The Impeachment Dam is Breaking Among Republicans

    The third-highest ranking Republican in the US House has said she will vote to impeach Donald Trump. From The Washington Post.

    Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), No. 3 Republican in the House, said Tuesday she will vote to impeach President Trump, saying there has “never been a greater betrayal” by a president to his office and his oath to the Constitution days after a pro-Trump mob attacked the Capitol.

    From CNN, Mitch McConnell seems be signaling to his Republican colleagues on the US Senate side that Trump should be impeached as well.

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has indicated that he believes that impeaching President Donald Trump will make it easier to get rid of the President and Trumpism from the Republican Party, according to a source with knowledge of the matter.

    Not sure that is completely the case, but sticking with him in lockstep definitely doesn’t help in the broader electorate that you need to win at this point.

    Posted by Dave at 7:17 pm
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    465 Responses to “The Impeachment Dam is Breaking Among Republicans”

    1. SanDiegoCitizen says:


    2. Bitterlaw says:

      I do not accept the result of the first post by SDC.


    3. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Bitter, I strongly disagree with you. Therefore, the board needs to impeach me because I am inciting and insurrection against your viewpoint.

    4. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Trump’s popularity may be going up.

      “President Donald Trump’s approval rating has actually increased slightly since his followers’ riot on the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday.

      As of Monday, January 11, Trump’s approval rating stands at 48 percent, according to the Rasmussen polling firm. About 51 percent of respondents disapprove of Trump’s job performance. The former number is higher than in recent polling from the same pollster.

      A Rasmussen poll released on December 31, 2020 showed Trump’s approval rating at 45 percent. However, in Rasmussen polls released on January 5 and 6, 2021, his approval rating rose to 47 percent. Then, by January 7, the day after the riots, the pollster listed Trump’s approval rating as 49 percent, just a point above where it stands as of Monday, January 11.”

    5. John says:

      If anyone is having trouble with their parlor app. I deleted my Parler app and reinstalled it and it’s back up!!

    6. Phil says:

      Watching Liz Cheney get a tongue bath from the MSM as we speak.

      One Democratic strategist is all over twitter saying her “profile in courage” moment now makes her “the Republican front runner in 2024”

      Okie Dokie.

      Do you think that guy actually knows a single Republican?

      You can’t make this sh*t up.

      Yep, according to the left it’s going to be a titanic struggle for the GOP nomination between Cheney and Hogan with Romney being the king maker. LOL.

    7. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Former Vice President Dick Cheney and House GOP Conference Chair Liz Cheney have pulled a power play against President Trump’s attempt to overthrow the election.

      From Axios: “Driving the news: The elder Cheney helped pull together an op-ed from all 10 living former defense secretaries to warn against military intervention to thwart a transfer of power. Liz Cheney pounded out a 21-page argument against plans to try to stall certification of Biden’s win.”

      So is Dick Cheney now compiling a list of countries he wants to send U.S. troops into? So is that the Republican alternative: going back to the failed policies of Bush/Cheney?

    8. eriepa says:

      Sure John, Parler’s back up and Joe Bidens not senile.

    9. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      6. Romney will be playing king maker on his way out as a Utah senator — he may run for president in 2024 instead; but he won’t run for re-election in Utah because he might not win.

      “Though Utah voters reluctantly elected Trump in 2016, a new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll shows 53% oppose the president losing his job, and 40% do so strongly. The survey, conducted by pollster Scott Rasmussen, showed 39% favor removal from office, while 8% are unsure. Trump won Utah with only 45% percent of the vote.”

      Utah Republicans oppose Trump’s removal by nearly 80%.

    10. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Parler is coming back:

      After Amazon Web Services (AWS) severed ties with “Parler, citing the social-media platform’s history of hosting far-right extremist content that contributed to Wednesday’s riot at the US Capitol, the social platform appears to have found a new home.

      Parler registered its domain with Epik, a company known for hosting other far-right websites including Gab, according to publicly available WHOIS information.”

    11. Bitterlaw says:

      SDC – Just because the Hedgehog mob supports your first, I have been here and devoted 16 years to building a reputable blog community. Your usurpation of a first is intolerable.

    12. Cash Cow TM says:


      Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have announced plans to ban Re[publicans from owning carrier pigeons.

    13. eriepa says:

      Parler hopefully will be back, but it isnt back now and if you have an iphone and delete the app, as of right now, there is no way to reinstall it.

    14. JeffP says:

      There is no legal basis to impeach Trump. He did not incite violence in his speech. Cheney and Mcconnell are establishment swamp creatures they are no better than Pelosi and Shumer…I hope this effort fails…They obviously do not care about winning elections…you cannot win without the base.

    15. Phil says:

      I thought Tump was going to be gone by this time next week…..but that’s apparently not enough for a couple of dozen Republican congressmen. They believe joining Pelosi and her band of whackos from her party in a last second impeachment is a great idea. Yeah, and impeaching a guy who is on his way out the door anyway in a week is going to do what exactly? Splain it to me, Lucy.

      Well, I guess the strategy is simply to piss off many in the base just for the hell of it. Seems solid. Why would you do that when you are going to need those voters to win future elections? Well, fortunately that is Mitch’s problem now that he’s decided. Not my problem or concern any longer but boy, they don’t call it the party of stupid for nothing. Nice going Mitch and Liz.

      Democrats now control:

      The MSM
      All social media
      Pubic Education
      Higher education
      Corporate America
      The government bureaucracy
      The entertainment industry – including now sports

      So DC Republicans have decided the Republican Party doesn’t have enough disadvantages – they have decided to piss off their base in addition to it all – and for no reason.

      It’s simply laughable.

    16. Bitterlaw says:

      Pence rejects using 25th Amendment. That’s good. Of course, he said he was going to the Inauguration. So I guess that makes him a villain again at HHR.

      Pence has had a strange ride here. When he agreed to be Trump’s VP, Robbie crucified him. Now, Robbie praises him but he is condemned by many for not delaying certification of the EC vote.

    17. Tgca says:


      I hope Dick Cheney’s heart finally gives out.

    18. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – Considering it is not your problem, you post a lot about it.

    19. Phil says:

      It’s a political site, bitter. I’d say impeachment would be a rather prominent topic. Posting about it certainly doesn’t mean I think it’s MY problem If i considered it such I might be inclined to contribute money, vote, or in some way participate in the political system (such as it is). I no longer intend to do any of that.

      I’m just a poster on a political site.

    20. Chicon says:

      Adam Kinzinger will vote to impeach. He’s rumored to be running against Fat Pritzker for Governor of Illinois. Not a chance in Hades I will vote for him. Time to SEND A MESSAGE. Sorry Wes.

    21. Chicon says:

      16 – Robbie is all over the map. It happens when you have no foundation.

    22. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – I refuse to give up on you, Jason, and Tgca. You say you don’t care but you do. Trading the 3 of you for Robbie is not a winning hand.

    23. Bitterlaw says:

      I posted this yesterday but did not see a response. In a hypothetical district, if a majority of a Republican’s constituents want them to vote for impeachment but they do not, is their obligation to the voters or to their own judgment?

    24. Tgca says:

      Primary these 6 Republicans trying to censure Trump.

      He did NOT incite violence. He was within his legal right to question the election and file lawsuits given the facts and circumstances.

      He did NOTHING illegal! No statements have been brought forward to show he incited violence. Trump being Trump is not a crime.

      If these 6 Republicans believe he incited violence then they should vote to impeach and not censure.

      These are just more cowards trying to find a way to make themselves look good. They know they face challenges in 2022 for night impeaching so they’ll try to say they brought censure instead.

      That makes them even more pathetic because they lack the courage to impeach.

    25. Victrc says:

      The left couldn’t pull off their coup detat for four years, it appears in the waning days they might just do it after all.

      This is the most obvious attempt to destroy the competition in American political history. Impeaching Trump is not just about ensuring he doesn’t run again in 2024, it’s about causing a civil war within the party so that no Republican can win a national, or, even a state wide election again in the near future. With the backing of the entertainment industry, the media and now certain parts of corporate America they may just pull it off.

      Creating a conservative third party only ensures continued absolute power of the left. Insanity. I hope there are 34 GOP senators with a backbone that can stop it

    26. eriepa says:

      So you are assuming that most of these Comgessman have a conscience thats guiding their judgement? The vast majority of these reps would sell their mother if it would gaurentee them another 2 years. Any break from Trump is because they live in the Washington media bubble, and believe everyone has turned on Trump.

      It has to be tough for alot of these Congressmen having to ask for votes from a base they despise.

    27. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      11. “SDC – Just because the Hedgehog mob supports your first, I have been here and devoted 16 years to building a reputable blog community. Your usurpation of a first is intolerable.”

      Bitter, you may have been here for 16 years, with a lot of staid Easterners, but I arrived in 2014 and along with other rustics and independents made things lively. Republicans began winning elections again (2014 and 2016). It was a great ride; ended by the epidemic at the end of 2020. So, in the Hedgehog mob spirit of compromise (something foreign to Trump), I will concede the 1st and agree to share it with you.

    28. WizardofCozz says:

      How’s everyone doing. I see R’s cant get out of their own way. We cut our noses to spite our faces. This is lunacy. McConnell would be an idiot to allow impeachment to proceed and if he thinks he’s going to remove trumpism welcome to a decade of D dominance. On a positive note my HS team moved to 7-0 with a 60-39 win unfortunately my best player hurt her knee in 2nd quarter. Praying she’s alright and not an ACL tear.

    29. Tgca says:


      Stoopid hypothetical.

      1st of all, how would they know without hearing directly from their constituents whether they should impeach or not, as there has been NO reporting of such favor to impeach under this hypothetical.

      2nd, with nearly 80% of Trump supporters believing the election stolen and the last few polls since the Capitol breach showing Trump’s support has grown, and that Trump carried the vast majority of red counties in the US, it is most probable these Republican constituents of which 95% backed him in the election would want no such impeachment action.

      3rd, your hypothetical does not address the opposite case. Should Dems in their district ask the same question? Being that a number of Dems are in GOP districts, should they not consider not voting for impeachment under your hypothetical?

      Your attempt at false equivalency to question whether others here are potentially hypocritical suggest that you are closer to the liberal Republicans view that want Trump gone at any cost than the vast majority of conservative Republicans who do not, which is not unexpected considering that you surround yourself with center-left people at a minimum in your community and therefore influenced by those views and you struggle relating to others outside your community’s views.

    30. John says:

      Parler is online for me. So is Gab.

    31. eriepa says:

      Parler is not online.

    32. Tgca says:

      Oh! Isn’t this rich!

      Twitter complaining about being censored and it’s users locked out during a foreign election in Uganda!

      What I find ironic is not that Uganda is behaving badly in this manner, as would be expected, but of how Twitter whines about “rules for thee, but not for me.” The irony is astounding.

      Here’s part of the story:

      After permanently banning President Trump and other prominent conservatives last Friday, Twitter condemned the blocking of social media and messaging apps by Uganda during the African nation’s election, prompting many Twitter users to point out the irony.

      “Ahead of the Ugandan election, we’re hearing reports that Internet service providers are being ordered to block social media and messaging apps,” said a tweet from the account of Twitter’s Global Policy Team.

    33. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca – The lead paint you are as a child still contaminates your brain. I wanted Trump to win. I voted for him. I said the election was stolen. I said Trump did not incite anything. I have passed your litmus tests so GFY. There are swing districts and I would not be surprised if Representatives are wrestling with my hypothetical.

      I generally avoid political discussions and I rarely instigate them. However, I have good hearing and learn a great deal from what is overheard. Considering that you are EXPERT on almost everything and semi-retired, you could easily afford to live where I do. Strangely, you seem to gravitate towards areas more liberal than my town while you prance (deliberately chosen word to convey lack of care rather than swish unless) around while pretending to be a gay Braveheart screaming “Freedom!”

    34. Bitterlaw says:

      Swish unless should be swishiness.

    35. Tgca says:


      It’s a false equivalence.

      You constantly take every opportunity you get to try and put people down by suggesting you’re the true conservative and can admit the truth about how awful Trump is while all else are just Trump sycophants. You’re similar to Wobbie in that sense.

      The truth appears to me that you’re a coward to admit any truth about yourself and you’re just projecting your weakness and insecurities on others, as you appear terrified to step outside your comfort zone and admit you have more in common with your snobbish elitist metrosexual neighbors than you do with true conservatives.

      I have no desire to live in a snobbish elitist community pretending you and your neighbors are any better than the folks in a Philly.

      You remind me of the tortured gay men who can’t admit they’re gay and make every excuse as to why they’re not and criticizing other gay men. It’s not common but it exists.

      Get over it! You have more in common with your Philly suburban liberals than you do most here. Why can’t you just admit that?

    36. Tgca says:

      33. SDC

      Have you considered the same can be said of HHR?

      I noticed sometimes I see an “unsecure site” message when accessing HHR from certain devices.

    37. Bitterlaw says:

      I am afraid to admit truths about myself? Seriously? A few days ago I was told I post too much about myself. Now I am not honest about myself. I love this place. You have clearly not read and understood any of my posts if you believe I am better than anybody. I am not. Of course, you will deny what I just typed because you lie constantly about me for some unknown reason.

      I am not a coward because every day since my niece died I have forced myself out of bed to endure another day on this planet.

      You are a joke, Tgca. You can’t refute what I cay so you create this metrosexual persona for me which you argue against even though it is absurd to anybody who knows me. This site has true conservatives as well as Trump sycophants. Some are both. Trump is awful but his adversaries are worse so I supported him.

    38. Bitterlaw says:

      I noted that Tgca ignored that I wanted Trump to win, voted for Trump, said the election was stolen and Trump should not be impeached because he did not incite any violence. That does not fit his nonsense about me so he ignores it.

    39. Tgca says:


      Posting too much of yourself is not the same as being honest with yourself?

      Geez! You really remind me of my mom! You appear not to be happy unless you’re miserable, and letting everyone else know how really miserable you are on a daily basis. It must be a Jersey thing.

      Woe is Bitter! Put on this Earth to suffer like no one ever before him.

      You sure you’re not gay? I’ve seen less drama from a crowd of drag queens.

    40. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      My assumption already was that HHR is not a secure site. Do not have any issues with it. If someone was posting something extreme, like occupying the Capitol building — am sure they would be called out on it, and reported to the appropriate law enforcement agencies.

    41. Tgca says:


      I ignored nothing. You’re simplistic view of the world does not comprehend the issue here.

      My argument is not over the politics of your comments but over your insinuation that you really know better than the rest of us how awful Trump is and how you can admit it in spite of voting for him but the rest of us are hypocrites for decrying the liberals in similar circumstances while giving Trump a pass.

      Your simplistic view of life shows your ignorance and self-righteousness in this regard, just like Wobbie.

      I’m off to bed now so you can go fret in a dark room how miserable your life is for the rest of the evening.

      Adios Bish!

    42. Tgca says:


      Should we call out to CPAC that Bitter is really a Philly suburban metrosexual and not a REAL conservative?

    43. lisab says:

      AOC demands biden’s gulags use 100% renewable energy

    44. lisab says:

      to promote gender equity, biden orders US post office to now offer two delivery options: mail and femail

    45. lisab says:

      biden unveils skin color chart to determine who gets federal aid

    46. lisab says:

      Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer have announced plans to ban Re[publicans from owning carrier pigeons.

      mitch mcconnell caught shooting messenger pigeons sent by the trump team

    47. lisab says:

      just want to remind all my hhr fellow posters

      that everything is absolutely fine


      free speech is being curtailed and political opponents of the democratic party are being targeted and suppressed by … well … everyone … including people of your own party!

      both can be true!

      (well … maybe not … but freedom of speech is overrated, especially if the person speaking is a deplorable)

    48. JeffP says:

      Trump wins Montana with 70% of the vote and the only representative Liz Cheney wants to impeach on bogus charges. Let’s see is she representing her constituents? LOL….She should be primary candidate number one.

    49. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      49. Cheney is from the neighboring state of Wyoming; agree she should be primary candidate number one. Here congressional career is over after the 2022 election.

    50. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Good Morning. I think you meant Wyoming,not Montana.
      Rank and File Republicans are already asking for her resignation from leadership.
      Dick Cheney was the lead advocate of the five living Secretaries of Defense calling for Trump’s impeachment last week.

      IMHO, this sounds like the dying gasp of the GOPe.

    51. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The House of Representatives passed the resolution calling on Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment, but it was a party-line vote — 223-205. Only Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger voted in favor. Five Republicans abstained.

      Kinzinger attacked clergy who backed Trump: “I believe there’s a huge burden on pastors and clergy who openly spread conspiracies of a stolen election…to admit their mistakes and lead their flocks out of darkness to truth.” Kinzinger, a close friend of former congressman Aaron Schock, appears to have left the reservation for some underlying reason, which at this point is subject to speculation.

