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    Biden Now Leads Dems in IA and NH

    There were polls from Iowa (Monmouth UniversityMonmouth UniversityMonmouth University) and New Hampshire (Franklin Pierce University and The Boston Herald). That show Joe Biden might be finally taking control of this Democratic race as he now leads in both early states.

    Joe Biden 24%
    Bernie Sanders 18%
    Pete Buttigieg 16%
    Elizabeth Warren 15%
    Amy Klobuchar 8%
    Cory Booker 4%
    Tom Steyer 4%
    Andrew Yang 3%
    Everyone Else <3%

    Joe Biden 26%
    Bernie Sanders 22%
    Elizabeth Warren 18%
    Pete Buttigieg 17%
    Michael Bloomberg 4%
    Tulsi Gabbard 4%
    Everyone Else <3%

    The IA poll was done January 9-12 among 1033 likely caucus goers. The NH poll was done January 8-12 among 434 likely primary voters.

    Posted by Dave at 9:49 pm
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    495 Responses to “Biden Now Leads Dems in IA and NH”

    1. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      No. 1

    2. PresidentPaul! says:

      ‘The equivalent of Trump’: Black Lives Matter casts pall over Buttigieg campaign


      “To me, Mayor Pete is the equivalent of Trump,” Ms. Redding told The Washington Times on Monday. “I feel like Trump is very aggressive with his racism, and I think Mayor Pete is very passive with his racism.”

      If Mr. Trump and Mr. Buttigieg “are my options I would not vote. They are just two of the same people,” she said, and denied recent news reports identifying her as a supporter of Sen. Bernard Sanders.

    3. Tina says:

      Time to choke off these rinos

      Rich Higgins
      Still don’t think this is an ambush?

      Trump supporters need to STOP ALL DONATIONS to ANY and ALL Republican candidates until the articles are dismissed.

      It’s time we had HIS back.
      Quote Tweet

      DRUDGE REPORT (Not Matt) Text WALL to 88022
      · 2h
      GOP leadership: There aren’t 51 votes to dismiss articles of impeachment… http://bit.ly/2TlW

    4. Tina says:

      They want their witnesses, but not trumps.

      Charges should be dismissed outright.

    5. Diogenes says:

      Seek help of a mental health professional Tina. For your own sake.

    6. PresidentPaul! says:

      Hmm might be worthwhile to call esper to see if he believes soleimani was really in process of attacking an embassy.

    7. Phil says:

      The entire Democratic Party has needed psychiatric help over the last three years. Raving loons.

    8. Tgca says:

      Ocho Bebe! Ocho!

    9. PresidentPaul! says:

      George Gammon explains Jeff Snider’s take on the repo market


      1) it’s s shortage of good collateral

      2) the collateral it has is often masked as a good treasury bond but that was actually swapped out for a junk bond before entering the treasury market meaning that the primary dealers are leery of accepting anything even good collateral on the fear that behind it is a swapped junk bond.
      Basically a manufactured collateral is bringing in extreme risk to the point that the primary dealers want nothing to do with it (think 2008 when mortgage backed security junk was being substituted as treasury bonds)

    10. PresidentPaul! says:


      Lindsey Graham REAL SALTY About War Powers Act

    11. PresidentPaul! says:

      Glenn Greenwald discusses Lyin Joe’s most inspiring speech possibly could be his convention speech if he wins.


    12. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      11. I see the Biden video clip being featured in Trump campaign adds. What Biden said is cringe worthy. The Trump campaign will make sure a large percentage of the voting public has the opportunity to view it.

      In the comment section to Greenwald’s twitter is a video of Biden doing what he described, prepared by cartoonist Sven Stoffels. It is a absolute must watch.


      Add Hunter Biden’s follies, which the Democrats have made front page news in their impeachment attempt, and Biden in 2020 may look worse than Hillary did in 2016.

    13. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Here is the Sven Stoffels video clip on You Tube:


    14. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I shouldn’t pick on Biden, apparently as a lifeguard he took on and defeated the evil gangsta Corn Pop.

    15. Ben says:

      IF Monmouth is correct, this isn’t surprising. Iowa does have a tendency to pick the more moderate candidate, ie, Kerry in 2004, Gore in 2000 vs Bradley, Harkin. I’d be surprised is they end up with Bernie. Iowans want the person who is more electable. I’m from there. But no way in hell they will NOT pick Trump in 2020. The state is moving more Conservative.

    16. jason says:

      Hmm might be worthwhile to call esper to see if he believes soleimani was really in process of attacking an embassy.”


      This terrorist was not only killed because of what he might do in the future, but for what he had already done in the past.

      Do you think he was in Iraq because he retired?


    17. jason says:

      Supposedly Trump gets wildly cheered at LSU vs. Clemson game.

    18. Tgca says:


      Jadon is another war monger like McCain always looking for that last big hurrah moment to relive the glory days of American imperialistic expansion and control of peaceful regions.

      Unfortunately, General Salami was arriving at the airport for a well-deserved and hard-earned vacation in Iraq (it’s lovely in January there) when he met his demise due to unchecked American aggression…and Americans wonder why they are scorned in the Middle East when a well-respected terrorist can’t get some R&R after months of maiming and massacring.

    19. Tgca says:

      Again, the Academy proves it’s white privileged by refusing to nominate diverse film and individuals with only one person of color being nominated this season. Our cousins across the Pond in Great Britain fared worse with not a single nomination of diversity in any main category.

      This is the world we now live in, where except for one Native American running for POTUS, there is no diversity of color representing the vast number of folks being ignored and cast aside by a privileged white society.

      Where is Michael Moore when we need him most to raise awareness to this extreme inequality? Perhaps if he engaged in a hunger strike people would finally wake up and pay attention. White folks are truly evil!

    20. Tgca says:

      Warren confirms Bernie stated a “woman can’t win” in a private meeting they had in her apartment in Dec 2018.

      Bernie’s campaign stated it was a lie and he never said that and said they’ve only heard this by rumor and not by Warren herself but now Warren confirms. Check mate Bernie!

      Let the fireworks begin. Respected Native American lesbian-like female candidate vs bitter old white geezer male.

      Personally, I could care less, as its silly and irrelevant. I’m more interested in WTF Bernie was doing in Warrens apartment. Now that’s newsworthy!

    21. Tgca says:

      So now Shep is meeting with MSNBC over a job opportunity after leaving FOX? How surprising!

      If MSNBC hires him, they mind as well recruit Anderson Cooper and Don Lemon to join Rachel in a gay powerhouse news network. Wow! I get that tingly feeling running up my leg thinking of this.



      *in deep voice*
      “This is GNN …the most fabulous news network”
      *snap*. Heeeeeeeeey!

    22. Michelle Obama vs the DNC buffet table says:

      #RefundWarren is trending on Twitter. People are pissed at her. Finally those idiots get what the rest of us have known for years – Warren is a despicable, pandering, lying fraud.


    23. jason says:

      I give Bernie a pass. I think it is ok for you to say you don’t think a woman can get elected, what is the problem with having an opinion that says you think a man has a better chance?

      I don’t think that is necessarily sexist, any more than I think it is not homophobic to think you probably have a better chance getting elected if you are straight than gay.

    24. jason says:

      I’m more interested in WTF Bernie was doing in Warrens apartment.”

      Jealous, huh? Never had sex with a Native American?

    25. Messy says:

      The House will appoint managers and transmit the Articles of Impeachment tomorrow. The Trial may start on thursday. There aren’t enough votes to end it then, so it’s going to last until February. 55-45 to convict. Trump will stay but damaged.

      We will see what the GAO report has to say.

    26. Phil says:

      55 votes to convict? Did I read that right? Seven Republicans plus Joe Manchin will vote to convict? LOL. They won’t get even one of those eight. Not one.

      Messy, you are dumber than a box of rocks.

    27. Tgca says:


      How rude!

      Actually, of the nearly 200 escapades I had in my yoot, I did come across some Native folk. I don’t believe in discriminating.

    28. Tina says:

      Has mullah piglosi transmitted the articles?

      Have the rinos catered to the drats?

      Yes it should be dismissed since there is no crime and due process.

    29. Tina says:

      The managers for trump should be the House Rs.

      Don’t worry about the senate decorum

      The drat senators lack decorum.

      The house Rs can articulate the message well and best know thee case.

      Once the weak kneed Rs demand witnesses and get then. All bets are off because the lawless Rs will not allow Schiffty to testify.

    30. NYCmike says:


      Do they have to be “giving up”?

      Trump himself has said he wants witnesses called.

    31. NYCmike says:


      -Their production company is called Higher Ground.

      “CG” wouldn’t lease them anything above that.

    32. Scooterboy says:

      25. 55-45 to convict. Lol

      Messy moron is smoking some good chit today.

    33. jason says:

      Sander’s aide wants to send Trump supporter to re-education camps if he wins.

      Proud Obamacommunist must be having an orgasm, so proud!

      “Jurek goes on to say that after the Nazis fell in Germany, the country had to spend a lot of money reeducating people into not being Nazis anymore.

      “Like, we’re probably going to have to do the same f***ing thing here,” said Jurek.

      “That’s kind of what all Bernie’s whole f***king like, “hey, free education for everybody because we’re going to have to teach you not to be a f***ing Nazi.”

    34. jason says:

      But the problem is Trump’s attack on Mika’s face…

      “So the only way you can confront them is with violence,” he adds to the undercover reporter.

      Violence seems to be a common go-to for Jurek. For instance, in the video, Jurek claims that it’s time for a very real revolution, and not just a political one, and that all those who resist should be killed.

      “Well, I’ll tell you what in Cuba, what did they do to reactionaries? You want to fight against the revolution, you’re going to die for it, mother f***er,” said Jurek.

      This extends, not to just to billionaires and Trump supporters, but to the media as well.

      “I’m ready to throw down now…the billionaire class. The f***ing media, pundits. Walk into MSNBC studios, drag those mother f***ers out by their hair and light them on fire in the streets,” said Jurek.

      He is also of the mind that when it comes to free speech, those who say what he considers to the be the wrong things should also be dealt with violently.

      “Free speech has repercussions…there are consequences for your f***ing actions…you should expect a violent reaction and you deserve a violent reaction.”

      On top of these figures, Jurek seems to have a very real problem with Sanders rival, Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

      “Like f**k if we can beat Donald Trump, as long as we nominated a woman. Like f***ing idiot. Like what the f**k? The world is on fire. This is an emergency situation, and you’re hung up on vaginas.”

    35. jason says:

      I guess even MSNBC is too conservative for this guy.

    36. PresidentPaul! says:

      Palladium super bull continues.

    37. PresidentPaul! says:

      Great jp morgan earnings today makes me think first quarter might be good.

    38. Tina says:

      Yes giving up.

      Look at goober

      He is goobering

      Last week he wanted an immediate dismissal

      Now it’s wait and see.

      I am not giving money to the Rs.

    39. jason says:

      Give money to Sanders.

    40. jason says:

      Dismissal is not really a great idea.

      I don’t want a circus, but I think you need a trial to put this behind us.

      Let the moonbats make their case, they don’t have one, let the President’s team refute it, and take a vote. If they have the votes to depose Bolton and Mulvaney, let them depose them. Then take a vote.

    41. Cash Cow TM says:


      Terrified residents flee homes as crazed gang of 400 monkeys raid village

    42. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      41. Agree with Jason. There needs to be a trial, at which the Republicans will finally have a chance to rebut the accusations. At this point, if the process is perceived as fair, believe all the Republican Senators will vote against impeachment.

    43. Phil says:

      Tina, while the two ridiculous articles deserve to be dismissed on their face, an acquittal is the better outcome for Trump. I see where you are coming from. This travesty has already gone much further than it ever should have. However, an acquittal takes away the Democratic talking point that the Republican Senate was “afraid” of a trial. Give them their trial. Weak case and even if republicans give Democrats their Bolton testimony, pretty sure whatever he says won’t amount to anything – probably will serve to help Trump’s case if anything. Bolton isn’t going to help his liberal enemies on Iran in the Senate.

      Finally, I don’t see Collins etc giving Dems their witness in Bolton without giving Trump at least one of his witnesses – namely, Hunter Biden. I’ll take that trade all day long.

    44. Phil says:

      Of course, the way it will probably play out is that Bolton doesn’t actually testify because Trump invokes executive privilege. I’m not crazy about that, because it allows Democrats to claim Trump used executive privilege to shut down Bolton’s “damaging testimony”. You know that’s exactly what they’ll do.

    45. Phil says:

      For the second time in three days, Pelosi seriously questions whether McConnell is working on behalf of Putin and the Russians.

      This woman is not well.

    46. Phil says:

      Nancy to send over the Articles tomorrow. I presume the trial begins Monday.

    47. jason says:

      I think if Bolton really wanted to screw Trump over he would have already done it. I don’t see Mulvaney being helpful either.

      If Bolton REALLY wanted to testify, why not take the opportunity when it was available instead of the risk of never being called by the Senate.

    48. Phil says:

      Actually, McConnell now says the trial begins Next Tuesday.

    49. PresidentPaul! says:

      Trump fueling insider trading?


