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    Wes Moore More Than Doubles Dan Cox in Latest Poll in MD

    The unmitigated coming disaster for Maryland Republicans’ choice for Governor continues unabated as a new poll has their choice (and Donald-Trump endorsed) Dan Cox getting absolutely crushed in the latest poll from The Washington Post.

    GOVERNOR – MARYLAND (WaPo)
    Wes Moore (D) 60%
    Dan Cox (R) 28%

    Among those certain to vote, it is an even worse 64%-27% deficit for the Republicans’ choice for Governor. Meanwhile, the Republican Governor currently in office Larry Hogan holds an incredible 73% job approval rating as he finishes out his term. This poll was done September 22-27 among 810 registered voters.

    But don’t fear Maryland Republicans, I am sure Dan Cox travelling down to Mar-a-Lago for a fundraiser headed by Trump a mere three weeks before the election will change your fortunes….

    Posted by Dave at 2:35 pm
    Filed under: General | Comments (459)

    459 Responses to “Wes Moore More Than Doubles Dan Cox in Latest Poll in MD”

    1. Gordon Allen says:

      Can I be the first to say: who cares

    2. Wes says:

      With Hogan termed out, MD was always going to be a difficult hold. Cox turned a likely loss into a certain one, but the MDGOP would always have been underdogs to hold the seat.

      I’m sure someone will be on here to tell us not to give up on Cox; however, realistically this race is over in everything but name.

    3. Wes says:

      I still advocate putting everything from Baltimore to the MD suburbs plus DC and NoVA into a new state, thus making Republicans competitive again in MD and VA.

    4. Tina says:

      Mitchie is cozing up to enema.

      Enema is rumored to be switching parties or becoming an I.

    5. Jeff G. says:

      If I wrote up a top 100 list of things I am concerned about on election day, I can guarantee that who is the next Maryland governor would not make that list.

    6. Tgca says:

      From the last thwed, Wes and Jadon sycophantic obsession with Reagan like the Dems of the 70s and 80s obsession with JFK is laughable. You guys sound like Hollywood’s obsession with Bill Clinton prior to Obama. Streisand would have an orgasm anytime you brought up Bill Clinton.

      Reagan was a good president. He was NOT great! He had successes and failures like many leaders. I don’t know why that isn’t enough for some here to be good.

      If you seriously think Reagan would be well-known or a household name today politically had he never been president, you are delusional.

      Most people do not remember VPs never mind presidential candidates who lost primaries.

    7. Tgca says:

      MD is a Dem stronghold. Big deal that Hogan won twice there. Christie won twice in NJ but what did that prove? It had no lasting impact just as Hogan’s legacy won’t in lefty MD.

      A GOPer winning Gubbernor in MD is only some consolation for Republicans and RINOs living in MD, it does nothing for the rest of the country or to advance a conservative agenda since probably most MD GOPers are left of most conservatives elsewhere. Hence, the reason Hogan would not be a successful national candidate. He’s an ideal RINO candidate.

    8. Bitterlaw says:

      It is Dave’s site and he can post whatever he wants. Gordon can leave any time. Both can be true.

      Reagan was great. Given Tgca’s indifference towards Putin’s land grab, maybe Tgca is trying to tarnish Reagan’s reputation because Reagan’s policies lead to the fall of the Soviet Union.

    9. jan says:

      I love Dave’s flair for satirical comments.

    10. Bitterlaw says:

      Bidding on my dad’s house was $75k over asking price after 1 open house. Another one today and tomorrow. This is great news as 100% of the sale proceeds will be used for care for my sister. My inheritance is my dad’s cat.

    11. Wes says:

      Tgca, considering I literally never said such a thing nor even implied it, I can honestly say you are absolutely delusional.

      You specifically said if Reagan had run before 1980, he would have lost and been a footnote in California history.

      He ran not once but twice before 1980. His losses did not make him a footnote in California history.

      That you have to create arguments I never made to argue against shows how weak your own argument is in the face of indisputable facts.

    12. Wes says:

      For the record, here’s the exact statement by Tgca I responded to:

      If Reagan had tried to run prior to 1980, he would not have won and been a footnote in CA history.

      It shows his complete ignorance of actual history. I suspect he knows that; hence his need to create a strawman argument I didn’t make to argue against.

    13. Tgca says:

      8

      Reagan was as great as JFK is my response to this silly Reagan was great BS just like the Dems think JFK was great.

      Good does not equal great.

    14. Tgca says:

      12

      I stand by my view. Reagan was a man for the times of the 80s. I don’t think he would have won the presidency before then if he ran.

      Like it or not, often certain candidates are ideal for the times. That is true of Clinton and Obama as well. They fit perfectly for the environment they ran and won in regardless of how history judges them.

    15. Tgca says:

      11

      When was Reagan the presidential nominee in the 60s and 70s? I missed that.

      I specifically talked about the time and mood of the country and what it sought in a leader.

      If Reagan was never president, most would not remember him.

    16. Wes says:

      You just can’t admit when you’re wrong. Whether Reagan fit a certain time better than another wasn’t the point you made. You said if he’d run before 1980, he would have lost and been a footnote in California history.

      He did run before 1980–in both 1968 and 1976. Neither of those losses made him a footnote in California history.

    17. Tgca says:

      16

      Yes. True. Reagan would have been known for nothing more than being a B movie actor and CA Gubbernor from the 60s. A blip in CA history.

      What do you not understand about that?

      Do you think the vast majority of Americans know anything of Reagan’s politics prior to him becoming president? I would bet more than more than 50% under 40 polled today would not even know he was Gubbernor of CA.

    18. Wes says:

      You’re strawmanning again to cover up your ignorance, Tg.

      You obviously didn’t know Reagan ran for President not once but twice before 1980. That’s why you have to keep making up ancillary arguments to cover up your ignorance when multiple posters call you out on it.

    19. Tgca says:

      16

      …and actually, you should go read the posts more clearly. I specifically pointed out in post 427 about timing for conservatism in the US in the 60s and in post 463 about the mood of the country again as why he would not have won and you repeated my post in 470.

      So who is misrepresenting here? You acknowledge those posts in your posts but now try to say I made no reference to mood or timing.

      Go reread the posts and then you can apologize for your error. Otherwise I can repost them here to show everyone you are wrong in your statement above.

    20. Wes says:

      I know you’re too full of yourself to ever admit to being wrong, but I’ve posted your words verbatim on multiple occasions. You can’t acknowledge that simple fact because I’m proving you wrong with your own words:

      If Reagan had tried to run prior to 1980, he would not have won and been a footnote in CA history.

    21. Tgca says:

      18

      Reagan did not run for president in the 60s or 70s. He ran in primaries. He was NEVER the GOP nominee nationally.

      You and I both know that’s what I meant in 427 post, as I referred to his presidential run in 1980.

      I was talking about him not being elected president before 1980.

      That’s like saying Mayor Butt or Jeb Bush were candidates for president. They were not.

    22. Wes says:

      Reagan did not run for president in the 60s or 70s. He ran in primaries.

      It’s pretty hilarious when you are so devoted to your own convoluted line of reasoning you can’t keep a coherent thought from one sentence to the next, Tg.

      You literally made my point for me.

      Thanks!

    23. Tgca says:

      20

      You’re the one proven wrong. I was talking about being a POTUS nominee as is clear from my posts. That’s why I referred to Goldwater in my original post too who actually was the nominee in 1964.

      When was Reagan 1st the GOP nominee for US president? Was it in the 60s or 70s?

    24. Wes says:

      Just to make everyone aware of exactly how nonsensically devoted Tgca is to his incapacity to make a coherent argument, here are his own words again:

      Reagan did not run for president in the 60s or 70s. He ran in primaries.

      In other words, Reagan didn’t run for President before 1980. He just ran.

      As Ace Ventura would say, all righty then.

    25. Wes says:

      You could have said if Reagan had been the nominee, he would have lost and become a footnote in history, Tg. That would be a fair, if debatable, point. You said something completely different and couldn’t keep your own train of thought long enough to avoid contradicting yourself.

      Sorry, man, but it’d be much easier just to admit you either were ill informed or mistyped what you meant. You chose to double down on your remarks and look like a fool.

    26. Tgca says:

      You have the mentality of AOC with your word salad.

      Reagan was never a GOP candidate for POTUS prior to 1980 and had he been, he would not have won. That was my point and still my point.

      You stand corrected. Go re-read my original post 427. I was specifically talking about a national GE, and that’s why I referred to Goldwater, the official 1964 GOP nominee.

      You misread it and now digging your feet in to refuse admitting jumping to conclusions you’re wrong on.

    27. Wes says:

      Word salad to Tgca is typing a direct response to the ignorance of his posts.

      You said it. I didn’t. I just responded to you. You’re just too self-absorbed to admit you were wrong.

      It’s all right, Tg. You can admit to being wrong. Ragnarok won’t happen if you do, I promise.

    28. Tgca says:

      25

      You know that’s exactly what I meant. That’s why I referred to Goldwater suffering the same fate.

      I will repost for you to see if you like. Why would I talk about Goldwater as the GOP GE nominee and conservatism at that time and then switch to primaries where very few vote compared to the GE? It makes no sense.

      Again, you misunderstood and refusing to admit that.

    29. Wes says:

      Tg claims I misread this when he made a clear fallacious statement:

      If Reagan had tried to run prior to 1980, he would not have won and been a footnote in CA history.

      You’ve convinced yourself the existence of the universe hinges on your refusing to admit when you’re wrong, Tg. I’m here to tell you it will go on long after you admit to making an uninformed statement.

      The heat death of the universe is still billions of years away and doesn’t depend on you at all.

    30. Tgca says:

      27

      Oh please Wes! There you go trying to distract with personal attacks after I showed you misinterpreted GE for primaries.

      You are one of the most conceited, arrogant posters here that NEVER admits he’s wrong and goes into varying WESCON levels with angry rants towards numerous people when they disagree with you.

      I suspect it’s your inferiority complex or insecurity and the reason you never put your college training to actual use and you’re stuck doing manual labor where you don’t have to deal with differing views. You’d probably be fired in a minute when people realized you can’t handle differing views.

      My posts are speaking of a national GE election and you’re trying to make it as if I’m talking about primaries when that’s clearly not the case.

    31. Wes says:

      I didn’t misrepresent anything, Tg. I quoted your own words and refuted them. You’re just too much of an egotistical blowhard to admit to being wrong. That’s why you have to keep strawmanning to try to distract from what I said.

      You didn’t know what you were talking about, and the universe will still be here if you ever admit to that simple fact.

    32. Tgca says:

      29

      You leave out the rest of my post where I talk about national GE so I’ll repost it here for you to see.

      Notice in the 1st paragrapgh I talk about the official nominee chosen in a primary and then in the 2nd paragraph where I talked about official GE candidates and time and mood before my hypothetical that Reagan could not get elected POTUS prior to 1980. It was NEVER about Reagan running in primaries. It was about Reagan’s unelectability in the GE at a point in time, especially when I reference the two official GE nominees Goldwater and Mastriano and not primary candidates.

      Tgca post, Sep 30, 5:10 PM

      As I noted before, the democratic process in PA worked and the GOP primary voters have decided who they wish to represent them in the GE whether folks here like the candidate or not.

      Also some candidates are before or after their time. Goldwater got slaughtered in 1964 but he ushered in the national conservative movement that Reagan capitalized on and won in 1980 because the timing was right. If Reagan had tried to run prior to 1980, he would not have won and been a footnote in CA history.

      So it’s not only the messaging but timing. Trump broke open PA for the GOP after decades as a Dem state. It could take a few election cycles for PA to once again be competitive for the GOP which has occupied the highest office only 4 of the last 20 years.

      Mastriano may not be the right person at this time but if he can help make inroads, that’s good for the GOP.

    33. Wes says:

      Heh.

      Tgca thinks in a heavily regulated, service-based industry, I don’t have to deal with opposing viewpoints.

      Damn, Tg. You know nothing about massage therapy if you think therapists and clients don’t often have differing viewpoints and have to frequently sit down to discuss things so as to ensure they get on the same page and agree on treatment regimens and goals.

    34. Wes says:

      Congratulations, Tg. None of that changes the uncontrovertible fact that you said if Reagan had run before 1980, he would have lost and been a footnote in California history.

      He did run twice before 1980 but certainly was no footnote.

      Had you worded your statement in a way that made sense, there would have been no conflict.

      It’s no fault you had no clue what you were talking about and can’t admit to being wrong now.

    35. Wes says:

      It’s not my fault you had no clue what you were talking about and can’t admit to being wrong now.

      That’s how that last sentence should have read.

    36. Tgca says:

      31

      Wes

      I can see why you are not in a professional environment where diversity of thought and ideas are shared. You can’t relate to people who don’t think 100% like you.

      You would be an immense failure in corporate America.

      I have spent decades analyzing and presenting data to leaders at Fortune 500 companies or regulators, and I know when to tell the difference and infer what they mean when it’s clear from the related facts at hand instead of trying to correct them for something I already know they meant.

      You act like a child that expects if it is not said your way, it’s wrong. It’s a very uneducated and ignorant way to think.

      I suspect that is why you have chosen a career as a laborer, where people cone in for a service anyone can learn as opposed to someone trained to use critical thinking skills.

    37. Wes says:

      I have to say I love your projection, Tg.

      Try being a massage therapist for a day and see how stressful both mentally and physically it is. You’ve never been in my profession, so you have no clue what you’re talking about.

      You have, however, mastered the art of childish egomania you ascribe to me. That’s why you’ve spent the past few hours throwing a tantrum because I dared call you out on your rather overt ignorance on a subject you chose to pontificate on.

    38. Bitterlaw says:

      JFK was a terrible person. Tragically, he was murdered before he could finish one term of a Presidency that was very undistinguished except for almost causing a nuclear war. He was perceived as so weak that the Russians erected the Berlin Wall. His support for civil rights was tepid beyond a phone call to MLK in jail. One of the reasons he went to Dallas was to try to shore up support for the 1964 election.

      Reagan was a great President who restored American pride and honor. His policies lead to an economic boom and pushed the Soviet Union to the brink of collapse.

      Wes – Tgca wants to be seen as a great independent thinker so he decides to stake out an indefensible position about Reagan.

    39. Tgca says:

      As someone who has been through physical therapy on and off for decades, I’ve experienced people in your industry quite often, as massage therapy is often recommended as part of physical therapy for people with nerve and skeletal issues.

      It takes very little to learn to give a massage. No more requirements in most places then to be a hairdresser, in fact, often half the time it takes to be a hairdresser, and it does not require lengthy on the job training or advanced degrees either.

      I know of a number of gay men that became massage therapists after less than a year in training to supplement their income because they had no other formal education or job prospects so please don’t try and sell massage therapy as some difficult career to attain.

      Massage therapy can be beneficial and helpful to many but it requires no great intellect or skill to learn.

    40. Wes says:

      It takes very little to learn how to give a massage, Tg. Sure. This comes from a guy who probably can’t even give the name of a basic massage. You don’t know what you’re talking about at all. It’s a heavily regulated industry for a reason. If you’d ever actually been a licensed therapist, you wouldn’t be making such a ridiculously ignorant statement.

      Ha ha!

      A guy who’s never done anything past receiving a massage is claiming to know more about the industry than someone who has actually made a living out of it.

      The sheer arrogance and stupidity!

    41. Wes says:

      Take a massage therapy class, Tg. I dare you.

      You wouldn’t last a day into the second semester, which is when the hands-on aspect of the schooling kicks in. You’d tap out like a third of the people in my class.

      You make an argument from clear ignorance and act as if you know everything about a subject you know nothing about.

    42. Bitterlaw says:

      I have seen massage therapy used in many claims by injured workers. While it may have benefits, it is often a tool by some to claim they are still disabled after their doctors will not prescribe other treatments because they are, in fact, recovered. That said, I do not dispute that it takes skill and training. Doing it wrong could cause temporary pain or long-lasting injury.

    43. Wes says:

      Thanks, Bitter.

      Therapists have to be very careful about what we do. We have to carry liability insurance and take yearly classes in both ethics and different modalities for a reason. I wouldn’t expect Tgca to know that though since he’s never done anything but receive one.

      That of course makes him an EXPERT on massage therapy–in his own mind of course.

    44. Gordon Allen says:

      DeSantis ” if you loot we can shoot” and warns looters ” not to even think about it.
      Leftists hysterical,ergo racist in assuming all the looters to be black and homeowners white.
      Larry Hogan and his boot licking acolytes here to channel MSNBC.
      Naturally

    45. Tgca says:

      38

      I don’t disagree with you on JFK’s personality but your other comments on JFK are typical right-wing talk, just as lefties degrade Reagan.

      As for economic boom, the boom of the 80s was significantly less Reagan’s policies than the era of the tech boom starting. It was the 3rd or 4th major economic boom in American history. Many of the companies that drove growth in tech in the 80s and 90s had already been formed or operating and developing their technology before Reagan took office, including Microsoft and Apple, as the two biggies including semi-conductors and computer manufacturing. We can discuss specific Reagan policies that were enacted into law and when and how they impacted society but those policies did not specifically drive the technology boom of the 80s and 90s, ingenuity of Corporate America did that.

