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    Nelson Leads Johnson in WI By 4%

    Republicans may be on the verge of losing a US Senate seat in Wisconsin if a new poll from Change Research is to be believed. Democratic Candidate tom Nelson paid for a poll showing himself ahead of Republican incumbent Ron Johnson.

    US SENATE – WISCONSIN (Change Research)
    Tom Nelson (D) 48%
    Ron Johnson (R-inc) 44%

    GOVERNOR WISCONSIN (Change Research)
    Tony Evers (D-inc) 48%
    Rebecca Kleefisch (R) 43%

    This poll was done March 25-27 among 1723 registered voters.

    Posted by Dave at 9:45 pm
    Filed under: General | Comments (1,025)

    1,025 Responses to “Nelson Leads Johnson in WI By 4%”

    1. Tgca says:

      Uno Bebe! Uno!

    2. Tgca says:

      This is for Jadon.

      It will bring tears to his eyes.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/mask-covid.jpg

    3. jason says:

      Every one of your posts about the Pope mentioned me specifically in an attempt to get me to stop going to Church”

      You will not find any posts where I endorse this woke garbage so you have to make the weakest claim possible that watching sports makes me akin to a member of Antifs or BLM.”

      Completely unhinged.

      I never told you not to go to Mass, suggested you shouldn’t go to Mass, or implied going to Mass made you a Communist. You can’t come up with ONE post where I said any of that.

      YOU are the one who responds to any criticism of the Pope with “should I stop going to Mass”?

      I am accusing you of being BLM or Antifa because I am critical of your wokiness?

      Zzzzz……

    4. Tgca says:

      MLB = BLM

      ??

    5. jason says:

      It must be so much fun to in Jason’s house during (fill in the sport) season.”

      You can still watch golf and soccer, for the time being anyway. Hunting and fishing shows. You can feed the llamas. You can improve your butter churning and shoo-fly pie making skills. You won’t get any soda but the apple cider is good.

      I know you think being called a racist and being lectured on social justice for hours on end by self entitled millionaires is fun for you.

      But there is life beyond that.

    6. Bitterlaw says:

      I never defended the Pope’s political statements. Why would I when I don’t agree with them?

      Why would I think they are lecturing me since I am not a racist?

      Golf and soccer are not sports. One is a competition of skill. The other is soccer.

    7. Phil says:

      Why would I think they are lecturing me since I’m not a racist?

      Oh brother.

      Sorry, bitter. You white? Then you are a racist. Just ask LeBron. Actually, you don’t need to ask him and his pals. They readily volunteer that information.

      You know. Critical Race Theory. It’s where it’s at, baby.

    8. Tgca says:

      6

      But you are a racist! You just don’t know it yet.

      Just like you’re woke and don’t know it yet but Pelosi will guide you once you get to Congress.

      Just like you’re a metrosexual but are in denial.

      Bitter is like the ghetto dudes on the DL who can’t admit who they is.

      But no worries, with TG, LisaB, Jadon, Phil and a few others at HHR, we will guide him to full acceptance at some point…unless Mrs. Bitter puts him in an early grave 1st with her specially designed diet for him of soda, pizza, and chocolate.

      What are friends for, eh?

    9. Bitterlaw says:

      You always tell me how great it is to live in Texas. I don’t believe that, either. It is amazing that people who don’t watch sports are experts on what they are not watching. In the past few days Jason had to admit BLM is not on NBA courts any more.

    10. Bitterlaw says:

      I told my wife years ago that I will make my own dinner. She cooks every night for herself and my daughter. Healthy foods including salads. I had soda for dinner tonight. 2 cans.

    11. Tgca says:

      9

      WHAT?

      BLM is all over the NBA courts.

      They’re the guys you tune in to watch that run around in shorts and expensive sneakers bouncing balls and throwing them in netted hoops hanging on the walls.

      You know, the guys that get paid really really big bucks to tell you how you should really think because you’re a racist.

    12. jason says:

      The meaning of Easter is more transcendent than the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Whether you are Christian or not, through a commitment to helping others we are able to save ourselves.

      — Reverend Raphael Warnock”

      Normal.

    13. Tgca says:

      I ate at a so-called healthy salad place today. I got avocado toast so loaded with salt that I’m still swishing from all the water I drank afterwards.

      A lot of these salad bars are loaded with empty calories like lettuce that pile on excessive bad carbs smothered with salt for taste.

      Next time, I’ll save myself $12 and eat avocados at home without all the salty toppings.

    14. jason says:

      “jason had to admit BLM is not on NBA courts any more.”

      Zzzzz….

      Yeah, but of course if they had more viewers like Bitter it would still be there.

    15. jason says:

      Why would I think they are lecturing me since I am not a racist?”

      Bitter actually thinks the lectures are not directed at him….

    16. jason says:

      Healthy salad is an oxymoron.

    17. Tgca says:

      12

      Damn right! It ain’t all about the resurrection!

      Easter is a time for lots of chocolate bunnies, coconut creamed eggs, sugary marshmellowy pink and yellow peeps, and jelly beans.

      …unfortunately, none of this is in my diet.

    18. Bitterlaw says:

      Who called what is happening since the election “normal?”

    19. jason says:

      Here is my salad recipe.

      Lettuce, bacon, ham, grilled steak.

      Eat the salad, but be careful not to eat the lettuce garnish.

    20. Bitterlaw says:

      If they want to waste money thinking they are lecturing me, have at it. It has no more effect than telling me to be left-handed.

    21. jason says:

      Who called what is happening since the election “normal?”

      I think anyone that is comfortable with it must think it is normal.

    22. jason says:

      If they want to waste money thinking they are lecturing me, have at it.”

      It is your money.

    23. Bitterlaw says:

      I have never eaten a salad. I tasted coffee once and hated it. You could list dozens of vegetables I have never tried.

    24. lisab says:

      It is amazing that people who don’t watch sports are experts on what they are not watching.
      ——————–

      it is amazing that someone who has never been successful wants to be a leader of the nation

    25. jason says:

      But no need to thank me for not spending money to have woke sports think they are lecturing you.

    26. Bitterlaw says:

      Enough of this for today. My 2 lifesaving cokes are next to my bed. I don’t trust myself to wake up when my monitor goes off, go downstairs, measure out sugar and wait for it to dissolve in hot water like Tgca suggested.

    27. Bitterlaw says:

      It’s amazing that somebody who waits for her husband to tell her when to quit her job and follow him to another state thinks she can judge others.

      Did you and your sisters have a nice Easter? Oh. Well. Maybe they did. Sorry.

    28. jason says:

      Being woke is life saving for Bitter.

    29. jason says:

      thinks she can judge others’

      Says Mr. Surrender himself who loves to judge others for “surrendering”.

    30. jason says:

      It is amazing that people who don’t watch sports are experts on what they are not watching.”

      The denial in this statement is astounding.

      Do I really have to watch Don Lemon’s show on CNN entirely to know that it is far left propaganda? Rachel Madcow on MSNBC?

      To deny that pro sports have gone completely woke and that all the talking heads on the sports channels have gone woke is really sticking your head in sand.

      But hey, the Dallas NBA team banned the national anthem.

      Normal.

    31. jason says:

      Bitter to lie and say I told him not to watch sports in 3, 2, 1.

      So let me make it perfectly clear.

      1) Bitter should go to Mass.
      2) Bitter should watch whatever sports he wants.
      3) Bitter should drink any brand of soda he wants.

    32. jason says:

      Now that that is clear, we can move on.

      I am trying to make a deal with my wife. I will plant some fruits and vegetables if she won’t try to make me eat them.

      So far I can’t get a commitment.

    33. Bitterlaw says:

      Well, you should have watched an NBA game this season before proclaiming that BLM is displayed on the court.

      Since nobody here posted that what is going on is normal, are you going to stop posting “ normal? “

    34. Bitterlaw says:

      31 And you will condemn me for it repeatedly.

    35. Tgca says:

      30

      It is with a heavy heart and much sadness that today I report it is official based on events transpired this Easter weekend.

      Our beloved Bitter has been fully indoctrinated into the far left radical thinking on social inequity and is not aware of it (a.k.a. Useful idiot).

      He is lost to us at HHR forever and now a full- fledged woke metrosexual that will side with the sportsman and women, the Hollywood elite, the MSM, Big Tech, and selected Corporate leaders that all have one thing in common, wealth and privilege that allow them to lecture others on what equity and justice looks like in a socialistic society and why all who disagree with them are racists.

      Bitter is now making the same arguments of privilege that his esteemed socialist comrades are making, “my views are normal; it’s everyone else that’s out of touch and racist.”

      He is their unintended follower and will support their actions to suppress free speech and conservative voices.

      This is why Bitter is anxious to be elected to Congress, as part of the Romney and Haley coalition where he believes he can be more successful by being a Pelosi and Schumer Republican and getting “normal” things done for the people than rallying with conservatives.

      Join Bitter and his campaign to change America, starting in your local communities coaching the next generation of socialist liberals and metrosexuals to the accolades of his neighbors.

      Pelosi will be very proud to have him in her Congress caucusing with the Dems when she informs him how to vote.

      A sad day indeed as the last few HHR stragglers hold out while past members like Author, MD, Coreeee, Mikey, and now Bitter, have succumbed to the socialist indoctrination of the New America.

      Remember to the remaining TRUE conservatives, resistance is futile.

    36. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

      I have no interest in outliving Tgca to read his obituary. He would be survived by nobody. Even his dog would skip the funeral to find a new source of food.

    37. Bitterlaw says:

      Me giving up sports and soda would change nothing. Jason and Phil giving up voting is far more damaging.

    38. Tgca says:

      36

      It saddens me to hear such hostility from my good friend Bitter but it is not unexpected. I forgive him for his outbursts.

      This is part of tactical training of the woke culture, even those that don’t realize they’re yet woke. Attack the TRUE conservative voices.

      It’s a good thing I don’t live near Bitter or else I might find my home windows broken.

      I guess it was God’s will to thrust this upon us during the Easter season, as He often works in mysterious ways. I’m sure the Dear Lord has a larger plan at play we yet don’t understand but TRUE conservatives will keep faith no matter the pressures from many including the communist Pope that so many now blindly follow.

      I guess you can say Bitter is our Judas. It not for material wants, as we know Bitter’s wife provides all those necessities for him. Rather, Bitter’s decades of rage stem from not getting his way and has led him astray to the dark side simply for the acceptance and accolades of his suburban Philly metrosexuals and woke neighbors.

      I get it! I really do. It’s important to have your fellow metrosexuals like you. One can only hold out for so long before succumbing to the pressures of all one’s socialist friends and families. At some point, they wear you down. Resistance is futile.

      I pray for my friend Bitter like I do for all the other losers that support being woke and socialists.

      May God have mercy on their pathetic little souls.

    39. jason says:

      Me giving up sports and soda would change nothing. Jason and Phil giving up voting is far more damaging.”

      Zzzzz….

      Nah, Biden’s agenda and woke and cancel culture is much more damaging to the country.

      But as Tgca says, you want to be a useful idiot for it.

    40. jason says:

      Since nobody here posted that what is going on is normal, are you going to stop posting “ normal? “

      It bothers you, huh?

      I wonder why.

    41. Phil says:

      Yeah, we know why.

    42. Phil says:

      Damaging that I won’t vote for Republicans like bitter?

      Why is that exactly?

    43. jason says:

      Bitter is now making the same arguments of privilege that his esteemed socialist comrades are making, “my views are normal; it’s everyone else that’s out of touch and racist.”

      Alas that seems to be true.

      His defense of “Nikki You have to feel my pain or you are a racist Haley” should have been my first clue.

      At the time, he implied that since I was offended by being called a racist maybe I was a racist.

      Then he calls me a an anti-Catholic bigot because I state what is obvious, the Pope is a doctrinaire Marxist.

      So if you are not woke, you must be a racist and bigot.

      Now where have we heard that meme before?

    44. Phil says:

      I know Bitter doesn’t like Texas. He feels compelled to remind us of that daily….but too bad he doesn’t live in Dallas. Mark Cuban is bitter’s kind of pro franchise owner. No national anthem? Normal.

    45. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      April 5, 2021 at 8:35 am

      31 And you will condemn me for it repeatedly”

      Nah, stop playing victim. I don’t condemn you for going to Mass, watching woke sports or drinking woke drinks.

      In any case, I am tired of this argument and ready to move on.

      Bitter is entitled to be as woke as he wants. If he wants to surrender to woke culture while accusing me of surrendering, I have called him on the hypocrisy but it is what it is.

      So with me, Bitter can have the last word.

      What I condemn is giving woke culture a pass like saying “I am ok with entitled millionaires calling everyone a racist because I am not a racist”, or “yeah, BLM was on the court last season but not this season” while the NBA is still funding woke commercials dozens of times during each game. Or that “I don’t see woke messages in the end zone because the Eagles don’t score any TDs”.

    46. jason says:

      Sorry, Bitter can have the last word was supposed to be my last word.

    47. Bitterlaw says:

      jason says:
      April 5, 2021 at 9:47 am
      Since nobody here posted that what is going on is normal, are you going to stop posting “ normal? “

      It bothers you, huh?

      I wonder why.

      Phil says:
      April 5, 2021 at 9:51 am
      Yeah, we know why.

      Because it is yet another lie about me. I NEVER said this was normal.

    48. Bitterlaw says:

      In any case, I am tired of this argument and ready to move on.

      Bitter is entitled to be as woke as he wants. If he wants to surrender to woke culture while accusing me of surrendering, I have called him on the hypocrisy but it is what it is.

      So with me, Bitter can have the last word.

      Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Jason thinks I must have incredible power to change woke culture. I don’t. I reject it. If I typed “I agree with Jason and Phil” a million times, it still changes nothing. So jason can accuse me of surrendering to woke culture but he committed an actual act of surrender when he unregistered to vote. Since Jason gave the last word, he can GFH.

    49. Phil says:

      No, you just act like it all is with your blasé stick your head in the sand attitude.

    50. Bitterlaw says:

      Yeah, we know why. We completed a completely false narrative about Bitter even though he agrees with us probably 98% of the time because we need a villain at HHR.

      Phil – I fixed it for you.

    51. Bitterlaw says:

      No, you just act like it all is with your blasé stick your head in the sand attitude.

      I want to thank Phil for confirming that I never said that any of the events that have transpired since Election Day were normal. As jason says, Baby Steps, Phil. Baby steps.

    52. Bitterlaw says:

      However, if Phil and jason have a plan that would actually combat cancel culture, I hope they share it so we can work together.

    53. Bitterlaw says:

      I know Bitter doesn’t like Texas. He feels compelled to remind us of that daily

      Nothing personal, Phil. I could post about dozens of states I don’t like every day but that would take too much time.

    54. Bitterlaw says:

      Montgomery County (PA) Commissioner Valerie Arkoosh has declared that she is running for the Senate in 2022. She is also a physician and held the county hostage during lockdown. She is certainly relieved that if she gets the nomination, Jason will endorse her campaign by not voting. I will vote for the Republican nominee but at least she can say she got the support of the York A-hole.

    55. Wes says:

      Oddly enough, a state that knowingly reelected a known corrupt child molester to the Senate in 2018 is NOT among the states Bitter hates.

    56. Bitterlaw says:

      ZZZZZZZZZZZ. I never voted for any Democrat in New Jersey and cast my last ballot there in 1993.
      If North Carolina was not 10 hours away AND did not have the most over-rated beaches in America, I would not need Ocean City, New Jersey.

    57. jason says:

      However, if Phil and jason have a plan that would actually combat cancel culture”

      Yes we can all believe Bitter is interested in combating woke and cancel culture.

      But I will give Bitter that last word:

      “I am ok with entitled millionaires calling everyone a racist because I am not a racist”, or “yeah, BLM was on the court last season but not this season” while the NBA is still funding woke commercials dozens of times during each game. Or that “I don’t see woke messages in the end zone because the Eagles don’t score any TDs”.

    58. jason says:

      Jason will endorse her campaign by not voting”

      I love them rich burbs, those elitists sure know how to live.

      Not only do the voting machines have a “vote against” option, but you can endorse someone by not voting, which must take a sophisticated algorithm of some sort.

      Too bad the Pope is against wealth. I admire it.

    59. jason says:

      wes, don’t feel bad, Bitter hates most of PA too.

    60. NYCmike says:

      “Oddly enough, a state that knowingly reelected a known corrupt child molester to the Senate in 2018 is NOT among the states Bitter hates.”

      -Good morning/afternoon.

      Again, this needs to be asked – Does Wes think these ridiculous statements are funny?

      They aren’t.

      -OR-

      Does he think they are intelligent statements, with a sound basis of reasoning?

      They aren’t.

    61. jason says:

      Jason thinks I must have incredible power to change woke culture. I don’t.”

      Bitter must think I have incredible power to stop socialism by voting.

      I don’t.

      What would stop socialism is a complete reversal in the far left brainwashing of students at all levels. A rebellion against leftist dogma not only in academia, but in local, state and federal government. In the media, and in the corporate world.

      Bitter has no interest in any of this. He already completely surrendered to it. He thinks it will all go away if everybody just votes for whatever corrupt and woke Republican the party puts up in the next election. He thinks it is enough to say Romney, Toomey and Haley are “better than Democrats”, problem solved.

      In a way, I don’t blame Bitter. I worked for and voted for Rs for decades whatever I thought of them because I believed that in the end I was contributing to a greater cause.

      But I woke up (pun intended) and smelled the coffee. Bitter is still out there inhaling the woke fumes and pretending he is breathing the scent of fresh roses.

    62. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      Since Wes is on the blog right now, use him and think what his idol, Bill Clinton, would do, when faced with voters/citizens upset with supposed “things you can’t change”….fake it and “feel their pain”.

      For the love of GOD, man, just fake it, so HHR can move on from these tedious arguments!

    63. Bitterlaw says:

      Not only do the voting machines have a “vote against” option, but you can endorse someone by not voting, which must take a sophisticated algorithm of some sort.

      Zzzzzzzz. Using jason’s logic that endorse cancel culture by drinking a soda, he certainly endorses Democrats by not voting.

    64. jason says:

      wes, I think what NYC thinks is funny is his untiring effort to help Chuck Schumer become majority leader.

      Now THAT is hilarious.

    65. jason says:

      Using jason’s logic that endorse cancel culture by drinking a soda,’

      The only problem is that I never used that logic.

    66. Bitterlaw says:

      But I will give Bitter that last word:

      “I am ok with entitled millionaires calling everyone a racist because I am not a racist”, or “yeah, BLM was on the court last season but not this season” while the NBA is still funding woke commercials dozens of times during each game. Or that “I don’t see woke messages in the end zone because the Eagles don’t score any TDs”.

      MOVE TO STRIKE. JASON GAVE ME THE LAST WORD AND THEN VIOLATED HIS OWN STATEMENT. HHR WILL IGNORE JASON’S POST 57

    67. NYCmike says:

      “Jason thinks I must have incredible power to change woke culture. I don’t.”

      Bitter must think I have incredible power to stop socialism by voting.

      I don’t.”

      -Heh….I think both of you are wrong…..then again, I have often been characterized as a hopeless romantic type, looking to SEND A MESSAGE whenever possible.

      Bitterlaw, if you won’t take part in the culture war, you will be as effective as the current Republican Party has been in the last 70 years, which is to say, NOT VERY EFFECTIVE.

      Of course, jason was a YUGE part of that ineffectiveness in the past, with his unyielding worship of the Bush family (not including JEB!2016).

    68. NYCmike says:

      “Now THAT is hilarious.”

      -It is.

      Bald-faced lies do make me laugh.

    69. Wes says:

      NYCmike says:
      April 5, 2021 at 12:00 pm
      “Oddly enough, a state that knowingly reelected a known corrupt child molester to the Senate in 2018 is NOT among the states Bitter hates.”

      -Good morning/afternoon.

      Again, this needs to be asked – Does Wes think these ridiculous statements are funny?

      They aren’t.

      -OR-

      Does he think they are intelligent statements, with a sound basis of reasoning?

      They aren’t.

      I just love when long-running jokes go over idiots’ heads.

    70. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – Which do you think will more clearly prove that that I reject cancel culture and oppose the woke movement?

      “In a speech today, Bitterlaw rejected cancel culture…”

      OR

      Several reported noted that Bitterlaw, a diabetic, drank Dr. Pepper just after he began sweating and appeared disoriented. People on the campaign trail noted that he previously drank Coke and did not exhibit such symptoms.

    71. NYCmike says:

      “I just love when long-running jokes go over idiots’ heads.”

      -Question asked, and answered.

      Wes thinks this is a “long-running joke”. This is what I thought, but since it is so not funny, as I have said many times before, that I had to ask.

    72. NYCmike says:

      ““In a speech today, Bitterlaw rejected cancel culture…””

      -This wouldn’t happen.

      The media would report ““In a speech today, candidate Bitterlaw accepted the racist arguments made by ALL Republicans to try and deflect the insidious inherent racism this nation was founded on in 1619.”

    73. Tgca says:

      Jadon is not authorized to give the last word and render this issue closed since there are other parties to this matter seeking a remedy to Bitter being woke and supporting the NBA and NFL supporters of BLM who wish to demonize all those that disagree with them as racists, all while they stoke a racial war in America.

      Like Coke, Bitter is woke!

    74. Tgca says:

      I wonder if this was1930s Germany if Bitter would be off saying I don’t care what Hitler says because I did not vote for him or I am not a member of the Nazi party so I don’t have to comment on their views which are not mine so they can do as they please as it does not impact me.

      *kicks Anne Frank’s off girls sports team he coaches after
      she asks he speak out on Nazi propaganda. No place for radical politics in team sports he claims.*

    75. Bitterlaw says:

      My wife is Jewish. My children are Jewish under Jewish law but do not practice that faith. GFY. You know how to call me so I can say GFY directly to you.

      Wes is correct that when somebody has to make Hitler analogies they lost the argument.

    76. lisab says:

      BLM was on the court last season but not this season
      ——————–

      is that because

      a.) the owners don’t think it is appropriate

      or

      b.) the people who have stopped watching have cut substantially into their profits?

    77. Tgca says:

      76

      I lost the argument of Bitter being woke?

      Ha. Ha. Ha. Ha. Ha.

      Ha. Ha. Ha. Ha. Ha.

      Stop! My tummy is aching.

      Now Bitter clinging to any support he can get to defend not being woke.

      He looks to his arch southern adversary for support.

      Desperate times call for desperate measures when anti-southerner Bitter actually looks to the south to help defend his northeast woke metrosexuality.

    78. Tgca says:

      75

      Let’s play Replace the Words to Find the Secret Message.

      Take this phrase:

      My wife is Jewish. My children are Jewish under Jewish law but do not practice that faith. GFY.

      and replace it with new words to see what we get.

      My HHR friends are True Conservatives. Bitter is a conservative by definition but does not practice it. GFY.

      OMG! Nearly identical true statements.

      Wasn’t that word game fun?

    79. jason says:

      MOVE TO STRIKE. JASON GAVE ME THE LAST WORD AND THEN VIOLATED HIS OWN STATEMENT. HHR WILL IGNORE JASON’S POST 57″

      Wrong.

      You didn’t get it. It was in quotes.

    80. NYCmike says:

      This is getting so tedious I may go to Author’s blog and read up on adult issues, like the new Marvel characters.

    81. Tgca says:

      It appears the stewardess is a minority and the man is Jewish since he’s wearing a Yamaka.

      Is this bigotry towards a 2-year old?

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/spirit-airlines-stewardess-should-be-fired-immediately/

    82. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t find Nazi comparisons funny for the reason I stated. Keep posting whatever you want, Tgclown.

    83. Tgca says:

      80. NYC

      You mean the trans superhero?

      I think DC comics is making the Boy Wonder wonder about himself as he comes out to Batman in the Bat Cave…where the COVID virus evidently began too.

      This image captures the tender loving relationship between a straight ladies man Bwuce and his young ward Dick.

      https://beeimg.com/view/t2538927814/

    84. Bitterlaw says:

      Mrs. Tom Joad tosses out treats to the crowd.

    85. Tgca says:

      82

      Whose trying to be funny. Just a comparison to demonstrate a valid point.

      Lighten up PityLaw.

    86. Bitterlaw says:

      So Biden is going to build gas chambers now? I can’t remember if it was DW or SoHope who expected to be put in a concentration camp the next time a Democrat was President.

      They have not posted in a while but I don’t think they have been interned.

    87. Tgca says:

      86

      Biden’s building gas chambers?

      OMG! Haven’t seen that yet?

      Post the link so we can read please.

      Is that part of the Infrastructure Bill?

      …or is that part of his border policy, as I read they’re building more cages too.

    88. jason says:

      Jadon is not authorized to give the last word and render this issue closed since there are other parties to this matter seeking a remedy to Bitter being woke”

      Bitter definitely is comfortable with woke culture.

      The examples abound.

      But the acceptance of woke culture is not confined to leftists.

      The fact people like Bitter, who in my view should know better, have surrendered to it is sad.

      But he is not going to change and the woke culture is here to stay.

      So another 1000 posts where the point is made that Bitter accepts woke sports, woke corporate America and woke politics and he counters that this means he shouldn’t watch football or drink Coke are really not needed, but Tgca is free to carry on.

    89. jason says:

      They have not posted in a while but I don’t think they have been interned.”

      I am sure it would normal if it did happen.

    90. jason says:

      Tgca, your Germany 1930’s analogy was fine by me.

      Seems like cancel culture is alive and well at HHR if that was considered in any way ‘pro-Nazi”.

      Of course, I know how it feels, I was branded an anti-Catholic bigot because I said the Pope is a rabid Marxist. Or doctrinaire Communist I forget.
      Or maybe rabid Communist and doctrinaire Marxist.

    91. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason claims he is against litmus tests but I can’t be a conservative because I drink soda and watch sports. On the other hand, Jason has accepted everything Democrats want to do since the day he unregistered to vote. He will protest and say that he effectively opposes everything by typing on a blog. He actually believes that. Sad.

    92. lisab says:

      well if

      b.) the people who have stopped watching have cut substantially into their profits?

      is true, then jason and phil are correct

    93. Tgca says:

      91

      WRONGGGGGGGG!

      There’s a difference between removing oneself to no longer participate in a corrupt process in which your input won’t matter or is rendered null and void by coordinated gubbermint efforts to willfully violate Constitutional Laws and where the Courts refuse to remedy the issue out of fear, and

      one who decides they are in support of people and corporations that label them as racists so they can get some entertainment or other benefit because they are too cowardly and lazy to fight back, and therefore by lack of action, accept the premise of those that would prefer to see them isolated and ruined and treated as racists.

      The 1st is action represents a decision of conscience to not support a corrupt system while the 2nd latter action, or lack there of, is a selfish decision because one does not want to be inconvenienced personally and is fine with ceding rights to their oppressor.

    94. Tgca says:

      Bitter is the Uncle Tom of HHR.

      If this was war, he would be deemed a traitor for supplying aid and comfort to the enemy to sustain his simple pleasures while his brothers and sisters in arms toiled against the oppressive war mongers and sacrificed much.

    95. Tgca says:

      I will NEVER forgive Bitter for drinking Woke Coke!

      NEVAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

    96. Bitterlaw says:

      I can’t believe I actually wanted Tgclown to not leave after Inauguration Day.

    97. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      You know better what the voters are like in your CD. Be yourself, and go after it.

      We are behind you 100%! (even lisab is behind you……..but she is plotting your defeat!)

    98. NYCmike says:

      As for your Coke habit, before going out in public, I would pour the can into a Trump mug, then drink it while wearing a John Deere hat and holding an NRA satchel bag holding more Coke. Don’t show what’s in the bag, don’t give those WokeCokes any free advertising.

    99. Tgca says:

      96

      Bitter shows his vindictive side…again.

      His “I can’t beat them with words when they prove me wrong so let’s attack their right to free speech” approach to dealing with criticism would bring tears to Pelosi’s eye.

      Bitter is proving more each day he sounds like he’s woke and will make an EXCELLENT Pelosi Pawn.

      Me thinks Bitter and AOC can do some woke videos together and tweet them out.

      Perhaps Bitter should increase his chances of winning and just run as a woke metrosexual Democrat supporting Pelosi on being woke and racist.

    100. NYCmike says:

      C

    101. Bitterlaw says:

      I will be back when the Clown Show is over.

    102. Tgca says:

      Especially for my good friend Bitter.

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

    103. NYCmike says:

      https://redstate.com/sister-toldjah/2021/04/05/intentionally-false-another-florida-dem-absolutely-shreds-60-minutes-hit-piece-against-ron-desantis-n355665

      -Keep it coming, Ron DeSantis, the man who Robbie said was a bad pick!

      I wonder what “CG” thinks about him, considering how liberal his state has been in regard to individual freedom.

    104. lisab says:

      (even lisab is behind you……..but she is plotting your defeat!)
      ————-

      no, i think he is COMPLETELY unsuitable as a congressman

      he is full of himself now, he would be a million times worse if he wins

      but that is the republicans’ problem, if you (nycmike) want to support someone who openly ridicules you and tells you how much of an idiot you are before he is even the nominee …

      that is completely on you and other republicans

    105. Tgca says:

      This is what happens to Bitter once the Woke Coke kicks in.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0p9o7sjjVJY

    106. NYCmike says:

      https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/tyler-o-neil/2021/04/05/supreme-court-lets-google-off-the-hook-for-copying-oracles-code-thomas-skewers-twisted-decision-n1437414

      -This one is a bit complicated, but when Thomas and Alito are on one side vs 6 others (ACB didn’t take part), I’ll throw in that this was decided incorrectly.

    107. Bitterlaw says:

      I wonder if lisab’s husband told her to quit her job and get ready to follow him yet. It’s April and school districts will be hiring for next year soon.

    108. jason says:

      I should keep a record of the things Bitter claims I said that he will never find a post to prove it.

      This is #213 I think.

      “Jason claims he is against litmus tests but I can’t be a conservative because I drink soda and watch sports.”

      jason says:
      April 5, 2021 at 8:28 am

      Bitter to lie and say I told him not to watch sports in 3, 2, 1.

      So let me make it perfectly clear.

      1) Bitter should go to Mass.
      2) Bitter should watch whatever sports he wants.
      3) Bitter should drink any brand of soda he wants.

    109. jason says:

      Bitter is the Uncle Tom of HHR”

      Ok, dammit, that is worth something.

    110. jason says:

      Rubio writes letter to MLB Commissioner.

      Dear Commissioner Manfred:

      I write to ask you whether you intend to maintain your membership at Augusta National Golf Club? As you are well aware, the exclusive members-only club is located in the State of Georgia.

    111. Bitterlaw says:

      Good move by Rubio.

    112. jason says:

      There are now 4 women members at Augusta National.

      Condi Rice is one of them.

    113. jason says:

      Greg Abbott
      @GregAbbott_TX
      ·
      9h
      I was looking forward to throwing out the first pitch at the Texas Rangers’ home opening game until @MLB
      adopted what has turned out to be a false narrative about Georgia’s election law reforms.

      It is shameful that America’s pastime is being influenced by partisan politics.”

    114. jason says:

      Manchin not onboard with raising the corporate tax from 21% to 28%.

      Actually even 21% hurts US companies competing in world markets, but 28% is really bad.

      Unfortunately, Manchin will eventually agree to a compromise that will raise it anyway, but at least not to 28%.

    115. Phil says:

      Governor Abbott.

      Texas strong.

      That’s how it’s done, bitter.

    116. Bitterlaw says:

      Good move by Gov. Abbott.

    117. Phil says:

      I’m sure Beto will rush in to take Abbott’s place on the mound.

    118. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.espn.com/mlb/team/_/name/tor/toronto-blue-jays

      Governor Abbott.

      Texas strong.

      That’s how it’s done, bitter.

      More than 38,000 fans in attendance. Are they all woke traitors, Phil? Do you want to call them out? I said I approve of Gov. Abbott’s statement. I also approve of opening the stadium fully/

    119. NYCmike says:

      Prediction for March 2023:

      “Good move by BitterCongressman! Stick it to those Democrats and Utopian Socialists!”

    120. Phil says:

      Nope, but that’s how a real Republican leader rolls.
      …but you’ve got warriors like Toomey…

    121. Bitterlaw says:

      So Texans AT a baseball game are ok but me watching a baseball game is not ok. Got it.

      Nope, but that’s how a real Republican leader rolls.

      That’s why I approved of what Rubio and Abbott did. They can make an effective gesture. Me not drinking soda has no effect and draws no publicity to the issues.

    122. NYCmike says:

      “Me not drinking soda has no effect and draws no publicity to the issues.”

      -I thought #98 was a good workaround! W T F, I’m not even getting paid for this advice!

    123. Bitterlaw says:

      Breaking News – The Mets’ bullpen still sucks.

    124. Bitterlaw says:

      And that is why I don’t bet more than $5 on sports. Congratulations to Baylor.

    125. jason says:

      Screw Baylor, anti-Catholic bastards.

      Plus, I had Gonzaga.

    126. jason says:

      Gov. Brian Kemp:

      “Major League Baseball, Coca-Cola and Delta may be scared of Stacey Abrams and Joe Biden and the left, but I am not,” he said.”

      Actually, he is afraid of the Dems and Stacey Abrams and the left, but opportunity knocks.

    127. jason says:

      I think Gonzaga is the better team.

      But the tournament didn’t end when they beat UCLA, and as is common in sports, the elation of winning that game plus the effort expended carried over into the final.

      That being said I didn’t watch it. I was so elated that Jordan Spieth finally won a tournament after 4 years that it carried over to Monday and I forgot about the final.

    128. Bitterlaw says:

      Gonzaga is destined to win 26+ games every season in a weak conference and then not win the Championship. A small Catholic school just can’t win March Madness. Unless it is Villanova. 2 Championships in the last 5 years and a total of 3.

