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    Walker Leads Warnock By 3% in GA

    We received new polls from Insider Advantage for the states of Georgia and Arizona and we will start in Georgia where Republican Herschel Walker may pull off an incredible upset as the latest poll has him up by 3% over the incumbent Raphael Warnock.

    US SENATE – GEORGIA (IA)
    Herschel Walker (R) 47%
    Raphael Warnock (D-inc) 44%

    GOVERNOR – GEORGIA (IA)
    Brian Kemp (R-inc) 50%
    Stacey Abrams (D) 42%

    This poll was done September 6-7 among 550 likely voters. Meanwhile in Arizona, Democrats are faring a little better.

    US SENATE – ARIZONA (IA)
    Mark Kelly (D-inc) 45%
    Blake Masters (R) 39%

    GOVERNOR – ARIZONA (IA)
    Katie Hobbs (D) 44%
    Kari Lake (R) 43%

    This poll was done September 6-7 among 550 likely voters.

    Posted by Dave at 8:18 am
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    375 Responses to “Walker Leads Warnock By 3% in GA”

    1. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      This cannot be true, can it? My concern with Trafalgar is that it may be compromising accuracy at the expense of the quantity of polling it has done recently. Please tell us that Trafalgar will not be the PPP/Jensen of the Right?

      https://www.thetrafalgargroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/VT-General-Poll-Report-0909.pdf

      P.S.- Wes and SoHope– yesterday, the NC Bd. of Elections mailed out the first tranche of Mail-In Absentee Ballots for the Midterms. Ridiculous!

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    2. Phil says:

      Walker’s victory in Georgia won’t be an upset. He is personally well liked throughout the state. Republicans who didn’t vote in the senate Georgia runoffs will absolutely be voting for Walker this time.

      As far as Trafalgar, Sheeple, solid firm that hit every swing state within the margin of error in 2016 and 2020 except Michigan. Florida and NC on the number and actually was about three pts light on Trump’s final margin in Ohio. Solid pollster who has a track record second only to Baris. They should never be mentioned in the same breath as Jensen’s PPP.

    3. Tgca says:

      Tres Bebe! Tres!

    4. Tgca says:

      Not true! I used to eat pizza and swallow it down with soder. …and routinely ate McD’s nuggets and fries too.

      Now I know better…and sin no more.

      Bitterlaw says:
      September 10, 2022 at 7:06 am
      I also registered to vote and for the draft the day I turned 18. Possibly the only time Tgca and I did the same thing.

    5. jason says:

      Hershel Walker winning a R senate seat in GA would be no “upset”.

    6. jason says:

      If an R comes within 7 of winning Leahy’s senate seat there will be a red wave.

    7. jason says:

      “An independent panel of experts on computer systems and election security issues has concluded a lengthy investigation into the voting systems currently in place in the state of Georgia and sent recommendations to the State Election Board and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. The current system primarily relies on touchscreen voting machines produced by Dominion Voting Systems. The audit must not have gone very well because they advise that the state discontinue the use of the Dominion machines and move immediately to hand-marked paper ballots.”

    8. Tgca says:

      This has got to STOP!

      If the GOP takes Congress, they should hold hearings and investigate and subpoena every single FBI agent involved in the raids and cross examine every single agent for the world to see who they are and what they know.

      They should subpoena every agent’s personal records including their phones, emails and social media. Publish it all for transparency to the public. Any agent that fails to comply should be prosecuted.

      The rank and file are just as corrupt as the leadership if they are doing their bidding.

      The FBI has lost its way. I have no confidence the FBI or DOJ can any longer operate as designed.

      The DOJ And FBI Are Continuing To Raid Trump Supporters And Tipping Off The Media Ahead Of The Raids

      https://citizenfreepress.com/breaking/steve-bannon-breaking-at-least-35-trump-allies-had-homes-raided-by-fbi/

    9. jason says:

      Just to clear up the lies Tgca stated about my position.

      I am not against voting, far from it, I think the right to vote is sacred and should be protected at all costs. I have actually worked on elections and voter registrations and getting people to the polls for decades and I am sure I am responsible for getting more people to vote than Tgca ever will from his condo. I hope people turn out to vote in November and that legal votes elect Republicans everywhere.

      I think the electoral system implemented in PA under the excuse of the pandemic is corrupt and I have chosen not to participate in it. I understand that not voting will not change the system. By the same token I am not convinced voting will either.

      Everyone should make their own decision and live with it.

      In 2016 I made a decision not to vote for President. I don’t regret it, but if I knew what i know now I would have voted for Trump.

      One of the best explanations Richard Nixon gave about the Watergate cover-up was when he said “well, it seemed like a good idea at the time”.

    10. jason says:

      LOL

      “Vladimir Putin was the first world leader to congratulate King Charles III on his official accession to the throne – even though the new King once compared the Russian president with Adolf Hitler.

      In a brief message, Putin sent his “sincere congratulations” from the Kremlin to King Charles.

      “I wish Your Majesty success, good health and all the best,” he said.

    11. Tgca says:

      9

      Ok. Here’s the skinny on Jadon’s post.

      Jadon personally doesn’t believe in voting and has given up on voting but expects others to vote or they’re morons helping to elect Dems if they refuse to vote.

      Got it!

    12. Tgca says:

      10

      Pootin sends classy message.

      Zelenskyy sends message to demand the King Charles has a responsibility to send Ukraine more money…and we look forward to trying to exhort more funds from you in the future as well.

    13. Tgca says:

      12

      GFY Siri!

      It’s extort not exhort!

    14. Tgca says:

      No pay for play or corruption can arise from this. None at all!

      Will Hunter Biden be a guest speaker too?

      Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will be the keynote speaker at a top defense industry conference in Austin, Texas, later this month.

      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/09/09/zelensky-will-deliver-keynote-address-u-s-defense-industry-conference/

    15. Tgca says:

      Sorry! We need to shutdown your breathing ventilator for an hour to conserve energy.

      …and here’s a list of eco-friendly electric vehicles you should look into purchasing too.

      CA Energy Commission Member: We Should ‘Triple Down’ on Renewables, But We’ll Need Programs to Shut off Appliances, Turn Down AC

      https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2022/09/09/ca-energy-commission-member-we-should-triple-down-on-renewables-but-well-need-programs-to-shut-off-appliances-turn-down-ac/

    16. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      From our beloved Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, John Roberts, at a speech he gave yesterday in Colorado:

      Acknowledging that the last year had been “difficult in many respects,” Roberts said he and his colleagues are working to move beyond it.
      “I think just moving forward from things that were unfortunate is the best way to respond,” he said.
      He also praised his newest colleague, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, and announced she will have her formal investiture on September 30. “She is going to be a wonderful justice,” he said.”

      Roberts clearly wants to close the leak investigation with impunity to the leaker(s).

    17. jason says:

      Jadon personally doesn’t believe in voting”

      I personally believe in voting.

      I believe in elections where only eligible voters vote and their votes are counted accordingly.

      I know this a foreign concept to Tgca, who is comfortable with ballot harvesting, unverified mail in ballots, unsupervised drop boxes, dead people voting, out of state people voting, illegals voting, barring of election observers of one of the parties.

      Each to his own.

    18. jason says:

      Manchin believed Dems would honor the deal he made?

      Sorry Joe.

      “We will be united in defeating the separate Manchin ‘permitting reforms’ that will accelerate climate change and pollute Black, brown, Indigenous and low-income communities,” said Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich. “Manchin went back on his word to get [Build Back Better] done, and we owe him nothing now.”

    19. Tgca says:

      17

      I believe you.

      *wink wink*

    20. NYCmike says:

      https://notthebee.com/article/philadelphia-has-fallen-just-look-at-these-videos-showing-the-current-state-of-the-city

      -Here are the voters who will get Fetterman over the top! Their ballots have already been filled in!

    21. jason says:

      That is bad Philadelphia.

      We will wait for Bitter’s report on good Philadelphia.

    22. Tgca says:

      20

      Philly is probably the filthiest and foul-smelling large city in the US. Perhaps because if it’s crowded small streets.

      I used to walk through certain areas of Center City and it reeked so bad of homeless, urine, and decaying garbage.

      Going into their underground transit system is enough to churn your stomach and make you vomit because it smells so bad.

    23. jason says:

      “Ukrainian forces seized most of a strategically vital city in northeastern Ukraine on Saturday, cutting the main supply line to thousands of Russian troops near the eastern city of Izyum and marking the biggest strategic gain Ukraine has made since the start of an offensive this week.

      Photos from Russian and Ukrainian channels on Telegram showed Ukrainian soldiers holding the country’s flag in front of the city hall in Kupyansk, and Kremlin-loyal Russian military correspondents said Moscow’s forces had pulled back across the Oskil River to the eastern part of the city.

      Ukraine’s control over the critical infrastructure of the city and the success of this week’s advance signal to Western backers the effectiveness of weapons the U.S. and Europe has given to Kyiv.”

      This is why the Putin Appeasers here want to cut off military aid to Ukraine. They are afraid it will prevent the Russians from winning.

    24. jason says:

      Philly is probably the filthiest and foul-smelling large city in the US. Perhaps because if it’s crowded small streets.

      I used to walk through certain areas of Center City and it reeked so bad of homeless, urine, and decaying garbage.

      Going into their underground transit system is enough to churn your stomach and make you vomit because it smells so bad.”

      You should stick to Good Philadelphia, which is a different city altogether.

    25. Tgca says:

      So will all these countries using the image of the Queen on their currencies now change their currencies?

      This can be a costly venture and logistic nightmare and open the doors for counterfeiting.

      Perhaps it’s time to collect some samples as collectors items before any currency changes.

      Do people really want to see Charles mug on their currencies?

      Inquiring minds want to know.

    26. NYCmike says:

      “This is why the Putin Appeasers here want to cut off military aid to Ukraine. They are afraid it will prevent the Russians from winning.”

      -Why do you keep repeating this nonsense?

    27. Tgca says:

      24

      Center City is supposed to be good Philly. They have Rittenhouse Square where homeless congregate on the benches.

    28. jason says:

      -Why do you keep repeating this nonsense?”

      What is your reason for cutting off aid so the Russians can win?

    29. jason says:

      There is another good reason to support Ukraine which goes beyond the weapons.

      Reports of Ukraine gaining some of their territory back will weaken Putin politically in Russia. As long as he can claim he is successful in annexing territory and in recreating a Greater Russia he can claim victory. But if loses some of this territory even with total control of the media it will still get out and the casualties will continue to mount.

    30. jason says:

      It’s hilarious that when you talk about Putin Appeasers NYC immediately puts the shoe on.

      Reminds me of the guy writing a letter in the post office, where he states I am going to stop writing now because a guy behind me is reading everything I write and the guy behind him says “you are a Goddam liar”

    31. NYCmike says:

      #28 – never said to cut off aid, never said I want Russians to win. It’s all in your mind.

      BUT, a united Republican party saying “Aid The Ukrainians And Have A Paper Trail” shouldn’t be too much to ask of our government, as well as make the Democrats look like they are hiding something if they don’t go along……mention Hunter Biden every time the Democrats put up an argument.

      Defeat Putin, help deter corruption, go after Biden, his corrupt family, and the corrupt Democratic Party all at the same time.

    32. NYCmike says:

      “It’s hilarious that when you talk about Putin Appeasers NYC immediately puts the shoe on.”

      -It’s sad, and quite pathetic, that you use such a broad brush with every issue, if anyone disagrees with some aspect on a certain issue. Like speaking with the typical Democrat.

    33. jason says:

      Zzzzzzz… the “we must have accounting or we just have to let the Russians win” canard again.

      What a crock. “Paper trail” LOL.

      Just admit you want Putin to win, enough with the red herrings.

      “mention Hunter Biden every time the Democrats put up an argument”

      Ah yes, SEND A MESSAGE.

      What does Hunter Biden have to do with making sure the Russians don’t win?

      Nada, nothing, zilch.

      Just another excuse to support the Russians.

    34. jason says:

      It’s sad, and quite pathetic, that you use such a broad brush with every issue,”

      This is not rocket science. Either you want the Russians to win or you don’t.

      You and your Putin sycophant toady Tucker Carlson want the Russians to win. At least he is honest enough to admit it.

    35. jason says:

      Defeat Putin, help deter corruption, go after Biden, his corrupt family, and the corrupt Democratic Party all at the same time.”

      More excuses to justify supporting the Russians.

      There are all separate issues that have nothing to do with supporting military aid to Ukraine.

      They are not linked in any way.

    36. jason says:

      NYC wants a “united party”.

      United in kissing Putin’s ass.

      I hope most Rs say no thanks.

    37. NYCmike says:

      You do fantasy better than Wes! At least he speaks about books that he has read in the past. You make up your own!

    38. jason says:

      Nah, I just have a keen nose for red herrings.

    39. jason says:

      And of course, I excel at translations.

      “We can’t give military aid to Ukraine if we don’t mention Hunter Biden”

      Translation: I want the Russians to win.

      Not very challenging….I can do harder ones.

    40. jason says:

      Looks like the US might be able to recoup some of the cost of aid to the Ukraine….nothing like real battlefield testing…

      “WASHINGTON (AP) — As other nations see the impact of U.S. weapons in the Ukraine war, the Pentagon is getting more requests for them, including the high-tech, multiple-launch rocket system that Ukrainian forces have successfully used against Russian ammunition depots and other supplies, Defense officials said Friday.

      Bill LaPlante, the department’s under secretary for acquisition, told reporters that the Pentagon has been working with the defense industry to increase production lines to meet both U.S. and international demands for certain weapons. And he said some countries have already begun asking about buying the High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems, or HIMARS”

    41. Tgca says:

      33

      We can answer your question below with another one. What does APPEASEMENT have to do with not wanting the US to be Ukraine’s ATM when there is no direct American strategic interest there?

      Nada, nothing, zilch!

      What does Hunter Biden have to do with making sure the Russians don’t win?

      Nada, nothing, zilch.

    42. jason says:

      If you don’t think Ukraine and stopping the Russian from their expansionist goals is in the interest of the US you are a moron.

      Oh, wait….

      Poor Tgca is triggered by the fact the US aid is helping Ukraine defend against the Russians.

      You certainly don’t want that.

