachment is going to rise. These members from strong Trump districts will not be able to endure this for long. They may vote for impeachment but it will be nothing but a Pyrrhic victory and a vote that will have an embarrassing number of democrats not going along with this whole farce.

    36. lisab says:

      Man Feels The Need To Clarify He Doesn’t Support Trump Before Every Mundane Statement

      WINDSOR HEIGHTS, IA—Sources close to local man Aaron Dudley confirmed Wednesday that the man somehow feels the need to clarify that he doesn’t support President Trump before every single statement he makes.

      Dudley told reporters the move is just to make sure no one mistakes him for a Trump supporter when he says he likes a particular movie or comments on how nice the weather is on a given morning.

      “Look, I’m not saying I support President Trump, but I thought Captain Marvel was just OK,” he told a friend over coffee Wednesday. “I’m not a Trump supporter though! I’m not. Just wanted to be clear on that.”

      The man is always sure to frame each statement in the context that he’s not a Trump supporter, whether he’s having a casual conversation with his wife, making an observation about the text in a Bible study, or ordering tacos.

      “Did I mention that I don’t support Trump? Just want to be clear on that before I order my value meal,” he reportedly said to a Taco Bell employee. “Not a Trump supporter.” He also told another employee he didn’t support Trump while asking for more hot sauce “just in case you got that impression or something.”

      At publishing time, Dudley had told a friend that he’s not a Trump supporter but he’s excited that baseball season is almost here again.

    37. lisab says:

      “They may vote for impeachment but it will be nothing but a Pyrrhic victory and a vote that will have an embarrassing number of democrats not going along with this whole farce.”

      it will be a pyrrhic loss for our democracy

      but i think they will do it.

      the thrill they get from impeaching trump is the same thrill they got from supporting clinton. they just want to beat republicans.

      they don’t exactly have core democratic principles

    38. Phil says:

      I’m trying to imagine past honorable liberals like Hubert Humphrey looking down on the present Democratic Party and wondering what he’d be thinking. Pretty sure I know. He would be disgusted.

    39. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      34. If you go to Democratic websites, such as Nate Silver, you can see their hope is that the impeachment hearings will turn independents and other voters against from Trump. This is about weakening Trump so that he will not be re-elected in 2020.

      The Democrats know Trump will not be convicted by the Senate; they are not interested in actual evidence that would be admissible in court. Presumptions made by witnesses are being treated as actual proof of guilt. Their trying to pick up the pieces of Mueller’s failed investigation.

    40. Phil says:

      SDC, your last paragraph sums up the Democrats strategy and their desired result of this impeachment fraud perfectly.

    41. lisab says:

      they are not interested in actual evidence that would be admissible in court.

      which is the problem

      impeachment was not made to score political points

    42. Wes says:

      On impeachment, Dems have one mentality:

      The ends justify the means.

      The irony is that Trump did enough damage to himself with his famously eager Twitter account and propensity for asinine statements to ensure his own defeat.

      The Dem base is howling for Pelosi and Company to remove him early though for multifarious phantom crimes and minor transgressions they would have—and, indeed, have—overlooked in politicians of their own party.

      Trump has made them absolutely and utterly unhinged. In the process, they’v become obsessed with removing him from office by means outside the actual political process.

      Trump is still Trump, so I have no reason to believe he won’t continue to make stupid momentum-killing mistakes like his tweet during a former employee’s testimony, but Dems by their Kafkaesque fervor to remove Trump May trigger a pox-on-both-your-houses mentality among voters otherwise ready to remove Trump from office at the ballot box next year.

    43. Tina says:

      There was a Drat debate last nightt. China Biden appears to have short circuited.

      Follow Follow @bennyjohnson

      “Keep punching at it, Keep punching at it”

    44. Wes says:

      For some reason, Republicans seem to want Lucy McBath to win re-election:


    45. jason says:

      The only thing I don’t agree with wes is that the Dems would behave differently even if Trump behaved like Mother Teresa.

      What made the Dems “absolutely and utterly unhinged” was the fact he won. He will continue the “propensity for asinine statements and stupid momentum killing mistakes”.

      Both can be true.

    46. Paul says:

      Our government is based upon a Constitution, not John Locke’s teachings. Impeachment is a part of our Constitution. Whether or not these charges are worthy of impeachment is a separate question.

    47. jason says:

      The fact the other candidates are dropping out means Karen Handel is the strongest candidate the GOP has.

    48. jason says:

      Morning, ma.

    49. Paul says:

      Where do you get that John Locke would be against impeachment, anyway? It sounds like he is in favor of removing authority if they become criminal.

      “Where-ever law ends, tyranny begins, if the law be transgressed to another’s harm; and whosoever in authority exceeds the power given him by the law, and makes use of the force he has under his command, to compass that upon the subject, which the law allows not, ceases in that to be a magistrate; and, acting without authority, may be opposed, as any other man, who by force invades the right of another,” (Locke, Second Treatise of Government).

    50. Wes says:

      jason says:
      November 21, 2019 at 8:51 am
      The fact the other candidates are dropping out means Karen Handel is the strongest candidate the GOP has.


      You clearly weren’t paying attention in 2017, Jason, when despite being the only candidate to have appeared on the ballot districtwide in the primary, Handel got 19% of the vote and followed that up with an anemic 3.6% victory in the runoff in a district no Republican had lost since 1976.

      She followed that up with an outright loss to a political liberal—again in a district no Republican had lost since 1976—in 2018.

      If Handel is the best the GAGOP has to offer then Republicans deserve to lose that seat again. With her on the ballot, defeat is a virtually inevitable outcome.

    51. jason says:

      Impeachment is a part of our Constitution. Whether or not these charges are worthy of impeachment is a separate question.”

      So how about a bet, if you find any post here where anyone said impeachment is not part of the Constitution, you win, if you don’t, I win.

      That’s like saying executions are a part of the legal framework so it’s ok to execute innocent people.

      And it’s not even a question of whether the charges are worthy of impeachment or not. The problem here is the kangaroo court and Stalinist process being used to determine that.

      You can start by explaining why Rs are not allowed to call their own witnesses and why Schiff was allowed to leak selective, out of context, testimomy from secret, closed door hearings.

    52. jason says:

      Dang Ma, that is good bait. Brought in a whopper wesfish in what, 8 minutes!

    53. Phil says:

      So what’s Schiff rolling out under the Big Top today?

      Can’t wait.

    54. jason says:

      That was a joke, wes fell for it, I have no idea this time around who the best R candidate would be for that district.

      But as far as the rest of the garbage wes wrote, he conveniently left out some major facts.

      Handel WAS the best candidate the Rs could field in 2017, and the reason she only got 19% in the primary was because there were a lot of candidates running. Then her “anemic 3.6%” victory was in fact pretty impressive given that her race was nationalized against an extremely well funded (over $30 million) Dem, a darling of the MSM, assisted thousands of volunteers from outside the district. And she lost a close election in 2018 in a year that Rs lost 42 seats.

      So let’s see. If Handel is such a bad candidate, maybe Wes can explain why people are dropping out rather than run against her.

    55. jason says:

      So what’s Schiff rolling out under the Big Top today? ”

      He has a guy who overheard things in a conversation that Sondland had with Trump that even Sondland doesn’t remember hearing.

    56. Wes says:

      In impeachment, the House serves as a grand jury engaged in measuring the weight of evidence against the accused officeholder while the Senate serves as a petite jury which convicts or exonerates the accused.

      During this trial, the House is violating due process in its hamfisted attempts to find a crime to charge Trump with and is making more of a mockery of the process than Newt Gingrich did 20 years ago.

      It truly is an utterly appalling debacle that will accomplish nothing.

    57. jason says:

      wes, I haven’t been following that district. If you have a better candidate than Handel running in the district who you think can beat the Dem, let me know and I will send him/her a check. I would like to see the Rs win the district back, that is the bottom line.

    58. dblaikie says:

      Wes, I got to hand it to you, what an elegant way to get out of your hard, take no prisoners stand that Trump had absolutely no chance of reelection. I agree with your view, by the way, that the Dems would over reach on impeachment and imperial their own chances in 2020. However, my friend, that is my entire point. You cannot speak definitively in 2018 about 2020. In short, stuff happens.

      When the DOJIG report comes out that will shake things up. When the Congress finally passes the new trade bill with Canada and Mexico that will shake things up. If a trade deal is made with China that will shake things up. And, oh yes, I agree with you if Trump makes some sort of stupid inane tweet that will shake things up. Welcome to the 2020 election.

    59. jason says:

      During this trial, the House is violating due process in its hamfisted attempts to find a crime to charge Trump with and is making more of a mockery of the process than Newt Gingrich did 20 years ago.”

      Well said. I apologize for saying wes is always wrong.

      Oh wait, did I say that?

    60. Wes says:

      Jason, Handel’s opponent was a carpetbagging deadbeat Star Wars cosplayer. She was the former Secretary of State of Georgia. She trailed him for most of the runoff period until the lunatic in VA tried to kill Republican members of Congress.

      She still couldn’t even get to a 4% margin of victory against a 30-year-old Star Wars-cosplaying leech who lived outside the district.

      None of the Republicans who’ve abandoned the race has been particularly impressive though a potentially solid businesswoman is still in the race.

    61. dblaikie says:

      The worst mistake the Democrats have made with this Impeachment nonsense is put Adam Schiff in charge. To put it mildly he reeks and oozes sleaze.

    62. jason says:

      hen the DOJIG report comes out that will shake things up. When the Congress finally passes the new trade bill with Canada and Mexico that will shake things up. If a trade deal is made with China that will shake things up. ”

      One can always hope.

      It might make page 34, 42 and 48 respectively of the NYT, and might be covered at 3:43 AM by CNN.

    63. jason says:

      Jason, Handel’s opponent was a carpetbagging deadbeat Star Wars cosplayer.”

      He was a moron, no doubt. But he had 30 million to spend, unlimited free and positive press, and an army of volunteer moonbats flooding the district.

      Sometimes idiots make formidable candidates. Ossoff was a strong candidate not because he was necessarily a good candidate, but because of the funding and support he had in a nationalized race.

    64. mRviTO says:

      what are Fiona Hill’s pronouns?

    65. SusyQue says:

      Vindman seems to have links with powerful and corrupted people in the old regime. They offered him to be Secretary of Defense for Ukraine! And he shows up pretending to be Captain America.

      He should be stripped of all his metals! He is a traitor. PRAY for our great leader Donald J. Trump!

    66. SusyQue says:


      Macy’s Stock in July 2015 when they stopped selling Trump goods – $72 per share

      Macy’s Stock this morning after announcing another year of 50% reduction in stock – $14 per share

      CONGRATULATUONS TRUMP VOTERS! We aren’t the loudest boycotts but we certainly are the BEST AT STICKING WITH IT!

      PS- Great job on Nike too. Their CEO stepped down last month!


      IN HIM

    67. jason says:

      ssq is the Proud Obamacon of the right.”

      I doubt if you add their IQs you get to 100.

    68. jason says:

      Today’s witnesses disagreed with Trump’s foreign policy.


    69. Wes says:

      I doubt their combined IQs would reach -100, Jason.

    70. jason says:

      Breaking news:

      “Tim Tebow is mourning the loss of his beloved dog, Bronco, after putting the pet down on Wednesday night.

      The former NFL athlete, 32, shared a heart-wrenching video to Instagram before saying goodbye to his furry friend, breaking down in tears as he fed Bronco a snack one final time.”

    71. jason says:

      Everyone send me a check for $100 and I will refrain from posting the heart wrenching video.

      No, it is not quid pro quo.

    72. Paul says:

      lisab has said, with some vague citing of John Locke, that the process of change occurs with elections and that impeachments were not an appropriate course of action. I thought she meant that they were always inappropriate. I may have misunderstood her.

    73. jason says:

      Joe Biden on domestic violence:

      “Keep punching”

    74. jason says:

      Bitter has not been posting much, too busy trying to suck up to his new boss probably.

    75. Phil says:

      Joe Biden says “we should keep punching at domestic violence”

      OK, Joe.

      I can’t think of anything to add to that.

    76. jason says:

      I see Tina already had the scoop on Biden.

      Oh well.

    77. John says:

      It seems that the word ‘censure’ is suddenly popping up on Fox News especially Chris Wallace.
      Borrowing a saying from Walter Cronkite area…’if you lose Chris Wallace you lost this impeachment push’.

    78. Phil says:

      Republicans aren’t going to agree to censure the President at this point. Why would they? Make Democrats try the President in the Senate. The President will actually get his own witnesses and it won’t be a sham, one sided show trial.

      It will basically be a two month long Trump fundraiser.

      I agree it does give us an insight into Trump hater Wallace’s mind as far as how he thinks impeachment is playing…..not well and that is starting to dawn on Mr Wallace. Yesterday afternoon did not go as planned.

    79. mR.viTO says:

      Guy Benson Retweeted
      Eli Lake
      Fiona Hill subtly rebuked Schiff in his first question. She emphasized that Russia spreads its bet and its campaign was not to install an agent in the WH, but to discredit whoever was going to win the election in 2016, dividing the American people.

      Guy Benson Retweeted
      Philip Klein
      Fiona Hill actually providing fodder for critics of Russiagate, arguing that portraying Trump as an illegitimate president propped up by Russia plays right into their hands & helped fulfill Russia’s goals of creating chaos in U.S. politics.

    80. jason says:

      Dems don’t need Rs to pass a censure motion in the House.

      It will probably even get a few votes from weak kneed Rs.

      Personally, although I see Phil’s point about a Senate trial, I would prefer not to see Trump impeached.

      Not so much because of Trump per se, but because of the precedent it would set for future impeachments, it would just become a weapon of choice to try to overturn the results of elections and impeach Presidents for policy differences.

    81. Cash Cow TM says:

      Handel in GA should stick to composing classical requiems?

    82. jason says:

      Chris Wallace has no convictions of his own, he just goes with the prevailing winds. If the prevailing winds are “bombshell” he goes with “bombshell”.

      Full disclosure, I don’t watch his show, and maybe the MSM is just using him as a useful idiot out of context. If that is the case, I would owe him an apology (if A-holes did that sort of thing).

    83. Cash Cow TM says:

      Is THGIS above the REAL sock, Mr. Vito?

      I have missed that guy…

    84. jason says:

      Handel in GA should stick to composing classical requiems?”

      I think everyone in her district should grab on to her.

    85. jason says:

      That is not his handle…..

    86. jason says:

      My congressman…Scott Perry

      “We are in recess so we can go vote. But no votes have actually been called. Is it too cynical to believe this break is just so Chairman Schiff can go set his narrative to the media prior to minority cross examination?”

    87. mRviTO says:

      Love Handel

      Handel, with Care

      Handel bar none

      Get Handel on it

    88. jason says:

      Actually, THAT does sound like Vito.

    89. jason says:

      “Another poll finds that public support for President Trump has not waned in the face of House impeachment hearings, and the approval for his handling of the economy has hit a new record high.