    52. Messy says:

      William Henry Harrison will no longer be the shortest-serving president.

    53. jason says:

      Primary every one of these scumbags, and yes, Liz Cheney is a good start.

    54. JeffP says:

      Thanks…yes Wyoming…I think I should wait until I have coffee before I post.

    55. Messy says:

      If Trump had accepted the results in November, the Republicans would still have the senate and Parlor would still be thriving.

      He probably would have been invited to the Obama library opening. No more.

    56. Wes says:

      You must expect Biden to die before February 2, Messy the Moron.

    57. Wes says:

      Err, February 20.

    58. Messy says:

      54. That would be fun.

    59. jason says:

      Of course, he said he was going to the Inauguration. So I guess that makes him a villain again at HHR.”

      No, it makes him a villain period.

      By giving legitimacy to Biden’s “win” he shows that he lacks any backbone.

    60. Messy says:

      57. Nope. Moscow mitch is going to the scumbag get removed. Pence will be president for ~71 hours.

    61. jason says:

      Parlor would still be thriving’



      Messy Moron has to be the most ignorant troll ever to come here.

    62. jason says:

      If Trump had accepted the results in November,”

      He would be a sucker.

    63. JeffP says:

      I forgot about Pence caving to MSM & Corporate pressure in 2015 on the LBGT business protection law in Indiana until it came up in a conversation last night.

    64. JeffP says:

      The Senate race collapse happened when Mitch torpedoes 2K stimulus and GA GOP establishment was pulling their never Trump crap.

    65. Wes says:

      As I recall I was Liz Cheney’s biggest detractor on here a couple of years ago while Jason and others liked her. What a difference a few years can make.

    66. jason says:

      Heh, the Capitol protesters were not even at Trump’s speech….

    67. jason says:

      “And while the Washington Post clumsily attempts to blame President Trump for the violence – despite the President calling for “peaceful” protests and the “cheering on” of Congressmen – their own article admits the “first wave of protesters arrived at the Capitol about 12:40pm.”

      President Trump’s speech didn’t conclude until 1:11pm, and with at least a 45-minute walk between the two locations with crowd-related delays, that would put the first people from Trump’s speech at Capitol Hill no earlier than 1:56pm – a full hour and sixteen minutes after troublemakers arrived.

      In fact, rioters who breached the perimeter would have had to leave before Trump’s speech even began (at 12pm precisely) to make it in time for the events as they are detailed by authorities.

      The Washington Post also states: “Sund’s outer perimeter on the Capitol’s west side was breached within 15 minutes,” meaning the Capitol was breached over an hour before Trump speech attendees could have even begun to arrive.

      This correlates with Sund’s interview, where he admits: “I realized at 1pm, things aren’t going well… I’m watching my people getting slammed.”

      Again, 1pm would have been a full 56-minutes before any Trump speech-attendees could have begun arriving, let alone breaching the perimeter and clashing with police. Downtown Washington, D.C. roads were closed. There was no way of arriving faster, let alone before the President had finished speaking.

      At 1:09pm, still before the President had finished speaking, Sund called the Sergeants-at-arms of the House and Senate. He told them it was time to call in the National Guard. He even said he wanted an emergency declaration. Both, however, said they would “run it up the chain” and get back to him.

      At 1:50pm the Capitol itself was breached. Still before most Trump speech attendees could have arrived.”

    68. Wes says:

      JeffP says:
      January 13, 2021 at 8:08 am
      The Senate race collapse happened when Mitch torpedoes 2K stimulus and GA GOP establishment was pulling their never Trump crap.

      That’s an overly simplistic analysis of the GA results and ignores the fact that Trump actually was complicit in what happened. McConnell was the final domino to fall and cost the GOP those seats, but Trump was definitely a factor.

    69. jason says:

      rump actually was complicit in what happened.”

      Why, exactly.

      Because he didn’t accept losing GA by 12k votes when there were obviously tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of illegal votes?

      The “complicit” people were the Governor and the SOS never Trumper morons that couldn’t even agree to conduct a fair investigation of all the alleged fraud irregularities. In essence they just allied themselves with Stacy Abrams.

      And again, Raphael Warnock, a Cuba style communist, wouldn’t have gotten over 2 million votes in GA if his rhetoric wasn’t acceptable to most voters. That is the 800 lb gorilla here, changing ideology. A lot of brainwashed leftist whites voted for this guy, nothing to do with Trump or McConnell.

      If you want to blame someone for the loss of the seats, blame leftist academia and the MSM and the scumbag SOS.

    70. jason says:

      GA GOP establishment was pulling their never Trump crap”

      I think the effect of the $2k check is way overrated.

      Would anyone here or do you know anyone that is not a Dem that would have voted for a communist like Warnock and giving control of the senate to the DEMS because of a $1400 check?

    71. Phil says:

      So, how long will it be until Liz is invited to be on the View? The skanks love useful idiots.

      Hogan-Baker in in 24, baby!

    72. jason says:

      The senate election was close the first time around also, almost a tie in both races.

      Were Trump and McConnell “complicit” too for that to happen?

    73. jason says:

      Hogan-Baker in in 24, baby!”

      Ah yes, “normal” Republicans.

    74. Tgca says:


      GFY Wes!

      GA senate losses had nothing to do with Trump!

      Trump has pretty much done everything right as President. He has been the victim of day in and day out assault on him for the last 4 years.

      Name one thing….just one thing he’s done wrong to deserve any of the criticism he has received during his term.

      It’s all part of a vast left-wing conspiracy to bring him down.

      As I posted last night, I’m no Trump sycophant and call them as I see them.

    75. Tgca says:



      *Tgca raises hand*

      I could use the $1,400. I ain’t got no job no more.

    76. Phil says:

      So, I see Mitch is going to give Biden what he wants. Here Joe, you can have your cake and eat it too. Prompt Senate confirmation of all your Marxist appointments while at the same time you get to have your show trial of an ex president.

      Meanwhile not a peep out Mitch and his boys about the blatant censorship of conservatives by big tech.

      Yes sir!!

    77. Phil says:

      Excellent, Tgca.

      More censorship. Naw, they are just protecting us from violence. Nothing to see here.

    78. Tgca says:

      Lunatic racist Bish!

      Biden’s nominee for DOJ Civil Rights Division has history of statements advocating blacks are superior to whites because they have more melanin.

      Does that mean if I lacked the proper melanin amount I can seek disability status?

      Disability income along with my $2,000 check will really help me since I ain’t got no job no more.

    79. Tgca says:


      Thank you Phil.

      It’s not the 1st time someone told me “Excellent.”

      I think I shall change my handle to “The EXCELLENT EXPERT” or TEE for short.

    80. jason says:

      Good news for travelers!

      “Today, we are announcing that CNN Airport Network will end operations as of March 31.”

      Zucker blamed COVID-19 and reduced airport traffic and stuff:

      “The steep decline in airport traffic because of COVID-19, coupled with all the new ways people are consuming content on their personal devices, has lessened the need for the CNN Airport Network.”

    81. jason says:

      Dang, maybe I will have to come out of political retirement to vote for this guy.


      Breaking News
      Florida Governor Makes Takes Moves to Divest State Funds from Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google and Twitter.

    82. jason says:

      I wish I could divest from Amazon and Google, but I am hooked on Amazon Prime and hard to navigate without Google. But I have no use for Twitter or FB.

    83. jason says:

      Food for thought for Robbie Goebbels and other tiny tent Rs.


      “November’s election revealed that the class realignment of our two parties is solidifying. Democrats have increasingly emerged as the party of upscale suburbs, of Silicon Valley and Hollywood and Wall Street, of the owners of capital and the professionals who service them. The GOP, meanwhile, is trending toward a multiracial working-class party, preferred by those who generally make their living by toil. . . .

      The corporate backlash will no doubt scare some Republican faux-populists into dropping even their rhetorical gestures toward the working class. The old guard awaits the wayward prodigal, to return to the comfortable fold of marginal tax cuts and useless foreign wars. Picture Paul Ryan’s wingtips stamped on the face of the American right — forever.

      But that would be a monumental mistake, because as 2016 showed and 2020 confirmed, the votes simply aren’t there for that. The old agenda threatened to turn the GOP into a regional rump party (see 2008 and 2012). By contrast, the Trump GOP, warts and all, expanded its appeal to Hispanics and young black men in 2020 while consolidating the white working class.

      Today’s Democrats sure don’t represent this multiracial working class. The party and its Big Tech and Big Media allies deliver mostly for the HR department — a k a you’re fired for saying the wrong thing. Mass student-loan forgiveness would end up transferring wealth from everyone else to the cognitive elite. Amazon’s Democratic-approved wokery masks appalling working conditions and union-busting.”

    84. jason says:

      I could have written that.

      Actually, I have….

    85. Gordon Allen says:

      The RNC just asked for a contribution. I told them to pound sand as a final shot,as after 50 years of being a Registered Republcan I’m going Independent . It shows in truth how shockingly alone Trump really was all along,and how miraculous it was he achieved what he did in domestic and foreign policy.
      I think a new party with a foundation of conservatives from the core of the old Republcan Party,along with the Trump Ian outreach to working class whites,blacks,hispanics,asians on more populist themes is the ( only) future left.
      The Wissing,Bush,Hogan Bitterlaw type ” Republicans” have set sail on an ocean cruise with a hole in the bottom of the boat.
      Their Republcan Party will shortly drown and sink to oblivion.
      I also think from some personal experience shedding the tag ” Republcan” will be a net plus. It has too many ingrained negatives.

    86. Bitterlaw says:

      71 I was roasted by Mr. Vito for criticizing anybody who stayed home and gave the Senate and the country to Democrats over the extra $1,400 check.

    87. Bitterlaw says:

      I am sure that the working class and/or minorities of new party will embrace an old white male who declares himself to be successful and well off.

      I prefer to find common ground with all of the people who supported Trump.

    88. Wes says:

      jason says:
      January 13, 2021 at 8:31 am
      The senate election was close the first time around also, almost a tie in both races.

      Were Trump and McConnell “complicit” too for that to happen?

      You are incredibly stupid, Jason. Trump spent two months trying to overturn the results of an election he had no realistic hope of winning. This had a noticeable effect of ginning up the Dem vote in GA. Then McConnell finally doomed Loeffler and Perdue by his remarkably tonedeaf procedural move on the $2000 checks.

      I posted recently how a number of factors including Trump, McConnell, and the GAGOP were complicit in the GA results, but because I had the audacity to say something bad about Trump, you–a rabid attack dog without the brains of one–went on the warpath.

      Now go post some more conspiracy theories about the Webb-Allen race and GFY.

    89. jason says:

      “Trump spent two months trying to overturn the results of an election he had no realistic hope of winning. This had a noticeable effect of ginning up the Dem vote in GA.”

      TDS garbage and drivel

      Trump lost WI, AZ and GA by a combined 43k votes…why didn’t he have a realistic hope of winning if he could uncover the fraud that certainly occurred in all 3 states?

      “Ginning up Dem vote in GA”

      “Noticeable”… what a crock.

      Facts not in evidence, since Dem turnout was actually lower.

      The problem was not all R voters turned out, and that you can blame on the GAGOP.

    90. Chicon says:

      I hate to intercede in a Jason v. Wes battle, but here goes….

      1. Isn’t turnout for a runoff or special election ALWAYS considerably lower than for a Presidential election?

      2. Wasn’t the outcome pretty close to the percentages of November?

    91. Phil says:


      Pelosi’s lead impeachment manager objected to Trump electors in 2016.

      You couldn’t have made this up if you tried.

    92. Phil says:

      Democratic congresswoman Mikie Sherrill released video on Facebook claiming she witnessed Republican congressmen leading groups of people on a reconnaissance mission throughout the Capital buildiing the day before the ‘insurrection.”

      She didn’t get around to naming names, but, hey, it happened. She said so.

    93. Cash Cow TM says:

      Had interesting long conversations with two different people.

      They both said (incorrectly) that 60 different judges have looked at all the evidence and found no voter fraud.

      Neither were aware that in no case has any judge examined all the evidence and that over 2000 sworn affidavits of voting/counting irregularities has never been adjudicated in a court of law.

      Neither one was aware of the video showing 6 GA poll workers pulling out 6 suitcases full of ballots FROM UNDERNEATH A DRAPED TABLE and for several hours counting the votes, running them through machines multiple times–AFTER THE COUNTING WAS STOPPED AND WITH NO POLL WATCHERS PRESENT.

      Neither was aware that the EC vote was so close and that Trump would win the EC if he could show enough voter fraud in AZ, WI and GA.

      Lots of other voting casting, counting irregularities they were unaware of.

      They both are still happy Biden won.

    94. Wes says:


      You are a liar and a moron, Jason. I routinely said Trump had a right to challenge the results in court. He never proved his case despite his two-month-long temper tantrum. It did hurt the Republicans in Georgia as anyone but a Flavor Aid-guzzling idiot like you can see. Considering I explicitly said Mitch McConnell was the final factor in the GA results, you are among the stupidest asswipes ever to post on this blog. That’s some great company you have there with TIPW and Messy the Moron.

      You just couldn’t stand the fact that I said anything remotely critical of Trump and had to try to refute what I said with your trademark trite pablum that proves nothing and convinces no one.

      Now why don’t you put on your tinfoil hat and show me the “proof” you’ve compiled showing me how Jim Webb stole George Allen’s Senate seat?

    95. Tgca says:

      Ok. As as the resident EXCELLENT EXPERT, I will intervene to resolve this debate issue and calm both Jadon and Wes so they don’t spend the entire day insulting one another and making everyone at HHR feel uncomfortable and awkward.

      I’m concerned they will both work themselves up into a unhealthy stressful tizzy that results in:

      1. Mrs. Jadon piling up an extra portion of lard, grease, and salt in Jadon’s lunch in an effort to comfort (a.k.a. expedite payment from the insurance policy) him, and

      2. Wes tensely applying too much massage pressure upon his exclusive male clients causing unnecessary pain and discomfort, and having to make up for it with FREE happy endings.

      Jadon and Wes both have valid points but the reason for the GA senate losses are noted below with appropriate assigned probabilities in my EXCELLENT EXPERT opinion.

      89.76% for vote by mail discrepancies and abuse thanks to the GA Gov and SoS

      10% Mitch refusing to schedule the $2,000 stimulus vote

      .24%. Trump whining about election fraud.

      So there it is. Consider the debate issue resolved and settled!

    96. Tgca says:


      Oops! I guess I was too late in posting my settlement.

      Let’s see if Jadon takes Michelle O’s advice and takes the higher road.

      What’s the going bets here?

    97. Wes says:

      All that said, I’m absolutely appalled Pelosi is trying to impeach Trump one more time. Trump is gone in a week. It’s a stretch to claim Trump called for the riots that occurred. This is just Pelosi’s vindictiveness trying to twist the knife once more into an already defeated man.

      It’s pure theater based on unbridled hate, and I hope the people involved pay a heavy price in the upcoming years.

    98. Tgca says:

      Ciento pootahs!


    99. Tgca says:



      I should have not done that.

      Hope Meldrim doesn’t see it or he’s gonna go into a fit over my ghetto Spanglish!

    100. Tgca says:

      I predict Trump will rise in popularity with working class and minorities, and maintain his GOP support over time as he goes on to criticize the Dems, MSM, Big Tech, and Wobbie and his GOP ilk over the next 4 years.

      Why you ask?

      Because folks are not dumb and can see through this, especially after the plantee-ful riots by BLM and Antifa last summer killing a few dozen that resulted in politicians turning a blind eye to themselves when a number of the Dems called for rioting.

      All Pelosi did was water down the value of impeachment to make it “ no big deal” for most.

      Now the GOP can call for it at various times over the next 4 years every time Biden acts even mildly inappropriate.

    101. Phil says:

      Wes, the vindictive behavior from Pelosi is disgraceful. About par for the course, however.

      I consider the treachery of the Liz Cheney’s even more vile, however.

      Liz wants her wars.

    102. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      I doubt that anything will come of this, but Liz Cheney is receiving some flack. She has been accused by other Republicans of working with the Democrats in recruiting GOP congresscritters to vote YES on impeachment.

    103. Tgca says:

      Viking Man is being held in AZ jail and refuses to eat because he only eats organic. That is sooooo f*ckin’ HOT!!!

      I’m gonna start a GoFundMe for the dude so we can get him some organic tofu and green tea ASAP!

      His interview in the below link shows what a frightening and intimidating man he is so beware all you Bishes in prison.

    104. OHIO Joe says:

      Miss. Cheney is a fool. She should do the honorable thing and resign.