      Warren, Van Hollen Ask SEC To Investigate Insider Trading By Mar-A-Lago Guests Before Soleimani Airstrike

      “In the five days prior to launching a strike that killed Iran’s most important military leader, Donald Trump roamed the halls of Mar-a-Lago, his private resort in Florida, and started dropping hints to close associates and club-goers that something huge was coming … Trump began telling friends and allies hanging at his perennial vacation getaway that he was working on a ~big’ response to the Iranian regime that they would be hearing or reading about very •soon.’ [T]he president specifically mentioned he’d been in close contact with his top national security and military advisers on gaming out options for an aggressive action that could quickly materialize.” “

    50. Tina says:

      The senate Rs are acting like losers Phil. There is nothing to negotiate. Mitchie is playing it right. But l know where this is heading and it’s not good news. The senate rinos don’t want trump to call his witnesses and do not want the house r managers. The house r managers are most qualified to handle. They are the best we got. They are smarter than the goobers and know how to play it

      It is insulting for that rino to imply otherwise by stating we don’t want a circus

    51. Tina says:

      And no way is crack Biden appearing.

      The senate rinos will not allow gossip blower or soviet Schiffty to appear.

      Gossip blower (ec) has no protection under a proceeding or false statement.

    52. PresidentPaul! says:


      Bernie youtube channel hitting lying Joe biden.

    53. Tgca says:

      This is just absolutely disgusting! Vince Vaughn shakes hands with Trump at football game. I’m never watching one of his movies again! EVAH!!! …ummm…not sure I ever did watch one but I digress.

      He needs to be banished from Hollywood. POS!

    54. PresidentPaul! says:

      Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lying through his teeth no longer mentioning any imminent threat that warranted the Soliemani assassination.


      More reason Esoer should testify since he was lying also.

    55. NYCmike says:

      bubu losing it over salami……

    56. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      55. The U.S. has every right to kill and enemy combatant who is responsible for over 600 American troop deaths. He was killed in Iraq, where the combat has been taking place.

    57. PresidentPaul! says:

      I think it qualifies as an act of war and requires authorization from congress.

    58. Michelle Obama vs the DNC buffet table says:

      Why don’t you impeach him again Bunu

    59. PresidentPaul! says:


      Former Bush administration official discusses the Syrian government’s chemical weapons attacks that were fake and used to justify US airstrikes.

      The Syrian chemical weapons were no more real than the idea that Soleimani was going to attack a US embassy.

    60. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      58. The U.S. Congress already authorized the military action that is taking place in Iraq. There was no further authorization needed to attack an enemy combatant.

    61. PresidentPaul! says:

      Bernie already explained this. Trump designated Soleimani a terrorist so that he could assassinate him.

      Ron Paul explains this also in his best speech


    62. Michelle Obama vs the DNC buffet table says:

      62. His job was literally to build and run terrorist groups in other countries. That makes him a terrorist in any reasonable person’s mind, which is probably the disconnect here

    63. SweatyToothedMadman says:

      Bring on the trial, but watch out for the chief justice – he’s squirrely!

    64. Tina says:

      Watch out Senate Rinos, they are squirrelly too.

    65. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      62. This is probably one of the stupiest comments to ever appear on this board. Soleimani was a terrorist. How many dead and crippled American troops do there need to be for you to accept this fact?

    66. Tgca says:


      Hmmm…evidently you never met Chekote or Aaron_in_Texas.

    67. Tina says:

      Are the jebots live blogging the Drat debate?

    68. Wes says:

      I wonder why L. Ron Paul and the Ronulans even live in the US when they devote their lives to shilling for Islamic terrorists.

    69. Tina says:

      Gen Flynn withdraws guilty plea due to a breach of plea agreement by the Gubment

    70. PresidentPaul! says:

      Max Blumenthal
      Candidates competing for who can best avoid calling for a total US withdrawal from Iraq and Syria without seeming militaristic.

      Tulsi Gabbard, who’s excluded from this debate, introduced a resolution to withdraw troops months ago:

      https://gabbard.house.gov/news/press-releases/rep-tulsi-gabbard-introduces-resolution-withdraw-us-troops-guarding-oil-fields… #DemocraticDebate

    71. jason says:

      Bunu loves terrorists.

    72. Phil says:

      So Michael Avenatti, savior of the Republic won’t be on CNN again tonight? Oh, for the days he was a nightly guest. Good times.

    73. PresidentPaul! says:

      Watching this dem debate. First I’ve watched. No one has called out Biden.

      I don’t even know what they’re talking about. It’s like watching a bunch of angry chickens peck at each other.

    74. PresidentPaul! says:

      Warren lies about her race, and she also lies about Sanders being a misogynist.

      She’s a pathological liar.

    75. jason says:

      You would get along really well with her then.

    76. Wobbles says:

      Avenatti was arrested?

      This is an outrage, this man is my hero, for months here I said he was the moral compass for America, the Trump Slayer.

      “accused of extortion, theft of millions of dollars from clients, cheating on taxes and lying to investigators”

      Zzzzzz… nobody is perfect.

    77. jason says:

      So the MSM has found what they think is the silver bullet to take out Bernie.

      The fact he is an old Bolshevik clone still pining for the Soviet Union, whose aides are talking about Gulags and re-education camps, is not a problem.

      The problem is he is a misogynist.

    78. jason says:

      I don’t mean to offend Proud Obamacommunist, who is a younger Bolshevik clone still pining for the Soviet Union, and who dreams of Gulags and re-education camps.

    79. Tgca says:

      So either Pocahontas or Grumpy is lying about the “Vagina can’t win the presidency” feigned outrage that has so conveniently burst on the scene after a year and when the squaw is down in the polls and struggling.

      My astute assessment is this hurts The Native American candidate in the long run because Grumpy’s supporters are not going to embrace any candidate they believe the MSM and DNC are selectively trying to prop up, especially in what appears to be an act of desperation. They went through this with the Beast back in 2016. I think it will be too much for them to bare to have Grumpy shut out again by liberal elites.

      Butt either way, I delight in watching them rip each other apart in the process.

    80. jason says:

      CNN: “Sen. Sanders, I do want to be clear here, you’re saying that you never told senator Warren that a woman could not win the election?”
      SANDERS: “That is correct.”
      CNN: “Sen. Warren, what did you think when senator Sanders told you a woman could not win the election?”

    81. jason says:

      I don’t think Bunu can win the Presidency.

      CNN: Horrors! jason, candidate for the Dem nomination, is discriminating against America-hating terrrorist loving Paulbots!

      I don’t think Tgca can win the Presidency.

      CNN: Horrors! jason, candidate for the Dem nomination, is discriminating against gay sugar junkies!

    82. Tina says:

      Looks like China Biden has a tough night.

      The Reckoning ? Retweeted

      Richard Baris
      4. Bernie Sanders was, once again, the only authentic candidate on the stage, especially when he was asked about that planted story.

      He handled Joe Biden on the Iraq War though could’ve bloodied him up badly on his other, many foreign policy failures.

      Biden also appeared lost.

    83. Bitterlaw says:

      I watched the last 1 1/2 hours. I thought Biden did well. I think the narrative that he seemed lost and out of touch last night is Republicans seeing what they want to see. I have never liked Biden but he is a threat to Trump. Warren was ol. Sanders was Sanders. The Mayor did pretty well. Sen. K seemed like the least radical but that is a low bar. Styer just wants to be a climate warrior.

    84. Tina says:

      M.Joseph Sheppard
      ?”presidential Historian”

      10h10 hours ago
      This has not aged well;

      (presidential historian) Jon Meacham @jmeacham says he [Avenatti] may be the savior of the republic, it’s really interesting.”

    85. Tina says:

      Hopefully the senate rinos can counteract these

      · 8m
      NEWS: @SpeakerPelosi officially names the House impeachment managers
      Rep. Adam Schiff
      Rep. Jerry Nadler
      Rep. Zoe Lofgren
      Rep. Val Demings
      Rep. Jason Crow
      Rep. Hakeem Jeffries
      Rep. Sylvia Garcia

    86. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      #89- Tina
      I wonder if Mr. Jeffries will once again watch a golf tournament during the proceedings!
      The last four participants are minorities and two of those four are first-termers. I guess it’s probably diversity before competence!
      It seems like a relatively weak group based on their questioning during the House hearings.

    87. Tgca says:

      The bottom line from the Dem debate last night is all folks are talking about is the rigged CNN question to Sanders and all of the negativity on the Internet of Warren with #NeverWarren and #CNNisTrash trending. I think this was a very foolish and unnecessary move by the Warren campaign, and it may have momentarily felt good last night getting CNN in her corner but the reactions all morning have not been in her interest. Bernie folks are livid as they are seeing this as the same dirty tricks Clinton played in 2016. Bernie has numerous female supporters as well who are trashing Warren for this so not sure how she thinks this helps her in the long run.

      Then her tense confrontation with him and refusing to shake his hand compounded it more.

    88. Tina says:

      They are trying to cheat cccp sanders from the nomination.

      CNN is fronting, like the jebots fronted for Hillary in 2016.

    89. SweatyToothedMadman says:

      Who the hell are the GOP managers? Jordan and Stefianak better be among them!

    90. jason says:

      The new “bombshell” Dem document is a a couple lines (undated, but even if dated means nothing) on hotel message pad, could have been written yesterday.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    91. Wobbles says:

      This has not aged well;

      (presidential historian) Jon Meacham @jmeacham says he [Avenatti] may be the savior of the republic, it’s really interesting.”

      He is anti-Trump, I can’t believe they are harassing him.

    92. Phil says:

      Any chance Democrats can bail Michael Avenatti out of jail in time for him to lead the prosecution team during the senate impeachment trial. Would be such a shame to have such a colossal talent sidelined at a time when the republic needs saving.

    93. PresidentPaul! says:

      Every day i consider selling all equities and then I remember the fed is still monetizing debt into this thing.

    94. PresidentPaul! says:

      If anyone wants to make free money buy a bit of palladium etf.

    95. Tina says:

      They are incompetent

      Paul Sperry
      Why are Senate Republicans even entertaining the idea of a protracted trial? Why are they open to the suggestion of negotiating witnesses with Schumer & Pelosi when they now hold all the power to kill their unconstitutional impeachment in the cradle?Why are the playing with fire?

    96. jason says:

      Next Dem debate:

      “MODERATOR: Senator Sanders, why did you tell Senator Warren you would kill her and her dog for leaking your conversation?

      BERNIE: That’s insane. I never said that.

      MODERATOR: Sen Warren, how did you feel after Bernie threatened your entire tribe with murder?”

    97. PresidentPaul! says:

      Tusli was the best candidate by far and cnn/msnbc labeled her the russian candidate lol.

    98. PresidentPaul! says:

      Bernie overcomes accusations of bigotry by offering to shake hands with a Red Indian. http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2020/01/watch-warren-snub-sanderss-handshake-post-democratic-debate.html

    99. Tgca says:


      Jadon in denial.

      Rudy caught red-handed. Hotel video also shows Rudy drinking beverages through a plastic straw.

      Why do HHR sycophants look the other way when these folks commit treasonous crimes…and yes, plastic straw use is treasonous because it destroys the environment and leads to climate change which leads to regional conflict and wars, death, and famine over land and water rights which drags the US into conflicts that costs Americans billions and puts American military folks at risk which leads to terrorist targeting US for intervening in regional conflicts.

      It’s the butterfly effect! Plastic straw use in the US results in war, famine, and acts of terrorism all because of the purposeful betrayal of environmental laws by a selfish elitist few.

      GOT IT!!!

    100. Bitterlaw says:

      It is very interesting that the Democrats and Hollywood claim to be diverse and progressive. This is a pretty hollow claim looking at the Oscar nominations and debate stage last night.

    101. jason says:

      Funny that Tgca, responsible for sucking dry and killing thousands of maple trees throughout North America and for steadfastly supporting slave labor in the sugar fields of Cuba, is offended by someone else using a straw.


    102. Tina says:

      Rudy’s letter seems legit,

      Notice he was in Ukraine in 2016/2017/early 2018.

      Way before China Biden was a candidate for office.


    103. Tina says:

      Whoops, he was in Ukraine in 2017 investigating the 2016 campaign/muh Russian Hoax.

    104. Tina says:

      Piglosi and the jebots are back to Muh Russia.

    105. Tgca says:

      Apple CEO Tim Cook not yet helping FBI to get into the phones of the terrorists that resulted in American soldiers being deceased and maimed in FL air base attack. I guess Apple is thinking of the greater good to society even at the expense of a few, and therefore some collateral damage is acceptable to protect the principles of individual freedom and rights…and yes, murderous terrorists have rights too!

      On another note, Apple offered to assist in accessing phone data of college students who had the audacity to film an exchange where a privileged white Christian male refused to use non-binary pronouns when participating in a campus debate. CEO Tim Cook believes freedom comes with responsibility and accountability, and if Apple can help in any way to foster equality, then that outweighs the right to individual freedom of speech.

      GOT IT! You’ve been re-educated!

    106. Tgca says:

      Uno! Uno! Uno!

    107. jason says:

      Eating fruit, vegetables won’t slow prostate cancer, study finds”

      Thank God, I saved myself countless torture.

    108. PresidentPaul! says:

      Good for apple.

      We need to defund the fbi.

    109. jason says:

      I wish I could wean myself off Apple computers, but I am hooked for life. However, I don’t own an iPhone or an iWatch or nothing else iWhatever.

    110. NYCmike says:


      My wife and I have purchased 2 Apple laptops since 2010, and both have worked better, for a longer time, than any PC/laptop we had before.

      It would be tough to use something else.

    111. NYCmike says:

      Unfortunately, I neglected to buy Apple stock in 2010…….

    112. ssq says:

      On Bunu’s advice I went to Walmart and bought all the palladium off the shelves. At least that is what I thought it was. In fact, I have been stocking up on a lot of precious metals. I bought 50 cases of Reynolds Wrap (no dummy, not the plastic, the aluminum), and Lowes had a great lead pipe sale.