      Maybe that will draw the Wizard to post.

    129. Bitterlaw says:

      I think Gonzaga is the better team.

      But the tournament didn’t end when they beat UCLA, and as is common in sports, the elation of winning that game plus the effort expended carried over into the final.

      I agree. People remember the Music City Miracle (but the Titans lost the Super Bowl 1 yard short of the endzone) and the Vikings winning a playoff game on an incredible catch and TD (but they got crushed the next week by the Eagles in the NFC Championship).

      Gonzaga was the better team all season but UCLA cracked their sense of destiny. Also, Baylor could play their game while Gonzaga had the pressure of going undefeated.

    130. Tgca says:

      Good morning everyone at The Woke Report (TWR). I will be asking Dave to rename this site because politics is all about being woke now.

      So if true, MLB (a.k.a BLM sycophants) will be moving All Star game to CO which has stricterer (as GWB would say) voting requirements than GA.

      https://www.breitbart.com/sports/2021/04/05/mlb-moves-all-star-game-to-colorado-which-has-voter-id-and-fewer-early-voting-days-than-ga/

    131. Wes says:

      Alcee Hastings has passed.

    132. Bitterlaw says:

      Biden saying that all adults will be eligible to receive a vaccine by April 19th is like announcing all adults are eligible to win Power Ball. Being eligible when there are no shots available is worthless.

    133. jason says:

      Seattle lost a SB one yard short of the end zone too when Pete Carroll decided to run a pass play instead of handing it off to Marshawn Beastmode Lynch.

      Best post mortem compilation of that play ever

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vZ4JmQ2pjs

    134. jason says:

      DeSantis doesn’t have to call a quick election here….could leave Pelosi with even a smaller majority for awhile.

    135. Tgca says:

      I’m confused. I thought W.H.O. was woke. They agree with DeSantis.

      W.H.O. rejects concept of Covid vaccine passports for travel at this point because there’s no proof yet it prevents transmission of Covid.

      Joe and Kamala will not be pleased. Dr. Fow-Chee will be getting his orders today from the Dem party to speak to W.H.O.

      https://www.breitbart.com/health/2021/04/06/w-h-o-rejects-vaccine-passports-cites-lack-of-fairness-medical-doubts/

    136. jason says:

      CNBC Targets Florida Companies Which Haven’t Spoken Up About ‘Restrictive Voting Bills’ In the State”

      Normal.

    137. Bitterlaw says:

      137 is not normal.

    138. Phil says:

      Beto alert. Yes, that superstar politician who was “born to run”. He says the two bills working their way through the Texas legislature are blatantly racist. Of course they are. Says it makes it vital that the For the People Act (HB 1) pass the Senate. Of course it is, Beto. Sorry, Beto. That bill will have to wait until after Democrats pick up the Pa, NC, and Wisconsin seats in 2022. Patience, grasshopper. Even if that happens it does them no good if Republicans pick up the House. Of course, Democrats probably need House Bill 1 passed before the election in order to hold the House. Why?Well, for one thing that bill takes House redistricting out of the hands of State legislatures the majority of which are controlled by Republicans.

      Democrats really need to sweep aside the filibuster this year and pass their entire agenda in a series of 51-50 votes. This is their chance. Maybe they can get a squish like Murkowski, Romney, or Toomey or one of the other Republicans anxious to be loved by the media to cross over and vote to change the Senate rules.

    139. Wes says:

      I’m not sure about PA and WI, Phil, but NC isn’t going Dem.

      It’s just not happening.

    140. Wes says:

      No GOP Senator is supporting elimination of the filibuster, Phil.

      Schumer probably can’t pass elimination on a 51-50 vote either since the Senate makes its own rules, and Kamala ceased being a Senator three months ago.

    141. Tgca says:

      139

      I assume HR1 will be fast tracked to SCOTUS since it violates states rights under the Constitution.

      I assume Roberts will get right on it too.

    142. Phil says:

      Wes, can give us the lowdown on the most probable Senate nominees for each party and strengths and weaknesses? I assume Cunningham is a no go. What about the NC Lt governor? Seems like an up and comer. Finally, seems like Schumer would badly want to recruit Cooper who is bound to be the Democratic dream candidate.

    143. Wes says:

      If HR-1 passes, Republicans will immediately appeal to the Supremes. Four Justices are required to take the case. I imagine the Court then splits 5-4 against HR-1 with Roberts siding with the liberals.

      Damn you, GWB.

    144. Phil says:

      …Cooper. Maybe dream candidate is too strong. Strongest maybe.

    145. Tgca says:

      141

      I agree with the Krispy Kreme state poster in principle.

      However, I read a few months back that this Senate rule has never been challenged in court so if the Dems just disregard Senate rules, and proceed to let Kamala be the tie breaker, would the only remedy be in the courts?

      Not that the Dems would try such a thing, riiiiiiiight?

      Inquiring minds want to know.

    146. Phil says:

      I agree HB1 is highly questionable Constitutionally. I just don’t want it to get that far. The bill is the ultimate power grab…and yes. Roberts is a disaster.

    147. Phil says:

      I can’t see the Court getting involved in a dispute over Senate rules.

    148. Wes says:

      The LG seems more interested in running for Governor. I doubt he enters the race.

      Mark Walker looks like the best bet for the GOP. He checks all the boxes of a successful GOP Tarheel pol. Pat McCrory is considering a political comeback, but although I have nothing against him and think he got a raw deal due to the Assembly’s overreach in 2016, I don’t think he’d be as formidable as Walker.

      Lara Trump is a non starter.

      On the D side, there are a bunch of B- and C-list candidates. Erika Smith and Cheri Berry are the two most prominent as black women but may cancel each other out because they compete for the same types of voters.

      Cooper has made no move toward the race and while on paper the best the Dems can get, has shown a tendency in his past two races to underperform his polls. He strikes me as another Steve Bullock or Phil Bredesen: acceptable as a Governor facing a GOP legislature but definitely not palatable for Senate.

    149. Tgca says:

      147

      Unfortunately, this is the new world we live in when jurists are intimidated by the mobs and not fully doing their jobs.

      Their job is not to worry about riots. That is for law enforcement to handle. If they are too worried about external events and their reputations over the Constitution, they should not be jurists.

      Roberts is a perfect example of someone more concerned with the Court’s reputation in deciding cases than the constitutionality of the issues. He twisted himself into a pretzel for example on Obamacare and he and everyone else k ew it was never meant to be a tax. It is disingenuous and shows cowardice as a jurist.

    150. Phil says:

      What about Mark Robinson?

    151. Tgca says:

      I’m relocating next month. Who wants to help me move?

      Bitter? You wanna come to FL and hang with some relocated northeasterners? We have very few real southerners in South Florida so you don’t need to worry about their stupidity and drawls that irritate you so much. I’ll give you a case of Woke Coke. Let me know.

      Jadon? Can Lupita pull a wagon of household goods? I’ll give you a 5 pound slab of fattiest bacon you can find. Let me know?

    152. Wes says:

      Robinson is the LG, Phil. As I noted, he’s indicated more interest in the governorship than in the Senate.

    153. Wes says:

      Above, I inaccurately listed Cheri Berry, known colloquially here in NC as the “Elevator Queen” as a Dem candidate for Senate. Cheri Berry is a Republican.

      Cheri Beasley is the former NCSC Chief Justice and current Senate candidate.

    154. Wes says:

      And of course Autocorrect keeps chopping the “e” off Cherie Berry’s first name.

    155. Tgca says:

      I like this headline.

      MLB moves All-Star Game from Atlanta to one of the whitest cities in America…

      Atlanta is a black-majority city, with 51% of its population black.

      Denver is one of America’s whitest major cities; just over 9% of Denver is black.

      So they’ll be shifting an estimated $100M in revenue from majority AA Atlanta to majority white Denver.

      …and how does this help AA now?

      The Atlanta mayor and even Stacy Abrams are against the MLB move but MLB does not care about the minority communities it supposedly supports. It’s all about their message they want to send which seems to be to keep AA communities in financial distress while supporting white cities.

      That should be the message repeated over and over.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/mlb-moves-all-star-game-from-atlanta-to-one-of-the-whitest-cities-in-america/

    156. jason says:

      Cherie Berry?

      Geezus.

    157. jason says:

      Jadon? Can Lupita pull a wagon of household goods? ”
      What?

      Lupita is no beast of burden, let me tell you to GFY for her.

      Is 5lbs of bacon the best you can do?

    158. Tgca says:

      Jadon needs to try these delicious snacks.

      Yummee!

      https://www.purewow.com/food/pigout-pigless-vegan-pork-rinds-review

    159. Phil says:

      NASA ends Mars mission after binding out the planet has no early voting.

    160. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil now hates Martians? They could become strong Republican voters given proper outreach efforts. They are not worried about global warming (and would appreciate it). They do not have a trade deficit with the US. They are not looking for any benefits.

    161. Phil says:

      Missions to Mars have always been controversial since it is the red planet according to CBS. Activists are encouraging NASA to direct missions to blue planets like Uranus.

    162. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      The reasons why this Mayor in a Nevada City of over 250,000 changed his Party registration from Democrat to Republican. Based on his reasoning, I expect he is the first of many more to come. The main reason– the Democrats aggressive turn toward Socialism!

      North Las Vegas mayor leaves Dems to join GOP, says he ‘can’t stand’ with socialists

    163. Phil says:

      Just looked at the daily covid number from the UK. Their daily numbers continue to drop like a rock. Today’s case and death numbers continue that trend, actually accelerating it. Here’s the kicker. The blue alarmists here in the US have been warning us of this U.K. strain. It now is making up about a third of the US cases. Oh God! Must close down longer. This is catastrophic!! Uh, no. The vaccine is obliterating it in the U.K.

      More alarmist BS from the left who will use any excuse not to open up.

    164. jason says:

      If you want to eat pork rinds, why eat fake pork rinds when you eat real pork rinds?

      I will believe vegetarians actually want to be vegetarians when they stop trying to imitate real food.

      When they start just eating their own food and stop eating fake hot dogs, fake meat, fake turkey, fake pork rinds, etc. they will have some credibility.

      Until then, they are just morons who instead of eating the real thing, eat horrendous lab created imitations that are unhealthy and taste like crap.

    165. jason says:

      The Philly A-holes have designated Uranus as our favorite planet.

    166. Phil says:

      Biden press secretary tries to distance Biden from major league decision to move all star game.

      This is delicious.

      Press secretary says Biden ‘only supported major league’s decision to decide what to do about the all star game”

      LOL

      No Joe. You said “you strongly supported MLB moving the game”

      What a lying POS.

      Love the wokers.

    167. jason says:

      Walkback? Biden never told MLB to boycott Georgia, says Psaki”

      Biden throws Delta, Paypal and the rest of the woke companies under the bus.

    168. jason says:

      A-hole and a-hole Phil beat me to it.

    169. Phil says:

      Throws the rest of the woke companies under the bus

      Exactly.

      I love it.

      Didn’t turn out so hot, did it, Joe?

    170. Tgca says:

      166

      It’s the health reason you dumbass wetback.

      They like the taste but not the ingredients of pork. Same reason some folks do not eat ice cream made with milk due to intolerance or inflammatory issues caused by dairy products.

      Same with cigarettes. Some folks chose to go to less toxic alternatives although I’m not sure they’ve yet invented any form of smoking that doesn’t have some level of health risks.

      Stop talking about things you know nothing about and just stay on message criticizing woke folks.

    171. Tgca says:

      168

      I saw that Psaki clip yesterday. It reminded me of Clinton rationalizing the definition of “is” in his statements.

      She looked stoopid! But the MSM of course did not make an issue of her ridiculous response which she already knew they would not.

    172. jason says:

      It’s the health reason you dumbass wetback”

      Bitter, do you want to concede 2021 and just hope for a better 2022?

    173. jason says:

      It’s the health reason you dumbass wetback”

      Real healthy:

      https://wellness.consumerfreedom.com/ingredient-guide/ingredients/

    174. jason says:

      Fake meat is highly processed food loaded with additives, chemicals, carcinogens and disgusting ingredients.

      Even Whole Foods CEO says fake meat is not good for you.

      https://www.cnbc.com/2019/08/21/whole-foods-ceo-john-mackey-plant-based-meat-not-good-for-your-health.html

    175. jason says:

      Cigarettes are “plant based” too…

    176. jason says:

      So in short, if you want to eat bacon, meat, turkey, pork rinds, etc. don’t eat the fake crap.

      Eat the much healthier (and tastier) real thing.

    177. Bitterlaw says:

      It’s the health reason you dumbass wetback”

      Bitter, do you want to concede 2021 and just hope for a better 2022?

      No. Lisab and Tgca have been showering me with points lately. Wetback was actually first used at HHR by MNW so you are just getting recycled insults.

    178. NYCmike says:

      ““Too bad the desperately needed election reforms in Georgia didn’t go further, as their originally approved Bill did, but the Governor and Lt. Governor would not go for it,” Trump lamented. “The watered-down version, that was just passed and signed by Governor Kemp, while better than before, doesn’t have Signature Matching and many other safety measures, which were sadly left out.” (Supporters of the law claim that signature matching is more subjective while requiring a valid ID for an absentee ballot, which the law does, is more objective.)”

      -Notice that he even pushes back on the group of Republican quislings…..Bitterlaw, take note!

    179. Wes says:

      Signature matching is a subjective art, Mikey. I’m not saying it shouldn’t be in the bill, but the GA Republicans have a point in saying it’s less definitive than an ID match.

    180. Tgca says:

      179

      1st of all, I rarely eat those veggie meats. I just tease you because I know it gives y’all a woody to poke fun of me due to your insane jealousy.

      My main source of protein is eggs which I eat daily, as well as some tofu and high end protein powders I add to food occasionally.

      I don’t think I’ve had a veggie burger in like 3 months.

      Stop hating on me Bish!

      Get back to the important things like woke corporations and how some of our posters are supporting wokeness.

    181. Tgca says:

      181

      I use the term wetback in an endearing manner.

      Nothing pejorative about it.

      Don’t try to stir things up you Metrosexual!

    182. Bitterlaw says:

      I never bothered asking for points for metrosexual because it is so ridiculous. However, jason has really picked up steam in the competition and it will be close all year.

    183. Wes says:

      1st of all, I rarely eat those veggie meats. I just tease you because I know it gives y’all a woody to poke fun of me due to your insane jealousy.

      Talk about flawed logic.

    184. Tgca says:

      Ex-MLB commissioner skewers current MLB commissioner and his decision.

      Basically he says they acted in a rash and imprudent manner and they should NOT be acting politically because baseball is supposed to represent all.

      He states the only ones damaged by this decision is the city and workers it moved the game from, Atlanta.

      He questioned ignoring the union and ownership powers.

      He says the current commissioner made a serious mistake.

      He says baseball is a public trust and can’t become a weapon in culture wars.

      He cautioned the MLB current commissioner “must be prudent.”

      Ouch!

      Bitter to say that’s only the opinion of one UNWOKE racist person in 3, 2, 1…as he sips on his Woke Coke.

      https://www.newsmax.com/us/fay-vincent-mlb-baseball-manfred/2021/04/06/id/1016567/

    185. Tgca says:

      188

      Wes should not be jealous of me though. He rubs more guys than I ever could.

    186. Tgca says:

      Uh-oh!

      Republican John Merrill, AL SOS running for Senate accused of graphic affair while married.

      There’s audio here that his lover gets into much detail about.

      She says “he likes things up his a$$” among other comments like “he likes his anus breached with sex toys” and “she slept with him in his family bed.”

      True or not, this is going to be an issue for his senate run unless this woman turns out to be a liar real soon.

      https://nationalfile.com/exclusive-alabama-senate-contender-had-extramarital-affair-exchanged-sexts-about-anal-play-ex-lover/

    187. Bitterlaw says:

      Bitter to say that’s only the opinion of one UNWOKE racist person in 3, 2, 1…as he sips on his Woke Coke.

      Why would I say that? I don’t agree with or support what MLD did.

      Why don’t you go after Phil for giving a free pass to the 38,000 Texas Rangers fans who attended yesterday’s game. They supported MLB more than I did by watching the 10th inning of the Phillies game on tv. I support the fans right to attend games but if Phil is going after me then he should be consistent.

    188. Tgca says:

      I guess I mind as well as ask before some northeasterner here asks.

      Wes,

      Have you heard about southern guys liking their anus breached? Is this maybe just an Alabama thing or does it include all southern men.

      I usually defend southerners but there’s just some things I’m not privy to as an outsider.

      See 191 for reference please.

    189. Wes says:

      Tgca says:
      April 6, 2021 at 6:47 pm
      188

      Wes should not be jealous of me though. He rubs more guys than I ever could.

      I think Tg might want to look up the definition of “jealous.” He clearly doesn’t know how to use the word.

    190. Wes says:

      No one I know besides openly gay men likes having things inserted anally, Tg. That’s excluding women I know who enjoy anal reception. They’re obviously not the demographic you’re asking about though.

    191. Tgca says:

      195

      Thanks for the info Wes.

      I’m not originally a southerner and though there is much I appreciate about the south, anal breaching would not be one of them so I wanted to double check if this was a southern practice I just may not be aware of.

      I am sure this AL politician is going to be getting a lot of attention over his extracurricular activities.

    192. Tgca says:

      197

      Ok. I’ll leave it to others to inquire how Wes knows so much about women who enjoy “anal reception.”

      I know women tell secrets to their hairdressers but to their masseurs. Hmm…

      Maybe Wes could start a gossip column way down yonder in the Deep South.

    193. Wes says:

      I don’t know what to tell you, Tg. Maybe the guy is a Judas Priest fan and wants to be like Rob Halford.

    194. Tgca says:

      198

      Well, I’m going out on a limb here to say if any of this is true, I don’t think this is gonna win him many votes in Alabamee.

      But hey, times are changing and I’ve learned people are more “hip” with current culture than I thought they might be.

    195. Tgca says:

      Toooooo Hundwid bishes!

      Toooooo Hundwid I thay.

    196. Bitterlaw says:

      193-198 have clearly won the WTF Conversation for 2021 Award

    197. Tgca says:

      Well, Dr. Fow-chee is not going to like this… not at all.

      “Clear link between AstraZeneca vaccine and rare blood clots in brain, EMA official tells paper.”

      France, Germany and Netherlands suspended this vaccine in young folks while they do more research.

      https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-astrazeneca-vaccin-idUSKBN2BT1ER

    198. Tgca says:

      Sorry Bitter!

      I asked Wes because I am not an expert on southern customs.

      Clearly, up in the northeast, this would be a widely practiced metrosexual custom but this guy is from Alabamee so I just had to clarify with a true southerner like Wes.

      I tell ya, it’s true what they say, you’re never too old to learn.

    199. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9442221/At-7-colleges-including-Brown-say-students-fully-vaccinated-come-campus.html

      I have not made a decision on this yet. It is overkill but schools do require other vaccines like meningitis. I just want my daughter to start school on time and in classrooms.

    200. Wes says:

      Come to think of it, Tg, Jason would probably be a better person than I to ask about supposedly straight Southern men who enjoy pegging. He used to live in Texas and clearly wants to bottom for GWB, so I feel he’d have better insight on the matter than I.

    201. Bitterlaw says:

      203 is yet another way I don’t fit the definition of metrosexual.

    202. Tgca says:

      So tonight’s dinner is about a half cup of white basmati rice smothered in a serving of organic spinach dal, an Indian cuisine.

      Yummee!

      At about a whopping 350 to 400 calories, with about 50% from protein and fat, I might have to purge later yo avoid the excess calories.

      But maybe not, considering I only had one egg frittata at 270 calories for breakfast with a whopping 80% from protein and fat to average out my daily protein and fat intake to nearly 70% out of 700 calories.

      The things we do to keep our manly physiques I tell ya.

      Hmm…I wonder how many muffins and sodas that equals.

    203. Tgca says:

      204

      Agreed!

      I would hate to see her fall behind in her freshman studies. That is the most important time for colleges to indoctrinate students into liberal orthodoxy.

    204. Tgca says:

      205

      Wes is starting to scare me. He knows what pegging means.

      I just learned that term a few years ago.

      But then again, I was out like 6 years and nearly 30 when I learned the difference between top and bottom in gay culture.

      True story.

      I always thought when people referred to liking tops that meant they were more into guys with built arms and chests, whereas, liking a bottom was attraction to muscular legs.

      …and of course I ran around telling folks I was definitely a bottom type guy because I have very muscular legs.

      But luckily, I was schooled on the terminology in like my 2nd year or so in San Francisco by knowledgeable gay friends.

    205. NYCmike says:

      “Signature matching is a subjective art, Mikey. I’m not saying it shouldn’t be in the bill, but the GA Republicans have a point in saying it’s less definitive than an ID match.”

      -Wes,

      Good point about the signature match, I could see it as being a bit subjective.

      My main reason for posting the Trump quote was more to highlight how he is always pushing back against the Democratic playbook of “Racism Racism Racism”.

    206. Tgca says:

      Hey NYC

      When you leaving that rat and roach infested woke city?

      Btw, did you hear Jadon is into pegging? With GWB I heard.

      I couldn’t believe it but I have no reason to doubt my reliable source Wes.

    207. jason says:

      Pegging was not part of my education in the one room schoolhouse on the Altiplano, sorry.

    208. jason says:

      I polished off about a 14 oz NY strip, cooked rare and juicy.

      Before wes gets excited, it was an NY strip, not a NY stripper.

      I hope Tgca enjoyed his steaming pile of leghemoglobin, tertiary butylhydroquinone, Propylene glycol and pea protein isolate.

    209. Tgca says:

      NYC doormen fired who left elderly Asian woman on ground to fend for herself after ex-con and mom killer attacked her. He’s been charged with hate crimes and is looking at returning to prison with a 25 year sentence so he’s already spent 15+ years in jail at 38 so he’ll get out when he’s 63, still younger than the victim he attacked.

      Tenants wrote letter of support for doormen saying they acted compassionately and police report state they did seek help for the elderly woman by flagging down patrol car.

      Maybe I’m missing something here but from what I saw in the video, they watched during the attack and then closed the door immediately after the attack.

      Now if they subsequently, flagged down a patrol car after the attacker left, I don’t consider that being compassionate and caring. I call that just plain common sense and decency.

      This is a luxury building and the tenants alluded to in the letter the doormen acted for the building safety.

      So am I to read into this that lock the doors to protect us wealthy tenants while an old lady is beaten to the ground, and then when it’s safe, seek help for her and then be recognized for your compassion to help her?

      Then on top of it, the building ownership gets all woke and plays the race card by saying it stands by the Asian community.

      This should have nothing to do with her race. No matter her ethnicity, common decency is to assist an elderly person beaten to the ground.

      https://rew-online.com/brodsky-fires-doormen-who-watched-hate-crime-unfold/

    210. Tgca says:

      214

      This makes me upset!

      The elderly Asian woman was 65. Younger than many of our posters here.

      Could you imagine if this happen to our own beloved Jadon?

      Beating down an old obese man with 800+ cholesterol to the ground with his bag of extra salty pork rinds scattering in the dirt? He could pass in minutes from the stress of struggling to get up and gather his pork rinds.

      I’m sure the brave Amish males would intercede to help and throw him on a wooden buggy and drive him to the nearest apothecary shop but that’s not the point.

      The point is the behavior of these animals who prey on easy victims.

    211. Bitterlaw says:

      The doorman should not be charged with a hate crime. He should be called a p*ssy. I don’t know his age or size but a man can not stand by in that situation.

    212. Bitterlaw says:

      I did not realize there were 2 doormen. Cowards. Unless they were Tgca-sized they should have engaged him.

    213. Tgca says:

      I would have been out there tackling that Bish to the ground and beating him with my cane.

      F*ck! I’d bite is ear off and spit it in his face.

      Street fighting is not meant to be nice.

    214. Tgca says:

      True confession.

      Like 25 years ago, I was at bus stop with elderly Asian couple, probably 70+ waiting for a bus and this drunk AA guy starting hassling them and you could see they were frightened as they were meek and tiny. I put myself between them and told him to back off and leave them alone and he walked away.

      Of course, I was fit as a fiddle and a solid 165 muscled babe back then that could easily lift 200+ pounds and toss it to the ground so he probably thought I would be more of a challenge then too tiny old Asian couple.

      But who knows, the elderly couple could’ve sprung into action with back flips and lightening speed kicks and hand strikes like Master Yoda in Star Wars 6 and told me they don’t need no hot gay dudes to protect them.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McbAYLZkk0E

    215. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca was a fierce baseball player. This is from last year.

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

    216. Tgca says:

      Uh oh!

      Mama Bitter and baby Bitters not gonna be happy with papa Bitter.

      Woke Coke was a Nazi supporter.

      https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2021/04/maybe_coke_should_be_cancelled_for_its_nazi_past.html

    217. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca lost 50 pounds in 25 years to become a stick figure?

    218. Tgca says:

      220

      How did you know I talked like that? I would have added a few f*ck and jo words too.

    219. Bitterlaw says:

      The Bad News Bears is the greatest baseball movie of all time. The original. I did not see the remake because I knew it would suck.

    220. Tgca says:

      224

      OMG! Finally!

      A Top 10 Bitter film that’s not a gay fav film.

    221. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      April 6, 2021 at 9:09 pm
      I did not realize there were 2 doormen. Cowards. Unless they were Tgca-sized they should have engaged him.

      -This is my initial reaction, but unfortunately, with the way these situations are handled in this area, people really have to make this decision BEFORE THEY FIND THEMSELVES IN THE SITUATION. With the new bail law, the perps have the rights to the address of the witnesses against them.

      I would hope that I would intervene in a such a blatant unprovoked attack, but when the perps have the ability to go after your family if you decide to get involved, people really have to think before acting.

    222. Tgca says:

      Ok. I’m inspired by Master Yoda to take a break to watch Star Wars IV: A New Hope, the original Star Wars film from 1977.

      I can always check in later to mock my good friend Bitter who’s off watching cat videos again on YouTube.

    223. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – Good point but how can a man live with himself if he lets that happen? I know somebody will say you can’t risk your family by getting involved but I hope somebody would step in to protect them in a situation like that.

    224. jason says:

      I put myself between them and told him to back off”

      This was before you were transparent and they could see you?

    225. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      That’s pretty much where we are right now.

      I asked my wife “Would you rather have me tormenting myself for the rest of my life over being a coward, or do I take the risk of helping out and putting us all in danger?”

      She said “I wouldn’t worry about you at all when I intervene, so I expect you to do the same.”

      She’s badass!

      That said, now I have to pay attention more than I do already, as I don’t want her to run in before me!

    226. Bitterlaw says:

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=M9bbxNV7QY8

      Tgca was always protecting others.

    227. Bitterlaw says:

      Just don’t react like this.

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4TuEWtXBT_0

    228. Tgca says:

      How was the Youtube cat videos tonight Bitter?

      I just finished Star Wars and off to sleep I go.

    229. jason says:

      Here in the outskirts of Bitterville the Amish majority doesn’t beat up on the non-Amish white minority, so fortunately these situations don’t arise.

    230. Tgca says:

      Dr. Fow-chee:

      “Confusing” Why Texas COVID Rates Are Going Down After Ending Mask Mandate

      Let me clear up the confusion for you Dr. Fow-Chee.

      Because you don’t know WTF you’re talking about!

      You have made numerous claims that did not pan out over the last year, you relied on assumptions from models that were not realistic, you relied on resources like W.H.O and China that duped you, you failed to listen to medical and scientific professionals at the front line who have much more experience dealing with this then you, and you focus too much on going on liberal TV shows to get attention and scare-mongering everyone you dumbass bureaucratic administrator!

      Does that clear up the confusion for you now?

      https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2021/04/06/fauci_cant_explain_why_texas_covid_rates_are_going_down_after_ending_mask_mandate.html

    231. Tgca says:

      234

      You missed the point. No one would expect the Amish to harm you as they are a peace-loving folk though I expect even you might challenge their restraint at times.

      The point was they would help you out of a sense of decency and not leave you on the ground scrambling for your scattered pork rinds.

    232. jason says:

      I have not made a decision on this yet. It is overkill but schools do require other vaccines like meningitis.”

      Poor Bitter, still trying to straddle every issue.

      Meningitis is a very dangerous disease with a very high mortality rate for young people, up to 10% within 48 hours, so often it is very difficult to treat because of the fast onset. So a vaccination requirement makes sense.

      COViD, on the other hand, has an extremely low death rate for someone your daughter’s age, less than 1 in ten thousand if healthy. If she is vaccinated it is even less.

      So you don’t have to be woke on vaccination requirements to go to college.

    233. jason says:

      I take a contrarian view.

      I didn’t see the video, full disclosure.

      But in principle I am loath to charge people criminally for not intervening without really knowing their motivations and circumstances.

      You can condemn them morally. But being a coward is not a crime. Being fearful for your own safety is not a crime. Being afraid of future consequences is not a crime.

    234. jason says:

      Although I have a concealed weapon permit, I normally leave the gun in the car and don’t walk around with it.

      One reason is that some businesses don’t allow entry with guns. But the other reason is that I worry about being put in a situation where I might feel morally obligated to intervene. Let’s say I am in a supermarket and I hear shots. Unarmed, I would try to escape by the back door or any other means available. Armed, I would probably investigate if I could be assistance and keep people from being killed.

      Does not wanting to be in that situation make me a a coward?

    235. Bitterlaw says:

      Poor Bitter, still trying to straddle every issue.

      Poor jason. Does not link to analyze things so he criticizes those who do. Well, I have spent the last 30 years from law school until now looking at issues from every angle. It’s what I do.

      By the way, I said it was overkill. GFY.

    236. Bitterlaw says:

      One reason is that some businesses don’t allow entry with guns.

      WTF! Letting a business infringe upon your rights like that? I thought you would carry a gun into the store and challenge the gun-grabbing liberal owner to rip it out of your hand.

    237. jason says:

      thought you would carry a gun into the store and challenge the gun-grabbing liberal owner to rip it out of your hand.”

      I do, actually.

      I was referring to businesses like banks and casinos.

      If some liberal restaurant owner just has a sticker on the window saying no guns, I ignore it.

    238. Wes says:

      Woke liberals attacking fellow liberals now:

      https://mobile.twitter.com/HenryJGomez/status/1379583443332386819

      How droll!

    239. jason says:

      Well, I have spent the last 30 years from law school until now looking at issues from every angle”

      Zzzzzz… I noticed.

      Well, sorry, I think you should be out there front and center as against “vaccine passports’ for college students.

    240. Bitterlaw says:

      I was referring to businesses like banks and casinos.

      If some liberal restaurant owner just has a sticker on the window saying no guns, I ignore it.

      Oh. So you have one set of conduct for certain businesses and another set of conduct for others? Issue straddling mf-er.

    241. Bitterlaw says:

      I think vaccine passports are a waste of time and money. Does that require me to drink or not drink a certain soda?

    242. Phil says:

      NASA employees to man “child migrant centers” under Biden. LOL

      Ohaaaay. Sounds like a plan. Perfect. In addition, let’s put the postal employees on it.

      I’m all for it since those child migrants will become Irish Republicans by the year 2060. Yep.

    243. jason says:

      Here is my angle:

      Meningitis: up to 10% mortality, hospitalization/treatment required.

      COVID-19: 0.001% mortality for under 21, hospitalization/treatment very rare for college students.

      No straddle needed.

    244. jason says:

      I think vaccine passports are a waste of time and money.”

      Did it hurt to say that?

      Did it make you feel like a deplorable?

      Are you afraid your friends and neighbors will think ill of you?

    245. Tgca says:

      I carry my gun everywhere unless it is specifically excluded like libraries and gubbermint buildings.

      People often ask me is that a gun in your pocket or are you happy to see me. I tell them it’s a gun in my pocket.

    246. Tgca says:

      238

      The folks were not charged as far as I know They were fired for shutting the door while she was lying on the ground 5 feet away.

      I don’t believe they should be forced to intervene unless of course they are trained law enforcement.

    247. Bitterlaw says:

      Are you afraid your friends and neighbors will think ill of you?

      Not since I cleared their driveways with my snowblower four times this winter.

      I’m curious. You seem to have this idea that people in my neighborhood just go outside and discuss politics all day. We really don’t. My neighbor on one side has a dog that barks alot. My neighbor on the other side has young children that are loud like children should be. I met my neighbor across the street when her dog ran into my house. Nice lady.

      Never discussed the big issues beyond when is trash day.

    248. jason says:

      Oh. So you have one set of conduct for certain businesses and another set of conduct for others? Issue straddling mf-er.”

      I see Mr. 30 years years from law school is profoundly ignorant of PA law.

      In certain businesses like casinos and banks, the No Gun sign has the force of law. So I could go to jail for violating the law.

      In PA, in private businesses like coffee shops and restaurants can post No Guns but they don’t have the force of law. So I can go in with a gun and am not subject to arrest.

      Learn something here.

      https://www.pennlago.com/pennsylvania-no-gun-signs-do-they-have-the-force-of-law/

    249. jason says:

      ’m curious. You seem to have this idea that people in my neighborhood just go outside and discuss politics all day.”

      Funny.

      You are the one who said you knew Republican friends and neighbors who voted for Biden because they hated Trump but were rich enough to afford the taxes.

    250. jason says:

      People often ask me is that a gun in your pocket or are you happy to see me. I tell them it’s a gun in my pocket.”

      You just put a gun in your pocket?

      Good way to shoot your nuts off.

      Buy a good concealed weapon holster, it won’t show if you are happy or not.

    251. WizardofCozz says:

      Did anyone see the interview last night between AR gov. Asa Hutchison and Tucker Carlson. Pretty interesting. Curious what some on here thoughts are on the bill that the legislature in AR passed, and then gov. vetoed, and then leg overrode the veto. Basically gets rid of sex reassignment surgeries for minors and they also can’t do hormone blockers as well.

