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    Trump Endorsed Candidates Trail General Election Races in NC and PA

    Two US Senate seats currently held by retiring Republicans could be flipping to the Democrats in November if polls from Suffolk University and Survey USA are to be believed. First in North Carolina, a new poll from Survey USA has Democrat Cheri Beasley holding a 4% edge over Republican Ted Budd.

    US SENATE – NORTH CAROLINA (Survey USA)
    Cheri Beasley (D) 44%
    Ted Budd (R) 40%

    This poll was done June 8-12 among 1100 voters. Donald Trump had endorsed Budd in the North Carolina primary. Meanwhilein Pennsylvania, a new poll from Suffolk University has Democrat John Fetterman holding a 9% lead over Mehmet Oz.

    US SENATE – PENNSYLVANIA (Suffolk)
    John Fetterman (D) 46%
    Mehmet Oz (R) 37%

    GOVERNOR – PENNSYLVANIA (Suffolk)
    Josh Shapiro (D) 44%
    Doug Mastriano (R) 40%

    This poll was done June 10-13 among 500 likely voters. Similarly to NC, both Oz and Mastriano were endorsed by Trump in the Republican primaries.

    Posted by Dave at 12:44 pm
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    1,186 Responses to “Trump Endorsed Candidates Trail General Election Races in NC and PA”

    1. Tina says:

      Lol

      Lol

      Lol

    2. Gordon Allen says:

      We’ll have to endure another Tsunami of garbage Democrat rescue polls until November.
      They’re basically as corrupt as the MSM

    3. Cash Cow TM says:

      We interrupt polls and political discourse to bring you this news item.

      #############################################
      Walt’s girlfriend (Lucky the Cat) passed away peacefully last night about 9:30.

      Walt buried her this morning in the back yard.

      Walt wrote up an obituary to send to the paper of what SHOULD have happened (but actually did not happen). To wit:

      ****************************************
      “Lucky the Cat passed over to the other side last night, ending her 20-year run of life here. Two decades ago, the cute little ball of fluff was rescued from the middle of the busy road in front of Walt’s house by Walt’s son. (Hence the name ‘Lucky.’)

      The funeral was attended by hundreds of people filling the back yard today. Some mourners traveled from as far as TX and MI. Lucky’s casket (shoe box) was placed in a garden wagon gorgeously decorated with all sorts of beautiful flowers from Mrs. Walt’s gardens. Other floral arrangements were provided by the birds, voles and mice. The garden wagon was pulled by Cash Cow while the high school band played a funeral dirge.

      The garden wagon was pulled past throngs of mourners lining the way from the patio to near the upper flower bed where Lucky the Cat was lovingly interred following a heartfelt and touching tribute by Walt.

      Lucky now cavorts and romps in Pet Heaven with Walt former pets who have passed before including Pepper the dog (pure bred border collie), Tipper (1/2 beagle & 1/2 border collie), Max (Black lab), Gray (the cat) and Pepper the cat (long haired daughter of Gray who had a total of 18 toes). Lucky the Cat leaves behind an almost identically colored 8-year-old rescue male cat named ‘Manny T. Cat’ (who is no blood relation) with whom she alternated between tolerating and not tolerating.
      Lucky remained Walt’s loyal girlfriend to the end and would often be right beside him if he was pulling weeds out in the yard, putting apuzzle together, or sitting on the couch–sharing chips, pie, cookies or whatever with Lucky (who always wanted some of whatever Walt was having).

      Lucky was best known for enjoying meal time, chattering at birds, and for her fascination with water and how she would stick her paws in the water and splash around and make an unbelievable mess, and how she would go into the walk-in shower and lick the water off the floor in there.”
      ________________________________________________
      Walt said that is what SHOULD have happened…

      Maybe it did in Walt’s mind.

      She was a good ol’ cat.
      R.I.P., Lucky.

    4. Wes says:

      Oz just came out of a fairly brutal primary and couldn’t claim the nomination officially till McCormick finally and wisely dropped his legal attempts to overturn the primary result.

      That clearly had an effect on the race. I’m not going to be pollyannish and dismiss this poll or try to spin it as good news for Oz. What I will do is say we have 4+ months till Election Day. Republicans have time to coalesce around Oz and make up any ground lost because of the nature of the primary and aftermath.

      They need to start immediately though. Four months may be a long time, but time can slip away quickly if the PAGOP and NRSC don’t engage to get things rolling as quickly as possible.

    5. Wes says:

      Sorry to hear about your cat, Walt.

    6. Tina says:

      Fed just raised rates by ..75%, the largest increase since 1994.

    7. Tina says:

      Luntz tenant has looked sharper in recent interviews, including today on Cn and N. I am hopeful for him.

      Not hopeful for Biden’s Beotch, however.

    8. Tina says:

      Breaking. Dr. Fauci tests positive for Covid.

    9. Robbie says:

      CNN Breaking News
      @cnnbrk
      Dr. Anthony Fauci has tested positive for Covid-19 and has mild symptoms. He is fully vaccinated and received two booster shots

      – LOL!

    10. Gordon Allen says:

      4. But Fetterman is a walking heart attack waiting to happen,which people know, seeking a 6 year job.
      I’ve rarely,if ever,especially in today’s times,seen Republicans in ” contested races,not poll worse in June than in November

    11. Gordon Allen says:

      I don’t believe in coincidences or accidents.
      The polling is set up this way.
      What’s your read on the NC poll?

    12. EML says:

      Citing the “stickiness” of Hispanic voters moving to the GOP, Sabato moves TX-34 from Likely D to Lean D and TX-15 from Lean R to Likely R (but keeps TX-28 as tossup).

      https://centerforpolitics.org/crystalball/articles/notes-on-the-state-of-the-primaries-june-15-2022/

    13. Wes says:

      I’m not saying Fetterman’s health isn’t a concern for him that could be the tipping point against him even if Oz continues to post tepid numbers, Gordon.

      Certainly that can be the case, but Republicans shouldn’t take such an outcome for granted and definitely should start closing ranks immediately. Politicians don’t get time they miss back; ergo, the PAGOP needs to to get on the ball now.

      What NC poll are you talking about by the way?

    14. Gordon Allen says:

      Isn’t the Beasely v Budd a NC Senate Poll that Wissing posted?

    15. Wes says:

      Oh, damn. I just noticed the NC poll headlining this thread.

      I hadn’t even looked at it before.

      It’s clearly an outlier with no real basis in reality.

      Beasley has a hard floor of ~43%. Budd has a slightly higher floor of ~45% but much more upside potential. I’ve maintained all along Budd wins by 55/56-43. Beasley is the exact opposite kind of Dem pol who would be able to overcome the partisan lean of the state and win a Senate seat.

    16. Wes says:

      Roy Cooper could have made the race closer, but Cooper declined the race for a number of reasons. He still wouldn’t have won because the NCGOP takes Senate races very seriously, and Cooper’s wins as Governor, despite being counter to the presidential results, haven’t exactly made him a prohibitive favorite for a federal race–especially in a Dem midterm.

      Beasley has never had a realistic shot. I’m guessing SUSA didn’t push voters and went with this obvious outlier more for clicks than for any genuine sense Beasley has caught Budd.

    17. Wes says:

      I do guess Beasley will use this poll for fundraising–though in this increasingly hyper expensive state, the chances that any Republican or Democrat nominated for Senate won’t be well funded are nil anyway.

      Regardless, to actually catch Budd, Beasley would need three things:

      1) a favorable political environment like what Kay Hagan had in 2008

      2) a distaste for Budd among NC voters

      3) a way to separate herself from national Dems

      She has neither of the first two and is running the same kind of campaign Deborah Ross ran six years ago. This is North Carolina, not New York, so the old saying about stupidity applies.

    18. Tgca says:

      230 last thwed

      I am not a vegan!

      Again, EML shows his ignorance of Latinos by suggesting their culture is only determined by his view of where they live.

      So do AA know nothing about AA culture because they graduated college and live in a middle class neighborhood?

      I guess once you leave your neighborhood your childhood engrained culture no longer exists.

      The more EML makes stereotypical comments, the more ignorance and bigotry he shows…and this is the Liz Cheney Republican who thinks he has the answers to do outreach to minority community?

      I live in south FL where we have a very large Latino population. Miami-Dade is 70% Latino. My acquaintances here are Latino as are my doctors and many neighbors in my new complex I live in. I.l have to tell these people that their Latino culture no longer matters if they once they move out of the Latin ghettos because that’s what EML thinks make up the Latino community.

    19. Tgca says:

      I guess Italian Americans have no idea what Italian culture is like unless they live in Staten Island.

      I guess you’re really not an Asian unless you live in Fort Lee NJ or Honolulu.

      …and clearly you know nothing about being gay unless you live in San Francisco.

      This is the way our Liz Cheney Republican EML sees the world.

    20. Wes says:

      Bets on how long Tgca and EML will be feuding?

    21. Bitterlaw says:

      Walt – I am sorry to hear of the loss of Lucky. I am sure that you both had great times together. You should take a nap in her honor.

    22. EML says:

      Bets on how long Tgca and EML will be feuding?
      ============================
      Forever. I’m never going to let it go that he claimed to have more authority than me in the subject of electoral demographics because some of his relatives speak in heavy accents.

    23. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes – I don’t see the Tgca-EML feud going past 11:00
      PM tonight. Even with Jason’s help.

    24. Wes says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      June 15, 2022 at 4:26 pm
      Asians live in Fort Lee? When did that happen? I thought people in Fort Lee only live in the apartments near the George Washington Bridge.

      I mean Jews live in Teaneck and Fairlawn but Asians in Fort Lee. What else happened since I left in 1994? (Yes, Wes, I know Menendez was elected Senator. I had nothing to do with it.)

      So, Bitterlaw, how about that Senator Menendez? He may be corrupt, threaten federal prosecutors on camera, and rape underage sex slaves in the Dominican, but at least he hasn’t a Southern accent, am I right?

    25. Wes says:

      Well, there you go, Bitter. EML claims this will be the HHR version of the Ridley Scott film The Duellists (1976).

      Great movie by the way.

    26. Wes says:

      Let me get this straight:

      Elon Musk is so dedicated to white supremacy he voted for a LATINA for Congress.

      https://www.foxnews.com/media/elon-musks-first-gop-vote-triggers-dem-congressman-musk-supports-white-supremacy

      Makes sense to me.

      :: Facepalm::

    27. Tina says:

      The Fed has no margin for error.

      They are in a bind, as is Biden.

      Raising rates, while the economy falls.

      Very interesting

    28. EML says:

      Elon Musk votes for the first Mexican-born Congresswoman (I thought woke Leftists loved celebrating these milestones – guess not when a Republican is involved) and Jamaal Bowman calls him a white supremacist. And Democrats wonder why Hispanics are leaving the Party in droves.

    29. Tgca says:

      230

      I did not know I moved to West Palm Beach.

      EML tells me that’s where I now live even though that’s like 50 miles away from me.

    30. Tgca says:

      Wow! We’re really learning so much about ourselves as Latinos from EML.

      I guess my birth certificate needs to be updated to reflect a white non-Hispanic name now according to EML…because I know nothing about the Latino culture.

    31. Tgca says:

      I give credit to EML for Latino outreach though. He is like:

      ”yeah, you don’t look like a Juan or a Jose to me so are you really Latino? Great if you are because Liz Cheney and me want you people to join the GOP because we can better serve you then the Dems. It’s a great party! Come to our Latino outreach meeting next Wednesday, we’ll have tacos and pasteles. Will have some Sangria and Malta too. Hope to see you there. Si Se Puede!”

    32. Tgca says:

      I’m not sure if Bitter is being facetious or not but Fort Lee always had a large Asian population, at least when I lived and visited the Sewer State. I just checked and current rate is like 43% of the population but clearly that is less than Honolulu with its over 60% if you include Pacific Islander in the mix too.

    33. Bitterlaw says:

      Senator Menendez is evil. He does not have a Southern accent. Both can be true.

      Wes – Is slavery evil yet? You would never commit to that idea before.

    34. Tgca says:

      29

      Are Latinos leaving the Dem party in droves or just voting against current Dem admin?

      Is that like the Cubans that left the GOP for the Dems in “droves” during the Obama years because they thought Obama was cool?

      Time will tell.

    35. Tgca says:

      So my good friend Bitter HATES southern accents and our Liz Cheney Republican EML HATES Latino accents.

      Interesting how the truths seep out after many years.

    36. Tina says:

      Now it’s the evil refineries not doing their patriotic duty.

      Before it was pooty poots fault.

    37. Gordon Allen says:

      On Q new poll by Quinnipiac puts O ‘ Rourke gaining ground rapidly against Abbott.
      I think I mentioned this earlier.
      The Tsunami of D polls has started in State polling.
      So predictable this far out.

    38. Cash Cow TM says:

      If Peter Pan had a daughter name Ima and she married the son of actor Jonathan Cake She would be Ima Pan Cake.

      If country singer David Alan Coe had a daughter name Ima and she married the son of Mr. Ed the TV talking horse she would be
      Ima Coe Ed

    39. mnw says:

      DeSantis on Musk: “I welcome support from African-Americans.”

      Took me 30 seconds to get the joke!

      On the topic of the new, favorable-to-DEMs Senate polls:

      I’m extremely unimpressed with Rick Scott, who passes out the money to Senate Republicans. So far, most of the money seems to be going to promote… Rick Scott.

      Also, Scott looks like what you’d expect to see if you pried open a coffin.

    40. Tom says:

      Cash Cow obviously still bereaved by the loss of Lucky the cat.

    41. Tgca says:

      Miss Universe Insists ‘Not All People Who Menstruate Are Women’

      Makes sense to me.

      https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2022/06/15/miss-universe-insists-not-all-people-who-menstruate-are-women/

    42. mnw says:

      Cow

      Everyone mourns for the loss of a beloved pet and companion, and many pet owners are a little embarrassed by that. They shouldn’t be. Pets are family.

    43. jason says:

      Wow! We’re really learning so much about ourselves as Latinos from EML.”

      Truly amazing.

      EML is the Latino Whisperer.

      The good thing is I no longer need to question myself on anything. I can just ask EML.

      Plus, we learned that Latinos are a prescient and monolithic Republican voting group that didn’t start actually voting for Rs because of the evil Donald Trump. For the last 40 years they knew he would become President one day and didn’t want to be part of that, but now that he is gone they can finally answer to their true political calling.

      And they will continue to vote R despite the EMLs of the world who think they are garbage because they are committed Rs that will be loyal to the party no matter what the elite Rs think.

      The flock has come home to stay. Hallelujah!

    44. jason says:

      Because of EML the Latino Whisperer I am actually thinking of registering to vote in 2040.

    45. jason says:

      Tgca, I think EML’s deep understanding of the Hispanic psyche could have been the fact he watched a lot of Speedy Gonzalez when he was a kid and he really knows what Hispanics are like.

      https://looneytunes.fandom.com/es/wiki/Speedy_Gonz%C3%A1les?file=Classic_Speedy.jpg

    46. Tgca says:

      Jadon

      Will you be going to the EML and Liz Cheney outreach social where they GOP wants to get to know Latinos?

      They’re going to have tacos and pasteles I heard. Sangria and Malta too.

      I hope they have veggie tacos. I haven’t had a Malta in years so I look forward to that.

    47. Tgca says:

      Just in case anyone wants to reach me at my new address in West Palm Beach, I’ll ask EML to post it later as I’m not exactly sure where that is but since he stated I live there I’m not gonna question the Latino Whisperer. I hope it’s a good neighborhood but not likely since all us Latinos live in ghettos I heard.

    48. jason says:

      Will you be going to the EML and Liz Cheney outreach social where they GOP wants to get to know Latinos?”

      I won’t be able to make it, but I hear they are going to bond once they discover that both their gardeners are Latinos.

      “We have so much in common” gushes Liz. EML will then ask Liz “did your Latino teach you how to make tamales? Mine did. He is very talented for a Hispanic”. Then Liz will say “I am thinking of getting a Hispanic pool cleaner next”. “Ooooh, EML will exclaim, I am hoping my wife will get me one of those for Xmas”

    49. jason says:

      Walt, truly sorry about Lucky the Cat. As mnw said, pets are members of the family. I have forgotten a lot of st-ff in my life, but I can name every guinea pig, dog, cat and llama I ever had and tell stories on what made them special.

    50. Robbie says:

      Kyle Whitmire
      @WarOnDumb
      Mo Brooks: “It’s quite clear that Donald Trump has no loyalty to anyone or anything but himself.”

      – You can forgive Mo. He’s a slow learner. Many of us knew this about Trump seven years ago.

    51. Cash Cow TM says:

      If Carrie Underwood married someone from Oklahoma she would be a Carrie Okie.

    52. Cash Cow TM says:

      So if Carrie Underwood married someone from Oklahoma she would be a Carrie Okie?

    53. Tina says:

      Michigan Attorney General Calls for ‘A Drag Queen For Every School,’ Says They ‘Make Everything Better’

    54. Tgca says:

      No matter what you think of Al Gore, I will always be grateful to him for inventing the internet.

      I learn so much chit there.

      Not only have I learned more about my Latin culture and the way I should think and vote from our resident Liz Cheney Republican, EML, but today I learned a new gay term.

      HOMOFLEXIBLE!

      Various sources define it as someone who is generally homosexual but occasionally dabbles with the opposite sex.

      In my simple mind it means guys that usually like deep throating and taking it through the back door but also CLAIM they SOMETIMES like a bit of muff too.

      The world is indeed complex.

    55. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag will even stick his head up Mo Brook’s ass if it somehow is anti-Trump.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    56. jason says:

      NV primary GOP senate votes 174 Dem 116k

    57. Cash Cow TM says:

      Is the first name of the woman who owns Innovera hospital named Marge?

    58. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t hate Southern accents. I find them coupled with fake friendliness to be grating. Both can be true.

      Bless your hearts.

    59. Bitterlaw says:

      There is an ugly rumor that Jason ate many of his pets but I would not share that here.

      I wonder if Tgca still considers Romney a racist.

    60. EML says:

      Dow futures down 500 points. Going to drop below 30,000 today I reckon.

    61. jason says:

      Up 300, don’t ask me why. Maybe dead cat bounce. No offense to Lucky.

    62. jason says:

      There is an ugly rumor that Jason ate many of his pets but I would not share that here.”

      Not true. Our neighbors ate our pets when the died. We ate theirs.’

      GFY.

    63. Bitterlaw says:

      The fact so many pets died during festivals near fires was pure coincidence.

    64. Gordon Allen says:

      Up 300?? What day was that? Right now future’s are down nearly 500.

    65. jason says:

      Up 300?? What day was that? ?

      Oh, you guys follow the Dow? I follow llama milk on the Altiplano commodities market.

    66. Robbie says:

      CNBC
      @CNBC
      GOP Georgia Senate nominee Herschel Walker admits 2 more secret children — now says he has 4 kids

      – This is what happens when you let Donnie pick the candidate. Walker is a target rich environment for opposition research and Democrats are going to drop stuff like this on him for the next four and a half months.

    67. Cash Cow TM says:

      Another newspaper article today about the push to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. Half way through the article the writers morph into the issue being an Rep vs. Dem issue and how the Rs are apparently racists for opposing Juneteenth as a state/federal holiday and for other reasons why the Rs are racists.

      COW’S THOUGHTFUL PROGNOSIS
      based on current and recent past method of operation of the Communist Democrat Party.

      BETWEEN NOW AND NOVEMBER LOOK FOR MORE AND MORE OF THESE ARTICLES. MSM WILL DO ALL THEY CAN TO PROVIDE VOTES FOR THE COMMUNIST DEMS AND TRY TO KEEP D CONTROL OF AT LEAST ONE BRANCH OF CONGRESS.

      ALSO, BETWEEN NOW AND NOVEMBER, LOOK FOR AN UPTICK OF ARTICLES PAINTING THE REPUBLICANS AS ANTI WOMEN, ANTI-HISPANIC, ANTI-LBGTQ-EIEIO.

      AND WATCH THE DEMS, SOROS AND HIS $$$ ETC., BEHIND THE SCENES, PUSH TO GET RIGHT WING THIRD PARTY CANDIDATES ON THE BALLOT IN VARIOUS RACES FOR HOUSE AND SENATE TO SIPHON OFF TOTAL VOTES FROM THE R CANDIDATES…

      AND LOOK FOR ‘THIRD PARTY GROUPS’ CLOSE TO THE NOV. ELETION TO SEND OUT MAILERS, ETC. TO VOTERS TRYING TO DQ THE R CANDIDATES BASED ON INNUENDO AND NON-TRUTHS.

      ###########################################

      I am TOTLLY CONVINCED the National Ds will do ANYTHING–LEGAL, ILLEGAL, MORAL, IMMORAL–to try to keep control of federal government/or at least BLOCK and prevent federal government from actually enacting laws solving various national problems.

    68. Cash Cow TM says:

      BTW,

      Did anyone here comment on, like, hate, etc. Cow’s idea to lessen the likelihood of assassinating SCOTUS members to have beforehand selected a SCOTUS in waiting replacement SCOTUS judge of nearly identical philosophy to the one(s) who get assassinated who would automatically fill the ASSASSINATED SCOTUS member(s)?

      If a sitting SCOTUS should die of natural causes or choose to retire or be impeached and removed from office, then the current system of replacing the SOTUS slot remains as is currently done.

      The COW idea would only be for those SCOTUS members who are ASSASSINATED (or maybe those who died during a botched ‘robbery’ or who were killed “accidentally” by some left-wing wack-job car driver who drove through the SCOTUS member’ living room at 100 miles an hour, etc.

      I thought this was a good idea…for a COW to come up with.
      ********************************************
      This could be called the C.O.W. idea.

      C.ontinuation O.f W.isdom

      And then they could push for a federal holiday to commemorate Cow’s contribution …

    69. Tina says:

      Breaking

      Housing starts plunge by 14.4%

      Lowest level since April of 2020.

    70. Gordon Allen says:

      Retail sales,new housing starts,and building permits sharply down.
      The Recession is already here:shh,don’t tell the Fed,so it can be kept a secret.

    71. Tina says:

      ov/Economist poll: 56 percent believe U.S. is in recession

      U.S. is in Recession:
      56% – Overall
      70% – Republicans
      56% – Independents
      45% – Democrats
      53% – Black voters
      47% – Hispanic voters

      06/11-06/14 / 1,500 Adults

    72. Tina says:

      Biden at 38% approval. Morning consult poll.

      Look for the Russian hoaxer to come here and distract.

    73. Tina says:

      Yikes don’t look now, but jobless claims (4 weeks) are at their highest level since 1/2022.

    74. jason says:

      Note every time there is somwthing profoundly negative about Biden or the economy AMoral Scumbag rushes here to attack Republican candidates.

      Almost comical until ypu realize it is the result of a very sick mind.

    75. jason says:

      Look for russian hoaxer…”

      Bingo…

      He is already here talking sbout how many children Walker has.

    76. jason says:

      “and Democrats are going to drop stuff like this on him for the next four and a half months.”

      Of course they will.

      And of course you will be rushing here to regurgitate whatever it is no matter how low or how despicable.

    77. EML says:

      To be fair to sad widdle wobbie, A) Democrats are absolutely terrible at running anything, so anytime they are in power, there will be daily bad news and B) Wobbie only ever posts when he wants to attack Republicans.

      Ergo, every time wobbie posts right now, he will satisfy your criteria.

    78. Tina says:

      Every time it’s bad news for Biden, the Russian hoaxer is here mentioning trump, walker, oe some other r.

    79. jason says:

      The Dems and Amoral Scumbag are “very concerned” about “secret children”

      “Nearly eight months after Vice President Joe Biden‘s son Hunter Biden was first sued in Arkansas, a judge there has found that he fathered a child with a local woman who said he was not recognizing or financially supporting their baby.

      The order confirming paternity was issued last Tuesday. It refuted Hunter’s denial last year — including saying he and the woman, Lunden Roberts, had not even had sex.”

    80. jason says:

      “This is what happens when you let Donnie pick the candidate”

      Actually Walker was picked overwhelmingly by the R voters in GA.

      Amoral Scumbag probably wanted the candidate picked in a smoke filled room, BROKERED CONVENTION.

      What a freaking liar moron.

      Herschel Walker 68.7 413,361

      Gary Black 14.5 87,222

      Latham Saddler 7.6 45,428

      Josh Clark 3.8 22,833

      Kelvin King 3.2 18,965

      Jonathan McColumn 2.3 13,714

    81. Gordon Allen says:

      I think it would be fair to point out though Walker should have told Trump,and the primary voters about these children,if he didn’t.
      And it doesn’t speak well of him if he didn’t.

    82. Bitterlaw says:

      Walker would been better off if he disclosed it. As long as he financially supports them, it is a Zzzzzzzzz.

      Unless his extra children are the cause of inflation and gas prices, I doubt voters care.

    83. mnw says:

      Lots of angst at RRH about Oz & Walker, & lots of DEM gloating, too.

    84. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #84- BL
      I agree wholeheartedly. Of course, conservative GA voters will cheer him if he has fully supported all his children and never asked the women to undergo abortions.
      Robbie cannot comprehend this.

    85. mnw says:

      And we thought Hunter was a mess! Check out his daughter Ashley. I didn’t even know Biden HAD a daughter.

      They say the one thing politicians can’t hide are their kids.

    86. Tina says:

      Mnw, the fib is investigating the sale of Ashely’s diary, where she admits with showering with Joe. They previously raided project veritas.

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/06/florida-woman-fbi-investigation-selling-ashley-bidens-diary-joes-daughter-recalls-showers-w-dad/

    87. Wes says:

      My thoughts on Herschel Walker and his gaggle of kids:

      1) He should have disclosed them at the beginning of the campaign…

      BUT…

      2) Warnock is in court with an ex-wife accusing him of being a deadbeat.

      As long as Walker can show he hasn’t been a an abusive father or a deadbeat, Warnock–a man of the cloth with a far shadier history than Walker has in his personal life–really hasn’t much to work with.

      Given the current deadly serious trajectory of the national economy, I personally don’t think Walker’s personal life is going to matter much as Warnock can highlight absolutely nothing positive he’s done to improve the lot of the people of his state–or even keep them economically at the same level they were at when Warnock won his seat.

    88. Robbie says:

      Wes says:
      June 16, 2022 at 1:43 pm
      My thoughts on Herschel Walker and his gaggle of kids:

      1) He should have disclosed them at the beginning of the campaign…

      – Of course, he should’ve disclosed them at the beginning of the campaign. Given the political environment, they may not matter one iota on election day, though.

      However, purposeful omissions like this are a sign of candidate who is not ready for primetime. Did he really think this wouldn’t become known? What else are we going to learn about him before election day that won’t look good?

      Trump dumped a candidate of unknown quality on the party in a race it really needs to win. I guess Walker’s lucky he’s still got four and half months to go, but his performance, even in relatively controlled settings, has been weak.

    89. Wes says:

      You teed this one up, Robbie. Don’t complain because I’m taking a swing:

      By that logic, I guess Karl Rove dumped a candidate of unknown quality who wasn’t ready for primetime on the party in 2000 since GWB had done something far more heinous than father a bunch of kids out of wedlock.

    90. mnw says:

      88 Tina

      That’s incredibly creepy!

      I wonder if Biden would’ve still won if the “showered with dad (probably inappropriate)” information had been known?

      I’ve never heard about anyone but POTUS showering with his pubescent/(prepubescent?)* daughter. Where was Dr. Jill when all this was going on? Did SHE know about it?

      From a skeptic’s perspective, the fact that his daughter is a self-admitted drug addict & “sex addict” makes you wonder if she may have made the entire incident up.

      *obviously she wasn’t an infant

    91. Gordon Allen says:

      Without setting off a tizzy, I think a Father’s duty is more than just financially supporting them.
      But in today’s ethos I agree it’s not a backbreaker politically, although it shows a lack of political perspicacity if he thought he could hide this.
      As it showed about GWB thinking he could hide a DUI in a Presidential campaign, or spending 3 of the last 4 days of the 2000 campaign in California and New Jersey!!!

    92. Albertus Magnus says:

      All this angst over Walker and his children.

      There is not 1 in a hundred people who will base their vote in that senatorial election on this.

      People just want to make conservatives, especially Trump-endorsed candidates, seem like weak candidates.

      People are voting for people who will VOTE IN THE SENATE on PUBLIC policies that impact their own lives.

      Yeah, no one would want Walker to marry their daughter or sister. But a majority will prefer him over Warnock when it comes to voting on their taxes, laws, and freedoms.

    93. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      · 38m
      NEW: Auburn University Montgomery

      AL Senate GOP Primary Runoff
      Katie Britt 50%
      Mo Brooks 30%
      Undecided 20%

      Trump Favorability (AL): 84%

      06/08-06/15 / 400 LV
      https://aldailynews.com/aum-poll-shows-britt-leading-brooks-in-senate-runoff/

    94. Phil says:

      I do remember Bush spending three days down the stretch campaigning in California in 2000. His campaign was run by “the architect” Rove.

      Never could figure that one. It almost cost him the election.

    95. Wes says:

      Well, Phil, when a candidate is an Heir Force popinjay with a DUI on his record and a campaign manager with tapioca for brains, he’d better hope his opposition’s vote is split.

      Bush got lucky, and I hope if there is an actual Hell, Nader spends eternity in it for putting that moron in the White House.

    96. Tina says:

      Biden just admitted that people are down because of Covid and inflation,

      Heck of a campaign slogan

    97. Tina says:

      Loud mouth Rove was very bad in Georgia in 2020.

      Stupid strategy and early 2009 campaign ads.

    98. Tina says:

      Early 2000 campaigns ads*

    99. jason says:

      Trump dumped a candidate of unknown quality on the party in a race it really needs to win.”

      LOL, what BS.

      Amoral Scumbag would have supported the Dem no matter who the Rs nominated.

      And Walker was not chosen by Trump, he was chosen…drum rolllll…by

      Herschel Walker 68.7 413,361

      Gary Black 14.5 87,222

      Latham Saddler 7.6 45,428

      Josh Clark 3.8 22,833

      Kelvin King 3.2 18,965

      Jonathan McColumn 2.3 13,714

    100. jason says:

      Nader spends eternity in it for putting that moron in the White House.”

      Zzzzzz…. this has been debunked so many times it is not even worth rehashing.

      Plus we should Thank God every night until eternity Al Gore, a complete and utter nutcase, ever got close to the WH. Or John Kerry for that matter.

    101. jason says:

      since GWB had done something far more heinous than father a bunch of kids out of wedlock.

      LOL

    102. Tina says:

      This was the jebots candidate for President in 2018/2019.

      JUST IN: Incarcerated Creepy Porn Lawyer Michael Avenatti Pleads Guilty to Fraud, Tax Charges in California

    103. DW says:

      Biden is on track to solve the Mexican border issue with a completed wall. How?

      Once he finishes his agenda to turn the USA into a third-world country, Mexico will build the wall to keep us from escaping into Mexico.

    104. Wes says:

      jason says:
      June 16, 2022 at 4:27 pm
      Nader spends eternity in it for putting that moron in the White House.”

      Zzzzzz…. this has been debunked so many times it is not even worth rehashing.

      Plus we should Thank God every night until eternity Al Gore, a complete and utter nutcase, ever got close to the WH. Or John Kerry for that matter.

      Debunked where besides in the mind of a liar and idiot whose life goal is to have GWB ramrod his ass raw?

    105. Wes says:

      jason says:
      June 16, 2022 at 4:28 pm
      since GWB had done something far more heinous than father a bunch of kids out of wedlock.

      LOL

      There you have it, people. Jason thinks father kids out of wedlock is more heinous than DUI.

      You really can’t make a stupider statement than Jason did on this issue.

    106. Wes says:

      Fathering*.

      Damn autocorrect.

    107. Wes says:

      Jason has lies and his desire to have GWB give it to him in the ass. I have an actual study and analysis leading to the very conclusion I stated:

      https://www.researchgate.net/publication/241583809_Did_Ralph_Nader_Spoil_Al_Gore's_Presidential_Bid_A_Ballot-Level_Study_of_Green_and_Reform_Party_Voters_in_the_2000_Presidential_Election

    108. Wes says:

      Here are the key quotes from the study I linked to above:

      The other 60% did indeed spoil the 2000 presidential elec- tion for Gore but only because of highly idiosyncratic circumstances, namely, Florida’s extreme closeness. Our results are based on studying over 46 million vote choices cast on approximately three million ballots from across Florida in 2000.

    109. Tgca says:

      107

      Really?

      Debunked where besides in the mind of a liar and idiot whose life goal is to have GWB ramrod his ass raw?

    110. mnw says:

      The political problem with fathering kids out of wedlock is not that people will vote against Walker for that reason. The problem is that it contributes to the formation of a public persona that makes voters uneasy, taken in combination with other things he’s done & said.

      I posted this before & got “No! Let Herschel be Herschel!” for my trouble, but he desperately needs strong guidance, coaching, and lots of practice if he’s going to pull this off.

      If his campaign managers “Let Herschel be Herschel!” much longer, we’re probably staring at some Akin-style gaffe one of these days.

    111. Tgca says:

      ATTENTION!
      ATTENTION!

      We are at WESCON 3!

      I repeat.

      We are at WESCON 3!

    112. Wes says:

      Calm down, Tg. That wasn’t a reference to you. Jason has made his homoerotic feelings for GWB readily apparent for a decade.

    113. EML says:

      This poll was posted on RRH. It includes Biden job approval by state:

      https://civiqs.com/results/approve_president_biden?annotations=true&uncertainty=true&zoomIn=true

      Creepy Joe is underwater everywhere except VT (+8) and Hawaii (+2). But even if he is underwater in a state, that doesn’t mean he or Dems are in trouble there. IE, he is -16 in Delaware, but not a chance he loses there.

      So I sorted the states from lowest approval to highest. It’s remarkable that it is still pretty much sorted by the 2020 election results. Trump won every state below Florida (-27) and Biden won every state above Pennsylvania (-22). There is some mixing with 4 states in the middle where NC is at -23, along with VA and MI, but NV is even lower at -26.

      The thing that jumps out to me is that GA (-31) and AZ (-32) are below AK (-30), MT (-29), IA (-28), FL (-27), and NC (-23) [and barely ahead of TX (-34) and OH/LA/MS (-35)]. GA & AZ are two pretty decent R states, and whatever happened in 2020, whether shenanigans or legitimate, seems likely to be reversed in 2022.

      The battleground states are now
      FL -27
      NV -26
      VA -23
      NC -23
      MI -23
      PA -22
      WI -20
      NH -18
      NM -17
      MN -16
      And I think it might be interesting to see what goes down in CO -15, CT -15, and ME -14.

    114. Tgca says:

      115

      I know it was not about me.

      The point is everyone needs to be ALERT when things escalate so quickly.

      The point of the WESCON alert scale.

    115. Tgca says:

      … ramrod his ass raw

      It’s gay pride weekend here in South Floreedah so I’m sure there are many that might find Wes’ comment above more wishful thinking.

    116. Wes says:

      Well, Tg, it’s not my fault Jason’s a goddamn liar and Flavor Aid-drinking Bush worshipper who wants GWB to give it to him up the ass. That’s his problem.

      I’m just not going to shy away from calling him out on it.

    117. Tgca says:

      119

      Wes is not shying away from outing Jadon as a BOTTOM!

      Got it.

      Not what I expected of Jadon …but who am I to judge my good friend Jadon’s preference in these matters.

    118. Gordon Allen says:

      Florida is not a Battleground state.
      The Democrats are going to be annihilated at every level in November here.

    119. Wes says:

      You couldn’t tell by his repeated slobbering hagiography of that incompetent moron, Tg?

    120. EML says:

      The Democrats are going to be annihilated at every level in November here.
      ===========================
      Battleground in the sense that it is relatively close, compared to other states. But there’s not too much decimating left to do because everything else is pretty well sorted.

      Statewide, Republicans hold all offices except for the Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services (big pick up there).

      In the US House, it will be +4R, -3D thanks to the DeSantismander.

      In the FL Senate, there are really only 3 pickup opportunities: SD3 (Tallahassee – Biden +3), SD14 (NW Hillsborough – Biden +4), and SD36 (Miami Cuban district Trump won by 22 votes). But at least vulnerable Reps in SD10 (Seminole County) and SD18 (Pinellas) will be safe.

      The House will be pretty much the same. Limited opportunities, but all R incumbents are safe.

    121. EML says:

      Update on NV primary voting turnout

      2018 midterms
      R – 142K
      D – 143K

      2022 primaries
      R – 194K
      D – 138K

      Yesterday, it was 174K-116K, so the additional votes have been about 50/50.

    122. EML says:

      Nevada Democrats controlled redistricting, but may have drawn themselves a bit of a dummymander. It will be absolutely hilarious if Republicans win all 4 congressional seats.

      Control of the state senate is in play, although it’s a thread the needle type of situation. Dems hold the 21-seat Senate 12-9, and only half the seats are up. Republicans will need to hold their one vulnerable seat (Biden +6.5) plus pick up two Dem held seats, one of which Biden won by 4 points but the other he won by 11.

      Republicans would need a net pick up of 5 seats in the 42-seat Assembly just to tie.

    123. Tina says:

      Yikes

      Quote Tweet

      Breaking911
      @Breaking911
      · 6h
      Pres. Biden to CEO of Joann Inc.: “My sympathies to the family of your CFO, who dropped dead very unexpectedly.”

    124. mnw says:

      Cow

      A new Harvard study reports that “optimism” is correlated to longevity, across all racial groups. The women in the study who were evaluated as very high for “optimism” lived on average 4.5 years longer than those who were evaluated as “pessimists.”

      Tell Walt that if this study is accurate, it’s a miracle we’ve already made it as far as we have!

      “Sunny” and “optimistic” are words rarely used to describe me, according to my closest friends.

      One of them once told me, “Oh, [mnw], you NEVER have to worry about becoming a grumpy old man!”

    125. Wes says:

      Considering Walt became an old man during the Precambrian, he must have been the epitome of an optimistic person.

    126. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes voted for GWB twice. The second time was AFTER the Iraq War started. No matter what he posts, he owns those votes forever.

    127. NYCmike says:

      “– This is what happens when you let Donnie pick the candidate. Walker is a target rich environment for opposition research and Democrats are going to drop stuff like this on him for the next four and a half months.”

      -Why didn’t the other Republican candidates, along with the NRSC, the RNC, the GOP, etc etc etc get all this information out before?

      Didn’t the other candidates try to win the primary?

    128. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      I ignore those posts from Wes, along with crap about Menendez and the stupidity about supporting Schumer.

      He just likes to talk.

    129. NYCmike says:

      Got my book, will probably start it this weekend!

    130. Bitterlaw says:

      Walt is working hard to get my book out in WV. Despite what Wes says, there are readers there.

    131. Bitterlaw says:

      Thanks, NYC. It is now available on the Barnes & Noble site. I hope you enjoy it.

    132. NYCmike says:

      Also, need to ask about monkeypox – if you sleep with only one person, and that person is not infected with monkeypox, what do I care if monkeypox is spreading among people who are promiscuous?

      Stop dropping your drawers with a different person every night and you will probably be safe.

      Also, if you have to ask if the person who you are about to sleep with has any lesions on their body, something tells me you need to get to know that person a little better before going “all the way”.

      Jeez Louise, this isn’t rocket science.

    133. NYCmike says:

      “It is now available on the Barnes & Noble site. I hope you enjoy it.”

      -Very exciting! Good luck!

      Proud of you!

    134. Bitterlaw says:

      For some reason, the e-book has not sold any copies yet.

    135. Bitterlaw says:

      I blame Walt for not letting us know about monkey pox sooner. You would think somebody who grew up around one called organisms would have seen everything by now.

    136. Cash Cow TM says:

      WHERE MY DAMN MONKEY POX VACCINE STIMULUS CHECK?

    137. Wes says:

      Bitterlaw voted for GWB twice. Bitterlaw claims to have “zero tolerance” for DUI offenders.

