Merry Christmas

    Merry Christmas…here’s a new thread for the holiday!

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    849 Responses to “Merry Christmas”

    1. Bitterlaw says:


    2. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “WITHOUT including Crimea, the govt in Kiev can now lay claim to controlling perhaps 55% of its own territory.”

      Its more like aound 80%-90%.

      The size of the Crimea is about 10,000 square miles; the size of the Ukraine is about 233,052 square miles — the size of Texas. It has a population of 43 million. The breakaway eastern Donbass region consists of only about 10% of the Ukraine. Ukraine is a huge, vibrant country with a separate culture from Russia.

      The Crimea is populated by Russians and other ethnic groups, and historically was not part of the Ukraine. It was Khrushchev who arbitrarily included the Crimea in the Ukraine. Its population voted in an plebiscite to be included in Russia, and historically that is where it belongs. Likewise the 10% of the Ukraine that is part of the Donbass in southeast Ukraine could become part of Russia — however there is a significant part of the population in that region that is Ukrainian or of other ethnic background, and would actually like to stay in the Ukraine.

      By the way, the Ukraine is about double the size of Poland. Its army is 288,000, and has been shown to be willing to fight. We need to be sending them the required weaponry to do so.

    3. jason says:

      SDC, you are going to confuse the HHR isolationists, the Putin appeasers, Neville Chamberlains and “peace in our time” morons with facts.

      Putin doesn’t care about the Dombass region, he only cares about re-creating the Soviet Union. Standing by while he does should not be an option.

    4. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      My feeling is Putin is testing Biden like Khrushchev tested Kennedy during the Bay of Pigs. Putin senses Biden is weak and mentally decrepit, and like the rest of the world was shocked at Biden’s incompetence in Afghanistan. Why not provoke a crisis and see what sort of concessions he can get from the moron who is now U.S. president?

      The Germans threw him a loop by delaying the NordStream pipeline. He also has to worry that if there was a conflict with the Ukraine, the Belarus population might rebel and support the Ukraine. It’s up to Biden to act decisively now, which he may not be capable of doing. It’s frightening to think about. Trump would have resolved things with one blunt phone call.

    5. Gordon Allen says:

      SDC. The point I made earlier about Putin’s army of 175,000 being WAY too small to over run and occupy Ukraine.
      The entire standing Russian Army is barely above 400,000 men. It’s strength lies in its nuclear capability, which is scary

    6. jason says:

      The point I made earlier about Putin’s army of 175,000 being WAY too small to over run and occupy Ukraine.”

      Isolationist “peace in our time” BS goal post moving alert.

      Neville Chamberlain thought giving Hitler Czechoslovakia would appease Hitler just like Neville Allen thinks partioning the Ukraine would appease Putin.

      The US has to start a massive offensive weapon airlift to the Ukraine now so Putin understands an attack on Ukraine’s territorial integrity is an act of war and will be very costly in lives and financially.

      Putin is not going to use nuclear weapons to recreate the Soviet Union, he is just going to bully the Neville Chamberlain’s of the world into appeasing him.

    7. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      5. Agree Gordon. Putin is saber-rattling. He thinks he can get concessions from Biden and the new German leader. When Biden unilaterally dropped U.S. opposition to the NordStream gas pipeline, it was another sign to Putin that Biden was weak.

    8. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Germans are playing hardball with Putin.

      “The construction of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline was fully completed on September 10, 2021. In order to start pumping gas, the Nord Stream 2 operator needs to get approval from the German regulator. The certification has now been stopped, as the operator Nord Stream 2 AG, headquartered in Switzerland, needs to register a subsidiary in Germany.

      This week, the Federal Network Agency of Germany announced that a decision on the certification of the Nord Stream 2 operator will not be made in the first half of 2022. The Russian side has repeatedly stressed that Nord Stream 2 is a commercial project and is being implemented jointly with European partners…”

    9. Gordon Allen says:

      SDC. You’re right. Putin does NOT have the conventional capability( which is too expensive to maintain) to launch major offensive operations against any sizeable defending force; Crimea didn’t have that anyway. Ukraine, which has a 250,000 men, and an indigenous armament industry, is too tough a nut to swallow whole for him like Crimea/
      Supporting them(Ukraine) with economic sanctions against Russia, and targeted weapons deliveries is helpful.
      China is rich enough to maintain large conventional forces, and IS capable of swallowing Taiwan(vastly smaller than Ukraine) up, and is much the greater threat than Putin.
      Jason, with his myopic love affair w China(truly Chamberlain like-although the latter is somewhat unfairly criticized) will blow up at that. Big Whoop.
      I could give him some useful literature gained from a 40 year membership in the Air Force Association, and 25 years in The US Naval Institute, or from my library of WW 2 books to read, but as he and Bitterlaw believe themselves experts in things that they aren’t( an irony actually shared by those verbal contestants) they wouldn’t accept.
      i agree generally with your analysis.

    10. Cash Cow TM says:

      I have often heard people say
      “Crimea river”.

      Where is the “Crimea river”?

    11. Bitterlaw says:

      I could give him some useful literature gained from a 40 year membership in the Air Force Association, and 25 years in The US Naval Institute

      Just curious, Gordon. How many years did you actually serve in the military? I was not permitted to serve but I would not tout my years of watching documentaries and lectures as equal to service.

    12. jason says:

      40 years in the Air Force Association?


      Neville Allen is a joke if he thinks that somehow that makes silly isolationist stick your head in sand deny History rants more palatable.

      Neville Allen learned nothing from History. All he does is repeat shallow “peace in our time” mantra without actually having to do any thinking.

      And nobody is more for defending Taiwan here than I am, so Neville Allen can take his “jason love affair with China” and GFH.

    13. jason says:

      “and IS capable of swallowing Taiwan(vastly smaller than Ukraine)”

      Wow, where do I start with this stark display of ignorance?

      If “size” was the main consideration, Israel would be screwed.

      Someone should tell Neville Allen that Taiwan is an island, that its military is much more sophisticated than the Ukraine’s, and that the logistics of invading Taiwan are exponentially more complex than invading the Ukraine.

    14. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      9. Yes, agree with you Gordon that Putin is likely bluffing.

      Apparently Putin is now in a tizzy over the Germans delaying the NordStream pipeline. Putin might be realizing that being a buffoon may cost him several billion in gas revenue. The Green Party is a major player in the new German government, and is likely very happy to shut-off the pipeline as a matter of ecological purity. Little Greta should be scolding evil polluter Putin for not only attempting to destroy the Ukraine, but the whole planet as well

    15. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      On a good note, Europe is now importing a record amount of U.S. LNG instead of Russian natural gas. There presently are 10 large LNG carriers in route from the U.S. to Europe now — these are massive ships carrying huge amounts of chilled natural gas.

      “Russian exporter Gazprom PJSC isn’t booking Yamal-Europe capacities because its buyers, mainly in France and Germany, didn’t make requests for the supplies, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday.”

    16. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      15. Oops, was incorrect on the number of U.S. LNG Tankers headed to Europe, it’s a lot more:

      “More U.S. LNG Cargoes Head to Europe to Ease Energy Crisis
      By Sergio Chapa
      15 U.S. LNG cargoes declare European ports as destinations
      11 cargoes with undeclared ports also seem on path to Europe
      The number of tankers crossing the Atlantic with U.S. liquefied natural gas that declared Western European ports as their destinations jumped 50% in just 24 hours as the continent’s energy crisis deepens.

      They are now 15, up from 10 on Wednesday, shipping data compiled by Bloomberg show.”

    17. jason says:

      CNN is desperate. OMICRON HAS KILLED AT LEAST 1!

      “The Omicron variant of coronavirus is spreading quickly in several countries where it has been discovered. Even if it causes only mild disease — and that’s far from certain— that could still mean many people end up in the hospital and dying.

      It’s killed at least one person in the UK and put 10 into the hospital.”

      Wow, let’s shut it all down.

    18. jason says:

      On a good note, Europe is now importing a record amount of U.S. LNG instead of Russian natural gas. There presently are 10 large LNG carriers in route from the U.S. to Europe now — these are massive ships carrying huge amounts of chilled natural gas.”

      You mean the natural gas the Dems are trying to get the US to stop producing.

    19. jason says:

      Give her the Lack of Self-awareness Award for 2021.

      Kamala Harris say her greatest failure so far is “not getting out of DC more”.

    20. jason says:

      Putin is likely bluffing”

      Believing that is not a strategy.

      Calling his bluff is a strategy.

    21. jason says:

      Next Neville Allen will claim he has a friend with over 5000 hours playing Call of Duty, which makes Neville the premier expert in military strategy here at HHR.

    22. Gordon Allen says:

      Heh Jason numbskull. Would you like my AFA Air Force Association Number or a copy of my Certificate of membership for 40 years?
      Give me your mailing address so I can send you a certified copy so I can prove I sent it to you,so people here can know for sure what an ignorant blowhard BS artist you are.
      If your still living in your parents basement, give me their address.
      This site has become one laden with argumentative morons like yourself; I previously thought Bitterlaw was at the apex,but I was wrong.
      You take the cake. If you want to verify further information on me I’ll give you what you want,PROVIDED you do likewise,so others can fairly judge.
      You truly are the definition of an A hole. Congratulations on that.

    23. Bitterlaw says:

      Did Gordon serve in the military or not?

    24. jason says:

      Heh Jason numbskull. Would you like my AFA Air Force Association Number or a copy of my Certificate of membership for 40 years?”


      I don’t care if you have a number or not, neither does anybody else, the fact you think that being member of an “Air Force Association” somehow makes your vapid, shallow and idiotic rants any more credible is what I am mocking.

      Stick your “Association” memberships up your ass.

      Or maybe go play war games on your computer and then come back here and claim your are an expert in military strategy.

    25. jason says:

      And by the way, Neville Allen, did you answer Bitter’s question yet?

      How many years did you serve?

      Hint: member of the Air Force Association doesn’t count as “serving”.

    26. jason says:

      I previously thought Bitterlaw was at the apex,but I was wrong.”

      Sorry, Bitter, but such is life. One day at the apex, the next day dethroned.

    27. jason says:

      You truly are the definition of an A hole”

      Sorry Bitter, it is not your day.

    28. jason says:

      40 year membership in the Air Force Association, and 25 years in The US Naval Institute”

      There is a rumor Neville Allen was in the Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Army and Marines, although there is a question on whether having a “Semper Fi” bumper sticker on his car actually constituted being in the Marines.

    29. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – Do you want to join? I did not see any requirement to have actually served in the Air Force.

    30. Cash Cow TM says:

      Left WV this afternoon where the temps were in the 60s and flew to Minn./St. Paul where it is cold and snowing. Walt let Cow have the window seat.

      Spending night here and then drive the 4 (or more) hours north to near Mason, WI. Low temps there will be below zero.
      Parking lots at Dulles Airport were pretty full of cars (flew out before Christmas and are not returned yet). But the human traffic was light.

      Mask mandates everywhere. Very few people not abiding by them. But saw no maskless people wrestled to the ground or tazed.

      Saw more people travelling with dogs/little pups than I remember. Some pooped on the carpets of the hallways at the airports.

      They better hope this Cow’s bowels and bladder do not cut loose.

      Walt packed his cigars in non-carry-on luggage. But lighters and matches are (again) banned items and cannot be carried on or put in suitcases. At the hotel, Walt can’t find any matches, the rental SUV is push button start, turn a dial to change gears–very different from what he is used to. Had trouble figuring out how to lock the vehicle.

      So Walt is half pi$$ed–about the rental car setup, his smokes, inconvenience of airports travel in general, during the flight a crying tot on lap of a young mom in next seat up, had a lot of trouble finding a parking place at the hotel.

    31. Cash Cow TM says:

      Cow is in MN, but has not seen anything of lisab yet.

    32. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Russia announces withdrawal of 10,000 troops after drills near Ukraine.”

      Putin and the new German Chancellor are going to be discussing the Ukraine and other issues in January. If things go well, assume the German Chancellor will call and wake Biden up from his nappy and update him on what happened.

    33. jason says:

      Jason – Do you want to join? I did not see any requirement to have actually served in the Air Force.”

      What is the incentive?

      It hasn’t helped Neville Allen.

      Of course, that IS a low bar.

    34. jason says:

      I can see Walt misses the good old days when he traveled by horseback, slept in inns, and cavorted with bar wenches.

    35. jason says:

      Bitter, the requirements to join the Naval Institute are very stringent and only for the crème de la crème of military strategists.

      You need $65.

    36. jason says:

      Give me your mailing address so I can send you a certified copy so I can prove I sent it to you,so people here can know for sure what an ignorant blowhard BS artist you are.”

      Cool. I will send you a certified copy of my membership in the prestigious PLAA (Pennsylvania Llama and Alpaca Association, which in turn is associated with the even more prestigious International Camelid Institute.

    37. Wes says:

      I guess HHR has now devolved into arguments over who belongs to the more obscure organization now.

    38. Wes says:

      I guess HHR has now devolved into arguments over who belongs to the more obscure organization now.

    39. Wes says:

      I don’t know how that double post happened.

    40. Wes says:

      Walt. What kinds of cigars do you smoke?

      Partagás Oscuros and Kristoff GC Maduros are my personal favorites, though I tend to enjoy most major brands’ versions of Oscuros and Maduros.

    41. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – Do I have to own a llama or alpaca to join your group? If so, I may just join Gordon’s military groups that don’t require military service.

    42. Bitterlaw says:

      I checked. I do not need to own a llama or alpaca.

    43. Wes says:

      Can vicuña owners join, Bitter?

      They may feel left out.

    44. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes – I think this group is more inclusive.

    45. mnw says:

      The Elizabeth Warren effect:

      Per the website Legal Insurrection (quite a respectable outfit, imo), census data shows the Native American population in the U.S. has increased 86.5% in the last decade, between 2010-2020.

      This is not due to natural increase or immigration. This is entirely due to white people going all Elizabeth Warren in order to get in on the racial spoils, i.e., college admission preferences.

      The losers here are ordinary white Americans with college age kids, who can’t or don’t play these games.

      On a personal note, I know an atty, who was a Presidential appointee under Obama, who spent $20000+ on genealogical research, to establish that he/she was part Native American. This person (& his/her spouse also) are as white as freshly-fallen snow.

    46. mnw says:

      P.S. to post 46:

      I forgot to add:

      to the extent that any genuine Native Americans benefit from racial preferences, they are the primary victims, I suppose.

      Warren just pioneered this scam. To my horror, people think it’s a GREAT idea, apparently.

    47. jason says:

      Jason – Do I have to own a llama or alpaca to join your group? If so, I may just join Gordon’s military groups that don’t require military service.”

      Tell them you are friends with the Inca-Amish guy that thinks Lupita is better than the other llamas.

    48. Tina says:

      RNC Research
      · 13m
      BIDEN, TODAY: “There is no federal solution” to COVID.

      BIDEN, 2020: “I’m going to shut down the virus.”

    49. Tina says:


      ABC News Politics
      · 11h
      “Anything that could get people more vaccinated would be welcome,” Dr. Anthony Fauci says when asked by @jonkarl about potential vaccine requirements for domestic air travel.

      FRAUCDI 8/2020:

      Stephen L. Miller
      Fauci on CNN in August of 2020 – ” “I don’t think you’ll ever see a mandating of vaccine particularly for the general public,”

    50. Tina says:

      Paging Twitter support. Isn’t this “Covid Misinformation?”

      Alyssa Milano
      · 14h
      90% of the people I know have covid.

      100% are triple vaxxed & thankfully they have mild symptoms.

      We need to look at the vaccine like we look at seatbelts. A seatbelt won’t prevent you from getting in an accident but it can prevent serious injury and death.

      Wear your seatbelt.

    51. mnw says:

      Civiqs polling, about which I know nothing, has Biden’s JA at 36%, a new low for the year, in a poll released Sunday.

      It states it’s a large sample poll of RVs.

      As you might expect for a poll with Biden’s JA that low, ALL the subgroups are wretched for him also.

      I note that RAS today has Biden’s JA at 40/58, which is very close to his worst ever.

    52. jason says:

      Civiqs is the polling company DKos uses on their website.

    53. Jimmy Carter says:

      I am one Democrat who is thrilled to see Biden’s low job approval. Suddenly, 1977-1980 seem like golden years of American history.

    54. Meldrim says:

      #46, “On a personal note, I know an atty, who was a Presidential appointee under Obama, who spent $20000+ on genealogical research, to establish that he/she was part Native American. This person (& his/her spouse also) are as white as freshly-fallen snow.”

      mnw, you should have your attorney friend speak with Tsla, who is an expert on getting government freebies due to his “disadvantaged” status. He has taken several DNA tests to try to increase his black ancestry above 7%–I assume that he figures that if he studies a bit harder he can get to 12.5% and claim “octoroon status” and some extra cash–but I’m sure that he hasn’t spent anywhere close to $20,000 on his “credentials.”

      A great (if flawed) man once said “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Boy was he wrong about that one.

    55. jason says:

      Incas are native Americans, right?

    56. Gordon Allen says:

      As Russian tanks have yet to roll past Ukraine’s 2,500 tanks into Kiev,and are unlikely to today ( or ever?),I thought it safe to note the following:
      Biden said today the federal government can’t solve Covid,only the States can!!
      Square that with FEDERAL mandates

    57. Bitterlaw says:

      I think Jason is entitled to substantial reparations from the governments of Peru and Spain.

    58. jason says:

      Hi Jimmy. How goes it?

    59. Robbie says:

      The First
      Fauci on New Year’s Even parties:

      “When you’re talking about a New Year’s Eve party with 30, 40, 50 people celebrating…stay away from that this year.

      – Another presidential medal of freedom for Fauci, Jason fraud?

    60. Robbie says:

      ABC News Politics
      “Anything that could get people more vaccinated would be welcome,” Dr. Anthony Fauci says when asked by @jonkarl about potential vaccine requirements for domestic air travel.

      – Another presidential medal of freedom for Fauci, Jason fraud?

    61. Wes says:

      Robbie, have you forgotten the current President is a guy named Joe Biden?

    62. Jimmy Carter says:

      59 – its going great now that we finally have a sitting president that makes me look good.

      Americans once again need to turn down their heaters and put on a sweater. Now if we can just get soup lines and rationed gasoline.

    63. Tina says:

      Cry more, Rino.

      Quote Tweet

      John Harwood
      · 23h
      former Bush WH aide ?@Peter_Wehner? :

      “when Liz Cheney is more despised in the party than the crazed Marjorie Taylor Greene, Paul Gosar, Lauren Boebert, Jim Jordan, Madison Cawthorn, or Donald Trump Jr, you know the GOP has lost its moral bearings”

    64. Gordon Allen says:

      New census data about people voting w their feet. No#1 destination is Florida.
      Just saying. And the registration is plus Republican

    65. Tina says:

      They need to do this more. Only if they had more competent leadership that are not weak and timid.

      NBC News
      · 38m
      Republicans have ramped up attacks on President Biden and other Democrats ahead of the 2022 midterms, particularly around rising prices, the chaotic U.S. withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan, vaccination mandates and education.

    66. Tina says:

      Cn and N has just proclaimed the Let’s Go Brandon dad an insurrectionist.

    67. Tina says:

      And funded by Fraudci

      Quote Tweet

      Raheem J. Kassam
      · 4h
      Oracle Supercomputer: COVID-19 ‘Highly Adapted’ for Human (Not Bat or Pangolin) Infection.

    68. jason says:

      Another presidential medal of freedom for Fauci, Jason fraud?”

      Hey, Amoral Scumbag, don ‘t forget our party here on January 20th in your honor.


      You will complete one year ignoring Biden’s disastrous presidency to come here to talk about Fauci, Trump and me.

      We are thinking of an award gift….. maybe a framed photo of your idol Michael Avenatti?

    69. jason says:

      59 – its going great now that we finally have a sitting president that makes me look good.”

      Good to know.

      We thought it was bad to have “malaise”, we didn’t know we would get woke.

    70. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      December 27, 2021 at 2:09 pm

      I think Jason is entitled to substantial reparations from the governments of Peru and Spain”

      Cheapskate. In a globalized world everyone should share the burden.

    71. Wobbles says:

      Wes says:
      December 27, 2021 at 3:55 pm

      Robbie, have you forgotten the current President is a guy named Joe Biden?”


    72. jason says:

      “I’ve been telling Democrats, especially Democrats in targeted seats, enjoy the holidays, and you got a decision to make: retire or lose next fall,” Rep. Tom Emmer (R-Minn.), the chair of the National Republican Congressional Committee, told The Hill.”

      Dems, he has your best interests at heart, listen to him.

    73. mnw says:

      FOX Business reporter Michael Flynn today:

      “Oil May Hit $100 a Barrel in 2022 As U.S. Energy Independence Dwindles”

      That would be a 25% increase from today’s close. Many/most financial writers think that natural gas prices will increase even more than oil in ’22.

      It’s the one important change that the Biden regime really owns.

    74. Tina says:

      I will shut down the virus = read my lips, no new taxes.

    75. jason says:

      There are many changes that Biden owns, but that is an important one no doubt.

    76. Tina says:

      Let’s hope Souter 2.0, Beotchy, and Bushie, don’t flop over the vax mandates.

      Those 3 are scared of their own shadows.

    77. Tina says:

      Another failed agency taken over by loons.
      · 2h
      JUST IN – CDC has just revised its COVID “isolation guidelines” from 10 days down to 5 days. The change is “motivated by science.”

    78. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Walt. What kinds of cigars do you smoke?”


      Walt smokes Black and Mild.
      Not a fancy cigar.

      Sometimes the regular, sometimes the B&M Sweets.

      Tried the B&M Jazz (harsh and bad) and the B&M Wine (not a fan).

      BTW, 10 degrees here an hour ago when Walt left his son’s house. They had gotten about a foot of snow last night and this morning.

    79. Wes says:


      Black and Milds?

      Those are an abomination and a disgrace to cigars.

    80. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      61. Have some good news for you Robbie. When Trump wins in 2024 one of the first things he will do is get rid of Fauci. This will anger the Democrats, as they all but worship Fauci.

    81. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden Job Approval:
      Approve 40%
      Disapprove 58%
      1,500 LV, 12/21-26

    82. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden Job Approval:
      Approve 41%
      Disapprove 53%
      RMG Research/@ScottWRasmussen
      1,200 RV, 12/21-23

    83. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      A new @Rasmussen_Poll
      shows that 75% of American adults agree with author J.K. Rowling that there are only two genders

    84. jason says:

      Only 75%? Scary.

    85. Bitterlaw says:

      Should we call off the search for Tgca at 12:01 am on January 1, 2022?

    86. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason said Lupita was good at tracking lost individuals. I guess not.

    87. Bitterlaw says:

      Meldrim – It looks like you won’t need to learn Welsh translations of some words.

    88. mnw says:

      I74 correction:

      Brain freeze.

      If oil goes to $100/bbl from $75/bbl, that would be a one-third increase, not a 25% increase.

      Even though oil prices are way off their 2021 highs because of COVID/OMICRON, consumer spending is quite robust. The point being, if the Biden regime tales its foot off our necks by easing restrictions, oil consumption will likely return to recent highs, I think. AND the regime just very quietly eased some of the restrictions, i.e., the COVID quarantine time.

    89. Gordon Allen says:

      FBC reported a likely $4.00 plus a gallon national average by Memorials Day.

    90. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Here is how the moron Biden caved in to Putin on the NordStream pipeline:

      “Initially the Biden administration’s approach was one of continuity, copying the firm line adopted by Trump and urging Europe not to make itself vulnerable to Russian energy blackmail.

      But by May, the line had softened. German diplomacy was at work. On 19 May Antony Blinken, the US secretary of state, waived sanctions on Nord Stream’s chief executive, Matthias Warnig, chair of Nord Stream 2 and a close friend of Putin, explaining he wanted to give time for diplomacy to work. By 7 June Blinken said the pipeline was a fait accompli, and on 21 July, a week after meeting Merkel at the White House, Biden lifted sanctions altogether in a farewell gift to her.”

    91. mnw says:


      I think energy stocks are being artificially held down by investors’ fear of what the Biden regime may do– this political risk factor has nothing to do with supply & demand.

      91 SDC

      That situation is one of the reasons I like natural gas equities so much.

    92. Tina says:

      Maga J6 grandparents are still in pre trial confinement for “parading,” while Antifa get charges dismissed for trying to blind Federal officers in Portland.

      Quote Tweet

      Mia Cathell
      · 16h
      A trans Antifa rioter charged with a felony for assaulting police officers had a federal case dismissed after completing 30 hours of community service.

    93. Tina says:

      I would take $4.00 gasoline, as we are nearly $5.00 in winter.

    94. Meldrim says:

      #88, Bitter, I knew that the Woke virus had spread across the Pond, but it’s still disappointing to see any government establish a speech code, even if it’s for public employees. Ac dw i ddim yn mynd i siarad fel hynny.

    95. jason says:

      Jason said Lupita was good at tracking lost individuals. I guess not.”

      The problem is the terrain. Lupita’s ancestors were used to what you see below, so she is useless in the gator infested swamps where Tgca might be lost.

    96. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      92. Mnw, I am involved with natural gas as part of my work, and they cannot get it out of the ground fast enough to meet demand. Biden is bouncing off the wall; he wants to stop drilling yet is also demanding increased production. He is also shocked shareholders are finally making good profits(imagine that). The fact the economy is doing well despite the clueless clown in the White House shows the underlying strength of the country. Even my most dogmatic liberal friends now admit the Democrats are going to get slaughtered in the 2022 elections.

    97. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      90. “FBC reported a likely $4.00 plus a gallon national average by Memorials Day.”

      In California we can only dream of it being that low.

    98. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      This will cause a few people to go bonkers. Trump speaks his mind, even when it offends:

      “During an interview on Tuesday with former President Donald Trump, conservative commentator and activist Candace Owens questioned the efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccines.

      “Oh no, the vaccines work,” Trump said. “The ones who get very sick and go to the hospital are the ones that don’t take the vaccine. But it’s still their choice. And if you take the vaccine, you’re protected.”

      “Look, the results of the vaccine are very good, and if you do get it, it’s a very minor form. People aren’t dying when they take.”

    99. jason says:

      Dang, I bet mnw and Meldrim are not on Greta Thunberg’s Xmas list.

    100. jason says:

      Trump realized early on that the vaccine was essential, and operation warp speed delivered it.

      So obviously Trump was never an anti-vaxxer.

    101. jason says:


      Woke golf pays up.

