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    McAuliffe Leads Two New Polls in VA

    Two new polls in the last couple days in the state of Virginia have the gubernatorial race at a 3% and 4% lead for Terry McAuliffe. The polls come from The Washington Post/George Mason and Emerson College.

    GOVERNOR-VIRGINIA (WaPo/George Mason)
    Terry McAuliffe (D) 50%
    Glenn Youngkin (R) 47%

    GOVERNOR-VIRGINIA (Emerson)
    Terry McAuliffe (D) 49%
    Glenn Youngkin (R) 45%

    The WaPo/Mason poll was done September 7-13 among 728 likely while the Emerson poll was done September 13-14 among 778 likely voters.

    Posted by Dave at 10:56 pm
    Filed under: General | Comments (383)

    383 Responses to “McAuliffe Leads Two New Polls in VA”

    1. Tgca says:

      Uno Bebe! Uno!

    2. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      This tweet did not age well; but when it happened just let a General take the blame.

      There are unconfirmed reports the Taliban provided the target location to the U.S.

      President Biden
      @POTUS, August 28
      United States government official
      “I said we would go after the group responsible for the attack on our troops and innocent civilians in Kabul, and we have. My full statement on the strike that U.S. forces took last night against the terrorist group ISIS-K in Afghanistan: https://whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/

    3. Tina says:

      Yikes.

      The Hill
      @thehill
      · 18m
      Only 29 percent say US is headed in right direction http://hill.cm/Q0mZT0W

    4. Tgca says:

      This was the slide presented at the FDA meeting where they voted 16 to 3 against the Pfizer booster shots slapping down Biden’s promise to get them out the door soon. Evidently, he’s not following the science.

      There have also been concerns that Pfizer did a small participant study in its booster study and did not weight the participants properly across various age and health issue groups.

      I read a few months ago how the number of reported vaccines issues at VAERS for Covid was off the charts compared to other vaccines but this is very illustrative of how bad it is.

      In the 10-year period, 2011 thru 2020, there were a reported 1,557 deaths from all vaccines but that jumped to 7,662 in just 2021 driven by Covid vaccines. That’s a 400% increase in one year from the cumulative total of 10 years or a 5,000% increase over the average annual yearly amount in the last 10 years.

      The reported issues at VAERS averaged 39,000 per year over that same period for a total cumulative of about 393,000. In 2021, the annual reported issues jumped to 522,000 which is over a 1,200% increase of the annual average during that period.

      These are astronomical numbers and should give pause to anyone why these vaccines need further long-term studies before FORCING them on people.

      https://archive.md/iOlEC/16928c15cabb4ac5709be71a442c9a701675eb1e.jpg

    5. Tgca says:

      Now it’s being reported that on a vote of 18 to 0, the FDA approved the Pfizer booster for ONLY those 65+. So the booster is not available for those under 65?

      This does not seem like science to me. It seems more like politics or fear of what might happen to a specific group.

      My gut feeling tells me this is more political because historically the percentage of all Covid deaths has been around 80% in one group, the 65+ crowd. I think they’re willing to risk it with this booster that the death rate does not continue climbing because with 4.5 months to go before the end of January, and the cumulative Covid deaths near 700,000 today, that it can climb to over 800,000 or 900,000 with the waning vax immunity, winter season approaching, and various danger of the variants, and that would mean more deaths under Biden with a vax than Trump without a vax during equal periods of about 11 months each.

      That would be devastating for his poll numbers.

      Look for the Biden admin to start referring to the vaccines as the Trump vaccines if the vaccinated still get infected by large numbers and get severely sick or die due to waning immunity.

      https://www.foxnews.com/health/fda-panel-pfizer-covid-19-vaccine-booster

    6. Tgca says:

      1st time EVAH!

      FIRST TIME EVER: France Recalls Ambassadors From U.S. After Biden Stabs Them in the Back

      Now what did Biden brag about Europeans telling him about they’re happy America is Back!!!

      https://trendingpolitics.com/france-recalls-ambassadors-from-us-crugg/

    7. Pitchaboy says:

      Tgca:
      1. The ability to mount an anamnestic response and T cell mediated attack wanes with age and when immunocompromised.
      2. The breadth of these responses is crucial when a virus mutates and shifts it’s antigenic structure.
      These are the fundamental reasons for their recommendations. It is science, but, one that does not suit your agenda, I think.

    8. Tgca says:

      7 Pitch

      I sense you’re arrogant. “I’m a doctor God complex” in your response so I’ll educate you, especially since I’ve had some experience with doctors like you in the past.

      My undergrad training is probably equivalent or surpasses yours in the sciences. I studied not only physics and mathematics but took numerous and extra courses before graduating with minor in the biological sciences such as biology, chemistry, genetics, molecular genetics, anatomy, drugs and the body, nutrition, etc. so I think I have a basic understanding of science, including mRNA which is a basic concept taught in undergrad anatomy. I also did a research paper for extra credit on immunology and RNA viruses, specifically, HIV during the AIDS crisis and spent many hours in education libraries sifting through data that I presented and referenced…and I’ve been an avid science reader for years with probably over 200+ books in my 1,000+ book library consisting of many college texts in the biological sciences as well.

      I don’t profess to be a doctor but one doesn’t have to be a medical doctor to understand statistics on medical issues.

      So please spare us the “I’m a doctor” speech with your basic points that most already know about ageing and immunity.

      I don’t know what kind of doctor you are, where you went to school, or where you practice but people that do self- education on medical issues to supplement their personal experiences are in a much better position than blindly following the recommendations of doctors, whom by the way, as you know, are OFTEN wrong and make mistakes just like every other profession.

      My view of the world is that in any profession you are going to find 10% that are superior, 80% that fall in the middle at varying levels and are not superstars but are generally more than adequate to get the job done routinely and 10% that are inferior in their work.

      I don’t know where you fall but from your comments but it doesn’t seem like you have the open mind to consider other possibilities outside what you’re taught to think in your profession so I doubt it’s in the higher 10%.

      You remind me of a poster we had here years ago that lectured us all on the science of polling and made predictions that were significantly off and later determined to have missed basic qualifications that could have better served him but was pretty much ridiculed and unfortunately driven from HHR because he no longer had credibility.

    9. Tina says:

      Eric Matheny ?
      @EricMMatheny
      ·
      14h
      The left was angrier about Trump killing Qasem Soleimani than they are about Biden killing 7 Afghan children.

    10. Tgca says:

      Pitch

      I will also give you some examples of incompetency of doctors I experienced in my life, and I’ve heard many horror stories from others I know too, as well as what I’ve read over the years, and why you should not just take them at their word because OFTEN they are wrong.

      My brother had a small lump in his back and went to a doctor who told him it was just a cyst and he could have it lanced at some point but nothing to worry about. It later grew to the size of a baseball and turned out to be a lymphoma tumor that metastasized that took his life at 23.

      I had a doctor misdiagnose me in college for a minor skin outbreak and have me on medicine that never seemed to work and so I stopped taking it and found out a few years later by seeing another specialist in San Francisco that I had been misdiagnosed and had it appropriately treated and it went away.

      I went to ER a few times when I could not breathe and doctors did all tests and told me it was anxiety which made no sense as I have never been one to worry and worked for decades stressful 70+ hour weeks. I guess that was just code for “we don’t know so we’ll assume it’s something common” so we can get on with our work of misdiagnosing other patients.

      After ruling out heart and lung disease with a number of specialists and invasive tests for recurring breathing issues, I went to gastroenterologist on the recommendation of my cardiologist to ensure it was not related to esophageal disease which can cause similar symptoms and he tried to tell me it was anxiety too and had me on medication that made me nervous and jittery all the time.

      I had to force the gastro doctor to do an endoscopy because he kept saying after a couple follow-up visits it was unnecessary and lo and behold the idiot came back and told me it was a good thing we did the procedure as he identified some issues that required treatment to lesson the symptoms so I stopped the unnecessary medication he prescribed that impacted brain chemistry and gave me the constant jitters. I subsequently went to top gastro and ENT doctors at research hospitals in big cities, as well as immunologists and partially identified additional issue which has to do with nerve damage and potential auto immune and nothing to do with what the 1st gastro diagnosed, as those were symptoms and not the cause.

      I had both an orthopedic surgeon and physiatrist look at my MRI history of my spinal disease I suffered from since my 20s tell me there’s really nothing to do and suggested avoiding surgery as long as possible when I was having nerve and balancing issues. This made no sense to tell a person with balancing and dizziness that it’s no big deal so again I sought out highly respected specialists and found that the bones were going into my spine that would have left me crippled sooner or later and potentially damage my ability to breath on my own and so I ended up in a number of surgeries to correct spine and nerve damage, and unfortunately I have been left with some permanent nerve damage from both tje disease and long-term effects if the surgical procedure which are often unavoidable depending where they have to cut and reconstruct.

      …and as my ortho surgeon told me, a great deal of his work is fixing what others doctors mess up, as he is a top ortho surgeon in his field specialized in certain spinal surgeries and teaching advanced procedures.

      So there’s just some examples of why doctors should not just be trusted and like any profession, should be questioned when things either make no sense or don’t go as planned.

    11. Pitchaboy says:

      Tgca: your response is indeed humble. I did no undergraduate studies. I joined medical school at the age of 14. I have been in the field before you were a concept, in all likelihood. I appreciate all the hard work you put in: I just didn’t need them. Pardon my arrogance.

    12. Tgca says:

      Finally, on medical doctors, and this may be unfair to say, but I’ve learned that often the best in their field are located in or near to big cities. In fact, this has been something a number of specialists recommended over the years as well because often these “country” doctors don’t have the relevant exposure to and experience with more complicated cases or they lack training, resources, and facilities to better diagnose and treat certain cases.

      If you’re dealing with a serious issues, you want good doctors. If you’re dealing with a cold or flu, or minor cuts and scrapes, any average doctor can assist.

      ..and lastly, though again it may be unfair to truly competent doctors, always be cautious of where your doctor came from too and their pedigree. Look up their information to ensure they don’t have credible complaints against them or are from some 3rd rank medical school.

    13. Tgca says:

      11

      No pardon necessary Pitch.

      Arrogance often goes with your profession so we just accept it. Kinda like we accept Hollywood and liberalism.

      It is what it is.

    14. Bitterlaw says:

      I sense you’re arrogant.

      Irony Meter explodes as he compares his study of science he does not actually use to Pitch’s medical training.

      Pitch is a mf-ing oncologist and has also treated COVID patients. People are actually still alive because of him.

      Tgca? He posts on a blog.

    15. Pitchaboy says:

      How does Penn followed by Pitt sound to you Tgca? Elite enough, Mr. Elitist?

    16. Bitterlaw says:

      Let’s just cut to the real question:

      Is the world better with the COVID vaccines or not?

      Tgca and Pitch have the floor.

    17. Bitterlaw says:

      Penn and Pitt are excellent schools. My daughter and money are currently attending Pitt.

      Pitch – Pitt has a beautiful urban campus.

    18. Pitchaboy says:

      Yep. By the way, Tgca, if you are in the Harrisburg area, you may catch me on abc27 next month

    19. Tgca says:

      Bitterlaw

      …and many patients may be dead because doctors have refused to treat patients with Ivermectin.

      …and many patients may be alive because doctors sought to treat them with Ivermectin at early stages.

      …and many people are alive due to firemen and police saving them.

      …and many people are dead due to false and misleading info on vaxes by the medical community.

      …and many more will die as corrupt lawyers seek to protect companies that mislead people.

      Just because someone is a doctor doesn’t mean they are good at what they do or are infallible anymore than that is the case for any profession. Even competent doctors make mistakes that cause people their lives. We know this from history, lawsuits, and statistics.

      You are simple- minded person incapable of anything beyond simple explanations and thoughts, perhaps why you fall into that lower 10% of inferior professionals previously noted.

    20. Pitchaboy says:

      Is Covid vaccine better than flu shot: absolutely
      Is it the next polio vaccine: no way

    21. Bitterlaw says:

      The question you refused to answer is whether the world is better with the COVID vaccine or not?

      And what exactly is your profession? You never say what you actually did other than being an EXPERT.

      Let’s put it to the HHR Jury:

      1. Who knows more about medicine and vaccines – Dr. Pitch or Tgca?

      2. If you were sick, would you rather be treated by Dr. Pitch or Tgca?

    22. Tgca says:

      16. Bitter

      Again, you are simple-minded and don’t understand the premise of the issue. Why don’t you let the intelligent adults handle this one and you can go back to Snapchatting. Deal?

      No one is debating whether vaccines help reduce Covid deaths for those at high risk. I think Pitch and I agree on that.

      The issue was that many countries around the world are successfully using Ivermectin to treat early stage Covid illness but the US has been reluctant to consider that treatment because bureaucrats will neither consider studying it or immediately dismisses it.

      This is the same approach Dr. Fow-chee took to AIDS research early on and insisting on focusing only on drugs like AZT that had vast negative impacts on AIDS patients and ravaged their bodies even further. Now these days, the more successful treatment of AIDS is with various cocktail of drugs that some were trying to get Fow-chee and company to consider during the AIDS crisis.

      I wonder how many people have died because of Dr. Fow-chee due to his stubbornness just like how many of the elderly unnecessarily died due to Cuomo and his so-called medical experts recommending sending sick elderly into nursing homes or how many may have contracted Covid and died when the mayor of NYC and his medical team defied common sense in an effort to halt spreading the disease reduced train availability in NYC which most likely only spread it more because it only packed more people on trains.

      I know you’re incapable of thinking rationally but hopefully you’ll learn something from the adults.

    23. Tgca says:

      21

      That was not the question we were debating. You’re putting up fake issues.

      You don’t have to be a medical professional to interpret and understand statistics. That was the issue. Most statisticians gather and report on data they are not expert in. Actuaries are experts in gathering statistics on deaths and illnesses and trained in mathematics and not medicine but their stats are the products that the medical community rely upon.

      Using your simple-minded approach, that suggests people outside their practicing profession cannot have an opinion so I goes Pitch should not post here anymore because this is site catered to polls and analysis of political issues and what would a doctor know about that?

      Of course I don’t believe that but you’re idiotic small brain suggests that in your own posts.

      Again, you prove your simple-mindedness.