    252. Tgca says:

      253

      No need to mock folks now Jadon.

      You can have an intelligent debate without stooping to that level.

      Once Bitter passes the bar, he will be a full-fledged successful lawyer.

    253. Bitterlaw says:

      Those people lived on the other side of town. My Ward is pretty quiet.

    254. Bitterlaw says:

      I see Mr. 30 years years from law school is profoundly ignorant of PA law.

      I don’t own a gun and will never carry a gun so why would I research where and when I can carry a gun? I also will never drill a well so I have not looked up the requirements and zoning laws regarding well-drilling. GFY.

    255. jason says:

      Those people lived on the other side of town. My Ward is pretty quiet.”

      Ahh, ok.

      Bitter goes to the other side of town for political conversations.

      My advice for a congressional candidate is that is ok to campaign in your own ward.

    256. Tgca says:

      256

      Nuts? What nuts? I don’t keep nuts in my pocket silly boy.

      My small Ruger semiauto 6 shooter is in a holster and I NEVAH have the bullet in the chamber.

      My bigger guns are hip holsters.

    257. Bitterlaw says:

      Once Bitter passes the bar, he will be a full-fledged successful lawyer.

      Zzzzzzzzzz. Passed New Jersey and Pennsylvania in 1993 on the first attempt.

    258. jason says:

      I don’t own a gun and will never carry a gun so why would I research where and when I can carry a gun?”

      Ahh, so 30 year lawyer Bitter only knows the law as it pertains to him.

      A real specialist.

    259. jason says:

      How much did you pay to pass the bar in NJ?

    260. jason says:

      Nuts? What nuts??

      Tgca is a eunuch?

      Who knew?

    261. Tgca says:

      266

      Be nice!

      It’s a great achievement that Bitter passed the bar the1st time around.

      LisaB needs to know this so she can congratulate him.

    262. Bitterlaw says:

      Ahh, so 30 year lawyer Bitter only knows the law as it pertains to him

      Ok, Jason. Since you know all laws – what is the standard to terminate an employee’s indemnity and medical benefits in a Pennsylvania workers compensation case? Bonus question – what is the standard on appeal of a judge’s Decision regarding credibility determinations?

      I would ask you the standard to prevail on a Fatal Claim Petition but that would be too easy for somebody who knows all laws whether they pertain to him or not.

    263. Bitterlaw says:

      It’s a great achievement that Bitter passed the bar the1st time around.

      Not everybody does. GFY.

    264. jason says:

      I love it here.

      Bitter is a “30 year lawyer” but ignorant of very basic PA laws concerning guns.

      As an excuse, he correctly states that I don’t know anything about employee indemnity.

      This is like if I was critical of a doctor for failing to recognize a medical condition and having the doctor say “well you don’t know how to do brain surgery”.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    265. jason says:

      So here is the deal.

      Bitter, if you don’t know anything about gun laws in PA, fine.

      But then don’t tell me I have “two rules of conduct” on entering businesses.

      I have one rule of conduct. I only enter businesses with a weapon where I can legally do so.

    266. jason says:

      I know why Bitter wants me to enter casinos with a gun.

      After I am arrested, he can say hey, Pat Toomey was right, we have to demonize all legal gun owners!

    267. Tgca says:

      270

      Hey! I’m being nice and recognizing your achievement before it went all down hill for you thereafter.

      No need to get all …well…bitter about it.

    268. jason says:

      It’s a great achievement that Bitter passed the bar the1st time around.

      Not everybody does. GFY.”

      This is true. JFK Jr. only passed it on his 4th try I think.

      I wonder how many times he failed his test for a pilot’s license.

    269. jason says:

      Bitter is a highly specialized lawyer in employee indemnity.

      He has been fired a few times as a highly specialized lawyer in employee indemnity.

      Both can be true.

    270. Bitterlaw says:

      Since I will never own a gun why should I look up the law on carrying guns?

      You will never coach softball so I would not expect you to know the rules on delayed steals.

    271. Bitterlaw says:

      Laid off, actually, and was hired very quickly.

      Jason is like Mrs. Tom Joad. Unemployment is funny to him. On the other hand, she is worse. She claims that she wants me to seek psychiatric help while insulting me and calling me a failure. She must be a great teacher. “Sorry you were abused so terribly but you are kind of easy to victimize.”

    272. Tgca says:

      277

      Agreed! …or know how it feels to have the longest losing streak evah!

      But it’s not about winning or losing, it’s about coaching and developing future liberals and metrosexuals.

      That’s where the real payoff is.

    273. Tgca says:

      275

      Uh-oh Jadon.

      Hope LisaB does not see you trashing a Kennedy.

      LisaB and I have always got along and I defer to her Expertise on all things gay, but I do recall a disagreement once where she said Ted Kennedy was a moderate and that did not sit well with me.

      As for Bitter, I think LisaB is just trying to give him some tough love but it doesn’t work well because LisaB uses the wrong approach because tough live does not work with metrosexuals. You need a more soothing, supportive, delicate stroking approach with metrosexuals but eventually things will work out between LisaB and Bitter and their friendship will blossom over the years to come.

    274. Bitterlaw says:

      But it’s not about winning or losing, it’s about coaching and developing future liberals and metrosexuals.

      Zzzzzzzzz. I’m sorry that all of the adults in your past were either drug addicts or abusive. Coaching has nothing to do with politics.

      but eventually things will work out between LisaB and Bitter and their friendship will blossom over the years to come.

      We used to get along. I found her amusing. Then she became vicious, especially over me losing my job because the firm I worked for was losing a lot of money because of COVID. She is now beloved at HHR because she just agrees with everything people post whether she really believes it or not and insults me.

      I have come to accept that Tgca is a clown. Lisab has repeatedly said that I am a failure and she is entitled to that opinion as she follows her husband from state to state.

    275. Tgca says:

      This sickens me.

      Hunter Biden is scum for not recognizing his child out of wedlock in 2019.

      He talks about only 4 of his 5 children.

      Any man that can’t accept his responsibility of fathering a child and wants nothing to do with that child is a total loser and a despicable human being.

      https://www.wnd.com/2021/04/hunter-biden-acknowledges-4-5-children-book/

    276. Tgca says:

      281

      This is especially for my good friend Bitter.

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

    277. Bitterlaw says:

      You already posted that video.

    278. Tgca says:

      284

      I know how much you like song-a-longs so I wanted to ensure you have easy access.

    279. Bitterlaw says:

      Congressman Gaetz just sent me an e-mail asking for money. I have not donated to my own campaign so I am not sending him money.

    280. Phil says:

      Well, that would be money down a rat hole.

    281. Tgca says:

      287

      Phil, you and I agree most often but why you gotta insult Bitter all the time?

      I agree that sending Bitter money for his campaign is a total waste and it could go to better use given it to a drunken homeless man on any Philly street corner, but no need to rub it in his face.

      Why can’t people be nice around here. Geez!

    282. Tgca says:

      Ok . Biden moving the goal posts.

      “Until This Vaccine Is Available To The World… We’re Not Really Completely Safe”

      I suspect Dr. Fow-chee will be here soon to argue herd immunity is only reached when all the world’s 7.9 billion people are vaccinated by 2033 so everyone needs to wear 3 masks until then..and for God’s sake, do not let your kids play tag together because those lil bastards can be super spreaders.

      https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2021/04/06/biden_until_this_vaccine_is_available_to_the_world_were_not_really_completely_safe.html

    283. Bitterlaw says:

      Well, that would be money down a rat hole.

      I wouldn’t want money from an internet sniper who is always certain but rarely right. Phil has all the answers on every issue but never had the guts to run for anything. He lives in Texas and could be elected to any local office he chooses. He could probably be elected to the legislature, too. I understand that his current situation does not allow that but he has no excuse for the prior decades other than being a p*ssy.

    284. jason says:

      Uh-oh Jadon.

      Hope LisaB does not see you trashing a Kennedy”

      Not trashing him.

      Well, I was wrong, he only failed the bar exam twice before passing it, but it was an honest mistake.

      And Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton failed their bar exams too. Charlie Crist failed it twice. Pete Wilson 3 times.

    285. jason says:

      And then there is LA Mayor Villaraigosa and former candidate for CA governor.

      Failed it 4 times and never did pass it.

    286. Tgca says:

      290

      A suburban Philly metrosexual calling a Texan a p*ssy?

      Wow! Dem is fighting words.

    287. jason says:

      Yeah, Phil gets a lot of points.

    288. jason says:

      Sinema seems more trustworthy on the filibuster than Manchin, fwiw.

      “While the other senator who has stated his opposition to ending the filibuster, Joe Manchin of West Virginia, has signaled a willingness to change the process, Ms. Sinema hasn’t. In the interview, Ms. Sinema said she didn’t want to talk about hypotheticals, such as bringing back the “talking filibuster” where senators must be present and talking on the floor to block bills. That idea has been floated by President Biden and Mr. Manchin.”

    289. NYCmike says:

      Sinema may end up having bigger cojones than both Flake and McCain.

    290. NYCmike says:

      #296 – in terms of political courage.

    291. jason says:

      Some guys have all the luck.

      “A baby in Iraq has made history: He is the first person to be documented as being born with three penises”

    292. jason says:

      I am glad NYC admits McCain was a man of political courage.

    293. ssq says:

      #296 – in terms of political courage.”

      Thank goodness.

      For a second there, I thought you had actually checked them out.

    294. ssq says:

      Sinema being bisexual and all that.

    295. NYCmike says:

      https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/rick-moran/2021/04/07/are-you-ready-for-a-trans-conservative-republican-governor-of-california-n1438061

      -Ok, I have more confidence that “she” could transform California more than any other person could!

    296. Bitterlaw says:

      I promised I will never leave until Dave shuts this freak show down. However, it is exhausting at times. We have fewer and fewer posters. I know that I played a role in that. I have always lived by the old rule that if you hit me I will come back at you twice as hard. But I am tired of trying to come up with new and more personal insults so I will try to refrain from it.

      I agree with most of you on most issues but that is no longer enough. I have always shared too much of my life here and I will stop. It serves no purpose and just gives the snipers more opportunities to judge me.

      With the exception of lisab, you are good people. I am not going to post as much as I did but I will be here every day. GFY

    297. NYCmike says:

      “We have fewer and fewer posters.”

      -Could Gary Maxwell called it any more perfectly?

      Or Michael Corleone?

    298. NYCmike says:

      I, for one, will miss your sense of humor, Bitterlaw.

      I would ask you to look at how you respond about certain stories. The one that sticks out in my head is your discussions with Mr. Vito regarding censorship, Section 230 (is that the correct section number?), and the First Amendment when the government isn’t directly involved, but Big Tech is clearly biased towards one political party. Your rationale for punting on that issue would be a reason to look elsewhere for representation in the U S Congress.

    299. lisab says:

      You can condemn them morally. But being a coward is not a crime. Being fearful for your own safety is not a crime. Being afraid of future consequences is not a crime.
      ——————-

      this is the correct answer

    300. NYCmike says:

      “this is the correct answer”

      -Did someone write differently?

    301. lisab says:

      He lives in Texas and could be elected to any local office he chooses. He could probably be elected to the legislature, too.
      —————————

      phil,

      i guess you are too much of a success to be a congressman

      only local and state offices are within your reach

    302. lisab says:

      -Did someone write differently?
      ———————————–

      the idea that you should “be a man” and intervene is only going to get people hurt

      especially someone like yourself.

      if you intervene and the person has a knife or gun, you are screwed. if you intervene and hurt a criminal with a knife or gun in ny city

      you will probably be arrested yourself

      and if you hurt the criminal, possibly go to prison

    303. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil has a disabled wife so I did not think he would want to go to Congress. He certainly is qualified.

    304. lisab says:

      well … more than you certainly

    305. Bitterlaw says:

      Did you ever say whether the convicted drug dealer and with a drug addiction running in my district is more qualified than me in your hate-twisted mind?

    306. lisab says:

      i have no idea who is running against you

      but if someone else is unqualified does not make you qualified

      you are unsuitable

    307. lisab says:

      nycmike,

      in ny city, you actually may have a duty to retreat

      remember bernard getz, and he was trapped on a subway car, 4 against 1

      ny ruined his life

    308. Tgca says:

      314

      Not in today’s world.

      All Getz had to do is claim to be gay.

      Gay trumps AA these days.

      Tranny trumps everything clearly, even gay and poor lesbian trying to get college scholarship on female track team.

    309. Bitterlaw says:

      What changed in you, lisab? You think I need help but NEVER miss an opportunity to belittle, insult, or criticize me. It was not always like this. We used to discuss Buffy the Vampire Slayer. There is not anything that I post that does not get ripped by you.

    310. lisab says:

      i’m still happy to discuss btvs

      that would not make you suitable for office

    311. NYCmike says:

      lisab,

      You may be correct about retreating, but once the attack is initiated by the perp, it probably changes. Goetz was a hero. He also wasn’t attacked physically when he unloaded on those 4 men.

    312. NYCmike says:

      “that would not make you suitable for office”

      -Bitterlaw,

      Considering who lisab has voted for, her statement doesn’t mean much.

    313. lisab says:

      Not in today’s world.

      All Getz had to do is claim to be gay.
      —————————–

      i don’t think that would work for nycmike

      and

      we exactly don’t want a system where every incident gets evaluated based on ethnicity, sexual orientation and gender identification

      “persons of the jury … nycmike is a straight white man! send a message!”

    314. Tgca says:

      320

      I’d rather discuss Angel than Buffy, though I watched both shows in their entirety one summer.

    315. lisab says:

      once the attack is initiated by the perp, it probably changes. Goetz was a hero. He also wasn’t attacked physically when he unloaded on those 4 men.
      ————————-

      the situation that occurred though would be you intervening, not being attacked, but attacking a peaceful thug

      imagine if the thug was non-white in ny city and you intervened … especially if there are no cameras and you hurt the guy

      best to call the cops

    316. lisab says:

      Goetz was a hero
      ———————–

      i don’t know about a hero,

      but i would not have found him guilty if i was on the jury

    317. lisab says:

      I’d rather discuss Angel than Buffy
      —————————-

      i did not like how they kicked off charisma

      and the story line that went with it was just awful

    318. Tgca says:

      320
      320

      WHAT!

      Of course we want a society based on skin color and sexuality.

      WTF is wrong with you?

      Top 3

      1. Tranny
      2. Gay illegal immigrant
      3. All other gay people

    319. lisab says:

      nycmike,

      btw, i am NOT criticizing your or your wife for wanting to kick the thug’s butt

      just pointing out it could be very unwise both physically and legally

    320. lisab says:

      Of course we want a society based on skin color and sexuality.
      ————————-

      selective enforcement of laws is a very bad thing for society

    321. Tgca says:

      I cried at series end of Angel…so sad.

      I’ve had a thing for male vampires since I was an adolescent and first saw Renfield in Dracula (1931).

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

    322. lisab says:

      I cried at series end of Angel…so sad
      —————–

      itwas so sad when fred and later wesley died

    323. NYCmike says:

      “btw, i am NOT criticizing your or your wife for wanting to kick the thug’s butt

      just pointing out it could be very unwise both physically and legally”

      -Agreed, which is why citizens of this fargin city need to have the discussion BEFORE such an event, as there will be many ripples from the initial splash

    324. Phil says:

      For the record, bitter, my “money down a rat hole” comment was in reference to the contribution solicitation you got from Gaetz.

    325. NYCmike says:

      “selective enforcement of laws is a very bad thing for society”

      -Check out the verdicts handed down recently to a Trump financial supporter compared to a Clinton one, both having similarly donated in an illegal manner.

    326. lisab says:

      Agreed, which is why citizens of this fargin city need to have the discussion BEFORE such an event, as there will be many ripples from the initial splash
      —————————-

      once, years ago now, i was with my hubby in an asian country — off the main tourist ways

      we were exhausted after a long day of walking through a city with minimal sidewalks and many rutted ways … i loved it, but it was very hot and exhausting.

      while crossing, what loosely could be called a road, a guy sped up and tried to run me down! i may have said something in response 🙂 he throws the car in reverse and tries to back over me. then he jumps out of the car and comes at me …

      my hubby is 6 feet 200 pounds and especially back then was into power lifting, so he was built like a barrel … but he was a good ten meters behind me so the little asian driver originally did not see him.

      suddenly, my hubby is between us and we are both ready to throw down and start swinging 🙂 the guy’s wife fortunately pulled the driver away before it got ugly

    327. lisab says:

      we are both ready to throw down and start swinging
      ——————–

      me and the driver that is

      my hubby was all, “just get back in your car, i really don’t need this right now”

    328. lisab says:

      Check out the verdicts handed down recently to a Trump financial supporter compared to a Clinton one, both having similarly donated in an illegal manner.
      ————————————

      i did not see it, but i am VERY much opposed to selective enforcement and rulings based on political/ethnicity/sexual preference/ or gender identity — which happens more and more it seems.

      i don’t like “hate crime” laws

      not that context of a crime should not be taken into account, just that we should not be building discrimination based on identity into our laws

    329. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – Thank you for the clarification. I know that I don’t measure up to your standards. That is no reason for me to attack you in such personal terms.

    330. NYCmike says:

      “i don’t like “hate crime” laws”

      -They are a way for blue-state politicians to virtue-signal that they are REAL TOUGH! on crime, while at the same time they vote to defund the police.

    331. NYCmike says:

      “-They are a way for blue-state politicians to virtue-signal…”

      -Of course, too many Republican representatives thought it was a good idea to go along with the Democrats, as they calculated that the suburban moms with college degrees would be easily bamboozled by this useless gesture.

    332. Tgca says:

      336

      Agreed! No personal attacks just because Bitter does not measure up to our standards.

      Regardless, he is still my friend.

    333. lisab says:

      They are a way for blue-state politicians to virtue-signal that they are REAL TOUGH! on crime
      ————————

      and they are selectively enforced

      in many if not most cases a hate crime would never be charged for a white male victim unless they were gay

      again … i am fine with judges considering context, but in many places a hate crime charge puts automatic penalties in place if the person is found guilty

    334. Phil says:

      Abbott signs executive order prohibiting any state agency from requiring proof of vaccination. Not really necessary but just to make sure it is clear where Texas stands. You won’t see any blue state governors signing anything like this. They can’t enact making constituents show proof of vaccination because it has no public support….but boy they’d like to.

      In Beto news Mr. Born to run for the second time this week said he has not ruled out running for governor. I guess that is supposed to scare us. Hope he runs. Abbott will kick his ass.

    335. lisab says:

      Abbott signs executive order prohibiting any state agency from requiring proof of vaccination.
      ————————————

      seems racist

    336. lisab says:

      Gaetz showed nude photos of women he said he’d slept with to lawmakers, sources tell CNN

    337. Bitterlaw says:

      Gaetz showed nude photos of women he said he’d slept with to lawmakers, sources tell CNN

      Damn. Is that a requirement? I’ve been with my wife for 30 years. Maybe I’m not qualified to serve.

    338. lisab says:

      Parents Disguising Kids As Illegal Immigrants So They Can Receive In-Person Teaching

    339. lisab says:

      Girl Rushed To Hospital For Emergency Gender Reassignment Surgery After Showing Up To School With A G.I. Joe

    340. Wes says:

      I can’t say I have a problem with photographic evidence of sexual conquests.

    341. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes is like Romney. He has notebooks filled with women.

      But not quite like Romney did.

    342. Bitterlaw says:

      I can’t say I have a problem with photographic evidence of sexual conquests.

      https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=law+and+order+sound&ru=%2fsearch%3fq%3dlaw%2band%2border%2bsound%26cvid%3d1c82297e67ea4b9c855a297ed70bfc05%26aqs%3dedge..69i57j0l6.7335j0j1%26pglt%3d299%26FORM%3dANNTA1%26PC%3dU531&view=detail&mid=9C191C4DCC699DCFF09C9C191C4DCC699DCFF09C&rvsmid=C7458A4583096827DDAFC7458A4583096827DDAF&FORM=VDQVAP

    343. Tgca says:

      347. Wes

      Really? Does this mean you want to share your pegging photos?

    344. jason says:

      Gaetz showed nude photos of women he said he’d slept with to lawmakers, sources tell CNN”

      Hardly seems like a crime.

      Is this all they have?

    345. Bitterlaw says:

      347. Wes

      Really? Does this mean you want to share your pegging photos?

      While we do have a rule against a gay man winning Gayest Post of the Day, I just don’t see any way to not make an exception and give it to Tgca.

    346. jason says:

      It would have to go 500 miles an hour and not make any stops.

      “What we’re really doing is raising the bar on what we can imagine. Imagine a world where you and your family can travel coast to coast without a single tank of gas on a high-speed train close to as fast as you can go across the country in a plane,” Biden said at the White House.”

    347. jason says:

      Why would you spend trillions to build a train that crosses the country in 6 hours with no stops if you have planes that cross the country now with no stops?

    348. jason says:

      In 6 hours.

    349. NYCmike says:

      Patrick Mahomes came out and said he is trying to build a business empire.

      If I was the owner of the KC Chiefs, I would kindly ask him to fulfill his football contract first, then go and do whatever the f*ck it is you want to do after that.

    350. NYCmike says:

      If a train could do the same thing a plane could do, I would still prefer the plane….why would I want to be on the ground seeing the same crap I can see in a car, at a nice leisurely place, instead of having it whizzing by me while I am getting whiplash trying to see it!?!?

    351. Bitterlaw says:

      I would take the train IF it was not more expensive than a plane and convenient to board. I know people who fly from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh because it is “such a quick flight” and less than an hour. The real time is a lot more since you have to drive to the airport, wait at the airport, sit on the plane on the runway, fly, sit on the runway, get off the plane, and rent a car. OR Drive 4 1/2 hours.

    352. Bitterlaw says:

      https://mobile.twitter.com/mdstrawpsu?lang=en

      Our old friend, Michael, is running for Media, PA borough council.

    353. NYCmike says:

      In that Twitter pic where he is laughing he looks like Agent Smith from The Matrix.

      Go For It, StrawMan!

    354. NYCmike says:

      He is back to being a “Republican”?

      Last time he was here he was ripping Trump a new one and voting for Biden.

    355. Bitterlaw says:

      Media is a place where moderate Republicans can win. Even the Democrats are not whacked out. For years, the Mayor was a Democrat who really made the Veterans Day parade a huge event. Very patriotic town. County seat of Delaware County. I know one of the Sheriffs and his police dog.

      Phil and Jason would hate it.

    356. Wes says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      April 7, 2021 at 9:25 pm
      347. Wes

      Really? Does this mean you want to share your pegging photos?

      While we do have a rule against a gay man winning Gayest Post of the Day, I just don’t see any way to not make an exception and give it to Tgca.

      I’ve never pegged or been pegged, Bitter. It’s clearly what Jason wants GWB to do to him though given Jason’s many homoerotic posts regarding the former Incompetent-in-Chief.

    357. jason says:

      Media is a place where moderate Republicans can win.”

      LOL

      I guess that is Bitter’s dream, to be a “moderate Republican”.

      Translation: straddle every issue and “look at it from every angle”.

    358. jason says:

      GWB was a great President.

      I am sorry if that is “homoerotic” for some.

    359. jason says:

      He is back to being a “Republican”?

      Last time he was here he was ripping Trump a new one and voting for Biden.”

      He is not a moderate Republican. He is a Democrat moonbat.

    360. Wes says:

      Look, Jason, I understand GWB makes Microjason stand at attention, but there is literally no way anyone not cursed with your sycophantic attraction to him can consider that blithering moron a great President.

    361. Wes says:

      Actually I will retract my statement somewhat and say GWB was great President in one aspect:

      He was great at failure. He was good at absolutely nothing else, but he was nonpareil in his ability to fail. Thus, if Jason wants to say GWB was a great failure as President, I will wholeheartedly agree.

    362. Tgca says:

      369

      So this past month I think Jadon probably gets the awards for best character assassinations

      1. Wes outs Jadon’s manhood with “Microjadon”

      2. TG challenged Jadon’s intellect with “mental midget”

      3. Others called into question Jadon’s diminished memory due to his “dementia” from eating too much bacon

      There seems to be a pattern here all related to lack of size or capacity.

      Not sure who will round up 2021 with the most character assassinations, Bitter or Jadon, but clearly Jadon may be leading thus far.

      Fascinating!

    363. jason says:

      This is good news.

      Manchin writes on op-ed in WAPO saying he will not eliminate or “weaken” the filibuster.

      I think he was buying some time to see if Biden’s presidency would start as a big success, so he could jump on the bandwagon.

      Since this is not the case, it looks like he is slamming the door.

      Do I trust him? No. But this will be hard to walk back, even for him.

      “Joe Manchin op-ed in the Washington Post not only confirms “there is no circumstance in which I will vote to eliminate or weaken the filibuster,” it also seems to pour cold water on Schumer’s proposed reconciliation games.”

    364. jason says:

      Not sure who will round up 2021 with the most character assassinations, Bitter or Jadon, but clearly Jadon may be leading thus far.”

      Slam dunk.

    365. Wes says:

      Lee Zeldin will challenge the Grim Reaper for NY-Gov. Either Zeldin is overly ambitious, or Republicans are expecting Cuomo to crater further over the next 19 months.

    366. jason says:

      Since the Master’s has not gone woke I will watch it today.

      The Augusta National President stated he believes everyone should have the right to vote, but refused to comment on the GA law itself.

      Zzzzzzzz……

    367. Tgca says:

      I knew it!

      I always had my suspicions about Mikey and called it years ago, but now the proof is in the pudding.

      Mikey dresses very metrosexually!!!

      Now I see why he has chosen Bitter as his mentor.

      But Jadon is right, Mikey wants to be a Republican but he just can’t make it work and like all metrosexuals he just bends to the left.

      So now we know, Mikey is Dem-lite, as would the minimum expectation of any metrosexual.

      All the same, we still love ya Mikey, because you’ll always be our 1st evah HHR baby mascot.

    368. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess that is Bitter’s dream, to be a “moderate Republican”.

      Zzzzzzzzzzz, Almost 17 years of conservative posts here so why would I dream of being a moderate Republican when I am not.

      Translation: straddle every issue and “look at it from every angle”.

      How did jason get to be a successful businessman without anlayzing problems and issues? It does not mean that he has to come to a different conclusion but you would think that he would want to think about it first.

    369. jason says:

      “Grim Reaper”

      I like it.

    370. Bitterlaw says:

      Not sure who will round up 2021 with the most character assassinations, Bitter or Jadon, but clearly Jadon may be leading thus far.

      Are you serious? Every day since Election Day 2020 has been a Bash Bitter Festival. Lisab’s posts alone give me the clear path to the title. Jason and Phil’s posts are just running up the score.

    371. jason says:

      I am not against analyzing issues.

      I am against eating a whole apple after I find a worm in it in the hopes the other parts won’t have any.

    372. jason says:

      Sorry Bitter, but Tgca is an expert on character assassination.

      And he says I am ahead.

      GFY.

    373. jason says:

      In have been called everything from nasty little thread pig to dumbass wetback to Microjadon.

      You have been called a metrosexual suburban elitist.

      Let’s get real.

    374. jason says:

      DeSantis has passed Trump as favorite for the GOP nomination for the first time.

      If I was still voting I could vote for either one in the GOP primary.

      Mr. Woke Surrender to say I am surrendering in 3, 2, 1.

      Then to claim Mr. Woke Surrender counts as character assassination in 4, 5, 6.

    375. Wes says:

      Some surprising and funny political news from the continent where everything is lethal:

      https://www.96fm.com.au/lifestyle/former-pm-kevin-rudd-mistaken-for-uber-actually-obliges-to-drive-boozy-lot/

    376. Bitterlaw says:

      Please add Mr. Woke Surrender to my points total.

      That, plus lisab calling me the Uncle Tom of HHR puts me comfortably ahead.

      Since I have repeatedly said that DeSantis is my first choice, jason can suck it.

    377. Bitterlaw says:

      I am not against analyzing issues.

      I am against eating a whole apple after I find a worm in it in the hopes the other parts won’t have any.

      I understand that jason was educated in a one room school so I will edit his post for free:

      I am not against analyzing issues.

    378. Tgca says:

      379

      Let me clarify so folks don’t get their panties all in a bind.

      Jadon has been attacked with more original character assassination terms and on many more ideological fronts than Bitter.

      So for originality, Jadon has racked up more character assassinations as he is known by many aliases.

      If it’s any consolation, it does appear Bitter is ahead in the volume of attacks but keep in mind those attacks are repetitive in nature and not substantive in originality, and that may be due to his popularity here at HHR for being known as a metrosexual.

      But in the end, awards are not generally given for volume as much for originality and memorable impact.

      Bitter may be more like the McDs of insults at HHR, quick and satisfying for the moment but Jadon is the Parisian Cafes of insults at HHR, lingering and memorable.

      I hope that clarifies it all.

    379. Bitterlaw says:

      Mr. Woke Surrender is character assassination because it is not true. “Surrender” implies an ability to effectively combat the issues. Me boycotting soda and sports is not effective.

      I wonder if jason has condemned all of the Texas Rangers fans who are attending games in person as being “woke.”

    380. Tgca says:

      381

      Please note that when referring to qualifications at HHR, I am an “EXPERT” not an “expert.” The latter, along with “Expert” is appropriately qualification for LisaB but not for me since my EXPERTise is vastly encompassing in all matters, except all matters gay, of which LisaB is the Expert.

      Thank you.

      The EXPERT

    381. Tgca says:

      385

      CORRECTION

      Please give credit where credit is due. It was me, The EXPERT, not LisaB, that coined Bitter an “Uncle Tom” in 94 above.

      I previously also coined Bitter the “Meghan Markle” of HHR in past posts.

      LisaB may have seized on those coined terms to routinely mock and popularize them through her plagiarism but it was The EXPERT that coined the terms so please give credit where credit is due.

      Thank you

      The EXPERT

    382. jason says:

      Bitter hardest hit.

      “According to the poll results, MLB’s political activism is alienating fans. 64% of Americans — including a majority of MLB fans, Delta Air Line customers, and Coca-Cola consumers — told the researchers they are less likely to support companies and organizations that insert themselves into political issues and debates.

      70% of all respondents agree with the statement: “Corporations and sports teams should generally stay out of politics.”

      Another interesting finding of the poll is that, despite an avalanche of negative media coverage, key provisions of Georgia’s new election law are actually popular. 78% of respondents, including a majority of Democrats, MLB fans, non-white Americans, and all age groups, support the law’s ID requirement for absentee voting. 63% of respondents, including a majority of non-whites, and 48% of Democrats, support Georgia’s law restrictions on the handing out of gifts, including refreshments, to voters near polling stations and voting lines. Meanwhile, 67% of respondents, including a majority of Democrats and non-whites, support Georgia’s new policies regulating ballot drop boxes.”

    383. jason says:

      “Jadon has been attacked with more original character assassination terms and on many more ideological fronts than Bitter.

      But in the end, awards are not generally given for volume as much for originality and memorable impact.

      Bitter may be more like the McDs of insults at HHR, quick and satisfying for the moment but Jadon is the Parisian Cafes of insults at HHR, lingering and memorable.”

      Parisian Cafes of Insults?

      I should retire, what more could I aspire to.

    384. jason says:

      I thank Tgca for pointing out that when it comes to sheer the volume and quality of character assassinations, Bitter is a mere piker compared to me.

    385. Bitterlaw says:

      Bitter hardest hit.

      “According to the poll results, MLB’s political activism is alienating fans. 64% of Americans — including a majority of MLB fans, Delta Air Line customers, and Coca-Cola consumers — told the researchers they are less likely to support companies and organizations that insert themselves into political issues and debates.

      Good. I don’t like MLB’s political actions, either. I can’t change them. Both can be true.

      Jason really should go after those Woke Texans:

      https://news.yahoo.com/texas-rangers-welcome-full-fan-210844790.html

    386. Wes says:

      CCCXCV

    387. Cash Cow TM says:

      Walt wanted me to ask if…

      ANYBODY SEEN HIS DAMN STIMULUS CHECK?

    388. jason says:

      Bitter is a proud member of the 36% not being alienated by woke sports.

    389. Wes says:

      Walt would be great on this YouTube show:

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

    390. jason says:

      I can’t change them”

      But Mr. Woke Surrender still thinks he can criticize others for not voting because they think it changes nothing.

      I love this place.

    391. jason says:

      The government has determined that Walt has receive the present value of $4.6 billion dollars in stimulus money over the centuries and that it is enough.

    392. jason says:

      Has receive?

      My English teacher Señorita Margarita would be disappointed.

    393. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason still thinks that not voting is the best way to oppose Democrats but I am the problem if I drink soda.

    394. jason says:

      I saw that. I wonder what the motive was.

      Adams blaming the doctor for some error in treatment?

      But if so why would he shoot some guy who was just there working on the house.

      Football haters to blame concussions in 3, 2, 1…

      Bitter to look at it from every angle in 4, 5, 6.

    395. jason says:

      Jason still thinks that not voting is the best way to oppose Democrats but I am the problem if I drink soda.”

      This from someone who has criticized me for not voting hundreds of times when I never once told him not to drink soda or that him drinking soda “was a problem”.

      The hypocrisy is astounding.

    396. Phil says:

      Excellent timing. Get the guns. You go, Joe.

    397. Phil says:

      Did he use an “assault rifle”? No matter. Get the pistols too. Joe will be a hero in Delaware County.

    398. Bitterlaw says:

      Too bad Jason never hired me as a lawyer.

      Jason – Did you examine the issue? What do you recommend?

      Bitterlaw- No. You said to not analyze it. Do what you want. Here’s my bill.