      “In today’s Gallup survey, 57% approve of the Trump economy. That, said the survey analysis, is “by one percentage point, his best as president.”

      “It comes as the stock market is hitting new highs, and unemployment is at a low for several groups.

      “Meanwhile, Gallup found that Trump’s approval rating is at a near high of 43% for the year. The last time he was at that level was before the Ukraine phone call emerged.

      “Most importantly, Republicans still have strong support for the president, at 90%.”

      The last number is key. Trump is going nowhere with those kind of numbers from Rs.

    90. Cash Cow TM says:

      If it IS the Sock,

      we need to haver a Cow-Sock reunion, without putting up with the humans amongst us…

      It will be a Cow-Sock-A-Paloosa…

      Or maybe we can meet in Japan and can call it a
      I need to know what the Sock thinks about all the goings ons about impeachment…

    91. mR.viTO says:

      “I need to know what the Sock thinks about all the goings ons about impeachment…”


      If the voice don’t reach, you can’t impeach.


    92. Cash Cow TM says:

      I have never bought the argument that we:

      –should not impeach Bill Clinton because the stock market was doing well.

      –should not be critical of Obama because the stock market was doing well.

      –should not impeach Trump because the stock market is doing well.
      Connecting two things that are not really connected.

      “We should not kill the turkey for the Thanksgiving dinner…BECAUSE THE STOCK MARKET IS DOING WELL!”

      “We should not arrest speeders, BECAUSE THE STOCK MARKET IS DOING WELL!”

      “That couple should not get a divorce, BECAUSE THE STOCK MARKET IS DOING WELL!”

    93. jason says:

      Bitter, do we have enough in the A-hole Treasury to fund a trip to Tim Tebow’s dog funeral?

      I know you don’t think much of Tebow, but this is for his dog, not him.

    94. Cash Cow TM says:

      I propose we get Tebow’s dog and have him stuffed and put in the A-Hole club house there in Philly.

      We could then open it up to tourists who come to see the liberty bell, etc. and charge a fee and make money to buy important things like hay and such.

    95. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason- The A-hole Funeral Fund was frozen when MD left. Use the Sketchy and Untraceable Fund to attend the funeral.

    96. Bitterlaw says:

      If this is really Mr. Vito, he will post his photo.

    97. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Emerson Poll

      Sanders 50% (+1)
      Trump 49%

      Trump 50%
      Warren 50%

      Trump 51% (+2)
      Biden 49%

      Trump 52% (+4)
      Buttigieg 48%


    98. SanDiegoCitizen says:


      NATIONAL POLL: Impeachment 45% Oppose 43% Support

    99. Tina says:

      Fredo is getting burned on his phone stunt.

    100. jason says:

      I never kill turkeys for Thanksgiving, the truth is they are hard to hunt.

    101. jason says:

      I propose we get Tebow’s dog and have him stuffed and put in the A-Hole club house there in Philly.

      We could then open it up to tourists who come to see the liberty bell, etc. and charge a fee and make money to buy important things like hay and such.”

      Cow, seems like a lot of work.

      If you want to help the A-hole treasury just ask Walt to send us a check.

      Thanks though.

    102. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag hardest hit.

      “WASHINGTON, D.C.—The exciting new TV show Impeachment Inquiry was poised to take the ratings by storm, promising to eclipse all the other shows in its time slot. But the show will be canceled after one season, like a lot of bad TV shows and also Firefly.

      After just five rocky episodes that failed to deliver any major plot twists, producers pulled the plug on the impeachment inquiry due to lack of viewers.”

    103. jason says:

      When you can’t even get the flaming liberals on the CA SC to agree..

      “The California Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a state law that would have required President Trump to release his tax returns in order to appear on the state’s primary ballot.

      Justices in Sacramento said that the law – which required all candidates for president and governor to submit five years’ worth of personal income tax returns in order to be included on primary ballots – was unconstitutional. “

    104. John says:

      According to Gallup the Economic Confidence Index just rose to the second highest mark since February…

    105. jason says:

      “There are about 330 million Americans. According to the ratings, nearly 320 million of them aren’t watching the House impeachment proceedings against President Trump”

    106. John says:

      According to this betting site Warren has dropped like a rock…


    107. jason says:

      Sanders’ picture on that site must have been taken in 1983.

    108. jason says:


      “NUNES: “For those of you at home, it’s time to change the channel.
      Turn down the volume.
      Hide the kids.
      Put them to bed.
      I yield to Mr. Schiff, for story time hour.”

    109. jason says:

      Chris Cuomo has a Darden “OJ put on the gloves moment…


    110. Tina says:

      Say hello. Car 54 where are you?

      · 3h
      Chris Cuomo calls his mom to prove you can hear someone talking on the phone without speakerphone and it was… something.

      “Can you just say hello? Mom? She probably can’t hear me. Mom, can you hear me? Mom? Say hello to Dana Bash.”

    111. Tina says:

      Jebots crushed

      HUGE –> Another poll finds impeachment backfiring.

      ? Trump approval “bounced” 5 points to 48% (was 43% in October)

      ? Support for impeachment drops 5 points.

      ? A SEISMIC 30-point swing among independents, who now OPPOSE impeachment by 15 points.

    112. jason says:

      Holmes would have to be like within a foot of the phone to hear anything…besides, who takes a call for the President and holds out the phone for others to hear or allow someone to stand right next to them…sounds like BS.

    113. jason says:

      From the President.

    114. jason says:

      I bet the reaction of 99.99% of people who take calls from a President when in a public place is to seek a more secluded spot.

    115. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      So were suppose to impeach a president based on information someone claimed they overhead while eavesdropping on a telephone conversation? This is turning into a complete fiasco, no matter how hard the liberal media tries to spin it.

    116. jason says:

      These people have no shame. Fiona Hill just outraged military aid got held up a few weeks, right?

      Well just a couple years ago she wrote an op-ed opposing military aid to the Ukraine.

      Hill’s piece was entitled “How aiding the Ukrainian military could push Putin into a regional war.”

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    117. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “David Axelrod says former Vice President Joseph R. Biden’s behavior throughout the Democratic Party’s primary process is something akin to watching “Mr. Magoo” cartoons.”

      Wonder what a President Magoo would be like?

    118. NYCmike says:

      “You can’t make this sh-t up.”

      -What was it Obama always said……..YES WE CAN!!!

    119. jason says:

      This is what you miss not having grown up in America.

      I don’t have any idea who Mr. Magoo is.

      A talking llama?

    120. jason says:

      Messy hardest hit.

      Dem witness says Steele Dossier was Russian misinformation and that Steele “bought it” because he “was always looking for new business”.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    121. jason says:

      Schiff’s eyes must have bugged out of their sockets when she said that.

    122. jason says:

      Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said he expects the Senate to hold a trial and that Trump will be acquitted.”

      So the Dems have convicted Trump in advance and McConnell has acquitted him in advance.

      The rational thing to do would be to drop the Kabuki Theater and attend to the nation’s business.

      Fat chance.

    123. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      Will Hurd(R-TX), the most moderate Republican in the House and no fan of Trump’s will be a NO on impeachment. At this time, I do not see any House Republicans abandoning ship.
      How about you? Do you see any House Republicans moving to the dark side of the Force?

      Any thoughts on how many Democrats in the House vote NO? I would think about 10.

    124. Tina says:

      Faux needs to can his arse:


      “Wallace: ‘It’s gonna take a dead Russian hooker at the bottom of the Hudson before Republicans wake up”
      7 replies 6 retweets 14 likes

    125. jason says:

      I don’t see any Rs in the House or the Senate supporting this garbage, not even scumbag Romney.

      Yesterday was a good test, with all the “bombshell” headlines, nobody seems to have bolted. I didn’t read any “this is very concerning” BB from any of the usual suspects.

    126. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Here is a clip of Mr. Magoo. Can see the similarity to Biden:


    127. Phil says:


      I see no Republicans in the House breaking. If Hurd isn’t voting yes no one is. As far as Democrats, it is hard to say. There are 31 Democrats in Trump districts. We know of two for sure. Peterson in Minn is in a district Trump carried by 30 points. He’s a no. The gentleman from NJ has signaled he’s a no. Depends on how many Nancy thinks she wants to protect. She wants to give cover to as many as possible but not let too many defect because it will look bad. My guess, in the end there will be a minimum of 6 and as many as 10 Democrats that defect in the end.

    128. Tina says:


      22m22 minutes ago
      EXCLUSIVE: FBI official under investigation after allegedly altering document in 2016 Russia probe https://cnn.it/2XzKuhC

    129. Tina says:

      From cn and n article, notice how they spin:

      m6 minutes ago
      ???? CNN says that Horowitz finding proof of FBI corruption targeting the Trump campaign will be used to fuel conspiracy theories about FBI corruption targeting the Trump campaign. Whoever wrote this article did it through tears and a psychotic break.

    130. Phil says:

      In the Senate there will be no Republican votes for conviction. No, not even Romney. Democratic defections? Two for sure. Manchin isn’t voting to remove. Trump carried his state by 42 points. LOL. Jones from Alabama who is up for re-election? He’s already a dead man walking. He knows a yes vote makes him an immediate corpse. The gal from Arizona who has taken pains to appear moderate is a distinct possibility. Tester because he is from Montana is another possibility. My prediction is, let’s say 44 votes for conviction and 56 no’s.

      Frankly, this going down that bad doesn’t look so hot. Don’t know what Democrats think they are getting out of such a one sided vote to acquit with not a shred of bipartisan support in either House. I don’t care what Chis Wallace thinks. I know one thing. It will fire up the Republican base and mean a lot of money pouring in to both Trump and the Republican Party.

    131. jason says:

      Not a fan of Erick Erickson, but the compilation he made explains why the MSM has cried wolf just too many times.


    132. Phil says:

      Saw that, Jason. It’s a killer as far as MSM credibility and they didn’t have all that much left to begin with. Just shreds it and, of course, makes the latest Ukraine MSM dramatics ring just that much more hollow.

    133. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      132. Agree Phil. However, do believe Jones from Alabama may vote to impeach. He knows he will lose in the next election, he will want to keep his liberal credentials intact for possible employment opportunities after his Senate term ends.

    134. jason says:

      I think Pelosi is not going to be able go give special dispensation on impeachment. If she really thinks there are 10 votes against she might go for censure instead. A close vote in the House would be embarrassing for the Dems, just like if 5 Rs defected in the Senate it would be embarrassing for the GOP. Manchin might be the lone Dem to vote against. Jones has probably already given up.

    135. jason says:

      Heh, SDC, we agree on Jones, I had not ready your post.

    136. Phil says:

      That could be, SD. He’s not stupid and knows he’s out the door in November anyway vs Sessions especially with a Republican turnout in a presidential year. Depends on what he sees as his future. If he has any aspirations for future statewide office in Alabama, he’s a no. He has to be. If he sees as his future a job at MSNBC or, say, a position, in a future Democratic administration he could very well say screw it and vote to remove. My guess though is e votes to acquit to preserve that one in a thousand chance for re-election knowing that no national Democrat is going to hold it against him for voting that way given the electoral fix he’s in.

    137. Tina says:

      The problem with Erick Erickson is that he has cried wolf with them. He bought the original whistleblower complaint.

      As a law and order “Republican, “ he is the first one to go lawless, along with the cruise ship cons.

    138. Tina says:

      Let’s all do the Fredo Phone Challenge.

    139. Tina says:

      If fib altered documents, then Fib falsified an investigation.

      What document was altered – Flynn’s 302?

      I guess one could ask Felonia for Hillary whether this is a conspiracy theory.

    140. Tina says:

      Oh and it relates to Trump surveillance.

      We were told that there was no spying or surveillance,

      Jebots said so.

    141. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      @BernieSanders “If you’re 18, you should have the right to vote. End of discussion.” #DemDebate

      His comments confused millions of Twitter
      followers, with one writing “There’s a debate?”

      “I was 18 when I voted, I didn’t know this was a problem?” added another

    142. Bitterlaw says:

      The new boss is a nightmare. I am already looking for a new job.

    143. Hugh says:

      Bitter. Sorry to hear. Any chance of just going on your own?

    144. jason says:

      “WASHINGTON — Former Independent Counsel Ken Starr told PJM that President Donald Trump has not committed an impeachable offense and that House Democrats are “nowhere near” having the “most convincing case” that the president is “unit to serve” in office.

      Starr agued that Democrats are using impeachment as a “tool of expressing” their “disapprobation of a controversial president.”

      “This is impeachment in search of a rationale. There’s no clear compelling — I’ve called it the John Dean moment — that here’s someone who is in the Oval Office plotting a criminal offense. That was enough to cause people on both sides of the aisle to say Richard Nixon needs to go,” Starr said during an interview at the Federalist Society’s National Lawyers Convention over the weekend. “Now we know, in another constitutional moment, the impeachment of Bill Clinton, that he was guilty of felonies but that was not enough to remove him from office. And by the way one of the grounds that we submitted was abuse of power.”

    145. NYCmike says:

      “The new boss is a nightmare. I am already looking for a new job.”

      -Can you give details?

    146. jason says:

      I am sure the Michigan Paulbot will vote for impeachment.

    147. jason says:

      He shouldn’t give details here.

      A nightmare is a nightmare.

    148. Victrc says:

      After a meeting I had with my “Dem” people in DC I think the impeachment vote is a given. They are going to go ahead. This from a “moderate” Dem. Dems in DC are convinced he’s guilty of something, and that he’s only become President to line his pockets so they need to remove. I asked about vulnerable seats and he said they have no vulnerable seats. They are legitimately planning on picking up at least 20 seats next nov. we even bet on it and he said easiest bet he’s ever made.

      They honestly believe they are going to flip the Senate, though he wasn’t so sure of that since he’s in the House.

      They live in delusion land.

    149. Victrc says:

      To wit. He believes they will have at least 255 seats and a +80 majority.

    150. Phil says:

      Some stats some of you might find interesting which will be relevant to the House impeachment vote.

      There are a total of 31 districts Trump carried now represented by Democrats.

      A little less than half of these districts Trump carried by 3 or less percent.

      Trump carried 8 of the 31 districts by double digits. 7 of the 8 by 10 to 13 points in addition to Peterson’s district that Trump carried by 31

      Based on this I can see maybe a total of 6 or 7 total Democratic defections. In addition to the two already announced I see Horn in Okl 5, Cunningham SC 1, NM 2, plus one more as definitely being allowed by Pelosi to defect.

    151. Hugh says:

      Victrc they are delusional. I’m suspecting Nancy sees at best a small majority in the house. It gives me great hope that these morons will drive their party off a cliff

    152. lisab says:

      Who is to be the judge of whether the monarch or legislature have acted contrary to their trust? That they have so acted is the sort of thing that can be spread around among the people by discontented and factious men, when all the king has done is to make use of his legitimate prerogative.