    24. Tgca says:

      21

      HHR jury:

      Is a discussion of the treatment protocol using Ivermectin used successfully around the world mean that we should not consider it in the US because many, not all, US doctors and almost all US bureaucrats have not widely studied or treated with it?

    25. Tina says:

      I think the problem with Dr. Fraudci and Dr, briquette is that they failed to come up with effective treatments during the HIV crisis in the 1980s.

      They are both hacks and love death.

    26. Bitterlaw says:

      So you are an actuary?

      Since you mentioned Snapchat, did you text your 2 friends?

      You should express your opinions. I dismiss those opinions regarding medicine when compared to those of Dr. Pitch. Both can be true.

      22 You agree that the vaccines help reduce COVID deaths for those in high risk groups but constantly criticize the vaccines. The vaccines did not deliver as hoped but they have been beneficial to many but not all.

    27. Tgca says:

      Hey HHR jury:

      Do you agree just because you’re trained or study something that means other views are not permissible or reliable on that subject matter?

      If so, do you agree that AOC with her degree in economics from top school like Boston University should be sought out for her expertise in economics without questioning her recommendations?

      What about lefty journalist Paul Krugman who won a Nobel Prize in economics for trade patterns? Should his views be implemented without question because he won a prestigious prize?

      What about Obama teaching a part-time class in Constitutional Law though he neither practiced it or had publish on it or argued any cases before courts? Should he not be considered an authority on Constitutional Law where we accept he must be correct on the issues since he’s an expert?

      What about the Clintons and Joe Biden, all lawyers? Should we just accept their legal recommendations because they have knowledge and training others don’t on issues impacting legality of…well anything?

      What about Trump, international man of business? Should we accept him on all business and trade issues since he built a International business brand and has done business all over the world? Should we accept his business and trade recommendations without question?

      Please let us know so we can get back to Bitter’s small-minded view of the world. You know, the guy who for years argued that depression is not a medical issue and its just a sign of weakness.

    28. lisab says:

      The nominees for Taliban Employee of the Year are,

      Mullah Muhammad Hassan
      Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar
      Sirajuddin Haqqani
      Joe Biden

      And the Award for Taliban Employee of the Year goes to, Joe Biden!

    29. Tina says:

      We have a problem now.

      Intelligence agencies

      Fib

      Us military

      President/gop-e (Rinos)

      All weak and owned by China.

    30. Tgca says:

      26

      I criticize the vaccines as the Holy Grail of science that will keep us safe and the only way to combat this pandemic, especially since numerous studies and reports are showing it can have severe consequences for some and unknown long-term issues.

      I also agree they currently offer protection to those at very high risk to reduce death.

      Both can be true.

      That has always been the point of myself and others here. I do not re all anyone here saying they were against vaccines as an option to combat the pandemic. They are against it being the ONLY option and mandates for a disease that has an overall 99.7% survival rate with little to no medical intervention required for most.

    31. lisab says:

      Biden Has Biggest Rally Ever At Del Rio

    32. Tina says:

      Where is the lame, gop leadership?

      Quote Tweet

      The Hill
      @thehill
      · 19h
      .@PentagonPresSec on the Aug. 29 drone strike: “Things that I said obviously have not turned out to be correct. It was done in as good faith and effort as possible to be as transparent as we could with what we knew at the time.”

    33. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzzzz. Don’t broaden the discussion. I am referring only to your opinions regarding medicine as opposed to the opinions of Dr. Pitch.

    34. Tgca says:

      I think the rush on vaccines as being the Holy Grail is similar to thalidomide used in the late 50s and early 60s for pregnant women. The US ignored concerns from other countries about that specific a couple years into it and continued with its use until many babies were born with defects, some severely. I have actually met some folks who were those babies.

      I am always concerned about a rush to judgment by the scientific community or anyone.

      I am ok if people are very ill and dying and willing to accept the risk because any chance is better than no chance.

      I am against a blanket bureaucratic approach that treats inquiries into the scientific issue as ignorance or “you just don’t understand” or “trust me I’m a doctor/scientist” approaches.

      Many people follow blindly, I do not.

    35. Bitterlaw says:

      https://genesiustimes.com/biden-draws-his-largest-rally-ever-in-del-rio-texas/

      Lisab could just post the links instead of pretending they are her thoughts.

    36. Tgca says:

      33

      Why is Pitch’ opinion on medicine any different than an opion from a lawyer about the law, or a corporate business man on trade policy or an economist on the economy?

      There are divergent opinions on medical treatment of Covid around the world and the fact that a scientific paper was just published in a major medical journal recommending the US consider using ivermectin as treatment option as many other countries do is proof positive that not all doctors agree on the issue.

      In the US, doctors are being forced fed into certain practices they don’t agree with and hospitals are experiencing issues because thousands of doctors and nurses are refusing the vaccines on medical grounds. Their opinions don’t count and only Pitch’s does?

      Sorry! This is not an issue that should be left to doctors alone since it’s a major public policy issue.

      If we have studies and reports showing concerns with Covid treatment, they should also be addressed.

      That has always been my point. It has never been to say we should not use vaccines. You just don’t seem to understand the details.

    37. Tgca says:

      For the record, I am not saying Pitch is wrong. I’m saying he should not assume that others do not know what they’re talking about or not have an opinion on certain issues because there are varying opinions on this very narrow issue we were discussing. Imagine if we told Pitch that as a doctor, his opinion on politics and policy are not valid so butt out.

      I am not saying I know more about treating patients under his medical discipline either because I don’t but I was trained in the sciences as an undergrad and have kept up on many readings of science issues over the years so I am trained sufficiently to read and grasp basic understanding and methodologies of the studies and reports out there as well. I was equally or closely trained as most pre-med students but chose to focus more on the analytical sciences.

      It doesn’t make me an EXPERT in them nor does it make me ignorant of key issues either.

      While you’re snap chatting away in any given night, I can be found reading or watching boring topics in the sciences and it’s what often keeps me up to the wee hours of the mornings while you’re sleeping on the couch dreaming about losing more games coaching.

    38. Tgca says:

      20

      I don’t disagree with you on that so that was never an issue here. Again, we were talking about Ivermectin studies and Covid treatment options.

    39. Tgca says:

      18. Pitch

      I’m not in PA area anymore. I glad to be far away from the northeast at this time. Though I’ve passed Harrisburg and held my breath a few times. :-‘

    40. Tgca says:

      15. Pitch

      Of course they’re good schools.

      But are you a good doctor? Even chitty doctors went to good schools. I’ll accept a note from your wife as evidence. 🙂

      Some of the dumbest people I’ve ever met attended Stanford University and Berkeley, two excellent schools.

      Success is often not as much as being intelligent as it is being detailed and good at what you do but pedigree can play a role in that as well.

    41. Pitchaboy says:

      And now this boring discussion got interesting. Is it possible Tgca that you don’t get as much traction on this issue as I have treated over 500 Covid patients just in the hospitals and a lot more in the office? Or is it because I run anticoagulant protocols for them and oversee monoclonal antibody treatments for them? Think about it.

    42. Pitchaboy says:

      You are absolutely entitled to opinions on matters of health; just not entitled to your own set of facts.

    43. Tgca says:

      42. Pitch

      Those are not my facts. Those are facts from reports and studies.

      Are you ignoring them and just relying on your personal experience?

      Are you open to that you may be incorrect compared to many doctors treating millions of patients across the world with success?

      If you say Ivermectin is not a responsive treatment for Covid, that is NOT a fact. It is your opinion.

      The paper I linked to reviewed numerous studies from around the world and recommend US doctors consider it as part of treatment protocol, and also further study it.

      You are but one lone doctor here voicing an opinion. It dies t make you right or wrong. It is an unproven opinion.

    44. lisab says:

      if i was pretending they were my quotes

      they would not be capitalized

      but you already knew that

    45. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “MOSCOW (AP) — Facing Kremlin pressure, Apple and Google on Friday removed an opposition-created smartphone app that tells voters which candidates are likely to defeat those backed by Russian authorities, as polls opened for three days of balloting in Russia’s parliamentary election.”

      So Russia joins China in being able to censor American tech, which takes it upon itself to censor Trump because he is a threat to American freedom.

    46. Tgca says:

      Here in FL they are reporting that 50% of monoclonal antibodies treatments are for those fully vaccinated that still got Covid.

      It seems to be an effective treatment at early to moderate stages it has been reported.

      DeSantis says FL was getting 70,000 of these treatment supplies weekly and it’s been cut in half by Biden so FL has now negotiated directly with the supplier for a similar product.

      FL has opened about 21 locations in the state for treatment and anyone can get it if needed.

    47. Tgca says:

      SDC

      Please STOP posting information or stating your opinion on Covid treatments.

      You are not qualified to do so.

      You have to be a medical doctor treating folks to offer a reliable opinion, otherwise you don’t know chit!

      Also, I noticed you reported on Big Tech in 45. Unless you work in the Big Tech industry please STOP posting on it as you would not be qualified to offer a reliable opinion unless you are trained in that discipline.

    48. Tgca says:

      LisaB

      Since you are a recognized Expert on all things gay so you can continue to post on all things gay.

      You can also continue to post on Bitter as well since you seem to be an authority on him and you are able to influence him to take action as needed like at school board meetings.

    49. Tgca says:

      Bitter is allowed to still post on anything related to workers comp but is subject to review by others since he may not be very qualified in that field because he keeps getting fired from his jobs I read here.

    50. Pitchaboy says:

      Monoclonal antibodies are modesty effective. Ivermectin failed RCTs. It is a great medication for worms. I will be getting my booster shortly. If I get Covid, monoclonal it is.

    51. Bitterlaw says:

      You would think an expert would know the difference between being laid off and being fired. I was not fired from any job.

      Everybody is free to express any opinion here on any subject. However, there is no free lunch and if you try to argue medicine with a doctor you are going to look foolish.

      Even though I hate Tgca and I doubt he is qualified, I recommend consulting on tax cases. I coach with a guy who is an actuary and CPA. He retired but now makes a lot as an expert witness.

    52. lisab says:

      Bitter is allowed to still post on anything related to workers comp
      ———————

      i think he is more qualified to post on unemployment benefits

    53. Pitchaboy says:

      By the way, Remdesevir stinks. Steroids and anticoagulants helped us through last year. Monoclonals now.

    54. lisab says:

      tgca,

      we should coordinate our chritmas shopping for bitter this year, we don’t want to buy him the same thing again

      do you want to get him a sweater this year?

      or how about a gift certificate to staples so he can get new business cards and such when he “changes jobs” again

    55. Bitterlaw says:

      Cash Cow – Please say happy birthday to Walt for me. Not sure how he keeps track billions of years later. I heard his first birthday was celebrated with a Big Bang,

    56. Tgca says:

      50

      So Pitch is on record that Ivermectin is not a reliable early Covid treatment. Good to know.

      So if further studies prove it useless, Pitch will be viewed as a reliable Expert but not an EXPERT of course.

      If the thousands of doctors using Ivermectin around the world are correct and later studies shows it was an effective treatment but NOT the only early treatment for Covid, then Pitch will lose all credibility and not be a reliable source for future medical input and probably be considered just another arrogant American doctor following FDA, NIH, and CDC bureaucrats regardless of what ACTUAL science says and it won’t be the 1st time American medical professionals have been in that situation.

      We will be anxiously awaiting.

      I am following the statistics here so if if Ivermectin fails, then so be it but as of today, statistics from numerous reports and studies show Ivermectin is promising option in treating early Covid.

      I think one always has to keep an open mind to other options because large bureaucratic organizations are known for group think. I see this in my own specialties.

    57. jason says:

      1. Who knows more about medicine and vaccines – Dr. Pitch or Tgca?

      2. If you were sick, would you rather be treated by Dr. Pitch or Tgca?”

      Zzzzz….

      Apples and oranges. Tgca has offered some compelling and undisputed facts about vaccines based on available information.

      Pitch is a physician that uses the available tools to treat patients to the best of his ability and according to what he thinks will produce the best outcome.

      Pitch has treated over 500 patients and certainly knows what works and what doesn’t. I am sure he keeps up with all the latest information and data.

      Does he know all the long term effects of the vaccine and exactly how long the protection lasts for each one and what is the exact benefit of the vaccine versus natural immunity on low risk populations? I doubt anyone does.

      I took the vaccine. Would I take it if I was 24 and healthy? Absolutely not. Would I allow my children under 18 to take it? Absolutely not. Even if 100 great doctors told me differently I think there is enough evidence out there that would at least make my position reasonable.

    58. Pitchaboy says:

      Ivermectin has failed two RCTs. Reports of its effectiveness is from anecdotes around the world. Jason’s point is right. The bang for the buck with this vaccine is for the elderly and immunocompromised. The rest are for building herd immunity to reduce chances of ugly mutations

    59. Tgca says:

      51

      I qualified my statement with what I read here which is that you can’t seem to keep a job. I’m not sure if that’s accurate or not but it’s what I saw posted at HHR.

      As for tax, I haven’t actively done it since the 90s so I do not consider myself a tax Expert. Though I come across tax issues often and understand the concepts, tax rules often change so to be a true Expert in tax, one must be actively practicing or living it. I rarely ever read the Code and Regs and I certainly don’t follow the Tax Court rulings though I may occasionally read a case or two if I find it of great interest, but even then, it’s usually at the appellate or SCOTUS level. I’ve spent hundreds of hours reading court cases on Tax and it’s not the most exciting thing.

      I did get half way through a Masters in Tax and abandoned it once I decided not to go to law school to be a tax attorney. My graduate tax classes were generally 50% attorneys working on their LLM in Tax since tax is nothing but the study of law basically and as long as a graduate tax program is taught by an attorney, which many are, then attorneys can get their LLM in Tax while non-attorneys are awarded an MS in Tax but both take the same exact curriculum in graduate tax program.

    60. Dylan says:

      Does anyone (physician or not) know how long it will LIKELY take Biden’s current dementia to progress to a level that cannot be hidden and/ or totally incapacitate him?

    61. Tgca says:

      57

      I don’t think there is any disagreement there.

      My issue is with the US claiming only it knows what is best when millions around the world have been treated with Ivermectin and thousands of doctors are reporting its effectiveness and numerous studies with a few thousand participants reviewed in a prestigious medical journal is recommending the US to use it as well.

      Now we can argue over these individual studies if they should be trusted or not but the scientists that reported on this claimed they did use appropriate review standards to review and validate data and tried to exclude data that did not meet their criteria.