    113. jason says:

      Unfortunately, I neglected to buy Apple stock in 2010…….”

      I thought about it… Don’t remind me.

    114. PresidentPaul! says:

      Max Blumenthal Retweeted

      Ryan Grim
      Nov 17, 2019
      The Buttigieg campaign using a stock photo of a Kenyan woman for its Douglass Plan for Black America is now news in Kenya.

      The woman in the photo reached out to me very confused. One story here:

    115. NYCmike says:


      -What jason and I would be doing if we had only bought Apple stock……

    116. jason says:

      I didn’t click on the link but if you showed a farm with a thousand llamas frolicking in the fields you are right.

    117. Michelle Obama vs the DNC buffet table says:

      Sorry – but what the hell is a jebot?

    118. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      National @MorningConsult GE Poll:

      Biden 46% (+5)
      Trump 41%

      Sanders 46% (+4)
      Trump 42%

      Warren 44% (+2)
      Trump 41%

      Bloomberg 43% (+1)
      Trump 42%

      Buttigieg 42%
      Trump 42


      Wisconsin General Election @MULawPoll:

      Biden 49% (+4)
      Trump 45%

      Sanders 47% (+1)
      Trump 46%

      Trump 46% (+2)
      Buttigieg 44%

      Trump 48% (+3)
      Warren 45%

    119. Tina says:

      What the hell is a Jebot

      A Drat in drag.

    120. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Could see the Democratic race shaking out into a battle between Biden and Sanders. Somewhat similar to the 2016 race between Clinton and Sanders. A battle between dinosaurs

    121. Tina says:

      Piglosi is a mess.

      Jonathan Turley

      5h5 hours ago
      Nadler insisted that they could not wait because there was extortion.But they waited 4 weeks that could have been used to complete their record. Also extortion was rejected as an article. Also, saying the record is overwhelming works against new witnesses.

    122. Tina says:

      oh turley cited the ny fat pad, not Piglosi.

      He is one of the managers as is Soviet Schiffty, who must be called to the stand.

    123. jason says:

      Obama National Security Adviser supports Trump on Soleimani.

      Finally, someone putting the national interest above party among the Dems.

      “Former Obama national security adviser General James Jones (2009-2010) isn’t going to make Democrats happy with what he has to say about the dangers Iran presents and what he thinks about President Donald Trump taking out IRGC Qasem Soleimani.

      Many Democrats have been pushing the talking point that there was no real reason to take out Soleimani, this despite all his past killing of Americans and the attack on our embassy in Baghdad. The Democrats even tried to handcuff the president’s actions with a War Powers resolution, although it’s symbolic only. It’s an astonishing position to take, especially after the fired ballistic missiles at U.S. forces in Iraq at two bases.

      But Jones was having none of that. “I think it was absolutely the right thing to do,” Jones declared. “I give them credit for doing that.” He said a continued tough approach was the right way to go. As articulated by the president, it’s a potential game changer,” Jones said.

    124. Tina says:

      The Maine Chicklet is pissed again.

      Manu Raju
      · 38m
      Susan Collins throws cold water on new Lev Parnas evidence. “I wonder why the House did not put that into the record and it’s only now being revealed.” Told it was just turned over, she says: “well doesn’t that suggest that the House did an incomplete job then?” @Phil_Mattingly

    125. jason says:

      Ok, I give up. I will let someone else translate.

      SpeakerPelosi begins on an existential note: “I referenced markers that our founders and our poets and others have used over time to place us in time to emphasize the importance of time, because everything is about time. How we use it, how we mark it.”

    126. Tina says:

      The Reckoning ?
      Results of a focus group in Luzerne County PA, with participants that voted for Obama in 2012 and then Trump in 2016, that focused on Iran:

      “We had 9 out of 11 who said if they could choose between Obama and Trump, they would take Trump.”

    127. jason says:

      I guess Bitter missed this part of the debate. I was going to take his word for it that Biden did well but the clips here are scary.


    128. jason says:

      Senator Tim Scott:

      “If Speaker Pelosi and House Democrats truly believed that the president was a national security risk, why did they wait 28 days to send the Articles of Impeachment to the Senate? Let’s be frank and call it what it is—a political stunt that has backfired”

    129. Tina says:

      I think Tim Scott is Russian.


    130. jason says:

      Van Jones is a rabid commie, but I guess he is not afraid of going off the reservation.

      VAN JONES: “There was nothing I saw tonight that would be able to take Donald Trump out.”

    131. jason says:

      There could be another reason why Bolton wants to keep his name in the news. He is releasing his new book in a few months and this is much better than a book tour.

      Of course, if he wants to sell the book, he would be foolish to spill the beans now. Screwing Trump might get him a lot of interviews, but if he wants money then the book is a better option.

    132. NYCmike says:

      I don’t see where Bolton would ever give Democrats any ammunition against Trump/Republicans.

      Him and Trump may not agree on everything, but he agrees with the Democrats on nothing.

    133. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      129. In the end, believe all the Republican Senators will vote against impeachment. McConnell is agreeing to Collins suggestion of additional procedural steps so she and other senators in swing states can say the Senate trail was fair.

    134. Tina says:

      Nancy not looking well signing the articles. She had a million gold pens and silver trays,

    135. NYCmike says:


      -The comments…….I don’t know where to begin…..the disconnect between realities is mindboggling…….

    136. Tgca says:

      This is why I think many Dems are the enemy of the people and the US. Local board Dems refuse to consider Pledge of Allegiance recitation in an area of heavy military families and against the wishes of the community attending the meeting. Then after folks take the opportunity, along with two board members to recite the pledge, at the end of the meeting the Dem board leaders threaten to call law enforcement in the future for reciting the pledge because it was an interruption of the meeting.

      But I’m sure these Dems would be willing to take a moment of silence for General Salami.


    137. jason says:

      I will waste no time responding to this outrage:

      “An organization linked to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez made a big announcement Tuesday: It’s shelling out over half a cool mil on digital ads bashing former VP Biden and Indiana’s Mayor Pete.”

    138. Tgca says:

      Wow! Drudge has link to article on a masseur charged with sexual assault for inappropriately touching 50 men. He was reported to police by at least 3 guys for touching their genitals and he admitted to doing it to at least 50 men. I guess they arrested him. Yikes!

      By the way, where’s Wes? Haven’t seen him around lately. He on vacation?

    139. jason says:

      I think AOC has been watching Mikey Maneuvers….

    140. jason says:

      If 50 complained…..

    141. Tina says:

      Will members of the hamas caucus sell their gold impeachment pens and silver trays on eBay?

      I mean it was such a somber moment that even cn and n panel asked wtf is piglosi doing?

    142. Bitterlaw says:

      I trust that Wes would not touch any client in an inappropriate way. I also think it is a little too close to gay to being rubbed by another man. Both can be true.

    143. PresidentPaul! says:

      A compelling case to buy a small amount of uraniam as well as gold & other commodities.

      Rick Rule: Unbelievable 2020 Predictions YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS!

    144. PresidentPaul! says:

      “We Are Being Overrun”: German Government Escalates Its War On Gold


      “Many Pro Aurum employees in Munich cannot believe their eyes…the line of waiting customers extends to the on the sidewalk in front of the building. In the freezing cold, people persevere to buy physical precious metals. You take everything that is still available with you – but the product range is shrinking day by day, because the demand is simply overwhelming.”

    145. dblaikie says:

      I see that Senator Blackburn of Tennessee is calling on the Warren, Sanders, and Klobachar to recuse themselves with the Senate trial. It seems like a logical thing to call since they are trying to defeat and replace Trump in the election. They have a real and vested interest in seeing him found guilty. Frankly this is a result of the Dems trying to pursue Impeachment during an election year.

    146. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Nasty conversation between Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders after the last debate. Warren accused Bernie of calling her a liar on national television. Her Cherokee blood must have been boiling in anger.


    147. PresidentPaul! says:

      Bernie should have asked her if she was accusing him of being a liar on national television.

    148. jason says:

      Hey Bunu, GFY, the best Dem candidate is me.

    149. jason says:

      The man Amoral Scumbag chose as the moral compass of America…

      “It seems Avenatti has not learned any lessons since being indicted on fraud, extortion, embezzlement, tax evasion, and other financial charges. Five weeks after his arrest, he received $1 million in legal fees from a client’s settlement. Authorities say he “shift[ed] it through multiple bank accounts and use[d] cashier’s checks to spend it.” Here’s how they say it was spent:

      Avenatti used the money to cover rent on his luxury apartment in Century City, pay his legal bills and buy a $50,000 Mercedes-Benz, according to the court documents.

      Avenatti initially tried to buy the car in his own name but then worked with his first ex-wife, Christine Avenatti Carlin, to put it in her name instead, prosecutors allege. He drew from the $1 million to pay his personal driver, James Cameron, they said.

      Is your blood boiling yet? If it wasn’t enough that he used money that wasn’t his to pay cash for a Mercedes-Benz, read on.

      Avenatti also used the money to pay membership fees to Exclusive Resorts, an elite vacation club with luxury properties in Florida, New York and California, where Avenatti stayed at least four times while awaiting trial, prosecutors allege. He allowed a girlfriend to stay at an Exclusive Resorts property in Tuscany, Italy, they said.

      At the time he spent all of this money, he knew he owed more than that amount to creditors and was derelict in his child support and alimony obligations to his second ex-wife, Lisa Avenatti Storie. “

    150. jason says:

      I think if Warren had pulled out a tomahawk and whacked Bernie on the spot, calling it an honor killing according to the ancient practices of her tribe, she would win the election.

    151. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      157. The irony is that it was not that long ago when the Democrats thought Avenatti was their savior, and many wanted him to run for president.
      Am sure people remember this video:


    152. dblaikie says:

      The only way that the Dems will get witnesses they want in this trial is to endure the testimony of witnesses that they can’t allow — Hunter and Eric C. Therefore the conclusion is easy, no witnesses!

      I find it fascinating in this sordid phony episode how people may change but the characters remain the same. Lev is the new Michael Cohen. Schiff is an ugly version of Avenatti.

    153. Wobbles says:

      I LOVED Avenatti.

      I wish the Feds would stop harassing him so he could win a brokered convention.

    154. jason says:

      Yep, when you actually have damming evidence to present against the President, and you want it to be believed, doesn’t everybody present it on Rachel Madcow’s show?

    155. Tina says:

      My new hero is Lev Parnas.

      He is even more credible than Avenatti or Cohen.


    156. jason says:

      Kamala Harris asked for a moratorium on judicial appointments during the impeachment trial.

      Ted Cruz has already responded. Probably resisting the impulse to give a long, grandstanding response, instead he adequately responded with only one word.


    157. jason says:

      Parmas claims he was on a James Bond type of secret mission.

      But then he says “everyone was in on it”.. Bolton, Pompeo, Pence, etc.

      Heck of a secret mission.

    158. jason says:

      Even Drudge is not giving Parmas much of a headline.

      But he has a picture of him hugging the MSNBC talking heads.

      Wonderful for credibility.

    159. Tina says:

      Parnas also claimed that Nunes was in the Ukraine.

      Parnas claims that Barr was in on it.

      The Ukrainian government calls him a well known liar.

      The Doj calls him the same thing.

    160. Phil says:

      Have the skanks on The View mentioned their hero, Michael Avenatti lately? Just wondering.

    161. Phil says:

      That’s funny, Tina!

    162. Wes says:

      Liz Cheney will not run for Senate:


      Clearly Wyomingers (?) want their Senators to accomplish something besides having a famous last name to earn the privilege of representing them in the Senate.

    163. Tina says:

      Way to go McNally.
      So some fight against corrupt cn and n.

    164. NYCmike says:

      “Clearly Wyomingers (?) want their Senators to accomplish something besides having a famous last name to earn the privilege of representing them in the Senate.”

      -Is one of the Republican Senators retiring? Cheney already tried the primary route, why would she do that again? She can probably do more as part of the leadership in the House.

    165. NYCmike says:

      #173 – Que?

    166. jason says:

      McSally called a liberal hack from CNN a liberal hack.

    167. jason says:

      -Is one of the Republican Senators retiring?”

      Mikey Maneuver Alert!

    168. jason says:

      Is the GAO that says delaying aid to Ukraine is illegal the same GAO that said Obamacare was going to reduce costs?

    169. jason says:

      GAO opinion?


      “Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, noted that the report blames the GAO, not Trump, for withholding the funds.

      “I don’t think that changes anything” in the impeachment trial, he said.

      The White House has clashed with GAO before as part of its battles with Congress, particularly the Democratic House.

      In a Nov. 5 memo, OMB general counsel Mark Paoletta told federal agencies that they are not obligated to comply with GAO legal decisions. He said the agency is part of the legislative branch and therefore has no authority over the executive branch.

      “OMB respects GAO’s opinions as those of an agency of a coequal branch of government,” the memo said. “However, under the constitutional doctrine of separation of powers, a legal opinion by a Legislative Branch agency cannot bind the Executive Branch.”

      Violations of the Impoundment Act carry no criminal penalties, so the watchdog agency’s only recourse in enforcing its legal opinion would be to file a civil lawsuit. But the prospects of such a lawsuit would be uncertain, partly because the Trump administration eventually released the funding to Ukraine. Only one such lawsuit has been filed – in the 1970s – and it was dismissed when the withheld funding was released.”

    170. NYCmike says:

      “I think AOC has been watching Mikey Maneuvers….”

      -Then the question “Who has done more good for the Republican Party, NYCmike or anyone else at HHR?” has an obvious answer.

      My game of subterfuge with my fellow NYC resident has produced beautiful, and tasty, fruit!