      As for Russia, it was inevitable it was dying and would have collapsed on schedule sometime in the 90s as the world changed dramatically due to technology – think China. It was known that Russia was on its last legs in the 70s and it was only a matter of time.

      Reagan did assist in aspects of these but he did not create the environment anymore than Clinton’s policies resulted in the boom in the 90s after the Bush recession. Clinton also had a very successful boom. In fact, he gets credit for creating the most jobs as POTUS and Reagan came in 2nd but it was really the tech boom that created these jobs more than these presidents.

      Nuance and facts matters in these things.

    46. Tgca says:

      42

      I don’t disagree that massage therapy requires skills and training. But it’s not one that is difficult to acquire is my point.

      I’ve seen all types of therapists from old to young to skinny to fat.

      Some good. Some bad.

      Many young gay men are massage therapists too and offer happy endings without risk of being reported because their clientele seek them out.

      In fact, many of the gay massage therapists also are body builders.

    47. Wes says:

      Anyone claiming to be a massage therapist who offers happy endings is putting his employer at risk and should not be in the industry.

      I’ve had clients both female and male ask me to violate my ethics. I immediately told them to get dressed and blackballed them.

      No ethical therapist would ever do the things Tgca claims. That tells me his experience is with the illegal sex trade masquerading as massage therapy rather than the legitimate licensed profession I’m part of.

      Thanks for showing your lack of knowledge of the industry, Tg.

    48. Tgca says:

      Wes

      As a weightlifter for years, I think I could handle anything physically a runt like you could.

      I spent 4+ hours at the gym daily for years so don’t tell me about body mechanics and muscle endurance.

      I don’t even bodybuild anymore and still have highly developed musculature.

      As for technical information, I studied real anatomy and physiology and related courses as an undergrad and took real science classes and not a watered down version in a program anyone can finish in 8 months with nothing more than a GED. In most states, the requirements for training hours is significantly more for hairdressers than a mssage therapist.

      I just checked in North Carolina and you need 500 hours to get licensed, whereas a hairdresser there needs over 1,200 hours.

      Sounds like hairdressing is much more complex than massage therapy.

    49. Tgca says:

      47

      Again you have reading comprehension.

      I never said anything about a personal experience with happy endings. I know it’s routine in the gay community from people who get them routinely and just knowing where they advertise in the gay rags.

      I also know it’s routine in straight massage parlors in SF, LA, NYC, and NV. I knew if straight guys when I was young that frequented them in SF and NYC.

      Being licensed does not make people ethical in itself.

    50. jason says:

      Reagan was the greatest President in my lifetime.

      And the greatest CONSERVATIVE too.

      Tgca silly attacks on Reagan don’t reflect poorly on Reagan, his ignorance of what Reagan was really about is astounding.

      And he is now going to write 100 posts trying to deny his stupid comment for which wes tore him a new a-hole.

    51. Tgca says:

      43

      Wes thinks his industry is the only one that requires continuing training and ethics compliance. Umm…most of us have to do that. I certainly had to in my career, and annually certify to it too.

      As for general knowledge, I do know about such training for physical and massage therapists because when you go to therapy you develop a relationship with people and discuss each others jobs and other things that are not too personal in nature.

      Again, Wes thinks his industry has higher standards than others. Comical.

      Again, I do think massage therapy can be beneficial for some but to make it like it’s so difficult to attain skill is laughable.

    52. jason says:

      Reagan was a great President who restored American pride and honor. His policies lead to an economic boom and pushed the Soviet Union to the brink of collapse”.

      That is correct.

      Reagan had two goals and he was incredibly successful in both.

      One was to move the US away from Carter’s “malaise” and away from the welfare state, so much so that even Clinton had to say the “era of big government is over”.

      The second was to break the back of the Soviet Union by forcing it to choose between arms and “butter” and effectively end the cold war.

      The Soviet Union would have gone on for decades if not for Reagan.

      Tgca constant character assassination and cheap shots at Reagan’s legacy are never going unchallenged by me.

    53. Tgca says:

      50

      I do not disagree with you there on Reagan. I would agree Reagan was one of two best 2 presidents in the last 75 years.

      I proved Wes wrong in his comments though. I was talking about GE candidates and reprinted my post to prove it where I referred to Goldwater before Reagan in the same post. He was referring to primaries which was not what my post was about because anyone can run in a primary.

      We’re past that now.

      We’re debating how massage therapy is more difficult than being a nuclear physicist or neurosurgeon and the high ethics it takes to be one that only Wes, with his high morals in the way he treats women can be considered the only one at HHR that could rise to that standard.

      But we should not talk any pre about Happy Endings since God only knows who from the North Carolina Licensing Board is spying on posters at HHR.

    54. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      38. “Reagan was a great President who restored American pride and honor. His policies lead to an economic boom and pushed the Soviet Union to the brink of collapse.”

      Totally agree with Bitter. Reagan was one of our greatest Presidents.

    55. Tgca says:

      52

      I do not disagree with you on those points of Reagan.

      I just don’t think he rises to the level of the 4 presidents generally considered great.

      I don’t understand why some folks must put him on pedestal. He had accomplishments that should be recognized but he had failings to as a leader as well. That is not cheap shots. That is a balanced view of his legacy.

    56. Wes says:

      An 87-lb dwarf was a weightlifter for years?

      Forgive me for not believing a word of that.

      You are clearly a pathological liar, Tg. You spoke of happy endings with some familiarity. That’s something no reputable therapist would ever give, for not only legal but ethical reasons. You got your happy endings from people who lied to you if they claimed to be licensees, Tg.

      When did I say massage therapy is the only industry to have higher standards?

      Oh, right. I never did.

      You, Tg, are a liar.

      At this point, I’m beginning to doubt you were ever involved in the corporate environment you claim to have retired from.

    57. Tgca says:

      54

      The economic boom of the 80s and 90s was mostly driven by the tech boom that started before Reagan took office and continued for another 20+ years.

      Reagan’s policies did NOT create that boom anymore than Clinton’s policies did. That’s revisionist history that can easily be proven wrong by looking at legislation passed and SEC filings.

      Any student of finance can go back and look at annual SEC filings of major companies to see when and what drove those earnings.

      Look at the financial statements of those filings. Look at the MD&A where reason and rationale and expectations are discussed. They don’t refer to gubbermint legislation.p creating such an environment.

      If you must give credit to Reagan, then Obama created the greatest wealth in our nation in his tenure so it must have been his policies.

    58. Tgca says:

      56

      Uh-oh

      We’re at WESCON 4

      Anyone that ever hung out with gay men or in the community knows bout gay practices…or lived in any city with more than 500,000 people.

      I’ve never been to a gay bath house yet I know all bout them and what goes on at them. Same with circuit parties.

      Chit, even the CDC and Dr. Fow-chee know about these things.

      Ask SDC about things in the gay community. I’m sure he can relate to knowledge of them as well. …or ask our old mascot Michael who was bragging about his sexcapades while out and about in his salmon-colored jackets.

      By your logic, for you to know about Happy Endings, you must have intimate knowledge of them too then.

      Hmmm…

    59. Tgca says:

      56

      Ok. Wes figured me out. I never went to college or grad school and worked in Corporate America for decades.

      I was able to retire early from all the money I made doing massages with Happy Endings.

    60. Tgca says:

      Ok. It’s been real and it’s been nice but not real nice.

      I need to go and see if the stores stocked back up on tofu after it all being sold out in the Hurricane.

      Actually, that’s not true either. I detest tofu! Just like my career, I mislead all here. I really eat pork and beef 5 times a day because these are the kinds of things posters at HHR for nearly 2 decades feel the need to make up.

      Oh…and I’m not gay either. I poke different Bishes nearly daily.

    61. Chicon says:

      A nice feud between Wes and Tg.

      Tg, I’m glad Ian spared you.

      Wes, I hope you’re doing better after the loss of your cat.

      Peace to you both.

    62. Wes says:

      Sorry, Tg.

      Anyone who claimed to be a licensed therapist and gave you a happy ending was lying to you. Sexualization of massage therapy is the highest ethical violation in the industry. No one with even the slightest desire to keep his license would ever dream of doing such a thing.

      You’re making sure to expose your lack of knowledge of the industry with every word. You should probably quit till you actually know something about it.

      It doesn’t change the fact that you’ve told multiple lies and refused to admit to being wrong, but you should try it.

    63. Wes says:

      Thanks, Chicon.

      I really do appreciate it.

    64. Robbie says:

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    65. Chicon says:

      And Robbie says Trump voters are obsessed..

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    67. Bitterlaw says:

      Fetterman is running ads about how our problems are caused by Washington. He omits the part about Democrats running Washington.

    68. DW says:

      Bitter, you forgot…this candidate wants to be known as Fetterwoman.

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      Baris begins polling Arizona today.

    71. Bitterlaw says:

      I watched the news and decided to see the first few minutes of Saturday Night Live. It opened with a skit of fake Peyton and Eli Manning commenting on a skit about Trump. Peyton said, “Joe Biden has lost his damn mind and they’re still doing Trump skits?”

      When you lose SNL as a Democrat, it’s bad.

      As I have said for months, I will not be shocked when Biden resigns for “ health reasons” after the mid-terms.

    72. Phil says:

      I wouldn’t be shocked either, Bitter.

    73. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Bitterlaw and jason:

      https://www.wfmz.com/news/area/pennsylvania/pas-chief-justice-max-baer-has-passed-away-wolf-orders-flags-to-half-staff/article_11f188a4-419a-11ed-a68a-b3883f1fa94f.html

      So Max Baer went from a “Beverly Hillbilly” to PA’s Chief Justice. Nice carrier change!

    74. Bitterlaw says:

      Jethro? Damn.

      I think “Fetterwoman” was a bad attempt at humor to say he supported women that just sounded stupid. I don’t read anything more into it. Sue me. No

    75. Cash Cow TM says:

      IN THE RELENTLESS DEM TILT PUSH OF MSM
      HERE ARE SOME HEADLINES ON MSM ONLINE TODAY:
      ###########################################

      “Joy Reid says DeSantis warning to looters in Ian’s aftermath is like racist threat from ‘segregationist’
      Opinion by Gabriel Hays – Yesterday 4:31 PM”
      ——————————————-

      Republicans abandon Obamacare repeal
      Sahil Kapur – 2h ago”
      —————————————–
      “Marjorie Taylor Greene deceptively tells Trump rally that Democrat ‘killings’ of Republicans have already started
      jzitser@businessinsider.com (Joshua Zitser) – 2h ago”
      —————————————-
      “Lauren Boebert’s Reason For Running For Congress Is Raising Eyebrows
      Shana Aborn – 2h ago”
      —————————————–
      “Halloween decoration depicting a hanging person spurs outrage in North Carolina
      Angelina Velasquez – Yesterday 10:45 AM”
      ——————————————–
      “Alyssa Farah Griffin denounces Trump after Elaine Chao attack: ‘He’s not even trying to hide the racism’
      Jared Gans – Yesterday 2:52 PM”
      ——————————————-

    76. Cash Cow TM says:

      MORE

      “Florida Republicans face a climate change quandary
      Yahoo News
      BEN ADLER
      September 30, 2022, 5:35 PM”
      —————————————
      “Trump says McConnell has a ‘death wish’ backing bills sponsored by Democrats”
      The Hill
      JARED GANS
      October 1, 2022, 9:58 AM”

    77. Dylan says:

      Why can’t a right leaning consortium of investors buy up a left leaning news aggregator (like Drudge) and instantly turn it into a right leaning news source? Where is the psy op vision from the right?

    78. Tgca says:

      Federalist calling on grown-ups to mediate Biden’s STOOPID policy on Russia simply aimed at deflection from domestic issues.

      Mollie Hemingway: Biden Keeps Escalating War With Russia, We Have Our Own Problems And Need Statesmen To End This

      https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2022/10/01/mollie_hemingway_biden_keeps_escalating_war_with_russia_we_have_our_own_problems_and_need_statesmen_to_end_this.html

    79. Tina says:

      Didn’t they abandon this in 2017? The gop-e are fraudsters.

      Quote Tweet

      Sahil Kapur

      @sahilkapur
      ·
      3h
      NEW: Republicans abandon Obamacare repeal

      From Capitol Hill to the campaign trail, GOP lawmakers and candidates say the appetite to undo @BarackObama’s signature law has faded.

      Some even praise the ACA as historic.

      A stunning turnaround.

      My latest ?

      https://nbcnews.com/politics/congress/republicans-abandon-obamacare-repeal-rcna49538…

    80. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      ·
      14h
      ? SENATE POLLS By Data For Progress (D)

      WISCONSIN
      (R) Ron Johnson 50% (+2)
      (D) Mandela Barnes 48%

      NEVADA
      (R) Adam Laxalt 47% (+1)
      (D) Catherine Cortez Masto 46%

      GEORGIA
      (R) Herschel Walker 46% (=)
      (D) Raphael Warnock 46%

      ARIZONA
      (D) Mark Kelly 48% (+1)
      (R) Blake Masters 47%

    81. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11272267/Shocking-moment-DC-firefighter-54-punches-BITES-twerks-ushers-try-kick-out.html

      The Nationals are 44 games out of first place and will finish with 100+ losses. I’m not sure which is more surprising – there was a fan in the stands or that they cared enough to fight anybody.

    82. GF says:

      BL, I’m glad we don’t have that problem out here. In fact, it’s almost the inverse; 110 wins with four left to play!

    83. Bitterlaw says:

      I thought you were a Padres fan. I have always hated the Dodgers. However, they have a great organization and are in very good shape to win it all.

    84. GF says:

      I was merely stationed in San Diego; those bums have been an annoyance for as long as I recall, but not as bad as the Giants. My dad was a Brooklyn fan going back to the 1930s, he grew up in Oregon, but the closest ball club was in St. Louis, so it was all heard in radio anyhow.

      They might take it all, but these past few weeks have shown some cracks in an otherwise solid team (namely amongst the pitching staff). Our bats went cold for a short stint, and although we have the largest run differential (and most scored, least allowed in both leagues), we should have won at least four more games that got away from us (I can think of five just since the All Star Break). At least we have home field advantage throughout the post season now.

    85. DW says:

      https://twitter.com/TheNVIndy/status/1576652572949024768

      Nevada Independent/@OHPredictive (D)
      741 Likely Voters:

      Laxalt +2
      Lombardo +3

    86. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #86- DW
      BOOM!
      This Nevada poll is significant for a number of reasons. To wit:
      1- In Ohio Predictive’s prior two polls of Nevada, Laxalt(R) was down 8 & 9 points.
      2- The Nevada Independent is owned by the insufferable, Democrat hack Jon Ralston.

    87. Bitterlaw says:

      Hello?

    88. Wes says:

      Your ridiculously overrated show is on, Bitter.

    89. Bitterlaw says:

      There is a new show based on Interview with the Vampire on. I read the original novels in the series.

      Not sure how the show will be.

    90. Tina says:

      Did you know that Walker is not part of the black community in Ga, according to a Ny slimes reporter.

      Who would have thunk it?

    91. Wes says:

      Never really cared for Anne Rice’s take on vampires. Lois Tilton did a better job of creating quasi natural bloodsuckers.

    92. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Pelosi says illegal immigrants need to be kept down south to work on the plantation.

      “We have a shortage of workers in our country, and you see even in Florida, some of the farmers and the growers saying, ‘Why are you shipping these immigrants up North? We need them to pick the crops down here,'” she said.

    93. jason says:

      Corrupt commie Lula comes in first in Brazil election, but there will be a second round.

      Conservative parties did well in the Brazilian congress, so even if the commie wins the damage might be limited.

    94. DW says:

      Lula spent time in prison, hoping Bolsonaro can hang on, but it looks doubtful as the center-left candidate who came in third more likely to back Lula.

      Interesting to see how there are other countries in the world where half the voters are eager to slit their own throats.

    95. DW says:

      Yeah, that NV poll is a BOOM…was in too much a hurry

    96. DW says:

      From RRH:

      New poll from Siena on FL released today:

      – DeSantis leads Crist 49/41 (leads 53/37 with Hispanics)
      – Rubio leads Demings 48/41
      – GOP leads Dems 39/31 (bit of an odd way they ask the question, though)
      – Biden JA at 43/54

      https://www.scribd.com/document/598081374/Exclusive-Spectrum-News-Siena-College-poll-results?secret_password=nvM9D5oekwWk55NrqZWQ

    97. DW says:

      Another from RRH, this about more info from Fetterwowman’s past:

      When John Fetterwoman (D) was Mayor of Braddock he vandalized a local black owned business. Fetterman wanted to send a message that the government was going to shut down the black nightclub. This was a TV news story about Fetterman’s vandalism at the time:
      https://twitter.com/RRHElections/status/1576917807610368000?s=20&t=8RXPOXrHExrDZRibrAeX3A

    98. Tgca says:

      93

      Old news! That was last week.

      There’s an answer to the need for more farm workers. It’s called legal immigration. We don’t need criminals that break our laws picking our fruits and veggies.

      Now on to more important and pressing issues that everyday Americans are fretting over.

      What top secret files did Trump steal and mishandle at Mar-a-lago.

    99. Tgca says:

      ONE

      THEERWO

      THEERWO

    100. Tgca says:

      100% agree with Glenn Greenwald, and not because he’s a member of the limp-wristed club either.