      My point is if there is reliable information, we should consider further study. The US refuses to even consider more in-depth studies just as they have not done long term studies on these vaccines but preach as if they know everything about them and where the so-called medical experts have been embarrassingly wrong on what the vax can and can’t do and that’s a main reason why there is hesitancy to them by many.

      I know from personal experience where medical professionals would tell me or others that only surgery or prescriptions could reduce certain disease related symptoms and discount things like physical therapy, diet, and stress-relieving alternatives and they were wrong.

    62. Tgca says:

      58

      We’ve already said that numerous times in posts over the last couple of months so nothing new there. We all can agree on that but what we don’t know yet is if there are other alternative options and the long-term effects of any treatments. We do know from a reported WHO study years back that Ivermectin at certain dosages was determined to be safe even before Covid arrived on the scene.

      These vaccines NEVER did sufficient long-term studies in humans to say with confidence that they are reliably safe in the long run.

    63. Meldrim says:

      First of all, let me state the obvious: Pitch is a medical doctor with formal medical schooling and decades of medical experience, while Tgca is the product of ghetto schools and later accredited universities where he did not study medicine, but he reads a lot and likes to post on HHR. I think that I’lll go with what Pitch has to say regarding COVID-19, vaccines and related matters.

      But, Pitch, you mentioned that evidence of Ivermectin’s efficacy in treating symptoms of COVID is andcdotal, and that no clinical studies have found a link. Are you familiar with this international study? https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2052297521000883?via%3Dihub

      I’m a lawyer, not a medical doctor, but it seems to me like the evidence of Ivermectin’s efficacy is not merely anecdotal.

    64. Phil says:

      With my dad, Dylan, it progressed slowly at first and then seemed to accelerate. Everyone is different. The one constant is that it only gets worse as time goes on. Never levels off and certainly never gets better….gets worse and worse…..always progressing. Also, remember that with Biden, we are dealing with a guy who has had two brain aneurisms.

    65. Tgca says:

      60. Dylan

      Doctors seem to disagree on that as well so who knows?

      As some have wisely pointed out, it does appear Biden’s cognitive ability has decreased significantly but only a proper medical evaluation of him can tell for certain. Doctors should not be trying to diagnose the level of his condition via select images and videos they see in the media.

      However, if you go back and compare his public speaking 5 to 10 years, you clearly see there’s been a significant change.

      But does anyone really know what that means medically without a proper evaluation?

    66. Tgca says:

      Phil is correct. A number of my friends went through this with their parents. Some have seen dramatic change in a year while others were slower paced but the common factor seems to be that at some point, they all degrade quicker as they get get older but it varies by person.

      It’s a sad disease to see people waste away in that manner.

    67. jason says:

      Does anyone (physician or not) know how long it will LIKELY take Biden’s current dementia to progress to a level that cannot be hidden and/ or totally incapacitate him?”

      Frankly I don’t think it was “hidden” even during the campaign. The cognitive decline Biden exhibits is not new and I don’t it has gotten that much worse, it just gets more attention. I bet at least half the people that voted for him know he is not fit but politics and ideology were more important.

      People want to believe what they want to believe and what the MSM wants them to believe.

    68. Tgca says:

      63

      No one is arguing to know more about medicine than a doctor. We are debating published data with stats collected from numerous doctors.

      For one doctor here to imply it’s all useless when other published medical and scientific professionals say otherwise raises serious debate of who is right and who is wrong on the issue.

      This is exactly what Dr. Fow-chee does. He challenges anyone that questions him, including other doctors, and claims they don’t understand and he has so much h experience with it. I don’t question Fow- chee’s intelligence, pedigree, training, or experience. I question his judgment and conclusions he draws from statistical data. His track record has not been good on Covid. There’s no doubt on that.

      That’s like saying if a lawyer posts here his view on the constitutionality of an issue, then he is right and all other posters, lawyer or not are incorrect.

      That’s not the way the world works or everyone would agree that Obama was a constitutional expert that no one at HHR could correctly or effectively challenge.

    69. Tgca says:

      67

      Agreed again!

      People have biases and turn a blind eye to things as do trained professionals with an agenda, hence, the reason many science professionals on the Dem side have been silent on him but not on Trump.

      I think it’s clear that his cognitive ability has declined significantly. Just look at his public appearances a few years back compared to now.

      However, I still believe an in-person medical assessment is required to get an accurate picture as to the level of cognitive decline and his capabilities and limitations at this point as we all age differently even if there are set patterns.

    70. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Cash Cow – Please say happy birthday to Walt for me. Not sure how he keeps track billions of years later. I heard his first birthday was celebrated with a Big Bang,”

      Walt’s birthday and….volcanic eruption in Iceland and earthquake in LA, and meteor explodes in sky over the eastern panhandle of WV last night.
      ********************************************
      I think God himself is doing these things to show Walt he is wishing his old buddy Walt happy birthday.

    71. Dylan says:

      Does anyone know if the President HAS to undergo a regular interval complete medical exam with cognitive component and if so, do the results get evaluated (by statute) by Congress such that IF there are capacity issues, they get teed up in the regular course of business OR is it all discretionary and up to the (impaired) President? Seems like true congressional oversight would favor the former and I know past presidents like Reagan revealed potentially problematic issues (colonoscopy findings).

      Agree that we don’t “officially” know anything but anecdotally Biden seems to be fading. It’s so hard for me to conceive that he finishes his term but I guess anything can happen when surrounded by obfuscators and mic cutters

    72. Wes says:

      Happy 4.5 billionth birthday, Walt!

      How many cakes does it take to fit all those candles?

    73. Tgca says:

      71

      Not required for Congressional review. Doctors always give annual assessment but it’s BS. Doctors always say they’re fit as a fiddle or stoopid things like healthiest person I know for their age. They always play down any serious issues. I think it’s quite unethical to do that but it’s all politics. You think POTUS wants to run for a 2nd term with a bad health report from the WH doctor?

      I agree on his cognitive decline. At his age, it appears reasonable he won’t finish the term but who knows how much they’ll try to keep him from the public or pump him up for short appearances without questions. Sooner or later it might be useless though.

    74. Pitchaboy says:

      Quite obvious that Slo Jo is slow. How slow he actually is can only be determined be a formal cognitive test. Pace of deterioration In Alzheimer’s is highly variable.

    75. Pitchaboy says:

      There is a difference between saying a drug is useless versus saying that it’s success is anecdotal. Ivermectin has failed RCT. However, analysis of meta data from numerous small non randomized trials suggest it may be effective. The gold standard for medications are prospective RCTs. It is turning into this year’s cult medicine as HCQ was last year. In general the medical fraternity are not cultists, although, Fow Chee is re-writing that.

    76. Bitterlaw says:

      How many cakes does it take to fit all those candles?

      There isn’t enough flour in the world to make those cakes.

    77. Tgca says:

      I think Dr. Fow-chee has done the country a disservice and he is a big reason many folks do not want the vaccine. They don’t trust him!

      He tries to throw around scientific lingo in hearings knowing that most politicians are not going to be able to effectively debate him at that level which is a debate tactic to try and shut others down. Except when he tried it with Rand Paul who has equaled him in the challenges and then Fow-chee’s strategy changes to verbal assault because he was not successful on the technical points.

      Dr. Fow-chee may be educated, intelligent, and pedigreed, but he has had terrible judgment and advice on Covid.

    78. Pitchaboy says:

      Covid is a perfect example of the difficulty in predicting the course of a pandemic with a new bug. Nobody got it right. The pandemic happening in an election year made it infinitely worse. Fow Chee has done seminal work on vasculitis in the sixties. He lost his edge when he switched his interest to HIV

    79. Bitterlaw says:

      Trump supporters are pushing Ivermectin because Trump supports it. Democrats oppose it because Trump supports it. I say study it and see if it is useful. It may be great. It may suck. Let doctors prescribe it if they think it will be helpful. Medication should not be a political litmus test.

    80. Tgca says:

      78

      It could be stubbornness that comes with age and position. He does not like to be challenged. I think a good spirited debate can be healthy. Evidently, Fow-chee takes pride in being in one role for decades. He wants to be the ultimate authority but I think he has been surpassed by many in the real world and that eats at him I think.

      I see how he loved running to every interview possible and glowed with all the ad nauseam praise but then got very cantankerous when folks turned away from him and he arrogantly began remarking he did not mind folks attacking him but ultimately they were attacking science, as if he were some great hero taking a bullet for the sake of science. What ego!

      You’d think all his miscalculations would have humbled him but No! He keeps saying the science changed. No science changed. His thinking and models were flawed.

      He was the one that flip flopped numerous times and it’s all on video for the world to see.

    81. Tgca says:

      79

      I’m glad you agree with me. That’s my point. We see evidence from around the world so study it but to date they’ve not taken it up in the US. They’re just dismissive of it.

      However, I read UK is looking at a large study on it now so maybe that will change minds in the US if they find similar findings to other countries.

      I never supported medical options because Trump supported it because I know he is not a medical professional, and I don’t think most of his followers did either. I think it’s because it’s got legitimate attention by many doctors and the fact that the gubbermint bureaucrats immediately dismissed it that made people question it even more.

      Trump supports vaccines and that has not changed the minds of many of his followers either.

    82. Bitterlaw says:

      Raise your hand if you ever heard of Ivermectim before Trump said it?

      Ok. Anybody other than Pitch?

    83. Tgca says:

      *Raises Hand*

    84. Pitchaboy says:

      My friends in India used a lot of Ivermectin. Mostly hit and miss like Remdesevir

    85. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes – I heard about a show called Y – The Last Man. Apparently, it is based on graphic novels. I never heard of it until I saw the commercial. Am I allowed to watch it?

    86. Wes says:

      Sure, Bitter. Why not?

      It’s not as if your previous bandwagon isn’t about to end six seasons after losing any sense of freshness or creativity.

    87. Tgca says:

      I can’t believe how stoopid these people are with all this chit going on regarding “White privilege” why they would do this.

      This is just soooo racist.

      https://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2021/09/17/Guinness-World-Records-Purdue-University-whitest-paint/9961631911814/

    88. Bitterlaw says:

      It’s the exact same situation. I never heard of The Walking Dead until I saw the commercial for it. How was the being on a bandwagon?

    89. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess I was on the Jaws bandwagon when I saw the movie when I was 7 because I did not know it based on a novel.

    90. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess I was on the Jaws bandwagon when I saw the movie when I was 7 because I did not know it was based on a novel.

    91. Cash Cow TM says:

      As one sheep says to the other…

      How in the FLOCK do 10,000 of the poorest people of the poorest country in Central and South America (Haiti) get from Haiti to Mexico and then to the southern border of the U.S.?

      Since few Hattians know how to SWIM, I doubt the swam from Haiti to Mexico.

      Have the miraculous hordes of Hattians found a way to ALSO BYPASS the drug cartels/human smugglers fees of thousands of dollars per person to get people to the U.S. southern border? Do Hattians have some sort of CREDIT CARD to put the charges on?

      I would be willing to bet VERY FRIGGIN’ FEW even have PASSPORTS–considering everyone in Haiti is P!SS POOR AND PASSPORTS AIN’T CHEAP.
      **************************************

      Maybe some of our CRACK(head) ‘journalists’ will do the JOURNALISTIC legwork to find out and report to us lowlifes.

      BUT…I wont hold my breath until that happens…

    92. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      This is your Sabbath Day thought:

      “never get in a fight with an ugly person. They’ve got nothing to lose.”

    93. Wes says:

      Actually surprisingly I don’t recommend the book Jaws. It has 100% unlikable characters. The pacing is horrendous with the shark not even having an effect on much of the story. It has an incredibly poorly done adultery subplot along with a mafia subplot. Neither of these goes anywhere.

      The best writing Benchley puts in the whole thing is in the opening attack and the (spoiler) death of Hooper, the character played by Richard Dreyfuss in the movie. Even the shark’s death scene in the book has almost no tension, although admittedly it’s more realistic than the scene in the movie.

      Interestingly while various reports and newspaper articles refer to the shark as a shark in the book, the omniscient narrative never uses that term, instead opting just to call the shark “the great fish.”

      Benchley would improve his writing skills in later book like The Deep (filmed a couple of years after Jaws with Robert Shaw and a busty Jacqueline Bissett in a wet t-shirt in lead roles) and Q Clearance, but if Jaws hadn’t had the hook of being the first adventure book to feature realistically described shark attacks and the marketing as the basis of a major upcoming movie–Zanuck and Brown having acquired the film rights while the publishers were negotiating contracts to get the book to distributors–I doubt it would have been successful at all.

    94. Bitterlaw says:

      I did read Jaws a few years after I saw the movie. I remember thinking it was odd that it was different than the film. That was my introduction to the “based on the novel.”

    95. Tina says:

      Emerald Robinson ??
      @EmeraldRobinson
      ·
      2h
      How bad are things? Things are so bad that Nicki Minaj stood up against Democrat intimidation better than the entire GOP leadership.

    96. Bitterlaw says:

      Taliban love paddle boats.

    97. Bitterlaw says:

      C

    98. Wes says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      September 19, 2021 at 9:50 am
      I did read Jaws a few years after I saw the movie. I remember thinking it was odd that it was different than the film. That was my introduction to the “based on the novel.”

      Thankfully Jaws the movie is significantly different from Jaws the book. If filmed to be a close copy of the book, the movie would have flopped. It’s a rare instance of a movie adaptation that’s better than its literary source.

    99. Wes says:

      I will say this about Jaws 2:

      Although the film can’t compare with its near-perfect predecessor, the novelization is far better than Jaws the book. It’s very tense and atmospheric and paces things extremely well, making the initial spare of attacks ambiguous before revealing there is another dangerous shark in the area. It must have been based on an early draft of the screenplay rather than the shooting script because of all the deviations from the movie, but it’s a good companion piece to the film.

      That makes a huge irony: While I can recommend the novelization of the second movie, I can’t recommend in good conscience the novel that started the whole franchise.

    100. Phil says:

      According to Axios, Beto has decided to run for governor.

      I’ll believe it when I see it.

    101. Tgca says:

      98

      That ain’t Afgannystan. That’s downtown inner harbor in Baltimore. They have these paddle boards all over the place across from Hyatt. There’s actually a talented AA older man who sings all the songs from the late 60s to mid 70s too.