      Clearly Bitterlaw is a liar or hypocrite–or both–since those are absolutely incompatible positions to take.

    138. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzz. GWB was not driving as President.

      As for being a hypocrite, there is none bigger than Wes. He condemns GWB for the war in Iraq but voted for GWB after war had been going on for more.

      Wes rightly condemns Sen. Menendez for raping underage girls but also refuses to condemn slavery as evil.

    139. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      As was the case in Orlando, the police at Robb Elementary School were more concerned with their own safety then saving those being killed:

      “While standing outside Robb Elementary School for 45 minutes as parents berated them for their inaction, the police not only failed to save children and teachers, they physically blocked parents from entering the school building to evacuate their own children. They lied about a teacher keeping a door open. They’ve threatened a mom of two children in Robb Elementary with retribution for speaking out in the weeks since the massacre. And now the police force is no longer cooperating in the investigation.”

    140. mnw says:

      I regard a DWI conviction as very small beer.

      An assignment for the newest misdemeanor attorney.

      I don’t care if it’s GWB or Paul Pelosi, it’s still chickenbleep.

      People are of course welcome to get all exercised about it if they want.

      Usually it’s some poor bastid lane weaving. Every once in awhile, they mow down a fence!

      Now, DWI-manslaughter is another matter. If you’re gonna have a few drinks & drive, you better be real careful & damn good at it. A man’s got to know his limitations.

      If a person gets a SECOND DWI, it means they’re an alky, so that’s a lot more serious too.

      Juries generally are hostile to DWI cases, because it’s one of the few crimes where many of the jurors are thinking, “I’ve done that myself.” So, prosecutors are pretty careful about charging it, & usually try to get the def into a “diversion program.”

      Btw, EVERY County Sheriff KNOWS that if they start calling you “the DWI King,” you ain’t gonna be reelected.

      So, start throwing bricks at me for telling you the TRUTH about the way law enforcement & juries feel about DWI cases.

    141. NYCmike says:

      “So, start throwing bricks at me for telling you the TRUTH about the way law enforcement & juries feel about DWI cases.”

      -I’d hate to see what they throw if you had lied!!

      Tough crowd!

    142. NYCmike says:

      Let’s go Avalanche! (dislike rooting for a team in a blue state……yeah yeah yeah, I know I root for NY teams…..sue me!)

    143. mnw says:

      Hi, NYC

      Rooting for the Bolts because Pat Maroon!

      He STILL gets TV commercials in STL, because of his one immortal moment scoring the winning goal against Dallas, in overtime, in Game 7 in 2019! I never saw a crowd go crazy like they did that night. Not ever. And I saw David Freese in Game 6 of the WS against the TX Rangers too, so I have a standard of comparison.

      Talk about lucky! The Bluz won a SC and then traded journeyman Pat Maroon to… the Bolts! If Tampa wins the Cup this year, he’ll have his name on FOUR Cups! Not too shabby for a role player.

    144. NYCmike says:

      mnw,

      I like Maroon a lot, every time he scores you can say “What a Maroon!”.

      The Rangers series brought back bad memories from when the Lightning beat my Islanders a couple years ago. Islanders looked good first 2 games, then they were shut down like a conservative trying to report something on Hunter Biden in the last 2 weeks of October in a Presidential election year!

      We need a new Stanley Cup championship team! I want to see Antifa start a riot during the Cup celebration in downtown Denver, and all of the hockey players in attendance take care of business!

    145. NYCmike says:

      https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/tom-hanks-anger-unleashed-overzealous-fan-knocks-into-wife-rita-wilson-back-the-f-off-155228823.html

      -Don’t much care about these Hollywood stars, but if one of them ever hauls off and hits one of these idiots that follow them around, I would actively try to get on that jury to say “NOT GUILTY”.

    146. NYCmike says:

      Odd not seeing “CG” come by the last couple of weeks…….all the economic numbers are doing so well, you think he would be here touting his support for the current administration….after all, they did reverse just about every single Trump/Republican policy that was in place, you would think that someone who voted for Biden would be thrilled at how it has turned out!!

    147. NYCmike says:

      Cheers, and goodnight!

    148. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Republicans in Congress are already taking aim at the Marxist energy policies of the Democrats:

      “It is also an approach that differs from long held conventional wisdom on the political left that constraining the American economy and increasing energy costs for American families are necessary to address climate change. The Republican plan recognizes global realities and responds to those realities with actions to reduce both domestic and global emissions as opposed to costly policies that nearsightedly focus solely on domestic emissions without regard to their global impact.

      The average product made in China results in over three times the emissions than a product made in the United States. When America produces, we reduce. When America innovates, we reduce. When we constrain American production and allow other nations to dominate markets, global emissions increase, and global security is diminished.”

    149. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Does anyone know if Robbie was in Massachusetts last night? A car crashed into a Trump clothing store!

      https://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/4071735/posts

    150. Tina says:

      John Cardillo
      @johncardillo
      ·
      24m
      Mean tweets never:

      – gave us $8/gallon gas
      – crippling inflation
      – oppressive interest rates
      – set violent criminals free to kill cops and you
      – marched us towards nuclear war with China and Russia.

      I miss those mean tweets.

    151. Wes says:

      Ah, I see. Bitterlaw’s “zero tolerance” policy toward DUI doesn’t apply if the following things are true about the candidate:

      1) He doesn’t drive as President–although GWB was actually filmed driving as President, thus negating this one.

      2) The candidate is a lying popinjay willing to claim a previously defeated foe has stockpiles of nonexistent weapons that can somehow become a threat to the US.

      3) The candidate will do nothing for years in the aftermath of his war, turning the invaded country into a No Man’s Land as terrorists kill hundreds of thousands of people at will.

      4) At the end of his term, the candidate is so unpopular the most radically left-wing President in a century wins with large majorities in Congress to do his bidding.

      Those are the apparent circumstances Bitterlaw is willing to discard his “zero tolerance” policy toward DUI over.

      We have a word for that in the English language. It begins with an “h” and ends with a “y.”

    152. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes- You voted for the same candidate. Twice. Own it. I find your 100% tolerance for drunk driving especially curious given your history of sustaining serious injuries when a drunk driver hit your car but maybe you are a kind and forgiving soul.

    153. Wes says:

      You can’t have zero tolerance when you proudly vote for someone who explicitly committed the crime you claim to have no tolerance for, Bitter.

      Own your hypocrisy.

    154. Bitterlaw says:

      I hope you were consistent and asked them not to prosecute the guy who injured you.

    155. Wes says:

      I wish you’d be consistent and refuse to be proud of voting for a drunk-driving popinjay.

    156. Bitterlaw says:

      You voted for him twice. The idea that you wish you had voted for Gore (who wanted to destroy the economy to fight global warming) and Kerry (just as crazy about global warming and had the added bonus of wanting to cripple the American military in favor of “international cooperation”) betrays your alleged conservatism.

      By the way, was slavery in America evil?

    157. Bitterlaw says:

      Happy birthday to the Wizard of HHR.

    158. Wes says:

      I’m not a conservative, Bitter, nor have I ever claimed to be. I am in fact a Libertarian.

      As far as Gore and Kerry, I’d rather have had either of those morons in office with the GOP Congresses they would have faced given how the congressional elections in 2000 and 2004 went than Bush, whose utter failure as President gave us Obama with the lopsided majorities in Congress he enjoyed in the first two years of his Administration.

      You apparently preferred to have Obama take office with congressional margins only slightly smaller than Carter had.

      That’s on you.

      As for slavery, yes, it was evil. Slavery in the South was evil. Slavery in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and all the other states you give a pass for instituting it was evil. Modern-day slavery–which you never criticize despite its being a pernicious currently existing human rights violation–is evil. All of it. Too bad your one criticism of slavery extends strictly to 11 states that haven’t had slavery in 157 years.

      Any further questions?

    159. Wes says:

      Trump endorses Cameron for KY-Gov. It’s a little early for that, the race not being till next year, but I can live with it if Trump wants the GOP to coalesce around a candidate early and have a better shot at toppling Beshear fils:

      https://www.courier-journal.com/story/news/politics/2022/06/16/donald-trump-endorses-daniel-cameron-kentuckys-2023-governor-race/7654626001/

    160. Robbie says:

      andrew kaczynski
      @KFILE
      NEW: Elise Stefanik backed Carl Paladino said “hungry and dumb” Black people were “conditioned” to vote for Democrats and “you can’t teach them differently.”

      In another comment, he said a woman who accused Trump of sexual assault probably enjoyed it.

      – No one should be surprised a clown like Paladino said this, but Stefanick showed extremely poor judgment backing him right away since he’s got a history of comments like this. She should rescind her endorsement of him immediately.

    161. Bitterlaw says:

      You are a bold and complete liar, Wes. I condemned ALL slavery repeatedly. This is the first post I can recall where you finally condemned American slavery although you try to water it down by referencing non-Confederate states. Maybe I missed it but I don’t recall Pennsylvania and New Jersey seceding from the Union to protect slavery.

      By the way, “states’ rights” is Lost Cause BS. The Confederacy was based on protecting and promoting slavery.

    162. Robbie says:

      Wes says:
      June 17, 2022 at 10:05 am
      Trump endorses Cameron for KY-Gov. It’s a little early for that, the race not being till next year, but I can live with it if Trump wants the GOP to coalesce around a candidate early and have a better shot at toppling Beshear fils:

      – As a Kentucky voter, this race obviously is of interest to me.

      I will be backing the agriculture secretary Ryan Quarles over Daniel Cameron for a few reasons.

      First, Ryan Quarles genuinely wants to be the governor or Kentucky. Cameron simply wants to use the job as a steppingstone for something else.

      Second, Quarles actually fought Beshear’s covid restrictions while Cameron had to be dragged kicking and screaming to do so. He was the one who filed lawsuits. Cameron only did so after individuals went to court on their own.

      Third, Cameron is actually kind of a dud. I would 100% support him in the general election, but I think Quarles is better candidate for the state. Cameron should’ve run again for AG and then run for McConnell’s seat in 2026 since most expect McConnell to retire.

      As for Trump’s endorsement, why now? Why 11 months before the primary vote happens and not two or three weeks before when it could really move the needle? This strikes me as yet more proof Trump is desperate to stay relevant in a period when his relevancy is clearly diminishing.

      I don’t have any idea who will be favored in the primary, but Cameron’s primary chances will rise and fall in Eastern KY.

    163. Wes says:

      No. You have condemned ALL SLAVERY related to the Confederacy. You’ve never once condemned either of those frigid states you like so much for their history of slavery–even when I pointed out to you New Jersey didn’t actually end slavery before the 13th Amendment but just reclassified slaves as indentured servants.

      Maybe I missed it, but I don’t recall mentioning secession in this debate.

      An argument about states’ rights is irrelevant to this conversation since I certainly have never mentioned in the debate. I’ve just pointed out your hypocrisy in your selective application of your putative hatred of slavery.

    164. Wes says:

      Regardless, we’ve completely derailed things on an unrelated tangent.

      You’re still a hypocrite for claiming “zero tolerance” for DUI while being proud of voting for that incompetent moron who served as President from 2001 to 2009.

    165. DW says:

      Happy Juneteenth long weekend. A holiday to celebrate the culmination of the efforts of Republicans to free slaves from angry Democrat slave owners.

    166. mnw says:

      BL

      Zero tolerance for DUI* exists only on Fantasy Island.

      Most first time offenders get “diversion” dispositions. If they successfully complete the diversion program, the DUI arrest disappears, at least from a legal standpoint. (A political opponent can always find it, even though it’s been expunged legally.)

      When you’re elected State’s Atty in PA, yours will be the first DA’s office in America with a Zero Tolerance policy for first offender DUI defs… and DUI Kings never get reelected.

      *In MO, the only state where I’m familiar with state drunk driving statutes, DUI is a city/county ordinance violation, & DWI is a state misdemeanor (the first time, anyway).

    167. Wes says:

      Actually I made a factual error in 167, Bitter:

      I said you condemned all SLAVERY related to the Confederacy. I was wrong. You actually condemned all slavery related to the Confederacy except the slavery the Emancipation Proclamation explicitly said could stay in place in areas of the South seized by Union troops.

      I was wrong.

      My mistake.

    168. Wes says:

      Tell me again how Jefferson Davis was a worse Senate Majority Leader than Harry Reid, Bitter. You literally made that claim when former Hedgehogger Author Mendez claimed Harry Reid was the worst Majority Leader of all time.

      I still haven’t deciphered your tortured logic on that one.

    169. Wes says:

      Of course I could point out the following:

      1) Jefferson Davis never had any position with the title Leader in it in Congress.

      2) Senate Majority Leader wasn’t a position in the US Senate till the Wilson Administration.

      You know me though. I don’t like to complain.

    170. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      166. Robbie makes some good points. Am puzzled by the early endorsement too. Seems premature — particularly since Trump has un-endorsed at least one candidate before.

    171. Wes says:

      It’s about time Rick Scott did something besides preen for a future presidential run:

      https://www.foxnews.com/politics/senate-gop-re-election-arm-ties-democrats-key-swing-states-biden-soaring-gas-prices

    172. Tgca says:

      Here’s the CDC picture tutorial guidance on saver sex with the Monkey Pox.

      https://media.breitbart.com/media/2022/06/cdc-directives-640×480.jpg

    173. Tgca says:

      176
      Saver = safer

    174. Robbie says:

      I also think Beshear is in a much stronger position for re-election than he should be. He was only governor for several months before covid hit and had become quite unpopular in that time. He used covid, though, to boost his approval ratings from the mid 40’s to consistently around 60% ever since.

      Beshear’s approval ratings have stayed around the 60% mark mostly because the Republican party in the state seems incapable of going after him in a sustained way. During the worst of covid when people were clearly frustrated with Beshear’s policies, the party leaders would occasionally issue a press release no one read. Meanwhile, Beshear held daily briefings for 18 months.

      More recently, several GOP lawmakers issued a press release on Twitter (nowhere else) saying Beshear should suspend reformulated gasoline in the major metro areas. The statement got no coverage, but, at the same time, Beshear held multiple press conferences and did multiple TV interviews attacking big oil and saying he was looking into suspending the new 1 cent gas tax increase.

      It’s political malpractice and reminds me of something Rush said five or six years after the party swept to power in 1994. After the party won, it stopped trying to persuade anyone anymore. That’s happened here.

    175. Tina says:

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      Sample: D38/R31/I31 / 1,541 A
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    176. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess it is Way Back day.

      I do not recall saying Jefferson Davis was a prominent leader in the Senate but did not say he was Majority Leader as the position did not exist.

      As for mnw – I would push for the law to be changed so that a driver convicted of DUI on the first offense be sentenced to 30 days in jail. Any death caused by DUI should be charged as First Degree Murder. If you have to drive, don’t drink. Get drunk and call an Uber. Or have dinner at a restaurant and then get hammered at home. I sometimes think my wife keeps me around in part so she has a lifetime designated driver and she is not a big drinker.

    177. Tina says:

      They cannot get his approval above 40 despite Biden’s beitch blowing him; the adult sample; and inflated party id.

    178. Bitterlaw says:

      I meant I do recall saying Jefferson Davis was a prominent leader in the Senate.

    179. Wes says:

      As for mnw – I would push for the law to be changed so that a driver convicted of DUI on the first offense be sentenced to 30 days in jail–and subsequently elected President to start and fail at a completely unnecessary war.

      There. I fixed it for you, Bitter.

    180. Wes says:

      What leader position did David hold, Bitter?

      You claimed he was worse than Harry Reid when Mendez said Reid was the worst Senate Majority Leader in history.

      That can be true only if Jefferson Davis were Senate Majority Leader.

      Are you finally admitting you literally had no clue what the hell you were talking about?

    181. Robbie says:

      Wes says:
      June 17, 2022 at 11:31 am
      It’s about time Rick Scott did something besides preen for a future presidential run:

      https://www.foxnews.com/politics/senate-gop-re-election-arm-ties-democrats-key-swing-states-biden-soaring-gas-prices

      – It’s hard to put into words how badly Rick Scott has done as NRSC chair. The political environment is as favorable to Republicans as it’s been since 1994 and 1946, but he swung and missed on multiple high-quality candidates for the Senate and he’s done little to boost the candidates he did convince to run.

      After this cycle is finished, the NRSC really needs to re-evaluate its nearly decade long prohibition of intervening in primaries. The decision came about because of Rubio and Crist in 2010, but several candidates shied away from running because they weren’t convinced they’d have outside help against the crazy caucus in the primary.

      Scott clearly wanted the position to enhance his donor network ahead of his sure-to-fail presidential run and it has showed. The idea he could be the future party leader in the Senate or president of the country is just laughable. He ran in historically good years in 2010 and 2014 and won by one point. Kudos to him for his unexpected 2018 win, but there’s no evidence the party wants to buy what he’s selling.

    182. Wes says:

      Davis*

    183. Bitterlaw says:

      Mastriano keeps saying gun control laws are what Nazis did and this caused the Holocaust. He implies that Democrats are fine with the Holocaust. While I understand his stance against gun laws, he is forgetting a major rule in politics. The only thing that compares to the Holocaust is the Holocaust. That is why it gets its own word while other genocides and systemic murder are not called the Holocaust.

      Also, Holocaust references are not a good idea when you’re opponent is Jewish.

      I will vote for him because he is the nominee but suggest he refine his message to economic issues, energy production, and election. integrity. The voters who focus on guns or abortion either agree with him or they agree with Shapiro. They won’t tip the balance either way.

    184. Wes says:

      I’m calling it. Mastriano loses about as badly as Corbett did in 2022. He’s a complete dumpster fire of a candidate. The PAGOP needs to triage him and push to get Oz elected.

      This is simply embarrassing.

    185. Wes says:

      Ugh. Corbett lost in 2014. I was thinking of this year and typed an inaccurate date.

    186. Tina says:

      #ThePersistence
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      ?Tom Rice
      ?John Katko
      ?Fred Upton
      ?Adam Kinzinger
      ?Anthony Gonzalez

    187. Gordon Allen says:

      Wes, I agree with your comment about Scott( one of my Senators). I have been very disappointed in Scott so far in his Senatorial Election role, and his excessive personalization of the GOP message.
      I don’t understand his thinking, as I don’t for a moment believe, as Robbie says, that it is motivated by dreams of a Presidential run.
      There are already TWO prominent possible Presidential candidates in Florida, DeSantis and Trump, and Scott makes three a crowd. No chance at all.
      Let’s hope he makes a course correction in terms of messaging.

    188. Tgca says:

      It is estimated that about 60% of men have driven under the influence, per legal standards, at least once in their life. It’s probably higher though.

      Not sure what the stats on women are but that’s probably because we really don’t know what defines a woman…but I digress.

      That being said, does anyone here really believe a Zero tolerance on DUI would work in reality? Over half of men would be without a license or jailed, including many of our leaders on both sides of the aisle – ask Ted Kennedy and John McCain about boozing and partying days in the 80s.

    189. Bitterlaw says:

      Wes – Are you saying that every Senator has the exact same influence? Jefferson Davis was just some unknown hack who had no influence on his party and the nation?

    190. Wes says:

      Gordon, I think everyone was thrilled when Scott put Nelson out to pasture. He’s done nothing but be petty since. He lost seniority in the Senate because he refused to resign early and let his LG become Governor for a few days. As head of the NRSC, he’s done next to nothing to help Republicans win Senate seats–despite that’s being his job.

      I don’t get it. If Scott wants to run for President someday, his erratic behavior since his Senate victory isn’t the way to do it. As you and Robbie pointed out, he’d have a hard enough time gaining traction against DeSantis and/or Trump. His recent public persona won’t increase his odds.

    191. Wes says:

      You haven’t answered the question, Bitter:

      What leadership position did Jefferson Davis hold? You’ve already conceded he wasn’t Senate Majority Leader. That makes any comparison to Mendez’ remarks about Reid pointless automatically.

      Let me explain to you how this works:

      There are currently two leaders in the United States Senate: Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.

      One can argue Mitch McConnell may have been a worse Senate Majority Leader than Schumer is because McConnell held the position at one time. One can not argue Rick Scott was a worse Senate Majority Leader than Schumer though because Rick Scott, while a Senator, has never held the position; nor has he any position in the Senate with the word “leader” attached to it.

    192. DW says:

      A Riddle:

      A few weeks ago I visited a tourist site in modern day Virginia and walked on union soil–land that was never part of the confederacy. Where was I?

    193. Tgca says:

      Wes is correct on slavery. There was forced labor in northern states into the mid 1800s.

      What about US Japanese concentration camps during WW2 in Caleefawnyuh?

      Slavery existed throughout the US and not just in the south.

      We have slave shops in NY and NJ to this day taking advantage of illegal immigrants.

    194. Phil says:

      Those YouGov numbers for Biden are eye opening. Keep in mind this poll has been the most favorable poll for Biden over the last year and a half. Their party ID samples have been ridiculously slanted D. He’s now at an overall 39/56 and that is with a ridiculous D+7 sample. Folks, the electorate won’t be D+7 in November. I believe the exits in Biden’s “big win” were only D+1. Look for the Party ID to be around R+1 or 2 in this midterms. In 2020 indies were Biden +11 or +12 and that was the difference. In this poll only 26% of indies said they would vote for Biden over Trump.

      To me, this is the worst polling news Biden has gotten given this kind of sample and these bottom line results.

      The big insurrection hearings aren’t doing a damned thing for Democrats.

    195. Bitterlaw says:

      So nobody in the Senate did anything, Wes? All those bills wrote themselves?

    196. Tgca says:

      You can write all the bills you want in the Senate. The senate leadership decides what bills to vote on and when.

      Nuttin’ gets done without leadership approval.

    197. mnw says:

      180 BL

      Not only would you not be reelected, you’d be impeached.

      You’re totally disconnected from reality on this.

      Don’t you read the crime & punishment headlines? Prosecutors can’t even get MURDERERS held in jail pending trial, & we* have trouble getting a 30-day jail sentence for armed assault!

      And YOU want to lock up all first offender DUI defs for 30 days?

      *(formerly “we”)

    198. Bitterlaw says:

      mnw – ok. You think DUI is no big deal and no worse than a parking ticket. Got it.

    199. Tgca says:

      More evidence UT Gubbernor Cox is one of the worst radical GOP gubbernors in Amerika.

      Cox says he’s asking Utah lawmakers to ‘keep an open mind’ on gun reform

      This is code lefties use. I don’t trust this tranny advocate.

      https://www.ksl.com/article/50424364/cox-says-hes-asking-utah-lawmakers-to-keep-an-open-mind-on-gun-reform

    200. Tgca says:

      So half of the US adults would have a criminal record if all were convicted on 1st offense DUI.

    201. Tom says:

      Back when Bush got his DUI there was a whole different attitude about drunk driving. When I was going through police training, they taught us to use discretion and generally get the drunk off the road and find him a ride home. They only time we would make an arrest is if he was being belligerent or insisting on wanting to continue to drive.

      Times have changed (and it’s for the better).

    202. mnw says:

      202 BL

      Misstate your party opponent’s argument in court much? As you just intentionally misstated mine?

      Point me to the post where I stated “DUI offenses are like parking tickets, pls?

      “Ok, got it.”

    203. Wes says:

      You still haven’t provided me with any title Davis held featuring the word “leader,” Bitter.

      It’d be so much easier just to admit you had no clue what you were talking about. You’re just making random pointless arguments now to try to excuse your ignorance.

    204. Tom says:

      We’re talking 1975.

    205. Bitterlaw says:

      How could Davis have a title that was not used at the time in Senate?

      Why do historians talk about Stephen A. Douglas if no Senator had any influence or prominence?

    206. Cash Cow TM says:

      why is Lavar Burton (the Reading Rainbow guy) chairing the Jan. 6 hearing?

    207. Cash Cow TM says:

      Based on what I heard recently on the radio about monkey pox, you don’t have to worry much about that disease unless you are a sailor or in the merchant marines or work on a ship.

      They said it had to do with something about seamen, or in seamen or something…

      Not sure why they did not say sailors.

    208. Wes says:

      This is a fallacious line of thinking intended to cover your ignorance. People talk about Stephen Douglas because he was a Senator. That doesn’t make him Senate Majority Leader.

    209. Tgca says:

      As noted in post 176, the CDC guidelines on reducing Monkey Pox includes:

      Virtual sexual encounters preferred over live sexual encounters

      Mutual masturbation at least 6 feet apart

      Wash hands afterwards

      No kissing

      Cuddling in bed is ok but with clothes on covering any rashes.

      I think y’all need to be respectful that the CDC has taken the time to put together this useful guide (reposted below).

      Remember, the CDC is here to protect us all. They are an APOLITICAL organization.

      https://media.breitbart.com/media/2022/06/cdc-directives-640×480.jpg

    210. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      203. “More evidence UT Gubbernor Cox is one of the worst radical GOP gubbernors in Amerika.”

      Yes, these proposals are really radical:

      “The governor said he’s talked with legislative leaders about how to address gun violence and asked them to “keep an open mind” to solutions.

      That could include additional funding going toward mental health resources. He’s also open to discussing extreme risk protection orders — so-called “red flag laws” that allow judges to temporarily take away guns from people who are considered by family members or law enforcement to be a danger to themselves or others. He still has concerns about how they could impact people’s Second Amendment rights.

      One area where he thinks state leaders can find common ground is safely storing weapons.

      “Maybe adding some new laws around locking guns, making sure gun locks are available ubiquitously and making sure that people who are not locking up their guns are held accountable,” he said. “I do believe that there are some things that we can do to come together to make a difference in this space.””

    211. Bitterlaw says:

      Produce the post where I allegedly called Davis Senate Majority Leader or GFY.

    212. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      214. “When asked if he supported Salt Lake City Democrat Sen. Derek Kitchen’s proposal to raise the legal age to purchase a firearm from 18 to 21, Cox said, “This is one I’m not there yet. I’m certainly open to the discussion.”
      Cox said he had trouble getting behind the issue, adding that if 18-year-olds can join the military then they should be able to purchase a firearm.”

    213. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The NRA recently praised Utah Gov Cox:

      “Utah: Gov. Cox Signs Bill Protecting Second Amendment Rights

      FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2022 Utah: Gov. Cox Signs Bill Protecting Second Amendment Rights
      Yesterday, Governor Spencer Cox signed Senate Bill 115, to enhance Utah’s firearm preemption law. With this action, Governor Spencer Cox continues to show his commitment to the Second Amendment, adding to the list of pro-gun bills he has signed into law, which includes constitutional carry from last year.

      Senate Bill 115 enhances Utah’s existing firearm preemption statute by providing a mechanism to ensure compliance. Firearm preemption occupies the field of firearm laws and regulations with the state, preventing localities from enacting their own gun control, which in turn could create a confusing patchwork of regulations and ordinances. This helps ensure consistency in firearm laws throughout the state of Utah.

      The NRA would like to thank Governor Cox for signing this important legislation”

    214. Tgca says:

      Musk shows some backbone unlike many US CEOs against radical lefties and wokesters.

      His Space-X company fires a bunch of them that tried to push a public letter to embarrass and criticize his personal free speech and force other employees to join then in this effort to shut him down.

      Stoopid lefties deserve to be fired! Since when do these morons get to dictate how the founder and CEO of their company should operate and then try to cause a mutiny?

      The letter shared by now-former employees of SpaceX called Musk’s behavior “a frequent source of distraction and embarrassment,” especially blasting his recent comments online.

      “As our CEO and most prominent spokesperson, Elon is seen as the face of SpaceX — every Tweet that Elon sends is a de facto public statement by the company. It is critical to make clear to our teams and to our potential talent pool that his messaging does not reflect our work, our mission, or our values,”

      https://thehill.com/policy/technology/3527536-spacex-fires-employees-who-blasted-musk-in-letter-report/amp/

    215. Wes says:

      Well, let’s see. When Author Mendez said Harry Reid was the worst Senate Majority Leader of all time, you claimed there were worse leaders during the Antebellum Era and cited Jefferson Davis in particular.

      Literally the only way this makes sense is if Jefferson Davis served as Senate Majority Leader. He did not because a) besides chairing a committee in the Senate, he never served in a position that can be remotely construed as leadership and b) the Senate didn’t have a Majority Leader until 1920.

      Your argument was foolish from the start. You just don’t want to admit it.

    216. Bitterlaw says:

      So I did not claim that Davis was Senate Majority Leader. Thanks, Wes. I appreciate your confirmation that you lied. Now we can move on.

    217. Wes says:

      Yes, you did. You just tried to couch things in cute language hoping we wouldn’t catch your ignorance about the fact that Jefferson Davis wasn’t Senate Majority Leader and therefore couldn’t be worse in the position than Harry Reid.

    218. Bitterlaw says:

      Keep trying, Wes. You can’t prove what you claimed.

    219. Wes says:

      I literally just did, Bitter. You can’t prove Jefferson Davis was worse than Harry Reid because Davis never held the position Reid held regardless of your attempt to shoehorn him into it.

    220. Wes says:

      Now let’s assume you weren’t trying to say Jefferson Davis held that position. You were because you didn’t know the position wouldn’t exist for another 60 years, but that’s beside the point.

      Assuming you didn’t say exactly what you said, you tried to create a false comparison because the only way a Senator can be a worse Senate Majority Leader than Reid is by–now follow me here–being Senate Majority Leader. Being some random Senator a blogger promotes into a generic leadership position 150 years later doesn’t cut it.

      No matter how you look at it, you didn’t know what you were talking about.

    221. Tgca says:

      SDC on his knees as usual sucking up to Cox.

      The tranny defending UT Gubbernor is also for “red flag” laws now which we KNOW are subject to major abuse by people and the courts.

      Anyone that defends these laws without specific restrictions that can’t be reneged upon on are not to be trusted. They will be used by lefties and vindictive spouses and partners to criminalize others and for the lefties to get around the 2A.

      As for the NRA support, let’s see if they now support the tranny loving Gubbernor now that he is embracing with the lefties whose sole goal is to whittle away the 2A and Cox us falling into that trap.

      Many here supported Romney until he showed his true colors so why should we trust Cox when his actions of late are questionable?

    222. Tgca says:

      Was Jefferson Davis worse than Ted Kennedy? Barbara Boxer? Why not those comparisons instead of Reid? Why only compare him to Harry Reid?

    223. Tgca says:

      I think it would be idiotic to charge any DUI death as 1st degree murder without changing all laws on murder.

      A repeated drunk driving offender, yes, any drunk driver, no!

      Why not charge anyone that’s drunk that gets into a fight and accidentally kills someone with 1st degree murder then as well?After all, if you are willing to get into a fight with someone while under the influence, you are taking the risk that you can kill them. This happens quite frequently actually where people kill others without intent when under the influence.

      Should we do away with all manslaughter and have all deaths caused by others’ behaviors as 1st degree murder?

    224. Tgca says:

      SDC will come back at me with some silly reason to excuse Cox but the bottom line is we know SDC loves Cox.

      SDC would not be defending this behavior if it were a Dem Gubbernor.

    225. Albertus Magnus says:

      Just a bit of advice to some of you who seem to get bitter over your non-polls or current comments.

      Not a soul on this site gives a crap what anyone here thinks about any of the posters’ opinions about:

      1) Either of the past President Bushes;
      2) Slavery in the South, North or anywhere: or
      3) Jefferson Davis.

      Not a one.

      And if there are any at all besides yourselves who enjoy watching same-sex poster-flirting on political websites, they are probably too closeted to admit it.

      Just saying.

    226. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzz. Let’s look at the 2 situations.

      Drunk fight death.

      1. Person goes to a bar.
      2. They begin drinking.
      3. They get drunk.
      4. They did not go to the bar KNOWING that they would get into a fight that could lead to somebody dying.

      DUI Death

      1. Person drives their car to a bar.
      2. Person drinks KNOWING that they will be driving their car home.
      3. Drinking impairs the person’s ability to drive.
      4. Not drinking does not impair the person’s ability to drive.
      5. Person drives their car and kills somebody.
      6. They intended to drink and that intent lead to a death.

      People minimizing DUI are probably guilty of it and haven’t been caught.

    227. mnw says:

      BL

      You’re approaching crank territory in the DUI discussion. Your explication of entrapment law was of a piece.

      If you try to pass & enforce unpopular, draconian laws, as you would like to see happen for DUI offenders, you end up with Prohibition– where the law is just ignored.

      “People minimizing DUI are probably guilty of it & haven’t been caught”? Of COURSE! For a prosecutor, the problem is that that description applies to a majority of the venire panel! You want the poor state’s atty’s office to spin its wheels eating not guilty verdicts on misdemeanors.

      Still enjoying your book, though.

    228. Bitterlaw says:

      I am not in favor of Prohibition at all. I don’t care if people drink themselves to death. Drink all day every day. Just don’t drive. Why is that such a difficult concept?

      I feel very safe in making 2 predictions.:

      1. I will never drink and drive.
      2. I will never be entrapped by law enforcement into breaking the law.

      I am glad you like book.

    229. DW says:

      “Why is that such a difficult concept?”

      When a man gets drunk has put a thief in his head to steal his brains.

      He has lost the discernment on whether or not he should drive, and so he drives.

    230. Tgca says:

      231

      With over 50% of adults having driven under the influence, let’s put them in jail. That’s over 125 million Americans.

    231. mnw says:

      BL

      You seem to intentionally misstate everything I post.

      That makes responding so much easier for you, I guess.

      1) SHOW me where I said you were in favor of Prohibition?

      2) SHOW me where I said that a DUI was just like a parking ticket?

    232. Tgca says:

      If you ever checked out a woman’s breast or ass, you’re guilty of depravity and sexualizing women.

      It’s that simple! No middle ground.

    233. Tgca says:

      231

      Most people don’t go to bars intending to get drunk and end up killing someone.

      Well….

      Most people don’t go out drinking knowing they will drunk and cause an accident either that kills someone.

      So what’s your point?

    234. Tgca says:

      Glad to see Bitter agrees GWB should have gone to jail and been charged with a felony due to his DUI which would have effectively precluded him from being POTUS…and hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqi and over 4,000 American soldiers would be alive today.

    235. Wes says:

      Tgca says:
      June 17, 2022 at 6:25 pm
      If you ever checked out a woman’s breast or ass, you’re guilty of depravity and sexualizing women.

      It’s that simple! No middle ground.

      Well, then I must be the most depraved human being on the planet, Tg.

      We need more depravity!

    236. Annie says:

      Yikes. Incredibly stupid answer by Biden. Where is Biden’s beotch to keep him in check ?

      “There is absolutely no reason why out on the street today a civilian should be carrying a loaded weapon.”

    237. Tgca says:

      240

      Then by Bitter’s standard you intended to sexualize a woman and bring harm to her. We all know sexualizing women harms them and is the reason for the sex slave trade.

      You should be prosecuted!!! …just like 1st time drivers with a DUI.

    238. EML says:

      GWB won the presidency after his DUI.

      Bitterlaw lost a congressional election by 75.6 points to a guy who would later be sentenced to 10 years in prison for racketeering and money laundering.

      Clearly Bitter has something much more serious than DUI on his record.

    239. Tgca says:

      243

      I think it’s because Bitter has a Joisey accent. That in itself deserves an election loss.

      Seriously though, it could be because Bitter admitted to cheating on his girlfriends in high school and college. That is just not forgivable in politics.

    240. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca continues to prove why there is a growing consensus that he is a clown.

    241. Tgca says:

      243

      By the way, you’ll be happy to know my physical therapist is a Latino from the land of my ancestors…no not Africa…my other ancestors…Puerto Rico…and he has a pretty thick accent but I can understand him so no problema.

      I’ll have to ask him if he’s a Dem who plans on switching to the GOP since all Latinos are trending that way.

    242. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      BREAKING: Jesse Watters at FOX News just broke an amazing story. To wit: Nine(9) members of the Steven Colbert crew breached the Capitol last night with the aid of Adam Schiff staff members and were arrested and put in jail.

    243. Tgca says:

      Well, I’d rather be a clown than someone who is delusional with an idiotic sense of right and wrong and justice that applies to all others but himself.

      Now tell us again Daddy how northeast folks are better than the southerners please.

    244. EML says:

      Well, I’d rather be a clown
      =====================
      You got wish I suppose. You are a clown.

    245. EML says:

      Now that lisab is gone, nobody here is from the northeast. Me or NYCMike is probably closest, but both NY and PA are in the Mid-Atlantic. Not your fault that you got basic geography wrong, you probably just don’t know anybody with a heavy Northeast accent, otherwise I’m sure you would’ve nailed it.

    246. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      John Cornyn’s reception at the Texas GOP Convention:

      https://twitter.com/SergioMarBel/status/1537867045932613637

      Looks like Romney’s reception in Utah.

    247. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      The “Rat” Raffensburger will testify at the J6 Committee hearing on Tuesday.
      I am still baffled by his avoiding a runoff in GA.

    248. Annie says:

      Yikes – gunman in custody 24 hours but no picture. Why? Because he’s black and it’s Montgomery.

      If gunman was white, his picture would be all over.

      https://www.yahoo.com/news/multiple-people-shot-alabama-church-010000768.html

    249. EML says:

      The Heavily Accented Geniuses still can’t explain to me how Cornyn did better with Hispanics than Trump.

    250. Wes says:

      Well, Sheep, Hice worked on trying to bring down Raff’s numbers without bringing up his own while Raff engaged in heavy retail politicking around the state and publicly endorsed the new election laws in GA.

      Hice had a flawed strategy that didn’t attract voters who weren’t still obsessed with 2020. Meanwhile, Raff knew he was in danger and worked overtime to draw voters into his camp.

      It’s not baffling at all when viewed in retrospect.

    251. EML says:

      Can’t wait for Dan Crenshaw to replace Cornyn in 2026.

    252. Bitterlaw says:

      Point me to the post where I stated “DUI offenses are like parking tickets, pls?

      *In MO, the only state where I’m familiar with state drunk driving statutes, DUI is a city/county ordinance violation, & DWI is a state misdemeanor (the first time, anyway).

      (mnw- Parking tickets are ordinance violations.)

      1) SHOW me where I said you were in favor of Prohibition?

      BL

      You’re approaching crank territory in the DUI discussion. Your explication of entrapment law was of a piece.

      If you try to pass & enforce unpopular, draconian laws, as you would like to see happen for DUI offenders, you end up with Prohibition– where the law is just ignored.

      Damn. That was so easy, mnw. I really appreciate the opportunity to answer your questions with your posts.

    253. Bitterlaw says:

      Now tell us again Daddy how northeast folks are better than the southerners please.

      Zzzzzzzzz. I never said that. I don’t think that. But at least you admit to being a clown.

    254. Bitterlaw says:

      Seriously though, it could be because Bitter admitted to cheating on his girlfriends in high school and college. That is just not forgivable in politics.

      Donald Trump and his 3 wives beg to differ.

    255. Bitterlaw says:

      Most people don’t go out drinking knowing they will drunk and cause an accident either that kills someone.

      So what’s your point?

      EVERY PERSON WHO DRIVES TO A BAR AND DRINKS ALCOHOL KNOWS THAT THEY WILL THEN DRIVE HOME WITH SOME LEVEL OF IMPAIRMENT FROM ALCOHOL.

      EVERY PERSON WHO DRIVES TO A BAR AND DOES NOT DRINK ALCOHOL KNOWS THAT THEY WILL THEN DRIVE HOME WITH NO IMPAIRMENT FROM ALCOHOL.

      Is that clear enough for the clown?

    256. Bitterlaw says:

      Bitterlaw lost a congressional election by 75.6 points to a guy who would later be sentenced to 10 years in prison for racketeering and money laundering.

      Clearly Bitter has something much more serious than DUI on his record.

      Yeah. You caught me. It had nothing to do with the 7-1 Dem advantage (actually more like 9-1 since Philadelphia Independents are also really Deomocrats).

    257. mnw says:

      257 BL

      “damn that was easy” because YOU’RE LYING THROUGH YOUR GD TEETH!

    258. Bitterlaw says:

      I used YOUR own posts, mnw. Be mad at yourself. Not me.