      Since Iraq WMDs, Havana Syndrome, And Russiagate, We Can’t Trust U.S. Intel About Ukraine

      Our intelligence agencies are NOT to be believed on anything they tell the American people.

      They will lie, cheat, and mislead to push their agenda including interfering in elections, bogus wars, and targeting those that disagree with them.

      https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2022/10/02/glenn_greenwald_since_iraq_wmds_and_russiagate_we_cant_trust_us_intel_about_ukraine.html

    101. DW says:

      WHERE’S JACKIE??

      Chuck U. Todd says it was just a mistake. Yeah, sorry Chuck, go back and watch some of the news reports from 1987 when all Reagan had to do was draw a breath for a second to collect his thought or just stutter on one syllable, and the media was all over it saying he was too old for the job and in mental decline.

    102. Robbie says:

      Mediaite
      @Mediaite
      WSJ Denounces Trump’s ‘Death Wish’ Attack on McConnell and His Wife: ‘Ugly’ Even By ‘Trump’s Standards

      – Jason fraud – “This is a great statement by Trump. MAGA daddy only makes great statements.”

    103. Chicon says:

      When’s the last time Robbie posted about policy?

    104. Bitterlaw says:

      I guess all the reports of the murdered Ukrainians, millions of refugees and destroyed cities are made up, too?

    105. Wes says:

      Thankfully Hung Cao decided not to pull a Matt Rosendale but to actually debate Jennifer Wexton. He had a brilliant response to a question about whether Biden is President:

      https://mobile.twitter.com/RichAndersonRPV/status/1576694239119183872

      I still think Wexton wins simply because VA-10 is overwhelmingly Dem, but I am glad to see Republicans have a credible candidate who can possibly catch a wave in November.

    106. Chicon says:

      Wes, that’s a good way to put it… being in position to possibly catch a wave.

    107. Wes says:

      If you read the responses by leftists on that thread, Chicon, you can tell Cao hit a nerve. They’re trying desperately to counter his statement–even going so far as to claim a President has no control over gas prices. Oddly enough I never heard liberals claim Presidents don’t control gas prices during the Bush years.

      Oh, well. I’m sure it was just an oversight on their part.

    108. Tgca says:

      105

      No one is saying human rights abuses are made up.

      What is being said is you can’t rely upon or trust the intelligence information fed to the general public.

      You give credibility to intelligence directors who went on TV and signed public statements broadcasted in the media about Russian collusion with Trump in the 2016 election too?

    109. Chicon says:

      Just an oversight, indeed.

      The lefties (or is it lefty’s?) are understandably nervous about anything that makes the midterms a referendum on Biden. Unfortunately for them, the midterms are generally a referendum on the incumbent.

      I think there’s a good chance for a wave, and I thought your comment about being in position to catch that wave is spot on.

    110. Bitterlaw says:

      An invasion that caused thousands of deaths, seized Ukrainian territory, destroyed cities and infrastructure and created a refugee crisis for millions of Ukrainians forced from their homes is reduced to “human right abuses.”

    111. Tgca says:

      In my view, if you’re intelligence data is proven not only false but manipulated and purposely misleading on more than one occasion, you lose ALL credibility going forward.

      Brennan is an example of one such intelligence leader that lied and purposely misled the nation so he can push a personal agenda. He should be in jail!

      …and anyone that stands by these intelligence agencies and excuse their behavior are not representative of democratic values in our Constitution and just as traitorous as these lying, manipulating bureaucrats.

    112. Tgca says:

      111

      YES!!! Human rights abuses include murder, torture, rape, imprisonment, and displacement.

      Look up the definition of human rights abuses.

      …and where’s your outrage on a China. They’ve abused just as many for decades.

      Should we supply military support to China’s abuse victims and embargo China?

    113. Wes says:

      It’s feeling increasingly as if a wave is building, Chicon. Cao is about the perfect underdog candidate to benefit from one. He’s articulate and has a compelling biography. I still think Wexton has probably 60-40 odds of winning, but Dems have seen House seats slip away in the Old Dominion since the state’s conversion to liberalism before. It would be an upset but not necessarily a tremendous one if Cao does manage to unseat her.

    114. Tgca says:

      Ok. I got to go to the store. I heard they got a shipment of tofu in and I want to get some before it’s all sold out.

      The store shelves are empty down here for many items. You’d think we’d had a hurricane or something…oh wait.

    115. Wes says:

      0% chance tofu ever sells out outside somewhere like Berkeley or Asheville.

    116. Tina says:

      The Commie is a bigger Russian hoaxer than the Russian hoaxer here.

      Quote Tweet

      Jack Posobiec ??

      @JackPosobiec
      ·
      13h
      BREAKING: Fmr CIA Director John Brennan announces“Russia is the most likely suspect” in the Nord Stream pipeline attacks, says Russia will attack the other Russian pipelines to Europe soon

    117. Tina says:

      Yes thst is a great answer. Our candidates need to tie Biden to the economy.

      I am still not sure why the gop-e have failed to nationalize the election.

    118. Tina says:

      See new Tweets
      Conversation

      PollTracker
      @PollTrackerUSA
      2024 National General Election Poll:

      Donald Trump 49% (+4)
      Joe Biden 45%
      .
      Donald Trump 51% (+9)
      Kamala Harris 42%

      McLaughlin & Associates ~ 1,000 LV ~ 9/17-22
      https://mclaughlinonline.com/pols/wp-content/uploads/2022/09/National-Presentation-RELEASE-9-23-22-1.pdf…
      7:30 AM · Oct 3, 2022
      ·Twitter Web App

    119. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 National Republican Primary Poll:

      Trump 46% (+12)
      DeSantis 34%

      @YouGovAmerica/@YahooNews
      456 RV ~ 9/23-27
      https://news.yahoo.com/poll-midterm-momentum-shifts-back-to-gop-as-inflation-fears-grow-151344613.html

    120. Tina says:

      Huge news.

      wrence Hurley

      @lawrencehurley
      ·
      1h
      NEW: Supreme Court agrees to hear case challenging immunity of tech companies under Section 230
      Show this thread

    121. DW says:

      Elections in America are essentially an exercise in seeing how many Americans are willing to give up their wealth and freedoms in exchange for the promise of goodies that left will never deliver.

    122. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Regarding the pipeline sabotage in the Baltic Sea. At this point we don’t know who did it. I cannot see the Russians blowing up their own pipeline, but I don’t see USA/NATO damaging it either; even though it is not presently in use, someday it would be a good source of natural gas for Western Europe. Perhaps a radical environment group saw an opportunity to vandalize it — Europe has a lot of fringe eco-groups that have committed destructive acts in the past

    123. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      The new Siena College Florida Poll shows Rubio(+7) and Desantis(+8) doing well. (H/T: RRH)

      New poll from Siena on FL released today:

      – DeSantis leads Crist 49/41 (leads 53/37 with Hispanics)
      – Rubio leads Demings 48/41
      – GOP leads Dems 39/31 (bit of an odd way they ask the question, though)
      – Biden JA at 43/54

      https://www.scribd.com/document/598081374/Exclusive-Spectrum-News-Siena-College-poll-results?secret_password=nvM9D5oekwWk55NrqZWQ

    124. DW says:

      Sheeple, yes, a good poll…see post #97.

    125. DW says:

      this one is a BOOM!

      Monmouth is one of the worst of them.

      Generic Ballot

      GOP 47
      DEM 45

      REGISTERED voter poll, not likely.

      Their prior poll was Dems leading 49/46

      Biden’s JA is 38/55 in this new poll.

      https://www.monmouth.edu/polling-institute/documents/monmouthpoll_us_100322.pdf/

    126. DW says:

      I am finding it harder and harder to understand how Oz could lose to Fetterwoman.

      1) Oz has turned out to be a great campaigner who has is eye on the ball.

      2) Fetterwoman is a disaster, with more dirt coming out every day. What was that he said the other day, he was going to kick balls in the authority or something?

      3) Its a red year

      4) Oz will appeal to suburban independent voters.

      5) Oz’s weakness is the rural conservative voters who are going to show up to vote Mastriano, but these voters are not going to leave the Senate line on the ballot empty; they will vote Oz in the end because Fetterwoman scares them to death.

      6) PA is unique, with Philly being what it is, and to overcome the statewide support for Oz, Philly would have to do better than Obama-like numbers in a mid-term election that favors the GOP.

      The one fear I have is voter fraud, when Philly manages to get 110% turnout, where dead voters get their say on election day.

    127. Phil says:

      Sheeple, there is a reason the Democratic Governors Campaign early on opted not to put money into Florida.

      Even Nate Silver has it off the table – and boy, that’s saying something.

    128. jason says:

      The one fear I have is voter fraud, when Philly manages to get 110% turnout, where dead voters get their say on election day.”

      Be afraid. Nothing has changed since 2020. Mail in ballots everywhere without any chain of custody.

    129. Wobbles says:

      x
      Chicon says:
      October 3, 2022 at 9:55 am

      When’s the last time Robbie posted about policy?”

      Who has time for that crap?

      I only come here to attack Republicans, it is a full time job.

    130. jason says:

      Robbie says:
      October 3, 2022 at 9:52 am

      Mediaite
      @Mediaite
      WSJ Denounces Trump’s ‘Death Wish’”

      Damm, Amoral Scumbag actually quoting the WSJ?

      What a refreshing change from CNN, NPR and MSNBC.

      Of course, he never ever posted anything critical the WSJ had to say about Biden or any Democrat.

    131. Phil says:

      That Monmouth Poll is an absolute disaster for Democrats. A registered voter poll? Released on October 3rd? Democrats behind in a registered voter poll? The gap would grow to 5 or 6 (if they polled likely voters – which they didn’t for the obvious reason). This just confirms the accuracy of Trafalgar which has consistently shown about a six point gap with likely voters….and a six point gap will be a complete wipeout.

      The MSM and their media sponsored pollsters are finding it harder and harder to hide what is coming.

    132. DW says:

      IS JACKIE HERE? WHERE’S JACKIE??
      STAND UP CHUCK!

    133. Phil says:

      Baris tweeted that there are now more Republican Hispanics in Dade County than Democrats. He said Rubio and DeSantis will possibly carry that county.

      In any event, Florida is done.

    134. jason says:

      Silverhack is quietly moving the Senate toward Rs, about 1% a day. Now at 33%.

      He has Fetterwoman as a 4 to 1 favorite, anyone want to give me Oz at 2 to 1

      Sure thing, half of where super statistician Silverhack has it.

    135. Cash Cow TM says:

      HEADLINES ON AOL.COM NEWS TODAY OUT OF 59 TOP STORIES:

      23–FLUFF PIECES
      including Queen Elizabeth pancake recipe going viral, where to retire, vintage photos

      11–SPORTS

      11–MOVIE/HOLLYWOOD STARS

      7–U.S. POLITICS
      ..oath keepers trial
      ..kidnap plot of Mich. gov.
      ..NV candidate distances self from Trump
      ..Fl Sen Scott slams Trump statement about McConnell
      ..ex-GOP strategist slam Trump for assassination instructions
      ..SCOTUS could end affirmative action
      ..GOP cuts Dem lead in key demographic
      (NOTICE THAT ALL BUT 1 ARE NEGATIVE TOWARD GOP)

      6–HURRICANE IAN

      2–RUSSIA-UKRAINE WAR
      ################################

      BREAD AND CIRCUSES!

    136. DW says:

      Headline: “Biden Aides Fear His and Son Hunter’s Shady Business Deals Could Doom His Potential 2024 Campaign”

      What. Are. They. Smoking?

      What potential 2024 campaign? WHERE’S JACKIE??

    137. Cash Cow TM says:

      I have not been able to find any monkey or deer stories for two weeks.

    138. Phil says:

      Six straight polls showing Laxalt up in Nevada…and Silver continues to show Mastro in the lead there. He inches Laxalt closer and closer but after six straight polls still can’t bring himself to put Laxalt ahead.

      Robbie’s kind of analyst….but Baris is a “Maga Daddy fraud”

    139. Tina says:

      The polling in nevada looks dismal for the drats across the board.

      Senate

      Governor

      Sos

      Etc.

    140. Tina says:

      Sorry, forgot to post the full results . I know we covered some of these races, but not all.

      ? NEVADA POLL By @OHPredictive

      SEN
      (R) Laxalt 45% (+2)
      (D) Cortez Masto 43%

      GOV
      (R) Lombardo 45% (+3)
      (D) Sisolak 42%

      LT GOV
      (R) Anthony 40% (+11)
      (D) Burkhead 29%

      SOS
      (R) Marchant 39% (+8)
      (D) Aguilar 31%

      AG
      (R) Chattah 39% (+2)
      (D) Ford 37%

      741 LV | 09/20-29 | MOE ±3.6%

    141. Wes says:

      If Republicans sweep the Nevada elections this year, that will be a sign of a GOP wave.

    142. Wes says:

      Kari Lake actually handles the abortion question well. Talking about informing women of options to abortion is definitely an upgrade from the rhetoric I often hear coming from the anti-abortion crowd:

      https://mobile.twitter.com/MaryMargOlohan/status/1576671495983882240

    143. Wes says:

      Jennifer Ruth-Green raises $1.3 million in her quest to unseat Frank Mrvan:

      https://mobile.twitter.com/joshkraushaar/status/1576875872052989953?s=46&t=rdBye-BD_b3dUfZxMKYpqw

      That’s a good amount to have available for the final stretch.

    144. jason says:

      Nevada allows ballot harvesting in nursing homes and other shenanigans.

      The GOP is going to really have to beat the MOF to win there.

      That being said 43% is really horrendous for an incumbent senator a month before the election, ditto for Sisolak at 42%.

    145. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      This will be the most significant decision of SCOTUS’ current term. I am cautiously optimistic that the giant social media companies will get reamed by the Court!

      https://www.foxnews.com/politics/supreme-court-hear-case-big-techs-legal-immunity-controversial-content

    146. jason says:

      I think the GOP is the favorite to flip NV and GA and keep PA.

      AZ is more uphill but possible.

      That would give the GOP 53 seats.

      That would diminish the power of Murkowski and Collins and probably block most of Biden’s judicial appointments.

    147. DW says:

      Yeah, here is how that works jason.

      Nursing home worker tells her boss, “Hey we got a stack of ballots in the mail today for our memory care patients.”

      The Boss says, “Thanks, I will take care of it.”

      The Boss schedules entire afternoon to start going bed to bed. She arrives at first bed. “Hi Matilda, are you feeling okay today?” Matilda doesn’t respond. Her eyes are staring off into space. The boss woman tells her, “You didn’t touch your breakfast today, aren’t you hungry?” Matilda says nothing, eyes crossed, still staring off into space.

      Boss continues the ‘conversation’ by asking, “I have a ballot here, you want to vote for Catherine Cortez Masto don’t you?” Matilda still motionless, staring off into space. The Boss says, “Good choice. I have marked your ballot for you.”

    148. Tina says:

      I have the same concern with Nevada.

      M of f is a real issue.

    149. Cash Cow TM says:

      I hear that the MSM is working on a story
      about how Trump directed the Proud Boys
      to blow up that gas pipeline under the Baltic.

    150. Tina says:

      So what is Biden’s beotch doing in Az senate race?

      GOP megadonor Peter Thiel signals he is done helping Ohio Senate hopeful J.D. Vance, will fundraise for Arizona’s Blake Masters (CNBC)

    151. Tina says:

      Elon Musk

      @elonmusk
      Ukraine-Russia Peace:

      – Redo elections of annexed regions under UN supervision. Russia leaves if that is will of the people.

      – Crimea formally part of Russia, as it has been since 1783 (until Khrushchev’s mistake).

      – Water supply to Crimea assured.

      – Ukraine remains neutral.

    152. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      GallupNews
      @GallupNews
      ·
      Follow
      44% of Americans have a favorable view of the Republican Party, and 39% view the Democratic Party favorably. Views of the GOP have risen slightly since last year, while views of the Democratic Party have dipped.

    153. DW says:

      View of Democratic Party has dipped? What’s not to like unless you are Robbie?

      Here is the Democratic Party platform:

      1) You should have been killed before escaping from the womb. Every abortion is a cause for celebration. One less person to cause global warming and one less person for the powerful Democrat elites to have to control.

      2) Now that you are born, the Democratic Party insists your life is meaningless. You have no value at all, no reason to be here, and no purpose—other than voting Democratic Party your whole life so as to keep powerful Democrat elites in power.

      3) You are guaranteed by the Democratic Party Elites to have the inalienable right to live as irresponsibly as possible, without having to face any consequences.

      4) The educational system is designed to teach you from Kindergarten through graduate school that you are to be completely dependent on the federal and state government.

      5) The federal government is the only religion of the Democratic Party. Its two sacraments are abortion and entitlement spending.

      6) Society should gorge on all manner of drugs and opiates, keeping the masses in a state of delusion so long as they are mentally keen enough to complete a ballot to keep Democrat elites in power.

      7) There should be no criminal consequences to drug related crimes.

      8) Crime itself is complex and difficult to quantify. Citizens should be restrained and put through the corrections system when their actions restrict or hinder the continued Democratic party control of government.

      9) Criminal corrections are not necessary and are in fact harmful for acts committed that in no way hinder Democratic Party power and control.