      Of course they expressed satisfaction. Trump got a fat check and the PGA saved themselves from having to write an even fatter check.

      “Former U.S. President Donald Trump has resolved a dispute with the PGA of America over the golf association’s decision earlier this year to pull a major professional tournament from a Trump-owned golf course, the PGA of America said.

      In a press release, the PGA said it had reached a confidential settlement with the Trump Organization that resolves legal claims stemming from its decision in the wake of the storming of the U.S. Capitol to shun Trump’s golf course in Bedminster, New Jersey.

      “While the terms of the settlement will remain confidential, representatives from both the PGA and the Trump Organization expressed satisfaction with the agreement,” the press release stated.

    102. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      101. The irony is Trump would have pushed people to voluntarily take the vaccine. I don’t think he would ever have supported mandates. So much controversy would have been avoided, and we likely would have had higher vaccination rates.

    103. Wes says:

      To be fair, I can’t blame the PGA for not wanting to have a golf tournament in New Jersey.

      Who really wants to play golf in a sewer?

    104. Wes says:

      Civiqs has a new poll with Biden at 37-54

      For comparison, GWB–the worst President this century till Biden took office–never hit 37% till summer of 2005.

    105. Gordon Allen says:

      Carter by far was the worst President before Biden.
      Those of us old enough to remember know the level of despair and fear of the future felt then with that lightweight in office

    106. mnw says:

      FOX News today identifies Sky Queen as “MSNBC’s Claire McCaskill.”

      Ahhhh! Was it good for you too, Claire?

    107. Tina says:

      I believe he said on Candace’s show. No to mandates.

      Sounds like he said the following

      Get the vaccine if you want it.

      Don’t get it if you don’t want it.

      No to mandates.

    108. Tina says:

      Yikes, Covid cases hit an all time high. 2 years in,

    109. Tina says:

      · 57m
      2020 Most Accurate National Pollsters

      Emerson College: 0.4% Error
      Hill/HarrisX :0.4%
      Big Data Poll @Peoples_Pundit : 0.45%
      IBD/TIPP: 0.6%

      Least Accurate National Pollsters
      CNN/SSRS: 7.4% Error
      Quinnipiac U: 6.4%
      NBC/WSJ: 5.4%
      YouGov: 5.4%

    110. Bitterlaw says:

      RIP, John Madden.

    111. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      109. This strain of COVID is ripping through the population. My family’s Christmas event got cancelled when two of our families had an outbreak. It’s hitting people not hit by the initial strains. Thankfully is does not appear to get people very sick.

    112. Phil says:

      Harry Reid dead.

    113. jason says:

      Surreal headline at Yahoo.

      “Harry Reid,former Senate majority leader and conservative Democrat, dead at 82”

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    114. Phil says:

      Conservative Democrat.

      Yep. The MSM is such a joke.

    115. Bitterlaw says:

      Reid was a flaming liberal. Trump funded a flaming liberal. Both can be true.

    116. Tina says:

      Political Polls
      Which of the following politicians most represents your political views?

      Trump 44%
      Biden 31%
      Ocasio-Cortez 11%
      McConnell 8%

      , 1,000 LV, 12/9-12

    117. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 National Democratic Primary Poll:

      Joe Biden 34%
      Someone else 40%


      Has a past president ever polled this badly among his own party?

    118. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      A trip down 2021’s Memory Lane for the Biden Presidency. The man is a lying, manipulated dimwit.
      The choice for transgression #1 is interesting.

    119. jason says:

      Moonbats will be disappointed.

      Oprah refuses to throw Dr. Oz under the bus.

      In a statement to New York Magazine, Winfrey said through a spokesperson, “One of the great things about our democracy is that every citizen can decide to run for public office. Mehmet Oz has made that decision. And now it’s up to the residents of Pennsylvania to decide who will represent them.”

    120. jason says:

      Damm, only 8% agree with my political views?

      I would have answered McConnell given those choices.

      Not given a choice, I probably would not have thought of McConnell, I would have said GWB, Rob Portman or Marco Rubio.

      No wonder I don’t fit into the Republican Party.

    121. New York City says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      December 28, 2021 at 9:54 pm

      Reid was a flaming liberal. Trump funded a flaming liberal. Both can be true.”

      Only because he wanted to build a casino in Nevada.

    122. DW says:

      “NBC Announces ‘Surge’ in Child COVID Hospitalization Rate to 0.00000026%”

      Real headline, not satire. The Babylon Bee is going to go out of business, replaced by the real thing.

    123. jason says:

      If you read the article you find out cases went from 1100 to 1900.

      But that is because they tested children who went to the hospital for other reasons and some of them tested positive for Covid.

    124. jason says:

      Bitter to say this happened in Bad Philadelphia in 3, 2, 1….

      “PHILADELPHIA, PA—The Philadelphia Police Department today confirmed Santa Claus was sleighjacked while trying to deliver toys to all the good little boys and girls in the city.

      “I parked to check Google Maps and suddenly there was this guy with a gun forcing me out of the sleigh,” a tearful Claus told police. “I didn’t have time to dig through my sacks of toys to get out a Red Ryder BB Gun and defend myself. It all happened so fast.”

      “Ugh, I had over seven PS5s on that thing!”

      Claus says the sleighjacker pushed him out of the sleigh and then took the reins, taking the magical flying vehicle on a joyride through the skies of Philly. Investigators believe the sleighjacking was random and that the perpetrator simply intends to get it over the Mexican border where it can be sold for parts. The reindeer may be taken to Canada where they’ll be made into jerky.”

    125. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Trump favors the vaccine, but also opposes mandates — common sense position:

      “The tweet seems to reflect the awkward position many outspoken supporters of the former president have found themselves in as a result of his recent vaccine advocacy. At an event with former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly in Dallas on Dec. 19, Trump confirmed that he had been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and revealed that he had received a third shot, a comment that prompted boos from some people in the audience. In another interview with conservative commentator Candace Owens later that week, Trump continued to tout the efficacy of the COVID vaccines, which were developed under his administration.

      “The vaccine is one of the greatest achievements of mankind,” Trump told Owens. “And if you take the vaccine, you’re protected. The results of the vaccine are good.””

    126. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess the murders and robberies happen in Bad York.

    127. Bitterlaw says:

      I will explain again to my dim-witted A-hole. Crimes can and do happen anywhere in Philadelphia. Most crimes occur in certain areas of the city.

    128. Gil says:

      Now that Harry Reid is dead, how many elections will he be allowed to vote in in the future?

    129. jason says:

      Dang, Ma, that Babylon Bee brand bait works really well.

      Who wouda thunk?

    130. jason says:

      Now that Harry Reid is dead, how many elections will he be allowed to vote in in the future?”

      Ballot harvesting in Nevada is legal.

      His ballot was harvested and frozen and supposedly the cryogenics technology guarantees it for at least 14 elections.

    131. jason says:

      “dim witted A-hole”

      Most A-holes are dim by nature, so not offended.

    132. jason says:

      I guess the murders and robberies happen in Bad York.”

      Zzzzzz.. I never claimed there was a Good York and a Bad York. I think the crime stats pertain to the entire city.

      You are the one justifying high crime rates in Philly by pretending there are 2 cities, a Good Philly and a Bad Philly.


    133. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzz I said crime can happen anywhere in Philadelphia but it is worse/focused in certain areas. You invented the false term Bad Philadelphia. I did not. GFY

    134. jason says:

      I said crime can happen anywhere in Philadelphia”

      Not only it can but it does.

      You are the one that squeals like a stuck pig whenever someone says the truth: Philadelphia is a crime ridden, drug infested, politically corrupt city and tries to counter that with “yes but there is a “good” Philly too.

      It is all one city. The fact some neighborhoods are better than others doesn’t change that.

    135. Bitterlaw says:

      If my choice was to be shot and die on a Philadelphia sidewalk tonight or live to be 100 where Jason lives, I would take the bullet.

    136. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Has anyone noticed that the likes of L. Page, Comey, Rosenstein, Brennan, Clapper, Weitzman et al have disappeared from the world stage? I wonder why? Any ideas?

    137. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “A new national telephone and online survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that 79% of Likely U.S. voters are concerned that Russia may launch a military invasion of Ukraine, including 39% who are Very Concerned. Fifteen percent (15%) are not concerned about a Russian invasion of Ukraine.”

    138. jason says:

      If my choice was to be shot and die on a Philadelphia sidewalk tonight or live to be 100 where Jason lives, I would take the bullet.”

      Bitter hates the deplorables that much, we get it.

    139. jason says:

      Former Philly mayor: White DA’s wokery nothing but “bulls*** … paternalism” as crime explodes”

      Bitter to squeal and say it has only “exploded” in Bad Philadelphia in 3, 2, 1…..

    140. jason says:

      When Larry Krasner, Philadelphia’s liberal district attorney, was asked this month about the city’s crime surge that includes an unprecedented 550 homicides this year, he appeared to play it down. “We don’t have a crisis of lawlessness,” Krasner said. “We don’t have a crisis of crime. We don’t have a crisis of violence.”

      I am sure Bitter agrees with him. Nothing to see here, let’s move on. Just ignore Bad Philadelphia, everything is normal.

    141. Bitterlaw says:

      Fine. If my choice was to be shot and killed on a sidewalk in Croydon, Havertown, Upper Darby, or anywhere in Southeast PA where deplorables live OR live to be 100 where Jason lives, I would take the bullet.

    142. mnw says:

      It’s astonishing to me that voters willingly choose soft-on-crime prosecutors.

      This is new. It’s beyond the realm of my experience. My entire adult life, people have taken for granted that prosecutors would be tough on crime, for the same reason that dogs chase cats and squirrels.

      Behold the results of this new political phenomenon. It’s not a case of bait-and-switch, either. As far as I know, all these Soros prosecutors WARNED people they were going to be soft-on-crime if elected.

    143. jason says:

      I am prescient.

    144. Bitterlaw says:

      Larry Krasner is a Soros puppet.

    145. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess I will cancel the reservation at the Peruvian restaurant. Jason would not come to Philadelphia to eat.

    146. Bitterlaw says:

      This restaurant is in my building. Jason would never eat here, either. It is across the street from City Hall.

    147. Tina says:

      But firing people,who don’t want the vax is ok. It won’t disrupt society

      The Hill
      · 1h
      Dr. Fauci: “There is the danger that there will be so many people who are being isolated who are asymptomatic for the full ten days, that you could have a major negative impact on our ability to keep society running. So the decision was made of saying let’s get that cut in half.”

    148. DW says:

      “Biden Admin Evacuated 1,450 Afghan Kids to U.S. Without Their Parents”

      Another real headline, not Babylon Bee.

    149. DW says:

      Okay, let’s play the game which one of the following five is the REAL headline…

      1) California Judge orders ports closed until all cargo ships refitted with zero emission engines.

      2) Biden to fill judicial vacancy with illegal immigrant.

      3) IRS says to report stolen property as income, unless you return it the same year.

      4) Progressive city mulls elimination of fire department in effort to reduce fires.

      5) Colorado resident has changed gender for the fifth time.

    150. Meldrim says:

      “Damm, only 8% agree with my political views?

      I would have answered McConnell given those choices.

      Not given a choice, I probably would not have thought of McConnell, I would have said GWB, Rob Portman or Marco Rubio.

      No wonder I don’t fit into the Republican Party.”


      Funny, I would have answered McConnell as well, and had he not been a choice would have said Ron DeSantis, Tim Scott, Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio, but I that doesn’t lead me to believe that “I don’t fit into the Republican Party”–far from it.

    151. Meldrim says:

      #150, yikes, DW, is one of those headlines actually real? I’m torn between #3 and #5 as to which one may be real … I’ll go with #5.

    152. DW says:

      152 – sad to say, but yes, one of those is real.

    153. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Harry Reid was a seedy politician. He was effective at enriching his family. Reid would get money allocated for wind and solar projects in Nevada, which his son’s law firm would then represent in obtaining permits and approvals.

      One particularly putrid example of Reid’s family cronyism took place in Reid’s home town of Searchlight. Residents opposed a wind farm on sensitive land adjacent to the town. Reid’s property was in the southern part of Searchlight, and he made sure the wind projects impacts to his property’s views was removed before supporting the project:

      “Views from Reid’s property, however, won’t be ruined. That’s because when Duke Energy scaled the project down from 161 turbines to 87 turbines, it removed the proposed turbines near Reid’s property on the west side of Searchlight. According to maps presented by Duke Energy and the BLM, only the turbines proposed for the town’s east side remain. While Reid will still have his “beautiful views of the mountains,” some turbines will be just 1,000 feet from private property lines.

      Meanwhile Reid’s son, Rory, had no problem voting for the project as a County Commissioner, despite his law firm representing the applicant:

      “Reid’s son, Rory, the former Nevada gubernatorial candidate and now a partner in the Lionel Sawyer & Collins law firm, is also connected to the Searchlight Wind Project. Lionel Sawyer & Collins represents Duke Energy, as well as several other renewable-energy companies championed by Harry Reid. This did not prevent him from voting for the project in 2010 as a member of the Clark County Commission.”

      Anyone who has ever watched Nevada politics is amazed at the blatant and often open corruption.

      Thankfully, an environmental lawsuit by a local Indian tribe and residents killed the project. The area is now part of the area of the proposed Avi Kwa Ame National Monument — its an amazing beautiful area with some of the nicest Joshua Tree forests in the nation. Both Searchlight and Boulder City, which are the nearest towns, both strongly support the new national monument.

    154. Annie says:

      What a sweet statement from Trump. Still nothing from Slow Creepy Joe.

      Statement by Former President Donald J. Trump on the Passing of Former Senator Johnny Isakson
      DECEMBER 19, 2021

      Melania and I and the entire Trump family are saddened to learn of the passing of Johnny Isakson, the distinguished former United States Representative and Senator from Georgia.

      Senator Isakson was a colleague and a friend. We served together and traveled together, and found common ground built on mutual respect for each other and the institutions that govern our nation.

      Johnny was a proud Republican, he put country before party, and valued political combat.

      In Johnny’s memory, let us heed the wisdom he offered upon retiring from the Senate, where he urged everyone to devote less energy to describing problems and more effort to fighting for the right solutions.

      Johnny Isakson was a patriot and a gentleman.

      Georgia has lost an indispensable son.

      America has lost an exemplary leader.

      Our prayers are with Dianne and the entire Isakson family.

    155. DW says:

      …and the correct answer….the true headline…

      1) California Judge orders ports closed until all cargo ships refitted with zero emission engines.

      2) Biden to fill judicial vacancy with illegal immigrant.

      3) IRS says to report stolen property as income, unless you return it the same year.

      4) Progressive city mulls elimination of fire department in effort to reduce fires.

      5) Colorado resident has changed gender for the fifth time.



      3) IRS says to report stolen property as income, unless you return it the same year.

    156. Tina says:

      Over 426,000 new Covid cases, per world meter, USA.

      The highest number evah, while his Fraudulency is on vacation,

    157. CG says:

      I like when Sen. Isakson said that Trump deserved to be “whipped” for the things he said about John McCain, including after McCain had died.

      Somebody must not have told Trump about that.

    158. CG says:

      Upon further examination, take note that the tribute to Sen. Isakson that Annie attributed to Donald Trump was actually word for the word the Biden statement just changing the names.

      So, was that a real Trump statement plagiarizing Biden (the irony) or is Annie up to something again?

    159. CG says:

      The first give-way be would that Trump would ever allow himself to be referred to as “former President.”

    160. Bitterlaw says:

      Happy New Year, Corey.

    161. CG says:

      Same to you.

    162. Bitterlaw says:

      You know you can still hate Trump but say Biden sucks, right?

    163. CG says:

      Been my position all along.

    164. Bitterlaw says:

      I must have missed all your anti-Biden posts. I do need new reading glasses.

    165. jason says:

      The Biden Troll now claims not to support Biden and his agenda?


    166. CG says:

      Yeah you did miss them. Perhaps you are thinking about Robbie. I do not post much here but every time, I have pointed out numerous disagreements with Biden policies, etc.

      What I would like is for the Republican Party to embrace mainstream conservatism again as opposed to Trumpism and be in a position to elect a new President in 2024.

      I think you agree with me that the hemorrhaging of support for Republicans in the suburbs due to Trumpism is very bad politically for Republicans.

      Those are the voters Republicans need to win back in order to win nationally, instead of having them vote Democrat for President as they did against Trump. We did see in the down ballot races and in Virginia and other places this year that there are a lot of people willing to vote for Republicans, but not for Trump. The rural and small town voters who are somewhat new to voting Republican are unlikely to go back to being Democrats any time soon.

    167. jason says:

      Been my position all along”

      Should we nominate this for Lie of the Year?

      I know there is a lot of competition.

    168. jason says:

      Ah yes, “the get back the suburban vote” suicide strategy.

      Fortunately it is not going to happen, and it is telling that someone that supported Biden and his agenda wants the Rs to commit political suicide.

      The “suburbancentric” R party has gone the way of the dinosaurs and is not coming back.

      The Biden Troll represents “mainstream conservatism” about as much as I represent Maoism.

    169. jason says:

      Yeah you did miss them”

      Everyone did.

      You are on record here as saying “a far leftist is better than Trump”.

      You got your far leftist and still not happy?


    170. CG says:

      Every single person who posts here, regardless of what else they disagree on or fight about, all agree that jason is a pathological liar, so that speaks for itself.

      I first posted here in 2004 and my beliefs and political philosophy are pretty much unchanged since then. The term Bidem Troll nor any other “troll” makes an ounce of sense in reference to me.

      Now, I did vote for Biden, first Democrat I have ever voted for in any election, as a way to oppose Trump. Like many who voted for Biden, I do not like most of what I see.

      So how do Republicans win back these voters? Writing them off is not smart politics.

    171. Bitterlaw says:

      Epstein’s evil partner, Maxwell, convicted on 5 of 6 counts. No jail sentence is long enough for abusing those girls.

      Wes to blame me for Senator Menendez, an evil man I wanted convicted and never voted for, in 3…2…1…

    172. Bitterlaw says:

      Good thing you opposed Trump. Biden squeaked by with only 57.54% of the vote in Illinois.

    173. mnw says:

      “The American Dream Is On Life Support in the Bay Area”

      An extraordinary first-person account!

      Having lived in the Midwest all my life, the Bay Area area described in this article seems as strange and incredible to me as the moons of Saturn.

    174. CG says:

      You always advised to make a choice and “eat your neighbor”, but I guess in retrospect I should have wrote in Mitt.

    175. Tina says:

      Epstein’s network is all hushed up now.

      Notice how Comedy’s daughter and the judge hushed it all up,

      Other than bj, we won’t know who traveled to Pedo Island.

    176. Tina says:

      We may get the jebots favorite candidate in 2024.

      Her Thighness

    177. CG says:

      I admire Liz Cheney for far more than her thighs.

    178. jason says:

      I guess Japan is not a banana republic…

      “Japan Rejects Mandatory Vaccination, Discrimination Against the Unvaccinated and Places Myocarditis Warning on COVID-19 Vaccines, Requires Informed Consent

      Japan’s Ministry of Health website currently states the following:

      “Although we encourage all citizens to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, it is not compulsory or mandatory. Vaccination will be given only with the consent of the person to be vaccinated after the information provided.

      Please get vaccinated of your own decision, understanding both the effectiveness in preventing infectious diseases and the risk of side effects.

      Please do not force anyone in your workplace or those who around you to be vaccinated, and do not discriminate against those who have not been vaccinated.”

    179. Tina says:

      It’s all collapsing. They have no clue. Never trust a doctor who never practiced medicine, Fraudci was give two large pay raises by Mute 43 after daddy 41 hired him.

      Rising serpent ??
      The CDC reduced isolation from 10 to 5 days, revised omicron from 73 to 23% Fauci wants mandates to fly, Biden said there’s no federal solution, the government told hospitals to stop giving monoclonals, Twitter banned the inventor of mRNA vaccine.
      And that’s just the last 3 days.

    180. Tina says:

      Only if we had a competent FBI that would raid the NIH.

    181. Tina says:

      Does he even need to make this statement? He is a fine lawyer


      Who ditched his secret service to go to Pedo Island? Hint, the former President was dikking bimbos

      Jonathan Turley
      One glaring issue in the conviction is that Maxwell conspired to transport girls for sex but, beyond Epstein, none of the men who allegedly had sex with these girls have been prosecuted.

    182. mnw says:

      175 Postscript:

      When the writer & his wife recount their experiences of 4 home burglaries, 2 car break-ins, people using their driveway as a toilet (& so on), MOST of the comments are along the lines of:

      “Sorry the misfortune of others makes you uncomfortable.”

    183. jason says:

      Now, I did vote for Biden, first Democrat I have ever voted for in any election, as a way to oppose Trump.”

      Zzzzzzzz…..what unmitigated horse crap.

      The Biden Troll, who tried to sell Hillary Clinton here as bipartisan, non-partisan and moderate, and then voted for Biden and the entire far left agenda, has the chutzpah to call someone else a pathological liar?

      Nobody wants your vote back. You own the Biden agenda, the woke culture, the cancel culture and all its consequences.

      Why don’t you just go back to whatever far left cesspool you hang out in and enjoy your “victory”.

      And don’t forget to GFY.

    184. Tina says:

      We must hush up the Epstein Network. Nice mop up operation to protect the ones dikking bimbos at Pedo island.

      Too many Rs and Drats.

    185. CG says:

      And you will sit home and not vote like the coward you.

    186. CG says:

      To clarify, jason’s lies and distortions aside, he will stay home and not vote like the coward that he is.

    187. Tina says:

      I doubt that the Clinton Groupies first Drat vote was for his Fraudulency.

    188. Tina says:

      You would think Comedy et al would have offered a deal for Ghislane to name names.

    189. jason says:

      I know I will be a minority here, but I don’t think Ghislaine Maxwell is responsible for Epstein’s crimes, and I am skeptical about people with highly coached people with a financial interest testifying decades later.

      Outside the purported victims, not one household member or other witness seems to have observed anything illegal by Ghislaine Maxwell.

      She “procured” girls for Epstein? Give me a break, unless she kidnapped them and abused them herself I don’t see the crime.

      I think she was railroaded by our new woke judicial system.

    190. jason says:

      And you will sit home and not vote like the coward you.”

      I will compare my vote for Trump to your voting for Biden’s agenda anytime.

      And you are a coward, you voted for Biden’s agenda and are too much of a pussy to own up to it.

    191. jason says:

      I doubt that the Clinton Groupies first Drat vote was for his Fraudulency.”

      Bet on it.

      He certainly voted for Hillary. He was so sure she would win he gave me 100-1 odds.

      He actually thought she was a “better person” than Trump, a “reach across the aisle moderate”, bipartisan and non-partisan.

    192. CG says:

      You will no longer vote.

      You are a coward who has turned his back on America.

    193. mnw says:

      186 Tina

      The underage sex abuse victims were not “bimbos.”

      The PATTERN of Maxwell approaching these girls & then introducing them to Epstein makes her a procuress in my view, & more importantly in the view of the jury too. The jury deliberated for 6 days & acquitted her on one count– doesn’t sound to me like the jury rubber stamped anything.

    194. CG says:

      Did not vote for Hillary. I offered a lot of money to anyone who would find any post that said I ever used the term “moderate” or bi partisan in reference to her.

      I said she was a political hack who would be guided by polls, unlike true believers like Sanders and Obama.

      jason continuously said that he would vote for Hillary before he voted for Trump and that her views on foreign policy were far more like his own.

      Anybody is a better person than Trump.

    195. Tina says:


      The bimbos reference is to Bj,

      Crimes were not just committed by Giselle.

      What about the politicians?

      And the rush to seal everything.

    196. Tina says:

      I wonder if Ray Epps (fib) plant will decide to talk about his and the Fibs involvement in J6.

      It’s basically an extension of the Russian hoax and the Whitman kidnapping.

      Tipping Point with Kara McKinney
      · 6h

    197. Tina says:

      Polling suggests that under Xi Biden, the country is more divided, the economy is in bad shape, there are more Covid deaths and cases than in 2020, the borders are porous, the withdrawal from Afghanistan was a mess (Americans left behind), and we have stagflation.

      Those fake Rs that voted for,Biden are responsible for this sheot show.

    198. mnw says:


      As another poster said, this isn’t going to make me popular here:

      Prosecutors traditionally draw a sharp distinction between oarhouse proprietors & oarhouse patrons.

      I don’t want to chase the johns around, trying to prove that they KNEW FOR A FACT that the post-pubescent victims were underage.

    199. Tina says:

      There are now long lines for Covid tests and no instant tests at the stores.

      Way to go.

    200. Tina says:

      Ordinarily I would tend to agree with that, mnw.

      However, these involved higher ups, who, like usual, go free.

      But this is a crazy country now. Parading in Congress gets you 11 months in jail on pre trial, while a Fib agent (Whitler kidnapping hoax lead) gets 2 days in jail for violently hitting his spouse.

      Or an Antifa type does 30:days community service for trying to blind federal officers in Portland.

    201. Bitterlaw says:

      Is Tina calling rape of underage girls “dikking bimbos?”

    202. Tina says:

      Dikking bimbos is in reference to bj.

      You can thank Powell for this. While he lied about Iraq, he did not lie about bj,

    203. Bitterlaw says:

      mnw – So if the girls looked 18 there was no crime? I would not expect a former prosecutor to fall for that defense.

    204. Tina says:

      And R leadership is mute about this.

      Glenn Greenwald
      2020: Every person who dies of COVID is someone the President has personally murdered.

      2021: There’s nothing the President can do about COVID.

    205. mnw says:


      I never prosecuted these cases at either the state or federal level. However, at the state level, case law was that a good faith mistake as to age WAS a valid defense– & it was a jury issue as to whether the mistake was in good faith.

      I’m not too happy about the phrase “falling” for some defense, btw– I made my own decisions based on what LE brought in. For every case I issued, I probably declined four.

      Again, my instinct is just not to like like the order of battle here, contemplating the prosecution of Epstein’s guests on these facts, but I haven’t studied up on this case.

    206. mnw says:

      I wish news accounts about federal criminal cases would take a stab at estimating the federal Guidelines sentence RANGE– INSTEAD OF taking the maximum statutory sentence for each count of conviction & then STACKING them too, to wit:

      “Maxwell Faces Possible Sentence of 65 Years”

      Oh… sure she does. /s

    207. Bitterlaw says:

      I thought the point of statutory rape laws was to defeat the “Hey, she looked 18” defense. Maybe juries do accept the idea it ok to have sex with 14 year olds.