    399. lisab says:

      LisaB may have seized on those coined terms to routinely mock and popularize
      ———————————-

      i have not used the terms …

      although i do think that bitterlaw would probably not be very loyal to the “deplorables” and would more likely be drinking coke on camera than criticizing china on camera

    400. jason says:

      Too bad Jason never hired me as a lawyer.

      Jason – Did you examine the issue? What do you recommend?

      Bitterlaw- No. You said to not analyze it. Do what you want. Here’s my bill.”

      No wonder Bitter wants to straddle every issue. He wants to treat every issue like a legal case he is working on?

      I know manyu lawyers have a problem discerning right from wrong, but sometimes it is not that difficult.

    401. Bitterlaw says:

      A lawyer thinking like a lawyer. Sue me.

    402. NYCmike says:

      “A lawyer thinking like a lawyer.”

      -Bitterlaw FINALLY identifies the character flaw which will impede his ability to get elected!

    403. NYCmike says:

      https://www.dailysignal.com/2021/04/08/pennsylvania-agrees-to-exhume-dead-from-its-voter-rolls/

      -Oh look! PA decides to ENFORCE CURRENT LAW! Who knew that could work!!??!

    404. Wes says:

      Mikey, I’d take that article more seriously if the author knew “exhume” was not the verb he was looking for. “Excise” should have been the word used.

    405. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Another good move by FOX News in its quest for forgiveness and rehabilitation. Mike Pompeo is on board.

      https://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/299908

    406. Wes says:

      Sheep, who’s your preference for NC-Sen?

    407. NYCmike says:

      “Pennsylvania, one of the top battlegrounds of the 2020 election, has agreed to remove the names of about 21,000 dead people from voter registration rolls before the general elections this year.”

      -The author then used the word “remove” in the first paragraph.

      Considering that you took the time to find definitions, and I noticed the word you looked up as well, I would think the writer did that on purpose, as most people associate it with graveyards and fishy circumstances needing to be investigated, which makes the story a bit more intriguing!

    408. Wes says:

      Cute, Mikey.

      That’s the headline equivalent of saying a rabid tortoise shell cat is killing people only to say in the first line of the accompanying article a St. Bernard is the animal in question.

    409. Meldrim says:

      #365, Sheeple, Jr., that news is not “troubling” at all. When Fauci says that the Moderna vaccine inoculizes people for “at least 6 months” it means that they’ve tested people who got it six months ago and they are still immunized. They can’t say that the vaccine works for 7 months or 12 months because the data isn’t available yet because *no one was first inoculated 7 months ago*. This news is exactly the same news that we got from Pfizer–“at least 6 months.” It is expected that all of the COVID-19 vaccines will immunize people for at least a year, and that annual boosters will be required, but that assumption is based on vaccines for other viruses, not for COVID-19, so these periodic tests and announcements of effectiveness (all of which have had good news, at least as far as Moderna and Pfizer go) must continue for at least six more months.

    410. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #418- Wes
      Whoever has the best chance of prevailing is my #1 pick. I am somewhat biased since I am friendly with Pat McCrory and his family.

      #421- Meldrim
      Thanks and I hope you are right. Fauci is the master of contradiction so who knows!

    411. NYCmike says:

      “That’s the headline equivalent of saying a rabid tortoise shell cat is killing people only to say in the first line of the accompanying article a St. Bernard is the animal in question.”

      -YUP, that’s the equivalent!

    412. Wes says:

      You obviously didn’t get the reference, Mikey–or the point.

    413. NYCmike says:

      “You obviously didn’t get the reference, Mikey–or the point.”

      -I’ll exhume your comments and try to figure out what I missed.

    414. jason says:

      Bitter, should we exhume former A-holes

    415. Bitterlaw says:

      Bitter, should we exhume former A-holes

      That could be a sticky situation.

    416. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – It is good advice. However, and jason will hate a thoughtful answer, it is good advice to have a lawyer just in can you had to act in self-defense. If you ask the lawyer “Just in case I happen to be be outside my wife’s boyfriend’s favorite bar at 10:35 pm on Tuesday and had to shoot him in self-defense, would that be a problem?” it could raise a red flag. Also, if you are involved in 10 self-defense shootings, it becomes sketchy.

    417. jason says:

      Bitter’s next book will be titled “The Legal Justification for Wokeism”

    418. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      An Amazon Plant in Alabama is voting today on unionization. The workers are about 2/3 AA. So far the vote is failing by over 60%. Time for the Dem./Union ballot adjusters to do their thing.
      (I have mixed thoughts about who I want to see win.)

    419. Tgca says:

      419. NYC

      Agreed! I thought it was a play on words to mock but who knows?

      Clearly, any journalist should know what the word “exhume” means.

      Now, “pegging” that’s one word not everyone knows the meaning of but evidently quite a few at HHR do.

      Hmmm…

    420. Tgca says:

      408

      If any analysis should be done, it should be done by a qualified EXPERT like myself. Lawyers shouldn’t be analyzing chit!

      Thank you

      The EXPERT

    421. Bitterlaw says:

      (I have mixed thoughts about who I want to see win.)

      Jason to jump all over Sheeple for thinking in 3…2…1…

    422. jason says:

      Jason to jump all over Sheeple for thinking in 3…2…1…”

      Nah, Sheep is not afraid to take a stand.

      If something stinks, he doesn’t have to smell it from “every angle”.

    423. jason says:

      Now this is a whopper…

      BIDEN: “You can go to a gun show, you can buy what you want and no background check.”

    424. Bitterlaw says:

      Unbelievable. Thinking is now condemned at HHR.

    425. Bitterlaw says:

      But Sheeple did not take a stand.

    426. jason says:

      Unbelievable.

      Woke thinking is now defended at HHR.

    427. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzz. When did I defend cancel culture? When did I say I agree with woke thinking? I have condemned both but you can look for posts that don’t exist if you want to waste your time.

    428. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason not watching sports has no impact.

      Me watching sports has no impact.

      Both can be true.

    429. jason says:

      We may have competing books on the market

      Bitter’s book:

      “The Thinking Man’s case for Woke Culture”

      jason’s book:

      “Why Woke Culture Sucks from Every Angle”

    430. Bitterlaw says:

      So Jason admits he can’t find any posts where I defended woke thinking or cancel culture. Good to know.

    431. jason says:

      Jason not watching sports has no impact”

      You think this has nothing to do with ratings?

      Seems to me that not everyone was like Bitter and accepting of being continuously called a racist while trying to watch a game.

      “Don’t expect BLM and social justice messages on basketball courts or jerseys in the NBA next season, according to league Commissioner Adam Silver.

      “My sense is there will be some sort of return to normalcy. That those messages will largely be left to be delivered off the floor. And I understand those people who are saying ‘I’m on your side, but I want to watch a basketball game,’” Silver said.

    432. jason says:

      Nobody died of COVID in 44 of PA’s 67 counties today.

    433. Bitterlaw says:

      I understand ratings. I also understand that one person does not impact anything. You stopped watching the NFL (after the Broncos started to suck) and still complain about the NFL. Neither you nor I had any impact on the NFL.

    434. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason is a master of being an expert on things he does not watch. Tired statement about turd sandwich or worms in apple or rotten eggs in 3…2…1…

    435. lisab says:

      Caitlyn Jenner explores run for California governor

    436. Tgca says:

      447

      Yo Bitter

      It’s me, you know, The EXPERT.

      If one person does not impact anything, as you state with regard to your choice to continue watching woke sports and drinking Woke-a-Cola, then would that not also imply that Jadon no longer voting will also not impact any elections?

      Therefore, how could his not voting help to elect Democrats as you claim, insinuate, or whatever other word you wish to describe your theory you frequently post?

      That’s sounds like a UUUUUGGE contradiction to moi.

      Hmm…

    437. Tgca says:

      447

      So let me offer a different view.

      If one million GOP voters all thought the way Jadon did, and refused to vote in PA, then it would definitely impact elections and help elect more democrats. On that we clearly agree.

      At the same time, if one million GOP voters in PA turned off woke sports and refused to drink Woke-a-cola, that would make a huge difference to those corporate entities and athletes.

      Now to exaggerate further, let’s turn that one million into 75 million GOP voters across the US.

      In each case, the results would be overwhelmingly hurtful to the GOP in elections, and corporations and athletes earnings potential.

      So you are correct that every voter can make a difference just as Jadon is correct that every consumer can make a difference.

      I hope this helps you see the issue more clearly, and not just from a metrosexual viewpoint.

      Regards

      The EXPERT

    438. Bitterlaw says:

      Not a contradiction at all. In every election, only one person can win. Keeping it very simple, let’s say there are 10 voters. The Democrat needs 6 votes to win. If Jason does not vote, the Democrat only needs 5 votes to win. Didn’t we just see a Congressional seat decided by 6 votes?

      Sports fans and soda drinkers can watch and drink or not but the teams and the soda company will still exist. Profits might go down but teams and companies will outlive and adapt to any boycott.

    439. Bitterlaw says:

      Not really true, Expert. Remember after MLB players went on strike and the World Series was cancelled? Ratings suffered as angry fans boycotted when they returned to play. Then McGwire and Sosa started hammering homeruns (with chemical help), and fans tuned in.

      If 75 million people switched from one soda to another, the main party to suffer will be the employees of the naughty soda.

    440. jason says:

      Bitter doesn’t approve of woke culture but writes hundreds of posts justifying woke culture.

    441. jason says:

      I also understand that one person does not impact anything.”

      Zzzzz…..

    442. Bitterlaw says:

      Why do 100,000 or more Texas Rangers fans who attended games this week escape criticism but I am the villain? Why aren’t they called woke. I watched maybe an hour of baseball this week. They directly supported MLB with ticket sales, food and beer sales, jersey sales, etc. I support their right to attend games.

    443. Tgca says:

      452

      Delusional thinking to justify your selfish behavior.

      Most elections are not decided by 6 votes. Extreme rarity, and you know that.

      On the other side, one influential person can change a corporations thinking as well.

      Companies live and die by the bottom line. If enough people like you would turn off woke sports and stop drinking Woke-a-cola, that will make a difference. We’ve seen it before. Recall pressure on South Africa in the 80s.

      In fact, that’s what happened in GA, a few vocal people threatened Coke, MLB, and Delta, and they reacted to avoid harm. What they don’t realize is that the other side is a much larger audience and if you did your part my boycotting their products, calling their leaders, or protesting them, they’d reverse immediately, as we’ve seen companies do time and time again.

      Face it! You don’t practice what you preach and your selfish but lecture the rest here on supporting the conservatives when you can’t even make simple sacrifices for the better good.

    444. Bitterlaw says:

      If I wrote hundreds of posts, you should be able to produce one. Not one of your absurd “translations” but a real post.

    445. Tgca says:

      456

      It’s not that TX sports fans get a pass.

      It’s because you are lecturing everyone on how they hurt the conservatives by their choices but refuse to accept you do the same thing through your own selfish choices.

      It’s complete hypocrisy!

      I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again so don’t be giving LisaB credit.

      …you are the Neville Chamberlain for the woke cause here at HHR as you surrender to them.

      …and the Meghan Markle at HHR for whining why you are being discriminated against compared to others.

      …and the Uncle Tom for obeying the woke culture knowing they have no interest in what’s important to you.

      …and the useful idiot that they rely on to use over and over to further their cause.

      Other than that, I have no issues with your selfish choices.

      Got it?

    446. NYCmike says:

      “Nobody died of COVID in 44 of PA’s 67 counties today.”

      Allegheny Times:

      “Fear of COVID remains high in more than 1/3rd of PA’s 67 counties today, as deaths mount.”

    447. Bitterlaw says:

      Simple sacrifice? You may have noticed that I like sports. So much so that I spend hundreds of hours a year coaching them.

      Why should I give up one of the few things I do other than working when I get home? One of the greatest days of my life was going to the Phillies parade with my then 10 year old son in 2008. Another was when I went to the Eagles parade in 2018 with my then 15 year old daughter and wife. Should I have missed those moments to please you?

      So what should I watch? What would you do if your fake food companies offended you? Start following jason’s Diet? You know you would not.

    448. Bitterlaw says:

      People died for the right to vote. Nobody died for the right to watch the Phillies lose again and again for decades.

      I have yet to see an election decided by what soda voters drink or which teams they watch. Every election is decided by votes (real or imagined).

      Think of it this way. I like watching sports. You don’t. Even before all this woke bs you did not post about sports so boycotting means nothing to you. You like having sex with men. If banging dudes was considered woke, would you switch to women? No. You would live your life and tell the snipers you are not impacting the issue and you would be right.

    449. Tgca says:

      461

      So you must have entertainment to enjoy your family?

      Millions of working class people don’t get those luxuries but still find time to have special moments with their loved ones.

      Jadon does not need to take his family to a game to have special moments. He can snuggle up with Lupita in the barn and save himself the money and aggravation of crowds in a filthy, crime-ridden city

      Again, sounds like it was more for YOU than your kids.

      …and I’m not asking you to please me because that will never happen…

      …we’re asking you to support your fellow conservatives in kind by making small sacrifices instead of lecturing them on their choices…but you won’t.

      Again…hypocrisy.

      …and this is why you are out of step with the vast majority of conservatives on the woke issues.

      You sound like Nancy…let them eat ice cream.

    450. Bitterlaw says:

      It was easy for Jason to give up the NFL. The Broncos sucked. He admitted he was never a regular watcher of baseball. He is in an NBA no-man’s land because Pittsburgh does not have a team and he would never cheer for the 76ers.

      So, Expert, why are the Texas Rangers fans not selfish?

    451. Tgca says:

      462

      About 3 dozen people died in 2020 due to woke causes in the streets by BLM and Antifa, and more will die and face inequities because you’re selfish and support wokeness through your patronage of woke services.

      Try googling it dumbass.

      Maybe you can also purchase some books from NAMBLA too and then come back and tell us how that’s not supporting child molestors.

    452. Bitterlaw says:

      Who are you to judge what is a small sacrifice for me? How many years do I have to give up things to satisfy you?

      There were millions of people at those FREE parades. I know you don’t have children so you can’t relate to spending time with them watching a game. Should I have to spend hundreds of hours watching Deadliest Catch? Why? I watched a few times. The plot is the same – big waves, will they catch enough, somebody got hurt, but not too bad, big waves, they caught enough but maybe not next time…

      I tried to watch Duck Dynasty because liberals hated it. It was so boring I almost watched soccer. Almost.

    453. Tgca says:

      464

      I did not opine on the TX fans because I don’t recall anyone from TX lecturing others about their choices and trying to exalt themselves above all others here for being so noble and faithful to conservatives by supposedly doing the right thing. If they were being hypocritical I would call them on it.

      …so stop being so Meghan Markle here. I ain’t no f*cking Oprah that’s gonna fall for this crap.

      You’re about as faithful to conservatives on the woke issues as Benedict Arnold was to the Revolution.

      You cannot be trusted by the conservatives because you’re lack of support for challenging the racist woke cause when you know how harmful it is to conservatives and the country.

      You should be ashamed!

      You’re lower than a pregnant snake.

      HHR very own f*ckin’ Mitt Romney.

    454. Bitterlaw says:

      Again with the child molesting comments? Disturbing analogy. Do you have something to tell us?

      Maybe the Expert needs to look at a calendar. He says 3 dozen people died in 2020 but blames me for drinking soda in 2021. So now I am a time traveling killer? Sounds like something Wes would like to read. The people who killed others in 2020 are solely responsible for their actions and should get the death penalty.

    455. Tgca says:

      466

      Oh here we go again with the homo slurs – what do you know what’s important in life if you don’t have children?

      Quality time with loved ones does not discriminate on their relationship to one is what I know.

      I’m sure you would have supported German and Japanese products during WWII as well as long as it gave you comfort while others made sacrifices.

      Let us know when you become a REAL conservative.

    456. Bitterlaw says:

      The only one lecturing is you. You are the one elevating me to somebody who can change the world by drinking Pepsi (but they will run afoul of you soon enough).

      You are lucky that garbage you eat is not food or you might offend somebody and have to just eat paper. Which you almost do now.

    457. Tgca says:

      468

      No! It was an exaggerated analogy to make a point and show you the ridiculousness of your argument of what is and is not off limits.

      …and as adult male who seems to have nothing but adolescent friends, and nothing else to do but hang with adolescents, you should be the last one to cast stone towards others of potentially hiding secrets.

      You seem to take obsessive interests in these kids. Should we ask you the same question?

      History tells us most child molestors are folks who try to surround themselves with kids through mentoring and other activities, which is not something I do.

      Now go have a cow and whine in your next post like Meghan that you’re being accused of something so horrific worse than death and how much it hurts your metrosexual feelings.

    458. Tgca says:

      470

      Yes, my nutrition is so bad that’s why my lab reports are all in healthy ranges why you eat muffins, pizza, and drink Woke-a-Cola all day.

      Ask any respectable doctor or nutritionist who is damaging their body more on a daily basis.

      Dumbass!

    459. Bitterlaw says:

      You said me enjoying sports is about me and not my children. I just pointed out you could not relate to that experience because you don’t have children. Selfish? What do you do for anybody who does not have 4 legs? Maybe you volunteer every day but just don’t tell us. I doubt that.

      I am a real conservative. Ran for office 3 times and lost because I was more conservative than the voters where I lived. You can find out it’s true, Google My races. What have you done except type? You are making a huge impact by not drinking Coke (which you probably never drank anyway) or boycotting sports you also never watched. That would be like me giving up watching soccer to prove a point.

    460. Tgca says:

      Ok. The bewitching hour is upon me. Time for my beauty sleep as I have an early morning meeting.

      I think I’ve done enough mocking the metrosexual for one night. I’ll let LisaB take the graveyard shift on this matter.

      Hugs and kisses.

    461. Bitterlaw says:

      They are players. They are not friends. They need a coach and not a lot of people want the job. Their loss. Ask or accuse me of whatever you want. Be a man.

      I know that this is a foreign concept to you that somebody could want to help a young person rather than make them dance in bars for beer money but I’m not your dad or your mom’s boyfriend or whomever did that to you.

    462. Bitterlaw says:

      Sleep well. Make sure to walk your closest friend in the morning.

    463. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t stay up to watch games on the West Coast. Does that count as a boycott?

    464. lisab says:

      I don’t stay up to watch games on the West Coast.
      ——————-

      but you do take a lot of credit for coaching

      john mccain took less credit for being a pow

    465. Wes says:

      Wow!

      I’m glad I wasn’t here last night to watch three Hedgehoggers act like old men arguing across a fence at each other.

    466. Sheeple, Jr. says:

      Prince Phillip Passes at 99. RIP

    467. Bitterlaw says:

      Very sad day for the Queen. They were married for 73 years.

    468. Bitterlaw says:

      The best fights are during the night shift, Wes.

    469. Tgca says:

      479

      Agreed Wes!

      Bitter, Jadon, and NYC can get rather excited at time. Good thing they’re not neighbors.

    470. jason says:

      Congratulations Tennessee

      “I signed constitutional carry today because it shouldn’t be hard for law-abiding Tennesseans to exercise their #2A rights. Thank you members of the General Assembly and @NRA
      for helping get this done.”

      Bitter to make some comment that if people want to carry in TN fine with him, nothing can be done about mass shootings, and he will never have a gun in 3, 2, 1.

    471. Tgca says:

      Oh no!

      I just might be a racist.

      Who knew that I had so much in common with Hitler and Dalai Lama?

      https://www.vice.com/en/article/evb4zw/why-so-many-white-supremacists-are-into-veganism

    472. jason says:

      HHR very own f*ckin’ Mitt Romney.”

      Not fair to rack up points while I watching a recap of the Master’s.

      Not that they didn’t try some wokiness too, I read where they had an 86 year old black former player out there with Jack Nicklaus opening the tournament. No, he wasn’t invited the last 50 years, but was invited this year.

    473. Tgca says:

      I need Wes to provide input on the south here.

      We all know that southerners are racist and that’s where all the white supremacists live because the woke northeast has educated us on this over the years.

      But I’m confused because the south is known for being big meat eaters. Clearly, there is a link between eating veggies and racism per the article below.

      If true, then why does everyone in the south ear so much meat? Are they really closet vegetarians at home and not really eating meat?

      Wes…please advise here.

      https://www.vice.com/en/article/evb4zw/why-so-many-white-supremacists-are-into-veganism

    474. Tgca says:

      With the death of the Prince Philip today, will Meghan and Harry now come out and disclose that it was Prince Philip who upset her with racist remarks about what color their baby would be? I just read another article that he was known to make racist and insensitive remarks.

      After all, it would not be fair to Meghan and Harry if they did not get all the royal attention during this time.

      They should all hop on a Oprah’s private jet and go to the funeral and do interview in front of the coffin.

    475. jason says:

      It would be terrible if the Queen died during the pandemic. Actually, terrible if she died at all, I have never known a world without Queen Elizabeth.

      Her funeral will be the mother of all funerals, even Walt, who was around for the deaths of Alexander the Great, Cleopatra, Attila the Hun and Genghis Khan, will have seen anything like it.

      The woman is head of state of like 16 countries, including Canada, Australia and New Zealand, ruling over 1/6th of the world’s land mass, not even including the Commonwealth which has 53 nations.

    476. jason says:

      Prince Philip was known for speaking his mind over the decades, but I think the “racist” part is part of the woke and cancel culture.

    477. jason says:

      “NEW: In today’s gun policy address, President Biden exaggerated about background checks at gun shows. Mostly False.”

      Polifact can only come up with “exaggerated” and “mostly false” regarding Biden’s blatant lie.

    478. Tgca says:

      490

      Now you’re just being insensitive to Meghan and Harry and their supporters at HHR and elsewhere.

      I agree we celebrate Prince Philips life but the eulogy should not skip over his racist past.

      The Queen has been very strong for 70+ years of rule so she can suck it up and handle some truth telling in his eulogy because it is the 1st step to healing her subjects in the woke culture.

    479. Phil says:

      Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston has announced a revised policy of “health care based on race”. They will be implementing the policy “within the context of reparations”. Hospital administrators admit there could be legal challenges.

      Ya think?

      Bottom line is woke doesn’t care about legalities. Doesn’t matter to them. Welcome to the new America where if you are white you are f*cked.

    480. Phil says:

      Actually, the hospital called it “preferential care based on race”

      May as well just have put a neon sign on top of their building saying sue me.

    481. jason says:

      It was easy for Jason to give up the NFL. The Broncos sucked.”

      New: WAPO gives this 5 Pinocchios, since they can’t give 6.

      The Broncos have had plenty of losing seasons in my lifetime, and I have watched all of them.

      I have already stated that the reason I no longer watch the NFL is that I have no interest in being termed a racist and being lectured on race relations by spoiled and self entitled millionaire players, owners and coaches, and have no interest in financially supporting the Woke NFL that has sold out to the people who are least interested in seeing football survive as a sport.

      The only thing true about Bitter’s statement is that it was easy for me.

      Now Bitter will say he doesn’t mind being called a racist because he isn’t one and can’t see woke messages in the end zone because the Eagles don’t score, and that you can’t do anything about woke sports because ratings don’t matter, blah, blah, blah, in 3, 2, 1.

      All BS to hide the fact everyone here has already figured out. Bitter is perfectly comfortable with woke culture. He “opposes it” but has completely surrendered to it.

    482. jason says:

      Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston has announced a revised policy of “health care based on race”. They will be implementing the policy “within the context of reparations”.

      Normal.

    483. Phil says:

      Woke dope doctors.

      Move along. Nothing to see here.

      Normal.

    484. Tgca says:

      My heart goes out to the Queen. Losing her closest confidante after 74+ years is difficult. Especially in her position, it’s not like you have lots of folks you can trust.

      Life really sucks at times.

      I don’t know what I would do if we lost Bitter or LisaB or Robbie after 16 years. It makes everything else in life seem so petty.

      I know Jadon feels the same way about Luputa.

    485. DW says:

      Easy for me to drop baseball. Mets stink anyway. They spend crazy amounts of money, and in the home opener against the hapless Marlins they needed a bottom of the ninth homer and then a bases-loaded horrible umpiring call to win the game.

      The ump called strike three, as the pitch was nearly right down the middle, then he changed it to hit by pitch, giving the Mets the win. The problem is that if a pitch is a strike, then hit by pitch is not an option. The ump admitted later he made a mistake, but it cost the Marlins a chance to push the game into extra innings.

      But the Mets clearly are not going anywhere. So its very easy for me to swear off baseball for its woke stupidity.

      This was my once in a great while post.

    486. jason says:

      I know Jadon feels the same way about Luputa”

      It is Lupita, not Luputa.

      GFY.

    487. jason says:

      Hey DW, glad to see you around.

      Bitter will attack you for not wanting to watch woke stupidity baseball, I will handle it.

      He will have to find a better excuse than “jason doesn’t watch baseball so he can’t be critical of woke baseball” in your case however.

      I am sure he will find one. Maybe “ratings don’t matter” and “there is nothing you can do about woke sports, just surrender”.

    488. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason still has not found a single post where I accepted cancel culture and woke bs but he will continue to lie.

    489. jason says:

      The bottom line, Bitter, is that you have mocked and attacked me incessantly for not watching woke sports. You can’t afford me the courtesy of accepting my position that I don’t want to support woke sports.

      On the other hand, I have never suggested you should not watch woke sports. I have repeatedly stated that if you are comfortable with woke sports and can stomach the messaging and you want to watch, you should. If you don’t think that if enough people cease to watch it would change the league’s outlook, fine. If you don’t mind being labeled a racist because you aren’t one, fine. If you never saw woke messages in the end zone because the Eagles don’t score TDs, fine. Those are all statements you have made here, if you don’t like them repeated, too bad. If you don’t like being pointed out that you have surrendered to woke culture, too bad.

      The fact is you have continuously chosen to blatantly lie about my position, by claiming I told you not to watch sports, not to go to Mass, not to drink Coke. I never said, implied or wrote ONE post telling you to do anything of the sort. Nor have I told anyone to boycott anything.

      You don’t think anything can be done about woke culture. I don’t thing anything can be done to reverse the path to socialism. How are you not surrendering if you think nothing can be done about wokism, but you don’t respect my view that voting will not change the ultimate political system of the country?

    490. Bitterlaw says:

      On the other hand, I have never suggested you should not watch woke sports but I will condemn and mock you for it and make you responsible for everything that people and organizations that you can’t possibly impact or affect do.

      Nor have I told anyone to boycott anything but I will hammer you relentlessly for not doing so and for mot agreeing with me.

      I fixed it for you.

    491. Tgca says:

      500

      Typo.

      Oops! Sorry!

      Freudian slip.

      I was not suggesting Lupita is a pootah…but if the shoe fits…

    492. Bitterlaw says:

      You can’t afford me the courtesy of accepting my position that I don’t want to support woke sports.

      And you can’t leave me alone to watch what I choose without making your absurd judgment that I am essentially a member of BLM or Antifa and embrace violence despite the fact that during last Summer’s riots I said that the rioters should be put down with overwhelming force.

    493. Bitterlaw says:

      Is Luputa a term for a llama whore in Spanish.

    494. Tgca says:

      503. Jadon

      Explaining metrosexuality is really hard. It really is.

      It’s like being gay. It’s hard to explain how and why you think like a homo. You just do! I know. It’s hard to explain why shoving big voluptuous breasts in my face don’t really do much.

      I’m wondering if it’s like that for metrosexuals too. Like the hypothetical “gay gene” there might be a hypothesis of a “metrosexual gene”…hmmm…

      No sense trying to change metrosexuals if it’s biological because you can’t change your biology…unless you’re a tranny of course…but that’s a different subject.

    495. jason says:

      your absurd judgment that I am essentially a member of BLM or Antifa”

      Zzzzzz…

      That would indeed be an absurd judgment.

      So absurd I never made it.

      More blatant lies.

    496. jason says:

      Is Luputa a term for a llama whore in Spanish.”

      It’s close enough to Laputa to make it suspicious.

    497. jason says:

      And you can’t leave me alone to watch what I choose”

      Considering I have always said you should watch what you are comfortable watching this is unmitigated BS.

    498. Tgca says:

      I found on the internet two related meanings for Lupita

      1. Lupita as a girl’s name is of Spanish origin and is a short form of Guadalupe. It refers to the Virgin Mary as she miraculously appeared to a peasant boy in Guadalupe, Mexico.

      2..The name Lupita means From The River Of The Wolf and is of Spanish origin.

      No meaning for Luputa so I assume it’s means llama whore.

    499. Tgca says:

      There is a Luputa in the Democratic Republic of the Congo though but can’t get much info on it.

      http://www.maplandia.com/democratic-republic-congo/kasai-oriental/luputa/

    500. jason says:

      This is correct.

      Lupita’s full name is Guadalupe Santa Maria Hernandez Chiaquitinta.

    501. Tgca says:

      515

      Ha!

      Both my dogs had long names too with it listed on their name tags.

      1st name
      Middle name
      Communion name
      Confirmation name

      It’s a Latin thing I think.

    502. jason says:

      President Biden will sign an executive order Friday establishing a commission to study whether to add seats to the Supreme Court, the White House announced … It will delve into the issue of potentially expanding the court – an idea that has been floated by some progressives but heavily criticized by Republicans.”

      Normal.

    503. Tgca says:

      Oh. This will certainly bring the country together.

      Biden names Commission to study expansion of Supreme Court.

      Among the issues the commission will look at are “the court’s role in the Constitutional system,” turnover and length of service, and how the court selects cases.

      I am sure SCOTUS justices will welcome how Congress will tell them to do their job and how many are needed after 150+ years of operating.

      https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/biden-supreme-court-commission-expansion/2021/04/09/id/1016993/

    504. Wes says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      April 9, 2021 at 11:29 am
      Jason still has not found a single post where I accepted cancel culture and woke bs but he will continue to lie.

      This is an outright lie. When several of us lost interest in the NFL after all the virtue signaling by the players and the league you tried to shame us into watching again by saying we were “giving them exactly what they wanted.” You in fact were giving them what they wanted by sheepishly accepting their sanctimonious preaching while the rest of us were denying them viewers and ratings and finding other things to do with our lives.

    505. jason says:

      CNN’s Lunacy Goes Into Ridiculous Territory by Suggesting Font Is Now Racist ”

      Normal.

    506. Tgca says:

      521

      I’ll up you one.

      Mayor Butt says:

      American Infrastructure Has ‘Racism Physically Built’ Into It

      So I guess some roads are more racist than others. That may be why there are more minority accidents on the 405 in LA as opposed to |95 in Main. The roads are attacking drivers it does not favor racially.

      https://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2021/04/09/buttigieg-american-infrastructure-has-racism-physically-built-into-it-n2587650

    507. Wes says:

      My God!

      Next our phones are going to be racist

    508. jason says:

      You in fact were giving them what they wanted by sheepishly accepting their sanctimonious preaching while the rest of us were denying them viewers and ratings and finding other things to do with our lives.”

      Exactly.

      Bitter mocks and attacks those that don’t want to watch woke sports while surrendering to woke sports by pretending “nothing can be done about them”.

      He has consistently mocked anyone who has stopped supporting woke companies, which in effect is supporting woke companies.

      The honest position would be to say “ok I support woke companies, I can’t give up their products” and refrain from mocking and attacking those that don’t want to support woke culture.

      I would respect “look I can’t give up football, it is just too important to me no matter how woke it is and how much they insult me” more than the “I didn’t see any woke messages because the Eagles don’t score TDs”.

    509. jason says:

      Next our phones are going to be racist”

      Is it white?

    510. Bitterlaw says:

      517 and 520 are not normal. Just want to be on the record with that before I am accused of saying it is normal.

      I would respect “look I can’t give up football, it is just too important to me no matter how woke it is and how much they insult me” more than the “I didn’t see any woke messages because the Eagles don’t score TDs”.

      BS, You would just blast me for it for as long as this freak show stays open.

      This is an outright lie. When several of us lost interest in the NFL after all the virtue signaling by the players and the league you tried to shame us into watching again by saying we were “giving them exactly what they wanted.”

      Zzzzzzzzzz. This woke garbage would have ended years ago if ut was ignored. Instead, the boycotts just gave more attention to it. It’s like Tgaclown’s use of metrosexual. I made the mistake of pointing out how ridiculous it was to apply it to me and it just made it worse.

      Wes- I am sure that you have more to be ashamed about than anything I said.

    511. Bitterlaw says:

      The honest position would be to say “ok I support woke companies, I can’t give up their products” and refrain from mocking and attacking those that don’t want to support woke culture.

      The really honest position would be to leave people alone to do what they want but that is not good enough for the boycotters. They need to make everybody agree with them or make them responsible for things they have no control over.

    512. Bitterlaw says:

      My blppd sugar is low so for lunch I had 2 Reese’s peanut butter eggs. Are they on the banned list? They only come at at Easter so maybe they are offensive to somebody.

    513. Bitterlaw says:

      Blood. Better drink a soda, too.

    514. Wes says:

      We did ignore the NFL’s woke idiocy, Bitter. That’s why we quit watching. You gave it credence by continuing to watch and posting virtue signals about how people who were doing anything but watching football were empowering those self-aggrandizing wokesters.

    515. Bitterlaw says:

      We did ignore the NFL’s woke idiocy, Bitter. and made sure that everybody knew that we stopped watching.

      I fixed it for you.

    516. Wes says:

      By mentioning it once or twice?

      Oh, Fate forfend we should ever say anything when the topic was broached.

      You were the one seeking validation by claiming we were “giving them exactly what they wanted.” I don’t care if you watch the NFL or don’t. Just don’t try to pontificate and virtue signal because of your own choice in viewership.

    517. Tgca says:

      Love this! Karma is a Bish!

      Rosie O’Donnell home in Saddle River, NJ, a very rich white town, will be converted to partial affordable housing under a city agreement.

      Has nuttin’ to do with the hideous disgusting Rosie who sold the property at a loss because she could not find a buyer but the fact that they are now moving some low income housing next to the most wealthy of the wealthy is comical.