      Check it out sometime and then get out of that putrid rundown filthy city.

    102. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca killed the thread.

    103. Wes says:

      I never thought I would live long enough to see a worse President than Jimmy Carter–but I have. He’s named Joe Biden.

      Have a good night.

    104. Phil says:

      Yeah, Wes…..but no mean tweets,right?

    105. Wes says:

      The “mean tweets” meme is basically an obfuscation, Phil. Trump was a narcissistic blowhard who assumed nothing he did would ever hurt him electorally. When he finally lost the election because of his inability to act like anything besides his character on the Apprentice, he melted down and spent two months trying to overturn an election he lost.

      That doesn’t change the fact that Biden is a far worse President than Trump ever was.

    106. Phil says:

      The election was stolen, Wes whether Trump was a blowhard or not.

    107. Phil says:

      Senate Parliamentarian rules no amnesty allowed in reconciliation bill.

      Sorry, Chuck.

    108. Wes says:

      No. It wasn’t, Phil. Trump just couldn’t accept a loss and spent two months trying to overturn an election he has lost.

    109. Tina says:

      And the Fib need to do better than infiltrate yesterday’s’ “DC Maga rally.” This is pathetic.

      https://twitter.com/JackPosobiec/status/1439753478008627205/photo/1

    110. michael corleone says:

      Wes – they abolished the secret ballot for this election via junk mail balloting and the votes that were casted and returned in this manner broke overwhelmingly for Biden. Yeah, fair election my &ss.

    111. Tgca says:

      This is outrageous!

      Emmys stars go totally maskless, sitting at crowded tables, kissing and hugging one another while servers and workers wear masks.

      This is why people are not taken the vax serious. We know the vaccinated are not protected from contracting Covid so then why are the rich and famous risking their lives with these behaviors that the rest of us are told is not permissible?Probably because there is no emergency pandemic and the risk is low for these SUPERSPREADERS!

      https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2021/09/19/viewers-rage-at-maskless-emmys-but-kids-have-to-wear-a-mask-to-school-what-the-fk/

    112. Wes says:

      I cast a secret ballot in a state where Democrats had absolute control over the process, Corleone. Trump and Tillis both won here. You can believe what you want. Nothing says I have to believe Trump lost when all objective evidence points to the fact that he was an unpopular President who lost and was even willing to shred the Constitution by trying to order Mike Pence to refuse to do the Vice-President’s job to hang onto power.

      I’m sorry, but that Trump was too full of himself to accept defeat in no way means I must believe he won despite the evidence of his loss.

      That doesn’t mean I like the fact that Biden is President, but then not all elections go the way we want.

    113. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Ælectric Cyberfarmer@rhensing
      The President of the United States has refused to even acknowledge the 4 newest American astronauts who helped raise hundreds of millions of dollars for St. Jude. What’s your theory on why that is?

      @elonmusk, replying to @rhensing
      He’s still sleeping

    114. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #110- Phil
      Where is the BOOM!!!?
      This is HUGE AND WELCOME NEWS.

      Of course the Democrats have promised to keep working on the Senate Parliamentarian and/or try to find ways to circumvent her ruling!

      Here is the link.

      https://www.foxnews.com/politics/senate-parliamentarian-dem-amnesty-push-reconciliation-bill

    115. jason says:

      The election was stolen.’

      Anyone who thinks Trump really lost GA by 12k votes, AZ by 10k votes and WI by 20k votes is an moron.

      Not even mentioning PA and NV.

      I am sorry that doesn’t it wes’ narrative, sometimes that happens.

    116. Yvgeney says:

      Good morning Patriotic Americans. I would like to say “WELL DONE!” to TGCA. He really understands Covid. All Patriotic Americans must take good advise from Mr. TGCA.

      Do not take advice from the doctors and not from the scientists for they are part of the GLOBALIST agenda.

      Well done, TGCA! From Mother Russia

    117. Tina says:

      Sheeple, AOC aka Neiman Marxist has said that is only a recommendation.

    118. Tina says:

      I think it was not the Neiman Marxist who said it. I think it was the one who married his brother.

    119. Tina says:

      *her brother.

      Too early out here.

    120. Tina says:

      Looks l8e a terrible day In the stock market.

      Chinas real estate is imploding.

    121. Yvgeney says:

      The election was stolen”

      Mr. Phil is correct in his conclusion. Our analysis now reveals that Mr. Trump received 98 million votes and the losing Mr. Joe Biden received 59 million votes.

      Please I implore you to remove Democratic practices from the U.S.A for the good of the people and the workers.

    122. Phil says:

      The election was absolutely stolen, Wes. If you can’t see that I don’t know what to tell you. Sure, Trump was rough around the edges…..but the election was rigged in just enough states to get to 270. You are well versed in electoral history. What you fail to factor in was the pseudo election created by Democrats using Covid as a means to enact all kinds of shady election tactics. Daley in 1960 was a novice compared to what went on in Fulton County Georgia.

      Glossing over the pseudo nature of the election in five states where the rules were conveniently altered opening the door to massive fraud would be a red flag for you I’d think if for no other reason than the unprecedented nature of the 2020 electoral system. Why on earth do you think the #1 proposal once Democrats got control of government in January was House Bill 1? ….. and all the crying and temper tantrums ever since they lacked the one vote necessary to pass it in the Senate.

      The 2020 election process wasn’t normal. I don’t care how many times Chuck Todd spews it. It was a complete disgrace,

    123. Annie says:

      -635 on the Dow

    124. Phil says:

      …and the leftist trolls appear right on cue.

      Predictable.

    125. jason says:

      The pseudo Russian troll seems stupider than most, even considering the low bar.

      It is a black mark on HHR that we seem to attract the trolls from the deeper end of the troll pool.

    126. Phil says:

      Congresswoman Omar suggests Democrats in the Senate simply ignore the Senate Parliamentarian’s ruling kicking amnesty out of the reconciliation bill.

      Rules? We don’t need no f en rules….just like election rules and precedents that didn’t suit Democrats at election time, Democrats make their own rules.

      Normal.

    127. jason says:

      The Biden administration could sidestep McConnell’s refusal to pay America’s bills by minting a $1 trillion platinum coin”

      Normal.

      “America’s bills” is hilarious.

    128. Phil says:

      America’s bills. Lol

      Democrats and their puppets in the media DO have a way of spinning everything.

      Right up there with their new term “human infrastructure”

      Normal

    129. jason says:

      Can Trudeau lose today?

      Hope springs eternal.

    130. Tgca says:

      131

      I think Omar has a point. Rules are meant to be broken. Gubbernor Abbott should just arrest all illegal aliens and detain them indefinitely until they are deported regardless of what federal regulations and rules say.

      Who needs rules riiiiiight?

      I’m sure Omar is fine with that too.

    131. Phil says:

      The left is rather picky about which rules should be ignored.

      Normal.

    132. dylan says:

      The dems are such manipulators and false nuancers—they always frame the debt ceiling debate as merely “allowing for the payment of money that congress has already authorized.” or as they now say “America’s bills.” of course, congress never ever stops or reduces spending and no one in the media ever asks them “well, does that mean that the debt limit will just be increased forever and ever?” since Congress will never propose a plan to reduce the debt.

    133. Phil says:

      Exactly, dylan.

    134. mnw says:

      I was puzzled how Haitians got from Haiti to Del Rio, TX. Now I know:

      1) The NY Post has a heavily sourced article explaining that the Haitians are coming from Chile & Brazil, where they’ve lived for 3-5 years, on average– NOT from Haiti. That makes them ineligible for the usual emergency asylum, legally & theoretically, but see below. As one man under the bridge explained to a reporter, “Chile is 1000 times better than Haiti, but the U.S. is a million times better!” The Haitians have cell phones & traveled in response to news reports that the border was open.

      2) The Biden announcement about the urgent deportation flights is misleading. Humanitarian & church groups are assisting hundreds (thousands? nobody knows) by providing bus transportation into the interior. These groups have set up field offices in Del Rio, at the bus station. Customs & Border Enforcement is preventing the press from photographing these bus departures, and is assisting these humanitarian groups.

    135. Tgca says:

      135. Tina

      Another reason the SCIENTISTS and bureaucrats have no credibility on Covid with many. Being a scientist does not make you all-knowing, especially with the conflicting data and stats we’ve seen for over a year that these folks seem to be ignoring common sense. This is not only egregious behavior on the scientific and medical community but down right incompetent and dangerous. Many people may die because of the arrogance of some to refuse employ some common sense and caution.

      What woman in their right mind would take an experimental vaccine with no long-term studies into safety and constantly changing guidance while they’re pregnant?

    136. Tgca says:

      140

      Agreed! It appears many are abusing the US statutes to obtain a better life as opposed to facing real asylum needs. If that’s the basis for immigration, more than half the world would come to the US if they could for better healthcare, education, jobs, etc.

      That is not the intent of these asylum and immigration laws and that needs to be addressed or at some point we will just end up with larger and more dangerous poor communities as folks pile into the US because there will not be enough money to caretake for them without significant impact on legal US residents and citizens.

    137. Tgca says:

      Notice that the Dems are not just flooding these illegals into the big cities anymore. They are dispersing them among the burbs too so expect this to have impact on those communities because the cost of services and getting around in smaller towns are not as convenient as the big cities.

      This is by design because Dems want to create public housing communities in White privileged areas like Radnor, PA and ultimately control more local votes.

      I expect many towns will fight this. Expect Radnor to build a wall around its enclave soon with armed guards at the gate.

      Gordy down in FL has the right idea for how to treat these illegal trespassers.

    138. Bitterlaw says:

      I love when alleged conservative Tgca drops the mask and reveals his inner angry minority by using the term “white privilege.”

    139. Tina says:

      Arthur Schwartz
      @ArthurSchwartz
      ·
      1h
      Democrat San Francisco Mayor
      @LondonBreed
      on her mask hypocrisy: “I was feeling the spirit . . . I’m vaccinated, I don’t need to wear a mask.”

    140. jason says:

      My break with the woke NFL is now complete.

      Last year Bitter accused me of supporting woke football by watching some game highlights. At first, I told him to GFH but after thoughtful and profound reflection and looking at it from all sides for about 30 seconds I decided he was right, clicking on highlights supports the media offering it and indirectly supports the woke NFL.

      So this year so far I have read exactly one woke NFL piece of news, and that was by accident, Yahoo had a headline about a week ago “Offsides penalty costs NY Giants heartbreaking loss” but I don’t even know to whom, probably the Eagles.

      I have no idea who is winning or losing, and I love it that I don’t care.

      Bitter to say I am “virtue signaling”, “not watching because the Broncos suck” or “trying to keep him from watching woke football” in 3, 2, 1.

    141. jason says:

      These are in York Co.

      No, you won’t see them in Radnor, Bitter’s family, friend, and neighbor’s would be horrified.

      https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2021/09/16/biden-making-taliban-great-again-billboards-pa/8360899002/

    142. jason says:

      It appears many are abusing the US statutes to obtain a better life as opposed to facing real asylum needs. If that’s the basis for immigration, more than half the world would come to the US if they could for better healthcare, education, jobs, etc.”

      Yes, and that was alwyas the problem with Jeb’s “illegal immigration is an act of love” statement.

    143. Tgca says:

      144

      What are you talking about?

      White privilege is REAL! Mainly among the libs, elite, and many of the woke that need to step up and save the minorities from their stoopid IGORENT selves because clearly minorities can’t help themselves.

    144. Tgca says:

      Jadon

      I think your personal choice on not watching the woke sports and media summaries is just fine.

      No one should be told they CANT watch woke sports. It is a choice but folks have to be accountable for the actions of those they support.

      So if Bitter wants to watch woke supports and stand up with hand over heart and loudly and passionately belt out the Black National Anthem that is equally his choice.

    145. jason says:

      Awwww…..

      “Biden reportedly called Manchin earlier this year and told him regarding Democrats’ massive coronavirus stimulus bill, “If you don’t come along, you’re really f***ing me.”

    146. jason says:

      Maybe the strategy here is to make Manchin think “wow, I really don’t want to do that”.

    147. Phil says:

      F Joe Biden

      clap clap

      F Joe Biden

      clap clap

      F Joe Biden

      …….

    148. Bitterlaw says:

      So if Bitter wants to watch woke supports and stand up with hand over heart and loudly and passionately belt out the Black National Anthem that is equally his choice.

      Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. More than 17 years of posting here and I have not supported playing the Black National Anthem at any sporting event or public gathering.

      As for jason not even watching videos or clicking on stories about NFL games, I respectfully say that he is lying.

    149. jason says:

      Mean tweets are back in style…

      “In terms of a potential 2024 GOP primary and national election, as President Biden’s big government socialist policies fail, Donald Trump’s support only grows stronger amongst the electorate,” they wrote. “Seventy-one percent of all Republican likely voters, including independents who vote in Republican primaries, want to see President Trump run again in 2024.”

      Voters also don’t expect Biden to finish his first term, which would make Kamala Harris the likely Democratic nominee—which spells disaster for the Democrats. In a contest between Trump and Harris, Trump “leads among suburban voters 52%-43% and among women 50%-47%,” which are two groups he was struggling with during the 2020 campaign, and he beats her overall 49%-47%.

      Related: Kamala Harris Is An Embarrassment the Media Can’t Spin Away

      More than half of likely voters agreed with the following statement: “I used to dislike Trump’s aggressive, confrontational style, but now that I see how weak Biden was in dealing with the Taliban in Afghanistan, I’m thinking maybe Trump wasn’t so bad.” A surprising 28 percent of Democrats and 23 percent of Biden voters also agreed.”

    150. jason says:

      As for jason not even watching videos or clicking on stories about NFL games, I respectfully say that he is lying.”

      Yeah, Bitter is so addicted to woke sports he just can’t imaging anyone would not want to be educated on race relations and not want to be bombarded by woke messages from self entitled millionaire owners, coaches and players. He just can’t imagine anyone would be tired of woke millionaire sports talking heads and the woke sports MSM using sports to further their political agenda.

      Anybody who says they are no longer part of this must surely be lying.

      But in the real world, that is it. One sports headline. Not one article, one score, one highlight. Not one bet. I don’t even know who the QB for the Broncos is. I had read before the season started that they were thinking of Cam Newton.