    208. Tina says:

      ian bremmer
      · 1h
      % who say each has done the best job as president over the past 40 years…

      Obama: 35%
      Reagan: 23%
      Trump: 17%
      Clinton: 12%
      W. Bush: 4%
      H.W. Bush: 3%
      Biden: 3%

      via Pew

    209. Cash Cow TM says:

      77% of the people who took that poll are FOS.*

      *Full Of “Sheet”

      Reagan, BY FAR, the best president of all those listed in #212 above.
      ALL of the animals in the barnyard KNOW this.

      Whoever of the rest listed who comes in second is still WAY behind Reagan.

      And Reagan was dealing with a heavy D congress, but still got Tip O’Neill to cooperate with him.

    210. Wes says:

      Actually, Walt, while Dems did have fairly comfortable House majorities the whole time Reagan was President, Congress as a whole during the Reagan years was split while O’Neill was Speaker.

      Howard Baker served as Senate Majority Leader from 1981 to 1985 under Reagan while Bob Dole served in that position from 1985 to 1987 during a time when Republicans held the Senate.

      Democrats would not regain control of the Senate till 1987. Tip O’Neill retired in the 1986 elections and exited the House just as Democrats regained control of the Senate after six years in the minority in the Upper Chamber.

    211. Cash Cow TM says:


      You are correct. Reagan did have R majorities in U.S. Senate.
      Cow meant to say Reagan had to deal with a
      heavy D House of Representatives, not Congress.

    212. Tina says:

      I wonder why they did not extend the poll to 50 years and include Carter.

      No disagreements with the three Bs being the worst presidents in the last 40 years.

    213. jason says:

      The Biden Troll voted for Biden’s agenda and now is too much of a coward to own its consequences.

    214. jason says:

      I said she was a political hack who would be guided by polls, unlike true believers like Sanders and Obama”

      The Biden Troll thinks Hillary Clinton is not a true believer? Is that why he thinks she is pragmatic and compromising?

      Hillary is a hardcore doctrinaire socialist, rigidly ideological. She supports every woke and radical policy the Dems are advocating.

      I guess the Biden Troll is consistently delusional, he actually thought Jeb Bush was a viable candidate for President.

    215. mnw says:

      210 BL

      Some states allow a good faith as to age defense; most don’t.

      However no state would allow such a defense where the victim is 14, as you posit.

      I don’t know how old the victims were on pedo island when the bigshots (in whom Tina is interested) had sex with them. I don’t know what jurisdiction pedi island is in.

      The age of consent varies from state to state. from 16 to 18, with 17 being the norm.

      Again, as a practical matter, if the age of consent is 17, & the victim is 16… you’re just not going to find many prosecutors who are interested in charging that case.

      For what Epstein & Maxwell did, enticing & transporting minors for purposes of sexual exploitation, consent is not a defense, & the federal penalties are harsh.

    216. Tina says:

      Here is proof why there is no prosectution of the men in the espstein matter.

      A President received neck massages from one woman (pg version)

    217. jason says:

      While the Biden Troll gives Andrew Cuomo a pass while trolling about Trump being a “bad person”, the policies he voted for are causing millions of poor people to have a hard time.

      No wonder he doesn’t want to own up to his vote.

      “The coronavirus pandemic has led to a new era of inflation inequality, economists warn, in which poor households bear the brunt of rising prices.

      That’s because a bigger portion of their budget goes toward categories that have spiked in cost. Food is up 6.4% over the past year, for example, while gasoline jumped a whopping 58%. And now many people are facing those higher prices as federal stimulus programs fade away.

      “They’re essentially looking to stretch a dollar most days,” said Chris Wimer, co-director of the Center on Poverty & Social Policy at Columbia University. “It’s going to lead to difficult choices between putting gas in the car or paying for your kids’ child care or putting food on the table.”

      A recent analysis by the Penn Wharton Budget Model found that low- and middle-income households spent about 7% more in 2021 for the same products they bought in 2020 or in 2019. That translates into about $3,500 for the average household.

      By contrast, spending by wealthy households went up by only 6%.
      Shift in spending for the wealthy

      This disparity is typical during inflationary periods, said Kent Smetters, who directs the Penn Wharton model. But since the 1980s — the last time prices rose this quickly — higher-income households have shifted more of their spending away from goods and toward services. For example, in 2020, food was 12.7% of the budget for the top 5% of households, compared with 16% of the budget for the bottom 20%.

      Meanwhile, pandemic-related production disruptions have driven up the costs of commodities that poor households rely on.

      “What they happen to be buying has been hit harder by the supply crunch,” Smetters said. “It’s broader-based than in the past.”

      The findings dovetail with an analysis of credit and debit card data by Harvard Business School economist Alberto Cavallo at the start of the pandemic. He showed that low-income consumers experienced price increases that were roughly double those of wealthier ones.”

    218. mnw says:

      220 Tina

      The article to which you link states she was 22!

    219. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina the RINO hunter ranks Obama and Clinton as better Presidents than GHWB and GWB. I love this place.

    220. jason says:

      For what Epstein & Maxwell did, enticing & transporting minors for purposes of sexual exploitation”

      I have seen zero evidence Maxwell personally enticed and transported minors for purposes of sexual exploitation.

      The person who “transported” them was Epstein. The person who exploited them was Epstein.

      In my view, Maxwell was an employee following orders and about as responsible as the pilot or the cook. The pilot “transported” the minors, the cook fed them.

      Maybe she could have been charged as some kind of accessory, if there is such a thing.

      In my view she was railroaded and the charges for which she was convicted were bogus. The prosecutors put on a dog and pony show using a lot of emotion and innuendo and very few witnesses and facts.

      Because that moron JeffP was here saying the testimony was “damaging to Trump” (it wasn’t) I actually read it all.

      I think the people here jumping on the conviction bandwagon just read the MSM narratives and not the actual testimony, which I found contrived and unconvincing, at least as it pertained to Maxwell.

      Epstein died, it was unfair to put Maxwell on trial as a stand in.

    221. Cash Cow TM says:

      mnw and Bitter,

      The age of consent in Cow years is 4.

      (which is equivalent to something like 22 in human years)

    222. Tina says:

      Yeah, sure that was the only time he went and only with that 22 year old.

      All for “humanitarian reasons” too.

    223. Tina says:

      How many years did the Clinton Groupie talk up her Thighness?

      It was daily.

      How many times did we hear about the Russian hoax?

      They fell hard for that one too.


    224. Tina says:

      Turley is right.

      Jonathan Turley
      When you consider these five convictions for Maxwell, this picture becomes more glaring in the total absence of prosecution for the men on the other end of these flights.

    225. Tina says:

      All because such men included bj and the Microsoft Ghoul.

    226. Tina says:

      Justice For Ashli Babbitt
      Starting A List of Things The Federal Gov’t Won’t Let You See:

      14,000 hours of J6 video at the Capitol

      20,000 images and other evidence collected in Epstein case

      FBI investigation of police involved killing of protester, Ashli Babbitt

    227. Tina says:

      Nobody’s Bizness

      The DOJ and Ghislaine Maxwell’s lawyers have made a deal that her “little black book” of contacts will never be made public

    228. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t know why her lawyers would agree to that. She only had that book for leverage.

    229. mnw says:

      I’ve been looking at the fed statutes relating to sex crimes– something of which I had no actual experience whatever. (I prosecuted plenty of plain old sex assaults at the state level.)

      All the fed statutes define “a minor” as a person under the age of 18.

      To convict Clinton or Bill Gates of sexual exploitation of a minor, my first quick take is that they “either knew or recklessly disregarded” the victim’s age, & that they traveled with intent to have sex with a minor(s). On its face, this looks like a tough burden for a prosecutor to meet.

      I don’t understand what type of federal criminal charge(s) Turley envisions for the men who were Epstein’s guests on pedo island. And I don’t really care. While I never prosecuted a federal sex crime, I knew those who did prosecute such cases for nearly 30 years. I can tell you this: the age of the victim needed to be closer to 12 than 17 to create a case that would be indicted.

      And now, my interest in this area of federal criminal law is officially exhausted… How ’bout those Blues, huh?

    230. jason says:

      Seems to me if Clinton had sex with a minor on the island he would be culpable than Maxwell.

    231. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      2022 House ratings for new districts, now that we’re past the halfway point of redistricting. Still a long way to go, but Republicans clear favorites for control.

    232. Tina says:

      Mnw, thanks for your posts on Epstein last two days Very informative.

    233. Tina says:
      · 1h
      JUST IN – Robert Koch Institute report released today states that 95.58% of the #Omicron cases in Germany are fully vaccinated (28% of those had a “booster”), 4.42% are unvaccinated.

    234. mnw says:


      In her closing argument, Maxwell’s lawyer told the jury that her client “knew nothing about Epstein’s depraved appetite for young girls.”

      If you make an argument that dumb, the jury may resent it as an insult to their intelligence, & disregard what you say that isn’t dumb.

      I’d also be concerned that arguing “my client knew nothing” might cause the jury to wonder, “Then why didn’t she testify & tell us that herself?”

    235. mnw says:

      236 Sheep

      He’s got Axne (D-inc; IA) as a tossup, & Yvette Harrell (R-inc; NM) as a tossup!

      1) I’d give 5-1 odds that Axne loses– she’s got a district Trump carried; this is a dreadful looking year for DEMs– much worse than last time; and even more importantly, a Selzer poll earlier this year showed the DEM brand imploding in IA. Remember that poll? Everybody was shocked by it, but because it was Ann Selzer, nobody questioned it.

      2) I’d give even better odds that Harrell wins. She knocked off a DEM incumbent in 2020. Now Harrell has the Biden regime’s open border record, & the regime’s anti-fossil fuel policies, to use against her (as yet unknown) DEM opponent– last time, all Harrell had to run on were her suspicions about these things. Now she has facts, not suspicions. In 2020, the then-incumbent DEM ran away from Biden as hard as she could. She even ran ads explaining why she opposed Biden’s energy proposals– and Harrell still beat her.

      Conclusion: Cook’s reported state of play looks too DEM-friendly to me. Imagine that! If Cook is this messed up on Axne & Harrell, it makes me wonder how many other races he messed up that I HAVEN’T followed.

    236. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden Job Approval:
      Approve 48%
      Disapprove 48% .

      4,407 Adults, 12/13-17

      The (online)sample includes 2,048 Democrats, 1,592 Republicans, and 517 independents.

    237. jason says:

      In her closing argument, Maxwell’s lawyer told the jury that her client “knew nothing about Epstein’s depraved appetite for young girls.”

      Zzzzzz….so what?

      Is Maxwell on trial about “what she knew about Epstein’s sex life”?

      That is what I would have asked in the jury room.

      Maxwell would be stupid to admit she knew anything about his “depraved appetite” because THEN the jury could say well why did she stay on then.

      That is another reason why I think this trial was a travesty, Maxwell has been convicted as a stand in for the real criminals.

    238. jason says:

      Maxwell was not Epstein’s nanny nor his moral counselor.

      The prosecution presented her as Epstein’s “spouse” and partner in crime, but actually she was an employee, not a partner, and the fact that she slept with him or not should not have been material to the case.

      “Procuring 14 year olds” is not a crime if it is done for legitimate reasons. If Epstein was holding a teen pageant on his island that would not be illegal. When Epstein introduced one of the teens to Trump at Mar-el-Lago hoping to get into Trump’s pageant, that was not a crime despite what JeffP the moron said.

      The entire case is based on the word of three women who stand to make a lot of money as victims about something that happened decades ago. Nobody else in the households over many years saw Maxwell do anything illegal.

      I didn’t see the whole trial, but I read at lot of the testimony. From what I read, I would never have convicted her.

    239. mnw says:

      “Is Maxwell on trial for what she knew about Epstein’s sex life?”

      Yes. She was charged as a co-conspirator of Epstein’s in multiple counts. IF she knew that Epstein was a sexual predator, that would be evidence that she was in fact Epstein’s co-conspirator IN A CRIME, and not an innocent dupe. Such evidence would be relevant as to her guilty knowledge (“mens rea”) of the conspiracy’s criminal objective, I think.

      disclaimer: I’m not a judge & did not go to Yale Law like Meldrin!

    240. jason says:

      So it sounds to me like if she admitted “knowing Epstein’s depraved appetite for minors” she might as well plead guilty.

      So I don’t think it was “dumb” to deny it.

      But of course I am not arguing about what a co-conspirator is, what I a skeptical about are the “co-conspirator” charges to begin with.

      I don’t think she is a co-conspirator. Epstein was the billionaire, not her. She worked FOR him, not WITH him.

    241. Meldrim says:

      #240, mnw, you wrote “I’d give even better odds that Harrell wins. She knocked off a DEM incumbent in 2020. Now Harrell has the Biden regime’s open border record, & the regime’s anti-fossil fuel policies, to use against her (as yet unknown) DEM opponent– last time, all Harrell had to run on were her suspicions about these things. Now she has facts, not suspicions. In 2020, the then-incumbent DEM ran away from Biden as hard as she could. She even ran ads explaining why she opposed Biden’s energy proposals– and Harrell still beat her.”

      If Harrell was running for reelection in the same district in which she won in 2020, then I’d agree 100% with you and say that she’d be the prohibitive favorite. But NM Democrats gerrymandered the congressional districts so that the western part of Albuquerque is now in the same NM-02 as the most of southern and southeastern NM (including Harrell’s home turf), and the more Republican portions of Harrell’s current district are in a NM-01 that includes the rest of Albuquerque (and is the most heavily Democratic district in the state) and in a NM-03 that includes hyper-Democrat Santa Fe and Taos and is composed of mostly new territory for Harrell.

      Harrell represents the current NM-02 and most likely will run in the new NM-02, which, as I mentioned, includes her home base and has more of her old CD than any other of the new districts. The partisan lean of NM-02, as measured by, went from R+14 to D+4, an 18-point swing, and the CD now favors whoever wins the Democratic primary. The NM-02 went from being a comfortably Republican CD that only elected one Democrat in the past several decades (Torres-Small in the toxic environment for Republicans of 2018) to a CD that leans Democratic about a much as the traditionally Democratic NM-03 (which went from D+14 to D+5).

      Herrell can win the NM-02 in 2022, and a strong GOP candidate could win NM-03 as well, but in each case the Democrat likely will be favored. In each of those districts, the Republican nominee needs to capture a much higher percentage of the Hispanic vote in 2022 than Republicans did between 2016 and 2020. I am hopefully optimistic that the swings towards the GOP that we’ve seen among Hispanics during the past two years, particularly in rural areas, will continue this coming year and that NM (and AZ and NV) will catch up with TX’s gains, but I wouldn’t call Herrell’s reelection bid a “toss-up,” much less “leans Republican,” just yet.

    242. Cash Cow TM says:

      Sounds like MAXWELL is not too SMART.

      (Get it?)

    243. jason says:

      Got it

    244. Bitterlaw says:


    245. SoHope says:

      MO Republicans disappointed again with redistricting by not going after the KC district. DEMs brute force to maximize their gains where they can but the GOP is leaving a lot of low hanging fruit. I’m still expecting and NY bloodbath and a PA Supreme Court dem gerrymander and we are not leveraging our power in states to offset when we can.

    246. SoHope says:

      If KY, TN, and KS don’t take Louisville, Nashville, and KC, Kansas then they clearly aren’t playing to win.

    247. Michael says:

      Hope everyone has a safe and happy New Year’s! (Real Michael)

    248. jason says:

      Same to you Real Michael.

    249. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Marxists are so touchy:

      “Readers of the British newspaper, The Guardian, are accusing the outlet of deactivating an online poll that asked readers to vote on “Person of the Year” after it became apparent that J.K. Rowling would handily win.

      “Tell us: who is your 2021 person of the year?” ran the headline, posted on Dec. 15, with the subtitle, “Time Magazine chose billionaire Tesla boss Elon Musk – but who would be your choice?” A short time later, when Rowling was far and away in the lead, the voting form disappeared, as did the results. A message in small print stated, “This form has been deactivated and is closed to any further submissions.””

    250. jason says:

      If the ignorant masses don’t pick the right person of the year, the exalted left wing elites will pick for them.

    251. jason says:

      My predictions for 2022:

      Amoral Scumbag will continue to ignore the fact Biden is a train wreck as President and will continue to drive by to talk about Trump, Fauci and me.

      The Biden Troll will continue to drive by and fail to own up to the fact he promoted and voted for the far left agenda, radical policies and woke culture the Dems are implementing and now owns them.

      Bitter will continue to pretend the crime stats, drug culture and political corruption in Philadelphia do not actually pertain to Philadelphia, just to Bad Philadelphia. To justify this, he will say Rittenhouse Square has a lower crime rate than other areas. Move on.

      Bitter will continue to disparage the deplorables and the working class by saying they live in cultural deserts and that he would rather be shot than live close to any. At the same time he will say that yes, he would like to see them in the R party, as long as they follow whatever the suburban country club elites tell them they should follow.

      Walt will continue to spend 20 hours a day doing chores, maybe as a way to redeem himself for all the pillaging he did during the Crusades.

      NYC will continue to claim WE ARE WINNING on immigration as millions more cross the border and will continue to give Trump a pass on everything he attacks other politicians for doing. There will be no conservative principle he won’t sell out for Trump. He will also continue to claim that if you don’t support deadenders, you must not support the primary system. Chuck Schumer will continue to view him as a valuable asset and propaganda tool and will send him a “Chuckie Loves You” mug.

      Tina will continue her zero tolerance RINO policy and 100% litmus test every R and every statement and vote. As a result, at least 512 newly minted RINOS will be created in 2022. She will also create 63 new nicknames, and 54 will be funny.

      wes will continue to insist the Dems could not have stolen PA, NV, WI, MI, GA and AZ because they did not steal NC. This will continue not to make sense to anyone else, but here at HHR we
      encourage independent thinking.

      Meldrim will continue to insist fascism and discrimination are ok as long as practiced by private businesses. He will continue to claim that “show me your papers” is actually “freedom to run your own business”. He will propose the unvaccinated and those with natural immunity wear
      a yellow Star of David on their clothes to make it easier to practice freedom.

      Neville Allen will continue to claim it would have been better for Hitler and Stalin and Japan to have divided Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and South America among themselves because it would have brought “peace in our time” to the US. Yes, they would have killed tens of millions more in ethnic and ideological cleansing, but it would have been worth it and the US would still have Canada to (fair) trade with.

      Tgca will return and claim that during his absence he became an expert in 28 more fields.

      Happy New Year!

      ps: if I missed you it was because I couldn’t think of anything truly worthy of you, no offense intended.

      Well, what about jason?

      jason will sit out the 2022 election and for that will be called a quitter, a coward, a llama f-ker, a six-headed viper and a Marxist tool. As usual, he will enjoy the attention and beg for points. He and Ma will hope to have another successful fishing season and continue to reel in some big ones using premium bait.

    252. Cash Cow TM says:


      Maybe you are most of those things, but Cow does not believe you are a six-headed viper.

    253. jason says:

      Thanks cow, I love compliments.

    254. Bitterlaw says:

      I see that the international business man is still pretending to be a deplorable and acting as the Deplorable Whisperer.

      I agree with Cash Cow that the international businessman is not a 6-headed viper. He is just a regular viper.

    255. mnw says:

      250 SoHope

      SoHope is correct. 6R-2D, same as last time.

      Meldrin & I discussed MO redistricting at length here.

      I first argued strongly that MO would leave the AA DEM Congressman in KC (Wheat) alone, because there has been a de facto bargain in place forever– the DEMs get 2 AAs, & the GOP takes the rest. Both sides liked this, & it avoids claims of racial gerrymandering by the GOP.

      Meldrin, & the Wise Men at RRH, talked me around– I changed my mind. I thought that the GOP (which controls everything in MO) wouldn’t leave money on the table for once.

      WRONG! When you look at how the MO GOP behaves, it has been timid even though MO has turned ruby red.

      Quite a disappointment. I will trust my own instincts about MO in future– and not Meldrin’s thoughtful & persuasive map.

    256. jason says:

      He is just a regular viper.”

      Wow, everyone in a magnanimous mood, the compliments just keep coming.

    257. jason says:

      Well at least mnw has abandoned the “AA District” BS, in favor of the more accurate AA DEM Congressman.

      It seems like the GOP is taking a more long term approach to redistricting, shoring up R districts rather than trying to maximize the short term gains. The rationale is that in the future the GOP could well lose some of the marginal seats in a less favorable environment. It is a risk averse strategy, no doubt, but not every year is going to look as good on paper as 2022 does.

      I would have gone for the MO seat, personally. I would not go for a lot of seats that only look good for 2022 however.

    258. mnw says:

      HOW did I “abandon” the “AA District BS,” exactly? Did Wheat get a skin change that I didn’t hear about? I must’ve missed that. I’d wrongly assumed he was still black, I guess. And now he has a much safer seat! They’re stripping out the most Trump-y parts.

      The GOP state legislator, who announced the new proposed GOP map, made implied reference to WANTING to keep the AA District in KC, fwiw. “We think this new map will KEEP MO’s Congressional delegation looking like MO does.”

      I didn’t “abandon” one GD thing.

    259. Bitterlaw says:

      If it makes Jason feel better, if I am killed in Philadelphia, there will be many deplorables around my body. There are more deplorables in the city than in Jason’s Nowhereville.

    260. Bitterlaw says:

      Deplorables are good people. Jason lives in a cultural desert. Both can be true.

    261. jason says:

      HOW did I “abandon” the “AA District BS,” exactly?

      Because you consistently lied about this being an “AA District” until you were called on the lie.

      Hope that answers your question.

    262. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess there is no New Year’s truce. In that case, GFY to everybody except Cash Cow.

    263. Tina says:

      I feel proud to make Jason’s list for 2022.

      I think the Biden troll aka the Clinton Groupie will flip back to promoting Her Thighness.

    264. jason says:

      there will be many deplorables around my body”

      No, the homeless and the drug addicts that will then go through your pockets and steal your gold cuff links Gucci wallet and Loro Plano alligator belt are not deplorables.

    265. jason says:

      I feel proud to make Jason’s list for 2022″

      Yeah, this is almost like making the “All Madden” list.

    266. jason says:

      I guess mnw thinks South Carolina is an “AA state” because Tim Scott is a senator.

    267. jason says:

      I feel proud to make Jason’s list for 2022?

      Did you notice Bitter got two mentions?

      Do I get any appreciation or thanks? Nooooo….

      HHR is a tough place.

    268. jason says:

      I think mnw is a little out of sorts because he didn’t make my list.

      He should look at it as an incentive for 2022.

    269. jason says:

      I guess there is no New Year’s truce. In that case, GFY to everybody except Cash Cow.”

      Now you are going to make the poor cow feel left out.


    270. Bitterlaw says:

      Both mentions were tired spin, fabrications and lies. It’s like turning in the same paper again to the teacher and expecting an A. An A-hole should do better.

    271. jason says:

      An A-hole should do better.”

      Ok, I will try better to expose your absurd attempt to whitewash the crime and corruption in Philly and your blatant hatred for deplorables next year.

      I am sure there is always room for improvement.

    272. Bitterlaw says:

      More than of looking and Jason has no posts where I expressed hatred of deplorable. Of course, he found many where expressed respect for them. Of course, only one of us supported the deplorables’ candidate twice at the polls. Hint. It was not the Deplorable Whisperer.

    273. Bitterlaw says:

      RIP, Betty White. She died 17 days short of her 100th birthday. Quitter.

    274. Bitterlaw says:

      Fortunately, we still have Walt. Of course, every creature since the Big Bang said the same thing.

    275. Bitterlaw says:

      The NY Post does not waste time on flowery headlines..

      Betty White Dead

    276. jason says:

      Of course, he found many where expressed respect for them?

      LOL, Bitter “respects” deplorables?

      Sounds as sincere as Jeb Bush’s disastrous “I will respect conservatives”

    277. jason says:

      There was always a Betty White and a Queen Elizabeth in my lifetime.

      But Bitter is right, there is still Walt.

    278. jason says:

      Well, heading off to the Amish barn dance and champagne party over at the Zook farm.

    279. Bitterlaw says:

      HHR Prediction Contest – Which will happen in 2022?

      1. They will finally find the treasure of Oak Island.

      2. Jason will find any post where I said I hate deplorables.

      Hint – I never said I hate deplorables.

    280. Bitterlaw says:

      Widow Zook is known for her spiked apple butter.

    281. jason says:

      Is there a quote where Hitler said “I hate Jews”?

    282. jason says:

      Did Obama ever say “I am a flaming liberal”?

    283. jason says:

      Did Amoral Scumbag ever say “I am a lying fraud”?

    284. jason says:

      I rest my case.

    285. Bitterlaw says:

      So Jason admits there are no posts that prove his BS claims that I hate deplorables. Glad we resolved that before 2022.

    286. jason says:

      There are hundreds of posts where you disparage deplorables.

      I am sure more are coming in 2022.

    287. Bitterlaw says:

      If there are hundreds of posts, it should be easy to find one.

      I noted that the goalpost moved from hating to disparaging. By midnight it will be expressing mild disdain.

    288. jason says:

      Bitter admits to disparaging, baby steps, baby steps.

    289. jason says:

      By midnight it will be expressing mild disdain.”

      Stop begging.

    290. jason says:

      It’s ok Bitter. I don’t think you are an intentional deplorable hater. I think its a product of your upbringing and where you live an work. In other words, you are culturally conditioned to disparage deplorables.

      It is not your fault.

    291. Bitter says:

      I did not admit to disparaging anybody. I just pointed out you gave up on the word “hates” because you have no proof. Just like you have no proof of disparagement.

      Let’s cut to it. Do you think you are a deplorable? Would deplorables think you are a deplorable or just a wealthy international businessman trying to pass as a man of the people. The irony is that the deplorables and I voted the same way in 2016 and 2020. You did not.

    292. Bitterlaw says:

      Will Tgca appear at midnight?

    293. jason says:

      I didn’t claim to be a deplorable. I don’t even claim to share all of their politics, but at least I don’t pretend their views don’t exist. I just mock your superior and disparaging attitude against working class people which I think are important to the future of the R party.

    294. jason says:

      Here is the deal. We don’t agree on what a winning and long lasting coalition for the R party should look like.

      You want to pretend that somehow we agree. We don’t. I am perfectly willing to admit that my view could be wrong and yours could be right.

      Let’s leave it at that an celebrate the New Year, hopefully it will be better for all of us.