    259. EML says:

      DWI is a victimless crime. Illegal parking is not a victimless crime. Ergo, illegal parking is worse than DWI. Discuss.

    260. Bitterlaw says:

      Ask Wes if DUI is a victimless crime.

    261. NYCmike says:

      Where is Rodney King when we need him – “Can’t we all just get along?”.

    262. Bitterlaw says:

      If we all agree on something, HHR will die.

    263. Bitterlaw says:

      Cash Cow – Walt is probably mad the Nationals lost to the Phillies on a player interference call.

    264. Tgca says:

      Perhaps Bitter should refrain from posting anything about body chemistry and stick to posting about law or the nice parts of Philly.

      Clearly, he knows little about alcohol and the impacts on the human body and how the liver metabolizes it and it’s impact of people depending on size, weight, metabolism, and frequency and amounts of alcohol intake.

      Having drinks alone does not impair you and on average, the body will metabolize one drink an hour so it really depends on how many drinks people have before they start driving that determines impairment, along with other physical factors.

      One can be just as impaired while driving from lack of sleep or taking cold medicines or other prescription and non-prescription drugs.

      Bitter knows just as much about alcohol impairment as he does about body chemistry and mental disease.

      Remember, his classic mental illness is just a weakness people?

      He has no credibility on this topic other than his judgment if people that drink alcohol.

    265. Tgca says:

      Should people who don’t get enough sleep and drive also be charged with 1st degree murder if they cause a fatal accident? Should they get 30 days in jail and lose their license if they’re pulled over for driving tired?

      After all, it is irresponsible to drive if you’re not fully cognizant.

      What about various cold or prescription medicines? Should people on such medication involved in causing a fatal accident be charged with 1st degree murder? If they are caught driving under the influence of such medications, should they get 30 days in jail and lose their license?

    266. Tgca says:

      Should people with heart disease who have a heart attack while driving get 30 days in jail and lose their license? Be prosecuted for 1st degree murder if a fatality is involved?

      What about diabetics?

      After all, it is irresponsible to take such risks in the general public if you cannot be in control of your yourself at all times. You’re a danger to the public so it’s selfish to expect to operate a vehicle.

      I’ve read numerous stories over the years of people having heart attacks and causing accidents. I recall a fatal one in San Francisco decades ago where an old man plowed into a group of people coming down a hill.

    267. Bitterlaw says:

      If Tgclown posts alone, is he still a clown? Yes.

    268. Tina says:

      Another “Republican” in trouble?

      The Calvin Coolidge Project
      @TheCalvinCooli1
      · 1h
      ?Breaking News new poll in Oklahoma Senate Race?
      RINO James Lankford 46%
      Pastor @JacksonLahmeyer 41%
      The key undecideds 12%
      Jackson Lahmeyer will run campaign ads in the final week of the campaign 6/20-6/27. Trump needs to officially endorse Lahmeyer very soon. #EndorseLahmeyer twitter.com/jacksonlahmeye…

    269. Tgca says:

      272

      Better to be a clown then a joke.

    270. Bitterlaw says:

      You are a clown and a joke. Both can be true.

      What do you think DUI penalties should be? This should be good.

    271. Gordon Allen says:

      I’m glad we focus on vital national and international issues here.
      Like your condition for safe driving.
      Big one.

    272. Tgca says:

      Hawaii gay teacher had repeated sex with 13 year-old boy in school and filmed it and then shared it online, including with another gay teacher in Philly…I assume the nice part of Philly.

      The ironic part is this guy’s Twitter page has a bunch of attacks on conservatives calling them out as perverts. He defends that gays are not perverts and teaching kids about sex is not perversion. See just 4 examples of his Twitter below.

      Now this pedo gets to spend Gay Pride in jail. Yay!

      You’re f*cking acting like we want to show kids porn or something, but something I’ve learned through the years is that whenever right-wingers accuse others of something, it’s DEFINITELY because they’re projecting.

      So you want kids to be completely ignorant about sex? Which is true because pedos like you can feel them up and they won’t understand what’s going on and can’t verbalize it to their parents or others. Also talking about being LGBT does NOT require discussing sex whatsoever.

      Sexual orientation doesn’t require discussing sex you f*cking pervert. Unless your brain AUTOMATICALLY goes to f*cking whenever you think of 2 dudes liking each other. Keep on demonstrating how sick in the mind you are.

      The GOP continues to prove how f*cking evil and disgusting they are #republicansareterrorists

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/gay-hawaii-teacher-busted-for-sex-with-13-year-old-male-student/

    273. Tgca says:

      275

      I pretty much take the position MNW does. You have to look at the facts and circumstances, especially on 1st time offenders. Repeat offenders sets should be treated very harshly under the law.

      With over 50% of the country admitting in surveys to drunk driving, your radically judgmental harsh punishment would result in our jails overflowing and our economy tanked if people had to spend a min of 30 days in jail and lost their license which means they probably can’t work or would lose their job.

      Creating a higher level of penalty fir drunk driving but ignoring other equally level crimes is not what justice should be about. Why should a drunk driver be treated differently than other similar crimes?

      Thank God you’re not a prosecutor… from the nice part of Philly that is.

    274. Bitterlaw says:

      Drinking and driving is like firing a gun into a crowd. Maybe you won’t hit anybody. But if you do, it will have devastating consequences.

    275. Tgca says:

      276. Gordy

      HHR has a long history of discussing cultural and other issues impacting society because they’re related to politics. It is not just always about polls.

      I’ve been here pretty much from the beginning and there has always been discussion of these other issues as well.

      One of my favs being ABORTION which few seem to care about anymore 🙁 because some people here who live in glass houses think it’s more important to talk about how faithful someone is to their partner or how weak depressed people can be.

    276. Bitterlaw says:

      And one poster who claims to be concerned about mental health issues described in detail how a woman suffered when she hanged herself and then blamed the woman’s uncle for causing her suicide.

      It’s not a nice place.

    277. Tgca says:

      279

      Nonsense!

      The vast majority of people who drink and drive do not get into accidents. According to the CDC, nearly 150 million drunk driving events occur in the US annually with about 10,000 drunk driving deaths or a 3rd of auto fatalities. That’s a very high number but not enough to justify your radical penalties on most people driving under the influence.

      The vast majority of traffic accidents are from distracted drivers, speeding, aggressive driving, weather conditions, and not alcohol.

      Should we start putting people in jail who cause a traffic fatality because they’re distracted on the phone, texting, reading, eating, or tuning their radio?

      If one is distracted on the phone or tuning their radio and they hit and kill a kid, should they be charged with 1st degree murder? What about people who repeatedly do these things while driving?

    278. Tgca says:

      281

      Only after one HHR poster mocked and ridiculed the death of a teens brother from cancer.

      Cause and effect.

      Touché!

    279. Tgca says:

      Bill Maher is no conservative but he is definitely doing the conservatives’ work in his criticism of Biden.

      Maher: Biden Tried to Get off Fossil Fuels without a Replacement, and Now We’re Begging the Saudis for Oil

      https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2022/06/18/maher-biden-tried-to-get-off-fossil-fuels-without-a-replacement-and-now-were-begging-the-saudis-for-oil/

    280. Bitterlaw says:

      Actually, the uncle accused of causing his niece’s suicide also expressed sadness over the death of the poster’s brother and admiration of everything he did to care for his brother.

      But I don’t want to distract Gordon from looking at polls and then saying why he agrees or disagrees with them.

    281. Tina says:

      John Rinoyn calls the Republicans who booed him, a mob.

      They hate their voters.

    282. Tgca says:

      Ok. Is it mean to laugh at an elderly demented president who falls over on his bike?

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/biden-falls-off-his-bike-in-delaware/

    283. Gordon Allen says:

      But is drunk driving a major social or cultural issue today?
      I could think of quite a few more consequential than that.
      But sure,those ( social/ cultural)affect politics.
      I get that.

    284. Tgca says:

      288

      Well, according to some posters here, drunk driving should have very harsh penalties and judged differently than other crimes on 1st offenses and that goes to injustices in the law.

      It’s discrimination against alcohol consumers!

      I don’t see the same call for harsh penalties against drivers who speed and are distracted while driving doing things they should not which account for vastly more accidents and deaths than drunk drivers.

      …its probably because these drunk drivers lack character and have been married more than twice too because we ALL know there is ABSOLUTELY NO REASON anyone should ever be married more than twice.

    285. Hugh says:

      Tgca. Is correct. How many drunk driving accidents have
      Nothing to do w being drunk?? .08 for many people is less impaired than taking a Benadryl. If the rate was reasonable I can see high penalties. Texting and driving is worse.

    286. Tina says:

      Jebots crushed.

      Jack Posobiec ??
      @JackPosobiec
      · 1h
      “NBC News talked to more than two dozen voters in both Washoe and Clark counties — the two most populous in Nevada — and found that the Jan. 6 committee hearings not only failed to persuade these voters but pushed them in the opposite direction.”
      https://nbcnews.com/politics/donald-trump/impeachment-no-3-jan-6-panel-isnt-swaying-swing-state-republicans-rcna34037

    287. Bitterlaw says:

      More minimizing DUI. Well, it is Saturday night.

    288. Bitterlaw says:

      I can’t post the link. I saw there were 400 deaths due to texting last year. Far fewer than DUI deaths.

    289. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Drunk driving is a serious health threat. There is no “right” for someone who consumed alcohol to drive — driving is a privilege granted only upon passing a test and agreeing to abide by established rules and regulations:

      “In the United States, one person dies due to a drunk driving car crash every 52 minutes. That is one person almost every hour whose death can be prevented from drunk driving car crashes.

      The annual cost of alcohol-related incidents totals over 44 billion. With each accident, insurance rates, taxes, and medical costs increase to cover these costs.
      1 of every 8 nighttime, weekend drivers have marijuana in their system.

      In 2019, 10,142 died from drunk driving car accidents. This amounts to one-third of all fatal accidents in the US.

      Car crashes are the leading cause of teen deaths. Sadly, about a quarter of those crashes involve a 15-20-year-old (underage drinking) who had been driving under the influence of alcohol”

    290. Tgca says:

      No one is saying drunk driving behavior should be excused. We are saying it makes no sense to treat them differently than accidents and fatalities caused by other reckless behavior as well while driving that people know is dangerous and should not be doing but still make a conscious effort to engage in.

      Reckless behavior is reckless behavior!

      This notion of drunk driving should be treated differently is like the IDIOTIC laws that if you murder someone in cold blood it’s one level of penalty but if you murder someone in cold blood while using a racial slur than it’s a hate crime and the level of penalty should be higher.

      Why? Either way the same outcome occurred from the cold blooded murder.

      Would it make one feel better if their loved one was killed by someone speeding, driving recklessly, or texting as opposed to a drunk driver?

      Either way, the loved one is still dead from illegal behavior by a reckless driver.

    291. Tgca says:

      As for auto accidents and fatalities in the US, there are over 40,000 fatalities annually with about 10,000 from drunk driving and about 5,000 from bad weather. The 63% or 25,000 remaining fatalities are mainly from a combination of reckless behavior such as speeding and distractions like texting, talking on the phone, reading, eating, tuning the radio, not paying attention, etc.

      Bad behavior accounts for over 85% of auto fatalities. Even more so in accidents not causing fatalities.

    292. Tgca says:

      For the record, when I was in my yoot, I was in an auto accident where a woman drove recklessly and crashed into my car as I was driving down the street. She went through a stop sign and totaled the side of my car. Luckily, we were in like a 30 mph zone so there were no injuries.

      She cried and was all upset when the police came and at least admitted her fault which was obvious anyway. She was not arrested or prosecuted. Perhaps she should have been thrown in jail for 30 days and had her license revoked under Bitter’s rules if it was her 1st reckless driving incident.

    293. Tgca says:

      Yes, drunk driving has significant societal costs but so do many other reckless behaviors.

      Many health issues with UUUGE burdens to society result from reckless behaviors like drug use, smoking, obesity, and HIV and those societal costs are generally significantly greater than costs from drunk drivers.

      Bad behavior is bad behavior so if we want to quantify the costs to society, let’s be fair about it and include other behavioral costs that burden society as well.

      Most repeat drunk drivers have an addiction and illness like drug users or others suffering mental health conditions. They should not be excused for their behavior but neither should they be held to a higher standard than other equivalent behaviors resulting in similar outcomes.

    294. Tgca says:

      HAPPY FODDER’S DAY!!!

      Happy Juneteenth!!

      …and above all to those 20% of HHR posters who are LGBTQIA2S+…

      HAPPY GAY PRIDE!

    295. Bitterlaw says:

      CCC

    296. Bitterlaw says:

      I hope that Tgca lives a long and happy life. However, should his life be tragically cut short by a drunk driver, I will be there to advise the judge during sentencing.:

      Your Honor, Mr. Tgca would not want the Defendant to suffer unduly for taking his life. It was only the first time he killed somebody and even though his blood alcohol level was 3 times the legal limit, lots of people drive drunk. So, Your Honor, if you must impose a penalty, I respectfully suggest that you refer to the section of Florida law regarding the penalty for running a stop sign. Thank you.

    297. Tgca says:

      301

      Ditto!

      Should a reckless driver texting, on the phone, or speeding down your block run over your cat, I will be there to advise the judge like drunk drivers, the reckless driver should go to prison, lose their license, and forever be shamed by the liberal white elitists of Radnor.

    298. Tgca says:

      My issue is not with the penalties of drunk drivers but that the penalty for drunk drivers be equal to the penalty of anyone that operates a vehicle recklessly that endangers the lives of others.

      Why should people who cause fatalities due to reckless behavior when they’re sober get preferential treatment over those who cause fatalities due to reckless behavior when they are under the influence, especially when fatalities from drunk driving are significantly less than fatalities from other reckless behavior in operating vehicles?

    299. Tgca says:

      Anyways, let’s call a truce and not start the day off with your silly idiotic flat out STOOPID arguments and ruin everyone’s Juneteenth Holiday.

      Let’s take the time to celebrate.

      I will be celebrating my 13% African American heritage as I await Congress to pass reparations due me for the pain and suffering of my ancestors that torment me to this day. I only slept a little over 4 hours last night.

    300. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess even clowns need a day off.

    301. Tina says:

      Quote Tweet

      Tim Young
      @TimRunsHisMouth
      · 9h
      Everyone claims they have the greatest dad today – but did your dad get a Ukranian prosecutor fired so you could continue making 50k a month in an industry that you have no experience in while hooked on crack – AND get the Secret Service involved to ignore your federal gun crime?

    302. Tgca says:

      306

      Not everyone claims they had the greatest dad.

      Mine was a piece of sh*t that abandoned his kids to a life of poverty and abuse so he could selfishly pursue a life of promiscuity, drugs, and drinking that put him in an early grave from AIDS due to his intravenous drug use.

      The world is better place without such scum and he got everything he deserved.

      But I harbor absolutely no resentment and have no daddy issues whatsoever and just wanted to take this special day to recognize my dad.

      Now when is Mother’s Day so I can honor my selfish worthless mother too?

    303. Cash Cow TM says:

      HAPPY FATHER’S DAY TO ALL THE FATHERS HERE.

      (Got nuttin today for those on here who are muthers)

      *************************************************
      My suggestion is to cease the discussion on penalties for DUI.

      Nobody is going to change anybody’s views.

      Focus on the Hate America First, Destroy America, devolve society to the lowest common denominator, and take away all freedoms Democrat communists cult and how to obliterate them (politically, of course).

      And of course, “Man-Made Globull Warming”.

      ########################################

      “We pull hardest, when we all pull together.”

    304. Gordon Allen says:

      I had a great Dad,and Mother,and am forever grateful to them.
      Each to his own.

    305. Bitterlaw says:

      The world is better place without such scum and he got everything he deserved. – Tgca

      I had a great Dad,and Mother,and am forever grateful to them.
      Each to his own. – Gordon

      At the risk of being sensitive towards Tgclown, WTF.
      Each to his own? Tgclown did not choose his upbringing. He has every right to be angry towards his abusive dad. I respect resentment and anger.

    306. Wes says:

      My mom’s birthday was a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately because she and my dad weren’t at home that week I didn’t get to see her.

      Since today’s Father’s Day, I bought some steaks, baked potatoes, and garlic bread my cousin, who lives next to them, and I are cooking for them as a combination birthday/Father’s Day present.

      Happy Father’s Day to all fathers on HHR.

      Happy Juneteenth to anyone celebrating the holiday.

    307. Gordon Allen says:

      As usual a wrong interpretation.
      Perhaps better put,each to his own “experience”.
      I can only relate to my own.
      It is too bad others didn’t have parents like mine.They were totally dedicated to all 3 children,perhaps because theirs weren’t all great.

    308. Tgca says:

      If Wes really loved his dad, he would make him a healthy palate pleasing feast fit for a king starting with a green sprouts and beet roots salad tossed in a rice vinegar and ginger dressing followed by an entree of roasted tofu topped with seaweed sautéed in chili sauce served alongside steamed bok choy drizzled with a cilantro lime sauce, and then finished with a delicious kale and banana almond milk pudding, all washed down throughout the magnificent feast with multiple servings of iced hibiscus Kombucha.

      Shame! You can tell how much kids really love their parents by the way they treat them.

    309. Wes says:

      My parents would probably disown me if I made that kind of slop for them, Tg.

    310. Bitterlaw says:

      You would be prosecuted for elder abuse, Wes.

    311. Tgca says:

      GOOD! Not far enough but it’s a start.

      Penn Transgender swimmer Wil Thomas banned from elite competition…

      FINA, the international sporting organization followed by competitions, limits trannies from competing in swim events to only those that fully completed their transition by the age of 12. They cannot have started or completed puberty.

      It was adopted by over 70% of the worldwide member organizations of FINA.

      Now girls can have their sports back.

      If selfish tranny Thomas wants to compete, let him compete as a male so he can drop back to past 500th place where he was before in male competition before CHEATING allowed him to dominate women sports and take away opportunities from women.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/victory-penn-transgender-swimmer-wil-thomas-banned-from-elite-competition/

    312. Tgca says:

      314

      Ah! So the truth comes out.

      Wes feeding his parents unhealthy meals to get their estate. What an unscrupulous evil child.

      I bet he gives them alcohol and tobacco products too.

      Double SHAME!

    313. Tgca says:

      …back to the tranny Thomas.

      This ruling should have been done last year. Real women were denied opportunities because of him and the cowardice of leaders in the sports leagues to put a stop to his nonsense.

      Women who trained for years are vindicated by this ruling.

      Thomas should have his winning titles revoked and awarded to the rightful competitors.

      Either way, his legacy will FOREVER be tarnished now that the world knows what the rules really should be.

      Let his supporters whine and riot in the street if they think this is unfair so they can then see the vast majority of the people in the world reject their lunacy on this matter.

    314. Tgca says:

      Cwazy ash Bish!

      This is hysterical!

      Has mental breakdown and goes off on tirade of religious right..now wait for this…READY…because she blames them for increasing gas prices and she had to pay $98 to fill her tank at Costco and she has to choose between gas and food.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/meltdown-for-the-ages-glorious-tears/

    315. Bitterlaw says:

      I bet he gives them alcohol and tobacco products too.

      That got my dad to 94. Unfortunately, my mom died at the age of 69 on the same regimen.

    316. Wes says:

      I have to admit what Tgca said in 317 is hilarious. 🙂

    317. Bitterlaw says:

      I expected DW and SoHope to go to Heaven during the end times. All of HHR except me made it? Well, I always said I will keep posting until Dave shut this freak show down. Still here.

    318. jason says:

      The case for Trump 2024. I don’t buy all of it but it will irritate Amoral Scumbag.

      But I do agree with this part. Unfortunately too much of the GOP leadership still thinks the GOP can survive as the party of suburban elites.

      “Trump nearly singlehandedly turned the GOP into the party of the working man because, despite his flamboyance and his gold-plated bidets, he genuinely respected guys who built things, who drove things, and who fought wars. It wasn’t fake – he grew up on construction sites. The toffs and puffboys with their Ivy League degrees scoff at that notion, as if they would ever dirty their dainty paws working, but you can’t fake that – not for seven years. Working folks saw him and saw an (unlikely) ally, and that meant we Republicans suddenly had access to voters Miracle Whip Mitt could never attract. You look at the GOP stampede of Latinx voters – who hate that stupid word with a passion – and you have to understand that it would not be possible without Donald J. Trump.”

      https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2022/06/20/the-case-for-donald-trump-2024-n2608957

    319. jason says:

      He has every right to be angry towards his abusive dad. I respect resentment and anger.”

      I don’t.

      “Honour thy father and thy mother”

    320. Phil says:

      zzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    321. Robbie says:

      Eric Greitens
      @EricGreitens
      We are sick and tired of the Republicans in Name Only surrendering to Joe Biden & the radical Left.

      Order your RINO Hunting Permit today!

      https://twitter.com/EricGreitens/status/1538876823978713089?s=20&t=Yy60Hx4N-RCC0QNbV34zkw

      – This clown is completely unfit to serve in the Senate.

      Less than two weeks ago, a crazed person showed up to kill a Supreme Court justice. Five years ago, a crazed lunatic nearly killed a sitting Congressman. Protests are occurring nightly outside the homes of judges to intimidate them.

      Yet, the MAGA moron thinks it would be a great idea to run a commercial in which he talks about RINO hunting permits.

    322. Tina says:

      Way to go neoconartists

      Ruble at 5 year high,

      Russia selling more oil than ever before. #1 customer is the China, which is the country that the gop-e loves the most.

    323. hugh says:

      So the new ABC poll shows support for the 1/6 committee and charging trump. The demographics are a joke. They are working very hard to help out the democrats, but I think it is backfiring. People are really struggling and the democrats priorities are 1/6 and transgendering our children.

    324. Robbie says:

      Scott Wong
      @scottwongDC
      Now Trump calling McCarthy’s decision to yank all Republicans off Jan. 6 committee “foolish.”

      “it was a bad decision not to have representation on that committee,” Trump said. “That was a very, very foolish decision …”

      – LOL! What MAGA daddy giveth, MAGA daddy taketh away.

      Donnie demanded Republicans boycott this investigation so his clapping seal pet McCarthy complied.

      Now, MAGA daddy is predictably upset none of his people are on the committee to defend him. Poor Kevin McCarthy.

      Always remember. Trump is a one-way street. There is no placating him.

    325. jason says:

      Reporter: “You’re lifting the tariffs [on China]?”

      Biden: “WE are in the process of making up MY mind.”

    326. jason says:

      really struggling and the democrats priorities are 1/6 and transgendering our children.”

      That is why Amoral Scumbag is here talking about Greiten’s ads….

    327. jason says:

      Yet, the MAGA moron thinks it would be a great idea to run a commercial in which he talks about RINO hunting permits.”

      Worried, huh?

    328. jason says:

      This clown is completely unfit to serve in the Senate.”

      Translation: Amoral Scumbag thinks he might get on the ballot.

    329. Gordon Allen says:

      Tina: a firm Russia/ China Axis has been established. This is a geo-strategic disaster of the First order. As Kissinger predicted.

    330. Tina says:

      Gordon, the gop-e fail to recognize that with their bizarro 1970s foreign policy.

    331. Gordon Allen says:

      Tina: You’re right that the newly created Russia China Axis is a disaster.

    332. Gordon Allen says:

      Exactly as was predicted by Kissinger.

    333. Gordon Allen says:

      Apparently China was not deterred by threats of consequences of aiding Russia by the US

    334. Tina says:

      According to,Reuters, the best performing currency is the Ruble.

      Way to go uni war party.

      Btw, when is the next $60 billion in grift to Ukraine being sent?

    335. Gordon Allen says:

      The last three posts by me were in one; that was moderated.

    336. Gordon Allen says:

      It was still short,but did mention the names of both the US leader and China’s leader. The only difference.

    337. Tina says:

      I don’t see how Republicans (when they get control) do not begin impeachment hearings on Merrick, the most corrupt ag ever. Lying about targeting parents demonstrating at schoo board hearings and this sheot below:

      Attorney General Merrick Garland on #January6thHearings: “I am watching and I will be watching all of the hearings…and I can assure you that the January 6th prosecutors are watching all the hearings as well.” pic.twitter.com/Oi4AhYvrAX

    338. Gordon Allen says:

      No matter what is said,there are Algorithms that plainly moderate by certain content by certain posters.

    339. jason says:

      No matter what is said,there are Algorithms that plainly moderate by certain content by certain posters.”

      There is a Deep State!

    340. Bitterlaw says:

      So Republicans are mired in 1970s foreign policy and the solution is Henry Kissinger – the architect of much of that foreign policy? I love it here.

    341. Tina says:

      Yes also mirred in general stupidity, weakness, and ineffectiveness.

    342. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      BREAKING: The Bennett Regime in Israel has collapsed. Good Riddance! There will be new elections in three months. I sense a Bibi comeback.

      https://www.israelnationalnews.com/news/355235

    343. jason says:

      CNN getting ready to blame Russia for 2022 election results.

      “US is worried about Russia using new efforts to exploit divisions in 2022 midterms”

    344. Bitterlaw says:

      Don’t tell Tina that isolationism became impossible after the invention of the airplane.

    345. Cash Cow TM says:

      I hear them talking during sports shows about “Stanley’s Cup”.

      Who IS this Stanley?
      Why would they take his athletic support (jock strap) and make it into a trophy?
      If he is still PLAYING, would he not need to wear his cup?

    346. Cash Cow TM says:

      Election Calendar

      Info so you can plan your popcorn purchases in advance to nosh on when the results come in.

      #####################################

      Tues. June 21

      – Virginia Primary

      – Washington, DC Primary

      – Alabama runoff

      – Georgia runoff
      ***************************************

      Tues. June 28

      – Colorado Primary

      – Illinois Primary

      – New York Primary (US Senate, Statewide Offices, State Assembly)

      – Oklahoma Primary

      – OK US Senate Special Dem Primary

      – OK US Senate Special GOP Primary

      – Utah Primary

      – Mississippi runoff

      – South Carolina runoff

      – NE US House 1 Special General
      *********************************************

      Tues. July 19

      – Maryland Primary

    347. Gordon Allen says:

      So,Bitter,you 1 don’t agree that Russia and China are clearly now in lockstep,or 2 You feel that is of no consequence to US National Security.
      Kissinger feels 1 is happening before our eyes. Is that right or wrong?

    348. jason says:

      Don’t tell Tina that isolationism became impossible after the invention of the airplane.”

      The Internet was a big blow too.

    349. Gordon Allen says:

      If 1 is right,why do you feel that is not an extremely negative development? Exactly,please,for once.
      Diversions to the 1970’s,your typical avoidance strategy,won’t work.

    350. jason says:

      Hey Bitter, remember when Neville Allen claimed the Russians were no threat to anybody and couldn’t harm a fly?

      Well, I guess not that they are “lockstep” with China they are a threat after all.

      Who wouda thunk?

    351. jason says:

      that is “now that they are “lockstep”

    352. jason says:

      You feel that is of no consequence to US National Security.”

      Zzzzz….

      This from the same moron who claims attempting to recreate the Soviet Union is no threat to the US and “of no consequence to US National Security”.

    353. Gordon Allen says:

      Bitter and Jason sure seem like the ” isolationists” with respect to their pals in China.
      Our primary global threat.
      And Putins pal and supporter.

    354. jason says:

      I don’t mean to be unkind (heavens no) but if the Deep State is censoring Neville Allen’s posts they might just not be all that bad….

    355. Gordon Allen says:

      Jason: factoid. The Soviet Union disappeared in 1991.
      I knew your history was weak,but not that weak

      And yes the SOVIET UNION was a mortal threat.
      Putin’s Russia is not the USSR,and is nowhere near the threat the Soviets were

    356. jason says:

      Russia and China are both geopolitical foes that have to be dealt with. Both are threats.

      Russia didn’t just become a threat because of any alignment with China.

      But maybe Neville Allen and his fellow isolationists are finally waking up.

    357. Gordon Allen says:

      And how is your Ukraine policy working out,for Ukraine,and the US and Europe as we speak??
      Not too well.

    358. jason says:

      Putin’s Russia is not the USSR”

      But Putin has made clear that disbanding it was a mistake, and that he intends to recreate a greater Russia.

      Too bad you are too stupid to take him at his word (and actions).

    359. jason says:

      And how is your Ukraine policy”

      What is my “Ukraine policy”, moron?

    360. jason says:

      Bitter and Jason sure seem like the ” isolationists” with respect to their pals in China.”

      Bitter, we have pals in China!

    361. Gordon Allen says:

      Another historical correction. I opposed the USSR so much from the getgo,I favored sending them to the wolves,the real Nazi Wolves,while hoping they killed each other handsomely. ( Like Harry Truman)
      You do remember my posts

    362. Gordon Allen says:

      And have always opposed
      Communist China,and ALL Communist regimes.
      My difference is I don’t think Luhansk and Donets are that critical to the US,especially as it seems they’re likely to end up Russian as it is.Thats all.

    363. Gordon Allen says:

      Anyway Ukraine is … producing nothing of strategic benefit to the US,and ironically might be making Putin stronger at home. The likely end is,well,likely.
      I want to talk about Joe B and his shower partner!!
      Can you imagine if this were Trump!!

    364. Bitterlaw says:

      Russia and China hate each other. They hate America more. Both can be true.

      Russia and China are both threats. We can’t ignore Russia to focus only on China.

    365. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      · 1h
      NEW: I&I/TIPP Poll

      In general, how responsible are President Biden’s policies for causing the current inflation?

      Responsible: 64%
      Not Responsible: 25%

      Responsible/Not Responsible
      Dem: 53/39
      GOP: 88/8
      Indie: 63/26

      1,310 Adults / 06/08-06/10
      https://issuesinsights.com/2022/06/20/even-democrats-blame-biden-for-surging-inflation-ii-tipp-poll/

    366. Robbie says:

      This was entirely predictable. The bat signal is about to go out from Trump world. The Trump minions should be prepared to take down DeSantis. Here’s the key graph:

      “Trump World is working overtime to find ways to burn DeSantis down. They really hate him,” the consultant said. The source, who knows both Trump and DeSantis, added that many are lining up to be involved in a DeSantis presidential campaign, though the governor has not officially said he’s running.

      I have no doubt several in this forum will dutifully comply.

      https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2022/06/27/can-ron-desantis-displace-donald-trump-as-the-gops-combatant-in-chief

    367. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      June 20, 2022 at 11:22 am
      This clown is completely unfit to serve in the Senate.”

      Translation: Amoral Scumbag thinks he might get on the ballot.

      – Nothing makes me smile more than watching Jason fraud shill for a sexual deviant like Greitens. He tied up the woman who cut his hair, took sexually compromising pictures of her, and then threatened her.

      No wonder Jason fraud thinks Greitens is great. Former Democrat scumbag candidates backed by the likes of Steve Bannon are who he supports unconditionally these days.

    368. jason says:

      He tied up the woman who cut his hair, took sexually compromising pictures of her, and then threatened her.”

      Zzzzzz….nice Dem talking points.

      Actually it seems like he had a consensual relationship with a woman who happened to be his hairdresser and consented to whatever kinky sex they had, including pix.

      And btw where are the pix? Seemed they disappeared.

      Hilarious that someone with a moral compass of a floating turd that thought Michael Avenatti was a model of virtue for America actually thinks he is morally superior to Greitens.

    369. jason says:

      And btw, I never supported Greitens, I always said I preferred Hartzler or Schmitt.

      But Greitens would be a much better senator than any Democrat.

    370. jason says:

      LOL

      Now Amoral Scumbag is actually quoting the New Yorker?

      I guess he has really given up any pretense of not being just another left wing troll.

    371. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag LOVES convicted fraudsters like Avenatti, but comes here to see if can distract from Biden’s disastrous presidency.

    372. Gordon Allen says:

      The problem we have is what do we do with Russia and China when they are closely aligned?
      They can’t now be considered separately, which is THE colossal problem we now have.
      An epochally bad situation created recently,outweighing everything else in importance.

    373. Gordon Allen says:

      But the Ukraine war is close to being a done deal,as is the Russia/ China axis that it helped to create. How about Biden taking showers with Ashley??

    374. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      BREAKING:
      Gun Bill reached courtesy of my Senators in NC, Burr and Tillis and in PA, Toomey.

      https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/jun/20/text-bipartisan-gun-bill-expected-tuesday-after-st/?utm_source=Twitter&utm_medium=SocialFlow

    375. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      381. “The problem we have is what do we do with Russia and China when they are closely aligned?
      They can’t now be considered separately, which is THE colossal problem we now have.”

      The Russians have spent two months throwing the bulk of their forces at the Ukrainian city of Severodonetsk, but have still not been able to totally occupy it. Meanwhile, they have make incremental gains elsewhere, but are on the defensive areas of of the south such has Kherson.
      This is hardly an imposing military; and it has taken huge losses of manpower and equipment. Now Putin is fuming over NATO providing the Ukrainians with more advanced weaponry. The fact Russia is exhausting its military forces in the Ukraine is weaking them, and an alignment with China is not going to erase this fact.

      China and Russia have been talking cooperating for a long-time, but are their respective militaries training together, or is China supplying troops or arms to Russia to use in the Ukraine? We need to stand up in situations like this, not cower. This country badly needs another Reagan.

    376. NYCmike says:

      “Gun Bill reached courtesy of my Senators in NC, Burr and Tillis and in PA, Toomey.”

      -Robbie to say ZERO about this, especially once Biden signs the bill.

    377. NYCmike says:

      New gun Legislation will not make any difference in regard to gun violence.

      Enforcing current laws on the books, just like in regard to immigration, violent crime and any other category, will do the job more effectively than selling out the 2nd amendment to the left.

    378. jason says:

      We need to stand up in situations like this, not cower.”

      Be careful, the Putin Appeasers will crap their pants if they read that.

    379. Wobbles says:

      How about Biden taking showers with Ashley??”

      Cleanliness is next to Godliness.

      I am more worried that Greitens likes kinky consensual sex.

    380. jason says:

      “Gun Bill reached courtesy of my Senators in NC, Burr and Tillis and in PA, Toomey.”

      So “all law abiding gun owners are criminals Toomey” can lay one last turd on America before leaving.

    381. jason says:

      The problem we have is what do we do with Russia and China when they are closely aligned?”

      If Russia is not a threat to anyone, why worry if it is aligned with China?

    382. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Will give Biden credit; few presidents acchieve these numbers:

      Direction of Country
      USA Today/Suffolk

      Right Direction 16%
      Wrong Track 71%
      Wrong Track +55

    383. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Am curious, as a Westerner and gun-owner, what are the provisions of the compromise gun bill that should concern me?

    384. NYCmike says:

      “Am curious, as a Westerner and gun-owner, what are the provisions of the compromise gun bill that should concern me?”

      -The fact that it is even being negotiated is a concern.

      We are speaking about the 2nd Amendment to the United States Constitution. Is that what you are speaking about?

    385. NYCmike says:

      I saw one comment – “When the FBI/ATF/name a federal agency arrests Hunter Biden for knowingly lying on his gun permit request, then we will know that Democrats/Big Gov’t can be trusted to enforce any expansion of gun laws.”

      The point is the same – just like with immigration law, criminal law, etc, there are already plenty of laws, they just need to be enforced equally for all people. There is a reason Lady Justice wears a blindfold – ENFORCE CURRENT LAW!

    386. NYCmike says:

      Cheers, and Good night!

    387. jason says:

      Am curious, as a Westerner and gun-owner, what are the provisions of the compromise gun bill that should concern me?”

      Remember when Obama said Obamacare was a “compromise” between Rs and Ds (because it didn’t completely end private insurance/have a public option) when really it was a “compromise” within the Dem caucus because a few more moderate members like Lincoln, Nelson and Lieberman wouldn’t vote for the full socialized medicine package? It was still a huge 3500 boondoggle designed to bring about more government control over 1/6th of the economy.

      This gun bill is no “compromise”, it is a bill 50 leftists have come up with to attack the 2nd Amendment and watered down enough to attract a few
      Rs. Do you believe ANY of the Dems see this as anything else than a “small step to the goal”?

      The problem is that you are dealing with people who are not interested in any “reasonable gun control laws”, these people want a full dismantling of 2nd amendment rights.

      So you have to understand that any concessions you make are just going to lead to demands for more concessions.

      “Red flag” laws sound non-threatening, right? Everyone agrees there are people that shouldn’t be able to own guns due to criminal history or mental illness. But allowing family members and the police to decide you are a threat to society without any due process is a very slippery slope. Maybe the fact you post on conservative blogs makes you a threat to society according to some leftwing nutjob.

      So to answer your question, what you should be concerned as a Westerner and a gun owner, is the attempt by the Dems to erode your 2nd Amendment rights, because that is their sole objective. You have to decide how much you are willing to contribute to their objective.

    388. Bitterlaw says:

      SDC – Just accept that mass shootings are never going to stop. People killing each other with legal and illegal guns is never going to stop. The current gun laws are useless. New gun laws are useless. I am not being sarcastic. I am just resigned to it. Beyond schools and other soft targets having armed people protecting them, the carnage will continue.

    389. EML says:

      Now Amoral Scumbag is actually quoting the New Yorker?

      I guess he has really given up any pretense of not being just another left wing troll.
      =============================
      Read that New Yorker article yesterday. 10,000 word leftist hit piece on Ron DeSantis. There are many on the Left who are very much afraid of his candidacy. Of course, out of the 10,000 words, Wobbly picks the one sentence that fits his agenda.

    390. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      jason #396
      I do not know how old SDC is or how long he has resided in CA, but you are so right when claiming:

      “The problem is that you are dealing with people who are not interested in any “reasonable gun control laws”, these people want a full dismantling of 2nd amendment rights.”

      I resided in CA for decades and the slippery slope argument became a reality there over time.

    391. Bitterlaw says:

      CD

    392. Tina says:

      The right track /wrong track numbers are awful. I don’t know if mute 43 even reached those numbers.

      Look for the Russian hoaxer to come around today,

      Bad Biden polling = Russian hoaxer in full hoaxer mode.

    393. Tina says:

      Look also for an appearance by the Clinton Groupie.

      If those awful numbers persist look for the Clinton Groupie and the Russian hoaxer to flip their support back to her Thighness, who they wanted in 2016.

    394. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina – I will not be shocked if Biden resigns after the midterms for “health reasons” and Hillary runs in 2024.

    395. Wobbles says:

      What is that suicide hotline number again? I need it for a friend.

      “Biden is now the most unpopular POTUS in *United States history.

      Now has the all time worst POTUS approval at the 517 day mark, per @FiveThirtyEight”

      After I give him the number I will be by to talk about Fauci, Trump, Oz, Mastriano, Greitens or jason.

    396. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/supreme-court-rejects-maine-s-ban-on-aid-to-religious-schools/ar-AAYHYli?ocid=entnewsntp&pc=U531&cvid=f4e9bff425044c3884ad88d148c4c9f4

      Tina hardest hit. John Roberts wrote the Majority opinion that struck down Maine’s ban on aid to religious schools.

    397. jason says:

      10,000 word leftist hit piece on Ron DeSantis.”

      But don’t worry, if he is nominated, Amoral Scumbag won’t be here quoting any leftists pieces on DeSantis.

      Although he quoted that now, he actually supports DeSantis, despite claiming he is a Trump clone, turd, a clown, and a total bum.

    398. jason says:

      Tina hardest hit. John Roberts wrote the Majority opinion that struck down Maine’s ban on aid to religious schools.”

      Roberts probably just made Tina’s DINO list.

    399. Tina says:

      80+ million ballots to most unpopular American president evah.

    400. Tina says:

      What did roberts do for obumbler care?

      Vax mandates?

      Census data?

      Joined the leftists, rightL

    401. Wes says:

      You have to remember, Bitter, Roberts is a Republican not named Trump; ergo, Tina will scour Gateway Pundit for any talking points to assault him with even when he does something she would agree with.

    402. Tina says:

      You have to remember the American last deadenders will cling to roberts like flies on sheot,

      Btw, don’t be surprised on the abortion opinion, if it’s changed.
      Roberts should have already issued rhe formal opinion. Not let his colleagues flee their homes or face assassination attempts.