    171. NYCmike says:


      -In the past decade, I have said the Republicans in the NY State Senate were wrong to collude with several Democrats to maintain their leadership positions. One of the reasons I said that it was a mistake was because it allowed the thug Andy Cuomo to act like he was a “moderate”.

      Now that the Republicans lost their power, mainly due to voters not seeing any difference between the 2 parties, Cuomo signed into law this terrible bill. Hopefully, for the next election cycle, Republicans will be able to campaign on the stark differences between the 2 main political parties, and they can attempt to fix this mess.

    172. mnw says:

      The only thing dumber than buying gold at all (through a gold fund on the stock exchange, such as GILD) is taking PHYSICAL delivery of it! Pay a commission when you buy it; again when you sell it; & pay for a place to PUT it (safe deposit box) while you own it.

      The people lining up outside the “gold store” in Germany are very unsophisticated investors, to say the least.

      RAS is 51/46 & +1 today. Best I’ve seen it in months. That’s 6 points better than Zero on the same date in 2012, btw.

    173. NYCmike says:

      Safe deposit box?

      Just dig a hole in the backyard, and then plant some tulips.

    174. NYCmike says:

      “That’s 6 points better than Zero on the same date in 2012, btw.”

      -But, Obama was personally well-liked by suburban moms……

    175. NYCmike says:


      -Either Mika gives a great “interview”, or she is slipping Joe the same types of drugs that Robin Givens gave Mike Tyson

    176. dblaikie says:

      I just watched the Impeachment stuff at the Senate on Fox and I have a couple of observations. First it was funny how the people are trying to infuse drama into this sham. The newest effort to this is in reaction to Lev Parnas. Why they would take this fellow seriously is beyond me. But heck I thought the same thing about Cohen and Micheal. Another nothing burger. But you can’t be too hard on fox for trying, they want ratings.

      My second observation is about witnesses. All the talking heads talk about is Republicans who might vote for witnesses. They never mention that are a couple of Democrats who might very well vote against witnesses.

      Finally Chris Wallace is crack-up as he begs America to take this phony drivel seriously.

    177. Phil says:

      dblaikie, my thoughts exactly….and it was indeed amusing watching Chris Wallace down on his knees begging the viewers to take this joke seriously.

      Live coverage of senators signing their names in a book. You can’t make this up.

    178. Tina says:

      Robert Barnes slams fatzo:

      59 replies 139 retweets 780 likes
      Reply 59 Retweet 139 Like 780

      Robert Barnes

      4h4 hours ago
      Robert Barnes Retweeted George Conway
      The “literally” tell. Anyone who uses it is about to say something that is not literally true. GAO disagreed with OMB about the Impoundment Act, and said nothing about impeachment or oath of office. Every President since Nixon disagreed w/ GAO on this issue. See @JonathanTurley
      Robert Barnes added,

    179. ssq says:

      My game of subterfuge with my fellow NYC ”

      NYC is, hmm, subterfuging AOC? There is no decency anymore in America.

      I was subterfuged once by the pool guy… maybe twice…

    180. jason says:

      In the past decade, I have said the Republicans in the NY STate Senate were wrong to collude with several Democrats”

      “Now that the Republicans lost their power,”

      Ah yes, Mikey Maneuvers in action! You might argue with the message, but you can’t argue with the results!

    181. jason says:

      -Odd that jason hasn’t posted this story”


      Instead of 1000 illegals an hour, we temporarily are down to 220 an hour.


      Has Cotton Perdue come to a vote yet?

    182. NYCmike says:

      jason thinks it better to allow Cuomo to act like a “moderate”, thereby giving him cover when he runs for President in 2024…..long-term thinking is very good for the A-Hole.

    183. NYCmike says:


    184. PresidentPaul! says:

      Schiff probably plans to dumb “evidence” throughout the trial to keep it going as long as possible

    185. Wes says:

      Mikey is too stupid to know Sen. Mike Enzi (R-WY) has announced his retirement. Liz Cheney tried to primary him in 2014 and declared him too liberal for the state. Polls showed him trouncing her, and she subsequently bowed out of the primary, citing “family concerns”—i e, not wanting Enzi to annihilate her. Two years later, Rep. Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) announced her retirement. Cheney faced a primary filled with unknowns and won with an underwhelming 38% of the vote en route to winning her House seat in this overwhelmingly GOP state.

      Faced with a primary against Lummis this year, Cheney wisely decided to seek re-election rather than higher office.

      Other than Sen. Alan Cranston (1978-1997), WY has generally eschewed Heir Force candidates in favor of Senators who earned their way into office without being known as part of established families, so Lummis probably would have had a distinct advantage by not being a popinjay coasting on her father’s laurels.

    186. Wes says:

      Ugh. My mistake. Alan SIMPSON was Senator from Wyoming. Alan Cranston was a Dem Senator from California from 1969 to 1993.

    187. Wes says:

      Interestingly in the 1976 elections, WY, UT, and HI all went to single-party Senate delegations, the first two to Republicans and the last to Democrats. Since then, no member of the minority party of any of those states has won a Senate race. After KS, they are the three states with the longest currently active streak of Senators from one party.

    188. PresidentPaul! says:

      Democrats are investigating the wrong crimes.

      Max Blumenthal
      Trump’s illegal war against Iran is an impeachable offense.

      But don’t expect Democratic leadership to add this to the bill of impeachment, which focuses on his delay of a shipment of arms to fuel a proxy war in Ukraine.”

    189. Tgca says:


      Glad to see Wes is back from vacation *wink wink* See 144

    190. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      201. All the senators you dislike are standing firm.

      Joined today with Senators @MarthaMcSally, @SenatorLankford @marcorubio, @joniernst, @tedcruz and @MittRomney to introduce a Senate resolution making clear the United States Senate stands with the Iranian people who are demanding their freedom at the risk of life and limb.

    191. jason says:

      Trump’s illegal war against Iran is an impeachable offense.”

      I learn so much here.

      Did anyone else besides Bunu know we are at war with Iran?

    192. jason says:

      jason thinks it better to allow Cuomo to act like a “moderate”,

      How does this work.. let’s see.

      NYC attacks R in the NY senate because they are not “conservative” enough, call for them to be primaried by deadenders.

      NYC senate goes to the Democrats.

      NYC just outraged, I tell you, that Cuomo, a flaming liberal, now gets to what he wants.

      The Mikey Maneuver was successful, the message was sent but NYC is still unhappy.

      You just can’t please some people.

    193. Tina says:

      Yup, there is ww 3 between Iran and the us in bubu land.

    194. PresidentPaul! says:

      Assassination of Sulaimani is essentially an act of war.

    195. jason says:

      Wes, if the Mikey Maneuver can work in places like WY that will REALLY SEND A MESSAGE.

    196. jason says:

      Assassination of Sulaimani is essentially an act of war.”

      You got it wrong.

      His killing of hundreds of American soldiers and promoting terrorism throughout the ME was an act of war.

      Killing him was an act of justice.

    197. PresidentPaul! says:

      American Prospect covers potential Trump crimes.

      Not only did Trump play fast and loose with the facts. His report to Congress does not even try to comply with the statutory demand that he provide the requisite “constitutional and legislative authority” for his action. The War Powers Act doesn’t leave it up to the president to decide whether Soleimani was an “imminent danger.” Instead, he must either show that a previous congressional authorization allows him to order the assassination or persuade Congress to pass a new resolution authorizing his dramatic use of force.
      And make no mistake: Under international law, the United States is now indeed at war with Iran. Killing a high official of a foreign government is an act of war under international law and the United Nations Charter.
      This act of defiance already marks Trump’s assassination of Soleimani as a lawless abuse of power.
      Trump’s silence on the crucial question of his legal authority to assassinate Soleimani speaks louder than words. Over the past two decades, top lawyers in every administration have stretched the relevant statutory and constitutional language to rationalize their commander in chief’s war-making powers in a broad range of problematic situations—leading, as in the case of former Bush administration official John Yoo’s notorious torture memos, to widespread condemnation for unprofessional conduct. Given this history of backlash, it apparently seemed safer for Trump’s legal team to say absolutely nothing to back up the president’s tweets threatening Iran with an escalating series of 52 attacks as if he were an omnipotent despot.

    198. jason says:

      Bunu, why don’t you go back to Infowars, Stormfront or the American Nazi Party site that you usually hang out in. They will love your links.

    199. jason says:

      Bunu now quoting “international law” and the “united nations charter”.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    200. PresidentPaul! says:

      Tesla’s War On Car Dealerships – Here’s Why
      This is interesting. Tesla in banned in about half the states from selling Teslas to avoid affecting existing dealerships.
      Musk refused to give not selling any franchises of his company.

    201. Phil says:

      Every other post for the last month has been some drivel from bunu.

      Enough already.

    202. Wes says:

      Unless Dave starts a registration system we have to endure Bunu’s lunacy, Phil.

    203. Phil says:

      Well, that’s what I’m doing alright – enduring it.

    204. NYCmike says:

      Enzi is retiring? Good to know.

      Thanks, Wes. You have a very giving heart to provide that information.

      You must really be a great body massagerer(not masseuse).


    205. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      A registration system would make sense.

    206. Wes says:

      Of course Enzi is a four-letter word. Mikey would never have known known how to spell it had I not written it out for him.

    207. NYCmike says:

      “A registration system would make sense.”

      -Or, the adults on the forum could ignore bunu.

    208. NYCmike says:

      Thank the Good Lord “Wes” only has 3 letters!!

    209. Wes says:

      I know, Mikey. It’s one of the longest words you can write without a visual aid.

    210. NYCmike says:

      I thought his name was Enzo, the baker’s son….


    211. NYCmike says:

      #224 – Heh!

      I was just speaking to my wife today about a teacher in kindergarten or 1st grade having us write out “police” and then drawing a box around the letters, and it was shaped like a gun!

    212. Tina says:

      Indeed, this chart needs to be plastered everywhere


    213. jason says:

      I was just speaking to my wife today”

      What a quaint idea. I didn’t know anybody communicated that way anymore.

    214. jason says:

      Words are somewhat superfluous in my household. I can usually get by with a few grunts and a little sign language.

    215. jason says:

      GAO says Obama broke the law: WaPo says

      GAO says Trump broke the law: WaPo says POTUS is “severely undermined.”

    216. Phil says:

      The media has their new Michael Avenatti and he is Lev Parnas.

      Look for him to be on CNN, MSNBC (kicked off his publicity tour there last night), Colbert, The View, MTP, you name it. Day after day. The show continues.

      It is now Lev Parnas’s turn to “save the republic”.

      Should be quite a ride.

    217. Tina says:

      Cccp sanders takes the lead

      cal Polls
      #NEW National
      Post Debate Poll:

      Sanders 20%
      Biden 19%
      Warren 12%
      Bloomberg 9%
      Buttigieg 6%

    218. Tina says:

      Biden drops in nh

      g ? Retweeted

      Political Polls
      #NEW New Hampshire Post-debate

      Sanders 23
      Buttigieg 18
      Biden 14
      Warren 14
      Klobuchar 10
      Yang 6
      Gabbard 5

    219. lisab says:


    220. lisab says:

      Nancy Pelosi took 7 solemn hours to sign the articles of impeachment with 582 custom pens on silver trays – As the articles were handed over, the Impeachment Dancers entered the room with a well-choreographed dance number accented by a tasteful amount of pyrotechnics

    221. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      234. Cotton: “I don’t know Tucker,” Cotton responded, later joking. “We (may) have to listen to …Adam Schiff…Jerry Nadler drone on for so long that we sue for mercy and say we’ll do anything to make it end.”

      So the Democrats are using psychological warfare. Putin must be involved.

    222. PresidentPaul! says:

      Lisab what percent of physical gold bullion vs etf bullion do you think is appropriate?

    223. Bitterlaw says:

      I would rather see posts by Robbie than posts by Bunu. Robbie is annoying. Bunu is an America-hating anti-Semitic bastard.

    224. Phil says:

      Yeah, give me Robbie over bunu any old day.

    225. VictrC says:

      Bitter…couldn’t agree more. Waking up To all those Bunu comments makes me lose an appetite for breakfast. I mistakenly clicked on one of his links while in the UAE and it was BANNED!!

      Btw, the lev stuff is absurd. Everyone knows that he’s a liar and its made up. If the Dems had this evidence during their “hearing” you can be assured they would have used it.

      What a sad state of affairs that the left and Never Trumpers hate the him so much they put that hate above country.

    226. PresidentPaul! says:

      Tesla semi trucks might come out this year with Ferrari like acceleration 0-60 in 5 seconds and possibly no human driver

    227. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Once the government subsidy gravy train ends, Tesla sales plummet:

      “Tesla’s overall vehicle registrations nearly halved in the U.S. state of California during the fourth quarter, according to a Dominion Cross-Sell report, which collates data from state motor vehicle records.
      The massive drop comes as tax credit for Tesla buyers ended in 2019. It had fallen to $3,750 at the start of the year and had halved to $1,875 in July.
      An existing $7,500 U.S. tax credit for electric vehicles, which allows taxpayers to deduct a part of the cost of buying an electric car, phases out over 15 months once an automaker hits 200,000 cumulative EV sales, which Tesla hit in July 2018.”

    228. PresidentPaul! says:

      No unions, no franchising, and the Chinese government will be funding his car company.