    295. jason says:

      Since it is New Year’s and we need to start the year on a positive note, I will take back the “hate deplorables”, even though I meant in a a political sense.

    296. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t like myself. I don’t consider myself superior to anybody. I wish I had useful job skills. I can’t be a plumber, mechanic, carpenter, etc.

    297. Bitterlaw says:

      In the spirit of the new year, I will not say GFY to Jason until 2022.

    298. Cash Cow TM says:

      Not sure I can stay up until midnight.
      So, I am now wishing everyone here (except the trolls) a Happy New Year.

      I also hope each of you got exactly what you deserved for Christmas.

    299. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess when you are immortal, New Year’s Eve is a zzzzzz

    300. Bitterlaw says:

      Let me be the first to say GFY in 2022.

    301. Bitterlaw says:

      Dispatch froM the Eastern Time Zone – Bad news, Tina and SDC. Biden is still President in 2022.

    302. jason says:

      I second the A-hole’s motion.

    303. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason has to get up in 3 hours to milk the llama. I think you can milk a llama. Jason says it is normal but Lupita looks embarrassed.

    304. jason says:

      6 people injured after multiple shooters fire 87 shots in Philadelphia, police say”

      Luckily it was Germantown, not really Philadelphia.

    305. jason says:

      You haven;t lived until you have had some llama milk in your coffee.

    306. Bitterlaw says:

      Germantown is part of Philadelphia. There are no Germans there now. It was home to a thriving group of black middle class and black professionals. Until it was not. There are still some nice mansions but many have been subdivided into apartments.

    307. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      AOC is really something. To her and her inflated ego, she is not only smart and wise, but also a desirable glamor Queen! (Laughter and Head Shaking).

    308. Wes says:

      I have a question for AOC:

      Why is she dating someone who epitomizes the three things–rich, white, and male–the Left considers to be the most evil things in the universe.

    309. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes – What better way to punish a rich white man than be his girlfriend?

    310. jason says:

      I have scientifically determined that llamas don’t care how much you had to drink the night before, they still expect to be fed at 5AM.

      The government would spend at least $200000 to conduct such a study, I will let them have it for only $50000.

      No, no need to thank me, I am more interested in advancing science than I am in material things.

    311. Bitterlaw says:

      Does anybody want the result of my study that proves that a 17 year old cat does not care where you put the litter box? He goes where he wants.

    312. jason says:

      Bitter, the government doesn’t need frivolous cat studies, they need serious studies like the one I conducted on llamas.

    313. jason says:

      RIP Dan Reeves.

      Took Broncos to 3 SBs, lost all of them.

      But hey, he got them there.

    314. jason says:

      But as karma would have it, he took the Falcons to the SB in 1998 and lost again….to the Broncos.

    315. jason says:

      Reeves lived in Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ when he coached the Giants.

      No, not making it up, that is what it is called.

      Suck it, Blue Ball and Intercourse.

    316. Tina says:

      I would expect him to accompany his spouse to cancer treatment, which was well documented.

      The Commies Tweet is cringe.

      Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
      · 20h
      Hasn’t Gov. DeSantis been inexplicably missing for like 2 weeks?

      If he’s around, I would be happy to say hello. His social media team seems to have been posting old photos for weeks.

      In the meantime, perhaps I could help with local organizing. Folks are quite receptive here 🙂…

    317. Tina says:

      All because she got caught massless in Florida with her pasty white Bf, who wore ugly sandals.

    318. Tina says:


    319. SoHope says:

      And then she deflected saying people are critical of her in FL on vacation because they want to date her. *I guess she wanted to date Ted Cruz and Trump. Then criticized DeSantis for being having old pictures on his social media lately covering for his absence. Was she late night perusing DeSantis’s Social media pics from the last few week asking “u up?”

      Then it comes out aside from spending Christmas with his family he was at his wife’s cancer treatment while the dems were orchestrating their coordinated attack.

      But they adamantly defending Buitgeg’s 2 month vacation during the supply chain crisis. All of them are hypocrites

    320. Bitterlaw says:

      Ho-Ho-Kus is right next to my hometown, Ridgewood. Not far from Mahwah.

    321. Cash Cow TM says:

      First Cow post since last year…

      Since 1948 (in presidential election years), the American voting public elected a President, U.S. Senate and House of Rep of the same party 9 times–out of 19 elections.

      Rs–44 yrs of presidency, 8 yrs R maj. in S/HoR 18% of time an R POTUS had R control of Congress
      Eisenhower (2 yrs with R majority in both S/HoR)
      GW Bush (4 yrs. with R majority in both S/HoR)
      Trump (1st 2 yrs. with R majority in both S/HoR)
      [Reagan, NEVER]
      [GHWBush, NEVER]
      [Nixon, NEVER]
      [Nixon/Ford, NEVER]

      Ds–34 yrs of presidency, 22 yrs D maj. in S/HoR
      64.4% of time a D POTUS has D controlled congress
      Truman (2 out of 4 yrs)
      JFK (3 yrs out of 3 yrs)
      LBJ (5 yrs out of 5 yrs)
      Carter (4 yrs out of 4 yrs)
      Clinton (2 yrs out of 8 yrs)
      Obama (4 yrs out of 8 yrs)
      Biden (2 yrs only, hopefully)
      *Waiting for an audit of the data.

    322. Bitterlaw says:

      Ho-Ho-Kus is also near Wykoff.

    323. Wes says:

      Actually, Walt, under Obama, Dems had that for only two years: 1-20-09 to 1-3-11.

    324. Cash Cow TM says:

      Thanks, Wes!

      Cow’s memory is like Walt’s.
      Not as good as it used to be.

    325. Cash Cow TM says:

      Sorry to hear that
      Betty White died.

      She was a favorite of Walt’s.

      Rumor has it she decided it was not worth it to live another year under a Biden presidency.

    326. jason says:

      I think she should have waited until she turned 100 on Jan 17.

    327. jason says:

      Not far from Mahwah”

      Have you been to the WahWah in MahWah?

      I hear the organic rutabaga and quinoa smoothies are to die for.

    328. jason says:

      Nothing yet, ma-wa, but give it time.

    329. jason says:

      Personally I am not into skinny communist women, but each to his own.

    330. mnw says:

      I can’t recall seeing very many more bizarre statements from a national political figure than this one:

      AOC: “Republicans have a strange kind of sexual frustration because they can’t date me.”

      Wow! What can one say about THAT? She used to be a barmaid/bartender, so maybe it’s leftover saloon patter from those days.

    331. mnw says:

      A possible first runner-up:

      Gen. Wesley Clark, during his 2004 campaign for President:

      Clark: “I’m for abortion until the head comes out of the womb.”

    332. Wes says:

      Also, Walt, Dems didn’t have a majority in both houses of Congress for the whole four years of Carter’s presidency. Republicans assumed majority control of the Senate on 1-3-81 while Carter didn’t leave office till 1-20-81. Thus, for the final 17 days of the Carter Administration, Washington had divided government.

      GWB actually had GOP majorities in Congress for longer than four years. From 1-20-01 to 6-5-01, Republicans had the same type of nominal majority in the Senate Dems currently have while Republicans again had more Senators than Dems had from 11-22-02 all the way till 1-3-07.

    333. Wes says:

      Who doesn’t want to date a crazy communist Congresswoman, Mnw? She only looks like the donkey from Shrek when she laughs and sounds more vapid than the stereotypical bimbo cannon fodder in an ’80s slasher flick.

      Then again, I’m sure she’s great in the sack. Just make sure her hands are in sight at all times unless you want Basic Instinct reenacted.

    334. jason says:

      She only looks like the donkey from Shrek when she laughs and sounds more vapid than the stereotypical bimbo cannon fodder in an ’80s slasher flick”

      Damm, that gets best put down of the day, maybe the week…

    335. jason says:

      I hear she like to listen to something romantic during sex.

      You know, like a rendition of La Internationale or one of Fidel Castro’s stump speeches.

    336. jason says:

      Clark is a moron. First in his class at West Point and a Rhodes Scholar, still a moron.

      Shortly before the New Hampshire primary, Clark fielded a question about rival John Kerry’s Vietnam experience. “With all due respect,” Clark noted, “he’s a lieutenant and I’m a general.”

      The general was trounced by the lieutenant in the primary.

    337. jason says:

      I was hoping Tgca would put in an appearance, I am hoping the poor bastard didn’t starve himself to death.

    338. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Let’s start out the year with some controversy:

      “The paper – published December 30th by the German agency the ‘Robert Koch Institute’ – included information on the vaccination status of 4,206 individuals who contracted the latest variant of the virus.

      Four thousand and twenty people who reported contracting Omicron in the study – which equates to 95.6 percent of total cases – had received at least two doses of COVID-19 vaccines. Twenty-eight percent of the Omicron-positive group had also received a third dose or “booster” shot.

      Just 186 people contracting Omicron were unvaccinated in the entire sample, showing that vaccinated individuals were over 21 times as likely to contract the COVID-19 variant.

      On December 14th, The National Pulse declared the COVID-19 situation worldwide a “pandemic of the vaccinated”.”

    339. jason says:

      “A look at party identification reveals more Independent voters favor disobeying Presidential mandates – 42% to 31%. For Republicans, it’s 49% – 26%, and for Democrats, 26% say it’s ok to disobey, with 49% believing it’s wrong.”

      Color me skeptical 26% of Rs believing in Biden’s mandates.

      Maybe they polled the Biden Troll and Amoral Scumbag.

    340. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      342. Hope that Tgca did not have a run-in with the lastest viral variant, which is highly transmissible and running rampant in urban areas. I know a lot of people who have caught it, but no one who got very sick from it.

      Then again, Tgca may simply have decided to take a break from posting to enjoy the holiday season.

    341. jason says:

      Usually he tells us when he is taking a break.

    342. jason says:

      I have to start traveling soon. If I disappear for a few days or weeks don’t get your hopes up.

    343. jason says:

      No sh-t?

      Now tell us that has happened with adults too since the beginning.

      FAUCI: “If you look at the children that are hospitalized, many of them are hospitalized with COVID, as opposed to because of COVID…if a child goes into the hospital, they automatically get tested for COVID & they get counted as a COVID hospitalized individual.”

    344. jason says:


      Covid cases worldwide: 1,639,000

      Deaths: 5,900

      Death rate: 0.0036%

      Survival rate: 99.996%

    345. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca promised to leave on January 20, 2021 when Biden was sworn in. That promise did not a day.

    346. jason says:

      Tgca hardest hit.

      Betty White’s advice for a long life.

      “Take some wheatgrass, soy paste and carob. Toss them in the garbage and cook yourself a big-ass piece of pork.”

    347. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Catch this response from Mary K. Ham to AOC’s statement that she is now, along with her other massive achievements(sarc), the modern-times Betty Grable —a pin-up girl!!!!!

      For single men on this thread and married men who wish to participate and lesbians, please answer the following:

      1-Is AOC attractive?
      2- Is your criticism of her vast intellect due to your carnal desire for her?
      3- With respect to above #2, would you change your answer if she said yes to an indulgence with you?

      My answers:
      1- Good figure combined with a horse face. Not a good mix. Ask Stormy Daniels
      2- Are you kidding?!
      3- No and it would probably buttress my original thinking that she misfires in every aspect of life

    348. jason says:

      1. No
      2. No
      3. I wouldn’t ask

    349. jason says:

      On the other hand, MKH strikes me as “voluptuous”, so I would answer differently.

    350. jason says:

      The Biden Troll is an “analyst”?

      Who knew?

      “Critics blasted President Biden on Wednesday after he posted a tweet boasting about the state of the US economy and referencing “one analyst” who touted him as having the “strongest first-year economic track record” in half a century.

      “We’re ending 2021 with what one analyst described as the strongest first-year economic track record of any president in the last 50 years,” read the message from the @POTUS account. “Let’s keep the progress going.”

    351. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #353- jason
      100% agree about Mary K.

      Will you join me from now on and reply that any criticism of you from a female, say Tina and lisab, is because she wants to engage with you in the old in-and-out?
      I will call it the AOC Doctrine!!

    352. Bitterlaw says:

      I think AOC is physically attractive. I am not attracted to her at all. Both can be true.

    353. jason says:

      I feel for Kristol, an abject failure at trying to get Rs to support Marxists. But look, he does have two sycophants, the Biden Troll and Amoral Scumbag, so all is not lost.

      “One of the worst things about being a non-deluded member of an ideological movement is the intellectual contortions you have to engage in to at once justify the idiocy of your allies, while at the same time trying to nudge them to a better place. Exhausting and unrewarding.
      — Bill Kristol

    354. jason says:

      I think AOC is physically attractive”

      Geezus, she looks like she is on Tgca’s diet and as pointed out above has a horse face.

      The A-hole has come a long way from Kate Upton if he thinks AOC is attractive.

    355. jason says:

      that any criticism of you from a female, say Tina and lisab, is because she wants to engage with you in the old in-and-out?”

      I already think all women want to have sex with me, except my wife.

    356. mnw says:

      1) Moderately; starting to look a bit past her sell-by date, though.

      2) HUH? Hell, no.

      2) No, never… not even if I was still in the game.

    357. jason says:

      I wonder what contortions Kristol had to go through to support a old corrupt leftist party hack like McAuliffe instead of someone like Youngkin.

    358. mnw says:

      RE: “horse face”:

      Hotel Honolulu, by Paul Theroux:

      Two Polynesian men have finished their shifts. They’re drinking & playing Scrabble at midnight, out on the hotel lanai. The conversation turns to Celine Dion (as she looked when she first became famous).

      First man: “She one hot haole!”

      Second man: (pondering this): “Well… she have face like a horse.”

      First man: “OK… but thass one horse I like to ****!”

    359. jason says:

      Prince Philip likes to ride horses.

      Prince Philip married Camila Parker Bowles.

      I am sure it was a coincidence.,_Duchess_of_Cornwall#/media/File:CHOGM_Commonwealth_Big_Lunch_on_April_17,_2018_-_007_(cropped).jpg

    360. mnw says:

      “Texas Election Audit Reveals Nearly 12000 Foreigners Illegally Registered To Vote”

      Happily, this problem is confined to only one of the 50 states. /s!

      An ICE agent I knew quite well once told me that voting by non-citizens is so common, ICE was only issuing verbal warnings– and that was 10 years ago.

    361. jason says:

      Trump “lost” AZ by 10k votes and NV by 30k.

      Anyone doubt thousands of none citizens voted in these 2 states?

    362. jason says:


    363. jason says:

      Huh, that was Prince Charles, sorry Prince Philip.

    364. jason says:

      Some of the fake tweet names that CNN got trolled with on New Year’s Eve…

      Ben Dover
      Dixie Normus
      Mike Oxlong
      Bo Nehr
      Hugh Jass
      Seymour Butts
      Harry Cox

    365. jason says:

      Of course, Amoral Scumbag has mentioned Fauci 100 more times than he has mentioned Biden, so suck it Nicolle.

      “MSNBC’s Nicolle Wallace, host of “Deadline: White House,” and her guests discussed former President Trump about two-and-a-half times as often as President Biden in 2021, despite the latter being the current office-holder.

      A Grabien transcript search found the word “Trump” was uttered on the show 11,668 times from Jan. 20, when Biden succeeded Trump, to Dec. 30. As for Biden, his name was mentioned just 4,710 times, nearly 2.5 times less often on Wallace’s program, which airs weekdays from 4-6 p.m. ET and features a mixture of reporters and left-leaning pundits.”

    366. jason says:

      Pennsylvania COVID yesterday:

      Cases 23,189
      Deaths 9

    367. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Take a look at Aaron Ginn’s Twitter. It documents massive anti-lockdown protests throughout Europe. The video of the Dutch fireworks is awesome.

      Aaron Ginn@aginnt

      “In defiance of politicians and the COVID police state, the free people of the Netherlands launched fireworks into the sky to celebrate the new year.”

    368. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Telegraph
      Dec 30, 2021
      Snowflake Polar researchers in remote Antarctica have fallen victim to coronavirus, despite taking strict health precautions, being fully vaccinated and miles from civilization

    369. jason says:

      I think the fireworks display is in Naples, but it is impressive.

    370. jason says:

      Scroll down for Naples fireworks.

    371. Wobbles says:

      Kamala Harris has a new book out, very inspiring.

      If I had any friends I would have ordered several more of them.

    372. jason says:

      Liz Cheney comes clean.

      I am sure the Biden Troll will applaud.

      “I’m very focused right now on my re-election and on the work of the select committee,” Cheney responded. “I can tell you that that the single most important thing, though, is to ensure that Donald Trump is not the Republican nominee and that he certainly is not anywhere close to the Oval Office ever again.”

    373. jason says:

      Translation: we have decided what the “most important thing is” first and then we can have an “investigation” later.

    374. Wes says:

      1) She’s not hideous, but I’d have to be seriously drunk to hop in bed with that Jake Busey-toothed sack of bones.

      2) In no way because I have no sexual interest in her while I’m sober.

      3) Once again, I’d need to be drunk to go to bed with her.

      Notice alcohol is the only thing that can trigger any kind of sensual interest in me for AOC.

    375. mnw says:

      Joaquin Hoff

    376. Wes says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      January 2, 2022 at 9:55 am
      I think AOC is physically attractive. I am not attracted to her at all. Both can be true.

      Seriously? You thought Caroline Munro and Taryn Power were weak but consider a woman Mike Myers could rotoscope the Shrek donkey off “physically attractive”?

      What the bloody Hell?!

    377. jason says:

      Yeah, “physically attractive” is really a stretch for AOC.

    378. jason says:

      Give her a 5 on a really good day.

    379. Wes says:

      A 5 on a good day after I just plowed through a case of Yuengling maybe.

    380. jason says:

      Hey, any day I have a case of Yuengling is a good day.

    381. Wes says:

      Having a case of Yuengling would be better than plowing AOC, I’m sure.

    382. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “U.S.—According to a poll conducted by the Pew Research Center, Americans’ attitudes toward Dr. Fauci are changing. In a sample of 50,000 respondents, 5% of Americans believe Fauci to be a hero of science, 3% see him as an essential voice for COVID preparedness, and 90% support loading him into a medieval-style catapult and tossing him into an active volcano.

      “We are surprised by these results, as ‘tossing Fauci in a volcano’ wasn’t even one of the options on the survey,” said a spokesperson for Pew. “Thousands of people just wrote that in.”

      Health experts say the trends in public opinion are “very concerning” and may point to decreased trust in lying political hacks who dress up in lab coats and claim to speak for science.”

      Babylon Bee

    383. SoHope says:

      AOC scores decently in the “political world scale” but is nonexistent on the “saw her at the club scale” unless it’s 2:01am, I’m *%$#faced, and she’s asking to see my snow globe collection at home. In that case I’m sure we’d both be disappointed in the morning.

      Her objective stats are:
      Body – 7.5
      Face – 5
      Personality – 2 (not talking politics)
      Voice – 0

    384. jason says:

      Averages out to a 3.6 …..

    385. SoHope says:

      Assuming the categories hold equal weight.

      By the way strictly based on hotness Shontel Brown OH-11 and Lauren Boebert CO-3 are tied.

    386. jason says:


      “Now, just imagine what a disaster a President Ocasio-Cortez would be: “If Xi Jinping is mad he can’t date me, he can just say that instead of projecting his sexual frustrations onto my woke military.”

    387. jason says:

      If you didn’t already think the NFL was a woke joke, evidently Antonio Brown took off his jersey and gear, flung it into the stands, ran half naked into the end zone, did some jumping jacks, gave the peace sign, and ran into the tunnel.

      Probably won’t be fined, after all players should be allowed to “express their feelings”.


      I am sure Bitter enjoyed it as much as he enjoys reading woke messages on player’s helmets and in the end zone.

    388. jason says:

      Dang….. buck-toothed ….could eat a sandwich through a fence?

      “Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the buck-toothed Member of Congress from Queens, is upset people have noticed her hypocrisy. She’s on vacation in Florida while her district is being crushed by COVID cases. She once attacked Senator Ted Cruz for doing the same thing with a trip to Mexico, now she’s pretending it’s different when she does it.

      Moreover, she’s pretending every Republican critical of her hypocrisy simply wants to sleep with her. In response to a picture of the Member of Congress who could eat a sandwich through a fence and her boyfriend, AOC tweeted, “It’s starting to get old ignoring the very obvious, strange, and deranged sexual frustrations that underpin the Republican fixation on me, women, & LGBT+ people in general.”

      It couldn’t possibly be that she’s a fraud – the “woe is me” brat with the six-figure salary driving a Tesla, living in one of the most expensive buildings in DC, pretending to be just a former bartender scraping by – now, could it?”

    389. Bitterlaw says:

      Lisab has been quiet lately. Maybe she is out looking for her puppet, Tgca.

    390. Biomom says:


      His coach said he is off the team.

    391. jason says:

      Hey Biomom long time no see.

    392. Bitterlaw says:

      Always good to see Biomom.

    393. Bitterlaw says:


    394. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      From the liberal The Hill:

      “After Barack Obama’s 2008 White House victory, Democrats believed they had created an unbreakable “coalition of the ascendant” voters, driven by increasing participation of minority groups and college-educated women. But recent left-wing economic and policy woes have brought about a demographic realignment that threatens to sink Democrats’ chances not just for 2022, but for the next several decades.

      4 in 10 Republican voters approve of Jan. 6 panel, survey finds
      As President Biden’s approval ratings have tanked with nonwhite voters, the Democratic Party increasingly has become dominated by liberal white women who virtue-signal with suburban lawn signs and then henpeck people in supermarkets to pull their face masks up over their noses. Or, put more simply, the Democratic Party is at risk of becoming a party of “Karens.” Recent polling suggests that Hispanic and Black voters are abandoning the party — many of these individuals are being harmed by the surging inflation, anti-business COVID measures, and exploding crime rates in urban areas brought about by a year of left-wing measures.”

    395. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Last night, I used the AOC Doctrine on a Liberal woman in a NC town near mine. I have known Erika for years.
      She started loudly mao-maoing me about Jan. 6th. I told her that she is saying this to me due to her frustration that I have not asked any sexual favors from her. The AOC Doctrine!!
      She became speechless, then finally said all flushed–What are you talking about?! I quickly explained The Doctrine and just as quickly Erica walked away in a huff!

      Addendum- Erika is a very nice woman but a true MSNBC Democrat! She’ll laugh about it the next time we visit!

    396. jason says:

      Say what you want about Antonio Brown, it looks like he stands on principle (pun intended).

      Evidently he only needed one more TD catch to earn a $333,000 bonus, 55 more yards for another $333,000 and 8 more catches for a another $333,000 bonus.

      Conceivably he could have accomplished at least 2 of those if he just complied with the coach request to enter the game in the 3rd quarter.

      I would have done the unprincipled thing, racked up the $666,000 and THEN given the finger to woke football.

      Sue me.

    397. jason says:

      She’ll laugh about it the next time we visit!”

      Treasure the friendship. Moonbats with a sense of humor are as rare as rocking horse turds.

    398. mnw says:

      59/40 today

      Thass low! Lower than whale feces in the Mariana Trench.

    399. jason says:

      That IS low.

      But then you think, wow, 4 in 10 still approve of Biden? What would it take for them to disapprove?


    400. jason says:

      Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) is open to reengaging on the climate and child care provisions in President Biden’s Build Back Better agenda if the White House removes the enhanced child tax credit from the $1.75 trillion package — or dramatically lowers the income caps for eligible families, people familiar with the matter tell Axios”

      Really scary.

    401. jason says:

      Of course, “people familiar with the matter” could be BS.

    402. mnw says:

      It looks as if Treasury yields are finally starting to take note that inflation isn’t transitory.

    403. jason says:

      I consider myself “familiar with the matter” and Axios didn’t ask me anything.

    404. jason says:

      Supposedly if we print and spend trillions more on BBB it will lower inflation.

    405. jason says:

      Statues will be erected everywhere for Biden as the man who debunked the theory of supply and demand.

    406. jason says:

      So what happened to Tgca?

      Died/hospitalized with Covid?
      Taken by a croc?
      Overdosed on organic maple syrup?
      Choked on tree bark?
      Swept away into the ocean by 25 mph winds?

    407. jason says:

      This was Tgca’s last post.

      It mocked Hunter Biden.

      Then he disappeared.

      I am sure it is a coincidence.

      Tgca says:
      November 30, 2021 at 9:35 pm

      …and for those of you looking for that perfect Xmas gift for that special person in your life there’s …

    408. Country Dick Montana says:

      I think that Tgca is gone. Had he just been leaving it would have been some swan song post. His later posts were indicative of someone who was not well in the head.

      I wish nothing bad on him, but reading comments without the distractions and silly taunting is a refreshing.

      It is simply odd that the person who posts most about Tgca missing is the one who was the target of most of his venom.

    409. jason says:

      I only come here for the distractions and silly taunting myself, didn’t know there would be other reasons.

    410. jason says:

      I don’t know what the HHR rules are to declare someone dead.

      We can’t have a memorial until that is decided.

    411. jason says:

      I have an eternal debt of gratitude to Tgca.

      When NYC told me I “should go back to where I came from”, Tgca said that to keep me from being deported he would marry me.

    412. jason says:

      It is obvious that despite all his faults, Tgca had a heart of gold.

      If he does come back, I will of course deny I was in my right mind when I wrote that.

    413. DW says:

      So Omicron basically is indistinguishable from the common cold–so isn’t this the lucky break we have been waiting for?

      Shouldn’t we just let it spread so everyone gets it and then we can just put all this behind us and finally move on from Covid?

    414. Bitterlaw says:

      CDM – Tgca was a vicious, terrible person. However, I don’t like HHR shrinking. I agree that not having to read thousands of his posts is a relief. I just thought he would make an exit rant. I doubt he was banned.

    415. jason says:

      I meant cancelled by the Biden administration, not by Dave.

    416. jason says:

      DW is a heartless bastard.

      What will the poor bastards at MSNBC and CNN and the rest of the MSM do without Covid?

      He wants to throw hundreds of “journalists” under the bus?

    417. Wobbles says:

      Has the US reached the 15k cases a day yet?

      That was the number I arbitrarily decided was necessary for me to stop blaming Trump for genocide.

      I read where it is at 300k a day now. I think if it gets to a million a day it would be bad for Biden.

    418. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “CLEVELAND, OH—Local unvaccinated man Chuck Dornley is feeling very left out this holiday season, as all his vaccinated friends have now contracted COVID.