      10) The term “country” is racist and harmful. There should be no borders at all, and no check on people who may freely enter our society from elsewhere. The only restriction would be the influx of peoples who may threaten Democratic party control.

      11) Your life is best lived as a freak. Declare yourself to be something you are not. Mar your body with as many piercings and modifications as you can possibly tolerate. The Democratic Party elites will prosecute and imprison anyone who questions your decision to declare yourself to be something you are not.

      12) You should mutilate your genitals so that you will no longer be able to function in terms of reproduction.

      13) The genitals of children should be mutilated before the kids grow up and have a chance to understand life and understand the gravity of their decisions.

      14) Government schools will leverage their teachers to use their influence in pressuring kids toward being mutilated, and this activity will be kept hidden from the interference of parents.

      15) Those born as biological ‘men’ have the right and ability to become pregnant and give birth to babies.

      16) Those born as biological ‘women’ have the right and ability to father their own biological children.

      17) Every member of society has the right to be joined in matrimony to any number of persons, animals, inanimate objects, or to oneself.

      18) The powerful Democratic Party elites in the federal government control all health-care, and decide based on a panel of their own experts which members of society are worthy enough to receive healthcare.

      19) The Democratic Party in power will establish a Ministry of Truth to control, for the historical record, what is deemed factual versus false, and then imprison those who speak contrary ideas.

      20) The purpose of federal, state, and local elections is to empower Democratic Party elites. All election rules, procedures, oversight, counting of ballots, etc., will be controlled by Democratic Party elites to ensure the intended outcome, and present to the public assurances as to the integrity of the results.

      21) Every time someone dies, this event will be exploited to further grab guns from citizens as the Democratic Party elites work tirelessly to reach the eventual goal of only themselves, their body guards, and criminals who will own and use guns.

      22) The exception to #21 includes shooting deaths in liberal utopia urban centers like Chicago, where the news media reports no poverty, no homelessness, no shooting deaths, and no crime.

      23) The global climate is dangerously volatile so long as this condition provides the Democratic Party elites opportunity to advance its purposes through removal of personal freedom.

      24) World health is always at risk of a world-wide pandemic, enabling Democratic Party elites to quickly enforce draconian requirements, restrictions, and loss of freedom of movement for everyone except themselves.

      25) Fossil fuels are intrinsically evil and racist, as they provide an unfair advantage to the rich who can exploit them for their own pleasure and freedom of travel.

      26) The Democratic Party elites continue to work tirelessly to destroy the oil industry, creating an economic environment where the price of gasoline will skyrocket to the point where society no longer will purchase this fuel. The only exception will be Democratic Party elites who will continue to fly around in private jets and chauffeured limos.

      27) The permanent solution to the endless rise in heating oil will be the wearing of additional sweaters as a protection against the cold.

      28) The Department of Energy will partner with FEMA to provide roving crematoriums so that the bodies of the elderly who freeze to death in the northern climates will be quickly cremated, and the heat from this process will be used to warm the houses of those who remain in the local community.

      29) Electric cars and light-rail trains will be the only means of transportation allowed in the country, with the exception being Democratic Party elites whose free movement is in the interests of national security.

      30) The Department of Transportation will save the country an estimated 400 billion dollars annually by allowing all interstate highways, bridges, tunnels, US routes, state and county highways, local streets and roads to fall into permanent decay and disrepair.

      31) The money saved by #30 will be used to study the long-term benefits of people living as freaks (see #11).

      32) Society will be best served by everyone living in extreme poverty, without transportation other than the aforementioned electric cars and light rail. Local stores will provide everyone with a free shopping cart to be used to walk their purchases home from stores.

      33) Inflation is always the result of corporate greed.

      34) The simplest way to fight inflation is simply printing more money, and increased entitlement spending.

      35) Minimum wage should be increased to $100 an hour so that everyone will be able to live a comfortable life.

      36) AOC is the future of the party.

      So what is not to like?

    154. jason says:

      Nice summary.

    155. jason says:

      @elonmusk
      Ukraine-Russia Peace:

      – Redo elections of annexed regions under UN supervision. Russia leaves if that is will of the people.

      – Crimea formally part of Russia, as it has been since 1783 (until Khrushchev’s mistake).

      – Water supply to Crimea assured.

      – Ukraine remains neutral.”

      Have a real referendum in Crimea too and it is a deal.

    156. Tina says:

      Follow the $$$

      Cernovich

      @Cernovich
      ·
      39m
      Elon Musk is what happens when an intelligent person who hasn’t been told what to think about a subject starts asking reasonable questions. You cannot actually make the case that Ukraine is the good guys. Russia isn’t either. It’s pure ethnic hatred. Hence not our ?? business.

    157. Tina says:

      Elons proposal may not be perfect. But the way the Ukrainian grifters and the Russian hoaxers are reacting is a bit too much.

      After all, Elon gave Ukraine star link.

    158. DW says:

      Headline: Nonpartisan Analysis: Biden’s Student Debt Bailout Still Mostly Helps High-Earners

      I predicted the day this news of a bailout broke, that what will happen is diligent kids who are hard working and not lazy will get the application filled out right away and thereby get the debt turned into a grant.

      The lazy, procrastinating kids will never get around to filling out the application, and then they will complain later that the bailout only helped the rich.

    159. jason says:

      I skipped over Ukraine “remains neutral”.

      I don’t agree with that.

      Ukraine is a sovereign nation and does not have to be “neutral” on a damm thing.

    160. jason says:

      I agree with leaving Crimea in Russian hands if that would seal a deal. Only because the Russians already had Crimea anyway and they have to come away with something.

      No neutrality and no Russians in any other part of the Ukraine.

      Russians pay reparations for all the damages they caused.

      Take it or leave it.

    161. Cash Cow TM says:

      As usual, watched ABC ews out of DC at dinner time.

      I found out the news is RACIST!

      They showed various videos from security
      showing crimes that were being committed yesterday or last night 9 out of the 10 suspects caught on security cameras committing crimes were BLACK.

      Why not show more whites in security cam videos?

      Proves that ABC NEWS out of Washington D C is racist.

    162. Cash Cow TM says:

      DW,

      PRETTY GOOD LIST ABOVE OF DEM BELIEFS.

      PLUS the Dems firmly believe everyone should
      hate the nation’s founders, past heroes, national accomplishments,
      the U.S. flag, the national anthem, etc.

    163. Cash Cow TM says:

      Authorities say someone Ed
      murdered
      Cap’t. Crunch, Tony the Tiger and Snap,Crackle and Pop.

      They say it must be a cereal killer.

    164. Bitterlaw says:

      159 Ukraine is “the good guys.” Russia is “the bad guys.” Anybody who disagrees is rewarding Putin.

    165. Bitterlaw says:

      Claiming that the war is not our business because it is “ pure ethnic hatred” is an absurd statement for one huge reason – Russian invaded Ukraine. Ukraine did not invade Russia.

    166. Chicon says:

      168 – isn’t the analysis about what is in America’s best interest?

      Which is better for the USA, the settlement offered by Musk (I like Jason’s better, but I don’t think Putin would survive it, so he can’t accept it); or continued war with the possibility of NATO involvement?

    167. Tina says:

      No settlement

      The warcons need more war.

      Follow the $$$$

    168. Tina says:

      Andrew Surabian

      @Surabees
      ·
      2h
      BREAKING: John Fetterman endorses gun confiscation.

      “I’ve always supported a ban to the assault rifle ownership” – John Fetterman
      Show

    169. Robbie says:

      Christian Walker
      @ChristianWalk1r
      Every family member of Herschel Walker asked him not to run for office, because we all knew (some of) his past. Every single one. He decided to give us the middle finger and air out all of his dirty laundry in public, while simultaneously lying about it.

      I’m done.

      – Just to take this opportunity to thank Trump for foisting this trainwreck candidate on the party and make it that much easier for radical Warnock to win a full term. Of course, Warnock only won special election because Trump sabotaged the two Senate races because he was big mad the party wouldn’t overturn his loss to Biden.

    170. Bitterlaw says:

      I have wanted Ukraine to crush the Russian invaders from the beginning. I believe that any resolution that allows Russia to keep 1 square inch of Ukrainian territory is a Ukrainian surrender and Russian victory. I have not a penny from this war.

    171. Robbie says:

      Tina says:
      October 3, 2022 at 8:55 pm
      No settlement

      The warcons need more war.

      Follow the $$$$

      – Kids, this is your brain on Gateway Pundit. Don’t be like tinfoil. Just say no to Gateway Pundit.

    172. Robbie says:

      I really hope someone has done a wellness check on Putin simp Tucker Carlson. The news of yet more Ukrainian wins against his Mother Russia must have hit him hard.

    173. Tina says:

      The Russian hoaxer is back to bashing Walker.

      How predictable.

    174. Tina says:

      I think senators, globalists, d o d companies, and the atlantic council have “benefited” from the war bl

      We comm

    175. Tina says:

      It was a random crime.

      Techno Fog
      @Techno_Fog
      ·
      Sep 29
      New Court order on a Seth Rich FOIA lawsuit –

      The FBI is ordered to “produce the information it possesses related to Seth Rich’s laptop” within 14 days.

      credit to
      @Ty_Clevenger

    176. Tina says:

      Not good.

      John Cardillo

      @johncardillo
      ·
      2h
      N.Korea fires missile over Japan, evacuations in Tokyo.

      This is indirect response to the moron ?
      @KamalaHarris
      ? publicly saying we’re allies with North Korea.

      These lunatics are trying to start World War III. God help us.

    177. Hugh says:

      Well we really need Oz to win now

    178. Tina says:

      Walkers son deleted the tweet apparently.

      It’s strange. Walkers son wanted him to run. You can view his Twitter feed around 2/2022.

      And it figures that the pink state slob will bail.

    179. Tina says:

      Quote Tweet
      Actually, his tweets start around December of 2021.

      Christian Walker
      @ChristianWalk1r
      ·
      Dec 2, 2021
      Had the honor of introducing my dad, @HerschelWalker, last night at Mar a Lago.

      I got to preach about how authoritarian and HORRIFIC Democrats are, then got to hug a future senator. Perfect night.

    180. Bitterlaw says:

      Pink state slob?

    181. Wobbles says:

      I wish I had a son like Hunter Biden.

    182. Tina says:

      Erica Erickson

    183. Wobbles says:

      Just say no to Gateway Pundit.”

      I get all my news from MSNBC because they are unbiased.

    184. Tina says:

      109% accurate. That is why the grifters are upset over a proposal by Elon.

      Quote Tweet

      American Firebrand
      @FirebrandPAC
      ·
      2h
      Tucker: “Despite what you may hear on NBC News, Zelenskyy is not the leader of a democratic nation. Zelenskyy is a client of the Biden administration. And ideologues within the Biden administration did not want negotiated peace. They wanted regime change against Russia.”

    185. Bitterlaw says:

      Negotiated peace=Ukrainian surrender=Russian victory

    186. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina – Why are you supporting a Putin victory? Anything less than Russian forces being driven back to pre-invasion borders is a victory for Putin. You know that.

    187. NYCmike says:

      mAYBE bITTERLAW MISSED IT………

      Chicon says:
      October 3, 2022 at 8:54 pm
      168 – isn’t the analysis about what is in America’s best interest?

      Which is better for the USA, the settlement offered by Musk (I like Jason’s better, but I don’t think Putin would survive it, so he can’t accept it); or continued war with the possibility of NATO involvement?

    188. NYCmike says:

      When does Robbie start blaming DeSantis for the people who died in the last hurricane?

    189. NYCmike says:

      https://www.newsweek.com/ukraine-diplomat-aims-4-letter-blast-elon-musks-russia-peace-proposal-1748488

      -Bitterlaw,

      Without Elon Musk and his Starlink, Ukraine probably would have been lost months ago.

      Maybe this “diplomat” should tread more lightly, or Musk may just turn off Starlink.

      And this has nothing to do with Putin.

      Kiss our arse, and do as we say. Reform your government, reform your institutions, root out corruption, etc etc etc…
      Just because we want them to defeat Russia doesn’t mean Ukraine gets to play by their own rules!

    190. Tina says:

      I am suppporting a peace effort.

      More along the lines of Jason

      I don’t want ww 3, even though you want it Bl.

      Btw, who blew up nord 2?

      Pooty poot?

    191. Bitterlaw says:

      And this has nothing to do with Putin.

      Zzzzzzzzzz. A victorious and emboldened Putin is a threat to US interests. How can you pretend otherwise?

    192. Tina says:

      Surely, the Russian hoaxer and Erica would mention the abuse by Wornnuckle on his ex spouse.

      Greg Price

      @greg_price11
      “I’ve tried to be very quiet about the way that he is for the sake of my kids. I’ve tried to keep the way that he acts under wraps for a long time and today he crossed the line. And he is a great actor”

      Raphael Warnock’s ex-wife Ouleye after accusing him of running over her foot

    193. Bitterlaw says:

      Btw, who blew up nord 2?

      Most likely Putin. Any hard questions?

    194. NYCmike says:

      Victorious and emboldened!?!? That’s funny.

      Tell that diplomat to get in line. Do it privately if you want to, but let him know that Ukraine better be thankful for our help and should act accordingly towards us.

    195. Tina says:

      Lol, Pooty poot blew it up.

      Biden said he would blow it up.

      Blanked said it’s a tremendous opportunity.

      Guilty until proven innocent

    196. NYCmike says:

      CC

    197. Bitterlaw says:

      I am suppporting a peace effort that rewards Putin for invading Ukraine, murdering and wounding tens of thousands of Ukrainians, setting up fake evacuation corridors that he then ordered to be bombed and attacked with missiles, attacking a nuclear facility, and seizing Ukrainian territory.

      I fixed it for Tina.

    198. Phil says:

      Oh, don’t worry about it, Mike. Ol Robbie will get around to it. Not a doubt in my mind. Is there anyone on this site more predictable? He takes his daily talking point cues from CNN, MSNBC, the NYT – at the same time he likes to wave around BS poll results from his favorite MSM and university pollsters with pathetic track records.

    199. Bitterlaw says:

      So who does Gateway Pundit say caused the underwater explosions?

    200. Tina says:

      Pooty poot is also responsible for the gas price increase.

      And inflation.

      This, despite Biden’s Beotch approving all crs and the non. Infrastructure bill and Ukrainian grift.

    201. Tina says:

      Don’t worry, it’s $12 billion now, but come December Biden’s Beotch will approve a higher amount.

      As part of the new cr.

    202. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina – Just admit your “peace effort” is isolationist BS that seeks security that has not existed since the invention of the airplane.

    203. Tina says:

      Just admit that you don’t know that Pooty poot destroyed nord 2.

      And your Allie’s making that claim, such as the Commie, have little to,no credibility

    204. Bitterlaw says:

      Biden’s energy policies are the main cause of the rise in US energy prices. Putin is a vicious killer who needs to be defeated in Ukraine. Both can be true.

    205. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina gives out more free passes to Putin than NYC gives to Trump.

    206. Tina says:

      I gave no free passes to anyone.

      I just don’t believe The bs

      I was right on the laptop, Fauci, and the Russian hoax.

      While you were wrong on all 3.

    207. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      In regards to your birthplace, the market in NJ is crazy! I was hoping the prices might level off a bit since mortgage rates were heading upwards, but it hasn’t happened yet. The only thing I can hope is my house in Brooklyn keeps appreciating as well, if I make the move to NJ.

      We shall see.

    208. NYCmike says:

      Earlier, Wes posted a link to Kari Lake and a response to an abortion question – I thought she gave a wonderful answer!

      And once again – Robbie called her a bad candidate! Amazing his consistency!

    209. Tina says:

      Here, home prices are falling. 20% a year gains were not doable. There were some Bay Area realtor claimi)g thst the maeket would not fall.

      Glad that your area is doing well.

    210. NYCmike says:

      https://phys.org/news/2022-09-pacific-ocean-world-supercontinent.html

      -I’m sure a new Democratic tax could stop this from happening!!

    211. NYCmike says:

      Tina,

      Thanks.

      Lucky to be in a pretty safe neighborhood, AND I have a driveway, which is YUGE!

    212. Phil says:

      Putin blew up the pipeline?

      Did John Brennan tell you that?

    213. Bitterlaw says:

      What are you talking about? I never bought into the Russian hoax/collusion. Hunter Biden had a laptop I never saw so I could not defend him over it. Your god, Trump, made Fauci a media star. Not me.

      You absolutely are giving Putin a free pass by supporting a Ukrainian surrender that would allow him to retain the territory he seized. If you actually want Russia to pull all forces to pre-invasion borders, then say it. Of course, if Gateway Pundit or Tucker Carlson finds out, you will be on their naughty list.

    214. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      From Yahoo:

      “As backlash to the end of Roe v. Wade came to dominate U.S politics this summer, poll after poll showed the tide turning in Democrats’ favor — leading many to wonder whether President Biden’s side might avoid the sort of sweeping midterm losses that typically befall the party in power.

      But a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll suggests the winds may be shifting again — and that Democrats would be wise not to ignore new signs of Republican momentum, particularly around the all-important issue of inflation.”

    215. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      If I get a chance to see The Boss, do you still think he is worth it?

      I’ve never seen him.