      To this I reply,The people should be judge; for who should judge whether a trustee or deputy has acted well and according to the trust reposed in him, if not the person who deputes him? Having deputed him, he must have still a power to discard him when he fails in his trust. If this is reasonable in particular cases of private men, why should it be otherwise in this most important case where the welfare of millions is concerned, and where the threatened evil is greater, and redressing it is very difficult, costly, and dangerous? — locke

      there is an election in less than a year and a divided congress, with the dems restricting the questions that can be asked and the witnesses that can be called with no clear crime in evidence.

      no way would locke support this circus

    153. Victrc says:

      They honestly believe the country hates Trump and totally back their impeachment.

      When Bush was Presidents Dems hated him, but because they thought he was dumb, but the level of hatred they have for Trump is something I’ve never seen before, EVER.

      Even moderate Dem congressmen I know, who are reasonable and moderate by current standards lose their minds at the mere mention of his name. He gets red in the face and veins bulge.

      They don’t think they will lose any of those districts and will pick up most of the R retirements.

      It’s this kind of blind view that is going to cost them.

    154. Victrc says:

      Another fun fact. With Bloomberg in the race three of the top Dem candidates were born closer to the Civil War than to the 2020 election, and another barely is outside that.

      Let that sink in

    155. Tgca says:

      I can relate to Tim Tebow. This was very touching. Holding your dog as she takes her last breath and watching her close her eyes as she looks at you and then watching the heart monitor go flat as the heart stops is one of the most heart-breaking things one can do. I hated more than anything I have ever done in my life of having to make that choice to end her life at that moment, hoping she understood I did it to stop her pain once she got blood clots in her lungs and could hardly breathe.

      It’s been almost 4 months since I put my pooch to rest after her long life, as she just started her 18th year. Not a day goes by that I am not reminded of her multiple times a day. A dog is not a human child but a bond with a dog can be just as strong as they put so much faith and dependence in you and seek nothing from you but your acceptance of them as part of your life. I walked my dog around 15,000 times in the nearly 2 decades I had with her and I took her nearly everywhere with me so in essence she was like an inseparable child so I understand the deep remorse of saying good bye to a splendid and loyal companion. Having many wonderful memories, pictures, and videos does not replace the warmth of them staring in your eyes or the therapeutic effect of petting them as they seek your approval for just being there.

      RIP Bronco!

    156. jason says:

      Vic I will make that bet too.

      I think Dems will keep majority, but lose a few seats.

    157. jason says:

      I commiserate with TGCA.

      I hate to have to pull the trigger when putting a loyal pet down.

    158. lisab says:

      there is so much wrong with this story

      Utah Woman Charged With Lewdness After Being Topless In Her Own Home

      A Utah woman has been charged with lewdness in her own home after her stepchildren walked into the room and saw her bare chest.

      Buchanan and her husband had been installing drywall in the garage and had taken off their shirts that were itchy from the fibers, she told The Salt Lake Tribune.

      When her stepchildren, aged 9, 10 and 13, walked in, she “explained she considers herself a feminist and wanted to make a point that everybody should be fine with walking around their house or elsewhere with skin showing,” her lawyers wrote in court documents,

      Now the state has charged Buchanan with three charges of lewdness involving a child. The charge is a Class A misdemeanor.

    159. lisab says:

      being naked in your own home? sure, that happens

      having your child see you naked? sure, that happens

      putting up dry wall? no way, that would never happen

    160. lisab says:

      what is dry wall anyway? is there wet-wall?

    161. jason says:

      Who turned her in.. the 9, 10 or 13 year old?

    162. Tina says:

      Bl, did you apply for an attorney position with one of the federal agencies?

      I don’t know about pay vs private sector.

    163. Cash Cow TM says:

      Putting up dry wall would not make you itchy.

      Putting up insulation would make you itch.
      Walt said putting up either made him horny…
      But everything makes Walt horny…

    164. Hugh says:

      Tina. I’m not an attorney but I work with tons of them. Government attorney jobs are very hard to get. Pay well not much accountability low hours and low stress.

    165. jason says:

      CNN is already doing damage control, which is probably why they have the “exclusive” on it, it is a targeted leak.

      “It’s unknown how significant a role the altered document played in the FBI’s investigation of Page and whether the FISA warrant would have been approved without the document. The alterations were significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning and came up during a part of Horowitz’s FISA review where details were classified, according to the sources.”

    166. jason says:

      But everything makes Walt horny…”

      A cow would know….

    167. Hugh says:

      In house counsel in private sector is almost as hard. Our firm posted a job recently and we got over 1000 applications from attorneys making more than we were offering. The legal profession sucks. My daughter in law went to a large firm to pay off her 150k in debt but lucky for her she met my son who was an accounting theology double major at ND who went into investment banking and married her. He had 150k in cash after 2 years working. Marriage made in heaven. We got an awesome granddaughter. Mom stays at home now. She tried to get a government job. No dice.

    168. Hugh says:

      Don’t let your babies grow up to be attorneys

    169. Tina says:

      Anderson cooper has stated that “maybe somebody just changed the date on something, no big deal.”

    170. Tina says:

      Breaking on @CNN: “This is exactly what people close to @realDonaldTrump have been saying, the FBI committed wrongdoing starting this investigation.”

      @PreetBharara says altering a document to obtain a FISA warrant is “really serious, it doesn’t get a lot more serious than that.”

    171. jason says:

      maybe somebody just changed the date on something, no big deal.”

      In fairness to him, if Trump changed the date on a document, I am sure he would say the same thing.

    172. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Practicing law has gone from being a profession to becoming in effect a glorified file clerk. There is so much form pleading; and the courts are backed up. Its become impersonal. There are jobs that having a JD is useful, but get you out of the legal rat race. The country is full of attorneys who moved on to more fulfilling lines of work. Its something to consider.

    173. jason says:

      Deval Patrick Cancels Campaign Event At Atlanta College After Only 2 People Show Up.”

    174. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Elizabeth Harrington, @LizRNC

      President Trump: No quid pro quo
      President Zelenksy: No quid pro quo
      Ukraine Foreign Minister: No quid pro quo
      Kurt Volker: No quid pro quo
      Tim Morrison: No quid pro quo
      Amb Sondland: No one on this planet told me there was a quid pro quo

    175. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The pro-impeach The Hill is clearly horrified at the latest poll numbers on impeachment:

      “A new national survey finds independent voters leading a sharp swing in opposition to impeachment, the second major poll to produce those findings this week.

      The latest national poll from Emerson College finds 45 percent oppose impeaching President Trump, against 43 percent who support it. That’s a 6-point swing in support from October, when 48 percent of voters supported impeachment and only 44 percent opposed.

      More importantly, the poll shows more independents now oppose impeachment than support it, a significant change from Emerson’s polling in October. The new poll found 49 percent oppose impeachment compared to 34 percent who support it. In October, 48 percent of independents polled supported impeachment, against 39 percent who opposed.

      Since October, Emerson has found Trump’s job approval rating jump by 5 points, from 43 percent to 48 percent.

      This is the second poll this week to show voters are increasingly likely to oppose impeachment, despite wall-to-wall media coverage of the House hearings that have produced bombshell testimony about how Trump threatened to withhold financial aid to Ukraine if the country did not open an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden, a top contender for the Democratic presidential nomination.”

    176. jason says:

      “Despite wall-to-wall media coverage of the House hearings that have produced bombshell testimony about how Trump threatened to withhold financial aid to Ukraine”

      Goalposts moving!

      Now its “Trump threatened to withhold aid” because as Jim Jordan pointed out, the Ukrainians got the call, the meeting and the money and didn’t announce or undertake any investigation.”

    177. jason says:

      And of course where in the “bombshell” testimonies did anyone actually say they heard the President “threaten to withhold financial aid”?

    178. jason says:

      Peggy Noonan doesn’t want a senate trial because “no one is disputing the charges”.

      Translation: she doesn’t want the charges disputed.

    179. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      Here is the character under FBI investigation for the FISA transgression. Kevin Clinesman of Peter Strozok fame. I remember his anti-Trump e-mails with Strozok and Lisa Page after Trump’s 2016 victory.

      One note of caution: the article outing the transgressor concludes that the Horowitz Report could be relatively mild due to a paragragh in the Washington Post article that claims that the initial stage of the FBI investigation was kosher.


    180. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      :should be “Clinesmith:

    181. jason says:

      There is obviously a strategy by the MSM on this to get out in front of the story so they can claim “old news, move on” when it comes out.

      If this guy was pro-Trump caught altering docs, he would be “high level”. Since he isn’t, he is “low level”, “already left the FBI” etc.

    182. jason says:

      Mark Sanford says if he was in the House he would vote no on impeachment.

      Has Corey’s stellar candidate Joe Walsh chimed in yet?

    183. jason says:

      Scott Johnson at Powerline under the title “the Peasants are Revolting” says that despite screaming headlines about impeachment everyday on the Star Tribune website, the most read stories were:

      1. Brawl inside Robinsdale hospital involving dozens results in lockdown.
      2. Threes for all: Gophers use historic long-range success to pummel Central Michigan
      3. Kicker Fred Cox, leading scorer in Vikings history, dies at 80.
      4. Harman: Fleck teaching his Gophers about winning as front-runner
      5. “I wanted to live”: MN man recounts fateful encounter with bear.

    184. dblaikie says:

      I have learned in the last three years to trust nothing that comes out of CNN and the Washington Post. We have three scenarios here: 1. The Steele Dossier was not the major piece of evidence for the FISA applications. 2. Horowitz believes the Steele Dossier is verified. 3. The Washington Post and CNN are whitewashing this story. I don’t know about you but I chose 3.

      By the way on Fox and Friends this morning President Trump seemed to be in a rather good mood. He doesn’t seem to be too worried to me about the last two weeks. For me the big new coming out of the interview is that he wants, is looking forward, can hardly wait for a trial in the Senate. I believe this is a classic case of you better be careful of what you ask for. The whistle blower, Schiff, Hunter and all the others better lawyer up even more when the Senate Trial starts. Pass the popcorn!!

      But having a Senate trial is just why this group of clowns may (odds still against) end this sad chapter before we get this show in the Senate.

    185. Phil says:

      Support for impeachment has been maxed out with Democratic voters,

      Support is bleeding indies.

      Republican opposition is solid. Efforts to split off Republican support has been a total failure.

      Democrats have no where to go but to continue the impeachment process. They can’t take an off ramp at this point without losing face and They’ve gone too far for that. They made their bed and now have no choice but to lay in it.

    186. Phil says:

      I’m sure Democratic freshmen congressmen Cunningham, Horn, and Small are looking forward to the House impeachment vote. All, won by half a percent or less
      in heavy Trump districts

      SC-1. Cunningham. Trump carried her district by 13 points

      Okl – 5. Horn. Trump carried her district by 13 points.

      NM – 2 Small. trump carried the district by 11 points.

      All three send out a hearty “gee thanks” to Adam and Nancy.

    187. Phil says:

      Four other freshmen Democratic congressmen who won narrow victories in double digit Trump districts also send their thanks to Nancy. Nancy says stick your neck out for an unpopular district wide impeachment vote that will go nowhere in the Senate. Sure, Nancy. Thanks for giving us this opportunity to walk the plank for no good reason. Great strategy!

    188. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      #190- Phil
      Good comments above, but I will bet a dollar to a donut that these at-risk Democrats will try to straddle the issue by voting yes on some of the impeachment counts and no on others.
      They are a devious bunch!

    189. Phil says:

      You are probably right, Sheeple, but that won’t do any good. The ads against them next November will be -Representative Horn voted to impeach the President – and that ad will be based on truth. Trying to explain that she “voted against several of the other articles” won’t save her.

    190. dblaikie says:

      But for these Congresspeople in Trump districts it doesn’t end with their yes vote on any article. Their nightmares will continue with the Senate trail which will be a disaster for them and the whole Party. I have to wonder how many of them are going to walk the plank for Nancy?

    191. jason says:

      I think the Senate trial might be bad for the Dems, but I still wish we would stop the Kabuki Theater.

      Count me out of those “looking forward to the Senate trial”.

      I think impeaching Trump for this garbage is a terrible precedent and makes a mockery of the Constitution, so there is nothing for me to look forward to.

    192. dblaikie says:

      I wonder how many will stick with Nancy after December 9 when the DOJIG report is released?

    193. jason says:

      Sorry to rain on the parade, but I don’t think in November running ads “he voted to impeach Trump” will be that relevant anymore.

      On the other hand, I don’t think “she voted not to impeach Trump” will be that relevant in Senate races either.

      This will probably be wrapped up in January, so by Fall there will be new scandals for the MSM to talk about.

    194. jason says:

      I still think all Dems but less than half a dozen Dems will vote to impeach. No Rs will vote to impeach.

      In the senate, I think it will be party line, maybe Manchin will vote no or present.

      I predict Romney and Paul will vote no even if they want to vote yes. So will Collins and Murkowski.

      We shall see.

    195. dblaikie says:

      Jason I agree with you this whole process has been bad for the country! If the Senate throws the whole thing out, that would be fine. But it is the Dems who have gone down this road. In my mind it is the Dems who need to hope that there is no trial in the Senate.

      I believe Trump wants his day in court. Heck he loves to go to court with suits. And who can blame him? I understand your point and agree it makes sense for the good of the country. But if the Congress votes for impeachment we are going to have a trail.

    196. Phil says:

      Jason may be right that By next November, impeachment votes might not be all that big a deal. Here’s the deal though. In Republican districts Representatives like Horn, Cunningham, and Small won by razor thin margins. They have no margin of error to work with. None. It doesn’t have to matter a lot in those districts to send them packing. It just needs to matter a little….and those congressmen know it. They aren’t happy with this.

      In the end a half dozen House Democrats vote no to go with 100% of House Republicans. Crappy, partisan look in the House. Moronic strategy by Nancy and company. Beyond stupid.

    197. Phil says:

      I might add that Nancy and Adam were counting on public opinion moving in their favor by now. That clearly is not happening. Bad miscalculation.

    198. Hugh says:


      This This sums up my thinking exactly. And this is a disaster for the Democrats who won in Trump districts. They won by saying they could work with Trump. That will last far past the impeachment vote all the way to November. They can no longer make the claim So what is her campaign pitch now?They will all lose big-time.

    199. John says:

      “Final Consumer Sentiment Gains in November, Average Since Trump Inauguration Highest Since 2000”

    200. Jeff G. says:

      dblaikie #188,

      “I believe this is a classic case of you better be careful of what you ask for.”

      I told liberals in the office the exact same thing in early 2016 when they were exuberant at Trump’s success in the GOP primaries because Hillary would trounce him in the general election.

    201. lisab says:

      U.S.—New documents have revealed the greatest presidential scandal in the history of our nation — maybe even the world. The documents, obtained from a whistleblower, show that the White House was behind a series of murders of state and local officials and certain businessmen, all as part of a scheme to cover up bribes received by the president himself from such countries as Iran and North Korea.

      This should not only lead to President Donald Trump being impeached but also to his arrest and perhaps his execution for treason. We will give you further details as they emerge.