      “Maybe I should have just gotten vaccinated,” said Dornley. Then I’d have COVID like everyone else and I and my vaccinated friends would have something to talk about. Now I’m all by myself feeling healthy. Such a bummer!””

      Babylon Bee

    419. Tom says:

      I used to enjoy Tgca’s posts and his unique sense of humor. However, they took a distinct change in the past year and became very vitriolic. I just started scrolling past them. Still, I hope he’s OK.

    420. Wes says:

      This place is dead.

      Here’s a picture of a woman who doesn’t look like an anorexic donkey to liven things up:

    421. Bitterlaw says:

      Thanks, Wes.

    422. jason says:


      BIDEN: “[My wife’s friend] was sayin’ ‘do you realize it’s over 5 dollars for a pound of hamburger meat?!’ 5 dollars. Well this is partly, you know, the pound of beef today costs 5 bucks compared to less than 4 bucks before the pandemic.”

    423. jason says:

      Everything costs more today because it costs more than before the pandemic.

    424. Bitterlaw says:

      Corey will probably come by to praise Biden for knowing the price of meat.

    425. jason says:

      Bobby Rush retiring.

      Elizabeth Holmes guilty on 4 of 11 counts.

    426. jason says:

      The Biden Troll will praise Biden for knowing hamburger is meat.

    427. Meldrim says:

      #432, boy, Bobby Rush sure took that Holmes verdict hard! I mean, I can see him getting upset, but *retiring from Congress* because she was found guilty of 4 out of 11 charges?

    428. Meldrim says:

      #433, and that Biden knows that food in U.S. supernarkets is priced in dollars.

    429. Cash Cow TM says:

      F****** airports.

      At O’Hare in Chi-town waiting for flight back to Dulles Airport.

      Flight delayed an hour and half.
      Means not getting back to IAD until @ 1:30 a.m. then deplane, go get luggage, get bus to parking lot and then a 1 1/2 hour drive home.

      PLUS, no place at the airport sells hay.

      If I never fly again..ok with me.

      Going thru security is such a pain in the azz. Wearing a frigging mask all the time is sh!tty. Navigating all the electronic gizmos to self check in a pain in the azz. Airport food is way overpriced and tastes like crap. Drive to the airport is tolly and crappy.

      Walt tells me how fun and simple things were related to flying back in the 1970s.
      He says you could smoke in the airport and on plane!
      No masks!
      No security!
      They fed you free drinks and food.

      I think he is trying to pull a fast one on me. I think he is lying.

    430. jason says:

      Did Walt tell you about how he used to travel in style on camels?

    431. jason says:

      *retiring from Congress* because she was found guilty of 4 out of 11 charges?”

      Rumor is he would have stayed had she only had 2 convictions. 3 was iffy and 4 he was outahere.

    432. Meldrim says:

      Six convictions and he would have resigned on the spot. And, had Holmes been found guilty on all 11 counts, he would have given all of his money to the Jimmy Fund and become a cloistered monk. Bobby Rush was the only man to defeat Barack Obama in an election, but the call of politics is nothing next to the pull of Theranos.

    433. Cash Cow TM says:

      Oh joy.

      The airline lost one of our suitcases.
      Apparently lost LOSTS of suitcases.

      Parking lot shuttle finally came. Be at our car in 8 minutes.

      F**** airlines/airport.

    434. Cash Cow TM says:

      LOST A HALF Hour of time standing in line due to lost luggage cliLost another 1/2 hour because we had to clean 8 inches of snow and crust off of car. Mrs. Walt had taken the ice scraper out of the car last week…
      Ho.e at 4:30

      Oh the joys of airline travel.

    435. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      You can tell this is an election year by the headline in this Suffolk/ USA Today Poll released today.

      “USA TODAY/Suffolk Poll: Red flags for the GOP on the midterms, for Biden on leadership”

      In early November, the pollster had the GCB at R+8. In today’s poll, D+1-2.

      There are no crosstabs yet, but USA Today was really motivated to start a new narrative in the new election year. Expect others to follow.

    436. mnw says:

      443 Sheep

      Exactly! Change Research (D) has also jumped on the same bandwagon already.

    437. jason says:

      TDS is a sad thing.

      “Conservative” Jonah Goldberg:

      “If I was Glenn Youngkin I’d be flooding the zone to get this I-95 crap fixed. DC suburbs are vengeful about this kind of thing.”

      Until January 15th, Ralf Northam is the Governor of Virginia.

    438. jason says:

      Ok, Ralph.

    439. Gordon Allen says:

      Sheeple; Yep
      Election polling fraud to start..

    440. mnw says:

      Fwiw, CNBC/Change (D) has Biden’s JA at 44/56 today– a new low. His previous worst in this poll was 54% disappv.

      Simultaneously, Change ALSO shows the Generic ballot preference going from GOP +8 last time, to DEM +2 today! A 10-point swing toward the DEMs in one month! Who knew? Looks like Happy Days Are Here Again, I guess.

    441. Tina says:

      No polling bounce.

      Quote Tweet

      Joe Concha
      · 1h
      Devastating numbers for Biden per a new CNBC poll:

      – 72% disapprove of his handling “of the price of everyday goods” (inflation)
      -60% disapproval on the economy
      -55% disapproval on COVID (he was once in the 60s in *approval* in the same poll)

    442. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #448- mnw
      The second sentence is inaccurate. To wit:
      In the GCB, CNBC/Change went from a Dem. +2 to today’s Dem. +1.
      The Suffolk/USA Today Poll went from the previous CGB of R+8 to today’s D+ 1-2.
      With respect to the Suffolk/USA Today Poll, the field dates for the poll were conducted during the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Other than Rasmussen(less), no other serious pollster did or would poll during that time. It’s polling malpractice!

    443. mnw says:


      OK, thx.

    444. Cash Cow TM says:

      At 3:40 a.m. this morning
      Walt paid the $5.25 toll to traverse the toll road from Dulles to Leesburg.

      How many red tail lights did Walt see heading west and how many headlights did Walt see in his rear view mirror heading west on the 20 mile journey?

      0 and 0.
      Apparently rented the entire 3 lanes heading west.

      Actually, did not see any other vehicles heading west until he got to 4 lane Charlestown wv bypass, which was only about 15 minutes before Walt’s driveway.

      To bed by 5 a.m.

      Then early a.m. after sunrise workers ringing Walt’s doorbell telling him he needs to move his cars from driveway since they are digging up street right in front of his drive to find and repair water leak to neighbor’s house.

      Then later this morning one of the cats pooped on the rug in the bathroom.

    445. mnw says:

      Manchin sez “no ongoing talks” regarding Build Back Boondoggle.

      Also sez (my paraphrase) changing filibuster ‘a heavy lift’ for him–prefers to do it with bipartisan support.

      Sez he does like some of the energy components in Build Back Bolshevik.

    446. Tina says:

      Breaking ?
      ? poll. Nor surprisingly, most Republicans (and plurality of Americans) don’t trust the FBI. Overwhelming majority of Republicans say FBI is a “gestapo” for Joe Biden:

    447. jason says:

      Even with MSM bogus questions Biden is still underwater.

      “Efforts to help their wallets”? Puhhhhhleeeeze…

      President Biden’s disapproval rating reached a new high in December, according to a new CNBC-Change Research poll.

      Overall, the survey showed 56 percent of voters disapproved of Biden’s performance in office, an uptick from 54 percent in September and 49 percent in April.

      His approval rating now stands at 44 percent.

      “Biden was particularly hard hit when it came to the public’s opinion of his handling of the economy and the COVID-19 pandemic.

      Specifically, the poll indicated that 60 percent of respondents disapproved of Biden’s handling of the economy and 55 percent disapproved of his pandemic response.

      For the economy, 72 percent said they disapprove of Biden’s management of the price of everyday goods, and 66 percent said they did not approve of the president’s efforts to help their wallets.”

    448. jason says:

      More on the FBI poll. Politicizing the agency is killing its reputation.

      “Fifty percent of voters now believe the FBI director is influenced by the president in his decision-making, while only 26% believe Wray is truly independent of the administration, and another 25% are not sure. That’s a near-complete reversal from May 2017, when 53% believed the FBI director was truly independent and 26% thought he was influenced by the president.”

      And overall, the public is divided on the FBI, with 46% having a favorable impression and 47% an unfavorable view.

      Rasmussen addressed the politics of the agency and said, “President Biden’s strongest supporters have the most favorable impression of the FBI. Among voters who ‘Strongly Approve’ of Biden’s job performance as president, 86% view the FBI favorably. By comparison, among voters who ‘Strongly Disapprove’ of Biden’s performance, only 19% have a favorable impression of the FBI.”

    449. Wes says:

      Cash Cow TM says:
      January 4, 2022 at 12:33 pm
      At 3:40 a.m. this morning
      Walt paid the $5.25 toll to traverse the toll road from Dulles to Leesburg.

      How many red tail lights did Walt see heading west and how many headlights did Walt see in his rear view mirror heading west on the 20 mile journey?

      0 and 0.
      Apparently rented the entire 3 lanes heading west.

      Actually, did not see any other vehicles heading west until he got to 4 lane Charlestown wv bypass, which was only about 15 minutes before Walt’s driveway.

      To bed by 5 a.m.

      Then early a.m. after sunrise workers ringing Walt’s doorbell telling him he needs to move his cars from driveway since they are digging up street right in front of his drive to find and repair water leak to neighbor’s house.

      Then later this morning one of the cats pooped on the rug in the bathroom.

      Man, Walt. That cat must have heard about your weekend and decided to get in on the action.

    450. jason says:

      Walt probably forgot how tough it was on the Oregon Trail.

    451. NYCmike says:

      CG says:
      December 29, 2021 at 6:39 pm

      Every single person who posts here, regardless of what else they disagree on or fight about, all agree that jason is a pathological liar, so that speaks for itself.

      -I know jason to be a real a-hole at times, but when it comes to his statements about you, I haven’t found any items to be not true.

      You voted for Biden. You support the present policies he is pursuing. If you don’t, please state which policies you disagree with. Biden took every Trump policy and altered it.

      Own it.

      Happy New Year to all.

    452. NYCmike says:

      Covid hit us hard over the Christmas holiday. Everyone got colds and fevers. A few of us fainted…….well, one of me.

      Oh well.

      Life goes on.

      Back to work.

    453. jason says:

      know jason to be a real a-hole at times”

      Thanks man, and Happy New Year to you too.

    454. jason says:

      The Biden Agenda is exactly what Biden said he was going to do in the campaign. There are no surprises. The Biden Troll voted for that far left agenda, and he voted for a communist for VP.

      He says he “doesn’t like what he sees? Why not? What has Biden done that he did and Kamala did not promise to do?

      The right question for the Biden Troll is not what Biden policies he doesn’t support, it is what Biden Policies he is surprised by. Should be good.

    455. NYCmike says:

      “Thanks man, and Happy New Year to you too.”

      -Much appreciated.

    456. jason says:

      Liberal hack really doesn’t know a thing about Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan wasn’t against helping people in need, he was against creating a society of people in need.


      Stuck on the I-95 in Virginia and are in need of food, water, pampers for babies or warming supplies? Please reply with need AND MILE MARKER and we’ll try to connect you to other drivers in your area who might be able to share some supplies with you.#I95

      — Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) January 4, 2022

      Now you wouldn’t think that anyone could object to the people trying to help each other out in the middle of such a situation. But then, you wouldn’t know liberal journalist Jonathan Chait, he who shall be permanently aggrieved no matter the situation.

      “The Reaganites used to believe in pulling yourself up by your bootstraps”

      — Jonathan Chait

    457. jason says:

      I guess we have to revoke NYC’s HHR Macho Man Award given when he walked into the hospital after being shot and told the nurses it was just a scratch. Now he says he fainted with Covid?

      Or maybe just award him the HHR Wimp Award.

    458. DW says:

      Washington reveals the new name for their NFL team:

      Washington Red Dermises

    459. NYCmike says:


      My friends have been brutal the past week about that. Not really sure what happened. One moment I felt a little queasy, next minute my wife is throwing a cup of water on me and I’m face down in a pool of blood. Crazy. Never really had a fever or much of a cough, but was shaky all last week. Last 2 days have been a little bit better, but now I’m starting to get sinus headaches. Not sure if a fall-out from the fall.

      Oh well. We all have our cross to bear! Plus, we got some nice fruit baskets out of it!

    460. jason says:

      I think by calling on Youngkin to fix the stranding problem on I-95, Democrats are in effect calling for a coup and refusing to accept the election results which called for Youngkin to be sworn in Jan 15.

      Hello Liz Cheney?

    461. jason says:

      Washington Red Dermises”

      I liked Washington Wokers better, but it was the runner up.

    462. jason says:

      Please don’t let the CDC know about your fainting spell. They will lock down the country due to this new threatening symptom.

    463. jason says:

      Nice fruit basket is an oxymoron.

    464. DW says:

      Here is my analysis of percentage of blame for the key figures in the 1986 Boston Red Sox loss of Game 6 (and 7) of the World Series.

      John McNamara 55%

      1) Roger Clemens had yielded only 4 hits through seven innings and was still dominating the Mets in Game Six, and everyone involved (including closer Calvin Schiraldi) expected Boston to ride Clemens all the way to the title in Game Six, where he would only come out if the Mets started to ding him. According to Clemens, he told McNamara after 7 innings of work that he had a blister but it only affected his slider, and he could continue. McNamara says Clemens begged to come out of the game. Who lied? Clearly it was McNamara. Clemens was a fierce competitor who would never ask out of a game–especially one where he could be on the mound only six outs later to celebrate a World Series win. Furthermore, Clemens was seen in the dugout with his batting helmet on expecting to hit in the top of the 8th.
      2) Adding to the mistake of pulling Clemens in the after 7 innings, the Red Sox had Dave Henderson on 2nd with one out in the top of the 8th, and instead of bring up slugger Don Baylor to hit for Clemens, McNamara sent rookie and light-hitting Mike Greenwell to the plate, and he struck out on three weak swings.
      3) With only a 3-2 lead going into the bottom of the 8th, McNamara errored in asking Schiraldi for a two-inning save. He was the best Red Sox reliever, having taken the closer job from Bob Stanley, and should have been reserved for the potential save in the bottom of the ninth. Instead, Schiraldi struggled in the 8th inning, giving up a couple of hits, and after a sacrifice, intentional walk, and bases loaded sac fly to tie the game, he finally worked out of the inning without worse damage. But clearly after that labored 8th inning, there was no way Schiraldi should be able to go 2 more innings, but McNamara had painted himself into a corner.
      4) In the top of the 10th, after Henderson homered to give Boston a 4-3 lead, the pitcher’s spot was up, and after Schiraldi had labored badly in the 8th and 9th, most expected the ignored Don Baylor to finally hit. He didn’t. Instead McNamara let Schiraldi hit (he struck out), and then Boggs doubled and Barrett drove him in for a 5-3 lead. Nice insurance run, yes, but had Baylor hit, the inning might have been even bigger.
      5) McNamara failed to see how badly Schiraldi was struggling. The first two outs of the bottom of the 10th inning, Backman and Hernandez, both got pretty good wood on the ball. Schiraldi was clearly worn out, up in the strike zone, and was just putting it there to be hit. Then both Carter and Mitchell had hard-hit singles, and yet McNamara sits there. Stanley was ready in the bull pen. It was way too late of a decision to finally go to Stanley after Knight singled to bring home Carter.
      6) The Dave Stapleton fiasco. In every post-season Red Sox win, Dave Stapleton was brought in as a defensive replacement for the hobbled Bill Buckner. Inexplicably, in the bottom of the 10th, with a two-run lead, Buckner was still out there. McNamara later claimed that Buckner was the best fielding first-baseman on the team, and that Stapleton had the nickname ‘Shaky’ due to his alleged defensive weakness. When asked directly about this, teammate Bruce Hurst said he never ONCE heard Stapleton called ‘Shaky.’ Clearly, McNamara wanted Buckner on the field at the moment of victory, a decision that would blow up in his face.

      Bob Stanley and Rich Gedman 23%

      There was absolutely no excuse for Gedman and Stanley to get crossed up on which pitch would be thrown to Mookie Wilson. This was a HUGE mistake, as Gedman was leaning away from the batter while Stanley threw inside. Instead of trying to get in front of it, Gedman just jabbed at it and missed. And Stanley didn’t just miss the plate, his pitch was so wild it nearly hit Mookie Wilson–whose acrobatics to avoid the pitch should be credited with scoring Mitchell because most batters would have been plunked resulting in bases loaded, and still a 1 run lead. But Stanley and Gedman shoulder a HUGE amount of blame for allowing the game to be needlessly tied.

      Calvin Schiraldi 15%

      Schiraldi was asked to pitch by his manager more than he could actually do, but he does shoulder the blame for allowing the game to be tied up in the bottom of the 8th, and then failing again in the bottom of the 10th, and then failing again in Game 7.

      Oil Can Boyd 3%

      When game seven was delayed 1 day due to rain, McNamara pulled the start from Boyd, allowing Hurst to pitch on short rest. Boyd was crushed and got himself drunk, rendering himself unable to pitch at all in Game 7.

      Bill Buckner 2%

      Okay, the ball did go through his legs allowing the winning run to score in Game 6, but people forget that the TYING run had already scored on Stanley’s wild pitch. Even if Buckner fields the ball, analysts of the play say there was a 50/50 chance Mookie beats Buckner to the bag, and it didn’t appear Stanley would get there in time either. But even if Buckner gets Mookie out, the game goes on to the 11th inning with the Mets retaining more bull pen options that the Red Sox in a game that thereafter would clearly favor the Mets.

      Wade Boggs 1%

      There is an often overlooked play in the famous bottom of the 10 in game six, when Ray Knight was at the plate. The Red Sox still led 5-3. A few swings before Knight stroked a single to score Carter, he hit a slow dribbler up along third. It was in fair play, and Boggs could have fairly easily picked up the ball and thrown out the slow-running Knight to win the World Series. Instead of creating for himself a career moment, he took the too conservative approach and allowed the ball to roll foul. Even if he fielded it, threw to first, and didn’t beat Knight, it would have been only bases loaded, with two outs and a two-run lead–a much better position they would have been in than Knight singling to score Carter.

    465. DW says:

      One more I forgot with McNamara. In game 7 Roger Clemens was ready to come in for relief and give Boston a few quality innings. The call never came.

    466. jason says:

      I agree, except I think Wades Bogg should be 2% responsible.

    467. DW says:

      I thought about giving Boggs 2%. Its admittedly a tough call. When you re-watch the play, its somewhat astounding that he didn’t pick it up and throw him out. He should have known Knight wasn’t that fast.

    468. Robbie says:

      Jacqui Heinrich
      Fmr Pres. Trump has CANCELLED his January 6th press conference at Mar-a-Lago

      – Darn, Jason fraud. I knew you were looking forward to this.

    469. mnw says:

      Looks like the new borough of Manhattan Super-Soros DA, sworn in today, is the worst one EVER.

      God help the poor New Yorkers. For those who haven’t gotten out yet… it’s time. Memo to frogs: the water is getting hotter.

      Reading about life in our big blue cities today reminds me of what I’ve read about life in Shanghai between the wars– the volcano’s edge.

    470. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Hoo-boy! The pandemic effect on FL voter registration has been.. jaw-dropping

      Since 3/31/20:
      +274,503 R
      -51,995 D
      66/67 counties becoming redder
      R’s overtake D’s for first time in state history
      Hat Tip to Mollie Hemingway

    471. Country Dick Montana says:

      $1000 to Biden campaign
      $500 to ActBlue

      Ain’t that right Sherman.

    472. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC was covered in blood because of COVID? Damn. The NYC Variant is a beast.

    473. DW says:

      Virginia Governor Youngkin being blamed for the I-95 disaster with motorists stranded over 24 hours. One person on Twitter remarked how terrible a start this is for the new Governor.

      Pretty rough criticism of Youngkin seeing he isn’t even sworn in until the 15th.

    474. Bitterlaw says:

      DW – Democrats believe the oceans stopped rising when Obama was elected. It is not a big stretch for them to blame Youngkin for a snow storm before he takes office.

    475. jason says:

      “Darn, Jason fraud. I knew you were looking forward to this.”

      Only a couple more weeks to Amoral Scumbag Day.

      One year of ignoring Biden’s disastrous presidency while driving by to talk about Trump, Fauci and me.

    476. jason says:

      Fmr Pres. Trump has CANCELLED his January 6th press conference at Mar-a-Lago”

      I don’t know why Amoral Scumbag is upset, he can still listen to fellow scumbag Liz Cheney.

    477. Gordon Allen says:

      A smart move by Trump.
      When your enemy is self destructing don’t interfere

    478. jason says:

      I hope this interpretation by Nick Arama is correct.

      In reality a carveout of “voting rights” would be even worse than BBB, because it would pretty much ensure one party rule, while BBB would “only” destroy the economy. Presumably you could right the economy in the future, but not if Dems made sure they would never lose elections.

      “But Joe Manchin has already popped Schumer’s bubble and done in this goal. He told reporters today that any carveout would be a “heavy lift,” that if you did that “you eat the whole turkey,” meaning you once you go down that road, you’ve killed the filibuster. He refused to go along with anything that wasn’t bipartisan. Translation: No dice, Chuckie.”

      Sinema has been very quiet lately, I don’t know if she has been bought off or just letting Manchin do the heavy lifting. She had been pretty clear she was against tampering with the filibuster.

      In reality, I always thought she was less likely to be bought off than Manchin, who had a history of caving at the end.

    479. jason says:

      It is not a big stretch for them to blame Youngkin for a snow storm before he takes office.”

      Someone noted that when people were corrected on who was actually governor, NONE of them posted anything critical of Northam.

    480. Meldrim says:

      #473, good post, DW.

    481. Meldrim says:

      Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, who represents the black-majority MI-14 (eastern Detroit, black-majority Oakland County suburbs, and Pontiac), has announced her retirement.

      Clearly, the effects of the Elizabeth Holmes verdict will be much greater than just Bobby Rush’s retirement. Who will be the next to retire? David Scott? Fredrica Wilson? Bennie Thompson? Danny Davis? We will have to wait and see.

    482. DW says:

      Thanks Meldrin. That was the most classic of all fall classics.

      Here are two related headlines:

      Biden: There’s a Lot of Reasons to Be Hopeful for 2020

      25th House Democrat Announces They Won’t Seek Re-Election

    483. jason says:

      I think we will get 4 retirements because there were 4 guilty counts.

      But the 3 hung counts could mean 1.5 retirements.

      Unfortunately the 4 acquittals means 4 Dems will reconsider retiring.

    484. jason says:

      Nikki Fried calls DeSantis a “dictator”.

      Will go over well with all the people in FL that fled real dictators.

    485. DW says:

      Democrats always like to call Republican leaders ‘dictators’ and then when the Dems finally get into power and actually acts like dictators, then they are called ‘visionaries.’

    486. Tom says:

      494. Democrats are hypocrites?! Who knew??

    487. jason says:

      Yep. This is what Obama said about Fidel Castro, who for decades was a brutal communist dictator that killed thousands and jailed all dissidents.

      “We know that this moment fills Cubans — in Cuba and in the United States — with powerful emotions, recalling the countless ways in which Fidel Castro altered the course of individual lives, families, and of the Cuban nation. History will record and judge the enormous impact of this singular figure on the people and world around him”

    488. mnw says:

      “There’s a lot of reason to be hopeful in 2020.”

      I guess he forgot to flip the calendar– not just once, but TWICE!

      We’ve seen enuf of Sinema by now to know she keeps schtum. It’s what she does.

    489. jason says:

      Trudeau on Castro:

      Trudeau described Castro as a “legendary revolutionary and orator” and praised him for making “significant improvements to the education and health care of his island nation.”

    490. jason says:

      now to know she keeps schtum. It’s what she does.”

      I will take your word for it.

    491. jason says:

      I checked the English-Quechua dictionary. Came up empty.

    492. jason says:

      Biden often does not know where he is. Or where to go. Or what he is saying. Now he doesn’t even know what year it is.

      Remember when Amoral Scumbag got VERY excited that some quack diagnosed Trump on TV as “mentally incapacitated”, and couldn’t stop posting about it?

      Biden? Crickets.

    493. jason says:

      Where are these people?

      “A petition signed by 350 psychiatrists and other mental-health professionals claiming that President Donald Trump’s mental health is deteriorating rapidly amid impeachment proceedings is set to be submitted to Congress on Thursday.
      “We are convinced that, as the time of possible impeachment approaches, Donald Trump has the real potential to become ever more dangerous, a threat to the safety of our nation,” said Drs. Bandy Lee, a Yale psychiatrist, Jerrold Post, a former CIA profiler, and John Zinner, a psychiatrist at George Washington University.”

    494. jason says:

      Chuckie gooal post alert!

      We went from “holding a vote” to “having discussions”

      “Asked about what might be changed in the Senate rules re: the filibuster, Schumer only says ‘there are many different proposals out there and our caucus is discussing them.’ But Schumer acknowledges there is no deal among Democrats.”

    495. mnw says:

      I formed my opinion of shrinks from watching them for 35 years, when I noticed the perfect correlation between their expert opinions and the party paying them.

    496. jason says:

      I hope the Dems keep spending money to run ads against Manchin in WV…

    497. mnw says:

      DEM senators facing tough reelection contests (NV; AZ) must want to kill Schumer for scheduling difficult votes– in order to punish Manchin & Sinema.

    498. jason says:

      I don’t know if this is what mmw meant by schtum but I will take it…

      “Kyrsten Sinema reiterated during yesterday’s virtual Democratic caucus lunch she will not support any effort to get rid of the 60-vote threshold, according to two sources familiar with the call”

    499. jason says:

      Of course, always skeptical about “sources familiar”, just like I was skeptical when Axios reported that Manchin was negotiating “according to people familiar with the matter”, which turned out to be wrong.

    500. jason says:

      Let’s see if Schumer really schedules the vote.

      Right now he is trying to pretend the vote is 48-2. It is not. It is 52-48 at best.

      It destroys the narrative that “one or two people” are destroying civilization as we know it.

    501. Bitterlaw says:

      13 people were killed in a fire today in Philadelphia. Jason to add “fire-ravaged” to Philadelphia Hate List in 3…2…1…

    502. mnw says:

      I know Yiddish slang too. It was a thing here not long ago.

    503. SoHope says:

      More BS…looks like KY won’t split the Louisville congressional district how nice of them.

    504. jason says:

      I am sure fires only happen in Bad Philadelphia.