    216. Tina says:

      This is what I am talking about regarding the sf Bay Area real estate.

      https://socketsite.com/archives/2022/09/biggest-drop-in-bay-area-house-values-since-2009.html

    217. Bitterlaw says:

      I never read John Brennan. I read several UK news sites a day. A lot of their experts are looking at Putin.

      Maybe Tina and Phil can tell us who really did it.

    218. Tina says:

      John Brennan believed the Russian hoax.

      Voted for a socialist candidate for President.

      Said the Russian laptop was Russian disinfo.

      Blames poooty poot for blowing up nord 2.

      Chances are he is a bs er or a drunk.

    219. NYCmike says:

      Tina,

      It’s criminal what has happened to San Francisco. Such a beautiful place, but what a sheothole!

    220. Bitterlaw says:

      My wife is the huge Springsteen fan. We are seeing him in March. She will be happy for 4 hours and I don’t have to speak.

      My dad’s house was on the market 5 days. Just agreed to an offer that is $110k over the asking price and they agreed to waive all inspections.

    221. NYCmike says:

      “and they agreed to waive all inspections.”

      -Wow! People are NVTS!

    222. Bitterlaw says:

      223. Now I am even happier I don’t read John Brendan’s work.

    223. Tina says:

      Couldn’t Russian had just turn off nord 2?

      Why blow it up?

      Car 54 where are you?

    224. Tina says:

      Also, why didn’t Pooty poot blow up the Norway eu pipeline?

    225. Phil says:

      Anyone who bought into those summer registered voter polls from the MSM and university pollsters should have their heads examined.

      You’d have to completely ignore:

      Response bias

      lousy track record of those pollsters

      Their failed polling methodologies they haven’t bothered to fix

      +

      All the fundamentals –

      Presidential approval numbers

      History of 1st term midterms for party in the WH

      Right track wrong track numbers

      State of the economy

      Watch Trafalgar and Baris polling data. It’s all that matters.

    226. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – Location. Location. Location.

      They either waived the inspections because they want to tear it down OR they know it needs so much work they are still getting a bargain after they fix it up.

    227. NYCmike says:

      Gotcha.

      The wife and I just saw Billy Joel, had a good time.

      I was looking at taking a vacation to Florida in February, and Bruce was down in Tampa and Orlando. I’m more inclined to spend $$ on vacation, easier to rationalize.

      We shall see.

      OR, I just found several cover bands, for Bruce, and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers……my wife won’t mind!

    228. Phil says:

      No , bitter. I can’t tell you who did it……and neither can you.

      That’s my point.

    229. NYCmike says:

      “NYC – Location. Location. Location.”

      -Understood, but those taxes……Wow! Once the kids are out of school, it’s a big expense.

    230. NYCmike says:

      “Anyone who bought into those summer registered voter polls from the MSM and university pollsters should have their heads examined.”

      -Robbie, phone call!

    231. Phil says:

      Robbie buys whatever his heroes in the MSM throw out there.

      End of story.

    232. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina – So what happened to the pipeline? You have all the answers. Share it with us.

    233. Tina says:

      And why was rhe uss kearsarge in close proximity to the nord 2 breach. The explosion was reported as seismic activity by Swedish officials

    234. Tina says:

      You cannot provide any proof that Pooty poot blow up his own pipeline. He could have shut it off and got the same effect.

    235. Tina says:

      No , bitter. I can’t tell you who did it……and neither can you.

      There is your answer.

    236. Bitterlaw says:

      The taxes are crazy. My dad’s house pays $20k per year. However, it is a top school system and less than private school.

      I have a friend who was paying $100k per year for his 3 girls at a private HS near me. He is a property developer and also owns commercial properties. $100k is insignificant to him.

    237. NYCmike says:

      Still say Trump had the right idea when it came to Putin/Russia – speak as friends publicly, pump as much oil as possible here in the United States so that the price of oil stays low and keeps Putin’s available revenues low as well, while privately telling him if he invades Ukraine or anywhere else the United States would bomb Moscow…….unfortunately, “81 million” American ballots thought otherwise…..

    238. Bitterlaw says:

      So if Tina does not know who caused the pipeline explosions, she can’t say I’m wrong for saying it was most likely Putin. Glad that is settled.

    239. Tina says:

      With respect to the walker matter and the abortion, I am glad that the drats are anti abortion.

    240. Tina says:

      (At least for today)

    241. Bitterlaw says:

      239 Tina is getting dangerously close to “9//11 was an inside job” territory.

    242. Tina says:

      That is a navy vessel close to the area of implosion.

      That is not reported by me, but polish officials.

      You neeed ro take that up with them as to why they were even in the area.

      And what they did or did not do.

    243. NYCmike says:

      Cheers, and Good Night to all.

    244. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      190. “Tina – Why are you supporting a Putin victory? Anything less than Russian forces being driven back to pre-invasion borders is a victory for Putin. You know that.”

      Agree Bitter.

      Tucker Carlson has become Putin’s stooge and mouth piece. He advocates whatever position that Putin’s propaganda is curently spouting.

      Who can forget Tucker Carlson on August 7th, who along with Putin lackey Douglas MacGregor, was stating that things were going so badly for the Ukraine that Russia was close to victory. The next day the Ukrainians went on the offensive and took a massive amount of their territory back.

      Ukrainians remain on the offensive, and now Putin faces possible defeat. Suddenly the Russians are interested in a cease fire — so Carlson and other Russian lackeys are pushing the cease fire as well. What a surprise.

      As far as Elon Musk’s proposal, I believe the Ukrainians have the right to decide if they want to join NATO or stay neutral. Frankly, I am tired of tech leaders like Bill Gates or Google, etc. believing they are in a superior moral position to start dictating how the world should be run.

    245. Tgca says:

      It is highly unlikely Pootin would destroy his own pipeline that will pay him and his country benefits for decades to come.

      That’s up there with Bush and team brought down the WTC with planted C4.

      In fact, it’s probably more likely the US and others had a hand in destroying the pipeline than Pootin.

    246. Tgca says:

      Nobody is supporting a Pootin victory here. That’s just absurd!

      Just because some here don’t agree on all aspects or approach to a solution doesn’t make them supporters of Pootin or a Russian victory.

      That is childish and naive approach to foreign policy.

    247. Tgca says:

      Why any conservative would go to a Bruce Springsteen concert is beyond me. This guy hates what conservatives stand for.

      Speak about useful idiots! This radical lefty POS takes your money to not only insult you but actively work against you and your interests and to do everything in his power to ensure you are isolated and targeted by radical libs.

      Mind as well go to Democratic fundraising dinner and donate to the plate.

      I personally refuse to contribute to the income of anyone that wants to destroy what I believe in.

    248. Phil says:

      Nobody is supporting a Putin victory here.

      That’s absolutely true.

      When you bring up legit questions about Ukraine policy instead of addressing those questions it’s just convenient to scream Putin stooge or something equally ridiculous. Sort of how liberals cut off debate by screaming racist.

      It’s gotten old.

    249. Tgca says:

      254. Phil

      Don’t you know that Henry Kissinger supports Pootin as well yand is an APPEASER because he has a different view than the very few here that spout Zelenskyy talking points?

    250. Bitterlaw says:

      Born to Run is a great song regardless of politics.

      Tacan has taken so many anti-conservative positions that his judgement is worthless. He rejects Reagan was great, hates landlords earning a profit on their properties, and wants government to control housing costs.

      If you agree with Putin keeping any Ukrainian territory, then you support a Putin victory. How would Russia invading and seizing Ukrainian territory not be a Putin victory?

    251. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Meanwhile, the other country Putin considers part of his “Greater Russia” is distancing itself:

      “Belarus TV Guest Hits Back After Being Told Country Is ‘Part of Russia’

      A Russian State TV guest was corrected by a Belarus guest in a tense moment that has now gone viral on social media.

      Dmitry Sablin, the deputy chairman of the Defense Committee, gave a monologue about where he feels Russia is currently in its war with Ukraine before speaking about Belarus.

      “Tonight on Russian State TV: The mood is grim, look at their faces,” she wrote as a caption.

      “Dmitry Sablin, deputy chairman of the Defense Committee, admits that Russia desperately needs ‘to stop and regroup’ and is experiencing all sorts of shortages, compared to Ukraine that has it all, and then some.”

      During his speech, Sablin insisted it was not a war between Russia and Ukraine but between Russia and the West.

      He also complained that Ukraine is getting military support and aide from multiple nations while Russia has no allies and needed to regroup to continue.

      Following his speech, Russian State TV host Vladimir Solovyov said: “A small correction: You said we have no allies, but we do have Belarus.”

      Sablin hit back, while smiling: “Belarus is a part of Russia.”

      Belarus TV host guest Vadim Gigin interrupted and sternly said: “No Belarus is an independent nation, it’s a republic.”

    252. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      A just-released Mason-Dixon Poll of Florida RV’s shows Rubio at 47% and the Val Dumpling at 41%. There are no crosstabs and not a word on the Governor’s race.

      https://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/new-poll-shows-rubio-holding-lead-over-demings-in-florida-senate-race-mason-dixon/2874398/

    253. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      FWIW considering that it’s a Survey USA poll of LV’s.
      In the NC Senate race, Budd(R) is +1.

      https://www.surveyusa.com/client/PollReport.aspx?g=97eb868a-a6ae-4ed5-b5c1-2e8891119914

    254. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      USA/Suffolk Has The PA race for the Senate as Oz -6 and Mastriano -11. In its last poll, Oz was -9.
      A quick fisk:
      The PID is D+4. In 2020 according to CNN, it was R+1.
      Caucasions are underrepresented by 5%.

      https://www.suffolk.edu/-/media/suffolk/documents/academics/research-at-suffolk/suprc/polls/other-states/2022/10_4_2022_marginals.pdf?la=en&hash=C227D75ECA6A0095B6B09219976B087DD7AF24E0

    255. Tina says:

      BREAKING: John Fetterman endorses gun confiscation.

      “I’ve always supported a ban to the assault rifle ownership” – John Fetterman pic.twitter.com/j6BM2lDZZC

    256. Tina says:

      Biden threatening to destroy nord 2 (if Pooty poot invades Ukraine).

      https://fortune.com/2022/02/08/germany-nord-stream-2-russia-ukraine-biden-scholz/

    257. Tina says:

      “We will bring an end to it (nord 2”

      “I assure you we can do it.”

    258. DW says:

      #165 – Thanks Cow, will add that one to the list.

    259. jason says:

      Phil says:
      October 4, 2022 at 1:35 am

      Nobody is supporting a Putin victory here.

      That’s absolutely true.”

      Zzzzz…

      If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, I call it a duck.

      If you want to deny the Ukrainians the weapons and aid that are the only thing that keeps Putin from winning, then you want Putin to win.

      The Putin appeasers, toadies and sycophants here as well as their little Putin lapdog Tucker Carlson DO want Putin to win, they just beat around the bush and are too dishonest to come right out and say it.

      No free lunch.

    260. Gordon Allen says:

      Steeple: Suffolk is auditioning for the Quinnipiac poll position this cycle.

    261. DW says:

      From RRH:
      WA-Sen: This is insane. The Seattle Seahawks sent a cease and desist letter to Tiffany Smiley (R) because her campaign was running a TV ad in which her War hero husband who was blinded while serving our country in the Army in Iraq was wearing a Seahawks jersey for about two seconds in one of her campaign ads. What makes this even more absurd is that the Seahawks actually gave Scotty Smiley the jersey he was wearing in the ad when they honored him ahead of a home game back in 2014. Guess the Seahawks “honoring” of vets only goes so far. Also worth noting that numerous Democratic candidates, including Smiley’s opponent Sen. Patty Murray (D) have worn Seahawks jerseys in their ads and to our knowledge none of them have received cease and desist letters.

    262. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #267- GA
      Good news from Upstate NY. In a toss-up Congressional race, Siena College has the Republican candidate +5.(538 has it as Democratic by a few pts.)
      Albeit, The Democrat candidate has a great surname for NYS——Canole!
      As an aside, Suffolk and Marist are neck and neck with Quinn in third place and moving-up. What they have in common is they are all college posters.

      https://myemail.constantcontact.com/Rep-Williams-Leads-Dem-Conole-45-40–in-NY-22–Both-Candidates-Are-Largely-Unknown-to-Voters.html?soid=1121049327817&aid=0QGhUJf08KY

    263. Tom says:

      Wow what a scumbag

      “U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock’s campaign was in turmoil Monday after his adult son accused his father of threatening to kill his family members, an accusation that came after a news outlet reported the Democrat paid his then-girlfriend in 2009 to have an abortion despite her desire to carry the baby to term,” the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

    264. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I actually share Tina’s suspicion about what happened to the Nordstream pipeline. It might have been a cross-the-Rubicon event.

      Here is a comment from an energy expert. A Russian who moved to the West, and does not like Putin:

      “What is Moscow’s long-term solution?

      I do not think there is a long-term sustainable solution. The whole expectation was that the invasion – the special operation as they call it – would be short and successful. When it became clear that Plan A did not work they switched to Plan B, which was about blackmailing Europe with natural gas supplies. Russian leadership was expecting European politicians would be frightened by this prospect of a cold winter and give up Ukraine but it didn’t happen. We see now with the sabotage (of Nord Stream) that even if there was a settlement Russia will not be able to supply additional gas. This is an unexpected development and seems there was no Plan C prepared.”

    265. ken says:

      republicans win every close senate seat the pick up will be 5-7 seats and in the house 40 plus. no doubt or question. they pick up every governor race including NY, Ct, PA, Wisconsin, MI, Minn, and Oregon

    266. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #270- Tom
      jason is right. The level of trolling by Democrats on this blog is very poor. You need to return to DKos and take more classes on trolling.
      The story you claim in #270 substitutes the name Warnock for Walker. The claim against Walker is from, of all publications, The Daily Beast. It has not been substantiated and Walker denies it.
      Walker’s son may be a victim of this attempted smear. He is taking it hard and really went off on his father. I am sure you are very proud of the Democrats and yourself.
      Grow up and get a life!

    267. DW says:

      Here is what troll Tom believes:

      1) You should have been killed before escaping from the womb. Every abortion is a cause for celebration. One less person to cause global warming and one less person for the powerful Democrat elites to have to control.

      2) Now that you are born, the Democratic Party insists your life is meaningless. You have no value at all, no reason to be here, and no purpose—other than voting Democratic Party your whole life so as to keep powerful Democrat elites in power.

      3) You are guaranteed by the Democratic Party Elites to have the inalienable right to live as irresponsibly as possible, without having to face any consequences.

      4) The educational system is designed to teach you from Kindergarten through graduate school that you are to be completely dependent on the federal and state government.

      5) The federal government is the only religion of the Democratic Party. Its two sacraments are abortion and entitlement spending.

      6) Society should gorge on all manner of drugs and opiates, keeping the masses in a state of delusion so long as they are mentally keen enough to complete a ballot to keep Democrat elites in power.

      7) There should be no criminal consequences to drug related crimes.

      8) Crime itself is complex and difficult to quantify. Citizens should be restrained and put through the corrections system when their actions restrict or hinder the continued Democratic party control of government.

      9) Criminal corrections are not necessary and are in fact harmful for acts committed that in no way hinder Democratic Party power and control.

      10) The term “country” is racist and harmful. There should be no borders at all, and no check on people who may freely enter our society from elsewhere. The only restriction would be the influx of peoples who may threaten Democratic party control.

      11) Your life is best lived as a freak. Declare yourself to be something you are not. Mar your body with as many piercings and modifications as you can possibly tolerate. The Democratic Party elites will prosecute and imprison anyone who questions your decision to declare yourself to be something you are not.

      12) You should mutilate your genitals so that you will no longer be able to function in terms of reproduction.

      13) The genitals of children should be mutilated before the kids grow up and have a chance to understand life and understand the gravity of their decisions.

      14) Government schools will leverage their teachers to use their influence in pressuring kids toward being mutilated, and this activity will be kept hidden from the interference of parents.

      15) Those born as biological ‘men’ have the right and ability to become pregnant and give birth to babies.

      16) Those born as biological ‘women’ have the right and ability to father their own biological children.

      17) Every member of society has the right to be joined in matrimony to any number of persons, animals, inanimate objects, or to oneself.

      18) The powerful Democratic Party elites in the federal government control all health-care, and decide based on a panel of their own experts which members of society are worthy enough to receive healthcare.

      19) The Democratic Party in power will establish a Ministry of Truth to control, for the historical record, what is deemed factual versus false, and then imprison those who speak contrary ideas.

      20) The purpose of federal, state, and local elections is to empower Democratic Party elites. All election rules, procedures, oversight, counting of ballots, etc., will be controlled by Democratic Party elites to ensure the intended outcome, and present to the public assurances as to the integrity of the results.

      21) Every time someone dies, this event will be exploited to further grab guns from citizens as the Democratic Party elites work tirelessly to reach the eventual goal of only themselves, their body guards, and criminals who will own and use guns.

      22) The exception to #21 includes shooting deaths in liberal utopia urban centers like Chicago, where the news media reports no poverty, no homelessness, no shooting deaths, and no crime.

      23) The global climate is dangerously volatile so long as this condition provides the Democratic Party elites opportunity to advance its purposes through removal of personal freedom.

      24) World health is always at risk of a world-wide pandemic, enabling Democratic Party elites to quickly enforce draconian requirements, restrictions, and loss of freedom of movement for everyone except themselves.