      Not that this took much effort or sacrifice.

    151. jason says:

      F Joe Biden

      clap clap

      F Joe Biden

      clap clap

      F Joe Biden”

      I did see some clips of that on Redstate, but it was college football. Be nice if it caught on at NFL games. They would probably suspend the games.

    152. jason says:

      More than 17 years of posting here and I have not supported playing the Black National Anthem at any sporting event or public gathering.”

      LOL

      I have been here 15 years. I haven’t supported the playing of Beethoven’s 5th Symphony at any public event or public gathering.

    153. NYCmike says:

      Only read the early posts of this thread. Not sure why Bitterlaw is making the Pitchaboy/Tgca conversation a one-way or the other proposition.

      I trust/believe a lot of what Pitch says, but I also have the same skepticism of doctors and medicine as any other profession. As Tgca pointed out, the 10/80/10 rule applies in most professions. I’ll give you one example: Father-in-laws doctor was trying to ascertain what was wrong with him, as he was having speech balance and swallowing issues. My wife asked him to take the test for ALS, for the only reason that she had done some individual research and seen those symptoms listed. The doctor pooh-poohed her……..10 months later, finally did some tests, and it ended up being ALS. Horrible disease. The 10 months probably would not have made a difference medically, as there is no cure at this time, but it would have been extra time to prepare mentally, spiritually and monetarily. Wife had a hard time forgiving the doctor, and that anger gnawed at her for many years. A little humility on that doctors part would have helped a tough situation.

    154. jason says:

      New poverty data bolsters Democrats’ push to expand safety net”

      Don’t you love the MSM.

      The Dems implement a lot of policies that increase poverty.

      Then they “expand the safety net”.

    155. NYCmike says:

      Come on people!

      It goes:

      “F Joe Biden clapclap clapclapclap”
      “F Joe Biden clapclap clapclapclap”

    156. jason says:

      Doctor: I have some bad news and some very bad news.”
      Patient: Well, might as well give me the bad news first.”
      Doctor: The lab called with your test results. They said you have 24 hours to live.”
      Patient: 24 HOURS! That’s terrible!! What could be worse? What’s the very bad news?”
      Doctor: I’ve been trying to reach you since yesterday.”

    157. ssq says:

      Why would I clap for Joe Biden?

    158. NYCmike says:

      https://taxprof.typepad.com/taxprof_blog/2021/09/why-god-created-dogs.html

      -If I had known Karl Rove was like this, I would have voted for McCain in the 2000 primary.

    159. Bitterlaw says:

      156 I don’t believe you. Your anti-NFL stance began when Tebow was traded by the Broncos. That was years before Kaepernick started his disgraceful anti-police/military kneeling.

    160. jason says:

      156 I don’t believe you. Your anti-NFL stance began when Tebow was traded by the Broncos. ”

      Zzzzz…..

      Ma, fake bait in the water.

      Smart fish won’t touch it.

    161. NYCmike says:

      “Monoclonal antibodies are modesty effective. Ivermectin failed RCTs. It is a great medication for worms. I will be getting my booster shortly. If I get Covid, monoclonal it is.”

      -Supposedly, 60% of the people receiving the monoclonals in Miami FL are already vaccinated……..I’m old enough to remember when vaccines kept you from getting the disease the vaccine was designed to fight…….

    162. jason says:

      I voted for GWB in the 2000 TX R primary. If I remember he got like 90% of the vote.

    163. Country Dick Montana says:

      As Steve Martin said

      Somewhere, the worlds worst brain surgeon is getting ready to operate on someone.

    164. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – As I said, Trump supporters support Ivermectin because Trump supports it. Democrats oppose it because Trump supports it. I say let doctors prescribe it for COVID and also perform studies.

      Be honest. Did you ever hear of that medication before Trump mentioned it? Tgca claims he did but I doubt that.

    165. Tina says:

      How ironic

      Jack Posobiec ??
      @JackPosobiec
      · 3h
      The Biden Admin has condemned the recent Russian election due to lack of transparency where millions of votes were suddenly added overnight that wiped out the opposition

    166. Tina says:

      Bl, I never heard that drug from Trump. I did here some positive reports about it from India, however. In particular, one state or region,used it and it appears to have wiped out the virus in that area (if true).

      Trump did state that it was lab produced, endorsed HCQ (lancelet admitted to faking data to ruin that drug); and promote Regeneron (the drug type mentioned by somebody above).

    167. Tina says:

      But this is part of Faucis plan.

      Lie about treatment options.

      Not admit potential weaknesses of the vaccine and apparent need for boosters over a 5 /7 month period.. This may be an issue more with the Pfizer vaccine.

      Very alarming that Biden Fraudci supported boosters and the fda said no.

      Very alarming that he wants pregnant women to get it, while NJ medical says no.

    168. Phil says:

      Media has noticed the Haitian problem on the border. Not the invasion. Nope. According to them the story is border patrol physical abuse of Haitians.

      You couldn’t make this sh*t up.

    169. Gordon Allen says:

      Tina
      Ironic?? Seems I’ve heard of that in our recent “no fraud “election . But posters assure us nothing to look at here.

    170. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      170.” Trump supporters support Ivermectin because Trump supports it.”

      Trump also supports the vaccines, and correctly claims he speeded their development.

      As my past posts indicate, I am critical of Fauci, and the effectiveness of the present vaccines, as they appear not to provide a strong level of protection from being infected (which is a disappointment). But there does appear to be a very clear therapeutic benefit, although it is possible it will be lost over time.

      I do completely agree with Dr. Pitch, vaccines have been shown to effectively limit serious illness and death in those who are infected.

      The statistical evidence is indisputable. In Utah, for example, which has a younger and relatively healthier population that most the U.S., the unvaccinated are 5.6% more likely to die of COVID-19 than the unvaccinated; seven times more likely to be hospitalized; 6.6% times more likely to test positive. These type of statistics are being reported in California and throughout the nation.

      Despite their limitations, I do believe the therapeutic benefits the vaccines provide justify recommending people get vaccinated.

    171. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Harvard/Harris Poll:

      Trump, Sr. 48% Favorable, 47% Unfavorable
      Biden, 46% Favorable, 49% Unfavorable

      President Biden and former President Trump are statistically tied when it comes to their favorability among U.S. voters, according to a new Harvard CAPS/Harris Poll survey shared exclusively with The Hill on Monday.

      Forty-eight percent of respondents say they have a positive view of Trump compared to 46 percent who say they have a favorable opinion of his successor. Biden’s favorability is slightly underwater, however: 49 percent of those surveyed said they have an unfavorable view of the current president, while slightly less — 47 percent — report an unfavorable opinion of Trump.

    172. Tina says:

      I guess horses steer themselves?

      Sawyer Hackett
      @SawyerHackett
      · 7h
      Border patrol is mounted on horseback rounding up Haitian refugees with whips.

      This is unfathomable cruelty towards people fleeing disaster and political ruin. The administration must stop this.

    173. Tina says:

      It’s not a whip, it’s a noose. Where is Wrong Wray and the Fib?

      https://twitter.com/SawyerHackett/status/1439976012188692496/photo/1

    174. Tina says:

      Pathetic fib.

      Ford Fischer
      @FordFischer
      · 5h
      BIG UPDATE: The individual arrested at Saturday’s rally at the Capitol was a federal agent, and he will not be prosecuted.

      U.S. attorney says they’re “‘not moving forward with charges’ but did not provide additional information about the decision.”

      https://apnews.com/article/arrests-riots-capitol-siege-gun-politics-us-customs-and-border-protection-f35fb9ad54ac0babf710e87eaec8a4b1

    175. Tgca says:

      170

      Not everyone is as IGORENT or poorly read as Bitter. It amazes me that someone with such ignorance as yours could get through college and law school. No wonder you have not stood out in your field in any significant way and the 1st they let go when times are tough.

      I knew of Ivermectin because I always read a lot of science and check out the winners of the Nobel Prizes annually in the sciences and three doctors working on antiviral and infections, including the discovery of Ivermectin were awarded the Nobel in Medicine a few years back, and it’s subsequent treatment for River Blindness that I also had read about. Ivermectin has been in the news prior to Covid moron and maybe if you read a bit more, you would know that.

      You’re such a petty insecure man and you appear to be afraid that someone is better informed than you with what’s going on around in the world.

      I may have spent my childhood in Newark in bad schools and you in the elitist Ridgewood, NJ but who appears more well rounded in knowledge of the sciences, business and politics…certainly not you lest we forget your idiotic and ridiculous repeated claim that depression is not a disease but a weakness people have so no medical intervention is necessary.

      You sound like another IGORENT unknowledgeable person from NJ named Tom Cruise who argued with the world you can cure depression through vitamins and diet and did not believe the studies on the brain chemistry of depression.

      Perhaps if you had adult friends instead of hanging with adolescents you might learn things of importance in the world.

    176. Tgca says:

      159. NYC

      Sorry to hear about your father-in-law.

      We had a similar experience with a doctor who told my brother a small lump in his back was just a cyst that could be removed later. It grew to the size of a grapefruit in over a year and by that time it was too late because it was lymphoma cancer that metastasized and he died a few months after turning 23 and suffered for about a year with the cancer.

      Not sure if it would have made a difference if diagnosed earlier on but I am always concerned when I see people with lumps and hope they’re getting good medical advise,

      Doctors can be just as incompetent as any other professional and probably only 10% of doctors really excel at what they do because the 10/80/10 rule seems universal.

      I have had misdiagnoses and bad advice by doctors myself and I know others that did too, and I knew a number of nurses in SF that told me horror stories about some doctors in their hospitals mussing basic things.

    177. Bitterlaw says:

      My comments about depression were made years ago. I was wrong. Tragically wrong.

      Maybe if you had a family and volunteered in the community, you would have less time to research River Blindness. But I am thrilled you can occupy your time when your 2 friends don’t text you.

    178. Tgca says:

      The photo of the situation at the border is telling of the immense failures of the Biden admin. There are thousands in this photo with these makeshift camps that make it look like it’s a poverty-stricken 3rd world country.

      This is sad for both America and these people to let it get to this level. Forget Covid, any illness or disease can easily fester and spread through an encampment like this.

      This is what open borders looks like folks!

      https://citizenfreepress.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/del-rio-trash.jpg

    179. Tgca says:

      183

      I have always been an avid reader of science and the news, even as a youngster where I spent much time in the library learning new subjects, especially in the summer when school was out. I have a diverse book collection with over 1,000 books gathered over the decades to show my interest in many areas.

      Before the internet, I used to get like 20 publications a month in varied disciplines so I sought out opportunities to better I for, myself in various topics from politics to foreign policy to business and the sciences. I never wasted my adulthood watching TV like many.

      …and my reading interests has nothing to do with family, it has to do with intellectual curiosity which you seem to lack.

      …and stop with the family BS because clearly your family time has not seem to have done much good. It’s not the quantity of time spent with folks but the quality. You should reflect on that.

      As for volunteerism, for years I volunteered with the elderly, in the hospital, and student teaching for less privileged and at risk students. I have probably done more value-added volunteer work than you.

      Coaching sports to privileged spoiled and future liberals from Radnor is not the same as helping people in need and probably is just your way of trying to get in good with your neighbors and hang with people at your maturity level.

      Real volunteers don’t need to brag to the world that they volunteer either.

    180. Tgca says:

      185

      Further, as an adult, I spend a great deal of time in bookstores too. Up until Covid, sometimes I could spend 2 or 3 hours on visits weekly and me and a good friend would often go together to Barnes and Noble to hang out.

      …and if you knew anything about my interests, you would know I used to speed read as well, after learning that tool years ago and even read a full 200+ page book in a store once during an unusual heatwave in San Francisco where the only place with A/C were public buildings…though I admit I don’t practice it actively anymore and only use it, clumsily, when I have to digest certain work-related data quickly.

    181. Bitterlaw says:

      All those words to say you quit volunteering after bragging about volunteering.

      Only a truly insecure person has to praise themselves. Wow. You have a fraction of Wes’ book collection. Such an accomplishment. Your 2 friends must enjoy your self-centered lectures.

    182. Bitterlaw says:

      Are you trying to convince us of your brilliance or yourself?

    183. Gordon Allen says:

      The Biden Administration is SUCCEEDING, not failing. They’re getting EXACTLY the outcome they desire.
      Endlessly flooding the US with Illegal aliens( there,I went there) to “fundamentally transform America” as Obama openly stated his objective to be in 2008.
      On this,as so much else,our Country Club Bush Republicans are useless, if not co conspirators.

    184. Bitterlaw says:

      clearly your family time has not seem to have done much good.

      Don’t leave it ambiguous. Say what you have to say, Tgclown.

    185. Tgca says:

      188

      No! I’m trying to convince you that you do not need to be IGORENT and there are things you can do to better yourself throughout life.

      I don’t think I’ve ever talked about my volunteerism here perhaps in passing because it’s not relevant to this site just as I’ve not talked about my relationships or other items but you CONSTANTLY bragged about your coaching here for years to a bunch of privileged white kids when you probably could have helped REAL people in need.

      Why not go and do some volunteer work that really helps folks instead of seeking opportunities to tap yourself on the back weekly on how much time you spend helping the little rich white kids in Radnor that will be our future AOC’s, Pelosi’s, and Schumer’s.

    186. Bitterlaw says:

      Bragged about coaching? Zzzzzzzz.

      I love your resentment and hatred of white people and white privilege (a charge no true conservative would use against somebody). You sound like AOC. Are you trying to be the gay member of the Squad?You know nothing about the race or financial situation of my players (some of whom qualified for financial waivers of the pretty low registration fees). They are all respectful and hard-working young people.

    187. Tgca says:

      192

      Yes…Radnor is known for having a large ethnic poor community so you’re right, I should not assume. My bad!

      No one said the kids are not hard-working but being 6 miles from Philly they’re likely to be our future liberals.

      Thank you for doing your part to help socialism progress in our country.

    188. Tgca says:

      192

      …and what is the minimum family income to qualify for freebies in Radnor these days? $150,000? $200,000?

    189. NYCmike says:

      “NYC – As I said, Trump supporters support Ivermectin because Trump supports it. Democrats oppose it because Trump supports it. I say let doctors prescribe it for COVID and also perform studies.”

      -Bitterlaw,

      That makes no sense, because if Biden reversed course today about Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine and anything else, I would not then be against them.