    505. jason says:

      All murders, robberies, carjackings, burglaries, rapes, assaults, drug related deaths and crimes and political corruption happen in Bad Philadelphia.

      Good Philadelphia it is a beautiful peaceful, paradise completely isolated, separate, and apart from Bad Philadelphia, which for all practical purposes should be considered to be thousands of miles away. Good Philadelphia is a cultural mecca where elitist suburbanites from places like Radnor can go to while professing to not knowing anything about Bad Philadelphia.

      When it comes to Bad Philadelphia, the elitists “know nothing, see nothing, hear nothing”.

    506. jason says:

      State Police and transportation officials took to the air to monitor progress because highway traffic cameras went dark amid power outages, Northam said. While expressing sympathy for stranded motorists, Northam said more should have heeded warnings to stay off the roads.”

      Did he tell Tim Kaine he should have stayed off the roads?

    507. jason says:

      Looks like Fairmount is in Good Philadelphia. These things like fires are not supposed to happen there…there should be an investigation since this is only normal in Bad Philadelphia.

      “Home to Philly’s truly world-class museums, Fairmount is synonymous with fine art — but art is far from the only draw for this northern neighbor to Center City.

      Often referred to as the “Art Museum Area” because of its walking-distance access to Philadelphia Museum of Art, Franklin Institute, Rodin Museum and Barnes Foundation, Fairmount possesses a distinct personality that thrives independent of those many hallowed halls.”

    508. DW says:

      516 – more were on the roads because their flights home were canceled due to Covid madness, and so they had to rent cars and drive home.

    509. jason says:

      Schtum was actually new to me, and I consider myself well versed in Yiddish slang for an Incan.

      Well, time to schlep some llama feed over to the barn.

    510. jason says:

      I don’t actually blame Northam for the debacle, storms happen, but the hypocrisy of blaming Youngkin first and then giving Northam a pass second is astounding.

    511. Bitterlaw says:

      If Philly-hater Jason had ever been to Philadelphia, he would know that Fairmount is a mixed area. There are expensive high-rise condo building, middle class homes and low-income sections. The fire was in Section 8 housing. It is subsidized for low-income people.

      It does have nice bars and restaurants. It also has a thriving girls softball league.

    512. NYCmike says:

      “– Darn, Jason fraud. I knew you were looking forward to this.”

      -This Robbie is a real loon. Such a singular obsession on one A-Hole is not healthy!

    513. NYCmike says:


      Prescient call on the Manhattan D.A. coming into office. News this morning was reading a memo sent out to the ADAs.

    514. jason says:

      Such a singular obsession on one A-Hole is not healthy!”

      Anything to avoid mentioning his iconic hero Biden.

    515. jason says:

      Philly-hater Jason”

      I will add it to my extensive annals.

    516. jason says:

      he would know that Fairmount is a mixed area”

      Hmmmm…..could it be possible that Philadelphia might also be “mixed”?

      You know, like Good Philadelphia and Bad Philadelphia are actually part of the same city?


    517. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzzzzz. Jason created Bad Philadelphia and Good Philadelphia. I only type “Philadelphia.”

    518. NYCmike says:

      Car 54 Tgca, where are you?!?!

    519. Bitterlaw says:

      Maybe I was unfair to say York is in the middle of nowhere. It is trying to keep up with shootings.

      Good shooting by the owner.

    520. Bitterlaw says:

      York is big enough to have a South Side gang? Is there a North Side gang? If not, they should just be called the gang,

    521. Bitterlaw says:

      My son’s dog (who is shared with his girlfriend) was supposed to be visiting us. 3 weeks later, she seems to feel very at home with us. I should encourage him to marry her and the 3 of them can live happily ever after somewhere else.

      I like the dog. My cat does not like the dog. They engage in stare downs several times a day. No major skirmishes yet.

    522. DW says:

      In the news today…

      Biden blames “Big Meat” for high meat prices.

      Gov. Northam blames “Big Drivers” for I-95 weather debacle.

    523. NYCmike says:

      “No major skirmishes yet.”

      -They are waiting to see whose side the A-Hole from York comes down on.

    524. NYCmike says:

      “My son’s dog (who is shared with his girlfriend)”

      -Recipe for disaster.

      Tell your son to piss or get off the pot.

      Men share things with their wife. Until then, we are alone in this world.

    525. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      On a good note, the U.S. is about to become the world’s top LNG gas exporter.

      “The U.S. Energy Information Administration recently forecast that the new Venture Global and Cheniere facilities will increase the country’s peak LNG production capacity from 11.6 Bcf/d as of November 2021 to 13.9 Bcf/d by the end of 2022 across the seven export facilities. The agency forecast that baseload U.S. LNG liquefaction capacity will increase from 9.5 Bcf/d to 11.4 Bcf/d over the same time frame.

      With all of these terminals at full capacity, the U.S. would become the biggest global LNG producer, ahead of Australia and Qatar, which export 11.4 Bcf/d and 10.3 Bcf/d, respectively, according to the EIA.”

    526. Cash Cow TM says:

      Walt said for me to tell you it is day 3 of

    527. Cash Cow TM says:

      Walt said for me to tell you it is day 3 of

      He not happy.

    528. Gordon Allen says:

      The market is starting to realize the Fed is tightening( belatedly) ; before it was just talk.

    529. Cash Cow TM says:

      “…BIG MEAT…”

      Sometimes that is what Walt teasingly
      calls me.

    530. NYCmike says:

      -It will be hilarious to see “CG” and Robbie jump on the Ted Cruz bandwagon, now that he has gone full-Cheney. What would make him do such a stupid thing?

      Ted, I will never vote for you in a Republican primary again. You have no shot in 2024.

    531. jason says:

      Ted Cruz is now a RINO too?

      Hard to keep up.

    532. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – Every Republican is a RINO to Tina and NYC. The only person they will never call a RINO is Trump even though he funded hard leftists and Planned Parenthood for years.

    533. jason says:

      Ted, I will never vote for you in a Republican primary again. You have no shot in 2024″

      I thought Ted was NYC’s hero?

      Well, I am sure he is still loyal to Chuckie Schumer.

    534. jason says:

      Jen Psaki on BBB”

      “It will be easier to sell this bill to the public once it is passed”

    535. NYCmike says:

      “I thought Ted was NYC’s hero?”

      -Only half-baked morons like you, Robbie and “CG” have politicians as their “heros”.

      I thought he was the best choice in the Republican primary in 2016. Thankfully, more people chose Trump, and I got to vote for Trump 2x.

      I’ll do so again if Trump wins the 2024 primary, but if he doesn’t run I will support another candidate, but most likely not Cruz. Unforced error today, and that misjudgment will cost him my vote.

    536. Tina says:

      Not sure who is having a worse day?

      Red Ruze

      Or Pawn Stewart

    537. Tina says:

      Does the low IQ Georgia Governor concur?

      · 12h
      WATCH: Georgia Secretary of State says “Credible evidence was given to us that people were harvesting ballots”

    538. Tina says:

      Can Red Ruze explain how many J6 “terrorists” have been charged with “terrorism” or “insurrection?”

    539. Cash Cow TM says:

      The airline delivered Walt’s lost suitcase tonight about 9.


    540. Tina says:

      Tomorrow, I won’t post. I am staying away and not on the Internet.

      Don’t want to hear anymore J6 baloney as one will not be able to differentiate a Drat from a “Republican.”

    541. jason says:

      Only half-baked morons like you, Robbie and “CG” have politicians as their “heros”.


      You throwing your hero Chuckie under the bus?

      I never called any politician my hero.


    542. jason says:

      NYC was Ted Cruz’s biggest cheerleader here for years.

      But with one comment, he becomes a RINO traitor.

      Talk about shallow thinking….

      Talk about being a half baked moron…..

    543. Phil says:

      Good God. I turn on the tv and the screen is filled with this bullsh*t. What a crock. Insurrection? Threat to our democracy? Violent assault? Darkest day since 9-11? Lol. Take a drink every time one of these phonies says the word “democracy”. You’ll be drunk in fifteen minutes.

      …..oh, and Ted Cruz can kiss my ass.

    544. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      JUST IN – Double vaccinated, boosted, and now 4th vaccination. Despite this, Covid cases in #Israel reach a new record high: 16,115 new infections.

    545. Phil says:

      That’s impossible. Vaccinations prevent infection. Biden said so.

    546. DW says:

      NBC calls for children to wear TWO masks…

      …do they even realize this means they are admitting ONE mask is useless?

    547. Phil says:

      Armed insurrection? It was neither armed nor an insurrection?

    548. Phil says:

      No DW. That never occurred to them.

    549. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #554- Phil
      FOX News coverage; The Good and Bad of the Riots:

      Bad- Brett Biare is salivating over Biden’s speech

      Good- Chris Wallace is gone. If around, Wallace would call it the best speech since the Gettysberg Address

    550. Phil says:

      Darkest day in American history. In order to rectify it we must do away with voter ID. Promote ballot harvesting. Accept mall in ballots with no verification.

      Does that pretty much sum it all up?

    551. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      557. Don’t confuse them with the facts. Their basing their recommendations on SCIENCE. And the science is clear and irrefutable, even though the recommendations constantly change.

      Remember last year when Fauci and others told us the vaccine would prevent infection? Their babbling like fools, knowing the liberal media will parrot whatever they say is absolute truth.

    552. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Am sure concerned troll will do a fly-by today to dutifully denounced Trump. Off course he will flee before ever responding to questions about his opinion of Biden. This has become comical.

    553. Phil says:

      I look forward to the anticipated drive by post. Always entertaining and amusing.

    554. Cash Cow TM says:

      Questions a out 1/6/2021

      1. How many people were gathered for the rally in D.C.?

      2. How many people broke windows, etc. and forced enter into the capitol?

      3. When did Trump address the crowd?

      4. When did the breach of the Capitol happen–before, during or after Trump addressed crowd?

      5. how many capitol police were at the capitol to deny illegal entry? Was this security force in any way beefed up for that specific and important day?

      6. When did a call go out to bring police reinforcements? How long did it take for reinforcements to get to the capitol bldg?

      7. How many people who entered the capitol were the ones who broke windows/doors to gain entry, physically assault police, destroy property, stole property?

      8. How many people actually entered the capitol building? What % of this group were part of a violent mob, just bystanders who were there inside but did not commit any acts of violence, just entered and walked around and took pictures?

      9. What % of the people gathered for the rally entered into the capitol bldg.?

      10. How many FBI assets (people) were actually in the crowd? In the smaller crowd who forced entry? Entered the capitol? We all know the FBI musta had some people actually in the crowd.

      11. Did authorities arrest the person(s) who were videoed taking down the perimeter fence?

      12. Who was it that removed metal barricades? Some videos I saw, it looked like the police were removing the barricades.

      13. Were there instances where police actually opened doors and let people in the capitol?

      14. Of the thousands of hours of video tapes from various sources, can the public still see all those?

      I remember seeing one video clip where someone (tall dude) outside the capitol doors rushed in and looked like was beating on one of the people trying to break windows in the door.

      15. Why didn’t security forces inside capitol use firehoses on the people trying to enter capitol through broken windows? or use stun grenades? Rubber bullets?

    555. DW says:

      A 6.1 earthquake just struck 50 miles from the capital of Nicaragua.

    556. Gordon Allen says:

      On a current and more relevant topic going forward the 10 year Trsasury hit 1.75% today.
      Going up faster than I thought.
      The market mavens will be recalibration pretty soon if that continues.
      A good time to consider selling your best performers and take profits.
      Everything that goes up must fall sooner or later.

    557. mnw says:

      Hey, Cow

      In addition to sussing out the fact that old white conservatives are irresistibly drawn to her, due to her irresistible sexual aura, Sandy also said (not long back):

      “Republicans– they’re old white men who sit around and talk about the good old days, when Hershey bars were a nickel.”

      I know that’s what my friends and I always discuss, whenever we get together– because we’re dumb & a little senile, & haven’t read widely like AOC has– so that’s all we CAN talk about! Candy bars! Boy, those Hershey bars were something back then, weren’t they?

      Can you remember when you could get 5 of them for a quarter, Cow?

      Gee our old Lasalle ran great, too. Those were the days!

    558. mnw says:

      567 Gordon

      I don’t agree about selling. I think cash is trash. I prefer rotating into high dividend value stocks, especially energy, & especially natural gas.

    559. Cash Cow TM says:

      Here is who Cow blames for CAUSING the unfortunate riot/assault on the Capitol on 1/6/2021:

      1. George Floyd trying to pass counterfeit money, eating drugs, refusing to get into police car.

      2. The policeman who had a knee on the back/neck of George Floyd that was involved in causing Floyd’s death.

      3. The tens of thousands of asshats who participated in George Floyd riots and hundreds of millions of dollars of destruction (in dozens of cities) for 7 months.

      4. Antifa/BLM/Anarchists/nutjobs who spent months nightly attacking federal buildings and agents defending same on the left coast.

      5. The city and state authorities that allowed #3 and #4 above to continue and did not meet those riots with sufficient force to end the violence, deaths, assaults, arsons, destruction of personal and government property.

      6. The asshats who set up and funded free bail money for all the anarchists who were were arrested in #3 and #4 above.

      7. The U.S. court system that REFUSED to actually hold ANY court case to investigate ANY specific and/or widespread CHARGES of election fraud to prove or dispel the charges that fraud existed in the 2020 election.
      [I do not understand how votes could be counted without poll watchers present if State law required the presence of poll watchers from both parties being present during the vote count and tally.]

      8. The R party officials in PA and other states who did not attempt–prior to the election–to thwart violation of State laws by State court judges of existing State election laws as a result of Covid.

      9. The fricking Chinese for unleashing Covid on the U.S. that messed up normal election procedures.

      10. The media for not fairly covering LOTS of things and not presenting both sides concerning charges of election fraud, irregularities, violation of State laws, etc.

      11. People who voted for Biden merely because they think Trump is an a$$hole.

      12. Trump for being an a$$hole who could not control his fingers or mouth and caused many voters to want to vote against him and instead vote for a senile simpleton who will go down in history as a very failed president.

      13. The authorities who failed to take proper steps to prevent a breach of the U.S. Capitol building.

    560. Cash Cow TM says:

      As to what happened on 1/6 a year ago, Cow–months earlier–correctly predicted that sh!t would hit the fan due to:

      A. MONTHS of frustration of a large segment of Americans who were incensed by the government(s) allowing lawlessness to seize the cities and take over the streets. Eventually the non-left wing nut jobs would conclude that they ALSO MUST take their grievances to the street and use violent methods to achieve their goals.

      B. failure of the courts of refusing to hear cases concerning election fraud/irregularities and WHICH WOULD EITHER PROVE OR DISPEL the 2020 election fraud/irregularities charges.

      Since even a COW could see this coming, it lends credence to those who think that the Left allowed and underhandedly encouraged those on the Right to do what they did on 1/6 so the boom could be lowered on the Right.

    561. Cash Cow TM says:

      “A 6.1 earthquake just struck 50 miles from the capital of Nicaragua.”

      Trump’s fault.
      Either that or GlowBull warming.
      Or maybe Glen Youngkin’s fault.

    562. NYCmike says:

      “NYC was Ted Cruz’s biggest cheerleader here for years.

      But with one comment, he becomes a RINO traitor.”

      -No. He just became a guy I will not vote for in the Republican primary for President in 2024.

    563. Gordon Allen says:

      MNW. I would in the past as well. But when you’re 75 and quite comfortable,your time horizon shrinks.
      When our economic leaders are Biden,Harris,Pelosi,Schumer and Powell,it’s not going to end well over the next few years.

    564. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Can you remember when you could get 5 of them for a quarter, Cow?

      Gee our old Lasalle ran great, too. Those were the days!”

      And don’t forget penny candy!
      And 27 cents/gallon gas!
      And $5 shirts!
      And $1900 to buy a NEW VW Bettle.
      Walt said his earliest cars were a used
      1951 Keyser and then a
      used 1951 Dodge (that cost him $85) and then he upgraded to a used 1963 Pontiac Lemans w/ a 326 cc engine (cost him $500–and insurance for less than $100/yr.)

      Neither of the first two cars ran all that great, but you could fly in that Pontiac.

    565. mnw says:


      I’m 75 also. I think Walt is too, or very close. AOC thinks you & Walt & I sit around talking about when Hershey bars were 5 cents, btw.

      My time horizon hasn’t shrunk because I think of it as investing mostly for my kids now.

      The elected officials you reference are scum, but there’s nothing wrong with the U.S, economy– except inflation, & that can (& MUST) be finessed by individual investors.

      I would STILL like to know precisely how you thought I misconstrued “Rigged” by Hemingway. I’ve asked you this repeatedly.

    566. mnw says:


      My first car was a clapped-out 1960 Buick I inherited when my grandfather passed.

    567. Bitterlaw says:

      I’m 75 also. I think Walt is too, or very close.

      More than 4.5 billion years on this planet and Walt’s age is still impossible to accept by some people.

    568. DW says:

      Turns out Youngkin and Trump were not to blame for the Nicaragua earthquake, as there was no bad damage or deaths reported.

    569. Chicon says:

      Happy New Year, you filthy animals.

    570. DW says:

      Study: Risk of ICU Admission or Death From Omicron 83% Less Than Delta

      But lets turn the whole world into a communist dictatorship just as a precaution!!

    571. Cash Cow TM says:

      Here is what the CBI
      (Cow Bureau of Investigations) has discovered concerning the questions posed earlier by me and recopied below:


      Questions about 1/6/2021

      1. How many people were gathered for the rally in D.C.?

      The permit was for 20,000 (or other souces say 30,000). But there were 3 permits for 3 separate rallies on 1/6/21 totaling 75,000 expected attendees.

      The actual crowd on that day was 120,000 people.
      Despite the huge size of the crowd, a D.C. city official (can’t remember his title) on that day before it all hit the fan viewed the crowd and said he thought it was at the low end of 20,000–maybe LESS!
      2. How many people broke windows, etc. and forced enter into the capitol?

      ANSWER: earlier it was said by authorities (FBI) that about 800 people entered the Capitol. Weeks/Months later this was changed to 1,200 people.
      They have arrested over 800 so far.

      3. When did Trump address the crowd?

      ANSWER: Trump addressed the crowd at 12 noon.
      The assault on the Capitol took place shortly before 1 p.m. (and Trump was still addressing the crowd still gathered at the White House.
      4. When did the breach of the Capitol happen–before, during or after Trump addressed crowd?

      ANSWER: Before 1 p.m. while Trump was still speaking the assault began. Breach of the Capitol building happened about 2 p.m.

      5. How many capitol police were at the capitol to deny illegal entry? Was this security force in any way beefed up for that specific and important day?

      ANSWER: Outside on one side of the capitol building were about 24 officers. Outside on the grounds on the side where the Trump rally had been happening was about 18 officers. Inside the Capitol were maybe 150-200(?) officers.
      Top Capitol police chief WELL BEFORE Jan 6 requested more police to be on duty for 1/6. They could have had about 300 more Capitol Police deployed that day. Before 1/6/21 other federal agencies offered the use of their officers. The 300 extra CP were not called in beforehand. The offer from the other federal agencies was rejected.
      6. When did a call go out to bring police reinforcements? How long did it take for reinforcements to get to the capitol bldg?

      ANSWER: Called for reinforcement when they lost the exterior lines outside the bldg. well before 2 p.m. (Maybe 1:15-1:30?)
      Interestingly, at4 about 3 p.m. is when Ashly Babbitt was shot and killed. 3 or 4 CP were outside the locked/barricaded interior door (to the House/Senate?). These CP had not pulled their sidearms, had no helmets or shields and were holding back the crowd from forcing through. Though the crowd did reach past them to break the glass in the doors/windows. At about 3 p.m. about 6 heavily armed CP with AR-15s in riot gear came up the steps to relieve those 3 or 4 practically unarmed CP. The unarmed CP stepped away and before the heavily equipped CP squad could get to that door and in those intervening seconds is when the crowd broke out the windows and Ashley Babbitt tried to go through and was shot and killed.

      National Guard/Federal troops–while ready to be there and just 20 minutes away–were not activated and put into play until like 4 p.m. or later. By 6 p.m. riotors were cleared from the building and capitol grounds. The Pentagon brass would not give permission when first requeted. Some say it was due to bad optics when they deployed them in June 2020 over BLM/Pink Floyd protest and they took heat over that and were reluctant to do so again.

      7. How many people who entered the capitol were the ones who broke windows/doors to gain entry, physically assault police, destroy property, stole property?

      ANSWER: Authorities now say @ 1200 people entered Capitol…unknown how many did the things listed above.

      8. How many people actually entered the capitol building? What % of this group were part of a violent mob, just bystanders who were there inside but did not commit any acts of violence, just entered and walked around and took pictures?

      ANSWER: see answer above

      9. What % of the people gathered for the rally entered into the capitol bldg.?

      ANSWER: So if 120,000 in crowd and 1,200 entered building…1%

      10. How many FBI assets (people) were actually in the crowd? In the smaller crowd who forced entry? Entered the capitol? We all know the FBI musta had some people actually in the crowd.

      ANSWER: unknown. But one 40-minute video telling what happened showed that Epps guy (FBI paid guy) TWICE inciting the crowd to get into the bldg.

      11. Did authorities arrest the person(s) who were videoed taking down the perimeter fences?

      Answer: unknown.

      12. Who was it that removed metal barricades? Some videos I saw, it looked like the police were removing the barricades.

      ANSWER: unknown. Most of what I saw was protestors pushing down barriers while police were trying desperately to prevent that from happening. [Long ago, I DID see a video where it APPEARED it was police officers who were removing the barriers and waving the crowd forward.]

      13. Were there instances where police actually opened doors and let people in the capitol?

      ANSWER: At one of the 8 breaches, the CP stood there and made no effort to try to stop the breach and keep people out.
      14. Of the thousands of hours of video tapes from various sources, can the public still see all those?

      ANSWER: I do not know.

      I remember seeing one video clip where someone (tall dude) outside the capitol doors rushed in and looked like was beating on one of the people trying to break windows in the door.
      [have never seen this video since about a week after 1//6/21]

      15. Why didn’t security forces inside capitol use firehoses on the people trying to enter capitol through broken windows? or use stun grenades? Rubber bullets?

      ANSWER: The Cap. Pol. outside the building had no riot gear, shields, helmets, crowd control weapons. By the time the thin line of CP (and ensuing reinforcements) lost the line on the grounds leading TO the capitol, the commander ordered the tactical squads in. It took them a while to get there. They were armed with stun grenades and tear gas and other gear and used what they had on the crowd. This would have been well before 2 p.m. when the capitol building itself was actually breached and people began entering the capitol bldg.
      Apparently, rubber bullets were used on BLM protestors back in June 2020 at or near the capitol.
      The video in #579 above (while slanted ideologically against Trump) gives a good chronological account.
      This following article is good about crowd size, # who entered, etc.
      I had some other video link I watched to gather these answers, but I cannot find it now to share the link with you.

      You will have to trust the Cow.
      For all the research info,
      You are welcome.

      Seems a lot of fingers get pointed at Oath Keepers and Proud Boys as perpetrators. Yet

    572. Gordon Allen says:

      MNW. My kids have received plenty- Advanced Distribution..
      You think I can remember your question? I’m 75.
      What was it again?

    573. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – I found a possible A-hole Anthem. Warning – the language is rough but I like the title. abcdefu

    574. mnw says:

      584 Gordon

      You think I can remember what you said about “Rigged” originally? I’M 75 too. We might be able to develop a Sunshine Boys routine here.

    575. NYCmike says:

      Wasn’t there a group called the Hobo’s or something like that, several years back?

    576. jason says:

      Yes, Walt was a Founding Father of the Hobos.

    577. jason says:

      I like the A-Hole Anthem.

      Will we have to pay a royalty, we are low in funds at the moment.

    578. jason says:

      Good posts by Cash Cow!

    579. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden’s latest polling:

      Biden Job Approval Among adults (1,500):
      Approve 40%
      Disapprove 50% .

      Among RV (1,201):
      Approve 43%
      Disapprove 51% .
      @YouGovAmerica /@TheEconomist, 1/2-4

      Biden Job Approval:
      Approve 43%
      Disapprove 57% .
      @Rasmussen_Poll, 1,500 LV, 1/3-5

      Biden Job Approval:
      Approve 42%
      Disapprove 50% .
      @MorningConsult, 45,000 Adults, 12/30-1/5

    580. Bitterlaw says:

      Royalties? We’re A-holes. We don’t pay royalties.

    581. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I don’t see the Democrats strategy of focusing on the “insurrection” from a year ago as being a very effective strategy. Americans now in 2022 are focused on economic issues and the coronavirus epidemic — and the Biden presidency has failed miserably on both issues. The Democrats present shrillness about last year’s events comes across as a smoke screen to hide the Biden administration’s failures over the last year.

    582. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Putin game playing may result in Finland (and maybe Sweden) joining NATO. Finland has already decided to buy U.S. F-35 jet fighters.

      “Finland says it reserves right to join NATO despite opposition from Russia

      Finland’s leaders say they will decide whether to join NATO despite warnings ?from Russia against joining the Western alliance, as the military standoff on Ukraine’s border has heightened tensions between Moscow, the US and Washington’s European allies. ?

      “Finland’s room to maneuver and freedom of choice also include the possibility of military alignment and applying for NATO membership, should we ourselves so decide,” President Sauli Niinistö said in a New Year’s address over the weekend.

      Niinistö also urged the European Union to become actively involved in curbing Russian aggression, saying: “In this situation, Europe cannot just listen in.”

    583. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      January 6, 2022 at 7:25 pm

      Royalties? We’re A-holes. We don’t pay royalties.”

      Ok, ok, I always like to run these things by the A-hole Legal Department first.

    584. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “A new national telephone and o FCnline survey by Rasmussen Reports finds that only 28% of Likely U.S. voters believe it is likely Biden will be reelected if he seeks another term in 2024. Thirty-eight percent (38%) think Biden would lose to a Republican candidate in 2024, while 21% say it’s more likely Biden will resign before completing his full term in office. Another 15% are not sure.”

    585. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Biden’s approval crashed in the just-released Weekly Reuters/Ipsos Tracking Poll, but take a look at the rosy sub-headline at the top.

    586. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      What a coincidence! It took a year for UNNAMED sources to leak this information. Yeah, right! It’s part of her image rehab, period!

    587. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Holy Moly!!! Look at the data in this new Civiqs Poll thru January 5th.
      There is a lot of crosstabs so one hint: Biden’s net DISapproval with youngins’ is underwater by 20%.

