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    2024: DeSantis Surges Ahead of Trump in TX

    We have the first poll post-2022 election that is showing the effects of Ron DeSantis’ resounding victory and Donald Trump resounding defeat on the shape of the 2024 primary race. A new poll from CWS Research shows Ron DeSantis now ahead of Donald Trump by double digits in the state of Texas in a potential 2024 primary race for President.

    PRESIDENT – TEXAS – GOP NOMINATION (CWS Research)
    Ron DeSantis 43%
    Donald Trump 32%
    Mike Pence 5%
    Nikki Haley 4%
    Tim Scott 1%
    Mike Pompeo 1%

    This poll was done November 12-13 among 1099 likely primary voters. Back at the end of October, this same polling organization showed Trump with a 46%-29% edge on the DeSantis. That is a 28% change in barley three weeks.

    The rumor has it that Trump will announce a new bid tomorrow, at least according to this news article from CBS News.

    Posted by Dave at 2:30 pm
    Filed under: General | Comments (1,504)

    1,504 Responses to “2024: DeSantis Surges Ahead of Trump in TX”

    1. SoHope says:

      Are we tired of losing yet?

    2. Tgca says:

      Dos Bebe! Dos!

    3. Tgca says:

      Trumps resounding defeat?

      Dave is drinking the MSM kool-aid too and repeating their talking points.

      I posted an article this AM showing the RNC was the one that made it possible for the gains among minorities in FL by investing in and opening offices there in Latino districts.

      DeSanctimonius did not do that on his own.

    4. Tgca says:

      Ted Cruz is p*ssed and publicly flogs Mitchie and he is dead on. See snippet below.

      I think Ted is reading my EXCELLENT analysis at HHR as well. I’ve been saying this about Mitchie for months. He wants power over GOP success.

      Interviewer:
      “Explain to me, Senator, why in a race where the polling showed that we had a legitimate chance of winning there. Why did he pull out that money from Masters who desperately needed it?”

      Cruz Response:
      Because Masters said he would vote against Mitch McConnell, and so Mitch would rather be leader than have a Republican majority. If there’s a Republican who can win, who’s not gonna support Mitch, the truth of the matter is he’d rather the Democrat win. So he pulled all the money out of Arizona,” Cruz responded.

      https://dailycaller.com/2022/11/14/ted-cruz-mitch-mcconnell-midterms-gop-loss/

    5. Gordon Allen says:

      TGCA has fought so long w Jason he’s become him.
      A Trump fanatacic,and reality denier.
      DeSantis is going to humiliate Trump, and somebody close to Trump has to intervene,and tell him to preserve his dignity and reputation by leaving the field,rather than be carried off.
      He has NO chance of ever winning the Presidency,or the nomination.
      Stop reading the Trump BS,because you’ll join him on the Titanic going down.

    6. Tgca says:

      …and here’s some more pushback on Mitchie from NSRC as he tries to blame Rick Scott for losses.

      Mitchie’s strategy was ALWAYS about Mitch 1st at all costs.

      I’m praying enough GOP have the sense to vote him out of the leadership.

      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/11/14/mitch-mcconnells-top-lieutenant-shifts-blame-gop-senate-failures/

    7. Tgca says:

      Oh puhleez Gordy.

      You’re the one all bent over on all fours wiggling your lubed up azz at DeSanctimonius begging him to show you what Italians are really made of.

      You refuse to address the issue of how DeSanctimonius has a realistic path to victory in the EC without MI, PA, or WI that no other GOP has won in 30+ years except Trump.

      How does DeSanctimonius realistically get to 270 EC without them? Please tell us. You counting on him winning NH which has gone Dem the last 5 elections? What about CO?

    8. Tina says:

      Marco Rubio

      @marcorubio
      ·
      2h

      US Senate candidate, FL
      We should not have a Senate GOP leadership vote until we have a clear explanation for why our 2022 campaign efforts failed AND until we have a clear understanding of the political & policy direction for the GOP Senate moving forward

    9. Tgca says:

      My question to these 6 or so GOP calling for a delayed vote. If tje vote proceeds this week as intended, are they willing to refrain from voting or voting no?

      I was informed today that the Dems have delayed their leadership voting until after the GA election.

      Will the GOP leadership give a finger to the GOP and move forward anyway?

    10. NYCmike says:

      WizardofCozz says:
      November 14, 2022 at 1:35 pm
      JD Vance with absolutely spot on article on money and fundraising and the disadvantage that Republicans are at!!

      https://www.theamericanconservative.com/dont-blame-trump/

      -Want to make sure posted again.

      I like this guy better already.

    11. NYCmike says:

      “Are we tired of losing yet?”

      -Lincoln Project/Democrats love your attitude.

      And Trump going after Desantis and Youngkin is just as stupid.

    12. Tgca says:

      10

      NYC has a crush on The Wizard? Hmmm…

    13. Tina says:

      Can we fix vbm and “curing” bad ballots after the election

      If not, candidate xyz in 2024 loses.

      I have not chosen a 2024 candidate yet.

      Moreover, I think the blame trump game is stupid.

    14. Tina says:

      Odd things in Az

      The r candidate for treasurer vote exceeds ag and governor.

      I think Az is litigated due to the “printer” error in Maricopa

    15. Tina says:

      Breaking f Reuters reported:

      A U.S. appeals court (8th circuit court) has extended a block on President Joe Biden’s administration from fulfilling his plan to cancel hundreds of billions of dollars in student loan debt at the urging of six Republican-led states, a court filing on Monday showed.

    16. Waingro says:

      Joel Weingart
      @JoelWeingart_
      #NEW: Club For Growth/
      @WPAIntel
      2024 Polls

      Iowa
      Ron DeSantis (R): 48%
      Donald Trump (R): 37%

      New Hampshire
      Ron DeSantis (R): 52%
      Donald Trump (R): 37%

      Florida
      Ron DeSantis (R): 56%
      Donald Trump (R): 30%

      Georgia
      Ron DeSantis (R): 55%
      Donald Trump (R): 35%

    17. Waingro says:

      This is all coming together fairly quickly, huh?

      Manu Raju
      @mkraju
      ·
      1m
      GOP Sen. Kevin Cramer, a Trump ally, told me this of Trump’s likely 2024 run: “None of us are entitled to these jobs. He’s certainly not entitled to it.”
      Cramer said of 2024: “I think we’re all better if there’s more of (candidates) up on the stage.”

    18. Waingro says:

      Good news for HHR PA folks. Your state hasn’t gone FULL commy. Yet.

      See new Tweets
      Conversation
      Charles Thompson
      @ChasThompson1
      Update: Pa. House GOP’s chances in still-undecided 142nd Bucks County seat just improved markedly with a late batch of in-person votes.
      R Joe Hogan now holds a 114-vote lead going into tomorrow’s sorting of provisionals and flagged mail-ins.

    19. JeffP says:

      16…I don’t think DeSantis should wait until 2028…no way. It’s flipped…it really doesn’t matter why. You could see it last week on social media. Only Koolaid drinkers still want DJT now. He has a solid 35% though.

    20. Waingro says:

      #21, Tom Cotton sort of opened the floodgates when he pre-emptively announced he wasn’t running for POTUS in 2024. Then followed up with a tweet praising DeSantis and Kemp.

    21. Tina says:

      He decided not to run on Sunday the 6th.

      He was my front runner.

    22. Waingro says:

      And another…

      Manu Raju
      @mkraju
      Asked if he wants Trump to be the 2024 GOP nominee, Idaho GOP Rep Mike Simpson told
      @arogDC
      , “Let’s see who runs. Personally, I don’t think it’s good for the party.”

      “I think his policies were good. I just don’t need all the drama with it,” he added.

    23. Waingro says:

      #24, that was huge. I thought for sure he was going to run. Maybe he’s aiming for AG or Sec of Defense in a DeSantis administration?

    24. Tina says:

      I hope Josh Hawley runs.

      But I am undecided.

      It’s a long way off, and I am exhausted from the midterm, the stupid blame game, etc.

    25. Tgca says:

      26

      DeSantis administration? Jumping the gun a bit, eh?

      PLEASE! PLEASE! PLEASE!

      Someone! ANYONE!

      Tell me how DeSanctimonus realistically wins the EC without MI, PA, and WI, traditionally Dem states that have now moved further Dem in 2022 when only one Republican candidate, Trump, won those states in 30+ years?

      This is the elephant in the room that you don’t address because you’re being emotional and grasping onto anything in hopes of soothing your pain of being duped this past election after arrogantly proclaiming the Dems were dead in the agua.

      DeSanctimonius is a conservative but he’s more in line with country club Republicans like the Bush clan than appealing to working class voters in the Midwest, especially Dem leaning men who disenfranchised by the Dems.

    26. jason says:

      Wow is right, sounds like a crock of crap.

    27. Tgca says:

      27

      Yes! I think Hawley would be more reliable than DeSanctimonius as to not giving into the country club Republicans but I pose the same question of him.

      Can he win MI, WI, or PA? Can any GOPer win it or is it forever gone?

    28. Waingro says:

      #29, you might want to do yourself a favor and check out how “DeSanctimonus” did in some of the bigger WWC counties like Volusia, which has a very similar constituency to the rust belt.

      He absolutely obliterated even Trump’s prior percentage margins there. I think DeSantis will do just fine in that region.

    29. NYCmike says:

      Considering that DeSantis was a member of the HFC, how long is it until Robbie, jason and Wes all get together to bash him?

    30. jason says:

      Hail to the Golden Calf.

      Tgca, the TDS morons have found the Golden Calf.

      The Golden Calf will not need to campaign, have an agenda or spend any money.

      According to the TDS morons, he automatically inherits the R country club vote, the working class vote, the MAGA vote, the suburban white women vote, the Hispanic vote and the black and Asian and Indian and Muslim and Jewish vote, all without lifting a finger.

      Now that the 2024 election for President is decided, we should move on to other races.

      Who should run against Bob Casey in PA. I suggest Carrie Del Rosso who ran as Mastriano’s LT.

    31. NYCmike says:

      Tgca,

      As far as I can tell, DeSantis tones down his rhetoric when needed for the country-club types, while pushing legislation that Trump would love, while also being more financially prudent (has to be by state law) and also being more able to communicate why his policies will be better.

      To that end, hopefully a Republican House will pass bills that force the Senate and/or the President to veto, to set up the correct arguments for 2024.

      NOTHING should pass if it ain’t good for the country. N O T H I N G ! !

    32. NYCmike says:

      And lo and behold, jason arrives, saying that people said things but which he is unable to copy and paste.

    33. Waingro says:

      #33, he was a founding member!

    34. NYCmike says:

      https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/kevindowneyjr/2022/11/14/biden-and-trudeau-beclown-themselves-by-parading-around-asia-in-commie-mao-jackets-n1645623

      -Reminder, this is what Robbie, “CG” and from his recent remarks, SoHope thinks is better for America!

    35. NYCmike says:

      “#33, he was a founding member!”

      -Even better!!

    36. Tgca says:

      32

      So DeSanctimonius will outdo any Republican with working class voters in MI, PA, and WI?

      No one else could do that before but DeSanctimonius will do so.

      I guess because DeSanctimonius did so well with Latinos in Florida in Dem districts, he should be able to turn NY GOP with their large Latino population. NJ too.

      Chit! DeSanctimonius will probably carry CA in a race against Newsom because he knows how to win working class and Latinos.

      HA! HA! HA! HA!
      HA! HA! HA!

    37. jason says:

      Damm I was going to commend NYC for his post #11 but I am glad I won’t have to, he is back with his usual war on himself subsequently. Thank God I just got here.

      I don’t hold HFC against the Golden Calf. I don’t remember exactly what he said at the time on whether he signed on to their most stupid proposals. In any case, since then he has been a great governor of Florida and I think he did a good job fighting for parental control in schools, reopening the FL economy, and combating wokism at all levels.

    38. NYCmike says:

      https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/emilytamkin/diplomats-un-laughed-donald-trump

      -Another reason why TDS is wrong, and hopefully DeSantis/Youngkin/Senate&House leadership give him the respect he deserves and should get from ALL Americans!

    39. Tgca says:

      35

      BS! DeSanctimonius is extremely defensive and mocking. Like Trump, he enjoys putting others down.

      I just had this discussion with a friend today who said he likes that DeSanctimonius articulates much better than Trump but he is very defensive.

      I’ve pointed that out before. Come to FL. Listen to him when he’s in a very friendly environment. Now imagine when he goes to an unfriendly environment.

    40. jason says:

      If NYC can forgive Trump for being a liberal Dem most of his life I guess I can forgive the Golden Calf for having been a HFC member.

      As some have surmised, I don’t think the Golden Calf is perfect.

    41. NYCmike says:

      “So DeSanctimonius will outdo any Republican with working class voters in MI, PA, and WI?”

      -No idea.

      But, as jason pointed out over a year ago, a civil war between Trump and any Republican is not good for the Republican Party.

      Hopefully, these huge egos will figure that out, and not endanger each others chances.

      A man can hope, can’t he??

    42. Waingro says:

      “So DeSanctimonius will outdo any Republican with working class voters in MI, PA, and WI?”

      Maybe? Will he even need to “outdo” Trump or do well enough combined with other subgroups — like the suburbs and more indy/moderate voters — that Trump performed more poorly with?

      In a state like WI and PA, that all is you really need. Admittedly, MI is far more old Dem/working class oriented and, sadly, looks like they drifted way back to its blue roots across the board this midterm.

      I’m…not going to address the rest of your post. LOL.

    43. NYCmike says:

      “As some have surmised, I don’t think the Golden Calf is perfect.”

      -Perfect??

      Lesser of 2 evils. They are politicians, after all.

      That is the main reason why Tgca, with his silly argument about DeSantis not passing any landmark legislation, is wrong.

      The less legislation the better. MORE government only mucks things up.

      Stay the f*ck out of our way!

    44. SoHope says:

      Trying really hard to convince people that Trump is the one….Trump has lost the base to a guy that isn’t even running yet. Blood is in the water.

    45. Dylan says:

      So I read that McCarthy got a standing ovation at the conference meeting today For what exactly? That sounds like Dear Leader style affirmation ……vomitous

    46. jason says:

      DeSanctimonius will probably carry CA in a race against Newsom because he knows how to win working class and Latinos.”

      He will carry DC too because he automatically carries the black vote.

    47. Tgca says:

      41

      I agree with you.

      But notice most of the issues DeSanctimonius here are for combatting wokeism and leftist culture but that will only take you so far in a national campaign.

      On COVID, l was in FL during COVID and went back and forth from the northeast until Dec 2020. FL was just as shut down as areas in Jersey.

      DeDanctimonius approved welfare for people sitting at home through Sep 2021 when there were For Hire signs all over the place for months, and per capita, FL has more deaths than other big states that got hit much earlier, including CA and NY.

      These age not meant to say DeSanctimonius did not do a good job. Rather, it’s meant to expose the lies and gross exaggerations about FL during COVID.

      You can ask Gubbernor Noem about this if you don’t believe me since I think she outdid any other gubbernor during COVID even though her state experienced high deaths per capita as well.

    48. jason says:

      Maybe? Will he even need to “outdo” Trump or do well enough combined with other subgroups — like the suburbs and more indy/moderate voters — that Trump performed more poorly with?”

      There we go!

      Back to the suburbs! Screw the working class, let them go back to Dems.

      Let’s convince the Philly suburbs that voted 2-1 for a Bernie Sanders style socialist against a moderate like Dr. Oz they will LOVE the Golden Calf!

    49. jason says:

      Trying really hard to convince people that Trump is the one”

      Maybe SoHope can name ONE person here who has said Trump should be the nominee.

      This should be interesting.

    50. Tgca says:

      46

      So if all you need is the suburbs to win states like MI, PA, and WI, how come no other Republican has won these states in 30+ years, besides Trump?

    51. Tgca says:

      48. SoHopeLess

      How did Trump lose the base? He wasn’t running in the midterms and he has yet to announce he will be running.

    52. Gordon Allen says:

      TGCA has become a loon.
      I guess that’s a spreadable Trump disease.
      DeSantis has passed legislation of significance in every field.
      Literally the Florida Legislature has been called a rubber stamp for DeSantis
      They have denied,ultimately,not one initiative by DeSantis.
      Not least forcing,after a veto,a Legislative gerrymander that gave the GOP some critical seats.
      TgCA,you don’t know what you’re talking about,at all, or you’ve become an ignorant Trump flak spouting nonsensical drivel.
      This is really sad.

    53. Waingro says:

      “So if all you need is the suburbs to win states like MI, PA, and WI, how come no other Republican has won these states in 30+ years, besides Trump?”

      Not what I said or suggested. He certainly needs to perform well enough with WWC voters, but if you get back some of the burb and moderate/indy voters in the process you can win those states as well. It’s a winning formula.

      Keep in mind GWB barely lost WI, for example, in 2000 and 2004, and I guarantee you DeSantis will perform MUCH better with WWC than GWB.

      I mean It’s not like the bottom is going to completely drop off from Trump’s WWC margins to DeSantis, LOL. The evidence suggests otherwise.

    54. Tgca says:

      53

      Agreed!

      I want a nominee with the best chance of REALISTICALLY winning and that should be vetted out for strengths and weaknesses instead of coronating someone who benefitted his win in a VERY friendly state.

      I don’t want a nominee people are rushing to embrace because they’re upset they got duped in the Big Red Ripple and need to feel better about it by convincing themselves, “we’ll get ‘‘em next time.”

      My concern right now is that with the voting structure in this country, that the GOP may not be able to win with any candidate in 2024 even though they have a very good chance at the Senate and House.

    55. Tgca says:

      56

      Please list the legislation of great significance to everyday Floridians that DeSanctimonius has passed.

    56. Tgca says:

      The GOP in Floreedah has roughly 60% control in the legislature. Of course they’re going to vote with their leader.

      If any party president had 60% control of the Senate and House, you don’t think he’d get everything he wanted passed?

      You don’t think opponents would call that rubber stamping?

      You’re making my point. My concern is how will DeSanctimonius do in an environment not so friendly to him. That needs to be vetted before he is coronated.

      …and by the way, Rick Scott also had great success with the Florida legislature.

      Try to keep up Gordy.

    57. Tgca says:

      One more thing on rubber stamping.

      I recall that’s what Dems were saying of Trump when the GOP had control in 2017 and 2018.

    58. Tgca says:

      57

      WI of 20 years ago is NOT WI of 2022 no more than AZ, CO, NM, NV, and VA that GWB also won in 2004.

      What is the plan for DeSanctimonius to win these disenfranchised working class guys that would otherwise be Dems?

      How does a country club Republican win them today?

      Biden Sucks as a strategy did not work for the GOP in 2022 so I doubt it will work in 2024.

    59. jason says:

      Not what I said or suggested. He certainly needs to perform well enough with WWC voters, but if you get back some of the burb and moderate/indy voters in the process you can win those states as well. It’s a winning formula.”

      No it is political suicide. The “let’s see what we can get and hope if works out” didn’t work for McCain or Romney and it won’t work for the Golden Calf.

      “Getting back” is pie in the sky BS. How about looking forwards instead of backwards and instead of trying to reduce the size of your tent, trying to expand it. How about “getting more”?

      The GOP has an opportunity to recast itself as the party of the working class that live in all areas of the country. Of small business owners of all races. Of the growing exurbs. Of minorities including Hispanics, Asians, and Blacks.

      Or it can go back to Waingro’s “burb and moderate indy” mirage that will never happen.

      The choice is clear. Knowing the GOP, they will embrace the strategy most likely to lose.

    60. Tgca says:

      More proof journalists are visiting HHR secretly and reading my EXCELLENT analysis and stealing it for their articles.

      This articles uses NY as an example but other states fared as well also on pro-life winning in Dem districts, including Caleefawnyuh.

      ABORTION Did Not Hurt Republican Candidates

      …all across New York, a red wave did hit, with 10 Republicans winning congressional seats. Nine of them are pro-life.

      The GOP also made a net gain of three House seats, including picking up seats in two suburban New York City districts where Democrats outregistered Republicans.

      https://www.newsmax.com/john-gizzi/abortion-midterms-governors/2022/11/13/id/1096207/

    61. Tgca says:

      Anudder article cautioning rational review of the 2022 midterms and how Trump is still the leading candidate until someone jumps in and challenges him and risks a GOP war and ultimately losing many Trump voters.

      This is not saying Trump should be coronated like others are doing with DeSanctimonius but rather that they need to put caution to the win with overreacting when they’re overly emotional and stunned by being duped.

      Trump has been down and out before, especially after 2018 midterms and J6 2021, but he’s always come back so I wouldn’t count him out yet…and there are a number respectable political pundits now echoing Trump is not the blame for the Little Red Ripple last week.

      https://www.newsmax.com/newsmax-tv/republicans-trump-desantis/2022/11/14/id/1096332/

    62. jason says:

      “Iranian Parliament votes in favor of executing 15,000 women’s rights protestors”

    63. Tgca says:

      66

      Horrible!

      Can we trade those protestors for BLM or ANTIFA protestors?

      …or maybe PA Fetterman voters?

      In all seriousness, this is an example where the world steps in to stop Iran from such brutality.

    64. jason says:

      Zzzzz…. does anybody still watch Bill O’Reilly?

      No?

      Didn’t think so.

    65. jason says:

      Good article by Mike Lawler who beat Maloney in NY.

      “The red wave was real in New York and the GOP can build on it.”

      Some excerpts:

      “In the Hudson Valley, where I prevailed on Election Night over Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) chairman Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney — the first time in 42 years that a DCCC chairman lost re-election — voters once considered unreachable by Republicans were an essential part of my victory. Latino, Asian, Jewish, and a growing number of African-American voters rejected woke orthodoxy and all that comes with it — crime, inflation, higher taxes, social disharmony — and voted instead for public safety, common sense, and classic American economic opportunity.”

      Note he talks about building a coalition, not destroying one.

      “A great deal of credit goes to Congressman Lee Zeldin for running a smart, focused, and passionate anti-crime campaign in his narrow defeat last Tuesday. Zeldin dived right into the city’s ethnic communities, and his high-water mark floated all local Republican boats.

      Former President Donald Trump gets some credit, too. His trademark irascibility in the face of never-ending liberal media criticism inspired many ethnic working-class Americans to rally behind the underdog and question the media-enforced ­status quo.”

      And the clincher:

      “As the husband of a first-generation American who immigrated here from Moldova, a tiny nation living in the shadow of Putin’s aggression in Ukraine, I’m a big believer in the wisdom of new immigrants. Those who came here from socialist and formerly socialist nations in Eastern Europe, Latin America and Asia understand the blessings of freedom far more acutely than Americans who have been here for generations and who sometimes take religious and economic opportunity for granted. American greatness has always been best viewed through the eyes of immigrants.

      These voters should be the target of intense Republican outreach now. As with other ethnicities that arrived on these shores before them, new immigrants want what America has always promised — the opportunity for social and economic mobility free of unnecessary government interference, excellent schools, and safe communities. Instead of offering that, Democrats have tried to put immigrants in the ‘minority” box. They’ve suggested that immigrants are victims rather than full-fledged Americans. Bad mistake.”

      Lawler understands where the future of the GOP should be.

      Of course, the country club Rs and TDS morons won’t listen to him.

      https://nypost.com/2022/11/13/red-wave-was-real-in-new-york-and-the-gop-can-build-on-it/

    66. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Wasserman gives the checkmark to Juan Ciscomani(R) in AZ CD-6. With respect to control of the House, the Republicans are on the brink!

    67. jason says:

      “voters once considered unreachable by Republicans were an essential part of my victory. Latino, Asian, Jewish, and a growing number of African-American voters rejected woke orthodoxy and all that comes with it — crime, inflation, higher taxes, social disharmony — and voted instead for public safety, common sense, and classic American economic opportunity.”

      These voters should be the target of intense Republican outreach now. As with other ethnicities that arrived on these shores before them, new immigrants want what America has always promised — the opportunity for social and economic mobility free of unnecessary government interference, excellent schools, and safe communities. Instead of offering that, Democrats have tried to put immigrants in the ‘minority” box”

      Or you can go back and try to get the uber liberal wine sipping white suburban women products of Marxist academia.

      You can have Waingro’s vision or Lawler’s vision.

      You can’t have both.

    68. jason says:

      LOL

      Robb Schmitt:

      “Trump created this entire brand. Everything that you love about politics now. It’s all him. Without Trump the movement doesn’t exist, none of this exists. And Ron DeSantis is great, he’d probably be a great president, but if Trump had never gutted the Republican party, Ron DeSantis and many others would all look and sound just like John Boehner.

      They’d be golfing on the weekend with Mitt Romney.

    69. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Wasserman gives the checkmark to David Schweickhart(R) in AZ CD-1. GOP at 216 seats with all of CA out plus CO CD-3, Boelert’s(R) seat.

    70. Tgca says:

      72

      These voters should be the target of intense Republican outreach now.

      I have been saying this for f*ckin’ years but the GOP thinks going in 3 months before an election is enough. It ain’t! There’s no relationship building or credibility and trust built over a short time.

      I posted an article this AM about how the RNC specifically went into Latino Dem areas of Floreedah and set up outreach centers the last year or so and that is how they got more Latinos to register and vote GOP in Floreedah than before. They did intense reach out and targeted the audience with messaging. Does this mean they’ll stay in the GOP? No, but they gave them an alternative and exposed them to the GOP other than what they hear from libs and the MSM.

      DeSanctimonius should thank the RNC for this because THEY made outreach happen in Floreedah.

      Now my only question is why the RNC did not do this elsewhere. Could be limited funds and they wanted to test this in a safer area first. I dunno but the GOP leaders in each state should be reaching out to the RNC to see exactly what they did to get more Latinos registering and ultimately voting GOP in Floreedah and see how they can adapt that to their state.

    71. BayernFan says:

      NBC calls it for Hobbs

    72. Greymarch says:

      Can you imagine Haley as DeSantis’s VP? Heck, Haley would a fine general election candidate herself. Imagine the optics of gen-xers DeSantis and Haley together, explaining to the American people it’s time to put sleepy Uncle Joe to bed. It’s time for responsible, energetic republicans to run the executive branch.

      By the way, every rust-belt state Trump won, that supposedly DeSantis cant win? THAT’S A DAMN LIE. DeSantis has an ever better chance of winning those rust-belt states bc Trump is now seen as a loser. Voters dont like voting for losers. DeSantis will carry rust-belt states by larger numbers than Trump could ever dream of.

      #DeSantis2024, or you get #2020Biden again. Up to you.

    73. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #76
      Is there a bigger PUTZ on HHR than BayernFan?!

    74. JeffP says:

      Kari Lake ran behind every GOP House winner in AZ by a lot. Same as Trump did in 2020. He has been a drag on so many candidates.

    75. Tina says:

      Barf

      Better than the Biden’s beitch.

      Chad Pergram

      @ChadPergram
      ·
      42m
      Stefanik on GOP candidate forum: McCarthy got a standing ovation every time he spoke in there. I am confident that Kevin McCarthy will be elected Speaker.

    76. Tgca says:

      77

      Haley? Are you kidding me? She’s Mitt Romney in a skirt. Sticks her finger in the air to see which way the wind is blowing.

      I would not vote for her under any circumstance. I’d write in a candidate instead.

      She would sell out the GOP in a minute for a can of lentils.

    77. jason says:

      DeSantis will carry rust-belt states by larger numbers than Trump could ever dream of.”

      Zzzzz…..

      Just like Dole, McCain and Romney did.

      Hope and prayer is not a strategy.

      Read what Lawler wrote above.

    78. jason says:

      Nikki “you have to feel my pain” Haley is a non-starter for me.

      The Golden Calf better do better than that.

    79. jason says:

      I already said McCarthy was going nowhere. I doubt McConnell will either.

    80. Tina says:

      For sure this did not help when gooober proposed codifying it.
      Rather than take the win. He tried to spike the football
      (See his actions in September)

      Igor Bobic

      @igorbobic
      ·
      3h
      Some GOP senators acknowledged the role that abortion played in the midterms.

      “I think abortion was a much bigger issue against us than we anticipated,” Romney said

      “Dobbs did have an impact on the suburban vote,” Tillis added

    81. jason says:

      He has been a drag on so many candidates”

      Zzzzz….

    82. Tgca says:

      79

      Perhaps you should EDUMACATE yourself more.

      I believe Trump endorsed 15 high profile races and 9 won, and a number of others came closer than would otherwise have been expected normally had expectations not been set so high.

      Trump endorsed NY candidates that won and Zeldin that came very close. He endorsed a major upset in NV too.

      I’m gonna do an analysis myself of every senate and gubbernor candidate he endorsed and report back the results later this week.

    83. jason says:

      “Dobbs did have an impact on the suburban vote,” Tillis added”

      Zzzzzzzz…..

      Republicans always have an excuse of why suburban voters are rejecting them. McCain had excuses. Romney had excuses. Now it it is “Dobbs”.

      It ignores the 800-lb gorilla in the room. Well educated suburbanites are increasingly liberal reflecting the far left academia they come from.

      It isn’t any single issue like Dobbs. Or Trump.
      Or the flavor of the month.

    84. jason says:

      I predict that you will find that most Trump endorsed candidates won.

      But the TDS morons will only talk about the ones that lost.

      It is what they do best. Parrot the MSM narrative.

    85. jason says:

      “As Orange County gets into the vote center ballots, tonight’s #CA47 update breaks 57.7% 42.3% for Republican Scott Baugh, who slashes Katie Porter’s lead by 2,446 votes down to 2,891 and 1.28%”

    86. Phil says:

      Send a thank you card to Lee Zeldin. He’s the reason we aren’t looking at another Democratic House majority. He drug at least four (and maybe five) Republican congressmen across the finish line in NY

      He was literally the difference. That and DeSantis standing up to the go along GOPers in the Florida legislature who wanted to “be nice” and draw two more favorable Democratic seats during redistricting.

      All told, that’s 6-8 Republican seats combined.

    87. Tina says:

      Thanks to rinos that may endorse piglosi

    88. jason says:

      Lake cuts Hobbs lead to 20k, but there are not enough votes left.

      Anyone think a 20k win in AZ is legitimate?

    89. Tgca says:

      89

      Agreed!

      If Trump was an overwhelming factor in this election, shouldn’t it be also true that he is also responsible for energizing 5 more million people voting GOP than Dems voting?

      Imagine if Trump never was an overwhelming factor in this election, there would be millions of less GOP voters and the GOP would have been slaughtered across the US in votes and lost many seats at many levels.

    90. Tina says:

      Absolutely Phil. Glad you are posting again.

      Zeldin saved us and deserves 100% of the credit.

    91. Robbie says:

      Kari Lake’s loss has brought a smile to my face. She is a grotesque person and one of the worst election deniers outside of Trump.

    92. jason says:

      HFC is going to vote for Pelosi?

      I am sure NYC will be here soon to shill for them.

    93. Tgca says:

      92

      Lee Zeldin? You mean the candidate Trump endorsed?

      But he lost! Blame Trump.

    94. jason says:

      Any Democrat who won brings a smile to Amoral Scumbag’s face.

      There is no more “grotesque” person than Hobbs, but then she is a Democrat.

    95. Tina says:

      y Johnson

      @bennyjohnson
      ·
      57m
      BREAKING: Republican Michelle Steel wins re-election to the U.S. House in CA-45

    96. Tina says:

      ecision Desk HQ

      @DecisionDeskHQ

      Official
      Decision Desk HQ projects Rep. Ken Calvert (R) wins re-election to the U.S. House in California’s 41st Congressional District.

      #DecisionMade: 9:01pm EST

    97. Tgca says:

      97

      I fixed your post Robbie.

      All GOP Kari Lake’s losses has have brought a smile to my face. Republicans are She is a grotesque people person and all one of the worst election deniers outside of just like Trump.

    98. jason says:

      Newsome is losing Fresno, Riverside, San Bernadino and Orange Counties and another 30 counties. Losing Orange Co. by 5.

      Disappointing that he is winning San Diego by 10.

    99. Tina says:

      2022 California Gubernatorial Race: Gov. Newsom Has Lowest Democrat Percentage Since 2010

      If Dahle holds percentage, it would be closest race for GOP since 2010

    100. NYCmike says:

      Robbie says:
      November 14, 2022 at 9:32 pm
      Kari Lake’s loss has brought a smile to my face. She is a grotesque person and one of the worst election deniers outside of Trump.

      -This guy is certifiable.

    101. Tina says:

      Way to go Brandon’s beitch

      Elisa Martinez

      @elisa1121
      ·
      22h
      So basically, we lost the Senate for Lisa Murkowski.

    102. NYCmike says:

      On the other hand, I don’t understand her saying what she said about “McCain Republicans”.

      That was stupid.

    103. Gameboy says:

      #94. You are really asking that question LOL

    104. Tina says:

      30 percent of the precincts down on Election Day.

      I wonder if there is litigation

      And what about the plus 10 polls. She consistently led outside the
      Margin of FrAud.

    105. NYCmike says:

      Gameboy,

      You aren’t?

      AZ, NV, PA, WI, MI, MN, even NYC – any place with large urban “ballot” centers are suspicious, especially when they resist any attempt to let sunshine into those rooms and use fraud-filled methods like universal VBM.

      I would include OR, WA and CO on those lists, because of Portland, Seattle and Denver.

    106. Robbie says:

      Allan Smith
      @akarl_smith
      Trump-endorsed Gov, Sen and SOS candidates in swing states Biden won

      Governors:

      Lake: L
      Mastriano: L
      Michels: L
      Dixon: L
      Lombardo: W
      Perdue: L

      Senate:

      Masters: L
      Oz: L
      Johnson: W
      Laxalt: L
      Walker: Runoff
      Bolduc: L

      SOS:

      Finchem: L
      Karamo: L
      Marchant: L
      Hice: L

      – SO. MUCH. WINNING.

    107. Robbie says:

      Dan McLaughlin
      @baseballcrank

      Doug Ducey would have won those races. Mark Brnovich would have won those races. Lake & Blake lost winnable races because they were bad candidates. If the dogs won’t eat the dog food, don’t blame the dogs.

      – One day, but not anytime soon, Jason fraud will finally figure this out. But in the meantime, he’s going to continue to wash Trump’s balls.

    108. jason says:

      Nice cherry picking Amoral Scumbag.

      Note Amoral Scumbag didn’t list Vance or Britt or any of the what, 250 Trump endorsements that won.

      And that several of his Ls are primaries.

      What a despicable POS.

      Triggered that Trump has 10 x more integrity than he does.

    109. jason says:

      Didn’t Brnovich run in the primary and lose?

      Masters was a damm good candidate. Sometimes good candidates lose.

    110. jason says:

      If Ducey was such a great candidate, why didn’t he run?

      I have a feeling he didn’t run because he didn’t think he would win.

      Screw him.

      Next time maybe he will fight for voting integrity.

      Actually, I hope there isn’t a next time.

    111. jason says:

      Gameboy says:
      November 14, 2022 at 10:02 pm

      #94. You are really asking that question LOL”

      I guess Gameboy thinks the AZ results where Lake lost by 20k are legitimate?

      Like I said, anyone who says MSM brainwashing doesn’t work is an idiot.

    112. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      105. Disappointing that he is winning San Diego by 10.

      The City of San Diego in the last 10 years has become solidly Democratic. The entire city council in San Diego and all state offices and congressional districts in the City are held by Democrats.

      Rural and some eastern San Diego County cities, Coronado, and areas around Camp Pendleton are still Republican.

      The huge influx of tech and biotec, and growing Hispanic population had a lot to do with it.

    113. jason says:

      Laxalt and Lake were both robbed.

      You read it here first.

      20k in AZ or 10k in NV are not outside the MOF.

    114. Tina says:

      The list also excludes Hee has, ga.

      Trump endorsed him the day before the election.

      We can easily play the omit game.

      But the Russian hoaxer (and otherrs here apparently) want a gop civil war

    115. Dylan says:

      Is there ANYTHING Laxalt or Lake could have done that they didn’t do that could have overcome the fraud? It’s the system more than the candidates

      Lindsey Graham guaranteed both would win post Election Day ….

    116. Dylan says:

      Looks like Rick Caruso’s 100M spent on the LA Mayoral race did as well as Gallagher’s last watermelon…..

    117. gameboy says:

      #118

      My comment was meant to be sarcastic. Anyone with a brain can figure out the numbers are ILLEGIMATE.

      It wasn’t just fraud though. It was also big money. Based on comments I see from you in here you are in total support of unlimited taxpayer dollars we are sending to the Ukraine. The FTX crypto thing is showing us a good chunk of the billions sent to Ukraine didn’t go to the war effort. The corrupt Ukrainian officials kicked back (laundered) the funds right back to to the DNC. Nice of us US taxpayers to chip in LOL

      I do find it interesting that you rip the Robbie dude for just rehashing MSM talking point while you tow the MSM talking points on the Ukrain thing.

    118. Tgca says:

      119

      More reason to hope for 9.5 earthquake centered in San Diego.

    119. Tgca says:

      123

      More reason to hope aftershocks from the 9.5 San Diego earthquake are 8.5 quakes in LA.

    120. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      A grand event should be scheduled at Disneyland’s Fantasyland. It should include all those who believe Trump is Putin’s puppet; and all those who believe Biden is a Ukrainian puppet. They can all get together in NeverNeverland and form a giant jumbo conspiracy theory involving everybody and everything.

    121. jason says:

      Hey Gameboy go play with your Putin doll and GFY, in any order.

    122. Tgca says:

      More reason AZ is f*cked up.

      Arizona teacher, hubby lose jobs after filming OnlyFans videos in class

      The skank claims she and her husband had trouble making ends meet on two teacher salaries so in order to SURVIVE she filmed porn on school premises but only after school when no students were around.

      https://nypost.com/2022/11/14/arizona-teacher-filmed-onlyfans-videos-in-classroom/

    123. jason says:

      Did anyone doubt Amoral Scumbag would drive by here to celebrate a moonbat winning AZ governor?

    124. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Moderate GOP Rep. Don Bacon of Nebraska told NBC News on Monday night that if the GOP Conference can’t agree to elect McCarthy or any other Republican as speaker on the House floor, then he would be willing to work with Democrats to elect a moderate Republican for the top post.”

    125. Tgca says:

      Oh these poor poor Twitter employees. Now they have to buy their own breakfast, lunch, and dinner like the rest of us.

      After issuing return-to-office ultimatum, Musk is now eliminating free meals for Twitter staff—arguing no one was turning up to eat them

      https://fortune.com/2022/11/14/elon-musk-twitter-employee-free-meal-perks-cut/

    126. Tgca says:

      Only a RINO moron from MA would claim GOP candidates were extremists compared to reasonable Dem candidates.

      Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, a Republican, says the midterm elections were indicative that voters in swing states “aren’t interested in extremism.”

      “I think the biggest issue that played out in the midterms … is voters, generally speaking, especially in the battleground states, aren’t interested in extremism,” Baker told Jake Tapper on CNN’s “The Lead.”

      “They want people who they believe are going be reasonable, who are going to be collaborative and who represent sort of the fundamental tenet of democracy — that it’s supposed to be a distributed decision making model and you’re supposed to be okay with that,” Baker said.

      https://www.newsmax.com/politics/america-first-trump-endorsed-kari-lake/2022/11/14/id/1096347/

    127. Florida Guy says:

      Whoever posted that look at which incumbents won even at 48% — dead on. I doubted your analysis a bit.

      CCM even beat Laxalt when he was polling above her 47 or 48%.

      Trust me, that one was a surprise. GOP pollsters and right-leaning pollsters thought Laxalt had that one by 1-2%.

      –FlaGuy

    128. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      From The Hill:

      “Republicans are one seat away from securing the 218 members they need to take control of the House chamber with key wins projected in Arizona and California late Monday.

      The Associated Press called Arizona’s 1st Congressional District for GOP Rep. David Schweikert and the state’s 6th District for Juan Ciscomani around 9:25 p.m.”

    129. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      135. A thin red line, with some soldiers who would prefer to shoot at each other rather than the opposing side.