      Democrats oppose things, or support things, because of feelings.

      I, along with most conservatives who aren’t Bush-bot-cuckolds (“CG”, Robbie, looking at you), support or oppose things because of how they work/what they do in both the short-term and long-term.

    190. Bitterlaw says:

      Radnor is 80.8% white according to the census. Please keep resenting and hating us. AOC approves. 8.3% Asian. Make Al Sharpton proud and hate them, too.

    191. Skippy says:

      Trudeau is going to lose a close election tonight.

      Conservatives in Canada will be able to form a majority government. It’s close…but liberals have slipped enough from 2019 results and will lose tonight.

    192. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      Pretty sure that ALL of the gains made by Republicans with Hispanic, Black and Asian voters have come at the LOSS of affluent white suburbanites who worry more about how they may be portrayed by the press and Twitter/BLM mobs than they worry about real-life affects of Democratic policies…….and it’s mainly because they are insulated from those destructive policies in the short-term.

    193. Bitterlaw says:

      Good news for the Canadians.

    194. NYCmike says:

      “Trudeau is going to lose a close election tonight.”

      -Be careful.

      These words may already be forbidden in Canada……so if the press/Google/Facebook/Twitter never says that he lost, does he really have to leave? They will just censor the results (and Bitterlaw will still ask “Do you think it is legal to censor a private company?”)

    195. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – And? Direct your comments to those who support Democrats. I have never voted for a Democrat nominee for any office since I started voting in 1986.

    196. lisab says:

      Only a truly insecure person has to praise themselves
      —————————

      never a kettle around when you need one

    197. lisab says:

      tgca,

      radnor is over 3% black, almost 4

    198. Bitterlaw says:

      Seriously, NYC?

    199. Cash Cow TM says:

      It has only been 9 months, and the Biden administration is finally getting around to doing something right.

      Flying the Haitians back to Haiti.

      *******************************************
      GOOD JOB JOE!

      Wonder when they will tell Joe that is what they are doing…

    200. jason says:

      I hope Skippy is finally right on a prediction.

    201. jason says:

      As I said, Trump supporters support Ivermectin because Trump supports it. Democrats oppose it because Trump supports it”

      Simplistic drivel.

      The MSM refuses to report that there are many trials with Ivermectin that show promising results.

      But as usual Bitter covers for the MSM by trying to make it about Trump.

    202. Bitterlaw says:

      Actually, almost 5%. Only 76.8% white if Hispanics are not counted. Which means Radnor is less white than lisab’s current state, Minnesota.

      https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/radnortownshipdelawarecountypennsylvania

    203. jason says:

      Early results favor the Libs because they are strong in Atlantic Canada and Ontario.

      But to win the Conservatives will have to hold their own in Ontario where most of the vote is, they can’t win with only the prairie provinces and British Columbia.

    204. jason says:

      There is a party to the right of the Conservatives that is probably costing the Conservatives seats.

      Currently the People’s Party has 4.6% of the vote vs. 2.6% for the Greens.

    205. Bitterlaw says:

      As usual, Jason just makes things up. Is he trying to say that Democrats and the MSM are NOT against Ivermectim because Trump supports it? I guess Pitch is providing cover for the MSM by not declaring Ivermectim a wonder drug.

      Of course, Trump Forever Jason has been at war with Never Trump Jason for years. Thus, his need to attack me even though I supported Trump in the 2016 and 2020 General Elections.

    206. Tgca says:

      209

      Those Radnor Hispanics are more like the white light skinned light haired Latinos you see in the well to do parts of Miami. Many south FL Latinos have blue or green eyes too.

      Bitter trying to convince us the well to do Latinos in Radnor are not white. More ignorance he portrays since Latinos are not a race but an ethnicity and most are Caucasians except for those that are mixed-race.

    207. Cash Cow TM says:

      DRUDGE only has 11 Covid related stories up.

      AOL News only has 7.

      Guess they have moved on to working on other things to strike fear into everyone.

    208. jason says:

      Alberta vote coming in helping the Conservatives close the gap.

      And Conservatives are leading in a lot of the Toronto area ridings.

    209. Tgca says:

      Most Dems are for the vaccines that Trump advocated and were developed under his administration so then why aren’t most Dems against vaccines too then?

      …and why are many Trump supporters against the vaccines if Trump is for them and pushed them?

      As Jadon said, simplistic drivel…and I’ll add…from an IGORENT man who doesn’t know the first thing about science or really any subject.

      Just remember, depression is just a feeling of weakness and there is no science to it.

    210. Bitterlaw says:

      Take your complaint to the Census Bureau and their categories.

      Poor Tgca. He has never been to Radnor but has to pretend he knows what people are like because actual numbers don’t support his AOC-like hatred. He now needs to go all in and say the blacks aren’t black enough.

    211. Tgca says:

      195. NYC says

      Democrats oppose things, or support things, because of feelings.

      Doesn’t that sound like some poster from Radnor.

      It’s all about feelings and not facts or science.

      Just remember folks, depression is just a feeling of weakness and there is no science to it.

    212. jason says:

      Trudeau is not going to get the majority he thought he would get when he called the vote, that is certain.

    213. Bitterlaw says:

      For somebody who allegedly owns more than 1000 books, why could Tgclown not read and understand post 183
      where I said I was wrong about depression?

    214. jason says:

      Is he trying to say that Democrats and the MSM are NOT against Ivermectim because Trump supports it?”

      Yes, this is simplistic and sophomoric drivel.

      The MSM is against anything that is not the “official policy”. If they were against anything Trump supported they would be against the vaccines, since he is the one who got them developed and started the vaccination program.

      But Bitter loves to kneel before the MSM, I guess that is what happens when you watch woke sports kneeling all the time.

    215. NYCmike says:

      “NYC – And? Direct your comments to those who support Democrats. I have never voted for a Democrat nominee for any office since I started voting in 1986.”

      -Not sure what your comment is in reference to…..I didn’t say YOU support Democrats.

    216. Tgca says:

      220

      I actually scaled my book collection back a few years ago. It was about 2,000 then.

      The issue is not that you NOW admit you were wrong about depression. The issue is you should have never had that opinion to begin with because it is so grossly illogical that even any 8th grader would know that from basic science depression involves brain chemistry and it’s not driven by weakness which doesn’t even make sense because then what drives weakness is the next logical inquiry a NORMAL intelligent person would make but seems to escape your feeble brain.

      It was a moronic and stoopid thing to say in the 21st century. It’s up there with those that believe the earth is flat or earth is the center of the universe.

    217. Tgca says:

      221

      Not only kneeling but belting out the Black National Anthem when among Radnor friends and humming it to himself when no one else is around.

      Hey! Is Radnor having a school board meeting this week? Let’s see who can con Bitter into going to it. I bet LisaB can do that again.

    218. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – No matter how many pro-Trump posts you make now, you will NEVER escape your Never Trump posts. Of course, if you want to admit you lied in 2016 with thousands of Never Trump posts, maybe somebody will pardon you. Try Tina.

    219. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzzz

    220. lisab says:

      actually the real 2020 demographics are out now, not just the estimates

      radnor has lots of rich asians now too

      almost 4k

      and

      26k white

      out of 33k

    221. lisab says:

      I’m actually back in school now, so I can’t be bothered to shame him into going anymore

    222. jason says:

      Conservatives pass Liberals in vote count, but that doesn’t translate into seats, Trudeau will have a minority government.

      As usual, any Skippy projection is the kiss of death.

    223. jason says:

      you will NEVER escape your Never Trump posts.”

      Zzzzz……I never tried to “escape” my Never Trump posts.

      But at least in a rare moment of honesty you did capitalize Never Trump.

      Bitter tries to deflect from his undying support for the woke MSM by referring to my posts 5 years ago.

      Pathetic.

    224. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason pretends I support the MSM by pretending that the word “never” does not mean never and really only means 1 year. Pathetic.

    225. Bitterlaw says:

      26,000 white people out of a total population of 33,000 equals 78.79%. Hardly the Klan rally claimed by Tgclown and lisabitch.

    226. jason says:

      Jason pretends I support the MSM by pretending that the word “never” does not mean never and really only means 1 year.”

      Bitter digs deeper hole by writing convoluted gibberish.

    227. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess lisab hates Asians as much as Sharpton’s fan, Tgclown. It is usually flaming libs who have to break people into groups. Add Tgclown to their ranks.

    228. lisab says:

      yeah radnor now has rich whites AND rich asians

      african anericans — not so much

    229. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – Just admit you lied when you posted Never Trump thousands of times OR you did not know the meaning of never. Neither is a good choice but you will feel better.

    230. jason says:

      The Libs only have 32.2% of the vote but are leading in 156 seats.

      The Conservatives have 34.1% and are leading in 122 seats.

    231. Bitterlaw says:

      Lisab moves to one of the whitest states in the country and pretends she is Rosa Parks. Of course, she is a union rep pushing CRT so I guess she feels ok about where she lives.

    232. jason says:

      Jason – Just admit you lied when you posted Never Trump thousands of times OR you did not know the meaning of never.”

      Zzzzzzz….

      I was a Never Trumper because I thought Trump was unfit for office. Once he became President I decided he was fit and was no longer a Never Trumper.

      To claim that because I changed my mind on Trump’s qualifications means that I don’t know what never with a small “n” means is asinine.

      GFY.

    233. jason says:

      Bitter trying to attack me for anti-Trump posts 5 years ago as a deflection for the fact he is an MSM toady is hilarious.

    234. Bitterlaw says:

      I checked several dictionaries. The definition of “never” does not change based upon whether it starts with N or n. GFY.

    235. lisab says:

      did you check the definition of depression while you were at it?

    236. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason changes the definition of “never” to mean less than 5 years.

      He knows I do not support the MSM or progressive positions. He knows I supported Trump more than he did where it mattered most – the voting booth.

    237. Bitterlaw says:

      I am well aware of the definition of depression and how it can kill.

    238. lisab says:

      I am well aware of the definition of depression and how it can kill.
      ————————

      too bad you did not learn that earlier

    239. jason says:

      “Jason pretends I support the MSM by pretending that the word “never” does not mean never and really only means 1 year”

      “Jason changes the definition of “never” to mean less than 5 years.”

      Bitter lies so much he can’t remember the lie he just told 5 a few minutes ago.

      Bitter knows the Never Trump movement referred to not supporting Trump in 2016. Many Never Trumpers in 2016 here and elsewhere supported him in 2020.
      Nobody “lied” about anything. Changing your mind on whether Trump was fit for office is not “lying”.

      The lie here is Bitter pretending he doesn’t run interference for the MSM on a daily basis.

    240. lisab says:

      The lie here is Bitter pretending he doesn’t run interference for the MSM on a daily basis.
      ————————-

      to be fair, some days he does not post

      like when he is busy watching the nfl games

    241. Tgca says:

      Depression comes in various forms and at various levels. Some extreme depression can lead to death but most does not, at least in the short term. But it can lead to many other health issues that could impact quality of health and longevity of life.

      Depression can also lead to substance abuse and addiction, as well as troubled relationships and acting out at various levels than can be harmful to oneself and/or others.

      We have known for decades that certain level of depression can lead to very serious and irrational behavior and has more to do with body chemistry than anything else so any denier of depression as an illness is extremely ignorant of health issues in this day and age.

      It’s a complicated medical issue that can sometimes pass in a short time or be long-term and recurring.

      We all suffer depression at one time or another but at varying levels of seriousness.

    242. Wes says:

      I see I missed nothing yesterday.

      Tg, I have a movie recommendation. It’s a xianxia movie called Zu: Warriors from the Magic Mountain.

    243. Bitterlaw says:

      Claiming the word “never” really means less than 5 years is lying.

    244. Bitterlaw says:

      Say what you mean in 245, lisab, Don’r be vague.

    245. Phil says:

      Beto to run!

      Interesting calculation. He came up short in the Democratic year of 2018.

      Now he decides to run in what many believe will be a more Republican environment.

      I guess he’s right. He was just born to run.

    246. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – Maybe no other Democrat felt like losing.

    247. Phil says:

      Hard to say, bitter.

      I know this. There are two kinds of people who want Beto to run in Texas. Conservatives who understand the politics in Texas and progressives who don’t.

    248. Bitterlaw says:

      Maybe he is counting on voters still being angry about the winter storms/electric shutdowns. But that crisis is over I doubt voters think Beto could have done better. You know your state.

    249. Phil says:

      Beto and Wendy should get a room.

      Hard to believe Democrats will throw in with someone with an even more extreme position on abortion than Wendy Davis. Third trimester abortion?….but then it’s just another example of how far left the Democratic Party has moved to the left – even in Texas. Third trimester abortion, open borders, and gun confiscation are mainstream in that party. They no longer even attempt to hide it.

    250. Phil says:

      One good thing. Beto should vacuum up one hundred million or so of out of state $$ that the left desperately needs to spend to hold the House.

      Waste of resources in my estimation.

    251. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Something is happening in the VA Governor’s race.
      Even PPP/ Jensen has it at only a 3 pt. TMac lead. Its poll was taken for a third party Liberal group where a much bigger lead would be expected.

      https://www.protectourcare.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/VirginiaPOCMemoResults.pdf

    252. Phil says:

      It’s a function of an off year election where the out of power party always does better, Sheeple. I suspect the Republican candidate loses by 4 or 5 instead of double digits in Va that he would be expected to lose by.

    253. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Here is a new Selzer Poll of Iowa(“The Gold Standard”). Two highlights:
      1) If Grassley runs again for the Senate, he leads his Dem. opponent 55/37.
      2) Biden’s approval/disapproval is 32/61, respectively.

      When and why has IA become such a “red” state?

      https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/21066251-iowa-poll-methodlogy-for-092121

    254. Phil says:

      Demographics, Sheeple. Same with Ohio. The electorate is loaded with non college gvoters who are skewing Maga – totally opposite of a state like Pa where you have a much larger black population in Philly and Pittsburg. There are no minority Democratic laden minority dominated big cities in Iowa. Also, there are no white snow flake college indoctrinated suburbanites – you know, like bitter’s neighbors.

    255. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #262- Phil
      Amusing!
      I’ve been meaning to ask how your wife is feeling?

    256. Phil says:

      Sheeple, we’ve had some issues of late, but overall, as well as can be expected. Thanks for asking.