      UPDATE: On further analysis of the documents, the events in question actually took place in 2015 when Barack Obama was president. Since this doesn’t involve Trump and instead is just on some minor issue with Obama (who probably knew what he was doing), we’re just going to go ahead and delete this completely irrelevant story and replace it with analysis of the latest Trump tweet. Can you believe what he just said?

    202. lisab says:

      A new poll came out yesterday from Saint Anselm College that shows Pete Buttigieg now moving into a lead in the state of New Hampshire.

      so the poll run by the college run by catholic priests

      is the only poll that finds the gay guy way ahead?


    203. jason says:

      I am going to have to support impeachment after all.

      Jennifer Rubin says she won’t vote for any R that does not vote for impeachment and removal.

      Maybe she is bluffing, but I can’t take the risk.

    204. Wes says:

      Doesn’t Jennifer Rubin love in suburban DC? I’m not sure her vote will be critical in electing a Republican since Republicans don’t win in that area.

    205. Phil says:

      Ah yes, Jennifer Rubin. The Washington Post’s chosen conservative writer. She’s a trip alright. She’s spent the last two days nonstop tweeting how valiant and patriotic Schiff’s witnesses have been. Tweet after tweet after tweet. Throughout this entire process she’s been Gaga goo goo over impeachment. She’s saying to anyone who will listen that it’s up to Trump to prove his innocence. Huh? Innocence of what? She doesn’t seem to exactly know. How bad is she? She makes George Conway look almost sane. Rubin, Kathleen Parker, Peggy Noonan etc are DC swamp creatures. Worthless. Useful Democratic idiots.

    206. Phil says:

      I meant to put “conservative” writer in quotes.

    207. Tina says:

      Yup, the impeachment hoax has hurt the drats.

      I finally viewed Holmes’ “testimony”. Pretty clear he is lying.

      His body language and incompetence are keys.

      And leave it to cn and n’s Fredo to help proove trump is correct about the phone.

    208. Phil says:

      Fredo is and always has been a clown.

    209. jason says:

      Doesn’t Jennifer Rubin love in suburban DC?”

      I suppose.. they say there is someone for everyone.

    210. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      Not good, if true. Horowitz is soft-pedaling his conclusions.According to the NY Times, the Horowitz Report will show sloppiness, but not criminality except for Clinesmith.


    211. Phil says:

      The absolute meltdown yesterday and today of the Never Trumpers and, Noonan and Rubin specifically, tells you exactly how the impeachment hearings went. They are pulling their hair out with rage. Their tantrum today has been spectacular. Their rage at the 90 plus percentage of Republicans for not going along with this crap seems to have led them to the breaking point.


    212. Phil says:

      Not surprising unfortunately. Horowitz is an Obama appointee and another swamp creature.

    213. Tina says:

      They can declare it’s no criminality, but admit they have not “read” the report.

    214. Tina says:


      Trump: “I defeated the Bush Dynasty, I defeated the Clinton Dynasty, and I defeated the Obama…whatever you want to call it!”

    215. Proud Obamacon says:

      Yo Orange ShriekMonkeys!

      What a horrendous week for the Orange Groper! It’s been a long week at work. I needed some comic relief, I knew I could find it here LOL. What what a bunch of delusional morons here. This is the worst week of Orange Groper’s reign, and yall think its the best LOL.

      Just a couple weeks away from IMPEACHMENT! Only the 3rd president ever to be IMPEACHED! Complete and Utter disgrace!


    216. Phil says:

      Schiff stacks the deck with his witnesses, controls the process, puts on his show….and impeach numbers go down. Yeah terrible week……for the Never Trumpers.

      Bring on the trial.

    217. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      National Poll Of College Students:
      Sanders 35%
      Warren 24%
      Yang 11%
      Biden 9%
      Buttigieg 8%
      Harris 3%
      The rest 1% or less

      Among White College Students:
      Sanders 31%
      Warren 28%
      Yang 10%
      Buttigieg 12%
      Biden 7%
      Harris 3%

      Among Asian College Students:
      Sanders 27%
      Yang 27%
      Warren 18%
      Biden 10%
      Buttigieg 5%
      Harris 3%

      Among Hispanic College Students:
      Sanders 51%
      Warren 17%
      Yang 11%
      Buttigieg 7%
      Biden 7%
      Harris 2%

      Among Black College Students:
      Sanders 37%
      Warren 19%
      Biden 14%
      Yang 11%
      Harris 4%
      Buttigieg 1%

      Chegg/College Pulse Election Weekly Tracking Poll

    218. Proud Obamacon says:

      “Schiff stacks the deck with his witnesses, controls the process, puts on his show….and impeach numbers go down. Yeah terrible week……for the Never Trumpers.”

      LOL.. people got they mind made up already. Trial won’t change numbers either sport. Just the 3rd president ever to be IMPEACHED. Total failure and a disgrace. Yall support an IMPEACHED president. Let that sink in!


    219. VictrC says:

      PO, sorry its you that is delusional, with all due respect.

      Not one person this week could say that Trump told them to withhold aid for a favor. Not one person could say that they heard Trump say that to anyone.

      It was all about what they interpreted, what they thought, what they heard from someone, and what “stated US policy should be” “What was best” “what diplomats got their feelings hurt”

      Sorry, speculation, here say, feelings, what they wanted the policy to be is not evidence of a crime.

      President Donald Trump is the only person in the US that sets US foreign policy as clearly laid out in Article II. It is not for Congress to set. Not for diplomats to set. Not for unelected officials to set. They ALL work for the President and he says what it is, and they fulfill his wishes.

      Barack Obama fired every single ambassador from the Bush administration. Trump could fire Yavanovich (sic)because he didn’t like the color of his shoes if he wanted. That’s not impeachable.

      You will retort with something degrading, or vile, or insulting though I never used one negative word with you, but, just remember, I said “with all due respect.” 😉

    220. Proud Obamacon says:

      “Bring on the trial.”

      You mean where a majority of the jurors are already conspiring with the defendant? Yeah, what a kangaroo trial that will be. A complete joke. Not that yall believe in fair trials anyway. ReTHUG jurors already make up they minds before hearing one minute of testimony at trial. Joke trial, if you can even call it a trial. Then again, yall hate Democracy so .. there’s that. Suck on that, looosahs. Going down the ship. Enjoy!

    221. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      NateSilver538 Retweeted Shane Goldmacher

      “Steyer has spent ~$40 million on ads, almost exclusively in the first 4 states, and only gotten to ~3% in the polls there. So spending $30 million spread out over the *entire country* isn’t likely to move the needle that much.”

      Think how much coal Steyer’s companies had to mine to pay for the Steyer adds. Steyer may have the highest carbon footprint of any person in the U.S.

    222. Proud Obamacon says:

      VC, yes you are delusional. You won’t be satisfied unless there’s a HD video of the Orange Dumba$$ doing the extortion. Actually, you will just claim its an actor or a fake. Some people just goin down with the ship and that’s fine. Hope you’re enjoying your trip down to the bottom, sport.


    223. VictrC says:

      PO…you didn’t read the memo. It’s not ‘extortion” anymore. Nor is it Bribery anymore. Those didn’t stick just like Russia, Mueller, Collusion, Quid Pro quo didn’t stick. The latest is Abuse of power.

      Try to keep up 😉

      Oh, and Happy thanksgiving, just in case you don’t post again.

    224. Tina says:

      Rudy Giuliani
      Biden: Lindsey Graham will “regret his whole life”!

      This reminds me of Biden’s decree to the media to silence me on September 29th.

      Now a threat to a US Senator. This is getting to be more and more like my old mafia cases. They sure do sound like crooks.

    225. Proud Obamacon says:

      VC, Happy Thanksgiving to you too. Extortion is what this is. Your hero, and quite a few staff have already admitted to it. LOL

      Abuse of power has been going on since 1/21/2017. That will be an easy one to prove. Then again, not surprising from a wanna-be dictator and his eager followers who pretend they care for Democracy!


    226. Proud Obamacon says:

      Can’t wait for this sham umm I mean “trial.”

      Yall gonna be exposed for the kangaroo court yall about to run!

    227. Proud Obamacon says:

      Jurors conspiring with the defendant. Wow. Are we in the Soviet Union? Maybe North Korea?


    228. Phil says:

      Our resident troll is as unhinged as the Never Trumpers today.

      Week didn’t go quite as expected?

      Relax. It will be ok. Deep breaths, my friend.

    229. NYCmike says:

      File this under the “If you accept the MSM narrative about how racist it is to say “It’s ok to be white.”…..then these people deserve what happened to them, and the perpetrators are freedom fighters.



      -Check out the young girl who is kept from getting in to the event, and the guy at the end who is yapping at her…….this will not end well, except for the fact that it will help Trump get re-elected.

    230. Tina says:

      Btw, the slimes reporter is wrong. Ig Horowitz is looking at the carter page fisa. Durham is looking at everything else.

      This, anything other than the carter page fisa, is out of Horowitz’ purview.

      We know something is up because Durham’s investigation has expanded.

    231. NYCmike says:


      -Maybe these counties should have left with West Virginia a century and a half ago!

    232. Tina says:

      And it’s not just a low level attorney @ the Fib. Btw, that low level attorney, was the main attorney @ the start of the muh Russian hoax. So, he is not low level at all. He has been an attorney for 10 years with FIB and is a big time leftist.

      Now, can we also discuss the “attorneys” at the fib.

      Why is it that many are wackos, see Comedy, Pete the cheat, the so called low level attorney, the Ex Fib GC, etc.

    233. Tina says:

      The wack fib attorneys name, as mentioned is Clinesmith.

      Clinesmith has ties to Mulehead and Pete the Cheat,

      In fact, Mulehead removed Clinesmith as a player on the scheme team.

      Any suggestion that he is a low level attorney is a lie.

    234. Tina says:

      Maybe the jebots/drats will come to their senses on impeachment. VF is their friend.


    235. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      If Trump is re-elected he needs to thank the Democrats for making it happen by their incompetence.

      Saw Romney and Trump appeared at a meeting together today. Doubt this would have happened if Romney was intending to vote to convict in the impeachment vote.

    236. NYCmike says:


      -How is it that Atlanta is calling for school choice, but the people chanting are Democrats?

      Do they not realize their chosen political party is their biggest enemy?

    237. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      @SenatorRomney “. . .Appreciated @POTUS’s efforts to bring together stakeholders & experts to discuss proposals to solve the youth vaping epidemic. Everyone agrees this is a serious problem, but it’s clear there are differing views about the best way to develop responsible guidelines to protect kids.”

    238. NYCmike says:

      “If Trump is re-elected he needs to thank the Democrats for making it happen by their incompetence.”

      -Trump is being himself these last 3 years. The Democratic opposition is definitely helpful, but Trump not succumbing to the pressure to be more conventional is also one of his greatest assets (as well as a major liability, depending upon the timing).

    239. NYCmike says:

      I believe NYC and state will finalize their vaping bans shortly.

      Look for more “Eric Garner chokehold” situations to occur in the near future, as the police are tasked with stopping those perpetrators selling bootleg vapes.

    240. Tina says:

      Yes, Pierre, there are differences, and you were rude interrupting others.

    241. lisab says:



    242. lisab says:

      if the dems believed the polls showing them easily winning 2020

      they would not have tried impeachment

      i think their polling shows their current candidates cannot carry the midwest

    243. Bitterlaw says:

      Just stopping by to say GFY.

    244. Tina says:

      Drat debate ratings plunge. And the dnc has very little cash.

      “5th Dem Debate Captured 6.5 Million Viewers, Lowest in Cycle”

    245. Bitterlaw says:


    246. jason says:

      Thanks, Bitter.

    247. jason says:

      Looks like Proud Obamacommunist is worried the Senate will implement the same Stalinist and kangaroo court tactics the Dems did in the House.


    248. jason says:

      Still can’t figure out why Drudge wants Trump impeached. The coverage is the same as MSNBC or CNN.

      Paulbot ways are not our ways, the only explanation.

    249. Phil says:

      Article in the Washington Times yesterday on the Drudge deal. Highlights the Drudge trend over the last three months. He’s hammered Trump day in day out. Interesting there is a comment from Rush in there who knows Drudge. Rush says it’s just Drudge wants chaos that translates to clicks.

      Not buying it. His traffic is down and it’s down because of people like me. I used to go here four or five times a day. Never go there anymore. All he does is link the NYT, Washington Post, CNN. Why would conservatives go there any longer? That stuff is all over the MSM and I can get that anywhere.

    250. jason says:

      Yeah, and if you go there you should leave a msg on for him.

    251. Tina says:

      Looks like dog Schumah outed the cabbage patch as a “whistleblower” in his tweet.

      Hat a dumbarse.

    252. jason says:

      Rush is wrong. Drudge is campaigning to get Trump impeached.

      He is also always campaigning to show the economy is heading off the cliff.

      Paulbot crap.

    253. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 22, 2019 at 11:58 pm

      Just stopping by to say GFY.”

      That is why I like Bitter. Always willing to take time off a busy day to be an A-hole.

    254. jason says:

      #JoeBiden tells man concerned with deportation and immigration
      to “go vote for Trump” then turns his back to the man.”

      Right, Tina, and actually the guy is an immigration activist, not a Trump supporter.

      Should make for a good ad.

    255. jason says:

      “Low level”

      0:43:37, FBI Employee: “You promised me this wouldn’t happen. YOU PROMISED.”
      10:51:48, FBI Attorney 2: “I am so stressed about what I could have done differently.”

    256. jason says:

      I am stressed I was not able to thwart the results of a Presidential election.

      A new normal in our country.

      But it’s not just the far left moonbats like Proud ObamaCON that are ok with that. I am sure Amoral Scumbag and Corey think the ends justify the means.


    257. Tina says:

      Rudy Giuliani
      I discovered a pattern of corruption that the Washington press covered up for years!

      I’m also going to bring out a massive pay-for-play scheme under the Obama Administration that will devastate the Democrat Party.

      Do you honestly think I’m intimidated?

    258. lisab says:

      Students encouraged to use terms ‘folks’ or ‘y’all’ instead of ‘guys’ at pronoun workshop

      ‘Beautiful people’ is also acceptable

      San Diego State University held a “Pronouns 101” workshop on November 20 in honor of “Transgender Awareness Day.”

      The event, hosted by Wesley Palau, coordinator of SDSU’s Pride Center, and Miles Reyes, part of the Pride Center’s media team, spent time teaching students how to use language that is inclusive of transgender people. It lasted for about half an hour and was sparsely attended.

      The speakers started the presentation with a land acknowledgement of indigenous people.

      After, students were advised not to use the word “guys” when addressing a group of people, and instead use terms such as “y’all” or “folks.” Another option suggested was “beautiful people.”

    259. lisab says:

      That is why I like Bitter. Always willing to take time off a busy day to be an A-hole.

      actually it was 11:58 pm. i think that was when he got home from his new job


    260. jason says:

      I can’t get excited about anything Giuliani says. I think he is past his expiration date politically, and I don’t think he is playing with a full deck. I have said this all along and I think Trump should have stayed away from him.