    403. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      ·
      46m
      Joe Biden’s net Approval hits ALL TIME LOW in 538 average of polls –almost 6 points lower than Trump’s at this point in office

      39.5% approve, 54.6% disapprove
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    404. Robbie says:

      Greg Kelly
      @gregkellyusa
      Many people have certain “proclivities” and “interests” that they’d rather not see on the front page of a newspaper. But ERIC GREITENS? He TIED UP a lady with ROPE and BLACKMAILED HER. NOT FIT FOR OFFICE. Btw , it’s “nice” that he was in the Navy SEALS, but GET OVER YOURSELF!!

      – Will Jason fraud call Greg Kelly, Newsmax host and Trump booster, an amoral scumbag for not supporting the awesomeness of Eric Greitens?

    405. Wes says:

      In other words, Tina can’t refute what I said. That’s exactly what I suspected.

    406. jason says:

      Now has the all time worst POTUS approval at the 517 day mark, per @FiveThirtyEight”

      After I give him the number I will be by to talk about Fauci, Trump, Oz, Mastriano, Greitens or jason.”

      and voilá….. I am prescient…

      – Will Jason fraud call Greg Kelly, Newsmax host and Trump booster, an amoral scumbag for not supporting the awesomeness of Eric Greitens?”

    407. jason says:

      Joe Biden’s net Approval hits ALL TIME LOW in 538 average of polls –almost 6 points lower than Trump’s at this point in office”

      No wonder Amoral Scumbag is here talking about Greiten’s consensual kinky sex.

    408. Wes says:

      Mnw is sounding the alarm about Greitens on RRH. People are refusing to listen, repeatedly saying, “Missouri is too red to elect a Dem Senator,” or some such.

      Well, while flipping Senate seats in bad midterms is unusual for the President’s party, it’s not unprecedented.

      In 1930, Republicans flipped the Class 2 Senate seat in Iowa despite the overall election results, which served as a preview of the electoral disaster to come.

      In 1950, even though Truman’s popularity was on the decline and Republicans win several seats in the Senate, Dems flipped the Class 3 Senate seat.

      In 1974, in the wake of Watergate, Democrats–who hadn’t lost a Senate race in Nevada since 1952–lost a Senate seat to the GOP narrowly despite the national wave benefiting them.

      Believe Greitens can’t lose if you want. History says the possibility is very real.

    409. Phil says:

      Anyone seen anything from Corey lately on his boy Biden?

      Naw. Me neither.

    410. Wes says:

      Another example:

      In 1986, while gaining a gross of nine seats from the Republicans, Democrats lost the very seat Greitens is running for in Missouri despite having held it for 36 years straight.

      That Democrats can gain this seat is far from impossible despite how casually some posters want to dismiss the very idea that Greitens can be the next Roy Moore.

    411. jason says:

      – Will Jason fraud call Greg Kelly, Newsmax host and Trump booster, an amoral scumbag for not supporting the awesomeness of Eric Greitens”

      No, I just have a difference of opinion with him. Someone remind him that ropes are what people use to tie other people up if that is their pleasure.
      This woman admitted to “multiple sexual encounters” with Greitens in his basement. As such I believe this to be a consensual relationship. People rarely go back for more if they object being tied up.

      I call you an amoral scumbag because you have been here 15 years with the same old tired lying dishonest despicable schtick everyone here caught onto long ago, and the fact you have the moral compass of a floating turd.

    412. Tina says:

      Phil, they will be touting Hillary soon,

      Don’t worry the Russian hoaxer will soon attack again ome other R candidate.

    413. Tina says:

      Muh rope and blackmail.

      What about your president showering with his daughter?

      Or what about your president refusing to acknowledge his granddaughter?

      What about his porn hub account,

      The Russian hoaxer and the Clinton Groupie said buden was more moral than the president who tweeted.

    414. jason says:

      I think Greitens wins easily if he is nominated.

      I don’t think most Rs care about his hairdresser affair and most understand the charges by the ex-wife were a political hit job.

      That being said I would prefer not to take any chances and hope he will lose the primary.

    415. Tina says:

      Just cause he gets one opinion right, what about the bigger ones that he was terrible? I listed several specifically.

      Roberts is another bad decision by mute 43. It’s compounded because Bushie made him chief judge.

    416. Tina says:

      They need to impeach the ag for lying, but they won’t do sheot. Murrick must be impeached for sending fib goons to harass protesters at school meetings/investigating the protesters. He lied to Congress.

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/06/attorney-mike-davis-war-room-gop-must-begin-impeachment-proceedings-7-biden-officials-starting-january-2023-video/

    417. Bitterlaw says:

      I think Jason posted previously that Roberts, Thomas and Alito voted together 90%+ on cases. Maybe he has the link.

    418. jason says:

      Roberts is an ideological conservative and that is why he votes with the other conservatives 90% of the time.

      Claims he is a “liberal” are ridiculous, and nothing proves it more than this decision. No liberal would have voted to extend the benefits to religious schools.

      Conservatives don’t agree with all his decision? Such is life.

    419. Robbie says:

      Stephen Caruso
      @StephenJ_Caruso
      ICYMI: The next round of Pennsylvania campaign finance reports are out. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Josh Shapiro has $13.4 million on hand heading into the summer. Republican candidate Doug Mastriano has $397,000.

      – Good job, everyone.

    420. Tgca says:

      399.

      Sheeple is correct. The point is to slowly whittle down the 2A rights until states find ways to get around it legally.

      The left is NEVER satisfied with a compromise. They move further and further until they achieve their goal.

      As an example, remember when the LGB community, before its many additional acronyms were added, just wanted the same legal rights as straights to marry or enter into contracts to cover healthcare, estates, etc. which was reasonable.

      Now they openly prey on children in schools to expose them to sex and promiscuity at extremely young ages and there is a growing group in the community pushing to reduce penalties for pedophiles just like they got the laws changed in CA that says if you knowingly infect someone with HIV, it is no longer a felony.

      This is an example of how the left operates and what they do to the 2A. The GOP senators who voted for compromise that will ultimately put the 2A at risk should all be voted out in their next election.

    421. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      June 21, 2022 at 12:12 pm
      – Will Jason fraud call Greg Kelly, Newsmax host and Trump booster, an amoral scumbag for not supporting the awesomeness of Eric Greitens”

      No, I just have a difference of opinion with him. Someone remind him that ropes are what people use to tie other people up if that is their pleasure.
      This woman admitted to “multiple sexual encounters” with Greitens in his basement. As such I believe this to be a consensual relationship. People rarely go back for more if they object being tied up.

      – Got it. Jason fraud likes candidates who tie up their lovers, blackmail them, and threaten them with harm.

      There’s no depth to which Jason fraud won’t sink to defend Trump and his scumbag buddies.

      You’re a fraud and a morally bankrupt one at that.

    422. Tgca says:

      427

      I do not believe Roberts is a liberal anymore than Romney or Cheney. But he is an opportunist and coward who has damaged the court’s reputation with his weak leadership.

      On the cases that REALLY mattered, he waters them down. He is more interested in how the court is viewed and his reputation among the DC elite than doing justice.

      In my view, he is like Fauci, more interested in promoting himself than justice in this case.

    423. Robbie says:

      Jason fraud: “Ted Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne were in private relationship. Some people find the experience of drowning to be sexually stimulating. If Ted Kennedy felt it was ok to leave Mary Jo to drown in a car he drove into the water because he thought it would sexually arouse her, then that’s between the two of them.”

    424. Tgca says:

      Robbie objects to Greiten’s private sexual escapades but doesn’t care that Grandpa Bush felt up young lady’s a$$es on multiple occasions which is a prosecutable crime in most states I believe.

      How many people here would be ok with ANY man groping, pinching, or slapping the a$$es of their female family members?

      Can we say HYPOCRISY!!!

    425. Bitterlaw says:

      432 I’m throwing the flag on Robbie’s post. It is too low for HHR and that is almost impossible to do,

    426. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag is now defending Ted Kennedy driving drunk and leaving Mary Jo to die?

      Not surprising from someone who thinks Michael Avenatti is the moral compass for America.

    427. DW says:

      Exit poll from VA_02 GOP primary shows Jen Kiggans with a commanding lead.

    428. jason says:

      Yes, I don’t care if some people enjoy bondage and other S & M stuff during sex. I think its weird but it doesn’t disqualify anybody from public office.

      Greitens was never charged with anything related to any abuse or blackmail.

    429. Tina says:

      She is making Putzaki seem honest in comparison.

      Recession? What Recession…: WH Press Secretary Claims the US is Now Entering a Period of “Stable and Steady Growth” –

    430. Tgca says:

      437

      Agreed! I might not vote for such freaky people though but it should not disqualify them from running. Let the voters decide.

      Now, if you cheat on your spouse or have been married more than twice…WELL…that’s another issue because it goes to character and whether someone of such character should actually hold high office.

      The following have had multiple marriages and should NEVER be POTUS:

      Muhammad Ali
      Kim Kardashian
      Jennifer Lopez
      William Shatner
      Frank Sinatra
      Liza Minnelli
      Tom Cruise

      …not that Ali or Sinatra would care at this point.

      …and Kardashian may be eligible for justice at SCOTUS once she finishes her law self-studies and passes the bar.

    431. Cash Cow TM says:

      Here is a speech given by one of the goats in the
      barnyard this morning. When he finished his
      extemporaneous speech, he got a standing ovation
      by all in the barnyard.

      ************************************************
      PART ONE

      “We are still going full bore the ‘Biden Bungle,
      Befuddle, Bitch Back Better’ plan where the U.S.
      economy is to be sacrificed on the altar of Man-
      Made Glow-bull Warming…and all the negative
      unforeseen consequences that this sacrifice
      brings…

      Still wanting to refuse to use our own HUNDREDS OF
      YEARS WORTH OF proven U.S. fossil fuels in a very
      sound environmental way and instead strike deals
      with repressive, anti-American regimes in
      Venezuela, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Russia(?) to
      produce ENVIRONMENTALLY DIRTY fuels we can buy
      from them and enrich them. And push Americans to
      buy electric cars with dirty mined lithium
      batteries produced almost entirely by repressive
      CHINA. The environmental and social and economic
      and environmental hypocrisy is overwhelming and unbearable.

      Still close our eyes to the immense threats of an
      unsecure southern border and do NOTHING concerning
      the millions of ILLEGALS cross into the U.S. as
      well as enough illegal fentanyl and other illegal
      drugs to kill everyone in America, enriching the
      Mexico drug cartels with BILLIONS OF DOLLARS PER
      YEAR in sex trafficking, human trafficking, drug
      trafficking, smuggling. No invasion to see
      here…move on…”

    432. Tgca says:

      Fat slob rants

      ‘Keep your religion out of my vagina’

      …probably because she’s hoarding a few cheeseburgers and supersize fries there

      …ain’t no chance anyone’s going down there so her stash is safe.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/keep-your-religion-out-of-my-vagina/

    433. Tina says:

      eractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      · Jun 13
      Biden’s Approval Rating Hits Record Low, IBD/TIPP poll

      Biden Job Approval
      Approve 37%
      Disapprove 49%

      The Economy
      Approve 25%
      Disapprove 52%

      Independents
      Approve 27%
      Disapprove 56%

      Independents: The Economy
      Approve 15%
      Disapprove 58%

      1,310 A
      https://investors.com/politics/president-bidens-approval-rating-sinks-to-new-low-on-inflation-woes-ibd-tipp-june-2022/

    434. Cash Cow TM says:

      Hal will not let me post the other parts of the goat’s speech this morning.

      I think Hal is anti-goat.

      FU, Hal.

    435. Wes says:

      Yesterday was the 47th anniversary of the greatest monster movie of all time–Jaws (1975) starring an ensemble cast consisting of Roy Scheider, Dustin Hoffman, Robert Shaw, Murray Hamilton, and 25 feet and three tons of anthropophagus shark.

      Jaws created the summer blockbuster as well as its own subgenre of violent animals with a taste for human flesh. It’s a remarkable movie to this day, and I can’t wait to see the 50th anniversary showing on the big screen in 2025.

    436. Cash Cow TM says:

      I think William Shatner would have been a far better president than Hillary, Obama, Carter, Biden…

    437. Wes says:

      Anthropophagous*

      I hate Autocorrect.

    438. Wes says:

      What-do-you-mean-by-say-ing-Shat-ner-would-be-a-good-Pres-i-dent-Walt?

    439. jason says:

      Here is a speech given by one of the goats in the
      barnyard this morning. When he finished his
      extemporaneous speech, he got a standing ovation
      by all in the barnyard.”

      Zzzzzz….just another attempt by Walt to make his goats seem more erudite than my llamas.

      My llamas are eloquent too despite being limited to Quechua.

    440. Wobbles says:

      Wow, I can get three pix with Kamala for the price of one?

      Damm, I haven’t been this excited since Michael Avenatti said he positively could confirm Kavanaugh ran gang rape parties and announced for President.

    441. Tina says:

      John Rininyn announces a new gun deal.

    442. Tina says:

      Duh.

      Bloomberg Politics
      ·
      2 hours ago
      Liz Cheney is paying the price in her home state for crossing Trump

    443. jason says:

      The best movie I ever saw was The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

      It’s only #10 on the Top 250 IDMB Chart, but what do they know?

      Jaws would not make my top 10, but definitely my Top 20.

      Rounding out my top 10, not in order.

      Apocalypse Now
      The Longest Day
      Mad Max (original)
      Blazing Saddles
      Indiana Jones (original)
      Full Metal Jacket
      The Sting
      Das Boot
      The Man who Shot Liberty Valance

      “You’re gonna need a bigger boat” is certainly one of the top movie lines ever, definitely top 10.

      Other top 10 movie lines:
      “You have no respect for women…..So I guess dinner and a blow job is out of the question…I guess…. well forget dinner” (Cadillac Man)

      “I crap bigger than you” (City Slickers)

      “Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damm” (Gone with the Wind)

      “Round up the usual suspects” (Casablanca)

      “I will be back” Terminator

      “You’ve got to ask yourself one question ..do you feel lucky…well, do ya, punk?” Dirty Harry

      “Bond. James Bond” (all of them)

      “I love the smell of napalm in the morning (Apocalypse Now”

      “You talking to me”? Taxi Driver

    444. jason says:

      If I can put 11 movies in my top 10, I would put Waterworld..

      I know everyone panned it, but I think it is a great movie…Dennis Hopper should have gotten an Oscar…. actually only got one nomination.

    445. Gordon Allen says:

      The original ALIEN movie in 1979,with Sigourney Weaver debut, was pretty good and scary Wes.

    446. Wes says:

      Oh, definitely, Gordon.

      Alien was Ridley Scott’s sophomore effort as a director following the brilliant but largely forgotten The Duellists (1976). Aliens (1986) was a solid follow-up to Alien, but I’ve always felt Alien is the best movie in the series.

    447. jason says:

      Yeah, the original Alien was good. And you got to see Sigourney Weaver in panties as a bonus.

    448. jason says:

      Did Walensky get cancelled?

      Not that I care.

      “BIDEN: “You see Dr. Jha, see that guy right there? He’s the guy that’s running the CDC for me these days.”

    449. Wes says:

      I’ve seen so many movies a Top Ten is hard for me, but I’ll give it a try:

      Metropolis (1927)
      Citizen Kane (1941)
      D.O.A. (1949)
      Rashomon (1950)
      Seven Samurai (1954)
      Seventh Seal (1957)
      Touch of Evil (1958)
      Psycho (1960)
      Jaws (1975)
      Alien (1979)

    450. Tina says:

      Our country is run by idiots.

      Quote Tweet

      Preston Pysh
      @PrestonPysh
      · 5h
      Russian Ruble up +42% against the dollar since the start of the war.

    451. Bitterlaw says:

      My Top 10 (and I don’t care if they have artistic merit)

      Jaws
      Goodfellas
      Star Wars – A New Hope
      Raiders of the Lost Ark (original)
      The Bad News Bears (original)
      Remember the Titans
      Top Gun
      Rocky (original)
      Cinderella Man
      Gladiator

    452. jason says:

      Heh….3 top 10 lists.

      Only 2 movies made 2 lists, 0 made all 3.

    453. Wes says:

      I would say Gladiator (2000) is Ridley Scott’s last great movie, Bitter. It’s definitely derivative of the sword-and-sandal and peplum flicks of the 1940s and 1950s starring Victor Mature and Steve Reeves but boasts fine acting–especially from Russell Crowe, Connie Nielsen, and Joaquin Phoenix–and Scott’s trademark breathtaking visuals.

    454. Wes says:

      You were around when people first started making movies in 1895, Walt.

      What’s your Top Ten?

    455. Tina says:

      Tomorrow the Atlanta Fed will show 2nd quarter gdp as negative,

      RECESSION.

    456. DW says:

      1. Ben Hur
      2. Master and Commander
      3. The Quiet Man
      4. Chariots of Fire
      5. The Man Who Shot Liberty Vallance
      6. The Searchers
      7. Stagecoach
      8. The Guns of Navarone
      9. Sands of Iwo Jima
      10. Rio Grande

    457. Wes says:

      By the way, Gladiator was the last film to Star legendary British actor Oliver Reed, who died early in production.

    458. jason says:

      wes’ choices are all fabulous movies with great artistic merit but I listed the ones I enjoyed the most like Bitter did.

    459. Wes says:

      Oh, I actually enjoy the movies I put on my list, Jason. I have always looked at movies from an analytical and critical standpoint though, so I picked the films I feel offer both the most enjoyment and the best production values.

    460. Wes says:

      By the way, it’s the first week of winter in Antarctica. That can mean only one Thing:

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Thing_(1982_film)#/media/File%3AThe_Thing_(1982)_theatrical_poster.jpg

    461. jason says:

      I didn’t say you didn’t enjoy them. But you include production value in your criteria and I don’t.

      Citizen Kane would be up their if I did. So would Seven Samurai.

    462. jason says:

      I remember Robert Shaw only lived a couple years beyond Jaws before dropping dead at 51 on a Irish roadway.

    463. Wes says:

      A year before Jaws, Shaw was in an exceptionally good heist movie called The Taking of Pelham One Two Three. It was one of his villainous roles and might have been his best role of all had he not starred in Jaws:

      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Taking_of_Pelham_One_Two_Three_(1974_film)

    464. jason says:

      I thought he was great as the gangster in the The Sting too.

    465. mnw says:

      in order of preference:

      1) Black Orpheus

      2) Wagner (Richard Burton)

      3) The Counterfeiters (“Die Falscher”)

      4) The Third Man

      5) The Producers

      6) La Vie En Rose

      7) Balloon (2018; NOT Disney)

      8) Stagecoach

      9) Cabaret

      10) The Best Years of Our Lives

    466. NYCmike says:

      Slapshot (Paul Newman)
      Mighty Ducks
      Youngblood
      Godfather I & II
      Caddy Shack
      Pink Panther
      Return of the Pink Panther
      Clockwork Orange
      The Shining

    467. NYCmike says:

      Beat that list!

    468. NYCmike says:

      Actually, Insert Dazed & Confused for Youngblood. Rob Lowe wasn’t realistic enough.

    469. NYCmike says:

      Updated list:

      Slapshot (Paul Newman)
      Mighty Ducks
      Dazed & Confused
      Godfather I & II
      Caddy Shack
      Pink Panther
      Return of the Pink Panther
      Clockwork Orange
      The Shining

      Of course, I should put the caveat that one must adopt the mindset of a 14-20 year old high school/college student acting as sophomoric as possible while watching movies with their best buddies! ROFL!

    470. Wes says:

      You should change out Slapshot for Cool Hand Luke, Mikey. Slapshot is a damn good movie, but if you’re going to have a movie featuring Paul Newman and Strother Martin on your list, Cool Hand Luke (1967) should be it.

    471. Wes says:

      Unfortunately Strother Martin would die three and a half years after Slap Shot came out, though he would star in a host of movies in the interim.

    472. Wes says:

      Interestingly Stephen King hated Kubrick’s version of The Shining (1980); however, the version King wrote as a TV movie in 1997 is generally considered far worse than the Kubrick movie.

    473. DW says:

      Jen Kiggans wins VA_02 GOP primary, thwarting the efforts of Dems who tried to interfere by mailing out false fliers full of lies, with web page links after their ‘facts’ that went to dead web pages.

    474. Wes says:

      Good to hear, DW.

    475. DW says:

      So you can book it now, VA_02 flips this fall.

    476. Bitterlaw says:

      Setting aside politics (since almost all are libs). Best modern actresses. Go.

      Amy Adams
      Renee Zelwieger
      Meryl Streep

      Actors

      Daniel Day Lewis
      Russel Crowe
      Denzel Washington
      Liam Neeson
      Ben Kingsley

    477. Wes says:

      Movies I wanted to put on my list but had to omit because of the Top Ten restrictions:

      Cabinet of Dr. Caligari (1919)
      Nosferatu (1922)
      Jekyll and Hyde (1932)
      Alexander Nevsky (1938)
      Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
      Spellbound (1945)
      The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951)
      Ugetsu (1953)
      Hara-kiri (1962)
      Kwaidan (1965)
      2001 (1968)
      Frenzy (1972)
      The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974)
      Assault on Precinct 13 (1976)
      Halloween (1978)
      The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
      The Thing (1982)
      The Fly (1986)
      The Usual Suspects (1995)

    478. Bitterlaw says:

      Forgot to add Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried as actresses. Hugh Jackman as actor.

    479. Wes says:

      Best actresses:

      Sigourney Weaver
      Judi Dench

      Best actors:

      Jon Voight
      Ian McKellen

    480. Wes says:

      Oops. I failed to put Inner Sanctum (1948) and The Third Man (1949) on my list of movies I had to omit.

    481. Robbie says:

      Both of MAGA daddy’s endorsements in the Georgia US House runoffs lost. Sad!

      And when Katie Britt wins in Alabama, MAGA daddy will not have been the reason. He waited until public polling showed Britt ahead by 20 points before he endorsed her.

    482. Robbie says:

      Nathaniel Rakich
      @baseballot
      With 32% reporting in #GA06 (R), Rich McCormick leads Jake Evans 72–28%. That’s two Trump endorsees who are getting absolutely crushed tonight.

      – Sad! Very low energy effort by Donnie.

    483. Robbie says:

      RRH Elections
      @RRHElections
      The blowouts in #GA06 and #GA10 mean Trump has now lost 10 primary endorsements in ‘22, many by wide margins.

      Toto, we’re not in 2020 anymore.

      – Hugo Chavez’s ghost has clearly tampered with the voting machines. STOP THE STEAL!

    484. Tina says:

      EXCLUSIVE: Police Report Proves Plainclothes Electronic Surveillance Unit Members Were Embedded Among Jan. 6 Protesters

      https://www.theepochtimes.com/exclusive-police-report-proves-plainclothes-electronic-surveillance-unit-members-were-embedded-among-jan-6-protesters_4527036.html

    485. Bitterlaw says:

      I may swap Glory for Cinderella Man.

    486. Tina says:

      John Ratcliffe needs to primary John Cornyn in 2026.

      Would be an upgrade.

    487. Bitterlaw says:

      I could have added Judi Dench but hate her movies. Glenn Close should be on the list

    488. Tina says:

      Their work is illegal. Doctoring tales, no cross examination of witnesses, no “defense.”

      Reasons why loon Cheney needs to be removed.

    489. Robbie says:

      Erick Erickson
      @EWErickson
      For those paying attention, Brian Kemp’s endorsed candidate for Congress beat Donald Trump’s endorsed candidate for Congress. Brian Kemp endorsed a life long pro-life Republican. Donald Trump endorsed a pro-abortion Democrat who became a pro-life Republican about 5 minutes ago.

    490. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Gone With The Wind
      Braveheart
      The Doolittle Raid Trilogy-Destination Tokyo, 30 Seconds Over Tokyo & The Purple Heart

      Annie Hall
      The Outlaw Josie Wales
      Chariots of Fire
      Schindler’s List
      Exodus
      Blazing Saddles
      The Graduate

    491. Hugh says:

      In no particular order

      Zulu
      Dirty rotten scoundrels
      Patton
      The longest day
      Casablanca
      Mary poppins
      The original Parent Trap
      The Godfather
      Good fellows
      Wind and the lion (because I need at least one Sean Connery movie)

    492. Bitterlaw says:

      Damn. I forgot Schindler’s List. I did have Liam Neeson andBen Kingsley on my best actors list and they were outstanding in it.

    493. Tina says:

      Great job, gop-e. When do we vote on the $60 billion for Ukraine? September/October?

      Josh Hawley
      @HawleyMO
      ·
      57m
      Here we are voting to move on a bill negotiated entirely behind closed doors, released only an hour ago, that no one has had time to fully read, that ignores the national crime wave & chips away instead at the fundamental rights of law abiding citizens. NO

    494. Robbie says:

      Jessica Taylor
      @JessicaTaylor
      But Britt’s win actually had very little to do with Trump’s endorsement. She was already on pace to roll in the runoff. Trump hitched his wagon to her to get another W

    495. jason says:

      Has Amoral Scumbag called Britt “a turd” yet?

    496. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10940009/Putin-threatens-deploy-new-Satan-II-nuclear-missile-reach-UK-just-three-minutes.html

      Is Russia a threat yet? I mean the Satan I missile was bad enough. The Satan II must be really badass.

    497. Wes says:

      As expected, Katie Britt wins. She will be the first woman elected to the Senate from the Yellowhammer State.

    498. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag:

      When a Trump endorsed candidate loses, it is 100% his fault.

      When a Trump endorsed candidate wins, it is 100% not his endorsement.

    499. Wes says:

      Trump has helped some candidates, Jason–see Vance and Oz–but he can’t claim to be any part of Katie Britt’s victory. He endorsed Brooks and then smarmily disendorsed him. Trump then endorsed Britt only after she opened a tremendous amount of daylight between herself and Brooks.

      This is honestly one where Trump was jumping on a bandwagon rather than leading one.

    500. Cash Cow TM says:

      Happy longest day today.

      And happy birthday to WV yesterday (even if it was formed illegally).

    501. jason says:

      Trump is what, 120-10 in endorsements?

      It must really suck to be Amoral Scumbag.

    502. jason says:

      wes, I agree with you about Britt, but she probably won by a wider margin because of Trump.

      I am just pointing out Amoral Scumbag’s hypocrisy.

    503. jason says:

      After quoting the New Yorker yesterday, Amoral Scumbag now quotes Erick Erickson who has terminal TDS too.

      Will Adam Schiff and his wingmen Cheney and Kinzinger be next.

    504. jason says:

      The blowouts in #GA06 and #GA10 mean Trump has now lost 10 primary endorsements in ‘22, many by wide margins.”

      Wow.

      And won ten times as many, many by wide margins.

      But Biden is still President.

    505. jason says:

      Here is the gun bill.

      Allots more than $100 million to states and tribal authorities in the form of grants to “expand” mental health services, including mental health services delivered on school campuses.

      Tribal authorities? Zzzzz

    506. jason says:

      Expands Byrne JAG grant program to cover implementation of “extreme risk protection orders,” aka red flag laws, with zero framework for that except a cursory, “don’t violate their due process rights” warning.

      Wasn’t working so far, maybe “expansion” will help

    507. jason says:

      Includes juvenile criminal convictions and commitment to a mental health institution (after age 16) as prohibiting factors

      What kind of criminal conviction? Smoking d-pe? Vandalizing school lockers?

    508. jason says:

      “Closing” the supposed “boyfriend” (or girlfriend depending on how they identify) loophole by adding even more undefined/loosely defined terminology and stronger penalties.

      Won’t stop mass shootings

    509. jason says:

      Enhances sentencing for “straw purchasers” under federal law”

      Ok, but won’t stop mass shootings

    510. jason says:

      goes after drug dealers and cartels for gunrunning”

      Ok, but little to do with mass shootings

    511. jason says:

      Awards $1,400,000,000 (yes, that’s $1.4 billion) to the FBI for “State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance,” $750 million of which is earmarked for Byrne JAG grants

      Pork

    512. jason says:

      Allocates $100,000,000 to the FBI for “salaries and expenses…to meet additional resource needs of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System”

      90,000,000 will go for administrative costs, bet on it

    513. jason says:

      $100,000,000 to the FBI to be used “for competitive grants to be administered by the Community Oriented Policing Services Office for purposes authorized under the STOP School Violence Act of 2018”

      Nobody probably knows what that means. If it puts armed guards in schools that would help. It won’t.

    514. Bitterlaw says:

      Since the carnage will continue anyway, they could have saved the money wasted in that bill.

    515. Tina says:

      Yay, more money to the corrupt fib.

    516. Tina says:

      Amnesty for illegals is next.

      The Columbia Bugle ??
      @ColumbiaBugle
      ·
      1h
      Tucker Carlson Blasting Senate RINOs Over Gun Control Deal w/ The Left & Their Plans To Sell Out On Immigration

      “Has there ever been a greater more brazen sellout of any group of voters than what Republicans Senators Mitch McConnell, John Cornyn & the rest are doing right now?”

    517. Tina says:

      Jack Posobiec ??
      @JackPosobiec
      · 18m
      BREAKING: Biden Admin officials are referring to the Senator as ‘Cave-In Cornyn,’ per WH staffer

    518. Bitterlaw says:

      Tucker took off a night from bowing to Putin?

    519. Tina says:

      Pooty poot is responsible for inflation.

      -Jebots

    520. NYCmike says:

      “Tucker took off a night from bowing to Putin?”

      -Wow!

      Several Republicans have worked with Democrats to take away some of our 2nd Amendment rights, and Bitterlaw needs to find fault with Tucker Carlson……no wonder people leave the Republican Party and just stay home……

    521. NYCmike says:

      https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/stephen-kruiser/2022/06/21/breaking-the-gun-bill-just-dropped-its-the-gops-first-step-to-blowing-slam-dunk-midterms-n1606998

      “The only people who can beat the Republicans in the fall are the Republicans, and they’ve just gotten a head start on ruining things. If the Democrats manage to save face in November you can thank John Cornyn, Thom Tillis, Roy Blunt, Richard Burr, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins, Lindsey Graham, Rob Portman, Mitt Romney, and Pat Toomey. They’re basically asking the base to stay home.”

    522. Tina says:

      The gop e are doing everything to blow the midterms.

      @ColumbiaBugle
      ·
      6m
      .
      @JDVance1
      &
      @IngrahamAngle
      Calling Out Senator Cornyn’s Gun Control Deal & Amnesty Push

      JD: “The worst thing that we can do as a party right now in the midst of a historic immigration crisis is to advance amnesty. And if we do it, we will get crushed and we will deserve it.”

    523. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      There is no reason to do anything to help Democrats. ZERO reasons. NO LEGISLATION will help this country, as the people enforcing those laws will only enforce the laws they want to. Just stop, and let them bury themselves with WOKE idiocy.

      BUT NO, McConnell, for some unknown reason, has reverted back to pre-2017 Mitch. “Cocaine Mitch” has been replaced by the Turtle once again.

      Useless.

    524. Tina says:

      Amnesty is next.

      And then another $60 billion in Ukrainian grift,

    525. NYCmike says:

      Amazed at the turn of events.

      Republicans in Congress have simply decided to elevate every issue the base doesn’t want to the top of the priority list and will look to work with Democrats to pass new, useless and pork-laden legislation.

      I predict a smaller-than-expected House majority, and a Senate majority for the Democrats. Terrible results due to the actions of Republican “leadership” in Congress.

    526. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “John Wood — a former federal prosecutor in Missouri, and now senior investigative counsel for the House Jan. 6 committee — is being urged by top Republicans to run for U.S. Senate in Missouri as an independent.

      Backers include former U.S. Sen. Jack Danforth (R-Mo.to “provide Missouri voters a principled, traditional conservative choice,” the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.”

    527. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      You would have thought by now the Russians would have placed competent military leaders in charge, and be moving on Kyiv by now. But it appears not:

      “Two Russians in an intercepted call discuss the current situation on the front line. One of the interlocutors is trying to find out if they are going to be rotated from the front line and says that he is afraid of their units being encircled by Ukraine’s Armed Forces. ‘I have a feeling they will soon encircle us. They are moving around us on all fronts. We are moving forward, and they are pushing toward us from the sides. Both east and west. Everyone gathered in one place,’” the report says, citing one of the soldiers as saying in the call.

      In addition, the invaders complain about the quality of their rear units. When asked who remained in the rear he answers: “Security operatives, pure drunks. No good.”

    528. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Rasmussen poll:

      “President Biden has blamed major oil companies and Russian President Putin for higher fuel prices. Critics say Biden’s energy policies are mainly to blame. Who bears most responsibility for higher fuel prices?”

      – Voters –
      Putin – 11%
      Oil Companies – 29%
      Biden’s Policies – 52%

    529. NYCmike says:

      Voters: “Biden’s Policies – 52%”

      Congressional Republicans: “Let’s infringe on the 2nd Amendment and help Democrats with open borders!”

    530. jason says:

      John Danforth regretted endorsing Hawley and has been making the rounds with McKaskill to attack Rs and promote Ds.

      He is no “principled conservative”.

    531. jason says:

      Since the carnage will continue anyway, they could have saved the money wasted in that bill.”

      You can’t stop all mass shootings.

      But investing in police stop and frisk and putting armed guards in schools are two things that will take illegal guns off the street and prevent school shootings.

      The other thing that will help is electing DA’s that will prosecute weapons violations and crimes with guns and put people in jail.

    532. jason says:

      NYC attacks me for not voting because of principle, but encourages the R base to stay home because somehow that punishes the RINOs?

      Zzzzzzzzz…..

      Chuck Schumer will send him an another autographed picture.

    533. jason says:

      So Putin’s little groveling lap dog Tucker Carlson is whining about the R leadership?

      Zzzzzz…..

      Maybe the Russians gave him special dispensation to take his head out of Putin’s ass.

    534. Robbie says:

      Congratulations to Mo(ron) Brooks on winning exactly one county in his Senate runoff yesterday.

      Poor old Mo learned an important lesson the hard way. MAGA daddy is a one-way street.

      Trump demands loyalty, but he does not give it in return.

    535. Robbie says:

      Erick Erickson
      @EWErickson
      Literally, any eligible Republican who ran for President could serve up to eight years except for one. Not sure why the GOP should go with someone who’ll be Biden’s age in 2024 and can only serve one term max. It’s gonna take 4 years to undo the damage. Need 4 more for change.

      – Jason fraud reaches for a pillow and screams into it.

      Here’s the problem with Erickson’s sane, rational, and correct view. That’s not how the conspiratorial dunces in MAGA world will see it.

      Look for the MAGA lunatics (starting with Steve Bannon) to settle on the view Trump deserves to serve a third term because the 2020 race was stolen from him.

      The “Stop the Steal” ethos demands it.

    536. jason says:

      BIDEN: Planning ahead for the virus “is something we’ve been doing fairly well.”

      KAMALA HARRIS, December 17: “We didn’t see delta coming … we didn’t see omicron coming.”

    537. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag will soon be quoting Adam Schiff… almost there.

    538. jason says:

      Here is an idea if MO Rs really want to “stop Greitens” without resorting to fake accusations and bogus charges.

      Either Hartzler or Schmitt drop out and endorse the other.

      Otherwise, the concept that “Rs are unified in MO against Greitens” is just BS.

    539. Robbie says:

      Anna Palmer
      @apalmerdc
      NEW: Trump to @PunchbowlNews: “I think in retrospect [McCarthy should’ve put Republicans on] to just have a voice. The Republicans don’t have a voice. They don’t even have anything to say.”

      – Want more evidence MAGA daddy is a one-way street when it comes to loyalty?

      No one has been more loyal to Trump than sad, pathetic Kevin McCarthy. He’s worn out his kneepads being loyal to Trump.

      When Trump demanded Republicans boycott the January 6 commission last year, McCarthy dutifully pulled all of his choices.

      Now that Trump is frustrated no one is defending him on the commission, he’s mad at McCarthy for not appointing anyone to the commission. LOL!

      There’s no pleasing a lunatic like Trump and McCarthy is finding that out the hard way. And now that super duper MAGA morons like Steve Bannon don’t like the idea of McCarthy as Speaker, watch for Trump to possibly torpedo McCarthy’s bid.

      That’s MAGA for you. A one-way street of unquestioning loyalty to Trump, but nothing but a crap sandwich from a madman in return.

    540. Phil says:

      I don’t know what gets older…….the over the top obsession with Trump day in day out from Robbie or the obsession some on here have with Putin. In any event, it’s the same old crap day after day.

    541. jason says:

      Anna Palmer? Erick Erickson?”

      Zzzzz…

      C’mon Amoral Scumbag, let’s have some Adam Schiff.

      You know you want to.

    542. jason says:

      So now the argument against Trump from the sick, demented, irrational TDS morons is that he can only serve ONE term?

      LOL

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    543. Phil says:

      Only one term? Yeah. That one is a reach.

    544. DW says:

      Dave Wissing’s gift to us is a blog format where the username is posted FIRST making it extremely easy to scroll and only read the comments of those with functioning brains.

    545. Tina says:

      Every time Biden’s approval goes below 40%. Biden’s beitch runs to assist him.

      Amnesty and more ukranian grift are next.

    546. Tina says:

      Trump is not president.
      I don’t wish to read post after post about Russian hoax, the j6 joke commission, or who trump endorsed/ should not have endorsed.

    547. jason says:

      I do agree McCarthy should have been more vocal from the beginning that the Jan 6 committee is an illegitimate, kangaroo, partisan and dishonest enterprise with the sole purpose of attacking Trump and zero interest in finding out why the Capitol wasn’t adequately protected on Jan 6.

      Of course, Cheney and Kinzinger if they had a shred of integrity or decency wouldn’t have agreed to participate in this kangaroo court charade. But that would be to much to expect.

    548. Tina says:

      Britt on trumps endorsement. If too early or too late, this is what she said as it did not matter to her:

      said that Trump’s endorsement of her candidacy was “absolutely” one of the reasons she could secure the win on Tuesday.

      “We were so proud to earn that endorsement and also know that people know – and obviously the president said – that we’re the best to fight for the America first agenda,” she said.

    549. jason says:

      I have always favored a bipartisan immigration deal, I think anyone who thinks we are winning on immigration by doing nothing is a complete moron. I think Trump missed the boat.

      However, I agree now is not the time. If Rs gain the House and Senate, they can try an immigration deal with Biden from a much more strengthened position than now.

      Of course, the most likely outcome is that they will believe “we are winning” and continue to do nothing as millions more illegals cross the border.

    550. jason says:

      We were so proud to earn that endorsement and also know that people know – and obviously the president said – that we’re the best to fight for the America first agenda,” she said.”

      Heh, it sucks to be Amoral Scumbag or Erick Erickson.

    551. Tina says:

      Forgot. Look for the the Rs to temporarily suspend the gas tax because Biden wants it.

      This will do nothing for gas prices and without trumps plan to increase supply does nothing.

    552. Tina says:

      And another thing. Trump withdrew his support of brooks in March, 3 months ago.

    553. jason says:

      “settle on the view Trump deserves to serve a third term because the 2020 race was stolen from him”

      Hmmmm…..

    554. Tina says:

      Trump has endorsed McCarthy. However he has not endorsed him as speaker.

      The jebot is confused. Seems like the Russian hoaxer should be more concerned with who replaces piglosi.

    555. Phil says:

      A bipartisan bill wouldn’t prevent the border crossings. Wouldn’t make a dent in it with any Democratic administration….especially this one. Biden has already shown conclusively that he won’t enforce the border regardless of what law is put in place. He’s ignoring the enforcement mechanisms right now.

    556. Tina says:

      The gop e are trash.

      Donald Trump Jr.
      @DonaldJTrumpJr
      ·
      57m
      With weak “Republican leaders” in the Senate selling us out like this, who needs Democrats?
      Quote Tweet

      Igor Bobic
      @igorbobic
      · 15h
      More positive ~~ vibes ~~ on Senate floor.