    588. Gordon Allen says:

      Finland’s Finladization going poorly. That’s a lot of money to spend( on F35’s) by a country its size. Switzerland just did to.
      Meanwhile Germany..

    589. Tina says:

      Red Ruze keeps digging.

      We understand perfectly well what you said.

    590. jason says:

      Cruz just made Tina’s RINO list?

      I think she should start a new list of who is NOT a RINO, much more manageable.

      Not only will it be very short, it will get shorter each day.

    591. jason says:

      I don’t think Cruz should have referred to anyone at the Jan 6 protest as “terrorist”, even in the context of those that attacked police officers.

      I am not a fan of Ted Cruz as I have often considered him a grandstander.

      However, to pretend he is anything less than a committed conservative is really stupid.

      If Ted Cruz is not conservative enough for the 100% litmus testing morons, conservatives will be a tiny minority consigned to the fringes of power for eternity.

    592. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Scott Rasmussen makes a good point:

      “I believe the Democrats have made a terrible miscalculation with Hispanic voters. The Census Bureau defines a Hispanic person as anybody with any Hispanic heritage. If your parents were both born in America, but their parents came from a Hispanic country, you’re counted that way? Turns out, about half of Hispanic voters think of themselves as White, especially in West Texas, South Texas. It depends on if you live in a community that is heavily Hispanic and has strong ties to new immigrants coming in.

      “Democrats want to present this notion of persons of color, that they are all the same. It is not a coalition that exists in the real world. And when you appeal to a Hispanic voter who thinks they’re White, trying to make their life in America, and you say ‘fighting for civil rights,’ it doesn’t connect.”

    593. Bitterlaw says:

      The great irony is that Trump is not on Tina’s RINO list. He spent decades funding hard-core leftists. He only ran as a Republican so he did not have to face Hillary in a Dem primary.

      I did not like Cruz’s statement but it did not make him a RINO.

    594. Wes says:

      Ironically despite her not being a Republican, Tina considers herself the gatekeeper for who RINOs are and are not.

    595. Gordon Allen says:

      Cruz has no shot in 24.
      I read his whole statement and some of his questions. Big picture was different.

      He was sucking up to the witness at the start; foolish, but doesn’t make him a Rino.

      But stay in the Senate Ted.

    596. DW says:

      After Being “Triple-Vaxxed” Whoopi Goldberg Tells “View” Co-Hosts She Was “Shocked” To Get COVID

      –no comment needed.

    597. Gordon Allen says:

      When it counted Trump was the antithesis of a RINO,as irrefutable established by the fact RINO’s hate him.
      That ” case” should be closed for good.

    598. Gordon Allen says:

      A discerning article by Loren Thompson in Forbes,posted in Real Clear Defense today.
      He’s a Defense consultant and avid hawk.
      Hard to disagree with his assessment of the situation and likely outcome of the Ukraine crises


    599. jason says:

      When it counted Trump was the antithesis of a RINO”


      Goal post move alert!

      Is that the new standard? When it counted?

      Seems to me “when it counted” Ted Cruz was ALWAYS more conservative than Trump.

      Bitter is right, if Cruz is a RINO, Trump is a MEGA RINO.

    600. jason says:

      The fact is, 90% of the RINOS the 100% litmus test morons attack here are more conservative than Trump.

    601. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes – Tina is a RINO Hunter despite not being a Republican. Jason is the Deplorable Whisperer without being a deplorable.

    602. Bitterlaw says:

      Trump was a good President. Trump is not the litmus test of conservatism. Both can be true.

    603. Bitterlaw says:

      Most of the protestors on January 6, 2021 were peaceful. Some got out of hand. Some broke the law. None were terrorists (unless there really was a bomb plot).

    604. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      RIP Sidney Portier at 94

    605. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      So in order to encourage the use of electric vehicles in California, they are going to have mobile charging station vehicles that generate their electrical charge from onboard natural gas tanks:

      “But the mobile charging station developed by L-Charge, which runs on relatively low-emission liquefied natural gas (LNG) or hydrogen, also offers a solution that doesn’t involve additional strain on the grid. This is an important innovation in a world in which demands on the grid are expected to grow rapidly over the next decade.”

      Meanwhile California is building more natural gas power plants to avoid blackouts in the summer.

      So much for the green energy revolution. Maybe Al Gore can fly the Swedish scold to California on his private jet to lecture Newsom.

    606. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      So not only don’t the vaccines prevent infection, it now appears the COVID tests do not detect early infections. What a complete joke of a public health establishment. Let’s see how Fauci spins this one.

      NYT headline:

      “Emerging Data Raise Questions About Antigen Tests and Nasal Swabs
      A new study adds to evidence that common rapid tests may fail to detect some Omicron cases in the first days of infection.”

    607. Bitterlaw says:

      Why not just run cars on LNG if possible? But I do not know if it is possible or safe. Maybe SDC knows.

    608. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Visit This Quirky SoCal Mountain Town That Elected a Golden Retriever as Mayor
      From hikes and rock climbing to local brews, natural wines, and coffee flights”

      Given the state of California politics, I would vote for the
      golden retriever for governor. Beats the current mutt.

    609. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      619. I often drive a natural gas truck. However, it runs on CNG, condensed natural gas. LNG is expensive because it requires the natural gas be keep at a low temperature to liquify it. It would also be an energy use hog in a small vehicle.

      The mobile recharge vehicles would likely be good sized trucks with large LNG tanks that could charge a large number of vehicles each day. Charging an electric vehicle is not cheap, unless you have a home charger. A recent study found it was more expensive than the cost of gasoline for a gas engine vehicle.

    610. Bitterlaw says:

      Walt is offended by the term “fossil fuel.” He says those fossils used to be his friends.

    611. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Here is a comparison of the costs of charging an electric vehicle vehicle vs. a gasoline vehicle. It does not include the costs of driving around to find an open electric charger, or the hours necessary for an electric car to be charged:

      “A mid-priced internal combustion car that gets 33 miles per gallon would cost $8.58 in overall costs to drive 100 miles at $2.81 a gallon, the study found. But a mid-priced EV, such as Chevrolet Bolt, Nissan Leaf or a Tesla Model 3, would cost $12.95 to drive 100 miles in terms of costs that include recharging the vehicle using mostly a commercial charger.”

      “On a yearly basis, assuming the mid-priced cars traveled 12,000 miles, it would cost $1,030 to drive an internal combustion car and $1,554 to drive an EV.”

    612. jason says:

      Walt probably knows who is buried in Grant’s tomb.

    613. jason says:

      Has anyone seen Clint Eastwood’s new movie?

      At 91, he refuses the advances of a hot Mexican woman about 60 years younger, but does nail a hot Mexican woman only about 40 years younger.

    614. Bitterlaw says:

      Walt probably knows who is buried in Grant’s tomb.

      Walt knew the marble in Grant’s tomb when it was limestone.

    615. Gordon Allen says:

      When it counted was Jan20,2017 to January 20,2021.
      Yes. That was and is the only litmus test. Full stop

    616. DW says:

      Biden administration lawyer is apparently watching the results from some other planet:

      Biden administration says vaccine mandate is ‘single most effective’ tool OSHA has.
      Justice Thomas asks the Biden administration’s lawyer whether there are other tools and methods OSHA could have used instead, rather than the vaccine mandate.

      She says that the requirement is the “single most effective way of targeting” what OSHA is seeking to combat, including serious illness, transmission etc.

      “Vaccination provides protection on all of those fronts,” she says.

      Protection? From what?

    617. DW says:

      Sotomayor claims vaccine requirement is not a mandate, says it is ‘something totally different’

      yeah, it all depends on what the meaning of ‘is’ is.

    618. Gordon Allen says:

      Jason you’re being argumentative again. No one cares about unilateral definitions of RINO on this site.
      We should care about them in Congress,and Governors offices ” where it counts”.
      We can be sure in most cases who those are by their actions

    619. jason says:

      No one cares about unilateral definitions of RINO on this site.”

      Since I never call anybody RINOS, you obviously are confused.

      Talk to the 100% litmus test morons here that are RINO hunters.

      As far as being “argumentative”, yeah, I like calling idiots out.


    620. jason says:

      I hope SCOTUS denies something totally different.

    621. jason says:

      Maybe Neville Allen can help Tina turn off the lights when the last true conservative becomes a RINO.

      It might take two, one to turn the lights off and one to check they are really off.

    622. jason says:

      We can be sure in most cases who those are by their actions”

      Of course.

      The rule is that true conservatives are only one vote or one comment or one nanosecond away from becoming RINOs.

      Ted Cruz, a fire breathing principled conservative for decades and right wing hero for single handedly shutting down the government, who in the last year has been lauded for mercilessly skewering Biden, Fauci, Kamala and all of Biden’s left wing nominees in the Senate, became an INSTA-RINO for calling people that attacked police officers terrorists, as defined by people who regularly call BLM and Antifa thugs who attack police officers terrorists.

    623. DW says:

      Reading the questions SCOTUS judges put to the attorneys is always tricky business, but if I had to guess its looking like a 5-4 decision against the Biden Admin using OSHA to force employees to get the shots.

    624. Tina says:

      Red Ruze is a lawyah and a politician. He knows what he said. He is an idiot.

      The same word other people here called him in 2018, when they wanted the Skateboarder to win.

    625. Tina says:

      We will see.

      I worry about Beotchy, Bushie, and Souter.

      They like “big gubment”conservatism and mandates.

    626. Tina says:

      And for once, like to see one of the four commies vote with the conservatives on the court.

    627. jason says:

      Why not just run cars on LNG if possible?”

      Many countries have cars that only run on LNG, there are millions of LNG powered cars in Latin America. Refueling can be done at easily accessible pumps at regular gas stations and is much more convenient than recharging electrically.

      Also, conventional cars can be adapted to run on LNG, so that is another advantage, all it takes is a “kit”, so that they can run on both gas and LNG.

    628. Tina says:

      We don’t have to worry about Alito, Thomas, or Gorsuch.

      But look at Sotohatewhiteymor. This would get you banned if
      Twitter was “honest.”

      Shannon Bream
      · 1h
      J. Sotomayor says over 100K children in serious condition, “many on ventilators” #SCOTUS

    629. Tina says:

      Election Wizard
      Justice Alito suggests OSHA is trying to “Squeeze an elephant into a mousehole” by trying to use a general law passed many years ago as the legal basis for the mandate.
      Quote Tweet

      Election Wizard
      · 1h
      Justice Thomas: Is a vax the only way to treat Covid?…

    630. jason says:

      And for once, like to see one of the four commies vote with the conservatives on the court.”

      Damm, Roberts has become a Communist?

      Who knew?

      I guess it is the next step after RINO.

      Sorry, “Red Ruze”, but you are soon going to be Marxist-Leninist-Maoist. Tough, I know, but the RINO hunters have a zero tolerance policy for voting, speaking or thinking your conscience.

    631. Tina says:

      What an idiot. A case is not a death.

      Quote Tweet

      Ross Kaminsky
      · 2h
      Justice Sotomayor just lied when claiming that COVID deaths are now at an all-time high. #SCOTUS

    632. Tina says:

      Meant three commies, the ones appointed by the drats.

      Thank you for the correction

    633. DW says:


      Here would be my guesses:

      Thomas – 100% Against mandate
      Alito – 100% Against mandate
      Gorsuch – 100% Against mandate
      Kav – 90% chance against mandate
      Barrett – 60% chance against mandate
      Roberts – checking to see if his blackmailers are on the phone.
      Breyer – 90% chance for mandate
      Kagan – 100% for mandate
      Soto – 100% for mandate

    634. Tina says:

      Everybody knows this already. However, some were invited in and others apparently were entrapped by the Fib or other Federal agencies. With that said, we have unequal treatment with justice here:

      # of BlMers charged with assaulting and injuring 50 secret service agents when they tried storming the White House?

      Number of protesters charged with damaging the capitol in 2017 during Trumps ignaguration?

      # of hairy women that. Piglosi let into the capitol to disrupt the Kavanaugh hearing?

      Joseph A. Wulfsohn
      · 19h
      CBS News buries poll result showing strong bipartisan agreement Jan. 6 was ‘a protest that went too far’

    635. Tina says:

      Dw, it should be 9-0

      Phil Kerpen
      Gorsuch gets it: “Congress has had a year to act on the question of vaccine mandates… Now the federal government is going agency-to-agency as a workaround to its inability to get Congress to act.”

    636. Tina says:

      Bad jobs number


      Huge miss by the experts.

    637. DW says:

      so the SCOTUS have finished hearing oral arguments…does anyone know when they will issue the ruling?

    638. DW says:

      Major 6.6 earthquake has just struck in central China, waiting on damage and casualty counts to see if Trump and Youngkin are to blame.

    639. Tina says:

      There are two hearings

      OSHA Vax mandate

      CMS mandate

      They are still doing the cms mandate hearing.

      Decision will have to come asap.

    640. mnw says:

      648 Tina

      But, but, but!…

      “Biden confident Fed can control inflation”

      So, it’s all good. I feel much better now. /s

    641. Bitterlaw says:

      Entrapped means people did something they knew was wrong but want to blame somebody else when they get caught.

    642. Tina says:

      Fed will have to start jacking interest rates up aggressively.

    643. Tina says:




      -Red Ruze

    644. Tina says:

      · 27m
      U.S. gasoline prices are rising once again after a short reprieve

    645. DW says:

      The nearest villages to the earthquake epicenter in China are very small and at least 10 miles away.

      It appear Trump and Youngkin are off the hook.

    646. Tina says:

      Seems like Piglosi and MA Governor blamed trump for the death of a Capitol Hill policemen in April of 2021.

      The cop tragically killed by a member of the Black Panthers.

    647. mnw says:

      653 BL

      Uhh… no.

    648. Tina says:

      Speaking of entrapment, one should look at the MI Governor Whitler kidnapping case, which is likely to get tossed due to corrupt Fib,

    649. Bitterlaw says:

      655 Ted Cruz said none of those things.

    650. jason says:

      Bitter it is ok to attack Sotomayor for making up stuff at the hearing while making up stuff that Ted Cruz never said.

    651. Bitterlaw says:

      I said during the BLM and Antifa riots that people who broke the law should be prosecuted. I said on 1/6/2020 that people broke the law should be prosecuted. I never equated BLM and Antifa to the 1/6/2020 protesters.

      Tina either thinks that none of the protesters went too far on 1/6/2020 OR the ones who broke the law should not be prosecuted. She should just say it.

    652. mnw says:

      I never saw any def assert an entrapment defense in either state or federal court.

      I’d be curious to know what the standard is for a def to get discovery (Were undercover police present? If so, what did they do & say?) for a prospective entrapment defense.

      I never explored the deep weeds on the J6 defs. Didn’t they all plead guilty?

      More than other defenses, entrapment is unusually fact-driven. I’m trying to envision “entrapment” & “trespassing/property damage,” without much success.

      There’s also a thing about whether entrapment is judged by an objective or subjective test, & I have no idea which would apply to the J6 defs. Apparently their own attys didn’t think that avenue was very promising.

    653. jason says:

      However, some were invited in and others apparently were entrapped by the Fib or other Federal agencies.”

      Huh, no.

      At some door the cops did not try to prevent people from coming in, but “entrapped” sounds like BS. Everyone who invaded the Capitol was there voluntarily and knew they were trespassing. They were not terrorists and they were not insurrectionists but they were not “entrapped”.

    654. Tina says:


      What are you even talking about?

    655. Tina says:

      I only said yes, if they assaulted a police officer.

      Not charged with parading.

      However, the violent BlMers that injured 50 Secret Service agents, who tried to,storm the WH in May of 2020 went uncharged.

      As did the hairy women during the Kavanaugh hearing.

      As did the rioters during trumps inauguration.

      So, we evidently have 2 tiers of justifel

    656. Tina says:

      If you are ok with the two tiers of justice, that is really sad, but expected of Bl.

      One standard for BlMers and another standard for Maga grandparents,

    657. Bitterlaw says:

      Sorry. Should have been 1/6/2021. But you knew that.

    658. Tina says:

      Ruze got caught. He knew what he said and was called on it.

      He is done for 2024.

      If he got 10 percent in 2016, he will get 2 percent in 2024.

      He should maybe look at how DeSantis responded in Florida to the J6 hoax.

      I will find a link,

    659. Tina says:

      Xi Biden’s disapproval hits an all time high in the Rcp.

      This, despite the J6 hoax and the New Year.

      He is getting into Mute 43 league.

      2 guardians of the deep state.

    660. Bitterlaw says:

      I said the lawbreakers in all of the groups I listed should have been prosecuted. That is a single tier of justice. But Tina reminds me of the train in Thomas the Tank Engine who always complains and tries to create disputes where there are none. Put Upon Percy.

    661. Bitterlaw says:

      People who believe in Deep State probably believe QAnon.


    662. Tina says:

      Too late for that Bl.

      The charges against those 3 groups were dismissed.

    663. Tina says:

      I am sure you and Ruze are happy with the J6 Gitmo and keeping. Prisoners in jail for a year now.

      Law and order.

      War on domestic terrorists.

    664. Tina says:

      Will the Twitter ban Soto and Breyer for Covid disinfo?

    665. Wes says:

      Tina says:
      January 7, 2022 at 12:40 pm
      Red Ruze is a lawyah and a politician. He knows what he said. He is an idiot.

      The same word other people here called him in 2018, when they wanted the Skateboarder to win.

      Who specifically on here wanted Cruz to win, Tina? I recall statements by several posters on here, I included, saying because Cruz in public comes across as a smug, unlikable jackass, Beto would make the election closer than it should have been. I recall no statement from a right-leaning poster saying Beto should win?

      Who said he or she wanted Beto to win? Give us the names.

    666. Bitterlaw says:

      Find a post where I said I supported keeping the J6 protesters who broke the law in prison while awaiting trial for a year. I’ll wait. Hint – you won’t find any.

      So, be honest. Did any protestor deserve to be charged with anything on 1/6/2021?

    667. Tina says:

      And 700 million us Covid cases (Breyer)

      Phil Kerpen
      · 3h
      This is just absolutely astonishing. “100,000 children in serious condition,” per Sotomayor. Where do these people obtain their misinformation? The current national pediatric COVID census per HHS is 3,342. Many/most incidental.

    668. Tina says:

      Bl, I answered that on multiple occasions, including today,

    669. Wes says:

      This is the answer I expect Tina to give me:

      I’m not going to do research for you.

      It’s her rote response when I ask her to source one of her made-up statements.

    670. Country Dick Montana says:

      BL-I believe that there is a “Deep State” in an unaccountable bureaucracy and their elected enablers in the Federal Government. I also believe that there are several layers of Justice at the federal level abetted by a politicized federal LEO and surveillance apparatus.

      Q-anon? I would wager you know more about it than I would without looking it up. If you want to call me a conspiracy theorist then have at it.

    671. Tina says:

      I would think assaulting secret service agents would warrant charges.

      But with the DC courts, they probably would skate anyway, if placed on trial.

      Not the same for Maga grandpa.

    672. Tina says:

      You may want to check the statements of the paper plane crasher and the Clinton Groupie, Wes.

      One allegedly had gop vanity plates.

    673. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina – Found it. So only a protester who injured a police officer at the Capitol should be prosecuted. Nobody else for anything. Got it.

    674. Tina says:

      Dw, the osha mandate will need to be decided asap.

      He extended it to February.

      However, if the court agrees with it, shots need to be administered like in days to be fully vaccinated.

    675. Wes says:

      I don’t recall seeing Robbie or Corey say he wanted Beto to win, Tina. Please kindly provide an actual quote from at least one making a statement to that effect.

    676. Tina says:

      Bl,,sorry, forgot those that vandalized property,

      This includes the BlMers that broke the capitol windows.

      With that said, I would never have been anywhere near the capitol on that day.

    677. Bitterlaw says:

      CDM – You are a conspiracy theorist. I think the idea of an organized nefarious cabal of Deep State actors is BS.

      Enjoy your weekend.

    678. Tina says:

      You can research it yourself. I don’t know how to check previous posts, nor have the time to do so.

    679. Tina says:

      I do seem to recall one or more mentioning it.

      I also never called Ruze a Rino, as alleged.

      I actually like Ruze. But his statement was awful.

      Never play the lefts game.

    680. mnw says:

      The entire congressional GOP delegation, except for MTG, has been chickenbleep about the J6 defs, as far as I know– not just Cruz.

      I think there was one other, in addition to MTG, who tried to visit the J6 defs & inspect their conditions of confinement.

    681. Tina says:

      Prior to this, I had him on the list of Republican candidates, I wa s open too for 2024, as I have not decided on who I will support.

      Now, he is taken off the list and I won’t support him financially for senate re election either (if he goes that route).

    682. Tina says:

      Republicans Only Back The Blue ‘When Some Racist Cop Beats Up An African American’ – Top Democrat Jamie Raskin At January 6 Vigil Hosted By Antifa Group

    683. Tina says:

      And how many “Republicans” voted to confirm them?

      Techno Fog
      It’s hard to convey the disrespect showed by Justices Sotomayor and Breyer today.

      100 million Americans are affected by the Biden COVID mandates.

      And these Justices showed up unprepared, inventing COVID numbers to support whatever legal conclusion they’ve already reached.

    684. Country Dick Montana says:

      I don’t think I used the term organized nefarious cabal. Those are your words.

      Keep believing in the institutions. They are more important to you than the ideas under which the Country was founded. You need them as they provide stability in your life. You would have been a Tory in 1776 as the Crown was the institution of the day.

    685. mnw says:

      I think the Venn diagram for “most hateful liberal” & “largest media platform” includes Joy Reid, who has a nightly prime time show on MSNBC– which I’ve never seen, of course. But her stupid & offensive comments are always widely reported elsewhere the next day.

      Some interesting reports today, from apparently credible media watchers, that Reid’s going to get axed by MSNBC/Comcast for being “unmanageable,” and “not truthful” about some of her prior statements to her employer, i.e., that homophobic tweets attributed to Reid were the result of hacker attacks, & not authentic Reid tweets.

    686. DW says:

      “100,000 children in serious condition,” per Sotomayor

      Maybe she meant worldwide, plus several exoplanet populations.

    687. mnw says:


      I hope Sotomayor eats LOTS more butter, cheese, ice cream & fried chicken.

    688. Wes says:

      In 681, I said this:

      Wes says:
      January 7, 2022 at 2:25 pm
      This is the answer I expect Tina to give me:

      I’m not going to do research for you.

      It’s her rote response when I ask her to source one of her made-up statements.

      In 690, Tina said this:

      Tina says:
      January 7, 2022 at 2:32 pm
      You can research it yourself. I don’t know how to check previous posts, nor have the time to do so.

      You’re just too goddamn predictable when you’re making things up, Tina.

    689. Tina says:

      Wes, I sincerely don’t know how, so you can do it.

    690. NYCmike says:

      Oh lord – Wes has something new which he will yap uncontrollably about for the next decade.

    691. NYCmike says:

      “I don’t think I used the term organized nefarious cabal. Those are your words.”

      -No way an A-Hole would do such a thing! I’m as **shocked** about this as Whoopi Goldberg is about getting Covid despite being triple-vaxed, and ugly to boot.

    692. NYCmike says:

      Easy, mnw, easy!

      How did you like that Frozen game against the Wild?

    693. Tina says:

      At minimum, she and Breyer should be better prepared or briefed. I wonder if the sc will correct the record.

      Breyer has an excuse, as he is probably senile.

      Soto is just dumb.

    694. Bitterlaw says:

      Keep believing in the institutions.

      I believe that a truly secret organization would not be talked about openly. Bill Clinton could spray an intern without people knowing. Deep State is pulling strings and nobody admitted it yet?

      You would have been a Tory in 1776 as the Crown was the institution of the day.

      Zzzzzzzzz. If we’re playing the history game, you would have supported the Confederacy and slavery in 1861 because nothing good comes from Federal power in your mind.

    695. Bitterlaw says:

      Bill Clinton could not spray an intern without people knowing.

    696. NYCmike says:


      If all of the people Epstein had in his rolodex were conservative Republicans who believed in a smaller federal government, would their names have been sealed off from public view?

    697. Tina says:

      At minimum. The Rs should ask why Ray
      Epps and Look out Tower guy are not in Federal custody.

    698. Wes says:

      This surprises me:

      Ron Johnson will seek reelection. I’d expected Johnson to honor his term-limits pledge and retire this year. I guess he feels the WIGOP hasn’t a strong enough bench to ensure a victory upon his retirement. Dems will probably try to use his reneging on his pledge against him, but rarely has breaking self-imposed term limits actually hurt a pol of either party.

    699. jason says:

      Good, I don’t see anybody even remotely as competitive as Johnson.

    700. Wes says:

      NYCmike says:
      January 7, 2022 at 3:05 pm
      Oh lord – Wes has something new which he will yap uncontrollably about for the next decade.

      Speaking of that, Mikey, which grifting Deadenders are you supporting this year to try to help Schumer remain Senate Majority Leader?

    701. DW says:

      Wes that is great news. Johnson for Wisconsin indeed!

      He ran in 2016 when the polls had given him up for dead because Hillary was going to have major coattails an Johnson had to run against former senator Feingold.

      The wind this time should be at Johnson’s back. Probably wins 52/47 or better.

    702. Tina says:

      Wes and Jason, I like Ron Johnson.

    703. jason says:

      I believe in the Deep State. And the Tooth Fairy.

      Actually, the Tooth Fairy is probably more credible, I think I got some money out of her.

    704. jason says:

      Wes and Jason, I like Ron Johnson.”

      Warning to Ron Johnson, you are one comment, one vote or one nanosecond from being a RINO, so don’t rest on your laurels.

    705. Wes says:

      That’s what I’m thinking, DW. Dems have no candidates of the same caliber as Bill Proxmire or Herb Kohl to challenge him, so with Biden’s popularity having fallen precipitously over the past year, I think Johnson wins by about the same margin he unseated Feingold by.

    706. jason says:

      which grifting Deadenders are you supporting this year to try to help Schumer remain Senate Majority Leader?”

      We know he would like to support an idiot like Mo Brooks, but Mo Brooks can win, so that IS a problem….

    707. Country Dick Montana says:

      BL – There is no sense arguing or even debating with you. Like I said if the the institutions provide comfort to you and allow you to never question them, that’s fine.

      I did notice that you pulled the old slavery(racism) card as per the usual virtue signally suburban progressive. Sorry, you lose.