    130. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      If misery loves company, Trump only needs to look at the public criticism of Putin in Russia after the loss of Kherson:

      “A pro-war Russian ideologist, Alexander Dugin, openly criticized Putin—whom he referred to as the autocrat—for failing to uphold Russian ideology by surrendering Kherson City on November 12. Dugin said this Russian ideology defines Russia’s responsibility to defend “Russian cities” such as Kherson, Belgorod, Kursk, Donetsk, and Simferopol. Dugin noted that an autocrat has a responsibility to save his nation all by himself or face the fate of “king of the rains,” a reference to Sir James Frazer’s The Golden Bough in which a king was killed because he was unable to deliver rain amidst a drought.”

    131. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      @Decisions
      projects.
      A 28 point shift towards
      @RonDeSantisFL
      in 3 Weeks

      2024 Texas Republican Primary:
      DeSantis 43% (+11)
      Trump 32%
      Pence 5%
      Haley 4%
      T. Scott 1%
      Pompeo 1%

      Without Trump:
      DeSantis 66%
      Pence 8%
      Haley 5%
      Pompeo 3%
      T. Scott 2%

      .@CWS_Research/@TexasGOP, 1,099 LV, 11/12-13
      https://texasgop.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/22.11.14-Republican-Party-of-Texas-Statewide-2024-R-Primary-Likely-Voter-Poll.pdf

    132. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      2024 Republican Primary Polls:

      Iowa:
      DeSantis 48% (+11)
      Trump 37%

      New Hampshire:
      DeSantis 52% (+15)
      Trump 37%

      Georgia:
      DeSantis 55% (+20)
      Trump 35%

      Florida:
      DeSantis 56% (+26)
      Trump 30%

      @WPAIntel/@club4growth
      11/11-13
      https://clubforgrowth.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/CfGAction_2024_Primary_PollSummary_221114.pdf

    133. VictrC says:

      The only thing more useless than Robbie’s driveby’s are polls taken 15 months before the first Primary.

      Who would have thought in November 2014 that Donald Trump would not only get the Republican nomination, but that he would become. President.

      For instance, this poll after the 2014 mid-terms

      Quinnipiac Poll – Nov. 24, 2014
      Mitt Romney’s 19%
      Jeb Bush with 11%
      Chris Christie 8%
      Ben Carson 8%
      Rand (0-152) 6%
      Paul Ryan 5%
      Ted Cruz 5%
      Scott Walker (remember him) 5%
      Mike Huckabee 5%

      So maybe we shouldn’t be fighting over the next nominee, and in the process fighting/trashing each other just yet. There is a lot that can happen in the next 15 months. World event, national events, Trumps age (he’s going to be 78…there is no guarantee he’ll be healthy in a year). So maybe, just maybe, we can stop all the name calling and fighting, digest what happened this cycle (we took the house and made lots of gains in state houses and more importantly local school boards), and then let the process play out.

    134. Gordon Allen says:

      Kari Lake loses to the ” worst candidate” in America”.
      Nothing to see here

    135. Bitterlaw says:

      VC – I tried to make the same point earlier. In 2014, nobody at HHR predicted that a Billionaire Democrat who funded Schumer, Reid, Hillary Clinton, Planned Parenthood, etc. would be the 2016 Republican nominee for President and win the WH. Every potential candidate for 2024 has strengths and weaknesses. Let it play out.b

    136. Gordon Allen says:

      DeSantis a “country club ” Republica?
      Has anyone told the Governor that? That might nominate Trump because DeSantis might die laughing… literally.
      I guess the sun really does rise in the West to some here.
      Unbelievable.

    137. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t personally know any country club Republicans but they exist. I do know country club Democrats. Does owning several country clubs make Trump a country club Republican?

    138. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “On Monday, 86 elected officials in Utah signed on to a letter urging Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to open an exploratory committee to consider running for president in 2024. Although the letter didn’t mention the former president by name, it appears to be a rebuke of the Trump wing of the party after several pundits have blamed Trump in part for the GOP’s disappointing showing nationally in the midterm elections.”

    139. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      142. “Every potential candidate for 2024 has strengths and weaknesses. Let it play out.”

      Trump is about to announce he is running for president. There is no time to “play it out”. Trump needs to get the message now that it’s time for someone else.

    140. Bitterlaw says:

      SDC – Unless PA moves up its 2024 primary, the nomination fight could be over by the time I get to vote. That is what happened in 2016. I did not vote for Trump in the 2016 primary but he got my vote in the GE.

    141. Todd McCain says:

      I don’t know really any CC Republicans anymore. They are all Democrats now. This Trump announcement is looking like such parody, trying to somehow spin ’22 as a success. What planet is he living on? Kari Lake goes down — he’s 0/10 in his major MAGA endorsements. Great Job! Do people understand that to make policy, you actually have to win? A 5-4 Supreme Court is closer than many would like to admit sadly. According to insiders, Walker is very concerned this Trump/DeSantis drama is going to spill over into GA and cost him the race. No wonder he’s asking Kemp for help…..

    142. Todd McCain says:

      Also, re Kari Lake, I really did want her to win and grew to really like her. But she did NOT run a traditional campaign and these decisions likely cost her the race — not muh voter fraud. Yall know her campaign ran zero ads? She got most of her media from twitter and her press conference. As everyone knows, twitter is not real like. Katie Hobbs was the WORST DEM candidate this cycle. She spent more time in Starbucks than on the campaign trail. The GOP won the state GB by 6 and flipped two house sets. No excuse to lose the gov
      that Ducey won by 12 by in a Blue Wave year. Embarrassing. Congrats. We chalked up another one.

    143. SoHope says:

      Lol…country club republican. Trump freaking owns country clubs. Before he rejoined the GOP and reinvented himself as a man of the people he was hosting cocktails parties with the Clinton and Hollywood types. He had Elton John at his (3rd) wedding.

    144. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Republicans have flocked to television shows to declare that there is no single leader of the party anymore. “We’re not a cult,” Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana said on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday”

    145. WizardofCozz says:

      #149,

      The Republicans refused to fund AZ races, on top of that Hobbs refused to debate. You can’t look at past races, because that was before VBM. I’m not saying VBM is fraud in and of itself, but VBM allows Dems to works for months to go out into the cities and just harvest votes, until the R’s figure out how to do this on the same level they aren’t going to win statewide races in AZ, NV, or PA.

    146. SoHope says:

      Hey…the GOP need a machine. Unfortunately Trump and his MAGAs are like an over zealous immune system attacking anything that isn’t Trump and resembles competent leadership and organization as RINO establishment. How do you compete in 50 states with VBM and early voting if everything needs Trump’s blessing?

    147. Tgca says:

      150. SoHopeLess

      No one questions Trump’s silver spoon or lavish life style, but as a man who worked in construction for decades, he runs with the working class and is much like them in style and thought. He acts and talks like a construction worker, as opposed to many elites like Romney who would not caught being dead rubbing elbows with such peasants.

      Some wealthy people from humble beginnings also don’t forget their roots although many do, like Hollywood entertainers who think they’re above others when many never got pass a high school education or worked menial jobs before lucking out and hitting the big time.

      It’s not about where you come from or live, it’s about how you relate to people.

      Trump is very unique that he has the ability to live in both worlds and that’s why his rallies are packed with the peasants.

    148. SoHope says:

      The way to sidelines Trump and convince people that we need to do early voting and voting by mail is to show what winning looks like. DeSantis did that in FL. Won early voting and election day voting. He needs to say look at the scoreboard.

    149. Todd McCain says:

      152. Listen. Just like in business as is politics, you either need to adapt or die. The CAGOP complained for years about CA Ballot Harvesting. What happened? McCarthy said enough is enough, after the 2018 debacle where we lost the House with literally the best economy since the late 1980’s. The GOP began to ballot harvest. Notice how we are now winning all these late ballot drops?? Calvert won, Garcia will win, Steel won, Kim won a landslide, hell, we might even beat Porter as the OC drop last night was 58-42 GOP. Republicans cannot hold their fire for only one day, Democrats are voting for three weeks. Again, Trump’s attacks got the GOP to mistrust early voting and I think that was a big mistake that cost him tens of thousands of votes in 2020. McCarthy actually said as much in the 2020 autopsy. Bank votes as much as possible, it doesn’t hurt.

    150. SoHope says:

      His rallies were big because he owned the libs and was an outsider. He ran for office like Rush Limbaugh hosted his show. Trump was entertaining.

      Now his act is stale, he’s no longer an outsider, and mostly Republicans want to win and they don’t think he can.

    151. SoHope says:

      And again bravo on “SoHopeLess”. If is a really good dog. Way better than Golden Calf.

    152. SoHope says:

      *dig

    153. dblaikie says:

      Those with a long memory here know that I have supported Donald Trump. I still think that with the covid emergency the dems in Pa and other states used mail-in voting to elect Biden. It was a brillant scheme to steal an election with total legality. Yet I really believe that Trump lost it mentally two years ago. And he hasn’t gotten much better since. To attack DeSantis right after his astounding victory was stupid, but even worse just plain mean. His words demeaned him!

      If Trump announces that he is going to run tonight it will be terrible mistake on his part. Worse yet, if he continues this meaningless ugliness and just being flat out petty and mean he is going to lose.

      It is already too late for me. Who isn’t sick and tired of being afraid of what stupid thing this man is going to say in order to “counter punch”?

      The sad thing is he moved this country forward with good policy. I will always be grateful for what he did with his judicial appointments.

      However, I now believe it is time for him too move on. The truth is that Ron Desantis learned alot about good policy from Trump. If he would only swallow his pride and ego enough to endorse DeSantis as the one who helped him and mentored him for this very moment.

      But he won’t do that! It is sad! Instead he is going to be vicious and petty unless something changes with his brain. I am tired of all that. DeSantis is my choice.

    154. Todd McCain says:

      Well, it is no longer an if that he runs again. His ego is just too much and he cannot stand not being the center of attention. Notice how he still talks to the NYT despite the fact they have proven time and time again that they are NOT his friends? He wants Maggie Haberman’s approval. No thanks! If DeSantis did beat him, I have no doubt Trump would sabotage him in the general. That is just who he is unfortunately. He doesn’t care about the GOP, only himself, he just used the GOP as vector to get elected.

    155. Tgca says:

      Country club politicians are not about physical attendance or wealth. It’s about who you most align yourself with ideologically and how you see yourself compared to others.

      Country club politicians may not be wealthy.

      I knew people in NY and San Francisco that were country club people even though they had no great wealth. They viewed themselves as part of the elite and embraced all the materiality and culture that went with it and wouldn’t be caught mingling with the peasants unless it was a volunteer event to show how altruistic they were to help the lower life forms.

      That being the case, I’d expect 90% of Radnor are country club people. They often drive by the bad parts of Philly too.

    156. jason says:

      How do you compete in 50 states with VBM and early voting if everything needs Trump’s blessing?”

      LOL, like the problem with VBM is Trump?

      The problem with VBM is that it is corrupt and rife with fraud.

      Bank votes as much as possible, it doesn’t hurt”

      Of course it hurts if the votes don’t count.

    157. jason says:

      I don’t know really any CC Republicans anymore. They are all Democrats now.”

      Sometimes from the mouths of idiots you get a kernel of truth.

      At least someone admits the suburbs are trending liberal.

    158. jason says:

      he’s no longer an outsider,”

      Oh, believe me, Trump is still very much an outsider.

      That is why the Republican elites hate him.

    159. Todd McCain says:

      Yeah, I’m an idiot, because I don’t believe in your election denialism conspiracy theories and notice how all of those candidates everyone one of them lost. Maybe run some normal Republicans like Yee and maybe we could win. The election integrity reforms that you want accomplished will NEVER happen until we win. Would have been nice to have that WI and AZ governorship right now with GOP state houses in both states. Great Job!

    160. SoHope says:

      CC republican voters do exist and DeSantis winning them is how he won in Palm Beach County and ran up the score in FL. Instead of attacking potential candidates as RINO and Establishment and Statist. How about we pick someone that can win the election?

    161. Bitterlaw says:

      And once again, the expert’s expectations are wrong about Radnor. The expert should stick to places he has actually lived/worked.

    162. jason says:

      DeSantis did that in FL. Won early voting and election day voting.”

      So what? Florida has a good system.
      Did you notice how long it took to get the results?

      Did you notice how long it took to get results in AZ and NV? Do you have confidence that Rs who lost by very small margins really lost?

      Many states have corrupt systems designed during the pandemic to allow Dems to steal the elections.

      Using FL as an example actually proves my point. If PA, NV, and AZ had the same system we would all have confidence in the results.

    163. Todd McCain says:

      Would have been nice to have that PA governorship wouldn’t it?? Looks like the GOP may actually keep the state house by one vote. Great Job!

    164. Tgca says:

      I agree age should be a considering factor in any POTUS run.

      That said, unless Trump‘s health is expected to go down hill soon, he is much more active and alert than most his age. Yes, that can change fast when approaching 80 so I agree it’s a legitimate factor.

      But so is having a candidate whose wife just recovered from cancer. Breast cancer can have a high return rate in the 1st few years depending on the type of cancer and family history so if we’re gonna legitimately question whether Trump’s age can go down hill fast and impact electability or ability to serve, shouldn’t we consider the same with DeSanctimonius. Think John Edwards.

      Imagine the worst possible situation where a family member has a downturn and the candidate can no longer devote
      time to campaigning and has to be there for his wife and young kids. Full disclosure should be made public if you’re running for public office about the potential risks.

      I know this is an extreme situation but so is talking about someone’s age and them being a risk within a year or two.

    165. SoHope says:

      Jason and others brag like it’s a badge of honor the multitude of voters they can’t win with Trump. When called out on it they pretend like those voters no longer exist. They do exist and they started voting Democrat or having depressed turnout. 49% of 18-29 year olds voted for DeSantis. The other 49 states the number was like 30%.

    166. Tgca says:

      168

      How cruel to remind me I could NEVER live in Radnor.

      They don’t allow minorities there unless they’re doing manual labor on your home.

    167. Todd McCain says:

      DeSanctimonious is the lamest nick name he has come up w too. And I credit him with being the king of great nick names that stuck, Low Energy Jeb, Little Marco, Crazy Nancy, Lyin’ Ted, Old Crow, Cryin’ Chuck and of course Crooked Hillary.

    168. SoHope says:

      And until we get the VBM rules we want you would have us sit on our hands and not bank early votes.

    169. Todd McCain says:

      175. Changes to VBM rules won’t happen until we win. Sad truths hit hard.

    170. Tgca says:

      172. SoHopeLess

      You really believe DeSanctimonius is going to be competitive amongst the young in NY and San Francisco or any other major Dem city?

      I guess you think DeSanctimonius can get most of the 30% of NY’s Latino population too because he won some Puerto Rican voters in central Floreedah.

      By the way, I have a financial interest in bridge from NYC to London. You interested? I can sell it to you at a discount. Great investment for you.

    171. Tgca says:

      174

      I “HEART” DeSanctimonius moniker. I’m sticking with it.

      I will interchange it with “Ronaldo” or “The Great Italian Warrior” as appropriate.

    172. Todd McCain says:

      Also, did Kari Lake really have to tell John McCain supporters to leave her campaign rally and say she didn’t want their votes? Talk about costing yourself votes…..9% of Republicans voted for Hobbs according to the exit polls, stupid ass.

    173. jason says:

      Instead of attacking potential candidates as RINO and Establishment and Statist. How about we pick someone that can win the election?”

      I love it here.

      TDS morons attacking Trump here 24/7 are against attacking potential candidates?

      I guess saying that maybe the Golden Calf is not guaranteed to win the GE and that he will not necessarily inherit Trump’s winning coalition and that he should pursue a big tent strategy to attract new demographics to the GOP instead of chasing the country club Rs that Todd McCain has admitted are Dems now is an “attack”.

      The “Golden Calf” syndrome is alive and well with the TDS morons. The Golden Calf needs to be venerated and anointed with the Presidency because it will automatically inherit it.

    174. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      SoHope
      Glad your back at HHR in full force. Hope all goes well.
      Other than the Hines defeat in CD-13, the GOP did well in NC. The State will be redistricted again next year with a resultant outcome of two additional House seats. Winning the NC Supreme Court will reverberate politically for some time.

    175. jason says:

      9% of Republicans voted for Hobbs according to the exit polls, stupid ass.”

      And what did they get?

      An open borders quasi-moron Governor.

      For what? To spite Trump?

      He is still a billionaire. They will have to live with Hobbs.

      Who got the short end of the stick?

      I understand TDS morons are so stupid they will cut off their nose to spite their face.

      The question is, should they be commended for it?

    176. Tgca says:

      160

      I agree about timing and maybe it’s time for Trump to move on.

      But coronating DeSanctimonius is a big mistake. I predict as the public gets to see more of him, his negatives will go up, especially with women.

      He is like Trump in many ways. He is arrogant and thin-skinned. He can’t take criticism and is very defensive and feels he must always win every argument by attacking or mocking others.

      Now who does that sound like?

      He’s a younger version of Trump. A Trump mini-me.

      Come live in Floreedah and you will see that side of DeSanctimonius. He gets away with it here because of the ultra-friendly GOP environment but that’s not gonna work in a good deal of the country.

    177. jason says:

      Other than the Hines defeat in CD-13, the GOP did well in NC.”

      Really?

      And Ted Budd was endorsed by Trump.

      What happened?

    178. jason says:

      He gets away with it here because of the ultra-friendly GOP environment but that’s not gonna work in a good deal of the country.”

      Ahh, don’t worry Tgca.

      Everyone in the rest of the country will look at the Golden Calf and say “wow, he IS the Golden Calf, and if they love him in FL I will certainly love him here in WI”.

      I read it here on HHR.

    179. Todd McCain says:

      TDS LOLOLOL. You can’t call someone that who voted for him in the 2016 primary as well as two general elections. I can speak for a lot of people who are just done w his antics, nonsense and drama. He’s losing people by the day dude.

    180. jason says:

      I love it that the Golden Calf worshipers are calling for “unity” while they trash Trump and his voters.

      They hypocrisy is astounding.

    181. jason says:

      You can’t call someone that who voted for him in the 2016 primary as well as two general elections.”

      Sure I can.

      You are a TDS moron.

      Damm, that was easy.

    182. Todd McCain says:

      Tedd Budd was a very mainstream candidate who ran a traditional campaign on kitchen table issues. He didn’t delve into election conspiracy theories. He won. Take the hint.

    183. Todd McCain says:

      You listen to people like this dumbass Jason the GOP will be the permanent minority party forever.

    184. jason says:

      The TDS morons want a GOP civil war?

      Fine. Let’s have it.

      They think this will be good for the party?

      Ok.

      The Dems are rushing right now to supermarkets to buy popcorn.

    185. Bitterlaw says:

      More zzzzzzzzzz from the Radnor EXPERT who has never been to Radnor.

    186. Todd McCain says:

      To the contrary, I do not want a GOP Civil War. I want us to learn from our mistakes from the last four elections and run quality candidates that can win — not election deniers and candidates with bat sh*t crazy abortion positions with no exceptions for life of the mother.

    187. jason says:

      Tedd Budd was a very mainstream candidate who ran a traditional campaign on kitchen table issues.”

      Zzzz….

      Tedd Budd was endorsed by Trump. He was an “election denier”. He voted against certifying the 2020 election. His view of Jan 6 was “it was just patriots standing up” (quote). He has “tremendous constitutional concerns about how the election of 2020 happened.” (quote) He even refused to say whether he would accept the results of the 2022 election.

      He won. But since it doesn’t fit the narrative that Trump’s endorsements were the reason the GOP didn’t do well, we will conveniently ignore it.

    188. Todd McCain says:

      If all Trump is gonna do in the 2024 campaign is talk about how the 2020 election was stolen from him and scores he’s going to settle, he is going to lose a Goldwater like landslide. You heard it here first.

    189. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 15, 2022 at 10:10 am

      More zzzzzzzzzz from the Radnor EXPERT who has never been to Radnor.”

      Damm. I have been to Radnor several times.

      I am glad Bitter now considers me an expert.

      This will be very valuable going forward.

    190. jason says:

      Todd McCain says:
      November 15, 2022 at 10:13 am

      If all Trump is gonna do in the 2024 campaign is talk about how the 2020 election was stolen from him and scores he’s going to settle, he is going to lose a Goldwater like landslide. You heard it here first.”

      I love it.

      TDS moron makes up what the thinks Trump would campaign on and then renders a verdict.

      The GOP is in real trouble, because these are the people that control the party.

    191. jason says:

      and run quality candidates that can win”

      Ah yes, screw the voters, let’s pick “quality candidates” in smoke filled rooms and anoint them the nominees.

      This worked so well in the 1950’s.

    192. Todd McCain says:

      Maybe that needs to happen more. In VA, they pick the gov nominee by GOP convention and not a traditional primary, we got a quality candidate and GUESS WHAT?? WE WON!

    193. Tgca says:

      195

      Agreed!

      …and if all DeSanctimonius is going to do is lash out at big companies that have gone woke and attack trannies and groomers, he will lose as well.

      Cultural issues are important but so are inflation, housing and food prices, gas prices, etc.

    194. Tgca says:

      192

      I drive through Radnor once. I was chased by elitist libs to get out. No White Puerto Rican Gays AA allowed.

    195. dblaikie says:

      183 I must say in certain ways I have missed this blog and now that I am back, it still puts a smile on my face. Your post makes no sense and the vote last Tuesday proves this. When you consider the vote in Miami Dade County, Palm Beach County, and he only lost Broward by less than 100000 votes. It seems like he got away with it in the most dem counties in Florida.

    196. jason says:

      bat sh*t crazy abortion positions with no exceptions for life of the mother.”

      Straw argument BS.

      Can you name ONE GOP candidate that ran on “no exceptions for the life of the mother’?

      Even Mastriano, who was probably the most extreme candidate on abortion in the country, didn’t run on that.

      “My personal views are irrelevant in the effect I can’t do anything with abortion because it’s codified in law. We have the Abortion Control Act that guides abortion in Pennsylvania.”

      Laxalt? No. Oz? No. Walker? No. Masters? No.

    197. Tgca says:

      191

      Agreed! A civil war will erupt in the GOP if the GOP snowflakes continue to be upset they got duped by the Little Red Ripple and keep blaming Trump.

      Trump will go full scorch on DeSanctimonius and turn at least 25% of the GOP away from DeSanctimonius and Ronaldo could forget about working class voters in MI, PA, and WI as well as Trump dud rallies constantly bashing The Italian Warrior.

      The MSM and libs would love it and instigate it further 24/7 and DeSanctimonius would be lucky if he got 50 million votes in an election.

    198. jason says:

      I drive through Radnor once. I was chased by elitist libs to get out. No White Puerto Rican Gays AA allowed.”

      I was well received. A cop pulled me over and asked me if my vehicle had lost some parts on the road. Since he had never seen horse poop before in his life I just said “ah thanks, Officer, those parts are not essential”.

    199. SoHope says:

      Jason has Stockholm Syndrome. Basically if we don’t all suck Trump’s shriveled c*** like you have been and coronate him for 2024 then he will destroy the GOP? And this is who we should continue to back for leader of the GOP. I don’t negotiate with hostage takers.

    200. Tgca says:

      Many are propping up DeSanctimonius the same way Chris Christie was propped up and we saw how that worked out nationally.

      You guys got duped by the Little Red Ripple and now you’re getting duped by coronating someone whose major legislative successes in a red state have been anti-woke, anti-trannie, and anti-drag.

      Where’s the beef?

      COVID, yeah, he FINALLY opened up the state in late 2020 and stopped paying people to stay home in late 2021, a year later, with the largest per capita death rates of all the large states, even more than NY and CA even though Floreedah did not peak until 3 months after NY.

    201. jason says:

      The TDS morons think a GOP civil war will be good for the Golden Calf and the party.

      Let’s see.

      The Dems and MSM are already defining the Golden Calf as a fascist.

      The TDS morons are already defining the Golden Calf as the anti-Trump who will end this nonsense about appealing to deplorables and the working class and minorities and get back to the GOP “traditional” constituencies and reintroduce the country club Rs as legitimate owners of the party.

      Tgca is wrong about the Golden Calf being the new Trump.

      The TDS morons want him to be the new Mitt Romney. Or maybe the new Jeb Bush.

      Very inspiring.

    202. Todd McCain says:

      ..Another issue is the sense of entitlement oozing off Trump right now and this is also turning people off. No one is entitled to the nomination; they need to work for it. No one owes him unconditional loyalty.

    203. jason says:

      Jason has Stockholm Syndrome”

      Hilarious.

      Maybe the terminal TDS moron can find ONE post where I said I think Trump should be “coronated” in 2024?

    204. jason says:

      No one is entitled to the nomination; they need to work for it”

      LOL

      This from a TDS moron who thinks the Golden Calf should not have to work for the nomination or the GE?

    205. phoenixrisen says:

      209 — Bingo

    206. SoHope says:

      TDS TDS TDS…You keep using that term. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    207. SoHope says:

      Trump
      Demands
      Subservience

    208. SoHope says:

      In the end you can’t blame a leech for feeding on the host. Before there was no path to unlatch him. Now there is.

    209. Cash Cow TM says:

      ssq texted me.

      She said there is no chance for Walker winning in the Georgia runoff.
      _____________________________________________
      She said everyone know that some years ago the Russians invaded and took over Georgia. So they control the election there.

      She is mad because the MSM never show any Russian troops in Atlanta or any other place in Georgia.
      ***********************************************

      smh

    210. Cash Cow TM says:

      Speaking of Russia…

      Russia has pulled all troops west of the Deniper river.

      This is dnot dnice dnews for the dnasty Russians.
      The probably realize they will dnever defeat the Ukes and dneed to leave. The Russians invaders have been kicked in the dnuts and brought to their dknees.
      *****************************************
      Zelisnkyy should offer the following cease fire terms:
      1. Zelinskyy will agree to drop one of the “y”s at the end of his name and give it to Putin

      2. Russia gets to keep Crimea, but has to pay $1Billion/month rent. Half goes to Ukraine and 1/2 goes to U.S. and other countries that sent aid to the Ukes.

      3. Zenelsky will be allowed to–on national Russian TV–give an atomic wedgie to Putin.

    211. Cash Cow TM says:

      WV NEWS

      Congressman Alex Mooney has announced this morning that he will be running for the U.S. Senate in 2024 for the seat currently held by Manchin.

    212. Cash Cow TM says:

      U.S. HOUSE CONTROL UPDATE

      In CA, there are several close races that could decide control in House.

      Friday, they had counted 53% of the votes there.

      Today, they have counted 54%.

      So in about 46 more days we should know the ultimate outcome of these races and whether Rs or Ds control will have the majority.

      The main states that are still counting are CA, NV and AZ. That should give you some comfort.

    213. Cash Cow TM says:

      Biden said he is considering spending a bunch of money on a new infrastructure bill.

      This new plan will build a gigantic pneumatic tube system that will take the pressure off southern border states and quickly transport illegal aliens and illegal drugs from the southern border to all parts of the U.S.
      ********************************************
      Sorta like how banks use pneumatic tubes to send those containers back and forth to the drive through windows. But bigger.

    214. jason says:

      I can’t believe he won, considering he was endorsed by Trump.

      This brings the GOP total to 217.

      “Endorsed by former President Donald Trump, Calvert is one of the longest-serving California representatives. He was first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1992, representing California’s 43rd Congressional District. Will Rollins was activated to run for Congress after witnessing the January 6 protest at the U.S. Capitol. As a gay man, he also opposed Calvert’s “anti-LGBTQ” record.

      District 41 had been a rock-ribbed conservative bastion for the three decades that Calvert has been in office. After this year’s redistricting, the more conservative areas of Temecula and Murrieta were removed from the district, and the more liberal areas of Coachella Valley, including Palm Springs, were incorporated. Calvert’s new district was targeted by Democrats as one to be flipped, and early returns looked as though this was a successful strategy. On Wednesday, November 9, Calvert trailed Rollins by over 10,000 votes.”

      Also this was some gerrymandering that didn’t work.

    215. jason says:

      SoHope says:
      November 15, 2022 at 10:50 am

      TDS TDS TDS…You keep using that term. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

      It means Trump Derangement Syndrome, where hatred and prejudice trumps rational thought among the morons who subscribe to it.

      Its the disease that makes people like Amoral Scumbag and Liz Cheney endorse a far left open borders moonbat in AZ because her opponent was endorsed by Trump.

    216. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Republicans likely to control House after wins in California
      By — Michael R. Blood,
      LOS ANGELES (AP) — Two threatened U.S. House Republicans in California triumphed over Democratic challengers Monday, helping move the GOP within a seat of seizing control of the chamber while a string of congressional races in the state remained in play.”

      This is obviously fake news. Because everyone knows that with mail-in voting in California Republicans can never win.

    217. Phil says:

      They triumphed? They have counted 50% of the votes a week after the election. LOL California…..and you’re buying that those elections are over?

      The counting will continue until the Democratic candidates take the lead.

      When are you going to learn, SDC? You live out there. You ought to know better.

    218. Cash Cow TM says:

      Final results from CA (and probably NV and AZ) should be completed by January 30, 2023.

    219. Tina says:

      We mastered ca ballot harvesting after the 2018 debacle, Phil.

      I cannot believe that douceh still allied ballet harvesting and unsupervised drop boxes.

      I also cannot believe that Goober wanted to Codify banning abortion, despite the sc victory.

      And Mitchie did not nationalize.

    220. Cash Cow TM says:

      THE AMAZING RACE

      “The race for the Hillsborough County House District 16 seat in Manchester [NH], saw Democrat Maxine Mosley defeat her Republican opponent Larry Gagne by a single vote.

      Mosley won the seat with 1,799 votes to Gagne’s 1,798. Before the recount, Gagne led Mosley by 23 votes.”

      “Nathaniel Rakich, a senior election analyst at election tracker Five Thirty-Eight, also commented on the shocking turnaround.

      “Wow! Democrats erased a 23-vote deficit in a recount to win this NH House seat by ONE vote,” he tweeted. “They need to do the same in 3 more seats to win a majority.” “

    221. jason says:

      Cash Cow TM says:
      November 15, 2022 at 11:09 am

      WV NEWS

      Congressman Alex Mooney has announced this morning that he will be running for the U.S. Senate in 2024 for the seat currently held by Manchin”

      You mean the Mooney that Cow said could never win the Congressional seat because he was too Trumpy?

    222. Cash Cow TM says:

      I do not know who the two wealthy people were who donated the $2M for this scientific experiment. But they have to be dumb as rocks, so they are probably super rich Democrats.

      Gave $2M for scientists to give out to $10,000 to 200 people to see if the money made people happier.

      I will not spoil what the outcome was.
      Read on.

      Cow was sadly in the control group that did not get any money.

      https://metro.co.uk/2022/11/15/can-money-buy-happiness-scientists-gave-people-10000-to-find-out-17760250/
      ______________________________________________

      “The money itself came from two wealthy donors who agreed to redistribute $2 million (£1.7 million) all in the name of science. The countries in the study ranged from high-income countries, such as the USA, to lower GDP-average countries like Kenya.”

    223. jason says:

      Because everyone knows that with mail-in voting in California Republicans can never win.”

      Zzzzz… maybe the won outside the MOF. Maybe CA has a more honest system than NV, PA or AZ.

      Does that mean you think VBM is not fraudulent anywhere?

    224. jason says:

      SoHope seems to have great fascination with Trump’s dick since he mentions it in every other post.

      I will add this to another stupid manifestation of TDS.

    225. WizardofCozz says:

      Phil Kerpen
      @kerpen
      ·
      2h
      California GOP put ballot collection boxes in churches and Dems freaked out. But if it’s legal, do it everywhere.

    226. Bitterlaw says:

      Are we sure this is the real SoHope? He used to be considered regularly for my Favorite Evangelical of the Day. This SoHope uses more crass language.

    227. WizardofCozz says:

      Cernovich
      @Cernovich
      Hey cry babies!

      They are still counting votes in Orange County, California, and Republicans are pulling ahead.

      Why?

      Because ballot harvesting was done by Republicans.

      Sorry no one told you to do this elsewhere.

      Except me in 2018 but who is keeping track?

    228. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason has been to Radnor? I doubt it and need confirmation. Need details on locations he visited.

      Stupid joke or frantic google search from Jason in 3…2…1…

    229. jason says:

      Bitter is surprised they let me in?

      I bet he is calling his commissioner Dem friends right now to complain.

    230. jason says:

      I have 3 kids. I probably visited every college in PA 3 times. At least it seemed like it.

      GFY.

    231. jason says:

      Radnor was part of the obligatory Drexel, Villanova, Muhlenberg, Lafayette, Lehigh, etc tour.

      In the end a tremendous waste of time and money since none of them went to school in PA.

    232. Bitterlaw says:

      236 was the stupid joke. 237 was the not specific reference.

    233. Phil says:

      I don’t think many realize how close we came last year to the passage of House Bill 1 which would have nationalized Nevada election law. Ballot harvesting, mail ins arriving well after Election Day, drop boxes everywhere, no picture IDs…..on and on. Think Vegas, Philly, Atlanta, Detroit, Chicago, Maricopa County…..nationwide.

      One party rule forever.

    234. Bitterlaw says:

      That is a lot of miles to put on a horse. Villanova is the only one in Radnor.

    235. jason says:

      I had to drive around every town so they could see what it was like off campus. They thought Radnor was boring. I thought the Wah-wah was nice.

      In defense of Radnor, most towns/cities we visited were “boring”.

    236. jason says:

      The CA voting system sucks too, don’t be fooled.

      https://redstate.com/jenvanlaar/2022/11/15/auto-draft-61-n659144

    237. jason says:

      Great system.

      “AB 1921 would allow anybody to walk into an elections office and hand over truckloads of vote by mail envelopes with ballots inside, no questions asked, no verified records kept. It amounts to an open invitation to large-scale vote buying, voter coercion, “granny farming,” and automated forgery. AB 1921 solves no problem that a simple stamp can’t solve.”

      In 2018 more Californians received mail ballots than ever before, thanks to the California Voter’s Choice Act. This year, Gov. Gavin Newsom has already signed an executive order requiring that every registered voter be mailed a ballot for November’s general election, meaning it’s open season for ballot harvesting, coronavirus or not.

      “A vote by mail voter who is unable to return the ballot may designate another person to return the ballot to the elections official who issued the ballot, to the precinct board at a polling place or vote center within the state, or to a vote by mail ballot dropoff location within the state…The person designated shall return the ballot in person, or put the ballot in the mail, no later than three days after receiving it from the voter or before the close of the polls on election day, whichever time period is shorter.”

    238. Cash Cow TM says:

      “You mean the Mooney that Cow said could never win the Congressional seat because he was too Trumpy?”
      ________________________________
      No.

      Cow said that Cow felt McKinley would win because most of that new House district was in McKinley’s old district.

      and that Mooney had some ethics violation charges about campaign spending.

      Cow totally wrong about the weak support for McK in his old district. Totally wrong about how many people would vote for Mooney.

      In WV, you do not lose an R primary because you are too Trumpy.

    239. WizardofCozz says:

      Don’t disagree that it sucks, and it should be stopped, but that doesn’t mean we should spend money on VBM operations in those states that allow it until we have the ability to shut it down. I love the idea of putting drop boxes in Churches and using churches to get more votes.

    240. Tgca says:

      233

      I totally agree. SoHopeLess is an obnoxious and offensive poster.

      I cringe when I see such language in a site where there should be respect and acceptance for sharing ideas and reflecting on others’ views.

      Now you can all GFY because I’m right and you idiots are wrong.

    241. Tgca says:

      247

      Agreed!

      Drop boxes in brothels in Texas too. NASCAR events. Trump rallies.

      How about drop boxes at work? Dems might not like that since many in their column don’t work.

    242. jason says:

      Look, SoHope comes here to share his fascination with Trump’s cock, we should respect his motives.

    243. VictrC says:

      Folks…it seems like we’re talking over each other, and saying many of the same things, but the insults muddle the sentiment. I should be used to this after nearly two decades here, but…

      So, let’s simplify.

      1. Everyone here wants to win…badly (sans drive-by Robbie, BF, and a few others)

      2. The consensus here is that it’s going to be hard to cobble together a winning coalition as things stand now, doesn’t matter who, Trump or no trump.

      3. I don’t think anyone here has endorsed or said that they’d vote for Trump yet.

      4. Jason’s comments on Golden calf, etc are not meant to denigrate DeSantis, but merely to point out we shouldn’t anoint anyone just yet. He has to EARN the nomination and prove to us he can put together a winning coalition that Can carry the upper Midwest and win back NV and AZ. In fact he has said he supports DeSantis for the nomination

      5. We have to do a COMBINATION of getting more VBM votes, because that train has left the station in many states AND do what we did in some locations, draw in the new immigrant, the younger blue collar worker, the transition Gen Y person who might now have a family. We have to be open to ALL. That is our key message, the GOP is open to all…hard working immigrants, suburban moms, MAGA stalwarts, young family families.

      6. We need to hone our message and also, convince MAGA followers that we won’t abandon them if someone else other than Trump is the nominee. The best part of Trump we’re his policies, and his willingness to take on the media’s lied and left wing attacks.

      Oddly, I think everyone here is saying a version of that. Let’s stop attacking each other and see how this plays out.

    244. jason says:

      My kids made sure I knew they weren’t going to be influenced by my opinion on anything to do with colleges.

      I hated Drexel. I said why would go to college where you have to cross busy streets to get from one building to another. They were fine with busy streets.

      At Lehigh, I thought the campus was made for mountain goats, not people. I said why would you want to go up and down steep hills and staircases to get from one building to another. They were basically “what hills”.

      At Lafayette, it seemed their presentation was more about their inferiority complex with Lehigh than anything else. My kids said “huh”?

      And then there was the western PA tour. The Boston tour, the VA tour. The upstate NY tour.

    245. jason says:

      I basically agree with VictrC on everything he posted except for the part about not attacking each other.

    246. jason says:

      TDS morons hardest hit I.

      BREAKING: Chris Wray, when asked twice, would not say whether FBI agents/informants dressed like Trump supporters were inside the Capitol before the doors were opened on January 6.

    247. Tgca says:

      251

      Agree mostly.

      We have to be open to ALL. That is our key message, the GOP is open to all…hard working immigrants, suburban moms, MAGA stalwarts, young family families.

      Does this include the trannies, groomers, and drag queens that want to sexualize young children as well as go back to the old days where adolescent and teen boys had sexual relationships with adult gay men and it was just something accepted and not openly talked about?

      How open must we become?

    248. jason says:

      TDS morons hardest hit II.

      The Washington Post
      @washingtonpost
      ·
      Exclusive: Federal agents believe former president Donald Trump’s motive for allegedly keeping classified documents was largely his ego and a desire to hold on to the materials as trophies or mementos, according to people familiar with the matter.

      That review has not found any apparent business advantage to the types of classified information in Trump’s possession, these people said. FBI interviews with witnesses so far, they said, also do not point to any nefarious effort by Trump to leverage, sell or use the government secrets. Instead, the former president seemed motivated by a more basic desire not to give up what he believed was his property, these people said.

      The people familiar with the matter cautioned that the investigation is ongoing, that no final determinations have been made, and that it is possible additional information could emerge that changes investigators’ understanding of Trump’s motivations. But they said the evidence collected over a period of months indicates the primary explanation for potentially criminal conduct was Trump’s ego and intransigence.”

    249. Tgca says:

      Well, this doesn’t look very promising.

      GOP Votes McCarthy 188-31 in First Step to Be House Speaker

      https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/congress-house-republican/2022/11/15/id/1096530/

    250. VictrC says:

      256.

      LOL, open to all who would listen. My guess is that most trannies, groomers, drag queens, etc are not open to the GOP message of family, small government, strong defense, etc.

      Bruce/Caitlin Jenner aside.

    251. Bitterlaw says:

      VC just used many words to tell Jason to GFH.

      Lafayette is superior in every way. The founders had the wisdom to put the campus on top of a hill rather than the side. All you need to know about Lehigh is that proud fake CNN moderate Michael Smerconish is an alumni.

    252. VictrC says:

      Lol Bitter, this time I have to say it was the contrary.

      Actually I believe that Jason is saying much if the same as y’all…just maybe in different words 😉

    253. Bitterlaw says:

      VC – Ssshhhhhh. Jason is probably reading it 3 times with his English-Qu’chua dictionary.

    254. Bitterlaw says:

      Will the Russian missile strike on Poland split the Tgca-Jason alliance? They are together on Trump but were at odds over Ukraine.