      Elon Musk Says Tesla Will Roll Out 1 Million Robo-Taxis by Next Year. Here’s How He Plans on Doing It

      On Monday, CEO Elon Musk revealed the company’s plans to compete with companies such as Uber and Lyft by using its strategy for an autonomous ride-hailing fleet.
      Robo-taxis are essentially any Tesla vehicle with autonomous-driving functionality. To turn a Tesla into a robo-taxi, a car’s owner simply adds it to the Tesla Network platform via the company’s app.
      Musk said that by “next year for sure, we will have over 1 million robo-taxis on the road.”
      Riders will be able to summon a robo-taxi via the same Tesla app– similar to how they call for an Uber or Lyft today. The key difference, of course, is that there won’t be a driver in the car.

    229. PresidentPaul! says:

      Meaning anytime you’re not using your tesli, you can download the ap, and apparently turn it into a Lyft driver while you’re asleep.

    230. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      244, The Chinese government & Elon Musk will build one million new Robo-taxis Teslas by next year.

      Wow! That certainly is impressive! Also heard that a delegation from Mars will be present at the Tesla factory’s dedication.

      You need to distinguish between Elon Musk grand fantasies and reality’s.

    231. lisab says:

      Lisab what percent of physical gold bullion vs etf bullion do you think is appropriate?

      i would not own physical gold bullion unless you can at least afford to buy a full kilobar, even if you are actually buying krugerrands.

      less than that and you are talking small change, and it just is not worth the hassle.

      of course, a coin collector might disagree

    232. ArinaFirway says:

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    233. jason says:

      Bunu vs. Amoral Scumbag?

      Frankly, Bunu at least is a lot more honest.

      He never denies being an America hating Holocaust denying terrorist loving bastard.

      Amoral Scumbag has posted what, 20000 dishonest posts in a row.

      Both are despicable excuses for human beings.

    234. jason says:

      When it comes to gold, you can listen to Bunu, still in his parent’s basement surrounded by Ron Paul memorabilia, or Warren Buffet, a billionaire.

      “(Gold) gets dug out of the ground in Africa, or someplace. Then we melt it down, dig another hole, bury it again and pay people to stand around guarding it. It has no utility. Anyone watching from Mars would be scratching their head.”

      “You could take all the gold that’s ever been mined, and it would fill a cube 67 feet in each direction. For what it’s worth at current gold prices, you could buy — not some — all of the farmland in the United States. Plus, you could buy 10 Exxon Mobils (XOM), plus have $1 trillion of walking-around money. Or you could have a big cube of metal. Which would you d? Which is going to produce more value?”

    235. jason says:

      Yeah, I am skeptical that Trump will get 20% of the black vote as some here have claimed.

      But I think he might get 15-17% of the male black vote, maybe 7-8% of the female black vote. If he gets 12% of the black vote it could make a difference in tight races.

      Especially since even the ultra liberal rag Atlantic is worried about the Hispanic vote.


    236. jason says:

      I think Trump will do better in the black vote than he did in 2016.

      In 2016, Bill Clinton was telling blacks Trump would put them back in chains.

    237. jason says:

      Of course, Biden said that about Romney in 2012.

      “Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday told a diverse crowd here, including many African-Americans, that presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney would “put you all back in chains”

    238. jason says:

      I remember at the time Amoral Scumbag was just outraged about this, and stated that “this kind of rhetoric is much worse than what Trump will say in 2017 about Mika’s face”.

      He didn’t say that?

      My bad.

    239. Phil says:

      Pretty obvious what the game is here. It’s the Kavanaugh script all over again. Keep rolling out “evidence” in this case turning the Senate trial into a giant never ending investigative hearing with the prosecution continuing on the offense 24/7 in the name of “a fair trial”. Pelosi in effect controlling things through her friends in the media. Never ending new evidence, new witnesses, new bombshells, continuous and forever.

      Democrats had a good day yesterday setting the narrative with no blowback from Republicans (is anyone surprised?). Republicans are pikers. Democrats play to win. Of course, when you control the media it’s easier to control public. The beat goes on.

    240. dblaikie says:

      I take all of this stuff cynically. The media, and that includes every media outlet, wants high ratings. To get ratings you need drama. Politicians don’t care about ratings. Instead they care about coverage and being in front of the camera. The best way to get coverage is to appear undecided.

      With those truths in mind perhaps the best thing to do is to consider and focus on those who are not trying to covered and seem to be ignored by the media. The people I am paying attention to in that category is Senema, Mancion, and Jones — especially the latter two. Those people are going to be under tremendous pressure and we probably won’t know how they will vote on witnesses until 10 minutes before the vote.

      However I find it telling that the media only focus in on whether Republicans will stick together. The fact is that so far it is Democrats who have broken ranks.

    241. jason says:

      I know, but in the end it was all for naught.

      The same will happen here. The Dems can declare victory if all this gets them an R vote for conviction, but Trump will still be in office.

    242. jason says:

      I wish EVERY R senator, including scumbag Romney, would realize the MSM is NOT their friend.

    243. jason says:


      Vadym Prystaiko, Foreign Minister of Ukraine: “Frankly, I have not spoken with [Lev Parnas], and again, frankly, I don’t trust any word he is now saying.”

    244. jason says:

      If you think Murkowski will vote to convict Trump you can make some money.

      On Predictit you can buy yes at 18 cents.

      Btw, if you DON’T think Manchin will vote to acquit you can make money.

      Right now it is 64% yes, 36% no.

      In other words, the betting market thinks the odds of Manchin voting to acquit is twice the odds of Murkowski voting to convict.

      Romney? 76% to 24% acquit.

    245. Phil says:

      Jason, you are right. At the end of the day Trump will be acquitted and still be in office. Democrats know this. However, their goal is to use this trial and “the cover up verdict” to bleed him in the court of public opinion for November. That and to oust Collins, Gardner, and McSalley to help get control of the Senate.

    246. jason says:

      Betting odds that at least one R will vote to convict?


    247. jason says:

      I would like to see a poll in ME, CO and AZ on how many people in November will vote based on impeachment.

      I bet the number is low, and even among the people who will vote on that issue, it is probably a wash between those pro and anti-Trump.

    248. Phil says:

      I’m surprised it’s that high. No way to get any Republican on board for conviction….or Manchin.

      The vote will be 46-54. Take it to the bank. Possibility Jones votes no on the second article as well – 45-55 on that one.

    249. Phil says:

      In the end, probably right that impeachment has little bearing on the November election except on the margins.

    250. Phil says:

      Saw a tape of Limbaugh on his November 19th show predicting point blank that Lev Palmas would be the next “surprise” the Democrats rolled out. Does Rush know these people or does Rush know these people?

    251. Tina says:

      Trumps legal team for hoaxment.

      John Roberts
      · 32m
      .@realDonaldTrump frontline legal team for the upcoming Senate trial. WH Counsel Pat Cipollone, Jay Sekulow, Ken Starr, Robert Ray, Alan Dershowitz, Pam Bondi, Jane Raskin.

    252. Polaris says:

      Thanks Dave. Hopefully this works.


    253. Tina says:

      Starr and Dershowitz are a coup for trump. I hope the house Rs are the managers.

      Also watch for the gop-e snakes in grass that Rand Paul mentioned. They are lawless Rs.

    254. Tina says:

      Dream team of lawyers vs Soviet Schiffty and the hoaxers.

    255. mnw says:

      Over short periods of time, 1-2 years, gold will occasionally outperform the S&P.

      However, there is NO 10-year period during the last century in which gold has outperformed. Doesn’t make any difference what years you pick.

    256. Polaris says:

      OK this time it worked. Thanks Dave.


    257. PresidentPaul! says:

      Republican’s for the rule of law which is Bill Kristol’s neocon group is running ads onFox


      Palladium Bull still raging today I see.

    258. PresidentPaul! says:


      2000-2010 I bet gold outperformed the SP500 or pretty close (and that’s even removing the dot com crash. You can say 2002-2010 and I bet gold still outperformed.

      gold has certainly underperformed the s&P for the most recent 10 years (obviously)

      Regardless it’s protection against on government failure.

      Commodities are historically undervalued (or at least were) and the monetary system is historically overstretched.

    259. lisab says:

      However, there is NO 10-year period during the last century in which gold has outperformed.

      gold price in 2000 was about $270 an ounce
      now $1559 a 570% increase

      S&P 500 in 2000 about 2100
      now about 3300 a 150% increase

    260. lisab says:

      however, i don’t suggest anyone who is not a collector or millionaire should own physical gold

    261. Tina says:

      Dream Team vs Scheme Team

    262. PresidentPaul! says:


      click the 10 year chart on this please. You will notice that the DJIA is historically high in relation to gold at this moment. This is true for all commodities. Commodities are entering a bull market.

      Also central bank is stretched to the max. Every government is broke especially China.

      Inflation is out of control in both India and China.

      Guess what you have to do to fight inflation->raise rates above the the current inflation rate or you will never cut it off.

      You think China is going to raise rates right now (LOL) considering their debt situation is about 10 times as bad as ours.

      They’d go back to the stone age.

    263. jason says:

      Gold is for morons.

      Bunu is a moron.


    264. lisab says:

      Wounded vet Rep. Brian Mast asked Democrats to name a single name on the nearby wall of fallen soldiers: “I would ask, can any of you provide me with one name on that wall that doesn’t justify killing Soleimani? I got two minutes and 30 seconds. I’ll be more than happy to sit here and wait”

    265. jason says:

      however, i don’t suggest anyone who is not a collector or a moron should own physical gold”

      Millionaires are probably too smart already.

      Of course there are many millionaires who have made a fortune selling gold to idiots like Bunu.

    266. jason says:

      “Regardless it’s protection against on government failure.”

      No, it is not.

      The only protection against government failure or zombie apocalyse is guns, ammo and freeze dried food.

    267. PresidentPaul! says:

      Tesla is probably extremely overvalued and overstretched at the moment, but I’m not selling this thing.

      It’s trillion dollar company masquerading as a 77 billion dollar company so even if it falls it doesn’t matter. Same reason not sell AAPL or Google even though they are “overvalued.”

    268. lisab says:

      the obvious benefit of the S&P over gold is that it is a diversified portfolio, that even includes gold producers

      gold is a single commodity where you have the absolute risk of an diversified portfolio

      but a millionaire can invest in both and use gold as a relatively uncorrelated investment to stocks

    269. lisab says:

      the absolute risk of an **UNdiversified** portfolio

    270. lisab says:

      if world-wide governments collapsed

      9mm and 12 guage and anti-biotics and alcohol etc. would probably be worth more than gold

    271. PresidentPaul! says:

      I believe in gold seizures. UK did it when it wasn’t even on the gold standard. That’s why I believe over time you should have a portion in physical.

    272. lisab says:

      the thing is, unless you can afford at least a kilo, you are talking chump change.

      a regular person could, with less than $50k to invest in gold, could probably do better with high quality bourbon

    273. PresidentPaul! says:

      I wouldn’t even trust the USPS handling something like that nor would I trust anyone selling something like that. Gold coins are not that hard to handle…

    274. lisab says:

      you typically cannot buy bourbon through the usps

      but you can just drive to distillery and buy it

      they usually have a club for high end customers

    275. lisab says:

      the point being if the government actually was so much in the toilet that they started seizing gold, you really could not do much with a few gold coins — i suppose you could look at them

      but you could still sell high end bourbon, or scotch, or weed or wine to the 1%

      the nice thing about bourbon is that unlike wine it keeps very well under most conditions for decades. buy a case … you need money … take a bottle and sell it.

      who would you sell a few gold coins to in a national crisis if gold was illegal?

    276. NYCmike says:


      Just to keep you up to date on the HHR Mutual Fund…..we made a unanimous decision to invest 10% of the fund in palladium and gold……so now all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the run!

      Just check in with us in a year or so if we need to sell.


      See you later.

    277. lisab says:

      i know you are joking but on a serious note

      it is pretty risky to invest 10% of your portfolio in any one item

      although most people invest more than that in their home

    278. PresidentPaul! says:

      “although most people invest more than that in their home”

      I like your reasoning sometimes.

    279. NYCmike says:

      Thanks again, bunu, for the great advice!

      We bought the palladium, and some gold.

      Let us know when to sell.

      We’ll speak then.

    280. Tina says:

      ss Retweeted

      Daily Caller

      “… we will take pictures behind the resolute desk. It’s been there long time, a lot of presidents, some good, some not so good. But you’ve got a good one now even though they are trying to impeach the son of a bitch…”

    281. PresidentPaul! says:

      Would have been buying rhodium but I’ve never found a good way to buy it except physical, and good luck finding a place to sell it since no one knows what it is.

    282. Big Joe says:

      #275- Hello, Polaris?

      Big Joe

    283. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      275. Welcome back.

    284. Wes says:

      Cory Gardner may be lucking out as Hickenlooper has some ethics issues. Don’t worry. Mikey and JulStol will dispatch Christine O’Donnell to the state soon enough to save the day for Schumer and Friends:


    285. ssq says:

      I believe in gold seizures”

      Those are the good ones I guess.

      The one my husband had was probably at most aluminum.

    286. Poul Harris says:

      You rannngggggggg?

      – Poul Harris

    287. jason says:

      Bunu, plutonium is going to break out soon.

      Don’t believe that old wives tale that it is radioactive.

      Put a lump of it under your pillow.

      The more it glows the higher the quality.

    288. lisab says:

      FLORIDA REPUB Senators Vote for Massive Gun Control Bill – AFTER BLOOMBERG’S $500,000 Donation to Senate Pres. Galvano

    289. lisab says:

      Elizabeth Warren: ‘With Booker out, I’m the last minority in the race’

    290. Polaris says:

      #306 Good to be back. I won’t be posting as much this year as I did in the 2004 / 2008 / 2012 election years. I will say that most general election polls we have seen have DRIs that are outrageous. If you think we will see a D+9 electorate, I have some beachfront property in Nebraska for you.