    257. Tgca says:

      Me thinks Beto is running because he wants to gets hits on Twitter of him skateboarding and going to the dentist, hoping it will appeal to his Latino brethren.

      Oh wait! He’s not a REAL Latino. He’s faking Beijing one.

    258. jason says:

      lisab says:
      September 21, 2021 at 12:52 am

      The lie here is Bitter pretending he doesn’t run interference for the MSM on a daily basis.
      ————————-

      to be fair, some days he does not post”

      Heh, ok, point granted.

    259. jason says:

      Here is what I said when Trump won, Bitter can read it and then GFH.

      “jason says:
      November 9, 2016 at 12:25 pm
      #nevertrump lost big time,”
      Zzzzz, what did they lose exactly?
      NeverTrumpers didn’t think he was fit for the office and didn’t vote for him. Most, except Corey, also thought Hillary was completely unfit as well. He won anyway.
      I will support Trump on what I think he will do good for America, and there is much that I agree with him. What I don’t agree with I will oppose in my new role as an Independent. Whether I think he is fit or not is now irrelevant.
      If he surprises me and rises to the occasion I will be elated. I hope he is very successful as President.
      I don’t feel like I “lost” anything.”

    260. jason says:

      So it was clear that I didn’t view being part of Never Trump (capitalized) movement as meaning I could “never” (small n) support Trump.

      Maybe now Bitter can stop lying.

      You know, for years and years I had differences with Bitter, but we could resolve them by either agreeing to disagree or by calling a truce.

      In the last year or so Bitter has consistently resorted to baldfaced lies which he somehow thinks bolster his arguments.

      Maybe Bitter can do a little soul searching and wonder why he is compelled to state several times on each thread that he is not woke, he does not support progressive positions (his own words), he is not defending the MSM, etc.

      Has just about everyone here made these type of criticisms about him out of thin air, or did he plant those seeds himself?

      I would hope he could give it an honest assessment. No, not optimistic.

    261. jason says:

      How it worked out in Canada

      Liberals elected 148

      leading 10

      158

      32.2%

      5,155,947

      Conservative

      Elected 116 leading 3

      119

      34.0%

      5,432,041

    262. jason says:

      “Zachary Evans
      Tue, September 21, 2021, 9:48 AM

      President Biden’s job approval rating plummeted over the past few months, according to an Des Moines Register/Mediacom Iowa Poll released on Tuesday.

      Just 31 percent of Iowa residents approve of the president’s job performance, dropping below former President Trump’s lowest rating in the same poll (35 percent in December 2017). Meanwhile, 62 percent of respondents to the latest Iowa poll said they disapproved of Biden’s performance.”

    263. jason says:

      Well ok then.

      “Psaki on Why Migrants Can Enter U.S. But Unvaccinated Foreign Nationals Can’t: ‘Not the Same Thing”

    264. Phil says:

      I can think of at least 5 posters on here who didn’t cast ballots for Trump in 2016, but recognized his policies were good for the country once in office and had no hesitancy going all in for Trump in 2020. Jason, San Diego among them. I wouldn’t classify either as Neer Trumpers. That category I would use for the Coreys of the world.

    265. Phil says:

      That poll is the gold standard in Iowa, BTW.

    266. Tgca says:

      269. Jadon

      It’s being reported that Trudeau was elected PM again based on the same proportion he had 2 years ago so this election, in essence, has gained him nothing. He’s in the same position without a majority as he was before calling the election.

      He tried to pull a fast one hoping his popularity would give him the numbers he needed and failed so I don’t see how he celebrates a win.

      Had he done nothing, he’d still be where he is.

      History will show this as a failed attempted to secure more power.

    267. Tgca says:

      I think we should officially censure Bitter at this point with his continued campaign of misinformation, lies, and distortions.

      We can’t remove him through impeachment but we can collectively censure him.

      …and remember folks, drink Coke, watch woke sports and depression is not an illness but just a weakness.

    268. Tina says:

      I leave here and Bl has taken over the nick names?

      I guess I was fired.

    269. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason knows very well that this pit of vipers needs to attack somebody. They chose me so I will constantly defend myself against BS. My public statements destroy the “Bitter is woke” lie. No other poster has video to refute lies told about them.

      Your “Never” vs “never” argument is as laughable as Clinton’s claim that “it depends on what the meaning of “is” is.”

      We do agree on many things but you are relentless on sowing discord. I should do some soul searching? To what purpose? If I “confess” to being woke, which I am not, and beg for forgiveness, it will never be given. It will just bring about more lies. It would be like slicing open a vein and jumping into a sea of sharks expecting them to respect the boldness of the gesture and swim away. GFY.

    270. Cash Cow TM says:

      DRUDGE now down to only 8 COVID related stories.
      #################################################
      Are we turning the the corner?
      Are Americans finally fed up with COVID stories?

    271. Tgca says:

      277

      AHA!

      I sense Bitter is acknowledging his wokeness without acknowledging it. It’s like when people say “Im not saying I did it but if I did do it I would…”. Baby steps.

      Notice he says “If I confess” which really implies an admission of guilt but then he follows it “which I’m not” which appears to be his caveat because he “won’t be forgiven.”

      It sounds like he’s afraid to truly confess to his wokeness because he fears no one will forgive him. It’s a catch-22 for him. Bitter craves acceptance from those around him so I have a solution:

      Let’s all agree to forgive Bitter for being woke, and then he can feel comfortable giving up this charade claiming he’s not woke.

      Simple solution me thinks.

    272. Bitterlaw says:

      Do your worst, Tgca. I endure far worse than your clowning every day. I said I was wrong about depression. You don’t admit when you are wrong. That is why you are a sad joke.

    273. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzz

    274. Tgca says:

      280

      Please advise what I was wrong about. We all make errors so if I was incorrect please provide me the opportunity to correct it.

      As for you, you clung to your medieval views on health and medicine that still persist today in related unknowledgeable posts.

    275. jason says:

      Your “Never” vs “never” argument is as laughable as Clinton’s claim that “it depends on what the meaning of “is” is.”

      Still lying. I guess that is your new M.O.

      Here is is, clear as day. But you choose to continue lying.

      “jason says:
      November 9, 2016 at 12:25 pm
      #nevertrump lost big time,”
      Zzzzz, what did they lose exactly?
      NeverTrumpers didn’t think he was fit for the office and didn’t vote for him. Most, except Corey, also thought Hillary was completely unfit as well. He won anyway.
      I will support Trump on what I think he will do good for America, and there is much that I agree with him. What I don’t agree with I will oppose in my new role as an Independent. Whether I think he is fit or not is now irrelevant.
      If he surprises me and rises to the occasion I will be elated. I hope he is very successful as President.

      So it was clear that I didn’t view being part of Never Trump (capitalized) movement as meaning I could “never” (small n) support Trump.”

    276. Tgca says:

      I say we forgive Bitter for being woke but also still censure him for his campaign of misinformation, lies, and distortions even though he continues to play the victim and FALSELY claims with conspiracy theories in 277 “that this pit of vipers needs to attack somebody so they chose Bitter.”

      By the way, who are all these vipers at HHR that Bitter refers to? I want names dammit! …and who nominated Bitter to be the HHR martyr who bravely and single-handed lay fights these vipers?

    277. jason says:

      should do some soul searching? To what purpose? If I “confess” to being woke, which I am not, and beg for forgiveness, it will never be given.”

      You could apologize for calling me anti-Catholic.

      Or for saying I told you not to to to Mass, watch football or drink Coke.

      Or for lying about being part of Never Trump in 2016 means I “lied” in 2020.

      Or for saying I don’t watch the woke NFL because the Broncos suck.

      I will forgive you.

      You can come up with your own list.

    278. jason says:

      “How about the message from our Vice President? Where is she? She was supposed to be in charge…” – MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle on how Kamala Harris has gone missing at our southern border.”

      In her defense, what is she going to say?

      Sometimes silence is golden.

    279. jason says:

      Biden W.H.: Unlike Europeans, illegal immigrants don’t need to prove vaccination status because they “are not intending to stay here”

      However, millions of European tourists are planning to stay here?

      Who knew?

    280. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – You can keep reposting 283 as many times as you want but it does not change the definition of the word never. Your only choice is to admit you did not know the definition of the word or you lied when you used it.

      As for your list, you criticized me relentlessly for every political statement the Pope made and made it clear that attending Mass supports his political views.

      You stopped watching the Broncos as a reaction to Tebow being traded. They are 2-0 now so you can come back.

    281. Tgca says:

      This is siooooo bee-yoo-tee-ful.

      I wish I had gotten the same reception at HHR when I made my statement.

      No body clapped for me. *sniffles*

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/6th-grade-teacher-comes-out-to-students/

    282. Tgca says:

      Crazy times.

      Dr. Dragged out of his home and arrested by police because he prescribed Ivermectin to patient.

      I bet he regrets ever supporting Trump. Otherwise, he would never had heard of Ivermectin and prescribed it.

      Again…it’s Trump’s fault!

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/shock-video-doctor-arrested-in-his-home-for-prescribing-ivermectin/

    283. mnw says:

      8000 of the 15000 Haitians have been admitted & sent on to their destinations within the U.S.– because the 8000 are part of family units that include children. They are given a court date & promise to appear.

      The no-show rate for ALL such illegal aliens who promise to appear is appx 90%+ last time I checked.

      I thought I had conquered my tendency to get furious over things I have no control over, but no– THIS makes me angry.

      That’s a helluva way to discourage further illegal immigration.

      The Biden administration is lying through its teeth about deporting the Haitians in Del Rio.

    284. Tina says:

      Will there be a five investigation? I think they are nooses.

      Adam Shaw
      @AdamShawNY
      · 1h
      NEW: VP Harris is joining the pile on against Border Patrol agents, after images of agents on horseback blocking Haitian migrants caused horror in the Beltway.

      Harris says she supports a “thorough investigation” and says she is “deeply troubled about it.”

    285. Tina says:

      A fib investigation is needed.

    286. Tina says:

      Bongino Report
      @BonginoReport
      ·
      1h
      Kash Patel: Durham Probe Into Clinton Campaign Developing Into a “Very Well Laid-Out Conspiracy Charge”

    287. jason says:

      You stopped watching the Broncos as a reaction to Tebow being traded.”

      Bitter digs deeper hole, the lies are out of control.

      The Broncos traded Tebow in 2012.

      2020 was the first season I did not watch any football. Or maybe it was 2019. In any case it was years later that I stopped watching.

    288. jason says:

      Jason – You can keep reposting 283 as many times as you want but it does not change the definition of the word never.”

      Nobody changed the definition.

      Never Trump was a movement. I posted the quote where I made clear I was not saying I would never support Trump in the future. The date and time are on the post.

      But you continue to lie about it.

      Like I said, you have become an habitual liar incapable of arguing a point without lying.

      Sad and pathetic.

    289. jason says:

      I bet he regrets ever supporting Trump. Otherwise, he would never had heard of Ivermectin and prescribed it.”

      Yeah, according to Bitter the MSM toady the only reason anyone would support Ivermectin is if they are a Trump supporter.

      That in spite of it having been used for treating patients with for decades. It is FDA approved and its use won a Nobel Prize.

      But since the MSM wants to make it about Trump Bitter is happy to jump on their bandwagon.

    290. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      September 21, 2021 at 11:27 am

      Jason knows very well that this pit of vipers needs to attack somebody. They chose me so I will constantly defend myself against BS.

      -Bitterlaw,

      With all due respect, this is an internet blog, where any comments “attacking” you are just that, silly comments on an internet blog. Same as they were when MD and others would show their true character on here, trying to belittle people and such. It was laughable.

      Maybe you should try laughing a little, oh, and also, stop apologizing for the media and woke corporations. You watch the NFL. So do I. If someone wants to say I support a woke corporation, I guess I do. I have cut down viewing the product as much as I can, mainly only watch some games for Fantasy Football purposes now. It is what it is.

      Pretty sure in the next couple of years, between golfing more and weekend trips with the wife, that time watching will reduce even further.

      Viva la freedom!

    291. NYCmike says:

      Yoooo!

    292. NYCmike says:

      CCC

    293. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      “As the lawyer awoke from surgery, he asked, “Why are all the blinds drawn?” The nurse answered, “There’s a fire across the street, and we didn’t want you to think you had died.”

      Smile.

    294. NYCmike says:

      One more:

      “Santa Claus, the tooth fairy, an honest lawyer and an old drunk are walking down the street together when they simultaneously spot a hundred dollar bill. Who gets it? The old drunk, of course, the other three are fantasy creatures.”

    295. Tgca says:

      296

      Agreed!

      I call on HHR for an official censure of Bitter regarding his campaign of misinformation, lies, and distortions since we do not have the authority to expel him.

      I think Jadon and me are too close to this, having been the target of such misinformation, lies, and distortions from the woke one, and it would come across as partisan if we drafted the censure language so I suggest we look to other impartial HHR posters to draft the censure language.

      I recommend LisaB.

    296. Tgca says:

      298 NYC

      Do you drink Coke while watching the NFL?

    297. jason says:

      Maybe you should try laughing a little, oh, and also, stop apologizing for the media and woke corporations. You watch the NFL. So do If someone wants to say I support a woke corporation, I guess I do.”

      Fine. Everyone has his own level of tolerance for wokiness. That is why I never said to stop watching the NFL if you are comfortable with it. I am sure I support some woke corporations too. The airlines all seem to be woke and I still fly them.

      But I don’t feel compelled like Bitter does to attack and insult those that no longer want to watch woke sports, and don’t feel compelled to make up bogus reasons why they no longer watch.

    298. jason says:

      and also, stop apologizing for the media and woke corporations”

      That would be a good start for Bitter.

      But it won’t happen.

    299. NYCmike says:

      “Do you drink Coke while watching the NFL?”

      -Negative.

      I only drink Coke when I order out chinese food. About once a month.

    300. jason says:

      I only drink beer when I am not watching the NFL.

    301. NYCmike says:

      I drink domestic beer when I cook cheeseburgers.

      When I bake clams, I usually have a Stella Artois or a Becks. My Dad used to prefer Heineken, but I never liked the taste.

    302. lisab says:

      Do you drink Coke while watching the NFL?

      ———————-

      lol

      (while wearing a sweater?)