      A smiling Cornyn tells Padilla, “First guns, now it’s immigration”

      “That’s right, we’re going to do it,” Sinema added
      Show

    557. jason says:

      Looks like NYC and Amoral Scumbag agree on one thing.

      They both want Rs to lose in November, but for different reasons.

      Amoral Scumbag thinks it will punish Trump.

      NYC thinks it will punish RINOS.

      Yes, both are idiots.

    558. jason says:

      If Rs win in November, McCarthy will be Speaker.

      I am taking bets.

    559. jason says:

      The gun bill is a bunch of garbage, a waste of money and a slippery slope.

      That being said, Cornyn didn’t agree to any of the original Dem demands, the Dems got a few crumbs.

    560. jason says:

      A bipartisan bill wouldn’t prevent the border crossings.”

      WE ARE WINNING!

    561. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      571. “the only Dems got a few crumbs”

      Agree. Now if the Democrats try to come back with additional demands, the Republicans can respond that they already passed a bipartisan bill. It puts the Republicans on high ground.

    562. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      What did Jason do to cause Robbie to be obsessed with him?

    563. Tina says:

      They want a Drat to win, See the Russian hoaxer and the Clinton Groupie.

      The Partyman
      @PartymanRandy
      · 1h
      It should make you very suspicious that the people who seem most eager for DeSantis to “take on” Trump are the same people who whine whenever DeSantis does anything cool.

      They want Trump and DeSantis to take each other out as part of their goal of returning to the 2005 GOP.

    564. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      You have got to be kidding:

      “California Gov. Gavin Newsom may be the Democratic Party’s strongest choice to run for president if President Joe Biden bows out, longtime party strategist David Axelrod says.

      Axelrod, who served as former President Barack Obama’s chief strategist, made the comments in a Wednesday statement to The New York Times. The 2024 presidential race has been a burning question for Democrats, with no clear heir to Biden and many party members skeptical of whether the president could or should run for a second term.”

    565. jason says:

      Gillum charged in 21 count indictment.

      Amoral Scumbag hardest hit.

      But DeSantis was a “clown and a total bum”.

    566. Phil says:

      Come on. A “bipartisan bill” on immigration where a Democratic Administration is in charge of enforcing the border security provisions of such a bill isn’t going to result in “winning”. Get real.

      I’d refer you to the Biden Administration’s totally ignoring of the present enforcement mechanisms we now have in place as exhibit 1A of how that would go. You think it would be any different on any new enforcement aspect of a new deal? If so, I have some swampland to sell you.

    567. Tina says:

      So, the jebots’ candidate, gallium, diverted campaign funds to his personal account.

    568. Tina says:

      Luntz tenant is still strong. 100% kudos. No amnesty. Also, Scott just slammed Biden’s Beotch, He declined to support him for leadership.

      Jonathan Swan
      @jonathanvswan
      · 2h
      Amid right’s backlash to Cornyn’s comments, Kevin McCarthy @GOPLeader tells Axios: “Amnesty is a non starter with me and won’t be taken up by a House Republican majority. Our border crisis is the worst in history and the only immigration plan should be to secure the border… 1/2 twitter.com/igorbobic/stat…

    569. Robbie says:

      Steve Kornacki
      @SteveKornacki
      New UNH survey of “like NH GOP primary voters” for 2024 (n=318):

      DeSantis 39%
      Trump 37%
      Pence 9%
      Haley 6%
      Pompeo 1%
      Noem 1%
      Cruz 1%

      Last October:
      Trump 43%
      DeSantis 18%
      Haley 6%
      Pence 4%
      Cruz 2%
      Noem 1%

      – Uh oh!

    570. Tina says:

      Where is Waldo uh Biden’s Beotch on amnesty?

      Ready to do another deal?

    571. Tina says:

      Scumbag, Mark Elias, is Gillums attorney,

    572. DW says:

      Andrew Gillum shouldn’t have monkeyed around with campaign finance laws.

    573. Tina says:

      Gilliam should have stayed on the bathroom floor.

      Zzzzzz

    574. Cash Cow TM says:

      speaking of monkeys…

      I have read reports that a majority of a 29 panel of scientists have voted to rename monkey pox and instead call it by a series of letters and numbers.

      They said calling it monkey pox was derogatory and demeaning.

      People are nucking futs.

    575. Robbie says:

      Patrick Ruffini
      @PatrickRuffini

      Biden 50
      Trump 43

      DeSantis 47
      Biden 46

      – NH presidential poll. Another uh oh for Donnie. He’s starting to look like a loser. A very low energy result. Sad.

      Won’t be long before the usual suspects in this forum decide to attack DeSantis to prop up MAGA daddy.

    576. Tina says:

      Julie Kelly ??
      @julie_kelly2
      ·
      37m
      Hey
      @JohnCornyn
      how does your sell-out bill stop this?
      Quote Tweet

      Sawyer Hackett
      @SawyerHackett
      · 16h
      Wow. Eva Mireles, a Uvalde teacher, called her husband and told him she had been shot and was dying.

      Her husband, a police officer, tried to take down the shooter but was detained by other officers and had his gun taken away. https://ksat.com/news/local/20

    577. Robbie says:

      Jack Posobiec ??
      @JackPosobiec
      Update: @DrOz has dropped President Trump from his campaign home page

      – Another uh oh for Donnie. Even Dr. Oz is trying to pivot away from him.

    578. jason says:

      Won’t be long before the usual suspects in this forum decide to attack DeSantis to prop up MAGA daddy.”

      This from the same guy who wanted Gillum, a communist drug addict now charged with 21 counts, to win Governor of Florida.

      And the same guy who called DeSantis a “Trump clone, a total bum, and a clown”.

      Yeah, I guess that qualifies as “usual suspect”.

    579. jason says:

      Scumbag, Mark Elias, is Gillums attorney”

      Heh, another of Amoral Scumbag’s “go to” heroes.

    580. jason says:

      It should make you very suspicious that the people who seem most eager for DeSantis to “take on” Trump are the same people who whine whenever DeSantis does anything cool.”

      Exactly. That is why anyone who would believe Amoral Scumbag would ever actually support DeSantis for President is a certified moron.

      The day DeSantis actually looks like a lock for the nomination Amoral Scumbag will be here with every Dem canard against him he can find at his leftist cesspool websites.

      We have seen this movie many times before./

    581. Gordon Allen says:

      I’ve only read some summaries if the ” compromise gun bill”,so take it at that.
      But other than throwing around money at favored agencies and programs( FBI/ Medicaid),and indecipherable language that will give courts and lawyers business

    582. Gordon Allen says:

      , what will this bill do to stop mass shootings/ school shootings?? How exactly?
      Why would the Republicans give Biden a win,and the Democrats in Congress, and tick off some of their base,and achieve nothing to curtail ” gun violence “?

    583. Gordon Allen says:

      Republicans are frequently dumber than Dinosaurs in politics,and look what happened to the Dinosaurs.
      Their ” logic” beats the heck out of me.

    584. jason says:

      Man, Amoral Scumbag sure has a long list of losers he considers the moral compass for America. But hey, the problem is Trump.

      Michael Cohen. Michael Avenatti. Stormy Daniels. Andrew Gillum. Mark Elias.

    585. jason says:

      Even Dr. Oz is trying to pivot away from him.”

      Amoral Scumbag can’t decide if Oz is a “liberal” or is “ultra MAGA”.

      Hilarious.

    586. Bitterlaw says:

      DC

    587. jason says:

      Here is the difference between me and Amoral Scumbag on Trump vs. DeSantis.

      If R voters actually decide they prefer DeSantis, I will support him for President and I won’t be trashing him here all the way to the election.

      On the other hand, if R voters decide they want a “total bum, clown and Trump Clone” for President, Amoral Scumbag will be here trashing him from Day 1 and will vote for his opponent in the GE.

    588. jason says:

      The gun bill is a nothing burger and no reason for Rs to throw away their chance at a majority. I think people are a little hysterical. I already analyzed it above, the concessions are minimal and the main objection would be it presents a slippery slope. But it doesn’t actually gut any part of the 2nd amendment.

    589. jason says:

      I wouldn’t vote for it. But the 14 who voted for it aren’t all RINOS, that is stupid.

    590. jason says:

      Bonchie at Redstate, no great fan of Oz, has this to say about “Oz abandoning Trump”.

      Again, Amoral Scumbag hardest hit.

      “But unlike those who are taking this as some kind of betrayal, I just don’t think it’s a big deal. Oz’s goal right now is to win his election, right? If tacking to the center in an extremely purple state helps him do that, then who am I to argue? Regardless of how one feels about Trump, he’s a polarizing figure. There’s little to be gained by Oz continuing to go back to that well during the general election. He has to become his own man, and no one should fault him for that.

      I say that as someone who didn’t support Oz in his primary because I think he’s a Democrat who changed almost every position he holds over just a couple of years’ time. But instead of trying to dunk and saying “See? I told you so,” I actually think Oz’s shift here is normal and reasonable. Again, the goal is to win, not make Trump a centerpiece.

      John Fetterman, Oz’s Democrat opposition, is a far-left radical, but he plays the “moderate everyman” role pretty well. The decision to make a broader appeal is a smart one by Oz. Big-time Trump supporters are already with him. Now, he’s got to make inroads in the Philly suburbs, and the former president doesn’t help in those areas.

      I suspect Trump himself is fine with this change in strategy as well. There’s no doubt he wants his endorsees to go on and win their general elections. If they don’t, it comes back as an indictment of his judgment. I’d also bet that Trump will hold at least one more rally for Oz before this is all over.

      In short, no, Oz has not “turned on America First.” He’s just trying to win his election. Perhaps he will ultimately betray GOP voters, but that’s not something that we’ll know until he actually enters the Senate. Then we can get an idea of how he will choose to govern.”

    591. jason says:

      Roy Blunt
      Richard Burr
      Shelly Moore-Capito
      Bill Cassidy
      Susan Collins
      John Cornyn
      Joni Ernst
      Lindsey Graham
      Mitch McConnell
      Lisa Murkowski
      Rob Portman
      Mitt Romney
      Thom Tillis
      Todd Young

      “All legal gun owners are criminals” Toomey didn’t vote for it.

      Note to the dumb RINO hunters.

      Young, Tillis, McConnell, Graham, Ernst, Cornyn, Capito, Portman and Blunt are not RINOS. If these people are not conservative enough for the R party it might as well shut down now.

    592. jason says:

      Hey Amoral Scumbag is special!

      “CNN has smallest weekday audience among advertiser-coveted demo in 22 years
      Struggling CNN averaged only 56,000 viewers between ages 25-54 on Friday”

    593. XRumerTest says:

      Hello. And Bye.

    594. NYCmike says:

      “NYC attacks me for not voting because of principle, but encourages the R base to stay home because somehow that punishes the RINOs?”

      -One more example of jason’s poor reading comprehension.

      I made a prediction, because Republicans are looking to BIG GOVERNMENT for solutions on gun violence and immigration, as opposed to insisting that ALL CURRENT LAWS be enforced, which has been shown to actually work.

      My voting isn’t the issue, as I recognize that I must make a choice, no matter how putrid.

      BUT there are many others, such as yourself, who are easily swayed by emotion and the passion of the moment, who will give up their right to vote.

      Hopefully, I am wrong, and there aren’t as many cowards out there like you among the people who would look to vote Republican in November.

    595. jason says:

      ho are easily swayed by emotion and the passion of the moment,”

      LOL

    596. Tina says:

      Notice how the gop-e will regulate guns, but not tech.

      Notice how this same sad party love thr Ccp and illegals.

    597. jason says:

      who will give up their right to vote”

      If you accept voter fraud and accept that your vote counts less than an illegal vote or doesn’t count at all, seems to me you are giving up your right to vote.

    598. jason says:

      as opposed to insisting that ALL CURRENT LAWS be enforced, which has been shown to actually work.”

      It has?

      When has “enforcing immigration laws” worked? 1960?

      Immigration laws haven’t been enforced in decades by ANY President or congress or courts. All you have is varying degrees of enforcement, but not even Trump stopped illegal immigration, let alone the trend towards more and more benefits to illegals and more and more sanctuary towns, cities and even states.

      The idea that doing nothing is “winning” is stupid beyond comprehension and has been for decades.

      “Existing laws” are never going to be enforced, let’s admit it and move on. How many decades before anyone needs convincing?

    599. jason says:

      Hopefully, I am wrong”

      Yeah, there is that, usually a pretty good bet.

    600. Wes says:

      Hm. It’s almost as if Democrats run Congress and won’t pass a bill regulating Big Tech, Tina.

      Weird, I know.

    601. Robbie says:

      Jacob Rubashkin
      @JacobRubashkin
      FabrizioWard (R)/Impact (D) poll of PENNSYLVANIA:

      SEN
      Fetterman (D) 50
      Oz (R) 44

      GOV
      Shaprio (D) 49
      Mastriano (R) 46

      Biden approval 36/61
      Generic R 47-D 45

      – Thanks, MAGA daddy.

    602. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      June 22, 2022 at 2:15 pm
      It should make you very suspicious that the people who seem most eager for DeSantis to “take on” Trump are the same people who whine whenever DeSantis does anything cool.”

      Exactly. That is why anyone who would believe Amoral Scumbag would ever actually support DeSantis for President is a certified moron.

      – As I predicted, the MAGA daddy forever crowd, lead by Jason fraud, will attack DeSantis the moment he threatens their heartthrob, old man Donnie.

    603. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      June 22, 2022 at 2:36 pm
      Even Dr. Oz is trying to pivot away from him.”

      Amoral Scumbag can’t decide if Oz is a “liberal” or is “ultra MAGA”.

      Hilarious.

      – He’s a liberal who got MAGA daddy’s endorsement solely because Trump liked the fact he’d been on TV for years. The idea Trump picked Oz because Oz was a MAGA supporter is laughable.

      But now that Oz can no longer pull the wool over the drooling buffoons like you who live and die with the words that come out of MAGA daddy’s mouth, he has to actually pivot away from the massively unpopular, twice impeached idiot you believe must be the Republican nominee again in 2024.

    604. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      June 22, 2022 at 2:42 pm

      If R voters actually decide they prefer DeSantis, I will support him for President and I won’t be trashing him here all the way to the election.

      – The moment MAGA daddy unleashes on DeSantis will be the moment you start with your “just asking questions” routine about DeSantis.

      Regardless, you’re still the moron who called Romney the best nominee the party had ever had for president in early 2015. If I had said that, I’d be trying to deflect in every way possible as you are now.

    605. Robbie says:

      Jeff B. is *BOX OFFICE POISON*
      @EsotericCD

      I really misjudged the dynamics of both PA-SEN and PA-GOV right after the primaries. The fact that Biden is rocking a 36% JA in Pennsylvania and the GOP is still fielding these numbers tells you everything about candidate quality.

      – Some of us knew Oz was poor candidate, but plenty of people were more than willing to let MAGA daddy pull the wool over their eyes.

    606. Tina says:

      The gop-e is sheot.

      When do we do amnesty and Ukrainian grift? August, September, or October?

    607. Tina says:

      The jebots loved Gillum.

      Rich Baris “The People’s Pundit”
      @Peoples_Pundit
      ·
      1h
      Gillum wouldn’t have been indicted if he won. FBI is a criminal organization in the business of putting crooked politicians in their back pocket.

      That’s been their mission statement since J. Edgar Hoover, and should be dismantled.

      They’re far more dangerous than John Dillinger.

    608. Tina says:

      But the Russian hoaxer liked the bathroom floor candidate.

      Jack Posobiec ??
      @JackPosobiec
      · 4h
      Trump really saved Florida when he pushed DeSantis past Gillum

      0.4% difference in 2018 and Gillum would be governor today

    609. Wes says:

      DCXXV

    610. Tina says:

      Putzaki said that tapping the SR would ease prices.

      The Post Millennial
      @TPostMillennial
      ·
      Follow
      Jean-Pierre: “He took actions … with the gas tax, holiday gas tax, the way that he sees it, is it’s a direct, straightforward way, to deal with something that the American public is … really not feeling any relief right now at the pump.”

    611. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden’s incompetent energy policy in action:

      “The most effective way to reduce demand for Russian fossil fuels is to reduce dependence on all fossil fuels.” But the Faustian rush to adopt intermittent renewable energy sources overlooks the new geopolitical reliance it would create. China controls the bulk of the solar power manufacturing supply chain, which is tainted by modern slavery, as well as a significant portion of the critical minerals needed for energy storage. The Biden Administration’s vision leads a desperate flight away from one genocidal dictatorship into the arms of another, which has previously used its control of supply chains to punish dissenting democracies.”

    612. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I have always been told to be wary of products sold on Alibaba. But some items have value:

      “Video has emerged showing a twin-boom tail configured drone crashing into a Russian oil refinery in Novoshakhtinsk, in the Rostov region, on the border with Ukraine, this morning. There is already much speculation that the incident was some kind of ‘kamikaze’ drone strike conducted by the Ukrainian Armed Forces. While the identity of the mysterious drone is yet to be established, initial analysis suggests it may have been an adapted, commercially available product that is available on the Chinese marketplace website Alibaba.”

    613. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Politico’s Betsy Woodruff Swan (@woodruffbets): “I have talked with two separate Democratic members of Congress in the last couple of weeks about January 6th … Both of them have said, offhandedly, ‘Nobody gives a bleep about January 6th'”

      Robbie is very sad!

    614. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Tucker Carlson’s fondness for Putin is not shared:

      “Pew Research Center: Perception of Putin lowest in 20 years. The Pew Research Center, a U.S. think tank, said in its latest report published on June 22 that only 9% of respondents have confidence in Russia’s dictator Vladimir Putin “to do the right thing in world affairs.” Across 18 polled nations, a median of 90% say they do not have confidence in Putin. At the same time, median of 85% across 18 countries express an unfavorable opinion of Russia, with majorities in most nations saying they have a very unfavorable opinion of the country.”

    615. NYCmike says:

      ““Existing laws” are never going to be enforced, let’s admit it and move on. How many decades before anyone needs convincing?”

      -Got it.

      So your solution is to write more legislation, add it on top of the existent, unused laws, and then Democrats will all of a sudden say “We need to enforce THESE immigration laws!’.

      Idiotic.

      There is nothing, NADA, ZILCH wrong with the existing laws, except that the “leadership” from both parties is unwilling to do the work necessary to enforce those laws.

    616. NYCmike says:

      “All you have is varying degrees of enforcement, but not even Trump stopped illegal immigration, let alone the trend towards more and more benefits to illegals and more and more sanctuary towns, cities and even states.”

      -Compared to Biden, Trump did a great job in regards to immigration.

      As for sanctuary towns, cities, etc, you need a Republican legislature to have the will to take care of that crap, but I won’t hold my breath in that regard.

    617. NYCmike says:

      Would Mr. Vito vote for Trump in 2024 if he wins the primary? I know it wouldn’t matter in WV, but just want to see if he has seen enough to realize that Trump is most definitely the better choice between Trump and any other Democrat.

    618. Tina says:

      The gop e want amnesty.

      It’s no secret.

      They will use the excuse that you cannot enforce and build a wall.

    619. NYCmike says:

      “They will use the excuse that you cannot enforce and build a wall.”

      -Looks like jason is already regurgitating that nonsense.

    620. Tina says:

      It’s true, mute 43 argued that.

      A way to quickly destroy the country.

    621. Tgca says:

      Scum bucket Cornyn claims he was only kidding NOW on moving forward with an amnesty bill for the criminal illegal aliens that routinely invade our country and often commit other illegal acts like stealing and misusing identities, not paying taxes, crime, etc.

      I trust nothing this scum says. He has been pushing amnesty for a while and my guess is after his betrayal on 2A, he is feeling the pressure because he did not expect the backlash he’s getting. He realizes he overstepped boundaries by saying illegal immigration was next.

      He’s going to be one of the most unpopular GOP politicians the next few years so maybe he’ll get sick of the justifiable hate and retire early.

      After Blowback, John Cornyn Claims He Was Joking About Immigration Deal: ‘No Secret Amnesty Bill’

      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/06/22/after-blowback-cornyn-claims-he-was-joking-about-working-with-dems-on-immigration-no-secret-amnesty-bill/

    622. jason says:

      Tucker Carlson’s fondness for Putin is not shared:

      “Pew Research Center: Perception of Putin lowest in 20 years. The Pew Research Center, a U.S. think tank, said in its latest report published on June 22 that only 9% of respondents have confidence in Russia’s dictator Vladimir Putin “to do the right thing in world affairs.” Across 18 polled nations, a median of 90% say they do not have confidence in Putin. At the same time, median of 85% across 18 countries express an unfavorable opinion of Russia, with majorities in most nations saying they have a very unfavorable opinion of the country.”

      He still has a following among the Putin Appeasers here.

      They are hoping he gets more airtime on Russian TV.

    623. jason says:

      SEN
      Fetterman (D) 50
      Oz (R) 44

      GOV
      Shaprio (D) 49
      Mastriano (R) 46

      Biden approval 36/61
      Generic R 47-D 45

      Looks like “Maga Daddy” is really helping Mastriano.

      I predicted this.

      Amoral Scumbag hardest hit.

    624. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/06/photos-reportedly-amber-heard-cara-delevingne-going-viral-showing-two-making-elevator/

      Why doesn’t Tina post interesting Gateway Pundit stories about women making out in an elevator?

    625. jason says:

      NYC for the last ten years has been saying how it would be great if “existing immigration laws were enforced”.

      I have challenged him over and over and asked when he thinks they will be enforced, if for decades no President, Congress or courts have enforced them.

      His answer is that “there is nothing wrong with them”.

      The stupidity is astounding.

      WE ARE WINNING!

    626. Tgca says:

      Uvalde Police Chief Who Delayed Assault on Mass Shooter Is Placed on Leave

      He should resign in disgrace. His failure to do so is a great act of selfishness. Kids died because of his gross incompetence. He should do the right thing and resign. It’s the least he could.

      We all make mistakes but when you’re mistake is of such great monumental error and incompetence and loss of life results, you need to take accountability for your incompetence.

      This is what has now come out of the investigation so far, as testified by law enforcement experts:

      Three minutes after 18-year-old Salvador Ramos entered the school, sufficient armed law enforcement were on scene to stop the gunman, McCraw testified. Yet police officers armed with rifles waited in a school hallway for more than an hour while the gunman carried out the massacre. The classroom door could not be locked from the inside, but there is no indication officers tried to open the door while the gunman was inside, McCraw said.

      https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/texas-school-shooting-police-chief/2022/06/22/id/1075665/

    627. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag unhinged his candidate for FL gov indicted on 21 counts.

      Meanwhile, the guy he called a “Trump clone, a total bum and a clown” is kicking ass in Florida.

      It sucks to be Amoral Scumbag.

    628. jason says:

      I wonder how many millions of illegals have crossed the border while NYC was waiting for “immigration laws to be enforced”.

      Oh wait, he did propose a 50% cut in LEGAL immigration.

      Has that been voted on yet?

    629. Tgca says:

      645

      …and remember, if it were not for Trump, Gillum would be our Gubbernor here in Floreedah.

      …and they say there is no God? Me thinks not!

    630. Tgca says:

      This is why Cornyn is an a useful idiot to the left.

      They won’t stop. They NEVER do! There goal is to whittle down the 2A.

      Klobuchar: Senate Gun Bill ‘Paves the Way’ for Other Gun Control Measures

      https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2022/06/22/klobuchar-senate-gun-bill-paves-the-way-for-other-gun-control-measures/

    631. Tgca says:

      Heartbreaking story but the high court got this correct me thinks in reversing his conviction and ordering a new FAIR trial. Clearly, the prosecutor abused its power by introducing evidence to purposely make him into an unlikeable person and convict him on that and not the facts of the case.

      Even his wife and family did not believe he intentionally left his son to die in the car after the prosecutor made such claims but used other evidence about his affairs and sexting to impugn his character and get a conviction.

      Georgia court overturns Justin Ross Harris’ murder conviction in son’s hot-car death

      https://nypost.com/2022/06/22/georgia-court-overturns-justin-ross-harris-murder-conviction-in-sons-hot-car-death/

    632. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden needs to be removed office because of mental incompetence. The reality is he obtained five draft deferments because of asthma:

      @RNCResearch
      Joe Biden falsely claimed he “was appointed to the [Naval] Academy in 1965” while speaking to Naval Academy graduates today.

      Biden graduated from the University of Delaware in 1965, making that impossible.

    633. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden’s Real Clear Polling average approval rating continues to get worse:

      RCP Average
      6/1 – 6/21
      Approval 39.8%
      Disapprove 55.9%
      -16.1

    634. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Trump Real Clear Polling approval rating.

      4/10 – 6/21
      Approve 44.0%
      Disapprove 51.6%
      -7.6

    635. Tina says:

      Biden’s approval sinks to 32%. Look for the Russian hoaxer to be here flailing away.

      https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/washington-secrets/biden-on-the-rocks-32-approval-27-on-economy

    636. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 New Hampshire General Election Poll:

      DeSantis 47% (+1)
      Biden 46%

      Biden 50% (+7)
      Trump 43%

      @UNHSurveyCenter
      ~ 845 LV ~ 6/16-6/20
      https://scholars.unh.edu/survey_center_polls/697

      2024 New Hampshire Republican Primary Poll:

      DeSantis 39%
      Trump 37%
      Pence 9%
      Haley 6%
      Cruz 1%
      Noem 1%
      Pompeo 1%
      Cotton 0%
      R. Scott 0%
      T. Scott 0%

      @UNHSurveyCenter
      ~ 318 LV ~ 6/16-6/20
      https://scholars.unh.edu/survey_center_polls/697/

    637. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 National General Election Poll:

      Donald Trump 41% (+3)
      Joe Biden 38%
      .
      Donald Trump 43% (+6)
      Kamala Harris 37%

      @RedfieldWilton
      ~ 1,064 LV ~ 6/15
      https://redfieldandwiltonstrategies.com/jo

    638. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 National General Election Poll:

      Donald Trump 44% (+2)
      Joe Biden 42%

      @YouGovAmerica/@YahooNews
      1,243 RV ~ 6/10-6/13
      https://news.yahoo.com/poll-half-of-a

    639. Wobbles says:

      Biden’s Real Clear Polling average approval rating

      RCP Average
      6/1 – 6/21
      Approval 39.8%
      Disapprove 55.9%
      -16.1

      This is not too bad considering the right wing onslaught against him and all the lies being spread about inflation being bad and gas prices high. Socialism is not free.

      Trump Real Clear Polling approval rating.

      4/10 – 6/21
      Approve 44.0%
      Disapprove 51.6%
      -7.6

      Fatal. Nobody can win an election with 44% approval, you need 45%, unless you get to 45% in which case you need 50%.

    640. Wobbles says:

      Politico’s Betsy Woodruff Swan (@woodruffbets): “I have talked with two separate Democratic members of Congress in the last couple of weeks about January 6th … Both of them have said, offhandedly, ‘Nobody gives a bleep about January 6th’””

      Liars.

    641. jason says:

      If you intentionally leave your child to die in a hot car, you deserve life in jail.

      That being said, the vast majority of scumbags don’t do that.

      It seems the prosecution proved this guy was a scumbag, not that he intentionally killed his son.

      My wife thinks she could not possibly ever forget her child. I am less sure I couldn’t. All I know is accidents happen, that is why they are called accidents. If you love your child, no sentence is going to be worse than knowing you caused his/her/? death.

      Let this guy out after 10 years and let him live with his conscience.

    642. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t know how any parent could live with knowing they caused their child’s death.

    643. jason says:

      Great pick there, Joe.

      “The Biden administration’s nominee to serve as the U.S. ambassador to Brazil spoke at length about the influence of Jewish money in politics, claiming the “Jewish lobby” exerts undue influence over the Democratic Party with its “major money.”

      Elizabeth Frawley Bagley, a longtime diplomat and Democratic Party insider, is scheduled on Thursday to have her nomination advanced to the full Senate by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. But Bagley’s comments about Jewish money in politics—tropes long considered anti-Semitic in nature—are raising red flags among Democratic and Republican members of the committee, senior congressional sources told the Washington Free Beacon.

      Bagley, in a 1998 interview, a full copy of which was obtained by the Free Beacon, bemoaned “the influence of the Jewish lobby because there is major money involved.” She went on to claim “the Democrats always tend to go with the Jewish constituency on Israel and say stupid things, like moving the capital to Jerusalem always comes up.” Support for these Israel-related issues are due to “the Jewish factor, it’s money.”

      Senate sources involved in the confirmation process said Bagley’s comments should disqualify her from the ambassador’s role..

    644. jason says:

      If anyone is worried Rs may lose the MO senate race Greitens or no Greitens put down $800 at Predictit.

      If Dems win you will make over $7000. Enough to drown your sorrows at least a few times.

      https://www.predictit.org/markets/detail/7204/Which-party-will-win-the-2022-US-Senate-election-in-Missouri

    645. jason says:

      If Hartzler bows out and endorses Schmidt he could win. If not hard to see how Greitens loses.

      https://www.predictit.org/markets/detail/7162/Who-will-win-the-2022-Missouri-Republican-Senate-nomination

    646. Tgca says:

      My sources are telling me Roberts has swayed Kavanaugh to vote with him in broad sweeping decisions where SCOTUS rules that ABORTION is legal up to and included after birth and the 2A right to bear arms is unconstitutional.

      The CONSERVATIVE justice has implemented a new doctrine in the court where “feelings” of people need to be considered in deciding cases and SCOTUS needs to change its image with the public.

      I’m told look for a national TV and Radio campaign soon featuring Roberts telling Americans what good things the Court is doing for them.

    647. Tgca says:

      Thix Thix Thix Bishes!

      Thix Thix Thix I tray!

    648. Tgca says:

      Tray?

      No. Bish. I thay thay not tray!

      Stoopid Bish!

    649. Tina says:

      Pooty poot is a bad man.

      He killed keystone pipeline and ended energy projects.

      -gop-e

    650. EML says:

      Sabato House ratings changes

      AK-AL special (Open): Likely R -> Safe R
      CA-45 (Steel-R): Tossup -> Lean R
      VA-10 (Wexton-D): Safe D -> Likely D

    651. jason says:

      I think Wexton is Lean D.

    652. jason says:

      Sabato will be under a lot of pressure to “protect” VA Dems.

    653. jason says:

      The CONSERVATIVE justice”

      Glad that is settled.

    654. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      BREAKING: SCOTUS decides the big New York Gun Case(“Bruen”) 6-3 in favor of the Second Amendment. C.Thomas authors the opinion.

      “The court holds that New York’s “proper-cause” requirement to obtain a concealed-carry license violates the Constitution by preventing law-abiding citizens with ordinary self-defense needs from exercising their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms in public for self-defense.”

    655. jason says:

      6-3?

      That “liberal” Roberts voted with the conservatives?

      Traitor.

    656. Tina says:

      Sheeple on that court case:

      Will Chamberlain
      @willchamberlain
      ·
      1m
      Most important opinion released so far

      It doesn’t just overturn the New York law, it undermines nearly every liberal appeals court decision restricting the right to bear arms since Heller, because it says the test they have been using is wrong

    657. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      jason , Tina et al:
      The Bruen decision is the one that Clarence Thomas has been waiting to author his entire career. I cannot find a link to it, but Thomas’ opinion is 135 pages long!
      jason– forget the snark and celebrate!

    658. Phil says:

      My latest projections on the midterms.

      Republicans +19-21 in the House.

      Democrats +2-3 in the Senate. Yeah, that’s what happens when you nominate lousy candidates.

    659. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Sam Alito chimes-in on Bruen:

      He dismisses Breyer’s recounting of mass shootings. “Why, for example, does the dissent
      think it is relevant to recount the mass shootings that have
      occurred in recent years? … The New York law at issue in this
      case obviously did not stop that [Buffalo] perpetrator.”

    660. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Phil:
      Which two-three Senate seats will the Democrats pick-up?
      Will the Republicans pick-up any seats?

    661. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Here is Thomas’ majority opinion in the Bruen decision:

      https://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/21pdf/20-843_7j80.pdf

      Enjoy!

    662. Phil says:

      Thank God for the Bruen decision. A big setback for criminals. They can now get their heads blown off when they try and rob someone on a subway.

      The left doesn’t like that.

    663. Phil says:

      As of now, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. Republicans are in the process of putting Missouri in play as well which is ridiculous but then this is the same bunch that gave us Todd Akin.

    664. Tina says:

      I wonder if John Cornyn is livid with the sc opinion?

    665. jason says:

      Yep. Thomas nails it.

      The constitutional right to bear arms in public for self defense is not “a second-class right, subject to an entirely different body of rules than the other Bill of Rights guarantees.” We know of no other constitutional right that an individual may exercise only after demonstrating to government officers some special need. That is not how the First Amendment works when it comes to unpopular speech or the free exercise of religion. It is not how the Sixth Amendment works when it comes to a defendant’s right to confront the witnesses against him. And it is not how the Second Amendment works when it comes to public carry for selfdefense. New York’s proper-cause requirement violates the Fourteenth Amendment in that it prevents law-abiding citizens with ordinary self-defense needs from exercising their right to keep and bear arms. We therefore reverse the judgment of the Court of Appeals and remand the case for further proceedings consistent with this opinion.”

    666. Phil says:

      Tina, nope. Cornyn has moved on from gun control and is now concentrating on how to further open the border.

    667. jason says:

      I read Breyer’s dissent.

      His main point is that states should be able to regulate firearms based on the dynamics of that state (i.e. NYC is different from Wyoming).

      Funny he doesn’t believe that to be true for abortion.

    668. Tina says:

      Phil, he is a disgrace,

      Hopefully, he is primaried.

    669. Tina says:

      Ratcliffe would be an upgrade, phil

    670. jason says:

      I rate WI as lean R, I doubt Johnson will lose.

      Oz is getting a lot of bad press, but I doubt he is worse than 50/50.

      MO is 90/10 even with Greitens.

    671. Tina says:

      The jebots will be upset with Alito. He slapped them hard.

    672. jason says:

      Cornyn has moved on from gun control and is now concentrating on how to further open the border.”

      Zzzzz… what a crock of crap.

    673. Phil says:

      No it’s not. I understand from your posts over the years you don’t think the border is any big deal. I get that. Probably from the fact that you live in Pennsylvania. Maybe if Biden flies and buses enough illegals to your neck of the woods it might register with you…or maybe not.

    674. Tina says:

      1000%

      Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene??
      @RepMTG
      ·
      54m
      While Republicans in the Senate are helping Democrats pass gun control, SCOTUS is defending the Second Amendment.

    675. Tgca says:

      687

      …or gay rights or illegal aliens or COVID or voter fraud or trannies or…

    676. Tgca says:

      Per FOX News:

      ”…rates of violent crime – comprised of homicide, rape, robbery, and assault – in New York City, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Baltimore “are all on pace to break their 2021 levels.”

      This is sooooooo misleading. I think they could should clarify the details and not just broad brush it for headlines…

      …like that this only happens in the bad parts of Philly.

      https://www.breitbart.com/crime/2022/06/22/report-violent-crime-in-6-democrat-run-cities-on-track-to-eclipse-2021s-numbers/

    677. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzz Crime happens in every part of Philadelphia. More crimes happen in certain neighborhoods like Kensington, Olmert, Strawberry Mansion, North Philadelphia, the Badlands, Juniata, West Philadelphia west of 38th street and others.

    678. EML says:

      Lefties losing their sh*t over Vega v Tekoh as well as the New York ruling.

    679. Bitterlaw says:

      Olmert should by Olney.

    680. Bitterlaw says:

      Another 6-3 decision? Damn. Roberts is really sticking it to Tina today.

    681. DW says:

      From RRH about one of the most likely R flips this fall:

      FL-13: Well for what this is worth, all polled republicans are leading the Democrat in FL13, including presumed front runner Anna Paulina Luna winning by 9. This is a Democrat internal as well

      https://twitter.com/PollTrackerUSA/status/1540005854556180483?s=20&t=_810HSPXAZy5ftUkM50uZg

    682. Gordon Allen says:

      I wonder based on Thomas’ opinion whether some vague and extended red flag laws will hold up.
      This was a ringing endorsement of the 2nd Amendment today.
      Putting an unnecessary burden on the right to bear arms seems pretty sweeping

    683. Gordon Allen says:

      Phil I think( hope) your unduly pessimistic re the Senate. In a wave year the GOP isn’t going to lose in Wisconsin,or Missouri, nor I believe Pennsylvania.
      When the dust settles they’ll probably win Georgia, and have a good shot in New Hampshire and Nevada,plus a sleeper somewhere.

    684. Gordon Allen says:

      In 1980 the Republicans elected a bunch of turkeys to the Senate.Although they were swept out in 1986.
      Turkeys can get elected in a strong year…Once

    685. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Trump gets banned from Twitter, but this site only gets a short suspension:

      DownWithCapitalism ??
      @AchelariteiC
      ·
      11h
      They blocked me for a week. But I’m back, continuing the fight against western fake news propaganda. SLAVA RUSSIA ???
      June 22 – the main events of the special operation.

      #Russian #Russia
      #Ukraine #UkraineWar
      #UkraineRussiaWar

    686. EML says:

      702 – not much of a surprise. FL-13 went from Biden +4.1 to Trump +6.7. Anna Paulina Luna will be a nice addition to the Hispanic Republican Caucus.

      Interesting to note, mostly because I don’t remember it being talked about too much at the time, the first DeSantismander included several mistakes, including here where he crisscrossed FL-13 and FL-14. IE, both FL-13 and FL-14 held precincts in both Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties. This almost certainly would’ve been a violation of FL’s Fair Districts amendment and had the potential to throw out the entire map. But in the second attempt, FL-13 was drawn entirely within Pinellas, and the really Dem part of St Pete was put in FL-14 to make it an effective and legal D vote sink.

    687. Phil says:

      I don’t think in the end the GOP loses Missouri. Only that it should be a lock with two of the three candidates and Republican primary voters in that state (the Todd Akin geniuses, (40%) seem determined to give the Democrats some hope in a state where there should be none.

      I like the Republican candidate in Nevada and hope the ballot harvesting, mail ballots to every registered address nonsense fraud laws in Nevada don’t do Laxalt in….otherwise he wins easily.

      Big misses by the GOP in recruitment in Arizona and NH (especially Arizona)…… Although, the GOP governor in NH seems to be a MSM lacky and probably isn’t much of a loss.

    688. Phil says:

      Fla 13 went from R+1 to R+12 with redistricting so that pickup is a done deal for the GOP.

    689. Tina says:

      Rand Paul will try to amend the gun bill.

      Let’s see if the 14 deadenders side with him.

    690. Tina says:

      We are becoming for Stalin like than Russia, what a disgrace,m imam sure the same 14 Rs will vote to increase $$$ to then corrupt fib.

      Quote Tweet

      Katherine Faulders
      @KFaulders
      · 1h
      BREAKING – Federal agents searched the Virginia home of former Trump-era Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark on Wednesday morning, according to multiple sources with direct knowledge of the activity. Story coming from me @alex_mallin @LukeLBarr

    691. Dylan says:

      I’d love it if the sleeper GOP win this cycle is that Blumenthal in CT gets defeated. I’m not THAT optimistic on it. As far as sleeper loss for GOP, I have to say that Walker in GA is not running a great campaign. Warnock does have some good ads up down there that make him seem reasonable. Herschell is running a sleepy almost invisible campaign. He needs to hope Kemp wins big and drags him across. Zero sense that the GOPe has any real strategy to defeat vote by mail or to co-opt it for their own benefit.

    692. EML says:

      Phil I think( hope) your unduly pessimistic re the Senate. In a wave year the GOP isn’t going to lose in Wisconsin,or Missouri, nor I believe Pennsylvania.
      When the dust settles they’ll probably win Georgia, and have a good shot in New Hampshire and Nevada,plus a sleeper somewhere.
      =====================================
      I’ve said it before, so I might as well say it again. With the state everything is in right now, I think we are good for 2022. Winning all of the contested seats is looking more likely than not. Let’s call them NC, OH, MO, WI, GA, AZ, NV, NH, PA for a pickup of GOP +4.