      (But no, you don’t want the Russians to win)

    43. Tgca says:

      39

      Ha! Ha!

      The freedom QUITTER has the gall to mock others about invoking Hunter Biden when he takes a play out of the Dems playbook to mention APPEASER every time someone disagrees with him on Ukraine.

      RACIST! RACIST! RACIST! say the Dems when they can’t put forth a good defense.

      APPEASER! APPEASER! APPEASER! says Jadon when he can’t put forth a good defense.

      But note how the China sycophant defends the largest human rights abuser and corrupt country in the world. Hollywood Jadon is SILENT on over a million Uyghurs in concentration camps and forced into slave labor and thousands killed annually.

    44. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      From Jon Ralston:

      Nevada Voter Registration Advantage

      Nov 2020: Democrats +88,216

      Nov 2021: Democrats +75,717

      April 2022: Democrats +62,297

      June 2022: Democrats +51,351

      NOW: Democrats +48,398

      ? Net Difference: GOP +39,818 — That’s +6,222 MORE than Biden’s NV margin

      https://nvsos.gov/sos/elections/voters/voter-registration-statistics/2022

    45. Bitterlaw says:

      I am at a memorial fundraiser for suicide prevention/awareness. It is more cheery than this thread.

    46. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Jason, your forgetting that only days ago, Tucker Carlson assured us that Putin was winning the war in the Ukraine.

    47. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Illia Ponomarenko ??
      “@IAPonomarenko

      Tucker Carlson remains a master war expert

      @Acyn
      Tucker: By any actual reality based measure, Vladimir Putin is not losing the war in Ukraine. He is winning the war in Ukraine”

    48. Phil says:

      Yeah, let’s all hyperventilate some more about Putin’s mighty Russian military – what a juggernaut. A colossal threat to America. Absolutely terrifying.

    49. Bitterlaw says:

      Russian troops are still in Ukraine and killing Ukrainians. Closer to winning than losing.

    50. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      48. It’s because of U.S./NATO support that Ukraine is now on the offensive.

      “The swift fall of Izium in Kharkiv province was Moscow’s worst defeat since its troops were forced back from the capital Kyiv in March. Ukraine hailed it as a turning point in the 6-month-old war, with thousands of Russian soldiers leaving behind ammunition stockpiles and equipment as they fled.

      Russian forces used Izium as the logistics base for one of their main campaigns – a months-long assault from the north on the adjacent Donbas region comprised of Donetsk and Luhansk.”

      The state-run TASS news agency quoted Russia’s defense ministry as saying it had ordered troops to leave the vicinity and reinforce operations elsewhere in Donetsk”

    51. Phil says:

      So does this mean Putin may have to put off his inevitable reconstitution of the Soviet Empire for a few extra months…and the Poles can breathe a bit before the Russians pour over their borders?

    52. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “”The Russian army in these days is demonstrating the best that it can do – showing its back,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a video released by his office Saturday night.

      “And, of course, it’s a good decision for them to run.”

      Ukrainian forces, backed by increasingly powerful Western weapons, have captured hundreds of square miles of territory from Russian control in the past four days across the Kharkiv region, as the Russian line collapsed.”

    53. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      51. Never fear, am sure Tucker Carlson will be on soon to explain how Putin is still winning.

    54. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Russian bloggers are turning on Putin. The way things are going, he could get pushed out as Russian leader.

      “Anton Troianovski
      Sept. 10, 2022
      Updated 6:35 p.m. ET
      As Russian forces hastily retreated in northeastern Ukraine on Saturday in one of their most embarrassing setbacks of the war, President Vladimir V. Putin was at a park in Moscow, presiding over the grand opening of a Ferris wheel.”

    55. Phil says:

      …and the same suspects will continue to tell us what a dire threat the Russians are to the USA.

    56. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Arizona Senate:
      Mark Kelly (D-inc) 47% (+2)
      Blake Masters (R) 45%

      Arizona Governor:
      Katie Hobbs (D) 46%
      Kari Lake (R) 46%

      @EmersonCollege, 627 LV, 6/6-7

      Emerson polling used a picture to caption this poll of a Monument Valley area that is actually in Utah.

    57. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “An internal poll from Sen. Mike Lee’s campaign sent to KSL NewsRadio shows he’s up 18 points on McMullin. The poll shows Lee with 50% of likely voter support, compared to McMullin with 32%.

      But a separate internal poll made public from the McMullin campaign shows Mcmullin is leading by one percentage point, with McMullin earning 47% likely voter support compared to Lee’s 46%.”

      I would put Lee ahead by 5-10%.

    58. Phil says:

      5-10 pts sounds about right to me.

    59. Wes says:

      Mike Lee is the Ted Cruz of Utah. That is, Lee should be able to lock down his seat with no problem under the internal politics of the state and its partisan lean. His smarmy public persona grates on people though. Hence why Lee is running well behind his previous showings against an untrustworthy opponent who’s embraced the political Left in a largely conservative state during an unpopular Dem President’s midterm.

    60. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      59. Utah is changing. It is becoming more cosmopolitan and techie. Believe it has the youngest population of any state. It will always be conservative, and very family oriented because of the large LDS population. Lee polling has always been low, and agree his personality is a major factor.

    61. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Russians fought so hard to take Luhansk. I would be shocked if they actually are fleeing. Pulin might want to remember what happened to the Tsar at the time Russian troops refused to fight further in World War I.

      “Luhansk Oblast Governor Serhiy Haidai told Suspilne television on Sept. 10 that locals have already seen Ukrainian soldiers on the outskirts of Russian-occupied Lysychansk. According to Haidai, Ukrainian partisans raised the country’s flag over Kreminna, a town near Sievierodonetsk, overnight on Sept. 10. He also added that Russian occupiers and collaborators are now leaving settlements in Luhansk Oblast en masse.”

    62. jason says:

      Phil uses the fact the Ukrainians are resisting the Russians due to US weapons shipments to argue that no shipments are necessary because Russia is not a threat.

      I call it bunker logic.

    63. jason says:

      Maybe they can get Tucker on Russian state TV again to boost morale.

    64. Bitterlaw says:

      Remember when Phil said we could not risk escalating the conflict because Russia had nukes? Now, Russia is not a threat but still has nukes.

    65. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “The Russians have now lost two key logistics hubs – the railway cities of Izyum and Kupiansk. This is a military setback and a public humiliation for President Putin.

      We cannot reach the frontlines. Journalists have been denied access. Ukraine is determined to control the information war. But plenty of footage has emerged on social media showing Ukrainian troops raising their flag in newly liberated areas.

      All of this is cathartic for Ukraine and reassuring for its Western backers.

      The Russians still hold around a fifth of the country and few imagine a swift end to the war. But the Ukrainians have now shown they can beat the Russians in battle, not just outmanoeuvre them. According to one military expert, it’s the first time since World War Two that whole Russian units have been lost.”

      Slava Ukraini!

    66. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “”The war in Ukraine will continue until the complete defeat of Russia,” Igor Girkin, a far-right nationalist, grumbled in a video address to his 430,000 followers on Telegram on Monday. “We have already lost, the rest is just a matter of time.”

      Girkin, a former Russian intelligence colonel who became a commander of the pro-Russian separatist forces in 2014, is arguably the most prominent voice within an increasingly loud and angry group of ultra-nationalist and pro-war bloggers who have taken to berating the Kremlin for its failure to achieve its tactical objectives as the fighting in Ukraine has entered its seventh month.”

    67. Phil says:

      ….and I call your “Russian threat” obsession tiring. It gets more and more absurd by the day. That Russian war machine you’re so afraid of seems to be having a little trouble holding onto territory against the mighty Ukranians – but somehow they’re a “threat” to the United States.

      You’re safe, Jason. The big bad Russian bear isn’t going to get you.

    68. Phil says:

      Girding thinks they’ve already lost? Impossible. They’re the mighty Russian War Machine.

    69. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Agree Phil. Now that the Europeans have increased their defense spending, they need to commit to keeping it at that level. Likewise, Biden needs to support the growth of LNG production in the U. S., to supply Europe in place of Russian natural gas. And the U. S. and it’s allied need to fully get behind the defense of Taiwan. China has serious economic problems, and is in no position to take on the U.S. and allied countries. Wish we had Reagan again as president.

    70. Phil says:

      China is indeed having a rough time economically and this would be the opportune time to arm Taiwan to the teeth. Biden won’t do it, however……..the Chinese own the corrupt SOB. Biden is horrible. He’s no Reagan for sure.

    71. Tgca says:

      Russia is not a threat to Americans unless they resort to nuclear weapons which is probably close to 0 percent.

      You know who is a threat to Americans? Illegal immigrants creating crime and havoc in our cities and straining resources. Americans are more likely to die ay the hand of illegal immigrants invading our country than Russians.

      Illegal immigration costs us more than any threat from Russia, including a new Cold War.

    72. Phil says:

      Shut up, Tgca. You know it’s not US borders that matter.

    73. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      There is no either or situation here. The borders should be closed as a matter of good policy regardless.

    74. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      @JuliaDavisNews
      Faced with Ukraine’s mounting counteroffensive, which is rapidly achieving impressive gains, concerned Russian propagandists say their forces are battling an “enormous horde,” armed with the best Western weaponry and swimming in foreign specialists.

    75. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Aaron Rogers, the great Green Bay quarterback, is not afraid to opine about politics. He is most definitely conservative.
      I think there is a good chance he runs for the Wisconsin Senate seat in 2024.

      https://nypost.com/2022/09/10/aaron-rodgers-crushes-leadership-in-native-california-going-to-s-t/

    76. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      So where were you when you learned about the 911 attacks 21 years ago today?
      I had taken a 5:00 a.m.(Pacific Time) jog and when I returned home I turned on the TV set to see the second plane bank sharply left over the Hudson River and within seconds the ensuing fireball erupt from the South Tower. I knew it was deliberate and an Act of War!

    77. Wes says:

      Aaron Rodgers is conservative? All evidence I’ve seen indicates he’s a typical California liberal. He used to date super liberal Olivia Munn for goodness’ sake. He may realize liberal Democrats in the Golden State have turned his home state into a hellhole, but I doubt he’s converted to conservatism.

    78. Bitterlaw says:

      76 I was at work in Philadelphia. Somebody announced that a small plane had hit one of the towers of the WTC. That seemed impossible to be an accident since it was a clear day. I had a radio in my office and turned it on. The announcement of a second plane strike confirmed it was an attack.

      My wife called from her office a few blocks away and asked if I was leaving. I had not really thought of it since I had work to do. We picked up our son from daycare and walked a few blocks home.

      We did not know if there would be more attacks. Independence Hall was less than a mile away and could be a highly symbolic target.

    79. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #77- Wes
      The attacks he received for not getting vaccinated during COVID may have changed Mr. Rodgers. Recently, he questioned the legitimacy of the results of the 2020 election. He’s now dumping on his home State of California.

    80. jason says:

      The US border has nothing to do with Russia’s aggression in Ukraine.

      Another red herring by the Putin Appeasers.

    81. Bitterlaw says:

      Many people will post “Never Forget” today. I don’t choose to remember the towers as they were or with images of lights. This is some of the evil done that day.

      https://images.app.goo.gl/dRzm8wSjPYWDD7JSA

    82. jason says:

      That Russian war machine you’re so afraid of seems to be having a little trouble holding onto territory against the mighty Ukranians ”

      LOL.

      Bunker logic at its best.

      Phil doesn’t even understand “holding on to territory”.

      And whose territory would that be?

      Hint: Ukrainian territory.

      The whole war is being fought within Ukraine’s borders. All the destruction of the country is happening in Ukraine. All the civilian deaths, torture, exiles, and displacements are happening in Ukraine. The cities and towns being shelled and destroyed are Ukrainian. Bridges, power plants, roads being destroyed? Ukraine.

      But you can sit in a bunker in Texas and pretend none of is happening as you bow to Putin’s aggression.

    83. jason says:

      Bitter used the fact everyone was distracted by the burning towers to sneak a walk in Philadelphia.

      Good strategy.

    84. Tgca says:

      76

      I took 9/11 off as I had a planned eye doctor app’t. I was living in San Francisco at the time. I got a call from a doctor friend in LA on his way to work around 7:15. I turned on the TV and then within minutes the 1st tower collapsed. I could not believe it. It was shocking.

      I know of quite a number of people who died in the attack, including my friend’s husband at the Pentagon, leaving two young children behind. Another good friend was supposed to be working as a manager that day at the Marriott but had switched schedules with a co-worker. When the Marriott later was destroyed by the collapsing towers as well, the co-worker perished because they were still in the building aiding evacuation.

      I had two other friends that lost their friends and clients there. One lost like 15 of his clients on that fateful day.

      I had some acquaintances that worked there so I used to go there to meet them for lunch when I worked in NYC. Their elevators were amazingly fast. I was always in awe by the immensity of these buildings.

    85. jason says:

      Queen’s coffin making 6 hour road trip from Balmoral to Edinburgh. Hundreds of thousands lining streets, road, bridges as the cortege passes through cities and towns.

      BBC headline: hundreds line route”

    86. Tgca says:

      I doubt Philly was on any target list. People around the world be like WHERE?

      Besides, it would have been awful if the Good part of Philly was decimated because then the whole city would be a chithole place.

    87. jason says:

      I was getting ready to tee off the first hole at a Houston golf course trying to getting 9 holes in before starting work when some guy ran out of the club house and said a plane hit the WTC tower. That was the end of the golf.

    88. jason says:

      Rumor is Bin Laden was going to attack the Liberty Bell until informed it was already cracked.

    89. Tgca says:

      85

      Chill out! It’s just a typo.

      The MSM is very reverent to this grand lady as they remind us she oversaw a colonial empire that was built on the backs of brown and black people and was enshrined in slavery.

      It’s not like Egypt or other African and Middle East countries had anything to do with slavery for hundreds of years. It was a European thing.

    90. jason says:

      Nah, there was never any slavery before the British Empire.

      Zzzzzzz….

      Walt, the Roman Empire never enslaved anyone, right?

    91. jason says:

      Besides, it would have been awful if the Good part of Philly was decimated because then the whole city would be a chithole place.”