      I like Giuliani. He was a great NYC mayor. He was my candidate for President in 2008.

      To me, like John Bolton, he is too much of a loose cannon.

      I doubt he has anything that will devastate the Dem Party. I will be happy if he has nothing that will devastate the Republican Party.

    261. jason says:

      Let me be the first to tell all the beautiful people here to GFTs.

      Suck it, Bitter.

    262. jason says:

      “actually it was 11:58 pm. i think that was when he got home from his new job”

      His new boss expects him to work nights too.

    263. lisab says:

      Warren was confronted by an activist for sending her son to a private school, and denied doing so.

      Then she admitted to the ?@FreeBeacon? that she sent her son to private school beginning in 5th grade.

    264. jason says:

      This should be real scary for Dems.

      “By massive margins, Independents say that the impeachment issue is “more important to politicians than it is to me” (62% to 22%) and “more important to the media than it is to me” (61% to 23%).”

      It shows that least partisan part of the electorate is on to the Dems and to the MSM agenda.

    265. jason says:

      “that she sent her son to private school beginning in 5th grade.”

      The lie was 1/1024th true.

    266. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      FWIW, Jack Posobiec at OAN says that Ruth B. Ginsberg was hospitalized at 3:00 a.m.this morning.
      If so, recovery wishes to her and her family.

    267. Phil says:

      Ginsberg is one tough hombre. Best wishes for her health.

      We all are going to go sometime. Frankly, I would hate to see this be her time. A replacement fight on top of this impeachment thing is going to tear this country apart.

    268. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      File under: “If you try to kill the Leader, you better not miss!”

      Today- Washington Post’s Greg Jaffee:

      The aftermath of impeachment: “Unfortunately, the impeachment will make the president hellbent on the destruction of the civil service if he wins a second term,” said one former White House Employee. “It’s terrifying.”

      Let’s add to the list. I’ll start it:
      1- The Main Street Media and Major Social Media Companies. Trump will try to regulate some of their excesses.
      2- Free Speech on College Campuses. Trump will go full bore against Academia.

    269. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      PO and Messy
      Would you like to comment?!

      “OUCH – A Siena College Research Institute poll released this week showed that independent voters in New York overwhelmingly oppose impeachment, 59 percent to 37 percent.”(H/T: Bill Mitchell)

    270. Tina says:

      Lol too funny if the drats hoped for Bolton.

      Paul Sperry
      · 1h
      BREAKING: Dems expecting Bolton to corroborate Fiona Hill, who testified Bolton saw eye-to-eye with her on Trump, may be disappointed, as sources tell me Bolton could not stand or trust Hill, a Democrat who came from Brookings,a haunt for anti-Trump liberals incl Talbott & Wittes

    271. Bitterlaw says:

      Lafayette beats Lehigh and refs 17-16 in 155th game in the rivalry that started in 1884.

      Jason would have loved the refs. At one point, they said it was 4th down but it was really 3rd down. Lafayette punted. Lehigh ran a few plays then refs realized they were wrong so Lafayette was given the ball where it was on third down AND the clock was reset.

      At the end of the game, Lehigh had 8 seconds left and ran a play where more than 8 seconds ran off and the clock said 0:00. Refs put 1 second back on the clock. QB tackles to end the game.

    272. Hugh says:

      So I thought the impeachment clown show went bad for the dems but looking at the first day of the aftermath it’s was a total disaster. I cannot see a way out for them that’s not an electoral disaster. The ig report will be mostly a dud since he’s an Obama guy but wait for what comes after. Guiliani seems giddy.

    273. lisab says:

      the dems must have something planned for the senate …

      because …

      pelosi said they have to do this quickly, before a court can rule on the inquiry’s constitutionality, because the people voting cannot be trusted with something as important as ousting trump … congress needs to do it

      which could mean they have some scandal planned that would force republicans to convict

      for example, like an epstein girl saying trump slept with her or something similar

      keep in mind, the dems don’t care if it is true

    274. Paul says:

      lisab, you are quite imaginative.

    275. Phil says:

      Probably right on that one, Lisa. We’ve seen this playbook a million times before. They are sooo predictable.

    276. Tina says:

      Yeah, a dud. No bias, but bias training for the fib.

      Durham is where it is all at.

    277. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      279. “the dems must have something planned for the senate …”

      The Republicans control the Senate, so would have the ability to block an Democratic shenanigans.

      The Democrats have show the skill of the keystone cops in the House. Its been a disaster for them. If you want to assume they have a secret strategy for the Senate, you are imaginative. I suppose there were passengers on the Titanic who, after the ship hit the iceberg, thought the captain had a secret strategy to get the across the Atlantic without a ship.

    278. Cash Cow TM says:

      Here it is Saturday, and the Dems STILL have not moved Trump out of the White House….


      Cash Cow, signing in from Northern Wisconsin.

    279. Cash Cow TM says:


      Shepherd quarterback Tyson Bagent tossed a 23-yard touchdown pass with 11 seconds left to give the Rams a 31-27 NCAA Division II playoff victory Saturday at Indiana (Pa.).

      Unseeded Shepherd (10-2) advances to the round of 16 next Saturday, traveling to Slippery Rock (Pa.), the top-seeded team in Super Region One.

      SRU (11-0) won the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference title last week, rallying from 14 points down in the fourth quarter of a 37-35 victory over previously undefeated Kutztown (Pa.).

      The WV team making its presence felt in the PA league.

    280. lisab says:

      If you want to assume they have a secret strategy for the Senate, you are imaginative.

      as i said, i think their strategy for the senate will be to launch a scandal so heinous as to sink trump among the people

    281. Bitterlaw says:

      16 team playoffs? Damn. That is a lot of wear and tear on those players.

      Division II has some goods teams. The history of the league in PA is they were considered Teachers colleges for training educators.

    282. Bitterlaw says:

      I read that the Harvard-Yale game was delayed for more than an hour when protesters stormed the field at half-time to protest close mate change. The game was finished in near darkness because Yale’s stadium does not have lights.

      2 points – Why protest against 2 of the most liberal schools in the world? More importantly, why doesn’t Yale have lights? Once Wrigley Field got lights, I thought all stadiums would have lights.

    283. BayernFan says:

      Div III has 32 team playoff. My alma mater got killed today.

    284. Bitterlaw says:

      BF- Where did you go? PA has a bunch of D3 schools.

    285. jason says:

      hey said it was 4th down but it was really 3rd down. Lafayette punted. ”

      Coach must be a moron. What coach agrees to punt on third down without arguing the point?

    286. jason says:

      for example, like an epstein girl saying trump slept with her or something similar”

      Goober could shut that down, he can play the same game Schiff did.

      Plus the Dems know the real “Epstein girl” risk is Bill Clinton, not Trump. They are not going there.

    287. jason says:

      There is a college named Shepherd?

      Who knew?

    288. jason says:

      “Stormed the field at half-time to protest close mate change.”

      I oppose close mate changes too. Sounds depraved.

    289. jason says:

      Slippery Rock is a beer, not a college.

    290. Bitterlaw says:

      The coach argued that it was really 3rd down and the ref essentially said GFY.

    291. Tina says:

      FWIW, Emerson and Rasmussen are showing black approval of trump at over 30%. This is likely overstated, but the trend line suggests he has more than doubled the 8% that he got in 2016.

      The Ds are also bleeding Is on the impeachment hoax.

    292. Tina says:

      Be mindful of the Senate rules though. Both Rs and Ds have to agree on the “witness” testifying.

      Unless Mitchie changes the rules, or dis issues outright, Rs get screwed like usual.

      Sharing power has done us very well in the SSIC. /s

    293. jason says:

      Ginsburg should resign.

      Corey to whine like a stuck pig and claim Ginsburg is in fantastic health in 3, 2, 1.

    294. jason says:

      The coach argued that it was really 3rd down and the ref essentially said GFY.”

      This is not rocket science. I would keep the team on the sideline until it got resolved. Yeah, I will never get a coaching job.

    295. John says:

      Jason, never had a ‘Slippery Rock’ beer but I believe there is a pitcher on the Oakland A’s staff that graduated from Slippery Rock University…Lou Trivino.

    296. jason says:

      Lou Trivino? An obvious impostor of famous golfer Lou Trevino.

    297. Cash Cow TM says:

      Two points:

      1. It has been Shepherd University for some time now.

      SU made it to the final four (or was it the championship game?) a few years ago in feetsball.

      2. Boot-a-judge must be surging everywhere.

    298. jason says:

      A lesson for Trump. Don’t trust Paulbots.

      “What’s going on with Drudge?” Trump has been asking allies since Democratic lawmakers launched the impeachment probe in late September, according to a person with knowledge of his private remarks. Two other sources who’ve heard the president complain told The Daily Beast that Trump has asked those close to him why they think Drudge and his website have seemed “so anti-Trump” lately.

      In recent weeks, Trump has even asked Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and a top White House official—who has had a friendly relationship with the site’s creator—to “look into it” and reach out to Drudge, the sources said…

      “[Trump] understands his influence; knows he can be a little mercurial, though, and prone to stir the pot,” said a former senior White House official. “He also knows Drudge isn’t able to be bullied. [Matt] doesn’t owe his career to anyone…[and] can’t be moved the way others can because he’s not afraid—not just of Trump but in general.”

    299. jason says:

      Looks like Jimmy Hoffa was buried in New Jersey.

      Wes to blame Bitter in 3, 2, 1….

    300. jason says:

      It will go something like this. Because Bitter is somehow ok with corruption in NJ he must be ok with the Mafia using dumpsites in NJ to dispose of bodies.

    301. jason says:

      It has been Shepherd University for some time now.”

      What was it before?

      Retriever University?

    302. jason says:

      as i said, i think their strategy for the senate will be to launch a scandal so heinous as to sink trump among the people”

      If Pelosi had something good for the Senate she would have used in the House.

      In addition, the Senate will only vote on the articles of impeachment from the House, there is no way to introduce new articles in the Senate.

      So if they want to launch new scandals the Senate trial is not the place to do it.

    303. BayernFan says:

      290.. bitter…. I went to Wabash. Allegheny is in our conference.

    304. Tina says:

      Schiffty is scared. He is a fact witness and has tampered with witnesses.

      Sara A. Carter

      “if the #Senate wants to call me as a witness, then they pretty much made the decision not to take this [#impeachment] process seriously.”

      “that’s no reason to call me as a #witness”

      More: https://saraacarter.com

    305. Tina says:

      Here are some impeach now jebots in Austin, Texas. I wonder if these are Ca transplants?

      Many cannot even answer what bad thing trump has done,
      One mentions bringing jobs is a “bad thing.”


    306. Victrc says:


      There are so many new CA transplants here in Austin now it looks like LA West. And with them they bring their failed policies and politics. Austin was already super liberal but now the Californians are coming in, and adding to it, but with hypocrisy. They are bulldozing quaint old Austin houses to build their mega Ca mansions then complaining about the rich lol. You go to west lake village and I swear you’d think you were in the LA suburbs.

    307. Tina says:

      Victorc. That’s too bad.

    308. Cash Cow TM says:

      Shepherd University was formerly known as Shepherd College.

    309. lisab says:

      “Women feeling attraction to men is a social construct that men have tried their hardest to make actually a real thing. Women are naturally attracted to women, not men. Any attraction felt towards men is a result of social conditioning, and if we as a class are to truly achieve liberation, it has to be collectively unlearned.”

    310. Messy says:

      310. No he’s not. Sometimes I think you’re a Russian spy.

    311. Jeff Bezos in San Diego: To Save Planet, ‘Move All Heavy Industry into Space’

      “He said our grandkids’ grandkids shouldn’t have to face a planet that’s “finite.”
      “You want a dynamic civilization that continues to use more and more energy and more and more resources and build amazing things,” he said. “And to do that, you have to move out into the solar system.”
      He showed real videos of the Blue Shepard “suborbital tourism vehicle” landing on Earth and narrated an animation of the Blue Moon cargo carrier using “computer vision” to precisely settle on the moon.
      He says he’s partnering with Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Draper Labs — and NASA. He didn’t say when a lunar landing would take place, but expects his powerful Blue Engine 4 being built in Florida to be used in 2021.
      “We now have 6,587 seconds of test time on the BE-4 engine,” which uses liquefied natural gas and liquid oxygen to produce 550,000 pounds of thrust, he said.
      The moon is a huge gift to us,” Bezos said, “if we want to have a space-faring civilization”
      The dream is to use water in shadowed craters of the moon’s poles to produce rocket fuel and other things.
      And since the amount of energy required to lift a pound into space off the moon is 24 times less than the amount needed from Earth, he said, that’s the platform for deep-space exploration.”

    312. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      “President Trump has fired the Secretary of the Navy after publicly defying a direct order from the commander in chief.”

    313. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      From Paul Sperry at Investors Business Daily, who has done some important investgative work on the Russia and Ukraine hoaxes:

      BREAKING: Senate investigators looking into whether a DNC operative who worked w Clinton campaign & Ukraine Embassy to dig up dirt on Trump campaign, originated the Russia-hacked-the-DNC conspiracy theory & poss misled FBI. Senate seeks FBI 302s & imaging of laptop of Ali Chalupa

      BREAKING: No fewer than 3 Senate committees are now formally investigating Obama-Biden solicitation of Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election, as well as Biden family corruption in Ukraine. Investigators seek records from the DOJ, FBI,

    314. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      316. “Sometimes I think you’re a Russian spy.”

      Messy, don’t you realize this blog harbors a nest of Russian spies. We are all in St. Petersburg laughing at you. By the way, St. Petersburg is a beautiful city, you should come visit some time.

      Until then, please enjoy your theme song


    315. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      National @EmersonPolling On #Impeachment :
      Support 42%
      Oppose 45%

      Among those who watch
      Fox News
      Support 18%
      Oppose 75%

      Support 71%
      Oppose 17%

      Support 86%
      Oppose 14%

      Among Whites:
      Support 44%
      Oppose 48%

      Among Blacks:
      Support 37%
      Oppose 38%

      Among Hispanics:
      Support 48%
      Oppose 41%

    316. Tina says:

      “Sometimes I think you’re a Russian spy.”

      I don’t get any points for this, right?

    317. Wes says:

      28 years ago today, the legendary Freddy Mercury left us:


    318. Cash Cow TM says:

      Support or oppose impeachment:

      Among Cows
      Support 27
      Oppose 64

    319. Wes says:

      Walt is using CCCP (Canadian Cory) math.

    320. lisab says:

      no canadian cory math would be

      support 37
      oppose 64

    321. Pitchaboy says:

      St. Petersburg is spectacular. Take the high speed train to Moscow. Kremlin is stunning. The subways in Moscow are beautiful. I was pleasantly surprised

    322. jason says:

      Sometimes I think you’re a Russian spy.”

      I don’t get any points for this, right?”