      Phil to ignore deaths on NATO territory in 3…2…1…

    255. Gordon Allen says:

      Incidentally Arizons is more ” Red” by voter registration than Florida. Roughly 3% more Republicans than Democrats, v about 2% more in Florida.
      How’s the ” Red state” of Arizona working vis a vis Florida??
      Think it might have something to do with the Governor?

    256. Phil says:

      Yeah, bitter. OMG. Two deaths in Poland? And that changes things exactly how? What? You want to go all WWWIII over it? Or maybe just cut Poland a ten billion dollar check……or print another twenty billion or so we don’t have and send it to Zelensky.

    257. Tom says:

      265. If the reports turn out to be true, then NATO needs to launch a very limited, but painful strike against the Russians in Ukraine (not Russia). If the Russian attack is determined to be intentional, then Putin must be made to understand that he has crossed a line and this will not be tolerated.

    258. Tgca says:

      264

      Nope! More voting issues in AZ. Two elections in a row that’s chaos.

      Floreedah has a very clean election system now that DeSanctimonius benefitted from in 2018 or he would never have been elected if we had the AZ election system here then.

      Also, Ronaldo ran against a deeply unpopular Crist. The GOP here HATES him and would crawl over broken glass to vote against him.

      The Dems never warmed up to him or trusted him simply because he was once against all their interests.

      Crist was a VERY weak candidate. Glad that was the case.

      To think if Rubio had never challenged Crist in 2010, Crist would probably have been elected to his 3rd as a GOP senator last week.

    259. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – As expected, your resolve to throw everything we have at Russia if it attacked a NATO country was hollow. I am not talking about WW3 but some military target in Russia should be burning right now in response.

      I am sure that the families and friends of the dead Poles appreciate your thoughts.

    260. Tgca says:

      263

      I am glad that my good friend Jadon, the vile meat-eater agrees with me on DeSanctimonius, Trump, and the root cause of the 2022 election results…

      …and as he should because I’m an EXPERT in all things except all things gay to which I defer to LisaB.

      I am proud to take Jadon under my wing and mentor him. He may not be the sharpest knife in the drawer but he is often pragmatic and has potential with the right mentoring, whereas others here are beyond help.

      As for Ukraine, we disagree on approach not on the needed resolution. Russia needs to get out and stop its aggression.

      But right now, to me, the US political situation supersedes all issues because we are potentially looking at such far left extremism in our gubbermint that could alter our country in a bad way that the threat of communism never did.

      The commies could have saved trillions over the decades by just targeting our election system, academia, and the MSM instead of building WMDs. Who knew!

    261. Tina says:

      Rand Paul

      @RandPaul
      ·
      4h

      US Senate candidate, KY
      Bush and Obama warning us about ‘disinformation’ is like Bill Clinton lecturing us on marital fidelity.

    262. Tgca says:

      NICE! Vayree Vayree Nice!

      Biden’s student debt plan was just blocked again, this time by a federal appeals court. Here’s what happens next

      2nd decision against Biden on this debt forgiveness in a week. This ruling is a perm hold nationwide until the court issues further ruling or SCOTUS rules on it.

      https://fortune.com/2022/11/14/what-happens-after-court-blocks-biden-student-debt-forgiveness-plan/

    263. Phil says:

      268

      So that was an attack? More like a stray missile….but yeah, by all means, let’s start a f*cken war over it. Just what the US and the world need now.

    264. NYCmike says:

      “To think if Rubio had never challenged Crist in 2010, Crist would probably have been elected to his 3rd as a GOP senator last week.”

      -“Crist publicly announced he was running for the seat in mid-2009. When he declared his candidacy, he received many Republican endorsements, including the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Martínez, and 2008 Republican presidential nominee John McCain.”

      THANK YOU to the Tea Party!

    265. NYCmike says:

      #270 – jason to express support for Bush, Obama and Clinton in 3…..2…..1…..

    266. Tina says:

      Yes Russia attacked Poland. The same day that zelenskay sought peace.

      Lol.

    267. Waingro says:

      CA-3 called for Kevin Kiley (R). 218 achieved. It’s ovah.

    268. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #277- Waingro
      Who called it? Where is the link? Thanks.

    269. Tina says:

      Decision Desk HQ

      @DecisionDeskHQ
      ·
      10m

      Official
      Decision Desk HQ projects Kevin Kiley (R) wins election to the U.S. House in California’s 3rd Congressional District.

      #DecisionMade: 6:13pm EST

    270. Tina says:

      Emmer is trash.

      Nate Hochman

      @njhochman
      ·
      3h
      Emmer was one of nine House Republicans to vote to block the Trump admin’s transgender military ban. He voted to require “federal contractors to grant biologically male employees who identify as women unfettered access to women’s lockers, showers, and bathrooms”—four times.
      13
      133
      239

    271. Cash Cow TM says:

      I keep reading stories about black
      holes and worm holes. And about
      discovery of asteroids heading toward
      earth.

      All this has me DEEPLY worried.
      Walt just laughs when I tell him about them.
      He says “bring it on.”

    272. Cash Cow TM says:

      Tina,

      Why did Emmer only want to allow
      transgendered (and other males)
      to be limited to going into
      women’s locker room to just 4 times.

    273. jason says:

      Actually I believe that Jason is saying much if the same as y’all”

      “Tgca-jason alliance”

      I think where we agree is that the Golden Calf should be the nominee and is a better “face” of the GOP going forward than Trump. And Tgca and I disagree on the Golden Calf’s record in FL, I think it is great and he doesn’t.

      But that is about it. We fundamentally disagree on what kind of party the GOP should be and what kind of coalition it needs long term to be successful. We fundamentally disagree on how much of the Golden Calf’s Florida results gets transferred to other states during a GE. The same morons who declared Trumpism a cult have now become Golden Calf cultists.

      We also disagree on scapegoating Trump as a convenient way to pretend he is the problem, when actually he is an asset, not a liability. Trump had nothing to do with the results, he wasn’t on the ballot, he wasn’t President, he had zero power over any of the issues in the election. He influenced a few primary results, most of them won, some lost, zzzzzzz….plenty of GOP candidates he didn’t endorse lost too. I bet all the TDS morons here can’t think of ONE person who voted in this election for or against Trump. Why? Because there is no such person. People voted on abortion and transgender issues, protecting Democracy, gas prices, economy, Biden, inflation, and the results are how it shook out. Those were the issues of the election, not Trump.

    274. jason says:

      NYCmike says:
      November 15, 2022 at 6:08 pm

      #270 – jason to express support for Bush, Obama and Clinton in 3…..2…..1….”

      Huh, ok, but what is the issue? Tks.

    275. jason says:

      Hobbs lead now 18k.

      Everyone comfortable this was legit?

    276. jason says:

      Nice answer by the Golden Calf on the Trump “attacks”

      “One of the things I’ve learned in this job: When you’re leading and getting things done, you take incoming fire. That’s just the nature of it,” Golden Calf said.

      Fortunately he is smarter than the TDS morons here.

    277. jason says:

      Potential future first lady describes Weinstein’s junk in detail and then admits asking him for advice when Gavin is banging other women.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      “Lots of bruises, markings, yellow and green, lots of stretch marks on his belly, very not physically fit at all,” Siebel Newsom recalled. “Looked uncircumcised and strange though, kind of fish-like, the penis, something was distorted in the testicles. Lots of skin, lots of skin down there.”

      Martinez then asked Siebel Newsom why she continued to correspond with Weinstein after the alleged attack. She responded by saying the attack was a “one-off thing.” Also, Weinstein had gotten married.

      Siebel Newsom also emailed Weinstein two years after the alleged assault, when her then-boyfriend Gavin Newsom was having an affair with a married woman, asking him how to handle “bad press.”

    278. gameboy says:

      #283

      As legit as the MSM Unkraine information you peddle on this website LOL

    279. JeffP says:

      Trump announcement tonight…

      ZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzz

    280. Bitterlaw says:

      Fox and CNN carrying Trump speech. MSNBC talking over speech.

      Trump starts by saying China meddled in the 2020 election for Biden.

      I report. You make your own judgment.

    281. Bitterlaw says:

      Trump compares America under his Administration and Biden’s. Theme is America is in decline.

      Trump says Russia fired missiles into Poland. Tina hardest hit.

    282. Bitterlaw says:

      It is official. Trump is in.

    283. Bitterlaw says:

      CNN cuts away from speech. Fox stays with it.

      Trump starting to drift from topic to topic.

    284. Dylan says:

      Trump is performing It’s actually semi subdued but we’ve heard every line before

    285. Tina says:

      Miss,e fragments suggest it’s Ukrainian, nor Russian.

      But let’s start ww3.

      Follow da $$$

    286. ReadyFirst says:

      He brought us to the dance. I love my Governor Desantis, but a little loyalty biches!
      file:///var/mobile/Library/SMS/Attachments/c8/08/4A65EDE0-6235-4ADA-979D-9F26D1F74EED/image000000.jpg

    287. Cash Cow TM says:

      Well, Bitcoin company FTX $2MM to Biden in 2020 and $40MM to D candidates in 2022) just went bankrupt.

      They have $10 Billion of investors’ money.
      $2 Billion has disappeared.
      They have gone bankrupt.

      The bad news Walt lost everything he had invested in FTX.

      The good news is Walt invested $0 dollars in FTX.

    288. Tina says:

      The gop-e will cry over this. Xi owns them.

      Philip Melanchthon Wegmann

      @PhilipWegmann
      ·
      1m
      Trump, who is blasting China in this speech, calls Xi the “king” of China: “I call him king. He said, ‘no, no, I’m not king.’ I said yes, you are the king–you’re president for life. It’s the same thing.”

    289. JeffP says:

      Tina…people are losing their minds. Zelenskyy was calling for a NATO response of some sort later today. I think they want a war…great reset and all…who knows anymore…

    290. John Goggin says:

      This is the greatest speech by Trump.

    291. Phil says:

      Doesn’t matter on Trump’s announcement. He will be indicted by the Biden Justice Dept and convicted by a DC jury composed of Democratic donors. They will probably be out all of 15 minutes. Justice – DC style.

      You can’t run a presidential campaign from a prison cell.

      Banana Republic.

    292. Dylan says:

      He’s gonna need to have his legal team actually win for a change starting with a change of venue motion and followed by a successful lawsuit next year to scrap VBM

    293. Tina says:

      Jack Posobiec ??

      @JackPosobiec1m
      Trump just announced that every member of the military who was kicked out over the vaccine will be restored with full back pay

    294. gameboy says:

      Trumps speech tonight is nothing more than the standard rally speech which I must admit has become a little tiresome. I believe tonight is the end of the Trump MAGA movement.

      Phil,

      I don’t think he will be indicted. The Dems would love to run against this guy going forward. Not sure where we go from her but the Trump era is over.

    295. Phil says:

      The decision to indict Trump will be based on whether the Democrats believe Trump is a real threat to win a GE. If so, they will indict. They will use the legal system to take him out. If they believe DeSantis is the bigger GE threat they might hold off on indictment as a free Trump will be useful in weakening DeSantis. A potential Republican civil war would be ideal for Democrats. Perhaps his usefulness as a free man attacking DeSantis battling DeSantis will actually save Trump from prison.

    296. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      One reason that Trump announced this early was it provided him with the defense that the lawsuits against him were politically motivated by those who oppose his candidacy.

      If there is any conviction by a DC jury, it is likely to be appealed and will take years to resolve. If DeSantis were to be elected president, he should pardon Trump.

    297. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      307. Also believe a prosecutor might be a bit more hesitant to bring criminal charges against Trump now that he is a presidential candidate.

    298. jason says:

      It will be funny to see the TDS morons commit mass suicide if the Golden Calf decides not to run.

    299. jason says:

      Another unhinged moron.

      “CNN commentator Ana Navarro questioned the integrity of Tuesday’s gubernatorial election in Florida, suggesting incumbent Gov. Ron DeSantis (R.) prevailed by a 20-point margin “because he gamed the system.”

      “I think [DeSantis’s victory is] being completely misread; I think the narrative is all wrong,” Navarro, a commentator for CNN and cohost of The View, said Wednesday on the network. Navarro suggested DeSantis’s narrow victory over Democrat Andrew Gillum in 2018 was evidence that his commanding win over Democrat Charlie Crist this week was the result of a rigged election.”

    300. NYCmike says:

      mnw,

      3 in a row for your Bluzzzzz! Long season, good goalie. Things can happen. Keep the faith!

    301. SoHope says:

      I was watching college hoops instead. Go Heels! But caught up on some of Trump’s announcement speech.

      Low energy Trump said he’s going to “Make America Great And Glorious Again”.
      I have so many questions…
      So it MAGAGA now?
      Does that make Melania Lady MAGAGA?
      How long till Jason buys all the MAGAGA merch?

    302. VictrC says:

      Ok MAGAGA sounds way way cooler than MAGA…like its some cool Hawaiian drink or hangout.

      Lady MAGAGA – you need to copyright that asap before someone steals it. Even cooler nickname

      I still say its a long road to the nomination for a 77 year old man. My mom is younger than that and she’s ready for a nap by 3 pm.

      Unless he’s Walt, his conditioning/health could change rapidly. Not to mention that indictments, etc that are coming soon.

      PS – I don’t think the Democrats are afraid of DeSantis, its why they were pushing him, along with establishment (egad…Country Club) Republicans. I bet you dollars to donuts they think they can beat him easily (probably think he’s a rube Southern white guy so he won’t play outside Florida…I think they are sadly mistaken, but he has to prove he can)

    303. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Ahead of former President Donald Trump’s much-anticipated announcement from Mar-a-Lago, a plane was seen flying a banner over Palm Beach in support of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis taking the presidency in 2024.

      “You lost again Donald! #DeSantis2024,” the banner read.”

    304. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “ORLANDO – Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida received a hero’s welcome on Tuesday night, as he addressed an audience of leading Republicans minutes before former President Donald Trump announced he was launching a 2024 White House bid.

      DeSantis, who last week won a landside re-election victory for a second term steering Florida, garnered a standing ovation from the audience as he delivered a keynote conversation at the Republican Governors Association’s winter meeting in Orlando, according to multiple sources in the room.

      According to one source, DeSantis spotlighted his “impressive re-election campaign” and how he won Maimi-Dade County, connecting with Hispanic voters”

    305. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Ivanka Trump jumps ship:

      “I love my father very much. This time around, I am choosing to prioritize my young children and the private life we are creating as a family,” Ivanka Trump told Fox News Digital. “I do not plan to be involved in politics.

      “While I will always love and support my father, going forward I will do so outside the political arena. I am grateful to have had the honor of serving the American people and will always be proud of many of our administration’s accomplishments.”

    306. JeffP says:

      Zelenskyy is crazy.

    307. JeffP says:

      I think the chances of Trump running as an independent are greater than as the GOP candidate in 2024.

    308. Tina says:

      So, now everyone admits thst it was a stray Ukrainian missile that struck Poland.

    309. Bitterlaw says:

      A Ukrainian missile that was only fired to stop the Russian missiles targeting Ukrainian civilians.

      Tina left that part out.

    310. Phil says:

      Since Poland is now saying that about the “missile attack” then yes.

      I guess that NATO retaliatory strike against Russia suggested on here yesterday is off. Such a pity. The “Russian attack on Poland” showed so much promise as an excuse to pull us further into the quagmire. So much for the potential Gulf of Tonkin moment.

    311. Bitterlaw says:

      Good to know that Phil is firmly behind Russia firing missiles over Poland to hit civilians in Ukraine but against Ukraine defending itself against those Russian missiles.

      It’s true. You can never really know an A-hole.

    312. Phil says:

      The Gulf of Tonkin moment didn’t happen, bitter.

      Better luck next time.

    313. jason says:

      Bitter, this proved the Putin Brigade was lying all the time.’

      No surprise.

    314. Bitterlaw says:

      Keep giving Putin free passes, Phil. He appreciates your understanding.

    315. Phil says:

      ….and you keep opining for that expanded war, bitter.

    316. jason says:

      I think the chances of Trump running as an independent are greater than as the GOP candidate in 2024.”

      LOL. Worried?

      The TDS morons want to disparage Trump and his voters but are “concerned” that might make him run third party.

      Sometimes you reap what you sow.

    317. jason says:

      to pull us further into the quagmire.”

      Ah yes, quagmire.

      The far left definition for any military involvement during R administrations makes its comeback from the isolationist bunker in Texas.

    318. jason says:

      The administration is proposing $37 billion for Ukraine, hopefully it will pass in the lame duck session before the Rs can start making excuses like “accountability” to delay it.

      The TDS morons want to blame Trump for the midterms results, but here is something that might have helped Dems a lot more than Trump.

      Irresponsible idiots on the R side saying they would cut aid to Ukraine, some even said “not one more penny”.

      The vast majority of Americans approve of military aid to Ukraine.

    319. Cash Cow TM says:

      So it was the Ukes–buoyed by their su cess against who fired the missile into Poland to conquer them.

    320. Bitterlaw says:

      I will vote for the candidate who receives the 2024 Republican nomination for President. If any candidate who did not get the nomination runs third-party they are just handing the WH to the Democrat. Discuss.

    321. jason says:

      Civil wars have consequences.

    322. Tgca says:

      THWEE! THWEE! THWEE! Bishes!

      THWEE! THWEE! THWEE! I thay.

    323. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag was pretty much the only troll that showed up for this election.

      What happened to Roadkill Maggot?

      Will Kommie Kory ever make a comeback?

      I still have his last posts…

      • Cory (Clinton 347 / Trump 191) says:
      November 8, 2016 at 7:08 pm
      Reposted from previous thread:
      ll right boys and girls.
      Here we go.
      This waterslide is about to have some loops in it.
      It’s Election time, baby.
      Kick it into gear.
      Turn it up.
      • Cory (Clinton 347 / Trump 191) says:
      November 8, 2016 at 8:35 pm
      Florida won’t be called forever.
      It looks like Clinton might win NC though.
      • Cory (Clinton 347 / Trump 191) says:
      November 8, 2016 at 8:54 pm
      I’m not sure if this is heading towards Hillary narrowly winning a bunch of states or if this is heading towards Nevada deciding who wins this election.
      • Cory (Clinton 347 / Trump 191) says:
      November 8, 2016 at 9:00 pm
      Nervous.
      • Cory (Clinton 347 / Trump 191) says:
      November 8, 2016 at 9:20 pm
      I can’t seem to smoke enough weed to make this election go away

      Bonus Post
      • EML says:
      November 8, 2016 at 10:09 pm
      Notice that since the good news for Trump started rolling in, Cory and Robbie are nowhere to be seen.

    324. jason says:

      CNN didn’t learn its lesson.

      It carried Trump’s full speech which even Fox did not.

      In 2016, they carried every Trump speech while ignoring his rivals. Why? Because he was the easiest to beat.

      Now they are going to promote Trump and scorn the Golden Calf.

    325. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason – when you say that civil wars have consequences, does that mean you would support Trump running a third-party campaign even though it would guarantee that Biden or some other Democrat will win the Presidency?

    326. Tina says:

      The war mongers are shamed.

      They will invent something else.

      I don’t like Pooty poot

      But let’s not start ww3 over bs.

    327. jason says:

      Silverhack declares Trump the favorite for the GOP nomination.

      Note there is going to be a trend here. Lo and behold, the left is going to be promoting Trump against the Golden Calf

      https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/trump-2024-president/

    328. Bitterlaw says:

      CNN did not carry all of Trump’s speech live. It did break for panel discussion after about 25 minutes. I was flipping between CNN, Fox and MSNBC (which did not carry audio of the speech but just had guests trashing it). Maybe it showed it again later in its entirety.

    329. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina does not like Putin buy is willing to let Ukraine fall.

    330. Tgca says:

      This is why the DOJ needs to be COMPLETELY revamped.

      The DOJ is now more focused on ordinary law-abiding citizens than criminals.

      Giuliani — No Charges Announced Just a Few Days After Midterm Elections

      They made a very public show of raiding Giuliani’s home and law firm and confiscated 16 electronic devices only to wait until after the election to say they’re not pursuing criminal charges.

      https://thenewamerican.com/giuliani-no-charges-announced-just-a-few-days-after-midterm-elections/?pk_campaign=feed&pk_kwd=giuliani-no-charges-announced-just-a-few-days-after-midterm-elections

    331. jason says:

      jason – when you say that civil wars have consequences, does that mean”

      It means what I said, civil wars have consequences.

      The TDS morons want civil war, look at all the invective and lies posted about Trump in this thread.

      Look at the comments about only “needing some of the working class, we don’t really need them if we can get back white suburban women”. If you want to alienate Trump and his base, be ready for the consequences.

      So don’t whine later if Trump runs third party.

      As far as who I would support, I probably would not vote for either one since my first inclination is not to vote at all. But I already am on record that I prefer the Golden Calf as the nominee.

    332. dylan says:

      I’m honestly embarrassed to admit I still even watch Fox. Well, it’s more accurate to say that I have it on in the background when I am doing things around the house. The weekend shows are pitiful. PITIFUL. Even as late as Sunday, you had people like Trey Gowdy and Bongino saying that “a GOP senate was still possible” and that was after NV was called for the Dems. It’s like these shows are taped early and are stale by the time they come out and even if not, they just contain bs—like GOP will probably end up with a house majority in the mid -high 220s. Enough. I predict the ratings crater.

    333. jason says:

      CNN did not carry all of Trump’s speech live”

      Fact not in evidence.

      “CNN might even manage to pull itself away from the ledge now (there’s a reason they aired Trump’s full speech while Fox News cut away)”

    334. Tgca says:

      338

      This doesn’t surprise me.

      Trump is still UUUGELY popular with the base and has an EXTREMELY loyal following that no one else in the GOP can boast of.

      If he stays the course and somewhat focused, a big IF, I expect he will win the GOP primary, at least if it were held today.

      Most are not buying into RINO/MSM narrative that “he cost the GOP the election.”

      Voting rules in many states allowed gave the Dems the edge they needed in key races even though they were outvoted nationally by 5 million.

      If the GOP had done the same instead of just focusing on Election Day turnout, my gut tells me the GOP would not only have won more of those key races but added to their voter turnout.

      Lessons learned. America voting has changed and the GOP needs to adapt.

    335. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Whenever Russia launches cruise missiles at Ukrainian cities, the Ukrainians response is to target them with anti-missile weaponry.

      “On November 15, 2022, Russian invaders fired 96 air- and sea-launched cruise missiles at the territory of Ukraine. Seventy-five of them were shot down.”

      The Russians have been threatening to hit Poland with missiles, so it no surprise they were initially assumed to be the ones who hit the Polish town. After investigation it was quickly determined it was Ukrainian anti-missile activity that caused the two deaths in Poland, and it was stated publicly.

      Perhaps the major focus should be on the thousands of Ukrainians civilians who are being indiscriminately murdered by Putin’s targeting of civilians in cities. Like the Nazis butchers, Putin needs to be charged with war crimes and face trial. Sadly at The Hague he only faces a life sentence, rather than a noose.

    336. Tgca says:

      I know it’s only anecdotal but those I know who have reservations on Trump running again are generally two-fold:

      1. His age
      2. His obsession with 2020 instead of the future

      Those are both legitimate me thinks.

      But I also say there are reservations I have with DeSanctimonius

      1. His wife’s health potentially pulling him off the campaign at the last minute and leaving the GOP without focus

      2. His lack of connection with the working class and outreach and the ability to win needed states like MI, WI, and PA.

    337. Bitterlaw says:

      I literally watched CNN when they went to a panel discussion and Trump was still speaking.

    338. Tgca says:

      Why do people watch CNN or MSNBC? It makes no sense to me.

      Its like Israelis tuning into Palestinian networks for their news.

    339. Tgca says:

      Pence on Trump 2024 Run: ‘I Honestly Believe We’re Going to Have Better Choices’

      But, as I wrote in my book that was just released today, blah blah blah.

      So he’s trying to hock his book I see.

      Pence was arguably one of the most inconsequential VPs ever. He’s at the same level of influence as Kamala.

      https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2022/11/16/pence-on-trump-2024-run-i-honestly-believe-were-going-to-have-better-choices/

    340. Gordon Allen says:

      As of 9:30 this am the Fox News decision desk still had the GOP stuck hard at 217 in the House races.
      Is their meter frozen?

    341. Tgca says:

      LANDSLIDE!!!

      Decision Desk now has GOP House at 219 seats.

      https://results.decisiondeskhq.com/national/2022-house

    342. Phil says:

      I’ve seen enough of the Fox Decision desk in the past to know they hold off calling anything for Republicans until they absolutely have to. Hell, they didn’t want to call Ohio in 2016 & 2020 and waited until late – and that was a state Trump carried each time by half a million votes.

    343. Tgca says:

      351

      Faux News ALWAYS slow reports on GOP races.

      If it were the Dems, Faux would have reported a Dem win last week.

    344. Gordon Allen says:

      It is scandalous and a national disgrace that in the US we’re still counting the votes 8 days!! AFTER election day.
      You don’t need to be an ” election denier” to say this is preposterous.
      The fact that as far as I know no one in the GOP Congressional leadership has openly stated the obvious.
      Florida has VBM and finished its count by midnight Election Day.
      Election reform politically,as opposed to denial( although obviously related) is an easy and popular sell.R’s in the states should be screaming for this

    345. Tgca says:

      Newsmax also has GOP LANDSLIDE reported at 219.

      GOP won CA-27 for its 219th seat.

      My only concern is CA will find boxes of misplaced ballots after Thanksgiving where the Dem gets 9,995 of 10,000 votes with the GOP candidates getting only 5 votes.

      Stranger things have happened!

      https://www.newsmax.com/politics/gop-house-majority/2022/11/15/id/1096454/

    346. Tgca says:

      The Dems know they can win elections by voting for weeks or months. VBM allows people to hound others for weeks to mail in their ballot or pick it up from them.

      Voting on Election Day has a small window to get people to the the polls.

      The GOP needs to adapt and play on an equal playing field or it will continue to lose close races.

      The GOP had larger turnout this election but got defeated in close races, which there were many, by voting rules.

    347. Phil says:

      It is a complete disgrace, Gordon and undermines faith in the electoral system….but Democrats don’t care. They want their window for fraud in Pa, Nevada, California, Michigan, and Arizona. Had congressional Democrats had just one more vote in the Senate they could have passed House Bill 1 and nationalized the Nevada system of ballot harvesting, endless mail in ballots, voting deadlines, and eliminated picture ID’s & signature verification – mandating the Nevada system in even states like Florida and Texas.

    348. jason says:

      I read here at HHR if you just keep voting R this will all change.

    349. Phil says:

      The Republican capture of the House simply ensures that House Bill 1 won’t happen for the next two years. Just delays the inevitable, however. Once Democrats get control of the WH and both houses of congress again they will make it their #1 priority, pass it, and then it’s all over. One party rule forever.

      The Republic is just living on borrowed time.

    350. jason says:

      The GOP should add Boebert and Valadao for 221.

      Outside chance for Duarte only trails by 700. Slim chance Baugh against Katie Porters trails by 2800.

      The others are not going to happen.

    351. jason says:

      I don’t see how Valadao loses. His worse county Kern is only 55% counted, but he only trails there by 1700. So figure the Dem will gain another 1600.

      Of the remaining counties one is complete and the other is 68% with Valadao leading by 3500 votes. Figure he gets another 1200.

      He currently leads by 3300.

      I am calling it.

    352. jason says:

      Porter and Baugh is all Orange Co.

      Some areas of Orange are very red. But Baugh trails by 2800 and there are maybe 40k left to count.

      Doubtful.

    353. jason says:

      Gray vs. Duarte

      San Joaquim 1000 votes left Gray nets 80.

      Stanislau 5000 left Gray nets 200.

      Merced 2000 left Gray nets 80

      Madera 5000 left Duarte nets 700

      Fresno 2000 left Duarte nets 150

      Net votes for Duarte 490

      Gray leads by 600.

      This is going to be a virtual tie.

    354. jason says:

      The Dems will steal it. The caveat is that some of these counties are fairly red.

    355. Gordon Allen says:

      As if on cue( I just learned this) DeSantis absolutely torched last night States still counting votes,or ” curing” them as a farce.
      Also,apparently both Poland and NATO both claim the missile hitting Poland was an errant Ukrainian missile.

    356. jason says:

      As I predicted. Sorry RINO hunters and fellow morons.

      “WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Mitch McConnell was reelected as Republican leader Wednesday, quashing a challenge from Sen. Rick Scott of Florida, the Senate GOP campaign chief criticized over his party’s midterm election failures.

      Retreating to the Capitol’s Old Senate Chamber for the private vote, Republicans had faced public infighting following a disappointing performance in last week’s elections that kept Senate control with Democrats.

      McConnell, of Kentucky, easily swatted back the challenge from Scott in the first-ever attempt to oust him after many years as GOP leader. The vote was 37-10, senators said, with one other senator voting present. Senators first rejected an attempt by McConnell’s detractors to delay the leadership choice until after the Senate runoff election in Georgia next month.’

    357. Bitterlaw says:

      Philadelphia DA and Soros Puppet, Larry Krasner, impeached by PA House. Don’t expect PA Senate to remove but have to start somewhere.

    358. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The insanity continues:

      “scouting organization for young girls in Canada is renaming their Brownies branch, vowing to be more inclusive after concerns the term can cause harm to girls.

      “It is clear that this change is the right thing to do – Girl Guides cannot be represented by a term that causes any girl harm,” CEO of Girl Guides of Canada, Jill Zelmanovits, said in a statement Tuesday, according to The Globe and Mail.

      “Our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion at Girl Guides calls on us to listen to the lived experiences of racialized girls and take action to safeguard these commitments,” Zelmanovits continued.”

    359. jason says:

      A better start is to outlaw VBM

    360. Cash Cow TM says:

      So the Uke defensive missile went a-RYE and
      hit a Polish W

    361. Cash Cow TM says:

      So the Uke defensive missile went a-RYE and
      hit a rural Polish WHEAT growing area.
      Doesn’t that BEET all.

      (I know. This is a CORNY joke.)

    362. Cash Cow TM says:

      Who’s the president of Poland today?
      Doo-Dah, Doo-Dah.

      Who’s the president of Poland today?
      Oh de Doo-Dah day.

    363. Tina says:

      Loser

      Quote Tweet

      Greg Price

      @greg_price11
      ·
      1h
      McConnell: “My message to [Biden] is let’s find some things between the 40 yard lines that we can agree on and we did some of that this year: infrastructure, chips, school safety, mental health.”

    364. NYCmike says:

      #374 – Reminds me of John Paul Jones “I have not yet begun to fight!”…………

    365. Tina says:

      I surrender and I will cough up Ga again.

      Biden’s Beotch

    366. jason says:

      The loser just won again!

    367. jason says:

      The real losers dont have anybody to run against McConell that can beat him so they just whine on the sidelines.

    368. jason says:

      Cocaine Mitch smiles slyly and wins again because the 100% litmus tested true conservatives cant find a granstander to best him.

    369. NYCmike says:

      Vintage 2008 jason! Defending those who have brought us to where we are today!!

      Mitch gets the votes because those voting for him benefit from his “leadership”…..always has been the reason why…….just like Schumer keeps his caucus in line.

      It wasn’t a surprising result at all.

      And of course, jason mentions nothing about McConnells tweet where he says he will find common ground for more government with Biden and Democrats, as opposed to letting the American citizen have more freedom.

    370. Robbie says:

      NYCmike says:
      November 16, 2022 at 3:35 pm

      Vintage 2008 jason! Defending those who have brought us to where we are today!!

      – Vintage NYCmike. Those who have brought the party to this situation are the dopes who think governing and legislating is nothing more than standing in front of a TV camera and grandstanding.

      Ted Cruz is a scourge on the party. He’s a grandstanding idiot who has accomplished nothing in his 10 years as a Senator.

      Cruz’s idea of governance is shutting down the government just so he could create an email list for his presidential campaign he was going to start 18 months later.

      The Tea Party, Sarah Palin, and the rest of the suicide bomber caucus has hobbled the party for more than a decade.

      And by the way NYCmike, remember how you said Palin deserved to stay in the race for Alaska’s House seat even though she blew a layup in the Summer? I do. Once again, you were wrong, but you love watching Tea Party idiots blow winnable races.

    371. Robbie says:

      Phil says:
      November 15, 2022 at 9:54 pm
      Doesn’t matter on Trump’s announcement. He will be indicted by the Biden Justice Dept and convicted by a DC jury composed of Democratic donors. They will probably be out all of 15 minutes. Justice – DC style.

      You can’t run a presidential campaign from a prison cell.

      Banana Republic.

      – It’s not a banana republic if he’s actually guilty. Frankly, it does more to turn the country into a banana republic if he clearly broke the law but gets a pass simply because he’s a former president and/or is running for president.

      Had you or I or anyone else had classified documents in our homes, we’d already be in prison. It’s one of those issues where there is no black and white despite what Tinfoil and Gateway Pundit say.

    372. Tina says:

      Look at the contrast here between trump and Biden dealing with the euros

      https://mobile.twitter.com/EndWokeness/status/1592949965047103494

    373. Phil says:

      Will he be sharing a prison cell with Hillary, Robbie?

      Like I said. Banana Republic.

    374. Tina says:

      Biden’s Beotch failed to mention Ukraine.

      I am sure Biden’s Beotch will accommodate $37 billion.

    375. Tina says:

      CSPAN

      @cspan
      ·
      39m

      Official
      12 Republicans voted to advance the bill: Sens. Blunt, Burr, Capito, Collins, Ernst, Lummis, Murkowski, Portman, Romney, Sullivan, Tillis and Young.
      Show this thread

    376. Tina says:

      he Columbia Bugle ??

      @ColumbiaBugle
      ·
      37m
      Full list of Republican Senators who voted to advance same-sex marriage codification into federal law:
      Quote Tweet

      CSPAN

      @cspan
      ·
      40m

      Official
      12 Republicans voted to advance the bill: Sens. Blunt, Burr, Capito, Collins, Ernst, Lummis, Murkowski, Portman, Romney, Sullivan, Tillis and Young.

    377. NYCmike says:

      “And by the way NYCmike, remember how you said Palin deserved to stay in the race for Alaska’s House seat even though she blew a layup in the Summer? I do. Once again, you were wrong, but you love watching Tea Party idiots blow winnable races.”

      -I recall saying that since she got the most votes between her and Begich, that she has a better claim to be the nominee for the Republicans…….if she had less votes, I would have stated she should step aside…….consistent……..like a primary system…..

      You? Not so much.

    378. NYCmike says:

      ” Those who have brought the party to this situation are the dopes who think governing and legislating is nothing more than standing in front of a TV camera and grandstanding.”

      -First off, Cruz would not be my choice for Minority/Majority leader.

      Next, let’s compare Trump policies vs Biden policies.

      Also, lets compare the policies that you say you support to the legislation passed by our wonderful Congress over the last 20 years.

      The expansion of the federal government, except for 4 years where Trump tried his best to stop it, continues……..and you think McConnell and the rest of those types deserve to be kept in “leadership”.

    379. Bitterlaw says:

      Same sex marriage? Is that still an issue? SCOTUS made it legal and the country survived.

    380. NYCmike says:

      I should also point out that I am not in favor of RCV, especially in states that tend to vote more Republican. Did Murk push for that type of voting? Was it to improve the lives of her constituents? Or was it a chance to improve her re-election prospects?

    381. NYCmike says:

      “Same sex marriage? Is that still an issue? SCOTUS made it legal and the country survived.”

      -What was the purpose of this bill then?

      What are the unintended consequences? I have seen some ideas about what it may mean……..

    382. Bitterlaw says:

      Until the GOP has either 51 Senators OR 50 Senators and the WH, it makes little to no difference who leads the Republican Senators.

    383. NYCmike says:

      As for Robbie – you approve of current Biden policies if you vote for him or stay home in 2024 – own it.

    384. NYCmike says:

      “Until the GOP has either 51 Senators OR 50 Senators and the WH, it makes little to no difference who leads the Republican Senators.”

      -Bob Michel vs Gingrich??

      You were alive in the 90’s, weren’t you??

      I can see several Senators making a positive difference, simply because they can communicate better than McConnell.

    385. Bitterlaw says:

      I was not aware that there were extra credit votes for positive difference/communication. I thought that you needed 51 votes to pass legislation and 60 to end filibusters in the Senate. You learn so many interesting things at HHR.

      Personally, I could not care less if McConnell leads the Republicans in the Senate. If somebody else had gotten the position, good for them.

    386. NYCmike says:

      “I was not aware that there were extra credit votes for positive difference/communication.”

      -I gave an example of Michel vs Gingrich.

      Gingrich was much better than Michel in early 90’s.

      Another election for Speaker should have been held once Gingrich publicly whined about having to board the back of Clinton’s plane, as massaging his ego was clearly more important than his job as Speaker.

    387. Meldrim says:

      #373, Cow, I would tell a similar joke back when Lucas Duda played for the Mets.

    388. Phil says:

      Agree that it doesn’t matter who the Republican leader in the Senate is if Republicans are in the minority.

    389. Meldrim says:

      NYC, you are aware, of course, that Newt Gingrich never served as the GOP Minority Leader, right? Bob Michel was still the Minority Leader during the 1994 elections, and his term expired at noon of January 3, 1995, when the new House was seated and Newt was elected as the first GOP Speaker in 40 years.

      Next was great as Minority Whip, and not just in the run-up to the 1994 elections and with the Contract with America; he was omnipresent in C-SPAN and helped lay the groundwork for the eventual GOP takeover of Congress.

      So Bitter is correct that who is the Senate Minority Leader won’t make much of a difference, and the next Newt could come from senators with lesser leadership posts or even from back-benchers.

    390. NYCmike says:

      Let’s watch to see what legislation is passed in the coming weeks.

      I’m still waiting for anyone to explain why that marriage bill passed today.

      Where are our “leaders” leading us? Continue down the “Big Govt/socialism but not as fast as the other party” path??

    391. Bitterlaw says:

      Maybe it passed because most people don’t care about gay marriage any more.

    392. NYCmike says:

      Bitterlaw,

      Exactly, I don’t care about it, nobody campaigned on it, hasn’t been mentioned at all.

      Why did they have to pass it then??

    393. Bitterlaw says:

      Ask Schumer. He knows the House won’t approve much for 2 years.

    394. jason says:

      Official
      12 Republicans voted to advance the bill: Sens. Blunt, Burr, Capito, Collins, Ernst, Lummis, Murkowski, Portman, Romney, Sullivan, Tillis and Young.”

      Have they all made the RINO list?

    395. jason says:

      Duarte has passed Gray in CA-13 91% in

      New calculation

      San Joaquim 84% in Gray will net 80 votes
      Stanislaw 80% in Gray will net 200
      Merced 97% in Gray will net 100
      Madera 97% in Duarte will net 80
      Fresno 86% in Duare will net 175

      Gray has a 900 vote lead.. Gray will cut it by about 150 votes.

      Unless the Dems steal it, this is an unexpected pickup for the GOP

    396. jason says:

      Valadao looks safe in CA-22

      He is up by 4000 votes and he is only down 1700 on the one county he is losing. He might lose another 1600 in that county but he is going to net another 1000 out of Tulare Co where he is winning by 20.

      He should win by about 3400.

    397. Florida Guy says:

      I’ll say it again, as I need to be humble.

      Whoever posted that look at which incumbents won even at 48% — dead on. I doubted your analysis a bit.

      *beats center of chest with right fist*

      Mad respect.

      –FlaGuy

    398. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      @EsotericCD
      I am surprised that the most tactically successful Senate leader of the past half-century has defeated the least successful NRSC chair in recent memory for the leadership position.

    399. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Same sex marriage now has broad support, even in conservative states such as Utah, where Mormon Church supports it. The reason Congress is passing legislation is it is possible the Supreme Court may reverse it’s decision that stated it was a constitutional right

      “As the Senate considers legislation to protect same-sex marriage, a new poll shows nearly three-fourths of Utahns support legal same-sex marriage.

      The new Deseret News/Hinckley Institute of Politics survey found 72% of residents agree that marriages between same-sex couples should be recognized by the law as valid, with the same rights as traditional marriages. The poll shows 23% disagree, while 5% don’t know.”