      Not only that, it would probably have been the first crime ever committed in Good Philadelphia in the last 40 years/

    92. jason says:

      I predicted this yesterday, in my usual perspicacious and incisive analysis. Setbacks in Ukraine are important not from a military standpoint, but they damage Putin’s image in Russia.

      “A group of municipal deputies in Moscow’s Lomonosovsky district took an unusual step this week on behalf of their constituents. They held a televised meeting on Thursday where they discussed some of the challenges currently facing both their district and Russia as a whole. The final result of the meeting was a public call for Vladimir Putin to resign from his office for the good of the nation.”

    93. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzz

    94. jason says:

      Maybe the Dems can run on a platform that the government will pay for first class ticked for any black women traveling.

    95. Tgca says:

      Gawd! This woman is soooo STOOPID!

      Let’s talk about how brown and black people in Islam and other groups butchered, torchered, raped and enslaved their way to power for centuries, as well as what we see to this day in many African countries…and even in the US where the biggest threat historically to gays were from people of color, specifically AA men.

      What a hypocritical RACIST!

      If I were on the show I would go back at her and list all the horrific and genocidal events by people of color throughout the ages that continue through today and compare and contrast.

      Sounds like Hostin is just PO’d that white folks stood up against and beat down her ancestors committing these equally vile acts she accuses others of.

      The View’s Sunny Hostin Defends Tweet Hoping Queen Died In Pain: “It Was A Thieving, Raping, Genocidal Empire”

      https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2022/09/09/the_views_sunny_hostin_defends_tweet_hoping_queen_died_in_pain_it_was_a_thieving_raping_genocidal_empire.html

    96. jason says:

      There is dissent in Russia, and hopefully as Ukraine resists there will be more.

      “Five Russian municipal deputies from St. Petersburg have been arrested after publishing a request to the Duma to have Vladimir Putin arrested and charged with treason for the invasion of Ukraine.”

    97. jason says:

      Florida Man Swimming Across Lake Loses Arm to Gator, Spends 3 Days ‘Walking in Circles’

      Tgca would never have to worry swimming in FL, no gator would go after an 85 lb scarecrow.

    98. Robbie says:

      Jomini of the West
      @JominiW

      1/ UTW – Operational Update: ZSU Counter Offensive in the Donbas, 04-10 Sep. The ZSU is engaged in what may likely become the most stunningly successful counteroffensive since the IDFs OPERATION GAZELLE during the 1973 Yom Kippur War.

      – I’m sorry this is happening to Tucker Carlson, Col. Douglass MacGregor, and Tinfoil. It must be tough to watch their idol Putin fail so badly.

      The pivot by the pro-Putin populist right will be interesting. I eagerly await Tinfoil’s Gateway Pundit nonsense to find out.

    99. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 National Republican Primary Poll:

      Trump 49% (+12)
      DeSantis 37%

      @YouGovAmerica/@YahooNews
      467 RV ~ 9/2-6
      https://news.yahoo.com/poll-

    100. NYCmike says:

      Jason, SDC and Robbie all mentioning Tucker Carlson is very funny!

    101. NYCmike says:

      Robbie calling Tina pro-Putin is also hilarious!

    102. Robbie says:

      Illia Ponomarenko ??
      @IAPonomarenko

      Ukrainian forces on the Russian border – the town of Hoptivka.
      The battle of Kharkiv Oblast is an absolute Ukrainian victory.

      – Someone’s going to need to do a wellness check on Tucker Carlson. And maybe NYCmike as well. He seems pretty upset anyone would question Tucker or Tinfoil.

    103. NYCmike says:

      You aren’t questioning them. You’re making false accusations against them about being pro-Putin, which as I stated, is hilarious.

    104. Robbie says:

      NYCmike says:
      September 11, 2022 at 11:55 am
      You aren’t questioning them. You’re making false accusations against them about being pro-Putin, which as I stated, is hilarious.

      – Death taxes, and NYCmike being completely wrong.

      Tucker Carlson is pro-Putin. I’m sorry if this triggers you, but you need to hear the truth.

    105. NYCmike says:

      Robbie,

      I’ve been shown one clip, FROM 2018 or 2019, where he said “I agree with Putin.” or some such statement.

      If he has said anywhere that he agrees with Putin’s invasion, and hope Putin takes over Ukraine, I’m sure one of you would post it for all to see.

      I’ve been waiting since February, so I’ll wait some more.

      Oh, and speaking about being completely wrong…..odd you haven’t said much about Herschel Walker, J D Vance or Kari Lake lately…….in the next month, I predict several more of those you deemed “bad candidates” will move up more as well.

    106. Robbie says:

      NYCmike says:
      September 11, 2022 at 12:14 pm

      you haven’t said much about Herschel Walker, J D Vance or Kari Lake lately

      – That’s mostly because I don’t care.

      Walker and Lake are bad candidates. Of course, expecting you to know what a bad candidate looks like is a mistake.

      Fortunately for Walker and Lake, bad candidates often win when the political environment so strongly favors their side.

      Also, Tucker Carlson is a Putin apologist.

    107. NYCmike says:

      If anything has been learned in the last 20-30 years, if all of D.C. is united around one position, it’s time to start asking questions.

      Personally, Trump’s approach to Putin, which was speak highly of him publicly, while in private telling him “Stay in your little box, or else”, while making sure the United States was producing enough oil and gas so the revenues Putin got from his sales were low was the best policy I have seen in my lifetime.

      Of course, Robbie prefers Biden, and war……….but deep down, Robbie’s devout Roman Catholic heart really loves the Ukrainian people……

    108. Robbie says:

      Acyn
      @Acyn
      Tucker: By any actual reality based measure, Vladimir Putin is not losing the war in Ukraine. He is winning the war in Ukraine

      https://twitter.com/Acyn/status/1564408136378843136?s=20&t=vuK4OpYhrsHBqgBl172MhA

      – Fanboy gonna fanboy.

    109. NYCmike says:

      “– That’s mostly because I don’t care.”

      -LOL!

      When their polling was bad, you couldn’t wait to broadcast it here.

      NOW, you “don’t care”!

      Two Republicans look like they will win their races and Robbie, the “conservative Republican”, doesn’t care!!

    110. jason says:

      Tucker Carlson is a Putin’s little lap dog that is featured often on Russian State TV.

      Amoral Scumbag is despicable lying troll who would sell his mother and sister into sexual bondage if somehow it were bad for Trump. This a guy making “morality” attacks on Trump while championing Micheal Avenatti as the moral compass of America.

      Both can be true.

    111. jason says:

      Heh, before Amoral Scumbag was “very concerned” about Rs losing the senate.

      Now that it may not happen, he “doesn’t care”.

      What a slimy scum of an excuse for a human being.

    112. Robbie says:

      Always remember, Jason fraud began calling me amoral because I disapproved of Trump having an affair with a dirty, nasty porn star while his third wife was at home recovering from childbirth and nursing their newborn child, Barron.

      Also, Tucker Carlson is a Putin fanboy. The least surprising thing ever is that NYCmike can’t see that.

    113. NYCmike says:

      #109 – I’ll let jason and Bitterlaw handle the losing/winning part, as they consistently say that if Russia has any part of Ukraine, that means Russia is winning.

    114. jason says:

      Tucker: By any actual reality based measure, Vladimir Putin is not losing the war in Ukraine. He is winning the war in Ukraine”

      Unfortunately, there is some truth in this. The Russians are fighting on Ukrainian territory, have annexed huge amounts of territory, and have succeeded in displacing millions of people and destroying Ukraine’s economy. By that measure, they are not losing.

      However, the difference is this is the outcome Tucker Carlson, as Putin’s sniveling little toady, wants to happen.

      Most of the rest of us want Ukraine to win.

    115. NYCmike says:

      Robbie,

      Take Tucker’s argument and break it down.

      Show how he is Losing.

      Do the work, don’t just be like a Democratic media operative.

      I see Ukraine may have launched a successful counterattack. They got back 1/10th of their land?? More? less?

      Give some details to show where you think Carlson was incorrect.

    116. jason says:

      I’ll let jason and Bitterlaw handle the losing/winning part, as they consistently say that if Russia has any part of Ukraine, that means Russia is winning.”

      LOL

      If your stated objective is to annex your enemy’s territory, and you successfully do that, I would call it winning.

    117. NYCmike says:

      “However, the difference is this is the outcome Tucker Carlson, as Putin’s sniveling little toady, wants to happen.”

      -Exhausting.

      Ok, enough of this, gotta make sure my Fantasy team is set, and then get outside into the bad weather!

      Cheers.

    118. jason says:

      I don’t mind Carlson saying the Russians are winning. My problem is that he wants them to win.

    119. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 12:34 pm
      Heh, before Amoral Scumbag was “very concerned” about Rs losing the senate.

      – I still am. Right now, I think the best-case scenario is a 50-50 Senate once again. If Walker wins and Oz loses, that’s still a 50-50 Senate. I like Laxalt a lot, but there’s a not a lot of evidence he’s leading right now. I suspect Johnson wins, but he’s clownish enough to say something dumb that causes him to lose.

      Walker has two advantages. First, Kemp (who you hate) is probably going to win by a reasonably large margin. That may well drag Walker over the finish line. Second, GA is still a right leaning state in a year when the president has a 40% approval rating. The wildcard is the Mikey moron Losertarian who may throw the race to a runoff. I don’t know how that plays out.

      As for “I don’t care”, I don’t care enough to come here every day right now and debate a bunch of people who think Trump is the greatest living human being alive or that Putin is actually not that bad.

      I’m sure I’ll post more as we get closer to November, but right now I don’t care to do so.

    120. NYCmike says:

      “My problem is that he wants them to win.”

      -I disagree.

      Cheers.

    121. NYCmike says:

      “I’m sure I’ll post more as we get closer to November, but right now I don’t care to do so.”

      -jason, let me take this one:

      Translation: That dang speech by Biden, and his ridiculous student-debt-forgiveness shenanigans, has give Republicans more ammunition against the Democrats, which may keep Trump from getting totally embarrassed, so now I am mad, will stomp my feet, and fly my plane up to my tree house!

    122. Robbie says:

      I think it’s a stretch to say Russia is winning simply because Ukraine is fighting on its own soil.

      The goal of Putin’s invasion was to capture the capital in short order and install a rump government. That didn’t happen.

      Putin’s war aims were drastically curtailed and now he’s getting routed in a region he’s had control of for months and months.

      Russia’s army was supposed to be the second or third best in the world. Clearly, it’s not and that’s given Tucker Carlson a big case of the sads.

    123. jason says:

      because I disapproved of Trump having an affair with a dirty, nasty porn star”

      Zzzzzz…. so what you have against Trump is that he may have had a consensual one night stand 10 years before he became President?

      Hilarious. What a scumbag liar.

      But Amoral Scumbag, so devoted to “morality”, has no problem with Joe Biden, Michael Avanenatti, Hunter Biden, Michael Cohen, Adam Schiff and all his other heroes and icons. THEY are the moral compass of America.

      “dirty, nasty porn star”

      Until she got on TV attacking Trump. THEN you thought she was the paragon of virtue and you sucked up every lie she and her scumbag lawyer said.

      In the end the “dirty, nasty porn star” got taken by your shining hero Avenatti.

      The three of you should get a room.

    124. jason says:

      -jason, let me take this one:

      Translation: That dang speech by Biden, and his ridiculous student-debt-forgiveness shenanigans, has give Republicans more ammunition against the Democrats, which may keep Trump from getting totally embarrassed, so now I am mad, will stomp my feet, and fly my plane up to my tree house!”

      Damm, that was pretty good!

    125. Robbie says:

      NYCmike says:
      Translation: That dang speech by Biden, and his ridiculous student-debt-forgiveness shenanigans, has give Republicans more ammunition against the Democrats, which may keep Trump from getting totally embarrassed, so now I am mad, will stomp my feet, and fly my plane up to my tree house!

      – Mikey, I have a job I earned through years of hard work and it often keeps me away from home five nights a week.

      Not all of us can be given a family job that gives us ample time to post in an Internet forum like you.

    126. jason says:

      I’m sure I’ll post more as we get closer to November, but right now I don’t care to do so.”

      No hurry.

      We already know the script. All the R candidates are terrible and will lose and all the D candidates are exceptional and will win.

      Why don’t you save it for 2024, maybe there will be some people here who haven’t seen it yet.

    127. Phil says:

      Suddenly Robbie doesn’t care anymore.

      Oh brother.

    128. jason says:

      I have said this many times. When it comes to morality I will take Trump over Amoral Scumbag any day.

    129. jason says:

      Phil says:
      September 11, 2022 at 12:54 pm

      Suddenly Robbie doesn’t care anymore”

      All it took was a few polls favorable to Walker.

    130. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 12:52 pm

      We already know the script. All the R candidates are terrible and will lose and all the D candidates are exceptional and will win.

      – Not all the candidates are horrible. In fact, the vast majority are just fine. It’s just a real shame your hero, MAGA daddy, saddled the party with a some very bad candidates in high profile races.

    131. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      September 11, 2022 at 12:54 pm
      Suddenly Robbie doesn’t care anymore.

      Oh brother.

      – Yet another example of “Phil can’t read”.

      Comment 120 – “As for “I don’t care”, I don’t care enough to come here every day right now and debate a bunch of people who think Trump is the greatest living human being alive or that Putin is actually not that bad.”

      I didn’t say I don’t care about the outcome. I just don’t have the desire to come here daily and debate people who think Trump is a deity, who think Putin is good, or who think Baris is an honest person.

    132. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 12:56 pm
      I have said this many times. When it comes to morality I will take Trump over Amoral Scumbag any day.

      – Well, you’re a fraud so that’s the least surprising thing you’ve written.

    133. Phil says:

      Robbie spent multiple posts trashing Walker as one of Trump’s terrible candidates.

      Oops

      Robbie now says never mind. I don’t care anymore. Jason is right. It only took a few polls.

    134. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:07 pm
      Robbie spent multiple posts trashing Walker as one of Trump’s terrible candidates.

      Oops

      Robbie now says never mind. I don’t care anymore. Jason is right. It only took a few polls.

      – Bitter Phil the populist doing his thing.

      Walker is a terrible candidate. Just this morning he went on Maria Bartiromo’s show and talked about the “country” that attacked us on 9/11. But as I’ve written multiple times in this forum over the last few months, bad candidates often win in wave elections.