      25) Fossil fuels are intrinsically evil and racist, as they provide an unfair advantage to the rich who can exploit them for their own pleasure and freedom of travel.

      26) The Democratic Party elites continue to work tirelessly to destroy the oil industry, creating an economic environment where the price of gasoline will skyrocket to the point where society no longer will purchase this fuel. The only exception will be Democratic Party elites who will continue to fly around in private jets and chauffeured limos.

      27) The permanent solution to the endless rise in heating oil will be the wearing of additional sweaters as a protection against the cold.

      28) The Department of Energy will partner with FEMA to provide roving crematoriums so that the bodies of the elderly who freeze to death in the northern climates will be quickly cremated, and the heat from this process will be used to warm the houses of those who remain in the local community.

      29) Electric cars and light-rail trains will be the only means of transportation allowed in the country, with the exception being Democratic Party elites whose free movement is in the interests of national security.

      30) The Department of Transportation will save the country an estimated 400 billion dollars annually by allowing all interstate highways, bridges, tunnels, US routes, state and county highways, local streets and roads to fall into permanent decay and disrepair.

      31) The money saved by #30 will be used to study the long-term benefits of people living as freaks (see #11).

      32) Society will be best served by everyone living in extreme poverty, without transportation other than the aforementioned electric cars and light rail. Local stores will provide everyone with a free shopping cart to be used to walk their purchases home from stores.

      33) Inflation is always the result of corporate greed.

      34) The simplest way to fight inflation is simply printing more money, and increased entitlement spending.

      35) Minimum wage should be increased to $100 an hour so that everyone will be able to live a comfortable life.

      36) Democrats firmly believe everyone should hate the nation’s founders, past heroes, national accomplishments, the U.S. flag, and the national anthem. All of these things are the works of evil oppressors.

      37) AOC is the future of the party.

    268. Phil says:

      Keep supplying unlimited billions to Ukraine or “you want Putin to win”

      I love it here.

      What if we don’t have it?

      Who cares? Just print it, baby!

    269. Phil says:

      That does sound like the Democratic platform alright, DW.

    270. Cash Cow TM says:

      MSM ONLINE HEADLINES TODAY
      OUT OF 30 HEADLINES (INCLUDING SEVERAL ADS)

      10 were about TRUMP

      8 were about politics
      INCLUDING 3 ABOUT ELECTION CASES IN GA

    271. Cash Cow TM says:

      ON AOL NEWS

      4 OUT OF 52 NEWS STORIES ARE ABOUT TRUMP

      ARE ABOUT POLITICS
      INCLUDING:
      –Hershel Walker’s son furious with him over abortion claim
      –SCOTUS rules against the MyPillow guy
      –What Rubio says he won’t support in hurricane relief
      –California ends war on jaywalkers
      –SCOTUS to hear challenges to internet copanies legal immunity
      –Biden committed to helping Puerto Rico
      –Ketanji Brown Jackson makes history on SCOTUS
      –GOP cuts Dem lead in key demographic

      See a pattern?

    272. Tgca says:

      256

      Who is Tacan? I’d like to know him/her/it or whatever preferred pronouns are applicable.

      Being conservative does not mean undying idolatry to a president who was good but NOT great and transitioned from a radical liberal to a student of conservatism under REAL conservative idealists who mentored him into what a conservative should be. Translation, Reagan was taught to be a conservative by real conservative thinkers of his time.

      I guess Tacan is in good company as an anti-conservative just like Reagan who passed the largest tax increase in CA history up to his time, ushered in ABORTION in his state, banned carrying guns in CA, sent in armed forces to protesting students in a park that resulted in one’s death, and expanded federal gubbermint spending and ballooned the deficit in the 80s to levels unprecedented in peacetime.

      Those sound pretty ANTI-CONSERVATIVE to me, and that’s before he spent 30+ years supporting Dems as a registered Dem helping Dem policies get woven into our national psyche forever.

      If Tacan is anti-conservative, clearly Reagan was too with those lefty actions he took for 30+ years as a Dem and then years as a GOPer.

    273. Bitterlaw says:

      Just for something different, here is the Daily Mail’s take on House races,

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11264895/midterm-elections-2022-races-watch.html

    274. Tgca says:

      256

      So because you like a song it’s ok to sell your soul to the opposition?

      …and then you wonder why most think you support wokesters in sports and cozy up to the libs you run in circles with – because your personal enjoyment is more important than your principles.

      Where I come from we call this hypocritical and shallow.

    275. Bitterlaw says:

      The sad little clown knows Tacan was an autocorrect typo for him. I will never understand his need to diminish Reagan just to build up Trump.

    276. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t run in any circles. I’m home most of the time. I can separate politics from entertainment/sports because I am an adult. Do you really want to go into the politics of your favorite movies? Your old favorites were probably directed by Democrats and starred Democrats.

      The last concert I attended was the Goo Goo Dolls. It did not turn me into a resident of Buffalo.

    277. Robbie says:

      Josh Kraushaar
      @JoshKraushaar

      Charles Krauthammer, 1992:

      “Take away the blot of the Holocaust and we are back to the 1930s when the fascist idea had an appeal, a promise, and a future — back to a time when [Pat] Buchanan’s brand of dark and intolerant conservatism was at its apogee”

      – This is why so many in this forum are so entranced by Trump. They secretly want a strong man who rules without oversight, so long as the strong man rules the way this forum likes.

    278. Bitterlaw says:

      My wife has been a fan of Springsteen for 40+ years. She voted for Trump in 2020. Both can be true.

    279. Chicon says:

      284 – you’re quite separated from reality. Get help.

    280. Tgca says:

      282

      I don’t diminish Reagan. My views on him have been consistent long before Trump entered politics.

      I always thought Reagan did a good job and like many presidents, Clinton in particular, benefitted greatly in timing as well.

      If that makes the Regan sycophants insecure, that’s there problem.

      They sound like Hollywood leftists who chant how great Clinton and Obama were. It’s delusional if you actually look at the record.

    281. Phil says:

      secretly want a strong man who rules without oversight.

      You mean like the current regime? We already have that now…..and exactly no complaints from Robbie.

    282. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      284. If Trump wins again in 2024, it won’t because voters thinks he is a 21st century Mussolini. It will be because people want a return to successful economic policies, and a government not trying to push crazy leftist social ideas on people. I personally dislike Trump, but will vote for him to get the far leftists loons out of office, knowing he is firm enough to resist the daily firestorm of attacks by the far left, and not buckle.

    283. Tgca says:

      283

      The difference is watching old movies is not the same as actively supporting someone financially who wishes to destroy you today.

      Besides, most old Hollywood were not like libs today. Most Old Hollywood were American supporters and had many GOPers. Reagan was just not one of the latter. Zing!

      Springsteen is a far leftist POS who will do a concert to support any lefty event that will harm conservatives.

      I guess the Bitter family would be ok supporting neo-Nazi or anti-Israel musicians as long as they like their songs because as adults they can separate their music from their politics.

      Down with the Jews but hey they sing great so I’m going to their concert.

    284. Tgca says:

      285

      My wife has been a fan of Springsteen for 40+ years. She voted for Trump in 2020. Both can be true.

      Fine!

      Just like HHR posters can disagree about how to best resolve the Russian-Ukraine War and not support Russia.

      BOTH CAN BE TRUE!

    285. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag now saying all Trump supporters are fascists?

      I guess his far left brainwashing at MSNBC is now complete.

      He graduated.

    286. Tgca says:

      284

      Umm…wasn’t it the war criminal Bush clan that tried to rough ride over all others and force their will on the people of the world? Like an illegal invasion of Iraq for building business alliances to make money.

      Hey! What’s a million or more Middle East lives if we Americans can make some money.

    287. jason says:

      Reagan was a true doctrinaire conservative, who spent decades advance conservatism not only as an elected official, but as a speaker and writer. Reagan was the most influential conservative of his time, he moved the country (and world) to the right. Reagan was a true conservative, and calling him anti-conservative confirms Tgca is a clueless clown.

      He wasn’t an “instant conservative” like Trump, who was funding Chuck Schumer up to half a dozen years before he became President, and who wears a “conservative” hat as a momentary convenience.

      Reagan didn’t view conservatism as an opportunistic means to power. It was part of his soul.

    288. jason says:

      Like an illegal invasion of Iraq”

      Repeating this canard over and over a la Goebbels doesn’t make it true.

      There was nothing “illegal” about it.

    289. Tgca says:

      292

      We already knew Trump supporters were fascists so don’t act surprised silly boy.

      Biden told us that in a speech last month.

      …and here I was all content just being a Walmart DEPLORABLE!

      Now let’s discuss why Reagan was a GOOD but NOT GREAT POTUS.

    290. jason says:

      Keep supplying unlimited billions to Ukraine or “you want Putin to win”

      Sounds right to me.

      Glad Phil is getting onboard.

      Let’s keep Putin from winning whatever it costs.

      Because if he wins in Ukraine the “unlimited billions” will turn into “unlimited trillions”.

    291. Tgca says:

      The vast majority of the world, including many Americans allies, considered it illegal and wanted no part in it and refused to support it and those few smaller countries that support it later complained they were coerced in order to get other support from the US.

      Our own SoS later disavowed his support and told us he and the country were misled.

      If invading Iraq was not illegal I guess invading Ukraine is also not illegal and China displacing Uyghurs us not illegal either.

    292. Bitterlaw says:

      290 You know my wife is Jewish. She is not a self-hating Jew like Corey. GFY

    293. Tgca says:

      It’s odd how during the Cold War, the US enjoyed its greatest prosperity in history.

      Those Russians were such a threat! Not really as it turns out. It was all a head fake. USSR was doomed to collapse as its adversaries in the west went on to prosper.

      By the 1970s, the writing was on the wall. USSR was sliding down fast and their demise in the new world was inevitable.

      Outside of nuclear war, not likely, there is little to fear from Russia, as we’ve seen the last 6 months.

    294. jason says:

      Reagan was the GREATEST Potus of the 20th century.

      Fixed it for Tgca.

      And funny that Tgca whines about Reagan “ushering in abortion” in CA (it was called the Therapeutic Abortion Law that allowed abortions in 2 cases, rape or incest or physical or mental health of mother, and it in effect only legalized about 2% of the abortions in CA). He removed from the law a provision making it legal to abort “deformed babies”). Reagan was consistently pro-life despite signing this bill.

      Contrast this with Trump, who is actually on tape saying he is “very pro-choice” and ok with partial birth abortions.

      Again Reagan was pro-life by conscience. Trump became pro-life because he couldn’t win the R nomination if he didn’t change.

    295. Tgca says:

      299

      No one is saying your wife or Corey are self-hating Jews. You need to develop your reading comprehension.

      It’s being pointed out, as an analogy that it makes no sense to support those that wish to harm you.

      It’s like Catholics or AA supporting the KKK. It defies common sense.

    296. jason says:

      The vast majority of the world, including many Americans allies, considered it illegal”

      LOL

      This is the guy who attacks Zelensky for being for “world government”, but if the “majority of the world” criticizes America, then “world government” is ok.

      The hypocrisy is astounding.

      The invasion of Iraq was not illegal. Period.

    297. Tom says:

      I am the real Tom and I did not post #270.

    298. Wes says:

      Ken, I think you may be setting yourself up for disappointment. Rarely are even wave elections as thoroughly one-sided as you seem to think.

      Republicans will definitely do well in five weeks, but the number of flips you’re predicting is simply unrealistic.

    299. jason says:

      Springsteen is a rabid leftist who uses his music as an indoctrination tool to promote his Marxist ideology.

      Bitter’s wife is entitled to like the music of any entertainer she wants.

      Both can be true.

    300. Tgca says:

      301

      Ha! Ha! Ha!

      Reagan makes ABORTION legal in CA, one of the very 1st states to legalize it, like half a decade + before Roe v. Wade and Jadon calls that protecting life.

      Nearly 50 years later, over 60 million American babies have been protected by being ABORTED. OKAAAAAAAY!

      I guess that’s like the radical Muslim dads and brothers who kill their daughters to save them.

      What Jadon fails to mention and even Reagan later acknowledged that a woman could seek an ABORTION just by claiming mental health concerns so removing the deformed provision was meaningless.

      I’m depressed I can’t go out and party with friends if I’m a mommy so let me kill my baby.

      It’s funny how these folks twist themselves into a pretzel to defend Reagan’s past liberal actions,

    301. jason says:

      This really could be trouble for Walker.

      “Georgia Republican senate candidate Herschel Walker has been ordered to attend mediation for a custody dispute with his ex-wife, after she accused him of neglecting visitation with their two young children and failing to pay childcare expenses.

      The allegations against Walker could undercut his campaign branding as an advocate for women, children, and low-income families. But if the mediation is successful, it could allow Walker to settle the feud outside of court—and away from the public spotlight—as he mounts a campaign for one of the most hotly contested seats in the midterm elections.

      In a court filing in February, Ndoye accused Walker of leaving her “financially strapped” by refusing to reimburse her for childcare expenses. She said Walker also “routinely neglects” to give her notice when he is traveling out of town during his visitation days, and instead has the children “picked up from school by friends and [leaves] them with various babysitters overnight” while he is away.

      Ndoye claimed Walker also refused to return personal items that were awarded to her in divorce agreement. She asked the court to hold him in contempt for violating the custody order and that it be revised to allow her to move the children to Massachusetts, where she plans to attend a program at Harvard.

      Ndoye accused Walker of driving over her foot during an argument in 2020, a charge he has denied.”

    302. jason says:

      Reagan makes ABORTION legal in CA”

      Abortion was already legal in CA to protect life of the mother. The law Reagan signed liberalized it somewhat to include rape and incest and mental health.

      Of the 100,000 illegal abortions occurring every year in CA, this law only “legalized” about 2%, about 2,000 more abortions a year became legal.

    303. Bitterlaw says:

      My wife is not going to be influenced by Springsteen’s ideology. She is very intelligent and generally not political. I doubt that Jungle Land or Back Streets is going to make her read Mao’s little red book or Das Kapital.

    304. Tgca says:

      306

      I don’t disagree that people can support leftist entertainers. That’s what’s great about a TRUE democracy.

      My point was the hypocrisy to criticize others for your belief they support the wrong thing when you do the same.

      Hey! Joy Reid mocked and degraded homosexuals with her tweets but she is still supported by gays regardless.

      Hillary Clinton is on record as being against gay marriage until it became popular not to be but gay men love her.

      Clinton is credibly accused of sexually assaulting and abusing women but women groups love him.

      It’s all HYPOCRISY!

    305. Gordon Allen says:

      Phil: the amount of money spent on the Ukraine is pocket change compared to Green New Deal et al spending. We don’t have that money either.
      My concern is are we sending weapons at a level that degrades our military readiness

    306. DW says:

      Wes, I am not sure ‘ken’ was posting seriously. Maybe, but every two years here we always seem to have someone posting here who says the GOP (or Dems) will win every close race.

      But as you rightly point out, even the biggest wave elections always miss a few opportunities. Its just the way it is.

      That being said, I would not be shocked by a GOP surprise here or there. Sort of like Edward Durr in New Jersey. Other Dem incumbents in NJ survived, but Edward Durr took down a big one.

      So I could see a shock in the NH or WA senate race coming, but maybe not. But if that happens, there will also likely be a disappointment too.

    307. Bitterlaw says:

      307 Irony meter explodes as the sad little clown attacks Reagan’s liberal positions in the 1960s but completely ignores Trump’s liberal positions and major donations to Democrats in the 1980-2012.

    308. Tgca says:

      310

      It’s not about being influenced. It’s about what’s important to you personally.

      So if an entertainer you like calls for the defeat of Israel or supports the KKK, you would still pay money to see them so they can spread their hate against Jews and Catholics?

      There are entertainers I previously enjoyed but that became so radically left that I refuse to be their useful idiot and contribute to their success through my purchasing power so they can continue to degrade me and push an agenda that limits my rights.

    309. jason says:

      Reagan was very pro-life all his life, and signed a law that liberalized 2% of abortions in CA, and which later he said went farther than he wanted.

      That makes him anti-conservative.

      Trump was “very pro-choice” and approved of disgusting partial birth abortions on demand most of his life, only “changing” his views to run for office as a Republican.

      That makes him a true conservative.

    310. Bitterlaw says:

      RIP, Loretta Lynn

    311. ken says:

      wes you will eat crow!!!

    312. GF says:

      TACAN is the “Tactical Antenna” found atop the masts of US warships. It’s used to help vector aircraft into position for an intercept.

      To get this into contention for Gayest Post of the Day, I’ll clarify by saying that by “intercept,” I mean that Maverick can ride my tail anytime.

    313. Gordon Allen says:

      We don’t have the industrial base for arms we did in WW2,or in the 80’s,which some don’t seem to get.
      Contrary to the belief here that Putin falling would be good,there’s every chance his successor would be worse. His critics from his right are flat urging use of tacticzl,tactical, yield nukes..now

    314. Bitterlaw says:

      As a Catholic married to a Jew, I would not support a KKK or Neo-Nazi group. Not sure where such music exists but I am sure it could be found. Comparing Springsteen to the KKK is absurd. His ideology is left but the tickets to his shows are not free.