      Radnor PA is next!

      https://nypost.com/2021/04/07/rosie-odonnells-nj-home-to-be-turned-into-affordable-housing/

    518. Bitterlaw says:

      For somebody who claimed he no longer followed the NFL you were so pissed that the Chiefs beat the 49ers in last year’s SB that you made certain to post this year that you wanted the Chiefs to lose to Tampa Bay. What happened to your commitment to give up caring about the NFL?

    519. Wes says:

      I said I didn’t watch the NFL, Bitter. That didn’t change my loathing the Chiefs.

      These days I’d rather binge watch Prometheus and Alien: Covenant than watch an NFL game, but I still wish the Niners were undefeated in the Superbowl.

    520. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca just hates great school districts. He did grow up in Newark, NJ so I understand. But at least he did not grow up in Patterson or Camden.

    521. Cash Cow TM says:

      As cow predicted, we have had a rash of Springtime mass shootings/knifings, tornadoes and earthquakes.

      I forgot about volcanic eruptions…

      I say it is all Biden’s fault.

    522. Cash Cow TM says:

      Glenville State University has ‘Pioneers’ as their mascot name.

      I say we need to force them to change the name, because pioneers took land from and fought Indians so “Pioneers” is racist.
      **************************************
      Who is with me?

    523. lisab says:

      He has consistently mocked anyone who has stopped supporting woke companies, which in effect is supporting woke companies.
      —————–

      that is the republican strategy with nominees too

      they want you to support candidates that are dem-lite, so when they vote on national flower show day, you know they will really fight for a republican flower show

      but on things the deplorables really care about things they will just go along with the dems

      and you should vote for them because the dem candidate will vote against you on all the big things you care about

      AND

      national flower show day

    524. NYCmike says:

      I find these “attacks” on Bitterlaw disgusting.

      I find Bitterlaw’s tone deafness in regard to woke politics and corporate culture to be disgusting.

      Both can be true.

    525. Bitterlaw says:

      Mrs. Tom Joad keeps throwing treats to the crowd.

      NYC – You should have noticed that I have supported ACTIONS by politicians like DeSantis against the women garbage

    526. NYCmike says:

      “NYC – You should have noticed that I have supported ACTIONS by politicians like DeSantis against the women garbage”

      -I did.

      I thought it was just your way of ACTING conservatively, while not lending your voice to the real battle against WOKE CULTURE.

    527. NYCmike says:

      “Who is with me?”

      -I’m with you Ca$h!

      The Pioneers were totally racist, making the women wear bonnets instead of cow-person hats!

    528. NYCmike says:

      https://notthebee.com/article/the-cofounder-of-blm-just-bought-a-14-million-la-home-in-a-rich-largely-white-neighborhood

      -BLM founder spends the money she got from the NFL, NBA, GM, etc, etc, etc……

    529. Tgca says:

      535

      Great school districts produce metrosexuals and Uber liberal caucasians who so want to be woke.

      Rough school districts give those who are willing to work hard an opportunity to make their own success.

    530. jason says:

      The really honest position would be to leave people alone to do what they want but that is not good enough for the boycotters.”

      Bitter’s cesspool of lies keeps getting deeper and deeper.

      He is the one mocking those that don’t want to support woke culture.

      Case in point:

      My blppd sugar is low so for lunch I had 2 Reese’s peanut butter eggs. Are they on the banned list?”

      This despicable BS is supposed to mock those that don’t support woke culture.

    531. jason says:

      We did ignore the NFL’s woke idiocy, Bitter. and made sure that everybody knew that we stopped watching.”

      Ah yes, another of Bitter’s canards.

      jason doesn’t watch because the Broncos suck.

      Those who oppose woke culture do so because they want attention.

      I don’t think even Bitter believes this crock of crap, but i guess he feels compelled to come up with something.

    532. jason says:

      517 and 520 are not normal. Just want to be on the record with that before I am accused of saying it is normal”

      LOL

      Note that whenever someone points out another absurd woke culture BS, Bitter is defensive and offended and thinks it is about him.

      I wonder why.

    533. Tgca says:

      Metrosexuals just yearn to belong…it’s that simple.

      Suburban Philly is all woke so Bitter needs to be woke though he claims he’s not into the wokeness by supporting woke corporations and athletes.

      Trump was supported by most at HHR so Bitter needs to fit in at HHR and claims he supports Trump to fit in but hates the man and everything he stands for.

      See!

      Metrosexuals need to belong.

      Send Bitter to North Korea and he’ll support Kim because he’s the best they have that all openly support but claim he loathes him personally in secret messages snuck out of the country.

      Again! Metrosexuals need to belong.

    534. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC- No. I support actions and not gestures. DeSantis acts. Me not drinking is a gesture. See the difference?

      I yearn to be accepted? Why am I still here if I expect to be accepted? Should I just type what you want to see and privately laugh at you? I could just change my handle to lisabitterlaw If I was going to do that.

    535. jason says:

      I don’t know anything about metrosexualism.

      My point with Bitter is that he is a hypocrite for surrendering on wokism but attacking me for not voting.

    536. NYCmike says:

      “My point with Bitter is that he is a hypocrite for surrendering on wokism but attacking me for not voting.”

      -Agree on this point.

      Of course, I would like for you to vote and Bitterlaw to stop surrendering on wokism….but then again, it took me years to convince you that “the narrative” and “telling a story” were legitimate concepts which the Republican Party ignored at its own peril.

      Cheers, and have a great MASTERS weekend!

      Georgia is where its at!

    537. jason says:

      ut then again, it took me years to convince you that “the narrative” and “telling a story” were legitimate concepts which the Republican Party ignored at its own peril.’

      This garbage is about as accurate as WE ARE WINNING.

    538. jason says:

      I don’t think Rose will win.

      Watch out for Justin Thomas.

    539. jason says:

      Of course, I would like for you to vote and Bitterlaw to stop surrendering on wokism”

      I would like Bitter to be honest and say what everyone here has noticed.

      That he surrendered on wokism.

      I admit I am not voting.

    540. Bitterlaw says:

      Are you equating the constitutional right to vote with not drinking soda? So if I have a choice between voting for DeSantis OR drinking water while watching Wicked Tuna instead of the Super Bowl, they have the same impact and value to the country?

    541. Tgca says:

      556

      Yep!

    542. Bitterlaw says:

      And who declares when the boycotts end? Obviously, the All Star game is not moving back to Atlanta this season so I can’t watch baseball at all this year even though Texas Rangers fans have been a free pass to attend games? Seriously. Even though Jason did not know BLM is not on courts anymore, he has not given a dispensation to watch basketball.

    543. Wes says:

      Hmm. I gave up Coke along with all other sodas in 2014. I guess I must be virtue signaling and trying to garner attention by mentioning that fact even though I did it for reasons having exactly nothing to do with Coke’s current wokeism.

    544. Tgca says:

      558

      TG and Jadon will let you know when the boycott ends.

      But no worries, probably not anytime soon so you can continue enjoy being woke.

      Now be a good wokester and feed more revenue to athletes and corporations that otherwise despise everything you “supposedly” represent as a conservative.

      Ka Ching! Ka Ching!

    545. Phil says:

      Bitter lives in the Philly suburbs. Quit expecting him to have views that parallel ours. It is what it is.

    546. Bitterlaw says:

      And Phil thinks watching baseball on tv is unacceptable but going to games only in Texas is ok.

      DeSantis is my first choice in 2024. I drink soda. Both can be true.

    547. Tgca says:

      561

      That’s what I’ve been saying!!!

      Metrosexuality is a biological abnormality.

      Metrosexuals cannot be reasoned with when it comes to being woke.

      They will twist themselves into pretzels trying to explain their “feelings.”

      You’d have better luck sending a gay man to one of those religious retreats to get himself all fixed.

    548. Phil says:

      My problem with you, bitter, isn’t whether or not you sit in your living room and watch woke lectures.

    549. Phil says:

      My problem with you, bitter, isn’t whether or not you sit in your living room and watch woke lectures.

    550. Phil says:

      Double post

    551. Bitterlaw says:

      Your problem with me is that I don’t just retype what you post like lisab does.

    552. jason says:

      Bitter still defending woke culture non-stop.

      Continues to make straw arguments and play victim.

      Attacks Phil, wes, NYC, jason, lisab for stating the obvious.

      In a nutshell.

    553. jason says:

      I am sure Bitter thinks that if he says anything against woke sports his friends and neighbors will think he is a racist.

      This after posting 100 posts that he doesn’t mind being called a racist because he isn’t one.

    554. Bitterlaw says:

      You really don’t know me at all. If I spent so much time with friends and neighbors, how would I post here so often? Do you spend all day talking about not watching sports and not drinking soda with your friends and neighbors? I doubt it.

      I usually work remotely and barely leave my house. I was out from 5-8 because I had a game. Tell me again who I am trying to impress when I don’t see people.

    555. Phil says:

      No, my problem with bitter is he has absolutely no understanding of ramifications. None whatsoever.

    556. Bitterlaw says:

      How about trying this? Leave me out of all your posts about your complaints about others and I will leave you alone for not voting. Accept that I have no impact on culture and I will accept that you think you do. Deal?

    557. jason says:

      I didn’t say you spend a lot of time with friends and neighbors.

      You do spend a lot of time lying about what I say.

      “I am sure Bitter thinks that if he says anything against woke sports his friends and neighbors will think he is a racist.”

      Where does it say anything about “spending a lot of time”?

    558. Phil says:

      Complaints about others? What?

    559. Bitterlaw says:

      Enjoy lisab’s treats, Phil. She is mocking you but you don’t realize it. She voted for Jill Stein. She never voted for Trump but you think she is your ideological soulmate.

    560. jason says:

      No deal.

      You already violated our previous truce multiple times so there is no reason to think you won’t keep doing it.

      There is no free lunch here.

      You want to keep lying about what I said, I am going to call you on it.

      GFY.

    561. Bitterlaw says:

      If I didn’t spend time with friends and neighbors how would I say anything about woke sports? Do you think I am going to call them on the phone? Did the thin mountain air in your childhood cause brain damage?

    562. jason says:

      I have a deal for you.

      Admit you don’t agree with our criticism of woke culture.

      Stop mocking those who don’t agree with woke culture and making up silly straw arguments.

      Stop saying I told you not to watch sports, go to Mass, or drink soda.

      Stop being a hypocrite by surrendering to woke culture while accusing others of surrendering on voting.

      Do that and I am sure that except for lisab, I can’t vouch for her, everyone else will get off your woke case.

    563. jason says:

      If I didn’t spend time with friends and neighbors”

      LOL

      The goal posts moved quickly.

      A minute ago it was:

      “If I spent so much time with friends and neighbors”

      In any case, I think you are afraid of what your friends and neighbors think if you oppose woke culture no matter how much time you spend with them.

    564. Bitterlaw says:

      Fine. I can’t believe a veteran gave up his right to vote and then lectures me about anything. Pathetic. Quitter. You are the Democrats’ best friend. No free lunch. If he runs in 2024, I will vote for DeSantis in the primary and the GE if he gets the nomination. That is an action. How many gestures equal a vote? None. Keep watching Wicked Tuna and thinking you are saving the country.

    565. Bitterlaw says:

      The only thing I fear is spiders.

    566. Phil says:

      Lisa and I don’t agree with anything ideologically, bitter. Nothing and we will never vote alike….but I respect her because, although she is from the left, she is not a Democratic Party hack. That’s exceedingly rare these days. Classical liberal who can see through today’s wokeness, seems to believe in individual rights, and sees the Democratic Party’s power grab for what it is. Most leftists have become totalitarians. She’s not one of them.

    567. Bitterlaw says:

      If I didn’t spend time with friends and neighbors how would I say anything about woke sports?

      Didn’t should be don’t. Of course, you knew that but you thought you were clever.

    568. Bitterlaw says:

      In any case, I think you are afraid of what your friends and neighbors think if you oppose woke culture no matter how much time you spend with them.

      You’re wrong. That puts you in good company with Phil – always certain but rarely right.

    569. Bitterlaw says:

      She’s not one of them.

      Right. She’s one of the good socialists. Got it.

    570. jason says:

      That is an action.”

      Zzzzzz……

      2024 is 4 years away.

      Meanwhile you roll over and die and keep making excuses for Biden’s agenda, woke politicians, woke culture, cancel culture. All normal st-ff that the next election will reverse, no problem. And don’t give the BS that you don’t use the word “normal”, that is clearly your attitude.

      You are the poster boy for surrender and think you have any moral authority to call others quitters.

      Astounding hypocrisy.

      Phil is right. All you want to be is Pelosi’s favorite Republican. What a great ambition.

    571. Bitterlaw says:

      Bitter still defending woke culture non-stop.

      Sill have not found a single post where I defended woke culture so you had to claim that drinking Coke means I endorse woke culture. It couldn’t possibly be because I like the taste and have been drinking it for almost 50 years. right?

    572. jason says:

      Keep watching Wicked Tuna and thinking you are saving the country”

      Keep making excuses for woke sports and pretending there is no woke message in the end zone because the Eagles never get to it.

    573. jason says:

      had to claim that drinking Coke means I endorse woke culture”

      Still repeating the same lie over and over like Robbie Goebbels?

    574. Phil says:

      No, bitter. Pay attention. I said she wasn’t a totalitarian. She recognizes the dangers of totalitarianism inherent in today’s Democrats. Sadly, you are oblivious to those tendencies and the dangers they pose. That part is quite sad..but it makes you useful to the Pelosis and Schumers. You are truly their type of Republican. Head totally in the sand.

    575. jason says:

      “You are the Democrats’ best friend.”

      I would be offended if it didn’t come from Pelosi’s lap dog.

    576. Bitterlaw says:

      Meanwhile you roll over and die and keep making excuses for Biden’s agenda, woke politicians, woke culture, cancel culture. BUT YOU STILL CAN’T FIND A SINGLE POST WHERE I DID THAT. All normal st-ff that the next election will reverse, no problem. And don’t give the BS that you don’t use the word “normal”, that is clearly your attitude. NO. THAT IS YOUR LIE ABOUT ME BECAUSE YOU CAN’T FIND A SINGLE POST WHERE I SAID WHAT YOU CLAIM. BY THE WAY, NEVER SAY “CLEARLY.” IF IT CLEAR THEN YOU DON’T HAVE TO SAY IT. IF IT IS NOT CLEAR, SAYING IT IS CLEAR DOES NOT MAKE IT SO AND ACTUALLY WEAKENS YOUR ARGUMENT.

      You are the poster boy for surrender and think you have any moral authority to call others quitters. YOU QUIT VOTING. HOW MANY ELECTORAL VOTES DOES WICKED TUNA GET?

      Astounding hypocrisy.

      Phil is right. All you want to be is Pelosi’s favorite Republican. What a great ambition. IRONIC COMING FROM SOMEBODY WHO WILL NOT RESIST THE DEMOCRATS’ AGENDA. BUT KEEP TYPING AND TURN OFF YOUR TV. GREAT WINNING STRATEGY – FOR THE DEMOCRATS.

    577. Bitterlaw says:

      I would be offended if it didn’t come from Pelosi’s lap dog.

      If life was fair, and it is not, I would have a working pancreas. I could have served my country. Unfortunately, a quitter like Jason got to serve.

    578. Bitterlaw says:

      Still repeating the same lie over and over like Robbie Goebbels?

      You said I endorse woke culture? How? You keep repeating that lie again and again but never give an example or copy a single post where I said it.

    579. Phil says:

      I like someone like DeSantis and until he shows he’s not who I think he is, I will vote for him. What I won’t do is waste my time voting for bitter type Republicans. I don’t think that’s surrender since they don’t stand for anything. Not a surrender. More like just time management.

    580. Bitterlaw says:

      What I won’t do is waste my time voting for bitter type Republicans.

      Why would DeSantis be my first choice if I was what you pretend I am?

    581. jason says:

      Mr. Woke Surrender is clearly unhinged.

    582. jason says:

      Unfortunately, a quitter like Jason got to serve.”

      Kind of an oxymoron.

    583. Phil says:

      Only thing I can think of that makes sense, bitter, is maybe you haven’t researched him enough. Do some more research on his positions. I think you will find he’s not in tune at all with your blasé attitudes with regard to the border, woke culture etc. Maybe take a look at Nikki. I don’t know.

    584. Bitterlaw says:

      You honorably served your country. Then you quit on it. Both can be true.

      Keep looking for those posts that don’t exist.

      DC

    585. jason says:

      You keep repeating that lie again and again”

      Are you really going to accuse others of lying?

      Write another post about how I told you not to watch sports, go to Mass or drink Coke.

      99 lying posts not enough, why not make it 100.

    586. jason says:

      Phil, Pat All Gun Owners are Criminals Toomey is not running, so maybe Bitter will vote for DeSantis.

    587. Bitterlaw says:

      I have researched his positions. That is why I like him. He takes meaningful actions. I know you can’t grasp the concept that I value meaningful actions more than gestures.

    588. Cash Cow TM says:

      Surprises from CDC deaths stats now out for 2020:
      ################################################

      Number of deaths by all causes from 2015 through 2019 increased by average of @ 35,750 more than preceding yr.
      2015: 2,712,630
      2016: 2,744,248
      2017: 2,813,503
      2018: 2,839,205
      2019: 2,854,838
      2020: 2,890,588 (Total deaths ASSUMING normal average increase WITHOUT COVID due to pop. growth)
      2020: 3,358,814 ACTUAL TOTAL DEATHS per CDC
      #############################################

      COVID deaths for 2020: 345,323.
      *********************************************

      –Suicides LOWEST since 2015 !!!
      Suicide generally inched up a few thousand HIGHER than previous year (normal population growth in U.S.?), but from 2019 to 2020 suicide deaths DROPPED from 47,511 to 44,834 !!!

      –deaths by unintentional injuries averaged 163,200 from 2015-2019 but SPIKED to 192,176 in 2020 !!!
      Almost 20,000 MORE of these deaths than in 2019.!!!

      –Heart disease deaths in previous 5 years rose on avg. 8,000 more than preceding year, but from 2019 to 2020 it was HIGHER by 31,000+ !!! (Yr. 2019: 659,041 to 690,882 in Yr. 2020)

      –Cancer deaths has stayed remarkably steady from 2015-2020 at @ 599,000 (yr. avg.) and actually DROPPED to 598,932 (a drop of about 700 from 2019)

      –Stroke deaths from 2015-2019 inched up about 1,000 to 2,000 higher than preceding year, BUT from 2019 to 2020 JUMPED by 9,000 !!! (150,005 to @159,050)

      –Chronic upper respiratory disease deaths averaged @ 157,300 from 2015-2019. BUT from 2019 to 2020 DROPPED from 156,979 to 151,637.

      –Influenza deaths from 2015-2019 averaged @ 56,000 but from 2019 to 2020 was about 3,000 deaths LOWER than that average.

      –Alzheimer’s deaths from 2016-2019 steady at 121,000-122,000 BUT in 2020 SPIKED to 133,382.
      Nearly 13,000 HIGHER inn 2020 than in 2019.!!!

      –Diabetes deaths from 2015-2019 inched up a couple thousand each year and averaged @ 83,000 over those years, BUT in 2020 SPIKED TO 0ver 100,000 !!!

      Kidney disease fairly stable from 2015-2020. Only a few hundred more than previous year in all cases.
      ****************************************
      No charge for the research.
      No need to thank the Cow.

    589. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzz. You just made it clear that if I did go to Mass I was endorsing a Communist Pope, if I watch sports I am endorsing woke culture and if I drink Coke I also endorse woke culture. That was your intention. There was no other reason for your repeated posts. I explained repeatedly that my actions were independent of all of your false conclusions.

    590. jason says:

      Meanwhile you roll over and die and keep making excuses for Biden’s agenda, woke politicians, woke culture, cancel culture. BUT YOU STILL CAN’T FIND A SINGLE POST WHERE I DID THAT.”

      I can find hundreds.

      “Keep watching Wicked Tuna and thinking you are saving the country”

      You are mocking anyone who doesn’t want to support woke sports.

      Anybody with half a brain will understand that as supporting woke sports.

    591. Bitterlaw says:

      Thanks, Cash Cow. Who knew death figures could be a relief from the current discussion?

    592. jason says:

      You just made it clear that if I did go to Mass I was endorsing a Communist Pope, if I watch sports I am endorsing woke culture and if I drink Coke I also endorse woke culture”

      All lies.

      I never said or implied any such thing.

      But you know that.

      You just keep repeating the same lie because you have no other argument.

    593. lisab says:

      Mr. Woke Surrender is clearly unhinged.
      ———————–

      that’s what i have been saying 🙂

    594. jason says:

      Why don’t you repeat the lie that I am “anti-Catholic” too?

      You are on a lying roll.

    595. Bitterlaw says:

      I can find hundreds but won’t produce a single one.

      I fixed it for you.

      Anybody with half a brain could distinguish watching sports DESPITE any political message from watching sports BECAUSE of a political message or to SUPPORT a political message.

    596. Bitterlaw says:

      Mrs. Tom Joad checks in. She should be happy to know that Phil thinks she is a good kind of socialists despite voting for Jill Stein – somebody even more core leftist than the Democrats and that’s almost impossible to do outside of North Korea.

      608. You implied all of it.

    597. Bitterlaw says:

      Hard core leftist.

    598. jason says:

      Bitter, why is it pretty unanimous here that you support woke culture?

      Have you thought that it might be what you post?

      Or do you think everyone who has called you on it just decided to attack you for no reason?

    599. jason says:

      608. You implied all of it.”

      More lies. But at least you admit you lied, and that I never said any of that.

      Implied is a lie too. But baby steps, baby steps.

    600. jason says:

      Anybody with half a brain could distinguish watching sports DESPITE any political message from watching sports BECAUSE of a political message or to SUPPORT a political message.”

      Has anyone here said you watch woke sports BECAUSE of a political message or to SUPPORT a political message?

      No? So just more lies.

    601. jason says:

      “Once you are infected with wokeness, it basically takes over the host and destroys the organization.”

      Maybe we are being too hard on Bitter.

      This could have happened to him and its not really his fault.

      You can’t be harsh on people with an infection.

    602. Bitterlaw says:

      You claim I support woke culture but deny that you are saying I do it to support a political message. You make no sense. Why would you say I support woke sports if you did not believe I support the “woke” part?

      People attacked me because I did not immediately agree with their chosen gestures. I should have just retyped what they posted and pretended to agree with it while privately laughing at them like lisab does.

    603. Bitterlaw says:

      So now Jason does not believe I support woke sports or cancel culture because of a political message or to support a political message.

      Baby steps.

    604. lisab says:

      So now Jason does not believe I support woke sports or cancel culture because of a political message or to support a political message.
      ———————–

      no, i think they believe that if coke’s new slogan was “white lives matter”, you would be very vocal about it being unnecessarily provocative

      and would not drink coke any longer, at least not in public

    605. lisab says:

      so a natural question is,

      knowing that many of your constituents — the deplorables — will take offense to coke or the nba or whomever calling them racists

      will you still think it doesn’t matter?

    606. lisab says:

      however, i think you are completely unsuitable as a potential congressman regardless

    607. Bitterlaw says:

      I think you are a devious liar who pretends to believe whatever the majority of posters believe to curry favor and applause while laughing at them. You admit that you never speak your alleged ideas to fellow teachers because your ideas would not be appreciated. So you lie to them, too, with your silent complicity. I also question your fitness to teach any student with mental health issues.y

    608. Bitterlaw says:

      You have already told us that you never share your alleged true beliefs with teachers and sit silently complicit when they bash conservatives. You want us to believe that you are telling us what you really believe in your posts here. This just proves that you tailor your message to whomever you are with so there is no credibility to anything you say. You just retype what others say at HHR to get cheap applause while currying favor and privately laughing at them.

      I also question your fitness to teach students with mental illness. You are a petty, vindictive person.

    609. Bitterlaw says:

      I did not think 623 went through so I wrote 624. I stand by both of them.

    610. Bitterlaw says:

      As a petty, vindictive person, I am an expert in describing lisab.

    611. jason says:

      So now Jason does not believe I support woke sports or cancel culture because of a political message or to support a political message.”

      Awwww, still playing the victim role?

      I never said you supported the message.

      I repeatedly called you on the lie that I am somehow associating you with BLM or communism.

      I said you are Mr. Surrender on woke culture.=

      At the top of thread.

      “…I am accusing you of being BLM or Antifa because I am critical of your wokiness?

      Zzzzz……”

    612. jason says:

      I already said why I think you support woke culture.

      You are afraid of being thought a neanderthal or racist by your woke friends and neighbors.

      But there could be other reasons. Maybe you are “looking at it from all angles”.

    613. jason says:

      People attacked me because I did not immediately agree with their chosen gestures.”

      More lies.

      People attacked you for supporting woke culture.

      And as we can see, nobody believes your denials.

      So maybe we can move on.

      Or you can continue to play victim and claim I told you not to watch football, go to Mass, or drink Coke. And once called on the lie, say that i implied it. Lie upon lie upon lie.

      Your choice.

    614. jason says:

      Only a small minority of woke culture supporters are BLM or communists.

      The majority are people like Bitter who have been cowed into accepting woke culture because it is not socially acceptable to do otherwise.

      Do I think the MLB commissioner is a communist? No. Do I think he was pressured into moving the game out of GA and was afraid he would be attacked relentlessly by the MSM and woke players and woke friends and neighbors? Yes.

    615. Phil says:

      – No, I think they believe if Coke’s new slogan was white lives matter you would be very vocal about it being overly provocative –

      Most certainly, which is fine except your silence on their wokeness as well silence regarding the constant preaching from the sports leagues speaks volumes.

    616. Phil says:

      Virtue signaling – it’s the Philly suburban way. It says everybody look at me. I’m not a racist.

    617. jason says:

      Poor Biden.

      He will never be woke enough for AOC.

      “AOC calling the housing facilities that are now being used by Biden “concentration camps”

    618. Phil says:

      Supreme Court lifts restrictions on in home bible meetings by a 5-4 vote. Once again Roberts votes with the liberals and shows what an authoritarian coward he is.

    619. Phil says:

      Yes, concentration camps. Send them to Delaware and Montgomery Counties and let the Wokies put them up in spare bedrooms. House em, educate them, give them healthcare on the taxpayer dime…do everything but stop the border leak. Lol

    620. jason says:

      Maybe Bitter is learning straddling from Roberts.

      Roberts didn’t join in the dissent the liberals wrote.

      He merely voted to deny the application without comment.

    621. Bitterlaw says:

      Where and how do you think I would do this virtue signaling? Do you think the people I know read HHR?

    622. jason says:

      Roberts actually voted to deny prayer meetings in private homes to “more than 3 households”.

      Hard to fathom. I guess he looked at it from all angles.

    623. jason says:

      Pat Let’s Demonize Legal Gun Owners Toomey hardest hit:

      “Liberals in the City of Brotherly Love are already taking up her remarks as a signal to push for more gun control laws. That’s a completely false conflation of the statistics, of course. The vast majority of gun crimes in Philadelphia and across the rest of the nation are committed using illegal handguns. The buyers of these weapons, frequently gang members, obtain their guns on the black market or through strawman purchases. They do not submit to background checks or follow mandatory gun storage or carrying restrictions. Why? Because they are criminals.”

    624. Phil says:

      Roberts. The great straddler. No balls whatsoever.

    625. jason says:

      Justice Kagan, dissenting: “The law
      does not require that the state equally treat apples and watermelons.”

      Translation: BLM riots are ok. Prayer meetings are not.

      Scary.

    626. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason says he does not believe I support the message of woke culture but then says I surrendered to it – which would be the same as supporting it. Maybe I should learn Quechua. It might make his thoughts make more sense.

    627. Phil says:

      Would love to see Roberts’ position on court packing. Of course, we will never hear it. It’s a position he can’t straddle – so crickets.

    628. jason says:

      I have consistently defended Roberts here despite votes I disagreed with.

      But this is really a scary decision.

      As the majority points out in the decision, California does not have a “3 household limit” for dozens of secular activities, which is the reason Kagan came up with the apples and watermelons analogy to justify treating religious activities differently.

      She also claims people in private social settings tend “to engage in longer conversations” as opposed to secular activities like hair salons.

      I guess she doesn’t do her hair in a hair salon….

    629. Tgca says:

      OMG! You people are LOSAHS!

      Who spends hours on the internet arguing back and forth on a Friday night or any night?

      You won’t EVAH catch me doing that!

      No sireeeee!

      Not me!

      Uh-uh!

      You should spend your time doing meaningful things that matter in life.

      I spent the night watching campy Mae West and amusing Harold Lloyd videos on YouTube and rubbing my pooch’s ears as she hogged the recliner chair.

      Now that’s living I tell ya!

    630. jason says:

      ason says he does not believe I support the message of woke culture but then says I surrendered to it”

      Exactly. I never said you support every woke culture message, in fact I think you don’t.

      I said you surrendered to woke culture and are afraid to oppose it. It doesn’t make you a communist or BLM, it just makes you woke.

      There is no conflict there.

    631. Phil says:

      Hell, I’m just glad W’s pick of Harriet Miers went down in flames. Imagine her on the Court instead of Alito.

    632. jason says:

      Harold LLoyd is great. You like Buster Keaton?

    633. Bitterlaw says:

      Calling me a racist would actually improve my chances in an election because it would prove my opponent takes me seriously as a threat and has no substantive criticism of me or my positions.

    634. Bitterlaw says:

      I’m woke but I am not? Do you have a third language you can use? English does not serve your purpose.

    635. Bitterlaw says:

      Oppose it? With gestures? Let me research my soda options and get back to you.i

    636. jason says:

      I’m woke but I am not?”

      You support woke culture. You mock those that don’t.

      Should be clear enough.

    637. jason says:

      “gestures”

      Translation: opposing woke culture is a “gesture”.

    638. jason says:

      I guess Mr. Woke Surrender will continue to lie, lie, and lie.

      I don’t mind. I have called liars on their lies here for years.

    639. Bitterlaw says:

      Gestures equal not drinking soda or watching games. I do not agree that such things will bring about the changes you seek.

    640. jason says:

      a threat and has no substantive criticism of me or my positions”

      Difficult target. So many positions on each position. That will confuse her.

    641. jason says:

      I am prescient.

      I just predicted Bitter would lie again in 3, 2, 1 and say I told him not to drink soda or watch games.

      Robbie Goebbels would be proud.

    642. Bitterlaw says:

      If I only had the power Jason claims I possess.

    643. jason says:

      Woke culture is winning.

      Stop whining, you are on the winning side.

    644. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason continues his dodge by saying he never told me to not drink soda or watch games BUT continually derides and condemns me for those actions and says they make me woke. Why he won’t just say what he means and tell me to not do those things? I would expect better from an A-hole.

      I’m still waiting for him to call Texas Rangers fans who attended games woke.

    645. Bitterlaw says:

      How could I be winning when you say I don’t support it? By your own admission, I do not support the ideas of woke culture.

    646. Phil says:

      You’re fine with it.

    647. Tgca says:

      648. Jadon

      I used to watch a lot of silent film back in my younger days.

      Lloyd is my fav of all the comediennes. Buster is fine and Chaplin is good but it depends on the film. Though I do think the Great Dictator was a funny movie for its time mocking Hitler.

      Lloyd always made me laugh more because he was not a gimmicky character like the Tramp, at least when he starting going main stream. He played ordinary blokes caught up in everyday conundrums.

      I also like Mae West because she was so over the top campy with her double entendres who made herself a caricature and did not take herself seriously, as if a 40+ year-old chubby, bleached blonde woman was really the desire of most men…ha!…and she did this through her 80s so you got to give her credit. She also wrote her own material and was really a self-made successful woman who competed in a male-dominated industry at the time.

      Check out this absurd duet with Rock Hudson in 1957 when she was in her 60s when most women her age at that time were frumpy grandmas.

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

    648. Tgca says:

      649

      You really believe them calling you a racist means they take you seriously? As a threat?

      No! It’s just the standard phrase they use against old white men to mock and label anyone that does not support them.

      If they called you a rapist or pedophile would you also think that’s a good thing for your campaign?

      It’s doubtful that folks will be flocking to your campaign because you’ve been mocked.

      It’s like when Grandpa Munster ran for Governor. People find it amusing not something they take seriously.

      In other words, they define you as a looney non-serious candidate that no one will pay attention to but somehow you don’t get that.

    649. Bitterlaw says:

      I am not fine with it but giving up soda will not stop it.

      Where is Phil’s sneering contempt for Jason. Jason is “fine” with Democrats controlling everything because he won’t vote. There is at least hope for Phil. It must be devastating to him to know we both support DeSantis.

    650. Bitterlaw says:

      If a man called me a pedophile I would punch them in the face. That would probably get me more votes. If a woman did it, I would refer them to speak with hundreds of my players.

    651. jason says:

      BUT continually derides and condemns me for those actions and says they make me woke”

      LOL, how is that for delusional?

      More lies.

      You are the one that mocks and derides those that don’t want to support woke sports and culture.

      I never “condemned” you for anything. You are the one condemning what you stupidly call “gestures”. You can’t accept that anybody would not want to support woke culture.

      Let’s review what I really said as you delve deeper into your cesspool of lives.

      “On the other hand, I have never suggested you should not watch woke sports. I have repeatedly stated that if you are comfortable with woke sports and can stomach the messaging and you want to watch, you should. If you don’t think that if enough people cease to watch it would change the league’s outlook, fine. If you don’t mind being labeled a racist because you aren’t one, fine. If you never saw woke messages in the end zone because the Eagles don’t score TDs, fine. Those are all statements you have made here, if you don’t like them repeated, too bad. If you don’t like being pointed out that you have surrendered to woke culture, too bad.”