      Of course, you know I’ve written that, but you’re mad I won’t capitulate to Trump so you just make things up to stay good with everyone else.

    135. jason says:

      and talked about the “country” that attacked us on 9/11.”

      LOL

      You have a problem with that?

      Didn’t we invade Afghanistan right after 9/11?

      If I remember right that was a country. The attack was carried out from Afghanistan and sanctioned by the Taliban government.

      Sorry, I know your standard for “good candidate” is a communist wife abuser like Warnock.

    136. Robbie says:

      Walker, Oz, Vance, and Masters are all terrible candidates. They’ve each made races that should be easy pickups for Republicans into tight ones. Each got the backing of MAGA daddy and it gave them just enough to win close primaries.

      Vance is going to win, but the other three races remain in serious doubt because each of them are bad candidates. To say otherwise is to deny reality, but that’s what this forum specializes in these days.

      Despite the fact each is uniquely weak, each can still win because the national mood is so strongly against the Democrat Party. But even if all four win (I won’t rule that out), that doesn’t change the fact all four are uniquely bad candidates.

      I know this concept is hard for a few in this forum to grasp, but electoral history over the years is filled with bad candidates winning because of the environment. Anyone remember Blake Farenthold?

    137. jason says:

      I didn’t say I don’t care about the outcome.”

      I believe that.

      He is very concerned some Dems might lose.

    138. Phil says:

      That’s the best Robbie can do on Walker at the moment. He’s got to find something.

    139. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:19 pm
      and talked about the “country” that attacked us on 9/11.”

      LOL

      You have a problem with that?

      Didn’t we invade Afghanistan right after 9/11?

      – We invaded Afghanistan because that country chose to harbor Bin Laden rather than turn him over to us. We didn’t invade Afghanistan because they attacked us. Bin Laden and his terror organization attacked us, but you know that.

    140. Phil says:

      BTW, Vance is a great candidate for Ohio. Fits the state like a glove. Terrible candidate my ass. Oh, Robbie means terrible because Ryan can’t beat him.

    141. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:23 pm
      That’s the best Robbie can do on Walker at the moment. He’s got to find something.

      – Walker is a bad candidate. It’s what I’ve been saying for months, but you know that.

    142. jason says:

      Actually, all of them are good candidates, the only problem Amoral Scumbag has with them is that Trump endorsed them.

      Nothing wrong with Vance. Nada. Zilch. A solid candidate.

      And Trump did not choose Walker, his candidate was Collins, he only endorsed Walker after it was obvious Walker was the front runner and would win. He is not a polished guy, and he is not a country club R, but he is head and shoulders better than Warnock in all respects.

      I think Oz was the best of the 3 candidates in the PA race. Given how close it was, I agree Trump put him over the top. Oz is a damm good candidate, winning in PA is a challenge for Rs. The best candidate does not always win.

      Masters was not my candidate, I don’t subscribe to his libertarians ideas, but he is not a bad candidate. He is a really successful guy who would bring a entrepreneurial outlook to the Senate, certainly an improvement over Kelly.

      There is no reason to keep attacking these candidates now just because they were endorsed by Trump, only if you have TDS. If you really want Rs to win, you recognize that whatever you think their failings are, they are certainly better than the Dems.

    143. Tgca says:

      I did not realize the Queen was so chubby. It took 8 men in skirts and go-go boots to carry her coffin.

      https://media.breitbart.com/media/2022/09/GettyImages-1243137768-e1662912071893-640×480.jpg

    144. Phil says:

      Maybe Robbie can enlighten us on who a good GOP candidate would be in Georgia. The two who went down in flames were sure winners.

    145. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:26 pm
      BTW, Vance is a great candidate for Ohio. Fits the state like a glove. Terrible candidate my ass. Oh, Robbie means terrible because Ryan can’t beat him.

      – Just a few weeks ago you were chastising Vance for not campaigning enough and not raising enough money. Those are two signs of a bad candidate. Vance is having to be bailed out by McConnell’s super pac because Vance has done such a poor job of fundraising.

      Vance is going to win and was always going to win, but the reason the race is relatively close in the polling right now is Vance made the mistake of believing his primary message was always a winning general election message.

      A candidate who fits the state like a glove was rob Portman. That’s why he won by 18 points in 2010 and by 21 points in 2016. Vance might win by ten points.

    146. jason says:

      We invaded Afghanistan because that country chose to harbor Bin Laden rather than turn him over to us. ”

      We invaded Afghanistan because the attack was launched from there and their government was complicit.

      You are really grasping at straws and looking for excuses to attack Walker if that is all you can come up with.

      You really are a despicable loser.

    147. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:32 pm
      Maybe Robbie can enlighten us on who a good GOP candidate would be in Georgia.

      – Although I was never a member of his fan club, I think Doug Collins would have been a much better candidate. He was already a proven winner in his House seat, he understood politics, his support of Trump was unquestioned, and his support across the party was broad.

      The problem is Trump endorsed Walker in February/March of 2021 and totally cut the legs out from under any other credible choices. Maybe Walker would’ve beaten Collins in a primary, but at least we could’ve litigated the many weaknesses of Walker then rather than in a general election.

    148. jason says:

      A candidate who fits the state like a glove was rob Portman.”

      Zzzzzz… he isn’t running.

      Neither is “voting fraud is ok with me” Ducey.

      Vance, Masters, Walker and Oz are all good candidates. Are they necessarily the candidates that would have won by the largest margins? Maybe not. So what. It is them or the Dems.

      It’s not about Trump.

    149. Robbie says:

      Jason fraud rewriting the history of who planned and executed the 9/11 attacks in an effort to help Walker is not something I had on my HHR moron bingo card.

    150. jason says:

      I think Doug Collins would have been a much better candidate. ”

      LOL

      What a pathological liar.

      Collins is an Ultra Maga guy that Trump would have endorsed in a nanosecond had he wanted to run.

      AMoral Scumbag always hated Collins as a deadender.

      Now he thinks he is a great candidate despite being Ultra Maga.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    151. Tgca says:

      141

      Like the OJ glove?

    152. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:38 pm
      A candidate who fits the state like a glove was rob Portman.”

      Zzzzzz… he isn’t running.

      Neither is “voting fraud is ok with me” Ducey.

      – No, neither is running. But Phil said Vance fits the state like a glove and I disagree. Vance is much further to the right than previous statewide Senate winners and that’s a reason why he’s, at least in the current polling, struggling with his opponent.

      If we’re going to pick a candidate who fits Ohio like a glove, Portman would be a much better choice since he won his two most recent races by 18 and 21 points. To me, that’s indicative of candidate who fits the state like a glove. Not someone who is struggling with a phony like Tim Ryan.

    153. jason says:

      Jason fraud rewriting the history of who planned and executed the 9/11 attacks”

      Zzzzz….

      Bin Laden planned and executed the 9/11 attacks, but they were launched from Afghanistan where Bin Laden was headquartered and with the support of the Taliban government which allowed him to use their diplomatic and financial network to carry out the attack.

      This is the reason why we invaded Afghanistan and remained there well after Bin Laden had disappeared and even after he was killed.

      The purpose was to prevent state sponsored terrorism. The US was not in Afghanistan 20 years to hunt down Bin Laden.

    154. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:40 pm

      AMoral Scumbag always hated Collins as a deadender.

      – And that’s why I wrote “Although I was never a member of his fan club”. Try improving your reading comprehension.

      Collins never got a chance to even test the waters in the race because MAGA daddy came out and endorsed Walker before we even knew if Walker was interested.

      Collins was smart enough to know there was little chance of beating Walker in Georgia with Trump’s backing. That’s why he quickly demurred.

      I would quibble with Collins being ultra MAGA. Yes, he became an ardent defender of Trump during his first impeachment, but before Trump Collins was a run-of-the-mill House conservative. Before Trump, he’d have been a strong contender to unite the entire party in a Senate primary.

    155. jason says:

      No, neither is running. But Phil said Vance fits the state like a glove and I disagree.”

      Of course you do.

      Trump won Ohio by half a million votes in 2016 and 2020.

      I think he fits Ohio like a glove.

      Do you agree?

    156. Phil says:

      A guy who is going to win 55-45 is a bad candidate in Robbie’s world. All because he got the nod from Trump and because Vance happens to appeal to all those dirty working class voters that Robbie looks down on. I have some news. Ohio is loaded with working class voters and the reason Trump carried it by half a million votes twice – and, incidentally, those demographics are why MCCain and Romney got their rears handed to them there. Vance is perfect. Will win easily despite no money. It won’t matter.

    157. jason says:

      Collins is self proclaimed Trump’s greatest supporter in GA.

      I would called that MAGA.

    158. jason says:

      Portman was a good candidate while OH was transitioning from a purple to a red state.

      I actually think the contrary, I think he is not conservative enough for OH. OH has gotten more conservative during Portman’s tenure in the Senate, so I kind of agree with Phil that Vance is now a better fit.

      Don’t get me wrong, I like Portman and would probably support him in a primary against Vance, but I don’t represent the R party anymore than Amoral Scumbag does.

    159. Phil says:

      Collins. The latest example of a Republican candidate not actually on the ballot that Robbie supports. Put him on the ballot and he immediately becomes a terrible candidate.

      It’s why I’ve said all along that if DeSantis gets the nomination and is actually on the 2024 ballot Robbie will throw him under the bus faster than lightning. Book it.

    160. jason says:

      Yep, Amoral Scumbag always hated Collins for being a deadender AND a Trump supporter.

      Had he won the nomination, Amoral Scumbag would be here whining about “bad candidates”.

    161. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:48 pm

      Trump won Ohio by half a million votes in 2016 and 2020.

      I think he fits Ohio like a glove.

      Do you agree?

      – I guess it depends on how you define “fits like a glove”. If it’s just about winning by more than a squeaker, then yes Trump fits the state well.

      However, I think there are other candidates who are much better fits for Ohio because they have shown they can win by much larger margins. Portman won by 18 and 21 points in a state that wasn’t viewed as a gimmie for Republicans until very recently.

      In my view, Portman and DeWine, as center right Republicans, are much better fits for the state than hardcore populists like Trump and Vance.

      I do think Vance is a better candidate that Josh Mandel. He ran one of the worst primary campaigns I’ve seen. It was night and day compared to his 2012 race.

    162. jason says:

      Heh, King Charles has been transgendered in Kenya.

      https://twitter.com/realesttheorist/status/1568098225273585664

    163. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:54 pm
      A guy who is going to win 55-45 is a bad candidate in Robbie’s world.

      – Yeah. Vance is a bad candidate. He thought all he had to do to win the general election was be the most populist person in the primary and then not do much of anything after that.

      He’s a bad candidate who is going to win. And to be honest, I’m surprised how poorly he’s run his race because I argued strongly for him to run in 2018 instead of Renacci.

    164. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 1:55 pm
      Collins is self proclaimed Trump’s greatest supporter in GA.

      I would called that MAGA.

      – People say all kinds of things on the campaign trail. I’m looking at his track record in the House before Trump.

      Professions of loyalty to Trump became necessary because Trump wanted them.

      I’m not a Doug Collins fan, but I don’t think he’s ultra MAGA in the same way MTG or Gosar are.

    165. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      September 11, 2022 at 2:01 pm
      Collins. The latest example of a Republican candidate not actually on the ballot that Robbie supports.

      – Collins would’ve been a far better general election candidate than Walker. I’m making that judgment based on my view of his ability and track record, not on my fandom of him or anyone else.

      If we hopped in the time machine and I said Castle would’ve been a far better general election candidate than COD, would you have said the same thing?

      If said Sununu would have been an infinitely better general election candidate than nutty Don Bolduc, would you say the same thing?

    166. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 2:04 pm
      Yep, Amoral Scumbag always hated Collins for being a deadender AND a Trump supporter.

      Had he won the nomination, Amoral Scumbag would be here whining about “bad candidates”.

      – As I said and you continue to ignore, I’m not a member of Collins’ fan club. However, he would’ve run a solid campaign, hired a solid campaign staff, and wouldn’t have needed to be kept away from interviewers. Whether I like everything he says, he’s certainly well versed on the issues and I can’t say that about Walker.

      I don’t define a bad candidate as someone I don’t like. For instance, I don’t like Ted Cruz at all, but he has great candidate skills. He went from a little know Senate candidate in 2012 to second place in the 2016 presidential primary. Talent does that.

      On the flip side, I strongly supported Jeb Bush in 2016 and he was an AWFUL candidate. His campaign was a mess and he hired bad people like Tim Miller.

    167. jason says:

      I’m not a Doug Collins fan, but I don’t think he’s ultra MAGA”

      LOL

      Amoral Scumbag is really an amazing slimebag.

      Geezus

    168. jason says:

      I don’t define a bad candidate as someone I don’t like.”

      LOL

      This from someone who only calls people bad candidates if they are endorsed by Trump.

    169. jason says:

      On the flip side, I strongly supported Jeb Bush in 2016 and he was an AWFUL candidate. ”

      BS.

      You thought he was a GREAt candidate, I was the one who said he was an awful candidate.

      GFY, you lying POS.

    170. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag trashed every candidate except for Jeb, and now has the chutzpah to say he thought Jeb was an awful candidate.

      I think this wins Most Dishonest Post for 2022, sorry, nothing is going to beat this.

    171. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag actually said Rubio would not run against such a great candidate as Jeb, who would “clear the field, suck up all the money, and get all the endorsements”.

      So great that 16 other RS ran against him.

      Amoral Scumbag approved of Jeb spending $40 million in ads to attack Rubio, while Trump ate his lunch.

      The person who consistently said Jeb was not going anywhere here was me.

    172. Tina says:

      Meanwhile the gop-e continues to be asleep.

      nce.
      Quote Tweet

      BlazeTV

      @BlazeTV
      ·
      3h
      Chuck Todd: “We’re now as a nation battling a threat from within. Is the threat equal or greater than what we faced after 9/11?”

      VP Kamala Harris: “…there is an oath that we always take which is to defend and uphold our constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic.”

    173. Tina says:

      The new war on terror = MAGA

    174. Tina says:

      And the grifter First Lady makes 9-11 about her. They are beyond disgusting.