    291. lisab says:

      Social justice warriors: ‘Honor MLK by judging others by skin color not the content of their character’

    292. NYCmike says:

      “If you think we will see a D+9 electorate, I have some beachfront property in Nebraska for you.”

      -Never fails! Polaris shows up again, and makes Wes seem as humble as apple pie.

    293. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      317. Trump has consistently negotiated for foreign countries to buy more U.S. goods. The Chinese are going to buy %52.5 billion in energy from the U.S. in the next two years. To do so some of their tariffs will likely be ended:

      “From an energy perspective, what is most notable is China’s agreement to increase energy imports from the US by up to $52.4bn over the next two years as a part of a commitment to spend around $200bn more on US goods and services than it did in 2017.”

    294. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      319. Trump was as aggressive getting Germany to buy U.S. natural gas. Germany is the third largest natural gas importer in the world. About 25% of its energy comes from natural gas. Almost 50% of it comes from Russia; and with the new Nord Stream pipeline that is expected to rise. Trump got the Germans to buy more U.S. LNG.

      Apparently Merkel is not bothered by becoming energy dependent on Putin — can see why Obama had her cell phone tapped.

    295. NYCmike says:



      Hope she wins, but she reminds me of when Mitt said “who let the dawgs out?!?!”. Cringe-worthy.

      I can definitely see how voters chose the more charismatic Sinema over her last time.

    296. Bitterlaw says:

      I just saw 1917. It was excellent. Go see it.

      Of course, Walt was too old to serve.

    297. VictrC says:

      NYC. – not sure what is cringe worthy about what she said. I read the article. She doubled down on what she said, which was good. Seems like the fighter pilot is coming out finally.

      Had a drink with a liberal friend and we discussed impeachment. I said, why couldn’t yall just wait until November and vote him out if you think he’s so bad….he responded “that’s what impeachment is all about. Making sure he gets voted out in November.” They really think the “stain of impeachment” will make people not vote for him in November.

    298. Bitterlaw says:

      Polaris is back to announce he won’t be posting much. Got it.

    299. NYCmike says:


      She just doesn’t sound authentic.

      It sounds like she is trying to be the person she thinks the voters want, which is fine….unfortunately, many voters don’t appreciate such acting.

      Hopefully I am incorrect in my assessment of her performance.

    300. PresidentPaul! says:

      Elon’s master plan for Tesla part 2 after part 1’s completion.

      A focus on the machine that makes the machine turning the “factory” itself into a product rather than focusing on the car along with several acquisitions to get there.

    301. PresidentPaul! says:

      Tesla is a multi-trillion dollar company masquerading as a 77 billion dollar company.

    302. Wes says:

      Let’s see…

      Martha McSally—a lifelong Republican—engages in the same kind of rhetoric against the media Donald Trump—a lifelong liberal who suddenly converted to conservatism during a presidential run—uses. Mikey claims to be a loyal Trump supporter but says McSally is “cringe-worthy.”

      Oh, wait. I just realized why Mikey felt the need to negatively label McSally:

      She’s running for retention to the Senate against a pyramid-scheming fellow combat veteran who, if elected, will vote for Schumer to be Senate Majority Leader.

      There you have it.

    303. Tina says:

      Mcsally may have saved herself with her actions. She gave an impressive talk on cn and ns behavior.

      Impressive background on her. I

      I thought we did not attack vets (paging Bully Cuomo).

    304. Tina says:

      Pierre Quittens’ job approval plunges in Utah. R and Is support for him have especially dropped.
      (Morning consult)

    305. Tina says:

      jamie Dupree “a reporter” called out for photo shopped picture of trump and Parnas name plates.

    306. Tina says:

      Larry Schweikart
      Funny thing is, Martha McSally was dead in the water as a candidate until this moment. Whether this reflected a fire that was lit, or lit the fire, either way, spoogemonkey
      inadvertently may have substantially contributed to
      holding onto her seat.

    307. Tina says:

      Really bad photo shop. I guess Parnas turned over these photos to Soviet Schiffty.

      Schiffty already made false statements during impeachment

    308. Bitterlaw says:

      I thought McSally looked like she had a plan to use that line for days and could not wait to find an opportunity to say it. It’s like when you know you are going to have an argument with somebody so you rehearse it in your head. You think of a great line. Then the argument doesn’t really happen but you say it anyway.

      This is a foreign concept to Wes. He does not argue with women. He just bangs somebody else.

    309. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      Is Impeachment creating new,young, female GOP stars? McSally in the Senate and Elise Stefanik in the House have roared!You go,girls!

    310. dblaikie says:

      I always enjoy Bitter’s cynicism. But Bitter there was no argument. The CNN talking head asked a pointed question and she just replied. So if I go with your way of thinking then she decided she was going to unload the line with the first question a talking head from MSM asked her. Now she may have rehearsed her delivery. If she did — good for her. She wanted maximum effect. And that is just what she got.

      So the bottom line is that if this was a long planed strike, or just a simple reaction it doesn’t matter. McSally benefited big time.

    311. Cash Cow TM says:

      I just wanted to drop by today that I will probably not be posting as much as I did in the past.

    312. mnw says:

      Instead of gold (BARF!), why not try high dividend value stocks instead? I think it’s a mistake to put more than 2% (3% tops) of one’s liquid assets in a single investment vehicle. If you do more than 2%-3%, you aren’t diversified.

      Perhaps take a look at IMBBY; GEO; MIE (or BGR); REM.

      These stocks & CEFs are all deeply out of favor. Given their yield, you should be able to just wait out any correction, assuming you’re not betting the baby’s milk money. The divvys for all 4 are safe, imo.

      You’ll be waiting a long time to get a safe 8% annual yield on gold.

    313. jason says:

      NBC News says since Trump is racist, it might be illegal to vote for him.

      I am lawyering up… I will pay for Bitter to go into the booth with me.

      Amish rates, not Philly rates.

    314. jason says:

      Mikey claims to be a loyal Trump supporter but says McSally is “cringe-worthy.”

      NYC doesn’t like McSally because she could actually win, while his candidate ChemTrail Ward would lose by 20 pts.

      See, for a Mikey Maneuver to work, you need a real deadender. Chemtrail fits that bill.

    315. Tina says:

      Mcsally has not been cringe worthy. A bit of a disappointment though. She campaigns sluggishly.

      She has a tremendous record.

      I don’t get it.

      I hope she wins though.

    316. lisab says:

      new super-carrier to be named uss obama

    317. Tina says:

      Cccp sanders takes national lead among Drat primary voters:


    318. jason says:

      Jabba the Jihadi weighs 560 pounds…

      “Leave it to the New York Post to come up with the best puns for these guys: “He put the fat in fatwa.” “The captured caliphatty.” Twitchy deserves an honorable mention as well: “Does this outfit make me look fatwa?”

    319. Poul Harris says:

      I won’t be posting much either.

      – Poul Harris

    320. John says:

      First time ever….
      According to this betting site Trump’s reelection chances have now reached the best position ever…
      Trump @ 54% which has Trump more that all of the Democrat candidates combined with room to spare…

    321. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I don’t have a high regard for Survey USA polls, but here is one from the 17th:

      NEW California @SurveyUSA post-debate poll:
      Biden 30% (+2 Since Nov)
      Sanders 20% (+2)
      Warren 20% (+7)
      Buttigieg 8% (-)
      Bloomberg 6% (+3)
      Yang 4% (-1)
      Steyer 4% (+1)
      Gabbard 2% (-)
      Klobuchar 2% (+1)

    322. jason says:

      Chuckie Schumer, back in the day..

      “It has shaken me that we stand at the brink of removing a President — not because of a popular groundswell to remove him and not because of the magnitude of the wrongs he’s committed — but because conditions in late 20th century America has made it possible for a small group of people who hate Bill Clinton and hate his policies to very cleverly and very doggedly exploit the institutions of freedom that we hold dear and almost succeed in undoing him.”

    323. Bitterlaw says:

      Not exactly sure that Trump having a 46% chance of losing is great news.

    324. Tina says:

      Here is trumps rebuttal filing to the senate. It is great. Both articles are unconstitutional. If the senator Rs have you know what, they should dismiss outright.


    325. Tina says:

      It truly is the Dream Team vs Scheme Team.

    326. Bitterlaw says:

      If the Senate dismisses it outright, the Dems can make the argument it was a pure partisan whitewash. Put on some witnesses and then vote. He will not be removed and the Dems will howl but take away one of their b.s. arguments.

    327. Tina says:

      Who cares what they argue.

      The house the process political and illegal.

      Time for Rs to grow a pair.

    328. Tina says:

      And if your stupid to believe that a dismissal or acquittal stops this thuggery by the drats, I have a bridge to sell you.

    329. Phil says:

      So I just read an op ed on an NBC website written by a professor in which he argues it is “unconstitutional” to vote for Trump.

      Yep. That’s right. NBC. Not some fringe leftist whacko blog. NBC.

      I’m speechless.

    330. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      360. “That’s right. NBC. Not some fringe leftist whacko blog. NBC.”

      They are now one and the same. They are so desperate now that it appears Trump may be re-elected that they are advocating limiting First Amendment rights, and advocating for what amounts to a fixed election that will exclude Trump.

    331. Phil says:

      ‘They are now one in the same”. Sadly, it has reached that point. The funny part about it is that the more the MSM goes off the deep end with this insanity, the more and more it blows up what little credibility they had left. Helps Trump and makes it more likely he gets re-elected.

      I read that drivel and just couldn’t believe it.

    332. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Some advice from Australia’s indigenous population regarding fire prevention:

      “For thousands of years, the Indigenous people of Australia set fire to the land.

      Long before Australia was invaded and colonised by Europeans, fire management techniques – known as “cultural burns” – were being practised.
      The cool-burning, knee-high blazes were designed to happen continuously and across the landscape.
      The fires burn up fuel like kindling and leaf detritus, meaning a natural bushfire has less to devour.
      Since Australia’s fire crisis began last year, calls for better reintegration of this technique have grown louder. But it should have happened sooner, argues one Aboriginal knowledge expert.
      “The bush needs to burn,” says Shannon Foster.
      She’s a knowledge keeper for the D’harawal people – relaying information passed on by her elders – and an Aboriginal Knowledge lecturer at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).”

      It is the same in California. Fire is natural as rain in California; the best control mechanism is controlled burns and removal of excess brush. Plus, as they have done in California over the last year, limit sources of ignition, even if it means turning off power temporarily in some areas.

    333. Bitterlaw says:

      And if you are stupid enough to think that your closed off little world of RINO hunting and reading tweets makes you an expert on normal voters, you can keep your bridge and GFY.

      On another point, how are you doing? Did the surgery help?

    334. Tina says:

      Look all the 2017 hurricane relief found in this Puerto Rican warehouse.

      Lock these crooks up.


      Sent from my iPad

    335. lisab says:

      Michigan Pedophile Claims Child Porn Collection Is His ‘Constitutional Right’ Because He Identifies As 8-Year-Old Girl

    336. Bitterlaw says:

      Interesting argument. However, 8 year old girls don’t keep child p0rn.

      Shoot the perv.

    337. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      366. RUFKM?

    338. John says:

      Or Biden being the top dog for the D’s having an 84% chance of losing to Trump….

    339. Wes says:

      Hm. I didn’t know Tgca lived in Michigan.

      Poor tastes, I know, but if he can make his lewd jokes about my profession I can return the favor.

    340. Tgca says:


      Ha! Wes knows I would never identify as a girl…no real gay man would…but maybe that’s why he has no interest in me. Oh pooh! Otherwise, he would be all over me abusing me like he does other young impressionable and defenseless females.

    341. PresidentPaul! says:

      Corrupt politicians of the democrat and republican party are creating a prison planet with the global reserve currency aka the dollar.
      No one can have a bank account anywhere without the US government, IRS, etc knowing about it all thanks to the made up war on terror that disgraceful president Bush started.

      FATCA forces EVERY foreign bank and financial institution IN THE WORLD to share information about their depositors with the Treasury Department.
      And if these foreign banks refuse to comply? You guessed it. They’ll lose access to US dollars.
      We’ve continued to see the US government rely on this tactic more and more over the past ten years; in 2015, for example, the Treasury Department famously hit French bank BNP Paribas with an $8.9 billion fine.
      BNP’s egregious crime? They were doing business with countries that the US government doesn’t like– countries like Cuba and Iran.
      But wait a minute. BNP is a FRENCH bank! France has no beef with Cuba or Iran!
      Doesn’t matter. Uncle Sam doesn’t like Cuba and Iran. BNP did business with Cuba and Iran. So BNP was punished.
      And if BNP didn’t pay this ridiculous $8.9 billion fine? Yep, you know what’s coming– they’d lose their access to US dollars.
      Just last week they did it again when the Iraqi parliament voted to expel all US troops from the country.

      No wonder central banks are buying up gold to bring this thing down.

    342. PresidentPaul! says:

      MNSNBC stumping for Biden now also. fake news.

      Glenn Greenwald

      I hope Joy Reid’s “body language” expert becomes an MSNBC regular. She’s fantastic. Put her and Joy on every show to talk about how Bernie’s obnoxious hand gestures and his hunching over like a turtle prove he’s a pathological, scheming liar.

    343. PresidentPaul! says:

      Max on fake body language “expert”

      Max Blumenthal

      This huckstering body language reader insists that Bernie’s denial of Warren’s claim was not emphatic enough. Maybe Bernie should have said he was hacked, as
      did when homophobic rantings from her personal blog resurfaced.