    652. Bitterlaw says:

      This has been a valuable lesson. When the gestures crowd started making plans thinking they could change things, I should have just said nothing. But that would not have been enough for the snipers.

    653. jason says:

      Huh, cesspool of lies.

    654. jason says:

      “Snipers”

      Translation: if you are not accepting of woke culture, you are a “sniper”.

      I love it here.

    655. Bitterlaw says:

      667 just condemned me again. Jason should find and sue whomever taught him English for negligence.

    656. Tgca says:

      666

      What would you do when the guy blocked your punched and knocked you to the ground and beat your ass in front of everyone and showed them what a real p*ssy you really are?

      Break into tears and ask for a Coke?

      You think that would get you more votes?

      You think conservative voters care to speak to a bunch of spoiled privileged white Uber liberal metrosexuals you coached?

      I see you really have difficulty understanding what TRUE conservative voters want from a candidate.

    657. jason says:

      Jason is “fine” with Democrats controlling everything because he won’t vote.”

      Zzzzz……

      Mr. Woke Surrender, whose mission in life is to be Pelosi’s favorite Republican, wants to talk about me being “fine” with the Dem’s agenda.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      When you want to man up and stop straddling every issue, you can criticize me for not voting. As Pelosi’s and Pat Toomey’s lapdog, GFY.

    658. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason says I do not accept the beliefs of woke culture but then says I surrendered to it. Which is a contradiction.

      Ok. Tell me what you honestly believe will end woke culture. Practical things to achieve the goal.

    659. jason says:

      667 just condemned me again”

      Where? This should be good.

    660. Tgca says:

      674

      Contradiction?

      No! It’s called cowardice!

      Someone who claims they stand against wokeness but refuses to stand up to wokeness and yet indulges in wokeness to fit in with their metrosexual family, friends, and neighbors.

    661. Bitterlaw says:

      215

      Jason calls me Me. Woke Surrender and Pelosi’s and Toomey’s lap dog but he is not condemning me. LOL
      901

      2041

    662. Bitterlaw says:

      What do you do to stand up, Tgclown? You gave up soda years ago and never watched sports anyway. That would be like me claiming I gave up coffee and eating salad if those were deemed opposition to woke culture.

    663. Bitterlaw says:

      I like the smell of coffee but never drink it. I tried it once and hated it. That’s why soda is my breakfast.

    664. jason says:

      Jason says I do not accept the beliefs of woke culture but then says I surrendered to it. Which is a contradiction.”

      BS. I said you are accepting of woke culture, not that you believe in every message.

      No contradiction whatsoever.

    665. Tgca says:

      Oh Bitter”s soon to be mentor and favorite Senator Mitt Romney upset by the actions of his uber liberal friends.

      He aligns with BLM and conservative bashers and then CLAIMS this action upsets him.

      I guess he had NO IDEA where his support would end up.

      This remind anyone of a certain other woke sympathizer here at HHR?

      https://www.newsmax.com/politics/filibuster-court-packing-partisan-power-grab/2021/04/09/id/1017056/

    666. jason says:

      Jason calls me Me. Woke Surrender and Pelosi’s and Toomey’s lap dog but he is not condemning me. LOL”

      Zzzzzz…..

      Moving goalposts again?

      I never condemned you for watching sports, going to Mass, and drinking soda.

      Your lying is reaching monumental levels, you need to slow down.

    667. jason says:

      667 just condemned me again”

      Where? This should be good.”

      Still waiting.

    668. Tgca says:

      678

      If there is a choice, I don’t use the services of those that insult me or mock me for my beliefs.

      Unlike you, an Uncle Tom to the woke cause because you lack the courage to change or make sacrifices.

      Where I come from we call that selfish.

    669. jason says:

      Ok. Tell me what you honestly believe will end woke culture. Practical things to achieve the goal.”

      I am pessimistic. I think there are too many people like you who should know better that are ok with it.

      The radicals and the MSM are setting the agenda. People like the NFL, NBA and MLB commissioners are afraid to thwart them. Like you, they are not communists or BLM supporters, they are just useful idiots.

      If more people rebelled against it it could be slowed, but like creeping socialism it won’t be stopped.

      You are on the winning side.

    670. jason says:

      In your specific case, a good would start would be to stop mocking those who don’t want to support woke culture, even if you can’t bring yourself to oppose it yourself.

      You could campaign against it when you run for office.

      But I am sure you won’t, you will be too scared of offending the woke crowd and the MSM.

    671. Wes says:

      In a few days, the House will take up a bill on slavery reparations. Biden and the Democrats are absolutely determined to possibly off as many voters as possible:

      https://www.hrw.org/news/2021/04/09/us-congress-advances-slavery-reparations-bill

    672. Bitterlaw says:

      I will campaign against it because that is an action. If I was afraid of offending people I would not have run for Congress in Philadelphia or School Board or Commissioner as a conservative.

      Since considering boycotts are ineffective is deemed mocking, I will cater to your sensibilities and be silent in regard to them.

      If Coke or MLB change their stances or issue statements that they are changing their positions in response to public pressure, I will admit I was wrong. Of course, if they do not I know that nobody here will admit the boycotts did not work.

    673. Bitterlaw says:

      According to you, where you come from some people make children dance in bars to raise beer money for adults. Not exactly the kind of place where I take my instructions on personal conduct.

    674. Bitterlaw says:

      Any recommendations on a new lawnmower? My Torro 22 inch blade gas powered push mower died and the handle broke off. I could just buy the same model but curious about recommendations. I know I can’t buy an electric one or HHR will condemn me.

    675. Phil says:

      By all means. Let’s get the reparations bill to the House floor. That way, the wokies can accuse those of us opposing this trash racists and deplorables. Run on it, bitter. It will be a smash hit in your Philly suburban district.

    676. Phil says:

      I own one of those. Would buy again.

    677. Tgca says:

      689

      I never said that was the norm where I grew up. It was the behavior of an alcoholic losah parent, which you clearly know a lot about from your past posts about your worthless drunk mom, so we have much in common there, regarding awful drunken parents in the great Sewer State of NJ.

      But you do seem to take instructions on personal conduct from the woke culture.

      “Shut up racist white boy and buy our products!”

    678. Tgca says:

      I have an Ego electric mower and it works fine without having to store gasoline or suck in fumes while mowing.

      Reminds me of a transformer with the design and the way it lights up and folds up for easy storage so one can look real cool mowing with a transformer like gadget.

      Only lasts about 20 min running on full speed but I have extra batteries. I did my own lawn in NJ but it sits in my Florida room down here in Florida since I pay for lawn service at my house.

      https://www.sohars.com/ego-lm2100sp-21-56v-battery-powered-walk-behind-self-propelled-lawn-mower-battery-charger-not-included/

    679. Bitterlaw says:

      GFY, Phil. I have posted my opposition to reparations as long as I have been here.

    680. jason says:

      Phil, Bitter will look at all angles of the reparations issue before straddling it.

    681. jason says:

      f Coke or MLB change their stances or issue statements that they are changing their positions in response to public pressure, I will admit I was wrong.”

      Ah yes,ratings and sales don’t matter canard.

      The reason public pressure won’t work is because there isn’t enough of it.

      And the reason there is not enough of it is because of people like you who are ok with it.

      All that argument says is that you think there are more woke people than not. You love being in the “majority”, that is why you have to see which way the wind is blowing all the time.

      I don’t disagree, entirely possible that people like you are the majority.

      Enjoy it.

    682. jason says:

      Off to watch golf.

      Look forward to seeing how many lies Bitter posts about something I never said when I get back.

    683. lisab says:

      they define you as a looney non-serious candidate that no one will pay attention to but somehow you don’t get that.
      —————————-

      we prefer the term

      “non-serious candidate, with mental health issues, that no one will pay attention to”

      rather than “looney”

    684. lisab says:

      which you clearly know a lot about from your past posts about your worthless drunk mom
      ——————————————

      yes, he likes to attack people when he cannot answer your point

      but no need to bring up his mom

    685. Bitterlaw says:

      There is no straddling on reparations. I am against them completely.

      Jason admits that I am against woke culture and do not support it but then claims I support it. Jason is a man at war with himself. If I loved being in the majority, why would I still post here? I could just take the lisab approach and retype all of your posts while laughing at you.

      I feel sorry for lisab’s students. The good news for them is that her husband will tell her to quit soon and get in the car to drive to his next job. Good luck to her next students with her sensitive attitude towards mental health.

    686. Tgca says:

      Being against something is different than doing something about something your against.

    687. Tgca says:

      Ok. I must have slept the wrong way last night and twisted myself all up because my right trapezius, deltoid, splenius capitis and cervicis have all been aching today whenever I move or cough.

      I’ve been drinking plenty of agua so I’m fully hydrated too.

      Where’s Wes when I need him?

    688. Tgca says:

      Since my grandmother was born in England and came to the US as an infant and her mother was born and bred in England, I only feel it is respectful that I attend the royal funeral of Prince Philip, a heroic, honorable and loyal man to to England and the queen.

      I want to show my respect for the English/Scottish heritage so I have to dress appropriately mournful so here goes.

      https://www.pinterest.com/pin/387872586646712832/

    689. lisab says:

      tgca,

      you forgot to mention if it comes with a sweater?

    690. Tgca says:

      I have traced my US heritage as far back as 1709 in NJ, at least the white trash part of my family that is.

      I’m wondering if I may be of some royal heritage and entitled to some Royalty Reparations.

      I may entitled to an official royal title too…like Duke TG of NJ or Lord Homo of the ghetto or the Earl of HHR.

      Hmmm…

    691. Bitterlaw says:

      I may entitled to an official royal title too…like Duke TG of NJ or Lord Homo of the ghetto or the Earl of HHR.

      How about Royal Pain in the Ass?

    692. Tgca says:

      708

      That works!

      I heard that often as a youngster so there may be some truth that I am of royal stock.

      Cool!

    693. jason says:

      Look forward to seeing how many lies Bitter posts about something I never said when I get back.”

      Hmmm, let’s see.

      1) Jason admits that I am against woke culture and do not support it.

      Huh, no. Lie.

    694. Bitterlaw says:

      You admitted I do not support woke beliefs. Therefore, I don’t support it. Maybe Tgca is right. How much bacon did you have today?

    695. Tgca says:

      711

      I had 2 slices of tofu bacon. A half cup of scrambled egg whites with spinach. About 2 oz serving of mixed blueberries, strawberries, and pineapple, and a 3.5 oz serving of organic French vanilla pudding and a bottle of alkaline water with 9.5 ph.

      Yummee!

      TG starts Sunday off right with a mountain man breakfast.

    696. Wes says:

      No wonder Tg is only 115 lbs. Anyone would have to purge after that slop.

    697. Bitterlaw says:

      I have an extra Ladies Small Jersey for Tgca.

    698. jason says:

      TG starts Sunday off right with a mountain man breakfast.”

      Zzzzz…you had a fru fru wimp sissy breakfast.

      I had 6 slices of real slab bacon, two thick slices of scrapple, a slice of country ham, 2 Amish eggs and some biscuits made with real lard.

      That prepares me for the Master’s and for Bitter’s lies.

    699. jason says:

      You admitted I do not support woke beliefs.”

      Sorry, no moving of goal posts.

      I said you support woke CULTURE.

      GFY and stop lying.

    700. jason says:

      As I stated above most people who are ok with woke culture are not BLM or Antifa. Most are weak and spineless useful idiots that are afraid to go against the MSM driven narrative.

      But in my view, woke culture is more dangerous than BLM or Antifa. It is a pervasive cancer with the objective of cancelling our culture and history.

      And it is winning. Like I said, Bitter should be happy to be on the winning side.

    701. Phil says:

      Bitter is fine with woke culture…and absolutely should be thrilled with the trend in this country. His type of Republican is why I won’t waste my time going to the polls to support milk toast Republicans. They don’t stand for anything and are happy to go along with their leftist masters. Blase’ Republicans I call them.

    702. Phil says:

      John Boehner calls Ted Cruz and Jim Jordan “political terrorists”

      And this guy was the Republican Speaker of the House? Lol

      If this doesn’t tell you how worthless the Republican Party is I don’t know what the hell does.

    703. jason says:

      Yep, Boehner forgets HE was a political terrorist when he speaaker according to the Dems.

      But you are right, it certainly doesn’t make you want to support the R party, does it?

    704. Bitterlaw says:

      Beliefs=culture. Since I don’t support woke beliefs I don’t support woke culture. I thought you had to speak English when you took your citizenship test.

      Phil – Why would I support DeSantis as my first choice if I was the type of Republican you claim that I am?

    705. jason says:

      Mayor Butt claims interstates are racist.

      “[I]f you’re in Washington, I’m told that the history of that highway is one that was built at the expense of communities of color in the D.C. area. There are stories, and I think Philadelphia and Pittsburgh [and] in New York, Robert Moses famously saw through the construction of a lot of highways.”

      Normal.

      Bitter to whine that it is directed at him and he didn’t call it normal in 3, 2, 1.

    706. jason says:

      Beliefs=culture’

      Zzzzz… so everyone who supports woke culture is BLM or Antifa?

      And no, it is not the same. Nobody ever called you a communist or Antifa, your straw arguments.

      Lots of people here think you support woke culture.

      Beliefs are part of what constitutes a culture. But not everyone who supports woke culture have the same beliefs.

    707. jason says:

      Does anyone think DeSantis would support Bitter for congress?

    708. Tgca says:

      Metrosexuals support being woke whether they agree with woke culture or not.

      It’s in their DNA.

      Useless to argue with them.

      You can no more change the way a metrosexual feels than you can make a cat bark.

    709. Tgca says:

      Oh…and hours later after my mountain man breakfast and still going strong.

    710. jason says:

      Breakfast?

      I just polished off 3 thick smoked pork chops with some sauerkraut with bacon bits fried in bacon fat and a loaded baked potato washed down with some nice Troeg’s Perpetual IPAs.

    711. jason says:

      I am thinking of converting some left over roast beef and baked potatoes into a roast beef hash for dinner, unless anyone has a better idea.

    712. Bitterlaw says:

      While you are looking for the posts that don’t exist of me saying I support cancel culture, you will find thousand of my conservative posts.

      Did you condemn Texas Rangers fans for being woke yet?

    713. Bitterlaw says:

      Damn. If I had just posted I agree with Jason and Phil but done what I wanted to do anyway I would still be loved. Of course, lisab is laughing at them while retyping their posts so who knows?

    714. Bitterlaw says:

      Does anyone think DeSantis would support Bitter for congress?

      Why not? 35 years of voting straight R. Lifelong conservative. Campaigned on conservative platform in every election. 16+ years of conservative posts at HHR.

      It is ironic that Jason claims that he does not believe in litmus tests for office but has plenty for me.

    715. Bitterlaw says:

      Just a few weeks ago people were impressed with me for fighting Corey and schooling him on voter fraud in Philadelphia in the 2020 election.

      My phone number is up there if anybody wants to discuss all of this. My softball game was rained out so I am pissed anyway.

    716. jason says:

      It is ironic that Jason claims that he does not believe in litmus tests for office but has plenty for me.”

      Still lying?

      I have encouraged you to run, said I would support your candidacy financially, and offered to help your campaign (revoked later due to lack of interest).

      Where is the litmus test exactly?

      The fact that I don’t think you have the right approach and that you accept woke culture is not a litmus test. It is my view.

    717. jason says:

      Forgot to mention that I defended your qualifications here against lisab’s claims you were not qualified.

      Heck of a “litmus test”.

    718. Bitterlaw says:

      I do not accept woke culture. I do not think that me not watching games or drinking soda will have any impact or change it. You disagree and think it would have an impact.

      More lies. You had a hissy fit when I said I wanted your help but I want to also provide input since I know the voters here better than you do. I repeatedly again asked for help and you said no.

    719. jason says:

      but I want to also provide input ”

      LOL.

      No kidding, did anyone suggest you shouldn’t have input in your own campaign?

      The reason I gave up on offering to help was you mocked everything I suggested and said I was trying to make you into a candidate from Alabama.

      That told me you don’t want help and that you don’t want to think outside the box, basically you already decided you are not running to win.

      Fine with me, I was violating my pledge not to be involved in any political activity anymore.

    720. Bitterlaw says:

      Can’t we get some other fight for Wes’ entertainment? Maybe Tgca and lisab arguing about gay men.

    721. jason says:

      ‘since I know the voters here better than you do”

      Fact not in evidence.

      And that is one of the problems. You think you “know” the voters and what they want more than anyone else.

      But I very much doubt it. You have an inbred view, but living in a district and having the ‘political pulse” of it are two different animals.

      Your challenge is that if you do everything normal, say the normal things, target the normal voters, run a normal campaign you will at most get what Rs get in the district, at best 40%.

      Go ahead and say that means I want you to run like you are from a Louisiana bayou in 3, 2, 1.

    722. jason says:

      wes will have to find other entertainment.

      I will be watching the Masters.

    723. Bitterlaw says:

      Which is why I could use your help.

      I am helping my daughter with her game of assassin. One of my friends called and asked for our address because his daughter and another girl need to drop something off for my daughter. My daughter and the Senior have no classes together. I will answer the door and bore them with my “hey, Congratulations on going to X next year to play lacrosse” while my daughter shoots them with her water gun.

    724. Tgca says:

      738

      I don’t debate LisaB on gay men, that is not my area of EXPERTise. She is the Expert on all matters gay.

      I can definitely debate others here on Today’s Metrosexual Man, as I have done extensive study on that matter.

      If we wish to loop Wes in, we can discuss how GWB paved the way for the future success of the Republican Party and brought back decency to the White House, and how history will show GWB was one of the Top 5 Greatest US Presidents.

      We can also loop Phil in with why Texas will be the next Silicon Valley and attract droves from CA, NY, and NJ.

    725. Tgca says:

      740

      Watching the Masters?

      Is that like watching the EXPERTS?

      I think I’m being stalked by lesbians. They keep stopping and taking pictures of my house. I have a large window living room facing the street but it has no coverings so I can see all that pass by.

      I know how to scare them away though. Just run outside naked. That’ll gross them lesbians out…pun intended.

    726. Tgca says:

      Jadon and Bitter have been fighting back and forth since April 4th. Only 8 days I see.

      Some interesting stats on the 740+ posts below.

      By far, “Bitter” is the most popular reference.

      Bitter – 415
      Jason/Jadon – 345
      Woke – 291
      TG – 180
      Phil – 118
      Wes – 85
      LisaB – 81
      NYC – 70
      Lies/lying – 56
      Normal- 43
      Coke – 33
      MLB – 30
      GFY – 16
      Winning – 16
      Fail/Failure- 13
      Immoral – 0

      If an alien with no knowledge of the English language were to pick up this thread and try to decipher as a cryptogram, I wonder what they would conclude was the message.

      Hmmm..

    727. Tgca says:

      The Communist Pope is calling for Global Governance.

      Does Bitter support this?

      “There remains an urgent need for a global plan that can create new or regenerate existing institutions, particularly those of global governance, and help to build a new network of international relations for advancing the integral human development of all peoples.”

      https://thenationalpulse.com/breaking/pope-francis-calls-for-global-governance-and-vaccines-for-all/

    728. Tgca says:

      744

      Should be amended to include:

      Communist -19
      Pope – 12

      We regret this error.

    729. Bitterlaw says:

      745 No. I do not support it.

      Jason to say I support it in 3…2…1…

    730. jason says:

      This is good reading for Bitter.

      I know he doesn’t worry about any of this, it is all normal, but he should.

      And he should run against it, not accept it.

      https://redstate.com/mike_miller/2021/04/11/victor-davis-hanson-10-radical-rules-for-post-america-most-americans-now-publicly-accept-n358919

    731. jason says:

      Jason to say I support it in 3…2…1…”

      You think the Pope is only relevant on religious issues, which is sticking your head in sand. Ignoring how he is used as a tool for radical aims by the MSM and others that actually hate the Catholic church is extremely naive.

      You think Catholics should just accept the Communist Pope’s Marxist exhortations because “he is not elected”.

      So I will be generous. You don’t support a Communist Pope, you accept it.

    732. Phil says:

      I wouldn’t hold your breath, Jason.

    733. Wes says:

      You know, I normally stay out of the “Bash Bitterlaw” fray, but I’ve noticed one thing about him:

      He’s indifferent–his own word–to leftist pedanticism screeching about racism and the like. He is, however, NOT indifferent to those of us who are thoroughly sick of it and refuse to be a willing audience to liberal caterwauling.

      Those of us who quit watching football because of the attempted BLM indoctrination were “virtue signaling” according to Bitterlaw and giving the players “exactly what they wanted.” Those are his words.

      Notice how he was indifferent when the NFL began lecturing him on the field but not at all indifferent to people who didn’t share his stance of giving the NFL wokesters exactly what they really want–a cowed audience that provides them viewers and ratings to continue to shove a radical agenda down our throats.

      I don’t think Bitter supports this idiocy, but I do think he has warped priorities and is quick to lecture us for taking a stand while he is the one truly engaging in virtue signaling by bragging about how supposedly indifferent he is to the radical attempts at indoctrination he’s enabling.

    734. Bitterlaw says:

      This is good reading for Bitter.

      I know he doesn’t worry about any of this, it is all normal, but he should.

      And he should run against it, not accept it.

      THANK YOU, JASON. I AGREE WITH YOU.

      I wouldn’t hold your breath, Jason.

      ONCE AGAIN. PHIL IS CERTAIN BUT WRONG.

    735. Bitterlaw says:

      You think Catholics should just accept the Communist Pope’s Marxist exhortations because “he is not elected”.

      So I will be generous. You don’t support a Communist Pope, you accept it.

      IT IS AMAZING THAT SOMEBODY WHO GREW UP IN SOUTH AMERICA CAN BE COMPLETELY IGNORANT OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH. I HAVE SAID REPEATEDLY THAT I DISAGREE WITH THE POPE’S POLITICAL STATEMENTS. HOWEVER, THE CHURCH DOES NOT HOLD REFERENDUMS OR RECALL ELECTIONS. THERE IS NO MEANS BY WHICH TO “ACCEPT” OR “REJECT” THE POPE’S POLITICAL STATEMENTS OTHER THAN SAYING I DISAGREE WITH THEM. WHICH I HAVE DONE.

      PERHAPS JASON WILL ENLIGHTEN US ON HOW CATHOLICS SHOULD NOT ACCEPT THE POPE’S POLITICAL STATEMENTS.

    736. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t think Bitter supports this idiocy, but I do think he has warped priorities and is quick to lecture us for taking a stand while he is the one truly engaging in virtue signaling by bragging about how supposedly indifferent he is to the radical attempts at indoctrination he’s enabling.

      WES WANTS TO BE PRAISED FOR “TAKING A STAND.” HMMMMM. SOUNDS LIKE VIRTUE SIGNALLING. OR ANTI-VIRTUE VIRTUE SIGNALLING.

    737. Bitterlaw says:

      How about this – I don’t accept the Pope’s political statements. This has exactly the same meaning as my repeated statements that I do not agree with the Pope’s political statements but jason has trouble with his third language.

    738. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.forbes.com/sites/andyfrye/2020/07/14/which-top-pga-tour-golfers-did-and-didnt-post-about-black-lives-matter/?sh=4fb56f5b4174

      I am sure that jason was just too busy extolling the virtues of how the PGA is not filled with privileged millionaires supporting BLM that he missed this article. He probably did not notice that a PGA tour event had several days with moments of silence at 8:46 am to note the 8:46 shown of the video of George Floyd on the ground.

    739. Phil says:

      Phil is certain but wrong.

      This is from the guy who tells us the Senate to “man up and vote” and for the rest of us not to worry about the illegals crashing the border because in only 40 or 50 years they will be voting like the Irish.

      Love this place,

    740. Phil says:

      I must have missed the PGA having BLM painted on the 18th green.

    741. Wes says:

      Here’s the thing, Bitter.

      I never asked for praise or said I wanted any. You’re attributing to me something I’ve never indicated I wished for.

      You virtue signal about how indifferent you are to what the NFL has been doing but then verbally assault me because I choose not to do what you do.

      You could easily say I’m free to do as I choose and leave it at that. Instead, you lecture me because supposedly I’m giving the players “what they want” and asking to be praised because I’m sick of being preached to.

      That opens you up to criticism. How you don’t see that I have no clue.

    742. Bitterlaw says:

      At least Phil did not disagree that he was wrong. Again.

    743. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes – You wanted everybody to know you were not watching the NFL and expected everybody to agree with you. I disagreed that it was an effective strategy. I guess I should have stayed silent.

    744. Phil says:

      Someone who spews moronic utterances like illegals will be voting like the Irish and the filibuster must be abolished has a real grasp on reality, eh bitter?

    745. Bitterlaw says:

      I admire all of you for thinking you not watching the NFL will change things. Is the boycott entering its 5th year in September?

    746. Tgca says:

      764

      The metrosexual will NEVER admit he is woke.

      It’s just not in his DNA.

      Why try?

      BLM and Antifa could call for the assassinations of all White people and Bitter would still watch their supporters on TV.

      He’d argue away he’s not supporting their politics no matter how reprehensible they are, he’s just watching a game.

    747. Phil says:

      Everything is normal.

      Just watch the game and listen to the lectures you deplorables.

    748. Bitterlaw says:

      Somebody who does not admit I changed my post on the filibuster within a day is a sad little man.

      Hey, certain but wrong Phil – Should we just do DNA tests to tabulate votes? According to your theory, the only people at HHR who should vote Republican are you and Wes. Certainly not me, Jason, or Tgca.

    749. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgclown must have missed all of my posts during the Summer when I said the violent protests should have been put down with overwhelming force.

      Phil – Still pretending that deplorables did not buy more than 100,000 tickets to attend Texas Rangers games? Sorry they let you down.

    750. Bitterlaw says:

      Watching Naked & Afraid. One of the contestants has eyeglasses. Seems like cheating.

    751. Phil says:

      Unfortunately, bitter, your position on the filibuster was either because you were just blase’ about Schumer’s radical Senate agenda or just too clueless to see the ramifications of your position. Frankly, I don’t know which was worse…but in either case you lost all credibility.

    752. Phil says:

      Robbie, hasn’t been around since Biden was inaugurated. Fortunately, bitter has been here to take up his slack.

    753. Cash Cow TM says:

      All the senseless Bitter bashing has led me to less visits to HHR.

      You all are great at talking past one another.
      And beating dead horses.
      And taking what someone types and reinterpreting it to mean something else.
      And while holding to your own belief, refusing to see the point made by someone else.
      Just say you disagree because of X, Y and Z and move on…put it behind you.

      We have had ongoing battles for months between posters on how much they like/dislike Dr. Fauchi.
      Personally, I think he is full of beans on a lot of what he says. But various views by various posters about Fauchi has generally not devolved into a campaign of personal destruction toward one poster or another. We say our piece, then move on.

      I truly do not understand the days of personal destruction tactics to firebomb Bitter for a week or more. I would bet that his voting record and political philosophy is fairly well aligned with most on this site and in the foxhole of reason and sanity vs. the agenda of the leftist hordes.

      I used to come here more often for discussion of national and political issues and to click on links of thoughtful items posted and engage in conversation about what the whacko left is doing to destroy the nation.

      I spend a good deal of time gleaning through the 2020 CDC death statistics and posted same here on this thread, but nobody was interested in discussing any of that.

      Peace.
      ********************************
      And while I am here, Want to remind Wes that only 49.6% of voters in Manchin’s last election voted for Manchin.

      AND…I think Trump’s loudmouth, vulgar bullying statements and undiplomatic firebombing of any R who disagrees with him on any subject as harmful to the R party, unnecessarily splits the R voters, and in the end gives a leg up to the leftist hordes and their leftist/socialist candidates who are hell bend on destroying the nation.

    754. Wes says:

      You just made my point for me, Bitter.

      You claim to be utterly indifferent to NFL wokeism but are manifestly not at all indifferent to the fact that I don’t share your view.

      Those are the warped priorities I was talking about.

      Outside the context of a conversation like this, I can’t remember the last time I even said I no longer watch the NFL.

      You bring criticism on yourself with your virtue signaling and twisted psychology and then try to turn the argument in an unconvincing manner.

      If you didn’t engage in sanctimonious finger wagging and self-absorbed pretentiousness on the issue I wouldn’t even have a reason to bring up what I do or don’t do regarding the NFL.

      You bring this all on yourself. Your defensive attempts to pontificate to me and others in no way helps you.

    755. Wes says:

      Bitter says I’m one of only two who should vote GOP according to Phil’s metric.

      A relative of mine recently did an ancestry.com search on our family.

      I have Amerindian blood in me from three generations back and African blood from several generations before that.

      I guess I’m no longer eligible to vote GOP.

    756. Phil says:

      Sorry, Cow. If bitter is going to bash me, he’s going to get it back and not just from me but from everyone else he talks down to. No free lunches around here.

    757. Wes says:

      And while I am here, Want to remind Wes that only 49.6% of voters in Manchin’s last election voted for Manchin.

      The other 50.4% minus you would have voted for him had Morissey had a genuine chance of unseating him, Bitter.

      Besides, that 49.6% was enough for Manchin to win.

    758. Wes says:

      Err, Walt, not Bitter, in my last post.

    759. Bitterlaw says:

      774. Take it up with Phil. I say everyone can vote GOP. Phil believes that race/ethnicity are electoral destiny.

    760. Bitterlaw says:

      GFY, Phil. Nobody fought with Robbie more than I did. You are so desperate to fight with him and Corey that you pretend that I shared their views even though I fought with both of them while agreeing with you on almost everything.

    761. Phil says:

      Oh, and bitter.needs to quit with the phony DNA talking point. No one ever said illegals voting Democratic is about DNA and he knows it. Guess what? Blacks are not DNA voting predisposed either but that sure as hell hasn’t prevented them from delivering 90% of their vote to Democrats for the last 60 years. They ain’t voting like the Irish, either and they aren’t changing any time soon. Quit with the BS. Oh, and even if illegals voting preferences “evolved” over half a century, a lot a good that is going to do my son and grandchildren living in a country governed under one party leftist rule for decades….while we wait for the millions of new voters to “come around’.

    762. Bitterlaw says:

      Disagreeing is pontificating and analyzing issues is bad. I love it here.

      Bad news, Wes. Phil’s theory holds that your African ancestry means you have to vote for Democrats.

    763. Phil says:

      Bitter, see 780.

      GFY.

    764. Bitterlaw says:

      Save it, Phil. Your certainty about how people will vote is just as unknowable as your other certainties. I oppose illegals becoming citizens. Can we at least agree on that?

    765. Bitterlaw says:

      From out of the mouth of Cash Cow comes wisdom.

      If people want to get back to bashing Democrats, I am happy to agree with them. However, if people just want to engage in accusing each other of supporting Democrats, we can do that. Right now, it appears to be Jason, Phil, Tgca, NYC, lisab, and (part-time) Wes against me, we do that. Of course, the irony is that lisab agrees with us on very few political issues but she retypes your posts to pretend to agree with you.

    766. Tgca says:

      774

      Me and Wes are the only AA here and neither one of us support BLM. My black blood is much greater than Elizabeth Warren’s American Indian heritage.

    767. Bitterlaw says:

      I have been a small and capital A-hole. Can we get back to bashing Democrats?

    768. jason says:

      Nobody fought with Robbie more than I did.”

      Not really.

      You said he was merely “annoying’ and gave him a pass on most of his BS.

      Nobody called out Robbie Goebbels more than I did.

    769. Phil says:

      My wife can’t see but there isn’t a day that goes by when she doesn’t have me read to her large parts of the running threads on here. Due to those readings she actually feels part of the community and identifies with the characters that post here. She loves politics and hedgehog is entertaining to her. She knows well all the posters on here from the threads I read her – bitter, Jason, Wes, Tgca, Lisa, Walt, everyone really. The only posts she ever asked me to quit reading to her were the ones from Robbie and Corey because she considers both arrogant and self righteous. Pissed her off. For what it’s worth, bitter, she has always particularly liked you even when she didn’t always agree with you, Just thought I’d pass that along for what it’s worth. She told me just now to tone it down.

    770. jason says:

      PGA tour event had several days with moments of silence at 8:46 am to note the 8:46 shown of the video of George Floyd on the ground”

      LOL

      Coverage only started at 1 PM.

    771. jason says:

      I watched the entire tournament, at least 80% of what was televised.

      There was not ONE woke message that I saw. No players or caddies wore anything woke. Nobody who was interviewed said anything woke. I didn’t see any woke ads.

    772. Bitterlaw says:

      Read it again, Jason. The PGA article was from last Summer and not this weekend. There were woke statements and BLM statements from some players then.

    773. jason says:

      Cash Cow does not approve of the dialog here?

      She is doing the right thing then by staying away.

      And Cash Cow talks about beating dead horses but repeats the same old hackneyed MSM criticisms of Trump. You know, from the same MSM and leftist hordes that want to “destroy the nation”.

      Cash Cow doesn’t want to bash Dems, she wants to bash Trump.

      Peace my ass.

    774. Phil says:

      The PGA and the players stayed out of the woke crap over the last four days. I enjoyed watching the golf without being preached or lectured to. It was a nice change. Would have enjoyed it more if some of the bigger names had been in contention. Still, it was nice watching a sporting event without having woke crammed down my throat.

    775. jason says:

      There were woke statements and BLM statements from some players then.”

      Maybe, but I saw nothing woke during the tournaments.

      But I am not denying the PGA is under the same pressure as every other sport and they might well accept woke culture just like you did.

      That it why it is so dangerous.

    776. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzz. I was the first one to post JEB! here just to make fun of Robbie.

      Phil- Your wife is a better stronger person than I will ever be. It takes a strong woman to live an A-hole. I have never shared what goes on here with my wife. She already thinks I am crazy. No need to prove it.

      Goodnight, Mrs. Phil. Your husband is a good man despite what I say about him.