    175. jason says:

      The guy who backed Jeb Bush says Dr. Oz is a bad candidate.

      Dr. Oz is running against John Fetterman.

    176. Tgca says:

      This photo reminds me of all the despair the loved ones experienced hoping to find their loved ones after the WTC collapsed.

      I was in NYC a few weeks after 9/11 and down by the WTC. Buildings, storefronts, fences, and light posts were littered with flyers and pictures of loved ones asking if you saw them.

      People also walked around passing out flyers with pics and contact info. People were just walking around crying. I knew at that point there was no hope. You could feel the despair and sadness in the air as it was so thick. You could smell the debri from the destruction.

      I never saw anything so devastating like that on a mass scale. The sadness there was so overwhelming.

      https://edition.cnn.com/interactive/2021/09/us/9-11-photos-cnnphotos/media/images/s_A0AE79177AE22FEDB3174BE4CB5E6C1B34787C78A411A18BEEE28632C821036C_1631128809797_22.jpg

    177. jason says:

      This would never happen in good Philadelphia.

      “yet another example that the depth of depravity and evil that lives among us continues to reach new lows, a man in Chicago tried to buy a 5-year-old girl from her mother on a Chicago street in broad daylight. When the mother refused, the deranged man attempted to snatch the little girl away — by her hair.”

    178. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 2:23 pm

      You thought he was a GREAt candidate, I was the one who said he was an awful candidate.

      GFY, you lying POS.

      – This is stupid even for you.

      I wanted Jeb Bush to run in 2016 because I thought he would be a good candidate, but then he ran and he turned out to be a terrible candidate.

    179. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      September 11, 2022 at 2:28 pm
      Amoral Scumbag actually said Rubio would not run against such a great candidate as Jeb, who would “clear the field, suck up all the money, and get all the endorsements”.

      – The one positive from 2016 is the campaign exposed Marco Rubio as the vapid fraud I knew he was. Now, he’s a shell of himself and, thankfully for the country, he’ll never be president. You’ll always have that Time magazine cover of him that laughably said “Republican Savior”, though.

    180. Phil says:

      Rubio certainly was exposed in my eyes. When he was first elected to the Senate I thought he’d be a future conservative star. Something happens to conservative Republicans once they get into the Senate. They become useless DC swamp creatures. They go from promising to worthless. Very very few exceptions.

    181. jason says:

      Some polls from September 2020.

      Sept 25-27

      Siena PA
      Biden 49 Trump 40

      US SENATE – KANSAS (GBAO Research)
      Barbara Bollier (D) 45%
      Roger Marshall (R) 43%

      PRESIDENT – SOUTH CAROLINA (Quinnipiac)
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 48%
      Joe Biden (D) 47%

      US SENATE – SOUTH CAROLINA (Quinnipiac)
      Jaime Harrison (D) 48%
      Lindsey Graham (R-inc) 48%

      PRESIDENT – WISCONSIN (Change Research)
      Joe Biden (D) 51%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 42%

      US SENATE – NORTH CAROLINA (Change Research)
      Cal Cunningham (D) 48%
      Thom Tillis (R-inc) 43%

      PRESIDENT – FLORIDA (CBS/YouGov)
      Joe Biden (D) 48%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 46%

      US SENATE – IOWA (DMR)
      Theresa Greenfield (D) 45%
      Joni Ernst (R-inc) 42%

      US SENATE – NORTH CAROLINA (RWS)
      Cal Cunningham (D) 49%
      Thom Tillis (R-inc) 38%

      PRESIDENT – FLORIDA (RWS)
      Joe Biden (D) 47%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 44%

      PRESIDENT – ARIZONA (Siena/NYT)
      Joe Biden (D) 49%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 40%

      PRESIDENT – MAINE – CD2 (Quinnipiac)
      Joe Biden (D) 53%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 44%

      US SENATE – MAINE (Quinnipiac)
      Sara Gideon (D) 54%
      Susan Collins (R-inc) 42%

      PRESIDENT – MINNESOTA (ABC/WaPo)
      Joe Biden (D) 57%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 41%

      PRESIDENT – FLORIDA (Monmouth)
      Joe Biden (D) 50%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 45%

      October 31
      PRESIDENT – TEXAS (PPP)
      Joe Biden (D) 50%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 48%

      October 28
      PRESIDENT – WISCONSIN (ABC/WaPo)
      Joe Biden (D) 57%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 40%

      PRESIDENT – NEVADA (BUSR/UNLVLBS)
      Joe Biden (D) 50%
      Donald Trump (R-inc) 41%

      There is more. Agenda polling designed to repress R turnout. Keep that in mind.

    182. jason says:

      I wanted Jeb Bush to run in 2016 because I thought he would be a good candidate, ”

      No, lying scumbag. You supported him until he self destructed after spending $250 million for 4 delegates.

    183. jason says:

      .@katiehobbs
      makes it official: she’s refusing to debate @KariLake

      @AZCCEC
      gave her 7 days to work with Lake and Clean Elections staff on ground rules for a debate. Hobbs still declined. Voters will not get to see Lake and Hobbs face each other on a debate stage.”

      But Lake is the “bad candidate”.

    184. Cash Cow TM says:

      HOW MUCH WILL THE WORLD OCEAN LEVEL RISE IF ALL THE ICE IN GREENLND MELTED?

      Answers: (TAKE YOUR PICK)

      –10 centimeters (phys.org)
      –12 inches (Scientific American)
      –12 inches (The Atlantic)
      –Up to 12 inches (Newsweek)
      –1.6 FEET (Scientific American)
      –somewhere between 6 to 37 inches–avg. being 20 inches
      –17 to 23 feet (NASA.gov)
      –25 feet (National Geographic)
      ***************************************

      “In past 10 years ocean level rose 1 centimeter.”

      “In last 26 years Greenland ice melt has incr3ased ocean levels by 0.4 inches.”

      *******************************************
      WHAT IF ALL ICE MELTS EVERYWHERE?
      OCEAN LEVEL RISES BY:

      take your pick

      –195 feet (NASA.gov)
      –216 feet (NOAA)
      –216 feet (Forbes)
      –230 feet (US Geologial Survey)
      –260 feet (NOAAclimate.gov)

    185. Phil says:

      Baris did an entire hour and a half podcast Friday on agenda polling and what a joke it’s become. Went in to summer polling inflating Democratic numbers 2016, 18, and 20. One example after another from Maris, Morning Consult, Fox (one of the worst) all the three networks, CNN, Quinnipiac….and on and on. Total busts one election poll after another and always skewed in the same direction. Talked about pollsters not picking up Republicans who simply aren’t responding in the numbers the leftist voters do. Lots and lots of what he calls “response bias”.

      He says flat out that the MSM pollsters know what they are doing wrong and deliberately don’t care to correct it because their garbage results are exactly what their MSM sponsors want. They herd closer to reality at the end of the campaign to keep the final results from being a complete embarrassment but most of their polling is pure crap – and they know it.

      He flat out said the polling on states like Ohio, Florida, NC, Iowa is nothing but Democratic propaganda designed to hurt Republican fundraising and turnout. He then ran through a whole list of past polling results in those states that prove his point. Example after example. The samples were BS and the weighting was atrocious.

      He finished up by putting his money where his mouth in predicting flat out Walker, Vance, Lake, Budd all win comfortably. He wasn’t hedging. Said the Pa race will tighten considerably as Fetterman has maxed out with his voters and Oz has room to grow. Said the same thing about the Pa governor’s race and predicted Republicans should actually get that race (surprised me).

      His main point was that the polling industry needs to clean up its act…but won’t. They deliberately don’t want to.

    186. jason says:

      Without the mail in voting rules in PA I would predict both Oz and Mastriano win.

      I think Philadelphia and Allegheny counties are going to come up with a lot of unverified mail in ballots again and there will be nobody to contest them. You can thank Wolf, Shapiro and the PA SC for that.

      It’s sad, really. But a lot of people who should know better are unwilling to admit there is a problem. That includes the R leadership in the PA house and senate.

    187. Gordon Allen says:

      #188. If big tech,the MSM,the Government, and academia are corruptly Democratic,we should expect the polling industry to be on the up and up?
      Why?%

    188. jason says:

      Why would the polling “industry” be any less woke than the rest of corporate America.

      Again, there is no mystery here. Our schools and universities are teaching students to be Marxists for decades now.

      At some point enough of these people will be in enough positions of power made a difference towards their ideology. That point has arrived.

    189. Wes says:

      Mikey–who supported successful attempts by Mike Lee and Ken Cuccinelli to deny voters the chance to choose their political nominees–claims I oppose the primary system because I’m opposed to nominating candidates Schumer backs in GOP primaries such as Pat Morissey in WV.

      Well, Schumer is now spending $6 million to help Don Bolduc win the nomination to face Maggie the Moonbat in NH:

      https://www.google.com/amp/s/freebeacon.com/elections/schumer-super-pac-spends-millions-to-damage-moderate-republican-in-new-hampshire-primary/amp/

      Obviously Mikey will say I still oppose primaries because I believe Granite State Republicans should nominate Chuck Morse over Bolduc, whom Schumer is running ads for.

      Just remember Mikey doesn’t want Schumer to be Senate Majority Leader though.

      Of course not.

    190. jason says:

      Just remember Mikey doesn’t want Schumer to be Senate Majority Leader though.”

      Of course not.

      I wonder how many coffee mugs Schumer has sent him.

      NYC won’t care that Schumer is funding the deadender.

      Send a message!

    191. jason says:

      Did the Eagles lose?

      No I didn’t watch any games but I predict the Broncos are 1-0 and the Eagles are 0-1.

      If I am wrong GFYs.

    192. jason says:

      Lots of good 9/11 documentaries tonight on NG and History Channel.

    193. jason says:

      Looks like Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady are not getting along.

      If they divorce, they are each worth $400 million.

      Lawyers will make a killing.

    194. Bitterlaw says:

      189 I agree with Jason.

    195. jason says:

      Of course Bitter agrees lawyers will make a killing.

      Oh wait, humm… post 189?

    196. Bitterlaw says:

      Why are those poor Russian soldiers being killed in Russia by those Ukrainian soldiers?

      Oh. It’s in Ukraine? What are those non-threatening Russians doing there?

    197. jason says:

      Bitter, if you cut off military aid then the Russians won’t have to be killed and can continue to invade the Ukraine, kill and torture and rape the population, destroy their towns and cities and displace them by the millions.

      I hope you understand now.

    198. jason says:

      But remember, those who want to deny the Ukrainians means to defend themselves don’t really want Putin to win. Just just want Ukraine to lose.

      Just a misunderstanding.

    199. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      There is not doubt that U.S/NATO weaponry such as HIMARS turned tide of the war in favor of the Ukraine. Its why Putin lackeys are trying so hard to stop weaponry and aid going to the Ukraine.

      Wonder what Tucker Carlson will have to say this coming week? Expect he will further point out the evilness and corruption of the Ukrainians, and demand we stop all aid to them now. At least in a moment of candor in the past Carlson was honest enough to admit he was rooting for Putin.

    200. Gordon Allen says:

      DeSantis last night in Washington DC: ” corporatism is not the same as free enterprise; free markets are the best system,but as a means to an end,that being a prosperous and fulfilling society,not as an end in itself ”
      There goes the Republican Establishment

    201. Phil says:

      The Republican establishment was already long gone and has been for a while now.

    202. Cash Cow TM says:

      Cow is sad.

      Cow spent a lot of time researching how much the ocean levels would rise if the ice caps all melted.

      And nobody noticed.

      GFY.

    203. SoHope says:

      The ground is shifting under the feet of Wall Street Republicans. They flirted with left and sided with the woke in many of the culture wars. The right is leaning into working class populism and they are being left with democrats which hate (and want to nationalize) them.

    204. Tgca says:

      197

      Tom Brady is available? Perfect!

      We both live in FL and not that far from one another.

      Time to make my move.

      He’s worth like $400M you said, right?

    205. Tgca says:

      201

      Why were those poor American soldiers being killed in Iraq by those Iraqis during GWB’s term?

      Oh. They were ordered to ILLEGALLY invade Iraq on false pretense. That’s right.

    206. Tgca says:

      202

      Perhaps if we penalize American and European companies, then a million+ displaced Uyghurs would not have to live in Chinese concentration camps in forced labor and thousands slaughtered annually, all in the name of profits for the West too.

    207. Tgca says:

      203

      But remember, those who want to deny China is enslaving a million + Uyghurs in concentration camps with forced labor and murdering thousands don’t really want China to profit from these atrocities. They just want more profits at the expense of the Uyghurs.

      Just a misunderstanding.

    208. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      207. Cow, when are you expecting the ice caps to melt?

      I grew at the beach in California, and used to spend a lot of time on Catalina and the Channel Islands. I have noticed the sea level is now still about the same, and the pictures I took when a youngster show the shoreline, caves and rocks at about the same water level as when I was young.

      Saw a story about Christmas Island recently on You Tube, and older resident pointed out the island has gotten larger in some areas through some sort of geological process.

      The places where land appears to be sinking often are the result of the removal of ground water, dreging, or removal of reefs or outer barriers.

      Remember the sign they put up at a glacier in the West several decades ago saying a glacier would be gone by now because of global warming? The glacier is still there.

    209. Tgca says:

      205. Gordy

      That’s BS! Profits at any cost, including moving US production to countries where slave labor is used so the US companies can remain competitive.

      Why have slavery in America when you can have it in countries you trade with instead?

    210. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      213. “Glacier National Park has reportedly removed and replaced signs that say, “the glaciers will all be gone by the year 2020.”
      Never put a time limit on your doomsday predictions.

      This rookie error has been the undoing of charlatans, cultists and false prophets through the ages, from Martin of Tours, who predicted that the world would end by 400, to Harold Camping, who claimed it would happen on Sept. 6, 1994.

      The latest poor saps to join the oops club are the authorities in charge of Montana’s Glacier National Park. For years they’ve been warning on their visitor signs that their main attraction, the glaciers, would be “gone by 2020.” Instead, it’s those misleading signs that have had to go, because 2020 has now arrived and those pesky glaciers, all 29 of them, remain stubbornly unmelted by climate change.”