    105. Phil says:

      Liz wants her wars.

      She also hates Trump because he had the gall to go up against and defeat the powers that be in the Republican Party. I mean, it’s their party. Right? Who did he think he was anyway? It belongs to the Bush clan, Dick Cheney, Romney, the Washington Generals in the Republican senatorial caucus, Paul Ryan and the rest of the useless, constituent back stabbing pukes.

    106. Wes says:

      It’s rare when I agree with Ohio Joe, but he’s right about Liz Cheney.

    107. Phil says:

      Liz and her old man never met a war they didn’t like.

    108. WizardofCozz says:

      Liz is a fool, but it doesn’t surprise me, as the Cheney clan has no love for Trumpers. Though she is just asking to be primaried in a state that Trump does exceptionally well in. McConnell is the one who should know better, if it is even insinuated that he goes along with this impeachment the R’s are done nationally for the foreseeable future as many R voters won’t vote if they feel it’s rigged on both sides.

    109. Wes says:

      Heh, Phil.

      Ironically Dick Cheney avoided war by multiple deferments. He and GWB were quick to send other people into a situation Bush and Cheney themselves were eager to avoid.

    110. Tgca says:

      106 update

      Freedom prevails!

      Viking Man will now be fed organic diet pet court order while in jail awaiting charges.

      I was about to go on a fast in support of Viking Man. My thought is until he can have his tofu and green tea, I will refrain from eating mine.

    111. lisab says:

      if you guys could all just settle down and follow the gop establishment

      they promise not to

      start a war
      raise your taxes
      outsource your job to china
      or let in a whole bunch of illegal immigrants

      from september to early november 2022.

    112. WizardofCozz says:

      Though I don’t think too much of Teddy Roosevelt as a president, he at least fought and led from the front in the Spanish American War, same with Eisenhower. You have the rich elites on the R side who wrap themselves in pro-military beliefs but wouldn’t set foot on the battlefield themselves.

    113. Phil says:


      Exactly right.

      McConnell would be leading the Republican Party into political suicide.

      Hard to sit here and watch as a conservative. Makes me so angry.

      Done with the Republican Party. As far as I’m concerned good riddance. Liz and company just gave us the finger.

    114. lisab says:

      well … mostly promise

    115. Phil says:

      Yeah, Wes. They like wars…..for others that is.

    116. Tgca says:

      Like it or not, the visual of Viking Man standing up at the Senate podium with an American flag and flexing will forever be enshrined in our national history and probably archived for future generations.

      He will probably become more recognizable than 90% of presidents. Look for sales of products of this and related images of him in the future too as the dust settles.

    117. Tgca says:

      116. Phil

      It’s not just about GOP loyalists. The cowardice of the GOP impacts many people, even those beyond the base.

      Everyone should call their GOP congressman and Senator and let them know what they think of Liz Cheney and supporting impeachment.

    118. Tgca says:

      Ha! Ha!

      Broke down in tears? REALLY?

      So House GOP wants to impeach Trump but they’re afraid and literally crying over it.

      CO Democrat Rep Jadon Crow:

      “I had a lot of conversations with my Republican colleagues. … A couple of them broke down in tears … saying that they are afraid for their lives if they vote for this impeachment.”

    119. Tgca says:

      Ha! Ha!

      The bartender has spoken!

      I guess we have to go to civil war with the south to liberate southern states.

      Other than Bitter, not sure how many GOPers gonna go for this.

      Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) vents in an Instagram Live session on Tuesday:

      “Southern States are not red states, they are suppressed states.

      Which means the only way that our country is going to heal is through the actual liberation of Southern states, the actual liberation of the poor, the actual liberation of working people from economic, social, and racial oppression. That’s the only way.”

    120. Phil says:

      Broke down in tears my ass.

    121. lisab says:

      we have to go to civil war with the south to liberate southern states

      well … there is precedent

    122. Tgca says:


      Is AOC calling for an uprising against politicians in southern states?

      What does she mean by liberating southern states?

      Where is Twitter? Google? Amazon?

      This woman is DANGEROUS!

    123. lisab says:

      there are national guard troops in the capitol for the impeachment

      just in case they are needed

    124. lisab says:

      Is AOC calling for an uprising against politicians in southern states?

      again … not even day 1

    125. Phil says:

      Oh goodie. I’ve been waiting years to be liberated. Thanks, AOC. Can we expect Liz’s support on this?

    126. lisab says:

      sooooo … what do you think the chances are the democrats will be more restrained once biden is in office?

    127. Tgca says:

      The conservative gay senator from South Carolina has spoken.

      Is he threatening violence now?

      Should Mitchy consider expulsion from the Senate?

      “Supporting the impeachment of President Trump under these circumstances will do great damage to the institutions of government and could invite further violence at a time the President is calling for calm. If there was a time for America’s political leaders to bend a knee and ask for God’s counsel and guidance, it is now. The most important thing for leaders to do in times of crisis is to make things better, not worse.

    128. lisab says:

      i would go to the store and buy popcorn

      but they are all closed due to covid

      and if they were open

      popcorn is not one of the ration cards i have

    129. Tgca says:

      Well, if we’re gonna have a new civil war, I wanna make sure this time the south has some better and definitely more trendy uniforms.

    130. lisab says:

      lindsey graham … the voice of treason 🙂

    131. lisab says:

      Well, if we’re gonna have a new civil war, I wanna make sure this time the south has some better and definitely more trendy uniforms.

      oh i agree … they need more colour, not blah grey

      i like the zouaves, they were fabulous!

    132. lisab says:

      or how about the spanish foreign legion!

    133. NYCmike says:

      “It’s pure theater based on unbridled hate, and I hope the people involved pay a heavy price in the upcoming years.”

      -Be careful, Wes, Big Tech is watching!

      One might INFER that “heavy price” means something evil and/or violent……..let me check with Robbie and “CG”…….

    134. Tgca says:

      Time to heal the country!

      Time for Unity!

      ADL asking DOJ to investigate Gab for criminal activity to see if their platform aided and abetted the Capitol attack.

      I don’t recall them asking the DOJ to investigate Facebook or Twitter when BLM and Antifa were organizing for riots that resulted in dozens killed last year.

    135. Bitterlaw says:

      Another war against the South? Well, they did get off pretty easy last time.

    136. NYCmike says:

      -Robbie and “CG” to lead the fight against this……once they impeach and Convict Trump, purge any of his supporters from any commercial activity and after they pass a bipartisan bill to mandate unity across the nation.

    137. Tgca says:

      San Antonio woman surreptitiously taped by Project Veritas doing voter fraud and giving gifts to voters to vote and ballot harvesting arrested for voter fraud in TX.

      Let’s see if this Bish goes to jail.

      Let’s see if Big Tech blocks Project Veritas too.

      The video is quite revealing.

    138. Meldrim says:

      #9, SDC, are you sure that poll of Utahans regarding impeachment is from this week and not from January 2020 (the first time that Pelosi impeached President Trump)? The text that you quoted makes reference to Trump getting only 45% in Utah in 2016 (when Egg McMuffin got like 20% as an Independent) and doesn’t mention Trump’s 2020 vote percentage in the state, so I believe that the poll is from last year.

    139. Tgca says:

      Ok. Time to be silly and consider the AOC and Bitter civil war fantasies to beat the south into submission of becoming like big city metrosexuals.

      Being that most military bases are in more conservative areas and red states tend to have the highest participation of military personnel, I think the blue states may be a little bit more challenged this time in a civil war.

      Besides, all the raw resources for war supplies and food are again more dominant in the red states.

      Let’s see how many of the metrosexuals in the big cities and their brethren Antifa would actually volunteer to fight a civil war.

    140. Meldrim says:

      #100 and 101, Tgca, saying “Ciento” for “one hundred” is not “ghetto Spanish,” it’s Google Translate Spanish. Maybe you learned your “Spanish” from Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan?

    141. Chicon says:

      Wes, do we have your permission to primary Liz, Kinzinger and the others siding with the Dems right now?

      Wouldn’t want to be ridiculed for SENDING A MESSAGE.

      I know Bitter would vote to reelect these turds since they’ve proven they can win.

    142. NYCmike says:

      “Wes, do we have your permission to primary…….”


      Of course not! They can win!

    143. Wes says:

      What’s the derogatory term of the day for Trump supporters you’re going to pull out of your ass and claim I use for them, Chicon?

    144. NYCmike says:


    145. NYCmike says:

      -Chicon, mnw,

      I will need to make another decision……right when the Islanders are getting a new home and have a good team in place……dang it……

    146. Phil says:

      Primary the useful idiots like Liz?

      I don’t know. That would be a question the Republicans will have to sort out…..what’s left of them.

    147. NYCmike says:

      All they had to do was repeat the lines “Let’s have a complete examination of all of the procedures each state followed to make sure they complied with the election laws written by their respective legislatures and signed into law by the sitting Executive at the time. Full disclosure and openness are the best way to achieve a united citizenry.”

    148. Wes says:

      Do I really need to answer the question, Mikey?

      Last I checked, I don’t control whether people run in primaries or not.

    149. Wes says:

      By the way, Jason claimed earlier today I have TDS. Ann Coulter actually has TDS, having called for his impeachment for Jared Kushner:

    150. Tgca says:


      Meldrim is a stuck up elitist Rican!

      He probably lives in the suburbs and is a practicing metrosexual too but I doubt in Bitter’s town because they don’t like people with too much melanin there.

      I bet Meldrim’s never even been on welfare, stole sneakers from a store, or had any 14 year-old relatives get pregnant by guys in their 20s.

      So what does he know about the Rican ghetto?

      Damn Rican snob!

    151. Chicon says:

      141 – given his response in 152, I’d say he will taunt anyone supporting a Republican running against an Establishment Republican.

    152. Phil says:

      Duke professors urge Biden in the first days of his administration to create “a misinformation commission” to counter right wing “lies”.

      They believe ‘it is time to seize the moment”

      I’ll bet they do.

      Maybe Liz can lend a hand. I’m for sure Robbie would pitch in.

    153. Tgca says:

      Jim Jordan now 3rd GOP Congressman to call for Liz Cheney to resign from leadership role or to let GOP have 2nd vote to chose new leadership.

      Let’s see now.

      3 Congressman wish to impeach Trump.

      3 Congressman wish to have Cheney removed from leadership.

      I would say Lizzy is about as popular or less so then Trump at the moment with the GOP.

    154. NYCmike says:

      Heard Coulter on the radio this morning…..she did mention something which would be ridiculous if true…..she said that the Section 230, which is in the news giving internet companies immunity from legal action for speech on their platform, was part of the USMCA Treaty ratified by the Senate.

      So now, not only would that part of the telecommunications law have to be repealed, but the treaty would have to be revised as well!

      Is that possibly true?

    155. Paul says:

      Trump should be impeached for using that San Antonio woman to steal Texas.

    156. Paul says:

      Trump should just go to hell.

    157. Tgca says:


      What Judy Garland songs did you listen to today?

    158. NYCmike says:

      “Trump should just go to hell.”

      -Cuomo and Deblasio told him he isn’t welcome back.

    159. NYCmike says:

      Luckily for Trump, DeSantis and Florida Republicans realize that rich people are good for a tax base.

    160. Chicon says:

      Mike Madigan is out as Speaker of the Illinois House. He was Speaker from 1983 until today, except two years that the Republicans controlled the House. He was replaced by an AA lieutenant, so expect little change.

    161. NYCmike says:

      -Found this in papers I am going thru to purge my office as D.C. Republicans help Democrats/Big Tech purge their own voters. The last line struck me, and now I understand the “mortal sin” Trump committed in 2016 which must be punished severely.

      “We believe in the trinity: NPR, CNN, and the New York Times. We believe in Ted Kennedy, Tom Harkin, John Kerry, and all the DNC, and we look for President Clinton yet to come. Amen.”

    162. NYCmike says:


      That Madigan news makes me think – We shouldn’t primary anyone in 2022, as only professional politicians can get us out of this Trump-induced mess we find ourselves in!

    163. Bitterlaw says:

      145 zzzzzzz. If Chicon wants Democrats elected who will give him nothing AND take as much as they can away from him, he should just skip the primary challenges in the GOP and register as a Democrat. Taking out the incumbent Republican for somebody who has not proven they can win a general election will probably get him the Democrat anyway.

    164. Chicon says:

      Mike – The Elite always know best.

    165. Chicon says:

      Bitter, I think the list of Wyoming Republicans who can win the GE for Liz’s seat is long.

    166. Bitterlaw says:

      My position is very simple. NEVER RISK LOSING AN ELECTION TO A DEMOCRAT.

      If you disagree, just look at Christine O’Donnell in Delaware. Took out a Republican who had never lost a race in Delaware in decades. The result? Senator fir Life Coons. Any doubt on how he will vote on impeachment, protecting Big Tech, the military, taxes, etc.?

    167. Chicon says:

      Bitter, I may get the chance to test myself. Adam Kinzinger is likely to run for Governor of Illinois against Fat Pritzker. There is not a chance in Hades I will vote for him in the primary or the general. Sue me.

    168. Chicon says:

      Bitter, is there any difference between WY and DE electorally?

      You can keep voting with that black-and-white viewpoint if you want. I’m not voting for somebody who abandons their positions and party on the most important votes. Sue me.

    169. Tgca says:



      Not worried as long as we have folks like Romney, Murkowski. Toomey, Cheney, the GOP has nothing to worry about.

    170. NYCmike says:


      A poster, CDM, has commented several times about how many of the people he works with see no difference between Democrats and D.C.-type Republicans, but your statement in #170 refuses to acknowledge that fact.

    171. Tgca says:

      174. NYC

      CDM don’t no chit!

      He’s not a big city suburban enlightened metrosexual so ignore him.

    172. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      The Republicans are idiots. Take Tom Rice(R-SC). His District is R+20. Last week, he voted with his fellow House Republicans to contest the election results. Two days ago, he said NO to impeachment.
      Today and without a statement, he became the 10th Republican to vote YES on impeachment.
      Maybe someone here can explain this man’s mindset.

    173. Wes says:

      This impeachment fiasco is beyond ridiculous. I’m seriously contemplating contributing to the strongest primary challenger of each Republican who elected to participate in this nonsense.

    174. Phil says:

      Don’t live in Wyoming and I’m no longer a Republican, but I seriously doubt taking out Liz in the primary puts the eventual Republican nominee in any danger in the ruby red state of Wyoming.

      I think Liz really miscalculated and believed she’d take at least a couple of dozen Republican yes votes with her. Uh, no.

      She just ended her political career. I hope daddy is proud of her. She ended it over a temper tantrum.

    175. NYCmike says:

      The way you wrote that Wes, very clever.

      Not sure if you meant it, but still clever.

    176. Phil says:

      Oh, and my guess is no Senate trial in the Senate for a million reasons. Most of them obvious.

    177. Bitterlaw says:

      172 So you want a Democrat to screw you on every vote because the Republican screwed you on some votes. You don’t need to add words to it.

    178. Wes says:

      You would bet wrong, Chicon.

      I still wonder how I get the label of “establishment” shill when I have clearly stated I absolutely loathe the epitome of the GOP Establishment: the Bush. I even said if JEB! had won the 2016 nomination I would have voted for Hillary. Although I didn’t vote for Trump in 2016, I didn’t vote for Hillary then, but I did vote for Trump last year.

      How does that make me an Establishment lackey?

    179. Wes says:

      What’s clever about it, Mikey?

      I was vehemently against Trump’s previous impeachment. I’ve inveighed against his current impeachment. Last time I had no Republicans other than Justin Amash–a RINO turncoat who promptly left the party–to aim barbs at. Now I have several.

      What then is clever about what I wrote?

      Unlike anti-Semitic Ann, I have never once supported impeaching Trump.

    180. Bitterlaw says:

      Maybe you are right. There is no risk that a Republican primary challenger could ever lose to a Democrat. Political results are always easily predictable. Just ask the 2 Republican Senators from Georgia.

    181. Wes says:

      I’ve been a critic of Liz Cheney since she’s been in the House. She should never have won an election in the first place. Now SDC, Jason, and all her other defenders can see–I hope at least–Liz Cheney has no place near the levers of power in Washington.

    182. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes – Maybe you were mistakenly placed on the Establishment list when you voted for GHWB twice and GWB twice. It happens.

    183. Wes says:

      I’m not with you on this, Bitter. Wyoming has a deep GOP bench, and Liz Cheney just showed her constituents the middle finger. The WYGOP can do better–far better–than she.

    184. Phil says:

      Wyoming ain’t Georgia, bitter. There aren’t any blue suburbs outside of Casper. Also, I think the black voting demographic in Georgia is 30%. Maybe 1% in Wyoming.

      Whoever takes Liz out is safe.