    344. Wes says:

      So Tgca would never identify as a girl but watches child p orn. Interesting…

    345. PresidentPaul! says:

      How five members of Joe Biden’s family got rich through his connections
      The TBT (The Biden Team) kinda like the Money Team that Floyd Mayweather runs with his 100 or so ppl that follow him around.

    346. Bitterlaw says:

      On Friday, we watched 1917. Last night, we watched Marriage Story. I can see why 1917 was nominated for Best Picture. I have no idea why Marriage Story was nominated. Still have to see The Irishman. Wife and daughter want to see Little Women.

    347. Tina says:

      He is one of the most impressive senators and is correct. But the rinos are lawless:

      Josh Hawley
      deserves the right during Senate trial to ask for a verdict or move to dismiss – otherwise trial will become endless circus run by Adam Schiff

    348. jason says:

      The Irishman is good. So is The King.

    349. jason says:

      A relative of ssq?

      “A woman in Pennsylvania allegedly drove her car into oncoming traffic as a test of her faith in God and showed no remorse for her actions, according to authorities.

      The incident occurred on Jan. 7 near Weatherly, Pennsylvania when 31-year-old Nadejda Reilly drove into oncoming traffic on Route 93, according to ABC News’ Pittsburgh affiliate station WTAE.

      An investigator who spoke to Reilly said that she told him she had been driving around for several hours waiting for a calling from God when she decided to take action into her own hands and drive into an oncoming vehicle.”

    350. Tgca says:


      Ha! Wes trying to deflect his abusive desires here it appears. We all know any normal dad would not let Wes near their daughters.

      Unlike Wes, I think my position has been consistent over the years in protecting children, especially against those violating and abusing children…think NAMBLA…and ABORTION which I’ve posted on as pure EVIL while Wes seems to belong to the school of thought that any young impressionable damaged female is prime for abuse and ABORTION is a tooL to be forced upon them when “they get themselves pregnant.”

      TG’ motto:
      Castrate NAMBLA lovers and imprison ABORTIONists.

      Wes’ motto:
      “hey, old enough to pee, old enough for me.”

    351. Tgca says:

      Over the years, I’ve come to realize out of all the HHR dudes, my friend Bitter is such a good dad and husband and in touch with his softer, gentler inner being. He’s convinced the wifey and daughter to see Little Women with him tonight after they join him frolicking around at the Flower Show today in his favorite cardigan sweater.

      We need more metrosexuals like Bitter I tell ya!

    352. Tina says:

      Verified account

      Follow Follow @axios
      JUST IN: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is preparing a resolution that would leave room for Trump’s lawyers to move immediately to dismiss the impeachment charges if they so choose, according to Republican Sen. Josh Hawley.

    353. Bitterlaw says:

      I did not say I was going to see Little Women with them.

    354. Tgca says:

      So Mayor Butt says we need a wartime veteran in the White House. Oh, by implication, I wonder who he means?

      Gimme a break! A reserve officer program postee (not someone who came up the ranks of training and action) in Afghanistan on a military base for half a year who was a desk jockey and mainly acted as a chauffeur for his commander does not count as someone with vast war time experiences which is what he is trying to imply. The vast majority of military folks deployed overseas see more frontline action and are at risk than a chauffeur watching the vehicle during errands. In fact, any inner city cop faces more risk than Mayor Butt did overseas.

      I find this insulting to those that served that Mayor Butt somehow suggests he is the only one with war time knowledge and experience. Folks in the Senate and House who sit on committees have more knowledge and experience them him on the military as an errand boy because they actually are briefed and educated on matters of importance even if they are not deployed.

      If you apply Mayor Butt’s thinking, any POTUS driver is qualified to be POTUS because they travel with POTUS all around d the world, as therefore must have the relevant experience. Hog wash I say!

    355. Tgca says:

      When I was graduating college, As a STEM major, I was being recruited for a slot in the Navy officer program. Other than a month or so of basic physical training required of all, my duties would have put me at a desk job and I would provide analysis all day….just like Mayor Pete. Though every service is important, to somehow state that I would have been at the same risk as frontline folks is absurd.

      This is the dishonesty I deplore in politicians. Mayor Pete is trying so hard to prove he is a normal guy yet his entire career path has been one of privilege. He took the Chelsea Clinton road but pretends he was actually Colin Powell.

      I can’t stand racist elite gay men. I’ve been at around them in NY and San Francisco enough and Mayor Pete is your typical one.

    356. Tina says:

      Mini mike dumberg won’t release his tax returns,

      Strangely, the jebots are silent.

    357. jason says:

      Was Bitter wearing a sweater and the Flower Show?

    358. Tgca says:


      Bitter really is an inspiration to fathers and husbands here at HHR. Only a thoughtful dad would go and see Frozen alone before taking his daughter to ensure it is age appropriate. That’s just the kind of dude Bitter is. But I suspect we all knew this when we found out he makes sure every anniversary he and the wifey have alone time to watch The Notebook.

    359. jason says:

      at… not and.

      Although sweater AND the flower show go together.

    360. Bitterlaw says:

      Lies! I have never seen Frozen or The Notebook. I donated the only sweater I own to charity. It was never worn and still had the tag on it.

    361. jason says:

      You have to admire Bitter. Not everyone could live in an area that is willing to sacrifice its financial independence, homes and the future of its children just out of hatred for Trump. And where husbands go see Little Women and the Flower Show and the Doily Making Craft Show because it strengthens family bonds and togetherness.

    362. jason says:

      Bitter admits finally to owning a sweater?

      Baby steps, baby steps.

    363. jason says:

      I donated the only sweater I own to charity.”

      “I own” is key here. The emotional attachment is still strong as you can see, because even though supposedly it was donated Bitter still feels like he owns it.

    364. jason says:

      So while he probably “donated it”, meaning he has chosen what institution is to receive it in the future, he still owns it now.

    365. jason says:

      I have to admit I learned at lot of this psychological analysis from Corey.

    366. Tgca says:


      Oh stop being so ignorant Jadon. Actually, making doilies is a complicated task requiring nimble hand skills and creative geometric patterns, generally studied by many math geeks in topology and advanced geometric and spatial courses. The same with knitting sweaters. It’s a complex, time-consuming process.

      If Bitter finds these activities relaxing and it allows him the opportunity to express his creative side, great for him. We. All need an outlet to relax and reflect.

      You enjoy heart-clogging feasts.
      Wes enjoys giving massages to hundreds of men.
      I enjoy reading spy novels.
      Bitter enjoys arts and crafts, flower shows, and knitting sweaters.

      Different strokes for different folks I say.

    367. Wes says:

      384 is a hopelessly self-indulgent gallimaufry of outright lies and sanctimonious projection.

      I would respond further, but honestly Tgca is no longer worth the time to read his one-note stupidity, much less respond to it.

    368. Bitterlaw says:

      I know Tgca would love to think I am the stylish sensitive man of his dreams. I am not. Monday to Friday, Iwear a suit. When I get home, I wear sweatpants and sweatshirts. On weekends, I wear jeans and sweatshirts. On Sunday, I coach 2 basketball teams.

      Tgat’s About it.

    369. Bitterlaw says:


    370. Tgca says:


      Hey Bitter

      You misspelled sweater.

      It’s S-W-E-A-T-E-R.

      There’s no S-H-I-R-T in sweater.

    371. Tgca says:


      Bitter is humble too. That’s why I admire him so and am glad to call him my friend. He coaches girls basketball even though they always lose. Now that’s humble.

      I don’t think you folks really understand what a great achievement it is to a be a humble sensitive sweater-loving Flower Show enthusiast Philly metrosexual after growing up in the Sewer State.

      …and they say people can’t change for the better…that’s BS!

    372. Tgca says:

      I should also share that when I relocated to South Jersey only 10 miles from Philly a couple of years back, I was like Geez! What am I doing? Starting over and not knowing one single person here.

      But guess what folks? It was my friend Bitter who reached out and welcomed me with open arms and offered to show me around Philly with all it had to offer in history, floral gardens, and arts and crafts venues. He even alerted me to Woody’s in Center City, a popular gay bar for congregating after work that he frequented with his flamboyant and less masculine friends…though I reminded him I did not drink or engage in such after work City rituals. He was fully supportive and understood, and provided alternative recreational recommendations, like local Independent Cinemas, him being a connoisseur of art films and all…even going as far in offering to accompany me in a recent revival showing of BrokeBack Mountain. He was aghast when he found out I never saw it and confided to me what a great love story it was for those different folks, and that it was only rivaled by The Notebook, one of his favorite films he introduced to his wife years back and which now he made a yearly custom to watch with her on their anniversary.

      So again, I thank my friend Bitter for being the man most of us here at HHR do not have the strength to be.

    373. jason says:

      What’s a sweat pant?

    374. jason says:

      You enjoy heart-clogging feasts.”

      Lunch was country sausage. There were six of them and I ate five and my wife ate one.

      I think she is trying to kill me.

    375. jason says:

      Tgat’s About it.”

      Now THAT is pretty Freudian.

    376. jason says:

      hopelessly self-indulgent gallimaufry”


      The erudition here is just incredible.

      Howver, I prefer gallimaufry in its other meaning.

      “a dish made from diced or minced meat, especially a hash or ragout”

      I am thinking of some gallimaufry for tomorrow’s lunch.

    377. lisab says:

      I know Tgca would love to think I am the stylish sensitive man of his dreams.

      no one said you were stylish …

      it just is not too often you see a man of your size opting for a sweater

    378. lisab says:

      actually, i would say the winona ryder version of little women is the definitive version

      the new version, although ok, and with excellent actresses, is a pale copy with a more in-your-face feminist message

    379. lisab says:

      and merida is the better choice of disney films

    380. Tgca says:


      Stop being so snobby Jadon.! I think it’s wonderful that southern folks have finally discovered the dictionary and are enhancing their vocabulary beyond yawlllllllllll, uh-huuuuh, and fixin’. There is nothing wrong with learning a new word daily and using it in practice as that’s how we better ourselves. My high school Engwish teacher gave us 20 to 30 words weekly so that by the time we got to the SAT we were fluent in about 1,500 more words most folks in the Sewer State never knew existed. It greatly helped with my EDUMACATION so I applaud southerners adopting northeast rituals and tryin’ to catch up wit us.

    381. Tgca says:


      Sorry LisaB! I will await Bitters review of Little Women after he drags his wife and daughter to see it tonight. I trust his judgment on these things. I’ll come to you when I seek judgment on all things gay though so don’t fret.

    382. lisab says:

      there are few films with more lesbian subtext than little women

      In an interview with the writer

      Louise Chandler Moulton, [Alcott] later commented with pre-Freudian

      candor on her own feelings: ‘I am more than half-persuaded that I am

      a man’s soul, put by some freak of nature into a woman’s body … because

      I have fallen in love in my life with so many pretty girls and never

      once the least bit with any man.

    383. Bitterlaw says:

      Lisab thinks I am fat because of a video from 10 years ago (SChool Board). I lost 20 pounds since then by being incredibly stressed out and drinking soda instead of eating food.

    384. Bitterlaw says:

      Chiefs 35
      Titans 24


    385. lisab says:

      i would not call you fat … large maybe

      what are you, like 200 pounds? that is not fat

    386. Bitterlaw says:

      Got as high as 208. Down to 185 now. No exercise or change to a healthier diet.

    387. lisab says:

      185 is certainly relatively healthy

      the average american man in 1960 weighed 166 ponds

      in 2002 it was 202 pounds

      so you are better than average

    388. lisab says:

      sorry, 191 pounds in 2002

    389. Bitterlaw says:

      Not sure that a diabetic who drinks soda more often than eating food is healthy.

    390. Bitterlaw says:

      Good luck to the Chiefs and Niners. Should be a great game.

    391. CG says:

      Skip Bayless
      ?Verified account @RealSkipBayless
      56m56 minutes ago

      Aaron Rodgers is now 1-3 in NFC Championship Games – the one being at Chicago when Cutler got hurt and Rodgers struggled to beat Caleb Haney in the second half.

    392. Tgca says:

      Bitter is 185….Geez! FAT @$$!!!

      You should be between 125 and 130 pounds at most.

      I can prescribe a diet plan for you to achieve that goal. Just let me know.

    393. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      When I read posters talking about the benefits of investing in gold and other speculative investments, am reminded of the saying:

      “Economic forecasting was invented to make astrology look respectable.”

    394. Tgca says:


      You like seaweed juice?

      I have great recipes too.

      – kelp salad
      – shiratake noodles
      – braised tofu
      – kale latkes
      – and many more scrumptious meals

      Don’t be shy to ask now.

    395. lisab says:


      the thing about investing in gold is that people for some reason think you should invest in gold or alternatively invest in stocks (plural)

      gold is a single commodity. it happens to have a low correlation with most stocks, which makes it useful in a diversified portfolio.

      but it is a single investment. investing only in gold would be like investing only in one stock.

      for the vast majority of people it should be no more than 3% of your portfolio and even that would be huge.

    396. PresidentPaul! says:

      NYTimes is FAKE NEWS

      Max Blumenthal

      In endorsing Klobuchar, NY Times appears to also endorse US military interventions in Syria and Libya. https://nytimes.com/interactive/2020/01/19/opinion/amy-klobuchar-elizabeth-warren-nytimes-endorsement.html

      Max twitter

    397. PresidentPaul! says:

      Trash can journalism NYTimes pimping for Elizabeth Warren and Klobuchar

      NY Times admits it sends stories to US government for approval before publication

    398. PresidentPaul! says:

      Senator Cotton supporting the Never Trumpers and Trump impeachers.