    211. jason says:

      The ground is shifting under the feet of Wall Street Republicans. They flirted with left and sided with the woke in many of the culture wars. The right is leaning into working class populism and they are being left with democrats which hate (and want to nationalize) them.”

      Exactly.

    212. Tgca says:

      I once saw a Gilligan’s Island episode where the professor was concerned the island was sinking because water was rising up the measuring stick he used to monitor water depth around the island. Later they found out Gilligan had been moving the stick. The island was not sinking.

      This is the type of science the Dems use to explain global warming.

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

    213. jason says:

      Tgca thinks China’s economy is based on Uyghurs.

      There is no hope for that kind of ignorance.

    214. Tgca says:

      216

      Something we can agree upon.

      Now give me Tom Brady’s number!

      Maybe he’s free for lunch today. I know a great vegan restaurant in Miami Beach.

    215. Tgca says:

      218

      Jadon thinks that US economic and military security is based on Ukraine’s ability to ward off Russia.

      There is no hope for this kind of IGORENTZ!

    216. Tgca says:

      I’m concerned with the Civil War in Ethiopia, it could bring down the American empire just like it will do if Ukraine doesn’t defeat Russia.

      We could end up in WWIII.

      These are scary times I tell ya!

    217. Cash Cow TM says:

      HARPERS Ferry, WV would supposedly be underwater
      If all the ice caps melted.

      IF you believe rhe doomsdayers.

      They never seem to factor in that armor Temps mean more evaporation and more H2O would be in the atmosphere.

      And more rain would be filling currently
      Low reservoirs and water levels under
      the ground would also rise.

    218. Gordon Allen says:

      It’s about time someone on our side had the Moxie to call out Big Business. They’re no longer with us.

    219. Tgca says:

      222

      I live on top of water and all around it and my swimming skills are very minimal so my life is constantly in peril of drowning here in south Floreedah.

      I survived The Great Florida Flood recently when the streets in my complex were flooded with like 8 inches of rain water for hours and our lake overflowed onto the walkways after nearly 2 days of nonstop rain.

      Luckily, I took my dog and we hovered onto the 3rd floor of the townhome so we did not drown as we awaited for the water to recede. It was terrifying to see inches of water 30 feet below knowing anytime it could bring our building down.

      It was quite scary! Now I’m working on my ark in the garage.

    220. Tgca says:

      223

      Eggs Zackly!

      Big business does no longer care about the US or it’s citizens. They care only about the bottom line regardless of how they make their money, including through slave labor or acting as political pawns to censure and attack those it does not agree with.

      I would not be surprised if Silicon Valley would claim to stay neutral if we had to step in and defend Taiwan.

      I’ve NEVER seen the greed as bad in Corporate America as this last decade.

    221. jason says:

      Bernie Sanders could not have said this claptrap any better.

      Big business is bad. Corporate greed.

      Zzzzzzzz….

    222. jason says:

      Imagine what the MSM would say if he was a Republican.

    223. Albertus Magnus says:

      #209

      But I bet Brady is a top, unless that is what you are looking for.

      However, if you are looking for a bottom, I would wager both Jason and Bitter are available, given the faux-verbal wrestling they engage on here all the time.

      Just something for you to ponder.

    224. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      I wish Brandon still posted here so he could tell us what the PID was of this just-released TIPP/IBD Poll. I think it is somewhere between D+13-15.
      Here is the data:
      Biden’s overall approval/disapproval- 46/48
      Approval/Disapproval- Net by Party-
      1) Dem- 76/17—net 59 approval
      2) Rep- 11/86—net 75 disapproval
      3) Ind- 36/57— net 21 disapproval
      The Poll is neither of RV’s or LV’s, but Adults.

      At 44(D),30(R) and 26(I), I arrived at a net 2% disapproval.

    225. Phil says:

      I’ve seen some ridiculously skewed polls in the MSM over the past six years, but that one absolutely takes the cake. That weighting has to be beyond off the wall.

      All you can do is shake your head and chuckle.

    226. jason says:

      Time to make my move.

      He’s worth like $400M you said, right?”

      If Tgca shows up at Brady’s house I can see Brady coming out and saying to his gardener “put that ugly scarecrow over near the south lawn, it might scare the crows away”.

    227. jason says:

      They must have polled “Republicans” like Anna Navarro, Bill Kristol, Liz Cheney, Amoral Scumbag and the Biden Troll to get to 11% approval for Biden.

    228. jason says:

      Speaking of the Biden Troll, did Da Bears win yesterday?

      How did Jay Cutler do?

    229. jason says:

      However, if you are looking for a bottom, I would wager both Jason and Bitter are available, given the faux-verbal wrestling they engage on here all the time.”

      Hmmm… Gisele and I were both born in South America….so we have a lot in common….secret to a good relationship…

    230. Bitterlaw says:

      If Tom Brady and Tgca had dinner, there would be no food involved. Brady is anti-food and may be vegan.

    231. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Here is the Democrats Wisconsin Senate candidate,M. Barnes, scuffling with a reporter:

      https://youtu.be/ndalclf1Dik

    232. Tina says:

      Trumps legal team has hit its brief out of the park,

      The raid is illegal.

      https://twitter.com/ProfMJCleveland/status/1569354747563352070

    233. jason says:

      Gisele is Brazilian and I do speak Portuguese, and I know how to grill meats and cook black beans with rice and cut open coconuts…

      This might work out…

      I would take it up with my wife but I don’t really want to hear her laughing all day.

    234. jason says:

      I am not a lawyer and I don’t know anything about the classification of records.

      But if Trump’s lawyers are right about the points they set out in that brief, seems like a compelling argument.

    235. jason says:

      This is why our future is bleak unless we can reverse the indoctrination of our children.

      “Efforts to delegitimize the Jewish state are now moving from higher education to K-12 public schools. Attempts to falsely label Israel an “apartheid state” and promote similar forms of defamation are being aided and abetted by teachers unions and normalized by mainstream Jewish groups.

      Last year, California became the first state to pass a law mandating that public school students must complete an ethnic studies course before receiving a high school diploma. The Liberated Ethnic Studies Curriculum Consortium, which includes teachers unions, advocated on behalf of the new standards.

      The Wall Street Journal reported that embedded in the Consortium’s materials are references to Israel as a “colonial settler state” founded “through genocide.” Responding to Governor Gavin Newsom’s signing of the legislation, Jewish opponents of the requirement filed a federal lawsuit challenging the new educational guidelines.

      But prominent teachers unions have overwhelmed parental opposition. These organizations include the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) and the National Education Association (NEA).”

    236. Tina says:

      There is a prior court record involving bj and a record in his sock drawer:

      Trump’s attorneys lean heavily on a 2012 ruling by U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson — once derided by Trump for her handling of the criminal trial of Roger Stone. Jackson, an appointee of former President Barack Obama, dismissed a lawsuit trying to force the National Archives to claim ownership of audio recordings retained by former President Bill Clinton of interviews he did with journalist Taylor Branch.

      Jackson ruled presidents have broad discretion to designate records such as the recordings as “personal,” with little, if any, recourse for the government or the public over those decisions, even though the 1978 law requires such personal records to be those without ongoing decision-making value for the Executive Branch.

    237. jason says:

      Mandela Barnes assaulted a reporter.

      Let’s see if all the Dems that were outraged when Montana’s (now governor) Gianforte body slammed a reporter have the same outrage now.

    238. Wes says:

      A Democrat literally stabbed a reporter to death in public for covering corruption in the Dem’s office. While in jail pending trial, the Dem will continue to collect his $130k/year salary. On top of that, some woman asked if Trump should be condemned for the stabbing.

      Yes, I’m sure Trump was relevant to this particular murder. :: facepalm::

      https://jimtreacher.substack.com/p/nevada-dem-arrested-for-murder-is

    239. Robbie says:

      Matthew Gertz
      @MattGertz
      Tucker Carlson’s top Russia-Ukraine war expert Douglas MacGregor, on Friday night: “This entire war may be over” soon, “right now things are going very, very badly” for the Ukrainians and they’re “desperate,” “they’re losing once again just south of Kharkiv.”

      – On Friday as Ukraine launched a large counter-offensive that has reclaimed more than 1000 square miles of territory and pushed Russians in some places back behind their border, Putin fanboy Tucker Carlson had on Putin sycophant Doug MacGregor to say the war was going very badly for Ukraine and would probably be over for them soon.

      I know this will trigger Mikey since he loves him some Tucker, but what a disgrace FoxNews allows a Putin propagandist like MacGregor on its airwaves to lie and lie and lie. Of course, Tucker isn’t much better.

    240. Robbie says:

      Also, it should be noted MAGA daddy wanted to make Putin sycophant Doug MacGregor the ambassador to Germany. Thankfully, the Senate never bothered with that idiotic nomination.

    241. Robbie says:

      Josh Kraushaar
      @JoshKraushaar
      Candidates matter: Vance down 1 in Ohio, DeWine up 15 in Suffolk poll.

      – Fits like a glove.

    242. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      245. Recently, Tucker Carlson had a clown named Jackson Hinkle on his show to denounce the Ukrainians as evil and corrupt.

      Hinkle styles himself a “Marxist-Leninist” and has visions of uniting Marxists and MAGA supporters. Here are some of his tweets:

      “@jacksonhinklle
      The only people who have a problem with the idea of uniting Marxists & MAGA to overcome the deep state are liberals & the deep state.”

      “@jacksonhinklle
      If you think it’s asinine to unite Marxists & MAGA to defeat the elite, you’ve clearly never participated in successful labor struggles.
      A marxist-leninist anti-imperialist patriot no less.”

      Obviously he is sort of a nutjob. His website features Putin videos and he shills for Putin. His explaination for the recent Ukrainian victories in the Kharkiv region was that Putin was actually doing a planned withdraw of his forces.

      Yet Carlson listened intently to his comments that trashed the Ukraine, and appeared to agree with him and provide him credibility. Putin fanboy Carlson apparently has no scrupples about who he brings on his show, as long as they dutifully denounce the Ukraine and praise Putin.

    243. jason says:

      Tucker Carlson should move to Moscow. I am sure he would be a hero there and get even more air time than he gets here.

    244. jason says:

      Ssssshhhh NYT… don’t let the cat out of the bag.

      “That warning sign is flashing again: Democratic Senate candidates are outrunning expectations in the same places where the polls overestimated Mr. Biden in 2020 and Mrs. Clinton in 2016.

    245. jason says:

      Josh Kraushaar
      @JoshKraushaar
      Candidates matter: Vance down 1 in Ohio, DeWine up 15 in Suffolk poll.

      – Fits like a glove.”

      Zzzzzzz……I love it how Never Trumpers love to kiss each other’s ass.

      DeWine is a popular incumbent governor who is a former Ohio congressman, US Senator, Lt Governor, and Attorney General. Probably the best known politician in Ohio by far.

      So he would be outpolling ANY Republican, not only a newcomer like Vance.

      Note that the day a WI candidate for the Senate assaults a reporter, Amoral Scumbag is here to trash Vance.

      Why? Well, what else, Mandela Barnes is not on the R ballot.

    246. jason says:

      Looks like Tucker Carlson is so invested in supporting Putin that he is now “Putin or bust”.

      Really sad.

      Hannity, on the other hand, is very supportive of Ukraine.

      I wonder if they ever talk to each other.

    247. jason says:

      Putin fanboy Carlson apparently has no scrupples about who he brings on his show, as long as they dutifully denounce the Ukraine and praise Putin.”

      You could have stopped after “scruples”…

    248. jason says:

      Dem Clark County Administrator who stabbed to death a reporter who wrote articles about him death gets to keep his job and full pay.

      “So, in the most important County in this race, a colleague of Cortez-Masto looks like he murdered a veteran reporter for exposing his corruption. He is then arrested for the murder, but NV decided he gets to keep his job and collect full pay while this works it’s way through the courts.

      The status will likely be the same through the election.

      This is terrible for Cortez-Masto as it will keep Dem corruption on the front pages till the election”

    249. jason says:

      Stelter, fired from CNN, gets a gig at Harvard to discuss “threats to Democracy”.

      “The Walter Shorenstein Media and Democracy Fellowship brings high-profile figures at the forefront of media, politics, and public policy to Harvard’s Kennedy School to work with students, faculty, scholars and the public on important issues of the moment. As the Walter Shorenstein Fellow, Stelter will convene a series of discussions about threats to democracy and the range of potential responses from the news media. These discussions with media leaders, policy makers, politicians, and Kennedy School students, fellows, and faculty will help deepen public and scholarly understanding about the current state of the information ecosystem and its impacts on democratic governance.”

    250. Phil says:

      Suffolk Poll, Robbie? Really?

      The same polling outfit that had Ohio tied 45-45 Trump and Clinton in 2016? Only missed that one by half a million votes. The same poll whose final poll in 2018 had DeWine losing by 6? DeWine won by over 4. Only a ten point miss. No wonder they pulled out of Ohio in 2020. Oh, but they’re baaaaack!

      …and right on cue here comes Robbie to trumpet another one of his gospel MSM polls. They keep blowing races and Robbie keeps right on riding with them.

      When are you going to learn, man?

    251. Tina says:

      I could not have seen this coming.

      Brad Heath

      @bradheath
      ·
      1h
      The DOJ Inspector General is laying out quite the cornucopia of misconduct by federal prosecutors today: One sexually assaulted a person on a date, another drove drunk and kicked the officer’s car, yet another became drunk with foreign government officials. None was prosecuted.

    252. jason says:

      Suffolk Poll, Robbie? Really?”

      The poor bastard is just desperate for some bad news for Rs or good news for Ds.

    253. Tina says:

      Robert C. Cahaly
      @RobertCahaly
      ·
      2m
      New #GenericBallot
      @trafalgar_group
      #Poll (9/7-9) shows slight increase for #GOP—6% lead:

      47.9% #GOP
      42.2% #Dem
      9.9% Und

      See Report: https://thetrafalgargroup.org/news/nat-issues-generic-ballot-0912/

    254. jason says:

      Well, yeah..

      Tulsi Gabbard ?
      @TulsiGabbard
      ·
      Our president should be uniting our country. Instead, Biden is dividing us by demonizing tens of millions of Americans who voted against him or oppose his policies, and working with Big Tech and weaponizing our DOJ/security apparatus to undermine our freedoms.”