    315. jason says:

      Phil: the amount of money spent on the Ukraine is pocket change compared to Green New Deal et al spending. We don’t have that money either.
      My concern is are we sending weapons at a level that degrades our military readiness”

      Wow, Neville Allen finally says something that is not Putin propaganda.

      The military readiness part is a legitimate concern, and it should be addressed.

      However, I suspect with most of these weapons there is enough back-up and production to cover these shipments.

    316. jason says:

      ken says:
      October 4, 2022 at 11:43 am

      wes you will eat crow!!!”

      I think he likes his meat medium rare…

    317. Tgca says:

      314

      There you go again.

      I don’t deny Trump gave money to Dems. In fact, I did a full blown analysis of this year-by-year last year that showed how much Trump gave to both parties on the state and fed levels and the GOP came out well beyond the dems in donations.

      My point again is you mock others but idolize someone who was not only a lib/Dem for 30+ years but runs away from his own record on some of those positions later on in his life…like after he was in his 50s and 60s.

      I am not against your support of Reagan, as I also supported him.

      I am against the HYPOCRISY around Reagan compared to others.

    318. Gordon Allen says:

      Low yield( below 10 kilotons). The argument ade is that Russian law stipulates use of nuclear weapons is authorized if conventional forces attack Russian territory ( annexed?).
      Putin might not be as bad as the next guy in line.

    319. Tgca says:

      321

      There are entertainers around the world who most definitely are anti-Israel and make it known, and many refuse to perform in Israel or lend their voices to anti-Israeli events just like Springsteen does against conservatives.

      Springsteen supports radical lefties who wish to destroy conservatives and everything they stand for, including denying them basic civil rights and targeting them for imprisonment. That is no different than what most KKK supporters support.

    320. jason says:

      Comparing Springsteen to the KKK is absurd. His ideology is left but the tickets to his shows are not free”

      Springsteen is a radical leftist who believes in Marx’s dictatorship of the proletariat.

      The comparison to the KKK is wrong because you can make the argument Marxism is not racist.

      However, it is a regime that is responsible for millions of deaths, imprisonment, forced labor, torture, etc around the world.

      But Bitter is quite consistent here. He doesn’t care about what football players do off the field because it is not relevant to him watching the game. He doesn’t care that the Pope is a Communist because it is not relevant to him attending Mass. He doesn’t mind Springsteen’s ideology because he likes the music.

    321. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      296. “Let’s keep Putin from winning whatever it costs.”

      Actually, Putin made a major mistake in not granting the request of his military and allowing them to withdraw from Kherson Oblast. Now about 20,000 Russian troops are trapped as the Ukrainians have completely occupied the land routes used to supply them. They could try and get supplies across the Dnieper River, but the Ukrainians keep the bridges knocked out.

      Meanwhile the Ukrainians are continuing their offensive into Luhansk, and as in Lyman it appears Russian troops continue to retreat.

      It is reported that a lot of Russians are surrendering now. If they become demoralized, they may refuse to flight like Russians did in World War I. Russians media and bloggers are openly criticizing what a disaster the war effort and mobilization have become. Things not looking good for Putin.

    322. Tina says:

      Yes we are fascist. Biden is a fascist as he has is unjustice department and ss (fib).

      The Russian hoaxer makes sense today.

    323. Tina says:

      Cara TXZEAL
      @Cara_TXZEAL
      ·
      24m
      91% of CEOs see tougher recession: KPMG https://foxbusiness.com/markets/ceos-see-tougher-recession-kpmg… #FoxBusiness

    324. Tgca says:

      Also, if a conservative wants to listen to their old Springsteen recordings, I am not against that either.

      But again, I would not contribute to their current earnings by buying their products or attending their events so they can lecture us or use their bully pulpit and money to target my beliefs and freedoms.

      That is why I refuse to spend money on any public figure that routinely attacks my beliefs and puts my freedom at risk.

      We’re not talking about one-off comments or remarks but a pattern of radical lefty behavior.

    325. Bitterlaw says:

      It is remarkable how soft-minded people here would actually be influenced by an athlete or entertainer.

      My wife would shred the sad little clown’s logic but she would probably just feel pity for him.

    326. jason says:

      “Are you worried at all that [your push to “Defund the Police”] could hurt some of your colleagues going into the midterm elections?”

      Democrat Rep. Cori Bush: “We can’t get caught up on the words”

    327. jason says:

      It is remarkable how soft-minded people here would actually be influenced by an athlete or entertainer.”

      If people were not influenced by celebrities they wouldn’t be doing TV ads all the time.

    328. Tgca says:

      327

      I’m not talking about racism but about being against your beliefs and wanting your forced compliance or destruction.

      KKK are religious and racist bigots and want to see people forced to their beliefs while ostracizing others.

      Like the radical lefties, the vast majority of the KKK do not seriously call for killing people but instead denying them of their beliefs and rights.

      That is where I believe the comparison of Springsteen’s support to radical leftist to the KKK is justified

      Pick your poison but the result is the same. They want to silence you and tear you down so your beliefs and being can no longer exist. They both want their version of America.

    329. Tgca says:

      332

      I would gladly debate your wife any day as to why she would financially contribute to someone who hates everything about her husband’s belief system and would like to see people like her husband not exist.

      Is that a debate your wife really would want to have?

      Anyway, this is not about your wife but about why you support contributing to leftists causes that use that money to further attack conservatives.

      You mind as well donate to BLM and ANTIFA if you want to contribute financially to radical leftists.

    330. Bitterlaw says:

      Stop digging and “explaining.” My beliefs are strong enough to withstand Back Streets or Tenth Avenue Freezeout.

      Maybe the sad little clown should go after NYC. He started this conversation about Springsteen.

    331. Tgca says:

      335

      EGGS-zackwee!

      Celebrities doing commercials, along with attractive busty women in little to no very revealing clothing get people’s attention and can indoctrinate folks.

    332. Bitterlaw says:

      My wife is a better person than I am. She would know you are a sad little clown and take it easy on you.

    333. Tgca says:

      337

      Deflection.

      I don’t support anyone financially that routinely and actively works against my interests in a detrimental fashion, especially if they are related to my core beliefs and freedoms.

    334. Tina says:

      Biden is a fascist.

      But as a matter of law, the facts of the private criminal complaint sworn out by Love do not constitute a violation of the FACE Act because Houck was standing at a corner away from the abortion facility, no clients were involved, and the alleged assault had nothing to do with so-called reproductive services. And that conclusion flows from Love’s version of the facts, ignoring Houck’s allegation that Love was harassing his 12-year-old son.

    335. Tgca says:

      340

      I think your wife would lose any debate against anyone where she seriously tried to defend it as wise to support those financially that wish to destroy you and everything you believe in.

      Face it! Springsteen would love to see the US rid of conservatives.

      How do you defend supporting someone like that financially?

      It’s illogical!

    336. Tgca says:

      Here’s hoping when Bitter goes to the Springsteen concert that conservatives are mocked relentlessly and called out with leftist vitriol, especially if the GOP does well in the midterms.

      Let Bruce take out his angst publicly.

      Let Bitter sit there and nod with desired acceptance of all his liberal circle to everything Bruce spouts.

    337. JeffP says:

      Went to see Springsteen three times…1978 Darkness tour and 1980 2X River tours. He made his fortune off the back of relating to the middle class in his music. He is so ignorant to understand leftist policies have destroyed the middle class. I miss the days when the artists used to be anti establishment…now they are part of it.

    338. Tgca says:

      Ok. Gotta go. Need to get more tofu. Stores still running out as they stick it though there’s plenty of beef and pork for the Vile Meat Eaters.

    339. JeffP says:

      On Putin…his recent speeches confirm his zealous pursuit of the birth of Russian Orthodox Church…Kiev. It is his Jerusalem. He ain’t backing down unless someone intervenes. Small tactical nukes are on the table I think.

    340. Bitterlaw says:

      I have never been to a Springsteen concert. My wife has been to 3 (1980s and some time in the 90s) and the last was in 2016. If he is relying upon her support for his revolution, he will need a better plan.

      As for his anti-conservative rants, that is s good time for a bathroom break since there is no intermission and he sometimes plays for 4 hours. Also, Kitty’s Back goes on for a really long time.

    341. Bitterlaw says:

      The link won’t copy. DeSantis wore white waterproof boots to inspect storm damage. Not a good look.

    342. DW says:

      349 – white boots? Clearly a racist dog-whistle that only liberals know about, but conservatives are guilty of.

    343. DW says:

      For anyone who thinks my list of Democratic Party platform positions has any taint of hyperbole, like these:

      11) Your life is best lived as a freak. Declare yourself to be something you are not. Mar your body with as many piercings and modifications as you can possibly tolerate. The Democratic Party elites will prosecute and imprison anyone who questions your decision to declare yourself to be something you are not.

      13) The genitals of children should be mutilated before the kids grow up and have a chance to understand life and understand the gravity of their decisions.

      Take note of this making its rounds on twitter:

      BREAKING: The American Medical Association is asking Big Tech and the Department of Justice to censor, deplatform, investigate, and prosecute journalists who question the orthodoxy of radical gender surgeries for minors, arguing that public criticism is “disinformation.”

    344. ameister says:

      349 true the boots look awkward but thats because people not from here don;t know that commercial fishermen and shrimpers wear those boots while fishing . Furthermore Ft myers had a fairly sizable commercial fishing fleet.

    345. Bitterlaw says:

      But white? Why not yellow or black? It’s not the boots. It is the color that just looks out of place.

    346. Bitterlaw says:

      I heard somebody on the radio discussing the white boots. Apparently, white is indeed very common for fishermen and other people who work around water.

    347. Tina says:

      White would be a cooler choice for warm weather.

      White would also make less scuff marks on a boat.

      White would also be a safety issue. It makes it easier to see Where one steps,

      These are several possible answers.

    348. jason says:

      Worried about peanuts to Ukraine?

      “COVID fraud” is at this point a redundant phrase. Congress appropriated more than $5 trillion for COVID relief but almost $600 billion may have been lost to fraud — an astounding 12%. Washington’s pandemic pratfalls are the greatest federal boondoggle of this century.

    349. jason says:

      The Amish know more than they let on.

      I asked Amos Stotzfuss if he was voting for Oz.

      He said “the wizard”?

    350. ken says:

      The AMA is Horrible . I am a physician and 90 % of us never joined it . What they did today is the reason why. We took a oath to do no harm everyone in the AMA leadership has violated that oath.

    351. Tina says:

      Pooty poot?

      RNC Research

      @RNCResearch
      ·
      35m
      “You’ve said the president was responsible for gas prices coming down. Is the president responsible for gas prices going up?”

      KARINE JEAN-PIERRE: “So it’s a lot more nuanced than that.”

    352. Gordon Allen says:

      Sheeple; don’t know if it’s the same poll,but Siena has Rubio 47-41,and DeSantis 49-41 over Crist. Those are believable numbers.
      The only concern I have is that strong GOP areas were hardest hit by the Hurricane, and the vote turnout will likely go down.
      The Democrat areas were barely touched.
      Until things settle down the polling here will be tough to Guage for a few weeks.

    353. DW says:

      These evil people argue that if they don’t do the gender surgery on children, then its harder to do, and less “effective” when done later in life, and they will speak of not wanting the child to miss out on what it would be like to be the other gender.

      This is sick. Disgusting. They take a healthy boy who has NEVER ONCE experienced what it is like to ejaculate and they sever the testicles and penis, PERMENANTLY DESTROYING the boy’s ability to ever have this experience, and then leaving the poor kid with no real ability to function as a woman either.

      This is the same sort of stuff we prosecuted the nazis for after WWII when they did these sorts of mutilating surgeries on Jewish children.

      May God help us.

    354. Tgca says:

      345. Jeff

      Agreed! Springsteen is a phony like many other entertainers who forgot where they came from, especially those with modest roots.

      They pretend to care for the little guy just like the libs in Martha’s Vineyard who couldn’t get the illegals out of there fast enough.

    355. Wes says:

      There’s no crow to eat, Ken. If Republicans exceed my expectations, that’s fine. I just look at it from a realistic perspective. In even wave elections, the benefiting party misses some targets. For instance, Dems missed TN-Sen in 2006 while Republicans missed NH-Sen in 2014. It’s just the natural ebb and flow of elections.

      I’m not saying Republicans won’t have a good or even great election in 35 days. In fact I expect them to do very well. I just think your predictions are a bit overly optimistic based on current and historical evidence.

    356. Tgca says:

      I wear a lot of white. My choices of color are generally white, black, grey and blue in that order.

      I have tons of white shirts, shorts, socks, and footware – no white underwear though – it’s too hard to get those yellow and brown stains out in the laundry.

      I think my choice of white outfits reflect my virginal and chaste, as well as angelic nature. I get that from others a lot.

      In warm weather, white is routinely worn as it also attracts less sun and just looks so refreshing and clean.

      Of course, it is a major faux pas to wear white pants or formal footwear after Labor Day, although white shorts and casual footwear is acceptable any time of the year in warm climates.

    357. Wes says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      October 4, 2022 at 12:39 pm
      I have never been to a Springsteen concert. My wife has been to 3 (1980s and some time in the 90s) and the last was in 2016. If he is relying upon her support for his revolution, he will need a better plan.

      As for his anti-conservative rants, that is s good time for a bathroom break since there is no intermission and he sometimes plays for 4 hours. Also, Kitty’s Back goes on for a really long time

      Let’s not forget Springsteen hails from the epicenter of evil in the universe: New Jersey.

    358. Tgca says:

      Tom Brady, Gisele Bündchen hire divorce lawyers amid marital woes: sources

      YES! Time to make my move on Tom.

      He and his $400 million dollar fortune will need consoling.

      He can do much better than that Brazilian skank. He can run to the arms with his ATM card to an AA Puerto Rican Gay skank from NJ.

    359. Gordon Allen says:

      Read article in Real Clear Defense ” Elon Musk is right”
      Musk can’t be accused of being a ” Putin appeaser ” as he helped the Ukrainians right away.
      His core thesis: were sliding into a direct US/USSR conflict which could easily escalate,which is not in our interest,or anyone’s. The egos of Putin and Zelensky shouldn’t push us into a catastrophe.

    360. DW says:

      Reagan was an inspiration for all Americans. He spoke of the United States being the shining city on the hill. Most of the people in the world live with mire, corruption, poverty, violence, poor health conditions, and no hope for advancement. But the USA was this one place in the world where hopes and dreams can be realized.

      The left hates this about the USA and is doing whatever it takes to destroy this place and give us the same mire that engulfs the rest of the world.

    361. Tina says:

      If you question anything about the Ukrainian grift or even propose something, you are automatically a Pooty poot appeaser.

    362. Tina says:

      Russian hoaxer and Pink state Erica are crushed.

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    363. Phil says:

      Elon Musk provided a 100 million dollar starling satellite system that prevented Ukraine communications from going dark when the Russians invaded. It was a huge reason the Ukraine didn’t collapse early in the war.

      Now Zelinsky has a problem with Musk giving his opinion. All that matters is what have you done for me lately.

    364. ameister says:

      357 , the main reason for white is because you are working around food on a shrimp, lobster or commercial fishing vessel. shrimp boats dump their nets on deck and sort the catch. clean wwhite is sanitary .

    365. Tgca says:

      370

      The US is far from a beacon of light or shining city on the hills these days. Reagan was an unapologetic optimist, and that was a good thing for his time.

      Reagan was president at a time when you still had a large portion of the country, that combined, lived through tumultuous decades of strife, poverty, wars, and understood importance of freedom and sacrifice and hard work to achieve goals. That is the case no more.

      I recall seeing one poll last year where large portions of Americans would rather leave the US then defend it. Younger people today have little pride in their country and are probably the most self-centered, ungrateful, spoiled generation in our history.

      I also truly believe most of Corporate America has turned away from US interests to meet global opportunity.

      I would bet many companies would balk about leaving China if we end up at war with them. It would not surprise me to see some major companies leave America rather than leave China.

      We have let greed, Corporate America, politicians, and the media divide us as a nation and turn us into adversaries. Unless things change drastically soon, I see America going the way of other European empires within 30 to 50 years.

    366. Tgca says:

      375

      I like those boots! Do they come in thigh high sizes?

    367. GF says:

      The whole boots thing is beyond silly; didn’t people call out Rubio for his ankle boots seven years ago? I personally wouldn’t wear them, but who gives a flying F?

    368. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      ? NEW HAMPSHIRE POLL By Trafalgar

      SENATE
      (D) Maggie Hassan 48% (+3)
      (R) Don Bolduc 45%

      ? September 26-30
      ? 1,083 likely voters
      ? ±2.9% margin of error

      https://thetrafalgargroup.org/news/nh-sen-1004/

    369. Bitterlaw says:

      377 Those would be thigh high boots on Tgca.

      Zing!

    370. Wes says:

      If Trafalgar is to be believed, Bolduc is competitive. We’ll see if he can make it across the finish line ahead of Hassan in five weeks.

    371. BayernFan says:

      I sense that a red wave is beginning to gather.

    372. Wes says:

      Just a few weeks ago, you were telling us how Dems were going to do well because of Dobbs, Bay.

      Will the real BayernFan please stand up?