    777. jason says:

      Right now, it appears to be Jason, Phil, Tgca, NYC, lisab, and (part-time) Wes against me,”

      Awww, the persecution complex.

      Did you ever stop to think why that might be.

      Maybe, maybe, it is because of what wes wrote above:

      “You claim to be utterly indifferent to NFL wokeism but are manifestly not at all indifferent to the fact that I don’t share your view.

      Those are the warped priorities I was talking about.

      Outside the context of a conversation like this, I can’t remember the last time I even said I no longer watch the NFL.

      You bring criticism on yourself with your virtue signaling and twisted psychology and then try to turn the argument in an unconvincing manner.

      If you didn’t engage in sanctimonious finger wagging and self-absorbed pretentiousness on the issue I wouldn’t even have a reason to bring up what I do or don’t do regarding the NFL.

      You bring this all on yourself. Your defensive attempts to pontificate to me and others in no way helps you.”

    778. Bitterlaw says:

      I didn’t accept it. I had no way to change it. Neither did Jason since his boycott of the NFL did not work. Still waiting for him to explain how I accepted the Pope’s political statements when I disagree with them. Maybe he is an expert on Canon Law and can locate an unknown rule on removing a Pope from office or a referendum process for the laity.

    779. jason says:

      Bitter has posted hundreds of posts to defend his support of woke culture and attack those that don’t want to support it.

      He has continuously lied about the motives of those that don’t want to support woke culture.

      Then he whines everyone is against him.

      How about accepting that we don’t agree with what we perceive as your support for woke culture without questioning our motives for not wanting to support it?

    780. Tgca says:

      Phil

      Bless your wife and let her know there are those here who will pray for her.

      …and I’m sure she also knows Bitter is a Metrosexual even though he doesn’t know it himself.

    781. jason says:

      explain how I accepted the Pope’s political statements”

      By claiming the Pope only has influence on religious matters, failing to admit the Pope is being used as a tool for a radical agenda on climate change and the world’s economic system, and pretending that there could be no pushback against it from within the Church, you are essentially accepting his political statements.

      Just like you accept woke culture by claiming nothing can be done about it.

    782. Bitterlaw says:

      Outside the context of a conversation like this, I can’t remember the last time I even said I no longer watch the NFL.

      Right. I am sure that it was between every August and February of 2017-2021

      If you didn’t engage in sanctimonious finger wagging and self-absorbed pretentiousness on the issue I wouldn’t even have a reason to bring up what I do or don’t do regarding the NFL.

      Irony meter explodes as sanctimonious, self-absorbed and pretentious A-hole Jason never misses a chance to ignore the explicit statements that I make as well as the English language in order to blame me for a woke culture he admits I don’t support but then claims I somehow support it. Same with blaming me for accepting Democrats when I am one of the few here who ever ran for office against them. Face it. You miss Robbie and Corey as punching bags so you try to pretend that I am them.

      Show some respect. Say hello to Mrs. Phil.

    783. jason says:

      Sounds like Bitter was really disappointed there wasn’t any woke BS during the Master’s.

      I guess he misses the woke NFL and NBA.

    784. Bitterlaw says:

      pretending that there could be no pushback against it from within the Church, you are essentially accepting his political statements.

      YOU REALIZE THAT THE POPE IS APPOINTED FOR LIFE, RIGHT? THE LAST POPE STEPPED ASIDE FOR HEALTH REASONS AND AGE. THERE IS NO EFFECTIVE PUSHBACK.

      Just like you accept woke culture by claiming nothing can be done about it.

      I DID NOT SAY THAT NOTHING COULD BE DONE ABOUT IT. I SAID SODA BOYCOTTS AND NOT WATCHING GAMES HAVE NOT BEEN AND ARE NOT EFFECTIVE. YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED AN NFL GAME IN 4 YEARS AND STILL COMPLAIN ABOUT THE NFL. WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR EFFECCTIVENESS. IF YOU HAVE AN IDEA FOR SOMETHING THAT ACTUALLY WOULD WORK, PLEASE SHARE IT OR GFY.

    785. jason says:

      woke culture he admits I don’t support ”

      Robbie Goebbels would be proud.

      It is the opposite. You DO support woke culture.

      When you came up with straw arguments that somehow that meant you were a Communist or an Antifa member, I stated nobody had said that.

      You then came up with the ridiculous conclusion that because I don’t think your are a Communist, i must not think you support woke culture.

      Irrational convoluted garbage.

    786. Bitterlaw says:

      Sounds like Bitter was really disappointed there wasn’t any woke BS during the Master’s.

      Not at all. I’m glad there was not – especially since there was last year during some golf tournament despite your denials that any golfer made statements in support of BLM.

      I rarely watch more than the final hole of the Masters. I suck at gold and it bores me. Same reason I don’t watch tennis.

    787. jason says:

      YOU REALIZE THAT THE POPE IS APPOINTED FOR LIFE, RIGHT?”

      Yes, and nobody suggested getting rid of him.

      And of course there can be dissension against his Marxist ideology just like there was leftist dissension against Pope John II like the liberation theology movement in Latin America.

    788. Bitterlaw says:

      It is the opposite. You DO support woke culture.

      Still not a single post where I supported woke culture. But Bitter, you drank 7 Cokes today and watched the bottom of the 9th inning of the Phillies-Braves game…

      It was a bad day. Blood sugar was crashing and below 80 most of the day.

    789. jason says:

      your denials that any golfer made statements in support of BLM.”

      You really have become a pathological liar.

      I didn’t say that.

      “Maybe, but I saw nothing woke during the tournaments.”

      How that becomes “denial any golfer made statements in support of BLM” is hard to fathom.

      Not to mention “maybe” accepts that possibility.

    790. jason says:

      But Bitter, you drank 7 Cokes today and watched the bottom of the 9th inning of the Phillies-Braves game”

      Lie #286 that I ever told you not to watch football or drink Coke.

    791. jason says:

      especially since there was last year during some golf tournament ”

      So you don’t watch golf but know what happened during the tournaments.

      Didn’t you tell me I couldn’t criticize the woke NFL because I no longer watched.

      You are lying so much you can’t remember when one lie ends and the next begins.

    792. Bitterlaw says:

      And of course there can be dissension against his Marxist ideology just like there was leftist dissension against Pope John II like the liberation theology movement in Latin America.

      I said I didn’t agree with his political statements. That is dissension. That’s about it as far as my influence goes. Here is a quick summary of the Catholic Church structure:

      Pope
      Cardinals
      Archbishops (but could also be a Cardinal)
      Bishops
      Monsignors
      Priests
      Deacons

      There are also Eucharistic Ministers and Nuns (but they are not part of the power structure of the Church)

      Then there is NYC. I rank last.

    793. Bitterlaw says:

      So you don’t watch golf but know what happened during the tournaments.

      That was also in the article I posted. Damn. Don’t you read? Do you think I was watching a golf tournament at 8:46 in the morning?

    794. Bitterlaw says:

      Early last month, June 2 was designated as #blackouttuesday, and it gave both everyday citizens and famous names the opportunity to express support and solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement. As such, many of the PGA Tour’s top golfers joined in to express their support, with Instagram and Twitter seemingly the lead social media channels.

      Among the top 20 ranked American PGA Tour golfers who posted a black square or personal statement on June 2 were longtime World No. 1 and current No. 6 Brooks Koepka, along with newly tipped No. 3 Justin Thomas, as well as Webb Simpson (No. 5), Patrick Cantlay (No. 10), Tiger Woods (No. 14), Gary Woodland (No. 18) and Tony Finau (No. 19).

      Some bigger names from outside the current top 20 rankings also participated, including three-time majors winner Jordan Spieth (No. 61), Rickie Fowler (No. 31) and three-time Masters winner Phil Mickelson (No. 69).

      During the Charles Schwab Challenge, the first stateside PGA Tour event to take place after both #blackouttuesday and the long pause in play from the COVID-19 outbreak, a daily moment of silence was held each day at 8:46 A.M. EST, to pay respects to George Floyd and also symbolize the 8 minutes and 46 seconds that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on Floyd’s neck.

      ALL QUOTES FROM THE ARTICLE YOU DID NOT READ

    795. Phil says:

      Was that before or after the cities were burned to the ground?

      Lol

    796. jason says:

      Bitter now writes his lies in capital letters hoping they will be more believable.

      But just for his education, there is no network TV coverage of golf tournaments at 8:46 AM.

      Also I never said I cared about woke athletes posting on Twitter and Instagram, I don’t even have those.

      Pretending golf is woke like the NFL and NBA because you think that means I support woke sports like you do is really dishonest.

    797. jason says:

      posted a black square or personal statement”

      To Bitter, “posting a black square” on Instagram is the same as kneeling during the national anthem, countless ads promoting leftist propaganda, woke messages in the end zone and on the basketball court, woke interviews on live TV, etc.

      The lies just keep multiplying.

    798. Bitterlaw says:

      Hate to do it to my A-hole but as he loves to say- moving the goal posts again. I did not equate them but you said golf was free of protests and woke culture.

    799. Bitterlaw says:

      814. Zzzzzzzzz. You know I condemned all of that as it happened. Especially what happened use.in Philadelphia less than 10 miles from my house.

      More goalpost moving. Even though the PFA did hold moments of silence, they were not televised so it did not really count.

    800. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – You will never prove that I accept woke sports by any of my posts but you will claim it with your translations and interpretations. You will also never accept my argument that you not voting is acceptance of Democrats’s rule and policies. These arguments have reached an impasse but we can keep going OR we can table the discussion. We are missing important posts from Cash Cow.

    801. Bitterlaw says:

      Goodnight. Lisab will be here soon to retype some of your posts and toss out treats while laughing at you. Or she might show her concern about my mental health by insulting me.

    802. jason says:

      you said golf was free of protests and woke culture”

      I did?

      Where?

      What I actually said:

      “I watched the entire tournament, at least 80% of what was televised.

      There was not ONE woke message that I saw. No players or caddies wore anything woke. Nobody who was interviewed said anything woke. I didn’t see any woke ads.”

      and:

      “Maybe, but I saw nothing woke during the tournaments.

      But I am not denying the PGA is under the same pressure as every other sport and they might well accept woke culture just like you did.”

    803. jason says:

      If you are proposing to stop lying about what I posted I accept the proposal.

    804. jason says:

      We are missing important posts from Cash Cow.”

      I doubt it.

      What I saw was the usual Trump bashing BS you can read on any moonbat blot.

    805. Bitterlaw says:

      Are you proposing to stop lying about what I said? You believe I lie about you. I believe you lie about me. Nothing will change that so there is point. If this goes on, people will get hurt.

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2PU-dGTWabQ

    806. Cash Cow TM says:

      jason says:

      “…Cash Cow doesn’t want to bash Dems, she wants to bash Trump.”

      *****************************************
      See.
      That is why you can not have nice things.

      jason throwing hand grenade due to faulty logic and leaps of assumptions which draw goofy conclusions.

      Response to jason by Cow.
      “Well, I am sorry you came to that false conclusion.”
      (as Cow walks away from the invitation to participate in falsely contrived conflict–SEE HOW EASY THAT IS TO DO BITTER?)

      Greetings Mrs. Phil.
      Sorry you wish to hear about the HHS soap opera goings-ons.
      I second Bitter’s comment that you have a swell guy in Phil.

    807. Bitterlaw says:

      BOOM. Cash Cow drops the mic.

    808. lisab says:

      YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED AN NFL GAME IN 4 YEARS AND STILL COMPLAIN ABOUT THE NFL. WHAT DOES THAT TELL YOU ABOUT YOUR EFFECCTIVENESS. IF YOU HAVE AN IDEA FOR SOMETHING THAT ACTUALLY WOULD WORK, PLEASE SHARE IT OR GFY.
      —————————————

      nfl viewership is down significantly since 2015, almost 17%

    809. Wes says:

      Ted Budd is contemplating entering the race for Richard Burr’s seat:

      https://www.carolinajournal.com/news-article/republican-congressman-ted-budd-ready-to-enter-u-s-senate-race/

      It’ll be interesting to see what ideological lane Budd wants to stake out since former Congressman Mark Walker–whom the radical NCSC screwed out of his seat in a judicialmander–is in the race and has been coalescing Establishment support.

      Former Governor Pat McCrory is also contemplating a bid for the seat. Supposedly Lara Trump is also looking at a bid though I doubt she runs or would be a viable candidate if she did.

      For those not conversant with NCGOP political machinations, the Republicans here don’t reflexively despise their Establishment figures as some other Republicans do. We never see Deadenders win important primaries here, and the locals are generally comfortable with their Establishment pols.

      Of course “Establishment” is somewhat of a fluid term here. As its most durable statewide officeholder from the 1970s to 2003, the vociferously conservative Jesse Helms was the state’s primary Establishment figure during his time in the Senate and helped secure Senate nominations for his proteges: John East, Lauch Faircloth, and Liddy Dole. All of them went on to serve in the Senate.

      Recently as the state has had an influx of moderates and liberals from the Northeast, Helms conservatism has been out of vogue, and more mainstream candidates have become the norm. Richard Burr and Thom Tillis fit this mold. Walker, McCrory, and Budd are all representative of this; therefore in a primary, they may play up personalities rather than ideology.

      I’d be happy with any of them though I lean toward Walker as he seems to be the one currently putting in the most legwork to appeal to the primary electorate.

      I’m cool to the idea that Lara Trump would run simply because she has the slightest connection to the state and would be vulnerable to attacks similar to those that sank Joe Kennedy III in Massachusetts. Ultimately I don’t think she’ll run, but if she does it’s not clear she will have the clout Donald Trump had among voters to win the primary.

      Regardless of who secures the nomination, I expect Dems to put up a strong fight in this relatively closely divided but obviously GOP-trending state but come up short with the margin of defeat depending on the nominee. Currently Dems have a string of B- and C-list candidates who will basically repeat the failed campaigns of their recent nominees. Governor Roy Cooper and AG Josh Stein would be more formidable than any of the current actual and potential candidates, but each has his flaws and would require an implosion on the part of the GOP nominee to secure a victory in a Biden midterm.

      Currently I rank the race as Likely R Hold. If Cooper entered the race I’d have to be honest and move it to Lean R Hold. If Stein entered I’d most likely hold my current ranking though potentially I’d have to move it down a peg.

      Regardless, I see little path to victory for the Dems in this state where Biden couldn’t win despite having all the advantages he enjoyed in other closely divided states he actually won.

    810. Wes says:

      Addendum to my previous post:

      While Budd is largely a mainstream conservatives, he interjected himself into the challenge to PA’s electoral votes last year. That probably gives him a leg up among hardcore Trump supporters although Budd is largely a mainstream conservative as evidenced by his Chamber of Commerce support.

    811. Tgca says:

      Wes

      Don’t be wasting our time here with politics.

      We are in the midst of a 9-day battle between Bitter and Jadon over how woke Bitter has become but is in denial over it.

    812. jason says:

      jason throwing hand grenade due to faulty logic and leaps of assumptions which draw goofy conclusions.”

      Zzzzzz….

      You threw the hand grenade and you jumped to faulty conclusions.

      No free lunch, even for Cows.

      “I think Trump’s loudmouth, vulgar bullying statements and undiplomatic firebombing of any R who disagrees with him on any subject as harmful to the R party, unnecessarily splits the R voters, and in the end gives a leg up to the leftist hordes and their leftist/socialist candidates who are hell bend on destroying the nation.”

      If you believe this straight from the Lincoln Project drivel, fine, but don’t expect nobody will call you on it.

    813. jason says:

      Good analysis by wes.

      The only part I disagree with is that Lara Trump would not be a viable candidate, although I agree she might be vulnerable to the carpetbagger attacks and that she might not inherit all the Trump vote.

      At Predicit here is the betting on who would be nominated:

      Mark Walker 36%
      Lara Trump 26%
      Pat McCrory 25%
      Ted Budd 16%

      Looks like a slugfest, I hope they don’t damage each other irreparably.

      As far as whether Lara Trump will run or not, it is 60-40 against.

      As far as who will win the senate seat, it is 61-39 R.

      Make your bets.

    814. Wes says:

      Regarding Lara Trump, Jason, what does she really bring to the table besides her last name?

      She has no known ideology though presumably she’d try to appeal to the kinds of voters Donald Trump wooed successfully in the 2016 primary.

      She has the least connection of any potential candidate to the state. Back in ’02 when Liddy Dole ran, at least Dole was a native of the state and had remained on the periphery of local politics after marrying Bob Dole and residing primarily in Washington.

      She has no electoral history. That’s not an absolute disqualifier as Faircloth, Edwards, and Dole proved but is far from the norm in NC politics.

      That’s why I don’t see her as either someone likely to run or a particularly viable candidate if she does.

      Honestly most likely she’ll flirt with a bid and then withdraw from consideration in favor of a high-paying media job at Fox or OAN or some such.

    815. jason says:

      Are you proposing to stop lying about what I said? You believe I lie about you. I believe you lie about me”

      Horsecrap, again with the false equivalencies you so much love.

      1) I told you to stop watching woke sports – Lie
      2) I told you to stop going to Mass – Lie
      3) I told you to stop drinking Coke – Lie
      4) I am an anti-Catholic bigot – Lie
      5) I said you must be a communist or Antifa for going to Mass – Lie
      6) I “denied any PGA golfers made statements in support of BLM” – Lie
      7) I stated that “you do not support woke culture” – Lie
      There are many more, just a few of many examples of the lies. The fact you have to lie so much means you don’t have a leg to stand on.
      Then you claim it is a lie that you support woke culture, even though everyone else in this argument sees the same thing I do.
      Maybe we are all liars and you are the paragon of truth.
      Or maybe you are just lying because mocking others for their rejection of woke culture is the best defense you can come up with.

      But I will let you have the last word again, although I am sure you will violate any truce just like you did last time.

    816. jason says:

      wes, I agree that Lara Trump probably will not run. It is quite a commitment, she just got hired by FNC and is probably making good money, she had a baby less than 2 years ago and another child under 5.

      But I think she brings more than just the name. She is quite media savvy, a former producer for Inside Edition, and I have listened to several interviews, she comes across as very articulate. Plus, being good looking never hurts.

      I don’t really know about her connection to NC, I know she graduated from NC State, and she named her daughter Carolina, I hope there is more than that if she runs.

    817. jason says:

      wes, the fact FNC hired her 2 weeks ago makes me think she is not running.

    818. jason says:

      Ohio State University recently announced it plans to hire 50 faculty members focused on addressing social equity and racial disparities.

      The news comes as an economics professor and higher education watchdog calculated that the public university currently employs 150 diversity officials at a cost of $12 million annually.”

      Normal.

    819. jason says:

      OH has a R governor and legislature and Ohio State is a public university.

      But, I guess “nothing can be done”.

    820. Wes says:

      Those are good points, Jason.

      We seem to agree Lara Trump is unlikely to run.

      I will say this:

      If Tarheels put a premium on attractiveness for potential female Senators, then Liddy Dole and Kay Hagan would never have represented us in the Senate.

    821. Wes says:

      Here’s an interesting candidate to challenge Warnock:

      https://mobile.twitter.com/bluestein/status/1381547644896604160?s=20

      I don’t know much about him, but a successful black businessman vs. an ethically challenged wokester seems like a good contrast in my view.

    822. jason says:

      nfl viewership is down significantly since 2015, almost 17%’

      lisab, nothing to do with the woke NFL, it is because the Broncos suck.

      The idea that people would be turned off by being lectured on how racist they are by self entitled spoiled millionaire owners, players and coaches is preposterous.

      Most people don’t understand they are racist but now are happy and grateful they know, thanks to the NFL.

    823. Wes says:

      The lefties in the comments for that Twitter link are just dripping with venom at the thought that a black Republican should run for Senate.

      One even shamelessly turns his name into KKK while others call him a token.

      It’s simply amazing how a black man announces for Senate only to have liberals attack him almost immediately with comments absolutely seething with racism.

      It’s disgusting.

    824. Tgca says:

      Once I get a list of these companies, I will start seeing which ones I can boycott, or if no alternative services are available, which ones I can use the least as possible.

      It is just madness that consumers will continue to be patrons of corporations that imply they are ignorant and racist and have nothing but contempt for them.

      Only a complete FOOL would still utilize the services of those that want to silence their voice. Boycotts work! There are many more that disagree with them than agree so if folks just take some action you would see how quickly they change their tune.

      https://www.newsmax.com/finance/streettalk/corporate-donation-voting-rights-restrictions/2021/04/12/id/1017214/

    825. jason says:

      Well Biden said you aren’t black if you didn’t suppport him.

    826. jason says:

      Tgca, I read here that if Delta loses 50% of their passengers, they won’t care.

      They will continue to be woke, hire the same number of people, and fly the same number of planes.

      A miracle of economics.

    827. Bitterlaw says:

      838. Zzzzzzzzzzzz. Something could be done with actions by the Governor and legislature. Actions and not gestures.

    828. Tgca says:

      846

      I have worked in Fortune 500 companies for decades. People like me are hired to do the analysis and supply the talking points that executives use when they issue public statements or have discussions with the media or Wall Street analysts.

      Few company executives have the detailed knowledge of the most detailed levels of what drives the data unless they’ve risen through the ranks to do those jobs. VPs aren’t sitting at their desk analyzing data and number crunching. They usually rely on others for the details which is fine because that’s what those folks are paid to do.

      That being said, Corporate America cares about one thing and only one thing, no matter what they say…the bottom line.Everything else is secondary to them.

      Execs are measured on growth and earnings. Diversity is a small percentage of their goals. I worked in companies where diversity was part of our goals but it was always a small percentage. By far the biggest driver of performance rewards was always financial, either cost savings or earnings growth.

      Anyone that disputes this is not being honest.

      Every CEO and CFO know they are only as good as the current year’s performance. This is why an exec can be successful for years but then given a limited time to turn things around in a company downturn before they are replaced.

      If enough conservatives show their consumer choice power to these companies, I guarantee you they will back down on the woke politics.

      The problem is that boycotting is usually a tool of the left that conservatives don’t utilize but organized boycotting by conservatives may now be the only way to save the country.

      Don’t count Bitter in because he has no interest in making any sacrifices for the good of the nation.

    829. Bitterlaw says:

      Once I get a list of these companies, I will start seeing which ones I can boycott, or if no alternative services are available, which ones I can use the least as possible.

      Tgca – Please share the list. I will review it and maybe there are companies I will boycott. I mean it.

    830. Tgca says:

      849

      You can try with Bed & Bath and Kohl’s. They cancelled MyPillow products due to their CEO support of Trump and voting fraud claims.

      They say nothing of exaggerated and false claims from the left about Jim Crow and voter suppression but target the right.

      I used to go to both stores close by for certain things but refuse to shop either now for months.

      I significantly reduced my presence at Starbucks even though I don’t drink coffee. I went there for iced teas and egg wraps. No more. Used to spend like $25 weekly. Not anymore. Once in a blue moon I go at night to get an egg wrap if Dunkin’ Donuts by my house is closed after 8PM because I don’t wish to cook and no other place to get egg wrap but probably only like three times in 5 months.

      Clearly you can avoid Coke and find other replacements. I don’t like Pepsi because it’s too sweet and used to drink Coke Zero when out but no more.

      Try also calling or writing them with complaints why they take actions against conservatives but not liberals. Google their customer service or complaint dept. Not hard to find.

    831. jason says:

      “Roughly 100 of America’s top corporate leaders and CEOs gathered both in-person and virtually on Saturday to strategize ways to combat new election integrity laws like Georgia’s H.B. 531. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a Yale University management professor who helped organize the meeting, framed it as a response to threats of reprisals after Georgia-based companies like Delta Air Lines, Coca-Cola, and Aflac Insurance condemned the Georgia bill. He called election integrity measures “anti-undemocratic.”

      Normal.

      Nothing can be done. They don’t care about sales or profits.

    832. Wes says:

      How the hell can Ellison be in the process of notching a slam dunk case?

      https://mobile.twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1381617616461164548

    833. Phil says:

      Looks like the drive to end the filibuster is dead in the water this session. In a 50-50 Senate the left is stuck. They’ll bide their time and try and break the log jam in the 22 mid terms. Their prospects are good in the Senate targeting Pa, Wisconsin, and NC. Heavily favored in Pa, no worse than 50-50 in Wisconsin, and underdog in NC. Republicans only have two possibilities to counter. One is NH if Republicans can recruit either Sununu or Ayotte. Georgia is a shot against the black Marxist. Of course, Democrats will need to hold the House or a Senate majority and abolition of the filibuster won’t help them. That’s why it’s important that they get HB1 through the Senate. It conveniently takes redistricting out of the hands of Republican legislatures handing them continued control of the House. Fortunately, that won’t pass this session without doing away with the filibuster, and, as I said, that won’t happen in the next two years.

    834. Tgca says:

      851

      I disagree. I think they do care about sales and profits above all.

      They are reacting to the left and MSM out of fear that they will be attacked and boycotted.

      They see no threat from the right because the right never organizes boycotts. I guarantee you if 1,000 people showed up to boycott Coke Headquarters and started a product boycott petition, their CEO would probably either resign or buckle. Imagine if 75 million voters started boycotting companies.

      They just don’t think it will happen.

      These CEOs do not care about people of color. They care about profits.

    835. jason says:

      I don’t agree with Tgca that Bitter needs to find replacements for what he likes or make “sacrifices”.

      He should consume whatever he is comfortable with.

      He is comfortable with woke sports, woke politics, and woke corporate America. Not because he consumes the products but because he doesn’t think they care about ratings, sales, or profits, so nothing can be done to counter it. He minimizes the danger posed by the whole woke movement, it will all be resolved in the next election (even though no election has stopped the woke movement so far). He mocks those who are opposed to woke culture.

      Fine with me. Just don’t deny it, I will call the hypocrisy and BS. It is what I do.

    836. jason says:

      I disagree. I think they do care about sales and profits above all.”

      I agree. I was stating Bitter’s meme.

    837. jason says:

      gestures”

      Was it a gesture that caused huge drops in woke sport viewership?

      Who knew?

    838. Bitterlaw says:

      I have a My Pillow. I posted before the election that I was disappointed with it. I was promised it would be the greatest pillow ever and give me the best sleep of my life. It did not. I have never slept well.

      The product should not be banned by stores but I would not recommend it.

    839. Bitterlaw says:

      Fine with me. Just don’t deny it, I will call the hypocrisy and BS. It is what I do.

      And you will continue to be wrong. It’s also what you do. I think you have children in their 20s. Ask them if they stopped watching sports because of politics or because they don’t have the patience to sit through a 3 hour football game or 4 hours for baseball.

    840. jason says:

      My Pillow is the best pillow I have ever had. But I bought it before I knew anything about Lindell’s politics.

      Now I am thinking of buying the sheets because of his politics on the theory that if the pillows are that good, the sheets might be too.

    841. jason says:

      Ask them if they stopped watching sports because of politics or because they don’t have the patience to sit through a 3 hour football game or 4 hours for baseball.”

      Translation: if jason’s kids watch woke sports it must mean Bitter is not a woke culture supporter.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    842. Wes says:

      Don’t forget Mark Kelly underperformed his polling in AZ, Phil. That opens up the possibility of his being vulnerable.

      Cortez-Masto barely beat Joe Heck in 2016, and NV trended right in 2020.

      Bennet in CO is a long shot to target even in a Biden midterm, but beating two underwhelming opponents doesn’t make him invulnerable to defeat.

      Dems can target NC if they want. It would take extraordinary circumstances to win Burr’s seat in a Biden midterm.

      Ron Johnson is an overperformer in WI and has the same advantages now he had in 2010.

      I’m not sure how PA will go, but I can’t imagine Dems are heavily favored there now that Trump is out of office.

    843. Bitterlaw says:

      I listen to a lot of sports talk radio. A lot of millennials call in and say they watch less now because they don’t want to spend that much time watching. They say the games are too long. I will find ratings by age group. If you are right, the ratings for young viewers should be through the roof.

    844. Phil says:

      Nevada would be winnable, Wes, but when you figure in the absolute sham election law the Democratic legislature has enacted it’s uphill. They knew what they were doing when they passed that bill. It is horrific.

    845. Bitterlaw says:

      My new firm asked me when I am getting the vaccine. Not if. I just said I was just added to the eligibility list but no vaccines are available. I am not opposed to getting it. I just think it should go to others ahead of me.

    846. jason says:

      I think the PA senate is close to a slam dunk for Dems if they can keep the current election rules.

      There is zero control on ballots and the Dems can just make up whatever numbers they want in Philadelphia and Allegheny counties there is no mechanism to prevent it and no mechanism to check later. The PA SOS will cover for any irregularities and the PA SC will throw out any challenges.

      But I am glad Bitter will vote, it will keep the Dem’s margin of victory down.

      Now if they were able to ban no excuse vote by mail and just have early voting like in the past, and the GOP had a good candidate, I would give the GOP a better chance. But that is not going to happen, the GOP majority legislature is spineless and the Governor will veto any changes.

      So I disagree with Wes that Dems are not heavily favored.

      Not too sure it help any GOP candidate to have Trump off the ballot in PA, even with massive fraud Trump got about 49% of the vote, more than he got in 2016. And he got 400k more votes in PA than he got in 2016. His 48.7% in PA was only a point less than he got in NC.

    847. lisab says:

      I just think it should go to others ahead of me.
      ——————————-

      so knowing that at this point the elderly, first responders, and critical personnel, etc. have all been eligible for a long time

      who do you think should be before a diabetic?

    848. jason says:

      Ask them if they stopped watching sports because of politics or because they don’t have the patience to sit through a 3 hour football game or 4 hours for baseball.”

      So the entire drop in viewership since all this kneeling and woke BS thing started has to do with millennials suddenly not wanting to watch long games?

      I just sneezed and it sound like “bbbbullllllsh-ttttt”.

      I have a feeling there are a lot of people out there like Phil, wes and jason who aren’t millennials.

    849. Bitterlaw says:

      Type 1 Diabetics and lawyers were just added to the PA eligibility list. However, many eligible people ahead of me have still not received vaccines so there is a backlog.

    850. jason says:

      Bitter, if you want to drive to the Lancaster vaccination site they seem to have plenty of openings.

      I know it is a deplorable area, but keep you windows closed and look straight ahead.

      https://lancasteronline.com/news/health/thousands-of-appointments-available-at-lancaster-covid-19-mass-vaccination-center/article_3dc6afe8-97bb-11eb-873e-7ba851876958.html

    851. lisab says:

      PA is opening the vaccine to everyone regardless of age tomorrow

    852. jason says:

      Weren’t lawyers eligible when they put criminals at the top of the list?

    853. Bitterlaw says:

      I did not say all of it. In fact, I said “A lot of millennials call.” That means that millennials are a subset of “all.” They would also part of a smaller category (18-54 year old men). SO how do you interpret that to mean “So the entire drop in viewership since all this kneeling and woke BS thing started has to do with millennials suddenly not wanting to watch long games?” when I did not say it?

      You, Phil and Wes can be proud of your effectiveness as the boycott enters its fifth year.

    854. jason says:

      Bitter, if you are worried about being attacked by white supremacists in Lancaster, put a Trump sticker on your Jeep and wear a MAGA hat.

      Just don’t forget to stop at Wawa on the way back to take the sticker and hat off before you get back to your neighborhood.

    855. Bitterlaw says:

      PA is opening the vaccine to everyone regardless of age tomorrow

      Today was the first day I even looked at the website. Being “eligible” for the vaccine is like being eligible to win Powerball. You have to register to be on the list but there is no idea when you will actually get it.

    856. jason says:

      when I did not say it?”

      LOL

      The hypocrisy is astounding, from someone who has literally written hundreds of posts making up sh-t I never said.

      I love it here.

    857. jason says:

      If it is not too far for you, or dangerous, I am sure you can register at the Lancaster site. It is a massive facility, an old BonTon department store just for vaccinations.

    858. lisab says:

      Weren’t lawyers eligible when they put criminals at the top of the list?
      ——————

      lol

    859. Bitterlaw says:

      Bitter, if you are worried about being attacked by white supremacists in Lancaster, put a Trump sticker on your Jeep and wear a MAGA hat.

      I saw Klansmen rallying in Emmaus almost 30 years ago. I just started laughing at them and kept going. I also had to interview one for a paper in college. It was a class on political protests. I interviewed the leader of a local group at this house. He kept cleaning his gun during the interview. His dog did not like me.

    860. jason says:

      A friend of mine got vaccinated as a walk in. She went to a vaccination site and asked if they had availability and they said come on in. Probably just lucky but it got a lot easier to register in the last few days, the 1A’s are running out and the general vaccination only starts the 19th.

    861. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Former NC Governor, Pat McCrory(R), has entered the 2022 NC Senate race. He’s my #1 pick in the GOP primary.

    862. lisab says:

      even if you have not been to one, i am sure you have heard of walmart

      you can just walk in and sign up

      took me less than 30 minutes, weeks ago

    863. jason says:

      I have never met anyone who said they were a white supremacist or a Nazi since I came to this country. Not one. Even in Texas when I was involved in campaigns.

      And the first holocaust denier I “met” was Bunu.

    864. jason says:

      i am sure you have heard of walmart”

      I am sure Bitter would rather eat one of Tgca’s meals than set foot in a Walmart.

    865. jason says:

      YouTube spokesperson: “We removed AIER’s video because it included content that contradicts the consensus of local and global health authorities regarding the efficacy of masks to prevent the spread of Covid-19.”

      Normal.

    866. jason says:

      Free speech is now subject to a “consensus”.

      Normal.

    867. Wes says:

      Not too sure it help any GOP candidate to have Trump off the ballot in PA, even with massive fraud Trump got about 49% of the vote, more than he got in 2016. And he got 400k more votes in PA than he got in 2016. His 48.7% in PA was only a point less than he got in NC.