    708. Wes says:

      He’s probably conflicted in OH in trying to determine if Mandel or Vance is worse. Since that’s basically a coin flip, he’s going to have to do research and determine who’s slightly more unelectable and therefore deserves his endorsement.

    709. jason says:

      If all of the people Epstein had in his rolodex were conservative Republicans who believed in a smaller federal government, would their names have been sealed off from public view?”

      This is evidence of a Deep State?

      Zzzzzzzzz…I will ROFL after I wake up.

      This is evidence elections have consequences.

      Maybe if you stop helping elect Democrats there will be fewer left wing judicial appointments.

    710. mnw says:

      704 NYC

      RE: Winter Classic (so-called):

      It distressed me once again that the Bluz gave up a couple of late goals, thus making a blowout way too interesting.

      Their GAA is mediocre, which indicates their defense is doubtful. They need a big defensive defenseman, instead of having all offensive defensemen. I can see every game that Petro & Bouwmeester don’t live in STL any more. There is talk of a trade.

      Tarasenko is back in the gd COVID protocol again, btw.

      Have you given up following the Isles this season?

    711. NYCmike says:

      “He’s probably conflicted”

      -Let’s see:

      NOT from the state, so can’t vote.

      Trust the voters in the primary, and then will support that nominee in the general election.

      If they have a different system of electing their rep for the general election that is legal, then once again, will support the one chosen.

      Do you have a different approach?

    712. jason says:

      “Since that’s basically a coin flip, he’s going to have to do research and determine who’s slightly more unelectable and therefore deserves his endorsement.”

      It’s a lot of pressure, he knows if he picks the wrong one and the Republican wins, he won’t be able to live with himself.

    713. jason says:

      Trust the voters in the primary”

      Translation: I will always support the candidate with the least chance of winning the GE in the primary, but then I will support this loser candidate in the GE and pretend I really am not helping Chuck Schumer.


    714. NYCmike says:

      “Have you given up following the Isles this season?”

      -Honestly, between work and being under the weather the last 2 weeks, along with the amount of games suspended, I’m biding my time for March. I’ll check back in then and see if they have recovered enough to make a run for the playoffs.

      The only sports I am interested in right now are is hoping Aaron Rodgers gets to and wins the Super Bowl, just as an F You to all of the vaccine tyrants, and glad to see Kyrie Irving be allowed to play because all of the vaccinated players on his team were getting sick.

    715. NYCmike says:

      You know when an A-Hole is translating – glad it snowed up this way, already had my boots on!

    716. Wes says:

      I understand your mental processes begin and end with your desire to see Schumer hold the Senate Majority Leader position, Mikey, but despite your otherwise minimal cognitive faculties, even you know residency in a state isn’t a requirement for supporting a candidate.

      You proved this over the past decade when you support your menagerie of Deadenders

      et al

      to try to help Democrats win or hold the Senate.

    717. DW says:

      It snowed again in Virginia last night, and Youngkin didn’t do anything to stop it.

      Supposed to be freezing rain on Sunday in central Virginia, and we can again expect Youngkin to just sit by and do nothing. Does he even care about his approval rating at this point?

    718. jason says:

      Like I said if the the institutions provide comfort to you”

      I don’t really get this.

      We are not supposed to have institutions?

      The institutions seem to have worked well for us for centuries. I don’t think there is anything wrong with the institutions, the problem is having people in positions of power willing to corrupt them for partisan purposes.

      The remedy for that is not to throw away the institutions, it is to change the educational system and the dynamics that allows such people to dominate them. Of course, that is much more difficult than shallow and simplistic knee jerk “solutions” such as “dismantle the FBI”

    719. Wes says:

      All jokes aside, DW, I do hope Youngkin has his people aggressively pointing out Ralph Northam (D-Blackface) is still Governor and as such is responsible for the response to the natural disasters till next Saturday.

    720. jason says:

      Wes, don’t you know that if you don’t support deadenders and the throwing away winnable senate seats you must not believe in the primary system?


      That will teach them RINOS that only vote 98% for conservative causes.

      100% OR BUST!

    721. jason says:

      Northam said he is too traumatized by Youngkin’s win to effectively do anything right now, he is sure everyone understands his deep personal agony.

    722. Wes says:

      I’m aware, Jason. I don’t agree with the convoluted logic promoted by Mikey and his ilk, but I at least know what the argument is regardless of how moronic it is.

    723. jason says:

      wes, how could you forget Akin?

      You know, the guy mnw said nobody knew was a moron until he actually announced he was a moron?

    724. mnw says:

      I would like to see Scott Walker run again for either guv or senator in WI. He was my first choice for POTUS in ’16, & I still think he would’ve been a good nominee.

      That said, I AM a deplorable who cheerfully supported Orange with bankchecks & votes– twice.

    725. jason says:

      So mnw is a wealthy former prosecutor and can be a deplorable, but Bitter claims I cannot be a deplorable.

      There must be some kind of double standard.

    726. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      WI Sen: Ron Jonson(R-WI) running for reelection:

      He will do well although he is reneging on his two term pledge.

    727. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      There was a time several years back when it appeared that natural gas vehicles would catch on. It was at a time when natural gas prices were much lower, and there was a financial benefit to using natural gas. Then natural gas prices increased to the point there was no benefit, and there are a limited amount of CNG stations. I know where most of them are located in the western states; if one is down, it can present a problem in rural areas.

      My next alternate fuel vehicle will be one that runs on hydrogen. But the refill infrastructure is not yet in place — although it is rapidly growing in California.

    728. jason says:

      Too bad Scott Walker lost re-election by such a narrow margin.

      Only 29k votes out of about 2.7 million cast, and where the Libertarian got 20k and the Indy got 19k.

    729. NYCmike says:

      “I don’t agree with the convoluted logic promoted by Mikey and his ilk..”

      -“convoluted logic” = support the Republican candidate who wins the primary in the general election.

      Got it.

    730. jason says:

      It snowed again in Virginia last night, and Youngkin didn’t do anything to stop it.”

      Maybe he could say he voted for Hillary in 2016, so everyone would know he at least tried to stop the oceans from rising, the fires from burning, the floods from flooding, the winds from howling, the snows from dumping, the volcanoes from erupting, etc.

    731. Tina says:

      This sounds like a train wreck hearing by the commies on the court:

      Michael P Senger
      •It’s “beyond settled” that vaccines and masks are best way to stop the spread (Kagan)
      •COVID vaccines stop transmission (Kagan)
      •Federal government can mandate vaccines using its police power (Sotomayor)
      •Hospitals are nearing capacity (Sotomayor) 2/
      Show this thread
      The Reckoning Collision symbol Retweeted

      Michael P Senger
      A partial list of COVID misinformation repeated by the US Supreme Court so far today:

      •100,000 children in critical care and on ventilators (Sotomayor)
      •Vaccine mandate would prevent 100% of US cases (Breyer)
      •COVID deaths are at an all-time high (Sotomayor) 1/

    732. Tina says:

      Kayan sounds like Xi Biden

      Get the vaccine and youget Covid or die from it.

      Where is Twitter support?


    733. Tina says:

      And more:

      Michael P Senger
      •Omicron is deadlier than Delta (Sotomayor)
      •Hospitals are full of unvaccinated people (Breyer) 3/

    734. Bitterlaw says:

      CDM – I have never voted for a Democrat nominee in any election since I turned 18. Only voted straight Republican ticket. Ran for office three times as a conservative Republican – once in Philadelphia and twice in Radnor. If that is your definition of a progressive, I can’t help you.

      You can and should question all institutions. There is no Deep State. Both can be true.

    735. jason says:

      -“convoluted logic” = support the Republican candidate who wins the primary in the general election.”


      Convoluted logic: support a deadender candidate in the primary that is sure to lose the GE to a liberal Dem. Then support the deadender in the GE and after the deadender loses claim WE SENT A MESSAGE.

      Hope it is clear now.

    736. Tina says:

      This is the funniest (stupid) video of some j6 “terrorists.”

    737. jason says:

      Bitter got called a progressive?

      What time is it, 5PM?

      Dammit, I hate giving out points outside normal business hours.

    738. DW says:

      4.7 earthquake hit Taiwan just now. No damage or casualties yet while waiting to see if Trump is to blame.

    739. Bitterlaw says:

      Ted Cruz is a RINO. I am a progressive. Before you know it, Jason will be a Mayan.

    740. NYCmike says:

      -Ahhh, the Big City life was fun while it lasted!

      No desire whatsoever to get on another train when these animals are not held to account for their actions.

    741. NYCmike says:

      You 2 will always be A-Holes, so you got that going for you.

    742. Country Dick Montana says:

      I don’t know Jason. When a guy pulls the racism card to end an argument that sounds pretty progressive to me. Bitter claims to have run for office as a Republican. Trump ran for office as a Republican. Trump supported democrats, therefore by Bitters logic he supports democrats.

      I am out for the weekend.

    743. NYCmike says:

      Oh WOW, Bitterlaw did use a type of racism/slavery argument against CDM…….how ridiculous that is!

      Bitterlaw, that’s pathetic.

    744. jason says:

      He didn’t pull out any “racism card”, he made an analogy following your logic to counter your claim that he would have been a Tory in 1776.

    745. jason says:

      Ted Cruz is a RINO. I am a progressive. Before you know it, Jason will be a Mayan.”

      And once a Mayan, I will be a nanosecond away from being an Aztec.

    746. jason says:

      You 2 will always be A-Holes”

      We hope so, but as we have seen with MD, nothing is forever.

    747. NYCmike says:

      MD is an a-hole. NO DOUBT

    748. mnw says:


      I tried to respond to that post earlier, & got ‘moderated’ for some unfathomable reason known only to the HHR algorithms.

      I’m not rich by the standards of anyone who IS rich. For example, I intuit from some of Gordon’s posts that he’s trying to avoid the fed inheritance tax– which is of no concern whatsoever to me!

      As for being a deplorable, all it takes to qualify is voting for, &/or contributing to, Trump, right? Pretty low hurdle. So I made the cut.

    749. DW says:

      Sotomayor: More people have died of Covid than all the people who have ever lived or died in human history.

      (hey, if you are just openly making it all up, might as well go all the way)

    750. NYCmike says:

      Liberal media response to DW’s made up fact: “It’s possible! Panic!”

    751. Tina says:

      So, Piglosi got the war monger and the daughter of the war monger together yesterday! Two republicans with the lowest approval rating ever recorded for their respective positions.

      Misery loves company, I guess.

    752. NYCmike says:

      Ted Cruz needs to realize he will never be President. It is a shame, actually, as I believe he is devious and calculating enough to be an effective proponent for smaller, less intrusive government, and would make for a good President.

    753. Bitterlaw says:

      So Ted Cruz is now a red? Damn. He went from conservative to RINO to communist in stunning speed.

    754. Gordon Allen says:

      MNW: Not really worried about the inheritance tax.
      The advance distributions are because my heirs need assistance earlier, rather than later when they’ve established themselves. More bang for the buck.
      Waiting for me to “move on” when they won’t need it then seems foolish. Each to his own.
      Shows how easy it is to make assumptions.
      For instance, graduating from Columbia, being an Attorney, living in Connecticut and then Massachusetts(Cape Cod), statistically would scream lefty Democrat from the North.
      But instead I fit perfectly here in very conservative SW Florida. Leaping to conclusions is a mistake.

    755. Tina says:

      Yup, Ruze lost the nomination with his stupidity.

      He is a liar.

    756. Bitterlaw says:

      I never saw Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? before. My daughter wanted to see it because Sidney Poitier died and is the same as my dad. I can see how it must have been very daring/shocking in 1967. Great movie.

      Of course, it seemed like 200 years ago to my daughter. My wife and I were born in 1968 so we could not relate to the racial issues that existed when the movie came out. But we could relate to the idea of parents having to accept differences. My mother was not happy I was marrying a Jewish woman. She also thought my wife could do better than me. I am sure she was right. My wife’s sisters also married Christians. When we got married, he said “Why am I the only Jewish man with 3 daughters and no Jewish sons-in-law?” I replied, “Why am I the only man with a Jewish father-in-law who doesn’t own a beach house?” We we’re close after that.

    757. mnw says:


      Just a semi-humorous guess– not really a conclusion.

    758. jason says:

      As for being a deplorable, all it takes to qualify is voting for, &/or contributing to, Trump, right? Pretty low hurdle. So I made the cut.”

      So I am a deplorable too.

      Bitter can GFH.

    759. jason says:

      Yup, Ruze lost the nomination with his stupidity.”

      BS, Cruz was never going to be the nominee.

    760. Bitterlaw says:

      772 By that standard, I am twice as much of a deplorable as Jason due to my votes in 2016 AND 2020.

    761. jason says:

      I guess if Ted Cruz is a RINO, Bitter can be a deplorable.

    762. Gordon Allen says:

      oarding money for delivery on death was foolish: especially if people live into their 80’s.
      By then their children will be in their 50’s or even 60’s,nearing retirement themselves. Seems silly to me

    763. Gordon Allen says:

      Only half showed up of post.No problem. I just have long felt it silly for people dying in their 80’s leaving estates to people in their 50s and 60s. More valuable earlier was my point.

    764. jason says:

      I don’t know who I am leaving the llamas too.

      My kids are not exactly excited by the possibility.

    765. Phil says:

      Agree Cruz was never going to be the nominee. He should just stay in the Senate where he can do the most good.

    766. Wobbles says:

      Let me be the first to post this about Trump having a low favorable rating.

      “I honestly never thought I’d see the day when Joe Biden would have a lower net favorable rating than Donald Trump.

      — Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP)

    767. jason says:

      Where is the Biden Troll to tell us how Biden is the best President ever except for what Hillary Clinton would have been.

    768. Tina says:

      The Biden troll sure dropped her Thighness quickly, in favor of Xi Biden,

      I am sure the Biden troll will become the Clinton Groupie again.

    769. Tina says:

      John – Naturally Immune – Cardillo
      Florida Dems are such a failed mess that in a state of 22 million people the only two candidates they could come up with for Governor are stoner Nikki Fried and self-tanner Charlie Crist.

    770. jason says:

      I wonder what “true conservative” will become a RINO today.

      Nobody is safe except Trump.

    771. jason says:

      The Biden troll sure dropped her Thighness quickly, in favor of Xi Biden”

      Sad…..compromising middle of the road non-partisan bi-partisan post-partisan moderate consensus builder Hillary gets unceremoniously dropped like that.

    772. mnw says:

      777 Gordon

      Sounds right to me. My kids are a lot younger than yours.

    773. mnw says:

      On 1/6, CNN devoted ITS ENTIRE BROADCAST DAY to Insurrection Remembrance coverage, & it got killed in the ratings, by both #1 FOX & #2 MSNBC.

    774. jason says:

      And of course the few that did watch were true believers to begin with.

      Preaching to the choir.

    775. Tina says:

      Nobody cares about the J6 hoax, other than Piglosi, the moon at Cheneys, etc.

      Nobody wants to be gaslighted by a Fib op gone bad.

    776. Cash Cow TM says:

      An English lesson for today showing oddities:

      I got a CHARGE of the woman who CHARGED into the store mounted on her CHARGER to CHARGE the electric CHARGER on her CHARRED credit card.
      She was arrested and CHARGED.

      Cow also got a CHARGE out of the incredibly stupid things the SCOTUS member said erroneously about the Covid virus (someone posted yesterday).

      Are such incorrect statements grounds for removal from the SCOTUS?
      Walt made me help shovel the snow yesterday.
      It was like shoveling sugar.

    777. Tina says:


      More complications with the dim Whitlmer kidnapping case. Another Fib hoax.

    778. Tina says:

      For the most part, they are useless group, Let’s see if Red
      Ruze redeems himself,

      Julie Kelly ??
      · 36m
      On Tuesday, top officials from DOJ and FBI will testify before Senate Judiciary committee on the “terror attack” of January 6.

      My free advice to ?@SenJudiciaryGOP? on how to redeem themselves for 5 years of failed leadership and empty promises:

    779. Tina says:

      At that hearing, we can count on Cruz who wants to redeemption, Lee, Hawley, and Cotton to confront the fib on Tuesday.

      The rest are useless

    780. Bitterlaw says:

      It is amazing that Tina now thinks Cruz is a communist.

    781. Tina says:

      It’s amazing that you think that.

    782. Bitterlaw says:

      Why else call him Red? The term Red for communism is more than a century old.

    783. Tina says:

      And what does Ruze mean?

    784. Bitterlaw says:

      I assume you misspelled ruse for one of your nicknames. Explain Red to describe Cruz.

    785. Bitterlaw says:


    786. Tina says:

      Explain your support for Ruse and his stupid statement and how Tucker called him out.

    787. Tina says:

      Baldwin is looking for the truth regarding thr shooting of his cinematographer, like Oj Simpson.

      Does he have a lawyah? Why even make these statements, while seated in a $100,000 + car?

    788. Bitterlaw says:

      I did not support what Ted Cruz said. In fact, I said that I disagree with what he said. Are you ok?

      Tucker is a douche. Even when I agree with him, he is a douche.

    789. Bitterlaw says:

      So. Since I answered your questions, why is Ted Cruz a communist (Red)? If you don’t think he is a communist, why call him Red?

    790. Tina says:

      That is your opinion that Tucker is a Douche.

      You presumed I called Ted Cruz a Rino, and then a Commie. You immediately jumped to that conclusion when I first mentioned his statement being stupid.

      Cruz was slammed because it’s a pattern for him. He believes and has believed since 1/21 that they are all terrorists, including the “peaceful protesters.”

    791. Bitterlaw says:

      I will try one more time to penetrate your limoncello and pain meds haze. Why call Ted Cruz “Red?”

      Tucker is a douche. I often agree with him. Both can be true.

    792. Tina says:

      Yeah, both can always be true in your world.

    793. Bitterlaw says:

      So you will never explain “Red.” Got it. I’m sure you will still use it.

    794. DW says:

      There is severe weather going on right now somewhere in the world. Wherever it is happening, its the fault of Trump and Youngkin.

    795. Cash Cow TM says:

      At the gas station/convenience store where Walt buys his cigars, there is a sign that they sell bitcoin there.

      Should Cow or Walt buy some bitcoin?

      I talked to a horse about it and they thought I said bit CORN.

      They said they did not like the bit in their mouth but they did like corn.

    796. Cash Cow TM says:

      “There is severe weather going on right now somewhere in the world. Wherever it is happening, its the fault of Trump and Youngkin.”


      Prior to 2016, they blamed it on glowbull warming,
      and often Cow farts.

    797. Tina says:

      Limoncello and pain meds haze.

      Lol, pain meds?

    798. jason says:

      Ted Cruz, former true conservative, is now a RINO commie traitor.

      Maybe I was wrong in calling Trump safe.

    799. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      “Sen. Joe Manchin has yanked his proposal for a $1.8 trillion compromise on President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better plan off the table, according to reports — potentially the final nail in the coffin of the Democratic Party’s signature social-spending agenda.

      The West Virginia Democrat’s about-face was reported Saturday by the Washington Post, citing three unnamed sources with knowledge of the matter.”

    800. SanDiegoCitizen says:


      Biden: ‘How Dare You!’

      “How likely is it that cheating affected the outcome of the 2020 presidential election?”

      Majority, LIKELY – Oct – 56% … Dec – 59%

      DEM: Now 41% – Was 32% Left pointing backhand index
      IND: Now 58% – Was 54%
      GOP: Now 79% – Was 84%
      All Voters: 59% – Was 56%

    801. Bitterlaw says:

      Sheeple – There are 14 announced candidates in the GOP. It may increase name recognition but I don’t think it puts him in the top 7. I am interested in former Rep. Lou Barletta and Trump’s AG in Philadelphia – Bill McSwain.

    802. Tina says:

      There is no eBah Denze (paging Attorney Ben Crump) of voter Fraud in the 2020 Erection.

      -HHR Blog Patrol

    803. Tina says:

      J6 unselect committeerequests Mike Pencc to testify.

    804. jason says:

      Mastriano is not going to win the nomination.

    805. jason says:

      That Manchin article also mentions he has “been talking” to Romney and Larry Kudlow, hopefully more with Kudlow than with Romney.

    806. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      818. Huh??

    807. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      A message from Jill Biden:

      “Jill is asking everyone to stop calling Joe, Brandon. He thinks that`s his name now.”

    808. jason says:

      eBah Denze”

      You called a translator?


    809. jason says:

      Another epic search is in the making:

      Alec Baldwin says the only way to honor Halyna Hutchins is to find out “the truth”. Baldwin said HE is “demanding” the sheriff investigate to find out “what really happened.”

      We must add this to other epic searches like OJ’s search for the real killer of Nicole Simpson and Amoral Scumbag’s search for the real killer of Jeb’s candidacy.

      As far as I know, Baldwin took a loaded gun, pointed it at the camerawoman and fired. Let’s see what “really happened”.

    810. jason says:

      Alternative scenarios:

      1) It wasn’t Baldwin. It was his double. Baldwin was actually in his trailer watching a Biden speech.
      2) The bullet didn’t come from Baldwin’s gun. It was fired by a real cowboy outside shooting at a coyote.
      3) It was all a publicity stunt for the movie.

    811. Gordon Allen says:

      Trouble for Putin in Kazakhstan, requiring some troops.
      Might be a break in Ukraine crises.
      We’ll see

    812. jason says:

      Putin shouldn’t be in Kazakhstan either.

    813. jason says:

      Hopefully, too late now.

      “Ben Ritz, a budget expert at the DC-based Progressive Policy Institute, told The Post that “a $1.8 trillion package along the lines of what Manchin offered last month would be one of the most transformative, progressive pieces of legislation in modern history.”

      He added: “The White House should absolutely take it if they can.”

    814. jason says:

      Fortunately, the Dems have their own “all or nothing” deadenders on their side too.

    815. Gordon Allen says:

      Unfortunately, the government of Kazakhstan has asked for Russian help in putting down a revolt
      I don’t think the government of Ukraine has asked for Russian help.

    816. Wes says:

      Did anyone see a one-armed man walking away from the spot where Alec Baldwin supposedly didn’t shoot that poor woman?

    817. Tina says:

      Jack Posobiec Tangerine
      BREAKING: Kazakhstan has arrested their former head of intelligence for treason

      For reference, here is a photo of him with Joe and Hunter Biden

    818. Tina says:

      The gop-e are so asleep and will let the drats get away with this.
      · 1h
      NEW – Director Walensky says CDC will provide data on “how many of the 836,000 deaths in the U.S. linked to Covid are from Covid or how many are with Covid,” and adds “Omicron has just been with us for a few weeks.”

    819. Tina says:

      Seems like the drats are unhinged again. Trying to hide that their 3 Commie sc justices provided Covid untruths.

      They are targeting Gorsuch for comparing flu to covid.

      Gorsuch only masked about mandating flu vax.

    820. jason says:

      Burstyn said he believes the Buccaneers are using Brown’s history (11 games missed due to suspension over the past two seasons, an arrest for assaulting a moving truck driver and two public allegations of sexual assault) against him.”

      Horrors….how cruel of them.

    821. jason says:

      Unfortunately, the government of Kazakhstan has asked for Russian help in putting down a revolt”

      You mean a revolt against energy prices and against an authoritarian government just like Putin’s?

      The government of Kazakhstan is corrupt and illegitimate and any Russian intervention is designed to prop up a Putin puppet. They are inviting the Russians in to gun down their own people.

      Of course Neville Allen also approves of a Russian invasion of Kazakhstan, another step in Putin’s grand plan to recreate the Soviet Union.

      No, problem, “peace in our time”.

    822. Gordon Allen says:

      That may be true,but after 30 years if Kazakhstan has a friendly to Putin, corrupt government, that’s on them.
      Would you also suggest sending troops there to?
      Like Afghanistan?
      Just because a lot of the world sucks,,its not a vital interest of ours.
      Our government currently sucks: whose going to liberate us? How about…us?
      Complaining about the world sucking helps not a bit; let’s unstuck ourselves first,

    823. jason says:

      Complaining about the world sucking helps not a bit; let’s unstuck ourselves first”

      Have you ever heard the old adage that if you can’t say something intelligent you should keep your mouth shut?

      Your refusal to admit that the US has any geopolitical interests and your sophomoric and shallow knee jerk reactions that isolationism, surrender and “peace in our time” is the only way the US should consider global issues reveals how stupid you are.

      The fact you think we should just let Putin recreate the Soviet Union because “the world sucks” shows you have zero understanding of geopolitical situations. You should really educate yourself more and maybe come back in about 2 years after you have gained at least a rudimentary understanding.

    824. jason says:

      Our government currently sucks: whose going to liberate us? How about…us?”


      Contrary to what Neville Allen thinks, the world does not stop and wait for the US to have “better government”.

      Much to the opposite, our enemies will take advantage of bad government.

    825. jason says:

      Would you also suggest sending troops there to?
      Like Afghanistan?”

      I was certainly in favor of invading Afghanistan after 9/11. Weren’t you?

      Or should we just have established a committee to study how best to deal with the next 9/11?

    826. jason says:

      ,its not a vital interest of ours.”

      You can condense all of Neville Allen’s views into that one statement.

      And nothing could be more wrong.

    827. jason says:

      I think it is good news that Thune and Johnson are running for re-election.

      It probably means they think the GOP will be in the Senate majority after 2022.

    828. mnw says:

      I think Gordon is right & makes a lot of sense.

      I don’t want the U.S. intervening militarily ANYWHERE without the support of the American people.

      Does anyone think that Americans would have any patience for a war in Kazakhstan or Ukraine?

      Plus, you REALLY want to see how these idiots in power now do at managing a WAR? The Biden’s puppet masters & Gen. Milley?

    829. jason says:

      I think Gordon is right & makes a lot of sense.”

      All isolationists think alike, no surprise there.

    830. jason says:

      Non-sequitur of the month….

      “Biden after touring wildfire damage in Colorado that destroyed more than 1,000 homes: “We’re gonna have windmills, you’re gonna see that have 100-yard wingspans, each, each propeller on that on that windmill, 100 yards long. So there’s so much that’s going to be able to be done.”

    831. jason says:

      I believe that showing weakness, surrender and isolationism will get you into a war a lot quicker than showing strong resolve and deterrence.

    832. jason says:

      Does anyone think that Americans would have any patience for a war in Kazakhstan or Ukraine?”

      Putin says thank you, got the message.

      I can re-create the Soviet Union now while you stand-by and watch.

      Later you will have to spend trillions to deal with the consequences, but that is “later”.