      Bye Liz.

    185. Wes says:

      I was too young to vote for GHWB, Bitter. I did vote for GWB twice. Those were the two worst damn mistakes of my voting life. I refused to vote for McCain, voted for Romney, wrote my boss in in 2016, and voted for Trump in 2020.

    186. Wes says:

      I agree with Phil. The only remotely competitive Dem in Wyoming is a septuagenarian former Governor who last won office in a wave year for his party over 14 years ago. Holding WYAL in a Biden midterm should be an easy task.

    187. Phil says:

      Liz, you are a brilliant political strategist. She is so much smarter than her deplorable constituents who elected her. Just ask her. Lol.

      ….but hey, she just scored a spot with Chuck Todd on MTP Sunday. Hope it was worth it to her.

    188. CG says:

      Fret not, acolytes.

      Trump will still be eligible down in Florida to run for President of Del Boca Vista.

      Of course, he will wind up getting Impeached there too.

    189. Bitterlaw says:

      Ok, Wes. Maybe Cheney’s seat can be held but Chicon is willing to risk losing seats all over the country. Phil? A good man but he waived his right to influence the party. I hope he continues to express his opinions but they have no impact on politics.

    190. Phil says:

      Uh, bitter, with regard to not having any impact on politics I’d say the same holds true for anyone on this site. None of us have any sway.

    191. Tgca says:

      Hope this comes to fruition.

      Poll: 80% Trump Voters, 76% of Republicans Less Likely to Vote for Lawmaker Who Votes for Impeachment

    192. Bitterlaw says:

      Voting is sway. Running for office is sway.

    193. Bitterlaw says:

      Where’s Wizz? I need to know if his player’s knee is ok.

    194. Gordon Allen says:

      Liz( Bush-Cheney) gave us the finger. She’ll get hers,along with some others,in 2022. That wing of the ” party”, the Wissing wing,is headed to a well deserved extinction. A purifying moment.

    195. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Robbie has just received his talking points from Jeb Bush:

      “The President has provoked the disgusting events at the Capitol. He has gone from creating chaos to inciting insurrection. Mr. President, accept your defeat, go home to Florida and let our elected officials do their jobs and rebuild confidence in our democracy.— Jeb Bush (@JebBush) January 13, 2021”

    196. Bitterlaw says:


    197. lisab says:

      Ok. Time to be silly and consider the AOC and Bitter civil war fantasies to beat the south into submission of becoming like big city metrosexuals.

      well the democrats are recreating the civil war for bitter

      only this time bitter is the south

    198. CG says:

      Bush/Cheney ’24!

      Make the GOP Great Again!

    199. lisab says:

      mcconnell is opening the senate to convict

    200. Phil says:

      Thanks, Jeb.

      This from a guy who spent 159 million to get two delegates.

      Please run again. The nation turns their lonely eyes to you.

    201. Tgca says:


      I think it takes brass balls for anyone in the Bush clan to criticize others about lies and inciting when GWB created a 2nd war in the Middle East just to try and validate his daddy and resulted in at least hundreds of thousands of deaths without any proof.

      There was more proof of election fraud in 2020 then WMD in Iraq but yet, as the years passed, and we found out, the Bush clan lied about WMD to seek re-election and reward their friends with financial opportunities.

      So perhaps someone should remind Jeb of the blood that many believe the Bush team has on its hands that they have never apologized for or recognized.

    202. lisab says:


      bush did not have mean tweets!

    203. Bitterlaw says:

      Jesus, Mary and Joseph. Another lie is born. I think this talk of civil war is absurd. AOC is the most dangerous bartender in the world. Of course, she will be getting a donation from GA in 2022 so maybe she will tone it down a bit.

    204. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #204- Phil
      Here is the statement by Tom Rice on why he voted for impeachment. The man is a pearl-clutcher extraordinaire.
      I may go to his next Townhall in Myrtle Beach,SC.

    205. Tgca says:

      Mitchie waivers.

      He tells GOP he is undecided whether he will vote to impeach Trump or not when vote occurs.

      He’s got to see all the evidence…as if he doesn’t know already. More like wants to read the political tea leaves.

      Buh-bye Mitch! I see a new minority leader in the near future and then Mitchie’s announcement of early retirement to spend more time with his family.

    206. NYCmike says:

      “What’s clever about it, Mikey?”


      You wrote “I’m seriously contemplating contributing to the strongest primary challenger of each Republican who elected to participate in this nonsense.”

      You did not distinguish between those 10 Republicans who voted to impeach compared to the rest who did not….and I mistakenly thought you wrote it like that on purpose, to highlight your somewhat negative view of most primaries.

      I stand corrected.

    207. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Meet Congressman Peter Meijer(R-MI). He is one of the terrible 10 who voted to impeach Trump.
      Meijer is the only freshman to vote to impeach.
      He replaced Justin Amash by telling voters that Amash was wrong to vote for Trump’s impeachment.
      He is a Trust Fund Baby who conservatives in his district warned was a Democrat in Republican clothing. It only took a few days for these consevatives to be proven right!

    208. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      203. “mcconnell is opening the senate to convict”

      McConnell indicated the impeachment trial will not begin until next week, which is when the Democrats take over the Senate.

    209. Tgca says:

      I say bring on Civil War. I think new fashionable uniforms will help spur the retail economy.

    210. NYCmike says:

      “Unlike anti-Semitic Ann”

      -Coulter is an anti-Semite now?!?!

      I didn’t get that memo……I am sure there is a huge amount of evidence to back this up….

    211. Tgca says:

      In 7 days I will be leaving HHR and will keep my self busy with knitting New Civil War uniforms.

      I’m so excited about this opportunity to express my creativity in fashion. My head is buzzing with all types of designs.

      Who doesn’t love a man in uniform, eh?

    212. Wes says:

      Well, let’s see, Mikey:

      This is why impeaching him for turning his presidency over to Jared and Ivanka is a much better bet.

      She advocated impeaching Trump for “turning his presidency over” to the Jewish members of his family.

    213. jason says:

      Poll: 80% Trump Voters, 76% of Republicans Less Likely to Vote for Lawmaker Who Votes for Impeachment”

      Primary every one of the traitors.

    214. jason says:

      Don’t listen to rumors about McConnell

      Read his statement. Basically trash cans the impeachment trial.

      “Given the rules, procedures, and Senate precedents that govern presidential impeachment trials, there is simply no chance that a fair or serious trial could conclude before President-elect Biden is sworn in next week.

      “Even if the Senate process were to begin this week and move promptly, no final verdict would be reached until after President Trump had left office. This is not a decision I am making; it is a fact.

      “The President-elect himself stated last week that his inauguration on January 20 is ‘quickest’ path” for any change in the occupant of the presidency.”

    215. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      185. “I’ve been a critic of Liz Cheney since she’s been in the House. She should never have won an election in the first place. Now SDC, Jason, and all her other defenders can see–I hope at least–Liz Cheney has no place near the levers of power in Washington.”

      Wes, you were right on that one. I did not realize she was such a Daddy’s Girl. Events are going to move fast, particularly once Trump is out — maybe she will redeem herself by strong opposition to Biden by August 2022, which is likely when the Republican primary takes place. But she is really vulnerable to being primaried now. Regardless, the Republicans will keep the seat. Democrats only constitute about 18% of the registered voters in Wyoming.

    216. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      213. “I say bring on Civil War. I think new fashionable uniforms will help spur the retail economy.”

      Here is a video of what Tgca’s legion will look like.

    217. Tgca says:


      We knew Liz was bad news when she tried to use her daddy’s influence as a carpetbagger and run for WY senate against a sitting GOP senator.

      After it appeared like she would fail, she LIED and quit the campaign with a BS story.

      She sort of redeemed herself when she ran for Congress but now has shot herself in the vagina in my opinion because this disloyalty and strictly political move against Trump will not be forgotten so easily.

      F*ckin’ skank!

    218. Tgca says:

      Too. Too. Too.

    219. Tgca says:

      Ok. Need to go and take my mothaf&#% Tourette’s medication now.

    220. Wes says:

      Well, SDC, I knew once the Cheneys began attacking Mike Enzi, the primary challenge was just ego gratification, and Liz would never be a team player. She won with an underwhelming margin in the House primary despite her sky high name ID. That suggested to me Wyoming Republicans were skeptical of her. Nothing she’s done since has impressed me. The mask is off now. I hope she loses the 2022 primary–or saves herself the embarrassment and retires.

    221. Tgca says:



      Always the follower and late to the game.

      That vid was posted earlier today and a few months back ago as well.

      I would not chose puke green uniforms either though I would ensure the very tight butt hugging and crotch fitting design because…well…just because I could.

    222. Phil says:

      I really never payed much attention to Liz Cheney, Wes. I knew she thought she’d be elected to the senate, but withdrew when she realized her daddy’s name was getting her nowhere.

      I was amused a couple of days ago when one of the leftist sites tweeted that they thought her stand for impeachment made her the favorite to win the presidential nomination in 2024. LOL

      She doesn’t seem to have a good grasp on political reality

      Thought she was going to be able to take out Enzo in a senate primary due to her name

      Thought she was going to bring along a significant number of Republican congressmen to vote yes on impeachment.

      She doesn’t have a clue does she.

    223. NYCmike says:

      “She advocated impeaching Trump for “turning his presidency over” to the Jewish members of his family.”

      -Can you copy-and-paste that line from her column?

      I want to make sure that is what she said……..or if she included other words which will give a different context to what you said she advocated for.

      Thanks in advance.

    224. Wes says:

      You do know I posted her exact words in the post you’re responding to ,Mikey, I hope. You must be a bigger idiot than I thought.

    225. Tgca says:

      Speak about Chutzpah!

      Dan was fired and will forever be known for trying to fake a story to sway a presidential election to his liking. He became one of the biggest losers in journalism history, and has never recovered from that 16+ years later. He lost in court too trying to sue for being fired but still tries to claim to this day the story was true even though his own network fired him and others after retracting the story. He has no credibility!

      Dan Rather says:
      Donald Trump is a loser,” the former newsman said. “How he must hate that. But he lost the election. He has lost his PGA things for his golf tournament. He wears the Scarlet Letter of ‘L,’ loser, and how he must hate that. And no amount of gaudy marble or golden toilets can erase that. That’s where he is.”

    226. Meldrim says:

      Wes, I’m no fan of Ann Coulter, but she did *not* say that Trump “turn[ed] his presidency over to the Jewish members of his family.” NYCMike asked you for the exact quote, and you said that you had provided it, and called him an idiot for questioning you, but, in fact, he was right to ask for the exact quote, because you embellished what she wrote. This is what Coulter Tweeted, in reaction to Democrat Congressman Jamie Raskin, who had objected to certifying Trump’s Electoral College victory in 2016, authoring articles of impeachment accusing Trump of refusing to accept the 2020 Electoral College results:

      “This is why impeaching him for turning his presidency over to Jared and Ivanka is a much better bet.

      Dems ALWAYS object to certifying elections won by the Republican.”

      Coulter accused Trump of turning his presidency over “to Jared and Ivanka.” Reasonable minds can disagree with her characterization of Trump following the advice of his daughter and son-in-law as “turning over his presidency” to them, but it takes quite a bit of imagination to pretend that when Coulter wrote “Jared and Ivanka” she really meant to say “the JOOOZ.”

      Leftists always shout “anti-Semitism!” when Republicans accuse George Soros of spending millions to elect Democrat Secretaries of State that try to rig elections for the Democrats–as if Republicans wouldn’t criticize Soros if he were a Danish Lutheran instead–but you are no Leftist, Wes. You should know better than to assume that Coulter’s dislike of Jared and Ivanka has anything to do with their religion. It took me five seconds of Googling to find this April 2019 column in which Coulter pointed out all of the times that Trump had been led awry when he followed Jared’s and Ivanka’s advice:

      From that April 2019 article, it is clear that Coulter has long been pissed at (i) Jared for recommending that Trump fire Comey (which she says is the sole reason why Mueller was appointed Special Counsel), (ii) Jared and Ivanka (whom she dubbed “Javanka”) for insisting on the hiring of Manafort and Flynn, (iii) Jared for insisting on appointing Gary Cohn to the National Economic Council, (iv) Jared for “demanding” that Trump endorse the unpopular Luther Strange in the special election (she says that Moore wouldn’t have won the runoff against Brooks, and that Brooks would have won the general), (v) Ivanka and Jared for bringing Scaramucci into the White House, and (vi) “Javanka” for several other personnel decisions. Again, you can agree or disagree with Coulter’s assessment of Jared’s and Ivanka’s influence on Trump, but there does not seem to be anything remotely anti-Semitic about her opposition to Jared and Ivanka.

      So, Wes, you should quote Coulter correctly, without embellishment. The only one who referred to “Trump’s Jewish family members” was you.

    227. CG says:

      I think I was the one who said Trump turned his Presidency over to the Jewish Democrats (Jared and Ivanka), but I have the standing to say that.

      Ann Coulter is the one who watched Republican Presidential candidates in a debate speak of their support for Israel and complained on Twitter something along the lines of “ugh, how many f’ing Jews do they think there are in this country?”

      At one earlier point, she remarked that Jews needed to be “perfected” and become Christians.

    228. Bitterlaw says:

      I have never understood the appeal of Coulter. Sure, she used to tell Dems to F off but that’s about it. She dresses in styles 20 years too young for her which actually makes her look older. I think she is intelligent but to what purpose beyond launching GFYs?

    229. Bitterlaw says:

      CG – Why aren’t you out celebrating? Why come slumming with us in the ashes? All your dreams came true today? The irony, of course, is that I am despised here now also as much as you. I hate the Democratic Party and its ruinous, destructive plans for the country but I am considered disloyal because I plan to continue voting and fighting them.

      What have you gained by throwing in your lot with them? No real conservative would think they could profit from the fool’s bargain you made to get rid of Trump. One of my friends, a Jew who grew up in the Soviet Union, said that any Jew who did not support Trump was no better than the Kapos in the death camps. His words and not mine. Enjoy your night, Corey.

    230. CG says:

      Well, the scumbag Donald Trump is re-Impeached and Michael J. Madigan is no longer Speaker of the Illinois House. There are things to celebrate, but unfortunately, there still a pandemic going on.

      Since you are so despised here Bitterlaw, including in a downright cruel way by 2 or 3 posters in particular, you should maybe stop trying to defend yourself or curry favor with them (save advice to Robbie.) Nothing you do will ever be enough for them.

      You bring up that I am Jewish, which is true, but of course, I am also an American, and there is where my political loyalties are. DJT is a disgrace to America at best, and a domestic enemy at worst.

      As for me, I am far from being a Democrat, and intend to oppose them at the ballot box and on policy, as I have my entire life, and just as you say you would want people like me to to do, but nothing was more necessary than opposing Donald Trump and all he stands for. What have I gained? A clear conscience. I would recommend it.

      The “Civil War” in the Republican Party has begun in earnest, as it always needed to, and hopefully the right side will win.

    231. Bitterlaw says:

      I think that those who despise me now know they can F off. Oddly, that may be all they respect about me. You know I have no use for Trump as a person. However, he delivered on the 2 things I sought most – stop Hillary and Judges. Those two things are the main reason there is still a country to fight over. If you had your way, President Hillary Clinton would have placed three or four young radical leftists on the Supreme Court (Breyer is already being encouraged to retire). I’m sure you would have loved to see Justice Barack Obama. As I have said since 2004, you fight the war you are in now. I took no joy in voting for Trump but I took great pride in stopping Hillary.

    232. NYCmike says:

      Not sure who Meldrim is, but Thank You for pointing that out.

      Wes, next time, just answer the question.

    233. Bitterlaw says:

      As for being impeached twice – zzzzzzzz. The Democrats overplayed their hand and actually managed to make it very obvious that this was all about political revenge. They would have been better served with one impeachment. The second one undercut the first.

    234. NYCmike says:

      “You bring up that I am Jewish, which is true, but of course, I am also an American, and there is where my political loyalties are. DJT is a disgrace to America at best, and a domestic enemy at worst.”

      -Not a word about the people actively curtailing the First Amendment, and who will move on to the 2nd once Biden takes over.

    235. CG says:

      Stick to the facts, Bitterlaw. I did not vote for Hillary. There are more important things than Judges though. As I have said here before, if because of Trump, Republicans never are able to win a Presidential election again, you can say goodbye to conservative judges altogether.

      I did vote for Biden though, which surprised me at the end, but as you put it, “great pride” in stopping Trump, or “the war we were in now” so I guess I will have to “own” his SCOTUS picks, but hopefully the only replacements he have will be for those who are already the liberals on the Court.

    236. CG says:

      The First Amendment applies to actions by government, not companies.

      Fifth graders probably should know that.