      The problem is going to be in 2028, which is a presidential election year. It certainly does look like we are nominating a bunch of duds this year. Ok, duds might be harsh. Let’s call them “unknowns”. Maybe one or more of these guys can surprise if they get elected, but it doesn’t look good right now.

      Herschel, Oz, Vance, Masters, Greitens are all huge question marks. That could be 5 seats gone in 2028. Bolduc as well in NH, although I think nominating state Sen Morse is the way to go here. Less concerned about Laxalt in NV. And Budd in NC is probably the best of the bunch, both in electability in the state and conservative credentials.

      Also should be noted is the recruiting failure in CO. Bennet could be vulnerable this year, but it looks like we have 2 duds. Hanks is being pumped up by the Democrats while O’Dea, who is better suited ideologically for the state, had to petition his way onto the primary ballot and can’t stop the Dem attacks.

      It’s really quite amazing how the GOP is recruiting many great candidates for the House, but is ending up with so many duds for the Senate. Being in the House must be a great job, because no Republican House members in PA, CO, OH, or GA wanted to run for Senate.

    693. Dylan says:

      713-_the recruitment “failures” in the Senate are to me largely the fault of Sen. Rick Scott who is a mediocrity with no real vision and even less personality. This was the year to go for the gold. Didnt happen.

    694. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Gov. Gavin Newsom has joined former President Donald Trump’s Truth Social network in what he describes as an effort to combat “Republican lies” about U.S. politics.

      “We are not going to let Republican lies go unchecked. Not in this campaign, and not with so much at stake in California and in our country,” Newsom said in an email message to supporters on Wednesday.

    695. Phil says:

      Agree on Scott.

    696. EML says:

      I’d love it if the sleeper GOP win this cycle is that Blumenthal in CT gets defeated.
      =============================
      Connecticut is infuriating. Despite not being quite the runaway blowout of Vermont, Massachusetts, or Rhode Island, they keep electing Democrat after Democrat. I understand it’s a Dem gerrymandered state, but even with their gerrymander, CT-02 and CT-05 are merely D+2. Yet, we can’t seem to win here. The last House member was Chris Shays who lost to Jim Himes in 2008.

      The last time a Republican won a Senate seat was in 1982. They just love their valor stealing Senator apparently.

      The Governor elections are even worse. After Jodi Rell won with 63% of the vote in 2006, no Republican has won the governorship, despite CT being in dire economic straits. The infuriating part is that Dem Gov candidates since then have won with vote shares of 49.5%, 50.7%, and 49.4%. Lucy is going to pull the football once again and let CT Dems win every race this year.

    697. Gordon Allen says:

      EML: Wasn’t one of those narrow losses when a Democratic Committee man from Bridgeport ” discovered” 10,000 ballots stuffed in the trunk of his car? I had left Connecticut by then,but believe I heard about that. Or my memory is addled?

    698. Tina says:

      Loon Cheney seeking out Drat voters.

      Reid J. Epstein
      @reidepstein
      · 43m
      NEW NEWS: Liz Cheney is sending mail to Wyoming Democrats with instructions on how to switch parties to vote for her in the state’s August primary.

      https://nytimes.com/2022/06/23/us/politics/liz-cheney-wyoming-democrats-change-parties.html…
      Show this thread

    699. NYCmike says:

      #711 – Bitterlaw and jason to reflexively defend the FBI’s(or whatever federal agency it was) actions in 3……2…….1……

    700. Gordon Allen says:

      My brother in law worked as a career Asst AG for Blumenthal( the AG), and despite being a Democrat disliked Blumenthal as an outright political hack,and nauseous personally .
      He’s all that.

    701. Wes says:

      Republicans probably would have won the 1988 Senate race in CT (and by extension the 1994 race) had they not let Jim Buckley–who had already lost twice for Senate, once to Daniel Moynihan in NY and once to Chris Dodd even as Reagan carried CT–undermine Lowell Weicker, EML.

      I’m no fan of Weicker personally given his Rockefeller Republican-style proclivities in the Senate, but despite his frequent public clashes with the national party, he never showed any inclination to switch parties in the Senate.

      In contrast, despite his lionization by some conservatives as a moderate-to conservative Democrat, Joe Lieberman was both an organizational vote for Senate Democrats and a loyal leftist, voting 95% with his party. Lieberman publicly broke with his party primarily on foreign policy after 9/11, most likely influenced by his background as an Orthodox Jew. On virtually all other issues, Lieberman toed the party line, including on Obamacare despite winning his final term in 2006 because Republicans abandoned their nominee, Tom Shallenburger, and backed Lieberman over moonbat Ned Lamont.

      That kind of myopic thinking combined with the Nutmeg State’s leftward lurch during the GWB and Obama years has made the CTGOP a rump party with no end to its sojourn in the wilderness in sight.

    702. Wes says:

      You’re referring to the 2010 race between Foley and Malloy, Gordon. Malloy pulled ahead after some outstanding votes from heavily Dem cities trickled in.

      Foley looked at the votes and determined there was insufficient evidence to indicate Malloy had win by fraud.

    703. Wes says:

      Since Weicker’s defeat in 1988, Republicans have put up only a series of weak candidates for CT-Sen. Linda McMahon–whose husband is currently involved in a scandal involving hush money paid out to mistresses–was their strongest candidate. She spent a huge sum of money but had the stigma of pro wrestling behind her. She lost to Blumenthal and one of the worst examples of a Senator–Murphy–in back-to-back elections by nearly identical margins.

    704. Dylan says:

      if the CTGOP had a kid with the CAGOP, can you imagine how pitiful that political “child” would be?!?

    705. Gordon Allen says:

      Wes. The GOP elected John Rowland as Governor in 1994,1998,and 2002,and Jodi Rell in 2006,4 straight
      Rowland was a sleaze,twice convicted criminally, and Rell a Larry Hogan ” Republican “. But it should be possible.

    706. EML says:

      I’m sorry, I’m a little salty that the Connecticut court-ordered redistricting plan decided that keeping the “lobster claw” was the right thing to do. CT-05 should easily be a Republican seat if drawn fairly.

    707. Robbie says:

      I took a look at Mediaite and it features quite a few clips about the hearings on the riot that took place at the Capital.

      The clips don’t matter, but they reminded me that some of my “favorite” posters here actually believed the wild conspiracy that Trump sent American commandos into Germany and they had a gun fight to recover the servers that supposedly showed Trump won the election.

      LOL! What a bunch of kooks.

    708. Robbie says:

      Jonathan Karl
      @jonkarl
      Let that sink in — the White House chief of staff demanding DOJ and DoD to investigate whether Italian military satellites where used to manipulate voting machines in the USA .. I explored this wackiness in detail in “Betrayal”

      – This nutty theory was discussed in this forum at the time as plausible as well.

    709. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Phil:
      This may curtail some of your concern about the Wisconsin Senate race:

      “Might be worth remembering that Marquette polling is so bad that they had Johnson losing by as much as 16 points last time he ran. (Johnson won by 3.4 points)” https://realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2016/senate/wi/wisconsin_senate_johnson_vs_feingold-3740.html#polls
      (H/T: Mollie Hemingway)

    710. EML says:

      Yep, first thing I thought today when I saw that Marquette poll. When they first started polling ~2010ish, they were ok, but they have falling off the rails with their Dem cheerleading at this point. I don’t see Evers surviving against Kleefisch. Johnson wins comfortably (for Wisconsin).

    711. jason says:

      OJ and DoD to investigate whether Italian military satellites where used to manipulate voting machines in the USA ”

      With all that is happening in the Biden administration this is all Amoral Scumbag can think about?

      What a small, sick, demented, twisted mind.

    712. jason says:

      I understand from your posts over the years you don’t think the border is any big deal. I get that. ”

      You never read anything I wrote that would remotely suggest that.

      Nobody has advocated for border control here more than I have.

      GFY.

    713. jason says:

      John Cornyn is not for open borders. But of course Phil knows that.

    714. jason says:

      #711 – Bitterlaw and jason to reflexively defend the FBI’s(or whatever federal agency it was) actions in 3……2…….1……”

      I can’t speak for Bitter, what I will reflexively state is anybody who wants to eliminate or defund the FBI is a certified moron.

    715. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      729. I was wondering why my ballot was in Italian, with a little picture of Mussolini at the top corner — I thought it was Newsom.

    716. Phil says:

      Somehow if we throw in with the so called “comprehensive immigration reform” bill that will take care of the border security problem. Let’s define what that means in practical terms. Democrats get blanket amnesty and Republicans get exactly what in terms of border security? Answer: nothing. Zilch. There you have what Schumer and his buds consider “comprehensive immigration reform.

      In no way shape or form is that winning.

    717. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      719. Meanwhile, the Wyoming Democrats are attacking Liz Cheney on Twitter:

      Wyoming Democrats
      @WyoDems

      As WyoDems, we will always fight to keep public lands in public hands so every generation can enjoy them. Unlike Harriet Hageman & Liz Cheney, who are desperate to privatize them & sell them off to the highest bidder. Get out there & enjoy Free Fishing Day on our public lands!

    718. EML says:

      OJ and DoD to investigate
      ========================
      Don’t really trust OJ to investigate anything tbh.

    719. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      COLORADO MAIL VOTING, 6/23
      Wow, Colorado!
      (1) 57K returned mail ballots today
      (2) Cumulative total: 526K (12% of electorate, or +1%)
      (3) Republicans further add to their lead:now 46R-44D%
      (4) Inds are pulling a GOP ballot 54.5-45.5%
      (5) For context, voter registration is 28-25% D/R (48% Ind).
      5:06 PM · Jun 23, 2022·Twitter Web App

    720. Phil says:

      Liz has sent out flyers to Democrats across the state of Wyoming urging them to change their registration so they can vote for her in the Republican Primary. The appeal is also now appearing on her website.

      This woman is a piece of work.

      If you look in the dictionary under RINO there is a picture of her……I don’t care what her voting record was in prior years.

    721. Wes says:

      I can’t wait till Liz is gone in January, Phil. Thankfully I don’t watch MSNBC, so I’ll rarely have to see her face again.

    722. Phil says:

      I don’t get it, Wes. By openly begging for Democratic votes in the primary she burns any chance she ever had of redemption among Republicans after she loses.

      On the other hand, maybe she figures she’s already burned those bridges and she just would rather lose 65-35 with Democratic support than 75-25 without D support.

    723. Phil says:

      I can’t imagine she really thinks she can get enough Democratic votes in that state to actually win.

    724. Wes says:

      I don’t care if Liz loses by one vote, Phil, just so long as she loses.

    725. Wes says:

      Gordon, the last poll I saw said Ned Lamont (D-VT) has a 57-35 approval rating. How I don’t know, but I have no reason to believe he isn’t popular even if the poll inflates his standing with voters.

      I don’t think he’ll lose.

      The only poll I’ve seen for CT-Sen showed Danang Dick up 50-40 over likely GOP nominee Themis Klarides–ironically a former employee of Linda and Vince McMahon in the ’90s.

      I like Themis and think she’s the best the GOP can do. Unfortunately I think a 10-point loss is the best scenario she can achieve against Danang Dick.

      The only way I imagine Themis has a remote chance of winning is if the economy weakens even further over the next four months while Blumenthal fails to take the race seriously.

      That’s not an impossible scenario, but I find it highly unlikely.

    726. Wes says:

      D-CT for Lamont, not D-VT. Autocorrect strikes again.

    727. Gordon Allen says:

      Wes,In june I would consider a 10 point lead for Blumenthal, a household name,encouraging.
      I know nothing about the GOP candidate,but I suspect in June 1980,or June 1994,a 10 point lead was common for Democrats over Republicans in a lot of races

    728. Gordon Allen says:

      It is a long shot,but if Biden is minus 20 or more in November,anything is possible.
      I’d love it to be true,as Blumenthal is a true jersey

    729. Gordon Allen says:

      Jerk,not jersey. Autocorrect, yuk

    730. Tina says:

      Wissing won’t be happy.

      PollTracker
      @PollTrackerUSA
      2022 #NCSen General Election Poll:

      Ted Budd (R) 45% (+5)
      Cheri Beasley (D) 40%
      Shannon Bray (L) 3%
      Matthew Hoh (G) 1%

      @cygnal
      /
      @JohnLockeNC
      ~ 600 LV ~ 6/17-6/19
      https://johnlocke.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/19701-JLF-NC-Toplines.pdf…
      1:44 PM · Jun 23, 2022·Twitter Web App

    731. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t want to speak for Jason not speaking for me but unless NYC tells me who is going to go after terrorists, organized crime, sex traffickers, drug gangs and other criminals if he gets his dream of disbanding the FBI, he can F off.

      But I hope he buys my book.

    732. Tgca says:

      750

      Jerk or Jersey. Either way represents lefties from the Sewer State.

    733. Wes says:

      I’d love to see Themis win too, Gordon. Beyond the satisfaction of having a GOP Senator from Connecticut, knowing Republicans elected a female bodybuilder-,turned-respectable politician would just seem appropriate for the times. For those unaware,
      Themis Klarides went from wrestling ring girl to bodybuilder to attorney leader of the Republicans in the CT Legislature.

      I’d feel better about the race if Murphy were the Senator up this year though. Danang Dick may be a supercilious ass, but he’s become an institution in the state with a long unbroken string of statewide victories going back decades. Meanwhile, Murphy is a total lightweight out of his depth in the Senate with a history of ethical issues behind him.

      I hope the scenario I laid out above wherein Blumenthal ignores Themis while the national situation deteriorates to the point where Republicans can win statewide in CT occurs. Currently I’d handicap that as a one in five chance though.

      It’s the kind of scenario that has propelled unexpected winners into the Senate before, however.

    734. Tom says:

      Liz Chaney gives RINO’s a bad name.

    735. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      · 55m
      Cygnal poll of PENNSYLVANIA:

      SENATE
      John Fetterman (D) 48% (+4)
      Mehmet Oz (R) 44%

      GOVERNOR
      Josh Shaprio (D) 48% (+3)
      Doug Mastriano (R) 45%

      535 LV/ 6/16-17 / Sam

    736. NYCmike says:

      “I don’t want to speak for Jason not speaking for me but unless NYC tells me who is going to go after terrorists, organized crime, sex traffickers, drug gangs and other criminals if he gets his dream of disbanding the FBI, he can F off.”

      -It’s not a dream, it’s becoming a reality. The more they go after people for political disagreements, the likelier it is there will be a reaction that goes too far. People like you giving them cover for their misdeeds because they also do good things, the higher the likelihood they will continue to abuse their power.

      As for sex traffickers, how many names have we seen from Epstein’s list?

    737. NYCmike says:

      Maybe all the FBI needs is “new, comprehensive” guidelines to stay in their lane……..

    738. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 New Hampshire Republican Primary Poll:

      DeSantis 39%
      Trump 37%
      Pence 9%
      Haley 6%
      Cruz 1%
      Noem 1%
      Pompeo 1%
      Cotton 0%
      R. Scott 0%
      T. Scott 0%

      @UNHSurveyCenter
      318 LV ~ 6/16-6/20

    739. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10948305/Joe-Biden-accidentally-reveals-awkward-cheat-sheet-reminding-seat-two-minute-responses.html

      You won’t see this story on MSNBC or CNN. To be fair, maybe all Presidents get these kind of instructions but I doubt they needed to be told to sit in their own seat.

    740. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      @StephenM
      Cancelling drilling in ANWR—which could produce up to 7 TIMES more oil than we import from Russia—is truly one of Putin’s most cunning & dastardly moves. It’s right up there with Putin tricking Pelosi & Schumer into unleashing runaway inflation by passing the American Rescue Act.

      Washington Free Beacon
      @FreeBeacon
      Jun 22
      Biden: “The simple truth is gas prices are up almost $2 a gallon because of Vladimir Putin’s ruthless attack on Ukraine.”

    741. Wobbles says:

      Avenatti will do better in that NH poll once he starts running ads.

    742. jason says:

      Cygnal poll of PENNSYLVANIA:

      SENATE
      John Fetterman (D) 48% (+4)
      Mehmet Oz (R) 44%

      GOVERNOR
      Josh Shaprio (D) 48% (+3)
      Doug Mastriano (R) 45%

      As I predicted when just about everyone here was already touting his demise, poll after poll is showing Mastriano is no push over. The rural county turnout for him in PA is going to be massive. He can win if Dems don’t turn out equally enthusiastically for Shapiro.

    743. jason says:

      It helps Mastriano he has a great speaking voice

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kon8E3X80Y0

    744. jason says:

      Oz and Mastriano need people who vote for either of them to vote for both of them.

    745. New York City says:

      I don’t want to speak for Jason not speaking for me but unless NYC tells me who is going to go after terrorists, organized crime, sex traffickers, drug gangs and other criminals if he gets his dream of disbanding the FBI, he can F off.”

      What??

      You mean the FBI’s 35,000 employees have other duties and attributions besides persecuting Rs? This is obviously news to me.

      Who knew?

    746. jason says:

      People like you giving them cover”

      Hey Bitter, admitting the FBI has very important and essential roles in combating in protecting the country against terrorism, organized crime, sex and human trafficking, drug cartels, etc. is “giving cover to their misdeeds”.

      Every time I think NYC can’t possible say something stupider, he rises to the occasion.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    747. jason says:

      WAPO financial advisor decides Americans aren’t suffering as much as they think.

      “Overall, many Americans aren’t suffering as much as they think they are and we can think things into existence because we are unrealistically fearful of something that hasn’t happened yet,” the paper’s personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary said during a Wednesday appearance on MSNBC. “We don’t know if we’re in a recession yet.”

    748. jason says:

      Widest gap yet on Predictit between DeSantis and Trump for the nomination.

      Of course, bettors at Predictit have always been somewhat skeptical Trump would actually run.

      If the perception among Rs grows that DeSantis can win both the nomination AND the GE and it shows in more state polls, it could influence Trump’s decision.

      https://www.predictit.org/markets/detail/7053/Who-will-win-the-2024-Republican-presidential-nomination

    749. EML says:

      Everybody ready for the Leftist meltdowns after SCTOUS decisions today?

    750. Wobbles says:

      Suicide line number at my side.

    751. jason says:

      Another of Amoral Scumbag’s paragons of virtue.

      “In February, Cheney told me she would not make a concerted effort to reach out to Democrats asking them to change parties.

      “That is not something that I have contemplated, that I have organized or that I will organize,” she said in a Cheyenne interview.”

    752. Bitterlaw says:

      EML – My office is across the street from City Hall in Philadelphia. I am on the 16th floor so I will hear protests but am otherwise unaffected.

    753. jason says:

      Nice trend…

      QUINNIPIAC: Biden Job Approval Trends

      Approve/Disapprove:

      Feb 2021: 49/36 (net: +13)

      May 2021: 49/41 (+8)

      July 2021: 47/44 (+3)

      Sept 2021: 44/50 (-6)

      Nov 2021: 38/53 (-15)

      Feb 2022: 37/56 (-19)

      Apr 2022: 35/55 (-20)

      JUNE 2022: 33/57 (-24)

      Amoral Scumbag will be here talking about Mastriano, Walker, Trump, and jason, bet on it.

    754. jason says:

      I am not expecting much reaction from the Amish around here.

    755. jason says:

      I know what Amos will say if I tell him SCOTUS says there is no constitutional right to abortion.

      “The English are crazy”

    756. DW says:

      If you are a DEM and you are under water -24 with Quinnipiac…

    757. Tina says:

      Look for the Russian hoaxer to be here for sure.

      2 Biden approval polls in the low 30s.

    758. EML says:

      There are 9 SCOTUS cases left to be announced this term. Today is the last day of the term, but it is unlikely all 9 will be announced today. What is likely is that they will announce when the leftover cases will be released, probably on Monday.

    759. EML says:

      There are 4 ‘big’ cases left and 5 smaller cases. The big cases are the ones likely to cause Leftist meltdowns:

      Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization (abortion)
      West Virginia v. EPA (environmental regulations)
      Kennedy v. Bremerton School District (voluntary school prayer)
      Biden v. Texas (immigration)

      SCOTUS might side with the federal government in Biden v Texas, but the other 3 Leftists certainly aren’t going to like.

    760. EML says:

      First case is Empire Health v Becerra. 5-4. Kagan opinion.

    761. EML says:

      Medicare reimbursement rates for hospitals.

    762. EML says:

      Thomas, Breyer, Sotomayor and Barrett join the Kagan opinion

    763. jason says:

      Thomas, Breyer, Sotomayor and Barrett join the Kagan opinion”

      Weird “coalition” there.

    764. EML says:

      Also weird is Roberts and Kavanaugh in dissent. Only the second time for both in this term that they have dissented.

    765. EML says:

      Dobbs is up. Meltdown commencing.

    766. EML says:

      6-3, Roberts joins the majority. 3 libs in dissent.

    767. EML says:

      There is nothing in the Constitution about abortion, and the Constitution does not implicitly protect the right.

    768. EML says:

      “It is time to heed the Constitution and return the issue of abortion to the people’s elected representatives.”

    769. EML says:

      Thomas and Kavanaugh concurring opinions.

    770. Bitterlaw says:

      Roberts fails to meet Tina’s expectations again.

    771. EML says:

      Roberts wanted a narrower ruling – he would have upheld the Mississippi law (no abortion after 15 weeks), but not gutted Roe and Casey. Joined the majority anyway.

    772. Tina says:

      When do the peaceful protests commence?

      The rioters will get off Scott free, like the BlMers did.

    773. Robbie says:

      What a great day for the value of life.

    774. Phil says:

      Ok then. Time for the left to burn down the cities cheered on by Schumer from the Senate floor.

      It’s how the left reacts when they don’t get their way.

    775. Tina says:

      We neee to thank the 3 sc justices that trump appointed, as well as Alito and Thomas.

      Thank goodness Alito replaced Harrier Miers, a bush chrony and a Rino.

    776. Phil says:

      Yeah, I forgot about Miers. Another brilliant move by W. Could have been a disaster. Thankfully, she was so inept the nomination had to be pulled.

    777. Tina says:

      Roberts likely joined because of the leak. Felt threatened.

      He wanted a narrower decision for sure.

    778. EML says:

      That’s it, just 2 of the 9 opinions are coming today. The other 7 are left for next week. Wanted to drop the Dobbs bombshell on a Friday and peace out.

    779. Tina says:

      Phil, I liked bush, but he managed to phuq up everything he touched, from the economy to Iraq and Afghanistan,

      A horrible president

    780. Tina says:

      Where are the cryer and loon Cheney?

      Drew Hernandez
      @DrewHLive
      · 4m
      TRIGGERED: Pro Abortion protesters burst into tears and begin to condemn the Supreme Court as “ILLEGITIMATE” as the decsion to overturn Roe v Wade is announced in front of the Supreme Court here in DC | @TPUSA

    781. DW says:

      the morons at RRH immediately put out two warnings:

      “COMMENTS THAT ARE NOT ELECTORAL IN THEIR FOCUS WILL BE DELETED.”

      “JUST AS A PREEMPTIVE WARNING, STICK TO ELECTIONS”

      Duh! Abortion and SCOTUS decisions are in fact critically important election issues.

    782. Tina says:

      You cannot critics the sc, it’s an institution.

      Those be the rulz

    783. Bitterlaw says:

      I am sure Robbie and CG will not thank Trump for his 3 SCOTUS picks who delivered today.

      As for Roberts, he made it 6-3 despite his concurring opinion.

    784. jason says:

      I wanted a narrower decision too.

      You don’t always get what you want.

    785. Tina says:

      John Roberts could not pull a John Roberts due to the Drat leaker.

    786. Gordon Allen says:

      This will go down as a major part of Trump’s legacy/
      The three Justices he appointed made this possible/
      Hurrah for him.

    787. jason says:

      The Biden Troll thinks abortion is important.

      He voted for a guy and a party and an agenda that allows for killing a viable fetus outside the womb.

      He is not going to thank Trump for anything.

    788. jason says:

      The RINO hunters are disappointed they can’t attack Roberts.

      I feel so bad for them.

    789. Phil says:

      I voted for W twice, Tina. Contributed to both his campaigns. But yeah, a huge disappointment. Kept John Kerry out of the WH so I’ll give him that.

    790. Tina says:

      Add yesterdays 2nd amendment decision

      Jack Posobiec ??
      @JackPosobiec
      Trump just delivered the biggest victory for conservatives in a generation
      7:34 AM · Jun 24, 2022·Twitter for iPhone
      365
      Retweets
      16
      Quote Tweets
      2,303
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    791. Phil says:

      Speaking of the Supreme Court leaker, I’m beginning to think he or she got away with it.

      Pathetic.

    792. Tina says:

      The protesters outside of the sc chanting “illegitimate” need to be arrested. Where is the joke 6 commission when you need it?

      Where is the fib?

    793. Wes says:

      Liberals will howl about the abortion decision, but fundamentally access to abortion will change little, if at all, after this decision. Abortion should always have been subject to state regulation rather than federal mandate anyway. I’m fine with this ruling, and once people realize there’s no substantive change anywhere regarding abortion, I think any outrage over it outside the typical leftist hyperbole will die down and be quickly forgotten.

    794. jason says:

      GWB was the right man at the right time. Nothing changes that.

    795. Tina says:

      11
      14
      104

      John Cardillo
      @johncardillo
      ·
      30m
      The savages are going to riot like they’ve never rioted.

      Dems and their Planned Parenthood masters just lost a lot of money.

    796. DW says:

      predictably, from the hand-wringers at RRH:

      “Today’s abortion ruling will energize democrats and probably keep them in control of Senate. I wouldn’t be surprised if GOP only had limited House gains now too. Not good in terms of turnout advantage for GOP”

      So the country is being overrun with violence, the economy is ruined, personal retirement savings have been wiped out, the medical profession has been Stalinized, gas is $5 a gallon and climbing, there are coming food shortages, but wait…lets put the same people back in power who did this to us because other people want to keep it easy to kill their own babies.

    797. jason says:

      Like wes, I consider myself pro-choice but I have no issue with this decision. It does not outlaw abortion.

    798. DW says:

      “Liberals will howl about the abortion decision, but fundamentally access to abortion will change little, if at all, after this decision. Abortion should always have been subject to state regulation rather than federal mandate anyway. I’m fine with this ruling, and once people realize there’s no substantive change anywhere regarding abortion, I think any outrage over it outside the typical leftist hyperbole will die down and be quickly forgotten.”

      I agree Wes, and what is critically important here is the further division of our country into states so we can choose to live among people we identify with. This helps move us closer to splitting the country up so the deep blue states will no longer hinder us like a cancerous tumor.

    799. Phil says:

      He was better than Gore and Kerry and I’d vote for him again if given the same choices. Still, a big disappointment.

    800. jason says:

      Speaking of the Supreme Court leaker, I’m beginning to think he or she got away with it.”

      Could have been an it.

    801. Tina says:

      Undercover Huber
      @JohnWHuber
      Important: The SCOTUS decision on Dobbs / Roe / Casey is really 5-4.

      CJ John Roberts tried to thread the needle of upholding the Mississippi law but not striking down all of Roe, just getting rid of the made up “viability” standard (because he’s a politician and a lib)

    802. Tina says:

      No doubt the Drat leaker gets away with it.

      We have a positives Doj and fib, and two tiers of justice.

      But let’s arrest Maga grandparents for “parading”.

      Keep them in jail for 14 months, before trial.

    803. SoHope says:

      Today is a good day…
      States, Time to pick up the ball and run.

    804. Tina says:

      Michael Knowles
      @michaeljknowles
      ·
      18m
      Donald Trump’s victory in 2016 ended the constitutional “right” to abortion. He has secured his place as one of the greatest and most consequential presidents in American history.

    805. Wes says:

      Roberts tried a typically solomonic approach of splitting the baby on the two abortion rulings. He voted to uphold the MS law but voted against the broader abortion law.

      Commit to one side or the other, John.

    806. Gordon Allen says:

      Florida has a 15 week limit, like Mississippi, and I think that will stand Undisturbed/
      But there may be a push to outlaw it completely, which I don’t think will pass.
      I believe the action will be in States with no recently passed(aka “swing states) law, as is generally the case.
      In hard Red or Blue States it won’t be that controversial…..Duh

    807. Phil says:

      Look for Democrats to take one more shot at removing the filibuster as a way to expand the Court. They will use this decision as the reason. Remember, they came within two votes of blowing up the filibuster and being able to expand the Court, make DC the 51st state and a bunch of other nutty ideas.

      It won’t happen mainly because no way Manchin votes to expand the Court. He stops that right in its tracks.

      Still, look for there to be a call over the upcoming days from prominent Democrats to pack the Court.

    808. Bitterlaw says:

      No. It was a 6-3 Decision. Roberts joined the result. Concurring opinions are a Zzzzzzz and do not change the ultimate outcome. Roe and Casey are overturned.

    809. jason says:

      Would the house have to vote on packing the court or only the Senate?

    810. jason says:

      Important: The SCOTUS decision on Dobbs / Roe / Casey is really 5-4.”

      BS.

      It was really 6-3.

    811. jason says:

      In my view, I would prefer abortion be always legal in the first 20 weeks. I would hope most states agree.

      But philosophically I don’t see how there is a constitutional right to abortion.

    812. Tina says:

      Erick Erickson
      @EWErickson
      ·
      1h
      Thank you, President Trump, for keeping your word and putting good Justices on the Supreme Court.

    813. Tina says:

      Good point. But he and murky Garland want violence.

      Kevin McCarthy
      @GOPLeader
      ·
      10m
      President Biden has a Constitutional duty to keep Americans safe—he must direct the Justice Department to deter and prevent violence against Supreme Court Justices, churches, and pro-life pregnancy centers. Now. Before it’s too late.

    814. jason says:

      Hey Erick, GFY.

    815. Skippy says:

      Thank you Trump and for all the pro life activists throughout the last 50 years.

      Now Biden must speak against violence this afternoon. He needs to provide leadership.

    816. DW says:

      “President Biden has a Constitutional duty to keep Americans safe—he must direct the Justice Department to deter and prevent violence against Supreme Court Justices, churches, and pro-life pregnancy centers. Now. Before it’s too late.”

      He won’t. He will come out angry, and say something that will encourage activists toward violence and destruction of property.

      One of my contacts who knows someone who heads a pro-life pregnancy center says that the center has been facing fake patients who come in, hoping to get them to slip up in something they say or do, so a lawsuit can be brought against them.

      The left plays dirty, then they play dirtier.

    817. DW says:

      Meanwhile…

      “Woman of the People: AOC Complains Her $174k Salary Isn’t Enough to Start a Family”

    818. jason says:

      Thank God. Some people shouldn’t reproduce.

    819. Bitterlaw says:

      The irony of the Casey decision being overturned is that Bob Casey, Sr. was probably one of the last truly pro-life Democratic politicians. I am sure his empty-suit son, Senator Bob Casey, Jr. will say something that dishonors his dad’s beliefs.

    820. Tina says:

      Chris Pandolfo
      @ChrisCPandolfo
      Rep. Maxine Waters: “To hell with the Supreme Court … we will defy them.”
      8:24 AM · Jun 24, 2022·Twitter for iPhone

    821. jason says:

      “Today is one of the darkest days our country has ever seen

      American women are having their rights taken by 5 unelected Justices on the extremist MAGA court

      These justices—appointed by Republicans and presiding without accountability—have stolen the fundamental right to abortion

      — Chuck Schumer”

      What a moron. Weren’t SCOTUS justices alwasy “unelected”.

      Are R Presidents allowed to appoint justices?

      I would hope NYC would stop trying so hard to keep this guy as majority leader.

    822. jason says:

      Looks like at Predictit they don’t agree with RRH that this will cost Rs the senate.

      https://www.predictit.org/markets/search?query=Midterms2022

    823. DW says:

      To be fair RRH, they did have a large number of posters who piled on in disagreement with the guy saying all our electoral chances were gone this fall in reaction to the Roe decision.

    824. DW says:

      Rep. Maxine Waters: “To hell with the Supreme Court … we will defy them.”

      Sounds like an encouragement to violence.

    825. DW says:

      Schumer: “American women are having their rights taken…”

      Wait a minute, I am confused. I thought there were no more women? Weren’t they reclassified a couple of weeks ago as ‘people who menstruate’?

      What about all the dudes out there who pretend to be people who menstruate? Their right to an abortion has been taken away too!!

      Schumer is a racist bigot!!

    826. Bitterlaw says:

      Maybe Rep. Waters should introduce a bill to make abortion legal in the US. Of course, that would require work rather than angry words.

    827. jason says:

      Men have waited 500,000 years to be able to get pregnant.

      I doubt any will want to terminate it.

    828. jason says:

      Tgca hasn’t been here to comment on ABORTION?

      Can we do a welfare check?

    829. jason says:

      MSM says SCOTUS “revokes constitutional right to abortion”.

      If there was never such right can it be revoked?

    830. jason says:

      Hillary is saying a fetus is a child? You be the judge.

      “Most Americans believe the decision to have a child is one of the most sacred decisions there is, and that such decisions should remain between patients and their doctors.

      Today’s Supreme Court opinion will live in infamy as a step backward for women’s rights and human rights.

      — Hillary Clinton”

    831. EML says:

      Can’t wait to see Democrats dressed in their finest Coexist or Be Nice t-shirts burning down pro-life clinics and threatening SCOTUS justices with death.

    832. Bitterlaw says:

      This should be like the Super Bowl for Tgca.

    833. jason says:

      Isn’t burning down clinics “domestic terrorism”?

      Asking for a friend.

    834. EML says:

      No, it’s a peaceful protest.

    835. jason says:

      Letter from Joe Biden claiming he has voted 50 times to ban federal funding for abortion.

      https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/6127592-biden94letter.html

    836. EML says:

      Wife just sent me a picture she took from her office of Andrew and Rudy G at a campaign stop in town. Looks like they’ve got a crowd of about 6 people.

    837. Wes says:

      By the way, we have empirical evidence indicating no state will issue a blanket ban on abortion after this ruling:

      In 2006 and 2008, South Dakota tried to pass a near-complete ban on abortions via ballot measure. Both measures failed by double digits.

      In 2011, Mississippi tried the same thing with identical results.

      This tells me more conservative states will enact some restrictions on abortion but never fully ban the procedure. Basically Texas and Florida will likely be the standard for right-leaning states going forward. I’m perfectly fine with that.

    838. Albertus Magnus says:

      Praise God for the most prolife President of our lifetime, President Donald. J. Trump!

      And FYI for the haters (shout out to Wes)

      Justices voting in favor of Roe vs. Wade in 1973

      Blackmon -Methodist
      Potter Stewart – Episcopalian
      William O. Douglas – Presbyterian
      Warren Burger – Presbyterian
      William Brennan – catholic
      Thurgood Marshall- Episcopalian
      Lewis Powell – Presbyterian

      Justices voting to overturn Roe vs. Wade in 2022

      Barrett – Catholic
      Alito – Catholic
      Thomas – Catholic
      Kavanaugh – Catholic
      Gorsuch – Catholic

    839. Bitterlaw says:

      Revisionist history starting already. You left out Roberts (Catholic), who did join in the 6-3 Decision that did overturn Roe and Casey.

    840. jason says:

      Most of the justices are Catholic?

      Geezus.

    841. Bitterlaw says:

      I am pleased that issue of abortion has properly been sent back to the states. If abortion is ultimately allowed to some degree in every state and territory, so be it. Democracy does not depend on always liking the outcome.

    842. jason says:

      Yep, I certainly oppose any attempt to ban abortion in PA. Not that it will happen.

    843. jason says:

      If you wondered who would come out with the most hyperbole on the SCOTUS decision don’t look too far….

      “A state can now execute a woman for refusing to submit to a forced birth even if the “abortion” is within hours of conception. barbarism.

      — Jennifer ‘I stand with Ukraine’ Rubin ???? (@JRubinBlogger)

    844. jason says:

      And FYI for the haters (shout out to Wes)”

      Glad wes is not an A-hole, definitely worth a few points…

    845. Albertus Magnus says:

      #864

      Arent you an attorney?

      I wasnt listing all justices not making the case that all Catholics vote prolife, although they should.

      I listed the baby-killing justices that voted for Roe and those who thought that decision was wrongly decided and their religious affiliations.

      You make a living of paying attention to details?

    846. Wes says:

      Except maybe a limitation of abortions to the first trimester, I don’t expect much of a change at all here in NC. Abortion has never been much of a hot-button issue here with politicians of radically different views on the issue winning statewide, sometimes on the same ballot.

      It’s just not much of an issue to most Tarheels.

    847. jason says:

      Baby killing justices…

      Zzzzzzzzz….

      I sometimes forget what a blithering idiot “Albert Magnus” is, but he makes sure he drives by occasionally to remind us.

    848. jason says:

      Sedition is now officially ok.

      BREAKING: Congresswoman @AOC has arrived in front of the Supreme Court and is chanting that the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade is “illegitimate” and calls for people to get “into the streets”

    849. Wes says:

      Ah. That’s who called me a “hater,” Jason–whatever the hell that means. I don’t feel like killing brain cells by reading posts from borderline illiterates, so I scroll past his rants without reading them whenever I see his handle.

    850. Albertus Magnus says:

      Abortion is a hot-button issue for Republicans, that is.

      Our legislature is OVERWHELMINGLY PROLIFE and has been so since the GOP took over the legislature in 2011 after the prolife organizations in our state mobilized to defeat them.

      I was a leader in that effort, Wes. I am sure you were around somewhere posting on HHR or other places from the safety of your parents’ basement.

      NC will lect Mark Robinson in 2024, and this state will be considered one of the most prolife states in the country.

    851. jason says:

      You make a living of paying attention to details?”

      You should be careful asking questions to lawyers.

      Don’t be surprised if searches all his cases to calculate how much of a living he made paying attention to details and then sends you a bill.

      No pro-bono.

    852. Wes says:

      AOC calls a decision handed down by a Supreme Court appointed in accordance with the Constitution “illegitimate”?

      Sure. Why not? It’s about as stupid as anything else spewing out of her braindead skull.

    853. jason says:

      I was a leader in that effort, Wes.”

      Hey wes, if Albert Magnus is a “leader” in your state, you is screwed.

    854. Wes says:

      He’s a leader in the same way the Mandarin was a leader in Iron Man 3, Jason.

    855. Tina says:

      Maybe Darth Idiot should figure out how to fight and win war.

      Lucas Tomlinson
      @LucasFoxNews
      · 1h
      Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Supreme Court overturning Roe v Wade: “…we continue to provide seamless access to reproductive health care as permitted by federal law.”

    856. jason says:

      Male service members still have access to abortions?

      Good to know.

    857. jason says:

      Rosie O’Donnell “very disappointed” with Liz Cheney for supporting SCOTUS decision.

      Awwwwww…..

    858. jason says:

      .@RepAOC esponds to SCOTUS ruling on Roe: “Right now, elections are not enough… we have to fill the streets.”

      Hmmm….

      “Elections are not enough”?

    859. jason says:

      George Gascón tries to outdo Jen Rubin, doesn’t quite make it.

      “This is a sad day in America. The Supreme Court has told half the population that it has no right to bodily autonomy.”

    860. jason says:

      Which half is he talking about?

      Sounds sexist.

    861. DW says:

      “The Supreme Court has told half the population that it has no right to bodily autonomy.”

      Where was this clown during the COVID mask and vaccine mandates?

    862. Tina says:

      Has Maxine Dirty Waters been arrrested yet?

      Where is wrong Wray?

      Insurrection

    863. DW says:

      Can we start a June 24 Commission to deal with these people who are agitating for violence and destruction of property?

    864. Wes says:

      Ah, Maxine Waters. Never change. Your histrionics on a ruling that changes virtually nothing are pure gold:

      https://www.foxnews.com/politics/maxine-waters-reacts-dobbs-ruling-hell-supreme-court-we-will-defy-them

      For the record, CA will still have some of the most lenient laws on abortion in the country. Nothing has changed.