    400. NYCmike says:

      “Ask Schumer. He knows the House won’t approve much for 2 years.”
      “Have they all made the RINO list?”

      SDC,

      Thank you for actually posting information asked for as opposed to reactionary garbage like Bitterlaw and jason did.

      Would definitely like to hear some varying opinions on the bill, as the one piece I saw spoke about the language being very vague…….unintended consequences possible with all legislation put through by our wonderful representatives……

    401. Tgca says:

      411

      Should we also pass federalization legislation on interracial marriage?

      Why should gays get federally protected status not guaranteed to others in federal legislation

    402. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      413. Same reason civil rights of minorities and womens rights are protected by federal statutes. If a state tried to ban interracial marriage it would violate federal Civil Rights legislation.

    403. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #411- SDC
      This is the same pollster that showed Lee and Egg McMuffin basically tied for the Senate in Utah. I question their credibility and whether there is an agenda.

    404. jason says:

      opposed to reactionary garbage like Bitterlaw and jason did. ”

      I posted reactionary garbage?

      Could you pls tell me which post that was?

      This should be good.

    405. jason says:

      It’s not a banana republic if he’s actually guilty. ”

      LOL

      Amoral Scumbag believe in banana republic “justice”.

      Not surprising.

    406. jason says:

      If HHR is a microcosm of Republican/conservative thought, and I think it is, the Democrats are sitting pretty.

      If you go to DKos, they are united and they are clear on their objectives. They want a Marxist America and nobody there disagrees.

      Here, the divisions are hopeless. There is a faction that comes here to trash Trump and his voters because they have found a shallow and simplistic solution: a convenient scapegoat. There is a faction that comes here to attack the R leadership and basically 80% of the caucus (and their voters) because they are not pure enough and thus need to be excommunicated. There is a faction that now resorts to cheap idolatry, kneeling mindlessly before a golden calf that will solve all their problems in miraculous fashion.

      There is no sense of purpose, no talk of assembling winning strategies and coalitions, no common goal. There is no issue that unites us, not one, although there should be. There should be unity on Ukraine, there should be unity on seeking a larger tent and expanding the conservative base. Go to the moonbat sites, they agree on every issue (not that it is good, it is Marxist mentality). But the fact is I cannot think of a single issue, even a broad concept, where there is agreement.

      Most here want a R/conservative civil war where only the 100% ideologically pure survive, or whether a golden calf emerges victorious from the ashes to sally forth against the Dems.

      The Dems are united and winning, Rs/conservatives are at war with themselves and losing.

    407. JeffP says:

      Tucker is right on Ukraine and I am glad he has the independence from the neocon DC war machine.

    408. JeffP says:

      Trump worships himself as the golden calf of the GOP.

    409. SoHope says:

      If anyone is worshipped and demands worship in the GOP it is most definitely Trump. There is no rational reason to believe that Trump, that is so hated by the Dems and in the suburbs that he pushed democrat turnout. His “army of MAGA candidates across the country” couldn’t make it a referendum on Biden and instead played into threats to democracy and election denial claims by MSM. Dems play to win and MAGA plays to send a message. Forgive me for wanting to take the first viable offramp from Trump before he Thelma and Louises the GOP in 2024 because of his ego.

    410. jason says:

      Tucker should go on permanently on Russian state TV.

      He has all their talking points down pat and as a Putin sycophant toadie he will fit right in.

    411. jason says:

      Here we go.

      An exciting option for the TDS morons.

      On @CNNThisMorning
      , Arkansas Gov. @AsaHutchinson
      says he’ll decide on a 2024 run by January. He said a big field won’t be like 2016, telling @kaitlancollins
      : “People understand who Donald Trump is today… He’s a known quantity now. We know the chaos that comes with him.”

    412. jason says:

      His “army of MAGA candidates across the country”

      Zzzzzz….. what “army”.

      Trump had 300 endorsements, a small fraction of candidates running, and the vast majority won.

      “and in the suburbs that he pushed democrat turnout”

      LOL. Goebbels would be proud of this lie.

      I bet nobody here knows of ANYONE who came out to vote because of Trump.

    413. jason says:

      Trump, that is so hated by the Dems”

      Yeah, you don’t want any candidate that is hated by the Dems.

    414. JeffP says:

      Yes for sure…to quote Trump…It’s RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA…of course…Zelensky is a corrupt crackpot who is in bed with Nazis.

    415. Robbie says:

      Reid J. Epstein
      @reidepstein

      NEW: Republicans flee from Trump.

      Kristi Noem says Trump doesn’t offer Rs “the best chance” to win in 24.

      Asa Hutchison: “We need alternatives.”

      Mo Brooks & Cuccinelli say there’s not support.

      Chris Sununu: “He’s a loser.”

      – Kristi Noem is a legitimate shocker to me. She’d have been one of the last people I expected to move away from MAGA daddy.

    416. Robbie says:

      Brit Hume
      @brithume

      Quote: “…it turned out that 90% of any do­na­tion goes to Mr. Trump’s su­per PAC and only 10% to Mr. Walk­er’s campaign. When the Walker camp pub­licly complained about the de­ception, Team Trump low-ered its skim to 50%.” Gee thanks.

      – This should come as no surprise. Trump is a pathetic grifter who’s only out for himself.

    417. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 17, 2022 at 9:01 am
      It’s not a banana republic if he’s actually guilty. ”

      LOL

      Amoral Scumbag believe in banana republic “justice”.

      Not surprising.

      – Jason fraud, who is dumber than a bucket of day old spit, thinks Trump should be able to break laws.

    418. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Who should be the top five witnesses the new House Committees should call to testify?
      1- Ray Epps
      2- Hunter Biden’s Partner. I think his surname is Budinski
      3- Someone serving time in the Washington J6 gulug to discuss their mistreatment.
      4- The person who authored the memo suggesting that the Administration should consider parents who dissent at School Board Meetings be treated as “domestic terrorists”.
      5- Whomever in the military is in charge of implementing “wokeism”.

    419. SoHope says:

      “Army of MAGA candidates” was a direct quote from Trump’s pre-election Miami Florida speech.

    420. Robbie says:

      Jason fraud, who is dumber than a bucket of day old spit, said Republican establishment candidates can no longer win statewide races. The only way to win is to nominate mouth breathing Trumpy populists.

      Well, we just had an election in Arizona that proved otherwise. Election deniers Kari Lake and Blake Masters both lost their races to milk toast, dud candidates. Turns out telling McCain voters to get the heck out or writing that the Unabomber made a lot of great points weren’t winning strategies.

      Meanwhile, Doug Ducey’s close ally, Kimberly Yee, ran statewide for treasurer and got 55.7% of the vote. She significantly outran Lake, Masters, and the lunatic SoS nominee. Had the party nominated Ducey or Brnovich for Senate and Robison for governor, Republicans would have won. Instead, Jason fraud’s hero spent two years attacking Ducey and Brnovich for not illegally overturning an election he lost. Sadly, idiots like Jason fraud fell for it.

      If you’re shocked Jason fraud was wrong, then you haven’t been paying attention. Jason fraud is a comment section grifter. He glommed onto Trump because that’s where he thought the tough-guy action was. But watch what happens the minute it looks like his grifting hero Trump is in trouble, Jason fraud will swing to another candidate and pretend he was never in Donnie’s hip pocket.

      Trumpism and populism are losers. They always have been. Hopefully, the fever is starting to break.

    421. Robbie says:

      Has super pollster Richard Baris offered any insights into why he was so amazingly wrong?

    422. Robbie says:

      Boy, I sure am glad Trump and the MAGA morons primaried Meijer and replaced him a terrible candidate like Joe Gibbs so he could lose an unlosable general election.

      You really haven’t owned the libs until you elect Democrats to Republican districts, right Jason fraud? Right, Phil?

    423. Robbie says:

      Boy, I sure am glad Trump and the MAGA morons primaried Herrera-Buter and replaced her with lunatic Joe Kent (he called men who watch sports on TV soy boys) so he could lose a R =13 district to a Democrat.

      You really haven’t owned the libs until you elect Democrats to Republican districts, right Jason fraud? Right, Phil?

    424. Robbie says:

      Boy, I sure am glad Trump sabotaged Rebecca Kleeyfisch’s primary race in the Wisconsin governor’s race because her daughter went on a date with a state judge Donnie didn’t like.

      That worked out well, didn’t it Jason fraud? The election denier who Trump backed just crushed the corpse like Tony Evers.

      Oh, wait. That didn’t happen. Trump’s pick lost. MAGA!

    425. Bitterlaw says:

      It is only November but I nominate “grifter” as the most overused word at HHR in 2022.

    426. jason says:

      The election denier”

      LOL

    427. jason says:

      I am certainly glad Meijer and Herrera Butler are gone, into the trashbin of history where such scumbags belong.

      I wish Gibbs and Kent would have won.

      Both can be true.

    428. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag says Trump has no support yet he is here posting about him.

      About Biden, who is actually President?

      Crickets.

    429. jason says:

      I sure am glad Trump sabotaged Rebecca Kleeyfisch’s primary race in the Wisconsin governor’s race”

      I thought Trump had no influence…..

    430. jason says:

      Jason fraud will swing to another candidate and pretend he was never in Donnie’s hip pocket.”

      Has it happened yet?

    431. SoHope says:

      Trump has tons of influence on the primaries. He also unfortunately has a lot of influence on turnout of Democrats and Independents that hate him. The sad truth is that the 2022 election was more referendum on him than Joe Biden.

    432. SoHope says:

      The MSM needs him or they have to actually report on how bad things are. Democrats are the same. “Threats to democracy” actually resonated in purple and light red races.

    433. Robbie says:

      Mike DeWine 62.8%

      JD “fits like a glove” Vance 53.3%

      Yet, I was assured by Jason fraud and Phil that Vance is where the part was and DeWine and Portman were hated by the party.

    434. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 17, 2022 at 10:38 am
      Amoral Scumbag says Trump has no support yet he is here posting about him.

      – I haven’t said that. He’s got your unending support and he’s probably got a hardcore support of about 35% to 40% within the party. Could be higher and it could be lower depending on who runs.

      And I’m going to post about him because he’s running for president again and has a good chance of winning the primary. He’s dead set on destroying the ability of the party to win elections and, unsurprisingly, you’re cheering it on because you’re mad about your lot in life and Trump serves as your avatar for grievance.

      Also, you’re an idiot who got just about everything wrong in the last election. You thought Trumpism and populism were sweeping the nation and they weren’t.

      Even after six years of serving as Trump’s ball washer, you still haven’t figured out that Trumpism and populism aren’t governing ideologies. They’re nothing more than grievance and guttural screeds.

    435. Robbie says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 17, 2022 at 10:27 am
      It is only November but I nominate “grifter” as the most overused word at HHR in 2022.

      – No, the most overused phrase in this forum is your go-to “both can be true”.

    436. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 17, 2022 at 10:38 am
      I sure am glad Trump sabotaged Rebecca Kleeyfisch’s primary race in the Wisconsin governor’s race”

      I thought Trump had no influence….

      – I’ve never said Trump has no influence. In fact, he still has a lot of influence, much of it malign.

    437. Robbie says:

      SoHope says:
      November 17, 2022 at 10:43 am
      Trump has tons of influence on the primaries. He also unfortunately has a lot of influence on turnout of Democrats and Independents that hate him. The sad truth is that the 2022 election was more referendum on him than Joe Biden.

      – Ding, ding, ding. We have a winner. This is the correct takeaway.

      Trump took an election that should have been a straight up-or-down referendum on Biden, the sitting president, and turned it into a referendum on himself, an out of power former president. A true masterpiece of idiocy.

      But this is the party Jason fraud, Phil, and the others want. They want the party to be a perfect reflection of whatever Trump wants it to be because Donnie channels their rage and anger about an ever-changing world they don’t like.

    438. Robbie says:

      Will this forum fall for all of the fake Trafalgar polls again in 2024?

      Trafalgar and Richard Baris are the Research 2000 of Republican polling.

    439. Robbie says:

      Since Chemtrail Kelli Ward took over the state party in AZ, Republicans have lost both Senate seats, the governorship, and the presidency.

      Meanwhile, after years of losing, Republicans in CA elected a serious and real state party leader and now the party has begun to score some very good wins at the House level.

      Yet, Chemtrail Kelli remains a hero to many in this forum because she is an unabashed stop the steal conspiracy theorist and a forever Trumper.

      Hard to understand why the party continues to do so poorly.

    440. Robbie says:

      House Republicans
      @HouseGOP
      Hunter Biden’s laptop is REAL.

      – The message the voters sent last week was it was time for competency and normalcy.

      So what does the House Republican Twitter account do? It signals it will spend its time on issues that don’t have any bearing on the hardships of inflation or rising crime in the cities.

    441. Bitterlaw says:

      Robbie is a pilot. Robbie is a douche. Both can be true.

    442. jason says:

      pend its time on issues that don’t have any bearing on the hardships of inflation or rising crime in the cities.”

      This is from the despicable POS that has not posted ONCE on any of the “hardships of inflation or rising crime” in the last 2 years or on ANYTHING negative about the disastrous Biden presidency and has instead spent the whole 2 years attacking Republicans.

      GFY.

    443. jason says:

      I’ve never said Trump has no influence. In fact, he still has a lot of influence,”

      EUREKA!

    444. jason says:

      ike DeWine 62.8%

      JD “fits like a glove” Vance 53.3%

      Yet, I was assured by Jason fraud and Phil that Vance is where the part was and DeWine and Portman were hated by the party.”

      Zzzzzz…. so the popular incumbent governor who has held just about every office in OH and has the highest name of any candidate and ran against a complete ninny did better than the newcomer who had to run against the best candidate the Dems could find?

      Wow, what an indictment of Vance. Or Trumpl.

    445. jason says:

      I guess we know now Amoral Scumbag, who never had a bad word to say about the partisan BS “insurrection” charade committee, is worried about a real investigation into Hunter’s laptop.

    446. jason says:

      So what does the House Republican Twitter account do? ”

      Anybody doubted that as soon as the election was over, Amoral Scumbag would be here shilling for the Dems.

      Watch him soon turn on the Golden Calf too, you know the one he called a total bum, a clown and Trump clone.

    447. Tina says:

      Great news

      House investigstion into the laptop fro hell.

      We also need a house investigation into fibs role on j6. Lots of reports saying they had inbeds. If they knew of the “plot” why did they fail to stop it.

      Presume the fib is guilty.

    448. Tina says:

      Just a question, if democracy was at “stake, “ why didn’t the drats ss force stop it?

      This position is hilarious.

      Steve Krakauer

      @SteveKrak
      ·
      1h
      NYT also reports the FBI “had as many as eight informants inside” inside the Proud Boys, in the months before AND after the January 6 riot.

      Despite this, NYT asserts “no evidence has surfaced suggesting that the FBI played any role in the attack.” Yet!
      https://nytimes.com/2022/11/14/us/politics/fbi-informants-proud-boys-jan-6.html… 6/

    449. Tina says:

      Catturd ™

      @catturd2
      Just so you know-

      Zelenskyy went on TV and blamed Russia for launching missiles against Poland when it was actually Ukraine and tried to gaslight the world into starting WWIII with his lies – and the U.S. media is silent.

      Thankfully, most nations didn’t buy his lies.
      3:57 AM · Nov 17, 2022
      ·Twitter Web App

    450. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina doesn’t like Putin but will post every tweet that either covers for Putin’s viciousness or blames Ukraine for refusing to be a victim.

    451. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      They are off and counting the (hopefully) final votes in the CO CD-3 race. About 100 additional votes have been counted so far and the Democrat has netted one vote.
      There may be a better way to keep score, but you can go to Real Clear Politics and click the link to the race about every 20 minutes to get updates on the totals. You start with Boulert(R) ahead by 1,103.

    452. Tina says:

      Is the Russian hoaxer crying over Piglosis “farewell address?”

    453. jason says:

      Thankfully, most nations didn’t buy his lies.”

      As opposed to the aptly named Catturd that believed every Putin lie.

    454. Robbie says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 17, 2022 at 12:01 pm
      Robbie is a pilot. Robbie is a douche. Both can be true.

      – Bitter is a Trump voter. Bitter is desperate to not be labeled as a Trump voter. Both can be true.

      Robbie is a pilot. Robbie has been right all along about Trump and the frauds who support him. Both can be true.

    455. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag is triggered today his icon Nancy Pelosi is going to be a backbencher.

    456. WizardofCozz says:

      Lavern Spicer ??
      @lavern_spicer
      ·
      13m
      Nancy Pelosi stepping down.

      Hunter Biden is being investigated.

      Let the fun begin.

    457. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 17, 2022 at 12:14 pm
      I guess we know now Amoral Scumbag, who never had a bad word to say about the partisan BS “insurrection” charade committee, is worried about a real investigation into Hunter’s laptop.

      – Run a campaign on Hunter Biden, who isn’t elected to anything, and see how it goes. You won’t like the result, but you’ve consistently shown you’re not willing to learn anything from the third, fourth, fifth, or sixth kick from a mule.

      Other than the forever Trumpers like you, the public doesn’t give a crap about Hunter Biden just as they never gave a crap about Ivanka, Jared, or Don Jr. They cared about Trump’s governance and they care about Biden’s governance.

    458. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 17, 2022 at 12:47 pm
      Why Amoral Scumbag is scared sh-tless…

      https://townhall.com/tipsheet/spencerbrown/2022/11/17/republicans-announce-plans-for-hunter-biden-investigation-n2616082

      – The new “Benghazi Benghazi Benghazi”. It will have just as much effect on the voters as the wasteful Benghazi hearings did. Which is to say none.

    459. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 17, 2022 at 1:27 pm
      Amoral Scumbag is triggered today his icon Nancy Pelosi is going to be a backbencher.

      – No. I’ve been traveling the last week and today is the first day I’ve had time to come here and mock f@cking idiots like you for being so completely and laughably wrong about Trump and the elections last week.

      You swore populism was sweeping the nation. Wrong. The country rejected the guttural screed of populism and the terrible candidates who ran on it.

      I guess your guy Blake Masters shouldn’t have spoken approvingly of Hermann Goring or said the Unabomber made a lot of good points in his manifesto.

      By the way, Jason fraud, will you be attending Kari Lake’s swearing-in ceremony?

    460. Tina says:

      Clown show

      Image
      Zelensky on missile blast in Poland: “I don’t know 100 percent … what happened” https://trib.al/saSst8e

    461. Robbie says:

      Dave Wasserman
      @Redistrict

      I’ve seen enough: Rep. Mary Peltola (D) wins reelection in #AKAL, defeating Sarah Palin (R) and Nick Begich (R).

      – Will Mikey finally admit Palin’s a terrible candidate and she should’ve dropped out after she lost the special election this past Summer? Or will he go full political suicide bomber and say she deserves another chance in 2024, especially if she runs on shutting down the government?

    462. Robbie says:

      Jacob Rubashkin
      @JacobRubashkin

      Complete swap out of the top three Democratic leaders and a clear generational shift. From a troika age 82, 83, 82 to 52, 59, 43

      – Meanwhile, Jason fraud demands that we nominate for the third time a man who will be 78 years old on election day 2024.

    463. Robbie says:

      Erick Erickson
      @EWErickson

      D&MBASSES. The public thinks both sides are corrupt and the GOP is stupid and chaotic. Going after Hunter Biden as a top priority instead of economic issues, etc. feeds the public perception the GOP is not serious. So dumb.

      – Jason fraud is going to tell us all Erick Erickson is a fake conservative.

    464. Country Dick Montana says:

      Man, the site is totally unreadable today.

    465. Bitterlaw says:

      Robbie – Of course my voted went to Trump in 2016 and 2020. Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden are hard leftists and there is no way I was letting them win without trying to stop it by voting. To me. Trump is a terrible person but his despicable nature has no effect on me. President Hillary would have been as much of a nightmare as President Biden.

      I accept that Trump was a good President. I am not wearing a MAGA hat. My votes in the PA primaries were not moved towards or away from any candidate by Trump’s endorsements. I live in the real world and Biden sucks.

    466. Robbie says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 17, 2022 at 2:10 pm

      I accept that Trump was a good President. I am not wearing a MAGA hat.

      – Trump was a terrible president. Everything that was accomplished was done in spite of him. Not because of him. That’s why he lost to a man who has mashed potatoes for brains and wears an adult diaper. Good presidents with low unemployment don’t lose reelection.

      You’re trying to do just what poor Mike Pence is trying to do. Associate yourself with the good while desperately trying to avoid the stench of the bad. It won’t work because Trumpism is a one-way street. When you go Trump, you own the whole ugly orange thing. That’s what Donnie demands.

    467. Robbie says:

      I’m still waiting for Jason fraud to address his laughable claim establishment candidates can no longer win general elections even though Kimberly Yee did just that in AZ with 55.7% of the vote while super MAGA idiot candidates Kari Lake and Blake Masters lost to milktoast Democrats.

    468. Livinthedream says:

      Going after Biden won’t be the only activity of the House but it does lead to three level chess. As the facts come out, the democrats will defend Biden to the hilt. This, in turn, will cause Biden to continue to maintain that he will run for another term. This delay will freeze others in the party from gearing up as this would be not only an admission that Biden should resign for doing a bad job but also indicate that he has done something wrong.

      But the progressive wing of the party is ready to move on and may not tow the line as it did after Clyburn and the gang secured the nomination for Biden beginning in South Carolina.

      In short, get your popcorn. For all of the potential infighting on the republican side there will be just as much on the democratic side.

    469. Cash Cow TM says:

      When do ya think the GOP will institute
      ranked voting in R primaries?

    470. Cash Cow TM says:

      when do ya think the GOP will come forth with, and put before the American public, a plan to solve various national problems that is different from Biden’s “plan”?

    471. Robbie says:

      Cathleen Decker
      @cathleendecker

      Kari Lake, who is projected to lose her race for governor of Arizona, traveled Thursday to former president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida, @isaacstanbecker @jdawsey1 @yvonnewingett report.

      – Stop the steal! Stop the steal! Stop the steal!

      Will Kari Lake call on Mike Pence to reject the electoral vote from Arizona?

      Will a gang of buffoonish mouth breathing dolts storm the state capitol building demanding Lake be declared the winner?

      Or will Donnie decide the best way to win in 2024 is to form a loser’s ticket with Lake. Trump/Kake 2024. Losers who can lose together.

    472. Cash Cow TM says:

      when do ya think the Dems change their strategy of not solving problems, institute policies to make the problems worse and having a strategy of ramping up and running of unfounded FEARS instead of dealing with facts?

    473. Bitterlaw says:

      Robbie finally criticized Biden’s mental status. Only took more than 2 years. Of course, he has not criticized his policies.

    474. Robbie says:

      Cash Cow TM says:
      November 17, 2022 at 2:23 pm
      When do ya think the GOP will institute
      ranked voting in R primaries?

      – Never, I hope.

      The concept sounds good in theory, but it takes too long to count the vote and I feel as those voting for several different people on one ballot goes against the concept of one man one vote.

    475. Bitterlaw says:

      Robbie has me wearing a MAGA hat cheering Trump. Jason has me under surveillance to see if I am a secret TDS moron.

      I love this place.

    476. Robbie says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 17, 2022 at 2:28 pm
      Robbie finally criticized Biden’s mental status. Only took more than 2 years. Of course, he has not criticized his policies.

      – I’ve written it many times over the last two years, but, much like Jason fraud, you’ve chosen to miss/ignore it because it makes it easier for you to say I haven’t written it.

      Also, I barely posted in 2021 other than to occasionally mock Jason fraud’s idiotic view Fauci deserved a presidential medal of freedom. And in this election cycle, I barely had anything to say once the primary season ended. The candidates in key races absolutely sucked thanks to Trump and I had no interest in talking about a New Jersian running for Senate in PA or a Unabomber fan running for Senate in AZ.

      But you do you.

    477. Bitterlaw says:

      Robbie – I one of the only posters who doesn’t attack you personally besides calling you a douche. I was the first person to use the name Amoral Scumbag at HHR but it was in reference to Trump. Jason stole it to refer to you.

      You were willing to let Hillary and Biden seriously damage America. I was not.

    478. Robbie says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 17, 2022 at 2:39 pm

      You were willing to let Hillary and Biden seriously damage America. I was not.

      – And yet you ended up hurting the country and, especially the Republican Party, by voting for a man who was wildly corrupt, was impeached twice, pushed baseless conspiracy theories about all sorts of things, ruined the political careers of elected Republicans solely out of spite, refused to accept defeat in a presidential election, and organized a riot to try and prevent his opponent from being declared the winner of a race he lost.

    479. Robbie says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 17, 2022 at 2:31 pm
      Robbie has me wearing a MAGA hat cheering Trump. Jason has me under surveillance to see if I am a secret TDS moron.

      – In for a penny, in for pound.

      You don’t get to pick and choose what you like as a way to excuse and deflect from the other things. They were all done by the same man and you could’ve gotten all of the good things without any of the bad had you supported a different candidate. Instead, you supported Christie who, in turn, supported Trump.

    480. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. Christie was running for the nomination when I wanted him to win. After he dropped out, I voted for Kasich in the PA primary but Trump already had the nomination all but locked up.

      Here in the real word, in 2016 only Hillary or Trump could win. I went with Trump. In 2020, only Biden or Trump could win. I went with Trump and you voted for Biden. By your standard, you own all of Biden’s failures. How does it feel?

    481. Tina says:

      Zeldin moves forward to challenging Rona Romney for gop chair.

    482. Robbie says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 17, 2022 at 3:12 pm

      Here in the real word, in 2016 only Hillary or Trump could win. I went with Trump. In 2020, only Biden or Trump could win. I went with Trump and you voted for Biden. By your standard, you own all of Biden’s failures. How does it feel?

      – I didn’t vote for anyone in the presidential race. I left the spot blank. It was the best vote I ever cast. And I’ll do it again in 2024 if Trump’s the nominee. Neither of them should have been president. Biden was clearly senile and Trump was and remains manifestly corrupt.

      I am under no obligation to vote for a 78 year old twice impeached idiot and neither are you.

    483. Bitterlaw says:

      So were willing to let Hillary and Biden win. Got it.

    484. Cash Cow TM says:

      Things the American public (sadly) believes:

      ********************************************

      –5% of American public could not identify the month and day the 911 attacks took place in 2001

      –7% say chocolate milk comes from brown cows

      –8% believe the earth is flat

      –9% say no man has ever landed on the moon

      -11% of 18- to 24-year-old Americans cannot locate the U.S. on world map

      –25% believes the Bill of Rights guarantees equal pay for equal work

      –25% believe the sun revolves around the earth

      –26% do not know who the U.S. fought to gain our independence

      –28% incorrectly thinks a 5-4 Supreme Court ruling is sent back either to Congress for reconsideration or to the lower courts for a decision.

      –29% cannot locate the Pacific Ocean on a map

      –30% believe in astrology

      –33% believe the Bill of Rights guarantees the right to own a home

      –over 40% believe that man and dinosaurs both lived at same time on earth

      –55% believe that the reason climate changes happen is due to humans and human activity

      –about 60% approve of the job President Biden is doing

      –61% cannot name all 3 branches if government
      (and 22% could not name even 1 of the 3)
      ________________________________________________

      And now you know why Biden won the presidency in 2020 and the GOP did NOT have a big red wave in 2022.

      ALL THESE PEOPLE COUILD EASILY BE REGISTERED VOTERS
      (Yeah, I know. Some of them are registered Rs and some Ds and some indys.)

    485. Bitterlaw says:

      And only about 20 people know Walt is immortal.

    486. JeffP says:

      496 I was hoping McConnell and McCarthy would be displaced from leadership…but I would be extremely happy with Zeldin replacing Ronna!

    487. Tina says:

      Yup, Jeffp, she had to go.

      My opinion changed of her when she hoarded the election challenge money back in 2020.

    488. Tina says:

      Have the agents or unjustice heard of the presidential records act?

      A review by agents and prosecutors found no discernible business interest in the Mar-a-Lago documents, people familiar with the matter said,” The Post explains. “Federal agents and prosecutors have come to believe former president Donald Trump’s motive for allegedly taking and keeping classified documents was largely his ego and a desire to hold on to the materials as trophies or mementos, according to people familiar with the matter.”

      “FBI interviews with witnesses so far,” The Post adds, citing their sources, “also do not point to any nefarious effort by Trump to leverage, sell, or use the government secrets. Instead, the former president seemed motivated by a more basic desire not to give up what he believed was his property, these people said.”

    489. Tina says:

      It is funny how the mar a Lago illegal search and theft of documents from trump by the corrupt Justice dept is falling apart.

    490. Robbie says:

      Foster
      @foster_type

      Baby formula, IRS leaks, Afghanistan, student debt liquidation, gain of function, can think of maybe 100 other better things.

      – Jason fraud “Nah, let’s do Hunter’s laptop instead. It’s what voters care about most.”

      Idiots.

    491. Meldrim says:

      I’ve been following the Boebert-Frisch CO-03 race on USA Today’s (excellent) elections webpage: https://www.usatoday.com/elections/results/race/2022-11-08-house-CO-6615/

      They’ve been counting overseas absentees, cured ballots and whatever was still outstanding as of this morning, and mostly its been Democratic counties that have reported. If I understand what USA Today means by “99% Est. vote counted”–I’m pretty sure that it means 100%–then all of the hyper-Democratic ski counties of Pitkin and Eagle, plus the not-quite-as-heavily Democratic counties of Gunnison, Saguache and Pueblo, are in, and the votes remaining to be counted and/or reported are in Republican counties. Boebert’s lead is down to 668 votes, but I would be very surprised if it dropped any more, and when the rest of the counties report it should be closer to 1,000 (and beyond automatic-recount range in CO).

      I’m very happy that it looks like Boebert will win, which means that the GOP will end up with 221 or maybe 222 House members (go Duarte!), and I hope that her inexcusable close call leads her to rethink her future and that she decides that this will be her final term in the House.

    492. Bitterlaw says:

      Good luck to the people around Buffalo. Estimates of 2-6 FEET of snow will cause major disruptions to even people used to snow. Hopefully, people stay home and there are no deaths or injuries. Of course, there will be babies who decide this is the best time to be born.

    493. Tina says:

      Take his plane Away

      RNC Research

      @RNCResearch
      ·
      Follow
      Senator @HawleyMO roasts FBI Director Christopher Wray for leaving a statutorily-required committee hearing to go on vacation.

      Hawley: “So you were going on vacation?”

      Wray: “I was, yes”

    494. Meldrim says:

      OK, Boebert’s lead dropped from 668 to 556, and I believe what came in was Republican Mesa County. If Frisch is gaining with the cured ballots and overseas absentees in Mesa County, then maybe he’ll cut the lead further with what’s left, perhaps placing the race in automatic-recount range (which I believe will be around a 320-vote margin).

    495. Cash Cow TM says:

      I say you cure ham and bacon.

      You should not cure ballots.

    496. Cash Cow TM says:

      The letters in
      “election fraud”
      can be rearranged to spell”

      “Lou, niece farted.”

    497. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      California has been on a spending spree. The result:

      “California will likely face a $25 billion budget deficit next year driven by high inflation and the threat of a recession, despite lofty projections in May that forecast a surplus of nearly $100 billion for the current fiscal year.”

    498. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “#411- SDC
      This is the same pollster that showed Lee and Egg McMuffin basically tied for the Senate in Utah. I question their credibility and whether there is an agenda.”

      The reason there is 72% support in Utah is the Mormon Church supports the bill, which now contains protections for religious organizations.

      “The Utah-based faith’s doctrine “related to marriage between a man and a woman is well known and will remain unchanged,” the church stated in a news release. “We are grateful for the continuing efforts of those who work to ensure the Respect for Marriage Act includes appropriate religious freedom protections while respecting the law and preserving the rights of our LGBTQ brothers and sisters.”

      The church’s remarks come after the act’s sponsors added an amendment to the House-passed bill exempting religious organizations, including faith-based universities, from providing “services, accommodations, advantages, facilities, goods or privileges for the solemnization or celebration of a marriage.” Neither could the act be used to alter the tax-exempt status of any organization.”

    499. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      In 2016 Utah Senator Mike Lee won with 68.1% of the vote. In 2022 Lee won with only 53.3% of the vote.

      In 2016 Lee’s Democratic opponent won only 27.1% of the vote. McMullin received 42.7% of the vote.

      Utah is one of the most Republican states in the nation. Republican candidates usually win by 2 to 1 margins, not just a few points over 50%.

      A major factor in the race was that McMullin comes across as a complete nerd. His campaign imploded when voters took a serious look at him.

    500. Tgca says:

      SDC, like most gays, probably 75%, doesn’t get that protecting gays with federal laws on marriage gives them special treatment that other groups don’t get.

      SCOTUS has already legalized gay marriage so that is the law of the land. Why should it now be federalized in a law simply for gays?

      This is nothing more than gays pushing their radical agenda further and further.

    501. Tgca says:

      516

      Giving gays extra federal protections others do not have does not STOP SCOTUS from making the law unconstitutional either.

      I think the GOP should offer amendments to the bill that also protect women’s rights from trannies.

      Let’s have the Dems and these 12 GOP supporters go on record voting AGAINST protecting women from trannies

    502. Tgca says:

      In the 90s, the gays just wanted domesticate partner benefits.

      Ok. Fair enough.

    503. Tgca says:

      In the early 2000s, they just wanted equal rights to care for loved ones and protect shared property and assets, and estate planning.

      Seems reasonable.

    504. Tgca says:

      Then around 2010, gays argued for the right to marriage.

      Ok.

    505. Tgca says:

      Now gays are grooming and sexualizing grade school kids and seeking additional federal protections that others don’t have.

      Gays have already weakened and made a mockery of the institution of traditional marriage in favor of open-relationships, being MONOGAMISH (their version of monogamy that allows you to have FUN with others they approve of, a.k.a. approved cheating), multi-person relationships like THROUPLES.

      Very few gays are married and even fewer are in traditional married relationships respecting TRUE monogamy.

    506. Tgca says:

      I suspect with all the latest grooming of grade school kids, gays will next seek to lower the age of consent to be in line with historical practices where gay men had relationships with the underaged, at least up until the 90s when criminal laws became much stricter. I would bet 75% of gay men would approve of voting to lower man-underage relationships.

      Gay men argue it’s part of their culture and is different than straights because underage dudes are already sexually active and sexually mature so why be so uptight about it because ITS JUST SEX!

    507. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Elon Musk made his money from Tesla and other businesses because he received billions of dollars in government subsidies. He was one of the nation’s biggest corporate welfare queens. Trying to run a non-subsidized business is now presenting a challenge to him.

      “Twitter has told employees that the company’s office buildings will be temporarily closed, effective immediately.

      In a message seen by the BBC, workers were told that the offices would reopen on Monday 21 November.

      It did not give a reason for the move.

      The announcement comes amid reports that large numbers of staff were quitting after new owner Elon Musk called on them to sign up for “long hours at high intensity” or leave.

      The message went on to say: “Please continue to comply with company policy by refraining from discussing confidential company information on social media, with the press or elsewhere.””

    508. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      @asymmetricinfo
      Coincidences happen, but “The exotic bat virus leaked out of the nearby institute that studies exotic bat viruses” has always seemed somewhat more parsimonious than “the exotic bat virus just happened to appear in a wet market down the street from the exotic bat virus repository”

    509. SoHope says:

      An Obama judge struck down parts of FL’s STOP WOKE ACT dealing with colleges. Calling college professors priests of democracy and that their speech is not to be limited. DeSantis needs to fight back in this topic. It would be a pitched battle against feds, culture war, and popular with basically all but the far left.
      These are the ideas the left opposes:

      1. No individual is inherently racist, sexist, or oppressive, whether consciously or unconsciously, solely by virtue of his or her race or sex.
      2. No race is inherently superior to another race.
      3. No individual should be discriminated against or receive adverse treatment solely or partly on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, disability, or sex.
      4. Meritocracy or traits such as a hard work ethic are not racist but fundamental to the right to pursue happiness and be rewarded for industry.
      5. An individual, by virtue of his or her race or sex, does not bear responsibility for actions committed in the past by other members of the same race or sex.
      6. An individual should not be made to feel discomfort, guilt, anguish, or any other form of psychological distress on account of his or her race.

      ***The left is literally fighting to teach these points as fact…every single one of them.

    510. JeffP says:

      Kevin McCarthy is a poser. I find his fakeness disgusting to watch.

    511. JeffP says:

      Dave Chapelles take on Trump is spot on…a truthful liar. Some of the campaign speech was such BS. My favorite was
      “ dismantling the deep state”….how exactly are you going to do that? People will vote for him truly believing he will be able to that. From the man who hired Wray.

    512. jason says:

      The TDS idiots are taking turns coming here to bash Trump?

      Zzzzzz….

    513. jason says:

      SoHope’s post shows what the real challenge is.

      The educational system is graduating Marxists by the hundreds of thousands (millions) every year.

      They are teaching those points as fact. And the results are reflected in society…in elections, in the corporate world, in government.. even in the military.

    514. jason says:

      Elon Musk made his money from Tesla and other businesses because he received billions of dollars in government subsidies. He was one of the nation’s biggest corporate welfare queens. Trying to run a non-subsidized business is now presenting a challenge to him.”

      Not really. Quite the contrary.

      He inherited a woke and bloated company full of self entitled leftists.

      He is trying to make it less woke and more efficient.

      Nothing wrong with such a “challenge”

    515. jason says:

      The company “culture” at Twitter was “we are here to implement an agenda, not make profits”.

      Musk is saying this is a business, not a woke cultural and social experiment.

      Obviously there is going to be fierce resistance to the concept.

      But none of these people are irreplaceable.

    516. jason says:

      Seems like Musk might up to the challenge.

      Musk argued that Twitter must be ready for a more “increasingly competitive world” and therefore employees must be ready to give more. CNN correspondent Donie O’Sullivan provided a screenshot of Musk’s surprise email.

      In it, Musk wrote, “Going forward, to build a breakthrough Twitter 2.0 and succeed in an increasingly competitive world, we will need to be extremely hardcore. This will mean working long hours at high intensity. Only exceptional performance will constitute a passing grade.”

      After mentioning that Twitter will become “much more engineering-driven,” he gave his employees a choice to get on board with his ambitions or leave the company. He added, “If you are sure that you want to be part of the new Twitter, please click yes on the link below,” adding, “Anyone who has not done so by 5pm ET tomorrow (Thursday) will receive three months of severance.”

    517. jason says:

      By offering 3 months severance, he is encouraging most of them to leave.

    518. SoHope says:

      Unfortunately some f-ed up CA law requires long-term notice and severance when downsizing. I think businesses should be able to be nimble enough to throw people on their ass if they need to. Unless there is a contract the employer is not obligated to keep the employee and visa versa.

    519. SoHope says:

      All that said, Trump is still a horrendous choice for Republican nominee for 2024…just a quick reminder of that.

    520. SoHope says:

      2024 Florida Republican Primary Poll:

      Ron DeSantis — 66% (+45)
      Donald Trump — 21%

      @SachsMediaGrp
      600 LV 11/11

    521. Livinthedream says:

      To be clear, I would be very happy with DeSantis as the nominee. However, it seems as though the Republicans are repeating the journey of 2016. that is, several wannabees will join the field and all with take a share leaving Trump with a rock solid 30-40% of the vote, thereby racking up delegates and taking all of the winner take all primaries. If the Republicans want a nominee other than Trump then the powers that be will have to clear the field like Clyburn Obama did for Biden in 2020.

    522. Tina says:

      Ugly economic numbers out today,

      Leading economic indicators -0.8

      Housing starts 4.43 million, down for nine straight months.

    523. jason says:

      If the Republicans want a nominee other than Trump then the powers that be will have to clear the field like Clyburn Obama did for Biden in 2020.”

      LOL

      Bring back the brokered convention!

      “Powera that be”

      Translation: elitist country club Rs decide “who should be in the field”.

      I have a better idea. The candidate with the most delegates gets nominated.

    524. jason says:

      SoHope says:
      November 18, 2022 at 9:33 am

      All that said, Trump is still a horrendous choice for Republican nominee for 2024…just a quick reminder of that.”

      SoHope has terminal TDS, just a quick reminder.

      Let the R primary voters decide who is “horrendous”.