    237. NYCmike says:

      “There are things to celebrate, but unfortunately, there still a pandemic going on.”

      -I am sure that the residents of Hong Kong fear the CCP more than a virus.

      I fear “leaders” who take away rights because of a pandemic, but realize they get power from those weak enough to accept it.

    238. NYCmike says:

      “The First Amendment applies to actions by government, not companies.”

      -Companies are relying on their government contacts to protect their actions.

      A 1st grader can see that.

    239. NYCmike says:

      Also, still waiting for you or Robbie to show where Trump called for insurrection in his speech.

    240. NYCmike says:

      Just realized, “CG” voted for Linda Sarsours favored candidate.

    241. NYCmike says:

      Also, still waiting for “CG” to remark upon the agreements Israel has been signing with other countries in Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

      And, waiting for “CG” to tell us how much he opposes the deal with Iran and the Paris Accords.

      Then again, within minutes, he made these 2 statements:

      “As for me, I am far from being a Democrat, and intend to oppose them at the ballot box and on policy, as I have my entire life…”

      “I did vote for Biden though”

    242. CG says:

      Biden is the first Democrat I have ever voted for in any election at any level (did also vote for a Dem Congressman against a crazy Libertarian in a non-competitive race.) I did not want to vote for Biden, but Trump drove me to it. I was far from the only Republican to cast a first ever vote for a Democrat. For one thing, Biden better remember he only won because of people like us, (at least those who live in swing states unlike me), but especially Republicans need to ask why they lost the votes of so many Republicans at the Presidential level, especially when downballot Republicans did much better than Trump.

      I hope the Middle East agreements will prove to be as fruitful as you believe they will be.

      I strongly opposed the Iranian agreement at the time and was right to do so.

      I also opposed the Paris Accords, but that’s sort of a big zzzzzz now.

    243. NYCmike says:

      “I strongly opposed the Iranian agreement at the time and was right to do so.”

      -You think the same people who “passed” that won’t do it again?

    244. NYCmike says:

      “I also opposed the Paris Accords, but that’s sort of a big zzzzzz now.”

      -President Xi says “Get a nice rest, chump.”

    245. CG says:

      I thought it was all Bob Corker’s fault?

    246. NYCmike says:

      “I have never understood the appeal of Coulter.”

      -Who said she was appealing?

      I just think it is important to make sure someone is quoted accurately…..or are you like “CG”, the Democrats and the media?

    247. NYCmike says:

      “I thought it was all Bob Corker’s fault?”

      -I am sure the person you voted for will make sure to present it to the Senate for ratification…….this time.

    248. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – Save your fight with Wes for Wes. I made no comment about Coulter and her alleged anti-semitism. I only said I never understood her appeal. You were shot in the chest and not the head. Try to keep your fights straight.

    249. NYCmike says:

      “For one thing, Biden better remember he only won because of people like us…”

      -Not a word about VBM, a method banned in many countries, a method that this country routinely tells newer democracies NOT TO USE, a method that is shown to be the easiest to manipulate and commit fraud with……but the person who thinks Biden is worried about him never mentions it.

    250. CG says:

      With the Iran Deal, once it was in place, the damage is already done, so it’s a matter of working around that situation.

      But as you have always pointed out, Trump having a Jewish son-in law shout put all Middle East related concerns to rest, and should be enough for me. It’s a good thing I suppose then that Biden also has Jewish son-in law.

    251. CG says:

      VBM worked fine for Trump and Republicans (as it has in many past cycles) in the places that they won and focused on it, such as FL.

      Trump should have adapted to the reality of the situation and pushed to make sure his voters were willing to vote by mail instead of being scared of it. He might have won.

    252. CG says:

      And to be clear, there is zero evidence that the election was in any way “stolen” or marked by fraud.

      For crying out loud, even JulStol admitted as much, and described it accurately on here.

    253. NYCmike says:

      “But as you have always pointed out, Trump having a Jewish son-in law…”

      -No, don’t think I ever did this.

      If I did, once again I would love to see the context of that comment.

    254. CG says:

      And while the Biden Cabinet would definitely not be my Cabinet (and I fully admit to being disappointed he could not even throw a bone to NeverTrump Republicans and pick a single one for his Administration), it definitely looks like the most Jewish Cabinet in American History, (State, Treasury, Justice, Homeland Security.)

      That has to bother a lot of those “fine people” who were chanting various things in Charlottesville.

    255. Paul says:

      Only attempted Stealing of the election came from Trump the God damn f ucker.

    256. Bitterlaw says:

      Biden better remember that he owes Corey for making him President? I am not sure what Biden remembers but it certainly will not be any imagined debt owed to Corey.

      Corey – Do you honestly think that Biden will only be replacing old libs? Thomas may not want to die on the bench like RBG. Also, now that the Dems impeached a President twice, they won’t impeach and try to remove Justices? I am sure that the operatives are already out looking for a new victim of Kavanaugh or wheelchair bound albino lesbian who got a C- from Professor ACB.

    257. NYCmike says:

      -This is a small glimpse for how I see Trump’s tenure…..go look at Paterson’s high schools today….people just couldn’t handle the success…..very similar to NYC residents after 20 years of Rudy and Bloomie.

    258. Paul says:

      Did you vote for Raja? I think we live in the same congressional district.

    259. NYCmike says:

      ” it definitely looks like the most Jewish Cabinet in American History, (State, Treasury, Justice, Homeland Security.)”

      -Why would an “American”, such as yourself, give a flying f*ck what their religion is?!?!

    260. NYCmike says:

      “That has to bother a lot of those “fine people” who were chanting various things in Charlottesville.”

      -ooohhhhh….were people “chanting” bad things?

      Much better to muzzle them, and not allow them to show themselves, so we have no idea what they think, until they explode?

      Yeah, that always worked throughout history…….

    261. CG says:

      I hope the conservatives on the Court stick around for the next four years and that a Republican is capable of winning in 2024.

      If not, the blame relies on Trump for being unelectable.

      One can look at the election results from 2020 and surmise that had Trump croaked from the virus ( I am glad he did not) or otherwise exited the race, that Mike Pence (for better or worse) would be about to begin a full four year term next week.

      I do not think the makeup of the Senate, and the results of the 2020 downballot races are going to allow Democrats to be able to try to Pack the Court (frankly you got lucky there, because I thought they might do it after ACB), and I do not see that as something Biden would want a part in.

      Most likely, Biden (or Harris) will replace Breyer in the next four years and that is it.

    262. CG says:

      I did vote for Raja against the Libertarian.

      I have a lot of disagreements with Raja, but he has gone further than most Democrats in trying to advocate civility and bipartisanship. It was not a competitive race obviously though.

    263. Bitterlaw says:

      Of course, Corey does not see the irony in that the racist and anti-Semitic scum in Charlottesville (there were some there, NYC) actually agree with many in the Democratic Party that Israel should be at the mercy of a nuclear Iran or just disappear all together.

    264. Paul says:

      Raja is a decent guy and intelligent. He has tended to be accessible. When my church’s youth group went to DC. he came and talked to the kids.

    265. Bitterlaw says:

      I actually agree with Mr. “Decency” that if Trump had died in office that Pence would have won in 2020. I do not believe for a second that Corey is glad that Trump did not die.

    266. CG says:

      The reality is that far more Democrats and Republicans support Israel, as has always been the case, than the people on the Far Left or Far Right.

      I do not have a real concern for Israel as it relates to Biden that would not exist regarding Israel in general.

      My concern is more for America under Biden. There is the potential of danger in my country, especially if we move too far to the left, but as I have said before, danger is far preferable to disgrace. Trump is the epitome of disgrace.

    267. CG says:

      I would not have wanted Trump nor anybody to die from the virus. Believe what you will. I know you are going through an even more difficult time than usual for yourself.

    268. CG says:

      I am signing off. Be well everyone. Cults can be quit!

    269. Bitterlaw says:

      Danger is preferable to disgrace? That might have been clever when the greatest danger was from a Brown Bess musket or smoothbore cannon. In a nuclear era, it is reckless. Supposedly, Biden can work with foreign leaders because of his “experience.” Foreign leaders, especially in China, Iran and North Korea, know he is a clown.

    270. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t have to quit any cult. I never revered Trump. I just can’t stand the Democratic Party and Trump was a necessary tool in the fight.

    271. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      255. “VBM worked fine for Trump and Republicans (as it has in many past cycles) in the places that they won and focused on it, such as FL. Trump should have adapted to the reality of the situation and pushed to make sure his voters were willing to vote by mail instead of being scared of it. He might have won.”

      Agree, Republicans successfully doing mail-in ballot campaigns were a key to the Republican wins in four California congressional districts in 2020. There was a lot of whining on this board in 2018 about mail-in ballots in California. Claims were made that mail-in balloting and ballot harvesting would doom California Republicans.

      Yet, Mike Garcia won the special election for the 25th congressional district in an all-mail ballot election. Garcia was re-elected in November 2020, and Republicans picked up three more congressional seats, in elections done primarily with mail-in balloting. The California Republicans encouraged their voters to use mail-in ballots.

      It was actually the Republicans in California who first effectively used mail-in ballots to win elections in the late 1980s and 1990s:

      Los Angeles Times, Oct 10, 1992
      “When Dan Lungren went to bed on election night two years ago, he trailed Democrat Arlo Smith by nearly 30,000 votes. But rather than concede defeat or lose sleep, the Republican candidate for state attorney general remained confident that the bitterly fought race would swing in his favor.
      One week later, after the tabulation of 1.4 million absentee ballots, Lungren was proved correct. Benefiting from a massive state Republican Party vote-by-mail effort, he picked up almost 60,000 votes in the absentee count, squeaking into office by a margin of 29,000 votes.”

      By contrast, the Republicans in the Georgia senate run-off races attacked mail-in balloting and filed lawsuits challenging the practice. There were only half-hearted efforts to get Georgia Republicans to vote by mail; they were primarily relying on the election day vote.

      You can whine or you can win. The fact is we are heading into an age where the demographic who usually prefer to vote in person in elections is aging rapidly. Republicans need to develop effective mail-in ballot strategies, and learn to properly monitor how mail-in votes are counted and tabulated.

    272. Phil says:

      Isn’t it interesting that the never Trumpers seem to always throw the cult word around whenever they get the chance. It’s that sort of smug, condescension that created Trump in the first place.

      Robbie and now Corey with their snarky “cult’ label assume that those who supported Trump did do because of some allegiance to a particular individual. They couldn’t be more wrong. They just cannot grasp that it’s something way bigger than Trump or any other individual. The plain fact of the matter is simply that millions of Americans are sick and tired of being ignored by the elites in both parties.

      One good thing about all this. It’s drawn out the establishment. Throughout all of this that establishment has made it crystal clear what they think of us. It’s out in the open. We always knew how we were looked down on by the left. We now know without a doubt how leaders of our own party think of us.

      It was an eye opener for me. Sad and pathetic.

    273. lisab says:

      Robbie and now Corey with their snarky “cult’ label

      i called it … i said they would be amazingly obnoxious if biden won

      easy prediction

    274. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Gallup recently came out with their 2020 averages of where Americans were politically for the year:

      Political Party:
      30% Democratic
      29% Republican
      39% Independent

      Political Leanings
      36% Conservative
      35% Moderate
      25% Liberal

    275. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      CG is and has always been a phony, safe-loathing Jew.
      His comment that more Jewish Democrats support Israel than Jewish Republicans may be true by sheer numbers, but false with respect to percentages.He was throwing around the word “Nazi” about Trump and his supporters in 2016.
      Maybe he should check-out the vile comments made by liberal Jewish groups upon the passing of Sheldon Adelson.Adelson’s crime is that he supported the Jewish State with his full heart and soul.CG probably hated Adelson because he also gave to the GOP/Trump.
      For decades, Liberal American Jews have been an embarrassment and have placed Party above their Judaism.
      To paraphrase CG, I can say these things because as a Member of the Tribe, I have standing!!! CG is a disgrace to the survival of the Jewish people.

      P.S.- CG is such a coward that he will now turn to Wissing to get me delisted from HHR.

    276. Gordon Allen says:

      Florida VBM is not remotely like VBM in the states Biden ” carried”. To compare the two is like comparing a house cat to a Lion or Tiger. It’s flat ignorant to say so. The Trump campaign here ran it’s campaign in Florida as if things were the same ( as they were). The differences have been made clear here dozens of times.

    277. JeffP says:

      Tucker Carlson last night torched the establishment GOP for many of the same points made here on HHR…and didn’t make excuses for Trump either.

      Whiners are losers…the State level GOP needs to get ready for 2022.

    278. jason says:

      Corey is now just another leftist troll.

      Take mnw’s advice.

      Don’t feed him.

    279. Tgca says:


      After reading the posts this week, here is my view.

      I am done supporting any of the metrosexuals!

      The big city suburbs are filled with parents who claim they’re center-right or conservative but end up raising liberal kids indoctrinated by the schools and colleges while these parents sit by and let it happen and keep silent just to fit in with their community because appearances are more important to them than convictions. You can’t undo 16 years of daily indoctrination as parents sit idly by and allow it, and then excuse it and try to make exceptions for their children. Sorry! If you’re a conservative and you raised a radical lefty kid, you failed your country, with your worthless spawn.

      Any GOP parent that allows their kid to go to these liberal institutions are the problem. How is this different than the indoctrination of children in the Middle East to grow up and hate Israel.

      This is destroying the country. Between the schools, MSM, and Big Tech, they are filled with the radical left that hate everything about America.

      Conservatives will continue to lose if they don’t address these problems immediately because it’s happening faster and faster now.

      The GOP Congress could have addressed liberal bias in schools and Big Tech but failed to do so for the last two decades. They keep ignoring it and it’s probably too late now.

      Trump is partly to blame too. He failed to push through changes the 1st 2 years, knowing how radicalized these institutions were and it ended up being his downfall, as they all coordinated against him.

      The Bush clan and Reagan were equally at fault. Reagan was out of his depth his 2nd term as his faculties started to diminish and he could not envision how tech was a growing leftward movement that stood against all he believed in, and he was being managed by a team more interested in a fairytale legacy than doing right by the country.

      The Bush clan were too focused on wars and enriching their friends in defense and energy to focus their attention to Big Tech and its radicalization.

      Clinton and Obama welcomed the leftward surge and helped consolidate that power because they knew it would benefit them.

      Conservatives may have influence at the local levels but you need the power of the presidency and courts to get the country back on track and I don’t see that happening with the cowardice of the current DC leaders to facilitate needed change.

      So until I see a real fighter at the national level, I will no longer support politicians. Talk is cheap and so tired of the DC GOP that takes no action and this includes Mitch, Graham, et. al.

      The influence of Big Tech and MSM has grown exponentially this last 4 years and will probably do so in the next 4 years. They no longer fear government and law enforcement and openly push a political agenda.

      It will be interesting to see if sites like HHR will be around in a few years with all the Big Tech oversight and PC police and Dave W. even seems to have moved leftward to accepting the status quo of scraps that liberals in MD will throw at them.

      Ok. I’m done bishing for now.

      Let’s see how many here make excuses today for their families and friends that are destroying the country.

      Less than 6 days and I’m outta here Bishes!

    280. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – Tgca is probably going to get a very low Maxwell score. Posting a daily exit rant for 2 weeks shows a lack of focus.

    281. jason says:

      Speaking of Israel, they have already vaccinated 25% of the population. Add that to the 6% who already had the virus and you are roughly at a third of the population immune.

      In the US we are at 10 million vaccinated. Add that to the 23 million already infected and you are at about 10% immunity.

      Unfortunately only R states like FL and TX are allowing the over 65 population to be vaccinated. Getting this population immunized would cut the mortality rate tremendously. NJ is starting with the over 65 population today, but PA is still stuck in the “health worker” BS. Btw, a lot of “health workers” in PA according to Dr. Levine, over 1 million (PA has 12 million people).

    282. Tgca says:


      Says the big city suburban metrosexual responsible for raising and mentoring the next generation of Antifa kids.

    283. jason says:

      Tgca makes a lot of good points, especially about liberal indoctrination in the educational system.

      This is why the country is going socialist and there is no way to stop it.

      Raphael Warnock, a diehard doctrinaire communist, was elected in GA.

      Some morons here want to blame that on Trump. That is the ultimate sticking your head in the sand and ignoring the 800 lb gorilla in the room, yeah, two cliches in a row, GFYs.

    284. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Glenn Greenwald is truly an honest Liberal. Catch this:

      “It’s true that if you go on MSNBC or CNN, you get to talk to 2 million geriatric liberals with Biden2020 on their car bumper, or wine moms with pictures of Joe&Kamala in their Twitter bios. But corporate media is not the main way you get heard. Independent platforms are thriving.”