      No you are not an A-hole.

      But you get Honorable Mention.

    323. jason says:

      Walt is using CCCP (Canadian Cory) math.”

      That was Cash Cow math.

      Probably more educated than Messy.

    324. jason says:

      WaPo reporter: We’re hearing behind the scenes that more House Dems are getting “cold feet” about impeachment”

      I still think Pelosi will have enough votes to impeach.

      But I am willing to bet it will be fewer than the 231 than voted to authorize the charade.

      That alone would be pretty embarrassing, if after all the “bombshell” testimony, actually fewer reps vote to impeach than voted to authorize.

    325. jason says:

      Messy, Paul and Proud Obamacommunist will want to get this asap.

      Mitch Xmas wrapping paper!


    326. Tina says:

      Drop the chalupa, actually, old news here:

      Follow Follow @paulsperry_
      BREAKING: Senate investigators looking into whether a DNC operative who worked w Clinton campaign & Ukraine Embassy to dig up dirt on Trump campaign, originated the Russia-hacked-the-DNC conspiracy theory & poss misled FBI. Senate seeks FBI 302s & imaging of laptop of Ali Chalupa

    327. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      If you want an example of how sloppy the liberal press has gotten. Here is a Reuters News story of what happened at Fukushima.

      “Around 18,000 people died or were classified as missing after the so-called Triple Disaster, when reactor meltdown triggered a massive earthquake that in turn set off a tsunami, destroying a wide swath of Japan’s northeastern coastline.”


      It is shocking how false the story is. Assume no one fact checks anymore.

    328. jason says:

      The MSM makes up the facts.

    329. Cash Cow TM says:

      Trump caused the Fukushima disaster.

      CNN told me.

    330. Tina says:

      China Biden forgets something again….

      Joe Biden hints at female VP — but can’t remember any prospects’ names.

    331. Tina says:

      This should be a campaign violation and collusion.

      Bloomberg News declares it won’t do any investigative reporting on Mike Bloomberg or any of his rivals in the Democratic primaries.

    332. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Walt is using CCCP (Canadian Cory) math.”


      Why can’t 9% of cows be undecided?
      Maybe they are ruminating over it…
      They CUD be for it, or CUD be opposed to it.

      SDC’s poll numbers did not add up to 100 in each of his categories. You did not dis him for his math on the CATegories he reported.
      But you dis my COWegory….

      You are anti-bovine.

    333. Cash Cow TM says:

      The coy-oats are howling up a storm here tonight.


      Get your Christmas lights up!
      They are not going to be like Epstein and hang themselves!

      “the stockings were Epstein-ed by the chimney with care…”
      (“a sure sign that Hillary musta been there…?”]

    334. jason says:

      WAPO calls Obama a conservative.

      That is more fake news than saying Fukushima caused the tsunami.

    335. Cash Cow TM says:


      bomber log

    336. Tina says:

      I also consider Obama a conservative.


    337. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      340. The Washington Post is owned by Bezos, who as shown in Post #317, believes the solution to saving the planet because of climate change is to move industry and much of the population to the moon.

    338. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      343. The homeless population are just one of the groups of crazy people on the West Coast.

    339. jason says:

      I think moving Bezos and the WAPO to the moon is a great idea.

    340. jason says:

      Proud Obamacommunist hardest hit:

      “On Sunday, about 75% of eligible voters turned up to cast ballots in the Hong Kong election—per the BBC, nearly 3 million people came out, compared to 1.4 million in 2015—and by the time voting was over, anti-government advocates were celebrating a big win. Reuters reports pro-democracy candidates took almost 400 of the 452 seats for district councils that were in play in an election that saw record numbers come out to vote. For comparison, that’s four times as many seats as they won in the last election, which a political scientist says is “a political message to the government” and a “big slap in the face” to pro-Beijing forces. That message is seen as especially directed toward Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam, who spurred months of protests, sometimes violent ones, after introducing a bill allowing extradition to China; she withdrew that bill in September. “

    341. jason says:

      I am sure Tina is happy when the last RINO dies not once, but multiple times.

      “It’s a sad day in Borneo, where Malaysia’s last Sumatran rhino has died—meaning the species is gone in its native country, the Washington Post reports. The 25-year-old female, Iman, died of cancer in a sanctuary after dying multiple times from blood loss and being revived, per the local Star.”

    342. jason says:

      Veterinary medicine has made great progress. It must be a heck of a challenge to revive a dead rhino from blood loss.

    343. jason says:

      Bloomberg News declares it won’t do any investigative reporting on Mike Bloomberg or any of his rivals in the Democratic primaries.”

      You missed the other part of the declaration.

      Investigations of Trump, however, will continue.

    344. jason says:

      Giuliani says he has docs that will “destroy the Democratic Party” if they are released.

      He said if he disappears they will be released.

      I like Giuliani, but sometimes sacrifices do have to made for a greater cause….

    345. jason says:

      Corey to whine I am calling for Giuliani’s death in 3, 2,1 while in truth I think he should join Amoral Scumbag for an extended vacation in Bogo Pogo.

      Once the Democrats are destroyed, he can come back.

    346. BayernFan says:

      “Both polls—Rasmussen, which usually tilts Republican, and Emerson, which is considered even-handed—came out almost exactly the same, putting Trump’s support among blacks at a surprising, almost astonishing, 34 percent. Typically, Republicans poll in single digits among blacks.”


    347. Joe J says:

      352, I don’t expect Trump to receive anywhere near 34% of the AA vote, however, anything in the double digits will keep MI and PA red. Over 15% and you’re looking at 350+ EVs.

    348. jason says:

      Right, Trump is not going to get anywhere close to 20%, let alone 30%.

      But it does matter how the black vote is distributed. It won’t help Dems if they get 95% of the black vote in CA, NY and IL if they only get 85% in FL, NC, PA and MI.

      Don’t get me wrong, Rs SHOULD get a third of the black vote. Dems are interested in keeping blacks voting Democratic by pandering and offering entitlements, not in elevating their standard of living and offering opportunities that will allow them better housing, better education, better healthcare, etc. However, the Dem machine is just too strong for that to happen.

    349. BayernFan says:

      Even if he got 20 or 30…. would black voters admit it in exit polls?

    350. jason says:

      So you think there is a shy Trump vote among blacks too.

      Possible. But a shy vote of let’s say 20% of the black vote, which would be quite large, would raise 10% to 12% not 20 or 30.

    351. BayernFan says:

      I don’t know if there is a shy vote. My question is: if there is one, how do we know? Would blacks admit it?

    352. Phil says:

      I think there is a real possibility Trump could get 13 or 14 percent. That would be a big deal in the Midwest which is where the election will be decided. I predict against Mayor Pete it could actually reach a couple of points higher than even that. It would definitely mean black turnout would be impacted.

    353. Phil says:

      By the way, Trump only got 8% of the black vote in 2016. Getting 14 or so percent would be a really big deal. Democrats should be terrified of that possibility.

    354. Wes says:

      Bloomberg is in the race to ensure Warren and Sandaers can’t introduce a wealth ta—I mean, beat Donald Trump.

    355. jason says:

      Trump did get double digits with black males, but did a lot worse with black women.

    356. jason says:

      I think Bloomberg hurts Biden and helps Trump, unless he actually got nominated.

      He hurts Biden because he steals some of the “moderate” vote from him, not much but in a close primary contest it could make a difference.

      It helps Trump because he will make the case against some of the crazier Dem proposals out there, which Trump can use later in the GE.

    357. jason says:

      I don’t know if there is a shy vote. My question is: if there is one, how do we know? Would blacks admit it?”

      Admitting a shy vote is an oxymoron.

    358. ssq says:

      Why would you give morons oxygen?

    359. jason says:

      Trump should run ads in black media touting the employment figures for blacks and the investments made in economic stimulus for depressed areas.

    360. dblaikie says:

      After reading the media papers and listening to the stuff on TV yesterday, I know believe that there is only a 50/50 chance of an impeachment vote happening. The Dems have a real disaster on their hands. If they don’t impeach their base will explode in anger.

      If they do impeach the vote will be much closer perhaps on getting barely enough votes (220-218). More than that the trial looming in the Senate will be unthinkable for them. Think about it, the whistle blower under oath, Schiff called to testify, Hunter on the stand. I could go on and on.

      In short the Democrats are in a total lose/lose scenario. Perhaps the only way out to avoid total disaster is to op for censure. That would be very bad for them, but with a complaint media droning on about how censure is just as bad as impeachment it might be their only way out.

      Well we might know after Schiff, as he said on Sunday, talks to his constituents (Hollywood) about what he should do.

    361. Phil says:

      The headway Trump makes with blacks will be overwhelmingly with black males. Some but slight with black females. Employment is what helps Trump. He will double the black support McCain got. That’s going to happen. Employment and wage increases matter.

    362. dblaikie says:

      Drudge today is very telling. Nothing about impeachment, nothing on the DOJ report. Only thing he has is the nothing burger report on the firing of Esper from the Navy. According the press Trump was bad for firing him.

    363. jason says:

      Esper wasn’t fired, he is the Secretary of Defense. Spencer was asked to resign.

    364. dblaikie says:

      Thanks Jason for the clarification. Got confused. Being asked to resign is getting fired.

    365. NYCmike says:

      “What coach agrees to punt on third down without arguing the point?”

      -I heard the ref was named Crowley, and the coach is a Mormon.

    366. NYCmike says:

      “Walt is using CCCP (Canadian Cory) math.”


      I’ll need you to explain this to me……..as those 2 numbers add up to 91.

      I had to ask the whole village to help me with that problem, by the way. Needed those extra fingers and toes to get those big numbers……I can understand why you made an error……

    367. jason says:

      Being asked to resign is getting fired.”

      Right, but he was asked to resign by Esper, not Trump.

      Now, I hear Vindman heard from Esper’s caddy that Trump told Esper to fire him.

    368. jason says:

      I think the Dems have committed to impeachment, they can’t back down now.

      Maybe if Sondland hadn’t come up with the quid pro quo BS, if he had just said nobody told me the reason aid was temporarily withheld, it would have given the Dems an out.

      But after he said the golden words, they have dug too deep a hole.

      And of course, their MSM handlers would freak out.

    369. lisab says:

      Biden Is Struggling in Iowa and His Supporters There Know Why

      WINTERSET, Iowa — Nancy Courtney displays a Joe Biden sign in her yard, makes phone calls for his campaign and supports the former vice president “100 percent,” she said. But the sluggish state of Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s organization in her city of Burlington, Iowa, had her fuming one recent evening.

      “In Burlington, they are duds,” said Ms. Courtney, an activist who is married to the Democratic chairman in Des Moines County. “I will help, but there’s no excitement there. There’s nothing. I will do whatever it takes to get him elected, but I can’t go down there when there’s nothing going on.”

    370. lisab says:

      By the way, Trump only got 8% of the black vote in 2016. Getting 14 or so percent would be a really big deal. Democrats should be terrified of that possibility.

      it would be over … hillary would be singing

    371. lisab says:

      even if the black vote goes up to 12% for trump

      that is, black males don’t vote hugely for trump, but they don’t vote against him either — which is more likely than actually voting republican

      trump has a way better chance at the midwest

    372. lisab says:

      there just is no excitement for a moderate dem candidate right now

    373. lisab says:

      it is so bad that the rnc has outraised the dnc by almost $100 million

    374. lisab says:

      AOC Says There Is Too Much Division In Our Country When Addition And Subtraction Are Hard Enough

    375. lisab says:

      New Ultrasound Technology Can Detect Up To 50 Genders

    376. Phil says:

      My prediction on impeachment is that the Democrats can’t afford to turn back now. To do so would be to admit their hearings bombed and that this was nothing but a political power play that didn’t make the case. I think they will go through with it but it will get no Republican votes. There will also be at least 5 to 6 Democratic defections. The polls were supposed to have moved in their favor by now and to their horror they moved the other way. Needless to say, Impeachment has not gone according to plan.

      So now what? One thing Rush said today is that it wouldn’t be out of the question for Nancy to hold a press conference and just say they have proven their case with overwhelming evidence. The witnesses were compelling and there is no question Trump is guilty….BUT she is pulling the vote because it’s clear the Partisan, spineless, Republican senate is determined to protect the clearly criminal Donald Trump and therefore because of blatant Republican partisanship Trump will be aguitted. She will say that for the country’s sake she can’t allow that outcome …… soooo the vote will not be taken. We Democrats wanted to do what was right but the Partisan, Trump protecting Republican senators refused to do the right thing.

    377. lisab says:

      in theory, pelosi could do censure


      allow some administrative issue delay the vote to next year … and then just let the voters decide

      i doubt it, but it could happen

      i still think they will impeach and then accuse trump of some horrible scandal

      not in the articles of impeachment,

      but via the media

      like have some woman say trump or trump jr raped her to try to get the republicans like romney on board

    378. lisab says:

      i can see pelosi doing what rush said … but …

      saying that she will hold it over until after 2020,

      so that if trump wins they can kick him out then … and give her party a reason to show up at the polls

      “vote for dems in the senate so we can get rid of him”

    379. Wes says:

      Well, much to the chagrin of Mikey and Schumer, the Mikey Maneuver has exactly a 0% chance of working in Bill Clinton’s home state next year:


    380. Wes says:

      Tom Cotton effectively becomes a two-term Senator right now.

      As recently as 2010, Dems held all statewide constitutional officials in AR, both Senators, three of four Congressmen, band supermajorities in the State Legislature.

      Now Republicans have all that but have one upped the Dems by winning all four House seats. Thus, since 2015, for the first time since Johnson was President, AR is an absolutely one party state.

      My, how times change.

    381. Paul says:

      385: that does make sense. She could just leave it open to be resumed later. And say that we will let the electorate decide.

    382. Wes says:

      Rampant, flagrant corruption on all levels of government?

      Who moved New Jersey to the Midwest?


    383. Tina says:

      China Biden plunges to fourth in Nh

      2h2 hours ago
      #NEW Post-Deabte New Hampshire @BostonGlobe/@Suffolk_U Poll

      Sanders 16%
      Warren 14%
      Buttigieg 13%
      Biden 12%
      Gabbard 6%
      Yang 4%
      Harris 3%
      Booker/Steyer 2%
      Klobuchar/Patrick 1%

    384. NYCmike says:

      -SHOCKING, if true……..can you see how shocked I am……..

      You will get more of this if a Democrat wins the Presidency next year.

      “CG” to defend her in 3……2……1……

    385. NYCmike says:

      Trying to link to a story about Ilhan Omar giving information to Qatar/Iran

    386. Wes says:

      Abbott has the specter of the remarkable failure of a previous Texas Governor turned President that will keep him from ever becoming President. Senator might be a good fit for him though when Cruz’s seat is up in 2024.

    387. Phil says:

      Yes, Abbott would be a very good bet to follow Cruz to the Senate whom I don’t think will run again. I don’t see him losing a statewide race.