    865. Tina says:

      14 GOP yes votes for the gun grab bill:

      • Cheney
      • Kinzinger
      • Rice
      • Katko
      • Salazar
      • Jacobs
      • Fitzpatrick
      • Meijer
      • Upton
      • Chabot
      • Turner
      • Joyce
      • Gonzalez (OH)
      • Gonzalez (TX)

    866. jason says:

      7 are pro-impeachment losers.

    867. jason says:

      Hyperbole much?

      “Pro-forced breeding”

    868. jason says:

      Why would anyone from WY vote for the gun bill?

    869. Bitterlaw says:

      I am a lawyer. You left out the detail that Roberts is also a Catholic.

      GFY

    870. EML says:

      Cheney, Kinzinger, Rice and maybe Joyce are inexscuable. The rest I understand. IE, I’m fine with Chabot and Turner and Katko and Meijer voting for what their constituents want. These are all CDs that Biden won. I’m also not opposed to the bill on principle, it’s just that Lefties make it so damn hard to compromise on anything.

    871. Phil says:

      Cheney again.

      What a surprise.

    872. jason says:

      I’m also not opposed to the bill on principle, it’s just that Lefties make it so damn hard to compromise on anything.”

      I agree. I don’t think it will stop mass shootings but it is not gutting the 2nd Amendment.

      The problem is the Dems view it as a down payment on their full agenda which is to gut the 2nd amendment.

      For that reason I oppose anything that constitutes a slippery slope.

    873. Tgca says:

      Praise Lord Jesus!

      Finally, after nearly 50 years and over an estimated 60 million babies MURDERED in the US by their moms, we have some sanity to protect life of babies at the federal level.

    874. jason says:

      Tgca is alive.

      Praised be the Lord.

    875. Wobbles says:

      Can we start a June 24 Commission to deal with these people who are agitating for violence and destruction of property?”

      Of course not, it would be a major distraction from what really matters, the Jan 6 Kangaroo Commission.

    876. EML says:

      CMI

    877. Tgca says:

      We have advanced in fetal health and science enormously since 1973. We know the logic the court used was wrong and ignorant. We now know a baby goes through spurts of development and within the 1st 20 weeks is the most significant of such spurts with respect to body and organ development. We also know babies have survived outside the womb as early as 22 weeks.

      With continued scientific advancement, the SCIENCE will one day prove beyond a doubt that the fetus is not just a clump of cells but actually a living developing baby that can interact with its surroundings during the time routine ABORTIONS are performed, as it has a functioning heart, lungs, brain, and many other organs.

    878. Tom says:

      This is the final show down. The liberals are going berserk. It’s time for the rule of law to stop this. Enjoy your tantrum liberals. Your high water mark has been reached. We may have to wait until 2024, but then this absurdity stops. Break the law and go to jail liberal stooges.

    879. Gordon Allen says:

      Garland has gone completely around the bend.
      He is a loathsome,lightweight, hateful turd.
      Give McConnell credit for torpedoing this Obama “moderate”.
      By reasonable standards he should be impeached.

    880. Tina says:

      Piglosi just said that you got to “rise up.” A “normal response” won’t work.

      This is treasonous.

      The jebots need to condemn her.

    881. Tina says:

      Murky Garland needs to be impeached. He lied to Congress about sending fib goons to harass parents protesting at school board meetings.

      Also, his bs statement today.

    882. Tina says:

      Will the j6 commission investigate this?

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    883. Tina says:

      “WASHINGTON, D.C.—Democrats have temporarily pushed pause on the January 6th hearings in order to lead an insurrection against the federal government.”
      https://babylonbee.com/news/dems-pause-january-6-hearings-to-call-for-insurrection… via @TheBabylonBee

    884. Tina says:

      American Greatness
      @theamgreatness
      ·
      2h
      Joe Biden’s approval rating has dropped to a new low of 35.1 percent in the latest Trafalgar Group poll, with 59.7 percent disapproving. Only 15 percent of respondents “strongly” approved of the job Biden is doing …

    885. NYCmike says:

      If there is any violence against pro-life clinics, it warms my heart to know that the FBI will apprehend those perpetrators in no time! They are so focused and driven to quickly investigate those potentially terrible criminal acts!

    886. Bitterlaw says:

      No big protests on my way home from work. Just some sign wavers near City Hall.

    887. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      I don’t understand why you and jason insist on defending the FBI, when it consistently shows that the leadership of the organization has become a tool of the Democratic Party.

      I liken it to when Rudy Giuliani was running for NYC Mayor, and then at the beginning of his tenure. He supported the cops vociferously, but was also outspoken against the leadership of the NYPD, as well as the politicians and the media who insisted on the status quo, or of less power for the NYPD. Clearly, Rudy showed that the existing laws were fine, and all that was needed was a change in tactics and strategies, as well as POLITICAL WILL.

      You do NOT support the rank-and-file when you refuse to call out the leadership in a forceful manner.

      GFY’s.

      Enjoy the weekend.

    888. Bitterlaw says:

      I do not support FBI leaders who are targeting political opponents. I do support the FBI’s actions against terrorists and criminals. Both can be true.

      Are you ever going to say who fights terrorists and criminals if you get your dr am fulfilled and the FBI is disbanded?

    889. Cash Cow TM says:

      Nestled in at Charleston, SC.

    890. jason says:

      I don’t understand why you and jason insist on defending the FBI,”

      I don’t understand why you don’t educate yourself on the actual functions of the FBI so you don’t keep making an ass out of yourself.

      I defend the FBI as an institution that has 35,000 employees and an essential role in protecting the country against spying, terrorism, organized crime, sex and human trafficking, drug cartels, etc.

      Your failure to understand what the purpose of the FBI is renders any criticism of its leadership or its “misdeeds” as hollow and ignorant.

    891. Phil says:

      Nobody has a problem with the purpose of the FBI.

      Where we have a problem is having it turned into a political arm of the left which is exactly what they did with the whole fraudulent Russian collusion hoax. That directly contradicts it’s “purpose”.

    892. GF says:

      Wes, I’ve seen some of your prognostications up thread, specifically CT-Sen. BTW, thank you for the DM on FB.??

      Some here don’t realize that Wes and I don’t always see eye to eye on a given issue, but we respect one another for being able to analyze elections dispassionately. For my part, I coldly divorce myself from emotions as to what result I’d rather see, and I’m sure he does the same.

      And yes, I see CT-Sen and Gov as long shots in this environment, especially post-Dobbs. That said, in an unorthodox twist, my call is that Danang Dick is actually slightly more vulnerable than Lamont, if only because the latter has not governed as the stereotypical Pinko that he campaigned as being in 2006 against Joe Lieberman. Candidate quality matters; and Themides seems to be head and shoulders above what the GOP gubernatorial field is ATM.

    893. Bitterlaw says:

      I heard interviews with several women last night. They had abortions when they were younger. All of the pregnancies were the result of consensual sex so no rape/incest/maternal health factors. All of them later had children. One was pregnant now. None of the women regretted what they did.

      My reaction to it was to wonder what these women expected people to think. They killed their children. Letting others survive later does not redeem them. I don’t believe in redemption.

      I don’t know where we go now as a nation. Women who killed their children should not be celebrated. However, the fathers should also not get off without consequences. If a woman has a child, the father must support that child either voluntarily or by court order. It takes 2 to create a life (so far) and the mom should not be the only one to face the consequences.

    894. Bitterlaw says:

      Babies should not die because their parents were irresponsible. Age appropriate sex education should be taught in schools. Contraception should be cheap and available. Why any woman would sleep with a guy too cheap or too stupid to buy condoms is a mystery. If contraception fails, no excuse. Every time you do it, be ready to face the consequences. If you’re not ready, don’t do it.

      But Bitter, some women trick men into…Save it. No man is tricked into anything. They wanted to do it and they did it. If the woman said she was on birth control and she wasn’t, too bad. It is unlikely she forced him at gunpoint to not wear a condom.

    895. jason says:

      Phil says:
      June 24, 2022 at 11:09 pm

      Nobody has a problem with the purpose of the FBI.”

      Good. So if you acknowledge its purpose then you understand that “eliminating” or “defunding” the FBI is asinine.

      Tell it to NYC and Tina.

      The FBI is just one more agency that has been politicized. It is a reflection not only of the Democratic administrations that have politicized them but also of the fact many people working in these agencies are products of a left wing academia.

    896. jason says:

      Joe Biden, 2006:

      “I do not view abortion as a choice and a right, I think it’s always a tragedy.”

    897. jason says:

      In the you can’t make this sh-t up category.

      Abortion is a fundamental right for all women. It must be protected. I wish to express my solidarity with the women whose liberties are being undermined by the Supreme Court of the United States.

      — Emmanuel Macron (@EmmanuelMacron) June 24, 2022″

      Fact:

      “Abortion in France is legal on demand during the first 14 weeks from conception Abortions at later stages of pregnancy are allowed if two physicians certify that the abortion will be done to prevent grave permanent injury to the physical or mental health of the pregnant woman; a risk to the life of the pregnant woman; or that the child will suffer from a particularly severe illness recognized as incurable.”

    898. jason says:

      I already quoted Rubin in # 868.

      Find new material.

    899. Albertus Magnus says:

      Hopefully, you self-annointed political consultants have realized that Dobbs has energized both sides of the abortion issue, not just the baby-killing left.

      In states where a decent majority is pro-kid-killing, their margins will get bigger for their candidates.

      In states where there is a decent prolife majority, the margins for the prolife candidates will likewise increase.

      It is in those districts and areas that are swing districts that the battle will be waged and, sorry to disappoint you, but historically, THAT advantage has ALWAYS benefited the prolifers by 2-4%.

    900. Tina says:

      Yeah, just one more agency that has been politicized.

      Correct. And that politicization has rendered it ineffective on every level.

    901. Tina says:

      Kurt Schlichter
      @KurtSchlichter
      ·
      1h
      This tiresome elf is to constitutional analysis what he is to height
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      Robert Reich
      @RBReich
      · 12h
      If Thomas is correct, wouldn’t the Supreme Court’s 1967 decision in Loving v. Virginia also have to be reversed, barring him from marrying Ginni?

    902. Tina says:

      Didn’t Mute 43 say that illegal immigration is an act of love?

      Radical Squad Member Cori Bush Speaks At Pro-Abortion Rally – Protesters Claim Abortion Is ‘An Act Of Love”

    903. jason says:

      In states where a decent majority is pro-kid-killing”

      Zzzzzzz……

      Albertus Magnus is the Jen Rubin of HHR, vying hard to see if he can make the most stupid statement.

    904. jason says:

      Correct. And that politicization has rendered it ineffective on every level.”

      A gross exaggeration and more ignorance of what the functions of the FBI really are.

      The functions of the FBI are essential to the safety and security of the country. Failure to recognize that by making irresponsible “disband” and “defund” the FBI statements is as stupid as the left wing idiots who want to defund the police.

    905. jason says:

      I think Robert Reich might be our troll Roadkill Maggot.

      Still pining for the old Soviet Union and the dictatorship of the proletariat.

    906. jason says:

      Didn’t Mute 43 say that illegal immigration is an act of love?”

      No.

      That was Jeb!

    907. jason says:

      Btw, where is Roadkill Maggot.

      You would think he would be here all excited that Roe v. Wade will propel Dems to victory in November.

    908. Albertus Magnus says:

      934

      Your post here re-affirms EXACTLY what I said.

      Most voters are NOT single issue prolife or probaby-killing. They have opinions on the topic but dont base their votes on it.

      But those that ARE single issue abortion voters, HAVE VOTED overwhelmingly prolife for over 30 years.

      Overturning Roe may change that…but there is NO evidence for it.

    909. DW says:

      Irony is the protests and flag burnings are all in places where abortion is legal

    910. Tgca says:

      I say let them burn down their cities. Do as much destruction as possible. Let’s see it in the news 24/7.

      Me thinks that will only entice the Indys to side with the GOP more in midterms even in states where the PEACEFUL protests do not occur.

    911. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw and jason ignore what I wrote about Rudy and the NYPD, conveniently.

      Rudy never called for the disbanding of the NYPD, and I don’t call for getting rid of the FBI.

      I do look for all thinking beings to call out the FBI continuously for their political hatchet jobs, BECAUSE they keep happening.

      When you reflexively protect the institution without calling for them to make needed changes, you are supporting the rogue elements. Own it.

    912. Tgca says:

      Perhaps SCOTUS can issue a decision next week that states a woman is defined as person that has a vagina at birth and a man is defined as a person that has a penis at birth and there are only 2 genders male and female based on genitalia at birth and the rest of gender designations are degenerate lifestyles which are protected by the 1A as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others. To me that is a compromise.

      That along with the 2A and ABORTION decision would guarantee us a summer of PEACEFUL protests splattered on the news 24/7 that should benefit the GOP in the midterms.

    913. NYCmike says:

      Tgca,

      Not true! Doctors decide, BY GUESSING, each individuals gender, and sometimes they get it wrong!!

    914. jason says:

      I do look for all thinking beings to call out the FBI continuously”

      LOL

      SEND A MESSAGE!

      TELL A STORY!

    915. Tgca says:

      941

      My bad you’re right.

      Recent reporting on baby delivery.

      Mom before baby delivered:
      Doctor, my baby and I have special connection and we communicated all the time during my pregnancy. My baby already told me SHE will identify as a female and she prefers the name Sara.

      Doctor after baby delivered:
      You’ll be happy to know it’s a healthy looking little girl.

      Would you like us schedule her penile circumcision for tomorrow or wait a few more days?

    916. jason says:

      I think if NYC is really concerned about the abuses at the FBI he will stop supporting Chuck Schumer as Majority Leader.

      Given his history, I doubt that will happen.

    917. Tgca says:

      Collins trying to shield herself from responsibility of her SCOTUS confirmation vote…or is she really that STOOPID and naive to think a jurist would never consider overriding a precedent when it’s frequently done?

      …or does she think her constituents are that STOOPID with her trying to pass off this BS as she was misled?

      So she thinks precedent should NEVAH be overridden? Hmmm…

      She’ll need to explain to women and minorities why it was wrong to override many discriminatory precedents in the past 50 years.

      Susan Collins Accuses Justices Kavanaugh and Gorsuch of Lying About Roe During Their Confirmation Hearing

      https://redstate.com/streiff/2022/06/25/susan-collins-accuses-justices-kavanaugh-and-gorsuch-of-lying-about-roe-during-their-confirmation-hearing-n584013

    918. NYCmike says:

      #942 & #944 – in some ways, this guy giving up his right to vote could be looked at as a positive, because those replies show he is not a serious person. Pathetic.

    919. Tgca says:

      Fat skank Ana Navarro uses her family experience and the personal and financial burdens families experience to try and justify ABORTION choices.

      She fails to discuss the experience the baby goes through as it is viciously murdered and ripped apart by the choice of the mother.

      So in Ana’s world, being mentally disabled or having Down Syndrome or autism is an excuse to choose ABORTION.

      I would like Ana to talk with some people I know who have disabled loved ones with mental retardation, Down Syndrome, and autism. Not one of them feel their life has been worsened because of these people. In fact, just the opposite. They love them for who they are despite their limitations and have often told me how these people brought a different perspective to their life.

      What a horrible self-serving person Navarro is as she tries to portray an angry woman in the video and shut criticism down.

      https://www.foxnews.com/media/roe-v-wade-overturned-cnn-pundit-abortions

    920. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC does not call for getting rid of the FBI.
      Tina does call for getting rid of the FBI.
      Both can be true.

      However, NYC has never voted for Chuck Shumer. He has never voted for or sent money to any Democrats running for the Senate. He has also never sent money to or voted for any Senate candidate outside of New York state. Therefore, he has done nothing to make Chuck Shumer Senate Majority Leader and has not supported Chuck Shumer being in that position. This tired line of attack is BS.

      (Buy my book, mf-er)

    921. Tgca says:

      Norway gay bar attack that killed 2 and wounded 20 is reported to have been the work of a 42 man, originally from Iran with a long history of violence and threats.

      This is why we need to BAN guns worldwide!

      If it were not for the guns, this terror attack would not have occurred.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/shooting-at-gay-pub-in-norway/

    922. Tina says:

      Bitterlaw calls for more funding to Fib.

      Bitterlaw calls for more Ukrainian grift.

      Both can be true

    923. jason says:

      Therefore, he has done nothing to make Chuck Shumer Senate Majority Leader and has not supported Chuck Shumer being in that position. This tired line of attack is BS.”

      LOL

      NYC has supported deadenders here for 15 years and been clear he prefers liberal Dems to so called “RINOS” in order to send a message and thus directly supports Chuck Schumer as Majority Leader.

      What is tiresome are the straw arguments that he doesn’t vote for him or send him money, neither of which you really know is true. I personally would not be surprised he did given how supportive he is of ole Chucky.

      GFY.

    924. Tina says:

      “2 or perhaps 3 conservative justices would end roe, and return it to the states.”

      Trum/Clintune debate

      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/06/25/nolte-only-maga-movement-couldve-ended-atrocity-roe-v-wade/

    925. jason says:

      NYC does not call for getting rid of the FBI.”

      Lie.

      He has often called for it to be defunded and dismantled.

    926. Tina says:

      Mute 43 ; Jebra, or the other 2016 candidates would not have ended it.

      They would rather have the issue to fundraise off of. Let’s be honest.

    927. jason says:

      However, NYC has never voted for Chuck Shumer. He has never voted for or sent money to any Democrats running for the Senate. He has also never sent money to or voted for any Senate candidate outside of New York state.”

      Hilarious.

      Bitter has ZERO idea if this is true or not, but is comfortable pretending he does.

      Personally I have my doubts. In any case, his support for Chuck Schumer to be majority leader is indisputable.

    928. Tina says:

      Cry harder, Pocahontas.

      The Hill
      @thehill
      · 3h
      .@SenWarren: “I am spitting mad over this. We have six extremist justices on the United States Supreme Court who have decided their moral and religious views should be imposed on the rest of America. This is not what America wants.” https://trib.al/7j8Ve8B

    929. Bio mom says:

      My favorite pro life chant:

      Pro choice, That’s a lie. Baby’s never choose to die!

    930. jason says:

      YouGov says the decision is opposed by 50-37.

      Given the probable liberal tilt of the poll, it is probably closer.

      Then you look at where a lot of the people who oppose it live, in CA and NY, and the split in swing states will be a lot different.

    931. jason says:

      In any case, they couldn’t even get a majority to oppose it in their poll.

    932. NYCmike says:

      “(Buy my book, mf-er)”

      -I did already!

      Will have to wait until the long weekend next week to start it.

    933. NYCmike says:

      “Bitter has ZERO idea if this is true or not, but is comfortable pretending he does.”

      -Bitterlaw is 100% correct. I have stated it, and gladly stand by it.

    934. Bitterlaw says:

      Bitterlaw calls for more funding to Fib.

      Bitterlaw calls for more Ukrainian grift.

      Zzzzzzzzzzzz In Tina’s limoncello induced haze, opposing defunding the FBI is actually calling for more funding. As for supporting Ukraine with massive military aid to kill Russians who invaded Ukraine, targeted and killed and tortured and raped Ukrainians, created millions of refugees, and destroyed the Ukrainian economy while seizing Urkrainian territoy – yeah. I support it,

    935. jason says:

      Zzzzz… Bitter has zero knowledge of who NYC votes for or gives money too, not that it is relevant.

      On the other hand, we have years of posts here of NYC supporting deadenders with the sole objective of “sending messages” and “defeating RINOS” and consequently electing liberal Democrats who support Schumer for Majority leader.

      NYC has been Chuck Schumer’s shill here for years and there is no indication it will change. The rest is BS.

    936. jason says:

      Bitter can’t always be wrong, he is 100% right in # 963.

    937. jason says:

      “(Buy my book, mf-er)”

      -I did already!”

      Can you send it to me after you finish?

      I hear sharing books is considered part of American culture.

    938. Bitterlaw says:

      However, NYC has never voted for Chuck Shumer. He has never voted for or sent money to any Democrats running for the Senate. He has also never sent money to or voted for any Senate candidate outside of New York state.”

      Hilarious.

      Bitter has ZERO idea if this is true or not, but is comfortable pretending he does.

      Personally I have no proof that that NCY has ever voted for any Democrat for Senator, no proof that he ever sent money to any Democrat for Senator, and no proof he ever caused anybody to vote for any Democrat for Senator. In any case, my claim that he supports Chuck Schumer to be majority leader is complete BS.

      There. I fixed it for Jason.

    939. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – You cheap mf-er. If you buy my book, I will send $15 to the York SPCA. That is more than I actually get from the sale.

      Too bad lisab disappeared. I was looking forward to her shredding it.

    940. DW says:

      headline: Rhode Island Democrats Split Over Bill to Criminalize Sex Between Teachers and Children

      See this is another illustration of what I have been saying all along is the end game of Democrats.

      Their core principle is everyone should live totally free of any personal responsibility, and should never suffer any consequence for anything. Right and wrong are totally subjective.

      So they have destroyed every wholesome institution in society including the absurd denial of biological gender, and so they won’t stop until they reach their final two objectives–their final frontiers:

      1) the legality and promotion of public nudity.
      2) the complete sexualization of children.

      Anyone who thinks they don’t want to go there has not been paying attention to anything the last 25 years.

    941. Tgca says:

      968

      If absolutely necessary, I can stand in for LisaB.

      But I’ll tell you right from the start if the book does not include women with penises, men who menstruate, Latino or AA characters as central to the story, or represent gay daddies with children as neighbors, and CRT lessons on school, then you will not be off to a good review since it does not represent the REAL America.

    942. DW says:

      and I should have mentioned #3 as well:

      1) the legality and promotion of public nudity.
      2) the complete sexualization of children.
      3) the euthanizing of anyone who is a burden to society: those with down syndrome, cancer patients, the elderly in general.

    943. Tgca says:

      Now this is ironic.

      Radical lefties blaming RBG for SCOTUS ABORTION ruling because she was too selfish to retire earlier on.

      “Reminder: Ruth Bader Ginsberg opted to die in her seat under Trump instead of pave the way for an appropriate replacement under Obama. The road to hell is paved with white feminism,”

      https://nypost.com/2022/06/24/after-roe-v-wade-ruling-liberals-slam-late-justice-ruth-baden-ginsburg/?dicbo=v2-21f63322e654bb3d67e1a4a41366fa43

    944. NYCmike says:

      “Now this is ironic.”

      -Love it!

    945. Robbie says:

      Micheal Mahoney
      @KCMikeMahoney

      Eric Schmidt leads new MOScout/Remington Poll.
      Schmidt 25%
      Undecided 21%
      Greitens 20%
      Hartzler 19%
      Long 8%
      McCloskey 5%
      Schatz 2%

      Poll: 6/22-23, 911 likely GOP primary voters, MOE: 3.1%

      – Hopefully, this proves to be accurate. The nominee simply can’t be a disgraced abuser and pervert like Greitens.

    946. NYCmike says:

      Trump put in place 3 of the 6 justices who overturned Roe v Wade.

      Robbie silent on that fact.

    947. Tina says:

      I wanted Hillary to appoint those 3 justices

      -Jebot

    948. Tina says:

      Christian Ziegler ??
      @ChrisMZiegler
      ·
      1h
      It only took 1 Supreme Court decision for The Left to embrace insurrections and figure out what a woman is.

    949. EML says:

      Place your bets here for who EML will vote for in the NY-Gov R primary (in alphabetical order):

      Astorino
      Giuliani
      Wilson
      Zeldin

    950. Tgca says:

      Well if this isn’t major chutzpah.

      Trudeau: US Abortion Ruling Could Mean Loss of Other Rights

      After what he did in CN to his own people this fool thinks he can lecture others on citizen rights?

      He says Americans can come to CN for their ABORTIONS.

      The US should respond that Canadians can come to the US to buy their handguns.

      https://www.newsmax.com/world/theamericas/canada-us-abortion/2022/06/25/id/1076083/

    951. jason says:

      Zeldin

    952. jason says:

      AOC calls on Biden to open abortion clinics on federal lands immediately.

    953. jason says:

      The Left has its own DINO hunters….

      “Thanks especially to RBG today for making this possible.

      Also thanks to Obama for not recess appointing Garland or whoever to replace Scalia, your inaction and failed presidency helped make this moment a reality.”

    954. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #981
      I say Astorino.
      Will jason vote in November in the PA Senate and Governor’s races?

    955. jason says:

      Hopefully, this proves to be accurate. The nominee simply can’t be a disgraced abuser and pervert like Greitens.”

      LOL

      Amoral Scumbag will quickly switch to Dem talking points against whomever is nominated.

      It’s what disgraced scumbags do.

    956. Wes says:

      As I recall, Jason, the Senate went into session before Obama could try a recess appointment. He had lost a court case before the Supreme Court in 2014 where he tried to give himself the power to declare when the Senate was in session only to have the Court bat him down 9-0.

      In other words, Garland was never getting on the Court even as a recess appointment once Democrats lost the Senate in 2014.

    957. jason says:

      Will jason vote in November in the PA Senate and Governor’s races??

      I am not registered.

      I recommend a vote on Oz and Mastriano for those who are confident their votes will be honestly counted.

    958. Wes says:

      I say EML will vote for Zeldin.

      Bonus question:

      Guess which candidate Mikey will vote for for Senate in November.

      1) Schumer
      2) Schumer
      3) Schumer
      4) Schumer

    959. Bitterlaw says:

      I still think that the Republican controlled Senate should have held hearings on confirming Garland and then voted against confirming him. It would take away the myth of Garland being a victim.

    960. Wes says:

      Democrats could claim Garland was a martyr all they wanted, Bitter. It affected not a single vote. McConnell did nothing to Garland Democrats hadn’t already set a precedent for.

      Having hearings would have just meant Democrats could have astroturfed pressure on potentially vulnerable GOP Senators to vote for him.

      Democrats set the precedent. McConnell used it against them. Garland isn’t a Justice. Republicans paid no price for McConnell’s resolute stance against him.

      I don’t see the problem.

    961. Wes says:

      I’m smoking a Pistoff Kristoff right now.

      There is a politics-related origin to the name.

      Can any of you guess what it is?

    962. Tgca says:

      982

      Now why didn’t I think of this? I’ll tell ya, AOC is one smart and resourceful cookie and that’s why she will some day be POTUS.

      Opening ABORTION clinics on federal land is an ingenious idea!

      Open ABORTION clinics in Big Bend National Park in TX and include it in their brochures. Come explore Big Bend National Park and get an ABORTION too.

      How you like those apples you IGORENT inbred Texans?

      Of course, there needs to be additional fees for the ABORTION but there could be gubbermint vouchers for those that qualify for gubbermint assistance.

    963. Tina says:

      Bootless is a moron,

      Max Boot ??
      @MaxBoot
      · 18h
      We are living under minoritarian tyranny. To take but one example: 21 states with fewer total people than California have 42 Senate seats.

      This undemocratic, unjust system has produced the new Supreme Court rulings on gun control and abortion. https://wapo.st/3xUQILF

    964. Tina says:

      National retreat.

      National Review
      @NRO
      · 18h
      The fact that something dumb worked out in a fortunate way does not mean that the thinking that went into it wasn’t irresponsible. | by Kevin D. Williamson https://nationalreview.com/2022/06/this-is-not-donald-trumps-victory/?taid=62b75be97240840001f31a66&utm_campaign=trueanthem&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

    965. Wes says:

      I see was wrong in saying the decision overturning Roe v. Wade would have little impact and be quickly forgotten.

      The Left is engaging in such histrionics about it a backlash against them for their overtly fascistic tactics is damn near a certainty.

    966. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #987- jason

      Remind us why you are not registered?
      You have plenty of time to re-register before November’s election so why not do so as an Independent? You’ve spoken highly of Dr. Oz so why skip the opportunity to vote for him?

    967. Wes says:

      I guess Max Boot hasn’t looked at the history of the Constitution. The Founding Fathers established a bicameral legislature composed of one house based on population (the House of Representatives) and one house featuring fixed representation for every state (the Senate) for a reason.

      These same leftist morons had no problem when the Senate in the 107th Congress–which had a Dem majority only because of the party switch of a gutless buffoon–blocked GOP judicial nominees, nor had they a problem when Democrats in the Senate minority in the 108th and 109th Congress filibustered various nominees.

      Damn hypocrites.

    968. Bitterlaw says:

      M

    969. Bitterlaw says:

      M again

    970. Tgca says:

      My view has always been citizens should vote regardless of the outcome. Sometimes you win, so etc es you lose…and if you feel you always lose…that’s life.

      If you refuse to vote, you should not complain because you have given up and willingly removed yourself from our democratic process.

      Imagine if all Trump voters that believe the election was stolen gave up voting, then we would have complete Dem control of everything in the nation.

    971. jason says:

      Bonus question:

      Guess which candidate Mikey will vote for for Senate in November.

      1) Schumer
      2) Schumer
      3) Schumer
      4) Schumer

      Heh. Bitter will ignore preponderance of the evidence to claim he “has no proof of this”.

    972. jason says:

      If you refuse to vote, you should not complain because you have given up and willingly removed yourself from our democratic process.”

      The problem is that fraudulent elections are not really “democratic”, are they?

    973. jason says:

      then we would have complete Dem control of everything in the nation.”

      Like the Presidency, Congress and the Senate?

    974. jason says:

      Remind us why you are not registered?”

      I don’t want to be part of the current election process in PA.

      That being said, I hope Oz and Mastriano win.

    975. jason says:

      wes, I don’t know what the political origin of the Pistoff Kristoffs is.

    976. jason says:

      I still think that the Republican controlled Senate should have held hearings on confirming Garland and then voted against confirming him. It would take away the myth of Garland being a victim.”

      Disagree completely. The Dems would have made him into a victim anyway.

      Let’s get real.

    977. jason says:

      The myth was not that Garland was a victim, the myth here was that Garland was “entitled to a hearing”.

      He wasn’t.

    978. Wes says:

      Jason, this is the story told to me directly from the vendor who oversaw the rollout of the Pistoff Kristoff at the local cigar shop I frequent in 2016:

      Under Obama, the FDA increased regulation of tobacco products, making manufacturing of cigars a more tedious and expensive process than before.

      In response, Glenn Case, the head of Kristoff, one of the largest cigar manufacturers in the country, put the name Pistoff on its new line of cigars as a way of indicating the industry’s displeasure with the Obama FDA.

      This, we have Obama and his regulation-happy FDA to thank for one of the best premium cigars to debut in the last decade.

      By the way, the Pistoff Kristoff sold out in its initial run following the rollout and was backordered for several months in 2016. While the cigar’s high quality justified its popularity, its backstory also likely contributed to its success.

      It’s currently the third bestselling cigar put out by Kristoff after the GC and the Ligero.

    979. Wes says:

      For anyone willing to drop $13 on one, a Pistoff Kristoff is a good way to relax on a lazy Sunday afternoon.

    980. jason says:

      Cool story, wes.

      Sounds like it might even be true.

    981. Tgca says:

      Smoking pollutes the air…and the lungs.

      Smoking kills people!

      Smoking should be outlawed.

      It’s a vile and disgusting habit.

      If folks need an oral fixation to relax them…chew gum…which is also bad for you.

      …or eat tofu snacks…now there’s something that doesn’t pollute the air and has health benefits too.

    982. Wes says:

      Given the documented history of the Obama-era FDA and tobacco regulations, I have no reason to believe the vendor representing the company was lying to me, Jason.

    983. Wes says:

      I don’t inhale, Tg, so I’m not much worried about polluting my lungs by smoking cigars.

      I tried a cigarette once when I was younger. I never had one again once I tasted that horrible taste and felt that burning in my lungs. I honestly don’t get the fascination with smoking cigarettes, but each to his own.

    984. Wes says:

      I would smoke a cigarette before I ate a tofu snack. One tastes horrible. The other is disgusting slop.

    985. Tgca says:

      Regardless if you inhale, you are still exposed to carcinogens and polluting the air for others. You also have an increased risk of oral cancer, especially tongue cancer.

      Of course, if you get tongue cancer you can always blame it on cunnilingus like Michael Douglas did…just saying…people may be more sympathetic than to those who smoke.

    986. Tgca says:

      Smoking is relaxing. Relieves stress in the moment, like most addictive habits but the long term impact is not perty.

      I began smoking at 12 and smoked regularly through my mid 20s and then becoming an occasional social smoker before quitting cold turkey for good.

      Luckily, if you quit when you’re young, the long-term detrimental impact on the lungs are pretty much reduced to zero since the lungs are the one organ that have quite an incredible rejuvenation ability compared to other organs.

      Smoking past 40 is very high risk though, even occasionally smoking.

    987. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      ·
      1h
      CBS/YouGov poll: Percentage saying that the Economy is “BAD” has gone up to 75% — a NEW HIGH for the Biden presidency. That is a 12-POINT RISE since April.

      Economy Good/Bad
      Dem: 36/60
      GOP: 9/90
      Indie: 20/76

      https://cbsnews.com/news/economy-personal-finances-opinion-poll-2022-06-26/

    988. Tgca says:

      I think companies are STOOPID to get involved in this cultural issue on ABORTION. Have they not learned from the woke issues many other companies adopted only to see it blow up in their face?

      Offering to pay for travel expenses to another state for ABORTION could lead to aiding and abetting criminal activity and putting these companies at risk for numerous lawsuits, depending on individual state laws, as well as protests against them by employees and customers with much unwanted publicity.

      It also risks discrimination lawsuits if a company pays for ABORTION related expenses but not other medical services not available locally for other medical ailments, especially for males.

      Also, how many women really want to be requesting for reimbursements in the work place where it will become evident to many they are having ABORTIONS even if a 3rd party service is used to make reimbursements. There still needs to be a record of whom the service was provided to for control purposes to ensure fraud is not occurring and that can’t be kept 100% private.

      There are also tax implications for providing reimbursements that are not directly related to work duties. These are not freebies that are shielded from tax laws, both federal and state.

      Not to mention the division it will cause internally among staff. Why should ABORTION get preferential treatment?

      Me thinks companies offering to cover these are not thinking this all the way through and just jumping on the band wagon to try and score brownie points.

      Imagine if a jury convicts a company of aiding and abetting murder in a particular state. How is that good for shareholders and the image of a company?

      https://www.newsmax.com/us/legal-clashes-companies-abortion-costs/2022/06/26/id/1076121/

    989. Gordon Allen says:

      Interesting points TGCA.
      Does show how knee jerk leftist many business ” leaders” are today.
      And not that bright.

    990. Tgca says:

      1020. Gordy

      I’ve worked in Corporate Amerika for decades and I can attest they have moved left to appease smaller segments of its employees and communities where it operates with little regard to others it should also represent.

      The problem with that is often these numbskulls do not take into consideration where there customer bases may reside or employees live. I cannot tell you how many times I’ve seen policies go into place to only be quietly removed or altered later on after they’ve failed over time.

      A lot of this is driven by the folks in HR and community outreach, often whom tend to be lefties who don’t understand the business models that companies operate under and base their views and knowledge on the seminars and training they get from justice warriors.

      If your HQ are located in DE or NJ and you’re doing business with the Midwest or south, you risk alienating those customers and local employees if you offend them with a take it or leave it mentality to woke issues.

    991. Tgca says:

      I recall about 15 years ago with the gay marriage debate, a large company I worked with that had over 20,000 employees, the vast majority that lived in the burbs, lectured us via e-mail that people need to be “open-minded” to the idea of gay marriage.

      They actually used the “open-minded” language in the email.

      Sending a company wide email to employees like that backfired and many employees complained because they had personal and religious views that might be different than others, and now they were deemed as close-minded. Great way to boost morale!

      Of course, the HR person leading this effort was a minority feel-good hire who was a justice warrior.

    992. Tgca says:

      More corruption from the royal family.

      Prince Charles accepted millions in cash during private meetings from Qatari sheik and deposited to his charity that oversees his pet projects and finances his Scottish estate.

      This is pay for play. Not sure of the legality of this but if it’s illegal in GB, he should be prosecuted and skipped over for the throne.

      https://nypost.com/2022/06/25/prince-charles-took-millions-in-cash-from-qatari-sheikh-report/

    993. EML says:

      Thank you for the 3 people who participated.
      I do somewhat prefer Astorino, but I will be voting for Zeldin. No Giuliani, and the reality is that Wilson is far too conservative for this state. It would not appear that any R is capable of winning this year in NY, despite the environment, but I’ve always liked Zeldin.

    994. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Utah poll continues to show a close race between Lee and McMullin:

      “A new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics poll shows 41% of Utahns would vote for Lee and 35% for McMullin if the general election were held today. Another 20% don’t know who they would vote for, while 4% would choose someone else. Two third-party candidates have qualified for the November ballot.

      The numbers are strikingly similar to a Deseret News/Hinckley Institute survey earlier this month.”

    995. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Trump still polling strongly despite Democratic hearings:

      2024 National General Election Poll:

      Donald Trump 49% (+5)
      Joe Biden 44%

      Donald Trump 50% (+8)
      Kamala Harris 42%

      McLaughlin & Associates ~ 1,000 LV ~ 6/17-6/22
      https://mclaughlinonline.com/pols/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/National-Monthly-June-2022-RELEASE.pdf

    996. jason says:

      McMullin is a despicable scumbag that will lose by double digits.

      You read it here first.

    997. jason says:

      rince Charles accepted millions in cash during private meetings from Qatari sheik and deposited to his charity’

      Zzzzz… doesn’t sound very illegal to me….

    998. jason says:

      If it was “illegal in the UK” Prince Charles would not have deposited it in his charity.

    999. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Democrats are in trouble. Biden is mentally decrepit and they have no bench:

      “2024 National Dem Primary Poll, Without Biden:

      M. Obama 19%
      Harris 13%
      Buttigieg 8%
      Clinton 7%
      Ocasio-Cortez 7%
      Abrams 6%
      O’Rourke 4%
      Booker 3%
      Klobuchar 3%
      Newsom 3%
      Winfrey/McConaughey/Manchin 2%
      Adams/Kaine/Patrick/Cuomo 1%
      Murphy/Gillibrand/Hickenlooper/Steyer 0%

      McLaughlin”

    1000. Tgca says:

      1029

      You don’t think having foreign officials from middle east countries bringing you cash in briefcases and bags does not sound illegal? Well, maybe not in GB but clearly illegal in the US.

      Surely you jest you vile and disgusting meat eater.

    1001. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      1030. Agree. Trying to create a suspicion because it was a cash transaction overlooks the fact that Arabs in the U.K. often prefer cash transactions, as they distrust Midwest banks. If it’s properly reported there should not be an issue.

    1002. Tgca says:

      1030

      You have much more confidence in the ethics of the royal family than I do.

      This goes to pay for play. Charles’ longtime personal aide already resigned from the charity in disgrace recently after it was found he assisted in favors to foreign billionaire for cash donations to Charles’ charitable organization in return for preferred visas and royal honors. This is currently under investigation in GB because it’s illegal.

    1003. Tgca says:

      So explain why Charles’ longtime personal close aide resigned in disgrace and is under criminal investigation?

      You give money to my charity, I get you a preferred visa and royal honor to go with it.

      Doesn’t sound like corruption at all.

    1004. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Has an incumbent President ever polled this low in a poll regarding a second term?:

      2024 National Dem Primary Poll:

      Biden 23%
      M. Obama 18%
      Ocasio-Cortez 6%
      Harris 5%
      Buttigieg 5%
      Abrams 5%
      Clinton 5%
      O’Rourke 4%
      Booker 3%
      Klobuchar 2%
      Winfrey 2%
      Newsom 2%

      McConaughey/Manchin/Cuomo/Murphy/Kaine/Adams 1%

      Hickenlooper/Patrick/Gillibrand/Steyer 0%

      McLaughlin

    1005. Tgca says:

      1033

      Cash transactions in the millions from the Middle East in most western countries almost always create suspicion in this day and age due to past corruptions and association with terrorism.

      If the Clinton Foundation got caught doing this, you’d be screaming corruption.

    1006. Tgca says:

      Furthermore, according to this and other articles, these meetings were done off the official record of visits which is not customary.