      2024 Florida Republican Primary Poll:

      Ron DeSantis — 66% (+45)
      Donald Trump — 21%”

      Looks like the TDS morons have nothing to worry about.

    525. jason says:

      Unfortunately some f-ed up CA law requires long-term notice and severance when downsizing. I think businesses should be able to be nimble enough to throw people on their ass if they need to. Unless there is a contract the employer is not obligated to keep the employee and visa versa.”

      Absolutely.

      But of course in the end the businesses just pass these added costs to the consumer so these laws are just another tax.

    526. livinthedream says:

      539. I was not referring to elitist country club R’s but the candidates themselves. If 8-10 Republicans choose to join the race against Trump, Trump will be the last person standing. Look at Alaska where Palin and the other Republican both wanted the House seat, knowing that by both running the likely outcome was for the democrat to win and that’s what happened.

      I agree that the voters will and should decide. I am simply saying that, in a congested field, Trump’s odds improve bigly.

    527. jason says:

      CA 13 update

      93% in.

      San Joaquim 84% in Gray has 500 vote lead. Could net another 80 votes.

      Stanislaw 90% in Gray has 1700 lead could net another 170.

      Merced 97% in Gray has 2400 votes lead could net another 70.

      Madera 97% in Duarte has 3700 vote lead could net another 110.

      Fresno 86% in Duarte has 1400 vote lead could net another 190.

      Total Gray +20

      Duarte has a 700 vote lead.

      Should another R pickup.

    528. jason says:

      I am simply saying that, in a congested field, Trump’s odds improve bigly.”

      Life’s a bitch.

    529. jason says:

      This is the problem with the Golden Calf mentality.

      In 2016, Amoral Scumbag guaranteed us that Jeb! had all the money, all the name recognition, all the endorsements, all the organization. Certainly Rubio would not dare run against him, certainly not 16 others.

      In the end, Jeb! turned out to be a spectacular flop and Trump turned out to be the best candidate to run against Hillary, despite some of the revisionist theories, the fact is nobody else would have won. Not Rubio, not Kasich, not Jeb, not Christie.

      The Golden Calf is a much better candidate than Jeb!, that is for sure, no comparison, but sometimes letting things play out is much better than anointing anybody the nomination. If that had happened in 2016 Hillary would have been President and SCOTUS would have a far left majority.

    530. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Disgusting:

      “However, our main complaint here is the disturbingly callous attitude among prominent people with the UN’s World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and major news outlets like Politico.

      “From climate perspective, the war in Ukraine may be seen as a blessing,” said Petteri Taalas, WMO Secretary General, who believes that the war “is speeding up this green transition.”

    531. jason says:

      Look at Alaska where Palin and the other Republican both wanted the House seat, knowing that by both running the likely outcome was for the democrat to win and that’s what happened.”

      Yes and no.

      It only happened due to the stupid ranked choice voting system.

    532. jason says:

      “From climate perspective, the war in Ukraine may be seen as a blessing,” said Petteri Taalas, WMO Secretary General, who believes that the war “is speeding up this green transition.”

      Not so sure.

      I think it brought to light the need to have a sustainable transition, not an arbitrary one.

    533. Tgca says:

      Palin has beaten Begich in votes twice now. If anyone should have done the right thing for the party to prevail in this ridiculous ranked voting scheme set up to protect Murkowski, it is Begich who should have stood down instead of giving this election to the Dems.

      It’s his 3rd straight election he has lost against against women in AK.

      I hope people of AK see this and end his political career for good.

    534. Tgca says:

      539

      As a FL voter, if the election were held today, I’d vote for Trump over DeSanctimonius.

      Trump has a proven record!

      He has been loyal to the conservatives and pretty much kept his word on all things promised that he could.

      He also fought the hard fight against the largest onslaught by the libs, MSM, Big Tech, Academia, Hollywood and our own unethical gubbermint.

      No president has come close to dealing with what he had to 24/7 and he still accomplished much while fighting back against them all.

      I’m not sure DeSanctimonius is up to that job because leading Florida with complete GOP control us a walk in the park comparatively to what Trump endured

      This is why I believe, probably a good 40% or more will stick with Trump no matter what.

      Loyalty matters!

    535. jason says:

      Nancy Pelosi
      @SpeakerPelosi
      ·
      Follow
      Replying to @SpeakerPelosi
      In the next Congress, @HouseDemocrats will continue to play a leading role supporting @POTUS’ agenda — with strong leverage over a scant Republican majority.”

      In fairness to Nancy, I am sure when the Dems had a “scant majority” she said the Republicans had strong leverage.

    536. jason says:

      Trump has a proven record!

      He has been loyal to the conservatives and pretty much kept his word on all things promised that he could.

      He also fought the hard fight against the largest onslaught by the libs, MSM, Big Tech, Academia, Hollywood and our own unethical gubbermint.

      No president has come close to dealing with what he had to 24/7 and he still accomplished much while fighting back against them all.”

      Excellent reading for the TDS morons.

    537. Cash Cow TM says:

      So Pelosi steps pout of D leadership role in house.

      Brilliant move.

      Besides 83 yr. old Pelosi, also gone in House leaderships are 82-year-old Stenny Hoyer and 80 something year old James Claybourn?

      And also gone will be the custom-made D foil for the Rs.

    538. jason says:

      I have not interest in voting in R primaries so I won’t be deciding on the nominee.

      I can support either the Golden Calf or Trump in the GE.

      Don’t show up with woke Nikki “you have to feel my pain” Haley” or a certified ass like Asa Hutchinson.

    539. jason says:

      The Recount
      @therecount
      ·
      Follow
      Official
      Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) gives powerful support for reparations for descendants of those enslaved in the U.S.:

      “You did not see us attack this most solid and somber institution — sacred — on January 6, 2021. We were not the masses that were trying to undermine democracy.”

      I guess BLM burning down cities was in support of democracy.

    540. Cash Cow TM says:

      I have noticed an uptick on the number of MSM Headlines about LBGTQEIEIO, anti-Semitism, racism, and global warming.

      And of course there understandably continues to be an inordinate amount of anti-Trump, anti-GOP headlines

      I will keep an eye on the gay, Jewish, racist, etc. headline numbers. No charge. This will be a free service from the Cow.

      Am thinkingn of adding a first name to my moniker: “Simon Cow” and then I could go on that TV show America’s Got Talent alongside of Simon Cowell.
      ______________________________

      Oh, and according to the nearly complete absence of MSM headlines about the southern border crisis and 5 million illegals coming in over the last 2 years, THERE IS NO PROBLEM WITH THE SOUTHERN BORDER.

    541. Cash Cow TM says:

      The Cow search did not take long.

      DRUDGE

      “White House Studies Blocking Sun to Stop ‘Climate Change’…”

      LOL
      LOL
      LOL

    542. Cash Cow TM says:

      A far better plan would be to just
      use all the new wind and solar power
      to air condition the earth.

      Think of how many lives in third world
      countries could be saved from heat
      related deaths.
      _____________________________
      Big A$$ed LOL

    543. Robbie says:

      Josh Kraushaar
      @JoshKraushaar

      “[Pennsylvania] Democrats will nominate state Rep. Joanna McClinton (D., Philadelphia) for speaker. McClinton, a 40-year-old former public defender first elected in 2014, became Democrats’ floor leader two years ago.”

      – This is what happens when a moronic group of primary voters decide to nominate an idiot lunatic election denier like Mastriano. His awful performance cost the party up and down the ballot.

      Maybe we’ll learn that a strategy of 40 days of prayer and fasting isn’t a good idea? I doubt it, though.

    544. Cash Cow TM says:

      Somebody brought up the topic of education.

      **************************************************
      K-12 schools today do the following job at various tasks:

      A+: Feeding students

      During COVID when schools were shut down, the school systems organized ways to feed students every day. LONG lines of cars curled around the blocks to come pick up food. We feed EVERYONE free–even if they can’t pay, or simply REFUSE to pay their cafeteria “charges”. WE have private charity organized and funded Back Pack Programs to give students food to take home over the weekend.

      A-: Transporting students
      Yes, there are still the occasional stories of some drunk bus driver having a wreck, or some bus driver fails to check their bus at the end of a run and some kindergartner is found hours later asleep in the back of the bus.

      A-: providing extracurricular/sports opportunities
      We now have not just the 4 old timey sports. We offer all sorts of sports now for girls like volleyball and girls softball, plus swimming, soccer, cross country, rugby, academic teams, thumb wrestling, interscholastic farting, etc. etc. etc.

      A-: having students feel good about themselves and never face failure

      A-: encouraging students to be fully woke and participate in “hate America” woke movement and encouraging kids to be VERY acceptive of all 1000 genders we now suddenly have. We do a good job in indoctrinating students about the Left agenda and ideology.

      [but despite all the efforts to do this, BULLYING is a BIGGER problem today than it was 20 or 50 years ago.]

      [AND school are much less SAFE today than they were 30 or 50 years ago. Assaults and attacks of schools by nutz with guns, etc.–DESPITE SPENDING BILLIONS TO MAKE SCHOOLS SAFER–BUILDING SECURITY BUILDING ENTRANCE SECURITY, SECURITY GUARDS, POLICE STATIONED IN SCHOOLS, STAFF TRAINING, STAFF TRAINING, STAFF TRAINING]

      C: identifying students with “special needs” and providing bazillions of tax dollars to deal with all these students who are somewhere “on the low fringes of the spectrum”, or who have “gender identity issues”, or narcolepsy, etc.
      [I know of an instance at Walt’s school some years back where the county highly paid School Psychologist” did a long one on one PERSONAL interview with a student who was referred to testing. The report they gave to the school said the student was severely traumatized and had trouble doing school work due to the fact that they lost several fingers on their hand in a shark attack. [THE STUDENT HAD ALL TEN FINGERS ON THEIR HANDS! BUT THE PSYCHOLOGISTS FAILED TO NOTICE THIS!]

      F: critical thinking, and connection between actions and consequences

      F: teaching personal responsibility
      practically no fail policies of schools, regardless of any or no effort of performance of students in even attempting to try to master any basic skill

      F: providing actual education
      the big majority of students today have abysmal skills in geographic knowledge, reading a map, basic understanding of economics, poor understanding of citizenship, civics, U.S. government, U.S. history, science, math, life skills, or how to handle personal finances (budgeting, checking accounts, understanding difference between wants and needs, personal finances, etc.)

      *********************************************
      But we DEFINITELY need more money for schools.

    545. michael corleone says:

      #559 Robbie – Mastriano has something to do with it. The repeal of the secret ballot and anti-electioneering laws do too (which necessarily result when you have no-excuse VBM).

    546. Cash Cow TM says:

      Caveat:

      There are some WONDERFUL students in school who were a joy to teach.

      Walt had many of these as students (and many who were not these).

      They are a minority, but they have good parents who care and are involved with their kids and do lots to help their kids have good values.

      They do very well in school. They will be successful adults and good citizens. Almost NONE of them ever desired to go into teaching as a vocation.

      In the 1960s and 1970s, the bulk of people who graduated from high school and went into teaching were in the top 1/3 of their graduating class. In Walt’s high school, 4 of the students in the top 10 academically went on to have teaching careers.

      *********************************************
      TODAY, they MAJORITY of people who become teachers are IN THE BOTTOM THIRD OF THEIR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASS. FACT.

    547. Bitterlaw says:

      Cash Cow – If I could go back, I would love to be a high school history teacher or a college professor.

    548. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      ·
      9m
      BREAKING: ? Lauren Boebert (R)
      wins re-election to the U.S. House in Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District

    549. jason says:

      Puts the GOP at 222 if Duarte wins.

      What did Pelosi have last session, 223?

    550. jason says:

      But Amoral Scumbag does not want this investigated…

      He thinks the GOP should focus on “inflation”, which outside of not voting for any Dem spending boondoggles like BBB, the HOuse has little power to curb without the Senate and the Presidency.

      Of course Amoral Scumbag has not said anything about “inflation” in the 2 years Biden has been President, funny how now he thinks it is important.

      https://redstate.com/mike_miller/2022/11/18/hang-onto-your-hats-america-former-hunter-biden-business-partner-says-youre-about-to-be-shocked-n660730

    551. jason says:

      The repeal of the secret ballot and anti-electioneering laws do too (which necessarily result when you have no-excuse VBM”

      This was the 800 lb gorilla in the room.

      Mastriano had nothing to do with the state legislature races in PA.

      Wolf got elected twice by big margins and the GOP held both Houses easily.

      As usual, Amoral Scumbag is full of crap.

    552. jason says:

      Hobbs 1,283,000
      Lake 1,267,000

      Anyone beside Amoral Scumbag think this result is legitimate?

    553. jason says:

      Corez Masto 493,000
      Laxalt 484,000

      Anyone beside Amoral Scumbag think this result is legitimate?

    554. jason says:

      BTw, over 30k votes went to third party candidates or non of these.

    555. Robbie says:

      Rich Baris “The People’s Pundit”
      @Peoples_Pundit

      Everyone who polled the race saw Lake leading. There really is no doubt in my mind that the “tabulator” issue cost her Maricopa.

      47-49 minutes.

      That’s all the time in those areas she needed to overcome Hobbs in Maricopa at those margins.

      It was real voter suppression.

      – LOL. Super pollster Richard Baris goes all in on Lake’s fantasies. Par for the course for this Trump grifter.

    556. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 18, 2022 at 2:11 pm
      Hobbs 1,283,000
      Lake 1,267,000

      Anyone beside Amoral Scumbag think this result is legitimate?

      – If nothing else, the election clarified that Jason fraud is a “stop the steal” buffoon who will parrot any conspiracy Donnie and his acolytes peddle.

    557. Robbie says:

      Where did Hunter Biden rank in the exit polls as an issue that motivated voters last week?

      You guys are such clowns. This forum used to be populated with people who wanted to see electable Republicans nominated and then focus on issues that would future elections.

      Now, the moron brigade has taken over and it’s nothing buy conspiracies and dead end rabbit holes.

    558. Bitterlaw says:

      After taking money from alcohol businesses to sell their products at the World Cup stadium, Qatar bans alcohol sales. Imagine the horror having to watch soccer sober.

    559. eriepa says:

      The PA house was lost because the State Supreme Court put the screws to the Rupublicans during state house redistricting. If the old districts had been in place, the Reps would still have the majority. But why ruin a good narrative.

      BTW the REpublicans have a 28-22 majority in the State Senate.

    560. Tina says:

      We need an jnvestigation here.

      Congressman Troy Nehls

      @RepTroyNehls
      ·
      2h
      Here’s what we know:

      -The White House funded Ukraine.

      -Ukraine partnered with FTX.

      -FTX funded Democrats with tens of millions during the midterms.

      The American people deserve

    561. Tina says:

      Senator Hawley Press Office

      @SenHawleyPress
      ·
      50m
      Following FTX Collapse, Hawley Demands Correspondence Between Regulators, the DNC, and the Biden White House

    562. Robbie says:

      Whenever I see Hawley’s name, I just picture him running from the riotous mob in the Capitol he had given a supportive fist in the air gesture to just an hour earlier.

      He’s such a phony. But then again, all populists are phony.

    563. Tina says:

      The leftists are now mad at Merrick Barland. This whole mar a Lago raid/aftermath looks very political and you shot blanks.

      Rob Reiner

      @robreiner
      ·
      2h
      We don’t need a Special Counsel to determine that Donald Trump has committed a mountain of Federal Crimes. Merrick Garland: Stop trying to avoid looking political and INDICT!

    564. jason says:

      Whenever I see maggots infesting roadkill I think of Amoral Scumbag.

    565. jason says:

      Where did Hunter Biden rank in the exit polls as an issue that motivated voters last week?”

      Worried, huh?

    566. jason says:

      electable Republicans”

      LOL

    567. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag likes despicable scum like Adam Kinzinger and Liz Cheney.

      Attacks Josh Hawley, a principled conservative.

      Now doesn’t want the Bidens investigated, but never complained once about ANY of the bogus “investigations” against Trump.

      I tell you when it comes to disgusting bottom feeders, Amoral Scumbag was at the top of that gene pool.

    568. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #CA22 Update from Tulare County adds another 2,172 votes that break 57.1%/42.9% for incumbent Republican David Valadao, widening his lead over Democrat Rudy Salas to 4,753 votes.
      Quote Tweet
      CATargetAlt
      @CATargetAlt
      ·
      13m
      #CD22 Update
      53.13% – 40,283 – David G. Valadao (R)
      46.87% – 35,530 – Rudy Salas (D)

    569. Tina says:

      Yup, the Russian hoaxer is really nervous about the investigations into the Biden’s/laptop from hell.

    570. Tina says:

      Trump to speak at 830 est about the special counsel.

      The Rs in the house will kill funding for it.

      And begin impeachment. Against Garland for blatan politicization at the department of unjustice.

    571. jason says:

      When I see images of an open sewer with stinking turds going by I think of Amoral Scumbag.

    572. jason says:

      Yup, the Russian hoaxer is really nervous about the investigations into the Biden’s/laptop from hell.”

      Yeah, after pretending Biden wasn’t President for the last 2 years, now suddenly Amoral Scumbag is “concerned” about inflation.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      I am sure he is excited about the Special Counsel, now there is an investigation he believes in.

    573. Tina says:

      ?? Mike Davis ??
      @mrddmia
      ·
      27m
      In 2010, Obama Attorney General Eric Holder picked Jack Smith to run Public Integrity Section.

      Smith took out VA Gov. Bob McDonnell as a potential Republican presidential candidate–on bogus corruption charges.

      Supreme Court reversed, 9-0.

      Now Smith is back–to take out Trump.

    574. jason says:

      Duarte gained another 200 votes today, now up 900.

      94.5% of the vote is in.

      Gray is ahead in 3 counties, Duarte in 2. But the only county for Gray that has any significant number of votes, maybe 1500, he is only up 52-48.

      I am calling CA-13 for Duarte.

    575. Cash Cow TM says:

      I told Walt that Garland picked
      John “Jack” Smith to be the
      Special prosecutor.

      Walt said he remembered John
      Smith from way back in the 1600s
      down in VA.

      Walt said Pocahontas was a real
      looker.

    576. Tina says:

      The Russian hoaxer and his ilk weaponized investigations.

      So, we are playing by the Drat rules.

      Buckle up, cupcake.

    577. jason says:

      Yep, Amoral Scumbag LOVED every investigation against Trump. He wasn’t worried about “concentrating on more important things”.

      Now he HATES any investigation into the Bidens.

      You have to admire the chutzpah.

    578. Tina says:

      And the Republicans cannot just sit back here. The special counsel targets the following:

      First, to investigate current republican members of congress (House and Senate), former President and current candidate Donald J Trump, former Trump administration officials, former White House staff, and other individuals, groups and organizations for their role in supporting an insurrection on January 6, 2021, against the incoming administration of President-Elect Joe Biden. In essence, the J6 investigation – with an emphasis on congress – transfers to Special Counsel Jack Smith:

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/blog/2022/11/18/im-impressed-biden-doj-assigns-special-counsel-to-investigate-republicans-in-congress-and-president-trump-for-insurrection-additionally-investigate-trump-for-doj-defined-classified-documents-and/

    579. Tina says:

      Primary goal, create enough of a legal mess as to obstruct any republican legislative effort against the Biden White House. Additionally, if Smith’s DC team can pick-off a few republican House members under charges of “supporting an insurrection“, the political power will revert back to the Democrats in office.

    580. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #592- jason
      In CA CD-13, Fresno County just dropped another 2,000 ballots. Your call for Duarte is spot-on.

      Fresno County portion of #CA13, breaking 51.2%/48.8% in Gray’s favor, netting him 38 votes to cut Republican John Duarte’s lead down to 865 votes.

      ·
      1h
      #CD13 Update
      50.34% – 63,539 – John Duarte (R)
      49.66% – 62,674 – Adam Gray (D)

    581. jason says:

      Actually not crazy about that Fresno dump. Duarte should have gained not lost.

    582. jason says:

      Still there is about 6000 votes left and the best Gray could hope for is a 53/47 split which would net him 360 votes.

    583. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Dave Wasserman calls CA CD-3 for Republican Kevin Kiley. It should have been called days ago.

      I’ve seen enough: Kevin Kiley (R) defeats Kermit Jones (D) in #CA03. This one’s been pretty clear for a while.

    584. jason says:

      I think it ends up 222/213.

      GOP left a few seats on the table, including PA 7 lost by 51/49 and PA 8 51/49.

      NM 2 by 1,000 votes. CO 8 lost by 1500 votes.

    585. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Duarte gained another 200 votes today, now up 900.”

      I thought Duarte was the dictator of some Latin American country.

    586. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Dave Wasserman calls CA CD-22 for Republican David Valadao.

      “I’ve seen enough: Rep. David Valadao (R) wins reelection in #CA22, defeating Rudy Salas (D). Two of ten pro-impeachment Republicans will remain in the next Congress.”

    587. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      In 2018, Republican candidates were surprised by the Democrats use of early voting and ballot harvesting in the midterms. They got shlonged!
      In 2020, the CA GOP incorporated some of the Democrats early voting techniques and did better. In 2022, better yet.
      Now let the GOP puhbahs move this new way of voting to seat-rich Pennsylvania and Michigan! It can be done. It must be done!

    588. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      California allowed any voter to vote by absentee ballot in the 1980s. The Republicans mounted effective absentee voting campaigns, and it helped them dominate California politics. A major reason Jerry Brown got pushed out as California Democratic Party chairman, along with other reasons, was he failed to organize vote by absentee ballot mail campaigns.

      The Republicans are now again starting to use mail-in balloting effectively in California again (post 2018).

    589. jason says:

      Now let the GOP puhbahs move this new way of voting to seat-rich Pennsylvania and Michigan! It can be done. It must be done!”

      I don’t know much about Michigan, but trying to out-corrupt the Dems in PA is political suicide.

      In person voting is the only way Rs can somewhat be sure their vote counts in PA. Even then it is still diluted by illegal votes and illegally harvested votes.

      In this case “if you can’t beat them, join them” really means “if you can’t beat them join them and get beaten even worse”.

    590. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      This is a must read. It is the definitive article on the Biden Crime Syndicate while Biden was the Vice President. It is long with lots of documentation and eye witness accounts. The article reads like a RICO indictment.
      The Biden Crime Syndicate makes the Trump Family look like a bunch of amateurs.
      I am particularly interested in the comments from Robbie and CG.

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11441481/DailyMail-com-breaks-evidence-GOPs-case-against-Joe-Biden.html

    591. Wobbles says:

      RICO indictment.
      The Biden Crime Syndicate makes the Trump Family look like a bunch of amateurs.
      I am particularly interested in the comments from Robbie and CG.”

      I am worried about inflation.

    592. jason says:

      Musk has a poll up on reinstating Trump on Twitter.

      So far 10 million people have voted.

      Yes is winning 52.3 to 47.7.

      Musk posted the first vote, his own. It was Yes.

    593. Wobbles says:

      I don’t know why people focus so much on Biden, it is not like he is President or something.

      Let’s focus on trashing Trump and Republicans.

      Thanks.

    594. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      This is a comprehensive summary of the factors which drove the midterm election. It is pretty definitive and some of the data points surprised me.
      The best I can glean is that the Republican base was really jazzed in the Spring, but was tempered during the Summer and Fall by the GOP not presenting its own economic agenda and its doing deals on gun control and other issues the base did not want and the Country did not need.

      Democrat enthusiasm won the day, apparently.

      It was a missed opportunity!

      https://harvardharrispoll.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/HHP_Nov2022_KeyResults.pdf

    595. Bitterlaw says:

      Go Lafayette! Beat Lehigh!

      The Rivalry goes back to 1884! Walt said the first game was a real tussle.

    596. jason says:

      Another reason Vance’s race was tighter than DeWine’s, nothing to do with Trump.

      The MSM convinced donors all around the country that Ryan was a viable candidate, and as a result he had a 4-1 funding advantage over Ryan.

      “A senior staffer from Rep. Tim Ryan’s (D., Ohio) Senate campaign told the Atlantic in May that the candidate only had a shot at winning if President Joe Biden’s approval rating in Ohio was above 42 percent on Election Day. Since that article was published, not a single poll had Biden’s approval above 41 percent.

      But that didn’t stop mainstream media journalists from pitching Ryan as the kind of culturally conservative Democrat who could pull off an upset in November. Without presenting evidence that he had any broad appeal in his home state of Ohio, article after article characterized him as the type of Democrat who had a playbook for success in a red state.

      Politico declared Ryan the “Democrats’ best messenger on the economy,” and Time magazine lauded his ability to channel both Bobby Kennedy and Ronald Reagan on the trail. Ryan had “blue-collar credibility,” in the words of the New York Times, and was winning over voters with an “appeal to unity in these fractured times.” Ryan was “the perfect test case of whether somebody can bridge the gap between Democrats’ moderate and progressive wings,” according to the Wall Street Journal.

      That kind of treatment likely led small-dollar Democratic donors around the country to believe Ryan possessed the secret formula to pull off an upset. Ryan successfully rode his army of small donors to a 400 percent cash advantage over his Republican challenger J.D. Vance. Ryan managed to raise more money than other Democrats who would end up losing their races by far smaller margins, such as Mandela Barnes in Wisconsin and Cheri Beasley in North Carolina. Ryan even raised more than the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and the Democratic National Committee.

      Kyle Kondik, the managing editor of University of Virginia’s Crystal Ball and author of The Bellwether, a book about Ohio politics, said the praise from mainstream media outlets attracts donations from their readers.

      “I think Ryan probably got a lot of credit for the quality of the campaign he ran before the results actually came in,” said Kondik. “If you look at who reads these kind of publications, they tend to be affluent and highly educated and willing to give money.”

    597. jason says:

      Since Johnson only won by 25k votes in WI, had the MSM touted Barnes as their “golden calf” he might have won.

    598. jason says:

      Tomorrow the World Cup starts.

      The first game is always the host country so this year we have an exciting Qatar-Ecuador match.

      I will be rooting for Ecuador since it was part of the Incan Empire.

      It could be that during the World Cup my insightful, pithy and incisive posts might be somewhat less bountiful.

      I apologize in advance if this will cause any angst here but the WC only happens every 4 years.

    599. Phil says:

      Yeah, the assertion that Vance running behind DeWine is an indicator that Vance wasn’t a fit for Ohio just doesn’t pass the smell test. DeWine was a popular incumbent and practically unopposed. Democrats spent literally nothing on the governor’s race. Ryan? They spent between 50 and 60 million on the senate race in Ohio way outspending Vance. Trying to compare results of a competitive race with one that is a layup is absurd. Of course, Robbie knows all this but he just can’t help himself.

    600. jason says:

      I remember the Lafayette presentations I attended with my kids.

      The basic message was “we know Lehigh is bigger and better, but if you don’t get in there you should consider us”.

    601. jason says:

      Of course, Robbie knows all this but he just can’t help himself.”

      Of course Amoral Scumbag knows he is an amoral scumbag, which in effect makes him even more of an amoral scumbag.

    602. jason says:

      Zzzzz.. so the entertainment industry finally discovers that Bruce Springsteen the hardcore Marxist fraud is really not the hero of the common man?

      Awwww….after decades of being indoctrinated someone jumps the reservation? You discovered that Springsteen’s “brand” is fake?

      Lesson learned, Springsteen is a fraud like all other communist frauds in entertainment.

      “Springsteen kisses his blue-collar brand away for Ticketmaster
      Christian Toto 10:20 PM on November 18, 2022

      Springsteen’s populism is well known, at least on paper. His classic tunes have connected with the common man, forging a steel-like bond with his base. It’s been an integral part of his brand for decades.

      Now, in his 70s, he’s eager to scoop up as much cash as possible at a time when the average American is pounded by a recession-like economy and soaring inflation rates. He recently peddled his songbook for a whopping $550 million.

      Now, he’s looking to cash in anew, but this time it’s his hardcore fans who are picking up the tab. That naked greed may forever taint his legacy, not to mention his progressive bona fides”

    603. jason says:

      Springsteen is as a “blue collar” as John Fetterman.

    604. jason says:

      His classic tunes have connected with the common man, forging a steel-like bond with his base”

      Marxist indoctrination and brain washing works.

      Stalin had a “steel-like bond” with his base too.

    605. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Morning Consult poll show Trump ahead of DeSantis:

      2024 National Republican Primary:

      Trump 47%
      DeSantis 33%
      Pence 5%

      @MorningConsult
      @politico, 842 RV, 11/10-14

    606. Gordon Allen says:

      In Florida primary poll re 2024 DeSantis 66 Trump 21.
      Being annihilated in one’s ” home state” isn’t normally a great look.
      Not a surprise, because of a dozen or so Trump voters in our neighborhood not including my wife and I in the dozen,every single one would support DeSantis over Trump.

    607. jason says:

      This post on Twitter show the educational system needs to teach more math and less wokism.

      “Elon Musk spent $44 Billion on Twitter. The World’s population is 8 billion. He could have given each person $5 billion and still have money leftover. I feel like a cheque for $5 billion would be life changing for most people. Yet he wasted it all on Twitter”

    608. jason says:

      Morning Consult poll show Trump ahead of DeSantis:

      2024 National Republican Primary:

      Trump 47%
      DeSantis 33%
      Pence 5%”

      Not to worry. Among the dozen people at Neville Allen’s country club gated community, every one of them supports the Golden Calf.

    609. jason says:

      2024 National Republican Primary:

      Trump 47%
      DeSantis 33%”

      I read here that the Golden Calf would automatically inherit Trump’s base without having to lift a finger.

      What happened?

    610. Tgca says:

      624

      That’s only anectdoral.

      So let me give a contrasting anecdotal snippet. I see many more Trump stickers and signs here in south Floreedah than I see for DeSanctimonius. In fact, I saw very few for Ronaldo but many still proudly display their Trump stickers and signs.

    611. Tgca says:

      This is one voter who would pull the lever for Trump over DeSanctimonius if the election were held today.

      I have an eery feeling DeSanctimonius will turn into another Lil’ Marco once he got to DC and betray many of the principles he NOW proclaims. We’ve seen this before with many in the GOP like Paul Ryan, one of the biggest conservative disappointments.

      Trump has a proven record standing up against pressure. DeSAnctimonius has NEVER faced such pressure in Floreedah with nearly a super-majority legislature and stacked courts.

    612. jason says:

      The R Civil War advocates are doing the Golden Calf a great disfavor.

      Attacking Trump and his base will not help the Golden Calf, it will cause a rift that later will come back to haunt him.

      You read it here first.

    613. Tgca says:

      624

      I would also say when DeSanctimonius gets annihilated by the Dem machine in MI, WI, and PA and loses the 2024 election because he has no connection to the working class, we “TOLD YOU SO.”

    614. Tgca says:

      630

      AGREED!

      I believe in loyalty …to a point.

      Many of the MAGA folks are very loyal to Trump and put aside his personal traits and behaviors in favor of him fighting the cause and NEVER giving up on them.

      Watch how many stay home if there’s a civil war. DeSanctimonius can’t afford that.

      Remember:

      Before there was DeSanctimonius, there was Trump.

    615. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      There was a recent discussion on the RRH website by posters who indicated supporting the Ukraine was a major issue to them. I hear others state that as well, and of course I feel that way. Obviously, the text below by Trump, Jr is a cause for concern:

      @DonaldJTrumpJr
      Nov 16
      Since it was Ukraine’s missile that hit our NATO ally Poland, can we at least stop spending billions to arm them now”

    616. Tina says:

      Quote Tweet

      Arthur Schwartz

      @ArthurSchwartz
      ·
      18h
      YIKES

      Steve Schmidt’s Ex-Wife Says He Owes Her Over $100K and Wants Him Jailed for Contempt https://freebeacon.com/latest-news/steve-schmidts-ex-wife-says-he-owes-her-over-100k-and-wants-him-jailed-for-contempt/

    617. jason says:

      Rs are the idiot party.

      The Dems are united. They know what they want and how to get it.

      Rs want to throw away an opportunity to sustain and expand the inroads Trump made into traditional Dem constituencies because they view them as undesirable.

      They deserve to lose. The stupidity is astounding.

    618. Tina says:

      The Article III Project

      “Garland announced he’s essentially giving his special counsel whatever he needs to investigate the non-crimes of objecting to a presidential election (like Democrats did in 1967, 2001, 2005 and 2017) and keeping personal copies of presidential records (like Clinton did with highly classified tapes hidden in his sock drawer) both expressly permitted by federal statutes.” -@mrddmia
      article3project.org/article-ii

    619. jason says:

      can we at least stop spending billions to arm them now”

      No.

    620. Tina says:

      Garland and Monaco (another gop-e mistake to confirm her as #2) are in a train wreck with the presidential records act.

      Copies are documents are the presidents

      End of story.

      Garland is on a head on collision with being impeached for election interferecen and politicizing Doj.

    621. jason says:

      Steve Schmidt’s Ex-Wife Says He Owes Her Over $100K and Wants Him Jailed for Contempt”

      That should be pocket change for that scumbag. He must be a real tightwad.

    622. Tina says:

      It’s the pedo project. You just don’t know where the $ is going.

    623. Tina says:

      So, we have 13,000 items stolen from mar a Lago by the fib.

      100 contained “ classified markings .”

      100 out of 13,000 items that had “classified markings.”

      Lol

    624. Cash Cow TM says:

      HEADLINES TODAY

      LOTS of Anti-Trump, Anti GOP headlines!
      Thanks, Trump!

      AOL–14 of them!

      Two LBGTQEIEIO headlines:

      –“Colonial Pilgrims Had A “Gay Colony” That The History Books Don’t Ever Mention”

      [when you read the article, there is really no mention or evidence of some gay colony in colonial America]

      –“What do people mean when they refer to ‘traditional marriage’? ‘It’s clear that it’s code,’ LGBTQ activists say.”

      ************************************************
      and there is one Anti-Cow headline on AOL:

      https://www.aol.com/news/zealand-targets-cow-burps-help-130036871.html

      B@$+@RD$

    625. Cash Cow TM says:

      Oh, and on MSN

      9 Anti-Trump, Anti GOP headlines.

    626. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Here we go again. To wit, a Judge changing voting rules in midstream.

      A Fulton County judge ruled Friday that the Georgia Secretary of State cannot prohibit counties from voting on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, a victory for the state Democratic Party and Sen. Raphael Warnock’s campaign,” NBC News reports.

      In win for Democrats, Georgia judge allows early voting in Senate runoff…
      Judge Thomas A. Cox overruled GOP Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s position that state law barred early v…

      “The order comes after a brief legal battle between Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office and the Democratic Party of Georgia over the Dec. 6 Senate runoff between Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker.”

      “Raffensperger, a Republican, had maintained that changes to Georgia voting laws meant that there could be no early voting on Nov. 26, the only Saturday when it would have been possible for Georgians to cast an early vote in the hotly contested race.”

    627. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I have adopted LBGTQEIEIO as my official gender/orientation. It perplexes and scars away all the right people.

    628. Cash Cow TM says:

      Bitter,

      Shepherd University plays New Haven CT today in first round of NCAA Division II playoffs.

      SU ranks way up there in national D-II stats

      QB
      running back
      tight end
      other receiver
      total yards
      yrs/game
      TDs
      points scored
      etc.

    629. Cash Cow TM says:

      Walt says you people who get up and on HHR so early oh Sat. morning need to stop that.

      Saturday mornings are meant for sleeping.

    630. Cash Cow TM says:

      SU is behind in first quarter

      0-6

      GO RAMS!
      _______________________
      MWHA
      (Make Walt Happy Again)

    631. Cash Cow TM says:

      Shepherd U football game live

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ7-mRRuDuI

    632. Cash Cow TM says:

      Shepherd’s biggest problem is pass defense.

      Don’t tell New Haven.

    633. Cash Cow TM says:

      New Haven on SU 8-yard line.
      1st play: 7 yd run
      2nd play: 2/3rds yard run
      3rd down: 10 inch run.
      4th down; 2 and 1/2 inch run. TD.

      Missed extra point.

      SU down 0-12

    634. Tgca says:

      Ok. At 1st I thought this was a joke because it’s quite comical but it’s not. The world is going crazy. PC run amok.

      God forgive me for laughing but I could not stop.

      Deaf mute trans sings Whitney’s I’ll Always Love You which sounds like a sick whale pleading for help and wins national contest.

      This sounds NOTHING like the song. NOTHING at all. I saw another video wear judges are wiping away tears at the end and the audience gives loud massive ovation.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vilYw4sB6I8

    635. Cash Cow TM says:

      OOPS.

      New Haven up only 6-0

      I was watching the game from the start and thought this was the SECOND NH touchdown.

      It was the first.

      Shepherd offense is sputtering so far.
      Gets big plays, then can’t move the ball.
      Punt.

    636. Wes says:

      I haven’t posted in awhile and probably won’t again, but I decided to drop in because I saw RRH had its Turkey of the Year awards up. I found the winner interesting:

      Our 2022 Turkey of the Year is… Madison Cawthorn. This young man has accomplished much in his short life – overcame an injury, got elected to Congress, became a national right-wing rising star, violated airport security laws, partied in women’s lingerie, participated in insider trading, developed a scam cryptocurrency, carpetbagged out of his district for just long enough to allow the guy who eventually beat him to jump in and raise a ton of money, committed idiotic campaign finance violations, got naked in bed with a male relative making gorilla noises, partook in cocaine and orgies with his fellow Congressmen, and lost his primary. And now he has won immortality as our 2022 Turkey of the Year.

      Because of their mouth breathing Trump worship, Jason and Tgca were outraged because the NCGOP had the audacity to take this clown out in the primary and replace him with someone who isn’t a national embarrassment and won’t inevitably put his seat at risk. They even called for Democrats to beat the incoming GOP Congressman for the cardinal sin of beating an incompetent Trump endorsee.

      The bodybuilding dwarf and the propagandist for GWB’s failure in Iraq can go f uck themselves. That they want Democrats to win a seat in Congress simply because an inoffensive Republican beat this clown says all anyone needs to know about them.

      Keep their clearly stated desires for Cawthorn’s district in mind when reading their political analysis in the future. Of course they’ll probably lie and say they don’t want the Dems to win this seat. Thankfully the thread for this year’s NCGOP primary still exists and can prove otherwise.

    637. Cash Cow TM says:

      Halftime

      Shepherd up 7-6

    638. Robbie says:

      Shane Goldmacher
      @ShaneGoldmacher

      “The fact of the matter is the reason we’re losing is because Donald Trump has put himself before everybody else,” Chris Christie says at the Republican Jewish Coalition.

      The line was met with applause.

      – Jason fraud’s current status: screaming into a pillow

    639. Robbie says:

      Wes says:
      November 19, 2022 at 1:21 pm
      I haven’t posted in awhile and probably won’t again

      – Are you quitting permanently, or just until campaign season starts up again?

    640. Robbie says:

      Steve Peoples
      @sppeoples

      Most of room stands to cheer Chris Christie, who just savaged Trump from main stage here at Republican Coalition.

      “It is time to stop whispering,” Christie said. “It is time to stop being afraid of any one person.”

      – Christie’s never going to be the Republican nominee. His chance was 2012 and he missed it.

      But becoming the Trump attacker could be a very smart strategy for him. It may end up being a political murder/suicide, but it could also pave the way for DeSantis and, in turn, possibly get Christie the AG spot in a DeSantis administration.

    641. Tina says:

      Yet cbs still posts on ccp controlled tik tok

      Jim Lokay

      @LokayFOX5
      ·
      14h
      CBS News and its owned and operated stations are “pausing” activity on Twitter; blaming “uncertainty” on the platform.

    642. jason says:

      Lol

      Amoral scumbag is the only one who cares what Chris Christie says.

    643. jason says:

      I dont think Trump was ever popular at the Jewish coalition.

    644. Cash Cow TM says:

      Start of 4th quarter

      SU up 16-6

    645. jason says:

      Hey wes GFY

      I never said i hoped Rs lost the seat that is inmitigated BS. I said the NCGOP scumbags should not have sabotaged a sitting GOP congressman and i still think that. I am glad Rs kept the seat.

      And btw your goodbye sucks on the Maxwell Scale. I give it a zero.

    646. jason says:

      Did the Lincoln Project morons cheer Christie too?