    255. JeffP says:

      The last war worth losing American blood over was WW 2. That’s only if your intellectually honest. Yes Vietnam had a lifelong impact on my perspective.

    256. Phil says:

      Tulsi one of the very few honest Democrats out there. Trying to think of another. It’s hard. Jonathan Turley is another. Democrats March in lock step towards authoritarianism.

    257. jason says:

      I am intellectually dishonest then, I think that is a crock of crap.

    258. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #259- jason
      Also, with respect to the Suffolk Ohio Poll, a quick fisk would identify that the poll falls short on two key demographics in comparison to the 2020 CNN Ohio Exit Poll. To wit: the Suffolk Poll is R+4. In 2020, it was 39/31 R. In 2020, Whites comprised 82% of the vote. Suffolk has it at 78%.

    259. Wes says:

      It’s just too bad Tulsi’s vegan.

      Oh, well. Maybe now that she realizes Dems are the party of evil, she’ll start eating real food rather than rabbit food.

    260. jason says:

      Alan Dershowitz is fair minded.

      But you are right, 99.9% of Dems in elected office or in the media believe the ends justify the means, and that it is ok to have different standards for judging people and events if it is for the cause.

    261. Tina says:

      I think tulsi like tucker are pro pooty poot

      Pooty poot was responsible for the gasoline price increase.

      It’s pawn hannity or bust.

    262. Tgca says:

      236

      Tom Brady is a VEGAN?

      Hmmm…that could be a deal breaker. I’m not a fan of vegans. Usually mental illness or extreme drama is associated with vegans.

      I’m gonna have to take time and weigh this out…

      Vegan or boyfriend worth $400M

      Vegan or boyfriend worth $400M

      Ok. I’ll give him a pass on being a vegan for now.

    263. Tgca says:

      271

      Ok. My future VERY RICH boyfriend appears not to be a vegan. He eats eggs, as I do routinely.

      So we’re good!

      I’ll let you know how our 1st date goes.

    264. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Biden should have used the phrase,”pre-planned regrouping”, when he cut and ran from Afghanistan:

      “The Russian defence ministry dismissed rumours that Russian troops fled in disgrace from Balakliya, Kupiansk and Izyum,” claimed the latest edition of the government paper, Rossiyskaya Gazeta. “They didn’t flee. This was a pre-planned regrouping.””

    265. Gordon Allen says:

      #266.
      College polls aren’t worth the paper used to print them,as are MSM paid for polls. If the GOP is up 6 in generic polls nationally ( which include NY,California ,Illinois etc we’re not 1 behind in Ohio.
      Just junk.

    266. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Tucker Carlson and Douglas MacGregor made total fools of themselves last Friday. Carlson all but called on the Ukraine to surrender (“settle”). MacGregor comes across as a total idiot:

      “@MattGertz
      Tucker Carlson’s top Russia-Ukraine war expert Douglas MacGregor, on Friday night: “This entire war may be over” soon, “right now things are going very, very badly” for the Ukrainians and they’re “desperate,” “they’re losing once again just south of Kharkiv.””

    267. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      275. Perhaps Tucker Carlson should focus on putting together the Marxist-Leninist/MAGA alliance his guest Jackson Hinkle advocates. His shilling for Putin is not going well.

    268. jason says:

      WAPO throws Fetterman under the bus.

      Amoral Scumbag hardest hit.

      “Mr. Fetterman is asking voters for a six-year contract without giving them enough information to make sound judgments about whether he’s up for such a demanding job. We have called for full disclosure of health records from candidates for federal office in both parties, including Donald Trump and Joe Biden, and we believe Mr. Fetterman should release his medical records for independent review.”

    269. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Here is another quote from Douglas MacGregor, which didn’t age well:

      “The hard truth is the introduction of new weapon systems won’t change the strategic outcome in Ukraine. Even if NATO’s European members, together with Washington, D.C., provided Ukrainian troops with a new avalanche of weapons, and it arrived at the front instead of disappearing into the black hole of Ukrainian corruption, the training and tactical leadership required to conduct complex offensive operations does not exist inside Ukraine’s 700,000-man army.”

    270. jason says:

      My diet is 100% plant based.

      I only eat meat from animals raised on plants, I don’t eat carnivores.

    271. Phil says:

      Yeah, saw that Washington Post editorial on Fetterman.

      Didn’t see that one coming.

      Hmmm. The Washington Post. One of the constant mouth pieces of the Democratic Party. Wonder if this is a precursor to pushing this guy out should his numbers collapse prior to the election as he gets more and more exposure on the campaign trail. And I could see his numbers really sliding….but then I could be wrong. After all, it IS Pennsylvania.

    272. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Elon Musk = War Hero:

      “The second crucial move came with US tech billionaire Elon Musk’s donation of access to his Starlink satellite-based broadband system, effectively insulating both the public and Ukrainian military from a Russian assault on telecommunications.

      Musk and donors sent in some 20,000 ground terminals with small dish antennas that allowed everyday transmissions as well as helping fighters with targeting data. That stymied a key goal of the Russian attackers.

      “Elon Musk is genuinely a hero here,” said Schmidt. “This allowed the strategy of shutting down the internet by the opposition to fail.”

    273. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      U.S. and European tech firms played a big role in helping the Ukrainians — Putin fought a 20th century war, against Ukraine & NATO fighting a 21st century war.

      “Ukraine has been a very effective proving ground for the use of contemporary information technology in war, from satellite dishes to smartphone apps, Eric Schmidt, the former Google chief executive, said Monday.

      Schmidt, now a US government consultant on artificial intelligence, told reporters after a 36-hour visit to the country that the civilian tech sector has been crucial to Kyiv’s defense.

      The proof came the day after Russian troops invaded on February 24.

      After a long stall, Ukraine’s legislature came together to agree on a crucial step to protect all the government’s data from Russian hackers and strikes.

      “In one day, they had a meeting of the parliament and changed that law… they moved all their data from government servers in Kyiv to the cloud,” Schmidt said.”

    274. Gordon Allen says:

      James Freeman in WSJ article on even the NY Times being worried about favorable Democrat polling.
      We’re not alone.

    275. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #283- GA & Others;
      On topic. If you have 10 minutes, I advise you to scour the just-released Harvard CAPS–HarrisX Poll linked below. I was cheering the whole time. Page 29 is unbelievable.(Robbie will cry!)

      https://harvardharrispoll.com/key-results-september/

    276. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      The DOW slides over 400 points on inflation report, which ran HOTTER than expected.
      The annualized inflation rate thru August,2022 is 8.3%. I and many others here will get a “raise” for about this percentage come January of next year in our Social Security Benefits.

    277. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Generic Congressional Ballot:

      Republicans 48% (+6)
      Democrats 42%

      Biden Job Approval:
      Approve 39%
      Disapprove 55%

      @trafalgar_group
      1,081 LV, 9/7-9
      https://thetrafalgargroup.org/wp-content/upl

    278. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      286. Biden Job Approval

      Approval by Party

      73.4% #Dem
      9.8% #GOP
      35.5% #Inds

      See report: https://thetrafalgargroup.org/news/nat-issues-biden-approval-0912/

    279. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Nostalgia for the past:

      “I would love a mean tweet and $1.79 cent gas now”

    280. Gordon Allen says:

      Steeple.
      Me too. Spending it for Xmas ahead of time…not.

    281. Tina says:

      Yikes, 8.3% cpi.

      How will Putzakis replacement spin this?

    282. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      A word to the wise:

      “Your future doctor is now cheating on his online medical exams, so you better start eating healthy.”

    283. Tina says:

      Look for the Russian hoaxer ro be here given that bad piece of economic news. Fed will definitely need to raise aggressively next week.

      I believe the misery index is now 12%, or close to it.

    284. jason says:

      Interesting, the DOJ agrees to Trump’s choice for Special Master. I hope this is not one of Trump’s bad “appointments”.

      A lot of theories come to mind. It could be that the DOJ thinks the FL judge was not going to appoint one of its choices and decided to “endorse” the Trump pick they thought would do them least damage. My other theories are less favorable to Trump.

      “Dearie, 78, still serves as a judge in Brooklyn federal court, albeit on senior status, which means he can take a reduced caseload if he chooses. He was the U.S Attorney in Brooklyn in the 1980s — a time when the office’s workload was dominated by the pursuit of mobsters, gang leaders, and financial fraudsters. Dearie was nominated to the federal bench by President Ronald Reagan and became one of the most highly-regarded jurists in the Eastern District of New York. He previously served on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, which oversees sensitive national security cases.”

    285. Tina says:

      Increases in shelter (rent); food, and medical indexes were the largest of many contributors to that cpi number,

      Food inflation is a biggie. It is really bad.

      And natural gas will be a problem in October.

    286. Phil says:

      How will they spin this?

      Inflation “dropped” from 8.5 to 8.3.

      Total spin but they’ll try.

    287. jason says:

      Psaki “circles back” to NBC.

    288. jason says:

      Our educational system.

      TX high school teacher.

      “Stop calling them that. You’re not allowed to label people like that. Stop it… We’re not gonna call them that. … We’re gonna call them MAPs — Minor-Attracted Persons. So don’t judge people just because they wanna have sex with a five-year-old.”

    289. jason says:

      LOL

      “Mandela Barnes, the Wisconsin Democratic Senate candidate, blamed a “packed schedule” for his decision to skip President Joe Biden’s appearance in Milwaukee on Monday—after fleeing from a reporter who questioned him about his absence.”

    290. Bitterlaw says:

      One theory on the Special Master-

      DOJ had a choice between pushing for their Special Master and Trump’s. By agreeing to Trump’s choice, there is now increased pressure on the Special Master to not favor Trump in order to confirm they are impartial. Close calls could go to DOJ and Trump’s complaints about it would be undercut by the fact it was his choice.

    291. jason says:

      Yeah, I said the other theories were not favorable to Trump.

      Turley said he didn’t even think the DOJ picks were that bad for Trump, he called them “fair”. Not sure I agree because one of them pretty much screwed the Project Veritas people.

      The other Trump pick seemed very “Trumpy” so I still think my theory that the DOJ wanted to cut him off at the pass (it would be hard for the FL judge to pick him now after the DOJ agreed to the other Trump pick) is better than your theory that the DOJ is trying to get brownie points with the Special Master.

      Another theory is that Trump’s pick already told the DOJ “don’t worry about me”. Another is that they think they win no matter what, or lose no matter what once the Special Master looks at the evidence.

    292. jason says:

      I agree with Bitter that if the Special Master is one of his picks, it will be harder for him to contest his actions.

    293. Bitterlaw says:

      It is interesting that there are still Judges appointed by Reagan on the bench. More proof that Federal Judge is probably the best job for a lawyer. You won’t get rich but you will be comfortable and live a very long time. Unless you die early.

    294. Phil says:

      Trump will be indicted. Won’t happen before the midterms. As much as the Biden Administration hates Trump and the half the country that voted for him, they recognize an indictment just before the midterms just looks blatantly political. A bridge too far electorally timing wise…..would result in massive turnout of non-establishment Trump voters that Democrats want to stay home on election day.

      Sometime after the midterms, probably around the first of the year look for the DOJ to move to indict. It will be some bullsh*t obstruction of justice, mishandling of documents or some crap charge related to January 6th. It will be flimsy, but the MSM will go all in to make it into another Russiagate. They’ll pound on it 24/7. It will be nonstop.

      Here’s the thing though. Once indicted there will be a trial. Where? In DC. With that jury pool Trump will be convicted. We’ve seen over and over how jury trials go in DC. Jailtime? Probably. Trump leads all the polls vs Biden, Harris, Newsome or any current talked about Democratic potentials. They can’t allow him to run and they know he can’t run from inside a jail cell.

      Banana Republic and the left doesn’t care. Ends always justifies the means with the progressive left. We’ve seen it over and over and over…

    295. jason says:

      Not sure the DOJ will try to indict Trump if they lose the November elections in a big way, because having Trump as the main issue the last 2 years of Biden’s term is probably not in the Dems best interest.

      However, if the Dems manage to keep the House and Senate, they might figure they have enough public support to pursue charges against Trump.

    296. Phil says:

      I mean, what do you think all this sudden rash of seizing phones and subpoenas of Trump insiders and supporters is all about?

      The Biden Justice Department is hellbent on putting their chief rival is jail. Should be obvious to all by now.

    297. Phil says:

      I think they indict either way. One thing they don’t have to worry about is any static from the Republican establishment in DC. There won’t be a peep.

    298. jason says:

      In AZ, Kari Lake will be “debating” by herself for 30 minutes since Hobbs refused to show up.

      She can probably lock up up the election if she does well.

      However, the moderator is going to try to shaft her, so she better be prepared for some horrendous questions.

    299. Cash Cow TM says:

      Several things.

      1. Day 201 of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
      Kick the Rooshans’ ass, Ukraine.

      2. on the cash return envelopes in the drive thru, my bank has big words stamped on the envelope:
      “GOD BLESS AMERICA’.
      Waiting for the first person to be triggered and complain.

      3. First monkeypox death reported in America.

      I really don’t care.
      Sue me.

    300. jason says:

      Ukrainians claim to have taken back 6,000 square km of their own territory. They credit the weapons they received to make this possible. Long range artillery, Javelins and drones have wreaked havoc on the Russians and Stingers and other air defense systems have prevented the Russians from close air support.

      Putin Appeaser, toadies, sycophants and lapdog to claim military aid to Ukraine not needed because it is preventing Putin from winning.

    301. Bitterlaw says:

      Ukrainian territory? But I read somewhere that Russia only wants the territory that it rightfully claims.

    302. Tina says:

      That Reagan judge was the one who signed the Carter page surveillance warrant, which was illegal.

    303. Phil says:

      Adjusted for inflation wages down 2.7% since this time last year.

      ….and then there is this…the typical American household is spending an average of $460 a month more each month to buy the same goods and services they bought one year ago.

      But the MSM is telling us the electorate is concerned about abortion. Sure thing.

    304. Phil says:

      Baris is in the field in Wisconsin beginning this week so we will get some evidence on where Ron Johnson actually stands. Polling the governor’s race there as well.

    305. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – Lazy slackers. They should have bought twice as much a year ago. Of course, not everybody survives on a diet of soda, cookies and chips so it is not as easy for others.