    285. jason says:

      Political Leanings
      36% Conservative
      35% Moderate
      25% Liberal

      This is very deceiving.

      A lot of liberals call themselves moderates, actually most of them.

    286. jason says:

      It used to be that leftist extremists were not in positions of power in the business world, they were mostly only in academia. They didn’t have the big money behind them

      Now they are and they have the big bucks.

    287. Bitterlaw says:


    288. jason says:

      But corporate media is not the main way you get heard.”

      I think that is wrong.

      Look at the NFL, indoctrinating millions every Sunday on how BLM is really good for the country.

    289. jason says:

      Which post made you fall asleep Bitter?

    290. Bitterlaw says:

      All of Tgca’s metrosexual nonsense. I have worn the same sweatshirt for 4 days and will probably wear it tomorrow.

      I wonder why Jason condemns me for watching the NFL but has no issue with Amazon Plus? Amazon and its owner are certainly not right wing.

    291. Tgca says:

      More indoctrination by the left.

      You dare question a flight attendant and you’re barred from the flight.

      We have seen numerous videos with examples of flight attendants abusing their authority. I have seem a number with attitudes over the years though many are decent and respectful.

      There should be a national standard for filing complaints against abusive flight attendants, as well as unruly passengers.

      Airlines should have to show cause in a hearing to ban passengers and any flight attendant with 3 or more incidents of behavior documented should be put on notice or terminated.

    292. Tgca says:


      Notice Bitter doesn’t address the substance of the argument. He just focuses on the naming convention of those associated with this behavior. The word offends him but the ideas behind it don’t. Typical big city suburbanite.

      He is part of the problem with the conservative movement. A coward who runs in circles with those that want to destroy America and refuses to take responsibility for his own action of mentoring and raising the next generation of indoctrinated Antifa kids.

    293. Tgca says:

      Jake Tapper questions the commitment to democracy in the US of a Congressman who lost his legs in service and received the Purple Heart.

      Typical Dem contempt for military who served and suffered. Tapper knew exactly what he was saying but could not help the low blow to a wounded veteran serving his country.

    294. jason says:

      I wonder why Jason condemns me for watching the NFL but has no issue with Amazon Plus?”

      I never heard of Amazon Plus, so I plead not guilty. I am however addicted to Amazon Prime, its nice to be able to order stuff and get in the next day even in the boondocks.

      But yeah, it is a valid point, I am supporting left wing corporate America just like you, the only difference is that it is not as much “in your face” as the endless BlM supporting ads and “End racism” in the end zone and “Black Lives Matter” painted on the basketball court.

      I do make an effort. I never entered a Dick’s again after their firearms stunt. I don’t buy any Gillette products. I don’t go to Starbucks. I don’t watch the NFL or NBA. I give preference to Goya products. I have signed up for Parler and Gab.

      Amazon Prime will be hard to give up, but maybe I will

    295. jason says:

      And yeah, I have moved on to OAN and Newsmax for the little cable news I watch.

      FoxNews (Again)-
      LAST PLACE in all ratings categories:
      25-54 demo- last
      Total audience- last

      25-54 demo- last
      Total audience- last

    296. WizardofCozz says:

      I would agree with TGCA. As a teacher in a very Red disrict in KS, I would still bet the majority of the administration and over half the faculty is Left of Center. Another faculty member right across the hall from me who’s a Drama/Forensics teacher spends countless time talking about political and social issues and frames many left wing talking points as facts. I know this cause his door is open all the time and I hear it. He’s also the head of the Young Democrats club in the school. I don’t believe we have a Young Republicans club. Lastly, I teach Law Enforcement it does allow me to have discussions with kids about incarceration rates, and no knock warrants, and I can explain stuff to let them reach their own opinion, and but feel uncomfortable pushing one side, but thats what the other side does.

    297. jason says:

      I like Dan Crenshaw, but he is full of crap, this is not about a “disagreement”.

      If you support a “one day impeachment” you should have no place in the R party, let alone in the leadership. Cheney has got to go. Her and the other 9 scumbags.

      “Let’s get some truth on the record: @Liz_Cheney
      has a hell of a lot more backbone than most, & is a principled leader with a fierce intellect. She will continue to be a much needed leader in the conference, with my full support.

      We can disagree without tearing each other apart.

    298. jason says:

      After Biden is inaugurated, these are the causes I will be involved in.

      “A racing pigeon has survived an extraordinary 13,000-kilometer (8,000-mile) Pacific Ocean crossing from the United States to find a new home in Australia. Now authorities consider the bird a quarantine risk and plan to kill it.”

      Save the racing pigeon!

    299. jason says:

      JUST IN: CNN reports that Federal investigators have indications US Capitol riot may have been pre-planned.”

      I am sure CNN will now call for revoking Trump’s impeachment.

    300. jason says:

      Oh wait, they will claim Trump planned it.

    301. Phil says:

      Liz Cheney has zero backbone. Pandering to the MSM exhibits the exact opposite. She is a coward. I wouldn’t want her or the other 9 traitors in my foxhole.

    302. jason says:

      “Representative Jim Jordan has called for a vote to strip Cheney of her leadership post. This vote shouldn’t be necessary. Anyone as principled as Cheney should know that when you are in a leadership role and can no longer support your leaders or respect your teammates, it is time to go. That being said, if there is one thing that the Trump years have taught us, it is that for a certain type of Republican, principles are more related to favorable press clippings than too much else.

      To get the vote, just 42 GOP Representatives need to sign the petition; then, it will be secret ballot time.”

      Maybe the secret ballot will save her. Or not.

      But she is a cancer in the leadership, and if they don’t cut it out the leadership will be a war with itself permanently instead of with the Democrats.

    303. jason says:

      So far the only political activity I have committed myself to for the next 20 years is to send Bitter a check and offer him unwanted advice on his campaign.

      But I might make an exception and send Cheney’s primary opponent a check.

      Nah…. won’t be needed.

    304. Tgca says:

      I periodically took some classes as a non-matriculant student at a community college years back as extracurricular activities. I took varied courses such as yoga, archery, tennis, piano, French, creative writing, and Western Civilization. The Western Civ professor spent enormous amount of time discussing his hatred for the GOP and Reagan and Bush instead of focusing on the course material dating from periods 500+ years ago. I gave up on the course about half way through because I was tired of his ranting. What amazed me is that the younger kids seemed to find his rants more engaging and interesting than the class material.

      Parents often have no idea how these schools slowly indoctrinate their children because the parents are too busy trying to keep up with the Jones’s. Then they wonder how their kids turn out the way they do.

    305. jason says:

      Btw, wes was here yesterday saying I was a Cheney supporter and now I have seen the light.

      Not quite. The argument then was related to the fact Liz Cheney was obviously tied to the Bush-Cheney administration which wes considered worse than having Ebola. Since I admire Dick Cheney and am a fan of GWB’s presidency, I didn’t think that disqualified her from being in Congress. That was basically the extent of my support. I don’t think I have written one post on her since.

      Years later, she became a Never Trumper and has now decided to posture and pander by supporting a ridiculous “one day” impeachment with no other purpose than embarrassing the President.

      wes said “what a difference a few years make”. This is true.

      I have been wrong about many politicians. I was wrong about Trump. Christie. Romney. Toomey. Trump far exceeded my expectations, the other 3 are scum.

      Liz Cheney? Not really. I was never a supporter beyond saying being Dick Cheney’s daughter was not disqualifying.

    306. WizardofCozz says:

      The issue going forward will be can the party find a message that is populist in nature to get the working class without alienating the suburban elites. But it should be winning those working class and rural voters first as to me they are the biggest wing, but we need all groups to vote to win. I’m hoping Desantis runs he seems like he might have the best shot, though I do approve of Hawley.

    307. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t run in any circles. If I am not coaching or working, I am almost certainly home. The teachers in our district are told to avoid sharing their own views. I had a friend who was the secretary to the HS principal. She told me that complaints about lefties were routinely made. My daughter’s German teacher sometimes veers into politics but only about German elections.

      Since Tgca does not have children, his condemnation of me for sending my children to public school is about as relevant and meaningless as if I tried to give him advice on how to perform gay acts. I can’t afford private school (which are more liberal), Catholic schools were not an option with my Jewish wife, and I was not going to home school them.

      As for Amazon Plus, I should have said Prime. There is a Disney Plus.

    308. Bitterlaw says:

      Wiz – How is your player’s knee?

    309. jason says:

      Until this is stopped (and it won’t be) there is not going to be any real push back against socialism.

    310. jason says:

      Bitter thinks Tgca is wrong about public schools but admits his daughter is an “uber liberal”.

      Go figure.

    311. WizardofCozz says:


      Just found out about 30 minutes ago she’s out for season with an ACL and Meniscus tear. Before she got injured she was leading scorer in entire state all classes. She’s devastated. I feel so bad for her. Will see how we respond as a team to this adversity. Still have some talented kids, we are very athletic but we don’t shoot the ball particularly well. Have to get by with our defense and pressure and create easy opportunities offensively with our pressure.

    312. jason says:

      Only one of my kids voted for Trump, the other 2 did not vote, and wouldn’t have voted for him or Biden if they did vote. They will all say they are moderate, not conservative, not liberal.

      They went to private schools, but the faculty was mostly liberal even in Texas, so I actually don’t know if you are avoiding liberal brainwashing in private schools.

    313. Tgca says:


      I’m off to an errand but will be back later to ridicule Bitter for his ignorance and cowardice and poor excuse for trying to pass as a conservative all while hoping to please his metrosexual suburban neighbors.

      Maybe he should run and become the token CongressCritter from PA. Then Liz Cheney can dictate to him how to vote.

      *Liz Cheney to her staff*
      “Tell the metrosexual from PA to propose this legislation and this is how I want him to vote on these other legislative items, and I don’t want to hear any whining, self-pity, or drama from him for Christ’s sakes. Just tell him to act like a man for once!”

    314. Bitterlaw says:

      Wizz – I am sorry to hear that. Surgeons can do amazing things but it will take luck and hard work for her.

      My league just asked me if I can coach 3 teams this season. HS girls, HS boys 10-12 and 9th grade boys. Sure. Why not?

    315. jason says:

      Don’t forget to pass out Bitter 2022 literature to the parents.

    316. jason says:

      I am jealous. Nobody hates me as much as Tgca hates Bitter.

      Well done, A-hole.

    317. Chicon says:

      319 – I wouldn’t pass out literature if he wants to keep coaching kids. In today’s atmosphere, those suburban moms will call for his termination if they find out he’s running for Congress as a Republican.

    318. jason says:

      It was a joke. He doesn’t have any literature yet.

    319. jason says:

      But it isn’t a bad way to get yourself known.

      Especially if you win.

    320. jason says:

      In today’s atmosphere, those suburban moms will call for his termination if they find out he’s running for Congress as a Republican.”

      Nah, they are all secret Republicans just dying to out themselves now that Trump is gone.

    321. Phil says:

      The Republican Party is in a death spiral.

      Pass the popcorn.

    322. Bitterlaw says:

      If I did win, I would have to do the Biden plan of taking the train home for games.

    323. Bitterlaw says:

      I may have to coach 3 teams this season because of a lack of coaches. I’m safe.

      That does raise an important question. Am I willing to give up coaching to serve in Congress? That would be difficult. However, there must be leagues in DC that need help.

    324. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      jason and Phil will love this report from the Cincinnati Newspaper and Robbie will be unhinged:

      Results of a focus group of 40 Trump supporters LAST NIGHT in Cincinnati who listened to six people describe being at the rally in DC on January 6.

      I read an article that there was an almost identical response in South Carolina.

    325. Phil says:


      Damn, Sheeple. You mean all those Trump supporters weren’t swayed by Liz Chenney?

      I’m shocked I tell you.

      Thank God the Republicans have all those suburban voters to assure a Republican comeback.

    326. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #329- Phil
      Republican voters,men and women, are much tougher politically than those who represent them like the ten(10) turncoats.
      I cannot tell you how angry I am at Tom Rice(R-SC) for his turncoating. On Monday,he said no way and on Wednesday, he voted yes.Nothing happened of substance between Monday and Wednesday that should have changed his mind.He out and out lied to his constituents and should resign.
      His District is about a 3 1/2 hr. drive from where I live. At this time, I plan to attend his next TownHall. Whose support do I Have here at HHR?!

    327. Pitchaboy says:

      The President can be impeached in 24 hours without legal representation and can be banned from so called platforms. Hard to do these things even in banana republics. Events of the last few days are more disgraceful than the capital riots.

    328. jason says:

      Whose support do I Have here at HHR?!”

      I will no longer be supporting anything by that time but I hope he gets primaried and ousted.

    329. Bitterlaw says:

      I support you, Sheeple. I’m not sending you money for gas but I applaud you for exercising your First Amendment right.

    330. jason says:

      The Republican Party is in a death spiral”

      It couldn’t have happened to a nicer party.

    331. jason says:

      The tiny tent Rs are determined to rid the party of the Trump working class deplorables, as well as the undesirable minorities that came along with them. While they are a small percentage of the rank and file, it seems like they have plenty of representation among the GOP leadership and elected office holders.

      Bitter thinks there will be no civil war in the R party? I am with Phil, pass the popcorn.

    332. jason says:

      However, there must be leagues in DC that need help.”

      Steve Scalise advises you to carry a gun in that case.

    333. jason says:

      Sorry, Rick, you are on your own, but I wish you luck.

      “I am proud to have been voted by my colleagues as the Chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee. Together, we are going to retake our Senate Majority.

      Republicans across the nation will fight for lower taxes, better jobs and opportunity, a secure border, and safe communities. With your help we will stand up for our shared values.

      Retaking the Senate majority is vitally important to the future of our country and to preserving the American dream. With your help, I know we can win.

      We know what the Democrats’ agenda will be – socialism, Medicare-for-all, defunding the police, and the Green New Deal.

      We can’t let them take even an inch towards enacting these dangerous policies.

      Winning will take all of us, that’s why I’m reaching out to you early. I’m counting on YOU to be on our team like you have in the past.

      This cycle, there will be elections for 34 Senate seats across the country. 20 Republican-held seats and 14 Democrat-held seats will be up for grabs. We need to be ready.

      I’m confident that our message will continue to resonate with the American people! Senate Republicans won’t stop fighting for YOU. Pitch in now to join us in this fight and help take back the Senate.

      Thank you,

      Senator Rick Scott

    334. NYCmike says:

      “They went to private schools, but the faculty was mostly liberal even in Texas, so I actually don’t know if you are avoiding liberal brainwashing in private schools.”

      -My son has gone to 2 parochial/catholic affiliated schools, a private school and a public school.

      The parochial schools were mostly more conservative/moderate than the others, as would be expected, BUT the wife had words with 2 administrators who had Twitter accounts and posts which were exactly opposite of Church teachings on several issues.

      The private school people spoke a good game about tolerance, openness, diversity, and all of the other buzzwords used by the Left, but we still haven’t seen a hint from any of them that they would dare support a Republican candidate, and their lessons were just about always taught with a liberal slant.

      The public school, as a vessel of the state, is mandated to have certain lessons, which my wife and I knew would be the case. We have found that more of the teachers here have more open and honest discussions about topics, and seem to treat with respect, and demand mutual respect from the students, for ideals pushed by the Republican party and conservatives. I do believe that is mainly because those teachers are older, grew up in the neighborhood, and have their pensions just about guaranteed, so they have less worries about being “outed” as more conservative than others.

    335. NYCmike says:

      I think that was foolish for Rick Scott to let himself be put in such a bad position.

    336. Bitterlaw says:

      Contempt for working class/minorities who supported Trump – completely unacceptable.

      Contempt for people who live in the suburbs and supported Trump- completely acceptable and encouraged.

      HHR Logic.

      I did not say there would not be a civil war in the GOP. I said it had to stop with an intense effort to find common ground. No thanks to the Quitter Chorus.

    337. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – You could not have possibly had those experiences in regard to your son’s education. Only childless Tgca knows what goes on in every school in America.

    338. Phil says:

      Good luck, Rick.


    339. Gordon Allen says:

      Pitchaboy. Worse things are coming. I know bitterlaw says ” no worries”, remember the Election of 1848…. But the tyrants are at the door,not just the doorstep.

    340. Dylan says:

      342—totally, Phil Scott has no ability to achieve those goals let alone understand what it will take to appeal to a winning electorate coalition Pass the popcorn—-I think we are gonna be in 2006-2008.

    341. NYCmike says:

      #344 – I disagree about this – “let alone understand what it will take to appeal to a winning electorate coalition”, but I do agree with the first part.

      I think he personally knows how to appeal to a winning electorate, and his electoral victories in Florida show that.