    647. Cash Cow TM says:

      SU ahead 16-13

      2:15 to go

    648. Robbie says:

      No one cared what Christie had to say when he disemboweled Rubio is their 2016 NH debate. Yet, Rubio was wrecked by it.

    649. Cash Cow TM says:

      FINAL.

      16-13

      SHEPHERD ADVANCES.

    650. NYCmike says:

      “27m
      In 2010, Obama Attorney General Eric Holder picked Jack Smith to run Public Integrity Section.

      Smith took out VA Gov. Bob McDonnell as a potential Republican presidential candidate–on bogus corruption charges.

      Supreme Court reversed, 9-0.

      Now Smith is back–to take out Trump.”

      -Is this correct? Same guy?

      And Robbie/”CG” will say nothing about it, because Trump, even though a good Republican was already taken out by this guy in the past with B.S. charges.

    651. NYCmike says:

      If Trump wins the primary in 2024, will the “Republicans” who can’t stand him stay home again and allow the Dems to win?

      Which side would be “SENDING THE MESSAGE”? Those who vote in both the primary and general elections?

      Or those who vote in the primary and then take their ball and go home if their chosen candidate isn’t the nominee?

    652. Bitterlaw says:

      Lafayette beats Lehigh 14-11!

    653. Tgca says:

      Wes is leaving?

      Good riddance to bad rubbish!!!

      For now we don’t have to worry about someone going into full mental meltdown every time someone disagrees with him.

      As a TRUE EXPERT in all things except all things gay, to which I defer to LisaB, I find Wes’ silly “I know more about politics than anyone here and if you disagree with my posts, I will go into a full meltdown and call you a bunch of repugnant and vile names and try to pretend I’m laughing at you when I’m really seething and watching my blood pressure rise because I can’t handle that people don’t agree with me” both tiresome and delusional.

      He had no better track record than most here in calling races, especially since most incumbents get re-elected but he can escalate from WESCON 5 to WESCON 1 in seconds if you offer a differing view. He totally miscalculated on the 2022 midterms so I guess he needs to hide away for a bit in sheer embarrassment and humiliation for offering such flawed analysis.

      My suspicion is he’ll be back because his ego and desire to try and correct others or impress some with his AVERAGE knowledge of politics won’t keep him away.

      Other than that, I think Wes is a great guy and should stay posting so we have someone else to mock and argue with on topics he has AVERAGE knowledge about. Besides, he hates GWB and the Bush clan so I give him some points for that.

    654. Tgca says:

      673

      Vayree Vayree funny.

      Now why did I not think of that?

    655. Tgca says:

      Christie is just positioning himself for a job in the next GOP admin, preferably as AG or the newly created Cabinet position of Donut Taster.

      He burned his bridges with Trump and MAGA voters on left-wing shows by trying to keep relevant and he knows that.

      Trump will crush Christie and DeSanctimonius with mockery if they bring it on, and neither of them will get support of the vast majority of Trump supporters when he’s done.

      …and the Dems would benefit from that fight if they let it play out.

    656. Robbie says:

      I didn’t vote for Trump in 2016 or 2020 so I certainly won’t vote for him in 2024. Hopefully, he won’t be the nominee.

      I’ll leave voting for surefire, dead ender losers to NYCmike. He’s a pro at it.

      Also, how’d your girl Sarah from Alaska do? Does her losing the Alaska House race make her an even better candidate in your mind?

    657. Robbie says:

      Parroting Trump’s stupid nicknames is just proof some of you frauds aren’t even remotely concerned with winning. You’re just interested in drinking the Kool-Aid cult leader Donnie pours for you.

    658. Tgca says:

      678

      Wobbie is upset some of the Trump STOOPID nicknames are sticking.

      Well, at least we’re not PARROTING the Libs and MSM talking points on the GOP like Wobbie.

    659. Tgca says:

      Twitter reinstates Trump’s account.

      The Dems to call this a national emergency.

      Democracy is at stake!

    660. Tgca says:

      Billionaire Mike Bloomberg Apologizes After Former UK PM Boris Johnson Criticizes China at Singapore Event

      Boris criticized
      …a bunch of foreign governments, especially China and Russia, which he described as coercive autocracies.

      Bloomberg says “there are diverse views” in his apology for Boris criticizing China and Russia.

      So I guess if Bloomberg is fine with calling communism, dictatorships, and autocracies “DIVERSE VIEWS” then Hitler was just another guy with a DIVERSE VIEW too.

      https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/11/19/billionaire-mike-bloomberg-apologizes-after-former-uk-pm-boris-johnson-criticizes-china-at-singapore-event/

    661. jason says:

      I didn’t vote for Trump in 2016 or 2020″

      Where is lisab.

      I am pretty sure Amoral Scumbag said he voted for Trump in 2020.

      Sometime if I have nothing better to do I will find it.

      But what does it prove, we already know Amoral Scumbag is a pathological liar.

    662. jason says:

      Too bad wes used his last post to lie about me.

      Maybe I should be flattered though.

      “Of course they’ll probably lie and say they don’t want the Dems to win this seat. Thankfully the thread for this year’s NCGOP primary still exists and can prove otherwise.”

      I looked through the thread.

      What I actually said.

      “jason says:
      May 18, 2022 at 2:35 pm

      I hope Cawthorn stays in politics. I don’t care about his videos and I think he was a victim of a despicable smear campaign by fellow Republicans.

      That being said, him losing was probably good for the R party in general and others on the ballot in NC in November. He would be a distraction from Biden’s disastrous Presidency, just like Barnette would have been.

      I think it is likely he will make a comeback if he can clean up his act. He came within 1500 votes of winning despite talking about coc-ine parties and orgies, caught the second time with a gun at an airport, accused of insider trading, lingerie photo, and s-x video. The guy has potential.”

    663. jason says:

      After that wes posted a lot of posts saying Cawthorn deserved what he got, I said it was dirty politics.

      Nowhere did I say I wanted the Dem to win the GE.

      Quite the opposite, I said his loss would be good for Rs on the ballot in NC.

      “That being said, him losing was probably good for the R party in general and others on the ballot in NC in November. He would be a distraction from Biden’s disastrous Presidency, just like Barnette would have been.”

    664. jason says:

      Maybe wes should come back and then leave on a more truthful note.

    665. Tgca says:

      685

      Wes often twists things to claim others said something they really didn’t say and when you re-post and prove him wrong he routinely then tries to argue a word or two mussing or out of context really proves his point when it doesn’t.

      I’ve always thought he was very insecure and yearns to be the smartest guy in the room when he’s clearly not.

      He should invest more time being factual and less time trying to put words in others mouths and going to WESCON 1 in 0 to 10 seconds. Can we say ANGER issues please?

      His obscene ignorance of religion and science (like his ridiculous thinking Occam’s Razor is a classical scientific requirement to prove a theory) demonstrates why his arguments on the matter of religion are so naive and reminds me of the arguments made by young college kids without knowledge of history or life experience trying to lecture others on the solutions to all the worlds problems.

    666. Brandon says:

      I’m disappointed there was no mention of aluminum bats.

    667. Bitterlaw says:

      Trump was a good President. I wish he was finishing out his second term rather than running again. He is infinitely superior to Hillary and Biden. However, the real world sucks and this is where we are.

      Trump should run on his record of accomplishments as well as his vision and ideas going forward. The same is true of all candidates. They should debate vigorously because they fighting for the future of our nation.

      That said, the goal has to be choosing the candidate with the best chance to win in 2024. If that is Trump, nominate him. If that is somebody else, nominate that person. Any distraction from that goal serves only the Democrats who seek to make America a very different country.

    668. Tina says:

      Good morning,

      As musk says. “Twitter is ALIVE.”

      Hoaxer will be triggered.

    669. Tina says:

      The claims by loon Cheney and the corrupt j6 committee that trump never tied to calm the protesters at the Capitol are refuted by trumps last two tweets.

      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/11/sorry-liz-cheney-reinstating-president-trumps-twitter-account-two-tweets-jan-6-tell-real-story/

    670. jason says:

      I have no problem with Bitter’s usual attempt at the mushy middle.

    671. Bitterlaw says:

      I have no problem with Bitter’s realistic assessment of the best strategy going forward towards the 2024 Presidential election.

      I fixed it for jason. It’s what A-holes do for each other.

    672. jason says:

      Salena Zito:

      “Trump was always the result of the conservative populist coalition, not the cause”

      I have been saying this for years. And it was why I left the R party.

    673. Tina says:

      I like Hawley or Noem best, Bl.

      Noem for her no lockdowns and strong economic growth for her state.

      I would vote for trump or Desantis, if they are nominated.

    674. jason says:

      Not sure why Bitter wasn’t happy I agreed with his post.

    675. jason says:

      I like Hawley and Noem, but I don’t think they are viable candidates. Of course, I didn’t think Trump was either.

    676. jason says:

      There are Rs I wouldn’t vote for, assuming I vote at all.

      Rand “a nuclear Iran is not a threat” Paul and Nikki “you need to feel my pain” Haley. Or Chris “I am a cheap media whore” Christie, or Mitt “I am even a bigger cheap media whore” Romney.

      I am fine with the Golden Calf or Trump.

    677. Tina says:

      No Quittens

      No Bushie

      No Maryland slob

      No Chris crustie

      No Haley aka palin 2.0.

      No loon Cheney

      No cryer

    678. jason says:

      Trump’s last 2 tweets on Twitter.

      Donald J. Trump
      @realDonaldTrump
      ·
      Follow
      Please support our Capitol Police and Law Enforcement. They are truly on the side of our Country. Stay peaceful!
      2:38 PM · Jan 6, 2021

      Donald J. Trump
      @realDonaldTrump
      I am asking for everyone at the U.S. Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence! Remember, WE are the Party of Law & Order – respect the Law and our great men and women in Blue. Thank you!

    679. jason says:

      In fairness to the J6 committee anyone fomenting an “insurrection” would say the same thing.

    680. jason says:

      How about just “no Never Trumper scumbags”.

    681. Tina says:

      Thr j 6 committee wanted trumps Twitter ban to continue.

      They did not want to know of those last tweets.

      Their whole timeline is a mess.

      The breathers (dressed in black) and likely Antifa/fib embeds entered the capitol while trump,was still speaking,

      Just minor important details.

    682. Tina says:

      The first breachers*

    683. Tina says:

      Excellent.

      Breitbart News

      @BreitbartNews
      ·
      Follow

      Official
      .@GOPLeader McCarthy Vows to Strip Omar, Swalwell, & Schiff from Committees

    684. jason says:

      I don’t buy the theory that it was the FBI or Antifa embeds that breached the Capitol.

      I think it is what it is. Out of the hundreds of thousands of people peacefully attending the rally, less than 1,000 unarmed rioters entered the Capitol to protest, not to overthrow the government. They should be guilty of attacks on police officers, damaging public property and trespassing, nothing more. “Sedition” is BS.

      What happened on Jan 6 was a riot. Not an insurrection because the idea of 700 unarmed hotheads overthrowing the US government is so ridiculous only a moron like Liz Cheney could believe it (actually, I am sure she doesn’t).

    685. Bitterlaw says:

      Now I realize why Bitter wasn’t happy I agreed with his post but still had to dismiss it as his “usual attempt at the mushy middle.”

      I have better things to do than fix Jason’s posts but A-holes have to stay strong behind each other.

      Of course, our washer needs to be repaired when nobody has appointments this week. Off to the laundrymat. I already used the new vacuum to get the cat urine out of the carpet. I should not complain as Walt does more chores in a day than mere mortals do in a month.

    686. Tina says:

      The first breachers were dressed in all black.

      It is also weird how cheney and the cryer view ray Epps as a conspiracy theory.

      Yet, he is on camera several times demanding an insurrection or giving commands to look out tower guy.

      Wrong Wray would not deny the fib embeds and the fact that Julie Kelly has found more truth that embeds were on the ground.

      It’s fishy. I don’t think one can discount Antifa or fib embeds

    687. jason says:

      Now I realize why Bitter wasn’t happy I agreed with his post but still had to dismiss it as his “usual attempt at the mushy middle.””

      I didn’t dismiss it. I just accurately described it, which is different.

      Anyway the World Cup is about to start, so I officially appoint Bitter as my official A-hole representative for the next 28 days.

      During any prolonged absences in the next month or so Bitter is hereby authorized to represent me in any disputes.

    688. Greymarch says:

      #DeSantis2024 or you get #Biden2024. Trump is a loser. Trump will lose again to Biden, or any other dem candidate.

      It’s up to you. If you want Trump as the GOP nominee, that means you want #Biden2024.

    689. Tgca says:

      If the election were held today, I believe Trump is realistically the best chance for the GOP to win against any of Dems expected to run.

      Why? Because he has a large loyal following in states like MI, PA, and WI among the working class that will come out for him but not for other GOP candidates, and if the GOP doesn’t win those states, it will NOT win in 2024.

      He also has a proven record of accomplishments and can argue he could bring back the good times. No other candidate can realistically promise that.

      He can also argue that no matter who the GOP nominates, the left will pile up on and never let up and he knows how to fight them and win at it and with the help of the American public, they could defeat the radical left, MSM, Big Tech alliance. Otherwise, the GOP mind as well just give up on presidential aspirations in this environment.

    690. Tgca says:

      710

      Tell us how DeSanctimonius is going to beat Trump in a primary and inspire Trump voters to his side and unite the party?

      Tell us how country club Ronaldo is going to attract the working class in MI, PA, and WI to overcome the Dem machines.

      You leave out the strategic details in your EMOTIONAL argument.

    691. jason says:

      It’s up to you.”

      Wow, Greymarch will allow the deplorables to have a voice?

      The country club elitist Rs are not going to handpick the candidate?

      Astounding!

    692. jason says:

      Ecuador 2 Qatar 0 30 minutes 1st half.

      Power to the Inca Empire!

    693. jason says:

      f you want Trump as the GOP nominee, that means you want #Biden2024.”

      Zzzzz…

      I agree with Bitter’s post above.

      “Trump should run on his record of accomplishments as well as his vision and ideas going forward. The same is true of all candidates. They should debate vigorously because they fighting for the future of our nation.

      That said, the goal has to be choosing the candidate with the best chance to win in 2024. If that is Trump, nominate him. If that is somebody else, nominate that person.”

      In the end, we want the guy with the best chance to build a winning coalition. If that is the Golden Calf, fine. But only stupid idol worshipers believe that he somehow automatically inherits such coalition.

    694. jason says:

      It’s fishy. I don’t think one can discount Antifa or fib embeds

      Don’t conservatives believe in personal responsibility?

      Any conservative who was “tricked” by “embeds” or “Antifa” to attack police officers, destroy government property and trespass the Capitol still deserve to be prosecuted for that.

      What they don’t deserve are bogus charges and a double standard and draconian sentences.

    695. Tina says:

      Point is yes break the law get a fair sentence. But what is the sentence? The antifs they nest up the 50 plus agents received no prosecutions.

      If there were embeds (looking more and more likely) why was this not stopped in advance.

    696. jason says:

      Good questions. Also it seems Trump did authorize more security/National guard and it wasn’t implemented.

      https://mynbc15.com/news/nation-world/trump-admin-was-ready-to-deploy-national-guard-on-jan-6-capitol-police-timeline-shows-january-donald

      But if I go to the Capitol and break things and say Tina told me to do it I am still going to be charged.

    697. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag to whine about this in 3, 2, 1…

      “On Saturday, McCarthy spoke at a Republican Jewish Coalition event in Las Vegas, during which he announced he would follow through on his promise to boot the notorious anti-Semite, Rep. Omar, off the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

      “I’m keeping that promise,” he told them.

      Sources close to McCarthy told The Washington Times that Reps. Adam Schiff and Eric Swalwell can expect to be kicked off the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence as well. Schiff falsely claimed to have seen intelligence that Trump colluded with Russia, and he heavily promoted the debunked Steele Dossier. Swalwell’s relationship with a Chinese spy had many in the GOP calling for him to be removed, but the Democrat-led House refused.

      Last year, House Democrats removed Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) and Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.) from their committees. It was an unprecedented move, as the House majority had never before meddled with the minority party’s committee assignments.”

    698. jason says:

      Ecuador 2 Qatar 0 Final

      Big game tomorrow USA vs Wales 2PM.

      Also England vs. Iran and Senegal vs. Netherlands.

    699. Bitterlaw says:

      As Jason’s proxy, I invite all posters to express their views freely without fear of being translated, misquoted, or “interpreted.” This also imposes upon posters the obligation to say what they mean without passive-aggressive bs.

    700. Tgca says:

      Soccer is by far the most favorite sport in the world.

      All professional sports require skill but the skill and agility it takes to play soccer is extremely demanding and requires years of training.

      American sports of baseball, football, and basketball are paltry in favorability comparison and not widely embraced outside the US except in a very few minor examples.

      Estimated Fans:

      1. Soccer 3.5 Billion

      2. Cricket 2.5 Billion

      3. Hockey 2 Billion

      4. Tennis 1 Billion

      5. Volleyball 900 Million

      6. Table Tennis 850 Million

      7. Baseball 500 Million

      8. Golf 450 Million

      9 Basketball 400 Million

      9 American Football 400 Million

    701. jason says:

      You know you have made it big at HHR when you have a proxy.

      Not only a proxy, but one with such elevated stature.

    702. jason says:

      Bitter, when posters actually say what they mean, there will be no need for translations or interpretations.

      Until then, I am at HHR’s service.

    703. Cash Cow TM says:

      HEADLINES TODAY

      MSN – 13 anti-Trump, anti-GOP
      (mostly anti Trump

      AOL – 7

      Plus AOL had
      — one gay headline
      –3 global warm(onnger)ing/climate change headlines

    704. Cash Cow TM says:

      Did you know Walt was a manager at a glue factory?

      He said he had to quit that job because
      he was becoming too attached to his coworkers.

    705. Cash Cow TM says:

      You can pay your electric bill, water bill, sewer bill, phone bill, department store credit card bills, etc. online.

      Cow does not understand why Band Of America will not let you pay their credit card bill online with the BOA card.

      ********************************************
      I hope the new majority Republican House of Representatives will investigate.

    706. Bitterlaw says:

      Chess requires more eye-hand coordination than soccer.

    707. Gordon Allen says:

      The claim that DeSantis is a ” country club” Republican lays claim to be the stupidest and ignorant assertion ever made on this site,which covers a lot of territory.
      From his birth to today DeSantis has been the OPPOSITE of that.
      Trump spent almost his whole life hanging with the ” beautiful people in NYC.
      We have actual markers for this. Check DeSantis vote totals across socio/ economic classes in Florida against each other 2020-22, and you’ll see a significant difference; and it doesn’t favor Trump

    708. Gordon Allen says:

      In 2014,2 years before his run,what was the historical evidence of Trumps strength with the working class?? Uh,NONE.
      Also,I endlessly challenge you to name a single policy difference between them vis a vis the ” working class”. So far crickets.
      Because you play a broken record 1000 times trying it for the 1001sr time won’t change the result.
      Also your definition of the working class seems many decades obsolete.

    709. Tgca says:

      721

      Ha! Ha!

      Certain HHR posters have a history of interpreting posts in their own view then they were intended by the poster, specifically one poster who left after having a hissy fit.

      That’s like saying the Dems correctly interpret the GOP views on many topics.

      It’s LAUGHABLE to say otherwise.

    710. Tgca says:

      730. Gordy

      Your ignorance is astounding! Trump has been working closely with the working class his whole life in construction. It is why he can take the silver spoon out of his mouth and relate to them.

      I worked in NYC when Trump was doing deals in construction. He was widely regarded as someone who worked closely with those working class Dems.

      Being wealthy does not mean you can’t relate to common folk.

      …and I’m not going to keep explaining to you that FL is NOT MI, WI, or PA.

      FL has lots of working class service oriented whites who have been voting for the GOP for decades, long before DeSanctimonius, as I proved to you awhile back with how many people were registering GOP, before Ronaldo got into office. Those same kind of workers in MI, WI, and PA traditionally voted Dem.

      Explain that? Why would people with similar levels of education and economic class vote very differently in certain areas of the US?

      We see the same with Latinos in CA and TX. People with the same ethnic background vote very differently in those states.

      We see the same with Latinos in NY/NJ and FL.

      If you can’t understand these demographic differences, there’s no hope for you.

      We call Ronaldo a Country Club Republican to mock him because he seems to be more associated and aligned with the Yale/Harvard crowd where he went to school, as opposed to everyday people.

    711. Tina says:

      No thanks macaroni

      Emanuel Macron at APEC Summit: “We Need a Single World Order”

    712. Tina says:

      Clown snow

      CBS News PR

      @CBSNewsPress
      ·
      9h

      Official
      After pausing for much of the weekend to assess the security concerns, CBS News and Stations is resuming its activity on Twitter as we continue to monitor the situation.

    713. jason says:

      Neville Allen has to be the stupidest poster here. Nobody said Trump himself was working class. Geezus what a dumbass.

    714. Tina says:

      Kristina Wong ??

      @kristina_wong
      ·
      1h
      ICYMI: US military rated as “weak” by
      @Heritage
      ‘s 2023 Index: “the current US military force is at significant risk of not being able to meet the demands of a single major regional conflict while also attending to various presence & engagement activities.”

    715. jason says:

      I don’t think the Golden Calf is a country club R.

      But the danger of him being defined as one is HUGE.

      If he buys the BS Waingro was promoting here that all he needs is a “slice of working class voters” mixed with a slice of this and a slice of that and that hodgepodge with zero message adds up to a win he is screwed in the GE.

      Also Neville Allen keeps talking about Florida as if the Golden Calf plays the same in WI, MI and PA as he does in FL. He doesn’t. He will have earn that vote.

    716. jason says:

      “FL has lots of working class service oriented whites who have been voting for the GOP for decades, long before DeSanctimonius, as I proved to you awhile back with how many people were registering GOP, before Ronaldo got into office. Those same kind of workers in MI, WI, and PA traditionally voted Dem.”

      Yep, exactly.

    717. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag hardest hit.

      “NEW POLL: Should the House…

      Investigate the Hunter Biden Laptop?
      Yes — 65%
      No — 35%

      Investigate the origins of Covid Virus?
      Yes — 71%
      No — 29%

      End the Jan 6th Committee?
      Yes — 62%
      No — 38%

      Harvard/Harris, 11/16-17, 2,212 RV
      https://harvardharrispoll.com/wp-content/upl

    718. Bitterlaw says:

      WTF. Jason’s back. I will put the pardons back in the desk.

    719. jason says:

      If you are selling them I get 50%.

    720. jason says:

      I am watching the search for Cleopatra’s Tomb.

      It wouldn’t be such a mystery if Walt had better memory.

    721. jason says:

      Pence finally stands up for Trump, too little and too late.

      “But, when asked on Sunday if he thinks Trump committed a crime in connection with the Capitol attack, Pence replied: “I don’t know if it is criminal to listen to bad advice from lawyers” who were consulting the president on efforts to sow distrust about his loss to Biden.

      As for the Mar-a-Lago search, Pence suggested that federal authorities had not exhausted alternative methods to recoup the secret documents in question. “There had to be many other ways to resolve those issues,” Pence told Todd.

    722. Bitterlaw says:

      The Walking Dead started as a great show. Then it was a good show. The series finale was strong.

      Spin-offs to follow.

    723. Tgca says:

      Grind-r is going public and Wall Street is excited because it gives them bragging rights to wokeism.

      So the finance community is excited about a company that is going public that essentially caters to anonymous gay sixual encounters for individuals and groups, paying for quickies via profiles described as being “Generous”, hooking up to swap drugs, and is widely responsible for the increased proliferation of STDs in the gay community, including new HIV infections.

      But guys paying female hookers for sixual encounters is illegal and immoral.

      https://www.cnbc.com/2022/11/18/grindr-shares-soar-as-lgbtq-dating-app-debuts-after-spac-merger.html

    724. Tgca says:

      745

      Excuse the apparent typos but only way to get around the 403 errors by Hal.

    725. Tgca says:

      Ha! Ha! Ha!

      I knew this was coming after Disney stock and reputation was tanking. Thank Gawd!

      Disney fires CEO.

      Bob Iger Returning as CEO on an interim basis for 2 years to reset company strategy and search for a new CEO.

      DeSanctimonius gets a lot of credit for keeping up the pressure on Disney but let’s see if Iger can turn Disney around and away from wokeism and child grooming.

      https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/business/business-news/disney-bob-iger-returning-ceo-bob-chapek-exits-1235266823/

    726. jason says:

      Pls refer all inquiries/insults/praises to my proxy Bitter today as I will be busy with three Word Cup games.

    727. jason says:

      It is a lot of responsibility but A-holes are good at rising to challenges.

    728. jason says:

      None of the Iranian players sang the national anthem.

      I hope they have good life insurance.

    729. jason says:

      President of Mexico is a leftist. But it seems like he has respect for free speech.

      https://twitter.com/ggreenwald/status/1594346866849841154/photo/1

    730. jason says:

      Ok have a good day and GFYs.

    731. Bitterlaw says:

      I am happy to fill in as Jason’s proxy. He has always felt slighted by not being a Founding A-hole. Nobody wants a sore A-hole so I am ok with providing relief.

    732. jason says:

      There is something poignant about an A-hole filling in for another.

    733. jason says:

      Money talks. Some TDS morons want to make it about Trump.

      “In key Senate and House battlegrounds, Democratic candidates outraised their Republican counterparts by a factor of nearly 2-to-1, according to an Associated Press analysis of campaign finance data.

      Consider the handful of races that helped Democrats retain their Senate majority.

      In Arizona, Masters was outraised nearly 8-to-1 by Kelly, who poured at least $32 million into TV advertising from August until Election Day, records show. Masters spent a little over $3 million on advertising during the same period after Senate Leadership Fund pulled out of the race

      Meanwhile, in Nevada, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto raised $52.8 million compared to Republican Adam Laxalt’s $15.5 million. And in Pennsylvania, Democratic Sen.-elect John Fetterman took in $16 million more than his GOP opponent, Dr. Mehmet Oz. That’s despite the celebrity TV doctor lending $22 million to his campaign, records show.

      Similar disparities emerged in crucial House races, including in Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia, helping to limit House Republicans to a surprisingly narrow majority.”

    734. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason’s breaks are even shorter than Tgca’s.

    735. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t think money was the issue in the PA Senate race. In the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh tv markets, I saw as many or more ads for Oz than Fetterman. Whether more money should have been spent in other areas is a good question.

    736. JeffP says:

      Trumps biggest drag on GOP candidates is with independent voters. Which is why he could lose again.

    737. JeffP says:

      I do not thin Biden or Trump will be the nominee in 2024.

    738. JeffP says:

      *think

    739. Bitterlaw says:

      JeffP – On behalf of Jason, GFY.

    740. JeffP says:

      761 LOL

    741. SoHope says:

      2024 Iowa Republican Primary Poll:

      Ron DeSantis — 32%
      Donald Trump — 30%

      June
      Donald Trump — 38%
      Ron DeSantis — 17%

      Neighborhood Research and Media
      11/14-18, 393 LV, MoE ±5%

    742. SoHope says:

      But we have Trump. We don’t need no establishment big money donor types. But we need their money pretty please! But screw everyone that doesn’t like Trump. Not liking Trump is the litmus test for conservativism and all other must F off. Just leave your checkbook at the door please.

    743. jason says:

      England 6 Iran 2

      GFYs

    744. jason says:

      Not liking Trump is the litmus test for conservatism”

      LOL.

      I have called Trump many things here, but ‘conservative” is not one of them.

    745. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 21, 2022 at 10:11 am

      Jason’s breaks are even shorter than Tgca’s.”

      You are doing great.

      Carry on.

      Will check in later.

    746. Tina says:

      CBS admits laptop from hell is real.

      Clay Travis

      @ClayTravis
      ·
      10m
      Two years ago Donald Trump told CBS’s Lesley Stahl on 60 Minutes the Hunter Biden laptop was real and should be covered by the media. Stahl said it couldn’t be verified. Two years later @cbsnews has finally verified it. Trump was right. Again.

    747. Tina says:

      Holy time warp, Batman.

      Catherine Herridge

      @CBS_Herridge
      ·
      3h
      CBS News has obtained data from a laptop purported to have belonged to Hunter Biden. The data came directly from the source who said they provided it to the FBI under subpoena.

      @CBS_Herridge shares what was found during an independent forensic review.

    748. jason says:

      I don’t agree with Bill Barr because a less “churlish” Trump would not be Trump.

      Nevertheless, at least it acknowledges a lot of positives about Trump most TDS morons are too stupid to admit.

      “For many, supporting Trump was an act of defiance—a protest. The more over the top he was, the more they savored the horrified reaction of the elites, especially the media. Arguments that Trump wasn’t presidential missed the point. Trump’s supporters wanted a disrupter. His voters felt that the left was taking a wrecking ball to the country, and they wanted to strike back with their own…

      Unfortunately, after he was elected, Trump brought his wrecking-ball style to the task of governing the nation. He did not temper his disruptiveness and penchant for chaos. While his basic policy judgments were usually sound, his impulsiveness meant that things were almost always about to fly off the rails…

      Nonetheless, Trump has every reason to be proud of his administration’s substantive achievements. Among other things, his tax reform and deregulatory efforts generated the strongest and most resilient economy in American history—one that brought unprecedented progress to many marginalized Americans. He had begun to restore U.S. military strength by increasing spending on new-generation weapons, advanced technology, and force readiness. He correctly identified the economic, technological, and military threats to the United States posed by China’s aggressive policies. By brokering historic peace deals in the Mideast, he achieved what most thought impossible. He had the courage to pull us out of ill-advised and detrimental agreements with Iran and Russia. And he fulfilled America’s long-delayed promise to move its Israeli embassy to Jerusalem.

      If Trump had run his reelection campaign on that platform, and dialed his churlishness back just a little, he would have won. But he lost because he insisted on running a base-only campaign.”

    749. jason says:

      The problem with being critical about a “base only” campaign is that that is pretty much the only way to energize the base.

      The Golden Calf should recognize this before he buys into the country club R narrative.

    750. jason says:

      I am sure Barr had to swallow hard to admit this. Unfortunately too many of the TDS morons think that disparaging this legacy is the only way to promote the Golden Calf. It isn’t.

      The Civil War they want will be destructive and will result in a missed opportunity to expand the R party into demographics that could ensure its future viability.

      “Nonetheless, Trump has every reason to be proud of his administration’s substantive achievements. Among other things, his tax reform and deregulatory efforts generated the strongest and most resilient economy in American history—one that brought unprecedented progress to many marginalized Americans. He had begun to restore U.S. military strength by increasing spending on new-generation weapons, advanced technology, and force readiness. He correctly identified the economic, technological, and military threats to the United States posed by China’s aggressive policies. By brokering historic peace deals in the Mideast, he achieved what most thought impossible. He had the courage to pull us out of ill-advised and detrimental agreements with Iran and Russia. And he fulfilled America’s long-delayed promise to move its Israeli embassy to Jerusalem.”

    751. Tgca says:

      Ha! Ha! Ha!

      Rasmussen poll on blame for 2022 midterms Lil’ Red Ripple.

      McLeadership got most blame by a significant lead, 43% amongst conservatives
      Trump was 2nd but significantly less than Mitchie and friends at 20%
      Candidates got least blame, generally in the teens

      To no surprise, the TDS libs blame Trump 1st and foremost by a significant majority.

      …and nearly half of voters believe the GOP taking the House was good for America with the Dems trailing in that poll.

      https://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/partner_surveys/nearly_half_say_gop_house_majority_good_for_america

    752. Tgca says:

      JeffP

      Majority of Indies don’t blame Trump for midterm losses either per Rasmussen poll. 34% do, and that’s probably those more lefty indies so that means 66% of Indies blame either McLeadership or others but not Trump.

    753. Tgca says:

      For those at HHR blaming Trump for midterm losses, note you are aligned with the TDS Dems and libs per recent polling. The vast conservative majority disagrees with you.

      But no worries, at least you have fat skank Liz Cheney and crybaby Adam Kinzinger on your side…oh…and Paul Ryan too.

      Hugs and kisses.

      The EXPERT

    754. Tgca says:

      Ho hum…

    755. Tgca says:

      THEVEN! THEVEN! THEVEN! Bishes.

      THEVEN! THEVEN! THEVEN! I Thay!

    756. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      @NasimiShabnam
      The anti-government protests in Iran are not getting the attention they deserve:

      “Iran’s national team did not to sing national anthem as the #EnglandVsIran game kicks off #FIFAWorldCup, in support of the country’s women-led revolution. The Iranian crowd were also booing their own national anthem. Amazing!”

    757. Tina says:

      Media Research Center

      @theMRC
      ·
      4h

      Official
      CNN inadvertently revealed that newly appointed Special Counsel Jack Smith has the professional background of a partisan hack.
      https://newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/pj-gladnick/2022/11/20/cnn-inadvertently-reveals-new-special-counsel-jack-smith-partisan

    758. Gordon Allen says:

      Disney fires woke CEO.
      Another scalp for the ” country club Governor of Florida “.
      And pigs really do fly.

    759. Bitterlaw says:

      I see that the US and Wales tied at 1-1 in Qatar. I am sure that Jason will tell us how exciting it was.

    760. Cash Cow TM says:

      Would you rather have $5 for every motor vehicle in
      the U.S.?

      OR

      All the money spent by people in U.S. to get tattoos in one year?
      ##############################################

    761. Cash Cow TM says:

      STATE QUIZ

      1. name TWO states that have the name of the state in a popular desserts.

      _________________and __________________

      2. Name a state that has the name of that state in a drink.

      ________________

      3. Name 3 states that have a model of automobile
      that also includes the name each of these states.

      ___________and __________ and ________________

      4. Namr a state whose name is also the name of a type of apple

      ______________________

      5. Name a state that a particular kind of meat also has the name of the state.

      _____________________

      6. Name a state that has the name of the state in a bladed weapon in the weapon’s nickname.
      _____________________

      7. Name a state whose name is also in the name of a type of glove.
      ______________________

      8. Name a state that has its name in a type of grass, a horse, and a type of alcoholic drink, and whose initials of the state is also a vag.inal lubricant.
      _____________________
      10. Name a state whose name was used by the members of a popular band to be the name of the band.
      ______________________

      BONUS:
      Name a state that also has the name of the state in the first name of a type of tree.

      _______________________
      #################################################

      ANSWERS TO BE PUBLISHED AOUT 8 P.M.

      There might be a prize for the winner.
      Or their might not be.

    762. Cash Cow TM says:

      Cow figured I would start the contest and the question about money for either cars or tattoos to spice things up here and increase poster participation.

    763. JeffP says:

      774…I wasn’t making the case for blaming anyone…just pointing out Independents did not break toward Trump candidates in several states and districts as many pollsters had thought they would. That is fact. Look at the numbers on GA, PA and AZ senate races. Some of that had to do with Hobbs as well. As far as cash goes Cocaine Mitch and Trump can share the blame on that one. They were both miserly and it had a big impact in some states.

      Zeldin & DeSantis had a bigger influence in gaining independent voters and helped win several House house seats.

      Trumps best days are behind him. Sooner his devout followers accept that the better for 2024.

    764. JeffP says:

      I really like Kari Lake and thought she would win by a few points. She is claiming she will overcome the Maricopa corruption and become Governor. I sure hope so…but I highly doubt it.

    765. NYCmike says:

      “I really like Kari Lake and thought she would win by a few points. She is claiming she will overcome the Maricopa corruption and become Governor. I sure hope so…but I highly doubt it.”

      -As do i.

      Liked her a lot as well, but didn’t understand why she would tell McCain voters to “Get the heck out!”.

      That made no sense in what was up to that point a wonderful campaign.

    766. Tgca says:

      Hey Jeffie

      So if a Trump candidate won, good to hear but if they lost, it’s Trump’s fault?

      DeSanctimonius won House seats? …and which ones are those that he won? I bet that is news to those Republican candidates to know they would have lost without DeSanctimonius.

      I guess Lil’ Marco won big over Demings too because of Ronaldo.

      Did not DeSanctimonius endorse Zeldin who lost by a larger margin than most other Trump candidates lost their seats? Was DeSanctimonius endorsement of Zeldin a reason he lost because Ronaldo is poison in NY?

      Oh wait! Vance won in OH by about 7 points. I guess that’s because of DeDanctimonius too.

      Can we say CHERRY PICKING please that has no basis in fact.

    767. SoHope says:

      I agree about Kari Lake. She also should have leaned into VBM

    768. Tgca says:

      How come under DeSanctimonius registering Republicans in non-presidential years up to his election was just only a net of 45K registered GOP in 2021-2022 while Scott did 145K new GOP voters comparatively in the last non-presidential election cycle for 2017-2018? Scott outperformed DeSanctimonius over 200%.

      And over a 4 year period, Scott registered 525 new GOP voters to DeSanctimonius registering 450K. Scott outperformed Ronaldo by nearly 20%. Over 8 years, Scott brought in nearly 700K new GOP voters. Better than any FL Gubbernor in 20+ years.

      I guess DeSanctimonius has Scott to thank for his victory in 2022 for Scott increasing the base over 8 years.

    769. SoHope says:

      Considering we almost lost an R+6 seat in CO I don’t know what seats we can take for granted. But to answer your question we won the 2nd Jacksonville seat (FL-4) that DeSantis pressured the legislature to defy the courts to un-racially gerrymander. It would have definitely stayed blue without the DeSantis.

    770. Tgca says:

      SHOULD’VE. COULD’VE. WOULD’VE.

      We now know from election analysis that the GOP Lil’ Red Ripple was mainly because of two things:

      1st, Dems outperformed the GOP due to continuous voting in certain areas because of favorable voting rules the GOP failed to take advantage of in favor of Election Day voting.

      2nd, Dem candidates outspent the GOP in key races.

      Candidate quality was a much lesser factor and endorsements had little to no impact.

      If the GOP did NOT rely on Election Day voting ONLY, then they would have prevailed if the McLeadership would have also better supported the candidates in the right races.

      Lessons learned. Dems OUTSMARTED the GOP that got lazy and thought “Biden Sucks” was enough to give them a tidal wave victory instead of the Lil’ Ripple win they got…but still a win.

      Any other excuses for the less than desired GOP performance is just that, EXCUSES!

      It was just good ole election strategy that held the Dem losses down.

    771. Cash Cow TM says:

      ANSWER TO:

      Would you rather have $5 for every motor vehicle in the U.S.?
      ********************************
      271 MILLION vehicles in U.S.
      times $5 = $1.353 Billion
      **************************************
      OR

      All the money spent by people in U.S. to get tattoos in one year?

      *********************************************
      $1.6 Billion per year now being spent to get tattooed
      *************************************

      If all the people who got tattooed up this year would have INSTEAD of spending money on body art this year, would have sent it to the people of WV, then every resident of WV would have gotten a check for @ 890.00.
      ##############################################

      I have NEVER seen any graffiti on any train car that I declared was attractive and improved the world.

      I have NEVER seen any graffiti on any man or woman and then declared, “that certainly was an attractive improvement of the skin that they were born with and!”

      I have ALWAYS said that it was an improvement is everyone in WV in any year got an extra check for $890.00.

      Many in WV could use that money to improve their looks (get teeth, lose weight, get a makeover, etc.)

      But they might just go out and get $890.00 worth of tattoos.

      Or buy hay.

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

    772. Tgca says:

      791

      So you’re saying the GOP won that seat by gerrymandering?

      Just like the NY seats were won thanks to the NY courts denying NY gerrymandering.

      That sounds more like luck or political gimmicking than getting voters to vote on your record.

      Be rest assured, the Dems will refocus and most likely win back all or most of those NY seats which effectively gives the GOP a 1 seat margin in the worse case, all else equal if the final GOP count us indeed 222.

    773. Cash Cow TM says:

      Since nobody participated in the money for cars/vs. money spent on tattoos contest, the $1000 prize for the first person who got the right answer will not be sent out.

      _________________________________________
      *****************************************

      Due to the underwhelming response by HHR posters, Cow will continue the “State name contest” until tomorrow to allow more people to provide their answers.
      ______________________________________________
      Cow will post the correct answers sometime tomorrow morning.

      Or afternoon.

      Or evening.

      And maybe/maybe not award a prize to the Hogger with the most correct answers.