    388. jason says:

      Bloomberg’s campaign manager is smarter than the average Democrat.

      “Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg’s 2020 campaign chief Kevin Sheekey defended the former New York City mayor’s decision to skip early nominating states after his late entry into the crowded primary field.

      “Mike is getting in this race because he thinks that Donald Trump is an existential crisis and he thinks he’s on a path to victory and he’s getting in to alter that dynamic,” Sheekey said Monday in an interview with CNN.

      Sheekey said the general election is only about six states: Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Florida and Arizona.

      “That’s the whole general election. And right now Donald Trump is winning, he is winning that election. It’s very tough for people who don’t live in New York or California to understand that, but that is what’s happening,” Sheekey said.”

    389. jason says:

      Minus the part where “Trump is in an existential crisis”.


    390. jason says:

      Oh.. .”is an existential crisis”.


    391. Tina says:

      A house Drat punts on impeachment.


    392. lisab says:

      Mike Pence Observed Fondling Girl at White House. Overheard Telling Her She Was “A Very Good Girl.”


    393. lisab says:

      Jerusalem Post American Politics
      Ilhan Omar ‘Qatari asset,’ Florida court hears
      The Democratic Congresswoman is said to have passed information to Qatar which was subsequently handed along to Iran.

    394. NYCmike says:

      “Yes, Abbott would be a very good bet to follow Cruz to the Senate whom I don’t think will run again. I don’t see him losing a statewide race.”

      -Cruz will be 53/54 in 2024 if up for re-election. Cornyn will be 68 in 2020.

      I would think Cruz, unless he gets chosen to replace someone on the Supreme Court, would stay in the Senate.

    395. lisab says:

      Gabrielle Blair
      ? @designmom
      Nov 24

      Gabrielle Blair Retweeted Exposing Gun Control

      There are far better ways to protect your family than a gun. Get a life insurance policy.

    396. lisab says:

      obama: don’t you think hunter should have pulled out of burisma?

      joe biden: first of all, her name wasn’t burisma …

    397. jason says:

      The Democratic Congresswoman is said to have passed information to Qatar which was subsequently handed along to Iran.”

      Watch the same people outraged, I tell you, about a short hold on aid to Ukraine, give her a pass on this.

    398. jason says:

      lisab says:
      November 25, 2019 at 2:59 pm

      there just is no excitement for a moderate dem candidate right now”

      Not to mention there is no moderate candidate either.

    399. jason says:

      “vote for dems in the senate so we can get rid of him”

      If Trump wins I don’t see the Dems winning the Senate.

      And in any case they wouldn’t have 65 votes even if they did win a majority.

    400. BayernFan says:

      No impeachment
      No censure
      No quarter

      Does the GOP have the stones?

    401. Bitterlaw says:

      Illinois only has a Great Lake. It does not have an ocean. I could not buy a vacation house there.

    402. BayernFan says:

      I think Dems behind the scenes are really worried about the black vote. Imo this is why they are freaking about Pete. Booker and Harris have not caught on. Biden can’t win no matter what. The polls of black voters is worrisome. Perhaps this is why Deval Patrick (friend of Obama) got in all of a sudden. And why Michelle herself I think is available in the bullpen.

    403. Phil says:

      Doubt Michelle is actually available.

      …but, yeah, the black vote Looks to be a problem in the general election. Don’t see the turnout they’d need. Similar to Hillary’s…..and for Mayor Pete, Warren, and Sanders not even that much.

      Trump is going to increase is % of the black vote 3-5 percent in any event.

      Look for Democrats to go back to the Trump is a racist card with lots of inflamed race rhetoric. I don’t think it’s going to work like it has in the past. Looks desperate. Employment and wages are up for blacks….hence the small uptick in percentage.

    404. Cash Cow TM says:

      I have last track.

      Need help.

      This is day _?_ of impeachment hearings.

    405. Cash Cow TM says:

      Forgot to mention that Walt is on injured reserve.

      He helped his son plant a bazillion garlic bulbs in one of the greenhouses yesterday. And today helped pack, load and transport 1000 pounds of carrots. He got through that without injury.

      But then he was playing with the dog outside and went to kick a tennis ball and pulled a muscle in the front of his thigh.

      He said it hurts like hell and is all limpy and whiney.

    406. lisab says:

      Biden Senior Hispanic Advisor Quits Because “Campaign Too Focused On Whites And Blacks”

    407. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      From Morgoth at Red Racing Horses a summary of a just-released CNN Poll:

      Latest CNN poll, impeachment unchanged at 43/50.

      Trump approval up with adults to 42/54 from 41/57. With RV’s up to 43/53 from 42/57. I’m pretty sure this is the first time Trump’s approval in a CNN poll is higher than his approval with Rasmussen, -10 on CNN vs -11 on Rasmussen, a new record I guess.

      Trump approval continues to differ by enthusiasm to vote, among voters who say they are extremely enthusiastic his approval is 48/51, among very enthusiastic he is at 45/54 and among less enthusiastic he is only at 34/57.

      The sample is D+6, last month’s sample was D+4 so this sample is somewhat more favourable for democrats.

      Among independents in their last poll support for impeachment was 50/42, in their current poll its dropped to 47/45, the overall number hasn’t moved because they have more democrats in this poll so that’s kept the overall number stable.

    408. Wobbles says:

      I’m pretty sure this is the first time Trump’s approval in a CNN poll is higher than his approval with Rasmussen, -10 on CNN vs -11 on Rasmussen, a new record I guess.”

      Did I tell you I think Rasmussen is the gold standar of polls?

    409. jason says:

      Latest CNN poll, impeachment unchanged at 43/50.

      Translation: the “bomshell” testimonies were duds.

    410. jason says:

      Walt is an experienced farmer.

      Rumor is he planted the apple tree in the Garden of Eden.

    411. jason says:



      And she is black, probably safe seat, so you can’t even say she is worried about her own seat.

    412. jason says:

      Obama on “connecting with voters”

      “And you know who really doesn’t have it? Joe Biden.”

    413. jason says:

      Actually I disagree with Obama.

      I think he connects better than Elizabeth Warren for example.

    414. dblaikie says:

      Yesterday I said that I believed that the Dems moving forward on Impeachment was at best 50/50. With the defection of Brenda Harris from a deep blue district I now think that there will not be an Impeachment vote. The reason why is because Harris gives vulnerable dems from Trump districts cover. My opinion is that they will drop like dominoes. The truth is that I believe that Nancy knows right now that she will not have the votes.

      Who knows maybe Harris is following Pelosi’s orders as a way to get out from this. The brutal fact is that an impeachment vote coupled with a Senate trial coupled with the release of the DOJ report will bring huge damage to the Democrats. Back peddling to a censure will mean a huge loss of face for the dems but it would be better than the alternative.

    415. jason says:

      I am skeptical the DOJ report will bring “huge damage to the Dems”.

      The MSM has already spun it as innocuous.

      Hopefully the spin is wrong and was really damage control.

      Not optimistic though, I don’t trust Horowitz.

    416. jason says:

      I still think impeachment will happen with a max of 6 Dem votes against. The pressure is just to great from the moonbats who vote in the Dem primaries.

      But if dblaikie is right I will certainly give him an Honorary A-hole Award.

    417. jason says:

      I would think Cruz, unless he gets chosen to replace someone on the Supreme Court, would stay in the Senate.”

      I prefer door No. 3 please.

    418. Phil says:

      I still think they may be too far down the path to not impeach but it’s now a very distinct possibility they don’t. Their caucus is still infected with full blown TDS of course. I agree, the last off ramp for Pelosi is censure. It would make the most sense. Democrats like Cunningham in SC-1 and Horn in Ok-5 are praying for that. Those are Trump +13 districts in which they each won by less than one percent in a Democratic year. Pelosi would no doubt give them a pass to vote no, but how is it going to look for an impeachment vote that gets zero Republicans with half a dozen Democrats peeling off to join the no votes? Nothing approaching bipartisan in that. If anything it is bipartisan the other way. It screams nothing but a total political operation.

      There is no upside whatsoever for Democrats if there is a Senate trial for the following reasons:

      1) Trump will be acquitted.
      2) It will fire up the Republican base and become one long huge Trump and Republican fundraiser.
      3) Republicans will, unlike the House, get the opportunity to call their own witnesses and present their case.
      4) Public opinion is not in favor of opinion in swing states.
      5) Clashes with the primary season. Democratic Senators stuck in DC for the trial.
      6) Censure gets Democrats a handful of Republican votes. Impeachment gets zero.

      I want them to impeach. Whether common sense prevails over their TDS will be revealed shortly. Odds are increasing by the day they veer away from an impeachment vote. It only made sense if the hearings had moved public opinion and cracked Republican solidarity. That didn’t happen.

    419. dblaikie says:

      Thanks Jason I will gladly accept it. Like you I don’t know what will happen with DOJ report. My point was that in conjunction with the other stuff it “add wood to the fire.”

      Frankly I was stunned that Harris who is a popular member of Congressional Black Caucus and who represents a deeply blue would come out against impeachment. It makes my conspiratorial mind scream that there is trouble in the Democratic Caucus!

    420. dblaikie says:

      I hate typos. In the above post I meant “blue district “

    421. John says:

      Updated odds on this betting site has Trump winning in a landslide…
      Trump 41.2%
      Biden 11.9%
      Warren 8.5%
      Buttigieg 8.5%
      Sanders 7.5%

      Note…Warren has slipped all the way down to 8.5%? Holy moly.
      FYI…Trump has a better chance than the top four Democrats combined.


    422. Phil says:

      Congressmen Brenda Lawrence has recanted her backing off from impeachment statement over the weekend. Tells me they got to her and Democrats are full speed ahead on impeachment.

      No censure, impeachment is on. Not even a question now.

      I’m pleased. Bring on the trial.

    423. mR.viTO says:

      Horowitz will be a snooze.


      “A former US Attorney told me a junior staffer may get jammed up but if this is bigger than a few patsies, the DOJ-IG will punt.

      He’ll never indict the agency, he’s there to preserve it. Improve it, short of exposing it.

      Look fr even one time any IG did more. They just don’t. “

    424. mR.viTO says:

      “Six months later, no word from Horowitz or Huber. My lawyer friends were “I told you so”-ing me over Horowitz. Huber’s lack of interest they couldn’t explain…

      Then Barr announced Durham’s leadership of the Russia hoax investigation. We tried a 3rd time to send along the Greenberg Dossier, this time to Durham.

      The Connecticut AG replied days later. I was elated…”

    425. dblaikie says:

      434 Well my limb fell off. With Harris recanting I am back to 50/50. No Ahole award for me.

    426. BayernFan says:

      Dems aren’t very bright are they?

      If that Michigan lady is having cold feet (and she clearly is), then you can bet many other Dems are as well.

      They will float censure eventually.

      The GOP should tell the Dems to pi$$ up a rope on censure…. and team up with Dems crazies to defeat it.

      Make the Dems and Pelosi walk the plank on impeachment.

    427. NYCmike says:

      #420 – “Trump 2020, baby!”


    428. NYCmike says:

      “The GOP should tell the Dems to pi$$ up a rope on censure…. and team up with Dems crazies to defeat it.”

      -Sounds good to me.

    429. mR.viTO says:

      Two-thirds of battleground state voters who chose Trump in 2016 but selected Democrats in the midterms say they will return to the president next year.


    430. jason says:

      Two-thirds of battleground state voters who chose Trump in 2016 but selected Democrats in the midterms say they will return to the president next year. ”

      Well this is good and bad.

      Good because most of them will come back. Bad because losing a third of them would sink Trump in close states.

      Personally, I think almost all Trump voters will vote for him again. I have still to meet someone who voted for Trump in 2016 who will not vote for him in 2020.

      Maybe Bitter knows someone like that in Radnor.

    431. jason says:

      On the other hand, if that happened Dems could lose a dozens seats or more in the House.

    432. jason says:


      “Pres. Trump says Bread and Butter, turkeys vying for Thanksgiving pardon, have “already received subpoenas to appear in Adam Schiff’s basement on Thursday.”

      “But Bread and Butter, I should note that unlike previous witnesses, you and I have actually met.”

    433. Hugh says:

      He will win a lot of the 1/3rd and plenty others

    434. jason says:

      John says:
      November 26, 2019 at 11:55 am

      Updated odds on this betting site has Trump winning in a landslide…
      Trump 41.2%
      Biden 11.9%
      Warren 8.5%
      Buttigieg 8.5%
      Sanders 7.5%”

      Huh, that is not the way to look at those numbers.

      Since Trump is the only R there, the betting is really saying he only has a 42% chance of winning, which mirrors other betting sites too. Or you can look at head to head matchups to see how he does against each of those candidates. But you can’t say that Biden only has a 12% chance of beating Trump head to head, he has a a 12% of being the nominee AND beating Trump.

      But all is not lost, remember Silverhack only have him a 25% chance and the Princeton idiot gave him 1% in 2016.

    435. Joe J says:

      Even though Trump is around 42% there, he is somehow only 79% as of last check to win the nomination so that might be skewing that 42 lower. He really should be 99+ to win the nom and probably somewhere in the mid to upper 50s to win a second term IMO

    436. NYCmike says:

      “winning in a landslide…”

      -Isn’t this word “landslide” the key?

      It is not 42% to win the election.

      It is 42% to win the election “in a landslide…”.

    437. mR.viTO says:

      The Washington Post
      ?Verified account @washingtonpost
      1h1 hour ago

      We’ve deleted a tweet that was not accurate and incorrectly summarized Post reporting.

      Labour members have been accused of making anti-Jewish statements, which should not have been conflated with statements on Palestinian rights. https://wapo.st/33oFY73

    438. Bitterlaw says:

      I do not believe that this is the true Mr. Vito

    439. dblaikie says:

      Frankly I think that any certainty is out the window this election cycle. For me I have always believed that Trump will be hard to defeat. That position has gotten stronger as the deep weaknesses of the Democratic candidates has been revealed. In addition the chief symptom of TDS is always over reaching in hatred. Truly the Dems are their own worst enemy.

      But in a sense so is Trump. His tweet about the Ukrainian Ambassador was not needed or productive. So on the other side is Trump is a loose cannon. But what really turns this cycle into turmoil is the complete and total bias, no that was in the past, the complete and total hatred of the President in the press and Academia. How can you trust their polls or anything else they claim? Above posts talk about betting. How much is betting effected by the constant harangue of hatred from the media.

      In short, unlike many, I believe that Trump has a clear path to being reelected. However I am not certain of it. Like the “Old Forest” in the Lord of Rings the path can mysteriously change.

    440. mR.viTO says:


    441. jason says:

      So a guy on record as saying “Vive la resistance” was the primary FBI attorney assigned to the Hillary investigation and later on Mueller’s team?

      “According to DOJ Inspector General Michael Horowitz’ June 2018 Report (on various actions by the FBI and DOJ in advance of the 2016 election) which can be viewed here, he played a far larger role in the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign (Crossfire Hurricane). The report states Clinesmith was the “the primary FBI attorney assigned to that investigation beginning in early 2017.” He then joined Robert Mueller’s investigation team and was dismissed in February 2018 after his anti-Trump text messages had been revealed.”