      The problem will be that candidates up for election will not only have to have that same capacity to appeal to a winning electorate, they will need to fight rules which if they break them, the media will savage them for it, while if their opponent breaks those same rules, the media will choose to cover it in a very small way, ignore it, or outright ban the publication of it.

    342. Tgca says:

      So besides mentoring and raising Antifa kids, now we find out the Bitter family is anti-Catholic too by Bitter’s own admission above.

      Great! Suburban metrosexual bigoted Antifas. We learn more each day what makes Bitter tick and now it’s starting to all make sense.

      One does not have to have children in a public school to know what goes on in the public schools. Besides, having been a product of the public school system, I learned all I need to know about most public school teachers, and I doubt it’s changed much over the years, especially from what I hear from co-workers and friends with kids in public schools.

      I guess Bitter is clueless about what goes on in the House and Senate too because he does not go there or know anyone that goes there to share firsthand experiences.

      It must be really nice to live in such a simple world like Bitter. If you can’t see it, touch it, or hear it for yourself it must not exist.

    343. NYCmike says:


      You doing ok?

      Your comments have a bit more of an edge lately.

    344. NYCmike says:


      I bought a head of lettuce from a small grocery store called Mommas and Papas.

      Can’t eat it because all the leaves are brown.

    345. Tgca says:

      348. NYC

      Other than my mothaf*& Tourette’s acting up a bit, I’m just f*ckin fine.

      Just tired of the fake conservatives and suburban metrosexuals ruining our country.

      Ready to go to DC and start throwing around some wet tofu at folks and dowsing them with green tea.

    346. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzz. I’m an anti-Catholic Catholic now. Zzzzzzz. Why would my Jewish wife want our children attending Catholic school? I think Catholic schools are great. My brother’s children attended Catholic schools, Our public schools are in the top 5 Districts in PA. Not Top 5%. Top 5.

    347. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – Tgca ate a lot of lead paint as a child in Newark. He feels a need to lie about me for some reason. He pretends to know me but displays his ignorance routinely.

    348. Tgca says:

      Jadon might find this of interest but Mrs. Jadon will not as it might just defer the life insurance cash payments she’s been expecting soon if Jadon gives up his daily diet of lard, grease, and salt for protein enriched worms.

    349. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca – Why don’t you explain. Your accusation that I am a fake conservative. I ran for office 3 times – twice in my town.. If I was such a liberal, why did I lose?

    350. jason says:

      “PRIORITIES: Nancy Pelosi Took 9 Months to Negotiate COVID Stimulus II, But Took Less Than 7 Days to Impeach Trump”

    351. jason says:

      Contempt for people who live in the suburbs and supported Trump- completely acceptable and encouraged.”

      Zzzzz… more fake equivalencies.

      This is why there won’t be any “common ground”.

      The contempt is for the ideology, not the people.

      While the contempt of the suburban elites towards the working class is the opposite, it is actually for the people.

    352. jason says:

      No thanks to the Quitter Chorus.”

      Why not?

      The more of us tune out the better the chance of the suburban elites to prevail.

      You should be thankful.

      Robbie Goebbels said the sooner we deplorables stop voting the better.

    353. jason says:

      I won’t be participating in the GOP civil war, and I don’t really care who wins, it won’t make any difference in the long run.

      But in the short run, I hope the civil war does happen and those that spit in the face of the people who elected them get their just reward. Starting with Liz Cheney.

    354. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      John Soloman reports that Trump has released the SpyGate Kracken and has declassified everything on that matter. Soloman was giddy talking about it and presented some juicy tidbits like the connectivity of players in the Russian Collusion Hoax and the Ukraine Impeachment Hoax.
      The release of the documents is scheduled for tomorrow or Saturday.He says the number of pages is massive so Robbie should have some bedtime reading!

    355. jason says:

      I wonder what common ground Bitter thinks there is the GOP caucus with those 10 people who voted for the most ridiculous impeachment in History.

      These are people who voted to oust a President of their own party a week before he is leaving anyway for no other reason than to appease the MSM. All of them knew Trump did not incite any riot.

      Common ground? Geezus.

    356. Bitterlaw says:

      “Suburban elite” is not an ideology. It is a pejorative term. Jason knows several languages. He did not spend enough time on English.

    357. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason likes to highlight the 75 million Trump voters, including 95% of Republicans. There must be common ground beyond Trump somewhere.

    358. Tgca says:

      “Suburban elite metrosexual” is the correct term


      “Big City suburban metrosexual” or just

      “Metrosexual” for short

    359. jason says:

      “Suburban elite” is not an ideology. It is a pejorative term. ”

      You are the one that doesn’t understand English.

      I didn’t say suburban elite was an ideology. I said I don’t think the ideology of the suburban elites is not going to be acceptable to the majority of R voters.

      “Suburban elite” is a pejorative? Who knew?

    360. Bitterlaw says:

      Read HHR, Jason. Especially Tgca’s posts. It is not intended as a compliment.

    361. jason says:

      It is hilarious.

      Every time Bitter rises in his strident defense of the suburban elites he highlights exactly why there is no common ground.

      Trump should have been the common ground since for a Republican, he was remarkably non-ideological. The reason it wasn’t was because the alternative (Biden and his far left agenda) was acceptable.

      Biden’s far left agenda is not going to be acceptable to most people who voted for Trump.

    362. jason says:

      Tgca doesn’t decide what is a pejorative, sorry.

    363. jason says:

      Read HHR, Jason”

      Right, and if you read HHR, tell me you really think there is going to be “common ground”.

      The fact you are the ONLY one using that term here should tell you something.

    364. Bitterlaw says:

      If an unemployed lawyer is your idea of elite, you need higher standards. I voted for Trump. I live in the suburbs. Explain that.

    365. Tgca says:

      Dear HHR:

      If you voted for Trump, you are a Klan and Nazi lover.

      Who knew? The US fought the Germans in WWII but half of us voters ended up Nazi’s.

    366. Tgca says:


      Stockholm Syndrome?

    367. Bitterlaw says:

      Either you believe that I am running or you don’t, Jason. I assure you that I am. I get on quite well with people in the real world.

    368. jason says:

      If an unemployed lawyer is your idea of elite,”

      Puhhhhleeze, you have been unemployed for what, 3 weeks?

    369. jason says:

      Either you believe that I am running or you don’t, Jason.”

      Who doubted that you are running? Not me.

    370. jason says:

      I even offered to contribute and give ideas for your campaign. You must be confused.

    371. Bitterlaw says:

      Still waiting for the explanation of why I am a fake conservative.

    372. jason says:

      I get on quite well with people in the real world.”

      Heh, I know you think Radnor is the “real world” but believe me, you need to get out more.

    373. Tgca says:

      Uh oh! Sorry! I recant my wet tofu and green tea threats in 350. I was only kidding. Really! Just a joke. Ha! Ha! Ha!

      The FBI is monitoring chatter now.

      Be afraid! Be very afraid! …unless you’re a big city suburban metrosexual because the FBI does not deem metrosexuals threats to our society, only real conservatives.

    374. Bitterlaw says:

      You offer me assistance. Then you sneer at me. Both can’t be true.

      I would appreciate your help but not if you doubt that I can do what I say I will do.

    375. Tgca says:

      I’ve been unemployed as of 2 weeks tomorrow.

      I’ve watched lots of movies, done lots of dog walks, shopped for lots of tofu, and spent way too much time posting at HHR.

    376. jason says:

      Bitter has the same problem Robbie Goebbels has, he thinks he represents the R party.

      Not that I do either, that is why I left the party, so there is no disparagement there.

      But at least I admit it.

      The suburban elites can decide whether they want socialism or if they want to throw their lot in with working class, small business owners, and rural/exub voters, not as leaders, but as contributors to generally acceptable principles.

      My theory is that they prefer socialism. Bitter’s search for “common ground” is doomed to failure.

    377. jason says:

      You offer me assistance. Then you sneer at me. Both can’t be true.”

      Again I don’t sneer at you personally. I sneer at the suburban elites who think they own the R party.

      I believe you will run. I am still not convinced you are in it to win.

    378. Bitterlaw says:

      I know Radnor is not the real world. There is no one real world. Not York. Not Newark. However, there are real problems that face real people. That is the common ground. Growing up where I did could not prevent my father’s dementia or my niece’s suicide. I have a lifetime of illness and disappointments so I can certainly relate to the issues that afflict others. I know what it is to have bills to pay and uncertainty on how they will be paid

      I treat everybody I meet with respect unless they give reason to not deserve it.

    379. jason says:

      Hey Liz Cheney, did you read this. This Antifa guy was one of those arrested for the riot in the Capitol, he actually filmed the woman who was shot.

      “Early in the complaint, the FBI Agent who provided the affidavit in support described Sullivan as follows: 11. SULLIVAN… is a resident of Utah. Based on publicly available information and information provided by SULLIVAN in an interview on January 7, 2021,… SULLIVAN is the leader of an organization called Insurgence USA through which he organizes protests. On July 13, 2020, SULLIVAN was charged with Rioting and Criminal Mischief by the local law enforcement authorities in Provo, Utah, based on his activities around a June 30, 2020, protest in which a civilian was shot and injured… 12. The United States obtained a video of SULLIVAN, posted on YouTube, in which, while attending a protest in Washington, D.C., SULLIVAN can be seen telling a crowd, over a microphone, “we about to burn this sh-t down,” “we got to rip Trump out of office . . . f-cking pull him out of that sh-t . . . we ain’t waiting until the next election . . . we about to go get that motherf-cker.” SULLIVAN then can be seen leading the crowd in a chant of, “it’s time for a revolution.”

    380. jason says:

      That is all fine. But none of that sells.

      It is not enough to tell the voters “I am like you. I suffer and I pay bills”.

      Start thinking of a hook.

    381. Bitterlaw says:

      I am not the R party. Only a fool would think one person is a party. Why would I run if not to win? I ran in 2002 because somebody had to show the R flag. I intended to win the others. Fell 20 votes short out of a pool of 4000 voters for the School Board. Lost the Commissioner race to a lifetime resident of the town.

    382. jason says:

      Will rephrase.

      Not convinced you are willing to do what it takes to win.

    383. Phil says:

      What it takes to win in the Philly suburbs.

      Not complicated. Run as a Democrat. No wait. Now that the mean old Trump has been impeached, those suburban voters are magically Republicans again.

    384. Bitterlaw says:

      I will do what is necessary but I will not wear a sweater. I will pose with a llama.That should appeal to the Inca members of the base.

    385. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – I appreciate your lack of confidence.

    386. Bitterlaw says:

      Wait. Phil is an A-hole.

      Phil- GFY

    387. Trump says:

      Fear The Shaman!

    388. Cash Cow TM says:


      WV State Dept of ED (and Bd. of Ed.) decided to open schools for everyone on Jan. 19.

      Some county boards of ed–including far eastern ones of Jefferson and Berkeley Bd of Ed in my neck of the woods met and said they are NOT opening schools on Jan. 19. Gave the finger to the WV Dept. of Ed. Going to continue virtual for everyone, like they have been doing since they were all closed due to covid numbers being too high again in WV.

      These rebel counties are saying they will open once all the staff gets the covid vaccine, etc.

      WV Dept. of Ed says if you do not open they are going to withhold State funds for those counties. That is about 70 to 90% of total county school funding.

    389. Cash Cow TM says:


      Nancy Pelosi sys she intends to draft articles of impeachment against Teddy Roosevelt and run those in March. She said TR said some inflammatory things and was imperialistic, used underhanded tactics to get the Panama Canal built. Pelosi said TR often said “Bully” and nobody should favor bullying.

      Then go after slave owners Washington, Jefferson, etc.

    390. NYCmike says:


      what do you think the schools should do?

      Open up, or stay virtual?

    391. Bitterlaw says:

      My town is hybrid. Students are divided alphabetically and one half goes one day while the other half is virtual.

    392. NYCmike says:

      My wife’s school is similar. It’s a parochial school.

      My son is all virtual with public school.

    393. Bitterlaw says:

      Students have the option to just stay virtual. My daughter is a senior and a lot of her friends are staying home more and more. I encourage her to go to stay sane and focused.

    394. Bitterlaw says:

      One day she was the only person in her math class while the other students were all on-screen. She said she felt bad for the teacher.

    395. NYCmike says:


    396. NYCmike says:

      Sorry, Bitterlaw, got busy there.


    397. Cash Cow TM says:

      Yesterday, I purposefully listed to CNN during the coverage of the HofR impeachment vote.

      They are cray-cray.

      Want to go after any R who voted for Trump.

      The CNN folks and others they invite on to interview make all sort of statement that are not fact and strongly aver they ARE facts.

      EVERYONE STAUNCHLY declares there was NO ELECTION FRAUD AND THAT TRUMP LIED TO EVERYONE AND his supporter were dumb enough to believe his.

      In THEIR VIEW, everyone who believes Trump’s lies about election fraud are criminally insane.

      They ALL (incorrectly) state that all the charges of election fraud and irregularities were taken to court and the courts found nothing was amiss.

      No mention of 8 months of riots and violence during 2020 to add context.

      No mention of inflammatory statements by dozens of top Dems inciting violence during the 2020 riots and mayhem.

      No mention of riots in DC on inauguration day in Jan. 2017.

      No mention of the screams from the Dems (with zero affidavits) that 2016 was ‘stolen’ by Trump with the aid of the Russians, or p*ssy hat protests, the 4 year long years of ‘Not My President’ Movement, leftists creation of “safe spaces”, multiple anti-Trump rallies in DC in last 4 years, leftist mob descending on the capitol and trying to disrupt the nomination hearings of SC nominee Kavanaugh, no mention of the bogus and fictional Susan Balsy Ford testimony, no mention of the totally discredited Steele Dossier on which the first impeachment of Trump was based,

      No mention of incivility of Nancy P. tearing her copy of Trump’s SOU speech.

      No mention of how close the election was in 2020 with @ 40,000 in 3 states of AX, GA and WI out of about 13,000,000 or more votes cast being the difference in Biden winning/Trump losing.

      No mention of any of the 2020 election irregularity thingies that got half the country riled up such as:

      Like the Vote count UNPRECEDENTLY stopping in the middle of night in a bunch of key states. THEN big vote spike in each for Biden.

      Like the several hours long Video in GA showing the 5 election workers pulling 6 suitcases full of ballots out from under the draped table AFTER the poll watchers were all told no more counties due to the ‘water line break” and all sent away–AND THEY COUNTED BALLOTS FOR HOURS AND RAN THEM THROUGH MULTIPLE TIMES WITH NO POLL WATCHERS PRESENT.

      Like poll watchers for hours being denied access to vote counting and processing in lots of the key states.

      Like ALL THE PROBLEMS IN LOTS OF STATES with the mail in ballots, GA setting signature match matching at 5 or 10%, mailing out as many as 20 ballots to same household in key states, people showing up to vote only to be told they already had voted by mail (by someone else), dead people voting, illegal aliens voting, felons who have lost right to vote voting, people voting in more than one state, MANY sworn affidavits in multiple states of thousands of mail in ballots WITH NO CREASES being run through machines, PA violating a SCOTUS directive to keep any mail in ballots that came in AFTER DATE X established by the legislature SEGREATED, sworn affidavits of mail in ballots that were gray–not white like the rest of them, so many mail in ballots that only had bubble in for POTUS race and no other races and many looking like they were bubbled in by machine

      Like Trump vote totals DECLINING right before your eyes on the TV running totals (and same thing happened with the GA special election to Purdue)

      Like the GA county where they ran the same ballots through the same Dominion machines 5 or 6 times AND GOT A DIFFERENT VOTE COUNT EACH TIME

      Like refusal of any key state to allow a forensic evaluation of the voting machines or mail in ballots

      like No mention of no audit of election as to who actually voted (many being contacted to private groups who reached out to those who state SOS said voted–but these RVs saying “No I did not vote in 2020”)

      like no mention of sworn affidavits from both R and D poll watchers of BOXES OF 60,000-70,000 UNCOUNTED ballots in back room in PA….AFTER THEY WERE TOLD ALL THE BALLOTS HAVE BEEN COUNTED.

      And I could go on…2020 election in some states was FUBAR

      Anyway, CNN folks are bat sheite cray-cray.

      Talk about using a wide brush to paint everyone who is an R or a Trump supported with the sedition brush…

    398. Cash Cow TM says:


      I have always felt closing in person schooling was a terrible idea.

      Yes, there are a number of teachers who are older or have some health issues that makes them more vulnerable to COVID, but the science says younger people are not nearly as vulnerable as people 70 and older.

      As far as I know, there have never been any cases in US or worldwide of teachers getting covid from their students. Could be wrong about that now…

    399. Cash Cow TM says:

      Mrs. Walt got Walt to hike with her and another couple up to Maryland Heights across the river from Harpers Ferry. Walt had been up there before, but last time was about 30 or so years ago.