    306. jason says:

      That Reagan judge was the one who signed the Carter page surveillance warrant, which was illegal.”‘

      Based on fake information, so I give him a pass.

    307. Phil says:

      The CPI report wasn’t good. The numbers were worse across the board than what was forecast in every category. Gas prices were the only bright spot and those were expected. A problem for Democrats is that there is only one inflation report left before the election…released early in October. They are running out of inflation reports to show improvement before the election. The report in November is released November 10th – two days AFTER the November election so no potential to help them.

      Regardless of the October report not enough time to change perceptions on inflation. Abortion ain’t going to do it for Democrats.

    308. Phil says:

      I don’t think it will happen but if the RR workers do actually go on strike Friday the Democrats are toast. It will kill what’s left of the economy. The strike could actually happen, however.

    309. jason says:

      Ukrainian territory? But I read somewhere that Russia only wants the territory that it rightfully claims.”

      Absolutely. That only includes all of the former Soviet Union plus the Iron Curtain countries including East Germany, plus Finland and Sweden.

      Putin Appeasers are certain he will be happy with that, and will be willing to forego the rest of Europe provided it disarms and swears allegiance to Greater Russia.

    310. jason says:

      The Peace in our Time crowd thinks this is the best that can be hoped for to avoid conflict.

    311. Bitterlaw says:

      315. Tina has a longer Naughty List than Santa. Only Trump makes the Nice List.

    312. Tina says:

      The electorate is concerned about Trump.

      -Russian Hoaxer

    313. DW says:

      Apparently Fetterman announced himself as Fetterwoman.

      Not Babylon Bee!

    314. Tina says:

      Quote Tweet

      The Dirty Truth (Josh)
      @AKA_RealDirty
      ·
      2h
      .@mrddmia: Last week Bill Barr was the Democrats darling when he was going around trashing Trump trying to sell his book. Now the senate judiciary committee is opening an investigation into him for firing The US attorney in Manhattan that let BLM destroy New York .

    315. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      ·
      2h
      INFLATION

      Dec ’20: 1.4% (Trump’s last full month in office)
      Feb ’21: 1.7%
      Apr ’21: 4.2%
      June ’21: 5.4%
      Aug ’21: 5.3%
      Oct ’21: 6.2%
      Dec ’21: 7.0%
      Feb ’22 : 7.9% (Putin invades Ukraine)
      Apr ’22: 8.3%
      May ’22: 8.6%
      June ’22: 9.1%
      July ’22: 8.5%
      TODAY: 8.3%

    316. Tina says:

      The Federalist

      @FDRLST
      ·
      6h
      Heritage Action Steps Up In Arizona Senate Race After McConnell Pulls $8 Million From Masters
      https://thefederalist.com/2022/09/13/heritage-action-steps-up-in-arizona-senate-race-after-mcconnell-pulls-8-million-from-masters/

    317. Phil says:

      Yeah, but McConnell said he’d show up for a Master’s fundraiser this month. oo ah. Thanks, Mitch. Big of you. I think we’d rather have the eight million you jerked out of Arizona. What a worthless POS.

    318. Bitterlaw says:

      Let’s try a different discussion. Many posters do not see a threat from Russia based on the performance of its military in Ukraine. They do not believe Russia can restore its borders to the time of the Soviet Union. But if Russia could do that, would it be a threat to the US?

    319. Tina says:

      Karine Jean-Pierre After Inflation Rises in August: “Today’s CPI Data Show More Progress in Bringing Global Inflation Down Here at Home”

    320. Wes says:

      Another year, another election when Connecticut Republicans will bend over and grab the ankles:

      https://www.wtnh.com/news/yleh/lamont-leads-stefanowski-by-more-than-10-points-in-news-8-the-hill-emerson-college-poll/

    321. Gordon Allen says:

      #328. If Russia were able( its not) to restore the borders of the Soviet Union that would mean a victory over NATO, as the Baltic States were part of the USSR, and also now of NATO. One cannot exist without the other.
      Many,including me,believe Putins Russia is manifestly in able of that

    322. Phil says:

      Karine Jean-Pierre is a piece of work. Progress on inflation? Yeah, sure, Karine. Seems the stock market today didn’t quite agree on your definition of “progress”.

      The Biden administration really believes we are all morons.

    323. Phil says:

      Nobody believes Russia has anything like that capability, Gordon. Even the Ukraine fanatics on here don’t believe that (if they ever really did) after watching the Russian military in action. Even if they did buy into those Russian capabilities they couldn’t sell it to anyone who has paid any attention.

    324. Phil says:

      Biden trying to crow this morning over the inflation report. Really was pathetic. Looks even more pathetic after the market meltdown today. Just eats into any credibility he had left.

    325. jason says:

      There is a glitch as he says it…hmmm..

      In any case, they are going to need some really creative surgery to transgender him…her…it

    326. Bitterlaw says:

      Irony Meter explodes as Phil chides people for not paying attention when he ignores the fact that the entire war is being fought in Ukraine and all civilian dead are Ukrainians.

    327. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      It appears to me that Nate Silver and his 538 website have been destroyed by their own petard aka THE ALGORITHM which is based almost entirely on polls and Silver’s Special Source.
      So today, a polling company called Echelon Insights posted a bevy of polls that, in many instances, are absurd. As examples, Grassley(R-IA) +4, but Fetterman(D-PA) +21 and Warnock(D-GA) +10.
      538 posted all these polls and THE ALGORITHN had a psychotic break.
      It moved the chances of a Democrat Senate to 71%, two clicks below a Republican House of 73%. Ridiculous.

      The folks at predictit.com are laughing at it.

      https://fivethirtyeight.com/

    328. jason says:

      rony Meter explodes as Phil chides people for not paying attention when he ignores the fact that the entire war is being fought in Ukraine and all civilian dead are Ukrainians.”

      Nobody died, was tortured, lost their homes, were raped, or were exiled at Phil’s Texas bunker.

      So it is all good, Hail Putin!

    329. Phil says:

      I just got back from the grocery store, bitter, where a 2 liter coke went from $1.99 to $2.99. A loaf of bread was five bucks, and my almond milk went from 3.25 to 3.99 a half gallon. That’s all since I last went ten days ago. The border is wide open, crime is up everywhere, Biden is our leader, and to top it off A&M has QB problems. Ukraine is way down my list.

    330. jason says:

      “Azerbaijani forces shelled Armenia’s territory Tuesday and killed at least 49 Armenian soldiers, Armenia’s prime minister said, a large-scale attack that fueled fears of broader hostilities breaking out between the longtime adversaries.

      The hostilities erupted minutes after midnight, with Azerbaijani forces unleashing an artillery barrage and drone attacks in many sections of Armenian territory, according to the Armenian Defense Ministry.”

      I think we should send troops immediately to defend the Armenians.

    331. Tina says:

      And Goober Graham is not even discussing this,Phil.

      He mentioned trump and pardoning J6ers and it’s not a good idea.

      The gop-e just suck.

    332. Tina says:

      But Biden gave his beat back inflation speech.

      Zeke Miller

      @ZekeJMiller
      ·
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      NEW YORK (AP) — Wall Street has worst day since June 2020 as inflation reading is hotter than expected; Dow drops more than 1,250 points.

    333. DW says:

      I propose that from this day forward, for however long Fetterwoman is in politics that everyone at HHR honor his request, and only use the name Fetterwoman to reference this person.

    334. Phil says:

      Fetterman +21? LOL. Well, it’s Pennsylvania so who knows.

    335. Phil says:

      I thought it was a wonderful speech, Tina. Hehe

    336. jason says:

      Wokiness is not the reason I no longer watch the NFL. In the old days I would have committed suicide over this.

      Evidently Denver had a 4th and 5 with 14 seconds to go and 3 time outs on MNF.

      Instead of letting Russell Wilson (I only found out he was the new QB today) get a first down the coach went for a virtually impossible 64 yd FG. No, not in mile high Denver, but at sea level Seattle.

      4th and 5 is a low percentage play, but it happens often, especially with Russell Wilson. But a 64 yd FG would have been the second longest in history.

      The Denver coach, sorry, don’t know his name, must have attended the Andy Reid School of Asinine Calls and graduated with honors.

    337. jason says:

      NEW: Manchin is enlisting the help of energy company CEO’s to marshal GOP support for his permitting package, privately expressing concern it might not get enough Republicans.”

      I am OK with the GOP saving Manchin’s ass because we want the permitting deal to go forward.

      And maybe in the future he will remembered who screwed him.

    338. Wobbles says:

      I love Fetterwoman.

      He/she is running against a bad candidate.

    339. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      RIP to the Judge!

      Ken Starr dies from complications of surgery

    340. DW says:

      Apparently, Fetterwoman thinks this name change is such a hit, he is selling Fetterwoman T-Shirts on the Fetterwoman campaign site.

      You cannot make this stuff up.

    341. DW says:

      In latest gaffe, Biden calls our country “United States Kamara” instead of “United States of America”

    342. Gordon Allen says:

      Fetterman plus 21.
      Polling has become a farce. That6 like in an alternative universe Goldwater being plus 8 over LBJ in 1964.
      Such contempt they have for the people.

    343. Phil says:

      Contempt? Yeah, but what grabs me is how stupid they think we are.

    344. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      342. “I think we should send troops immediately to defend the Armenians.”

      The Armenians are Russian allies. There are already Russian troops there as “peacekeepers”. Turkey, our NATO ally, supports Azerbaijan, who by the way is not friendly to Iran, and has agreed to send more natural gas to Europe.

    345. jason says:

      Ma, that Armenian bait sucks.

      Only one nibble…..

    346. Country Dick Montana says:

      A little understanding of Armenian history may give you an understanding why they may not be so thrilled with Turkey or Azerbaijan, and why they might be friendly to Russia.

    347. jason says:

      U.S. Department of Agriculture data show that Chinese ownership of U.S. farmland leapt more than 20-fold in a decade, from $81 million in 2010 to $1.8 billion in 2020. Beijing hasn’t outlined a strategy, but large-scale state backing for these investments indicates there is one. In 2013 the government-owned Bank of China loaned $4 billion to Hong Kong-headquartered WH Group, the world’s largest pork producer, to buy Virginia’s Smithfield Foods. WH now controls much of the U.S. pork supply and revenue because of the deal.”

      I don’t really care if the Chinese own American farmland. And $1.8 billion in farmland is really not that much. Only 3% of American farmland is owned by foreigners, and Canadians are the largest landowners in the US, followed by the Netherlands, Italy and Germany. China owns about 0.05% of US farmland.

      But I am worried if they control all the bacon. If there is a war, can I still get bacon?

    348. NYCmike says:

      “Evidently Denver had a 4th and 5 with 14 seconds to go and 3 time outs on MNF.”

      -JASON,

      It was even worse than that!

      Pretty sure it was like 44 seconds, and they let 30 seconds run off the clock.

      https://sports.yahoo.com/peyton-eli-watching-controversial-broncos-175816308.html

      All 3 guys, totally disgusted.

    349. NYCmike says:

      “I am OK with the GOP saving Manchin’s ass because we want the permitting deal to go forward.”

      -Heard that Republicans had their own permitting legislation ready to go.

      Have Manchin be the lead person on that, let him go public with McConnell and the Republican caucus, and make Schumer refuse to put it up for debate.

      Please NO NOT save his ass by passing Democratic legislation. I would counsel against that at this time (2 months before Election Day).

    350. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Wes and SoHope:
      A new East Carolina University Senate Poll shows Ted Budd(R) +3.

      https://surveyresearch-ecu.reportablenews.com/pr/ecu-poll-shows-budd-with-narrow-lead-over-beasley

    351. Tina says:

      activePolls
      @IAPolls2022
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      ? NEVADA POLL By Emerson

      SEN
      (R) Adam Laxalt 42% (+1)
      (D) Catherine Cortez Masto 41%

      GOV
      (R) Joe Lombardo 40% (=)
      (D) Steve Sisolak 40%

      GEN BALLOT
      Republicans 46% (+3)
      Democrats 43%

      PRES
      (R) Donald Trump 43% (+3)
      (D) Joe Biden 40%

      1,000 LV | 08/08-10
      https://emersoncollegepolling.com/nevada-2022-u

    352. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Comrades, kindly shut-up or else.

      “Pro-Kremlin Telegram channels must be “very careful” when criticizing the Russian Defense Ministry, Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters at a news briefing on Tuesday.

      Peskov was responding to questions from reporters about pro-government Telegram channels openly criticizing the defense department amid Ukraine’s counteroffensive in the Kharkiv region, which has seen Kyiv recapture swathes of its territory, forcing Russian troops to retreat.”

    353. jason says:

      -Heard that Republicans had their own permitting legislation ready to go.

      ave Manchin be the lead person on that, let him go public with McConnell and the Republican caucus, and make Schumer refuse to put it up for debate.

      That is just sending a message.

      I want the permitting to pass so these projects can get under way.

      Passing it will piss off the Squad and Progressive Caucus.

      Win-win.

    354. jason says:

      McConnell’s bill won’t pass the House and might not even get 60 votes in the Senate.

    355. jason says:

      Tucker will suggest Ukraine surrender to avoid being nuked.

    356. Bitterlaw says:

      Tucker would demand that Ukraine reimburse Russia for the cost of the nukes.

    357. jason says:

      Militarily speaking, the front is too widespread and fragmented to use nukes. There just aren’t that many concentrated forces.

      So Putin would have to nuke a city and demand surrender a la Hiroshima.

      I think it is a bridge to far even for him.

    358. Phil says:

      Wait a second. The FBI tracked down Mike Lindell on a hunting trip and took his phone? The pillow man?

      What the hell? This is nuts. This is out of control. This needs to stop…and Republicans need to stand up to this sh*t and that includes the DC types like McConnell. I know he hates Trump but what the Justice Dept is doing is bigger than that.

    359. jason says:

      Plus, Putin’s point is that Ukrainians and Russians are one people. Right now he justifies the civilians deaths as collateral damage. But if he nukes a city it that argument won’t fly.

    360. Bitterlaw says:

      Maybe Putin could nuke a city in Ukraine and a city in Russia to prove he treats them the same. Tucker would call it the move of a wise leader.

    361. Cash Cow TM says:

      new tread

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