      Tom Cotton hired Bill Kristol’s son as his legislative director and enjoys endless promotion from the neocon Free Beacon, which is run by Kristol’s son in law and funded by Cotton’s largest donor.

    399. jason says:

      I bet Bill Kristol’s son is more conservative than Bunu.

    400. jason says:

      n endorsing Klobuchar, NY Times appears to also endorse US military interventions in Syria and Libya.”

      OMG, I endorse military interventions in Syria and Libya too.

      I am still a lot more of conservative than Bunu.

    401. jason says:

      Fine list of oxymorons:

      – great kelp salad
      – great shiratake noodles
      – great braised tofu
      – great kale latkes

      I tried giving kale to my llamas once. Lupita peed on it.

    402. PresidentPaul! says:

      Palladium Bull Raging

      Short squeeze please?

    403. Bitterlaw says:

      120-130 pounds? I’m 6 feet tall. I would look like a pencil. A very unhealthy pencil.

    404. PresidentPaul! says:

      Great recession 2007 = Fed had gone into tightening before it

      Tech bubble 2000 = Fed had gone into tightening before it

      Bush Recession of 1990 = Fed had gone into tightening before it

      early 1980’s Recessions = Fed had gone into tightening before it

      Anyone see a pattern? Even in 2018 what was the Fed doing before the SHTF later in the year. They were doing quantative tighting before they reversed.

      Can anyone find evidence of a recession that occurred during easing? I don’t think so.

      We’re going higher.

      No significant repo pullbacks until at least after tax season when some anticipate another repo crisis and I doubt it even gets scaled back much after that.

    405. jason says:

      ‘it happens to have a low correlation with most stocks, which makes it useful in a diversified portfolio.”

      Actually, no.

      The track record on gold is abysmal as a “diversification” strategy.

      Diversification is good, yes, but diversify with other options, not gold.

      Not that you would have lost your ass with 3% gold in your portfolio, the point is you could have made more putting that 3% into something else rather than gold.

    406. jason says:

      Funny the NYT is not endorsing Biden. Do they know something we don’t know? I mean, we suspect he is senile, do they know it for a fact?

      Biden polls best against Trump, and the NYT certainly wants to win this election.

      All the Dems are damaged goods, granted. But Fauxcahontas is more damaged than most.

    407. PresidentPaul! says:

      I don’t buy gold as an “investment.” You buy it because there is 944 Trillion dollars in derivatives, god knows what is going on in China, an anemic global economy, corrupt politicians, and a world in desperate need to do away with the dollar as a reserve currency.

    408. PresidentPaul! says:

      NYTimes did endorse Biden.

      They want to shift support to Warren to sabotage Sanders. Warren is third place in Iowa.

    409. jason says:

      Maybe the NYT wants to get rid of Sanders, and by endorsing Warren hopes to sway some of the far left moonbats into abandoning him.
      Then the NYT can work to get rid of her later to leave the field clear for Biden.

      It is my first conspiracy theory of the morning.

    410. PresidentPaul! says:

      Warren is toxic I think. I can’t stand her personality.

    411. jason says:

      Oh, Geezus.

      Bunu makes the same point I did.

      Well, I will get over it.

      NYC agreed with me once, and I survived.

    412. PresidentPaul! says:

      They maintain their street cred endorsing Warren also.

      Keep in mind Warren endorsed Hillary in Iowa to try to stop Bernie.

    413. PresidentPaul! says:

      I’m referring to 2016 endorsement of Hillary.

    414. jason says:

      Buying gold as a hedge is just as stupid as buying it as an investment.

      Actually, stupider. As an investment, it still has residual value even after a loss. As a hedge, it has no value since in a real crisis you won’t be able to sell it at any price or even trade it for dog food.

    415. PresidentPaul! says:

      Buying gold is also ideological. I believe we need a currency backed entirely by gold. Even if it doesn’t go up in value it’s still good to buy.

    416. PresidentPaul! says:


      Glenn Greenwald

      Finally! The moment for which the Nation has been so painfully waiting: the extremely diverse and representative NYT Editorial Page editors have unveiled who they think you should vote for! I don’t want to spoil it, so I’ll let you luxuriate in the deep joy of reading it.

    417. jason says:

      Even if it doesn’t go up in value it’s still good to buy.”


      Bunu has moved from the deadender principle in politics to the deadender principle in economics.

      I think NYC might want to get on this.

      Investments that are losers, but that SEND A MESSAGE.

    418. PresidentPaul! says:

      Palladium asking price on Kitco…$2,782.00

      Yeah, I’m a rocket ship on my way to Mars
      On a collision course
      I am a satellite, I’m out of control
      I am a sex machine, ready to reload
      Like an atom bomb about to
      Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh explode
      I’m burnin’ through the sky, yeah
      Two hundred degrees…..

    419. jason says:

      Corey endorsed a racist bigot for President on the R side.

      Here is the guy he says he might vote for on the Dem side.

      But remember, Corey is “pro-life” and he is very offended by Trump’s tweets.

      “Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg allegedly told a female employee,”kill it!” when she told him she was pregnant, according to the former Bloomberg executive’s 1997 lawsuit.

      The lawsuit filed in New York by Sekiko Sakai Garrison alleges Bloomberg followed up his first remark with another offensive comment, “Great! Number 16,” apparently referring to the number of pregnant employees on his payroll.

      Sakai Garrison also claimed Bloomberg pointed out another woman to her and remarked, “If you looked like that, I would do you in a second.”

    420. jason says:

      Of course, the Dems have “evolved” on abortion.

      Many of them would say “kill it” when the employee said she had a baby.

    421. jason says:

      The Never Trumpers somehow think there is somebody on the Dem side “morally superior” to Trump as a justification for electing a socialist who will trample all over every cause held dear by conservatives.

      Warren, Biden, and Sanders are all profoundly ethically challenged. Mayor Butt seems to have some ethics problems too.

      Don’t get me wrong. The Dems could run a socialist as pure as Mother Tereza and I still wouldn’t vote for a socialist.

      But the fact is there is no “better person” among the Dems, to use a term Corey used in 2016 when he said Hillary was a “better person” than Trump. Hillary was arguably the most ethically challenged party nominee ever, she wasn’t a “better person” than anybody in politics.

    422. jason says:

      With only me and Bunu here the HHR IQ average has dropped to about 100.

      That is calculated by adding my IQ of 140 and Bunu’s of 60 and dividing by 2.

    423. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      Here is the just-released Gallup Poll for Trump’s Job Performance and Removal from Office in the first half of January:


      Job Approval/Disapproval- 44/53
      Removal from Office:Yes/No- 46/51(Caucasians so No by about 25%!)

    424. PresidentPaul! says:

      IMF Slashes Global GDP Forecast For 6th Consecutive Time

      The culprit this time is not China, but India, whose GDP forecast collapsed by a whopping 1.2% to 5.8%, handing the title of the world’s fastest growing economy back to China.

      First thing that comes to mind to me: maybe forcing this new cashless society experiment onto 1.2 billion people wasn’t such a good idea rather it was about power.

    425. jason says:

      Bunu, an America-hating terrorist loving Paulbot who thinks he is a conservative, endorsing Tulsi Gabbard, a flaming liberal who in 2016 said Bernie Sanders should be commander in chief.

      “Representative Tulsi Gabbard resigned from her post as vice-chair of the Democratic National Committee on Sunday, in order to support Bernie Sanders in his run for the party’s presidential nomination.

      Gabbard made the announcement on Sunday, appearing as a panel member on the NBC show Meet the Press.

      “I think it’s most important for us, as we look at our choices as to who our next commander-in-chief will be, is to recognize the necessity to have a commander in chief who has foresight, who exercises good judgment,” she said.

    426. jason says:

      Yes, doesn’t Bernie Sanders come to mind as an example of foresight and good judgment?

    427. SusyQue says:

      If you follow the order of the governer on disarming yourself you’ve already set precedent that he can order anything and you will abide by it. Civil disobedience is important and necessary in this situation. Never give up your rights. March on Virginia with your guns with me today! Don’t let the governer take away our constitutional rites!In Jesus Name.

    428. SusyQue says:

      2 Amendment confirms our God given right to have guns and to carry them openly in Jesus name.

      We need to start exercising those rights by carrying openly for all to see that we are not going to surrender the right to protect ourselves and others. We will protect America and our fellow 2 Amendment followers from invaders and criminals!

    429. Phil says:

      Removal from office according to Gallup –

      Yes – 46. No – 51

      This is remarkable give the media’s skewed reporting on the whole Trump impeachment. Expect Democrats to roll out more “new evidence” on a daily basis. It’s the Kavanaugh script all over again. Of course, that’s pretty obvious to anyone who has followed Democrats over the last three years. It’s how they roll. Not working as of yet.

    430. SusyQue says:

      Youtube and the Deep State has banned the live feed. More reducing our constitutional rights to be free and watch what we want.
      This is a live feed that you can watch https://banned.video/

      God Bless America!

    431. jason says:

      Politics makes strange bedfellows.

      Corey endorsing a racist bigot and saying he might be voting for the Mother of all Nanny Staters while claiming moral superiority and to being a conservative.

      Bunu, who claimed Romney and McCain were way too “liberal”, endorsing Tulsi Gabbard, a rabid left winger who supports socialized medicine, has a “F” rating from the NRA, and endorsed the Green New Deal that would destroy the economy.

    432. jason says:

      “and to carry them openly in Jesus name”

      Hmmmm, I think that was referring to swords during the Crusades…

    433. SusyQue says:

      Heavenly Father, God Almighty, I pray for every 2 Amendment American Patriot today to be safe and held in your arms while protecting our citizens from evil. Put your hands around our Patriots and hold them tightly with your blessings as we embark upon the darkness. Let the light shine on the love we hold for our brothers and sisters in this time of need. We are being invaded and our way of life is being destroyed by the invaders. In Jesus Christ name, I pray. Amen.

    434. jason says:

      Thank God Phil and Tina checked in, because with ssq’s arrival the average IQ had dropped to 70.

    435. Tina says:

      What is happening in Va today?

      Are kkk joe Walsh and blackface meeting?

    436. jason says:

      I think ssq is a moonbat troll who comes here to post trash and then point out to other moonbats that the conservative sites are crazy.

    437. jason says:

      Those who oppose abortion should consider a situation SusyQue gets pregnant with Bunu’s baby.

    438. SusyQue says:

      What do you mean Jason. This is not trash at all. Our rights are being taken away.

      “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” That is what the governar is afraid of.

      WE have to stand up for our rights. The unamerican governer wants to take our rights away.

    439. Cash Cow TM says:

      So when the senate votes to NOT convict Trump of impeachment charges, does Pelosi immediately re-impeach Trump again….

      Or does she have to wait until after Trump is reelected and then impeach him after that?

      How frequently can you impeach a president?
      Once a month?
      Once a term?
      Asking for a friend…

    440. jason says:

      This is not trash at all.”

      I am a firm supporter of the 2nd Amendment.


      “God given right to have guns and to carry them openly in Jesus name.”

      Is trash.

    441. Cash Cow TM says:

      I bunch of 2nd amendment rights gun folks are heading to Richmond VA today…

      Hope this doesn’t turn out to be asshats vs. moonbats like Charlotte…

    442. jason says:

      If Trump is acquitted and re-elected, of course the Dems will try to impeach him again.

      I would bet all of Bunu’s gold on it.

    443. jason says:

      I would go too but there is a $500 fine in Richmond if your horse craps on the sidewalk.

    444. Wes says:

      Mein Gott! Bunu and SusyQue both checked in on this thread!

      What the hell!

    445. Wes says:

      To answer your question, Walt, the Constitution gives no limits on how often the House can impeach anyone, including the President. Theoretically the House can impeach Trump once a month till he leaves office, though I rather think the backlash from the American people would be quite significant for that kind of idiocy.

    446. jason says:

      Wes, the risk is they will start talking to each other and one thing will lead to another and then they will reproduce.

      Then we will have a real national emergency.

    447. lisab says:

      gold has out performed stocks over the last 20 years … by a lot

      it is a perfectly legitimate investment in a diversified portfolio

      i would not own physical gold myself, and i only invest in gold through a s&p 500 mutual fund — it has 2 gold companies — and also through an international mutual fund — which has several canadian companies

      but so long as you realize it is ONE investment out of hopefully hundreds you are fine

    448. lisab says:

      sort of a standard investment portfolio to start with,
      that you can adjust given your personal situation

      20% wilshire 5000 or s&p 500 mutual fund for long term grown
      20% bonds
      20% blue chips
      20% international stocks
      20% divided up in real estate, treasuries, hobbies, art, coins,stamps,etc.

      most people invest the final 20% in their home

    449. Tgca says:


      Go get them SSQ! We need folks like you to stand up before they start slowly breaking down 2nd Amendment rights further…which is their real goal me thinks. Whittle away rights until it becomes the norm they want and folks don’t remember the original rights they had.

      I would join you but I’m in the midst of putting together an urgent meal plan for a Bitter so he can get his weight down to a manageable 125 to 130 pounds since LisaB recently informed us he was obese. Now I know why he wears all those sweaters. They’re great for full figured dudes.

    450. Tgca says:


      Bull dinky Jadon!

      Jesus was not against arming one self. The Bible is full of examples of protecting oneself and striking down enemies.

      I’m sure if Jesus were alive and walking amongst us in the flesh today, he would be carrying his AR-15 and wearing a MAGA hat.

    451. lisab says:


      you are more of an old testament guy aren’t you?