      I get it’s a different country, but the principles are basically the same.

      This smells of corruption. Otherwise, why try to keep it under the radar?

      The point is, what was discussed or the conditions for these bags of cash that represented millions?

    1007. EML says:

      Jeez, that Dem bench is a disaster. It will turn around eventually,but right now, that is a big yikes. And it’s a bit scary that some of these are receiving votes. Michelle O? Why? What has she done other than marrying a disaster of a president? AOC the waitress?

      Cory Booker is really the best candidate the Dems have. He doesnt really run on the whole victimization routine, so he can probably win a GE but will be out in a primary.

    1008. Robbie says:

      Jeff B. is *BOX OFFICE POISON*
      @EsotericCD
      Right now, if you ask me, Vance, Budd, Laxalt, and whoever the GOP gets around to nominating in AZ (even Masters) all win. Oz, Walker lose. 51-49. Least confident about GA-SEN outcome.

      Remember: my electoral predictions are, seriously, almost always wrong.

      Jeff B. is *BOX OFFICE POISON*
      @EsotericCD
      As for GA-SEN, Walker is…a poor candidate. I don’t want to get into the many, many reasons why. Kemp may drag him over the finish line anyway, however.

      – I’m mostly in agreement with this view right now. I think Walker is more likely to win than Masters (should he be the nominee) in AZ, but I’m not sure either would win as of today.

      It’s surprising to see a political party field so many mediocre candidates in a year in which the party is going to dominate. It’s really the opposite of 1994 when Oliver North was probably the only really bad candidate the party field in Senate races.

      Budd, Britt, and Laxalt are all very good candidates. Schmitt/Hartzler and Brnovch would be as well if they win their primaries. I expect Vance will prove to be an ok candidate as well, but the primary campaign hampered him.

      That said, Oz, Walker, and then Greitens and Masters (if they win their primaries) are just underwhelming considering how strongly the national mood favors the party. Each could still win (that’s how bad it is for Democrats), but there were/are clearly better choices in those races. At least right now, Oz is losing to fatso who had a stroke, has speech issues because of it, and wasn’t seen for a month.

      What’s also strange is, despite the national mood, there isn’t a Senate seat that’s a guaranteed pickup for Republicans yet. NH would have been had Sununu run. Ducey probably would’ve already locked up AZ as well.

      And let’s not forget Ron Johnson is running. He’ll probably win, but he’s a mess.

    1009. Robbie says:

      Here’s a good example of why I mentioned Ron Johnson in post 1040. Again, will he lose? Probably not. Will he spend the next four months doing dumb stuff? Probably.

      “Ron Johnson now says he helped coordinate passing false elector slates to Pence”

      https://t.co/JkcpObKJX8

    1010. Wes says:

      So I just watched Lifeforce (1985)–the biggest budgeted film Tobe Hooper of Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) fame directed and an unfortunate flop at the time of its release.

      Based on Colin Wilson’s pseudo philosophical-cum-Lovecraftian 1976 novel The Space Vampires, Lifeforce is a B-list movie with an A-list budget. Cannon Films, its production company, was known for such movies, but Lifeforce stands out in the company’s oeuvre as one that should have succeeded. For example, Dan O’Bannon of Dark Star (1974) and Alien (1979) fame wrote the script while Henry Mancini–he of some of the most memorable scores in cinema history including the one for the Pink Panther film and TV series–provided the music. Meanwhile, Tobe Hooper, fresh off Poltergeist (1982) directed even as John Dykstra of Star Wars (1977) fame provided the stunning special effects.

      The movie is a polyglot of ideas ranging from space opera to vampire movie to erotic thriller to possession movie to zombie apocalypse. Yes, ideas from all those genres are present in the movie. This kind of clash of genres probably contributed to its lack of success at the box office since Cannon seems to have had no clue what audience to market it to going by the trailers.

      For a movie maligned then and sometimes now as a glorified B-movie, Lifeforce features the above-mentioned mellifluous score by Henry Mancini and dazzling special effects by John Dykstra but also features rather good acting. In some instances, the performances are campy and hammy, but mostly they’re understated and believable–in a movie I first heard about as being bad. To give you an idea of the caliber of actor in this movie, Captain Picard himself–Patrick Stewart–appears in an extended cameo and doesn’t overshadow the other actors in his scenes. As another example of the level of acting, a then-nineteen-year-old Mathilda May appears completely nude in almost all her scenes and, despite competing for attention from the audience with her own gloriously perfect body, gives a believable acting performance that is noteworthy and manages to make her a compelling character.

      The movie actually has an intricate plot that, despite feeling rushed in places, discarding some important characters at random, and having a number of melodramatic flourishes (like the thanatologist [student of death]), is fairly cohesive even as as it crams a host of genres together.

      It could be a more ’80s movie only if Jennifer Beals appeared in it performing a dance number and snorting cocaine off a post of Ronald Reagan while listening to a mix tape featuring Black Sabbath, Van Halen, Sammy Hagar, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, and Ratt. Of course I find the contrast between the over-the-top campy ’80s excess and the intricate plotting extremely appealing and think this incongruous presentation of tone and philosophy adds to, rather than detracts from, its appeal.

      Lifeforce borrows heavily from movies from decades past but avoids cliched rehashing of them. For instance, the time-honored stake through the heart trope of killing vampires is present with a rather noteworthy twist. The biggest influence on its ending scene is the third and most popular of the British Quatermass tales–Quatermass and the Pit (1959 for the BBC serial; 1967 for the Hammer film adaptation)–but puts its own spin on that, leaving us with an ambiguous ending that fits in perfectly with the overall tone of the movie. Of course it closes with a reprisal of Henry Mancini’s infamous theme for the film–which has seemed into broader popular culture as a go-to score for commercials and trailers for other movies.

      Ultimately despite its failure, Lifeforce is, I would argue, a great movie. It has its flaws as any work of art does. To me, the strengths outweigh the flaws. For whatever reason, audiences largely ignored it in 1985; however, it has become a cult classic in the decades since. Like The Thing (1982), it seems to be coming into its own decades after its release. I recommend it to anyone looking for a movie that epitomizes the excess of the ’80s while providing an interesting story and a visual feast.

      Remember, though, it’s supposed to be bad. So said critics in the ’80s anyway.

    1011. Tina says:

      I wonder if papa bush had a bad approval/disapproval on the economy (1992) as does the jebots Biden.

    1012. Cash Cow TM says:

      Spending the night in Savannah GA tonight.

      The Spanish moss tastes sorta dry.

    1013. Tina says:

      Has mute 43 even mentioned the court decision striking down roe v wade?

    1014. Tgca says:

      Me at the store when they run out of tofu and I’m told it’ll be a week before they replenish the stock.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/does-this-qualify-as-triggered/

    1015. Tgca says:

      Either one of these women are available for any gents here at HHR.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/this-democrat-needs-an-exorcism/

    1016. Wes says:

      Currently watching an antivaxxer video–and accompanying rebuttal video–on YouTube.

      Antivaxxers are some seriously crazy people.

    1017. Tgca says:

      Antivaxxers are loons? Really?

      Have you seen the hundreds of clips from folks flipping out because someone is not vaxed or masked or socially distancing or they expect people to take constant shots, and believe anything the CDC, WHO, or NIH have claimed without realistic skepticism even though they have been more wrong than not?

      That’s like saying the prolifers are loons after seeing what the proABORTION reactions are these days.

    1018. Tgca says:

      This girl is soooo sucking fupid!!! I don’t even know where to start.

      She thinks she’s being all rational and making a point but makes herself look like a bimbo out of an 80s flick that asks really STOOPID questions and does not realize she’s the butt of the joke.

      Maybe we should keep ABORTION legal just to rid the world of IDIOTS like her.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/this-valedictorian-is-smarter-than-the-founding-fathers/

    1019. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      A political shift is beginning to take hold across the U.S. as tens of thousands of suburban swing voters who helped fuel the Democratic Party’s gains in recent years are becoming Republicans,” the AP reports.

      “More than 1 million voters across 43 states have switched to the Republican Party over the last year… The previously unreported number reflects a phenomenon that is playing out in virtually every region of the country — Democratic and Republican states along with cities and small towns — in the period since President Joe Biden replaced former President Donald Trump.”

      “But nowhere is the shift more pronounced — and dangerous for Democrats — than in the suburbs, where well-educated swing voters who turned against Trump’s Republican Party in recent years appear to be swinging back. Over the last year, far more people are switching to the GOP across suburban counties from Denver to Atlanta and Pittsburgh and Cleveland. Republicans also gained ground in counties around medium-size cities such as Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Raleigh, North Carolina; Augusta, Georgia; and Des Moines, Iowa.”

    1020. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag is attacking 2 term R Ron Johnson from swing state WI?

      I guess he is on the ballot.

    1021. jason says:

      “More than 1 million voters across 43 states have switched to the Republican Party over the last year”

      Zzzzz….1 million over 43 states? These are very marginal gains and probably reflect some current economic factors rather than an ideological shift, although there might be some cultural backlash to wokism in the suburbs.

      That is not going to win elections for Rs in the long term.

      The AP wants the R party to commit political suicide by trying to be an elite suburban party again.

      But I am sure the elite suburban Rs will all nod their heads in agreement, raise their martini glasses at the country club, and yell in unison “F–k the working class, who needs them”.

    1022. jason says:

      After calling all Trump endorsed Senate candidates “turds”, Amoral Scumbag now calls Bud, Britt and Laxalt “really good candidates” and Vance “ok”.

      Amoral Scumbag is very disappointed Krazy Kathy didn’t win the R nomination in PA, so he wants to pretend Oz is some kind of rightwing MAGA candidate (BS) and Walker didn’t crush all opposition in GA and is the clear choice of GA Rs.

      And of course he wants to attack Ron Johnson, who for 2 terms has delivered for conservatives, a great Senator.

    1023. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag who wholeheartedly supported Biden and the Dem agenda, now says “things are that bad for the Dems”.

      So now all the poor bastard has left is his usual attack on any R actually on the ballot.

      Sad.

    1024. EML says:

      You seem to conflate the terms “suburban” and “college educated whites”. Donald Trump actually won the suburbs in 2020 because there are far, far more working class people living in the suburbs than college educated wine drinking soccer mom country club types.

      As has been discussed ad nauseum, a not insignificant number of working class suburbanites who voted for Trump in 2016 switched to loveable old Creepy Joe in 2020. These numbers can just be indicating that these people are regretting their mistake and are coming back to the Republican Party on a more permanent basis.

    1025. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #1053- jason
      Your reply is worthy of the eeyores on Red Racing Horses.
      Hypothetically, if one divided 1 million by 50(States) that results in 20,000 per State. Wouldn’t that have been enough for The Donald to have carried Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin in 2020?
      Think, Man, Think and stop being such a Debbie Downer!
      Good news is good news!

    1026. jason says:

      Wouldn’t that have been enough for The Donald to have carried Arizona, Georgia and Wisconsin in 2020?”

      No. Unless you don’t believe the Dems could have stolen another 20k votes.

    1027. jason says:

      You seem to conflate the terms “suburban” and “college educated whites”.

      I am not conflating anything. Most of the suburbs in swing states are composed of college educated whites, although for sure the suburbs are becoming more diverse. But the ideological trend in favor of Dems/left is undeniable. And these people are not “coming back”. They are products of a left wing educational system that is also not going anywhere any time soon.

    1028. jason says:

      Donald Trump actually won the suburbs in 2020″

      I am talking about the suburbs around large metro centers, which are different from smaller city suburbs which are still more R (and trending away too). I am talking about NOVA and the Philly suburbs for example.

      However, I certainly agree the R party should focus on the working class, and that does include the suburban/exurban working class.

    1029. jason says:

      The suburbs have not moved away from Rs because of Trump, this process started way before Trump and was already evident even as far a Dole, Romney and McCain. It is a result of an ideological shift that has seen the educated elites become more liberal and blue collar class more conservative (starting with Reagan Dems). Making small temporary shifts about Trump ignores the larger picture and the real trend and is one of the biggest mistakes the R party could make if it wants to be a relevant national party.

    1030. EML says:

      Most of the suburbs in swing states are composed of college educated whites
      ================================
      This is not a factual statement. For instance, in PA, Trump won the suburbs while losing college educated whites by 9. This is mathematically impossible if “most of the suburbs are composed of college educated whites”.

    1031. jason says:

      Pelosi elbows Mayra Flores’ daughter away during ceremony.

      Nice look.

      https://twitter.com/3sidedstory/status/1541055109282418688

    1032. jason says:

      “For instance, in PA, Trump won the suburbs”

      This in not a factual statement.

      Delaware Co
      Biden 206k
      Trump 118k

      Montco
      Biden 319k
      Trump 185k

      Chester
      Biden 182k
      Trump 128k

      You can parse this and say not all the votes were white educated, but for election purposes these are considered suburban counties.

    1033. Tgca says:

      1063

      I saw that yesterday. From the look on Pelosi’ face you can tell she doesn’t want to be that close to people of color. She was like:

      Ewww! Not so close you little wetback. Have you been fully vaccinated? Measles? Mumps? Chickenpox?

    1034. EML says:

      Those aren’t the only suburban places in PA. Trump lost the Philly suburbs by 17 points while winning the overall suburb vote.

      The suburbs are more than Montgomery County, PA and Westchester County, NY. A blanket statement that Republicans are losing the suburbs is just not an accurate statement. Republicans are winning the suburbs and will continue to win them in the foreseeable future.

    1035. Wes says:

      Tgca says:
      June 27, 2022 at 3:37 am
      Antivaxxers are loons? Really?

      Have you seen the hundreds of clips from folks flipping out because someone is not vaxed or masked or socially distancing or they expect people to take constant shots, and believe anything the CDC, WHO, or NIH have claimed without realistic skepticism even though they have been more wrong than not?

      That’s like saying the prolifers are loons after seeing what the proABORTION reactions are these days.

      I should have clarified, Tg. The antivaxxer video in question I watched wasn’t about the COVID vaccine. It was about vaccines in general. I’m fully aware of the histrionics about the COVID vaccines coming from its supporters. Many pro-Covid vax people are just as crazy as the antivaxxer lady whose video I was watching.

      The video I was watching was a general assault on vaccines actually predating the advent of COVID that claimed a number of loony things about vaccinations.

    1036. Gordon Allen says:

      Tina. Perhaps Bush is afraid of the 3 lefty women around him( Wife,two daughters)
      Would they talk to him at Thanksgiving?

    1037. EML says:

      Seven cases yet to be decided by SCOUTS. 3 are big ones:

      WV v EPA
      Biden v Texas
      Kennedy v Bremerton School District

      Opinions coming down in about an hour.

    1038. Robbie says:

      Jake Tapper
      @jaketapper

      “But nowhere is the shift more pronounced — and dangerous for Democrats — than in the suburbs, where well-educated swing voters who turned against Trump’s Republican Party in recent years appear to be swinging back. “

      – Remember when Jason fraud said last year Republicans should give up on the suburbs?

    1039. jason says:

      Remember when Jason fraud said last year Republicans should give up on the suburbs?”

      Please refresh our memory by showing any post where I ever said that.

      GFY.

    1040. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag now quoting CNN and Tapper.

      Like I predicted, he will soon be quoting the WH press secretary directly.

    1041. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      June 27, 2022 at 9:41 am
      Amoral Scumbag now quoting CNN and Tapper.

      Like I predicted, he will soon be quoting the WH press secretary directly.

      – No, you idiot. He was directly quoting the story showing how voters have shifted over the last year back to the Republican Party. Try harder next time, Trump worshipper.

    1042. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      June 27, 2022 at 7:16 am
      Amoral Scumbag is attacking 2 term R Ron Johnson from swing state WI?

      – Ron Johnson’s a goofball who has spent much of the last few years marinating in stupid conspiracy theories. That’s why he’s a regular of Maria Bartiromo’s show.

      Goofballs and conspiracy theorists tend to make unlosable races potentially losable. Johnson is trying his best to make his race competitive in a year it shouldn’t be.

    1043. Tina says:

      Must be a poor polling day for Senor Biden.

    1044. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      June 27, 2022 at 9:35 am
      Remember when Jason fraud said last year Republicans should give up on the suburbs?”

      Please refresh our memory by showing any post where I ever said that.

      GFY.

      – You’re the perfect Trumpist. Even Wes went after you for saying Republicans should give up on the suburbs, yet you just brazenly pretend you never said it.

    1045. jason says:

      The suburbs are more than Montgomery County, PA”

      Yes and no.

      In PA there are only two major urban centers, and the Philly suburbs represent the lion share of the suburban vote in the state. You can talk about Harrisburg, but it only has 50k people.

      Trump lost the three major Philly counties by 300k votes (and the state by 80k), counties that 20 years before GWB lost by 40k votes and 8 years before Romney lost by 100k. The trend is unmistakable and has little to do with Trump.

      In PA the suburbs are getting bluer and the exurbs/rural areas are getting redder.

      https://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/decision-2022/the-brand-is-so-toxic-rural-pa-has-become-hostile-environment-for-democrats/3149691/

    1046. jason says:

      You’re the perfect Trumpist. Even Wes went after you for saying Republicans should give up on the suburbs, yet you just brazenly pretend you never said it.”

      Well, if I ever said it, it should be easy to find right?

      Show me one post where I ever said the “GOP should give up on the suburbs” or admit what everyone know you are, a despicable pathological liar.

      The GOP should not give up on the suburbs, too many votes to ignore, but that should not be the focus of the party going forward. The focus of the party should be on the working class blue collar vote of all races that includes even urban voters.

      The white educated vote is not only dwindling for Rs, it is dwindling as a percentage of the population too. A strategy based on the white elite suburban vote would be doomed even if this demographic wasn’t trending liberal, it would be doomed because this demographic is actually decreasing as the country becomes less white.

    1047. EML says:

      Kennedy v Bremerton School District is first up.

    1048. EML says:

      6-3 Sotomayor, Breyer and Kagan dissent.

    1049. EML says:

      The Court holds that both the free exercise and free speech clauses protect Kennedy’s right to pray at midfield following high school football games.

    1050. EML says:

      The Kennedy ruling dismantles the Lemon Test (Lemon v Kurtzman).

    1051. EML says:

      Concepcion v US up next

    1052. EML says:

      5-4. Sotomayor, Kagan, Breyer, Thomas, and Gorsuch.

    1053. DW says:

      Just a couple of days ago, I mentioned the final frontier for Dems:

      “1) the legality and promotion of public nudity.
      2) the complete sexualization of children.

      Anyone who thinks they don’t want to go there has not been paying attention to anything the last 25 years.”

      New headline today:

      Seattle Pride Parade Attendees Prance Around Naked in Front of Children

    1054. EML says:

      The Court holds that the First Step Act allows district courts to consider intervening changes of law or fact in exercising their discretion to reduce a sentence.

    1055. Tina says:

      National Retreat Online 2016 article on Trump.

      https://twitter.com/Cernovich/status/1540916650085494784/photo/1

      Will the NRO apologize?

      I know that publication is not doing so well.

    1056. Tina says:

      What is Scarfarce talking about here?

      Tom Elliott
      @tomselliott
      · 2h
      MSNBC’s @JoeNBC: “More than any Supreme Court decision I’ve ever read … there was a violence to the reasoning. We win, you lose. [It was] done so in such an aggressive manner, with absolutely no grace and absolutely no outreach to their legal or ideological opponents.”

    1057. EML says:

      Last one for today. Ruan v US. This has to do with a doctor overprescribing opiates.

    1058. jason says:

      SCOTUS is now supposed to do “outreach to legal or ideological opponents”

      LOL.

      Wokism at its worst.

    1059. EML says:

      9-0, Breyer writes the opinion. SCOTUS overturns the conviction of two doctors who were accused of overprescribing drugs.

      Once a defendant meets the burden of producing evidence that his or her conduct was ‘authorized,’ then the government has to show beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant knowingly or intentionally acted in an unauthorized manner.

    1060. jason says:

      Ron Johnson’s a goofball who has spent much of the last few years marinating in stupid conspiracy theories. That’s why he’s a regular of Maria Bartiromo’s show.’

      As opposed to whatever you watch, Rachel Madcow and Joy Reid?

      Ron Johnson is a great senator. We should have more R senators like him.

    1061. DW says:

      Maybe Scarface should re-watch Pelosi tearing up Trump’s State of the union speech to see what ‘no grace’ looks like.

    1062. Phil says:

      Johnson is indeed a great Senator. What kind of Republican would say he’s not?

      The question answers itself.

    1063. DW says:

      Rhode Island – CD_02

      (R) Allan Fung 45% (+6)
      (D) Seth Magaziner 39%

      (R) Allan Fung 43% (+8)
      (D) Sarah Morgenthau 35%

      (R) Allan Fung 45% (+10)
      (D) Joy Fox 35%

      (R) Allan Fung 44% (+10)
      (D) Omar Bah 34%

      (R) Allan Fung 45% (+10)
      (D) David Segal 35%

      (R) Allan Fung 46% (+14)
      (D) Cameron Moquin 32%

      423 LV, June 19-22

    1064. DW says:

      And RI_02 is one all the toupees have as Lean or Likely D.

    1065. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Here is the first poll totally post-Bruen SCOTUS decision. Changes in all data points are statistically insignificant from the pollster’s(Marist/NPR) last poll.
      The CGB goes from D+5 to D+7, if you can believe a 16 pt. movement toward the Democrats in the SOUTH of all places from its last poll.

      https://www.npr.org/2022/06/27/1107733632/poll-majorities-oppose-supreme-courts-abortion-ruling-and-worry-about-other-righ

    1066. EML says:

      Wow, that’s quite a poll from Rhode Island. This is a case where we have a really good candidate. Republicans haven’t won a congressional election in Rhode Island since 1992.

    1067. jason says:

      Johnson is indeed a great Senator. What kind of Republican would say he’s not?”

      Amoral Scumbag would say he doesn’t have TDS and is not a scumbag like Mitt Romney.

      He would be right.

    1068. Wobbles says:

      Fung is only leading in the Suffolk poll because that is where he got his law degree.

      Dems will win all seats in the Northeast because of Trump.

    1069. jason says:

      Seems like Fung is liked for his job as Cranston mayor.

    1070. EML says:

      That RI poll had 13.6% Republican respondents.
      Biden JA: 39-53
      Should Biden run in 2024: 69% No

    1071. Wes says:

      I’d love to see Fung win that House seat. Republicans used to be competitive in RI, at one point in the ’80s holding one Senate seat and both House seats in the state. They continued holding that Senate seat till GWB invited enormous backlash against the GOP in all regions of the country in 2006 and managed to hold the governorship from 1995 to 2011.

      If the GOP can make inroads in the Ocean State this year, that will be a bellwether of a cataclysmic night for Dems in November.

    1072. Gordon Allen says:

      I questioned the accuracy of CGB poll in single sentences, and was moderated TWICE

    1073. Gordon Allen says:

      There are blatantly biased algorithm’s here.
      Sorry

    1074. jason says:

      The HHR Deep State is biased against Neville Allen’s idiocies?

      Score one for the Deep State.

    1075. jason says:

      Rhode Island is actually one of the whitest states in the Union at 84%. Blacks are only 8% and Asians about 4%. Only 3% identify as mixed race.

    1076. DW says:

      And that Rhode Island poll was SUFFOLK! Not exactly an R pollster.

    1077. Tom says:

      Wow. Rafael Warnock thinks there are 52 states. Here’s the quote from Warnock when he was questioned by a conservative reporter:

      “If you don’t believe in the country, leave and go somewhere else,” he added. “If it’s the worst state, why are you here? Why don’t you leave? Go to another—there’s what, 51 more other states you can go to, you don’t have to be here.”

    1078. EML says:

      Rhode Island has a large number of Dominicans and Puerto Ricans. Providence is about 45% Hispanic. The city of Central Falls, just north of Providence, is the only minority majority city in RI and is ~60% Hispanic. As seen elsewhere, the Hispanic vote noticeably shifted rightward between 2016 and 2020. Whereas Hillary won Central Falls by 65 points in 2016, Biden ‘eked’ by with ‘only’ a 48 point win. Hey, it’s something.

    1079. jason says:

      Here is the data on Rhode Island. It does have about 15% self identified Hispanics, the majority whom choose white as their race.

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

    1080. Gordon Allen says:

      So Jason,you oppose questioning a pro Democrat polls methodology?
      Who knew you were both a Democrat appeaser and aChina one too?

    1081. jason says:

      “If it’s the worst state, why are you here? Why don’t you leave? Go to another—there’s what, 51 more other states you can go to, you don’t have to be here.”

      Wasn’t Stacey Abrams the one who said it was the worst state?

      Take it up with her.

    1082. jason says:

      So Jason,you oppose questioning a pro Democrat polls methodology?”

      Hey Putin lap dog moron, where did I do that exactly?

    1083. jason says:

      Just more mischief by that little rascal Putin.

    1084. Tgca says:

      What a disgusting vile skank! Listen to the tape. It’s amazing!

      She not only advises folks to lie to voters and run as GOPers and then govern differently, she repeatedly uses the N word and slanders other AA by questioning their loyalty and referring to herself as a N at heart but can turn it in and off as needed to mislead people.

      …and finally she shows great lack of character and ethics by comparing misleading voters to seeing someone drop money and you pick it up and keep walking instead of giving the money back to the person, as if that’s what everyone does in her view of the world.

      This unethical POS should not ever be elected because she not only disrespects her constituents and her fellow AA but she lacks the ethics to represent the people.

      Would not surprise me to see this scum get elected and then be Indicted at some point for illegal behavior like so many dirty politicians on both sides of the aisle in the past.

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/james-okeefe-strikes-again-2/

    1085. Tgca says:

      EML, our resident Liz Cheney Republican, or better known as the Latino Whisperer, lectures us again on Latinos, this time in Rhode Island where according to the 2021 census data they make up 16% of the population which is less than the nearly 19% nationally, skewed by certain states, primarily CA and TX with each around 39%, and TX edging out CA by about 1/2 point.

      Next he’ll be lecturing us on what tampons women prefer.

    1086. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      June 27, 2022 at 10:35 am
      Johnson is indeed a great Senator. What kind of Republican would say he’s not?

      The question answers itself.

      – How Ron Johnson votes on issues and how he generally acts are two entirely different things. He’s got a history of goofy comments and it’s precisely why he’s in a race that looks closer, at least for now, than it should be this year.

    1087. jason says:

      EML, our resident Liz Cheney Republican, or better known as the Latino Whisperer”

      Heh.

      Too bad he is not an A-hole, would be worth a few points.

    1088. jason says:

      “goofy comments”

      Translation: is not a slimebag troll with the morals of a floating turd.

    1089. jason says:

      Who knew you were both a Democrat appeaser and aChina one too?”

      Hey Bitter, slow day, I guess this is the best I can do for points.

    1090. NYCmike says:

      “I do somewhat prefer Astorino, but I will be voting for Zeldin. No Giuliani, and the reality is that Wilson is far too conservative for this state. It would not appear that any R is capable of winning this year in NY, despite the environment, but I’ve always liked Zeldin.”

      -Agree with EML about Astorino, but I will probably vote for Guiliani in the primary.

      Odd about EML’s opinion of Wilson, all of the “experts” on the radio and TV I have seen have said that he is the person whom would be most acceptable to Dems, while EML says he is too conservative. I have not looked into him that much.

    1091. NYCmike says:

      “– How Ron Johnson votes on issues and how he generally acts are two entirely different things.”

      -And this is the guy who has said nothing about Biden/Harris since Jan 20, 2021, and both how they vote and act is appalling.

    1092. EML says:

      There’s been one poll in Wisconsin this year and it’s from Marquette, who doesn’t exactly have a great track record. Marquette polled the WI senate race 14 times in 2016, and not once did they show Ron Johnson with a lead. In August of that year, they showed Johnson losing to Feingold 50-39 (and Trump losing to Hillary 47-34). They have an extreme Democratic bias.

      But for Wobbie, the one poll of Wisconsin this year from an unreliable pollster is proof that Ron Johnson is “in a race that looks closer than it should be”. Clown behavior.

    1093. jason says:

      Hey Tgca, since EML is the HHR Latino expert and knows how Hispanics think better than they do, we might be able to take a few days off and he can fill in for us.

      I might come down to FL. Do you think you can get some manatee steaks on the black market?

    1094. EML says:

      Odd about EML’s opinion of Wilson, all of the “experts” on the radio and TV I have seen have said that he is the person whom would be most acceptable to Dems, while EML says he is too conservative. I have not looked into him that much.
      =================================
      You’re right I guess. I never looked into Wilson (until now) because I received a flyer that was obviously from a Democratic organization stating that Wilson was too conservative for NY. I thought this was Democrats interfering in the Republican primary to get the weakest candidate elected.

    1095. EML says:

      I appreciate your deference to my superior intellectual abilities in the matter of Hispanic voters.

    1096. jason says:

      No, pls don’t tell him…

      “Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong says he’s renouncing citizenship and moving to the UK over the repeal of Roe V Wade. Someone should probably tell him Europe has much stricter abortion limits than the U.S. does. Actually, on second thought …”

    1097. jason says:

      I appreciate your deference to my superior intellectual abilities in the matter of Hispanic voters.”

      Hey, I am actually only a real Hispanic. I have to defer to fake but accurate.

    1098. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason is a real Hispanic? Does Lupita know?

    1099. jason says:

      No, she thinks I am 100% Inca like her.

    1100. EML says:

      Jason is a HINO

    1101. jason says:

      Damm, now I will make Tina’s black list, I don’t think she differentiates much between a RINO and a HINO.

    1102. jason says:

      I am really confused. Wasn’t Hunter the one paying Joe’s bills?

      “Hunter Biden spent over $30,000 on escorts, many of whom were linked to “…” Russian email addresses and worked with an “exclusive model agency” called Uber GFE during a 3 1/2 month period between November 2018 and March 2019.

      He managed to do so thanks in part to Joe Biden committing to wiring him a total of $100,000 to help pay his bills from December 2018 through January 2019.

      In one instance, Joe Biden wired his son $5,000 while he was actively engaged with an Uber GFE escort. In another, texts indicated Hunter Biden convinced his father to wire him $20,000 to finance his stay at a New York City drug rehabilitation program that he never checked into”

    1103. Gordon Allen says:

      Gee. Hit a nerve.
      BTW,when did I ever say one ood thing about Putin?
      They must have polled Cambridge mass and upper Westside Manhattan

    1104. jason says:

      Does anyone think Bitter would have picked me for Lt. Governor if I wasn’t Hispanic?

      He knew he would have trouble running as a white country club Radnor elitist and wanted to balance the ticket.

      No, I was not offended, upward mobility is the name of the game.

    1105. Gordon Allen says:

      There,I snuck the offending sentence in that was moderated.
      Tell me why.Anybody? Jason never accepts China is a threat like Russia,even more so.
      If he has,please showe

    1106. jason says:

      TW,when did I ever say one ood thing about Putin?”

      It’s spelled “bad”.

      Never.

    1107. jason says:

      Jason never accepts China is a threat like Russia,even more so.”

      I always accept China is a threat like Russia.

      Why I don’t accept is that Russia is not a threat like China.

      GFY.

    1108. Gordon Allen says:

      Literally, posting about where the poll sample must have come from got moderated. Explain

    1109. jason says:

      Explain”

      You are a moron.

    1110. jason says:

      There is no Deep State at HHR either.

      Your comments are not “moderated”.

      There are a list of words/combinations that will cause your post to “go into moderation” but all that means is that it didn’t go through. Nobody is going to “review” it.

      Above my post got “moderated” because there was an offending word between the quotes “many of whom were linked to “…” Russian email addresses. So I figured it out after a few tries, left the space between the quotes as “…..” and it worked.

      This has been explained to you many times, but you are too stupid to understand and keep insisting that somehow someone is censoring you.

      You are a moron.

    1111. Bitterlaw says:

      Gordon- Sometimes it can be typo in your handle. For example, if you have ,net instead of .net in your e-mail, you get sent to moderation.

    1112. EML says:

      In case you have forgotten, California is still counting/manufacturing votes from the primary. They have until July 15 to certify the results, so 17 more days.

      Republicans have generally been receiving more votes than Democrats post-primary night. Of particular note is that the Republican vote share in Hispanic-majority CA-13 (Central Valley) has grown to 52.8%-47.2%. This represents by far the best pickup opportunity in CA, although CA-47 and CA-49 are still on the table.

    1113. jason says:

      Bitter, the game is up.

      Gordon has figured out that Dave has a big staff moderating the posts and has hired a big tech company to implement high powered and sophisticated “algorithms”.

      It was bound to get discovered sooner or later. I think that magazine article “How to detect algorithms under your bed” was key.

    1114. jason says:

      EML knows that the Hispanics in CA are primarily Mexican while here in Bittersville they are mostly Andean. He understands the nuanced cultural differences and how that impacts the way they vote, of course accounting for age, gender, education, income, etc. You have to be impressed.

    1115. Bitterlaw says:

      Damn. He cracked the code. Deep State and David Wissing each have the letter D and the letter S in them. The second S in Wissing was to throw off the less brainy code breakers.

    1116. EML says:

      Jason claims to be from Chile but doesn’t eat guinea pig and doesn’t even make his own chicha. Sus.

    1117. Wes says:

      Really? Why would she say something this stupid?

      https://www.newsweek.com/republican-yesli-vega-slammed-doubting-women-get-pregnant-rape-1719517

      Have people forgotten the names Todd Akin and Dick Moutdock?

    1118. EML says:

      Really? Why would she say something this stupid?
      ================================
      She seems to be making the case that incidents where women are impregnated due to rape are exceedingly rare and if Democrats want to make the case that that is the drawing line, Republicans are all on board.

    1119. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #1151- Wes
      Read it again. I had to read it a few times before I agreed with EML in #1152. RRH agrees with EML. Vega would be wise to avoid the topic.

    1120. jason says:

      Jason claims to be from Chile but doesn’t eat guinea pig”

      It’s cuy to you.

    1121. jason says:

      If you have to read it several times perhaps it wasn’t well articulated.

    1122. jason says:

      Cuy is delicious.

      But EML, if you can get your hands on some guanaco fillets, here is a great recipe.

      I skip the sugar. Don’t worry about the Patagonian parsley, use regular. You should be able to find merken at a good South American grocery store.

      https://awasi.com/blog/a-recipe-of-awasi-patagonia-chef-federico-ziegler/

    1123. Wes says:

      It’d be nice if she’d made a coherent statement indicating that, EML. As it was, she rambled and gave her opponent ammunition to use against her.

    1124. Bitterlaw says:

      In 2004, Pat Toomey was close to the line on stupid abortion statements. I voted for Specter in the primary because I thought Toomey would lose. In 2010, he refocused his campaign on economic issues and I was happy to vote for him.

    1125. jason says:

      Screw “all legal gun owners are criminals” Toomey.

      I hope I never hear from him again.

    1126. jason says:

      Damn. He cracked the code. Deep State and David Wissing each have the letter D and the letter S in them. The second S in Wissing was to throw off the less brainy code breakers.”

      It worked for years. Bound to have some genius like Neville Allen figure it out.

      Oh well.

    1127. DW says:

      On Sunday there were three deaths from an Amtrak train hitting a car in California, and today more deaths by another Amtrak train in Missouri, this time it hit a dump truck.

      ENOUGH! When will congress act to ban these killer trains!! How many more women and children need to die before these trains are finally banned?

    1128. Gordon Allen says:

      Jason. Here’s a code you haven’t broken.
      Everybody here knows you’re an ill informed argumentative,anti intellectual argument, and hostile person with no constituency,other than your misplaced ego.
      Everyone, which is why you argue with everybody

    1129. jason says:

      Everybody here knows you’re an ill informed”

      This is from someone who believes in an HHR Deep State?

    1130. jason says:

      No constituency?

      Well, maybe, but I know at least Neville Allen reads my posts.

    1131. jason says:

      NO MORE DUMP TRUCKS!

    1132. jason says:

      I saw the pictures of the crash. Flat as pancake no trees. The guy must have tried to beat the train across the tracks. If he had gotten stuck he wouldn’t have been killed.

    1133. Tina says:

      What a buffoon. Picky should have started on day 0. Dumbarse.

      The Hill
      @thehill
      · 2h
      McConnell vows to be “picky” with Biden nominees if GOP wins Senate https://trib.al/tlF3fzm

    1134. Tina says:

      So, crack rock pays $30,000 a month to a Russian hooker, subsidized by the commander in Thief?

      Commander in thief on tape talking business with Crsck Rock.

      What a day,

    1135. Wobbles says:

      This is nothing like the Stormy mega scandal, which as we all know was an alleged affair lasting at least 15 minutes only a decade before Trump was President.

      Let’s focus, people. Steady as she goes.

      Avenatti/Hunter 2024!

    1136. jason says:

      What a buffoon. Picky should have started on day 0. Dumbarse.”

      Damm, Tina doesn’t know yet that Rs don’t control the Senate.

      Not like 20 pure bred 100% litmus tested RINO free Senators would, anyway.

    1137. Bitterlaw says:

      Damn. Gordon just showers Gordon with points.

    1138. Robbie says:

      Mediaite
      @Mediaite
      Trump-Backed Candidate Melts Down as Bret Baier Asks About Drag Queen ‘Hypocrisy’ Story: ‘I Thought You Were a Little Better Than CNN’

      https://t.co/exjngBgiaa

      – MAGA daddy wants this lunatic to be governor of Arizona.

    1139. Wes says:

      I criticized Yesli Vega earlier today for her fumbling statement about abortion. Well, Liz Warren has gone completely insane on the issue. The Left is trying to make the unreasonable reasonable. This is why I don’t think the Supreme Court did them any favors with that ruling:

      https://mobile.twitter.com/CAKitchener/status/1541499684790870019

    1140. Robbie says:

      Wes says:
      June 27, 2022 at 4:43 pm
      It’d be nice if she’d made a coherent statement indicating that, EML. As it was, she rambled and gave her opponent ammunition to use against her.

      – In this forum, you’re not allowed to speak ill of any comments, however dumb they are, spoken by Republican candidates.

    1141. Robbie says:

      Ron Johnson is a mediocre candidate who says lots of stupid things. Mike Gallagher would have been a much better candidate to run this year and for the future, but Ron decided to go back on his two-term pledge.

      Just because Ron Johnson is a Republican gadfly doesn’t mean he’s a good candidate. For instance, he simply lied about delivering a false set of electors to Mike Pence. I don’t care about the electors, but I do care about the bald-faced lie.

      Ron Johnson’s probably going to win, but the idea he’s not a goof who makes races more competitive than they need to be is something only the “Trump ackshully won” crowd at HHR believes.

    1142. Wes says:

      I don’t know if Johnson is mediocre per se, Robbie. He beat a three-term Senator known for tireless campaigning in 2010 and overcame the odds to beat him again in 2016.

      One can’t be a Matt Rosendale type and achieve those kinds of results. I agree the false slate of electors was stupid, but given the time since he did that, I don’t think it’ll hurt him now.

    1143. Tina says:

      Jebot melting down as Biden has an approval rate of 39% in rcp. 10 points lower than trump.

    1144. Bitterlaw says:

      I forget why Jason thinks Toomey said all legal gun owners are criminals. I think it goes back to a bill after Sandy Hook but I lost my 2012/2013 HHR yearbook and don’t feel like probing the Annals.

    1145. Tina says:

      Corrupt Fib coordinating with )6. Stalin would be proud.

      Gop-e silent.

      https://twitter.com/ColumbiaBugle/status/1541587201208852480?cxt=HHwWgIC95YnZ6OQqAAAA

    1146. jason says:

      Ron Johnson is a great senator.

      Period.

    1147. jason says:

      MAGA daddy wants this lunatic to be governor of Arizona.”

      Going to be on ballot alert!

    1148. NYCmike says:

      Robbie yapping about Ron Johnson, still not one word of THANKS to Trump for his 3 Supreme Court picks, and no criticisms of the Biden Administration.

      Typical.

    1149. NYCmike says:

      jason isn’t hispanic.

      He’s Latinx.