      Walt said the multiple mile hike UP was no problem. But the return trip killed his hips and back. He was in bad shape…

      When he got home, I think the pain killers and wine helped him some. The key will be to see if he can get out of bed tomorrow.

    400. Cash Cow TM says:

      Ruh Roh.

      “federal law enforcement officials have told CNN that they believe the January 6th storming of the Capitol was planned ahead of time by bad actors instead of a random riot inspired by President Trump’s speech.”
      Will the have any impact on the impeachment of Trump trial in the Senate?

      I heard one D congress critter say that Trump is the one who the KKK supported, the alt right groups supported…therefore he is BAD and should be impeached.

      He said it with conviction.

      He failed to say that Biden was supported by the communists, Antifa, etc.

      Liberal Dems arguing for guilt by association.
      Imagine that.

      Its OK.
      Not to worry.

      “It’s for the greater good.”

    401. Cash Cow TM says:

      YO, PA guys jason, Bitter, eirepa, Pitchboy etc.

      Is tis true or not?

      ” Over 51,000 ballots were marked as returned just a day after they were sent out—an extraordinary speed, given U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivery times, while nearly 35,000 were returned on the same day they were mailed out. Another more than 23,000 have an impossible return date—earlier than the sent date. More than 9,000 have no sent date….”

    402. Cash Cow TM says:

      Same guys, Is this true or not?

      “While the data set clearly states that more than 50 voters with a birth date of Jan. 1, 1800, who received a ballot are assigned the fake month, day, and year “due to confidentiality reasons…usually for victims of domestic violence,” there are also 11 other voters who were reportedly born before 1900 who obtained a mail-in or absentee ballots after requesting one online (OLMAILV) or through a physical mail request form (MAILIN).”

    403. Cash Cow TM says:

      2349 ballots in Allegheny county ruled not admissible…

      But the article does not say what was the final resolution on the 8,000 additional mail in ballots inn Philly that had no signatures were ultimately decided

    404. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      402-410. Regarding Cash Cow’s post above; here is my read of what is happening:

      1. The Democrats/Big Tech hated Trump: throughout his first term they pushed the Russian conspiracy claims, and supported the attempt to impeach him. They claimed his win in 2016 was the result of Russian & foreign interference, and therefore invalid. It was all out war on Trump; which Trump’s abrasive personality inflamed.

      2. Given their belief that Trump was elected through fraud and foreign influence, it was clear the Democrats/Big Tech were going to do whatever it took to prevent him from being re-elected. Trump’s evilness justified extraordinary measures; including possibly the illegal election activities that Cash Cow referred to in his post;

      3. Once Trump lost the election, any claims of election fraud or election irregularities were completely dismissed and declared false. Twitter began posting disclaimers on all Trump’s tweets, and the news media summarily dismissed all of Trump’s election claims as false;

      4. When a number of demonstrators from a Trump rally illegally entered and vandalized the Capitol building, despite Trump’s call that the demonstration be peaceful and law abiding, the Democrats/Big Tech immediately claimed Trump had “instigated” the attack — with no proof of this whatsoever. No one has ever provided any evidence that Trump stated the Capitol building should be entered or attacked. He expressly stated the opposite. It was sort of the Democrats Reichstag moment;

      5. Now the Democrats and Big Tech are attempting, through massive censorship, to totally silence Trump and his supporters;

      What is happening reminds me of what happened in Eastern Europe, when the communists took over after World War II. The Hungarian communist leader, Rakosi, once spoke of the salami slice strategy — totally eliminate the opposition slice by slice.

    405. Bitterlaw says:

      Cash Cow – Walt was born before 1900 and he is allowed to vote. Maybe he has some immortal children in PA. As for the other PA claims, they do not shock me but I have not followed much post-election news for the past few weeks. It is too depressing.

    406. Wobbles says:

      ” Over 51,000 ballots were marked as returned just a day after they were sent out—an extraordinary speed, given U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivery times, while nearly 35,000 were returned on the same day they were mailed out. Another more than 23,000 have an impossible return date—earlier than the sent date. More than 9,000 have no sent date….”

      Must be a conspiracy theory, this should be censored.

    407. jason says:

      Suburban elites take heed….

      “The polls also indicate that the base still supports Trump and they’d vote for him again. According to a poll conducted by Frank Luntz, 91 percent of Trump voters said they would vote for him again.”


      Some Republicans think if they jettison Trump quickly, they can make nice with the Democrats and help the GOP.

      The polls show that the base is against the impeachment as a basically a divisive pointless political effort at this point, not concentrated on helping Americans.

      According to the Washington Examiner, seventy-four percent said impeachment is “politically motivated to prevent the president from running again.” Sixty-five percent said Biden and Pelosi were “keeping the country divided.”

      It also indicated that nearly half were “less likely to vote for a member of Congress who voted to impeach.”

      So that’s not boding well for the political future of any Republican who lines up on the side of the question. If they think it’s helping “save the Republican Party,” it ultimately may be ending the party if the base picks up and leaves them.”

    408. jason says:

      Sean Parnell should take a look at these Allegheny Co. votes since he only lost by less than 10k votes.

    409. jason says:

      Hey Dan troll, show us some Antifa messages.

    410. jason says:


      “The contempt is the biggest source of poison here. But feeling contempt for “deplorables” is a major source of self-esteem for insecure gentry-class types”

    411. jason says:

      Bitter to rule if “gentry-class types” is pejorative in 3, 2, 1….

    412. Chicon says:

      Definition of pejorative…”Tending or intended to depreciate or deteriorate, as the sense of a word; giving a low or bad sense to.”

      So, I’d say it is pejorative, as well as correct.

    413. jason says:

      Why is it “tending to depreciate or deteriorate”?

      Definition of “gentry”

      “people of good social position”

    414. jason says:

      If you start with the wrong premise, the conclusion is generally wrong.

    415. Tgca says:

      419 & 420

      Agreed! “Gentry-class types” is definitely pejorative.

      Also, I find the word “pejorative” to be pejorative too.

    416. Bitterlaw says:

      Words haver meaning. Thanks, Chicon. I looked up the party breakdown of the current congress. It has 222 Dems and 211 GOP with 2 seats not filled (is New York ever going to finish counting the ballots?).

      10 GOP members voted to impeach. I strongly disagree with their votes. However, 95% of the GOP reps did the right thing. Hardly supports the doom and gloom anti-evil establishment theme here. Go ahead and primary challenge the 10.

    417. Tgca says:


      A.k.a. Junk in, junk out.

      If you elect Dems (chit in), you get bad legislation (chit out).

    418. jason says:

      What some of your brethren said on Parler (mid-story)”

      Maybe Dan the Dumbass Troll can give us some quotes from Dems inciting violence on Twitter.

    419. jason says:

      Go ahead and primary challenge the 10.

      Great idea!

      GOP Wall of Shame

      Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois
      Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming
      Rep. John Katko of New York
      Rep. Fred Upton of Michigan
      Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler of Washington
      Rep. Dan Newhouse of Washington
      Rep. Peter Meijer of Michigan
      Rep. Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio
      Rep. Tom Rice of South Carolina
      Rep. David Valadao of California

    420. jason says:

      Valadao just won a close contest in CA. I am sorry I was pulling for him all those days it was undecided.

    421. Tgca says:

      The GOP leadership is corrupt establishment. They do nothing to address issues. They just talk talk talk but there is no walking the talk.

      McCarthy supports Cheney when over 95% of his team did not agree with her. That suggests something is very wrong in tje leadership. If he can’t see that, then he should resign from the leadership too.

      It was not a vote of conscience as she LIED about. It was an attempt to appease her political cronies and weaken Trump and his supporters. It backfired!

      What kind of leader supports impeachment with no evidence, no hearings, and a rush to vote in 24 hours.

      Let’s go back and impeach her dad for war crimes too then.

      This skank needs to go! Horrible judgment!

    422. jason says:

      So “gentry class” is now a pejorative?

      HHR is getting worse than Big Tech.

      Gentry (from Old French genterie, from gentil, “high-born, noble”) are “well-born, genteel and well-bred people” of high social class.

      Hard to see what is pejorative about it unless you believe in class warfare.

    423. jason says:

      But I agree “skank” is pejorative.

    424. jason says:

      Btw, I would love to be a “gentry class type”.

    425. jason says:

      However, 95% of the GOP reps did the right thing.”

      And 95% of their constituents supported Trump.

      Another reason the gentry class should not be controlling the GOP.

    426. jason says:

      A coalition of companies is pushing for a credential that would identify people who have received a COVID-19 vaccine.

      Microsoft, Oracle, and Salesforce are among the businesses that are part of a group that announced on Jan. 14 that they’re working on the new project.”

      Maybe a yellow star of David?

    427. Tgca says:


      “Skank” is only pejorative if used to purposely demean. If it is used factually, it is not pejorative. Skank is defined as “sleazy or unpleasant person.” Since that factually describes Liz Cheney, then referring to her as a skank is not pejorative.

      This is similar to “whore” if used to describe a prostitute. It’s factual definition and not meant as pejorative.

    428. jason says:

      I see.

      So Messy Moron is not pejorative since Messy is in fact a moron?

      Good to know.

    429. Phil says:

      Yes a star of David with a scarlet letter reserved for anyone who has made a pro Trump statement on social media. In addition to a ban on their employment of course.

    430. jason says:

      I don’t like being pejorative towards anyone, so I am glad amoral scumbag is not pejorative since Robbie Goebbels is indeed an amoral scumbag.

    431. Tgca says:

      Same thing with metrosexual. If it accurately describes one, then it’s not meant as pejorative.

      Same thing with terms like “big city suburbanite.” If it’s an accurate classification, it’s not pejorative.

      Therefore, if “words” have meaning individually, and they are used accurately, then compounding them also have meaning and are not pejorative, like:

      Big City Suburban Metrosexual.

    432. jason says:

      Since he believes repeating the same lies over and over will eventually be accepted as truth, “Goebbels” in his case is also not pejorative, just factual.

      Tgca is definitely on to something here.

    433. jason says:

      “Tgca expert on all things except gayness and nutrition” also not pejorative, since it is factual.

    434. jason says:

      Big City Suburban Metrosexual.”

      Bitter will be relieved, he viewed it as pejorative.

      You probably made his day.

    435. Cash Cow TM says:

      Well, guess who came knocking on the door this morning?


      Walt answered the door and they said they were investigating those who had broken into the capitol building.

      They said one guy they arrested was wearing a set of cow horns on his head. They wanted to know if Cash Cow was related the the guy wearing the horns on his head and perhaps Cow .may have also been inside the capitol building.

      Walt vouched for me, said Cow had not been in DC that day. Also showed them my papers which were all in good order. And Walt said as far as he knew Cow was not related to the horn wearing guy they arrested.

      I hid in the broom closet. Very scary. I have heard stories of what they do to cows in prison.

      And they said an informant told them that a Cash Cow was posting alleged election fraud and irregularities in HHR from this address most recently, just last night!

      Walt said it must be some mistake, so they left.

      I was so scared I pooped big loads all over the two boxes of PA mail in votes there in the closet.
      I bet that damned Wobbles ratted on me.

    436. Tgca says:

      Yes, Jadon.

      I think we can all agree at HHR that if “words have meaning” and we used them in a literal context, then clearly there is no pejorative implied in postings so folks should not get offended.

    437. jason says:

      Walt survived the Inquisition, he can run rings around the FBI.

    438. jason says:

      Valadao is a moron, but this is not pejorative.

      He describes impeachment at a “rushed political stunt” without due process and then votes for it?

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      “Speaker Pelosi has thrown precedent and process out the window by turning what should be a thorough investigation into a rushed political stunt. I wish, more than anything, that we had more time to hold hearings to ensure due process.

      “Unfortunately, Speaker Pelosi did not afford us that option. Based on the facts before me, I have to go with my gut and vote my conscience. I voted to impeach President Trump.

    439. Tgca says:

      I’m glad that my EXCELLENT EXPERTise has cleared up all this confusion for some of the more overly sensitive “girly men” here.

      …and for the record, I’m using “girly men” in a factual and literal sense so it too is not meant to be pejorative.

    440. jason says:

      Tgca is lucky bastard… in love with himself and not a rival on earth.

    441. Cash Cow TM says:


      Dopes Trump issue a pardon to himself today?

      If he does,

      1. does that not admit to guilt?

      2. can a president legally do this?

      I say Trump does NOT issue a pardon to himself.

    442. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Here is one GOP Senator in the middle of his re-education to SJW:

      This is a… weirdly specific apology.

    443. Tgca says:


      These GOP politicians have no spine and no balls.

      So it just dawned on Sen Lankford that some of those cities he was opposing committed fraud occurred in Dem districts with larger AA constituents?

      How stoopid does he think people are?

      Is he implying Ted Cruz misled him and that had he known these were Dem cities with AA constituents he would not have signed on with Ted to object to fraud?

    444. Tgca says:

      450. Sheeple


    445. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Thunder-stealing time again.
      My favorite(sarc.) former Senator makes his opinion known; Mr. Tennessee himself–BOB CORKER!!!!

      Former Sen. Corker: ‘Never ever,
      ever allow someone like President
      Trump to serve again’
      Knoxville News Sentinel, by Tyler Whetstone

      Original Article

      Posted By: Ribicon, 1/15/2021 11:28:27 AM

      Now is the time, says former U.S. Sen. Bob Corker, for the Republican Party to transform to survive. A day after the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump for the second time, Corker told Knox News the party must rid itself of the Trumpism that has taken over the GOP. “Look, there’s no one that feels more strongly about the fact that Republicans ought to celebrate some of the policy gains that have occurred,” he said, “but never ever, ever allow someone like President Trump to serve again, certainly to become the Republican nominee or be president of the…

    446. Tgca says:

      The ignorance of sports players, current and past is astounding.

      Charles Barkley thinks that NBA and NFL players should get preferential treatment for Covid vaccine because they pay more taxes. He actually agrees because they pay so much taxes, they should get preferential treatment for life and death too.

      Unreal! Listen to the video to hear him speak. Unbelievable!

    447. Cash Cow TM says:


      As you know dogs often chase cows.

      Cash Cow is petrified of dogs.

      I am continually horrified and traumatized when I scroll through Facebook and see lots of photos of dogs.

      I deserve the right to not be traumatized.
      it is a basic human…err,,cow right.

      I have contacted Pelosi to get Facebook to ban all pictures of dogs.
      You can thank me later.

    448. Bitterlaw says:


    449. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason lives on an estate surrounded by llamas and calls other people gentry? I love this place.

      The metrosexual label is so stupid and completely inaccurate in regard to me that Tgca just confirms that he is a clown. I see no point in discussing ABORTION with such a person.

    450. Bitterlaw says:

      The guy I coached with for 5 seasons is not coaching until he can get a vaccine. He is close to 70 and his wife won’t allow him to risk it. Of course, he still plays in a men’s league and is healthier than I am. Maybe I should be worried that my wife said I should coach 2 teams.

    451. JeffP says:

      These GOP politicians are so weak ie Langford, or corrupt Murkowski or self serving Liz Cheney and have zero regard for their constituents they represent. Remember governed by the people for the people…it is really incredible they are so disconnected from reality of election fraud and the voters that put them in office.

    452. JeffP says:

      Corker is another one. Get rid of Trumpism…these people are clueless. Let’s go back to Dem globalist light again.

      I have talked with dozens of people that never expressed interest in politics the last several weeks whose eyes are open to all of this corruption. If it wasn’t for Trumpism they would have not been woke and interested before.

    453. Phil says:

      Yeah, whatever you say Corker.

      The guy is as out of touch with Republican voters out of office as he was in office. A real Washington establishment Republican. He and Toomey ought to get a room together.

      It’s guys like him that made me cease being a Republican voter in the future.

    454. NYCmike says:

      jason to nominate Corker for a Medal of Freedom in 3……2……1…….

    455. Bitterlaw says:

      NT and you won’t like it.

    456. NYCmike says:

      “What some of your brethren said on Parler (mid-story):”


      What about those horrible words/statements so trouble you?

      Personally, if someone has it out for me, especially as an elected representative, I would want them to publicize it, as opposed to shutting them down, taking away their voice, and driving them underground and into desperation.

      I wasn’t much surprised by those statements, people are angry and somewhat irrational. I say let them vent, but keep an eye on them. If they go somewhere near their target, then I could see “paying them a visit”.

      If they take action, the full force of the state should be brought down upon their heads……of course, I would apply the same process to Antifa/BLM, who actually acted out what they stated they would do.

    457. Rudy G. says:

      Why is everyone so down?

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