    774. SoHope says:

      #790…nice try (not really) if you even bothered looking at the numbers you would have seen the Republican registered voters skyrocketed during the DeSantis’s term and Democrats took a sudden plunge. This is because DeSantis purged the voting roles of inactive voters removing hundreds of thousands of registered Republicans and Democrats. Republicans still gained and Democrats dropped by huge numbers at first and then not even able to keep stable after the COVID response caused an even faster reversal from blue to red.
      https://www.orlandosentinel.com/politics/os-ne-desantis-elections-announcement-20190821-pqrbjfesknedtaxath5htfpxri-story.html

    775. Cash Cow TM says:

      Cow has said this before, but it is worth saying again.

      The decline of the U.S. has happened at the VERY SAE TIME the popularity of soccer in the U.S. has grown.
      ___________________________________________

      FACT.

      *****************************
      And Cow opines that the two ARE related.

      Yes, I may dare say, the popularity of soccer has helped cause the decline of the U.S.

    776. Cash Cow TM says:

      Is there any other “sport” where the players cannot use their hands?

      Other than the unnatural, and evil, (communistic) soccer?
      ************************************************
      Do any other sports events result in riots and deaths worldwide as do soccer matches?

      Soccer is the world’s most violent sport as to causing riots, deaths and injuries!

      FACT, Jack!
      _______________________________
      I think it is because fans are so bored from sitting in the stands for hours and seeing nobody score that they become agitated and are ready to riot, maim and kill.
      *******************************************

    777. Cash Cow TM says:

      https://fb.watch/gXTHu-qmeZ/

      Why did motor vehicle deaths of AAs
      spike by 55% over the previous year?

    778. NYCmike says:

      DCCC

    779. NYCmike says:

      Ca$h,

      I would love to try and answer some of your questions, but been a little busy!

      Thank You for putting the time in!

    780. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Am shocked. Shocked! Elon Musk is allowing unrestricted free speech. How dare he waste “our wealth”.

      @BluessV7
      Replying to
      @elonmusk
      Elon musk buying twitter is dangerous and wasteful. By allowing unrestricted free speech he let right wing disinformation be spread. He also could have used this money to solve world hunger and homelessness. He is wasting our wealth by buying twitter.

    781. JeffP says:

      Trump loyalists are some of the most annoying people. I really liked him as President and thought he did great. But come on man…he lost control during Covid on several fronts and helped Fauci become a household name. He wanted to be liked by the wrong people.

    782. Tgca says:

      796. SoHopeLess

      I posted this for Gordy on Nov 10th, directly from the Floreedah elections website.

      Look at the year over year GOP registration increase. Take out election years if you desire because registration ALWAYS increases significantly for both parties then and the gubberbor is not a major factor in that because they’re not up for re-election.

      As you can see, there was not the massive increase in GOP registration you claim in off presidential years during DeSanctimonius’ term. In fact, it’s nets to zero rounded in hundreds of thousands.

      The biggest increase to the GOP registration came in presidential election years and were consistent at about 400K to 450K each in 2016 and 2020. Giving credit to DeSanctimonius for that is silly.

      Rounded in 100K, 100% of the increase in Floreedah GOP registration since 2019 came in a presidential election year since other DeSanctimonius years netted to zero comparatively.

      The GOP has increased GOP registration of voters of around 800K over 7 years, an increasing trend in Floreedah for the last two decades. No one Gubbernor is responsible for that trend as Floreedah has been consistently a red state the last two decades.

      The 1st table represents GOP registered voters by year and the 2nd table shows annual voter registration increases for all parties in the hundreds of thousands.

      Year. Registered GOP Voters
      2022. 5.26. 2.73% increase
      2021. 5.12. 1.72% decrease
      2020. 5.21. 9.5% increase
      2019. 4.76. .8% increase
      2018. 4.72. 4.0% increase
      2017. 4.54. .9% decrease
      2016. 4.58. 9.3% increase

      Year. G. D. I
      2022. .1. -.1. .2
      2021. -.1. -.2. 0
      2020. .5. .3. .2
      2019. 0. 0. .1
      2018. .2. .2. .1
      2017. -.3. -.1. -.3
      2016. .4 .4. .3
      Total. .8. .5. .6

      YOU HAVE BEEN SCHOOLED!

    783. Tgca says:

      803

      Just as annoying as TDS Trump and DeSanctimonius loyalists.

      So what’s your point?

    784. Tina says:

      Al ap fires the reporter who said Russian missiles hit Poland.

    785. JeffP says:

      Florida had 3 seats flip to R NY had 4 for a total of 7. That was the heart of the little red wave. These two states had the biggest margin of independents voting R. Trump had zero to do with that.

    786. Robbie says:

      Rich Baris “The People’s Pundit”
      @Peoples_Pundit

      Stupid advice to pander, not principle, led
      @RepDavidValadao to vote to impeach Donald Trump and he nearly lost his primary.

      Now, he’s going full liberal in the hope he loses by what, single digits instead?

      That’s the NRCC’s “ideal California Republican”, folks.

      – Richard Baris is a fraud and a pro-Trump grifter. It’s laughable anyone ever took him seriously.

    787. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 21, 2022 at 4:33 pm

      I see that the US and Wales tied at 1-1 in Qatar. I am sure that Jason will tell us how exciting it was.”

      Hey A-hole, proxy means proxy.

      So your are expected to post on soccer and llama husbandry too. No free lunch.

    788. jason says:

      Valadao is a TDS moron media whore.

      I am glad he squeaked by because Rs need the seat.

      I wish we had more Richard Baris’ and fewer Valadaos.

    789. jason says:

      The TDS morons are so predictable….

      Where Rs did well it had nothing to do with Trump.

      Where they did poorly, it was Trump’s fault.

      Brilliant!

      I think some of the people on “our side” shouldn’t even be allowed to vote, you should have an IQ of at least 50.

    790. Tgca says:

      807

      …and so did DeSanctimonius!

      He did not win those seats. The candidates won those seats.

    791. VictrC says:

      PLEASE NOTE THIS IS PURELY ANECDOTAL

      With that said, my mother is a die hard, far left, blue bleeding Liberal who has never met a Republican she liked (including me LOL). She lived in Florida for 20 years but has lived in our guest house the last 9 years in Texas.

      She ABHORS Trump, I mean loathe is a polite word., She ADORES DeSantis, as do all her Senior Citizen blue collar workers from the Northeast and Michigan. I mean loves him. Might even register to vote for the first time ever at 70 to vote for him.

      Take it with a grain, but…I can tell you that blue collar seniors from the northeast and MI (She was on west coast, not east oddly) really love him.

    792. Tgca says:

      813

      You mean the blue collar workers in the northeast and Midwest that go in droves to Trump rallies that no other Republican has won in elections in over 30 years except Trump?

      Sounds like your mom is part of the deterioration of our nation if she really was a die hard, far left, blue bleeding heart liberal, as those are not generally the working class but more the radical left.

      Did your mom support Biden, Obama, Hilary, Pelosi, Schumer, Newsom, Bernie, The Squad, etc, too?

      What policies did she embrace?

      Sorry! Not trying to be mean or insulting but making a point I’ve made before here. Many here complaining about how downhill our nation has gone should look to their own friends and family and their role in that deterioration of our country.

      You can’t trash radical lefties when you may have friends and family voting the same way as the radical lefties. Those loved ones are just as much as an enemy of our nation as those radical lefties you read about or see on TV.

    793. Tgca says:

      As me and my good friend Jadon, the vile meat-eating mental midget have explained before – politics are local and the working class in Floreedah that voted for DeSantis are not the same as the working class in MI, PA, and WI that traditionally voted Dem.

      Same with the Latinos in CA vs TX or NY vs FL.

      They may be the same in ethnicity, culture, and class but often they vote differently due to demographic upbringing or perhaps I should say brainwashing.

    794. JeffP says:

      So accepting the reality that Independent voters are necessary to win nationally in elections and Trump is losing those voters is now having TDS? LOL Whatever.

    795. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      The AP calls CA CD-22 for Valadao. Valalao becomes only the second of the ten GOP impeachers to survive the 2022 vote.

      AP Politics
      @AP_Politics

      BREAKING: Republican David Valadao wins reelection to U.S. House in California’s 22nd Congressional District. #APracecall at 6:47 p.m. PST. https://apnews.com/hub/2022-midterm-elections

    796. jason says:

      So accepting the reality that Independent voters are necessary to win nationally in elections and Trump is losing those voters is now having TDS? LOL Whatever”

      This from someone that refuses the reality that maybe country club Rs are not enough to elect a President.

    797. jason says:

      Take it with a grain, but…I”

      I will take it with a mountain of salt.

    798. jason says:

      VictC’s mother lived in FL and now Texas for the last 30 years but speaks for blue collar workers in the rust belt?

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    799. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      ·
      Follow
      2024 Presidential Election Poll:

      (R) Donald Trump 44% (+2)
      (D) Joe Biden 42%

      (R) Donald Trump 47% (+7)
      (D) Kamala Harris 40%
      .
      (R) Ron DeSantis 43% (=)
      (D) Joe Biden 43%

      (R) Ron DeSantis 42% (+3)
      (D) Kamala Harris 39%

      Harvard/Harris, 11/16-17, 2,212
      https://harvardharrispoll.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/HHP_Nov2022_KeyResults.pdf…
      3:36 PM · Nov 19, 2022

    800. Tina says:

      If they swap out Biden for Kampala,I am sure we win. I know the Russian hoaxer will go for Kampala regardless.

    801. jason says:

      Hey SDC, you are on record here defending CA’s horrible election system.

      The election was on Tuesday Nov 8.

      We are 2 days from Thanksgiving and we still don’t know who won several races in CA, and some are still at 80, 90, 95% counted and even

      CA 13 72% counted

      Explain again how this is a great system.

    802. jason says:

      Damm, the Golden Calf is tied with Biden?

      I read here that he is extremely popular in every swing state.

    803. jason says:

      USA Today has Rs at 219 with Valadao called.

      They have Kiley, Boebert and Duarte as uncalled.

      GOP should win all 3 for 222.

    804. jason says:

      Which is exactly the majority Pelosi had

    805. jason says:

      Saudi Arabia 2 Argentina 1

      This was as likely as Amoral Scumbag voting for the Golden Calf.

      Ok 3 more games today, my proxy Bitter will be dealing with any moronic posts, pls show him the same deference as you would me.

      Thanks.

    806. Bitterlaw says:

      Sssshhhh. Now that Jason is out for a short break, please feel free to express your opinions on political matters. Jason is a legendary A-hole. His transition from NeverTrump to now has been a long and complex journey. He says that he thinks it would be better if DeSantis was the nominee with Trump’s backing but also trashes anybody who supports DeSantis over Trump. You can take the A-hole out of the…

      In order to retain my position as proxy, GFY.

    807. SoHope says:

      Jason the soccer loving, elite competition fortnight player who grew up in a small alpaca herding community at the base of Machu Picchu then moved to Amish Country speaks as an expert for white working class people in the Midwest…nice

      [I don’t post here as much and forgot your background so made up some filler. Hope I was close]

    808. Bitterlaw says:

      Since I am required to also post about soccer, Saudi Arabia beating Argentina is like Sheppard University beating Georgia in football.

    809. Todd McCain says:

      Kari Lake is looking more and more like an ass with each passing day. She lost and it’s 100% her fault. You cannot tell people you don’t want their votes in a battleground state and as usual the GOP putting all their eggs in one basket for election day backfired with the tabulator issues in Maricopa County.

    810. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      New Impact (D)/FabrizioWard (R) poll of the GEORGIA RUNOFF for AARP finds:

      Warnock (D-inc) 51
      Walker (R) 47

      Among Indys Warnock leads 54-39

      Fav/unfav
      Warnock 51/45
      Walker 45/49

      Biden 43 approve/54 disapprove

    811. JeffP says:

      Okay…so even though I have posted several times before that it’s important to build on Trumps coalition… now I’m an establishment Republican. That’s funny too as I am more a classic liberal and NOT a Neocon in any form. Oh and life begins at conception.

      I am not interested in debating Trump vs DeSantis. It’s not even worth the debate. Trump will never win any national election. That doesn’t mean I have TDS.

    812. jason says:

      but also trashes anybody who supports DeSantis over Trump.”

      Bitter is just starting out as proxy so it is expected he will make a few mistakes.

      I don’t trash “anybody who supports DeSantis”, I would like to see him as the nominee.

      I trash the TDS morons who come here to trash Trump and stupidly blame him for 2022 results.

      I trash the TDS morons who think a GOP civil war will benefit the party.

      I trash the TDS morons that fail to understand the importance of a coalition that includes the demographics Trump was able to attract to the party in important swing states.

      I trash the TDS morons who look down on the working class and minorities and think the GOP can survive on a long gone coalition of suburban elites and rural votes.

      My proxy actually had a good post I agree with so at least his head is in the right place. I didn’t trash this:

      “Trump was a good President. I wish he was finishing out his second term rather than running again. He is infinitely superior to Hillary and Biden. However, the real world sucks and this is where we are.

      Trump should run on his record of accomplishments as well as his vision and ideas going forward. The same is true of all candidates. They should debate vigorously because they fighting for the future of our nation.

      That said, the goal has to be choosing the candidate with the best chance to win in 2024. If that is Trump, nominate him. If that is somebody else, nominate that person. Any distraction from that goal serves only the Democrats who seek to make America a very different country.”

    813. jason says:

      Trump will never win any national election. That doesn’t mean I have TDS.

      Yeah, it does. That stupid statement has no basis in fact and is just TDS drivel.

      In 2016 everyone said Trump couldn’t win either. I was one of those that said it.

      (R) Donald Trump 47% (+7)
      (D) Kamala Harris 40%

      (R) Ron DeSantis 42% (+3)
      (D) Kamala Harris 39%

    814. SoHope says:

      Someone get Jason some chapstick. This cold weather, his constant fellating Trump, coupled with cheering for tied soccer games between countries that people only care about every 4 years must the perfect storm for extremely chapped lips.

    815. jason says:

      More facts not in evidence.

      New York City Mayor Eric Adams signed legislation Thursday to curb the city’s rat population.

      “I hate rats,” Adams said. “And we are going to kill some rats.”

      “We’re making clear that rats don’t run our city. New Yorkers do,” he added.

      The four bills Adams signed will create rat mitigation zones, codify garbage set out times, and reduce rats in construction areas and other buildings prone to rodent infestations, Adams said.”

    816. jason says:

      SoHope took time off from taking his head out of the Golden Calf’s ass?

      Tunisia 0 Denmark 0

    817. jason says:

      I blame that one room school house in the Altiplano.

      Took time off from having his head up the Golden Calf’s ass.

    818. jason says:

      Kari Lake is looking more and more like an ass with each passing day. She lost and it’s 100% her fault.”

      I guess Todd McCain really thinks a 16k loss out of 2.5 million cast is legitimate considering all the issues with voting in AZ.

      This is the problem with TDS morons. If it somehow is bad for Trump, they will support anything….voter fraud, violating the Constitution, any conservative principle.

      TDS is a horrible disease.

    819. jason says:

      nd as usual the GOP putting all their eggs in one basket for election day backfired with the tabulator issues in Maricopa County.”

      So the TDS moron admits “tabulator issues in Maricopa County” but at the same time is 100% positive the results are legitimate….

    820. jason says:

      Yep. Maybe SoHope should get a room with Kinzinger and Liz Cheney for a threesome. There they can discuss who is sicker in the head.

      David Strom:

      “Neither Adam Kinzinger nor Liz Cheney interests me that much.

      They seem to be driven by a monomania: hatred of Donald Trump. It takes about 2 minutes to get their point, and there is nothing left to consider. So I don’t.

      Unlike many folks on my side of the aisle, I can sympathize a tiny bit. The Republican Party used to prize dignity as one of the cardinal virtues for public figures. Ronald Reagan famously always wore ties in the Oval Office, out of respect for the presidency’s responsibility.

      So it is understandable why a lot of Republicans felt a visceral disdain for Trump, whose brand of leadership was aggressive showmanship. “Dignity” and “Trump” rarely find themselves in the same sentence. Many of Trump’s biggest fans sincerely wish the man would just shut up sometimes. It really is unnecessary to verbalize every passing thought, however amusing it might be.

      But dislike of a person or the characteristic of that person doesn’t have to break your ability to make rational judgments, but it sure can. Both Kinzinger and Cheney have had their minds and souls warped by a burning hatred for Donald Trump; these formerly conservative Republicans have never met a Leftist they wouldn’t embrace and elevate as long as it would annoy a Trump fan.”

    821. SoHope says:

      Jason, you can only do so much addition by subtraction for the sake of Trump loving purity. You Trumpsters cast out anyone that was rumored to be on a call with conservative donor types and “country clubber” suburbanites then whine that we lost a lot of marginal seats decided in the suburbs where we were vastly over spent. Why did Boebert ina deep red seat almost lose and Zeldin and Youngkin and DeSantis over preform? Addition by subtraction is subtraction.

    822. SoHope says:

      And don’t compare me with Cheney and Kinzinger. I know the difference between criticizing and replacing your starting QB in the huddle vs doing it after the shutout loss. Doubling down with undying devotion to 2 time losers isn’t something winner typically do. Post season adjustments are needed if we don’t want another repeat of 2022.

    823. jason says:

      And don’t compare me with Cheney and Kinzinger.”

      Why not?

      Exactly the same talking points.

      Don’t like it, GFY.

      No free lunch.

    824. SoHope says:

      Trump’s inability to control his rhetoric after a close loss while not legally responsible gave us the terrible optics of Jan 6. A politician with some brains would have turned the close lost into a highly motivated base ready to get revenge in the next election and walk over broken glass to vote in the midterms. Trump mismanaged, misspoke, and caused the left to have the moral high ground that we’re still dealing with today. Wish I could make the left and media shut the F up about “Threats to Democracy” because we all know they’re full of S***. But Trump continues to feed them ammunition.

    825. SoHope says:

      #845 ahhh the “Do you love Trump enough” litmus test.

    826. jason says:

      You Trumpsters”

      LOL

      Few here have been as critical of Trump as I have.

      But I am willing to give him credit where it is due and I don’t sacrifice every principle I have for blind hatred and stupid left wing rhetoric.

      Your shallow superficial and hatred based analysis is exactly the same as Kinzinger’s and Cheney’s.

      You need psychiatric help.

    827. SoHope says:

      “dislike of a person or the characteristic of that person doesn’t have to break your ability to make rational judgments, but it sure can. Both Kinzinger and Cheney have had their minds and souls warped by a burning hatred for Donald Trump”

      My dislike of Trump is irrelevant. I voted for him. My anger is that he is prepared to lose us 2024 because of his ego and that belief is not based on emotions but his huge unpopularity.
      Republicans are stupid if they think Joe Biden or Kamala Harris are going to be the Democratic nominee. The Democrats will pick a reasonably competent and possibly electable freshfaced person in their primary. And if we put up Trump we will lose the suburbs and we will lose the presidency.

    828. Cash Cow TM says:

      HEADLINES TODAY

      AOL has 7 LBGTQEIEIO headlines up.

      Cow’s prediction seems to be hitting nail on head.

    829. jason says:

      Why did Boebert ina deep red seat almost lose and Zeldin and Youngkin and DeSantis over preform? ”

      I love it when TDS morons try to use this kind of idiotic logic.

      I give it the comparing apples to oranges award for the week.

      And btw, I am hardly a Boebert fan. She is a Putin toady. If Rs didn’t need the seat I would be fine with getting rid of her.

      I also didn’t support Vance, Masters, or Bolduc in the primaries.

      See contrary to you, I have a functioning brain that isn’t just driven by whatever the latest talking point is at the Lincoln Project.

    830. SoHope says:

      “Few here have been as critical of Trump as I have.”

      *Few have sucked his d*** like you

      “You need psychiatric help”

      *I hate to break it to you but after some much Trump fellating you probably need a checkup and antibiotics.

    831. Tina says:

      Que the cryer, ratzenvurg.

      Democracy is at stake.

    832. Tina says:

      Kinzinger *

    833. SoHope says:

      But Why did Boebert almost lose an R+6 seat? MAGA is supposed to win the base extra hard with no cost and R+6 seat is the base.

    834. jason says:

      And if we put up Trump we will lose the suburbs”

      Rs are going to lose the suburbs anyway, at least the ones that matter. No R has won the Philadelphia suburbs in decades.

      Without a strong showing among blue collar working class voters Rs will not win any of PA, WI, MI, OH, MN. CO, NV, and NM are not really competitive anymore. VA is uphill. There is no path without some of these states.

      A “get back the suburbs” strategy is suicidal.

      But the “let’s have a civil war” morons think it is a brilliant strategy.

    835. jason says:

      *Few have sucked his d*** like you”

      Is that all you have?

      Did that work for you in grade school?

    836. SoHope says:

      It takes two to have a civil war. If the trumpster solution to not having a civil war is Trump announces early and all others out of loyalty need to STFU and hand him the nomination without holding him to task for his major screw-ups leading to 2022 then I will say that’s not a real solution.

    837. SoHope says:

      TDS TDS TDS…like you have any real substance on the topic

    838. jason says:

      But Why did Boebert almost lose an R+6 seat?”

      I think she is a weak candidate. Maybe she doesn’t produce for her district. Maybe she had a strong opponent.

      Whatever the reason, I doubt anyone went to the polls to vote against Trump, unless you live in the district.

    839. jason says:

      TDS TDS TDS”

      I love it when I am on target!

    840. jason says:

      I tell her one thing that might have hurt her. Her sucking up to Putin.

    841. SoHope says:

      “Without a strong showing among blue collar working class voters Rs will not win any of PA, WI, MI, OH, MN. CO, NV, and NM are not really competitive anymore”

      Well Trump lost all of them but 1 pretty convincingly to a senile houseplant. So I guess he lost the blue collar working class voters.

    842. jason says:

      “Trump announces early and all others out of loyalty need to STFU and hand him the nomination”

      Can you name one person that has advocated Trump be handed the nomination here?

      If you can’t maybe you should be the one to STFU.

    843. SoHope says:

      Re: Boebert “I doubt anyone went to the polls to vote against Trump”

      I guarantee you all the Democrats and Independence that voted against her were voting against her as an agent of Donald Trump
      Hell… Trump himself said the only reason O’Dea and Bolduc lost was they weren’t all in MAGA enough. Everything is about Trump just ask him. Except for when they lose then it had nothing to do with him. All the credit none of the blame.

    844. jason says:

      So I guess he lost the blue collar working class voters”

      Nah, he held on to them pretty well. The differences between 2016 and 2020 working class vote in these states were small in OH, PA, and WI.

      He won OH by the same half a million votes. He went from winning WI by 11k votes to “losing” by 20k, winning PA by 40k to losing by 80k. Even if you don’t believe in outright fraud you can attribute those small differences to VBM and ballot harvesting rather than any big loss in the blue collar vote.

    845. jason says:

      I guarantee you all the Democrats and Independence that voted against her were voting against her as an agent of Donald Trump”

      Ridiculous. “Agent of Donald Trump”. Can’t think of anything more stupid.

      I guarantee all the Dems and Indies that voted FOR her opponent were voting for her opponent.

      And why did O’Dea lose? After all, wasn’t he the anti-Trump TDS candidate. What happened? The suburbs didn’t vote for him?

    846. SoHope says:

      And good job surrendering the suburbs without a fight. Good thing the memo didn’t get to Florida where DeSantis won all of them. Duval, Hillsborough, Miami-Dade, Palm Beach and limiting the D’s 30k and 90k wins in Orange and Broward.
      Sure Florida isn’t Michigan but a 20 points win covers a lot of perceived shortcomings. DeSantis won the ALL IMPORTANT blue collar working class *along with the suburbs, indies, 49% of Gen Z, huge pluralities of all Hispanics including double digit majorities of Puerto Ricans and a majority of Mexican-Americans, and 18% of Blacks. But you’re right winning huge in Florida when everyone else is losing doesn’t tell us anything about whether or not he could squeak by in WI, PA, MI, NV, or CO. We do know based on 2020 that Donald Trump can’t!

    847. SoHope says:

      “why did O’Dea lose? After all, wasn’t he the anti-Trump TDS candidate. What happened?”
      It’s a CO statewide race. Trump publicly denounced him and called on MAGA not to vote for him. Strangely though he did outperform the proMAGA governor candidate by a decent amount.

    848. Todd McCain says:

      I thought MAGA candidates turn out the base? What happened to JR Majewsski?? What a train wreck.

    849. SoHope says:

      Trump’s schitck is getting old. His act is tired. 2016 was Trump busting watermelons with a giant mallet. A lot of people were on the front row with ponchos on. It worked with Hillary and we all cheered the end result. It didn’t work with senile house plant Joe Biden. The people haven’t shown a real desire for his 2024 tour. And it’s time to admit that while you are hardcore fan he’s lost his edge and there’s no future with him. I know that breaks your heart. You’re nothing more than a TS (Trump Sycophant) and you just can’t help yourself.

    850. Tina says:

      I guess Desantis endorsement did not help, NoIdea.

      Went from down 7 to down 12.

    851. Tina says:

      And cn and n definitely did not help NoIdea

    852. Tgca says:

      833. Jeff

      …and DeSanctimonius will NEVER win a national election without Trump’s blessing. His followers could sink DeSanctimonius in an election where he gets the lowest vote share in recent history.

      See! It goes both ways.

      Like it or not, DeSanctimonius needs Trump more than Trump needs DeSanctimonius.

      …and for the record, Trump won a national election and arguably two while DeSanctimonius has NEVER accomplished that.

    853. Tina says:

      Poor baby.

      Julie Kelly ??
      @julie_kelly2
      Psaki to judge:

      “Sitting for a deposition—would be extremely burdensome for me. I understand that I would need to devote several days to preparing for the deposition, as well as attending the deposition itself, and that would be highly disruptive to both my work and my family.”
      5:41 AM · Nov 22, 2022
      ·Twitter for iPhone
      830
      Retweets
      190
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    854. JeffP says:

      835 You probably don’t remember but I was on HHR a lot posting how I thought Trump could win enduring the daily wrath of MD.

      Trumps win over HRC was the best election night of my life. Other than maybe 1980.

      If you worry about posters being a Putin toady you are more establishment than me bro.

    855. Tina says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      2024 National Republican Primary:

      Trump 55%
      DeSantis 25%
      Pence 8%
      Cheney 4%
      Cruz 3%
      Haley 3%
      Hogan 1%

      @EmersonPolling
      , 11/18-19, 614 RV
      https://emersoncollegepolling.com/national-poll-bidens-approval-remains-underwater-as-majority-of-gop-voters-support-trump-as-republican-nominee-for-2024/…
      6:59 AM · Nov 22, 2022
      ·Twitter Web App

    856. JeffP says:

      875 Not even a debate worth having.

    857. Tgca says:

      So Toddie is upset about Kari Lake trashing McCain voters but he and others here insist on DOOMING DeSanctimonius national election prospects by trashing Trump voters.

      Practice what you preach Toddie!!!

      …and remember, without Trump’s blessing, DeSanctimonius can’t win.

      Like it or not, that’s da way it is!

    858. Tgca says:

      879

      Agreed! No sense debating an issue with a near 100% probable outcome.

    859. SoHope says:

      The fact that Trump will lose the election for himself & that Trump can lose the election for anyone else is not prove of how great he is.

      The 1st one he’s an ineffective nominee bound to lose.
      The 2nd one he’s a terrorist egotistical acting to benefit the hard left.

      I fully support DeSantis dispatching him in the primary in the least egregious way possible so the GOP can come together. The fact that Trump doesn’t care as much about that proves he doesn’t know how to win beyond 2016.

    860. SoHope says:

      “Trump won a national election…while DeSanctimonius has NEVER accomplished that”
      Yet a senile houseplant that never won a national election (VP for Obama doesn’t count) beat him.

    861. Tgca says:

      852

      Ha! Ha! Ha!

      I think it’s funny that SoHopeLess accuses others (see below in italics) of fellatio with famous people they never met and then claims those same people need psychiatric help.

      I think most would agree that the person lashing out at others about sexual acts that never occurred are in need of PSYCHIATRIC HELP!

      I think SoHopeLess should check with his insurance to see if they cover TDS so he can get the appropriate help he needs in his delicate mental state.


      *Few have sucked his d*** like you

      “You need psychiatric help”

    862. JeffP says:

      Denouncing the WEF scoreboard.

      DeSantis 1

      Trump 0

    863. SoHope says:

      I didn’t claim anyone needed psychiatric help. That was Jason saying it to me…hence the quote

    864. Tgca says:

      883

      Arguably beat him based on changes voting requirements in a few key states that violated state and U.S. laws to give Dems the voting edge.

    865. SoHope says:

      If you have a problem with me sending mean posts to people making rude claims and that makes me unstable and needing help let me introduce you to Donald Trump’s Twitter. I hear it’s back up.

    866. SoHope says:

      Difference is I’m not running for president

    867. Tgca says:

      SoHopeLess

      Dude! You have TDS! You need help.

      Please call your insurance company to see if they cover for your TDS treatment. If not, maybe we can start a GoFund for you.

      I really feel bad. It must really suck to be you.

    868. Tgca says:

      SoHopeLess

      Yes, I agree. Trump and DeSanctimonius are both are thin- skinned and very defensive and can’t help lashing out and attacking others because they can’t handle criticism

      But no one’s perfect. Look at you! God knows you could use some help.

    869. SoHope says:

      887, arguably we lost almost all the key winnable races 2 years later with nothing changing with the rules…nothing will change with the rules before 2024 so we can keep that excuse in 2024 too.

      There is no substitute for victory.

    870. SoHope says:

      890, you feel bad for me. That’s sweet. I don’t even think about you. So when I say GFY I don’t mean it in an angry way I mean it in a more responding to your ignorant BS kind of way. Jason & Tgca being TS doesn’t really bother me. I hear it’s popular with deadenders. Just don’t expect me to agree with you.

    871. Tgca says:

      I love how these DeSanctimonius sycophants idolize him but can’t even name any meaningful accomplishments he’s had in Floreedah beyond “Don’t Say Gay” bill and penalizing Disney that has made REAL change to everyday Floridians.

      DeSanctimoniys great claim to fame nationally ate those two things. Nothing else!

      The Floreedah legislature has been in GOP hands for decades and has a roughly 60% margin so anything they pass automatically gets passed if DeSanctimoniys signs on. He’s NEVER had to fight for anything. All legislative victories have been handed to him on a silver platter in this very red state.

    872. SoHope says:

      Both are thin-skinned lol…nice and both Chairman Mao and my personal trainer have dabbled in caloric intake management.

    873. Todd McCain says:

      Would have been nice to pick up some of those midwestern governorships before 2024 ya know? In order to perhaps better the voter laws in those respective states? No chance, now! We really nominated some great candidates in those races! Real doozies!

    874. SoHope says:

      Was Trump able to negotiate anything through a split house or Senate? He got owned when he went to the mat with the Dems on building the wall. What did he get like 40 miles that they immediately stopped after they took control.

    875. Tgca says:

      803

      There you go again, in your delicate mental state, lashing out and trying to hurt me and Jadon’s with words claiming you don’t think of us.

      Sticks and stones! Sticks and stones!

      Puhleez! We know better. We live rent free in your lil’ pee brain.

      Perhaps I can send you a lil’ ole TGCA doll. Jadon can send you a Jadon or Lupita doll too so you have something to cuddle with at night as you think of us.

    876. SoHope says:

      There will be no betterment voting laws in any of the purple states that Trump lost so at least he has his excuse nailed down when and if he becomes the nominee and inevitably loses again.

    877. Todd McCain says:

      Trump did absolutely nothing regarding BIG TECH. He only started to care about it when it began to affect him.

    878. Tgca says:

      I wonder if DeSanctimonius may have been a drag on Zeldin losing the NYS gubbernorship by going there and stumping in NY.

      DeSanctimonius is widely mocked and hated up in the northeast.

      He may have cost the GOP election in NY

    879. Todd McCain says:

      Trump’s chances of 270 are non-existent. He isn’t going to win GA and AZ — let’s just get real. I could perhaps see him get WI back, but PA and MI would be stretches to say the least. Biden will win a second term rather easily if Trump is the nominee.

    880. Tgca says:

      896. Toddie

      Would have been nice to pick up the NY gubbernorship too. Why did Zeldin have to run?

    881. Tgca says:

      902

      …and DeSanctimonius chances of getting to 270 are pretty much zilch because he most likely can’t win MI, WI, or PA either. Ronaldo would have to pick up a Dem state to get to 270 without those three.

      Only one GOPer has won those three states or come very close to officially winning them in 30+ years – DONALD TRUMP.

    882. Todd McCain says:

      903. Not sure what that even means? Zeldin focused 100% of his race on crime and ran a great race. He didn’t mention election conspiracy theories once.

    883. jason says:

      “why did O’Dea lose? After all, wasn’t he the anti-Trump TDS candidate. What happened?”

      It’s a CO statewide race.”

      Moronic liars can’t keep their BS straight.

      Not a surprise.

      “Why did Boebert in a deep red seat almost lose and Zeldin and Youngkin and DeSantis over preform?”

    884. jason says:

      SoHope says:
      November 22, 2022 at 1:12 pm

      There will be no betterment voting laws in any of the purple states that Trump lost so at least he has his excuse nailed down when and if he becomes the nominee and inevitably loses again.”

      And if the Golden Calf loses you will blame Trump.

      You really do need psychiatric help, but it could be too late.

    885. Tgca says:

      Tina

      Yes, it appears the DeSanctimonius endorsements were a death warrant for the candidates.

      Maybe the next election DeSanctimonius should just stay in Floreedah ranting about Disney instead of stumping for GOP candidates in other states.

      At least Trump has like a 90% record in the 200+ candidates he endorsed. I think DeSanctimonius had less than 10% if that but we’ll have to check to be certain.

    886. jason says:

      in the least egregious way possible”

      SoHope calls Trump a terrorist but wants to “unite” the party.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    887. Tgca says:

      905. Toddie

      Why are Midwest Gubbernor candidates bad but Zeldin good?

      A loss is a loss right. So they were ALL the wrong candidates if they couldn’t win. RIIIIIIIIIGHT?

      Perhaps if DeSanctimonius hadn’t gone to NY, where he was as welcomed as a bad case of genital herpes before oral sex – then perhaps Zeldin could have won.

    888. Tina says:

      This is excellent news. McCarthy is going scorched earth in the drats. In sharp contrast to Biden’s Beotch.

      https://twitter.com/Leerose1985/status/1595103036845821969?cxt=HHwWosC8tdjw-KIsAAAA

    889. SoHope says:

      “can’t even name any meaningful accomplishments he’s had beyond don’t say gay and fighting Disney”

      *Superior COVID response (better than Trump and any other populated state)
      *Kept the economy open and schools open despite being called Ron DeathSantis
      *STOP WOKE ACT
      *Cleared Florida’s voting roles of inactive voters
      *Replaced activist election board members
      *Replaced district Court judge
      *Cut $1.2 Billion in taxes
      *Superb hurricane response for multiple storms
      *Eliminated common core
      *Nominated 4 supreme Court justices
      *Removed leftist Broward county sheriff
      *Dealt with teacher shortages during post-covid and due to population growth by making it easier for retired vets and first responders to get temporary teaching licenses.
      * Made conservative Ben Sasse University of Florida president
      *Florida higher education ranked number one in the country for the past 3 years
      *I liked him flying the legal aliens to Martha’s vineyard which broke the media’s brain forcing them to talk about illegal immigration.
      All the while remaining extremely popular with voters thought the media’s attacks growing from a 30k vote win to a record destroying 1.5 million votes win.

      Accomplishment-wise there’s a lot of less flashy nut and bolts good management type stu*f…too much to list

    890. jason says:

      InteractivePolls
      @IAPolls2022
      2024 National Republican Primary:

      Trump 55%
      DeSantis 25%
      Pence 8%
      Cheney 4%
      Cruz 3%
      Haley 3%
      Hogan 1%”

      I read here the Golden Calf is an absolute lock on the nomination and the GE.

      After all, he did well in FL and evidently FL is the US, it is all automatic.

      Maybe the country club Rs in charge of picking “electable candidates” can propose just doing away with the primaries and the GE since it is already decided.

    891. Bitterlaw says:

      After deep reflection, I must respectfully resign my position as Jason’s proxy at HHR. When I agreed to serve in this role, I was advised that it would be during the duration of the World Cup so Jason could direct his attention to watching it. While I was prepared to devote my time and efforts to fulfilling this important office, it soon became clear that there was a significant impediment to exercising my duties – Jason never actually left.

      Therefore, I will no longer be Jason’s proxy. I still value our bonds as A-holes and hope he will GFH.

    892. jason says:

      The list of Golden Calf “accomplishments” compared to Trump’s is like comparing an Amish buggy to a Maserati.

      Trump had been there and done that. The Golden Calf is a project.

    893. jason says:

      I thank Bitter for his service. I am sorry he has resigned this important position, but I realize the shoes were just too big for him to fill.

      It is not his fault.

    894. Tina says:

      The national polls are showing that trumps support is increasing and Desantis is slipping.

      I wish Hawley and Noem. will get in.

      On Covid, Noem is the best. No lockdowns.

    895. SoHope says:

      Nice national primary poll. How many delegates does the national vote award? Has Trump led any state primary polls since election day? I counted 6 or Desantis leading state polls….IA (x2) NH FL GA TX

    896. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason’s shoes were surprisingly small and covered in just about everything a llama can expel from its body.

    897. jason says:

      Nice national primary poll.”

      LOL

      Skew the polls!

    898. jason says:

      SoHope wants a GOP civil war and a tiny GOP tent.

      Maybe he will get his wish.

    899. jason says:

      nd covered in just about everything a llama can expel from its body.”

      There we go.

      The elitists always look down on manure.

    900. Cash Cow TM says:

      Newspapers today are much smaller and thinner than they were 39 years ago.

      Know why?

      THEY USED TO PRINT BOTH SIDES OF A STORY!
      ********************************************

    901. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11457507/Final-videos-Idaho-students-playing-dancing-party-house-killed.html

      Why is this story getting more coverage in the UK than here? 4 students were brutally murdered and the US media has largely moved on.

    902. Cash Cow TM says:

      Walt got one of these new high-tech putters (made in Qatar) to improve his golf game.

      They say it is smooth as butter when you putt.

      it is called the Qatar, “Butter” Putter.
      ************************************
      Walt is all a flutter, I mutter and utter, but didn’t stutter.

    903. Bitterlaw says:

      Preliminary DNA tests indicate that not everything on Jason’s shoes originated in a llama. There is also human DNA. So far, Jason has refused to provide a DNA sample. He just keeps repeating that a farm is a lonely place. Developing…

    904. Tgca says:

      912

      Ummm…that list has a bunch of things that HE should do as gubbernor or that Rick Scott or any other gubbernor would do and have historically done when faced with challenges.

      I’m glad he did his job but most of those are not things that distinguished him from any other of his predecessors GOP or Dem.

      That’s like giving him credit for getting power back on after a hurricane when it really is the utilities that make it happen. The state has absolutely NO control over the electric grid. None! Zero! Utilities have crews and plans in place to address those expected circumstances that are ore-funded through rates by the independent utility commission that the gubbernorship has no control over by state law.

      Actually, most Hurricane issues are handled at local levels. We have alert systems in Floreedah for years that text and call us with from local gubbermints with status and guidance. I get these calls and texts every time a storm is developing and before it gets close to landfall.

      AGAIN! Glad DeSanctimonius did his job and got out of the way after declaring state emergencies and doing his photo ops of impacted areas so local gubbermint could then do their job of working with utilities and others to restore service and make a safe environment for people.

      …and part of that thanks goes to the US president for allocating resources and FEMA as well, whether it is asked for or not by the gubbernor.

    905. jason says:

      4 students were brutally murdered and the US media has largely moved on.”

      hmmmm….

      They are white and doesn’t seem like a hate crime?

    906. jason says:

      Australia 1 France (defending champs) 0

      Would be an amazing result but game just starting.

    907. jason says:

      So far, Jason has refused to provide a DNA sample. He just keeps repeating that a farm is a lonely place. Developing…”

      Zzzzzz.. what happened to “respecting other cultures”?