    373. Wes says:

      Emerson has Widen crushing Perkins (no surprise) while Drazen leads narrowly for OR-Gov:

      https://emersoncollegepolling.com/oregon-2022-republican-christine-drazan-with-two-point-lead-over-democrat-tina-kotek-for-governorship-sen-wyden-holds-19-point-lead-in-re-election-bid/

      I actually find these results plausible.

    374. Wes says:

      Further, Emerson has Lightweight Murray ahead of Smiley by 9:

      https://emersoncollegepolling.com/washington-2022-democratic-sen-patty-murray-holds-9-point-lead-in-re-election-bid-against-republican-tiffany-smiley/

      I expect Smiley to make it closer than that, but barring a huge sea change in Seattle politics, I see no path for Smiley to actually win even in this environment.

    375. BayernFan says:

      They did do well, Wes.

      The abortion issue appears to be fading. Inflation and crime are overtaking it, I believe. Also, I think that as time goes by, and no real change is seen vis a vis abortion in peoples lives, it’s less important. The GOP also has been kinda quiet on it.

    376. BayernFan says:

      In Indiana, I’m seeing more media agitation about the GOP “election denier” running for Secretary of State (Diego Morales) than on the recent anti-abortion law passed here. Of course, a judicial injunction against enforcement of the law may be a factor in that.

      But clearly the Left is upset about the “election deniers” they think they see the GOP running across the nation.

    377. Cash Cow TM says:

      What is the WORST type of mint?

      Spearmint?

      No

      Peppermint?

      No

      Double mint?

      No.
      _______________
      Answer is:

      var mint

    378. Robbie says:

      Noam Blum
      @neontaster

      If Trump’s only kingmaker skill is crowning primary winners who lose general elections, how much longer will republicans continue to pretend that he’s vital to their party?

      – Jason fraud – “Forever!”

    379. Chicon says:

      One day, Robbie will post about policy…..

      It’ll be about Trump, but at least it’ll be a change of pace….

    380. Tina says:

      optimistic zerohedge
      @zerohedgeparody
      BREAKING: FLORIDA CHANGES NAME TO UKRAINE SO IT CAN RECEIVE FASTER AID FROM THE GOVERNMENT
      1:17 PM · Oct 4, 2022
      ·Twitter for iPhone

    381. jason says:

      “The money quote came from Miguel Cardona, who runs the Department of Education. In a jaw-dropping moment, he actually argued that school children need abortions “to thrive in school and in life.”

      Meanwhile, Amoral Scumbag only comes here to regurgitate MSM talking points against Republicans.

    382. Tina says:

      Rep. Paul Gosar, DDS

      @RepGosar
      ·
      2h
      If Elon Musk
      @elonmusk
      buys Twitter, he should reinstate every account banned for so-called ‘hate speech’, ‘misinformation’, or any other made up term used by the Left to silence their opposition.

      Reinstate them ALL!

    383. Tgca says:

      380

      Funny! I can take a good ribbing.

    384. jason says:

      Now Zelinsky has a problem with Musk giving his opinion. All that matters is what have you done for me lately.”

      As well he should. As President of Ukraine, he doesn’t need to support any opinion giving away Ukraine’s territory.

    385. jason says:

      If Bolduc wins Katy bar the door….

    386. Tgca says:

      Ok. Seriously people. Any discussion of ABORTION at HHR requires capitalization.

      Be respectful please. The least we could do with moms who’ve MURDERED 60+ million babies in the US

    387. Tgca says:

      396

      Agreed! But Zelenskyy also shouldn’t lecture everyone and expect all to give him handouts to save his azz!

    388. Tgca says:

      FAW
      THEERWO
      THEERWO

    389. jason says:

      and expect all to give him handouts to save his azz!”

      Didn’t know Ukraine had an ass.

      Well maybe Tgca is planning a visit….

    390. Tgca says:

      NYS Court recognizes polygamous relationships and extends rights and benefits to a “triad of men.”

      Supporters are pushing that society has changed and relationships are more complex and plural now so legal protections should reflect that.

      We can thank the gay community who after all, doesn’t want to redefine marriage but just be treated equally.

      I think this is not only sickening but detrimental to society, especially women who will be harmed most by this over time.

      https://12ft.io/proxy?q=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.washingtonexaminer.com%2Fopinion%2Fcourt-that-first-legalized-same-sex-marriage-now-legalizing-polygamy

    391. jason says:

      If Trump’s only kingmaker skill is crowning primary winners who lose general elections, how much longer will republicans continue to pretend that he’s vital to their party?

      – Jason fraud – “Forever!”

      Yeah, since what, about 95% of his endorsement wins, forever might be too soon.

    392. Tina says:

      What a pos

      Democrat AZ Gubernatorial Nominee Katie Hobbs Welcomes RINO Liz Cheney To Arizona, Calls Cheney A “Sane Republican” (VIDEO)

    393. Phil says:

      Bring it, Liz.

      Kari Lake is laughing her ass off.

    394. NYCmike says:

      “If Trafalgar is to be believed, Bolduc is competitive. We’ll see if he can make it across the finish line ahead of Hassan in five weeks.”

      -If only every Republican, RIGHT AFTER THE PRIMARY, would show support towards the winner instead of pointing out their shortcomings…….oh well, maybe one day the squishes will wake up……

    395. NYCmike says:

      “Democrat AZ Gubernatorial Nominee Katie Hobbs Welcomes RINO Liz Cheney To Arizona, Calls Cheney A “Sane Republican” (VIDEO)”

      -I don’t see how this will help turnout the true-believer-Democrat base.

      Glad Kari Lake is laughing at her!

    396. Phil says:

      Baris said tonight his polling of Arizona is close to being finished and Lake is clearly ahead.

      Liz is clearly going to once again come out of this looking like a fool.

      Baris also said that in spite of what the MSM polls have been showing, Masters is not running much behind Lake in his polling. Also said his polling is indicating that most of the undecideds in the Senate race have negative job approval of Biden. Think they are breaking for Kelly? Nope.

    397. Wes says:

      406 comes from a guy who’s trademark is supporting elimination of voters from the candidate selection process.

      Of course not pointing out someone’s shortcomings would be easier if DEMOCRATS weren’t picking GOP nominees.

    398. NYCmike says:

      Bolduc only down by 3% and closing and Wes still sticks to his Democrats candidate schpiel…..humility is not a strong point of yours.

    399. NYCmike says:

      “406 comes from a guy who’s trademark is supporting elimination of voters from the candidate selection process.”

      -And this comment is just an outright lie.

      Par for the course.

      Humble thyself, Wes-con.

    400. Wes says:

      I know. 411 is an outright lie since you’re apparently claiming not to have said you were fine with removing voters from the candidate selection process in UT and VA.

    401. Wes says:

      Mikey, did Schumer, or did Schumer not, run ads for Bolduc in the primary?

      A simple yes or no will suffice.

    402. jason says:

      If Schumer’s candidate deadender Bolduc actually wins I will stop calling him a deadender.

      However he will still be Schumer’s candidate.

      Fair is fair.

    403. jason says:

      Biden says he was “sort of” raised in the Puerto Rican community in Delaware”

      Question is, is he more or less Puerto Rican than Tgca.

    404. jason says:

      wes, if Bolduc wins NYC will be like 1-25 on supporting deadender senate candidates.

      Schumer will still send him a coffee mug inscribed “You can’t win them all, keep up the good work signed Chuckie”

    405. jason says:

      Which @elonmusk
      do you like more?

      One who supports Ukraine
      78.8%
      One who supports Russia
      21.2%

      2,431,641 votes·Final results”

    406. jason says:

      NYCmike says:
      October 4, 2022 at 11:42 pm

      “406 comes from a guy who’s trademark is supporting elimination of voters from the candidate selection process.”

      -And this comment is just an outright lie.”

      Heh, NYC is lucky the Bitter-jason administration didn’t establish penalties for perjury.

    407. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      (Hat Tip: RRH)

      CBS/YouGov Arizona Races
      Kelly 51
      Masters 48

      Hobbs 49
      Lake 49
      https://www.yahoo.com/news/kelly-edge-arizona-senate-race-110017051.html

      Gas Prices are “skyrocketing” AZ at the moment. Abortion seems to take more of a back Seat in that State.

    408. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Mason-Dixon Florida Governor’s Poll:

      Desantis(R)- 52
      Crist(D)- 41

    409. Phil says:

      Hobbs is not tied with Lake.

      YouGov playing their same old game.

      Baris will give you the real numbers by tomorrow…..and Masters should be closer….and closing.

    410. Phil says:

      It will be nice to finally have weathervane Charlie finally sent into the retirement home in Florida. Florida is fortunate to finally get rid of that fraud. I wish I could say the same for annoying Beto here in Texas…but unfortunately that joke will be back again in 2024 running for the Senate……again. He just runs over and over and over in a continuous loop – forever. Lucky us.

    411. Gordon Allen says:

      CBS You Guv Poll tells me Lake is solidly in the lead,and Masters is likely about even. Good news generally.

    412. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      If you wish to retain a poll for posterity which is dishonest to the core, please keep this week’s Economist You/Gov Poll linked below. Why do I say this:

      1-Question 63 Biden Approval/Disapproval
      The progression goes from Adults -6, RV’s -3, Likely -1. Yes, this poll has Biden’s approval/disapproval at a respective 49/50 in spite of Biden’s approval with Indies at -21!

      2- Question 69 Pelosi Approval/Disapproval
      The progression is almost identical to Biden’s from approval of 34% to approval of 41%. Who in their right mind believes that over 40% of the Country approves of Pelosi’s Job Performance?!

      https://docs.cdn.yougov.com/avydu33kqm/econTabReport.pdf

    413. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      With respect to the Hershel Walker allegation, has anyone actually seen concrete (written) validation of proof?

    414. Phil says:

      My all time favorite will always remain the Wisconsin two wks before the election Biden +17 over Trump….. courtesy of ABC/Washington Post.

      Yeah, they actually released that poll with a straight face.

    415. Phil says:

      Kind of pathetic watching the Biden administration on their knees begging OPEC to please please please not cut production….30 days before the election.

      Pretty sure the Saudis who have been called a pariah by Biden and have watched Biden make nice with the Iranian mullahs at their expense will be inclined to back off.

    416. jason says:

      Yeah, they actually released that poll with a straight face.”

      But it might have worked.

      Since Trump only “lost” WI by 20k votes, it is plausible to think that poll could have persuaded that many people to not bother to vote.

      Which, btw, was the intention of the poll.

    417. jason says:

      Walker raises a record 182k the day after the Daily Beast hit piece.

    418. Cash Cow TM says:

      MSM online headlines today;

      of 25 top news stories

      –4 on TRUMP
      _________________________

      On Aol online:
      of 51 top news stories:

      –11 on famous people (TV, Movies, Entertainment)

      –8 on sports

      –7 fluff pieces

      –6 about TRUMP

      –3 on GA election/GA politics

      –2 on Putin

    419. Tina says:

      Great. interview by Tucker. The corrupt fib agent was not interested

      Hans Mahncke

      @HansMahncke
      ·
      14h
      Tucker’s Bobulinski interview was very good. One of the biggest revelations was that Joe Biden’s brother somehow knew to call Bobulinski on the day that Bobulinski was telling the FBI about Biden family corruption.

    420. DW says:

      Some clown on RRH posted this one calling it a ‘key’ poll:

      CenterStreetPAC is out with a pair of senate polls showing Ryan up 11 over Vance (49-38), and Fetterman up 19 over Oz (55-36).

      Ohio: https://centerstreetpac.com/poll-tim-ryan-leads-j-d-vance-49-to-38-among-likely-voters-14-undecided/

      So apparently some no-name PAC sees a blue wave coming whenever everyone else, even now some of the university pollsters, see a red wave coming.

    421. DW says:

      Monmouth, one of the worst of them, had Fetterwoman +10 in September, now they say +5

      https://www.monmouth.edu/polling-institute/reports/MonmouthPoll_PA_100522/

    422. Gordon Allen says:

      DW. You wonder at the nerve of these0

    423. DW says:

      Its that time of year. Lucy has positioned the football at the perfect angle, and has called to Charlie Brown to run up and kick it:

      Headline: Democrats Lose Ground Among Black Voters

    424. Bitterlaw says:

      428 I do not understand people who decide to not vote because of what a poll says. I voted in Philadelphia for 8 years knowing the outcome was not going to go my way.

    425. DW says:

      Breaking: No Biden gaffe for 1 day in row! Of course they didn’t let him out either.

    426. Chicon says:

      436 – but some here “understand” why Republican voters don’t vote in general elections when they think the nominated Republican doesn’t meet their standards….

    427. BayernFan says:

      OPEC cutting oil production by 2 million barrels a day….

      That’s gonna leave a mark over the next five weeks.

    428. DW says:

      from RRH:

      A new Insider Advantage poll in Georgia finds Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) leading challenger Herschel Walker (R), 47% to 45%.

      Said pollster Matt Towrey: “We were polling this race before news broke late Monday of allegations against Herschel Walker and the social media posts by his son. We scrapped that poll and surveyed last evening after newspapers, television news, and social media bombarded voters with the various stories. In our Monday, October 3 poll, and prior to these news events, Walker trailed Warnock by one point.”

      He adds: “The good news for Warnock is that following these newest events, he leads by three points. The good news for Walker is that the difference between the two polls is well within the survey’s margin of error.”

      In the race for governor, Gov. Brian Kemp (R) leads challenger Stacey Abrams (D), 50% to 45%.

    429. BayernFan says:

      I received my absentee ballot (Indiana) in the mail today. I requested it online at 2am October 1st. I am sending it back tomorrow. I wonder if I’ll be the first. Lol.

    430. Phil says:

      What? The Saudis aren’t going to rescue Biden in for the midterms? I’m shocked I tell you! Biden has thrown dirt on the Saudis for his entire administration and then expected the Saudis to bail out him out for November?

      I love it.

    431. Bitterlaw says:

      I have voted for every Republican nominee in every election since 1986. Every one was better than the Democrats.

    432. DW says:

      So OPEC cuts production, right at the same time quarterly statements go out for retirement funds.

      Biden and Dems own both of these problems.

    433. jason says:

      428 I do not understand people who decide to not vote because of what a poll says.”

      I don’t understand it, but it happens.

    434. DW says:

      Bitter, I can say the same, though my first voting election was 1988. The only exception I made turned out to be the right call. Local race for city council had three strong candidates vying for the spot. It as a “non-partisan” race meaning the candidates did not run with any party label. But of course a quick scan of the candidates’ web sites made it clear the party of each.

      I voted for the libertarian as the Republican was sort of a jerk, and the libertarian was more fiscally conservative.

      The libertarian won, and I didn’t later regret the vote.

    435. DW says:

      Back on Sept 30 Sheeple had the quiz about the forthcoming Oct surprise that hurts dems, not initiated by the GOP.

      The correct answer was the quarterly statements for retirement funds.

      But one of my wrong guesses was:

      7) The price of gas will go through the roof, $5 a gallon by mid Oct, and then $8 by the third week.

      Turns out with the OPEC decision, this may be a right answer also.

    436. Tina says:

      Gas prices are insane,

      I just spent $95 to fill up a minivan.

      I never spent more than $50 when trump was in office.

      Usually upper 30s to 40s.

      I am now just going to do fill up at each half tank.

    437. Phil says:

      Yeah, it absolutely happens.

      The fact that these MSM sponsored and university polls all miss in the same direction cycle after cycle isn’t an accident….and BTW, it’s getting worse. Depressing Republican turnout is their function. Don’t for a second believe it isn’t. Polls in advance of the election showing Republicans down and down big in some case depress R turnout. It’s a fact.

      It’s the reason that pollsters like Rich Baris or Robert Cahaly at Trafalgar are shunned by the media despite their clear and superior track records.

    438. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #433-DW
      Real Clear Politics does not use the Monmouth College PA polling in its Averages because of the way questions are formatted.
      If you read the article Monmouth has for this-whatever, it reads more like cheerleading than serious analysis.

      P.S.- You may be right about gas prices going to the #1 October surprise.

    439. Bitterlaw says:

      450 Phil – I am not denying that the pollsters try to convince people to not vote. I don’t understand voters who don’t vote.

    440. DW says:

      Breaking: Biden filmed wandering around outside in the white house rose garden, looking for Jackie.

    441. DW says:

      https://flvoicenews.com/charlie-crist-campaign-asks-hurricane-ian-victims-to-donate-to-his-campaign/

      An opening for DeSantis to reply and say, “If you suffered loss in the hurricane, keep your money and the good people of Florida will help you any way they can.”

    442. Tina says:

      Thiel is pulling money from Vance because he believes Vance will win.

      He is putting his money into Masters.

      Has Biden’s Beotch srill given up on this rsce?

    443. Tina says:

      reg Price

      @greg_price11
      ·
      1h
      Democrats: “We are going to pass the Gas Price Reduction Act”

      “What does it do?”

      Democrats: “It gives $100 billion more to Ukraine.”

    444. jason says:

      If Oz loses by one vote it will be Bitter’s fault.

      Now time to go fishing with Ma.

    445. jason says:

      I don’t understand voters who don’t vote.’

      Bitter must be feeling guilty he refused to allow me to vote.

    446. DW says:

      YouGov has Dem +1 in new generic ballot…to get there, they had to have a sample that was…





      …ready?


      DEM +11 (38D-27R-35I)