    303. NYCmike says:

      I don’t understand what people have against sweaters. Nothing better than an Irish wool sweater on a blustery autumn day, walking up the 18th fairway with the sun going down and an Irish coffee waiting in the clubhouse.

    304. lisab says:

      I drink domestic beer
      ——————

      which?

      i bought domestic beer once, coors or miller, i cannot remember

      still have not heard the end of it

    305. lisab says:

      i wear sweaters all time

    306. NYCmike says:

      When I think about it, Dad used to drink Grolsch with the swing-top cap with his Dad, but that was when we had raw clams.

      Nothing better than a sip of beer at 7 years old!

    307. NYCmike says:

      “i wear sweaters all time”

      -Does that make you a man, or me a woman?

    308. NYCmike says:

      Miller High Life in the little hand grenade bottles is the bomb!

      Cans of Coors Light and/or Budweiser, on ice for 3 hours, after a friendly game of ice hockey is paradise on Earth.

    309. NYCmike says:

      https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/angelo-codevilla-rip/

      -Very smart guy, Codevilla, may he rest in peace.

    310. Bitterlaw says:

      “Never Trump” was a movement where the first word was never. Never means not ever. That meant that under no circumstances would that person ever vote for Trump. Jason can spin it as many times as he wants. Maybe he should have posted Not Trump or No Trump. Words have meaning.

    311. jason says:

      Heh…

      “I have long been baffled by the idea that “spend $3.5 trillion or we won’t let you spend $1 trillion” would be a convincing argument to the non-crazies. Perhaps it’s actually not.”

    312. Wes says:

      From reading the above posts, I get the idea in Mikey’s Bible, the Book of Proverbs stops at Chapter 21.

    313. Bitterlaw says:

      No man should wear a sweater. Ever. If you are cold, put on a sweatshirt.

    314. jason says:

      “That meant that under no circumstances would that person ever vote for Trump”

      Zzzzzzz…

      Now you are making sh-t up. Where did you read that definition, at the official “Never Trump” site. You really are full of crap.

      Here is what I actually said at the time:

      “I will support Trump on what I think he will do good for America, and there is much that I agree with him. What I don’t agree with I will oppose in my new role as an Independent. Whether I think he is fit or not is now irrelevant.
      If he surprises me and rises to the occasion I will be elated. I hope he is very successful as President”

      It was pretty clear I left the door open to support him in the future.

      No amount of lying will change that.

    315. jason says:

      Words have meaning”

      Yeah, they do.

      That is why your lies are so transparent.

    316. Bitterlaw says:

      If Tgca wants me banned, go to the top of the page and click contact. Dave responds pretty quickly. The last person banned was Trump is Pete Wilson for something similar to what Tgca posted. I don’t support banning.

    317. Tgca says:

      307.

      So NYC admits he’s woke like once a month unlike a certain poster here FROM Philly who walks 9 blocks daily to his office lugging a 20 pound briefcase filled with Cokes.

      That’s like almost 27 cans of Coke in case folks don’t want to do the math.

      Just saying.

    318. Tgca says:

      I refuse to wear sweaters in Floreedah.

    319. Bitterlaw says:

      There was an “official” Never Trump site? Who knew?

      You “ left the door open” because you lied when you said “never” or thought the word had multiple meanings.

    320. Tgca says:

      315 NYC

      It can depend. Man or woman is not the only option of the 68+ identifiable genders.

      You may also be both if you experience gender fluidity as some claim their gender can change throughout the day.

    321. NYCmike says:

      “From reading the above posts, I get the idea in Mikey’s Bible, the Book of Proverbs stops at Chapter 21.”

      -Since today is the 21st of September, that is fine with me.

      I’ll get to 22 tomorrow.

    322. NYCmike says:

      But, these months with 30 days always screw me up!

    323. NYCmike says:

      “If you are cold, put on a sweatshirt.”

      -Where do you shop, Forever 21?

    324. Bitterlaw says:

      The briefcase is filled with files. I buy cases of soda in the store on the first floor. I estimate I drink at least 3-4 sodas a day. On Saturday, I did a lot of yard work so I drank 6 in 3 hours to keep my blood sugar up.

    325. NYCmike says:

      Funny thing – I usually layer up in autumn and winter, so I would probably have on a sweatshirt under the sweater.

    326. Tgca says:

      324

      More distortions and misinformation from the Woke One.

      I don’t think you should be banned. I did not say that.

      I’m recommending censuring you for your campaign of misinformation, lies, and distortions,

    327. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      You should probably start up “The Woke Blog”. You would automatically get the 30K people in your town to subscribe, then move out from there. We would help.

      You could do it as a joke, but the people in town would think it is serious, and we could end up ridiculing the ones who are really WOKE, unlike you.

    328. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – You went to college, right? There is a building on every campus where they sell books. It is called the book store. They also sell sweatshirts with the school name on it. You can also order on-line. You could also go to a store on vacation and buy a sweatshirt with the name of the place you are visiting.

    329. Bitterlaw says:

      Do you want me to post the videos again?

      Tgca- Just because I am trying to not revisit your vicious accusations, do not think that I forgot them. Your time would be better served by moving on to another topic.

    330. Tgca says:

      Twitter to Pay $809.5 Million to Settle Lawsuit Alleging Jack Dorsey, Others Misled Investors

      HA! HA! This is a UUUUUGE mark on Twitter and it’s integrity.

      Crooks have to use about 20% of their current cash and liquid reserves of $4 billion to pay a fine but they admit no wrongdoing.

      https://variety.com/2021/digital/news/twitter-investor-lawsuit-settlement-payment-jack-dorsey-1235068982/

    331. Tgca says:

      337

      What is you tawkin’ about Bish?

      What video?

      What vicious accusations? You mean you proudly belting out the Black National Anthem or you carrying 20 pounds of cans of Coke to work daily?

      It’s very hard to keep up with you and your ongoing fights with everyone at HHR.

    332. lisab says:

      i sometimes shop at forever 21,

      just like bitterlaw

      they have cool tee shirts

      for women

    333. lisab says:

      i am sure nyc wears very manly sweaters

    334. Bitterlaw says:

      My statements to the School Board which should have ended the false woke accusations against me.

      You know what you have accused me of. Ask Wes, NYC, Phil and Cash Cow.

    335. lisab says:

      you mean the school board meeting you were shamed into attending…

      but you waited until after the vote to attend

      so your words were meaningless?

    336. lisab says:

      just had an idea …

      someone should open a woke store for middle aged white guys

      we could call it forever 51

      and sell diet coke and nfl sweatshirts!

    337. Tgca says:

      342

      Oh woe is Bitter.

      The pit of vipers have chosen amongst all its posters him, and only him, to attack because they need to attack someone on HHR.

      This is why you’ve earned the title of HHR’s Meghan Markle.

    338. Bitterlaw says:

      No. The meeting I was reminded about and the vote was the same as it was the several times it was voted upon. Why speak at that one and the next one if I am so woke?

      How was your day pushing CRT as a union rep?

    339. jason says:

      There was an “official” Never Trump site? Who knew?”

      You must have found it. Where did you come up with this garbage?

      “That meant that under no circumstances would that person ever vote for Trump”

      I want to see where it says that if you were a Never Trumper in 2016, it means you cannot support in 2020 if you think he was a good President.

    340. jason says:

      I rarely agree with anything NYC writes, but I think his suggestion to Bitter was a good one.

      Bitter why don’t you try it out, maybe the “nest of vipers” will give you a break.

      “Maybe you should try laughing a little, oh, and also, stop apologizing for the media and woke corporations”

      I promise not to “attack” you for taking NYC’s advice.

    341. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t apologize for the media or woke corporations.

      As for Jason’s promise, I don’t believe it. But if he wants to try, sure.

    342. Wes says:

      Um, Jason, considering the dictionary definition of “never,” you can’t claim you’ll never support Trump one year but support him later:

      https://www.dictionary.com/browse/never

      Never has a pretty clear definition in English.

    343. Bitterlaw says:

      Like a wrestler jumping in to the ring and swinging a chair, Wes enters the fray.

      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bW7Op86ox9g

    344. jason says:

      Um, Jason, considering the dictionary definition of “never,” you can’t claim you’ll never support Trump one year but support him later”

      BS.

      Never Trump was a 2016 movement. Some people remained Never Trump beyond that, some didn’t.

      I didn’t claim “I would never support him later”.

      In fact what I stated was exactly the opposite,

      “I will support Trump on what I think he will do good for America, and there is much that I agree with him. What I don’t agree with I will oppose in my new role as an Independent. Whether I think he is fit or not is now irrelevant.
      If he surprises me and rises to the occasion I will be elated. I hope he is very successful as President”

      It was pretty clear I left the door open to support him in the future.

    345. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      September 21, 2021 at 5:25 pm

      I don’t apologize for the media or woke corporations.”

      So why do most people here think you do?

      Ah yes, “nest of vipers’ picking on poor ole Bitter for absolutely no reason.

      Here is the deal. You DO repeatedly run interference for the MSM and woke corporations and woke sports.

    346. jason says:

      The pit of vipers have chosen amongst all its posters him, and only him, to attack because they need to attack someone on HHR.”

      Hilarious.

    347. Tgca says:

      351

      Isn’t Wes one of the folks here acknowledging Bitter is woke?

    348. jason says:

      It IS true I usually have to find someone to attack.

      But Bitter was never that great a target until he started with this woke BS.

      I much prefer to attack Amoral Scumbag, Roadkill Maggot, the Biden Troll, etc.

    349. Bitterlaw says:

      As our learned Wes explained, there is no escape clause in the word “ never.” You can’t use it AND leave the door open. It has one meaning.

    350. jason says:

      I think wes agreed that Bitter was attacking those that refused to watch woke sports.

    351. jason says:

      As our learned Wes explained, there is no escape clause in the word “ never.”

      Zzzzzzz….

    352. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes can’t stand me. That is why he is objective on certain issues.

    353. lisab says:

      This is why you’ve earned the title of HHR’s Meghan Markle.
      ——————————

      to be fair

      meghan markle has been pretty successful

      before marrying harry, she was a working actress on a popular tv show

    354. NYCmike says:

      “You could also go to a store on vacation and buy a sweatshirt with the name of the place you are visiting.”

      -I usually buy a shot glass.

      I like lining up shots of milk to dunk my cookies in!

    355. Tgca says:

      Hey Jadon

      You owe me big time for this showing Bitter is wrong.

      Conservative explains in the National Review before Trump took office that Never Trump was about the primary, and to Jadon’s point, many Never Trumpers switch and supported Trump including folks like Rubio and Lindsay Graham.

      Never Trump Nevermore
      By JONAH GOLDBERG
      December 17, 2016 9:00 AM

      The Never Trump movement is over, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to stop criticizing Trump when he deserves it.

      The thing is: Never Trump is over. Never Trump was about the GOP primary and the general election, not the presidency. The Left wants to claim it must be a permanent movement, denying the legitimacy of Trump’s election forever, or we were never serious. Well, that’s not what we — or at least I — signed up for.

      https://www.nationalreview.com/g-file/never-trump-finished-russia-election-hacking-criticism/

    356. NYCmike says:

      “Excellent.”

      -Too bad the Catholic Church didn’t think of that last April!

    357. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      You need to laugh at the Meghan Markle comparison! That was funny!

    358. jason says:

      Tgca, thanks, but I already posted several times that I made the same point when Trump was elected.
      i didn’t say I would never support him the future, quite the opposite.

      But Bitter wants to continue to lie about my position.

      Sad.

    359. Tgca says:

      360

      So Bitter admits Wes is objective when he notes Bitter is woke. So I guess Bitter has to agree with Wes’s observation of Bitter being woke the same way Bitter agrees with Wes’ observation on the definition of Never.

    360. lisab says:

      megan markle also doesn’t have a tummy like winnie the pooh

    361. Tgca says:

      367

      My point is the article is proof positive from those in the Never Trump movement, including leading conservatives at a leading conservative magazine that Never Trump was about the primary and not meant to be forever.

      As he noted, the libs like to use that against the GOP and naive people like Bitter buy into that MSM narrative.

      Graham was against Trump being the nominee and then strongly supported him during his presidency, becoming a reliable confidante.

    362. lisab says:

      to be fair to winnie the pooh

      he is a pretty successful bear

    363. jason says:

      Skippy keeps his being wrong streak intact. Impressive.

      Skippy says:
      September 20, 2021 at 9:54 pm

      Trudeau is going to lose a close election tonight.

      Conservatives in Canada will be able to form a majority government. It’s close…but liberals have slipped enough from 2019 results and will lose tonight.”

    364. Cash Cow TM says:

      “8000 of the 15000 Haitians have been admitted & sent on to their destinations within the U.S.– because the 8000 are part of family units that include children. They are given a court date & promise to appear.”

      Well, sheeit.

      If this is true then I take back my statement yesterday that regarding sending the Haitians back to Haiti, I said Biden after 9 months in office had finally done something right.

      Apparently (according to mnw’s post above) Biden admin. is screwing up yet again. My bad.

      I should have know that Biden will continue to be Biden and always screw up.

    365. jason says:

      Dang, the last time Walt was fooled by a world leader was when he was led down the garden path by Alexander the Great.

    366. Wes says:

      I thought it was when Frederick II of Prussia promised not to seize territory from the Holy Roman Empire. Walt reported the agreement to Charles VI; however, shortly after Charles died, Frederick invaded and seized control of Silesia. Walt famously eulogized Frederick as the “worst lying bastard I’ve ever met.”

    367. jason says:

      He hadn’t met Biden yet.

    368. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgclown- I said I agree with Wes on certain issues. Certainly not all. I have fought Wes on his false woke accusations, too.

      Nice try at saving Jason. It failed. Jason was posting thousands of Never Trump posts up until Election Day 2016. It was not limited to the primaries.

    369. Bitterlaw says:

      Walt said he would never turn his back on a triceratops.

    370. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10014079/Boris-Johnson-arrives-White-House-visit-PM.html

      Biden sticks it to the UK. Telling the French to suck it while selling subs to Australia was ok but I like the UK.

    371. NYCmike says:

      “CG” is up on Mount Sanctimony, tsk-tsking us all.

    372. NYCmike says:

      He will be here soon to say how shameful we should all feel about the treatment of “migrants” by the Border Patrol.

      And to tell us to clap for JEB!2024…….