      You’re comparing a presidential election to a midterm. They’re completely different animals. You know that as well as I.

      Obviously an unpopular Biden in the White House is going to be more advantageous for any Republican running for Senate outside the states reflexively supporting Dems than would an unpopular Trump.

    868. NYCmike says:

      The most important question for 2022 will be this:

      Who will the “John Boehner Republicans” vote for?

    869. jason says:

      Obviously an unpopular Biden in the White House is going to be more advantageous for any Republican running for Senate outside the states reflexively supporting Dems than would an unpopular Trump.”

      Fair enough.

    870. jason says:

      Who will the “John Boehner Republicans” vote for?”

      As far as I know, Bitter has not announced a candidate.

    871. NYCmike says:

      The constant Bitterlaw-bashing is beyond tedious.

      Bitterlaw being unable to say he is ok with woke sports is beyond tedious.

      Both can be true.

    872. jason says:

      I think the Bitter bashing would decrease if he didn’t want to keep insisting on denying the obvious.

      But in any case my #891 post was a joke.

    873. Bitterlaw says:

      My top choice for 2024 I’s DeSantis. Ask Phil. It makes him angry since we agree.

    874. jason says:

      “Brooklyn Center chief Tim Gannon: “As I watch the video & listen to the officer’s commands, it is my belief that the officer had the intention to deploy their taser but instead shot [Daunte] Wright with a single bullet. This appears to me… that this was an accidental discharge”

      What an unlucky woman this cop is. If she had shot a white woman, the accidental discharge version might be entirely accepted.

      But a black person, no chance.

    875. jason says:

      Yes, I understand the victim was even more unlucky to have been stopped by someone that incompentent.

    876. jason says:

      Evidently she yelled “Taser” and instead pulled out a handgun.

    877. jason says:

      My top choice for 2024 I’s DeSantis. Ask Phil. It makes him angry since we agree.”

      Nice straw argument but that was not the question.

    878. NYCmike says:

      ” Ask Phil. It makes him angry since we agree.”

      -Phil predicted DeSantis?

      Oh man, bad luck for DeSantis!

      🙂

    879. lisab says:

      I am sure Bitter would rather eat one of Tgca’s meals than set foot in a Walmart.
      ————————-

      the pharmacists all wear gloves

    880. jason says:

      Not so sure, Phil guaranteed us Kamala Harris would be President.

      Wanna bet against it?

    881. jason says:

      the pharmacists all wear gloves”

      Yeah, but his Jeep could get contaminated by all those deplorable trucks.

    882. NYCmike says:

      “Not so sure, Phil guaranteed us Kamala Harris would be President.”

      -There is that caveat…..Phil was correct, albeit in a roundabout way.

    883. Phil says:

      Harris isn’t President?

      Wanna bet?

    884. jason says:

      “More detail on gunfire at Brooklyn Park PD Hqtrs around 8pm: No injuries reported. Sources tell me rounds blasted thru front glass doors, reaching the lobby.”

      Normal.

    885. Phil says:

      Yes, normal

    886. NYCmike says:

      Send Rittenhouse to MN……that will solve any issues.

    887. Bitterlaw says:

      I am sure Bitter would rather eat one of Tgca’s meals than set foot in a Walmart.

      Zzzzzzzzzzzz. I have shopped in many Walmarts, K-Marts and Targets.

    888. Bitterlaw says:

      I think the Bitter bashing would decrease if he would just accept my lies and distortions of his views.

      I fixed it for jason.

    889. Bio mom says:

      872

      Delaware is way ahead. Opened to all 16 and up last Tuesday, April 6. 16 and 17 can only get Pfizer. 18 and up any of the 3.

    890. jason says:

      Zzzzzzzzzzzz. I have shopped in many Walmarts, K-Marts and Targets.”

      He also has a lot of deplorable friends.

    891. jason says:

      Of course, he has never invited me to his house, so he draws the line at, what did Tgca call me, dumbass wetbacks.

    892. jason says:

      Delaware must be friends with the President.

    893. jason says:

      Of course, when you only have a couple dozen people, it is easy to vaccinate everybody.

      Just kidding.

      I know Delaware has more people than Alaska, Wyoming, Vermont and the Dakotas (by at least a dozen each).

    894. NYCmike says:

      Bio Mom checks in from Delaware!

      Me driving on Route 95: “Hello Delaware….Goodby Delaware!”

    895. Bitterlaw says:

      Give me a call when you want to have a real discussion, jason. Keep taking lisab’s treats tossed to you while she is laughing at you.

    896. jason says:

      Me driving on Route 95: “Hello Delaware….Goodby Delaware!”

      So you are not much of a speeder?

    897. jason says:

      . Keep taking lisab’s treats tossed to you while she is laughing at you.”

      I don’t mind being laughed at.

      At least she didn’t call me a anti-Catholic bigot and she hasn’t made up dozens of posts lying about what I said.

      I defended you against her when she claimed you weren’t qualified for Congress. She is wrong.

      If she claims you support woke culture, she is on the money.

    898. NYCmike says:

      Did Roberts really judge that it is illegal for more than a certain amount of people to gather at a home for prayer?

    899. NYCmike says:

      “So you are not much of a speeder?”

      -I’m waiting for The Biden Bullet Train to really get me thru fast!

    900. jason says:

      Andy Reid’s son Britt facing felony charges for DWI in the accident that left a 5 yr old with a brain injury.

      He was going 84 in a 65 and had a blood alcohol of 0.113. From the description of the accident, it sounds like speed and distraction were more of a cause than impairment, but it won’t matter since he was over the limit.

      I guess it won’t help that he said he had 2-3 drinks (means at least 3) prior to the accident but said he was coming from work.

      The Chiefs fired him and he probably won’t be able to get another job in the NFL or college football.

      Pretty tragic considering Reid already lost another son to a drug overdose.

      Btw, I saw Andy Reid the other day on a cooking show. Completely different persona than on the field. He has a sense of humor and is apparently an expert on KC bbq both cooking and eating it (lots of it).

    901. jason says:

      Did Roberts really judge that it is illegal for more than a certain amount of people to gather at a home for prayer?”

      He sided with the liberals who would have upheld Newsome’s directive that no more than 3 households at a time could congregate in a private home.

      He didn’t join the dissent, however, and did not comment.

      I read the decision. The liberals actually stated that “people in private settings are less likely to wear masks and practice social distancing”.

    902. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Fauci equivocating again. So the chief advocate for lockdowns now suggests Texas COVID cases might be dropping, after Texas dropped the mask mandate, because people were doing more things outside.

      “Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” on Tuesday that he is not sure why COVID cases are dropping in Texas after they got rid of mask mandates four weeks ago. Fauci suggests Texans might be doing more things “outside” than other parts of the country.
      “It can be confusing because you may see a lag and a delay because often, you have to wait a few weeks before you see the effect of what you’re doing right now,” Fauci explained. “You know, there are a lot of things that go into that. I mean, when you say that they’ve had a lot of the activity on the outside like ball games, I’m not really quite sure. It could be they’re doing things outdoors.”

    903. Tgca says:

      So skank Liz Cheney goes on in this interview in Face the Nation to make statements like:

      1. The election was not stolen…there was a judicial process in place
      2. References not being the party of Insurrection
      3. If you attack the judicial process, you are at war with the Constitution
      4. Quotes Pelosi on Gaetz ethics investigation
      5. Says she will not comment on Gaetz but makes comments like as the mother of daughters the charges are sickening
      6. Interviewer says he was one of your chief critics so wanted to offer you the opportunity and Liz Cheney thanks her for that opportunity.

      These sound like things Pelosi or one of henchman would say, not a true conservative.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/liz-cheney-the-election-wasnt-stolen-from-trump/

    904. lisab says:

      If she claims you support woke culture, she is on the money.
      ———————

      i do agree with jason’s assessment about bitter’s wokeness

      however, that is not why i think he is unfit to be a candidate

      there are plenty of people in government who support the woke culture

    905. Phil says:

      Will Smith pulls movie out of Georgia.

      The movie will now be made in Louisiana which requires voter ID, allows fewer early days of voting than Georgia, and unlike Georgia requires an excuse to vote absentee,

      LOL. Way to go, Will. You’re an absolute genius. You show em bro!

      Maybe if you actually read the Georgia bill…..naw. What fun would that be?

    906. Phil says:

      Buttigieg won’t rule out path to citizenship in lnfrastructure bill.

      Huh?

      Er, ok. Everything is infrastructure because, well, Democrats say it is.

      Actually, I’m for it. More Irish Republican type voters. Part of the emerging Republican majority.

    907. Bitterlaw says:

      i do agree with jason’s assessment about bitter’s wokeness

      It is hilarious that you all listen to a socialists who voted for Jill Stein (one of the few politicians to the left of Joe Biden) just because she rubs your tummy while retyping your posts.

    908. Bitterlaw says:

      Andy Reid’s son Britt facing felony charges for DWI in the accident that left a 5 yr old with a brain injury.

      Good. I hope he is convicted and gets the max penalty.

    909. Phil says:

      Was this the incident that took place a couple of days before the Super Bowl?

    910. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason cannot find a single post where I agreed with wokeness. He admits I do not have those beliefs. But because I drink soda and watch sports (which he claims he never told me to not do those things), I am on the naughty list. Maybe I should just join his highly effective boycott of the NFL in time to start its fifth season.

    911. Bitterlaw says:

      Yes. Reid is hilarious when he wants to be. It is a tragedy what happened to his son who died but he started down a dangerous path with drugs. There is no excuse for his other son’s reckless behavior. I hope his victims can reclaim something of their lives.

    912. Bitterlaw says:

      Before TGclown says it – Yes. I do judge my niece for the mistakes that she made and her self-medication. I also judge myself harshly fore how I failed her.

    913. Tgca says:

      928

      Again Bitter attacks the poster and does not address the substance of the message.

      Now Bitter is telling us we are all fools because of LisaB’s mocking posts. So we are all stoopid idiots lured in by LisaB, although we’re fully aware of who she voted for in 2020.

      Bitter is missing the point.

      Bitter is now officially the Mitt Romney of HHR.

      He has absolutely NO credibility on this matter. Zilch!

      If the vast majority of conservatives disagree with you, would you not maybe think something is wrong? Perhaps self-reflect?

      Bitter’s problem is he is surrounded by lefties in his family and friends and that distorts his view of the world. I’ve seen this time and time again growing up and living around radically lefties. They can’t comprehend how others do not accept their thinking.

      It’s reminds me of the movie critic Pauline Kael who did not understand how Nixon won in 1972 with her original quote below often misstated and shortened.

      Bitter appears like her. He’s going on 9 days of arguing how he’s not woke and everyone else is wrong without one credible poster at HHR defending his position.

      This is why I think he should abandon his run for Congress. He doesn’t represent true conservatives. Either that or run on a platform where he acknowledges he’s ok with people being woke, as it’s not an important issue to him.

      “I live in a rather special world. I only know one person who voted for Nixon. Where they are I don’t know. They’re outside my ken. But sometimes when I’m in a theater I can feel them.”

    914. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      With all due respect, blow it out your arse!

      I don’t think lisab is correct in saying you are not qualified.

      I do think she has been over the top in her criticisms/mockery of you.

      I also think your support of any organized sports allows them to do what they are doing in terms of their support for BLM…….I fault myself for that as well, as I still participate in Fantasy Football.

      I haven’t watched any basketball, baseball, and very little hockey. I will not pay for cable, nor will I ever pay for tickets to go see a game.

    915. NYCmike says:

      I have told my lifetime friends, please don’t complain about the woke crap. as they can get away with it because they still go to the games and buy jerseys and such.

    916. NYCmike says:

      https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/obesity-covids-third-rail/

      -Sorry, but if you are FAT, the WUHAN may affect you more than it does the skinny.

    917. Brucefdb says:

      I think it’s been at least a month since I had time to visit. It’s still the same conversation. Bitter and Lisab still in same game.

      I hate to break it to my pal NYC Mike that it doesn’t matter the slightest whether you watch sports or not….athletes. leagues and teams will all be politically correct or they won’t have a job. The globalists power can destroy any of them that don’t go along. I like sports, I have a mute button….no problem.

    918. Tgca says:

      933

      Stop with the drama and attributing words to others not spoken.

      Your niece appeared to have suffered mental illness and made her own choices. That is sad and unfortunate. It’s not about judgment, it’s about choice; her choice, not yours, or anyone else’s.

      I personally am not against all suicides because in some cases it can finally bring peace, especially for the terminally ill in pain.

      She should not be punished for those choices now that she is gone because that’s what you continue to do, punish her for her choice.

      Accept the sad outcome and focus on celebrating her life before this disease took her off course. That’s the best way to honor her memory, and probably what she would want.

      Do you think she’d be happy to hear you constantly whining about what you could have done better? That may appear really kind of insulting in many ways.

      Did it ever occur to you that she did not seek your help because you could not help her in her view?

      You can’t force help on anyone!

      Were you her sole keeper or guardian responsible for being around her 24/7 to identify changes in her habits and behaviors? Can you do this for everyone in your family?

      If she lived under your roof, one might say you had frequent access and should have noticed and MAYBE could have some influence.

      But if you did not have frequent access or communication with her, then you are not responsible. That is unfortunately often the case with many suicides. Family and friends did not realize because they can’t focus all their attention on one person.

      She was a grown adult and made a choice. Clearly, a horrific one for you and your family that is sad but maybe not for her within her view it would bring her peace.

      She had more access to help than most people in the world and she chose not to seek help for whatever reason. So unless she was insane, mental illness does not mean people still are not aware of the choices they make or how they can avoid them. It’s a sad disease but it exists to varying degrees in people.

      It was her choice! Not yours! She chose her life destiny. Let it go and instead best honor her memory by celebrating her life and not her death because there’s not a damn thing you can do about it to change it or could have changed it had you known in advance.

      Most loved ones often think they can just stop a suicide through their words but unfortunately that is not the case. You could have spoken until your blue in the face and the outcome still have been the same.

      So again, though her death is sad, accept it and focus on the good things in her life, not the bad. I think she would appreciate that more.

    919. Bitterlaw says:

      Bitter’s problem is he is surrounded by lefties in his family

      The only person in my family who ever voted for a Democrat at any level was my dad in 1964. He voted for LBJ because he wanted stability after JFK’s murder. He has regretted it ever since. Even with dementia, he still sometimes mentions it and regrets it.

    920. Bitterlaw says:

      If the vast majority of conservatives disagree with you, would you not maybe think something is wrong? Perhaps self-reflect?

      Right. HHR is the land of forgiveness. I am sorry that people do not grasp a very critical point. I do not support wokeness. You will not find a single post where I did and jason was tasked with finding it. I do not agree that turning off the tv or no longer drinking soda will change anything. If turning off the tv worked, the NFL boycott would not be entering its 5th season without results. I like actions and not gestures.

    921. Bitterlaw says:

      This is why I think he should abandon his run for Congress. He doesn’t represent true conservatives. Either that or run on a platform where he acknowledges he’s ok with people being woke, as it’s not an important issue to him.

      Read my thousands of posts going back to June or July of 2004. Read my election materials going back to 2002. If you want to read my high school and college newspaper columns going back to 1984, you can find them. I am and have always been a conservative. If you come up with something that works rather than boycotts that clearly do not (5 years of the NFL boycott brought about no change – ask Jason who still bitches about the NFL) let me know.

    922. Wes says:

      With Hollywood leaving GA and now this…

      https://www.foxnews.com/politics/warnock-admits-email-false-information-georgia-voting

      Raphael Warnock may see his .8% victory in January shift into a Lincoln-style lopsided defeat in 19 months.

    923. Tgca says:

      941

      Refusing to contribute revenue to a company is an action and not a gesture.

      You seem not to understand that you enable this continued woke behavior of companies and athletes because they see you as a source of revenue and not as someone boycotting their product.

      If everyone tired of woke messages supported a boycott, they would receive the message loud and clear and altar their behavior but you’re too selfish to do that so you have to live with the criticism by those that do boycott.

    924. Bitterlaw says:

      If everyone tired of woke messages supported a boycott, they would receive the message loud and clear and altar their behavior but you’re too selfish to do that so you have to live with the criticism by those that do boycott.

      Sure. lisab tossed out the dog treat of the 17% decline in NFL ratings. It’s really working. 5 years in and the NFL just added a 17th game to the regular season. Keep it up, Tgca. By 2025, there will be a 20 game regular season (assuming players survive games 18-20). Maybe you should reflect on a new tactic. By the way, I down own any jerseys. Any guy over the age of 12 wearing a jersey looks ridiculous.

    925. jason says:

      Keep it up, Tgca. By 2025, there will be a 20 game regular season

      Woke football works!

      And Bitter supports it!

      what else is new?

    926. jason says:

      “I do not support wokeness”

      Liar!

    927. Bitterlaw says:

      So again, though her death is sad, accept it and focus on the good things in her life, not the bad. I think she would appreciate that more.

      Dead is dead. The night before she did it she told my sister and dad she was planning it. Wise move. An old man with dementia and a woman with a lifelong brain injury. They wouldn’t stop her. Even though she would call and text me when she was assaulted or was drunk on the side of the road or for any other disaster in her life, she did not call me. That can never be undone.

      I am planning on something for people who have lost people to let others know how great their loved ones were despite the pain. Unfortunately, it will probably be on FB because it would have a greater audience and I am too stupid to learn Twitter or Tik Tok or whatever else gets invented in the next 10 minutes and I am sure that will be condemned here.

    928. jason says:

      Bitterlaw,

      With all due respect, blow it out your arse!”

      I finally have to agree with NYC on something.

      Bitter’s denials that he doesn’t wokeness after hundreds of posts supporting wokeness is just so far removed from any shred of reality that it is just ridiculous.

    929. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason supports Democrats by not voting.

    930. Bitterlaw says:

      Bitter’s denials that he doesn’t wokeness after hundreds of posts supporting wokeness is just so far removed from any shred of reality that it is just ridiculous.

      Then post one of these posts and not your view or interpretation or translation or GFY. Lectures from somebody who does not know the meaning of the word NEVER are hilarious.

    931. Tgca says:

      948

      If you find that cathartic, then that’s a positive way to deal with your loss and a great way to remember a loved one.

      Many people find many ways to cope with loss that can be therapeutic over time.

      People cope differently with loss.

    932. Bitterlaw says:

      Many people find many ways to cope with loss that can be therapeutic over time.

      I don’t cope. I will try to do something that might help others but there is nothing that can change how I feel and how I failed. Dead is dead and even if I somehow kept others from following her path, there is no redemption.

    933. Bitterlaw says:

      It’s times like these I wish I had a drinking problem. Amazing that I didn’t get that.

    934. Bitterlaw says:

      Have a good night. Say whatever you want. It doesn’t really matter.

    935. Tgca says:

      Ok. Bitter is gone for the night.

      Everybody repeat after me.

      Bitter is a WOKE METROSEXUAL!

      We need to update “The Metrosexual” song to a 2021 English version for Bitter.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O87IcJrU1o

    936. jason says:

      I offered you the last word.

      But you don’t want it.

    937. jason says:

      And Bitter did not fail his niece. He could not have stopped her death anymore than he could have cured her if she had a brain tumor.

      He needs to stop torturing himself about it.

      Maybe that is why he wants to keep arguing this wokeness st-ff forever. It is therapy.

    938. Bitterlaw says:

      I offered you the last word.

      But you don’t want it.

      GFY

    939. Tgca says:

      960

      I guess when Bitter says “good night and say whatever you want, it really doesn’t matter”, then that is like his version of NEVER not really meaning NEVER.

      So:

      “good night” doesn’t really mean “good night.”

      “Say whatever you want, it does not really matter” does “really matter.”

    940. jason says:

      Ok so we can move on.

    941. Wes says:

      Here’s something non-political and hilarious for you guys:

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YGEvvqWt-Us

    942. NYCmike says:

      “Jason supports Democrats by not voting.”

      -Agreed.

    943. NYCmike says:

      He may need more coffee cups.

    944. NYCmike says:

      #938 – Bruce,

      You are probably right.

      Hope all is well!

    945. NYCmike says:

      I see Coach Pop and Doc Rivers are back on their soapboxes…….and players and teams are using an unfortunate event to not do their jobs….so pathetic.

      And then there are the voters who are actually swayed by this b*llsh*t, which is even more embarrassing.

      Unfortunately, I see a lot of grief will come down on innocent families as the mob goes after them randomly and without reason….I pray it isn’t anyone I know, or any of you and yours.

    946. jason says:

      “Jason supports Democrats by not voting.”

      Famous ancient Chinese proverb, I think it might be Confucius:

      “If you surrender to woke culture you can’t whine about anyone else not voting”

    947. Bitterlaw says:

      I can’t believe Jason never heard the Amish expression:

      “A man who has been told repeatedly GFY should suck it for variety.”

    948. jason says:

      You sound like you speak from experience, will take your word for it.

    949. jason says:

      Good news for wafer lovers!

      BIDEN: “Taking care of elderly parents and kids with disabilities so people can go to work is investing in infrastructure.”

      “Chips like the one I have here, these chips, these wafers, are batteries, broadband — it’s all infrastructure.”

    950. jason says:

      This is good news for Bitter. There will be no shortage of communion wafers at Mass.

      It is good news for Tgca too, since organic bark flour chips are now considered infrastructure too.

      I am hoping llamas make the infrastructure list so I can get a new barn.

    951. Phil says:

      Actually, llamas and a new barn would be a lot closer to infrastructure than the garbage they are claiming to be infrastructure. Biden and his friends are such a joke.

      BTW, Anyone heard a word of pushback on this ridiculous bill from our Republicans in the Senate? Thune? Cornyn? How about Boehner or is he too busy trashing conservatives on his book tour? Lol. Crickets, baby! Yet people like Jason and myself are supposed to feel guilty about “surrendering” and not voting for these worthless establishment Republicans. Worthless pukes the lot of them.

    952. jason says:

      I am sure Pat Toomey is too busy thinking up of another way to demonize law abiding gun owners to worry about the fact the Dems have just declared that anything they want can be considered infrastructure.

    953. jason says:

      Brooklyn Center Chaos: City Manager Fired for Saying Cop Entitled to Due Process”

      Normal.

    954. Phil says:

      Yeah, Toomey is a busy boy. BTW, has Nikki put out any more tweets over the last couple of nights reminding us of our white privilege and and reminding us of how guilty we should all feel for our skin color? I love our Republican leaders. I think I’ll run out and volunteer my services in the local Republican voter registration drive.

    955. Phil says:

      Due process? What’s that?

    956. Wes says:

      Ah, yes.

      The party that screams about voter disenfranchisement flagrantly disenfranchises voters:

      https://freebeacon.com/politics/virginia-shuts-down-elections-site-ahead-of-key-republican-deadline-on-key-republican-deadline/

      Republicans should howl about this.

    957. Phil says:

      Yes, Wes. They should.

      …..don’t hold your breath, however.

      So, what’s your take on pat McCrory’s senate run? Personally, I like Walker. McCrory seems like stale goods.

    958. jason says:

      No more policing or incarceration.

      Said by a member of congress, Rep. Tlaib

      “It wasn’t an accident. Policing in our country is inherently & intentionally racist.

      Daunte Wright was met with aggression & violence. I am done with those who condone government funded murder.

      No more policing, incarceration, and militarization. It can’t be reformed.”

      Normal.

    959. jason says:

      has Nikki put out any more tweets over the last couple of nights reminding us of our white privilege and and reminding us of how guilty we should all feel for our skin color?”

      I am sure she will have one soon stating that if you are not woke like her, you are a racist.

    960. jason says:

      I think I’ll run out and volunteer my services in the local Republican voter registration drive.”

      Why? Everything is normal. Nothing can be done about it.

      It is now ok to say we should have no police or jails. No, not said by an Antifa anarchist, but by a member of congress.

    961. Wes says:

      I have no problem with McCrory, Phil. Walker seems to be putting the most effort in right now just as Thom Tillis did in 2014. I’ll support Walker in the primary, but if McCrory wins, I’ll devote plenty of time to electing him.

    962. Phil says:

      Yeah, let’s do away with police and incarceration. Great idea…..at the same time I’m with Toomey and the gun grabbers. Perfect.

    963. jason says:

      Yes, great formula, no police or jails, only criminals allowed to have guns.

      Normal.

    964. jason says:

      Only 2.9% Of Harvard Faculty Are Conservative.”

      Normal.

    965. Phil says:

      That high?

    966. Bitterlaw says:

      I asked Dave for a new thread. Post quickly if you want to grab the rare M post.

    967. Phil says:

      So the feds have slammed on the breaks on the Johnson and Johnson vaccine over 6 clotting issues in 7,000,000 doses.

      The virus is killing 800 a day.

      Makes perfect sense.

    968. NYCmike says:

      “The virus is killing 800 a day.”

      -Not to be callous, but just to get some sense of perspective…….HOW MANY PEOPLE die every day in this country, from all causes?

    969. jason says:

      Here is the logic. If you cut down on vaccines, you will have more cases and thus you can have more lockdowns.

    970. Phil says:

      Tons die daily from many causes. I just don’t get why bureaucrats are halting the vaccine when it is going to statistically save a helluva lot more than it will kill. Less than one in a million get this condition with the vaccine and we don’t know how many of those are a result of the vaccine since 5 in a million normally get the condition anyway.

      It’s nuts. My wife and I got the J&J vaccine 33 days ago.

      Moronic.

    971. Phil says:

      991

      Bingo. Exactly what I was thinking, Jason.

    972. Cash Cow TM says:

      You all can stop looking for Walt’s stimulus checks.

      They were direct deposited.

    973. jason says:

      Deaths last week

      Ischemic heart disease 10,7241
      COVID-19 6,1162
      Tracheal, bronchus, and lung cancer 3,965
      Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 3,766
      Stroke 3,643
      Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias 2,768
      Chronic kidney disease 2,057
      Colon and rectum cancer 1,616
      Lower respiratory infections 1,575
      Diabetes mellitus 1,495

    974. jason says:

      COVID was 6,116

    975. jason says:

      Heart disease 10,724

    976. jason says:

      Trying again

      Deaths last week

      Ischemic heart disease 10,724
      COVID-19 6,116
      Tracheal, bronchus, and lung cancer 3,965
      Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 3,766
      Stroke 3,643
      Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias 2,768
      Chronic kidney disease 2,057
      Colon and rectum cancer 1,616
      Lower respiratory infections 1,575
      Diabetes mellitus 1,495

    977. jason says:

      M?

    978. lisab says:

      how many from wokeness?

    979. jason says:

      Nooooooo….

    980. Phil says:

      Well, that puts things in perspective.

      We can’t have that.

    981. jason says:

      Where is Diamond Jim to swoop in for the M?

    982. NYCmike says:

      “how many from wokeness?”

      -Just 1…..the death of a PA political campaign!

      ZING!

      Come on Bitterlaw, I am rooting for you!

    983. jason says:

      “In the latest Project Veritas sting video, CNN Technical Director Charlie Chester admits that his network used “propaganda” in an effort to ensure that President Donald Trump lost the 2020 election. Chester takes credit for Trump’s loss and confesses that the network created at least one story that was “all speculation” in order to defeat the president. He also says that as soon as the COVID-19 pandemic tapers off, CNN plans to “milk” climate alarmism for all it’s worth.

      “Look what we did, we [CNN] got Trump out. I am 100% going to say it, and I 100% believe that if it wasn’t for CNN, I don’t know that Trump would have got voted out,” Chester tells the Project Veritas undercover journalist in the sting video. “I came to CNN because I wanted to be a part of that.”

      The director discusses at least one situation where CNN intentionally crafted a story questioning Trump’s health, a story that amounted to “propaganda.”

      The president’s “hand was shaking or whatever, I think. We brought in so many medical people to tell a story that was all speculation — that he was neurologically damaged, and he was losing it,” Chester recalls. “He’s unfit to — you know, whatever.”

      “We were creating a story there that we didn’t know anything about. That’s what — I think that’s propaganda,” he confesses.

      On the contrary, the CNN director explains that this network intentionally put Joe Biden in a good light, suggesting there were no questions about the Democrat’s health.

      “We would always show shots of him [Biden] jogging and that [he’s] healthy, you know, and him in aviator shades. Like you paint him as a young geriatric,” Chester says.

      Chester admits that the CNN office has “fatigue” about the COVID-19 pandemic. “So, like whenever a new story comes up, they’re going to latch onto it.”

      Normal.

    984. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason suffers from Premature Enumeration.

    985. Tgca says:

      Ouch!

      Jus released from Project Veritas.

      CNN director on tape admitting how CNN makes up stories and how they had focus to get rid of Trump harping on things not true and prop up Biden by trying to make him look more energetic and younger appearing.

      He actually states more than once they used propaganda and that it was a CNN goal to get rid of Trump.

      He mentioned now that Trump is gone and Covid is dying out, they’ve been told to now play up global warming 24/7 and to sell fear. He says fear actually sells in news.

      I expect he will be fired by the end of the day.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/james-okeefe-strikes-again-the-cnn-motherload/

    986. lisab says:

      doxing and releasing personal information in general will be a big problem for people

      just imagine if amazon decided to release buying habits of politicians they don’t like

    987. NYCmike says:

      “I expect he will be fired by the end of the day.”

      -And get hired at some other leftist organization, for more money and more power.

    988. Tgca says:

      1007

      Jadon suffers from premature enumeration?

      Hmmm…

      Do we expect Jadon to come back and betray Bitter’s confidence in him and say Bitter confided that:

      Bitter suffers from premature ej…

    989. Tgca says:

      Tlaib should be censured.

      A sitting CongressCritter accused a police officer of murder today! Without any facts. Judge and jury!

      In addition, this whack job called for getting rid of police and incarceration.

      These are the people who are supposed to uphold the Constitution? Really?

      So let all the rapists out of jail onto the street to rape women knowing there will be no police to stop them.

      What a complete IDIOT!

      Maybe if her son is the victim of one of these heinous criminals she can explain to him “how mommy was responsible but he’ll just need to suck it up” as she mass distributes fundraising solicitations to capitalize on violence against her spawn.

    990. jason says:

      “I expect he will be fired by the end of the day.”

      Better offer at MSNBC.

    991. Tgca says:

      I don’t think any of the lefty media will hire him if they feel he betrayed them by bragging.

      He will be seen as a useful idiot so no need to hire him when they have many other useful idiots out there who did not get caught.

    992. Tgca says:

      Skanky lib teacher who berated students gets suspended. Yay! Now fire the Bish!

      She had to apologize after complaints to principal for berating him and calling him a moron. Students complained they had to shift their beliefs to hers or their grades were lowered. The student she berated was a straight A student who was downgraded in her clsss to a B grade after the incident but when they complained to principal she changed grade back to A stating it was a computer glitch.

      2nd link gives more details to her behavior as reported by parents and other students and that she was fired from another school in 2013 for supposedly bad behavior.

      https://nypost.com/2021/04/13/california-teacher-suspended-for-berating-students/

      https://www.wnd.com/2021/04/come-teacher-dares-parents-complain-remote-teaching/

    993. Tgca says:

      Dave W.

      Please start a new thwed!

      …or otherwise I will not post at HHR anymore…

      …to mock our resident metrosexual Bitter…

      ….or to provide tasty tofu recipes for everyone’s enjoyment.

      It hurts my finger to scroll all the way down with my joint disease.

      Thank you!

      The EXPERT

    994. Tgca says:

      I can’t wait for Dave W. to start another thread to post this critical political information…

      …though it is challenging my hands to scroll down 1,017 posts…

      …but I will endure this discomfort to bring HHR the latest critical political news ASAP.

      Democrat Governor likes to grab crotches… Secret settlement with male staffer…

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/democrat-governor-likes-to-grab-crotches-secret-settlement-with-male-staffer/

    995. jason says:

      NCAA Confirms It Will Not Stage Championship Events in States Defending Girls-Only Sports”

      Normal.

    996. lisab says:

      “NCAA Confirms It Will Not Stage Championship Events in States Defending Girls-Only Sports”

      ————————–
      what could go wrong?

      https://a.scpr.org/i/0d68e80c19231d980c2c367ca3bdd2e2/57094-full.jpg

    997. jason says:

      6 people MAY have blood clots out of 6.8 million vaccinated with the J&J vaccine.

      Meanwhile:

      “Car crashes kill 124 people per million every year, yet we issue driver’s licenses to nearly everyone over 16. Never mind that we even give people second and third chances after DWIs. Just think of all the lives we could save if we just banned driving altogether!

      You’re also much more likely to drown than get a mere blood clot from the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. Ten Americans in 1 million die from drowning each year. The number would be much greater than that if we looked only at people who swim on a given day. Should we ban swimming?

      Let’s take a look at what the FDA expressly endorses. Acetaminophen (also known as the brand Tylenol) is one of the most widely used drugs in the country, available over the counter, yet, it also sends 50,000 Americans to the emergency room each year for acute liver failure — that is, roughly 154 in 1 million. And again, the number would be much greater if we took as our denominator only those who take acetaminophen. Yet, anyone of any age can buy this drug.”

    998. lisab says:

      “NCAA Confirms It Will Not Stage Championship Events in States Defending Girls-Only Sports”
      ————————————————
      i suppose they could split into different leagues instead on on gender lines, i.e. have a triple A, double A and class A league, etc.,

      and then let players find their own level regardless of gender. then most of the AAA would be men, AA would be mostly men, some trans women and some of the top women, and then A would be mostly women and the weaker trans women and men.

    999. lisab says:

      it seems very unsportsmanlike for a 50 year old 6’6″ 220 pound navy veteran to play on a woman’s basketball team, where most of the women on the team are about 5’6″.

    1000. Tgca says:

      New thwed Bishes!

      I put the fear into David W. I see per my post in 1017.