      The Never Trumpers don’t care. The ends justify the means.

    442. jason says:

      It is not 42% to win the election.

      It is 42% to win the election “in a landslide…”.


      Updated odds on this betting site has Trump winning in a landslide…”

      That was John’s take.


    443. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 26, 2019 at 5:37 pm

      I do not believe that this is the true Mr. Vito”

      Reads like him, if it isn’t it is a good impersonation.

    444. jason says:

      Thanks Jason I will gladly accept it.”

      Hey Bitter, if Pelosi gives up on impeachment dblaikie gets a Honorary A-hole Award.

      Do you think if we melt down MD’s bust in the foyer we might have enough to have something nice framed.

    445. mR.viTO says:

      You might have enough for a cufflink.

    446. dblaikie says:

      Who can ever take the place of MD in the 2020 election cycle? In a strange and completely weird way, I miss him. The man knew how ridicule. Maybe if he reads this post he will return.

    447. jason says:

      What did Krugman say about when the stock market will recover?


      “Dow scores 100th record close under Trump”

    448. NYCmike says:


      I ALWAYS valued MD’s comments, even those “mean” ones aimed at me.

      He made me laugh more often than I can thank him for, as he was absurd beyond words! His anger was palpable, and glorious!

      A true A-Hole!

    449. jason says:

      You might have enough for a cufflink.”

      We need enough for a pair.

      We might have to raid the rainy day fund.

    450. mR.viTO says:

      “We might have to raid the rainy day fund.”

      Good idea… Melting down the penny jar might be enough for a second cufflink.

    451. Tina says:

      But BushBamaclintune love the cartels

      Verified account

      Follow Follow @bennyjohnson
      ? BREAKING ?

      President Trump says he will designate Mexican Drug Cartels as foreign Terrorist Organizations
      3:26 PM – 26 Nov 2019

    452. jason says:

      Good idea… Melting down the penny jar might be enough for a second cufflink.”

      Might not be a lot in it after we raided it to buy Scooter a raincoat so he could park cars in the rain. But it was worth it, he stopped coming into the kitchen every ten minutes asking Kim for hot chocolate.

    453. mR.viTO says:

      The jar is empty. We can melt the jar.

    454. mR.viTO says:


      Stephen Canning
      The Tories are running the whole Jeremy Corbyn interview, unedited, on the main @Conservatives Facebook page. That’s how bad it was.

    455. lisab says:

      Among the general discussion of political issues by FBI Attorney 2, we identified three instant message exchanges that raised concerns of potential bias. The first of these exchanges was on October 28, 2016, shortly after Comey’s October 28 letter to Congress that effectively announced the reopening of the Midyear investigation. FBI Attorney 2 sent similar messages to four different FBI employees. The timestamps of these messages are included below. The messages stated:

      13:44:42, to FBI Employee 1: “I mean, I never really liked the Republic anyway.”

      13:44:52, to FBI Employee 2: “I mean, I never really liked the Republic anyway.”

      14:01:52, to FBI Employee 3: “As I have initiated the destruction of the republic…. Would you be so kind as to have a coffee with me this afternoon?”

      15:28:50, to FBI Employee 4: “I’m clinging to small pockets of happiness in the dark time of the Republic’s destruction”

    456. lisab says:

      FBI Employee: “All the people who were initially voting for her would not, and were not, swayed by any decision the FBI put out. Trump’s supporters are all poor to middle class, uneducated, lazy POS that think he will magically grant them jobs for doing nothing. They probably didn’t watch the debates, aren’t fully educated on his policies, and are stupidly wrapped up in his unmerited enthusiasm.”

      11:11:43, FBI Attorney 2: “I’m just devastated. I can’t wait until I can leave today and just shut off the world for the next four days.”

      11:12:06, FBI Employee: “Why are you devastated?”

      11:12:18, FBI Employee: “Yes, I’m not watching tv forfour years.”

      11:14:16, FBI Attorney 2: “I just can’t imagine the systematic disassembly of the progress we made over the last 8 years. ACA is gone. Who knows if the rhetoric about deporting people, walls, and crap is true. I honestly feel like there is going to be a lot more gun issues, too, the crazies won finally. This is the tea party on steroids. And the GOP is going to be lost, they have to deal with an incumbent in 4 years. We have to fight this again. Also Pence is stupid.”

      11:14:58, FBI Employee: “Yes that’s all true.”

      11:15:01, FBI Attorney 2: “And it’s just hard not to feel like the FBI caused some of this. It was razor thin in some states.”

      11:15:09, FBI Employee: “Yes it was very thin.”

      11:15:23, FBI Attorney 2: “Plus, my god damnedname is all over the legal documents investigating his staff.”

      11:15:24, FBI Employee: “But no I absolutely do not believe the FBI had any part.”

      11:15:33, FBI Attorney 2: “So, who knows if that breaks to him what he is going to do.”

    457. jason says:

      Of course Kim claims he was really not after hot chocolate but that is subject to litigation so we won’t go there.

    458. jason says:

      “Trump’s supporters are all poor to middle class, uneducated, lazy POS that think he will magically grant them jobs for doing nothing.”

      Yeah, you don’t need the support of poor to middle class people to win elections.

    459. jason says:

      FBI Attorney 2: “Plus, my god damnedname is all over the legal documents investigating his staff.”

    460. lisab says:

      Poll: Bernie Sanders, Tulsi Gabbard Surge in New Hampshire, Biden Drops to Fourth

    461. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      For those who believe the voters favor a more isolationist foreign policy:

      “More than 1,000 U.S. adults responded to the second annual national defense survey conducted by the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute. Most of them believe the U.S. should have a more active foreign policy, and be more engaged in international affairs.
      * * *
      The survey found that 76 percent of respondents supported the use of American military force abroad, whether or not there is a direct threat to the U.S., to include defending freedom and preventing human rights violations. Additionally, 65 percent were in favor of maintaining America’s network of military bases overseas, while 28 percent believe that presence should be reduced.
      “These are not the views of a country that would eschew global leadership but rather a nation where President Reagan’s vision of peace through strength is alive and well,” Roger Zakheim, the Reagan Institute’s Washington director, said in a press release.
      The survey also found that 86 percent of Americans report confidence in the military, down from 93 percent in the inaugural 2018 survey. Support for increasing military spending, however, is up one point to 76 percent in 2019, according to the survey.”

    462. Tina says:

      Florida Homecoming Rally

      Looks like over 20,000 folks.

    463. jason says:

      Please nominate Bernie Sanders, Dems.

      We might as well have a Socialist who doesn’t pretend he is not a Socialist running against Trump.

    464. jason says:

      Trump is coming to Hershey for a rally Dec 10.

      If Bitter comes I may join him.

    465. jason says:

      Sanders admits he will raise taxes on not only the middle class, but even those who don’t even make $30k a year.

      “Is health care free? No, it is not,” Sanders told host Stephen Colbert. “So what we do is exempt the first $29,000 of a person’s income. You make less than $29,000 you pay nothing in taxes. Above that, in a progressive way with the wealthiest people in this country paying the largest percentage, people do pay more in taxes”

    466. Tina says:

      The low level Fib lawyer did all of this:

      Verified account

      24m24 minutes ago
      Same FBI lawyer??

      ??Worked on Clinton email investigation

      ??Texted after Trump won “I am so stressed about what I could have done differently”

      ??Texted “Viva le resistance” to explain working in Trump Admin

      ??Was on Mueller’s team 9 months

      ??Doctored FISA warrant application
      15 replies 204 retweets 313 likes

    467. jason says:

      Dang, imagine if he was “high level”.

    468. NYCmike says:

      “Dang, imagine if he was “high level”.”

      -“CG” and Robbie would vouch for his patriotism.

    469. jason says:

      Sure they would. The ends justify the means.

    470. TrumpIsPeteWilson says:

      lol Rampant confirmation bias, complete lack of citation, and also a lot of mental illness thrown in.

      Hedgehogreport keeps circling the drain with Boomer’s jerking each other off with lies.

    471. jason says:

      Look, you got to give PeteWilson a break.

      Not every troll can come from the top of the troll gene pool, some have to come from the bottom.

    472. jason says:

      “Hedgehogreport keeps circling the drain with Boomer’s jerking each other off with lies.”

      You are reading too many of Amoral Scumbag’s and Proud Obamacommunist’s posts.

      Expand your horizons.

    473. Bitterlaw says:

      If Bitter comes I may join him.

      Gayest post of the day.

    474. jason says:

      And the day is almost over.

    475. Cash Cow TM says:

      Today, Walt helped his wash, pack and deliver 700 pounds of delicata squash.

      His leg was OK and healing.

      BUT….he was out getting firewood and reinjured it and now walks like Chester on the old TV western Gunsmoke.

      I think he is angling for Medicaid disability…
      Or else he thinks Cow will do all the shoveling from the big snow we are supposed to get tonight.

      And they are calling for waves of 10-15 on Lake Superior! Wish I had brought my Cowsurf board.

    476. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Warren’s poll numbers in New Hampshire are collapsing. She is just not proposing enough new regulations and taxes. When Trump is ahead of Warren in a one-on-one in New Hampshire, time for Warren bring out the peace pipe.

      New Hampshire @EmersonPolling:
      Sanders 26%
      Buttigieg 22%
      Biden 14%
      Warren 14%
      Gabbard 6%
      Yang 5%
      Harris 4%
      Steyer 3%
      Klobuchar/Booker 2%

      New Hampshire General Election:

      Buttigieg 53 (+6)
      Trump 47

      Biden 52 (+4)
      Trump 48

      Sanders 52 (+4)
      Trump 48

      Trump 51 (+2)
      Yang 49

      Trump 51 (+2)
      Warren 49

    477. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Have indicated in prior posts that Buttigieg was on the rise. Here another poll showing it:

      National @QuinnipiacPol Post Debate Poll
      (Change since last month):
      Biden 24% (+3)
      Buttigieg 16% (+6)
      Warren 14% (-14)
      Sanders 13% (-2)
      Bloomberg 3% (new)
      Harris 3% (-2)
      Klobuchar 3% (-)

    478. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      After watching the debates over the last several months, Democratic voters have decided for “none of the above.” They will go with the young guy who is a political novice. Rocking chairs at shady acres are waiting for Biden, Warren and Sanders.

    479. Cash Cow TM says:

      Have the Dems gotten off their butts and finally removed Trump from office today?

    480. Cash Cow TM says:

      the journalists

      short jail tunes
      throes jail nuts

    481. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The hypocrisy is stunning:

      @BjornLomborg Hilarious Greta’s boat trip to the US might emit 6x a flight, because the 5 people taking the boat back will fly over to NYC

      “Some intriguing revelations about the crewing arrangements emerged soon after departure. It turns out that the three westbound crossing crew will be flying back from New York to Europe, while the replacement crew of five will be flying from Europe to New York for the return passage.”

      “few of us can whistle up a $4 million, 18-meter (60-ft) yacht from Prince Albert of Monaco to cross the Atlantic to assuage our enviro-guilt, and consider just one question …Precisely how green is the Blessed Greta’s planet-saving maritime odyssey?”

      “Outremer Yachting 45 Catamaran has a huge 672L diesel fuel tank, which powers two Volvo Diesel Sail Drive engines.”

      “Let’s look at the supposedly ‘zero-emissions’, ‘carbon’-free yacht itself. It’s built of carbon fiber. (Remember, we skeptics aren’t the ones who started the misuse of scientific terminology for political effect.) Now, the production process for building a carbon-fiber yacht is estimated to be around 14 times as energy-intensive, and thus in ‘carbon’, i.e. CO2, emissions, as that for building one of equivalent length in steel. Not only that. The epoxy resins used in the construction of Greta’s Ark are different and are all organic materials made from petroleum and significant amounts of natural gas.”

    482. Scooterboy says:

      Yeah Jason, a raincoat with no hood. Thanks a lot. The raindrops short circuited my hearing aid and brand new cochlear implant. Thanks to you, not only have I been caught up in Kim’s outlandish claims, but I’ve also had to take on two new jobs (parking cars doesn’t pay worth a chit), just to pay for a couple new ears.

    483. lisab says:

      HIV positive sperm bank launches in New Zealand in a world first

    484. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      491. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7728437/Corbynistas-admit-Labour-leaders-interview-Andrew-Neil-truly-horrific-awful.html

      What’s amazing is the leaders of Russia and China realize that Marxist socialism does not work, and have moved on in their economic policies. Yet old Bolsheviks like Corbyn and Bernie Sanders still are nostalgic for old style Marxism, and actually want to create governments based on the Soviet model.

    485. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      The Drudge Report has lost 15% of its viewership. Good. Other conservative sites are filling the void. Good.


    486. Bitterlaw says:

      Diamond Jim?

    487. jason says:

      Goalposts moving.

      Reuters has headline that”Net” numbers for impeachment went up.

      It has impeachment at 47-40. Obviously they don’t like the 47%, so the new standard is “net difference” which went up from 4 to 7 points.

    488. jason says:

      Sooterboy says:
      November 27, 2019 at 12:33 am

      Yeah Jason, a raincoat with no hood. Thanks a lot. The raindrops short circuited my hearing aid and brand new cochlear implant. Thanks to you, not only have I been caught up in Kim’s outlandish claims, but I’ve also had to take on two new jobs (parking cars doesn’t pay worth a chit), just to pay for a couple new ears.”

      Look Scooter, you were warned during orientation week that being an A-hole is challenging and takes strong intestinal fortitude.

    489. jason says:

      Reuters now describes the “net” approval for impeachment from 4 to 7 points as “approval SOARING”.

    490. jason says:

      The real reason Schiff did not release Mark Sandy’s testimony:

      Q: Okay. At any point in time, from the moment that you walked into the SCIF to anytime in history, has Mr. Duffey even provided to you a reason why the President wanted to place a hold on security assistance?
      A: I recall in early September an email that attributed the hold to the President’s concern about other countries not contributing more to Ukraine.

    491. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      #503- jason
      The PID on the Reuters/ Ipsos Poll is 50% Democrat, 39% Republican and 11% Independent.No wonder the results are what they are!

    492. Bitterlaw says:

      With the return of Mr. Vito and Scooter, we can now convene the Tribunal. Time to seize MD and spin the Wheel of Sorrows. This year we added Thanksgiving Dinner with Elizabeth Warren to the Wheel.

    493. Cash Cow TM says:


      Here is a big internet Cow hug for ya!

    494. Hugh says:

      How can anyone do a poll like that and who reports it? Imagine what the nazis or soviets would have given to have an American style free press behind them.

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    497. mR.viTO says:

      Dammit Mariana! I told you, not here!

      That’s 5 hours in the hole, and no rice cakes today— just tap water!

    498. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      BREAKING: Trump is Thanksgiving dining with the troops in Afghanistan!