    908. Tgca says:

      I am going to dispel the Floreedah COVID BS once and for all so listen up grasshopper.

      I lived in and traveled back and forth from the Sewer State and Floreedah during COVID in 2020.

      There was NO difference that I saw in lockdowns in these states with respect to businesses and gubbermint entitles like libraries, and gubbermint office buildings. I also went back and forth to PA a few times, especially the good parts of Philly and saw NO difference then what I saw in Floreedah. You couldn’t even get a library book without a hassle in Floreedah for months because they either had closed buildings or pick-up only. They also quarantined books for 5 days which meant they sat in a bin hoping the virus on them died off.

      DeSanctimonius closed down the state and had most businesses at minimum capacity through his executive orders and he did NOT lift restrictions until late 2020, just like many other states.

      Ronaldo also kept in place the freebies and welfare people got until the fall of 2021. It was the reason many establishments could not fully open because they could not find workers who were getting state and state approved federal payments to stay home. I heard this complaint blaming him from local vendors who had to reduce hours of operations because of his policies to continue to pay people to stay home. Why did DeSamctimonius keep that program going for nearly a year longer than it had to when there were “For Hire” signs all over the place, more so than I’ve ever seen in my life.

      Many places had DeSanctimonius restrictions on only half capacity through late 2020 too. Try running a successful restaurant by having limited seating.

      So take it from someone who ACTUALLY lived under DeSanctimonius and Sewer State leadership and saw very little difference in daily impacts.

    909. JeffP says:

      I think a few 2024 GOP candidates can win in PA, WI and MI. All it takes is a great early vote campaign and ballot harvesting.

    910. Tgca says:

      Floreedah also has a hire per capita COVID death rate than NY and CA…and guess what, COVID did not peak in Floreedah until over 3 months later than NY so you can argue Floreedah did NOT plan properly given that 3-month advantage.

      ..and it was not just age-related either as I previously posted on this months ago. Factoring out out COVID deaths by retiree population, Floreedah still had higher rates of COVID deaths.

      If you want to look at REAL leadership on COVID, look to Noem. She kept her state open even when they had been faced with higher death rates.

      DeSanctimonius DID NOT lead the US in COVID leadership. It’s a myth and those of us in Floreedah know it.

      Most of the people I know in Floreedah got COVID during DeSanctimonius restrictions. I was lucky and did not get it to most recently. So his lockdowns probably were unnecessary, as was his continued support of welfare a year longer than necessary that hurt businesses.

    911. Tgca says:

      932

      Moving goal posts. So you admit the GOP has to play the same dirty game to POSSIBLY win that the Dems do.

      It still doesn’t change the fact, Trump was the only GOPer to win without those tricks in 30+ years so that tells you he energized them and does have to resort to nagging people to vote weeks in advance which suggests less energized voters for the candidates that have to do that.

    912. jason says:

      I think a few 2024 GOP candidates can win in PA, WI and MI. All it takes is a great early vote campaign and ballot harvesting.”

      I only know of one who actually did it. Donald Trump.

      And if that was all that was needed Romney, McCain, Bush and Dole would there too.

      You need a lot more than ballot harvesting. Geezus.

    913. jason says:

      Interesting article how turnout in Philadelphia has been decreasing both in numbers and in percentage relative to the rest of the state.

      Unfortunately the left trending suburbs are picking up the slack.

    914. Bitterlaw says:

      Philadelphia voters move to the Philadelphia suburbs. Next issue?

    915. Tgca says:

      936

      So are you saying elitist libs are moving from the good parts of Philly to suburbs like Radnor?

      …or are you saying suburbs like Radnor are becoming more elitist lib regardless of what’s going on in the good parts of Philly?

    916. JeffP says:

      934 & 935 2020 ? LOL

    917. JeffP says:

      Trumps “Tony likes me” Fauci pushing the vaccine that doesn’t work in the WH press briefing.

    918. SoHope says:

      The 2 TS individuals leaning on Trump wins in WI, PA, and MI 6 years ago but ignoring the door slammed in his face in 2020 and 2022 Dem governors winning all 3 over his hand picked candidates and by enormous margins 2 out of 3. But yeah 90% of his candidates won (when you count he mostly endorsed in R+4 or better races to pad his numbers.

    919. JeffP says:

      Arizona AG apparently taking the position the Arizona election is not certifiable. Looks like the court will decide if they have a redo.

    920. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 22, 2022 at 2:53 pm

      Philadelphia voters move to the Philadelphia suburbs. Next issue?”

      Not what the article says. It says turnout is lower.

    921. SoHope says:

      I can hear the slogans now!
      Trump 2024
      “F the Suburbs (they’re unwinnable anyway)”
      “And if you disagree you’re an establishment nerd”

    922. jason says:

      he 2 TS individuals leaning on Trump wins in WI, PA, and MI 6 years ago but ignoring the door slammed in his face in 2020 and 2022″

      So my point was that the “door wasn’t slammed in his face” in 2020 and he wasn’t on the ballot in 2022.

      But hey, keep dreaming that the Golden Calf can win with a “getting the suburbs back” strategy .

      The stupidity is astounding.

    923. SoHope says:

      There is zero chance of a redo in AZ. This is just noise.
      Sad she lost be this country has had close elections before…there are never redos except the NC house race that had systemic illegal ballot harvesting from someone in the campaign.

    924. jason says:

      TDS moron admits 90% of Trump endorsed candidates won.

      He admits that some in races where the R advantage was small or non-existent lost.

      Zzzzz…..

    925. SoHope says:

      Trump 2024
      Which votes do you want get?
      A. Rural
      B. Rural
      C. Rural
      D. We can’t win with the voting system we have in place so why bother.

    926. Tgca says:

      So I guess DeSanctimonius can run in 2024 on his three major accomplishments that will surely energize the GOP and Indies and win him the presidency as working class voters in MI, WI, and PA rush to embrace his policies.

      1st, I advocated for the “Dont Say Gay” bill.

      2nd, I got Disney to fire their woke CEO and replace him with Disney’s woke predecessor CEO.

      3rd, I appointed the Country Club Republican Ben Sasse to president of the University of Floreedah.

      Those are my top accomplishments as Floreedah gubbernor so I hope I can count on your vote so I can appoint Ben Sasse to my cabinet as Secretary of Education too once I’m elected president.

      Now join me in capitulating to the DC establishment and Country Club class.

      I’m Ronaldo DeSanctimonius, The Great Italian Warrior, and I approve this message.

    927. jason says:

      There is zero chance of a redo in AZ. This is just noise.
      Sad she lost be this country has had close elections before”

      Translation: I am excited that a far leftist moonbat won because somehow that is bad for Trump.

      I will sell out any conservative principle I have if somehow somewhere somebody will say it is bad for Trump.

      TDS is a sad, pathetic disease.

      “But dislike of a person or the characteristic of that person doesn’t have to break your ability to make rational judgments, but it sure can. Both Kinzinger and Cheney have had their minds and souls warped by a burning hatred for Donald Trump; these formerly conservative Republicans have never met a Leftist they wouldn’t embrace and elevate as long as it would annoy a Trump fan.”

    928. SoHope says:

      Trump’s ability to handpick a winner in deep red governor or Arkansas matters far less than his choice in a swing state race like PA, WI, MI. His loses were the ones that mattered. Listening to you TS’s brag that his R+30 house seat picks won is ridiculous.

    929. Bitterlaw says:

      939 People want to live in the best school district in PA. The elitist libs can stay in Philadelphia and send their children to private schools. Some still live in Philadelphia but send their children to private schools in the suburbs.

    930. SoHope says:

      Nice list…what were Trump’s list of things in 2015? Trump steaks, Trump Air, Trump University, I was a democrat that gave money to Dems…I pay little in taxes because I’m smart…I’m rich… everything’s Yuuuuge.

    931. jason says:

      Trump 2024
      Which votes do you want get?
      A. Rural
      B. Rural
      C. Rural
      D. We can’t win with the voting system we have in place so why bother.”

      Nah, the rural vote has always been Republican. Combined with a strong majority suburban vote it trumped the urban/blue collar/minority vote and gave Rs several wins.

      Now Rs should strive for:

      A) Exurban (suburbanites moving out of suburbs because of crime/quality of life)
      B) Blue collar/working class (including in suburbs).. Trump finally convinced many that the Dems really weren’t delivering for them but holding this vote is not a guarantee.
      C) Black and Hispanics that understand Dems are denying them economic opportunity in exchange for handouts.
      D) Small business owner of all races (including suburbs) that benefit from lower taxes/business friendly environment/lower regulations.

    932. SoHope says:

      I liked to Kari Lake but she lost by a larger percentage than Stacy Abrams. Abrams claims GOP shenanigans but wasn’t dump enough to take it to the mat post-election and overture it…If she things AZ will be served well with this mess feel free to stage a revolt. Jan 6th hurt the GOP and BS attempt to void a close election will hurt us again.

    933. Tgca says:

      954

      Trump’s list includes accomplishing something no Republican has done since 1988 but has wanted to do – win MI, WI, and PA. Won’t even go into the stock market gains and numerous other wins he had as POTUS.

      Compare that to the homeless crisis booming in Floreedah. Fort Lauderdale may soon surpass San Francisco with people sleeping on the streets and bus stops and in front of gubbermint buildings. It’s absolutely disgusting driving around here. I’ve NEVER seen it this bad before….and I lived in San Francisco when they had a homeless crisis.

    934. jason says:

      ice list…what were Trump’s list of things in 2015? Trump steaks, Trump Air, Trump University, I was a democrat that gave money to Dems…I pay little in taxes because I’m smart…I’m rich”

      So what?

      I have always said Trump is crony capitalist and a political opportunist.

      He has had a lot of successful businesses and lots of failures. But one thing common to all of them is that he got other people to put up most of the money. If it worked he made money, if it didn’t they lost money.

      Trump is not a conservative. He is a protectionist and isolationist. I don’t have much in common with him ideologically. His appeal to blue collar workers is not appealing to me.

      But all that proves is that I am hardly a Trump sycophant. I am willing to give him credit for winning the Presidency with a coalition that I believe is needed for the party’s future. I am willing to give him credit for many accomplishments such as solidifying a conservative majority on SCOTUS for a generation, his greatest and lasting contribution.

      But above all I think Rs have a unique opportunity to establish themselves as a working class party for all demographics of all races in all areas, including urban and suburban. As a party devoted to fighting for crumbs among leftist trending suburbia they are doomed to failure.

      That is my vision. Your vision is civil war and pandering to a long gone past.

      Unfortunately, your vision is the one the party elitists share. Enjoy your “victory”.

    935. SoHope says:

      Nice list… DeSantis destroyed in every category…including the suburbs winning the counties containing Miami, Tampa, Jacksonville by double digits. Trump lost all three. DeSantis won a majority of even non-cuban Hispanics. FL has blue collar working class and he work them handedly. Pretending blue collar people only exist in PA WI and WI is ridiculous.

    936. SoHope says:

      957. nice try that wasn’t in his list when he ran in 2016. Because it hadn’t happened yet.

    937. jason says:

      I liked to Kari Lake but she lost by a larger percentage than Stacy Abrams.”

      Abrams lost by like 60k votes. It was not close at all. There were no irregularities like the ones where 1/3 of the voting machines in the largest county had problems. All Abrams had were vague allegations of “voter suppression”.

      Lake is supposedly losing by 16k.

    938. Tgca says:

      956

      Kari Lake is at a .6% loss at this point or approximately 17,000 votes and if it gets to .5%, that triggers a recount.

      Hippo Abrams lost by .4% or approximately 54,000 votes.

      Given the issues with voting on Election Day in Maricopa, it is plausible that Kari Lakes voters were impacted more because the volume in a smaller state can more easily impact a percentage win or loss. It was reported by election officials that 7% of machines not working properly so it depends where those machines were located and how many voters turned away or left because of it. We don’t know and need more input. That’s the point of the AG investigation request.

    939. jason says:

      I mean, it was not as close at all.

    940. SoHope says:

      Jason the TS: You think my loser of a candidate isn’t the best choice? But he announced first and that means the field should stay clear and no criticisms on obscure political blogs 2 years before elections. How dare you think a 4th devastating referendum on his 2016 win wouldn’t be the bomb-diggity. Sounds a lot like CIVVVVIIILLL WAAAAAARRRR!

    941. jason says:

      . Pretending blue collar people only exist in PA WI and WI is ridiculous.”

      No, what is ridiculous is saying these voters vote the same way.

      The blue collar vote in the South used to be Democratic, yes, but it changed decades ago.

      The blue collar vote in PA, WI, MI, OH etc,. continued to vote Dem.

    942. Tgca says:

      960. SoHopeLess

      So you’re saying DeSanctimonius ran on his top a couple plush nets in 2018:

      1st, I advocated for the “Dont Say Gay” bill.

      2nd, I got Disney to fire their woke CEO and replace him with Disney’s woke predecessor CEO.

      3rd, I appointed the Country Club Republican Ben Sasse to president of the University of Floreedah.

      Wow! Who knew that in 2018, Ben Sasse agreed with DeSanctimonius to quit the senate in 2023 and become the president of the University of Floreedah

    943. jason says:

      Jason the TS: You think my loser of a candidate isn’t the best choice? But he announced first and that means the field should stay clear and no criticisms on obscure political blogs 2 years before elections.”

      Your lies are so easily debunked.

      Can you reference ONE post where I said Trump is the best choice.

      Can you reference ONE post where I said the field should stay clear, especially since I said I would prefer the Golden Calf as the nominee.

      I just gave you a bunch of criticisms of Trump.

      You are the one who doesn’t think the Golden Calf can be criticized.

    944. jason says:

      I said Trump is a crony capitalist. A political opportunist. A protectionist. An isolationist. Not a conservative. I will even throw in blowhard and narcissist.

      Now I ask SoHope what he perceives as the Golden Calf’s weaknesses that could possible impact his potential to win a GE.

      Or is the Golden Calf perfect?

      If the answer is yes, then you know why I call him the Golden Calf.

    945. Tgca says:

      959.

      SoHopeLess neglects the fact that the RNC did a pilot program and early on opened offices in Latino areas of Florida including Orlando and Tampa areas to do outreach to those communities to get them to register and vote GOP. They did that due to the increased percentage of Latinos Trump won around the country thinking there was opportunity to court more Latinos after years of failing at it.

      DeSanctimonius has nothing to do with that pilot program but he benefited from it, as did all Floreedah statewide GOP candidates.

      Great! I’ve been saying for years the GOP should do this. The RNC proved it worked because ALL Floreedah candidates, including Lil’ Marco benefitted from this, as Lil’ Marco pretty much won the same across the board as DeSanctimonius.

    946. jason says:

      “Kyle Becker
      @kylenabecker
      ·
      Follow
      Imagine if @ElonMusk were actually the right-wing bogeyman these spoiled lefty journos pretend he is and he decided to turn the tables and ban all left-wing ‘fake news’ from @Twitter. There’d be nothing left for them to publish!”

    947. Tgca says:

      Jeffie, SoHopeLess, Toddie, Gordy and other friends with TDS I may have missed are intent on going the Liz Cheney route of insulting Trump supporters.

      Good luck getting MAGA supporters to turn out in election for your candidate by doing so.

      I’ll support a GOP primary but if it comes down to marginalizing and insulting MAGA supporters, I won’t vote for DeSanctimonius in the GE any more than I’d vote for Liz Cheney who has done the same thing, and I suspect millions of MAGA supporters would do the same.

      I believe in loyalty, not blind loyalty but loyalty. Without Trump, we’d be in the 2nd Clinton term and the GOP would probably be in disarray and demoralized as Clinton would not be nearly as incompetent as Biden and there’d be a good chance, the Dems would be in a good position for another POTUS win in 2024 as HRC passed off the baton, and with the courts packed with libs, many states would have their laws impacted as well.

    948. SoHope says:

      Yes! Yes! Yes! DeSantis won 58% of FL Latino voters because the RNC opened pilot offices in Hispanic areas.
      How could I miss that?!?

    949. SoHope says:

      Did I insult a Trump supporter on an obscure political blog 2 years before a the election? Egad! [Aggressively clutching my pearls]

    950. SoHope says:

      Show me on the doll where the mean words hurt you? >-)o

    951. Country Dick Montana says:

      I am going to make this real easy. One side says that Trump couldn’t win a national election and apparently his endorsement was the kiss of death to candidates.

      The other side says that DeSantis can’t win without Trumps working class coalition. But that would require an endorsement (also known as the KID.)

      Again, except for perhaps NYCMike, I doubt very highly that anyone here actually knows and works with real blue collar working class people. I did for almost 50 years. With the exception of a few making pretty good bucks, they for the most part have hard and brutal lives. Social skills are zero, not much in the way of employment options, high levels of divorce, etc. Those are the guys dying “Deaths of Despair.” Their lives sucked under every President and party in power. Even Bill Barr recognizes that Trump gave them hope. or at the very least stuck a finger in the eye of the Establishment that didn’t care about them. If they think that their lives are going to suck anyway, they stay home.

      The next GOP candidate will have to go out of their way to earn their vote. In my opinion Noem may have the best opportunity, given her relationship with the energy industry in South Dakota.

    952. jason says:

      Ok.

      I think you are right that the Golden Calf does not automatically inherit this vote, it has to be earned.

      But that is why I call him the Golden Calf. His subjects think he was anointed by God to be the next President, everything else is unnecessary details.

      Heck, I even read here that the Golden Calf will inherit the working class vote nationwide because he has a working class background, while Trump, a billionaire, only appeals to billionaires.

    953. Country Dick Montana says:

      Neither Trump nor DeSantis on the GOP side or Biden nor Harris on the Dem side will be the nominees.

      I am prepared to sit back and watch it as an interested observer with no skin in the game.

      AND the counterpart to the working classes lives sucking regardless, is that probably all posters on this site do just fine regardless of who wins. That is why politics to them is what fantasy baseball is to others. Just a game.

    954. jason says:

      Did I insult a Trump supporter on an obscure political blog 2 years before a the election? ”

      Nah, just made an ass of yourself with irrational TDS rants with no basis in fact and shallow and superficial idol worshiping drivel.

      Basically your argument is “since I have a sick and obsessive hatred of Trump I also have a sick and obsessive hatred of anybody who supports him or is willing to give him credit for anything, and I am willing to sacrifice all my conservative principles and any future opportunity to win elections if that somehow is deemed bad for Trump”.

      I almost feel sorry for someone that f–ked up.

      Almost.

    955. jason says:

      Neither Trump nor DeSantis on the GOP side or Biden nor Harris on the Dem side will be the nominees.”

      Interesting.

      I certainly would believe neither Biden or Harris will be the Dem nominee.

      I am less certain about the Golden Calf.

    956. jason says:

      I give SoHope another month before he starts attacking the “deplorables”.

      Right now he is doing a great impersonation of Liz Cheney. It will soon evolve to Hillary Clinton.

    957. jason says:

      There was a small dump in CA-13

      Now 95.7% counted. Now 852 vote lead for Duarte.

      San Joaquim 98% in. Gray has a 500 vote lead. About 200 votes left, it is 53/47 Gray. Maybe he nets another 12 votes.

      Stanislaw 90% in. Gray has a 1250 vote lead. Another 3000 votes out. It is 52/48 Gray. Maybe he nets another 120 votes.

      Merced 97% in. Gray has a 2400 vote lead. Another 1800 votes. 52/48 Gray. Maybe Gray nets another 80 votes.

      Madera 99% in. Duarte leads by 3600. 55/45. Maybe 130 votes left.Give him 10 votes net.

      Fresno 99% in. Duarte leads by 1400. 55/45. May another 130 votes left. Give him 10 votes net

      So maybe Gray nets 200 votes with what is left.

      He is down 852.

    958. Tgca says:

      975. CDM

      I grew up with poor and the working class. EVERYONE in my extended family was working class, at least the ones that worked and not on welfare, as not one of them went to college, and many not even graduating high school including 3 of my 5 siblings.

      I was the 1st to go to college from the white trash side of my family and an older cousin on the Latin side went to college but the rest of her family was also working class from the bee-yoo-tee-ful city of Newark in the great Sewer State of New Jersey.

      I also worked through high school and college in factories, stores, and restaurants so given all this, I know about the working class, especially those Dem voters.

      You don’t have to spend your entire life among a group to understand them. A good 10 to 20 years is quite enough, especially if you live among them.

      I also think Jadon came from an area of bare-footed manual laborers living in mud huts and he later trained with many of the working class in the military after he snuck over the border with Lupita back in the day so I think he has an understanding of the working class as well.

      I agree with you that some like the white elitist privileged in Radnor PA or Bergen County may not relate to the working class but that is not the case for all here.

    959. Meldrim says:

      Jason, I think that when USA Today says that a county has cast 99% of the expected vote, it means 100%. All of the states that supposedly are all in have every county at 99%.

      That batch from San Joaquin County–which, as you noted, is a county that voted 53-47 for Gray–went less than 51% for Gray, which is why he only netted 13 votes. I agree with you that, unless they’re hugely mistaken about the ballot remaining to be tabulated, Duarte will win the election.

    960. Tgca says:

      Ok. I have to run out to get more tofu for my famous Thanksgiving Turkey Roast I’m preparing for like 35 of my closest friends who will stop by Thursday.

      Some neighbors in my townhouse community were savoring the aroma of my cooking and have asked me about it so I gave them a taste and they were in Heaven so I’ve decided to be a good neighbor and make extra for them.

    961. Tgca says:

      NH Dem Trannie State Legislator arrested for stalking- AGAIN.

      IT was arrested in Sep for stalking a woman.
      Arrested but re-elected in Nov.
      Previously convicted in 2008 for credit card fraud and imprisoned but then released on 10-year suspended sentence
      Was also charged with calling in a fake bomb threat in 2015 to a medical center that IT blamed on mental health issues.

      IT was 1st elected in 2012 but forced to resign once IT’s 2008 conviction came to light.

      Ran again in 2020 for NH House seat and won.
      Re-elected in Nov 2022.

      Are the people of NH as STOOPID as voters in PA to elect this criminal freak?

      I can understand how people get sucked into many crimes but STALKING is really creepy.

      https://nhjournal.com/nh-dems-silent-after-nashua-rep-laughton-arrested-yet-again/

    962. jason says:

      I grew hoping to join the working class.

    963. jason says:

      ason, I think that when USA Today says that a county has cast 99% of the expected vote, it means 100%”

      Yeah, usually some residual votes from one precinct or something like that.

      In any case 1% of these counties that are so divided would not net anything significant.

    964. jason says:

      I probably grew up the poorest of anybody here, but it is all relative, I certainly wasn’t the poorest in my community. And I wasn’t deprived, or at least I didn’t feel that way, I always had enough to eat and loving parents. There just weren’t a lot of luxuries. My mother hand sewed my costume for any festival. I went to a restaurant maybe twice a year. I had second or third hand toys and books, and when I was old enough I made my own toys like wagons and kites. It took me an hour each way to go to school, there were no school buses, if we were lucky the public bus driver would let kids ride for free and we could buy candy. My kids had everything I didn’t have and when I told them about my childhood they would look at me like if I was telling a fairy tale.

    965. JeffP says:

      971 Antidotal…I run in very conservative circles and have talked with several dozen people who voted for Trump 2 times like myself. My daughter works in a very high position in the AG office of a Red state and is very involved in state politics. In the last year neither of us talked with one person who wants Trump to run in 24. I guess we all have TDS. LOL This has nothing to do with Liz…we all despise her. That’s funny too.

      I have no idea who is sampled in these RV polls. But I want a clear the table one on one Primary battle between Trump and DeSantis. The best man wins.

    966. Bitterlaw says:

      I had to grow up without a beach house. As Jason says, poverty is relative.

    967. Country Dick Montana says:

      “But I want a clear the table one on one Primary battle between Trump and DeSantis. ”

      Why not clear it for Trump vs. Younkin? He won in a much bluer state than DeSantis.

      Why not clear it for Trump vs. Noem. Successful governor, female at that, in a state dominated by the working class.

      Why not clear it for (pick one) Liz/Hogan/Christieand give the voters a real choice as to the direction of the GOP.

    968. Country Dick Montana says:

      Have noticed that no one has refuted what I said in 975. The working class cares very little for politics. That the GOP would lose makes very little difference to them and seeing suburban elites get their panties in a wad over losing to the Dems would probably make a lot of them happy.

    969. jason says:

      My estimate of 200 votes gained for Gray was pretty accurate.

      District 13
      99% Est. Vote Counted
      Candidate Total Votes % Votes
      John Duarte (R) 66,787 50.2%
      Adam Gray (D) 66,195 49.8%

    970. jason says:

      But I want a clear the table one on one Primary battle between Trump and DeSantis. The best man wins.”

      What? The Golden Calf can’t win in a divide field.

      Pray tell why not.

    971. JeffP says:

      991 Noem…that would be awesome too.

    972. jason says:

      My daughter works in a very high position in the AG office”

      Huh, ok, we understand “works” but it is not exactly what we mean by “working class”.

      But thanks for sharing.

    973. jason says:

      That the GOP would lose makes very little difference to them”

      Yep, that is why this theory that the Golden Calf can just show and will be adored by the unwashed masses is so full of crap.

    974. jason says:

      The Golden Calf worshipers shouldn’t be worried about a divided field.

      Isn’t the Golden Calf so fabulous he can prevail in any field?

      Sounds like when Amoral Scumbag said Jeb! would “clear the field” because he was the “juggernaut” with all the money, endorsements and name recognition. He cleared it except for 17 other contenders.

    975. jason says:

      I have no idea who is sampled in these RV polls”

      They probably included some deplorables, the bastards.

      Why don’t you write them and ask them to do better next time.

    976. jason says:

      Three races undecided.

      The GOP will win CA-13 and CO-03.

      Because of stupid ranked voting, the Dems will win in AK.

      Final 222-213.

    977. jason says:

      This is exactly Pelosi’s majority.

      The Dems can’t whine that the GOP is running roughshod over them, what is good for the goose is good for the gander.

    978. jason says:

      I predicted 235 seats, so I am 13 short.

      Where did I go wrong?

      I thought the GOP would win another seat in VA. And one in PA (Wild). One in NH. One in RI.

      I didn’t figure they would lose a seat in NM or OH or WA or NC or CO.

      Some were maddeningly close.

      On the positive side I didn’t think they would win 4 in NY. Or 2 in AZ.

    979. Tgca says:

      Jadon grew up always with enough to eat. Geez! Lucky you. I wish I could say the same. Here’s my Reader’s Digest white trash sob story.

      Though I lived in poverty my e tore childhood, up to about 5 or 6 was the worst, and we often did not have any food in the house at all and my mom took us to her only friend’s to eat who was a life saver because otherwise we literally had no food and would have had to be given up to the state for care which by the way eventually happen when we had to go into a shelter twice for a few months due to being homeless.

      I’m not joking!

      Those early years of my yoot were the worst of the poverty living in the projects. We sometimes only ate once a day and I remember having stomach cramps from hunger pains. My oldest brother, about 10 and 11 at the time, also worked for change at the local supermarket carrying groceries to cars so my mom could buy some food because my no good drunken drug addict father abandoned his parental responsibilities, as he shacked up with a another woman who he had bastard children with.

      Otherwise, we routinely ate oatmeal 2 or 3 times daily with watered down canned milk or canned tomato soup she stretched with water to feed 5 people, as that was all my mom could afford being single and unemployed, especially after a local small store would no longer extend her credit for unpaid bills. I do recall eating ketchup sandwiches occasionally too with my older sister, and probably the most disgusting thing I remember is drinking vinegar and eating sugar.

      It took me nearly two decades before I could stomach eating oatmeal again.

      Since Jadon just brought back these horrible memories, I will prayerfully think of that kind woman tonight in my prayers who always helped my mom out when she had no one else to turn to with 4 young kids living in the ghetto with no other hope.

      …and I just ordered a big dinner so I’m gonna make up for those missed meals tonight.

      Later Bishes!

    980. Country Dick Montana says:

      Oh Yeah. You want to know about poor? Well let me tell you…

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

    981. Tina says:

      Very interesting if the gop-e and drats push for amnesty.

      We don’t know what Biden’s Beotch will do.

      More accommodation?

    982. Chicon says:

      Hello friends, has the world ended yet?

    983. Tgca says:

      1004

      Ha! Ha!

      I bet sand is not as tasty as lead paint chips. The olive green ones are the tastiest me thinks.

    984. jason says:

      Tgca can have the worse childhood award, no problem. I didn’t have a bad childhood, in fact I was pretty happy with what I had.

    985. Meldrim says:

      Jason, you didn’t predict 235 R seats, you predicted +35 Rs (248 R seats), just as I did

      Where dud we go wring in the House elections? Oh, I don’t know, pretty much everywhere except FL, NY, IA, AZ and CA.

    986. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      #1000- jason

      Your post is spot-on. Last night, Dave Wasserman from the Cook Report called CA CD-3 for Republican Kevin Kiley after Mr. Kiley gained another approximate 5000 votes to lead by about 15000 ballots.
      And this morning–drum roll– for CA CD-13:

      Dave Wasserman
      @Redistrict
      ·
      6h
      “I’ve seen enough: barring a tabulation error, John Duarte (R) defeats Adam Gray (D) in #CA13. That means the final House count will be 222R-213D, a mirror image of Dems’ current majority.”

      Adding to your predictive powers, you came pretty close to calling Mr. Duarte’s approximate 500 vote margin of victory. In the next cycle, maybe you should replace 538/ Silver as the #1 political prognosticator!(Silver is far from #1!)

    987. jason says:

      Hey Meldrim, GFY.

      Huh, yeah, you are right.

    988. jason says:

      Thanks Sheep.

      Too bad my spot on prognostication came at the same time Meldrim pointed out I was only off by what, 26 seats in the House.

    989. jason says:

      McCarthy wants to end proxy voting, so 222 is a lot better than 219 where you can’t afford absences or defections.

    990. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/ushome/index.html

      The carnage continues. Nothing will stop it. Just have to accept it.

    991. Bitterlaw says:

      https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11459941/Colorado-shooting-suspect-Anderson-Aldrichs-estranged-dad-ex-MMA-turned-porn-star.html

      The use of pronouns in the article is annoying but here is more info on the Colorado shooter than you will see in US media.

    992. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — The alleged shooter facing possible hate crime charges in the fatal shooting of five people at a Colorado Springs gay nightclub is nonbinary, the suspect’s defense team says in court filings.

      In several standard motions filed on behalf of Anderson Lee Aldrich on Tuesday, public defenders refer to the suspect as “Mx. Aldrich,” noting in footnotes that Aldrich, 22, is nonbinary and uses they/them pronouns. The motions deal with issues like unsealing documents and evidence gathering, not Aldrich’s identity and there was no elaboration about it.”

    993. jason says:

      I guess the MSM is worried about the Golden Calf

      “Former Guantanamo detainee alleges that he was tortured by Ron DeSantis during the 10 months DeSantis spent at the facility in 2006

    994. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Bitter
      The VA Walmart shooting will quickly disappear. Why? The perp does not fit the NRA narrative. He is an AA.

    995. jason says:

      Evidently DeSantis was in JAG and signed off on force feeding a prisoner with Ensure.

      I kind of agree that would be torture.

    996. Bitterlaw says:

      Sheeple – I know. Just have to accept that crazy people can strike at any time.

    997. Bitterlaw says:

      If he forced prisoners to eat tofu, he is evil.

    998. jason says:

      The R AG candidate in AZ is only down by 500 votes.

    999. jason says:

      If he forced prisoners to eat tofu, he is evil.”

      That would be a war crime.

    1000. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      I guess all the crime in NYC has been resolved so the Manhattan DA can move onto more important thinks. To wit:

      https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-stormy-daniels-hush-money-manhattan-da-b2230009.html

      Robbie, Messy, PO and others will now make plenty of posts on HHR. This is orgasmic for them.

      I forgot what follows Stormy Daniels. Is it Trump’s anti-semitism, Russian Collusion, racism,Ukraine phone call etc.

    1001. jason says:

      Croatia 0 Morocco 0 Final

      Germany 1 Japan 0 first half

    1002. jason says:

      Wow, Amoral Scumbag will be on this like a horsefly on dog turds.

    1003. Tina says:

      Axios

      @axios
      ·
      11h

      Official
      JUST IN: Colorado club shooting suspect is non-binary, attorneys say https://trib.al/6d2XSZZ

    1004. jason says:

      By the way, Messy moron never came back.

      Last I heard from her, she said the Steele Dossier have been corroborated.

    1005. jason says:

      WM store manager walked into break room and killed 6 employees.

      I am sure his lawyer will say it was justified since employees had been written up for performance issues.

    1006. SoHope says:

      DeSantis signing off on keeping a Gitmo detainee from starving in a hunger strike is torture…right MSM
      Ensuregate!

    1007. jason says:

      I think he should have ordered Boost, it has more protein.

      Denying protein for prisoners is torture.

    1008. jason says:

      How soon before the “former Gitmo prisoner” is on 60 minutes?

    1009. jason says:

      SoHope loves MSM lies about Trump, nothing is too low for him to regurgitate here.

      He will soon found out the Golden Calf will be victim of the same garbage.

    1010. jason says:

      Can’t wait until SoHope’s heroes Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger start spewing the same drivel about the Golden Calf that they do against Trump.

      The hypocrisy will be astounding.

    1011. SoHope says:

      Petty MSM attacks on Trump (like his overdue library books at MaraLago and subsequent FBI raid) annoy me because I see through them. They are 4D chess moves to engage Trump, make him relevant, the face of the GOP before an election, and republicans circle the wagons.

    1012. SoHope says:

      I hope the MSM choose to attack DeSantis with this. It would only make him more popular.

    1013. Chicon says:

      1035 – who is the genius behind that curtain?

    1014. SoHope says:

      1037. Don’t ask Kanye West that question.

    1015. Tgca says:

      1008 Jadon

      I wouldn’t say my childhood was the worst, as I’ve known others to have it much worse. I have many happy memories of simple things in life when I wasn’t being beaten, ridiculed, punished, worked like a slave, or starved.

      I really have fond memories of exploring the abandoned buildings, parks, rivers, and libraries in Newark. I think it inspired a sense of curiosity in me that led to my training in and love of math and science.

      I also enjoyed some of my childhood friends and the silly ghetto games we played, using our creativity to create toys from junk we found on the street, as well as a few particular memories of really hot and muggy summer days when they ILLEGALLY opened up the fire hydrants and the neighborhood kids frolicked in the water or climbing the coal piles in the coal yard and getting covered in black soot.

      I just did not appreciate you throwing in my face all the FOOD you had to eat when I had to resort to peeling wall paint chips or roaches to satisfy my hunger pains.

    1016. SoHope says:

      YouGov National Poll: Do you have a Favorable or Unfavorable opinion of…

      Overall
      DeSantis: 49/37 (net +12)
      Trump: 41/55 (net -14)

      Independents
      DeSantis: 34/28 (+6)
      Trump: 33/51 (-18)

      Suburban voters
      DeSantis: 44/39 (+5)
      Trump: 36/60 (-24)

      11/19-22, 1,296 RV

    1017. SoHope says:

      In today’s installment of why DeSantis is a superior choice for president…these numbers. And take into account 14% of national voters don’t know enough about him to form an opinion.

    1018. Tgca says:

      1015

      They is sooooo cute!

      So now we have a gay mass gun shooter.

      We need to change the laws to ensure we do background checks on THEY/THEM/THEIRS.

    1019. Tgca says:

      1019

      Romney will be relieved that DeSanctimonius’ humans rights violations of prisoners will finally make people forget about him abusing animals.

    1020. Country Dick Montana says:

      Want to know if the GOP wins in 2024. Ask a series of polls with just 2 questions;

      1. Do support Trump or Noem/Younkin/DeSantis in the GOP primary?

      2. If your candidate loses will you support the winner in the GE?

      That will tell you everything you need to know.

    1021. Tgca says:

      So GOP in Floreedah is looking at changing law again to allow DeSanctimonius to keep his Gubbernor job and run for president, which currently is not allowed by state law.

      It was allowed in the past and then changed to disallow it.

      This makes Ronaldo look like he’s gaming the system for personal benefit and opens him up to criticism just like the GOP criticized Dems for manipulating state laws to benefit the Dems in elections.

      If he really wants to run for POTUS, let him resign and let the Latina Lt. Gubbernor take office.

      https://www.politico.com/news/2022/11/22/florida-legislature-desantis-presidential-run-00070538

    1022. Robbie says:

      Josh Kraushaar
      @JoshKraushaar

      “An Arizona Republic analysis of voting patterns, especially in Maricopa County, shows a simpler reason: Many Republicans just didn’t vote for the Republican candidates.”

      – Strange. Jason fraud assured me the only Republicans who could win general elections were populists.

    1023. Robbie says:

      SoHope says:
      November 23, 2022 at 10:54 am
      YouGov National Poll: Do you have a Favorable or Unfavorable opinion of…

      Suburban voters
      DeSantis: 44/39 (+5)
      Trump: 36/60 (-24)

      – Can’t be true. Trump ball washer Jason fraud said winning suburban voters wasn’t necessary.

    1024. NYCmike says:

      Tgca,

      Has DeSantis responded at all to the Trump attacks?

    1025. Tina says:

      Fang fang wants a date, Eric.

      The Hill

      @thehill
      ·
      2h

      Official
      Sen. @tedcruz: “You’ve got inflation out of control. […] Look, it’s so bad Antifa can’t afford bricks. It is so bad Eric Swalwell can’t afford Chinese dinners.”

    1026. SoHope says:

      NYC, DeSantis had 2 response aimed at the general vicinity of Trump.

      1. “Noise”
      2. “Scoreboard”

    1027. Robbie says:

      Brit Hume
      @brithume

      It seems Trump-branded candidates not only drive Democrats to the polls vote against them, such candidates have the same effect on many Republicans.

      – Strange. Jason fraud assured me the opposite was true.

    1028. Tgca says:

      1048

      Not yet! He knows better! Trump will clean his clock. He will then become persona no grata with millions of MAGA voters and doom himself for the future.

      Besides, he’s too busy still attacking groomers and Disney, as well as Newsom and Adams because of he’s too thin skinned to let things go.

    1029. Tgca says:

      I think it will be fun to watch a GOP primary where Gubbernor Noem will call DeSanctimonius out on his Floreedah COVID BS when just like most other gubbernors, he kept his state locked down or at reduced capacity and then paid people to sit at home for nearly 1,5 years when businesses were dying to hire people, all while racking up the highest per capita COVID death rate of any large state, including CA and NY, even though he had a 3 month advance notice before the worst of COVID hit Floreedah.

      DeSanctimonius can spin his COVID management anyway they want but I can tell you, living here in the eye of the COVID pandemic in south Floreedah, I saw no great difference then what he did the 1st year then what NJ, NY, and PA did, and I traveled back and forth between Floreedah and the northeast so I saw it 1st hand.

      At least gubbernor Noem can actually run on a record of keeping her state open, even when at one point they had a high per capita death rate.

    1030. Tgca says:

      Stoopid GOP gets outsmarted again by Dems on election strategy again as GA Supreme Court unanimously rules against them.

      Now the Dems will have an advantage because most GOP parts of GA are unprepared or resourced for taking advantage of Sat voting.

      Will these IDIOTS ever learn?

      https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/georgia/2022/11/23/id/1097738/

    1031. Tgca says:

      Skanky NY Gubbernor Hochul loses again in Federal Court on trying to ban guns, from private property this time without specific consent of property owners.

      This means anyone carrying a gun on a private property, whether it be a home, store, parking lot, etc would be guilty of criminal offense if there was not a listed sign allowing guns or they did not have explicit consent of the property owner.

      That would pretty much make it impossible to carry a gun anywhere in NY.

      The skank gut struck down again on gun law.

    1032. Cash Cow TM says:

      HEADLINES TODAY

      MSN
      5 LBGTQUEIIEO headlines

      AOL
      5 LBGTQEIEIO headlines
      ****************************************
      But LBGTQ has not quite YET replaced TRUMP headlines

      (including 10% of CA Legislature say they are LBGTQ)

      MSN
      5 Trump headlines

      AOL
      5 Trump headlines

      ###########################################
      Co STILL predicts that gay headlines will soon surpass Trump headlines.

    1033. jason says:

      She is spending too much time with Biden.

      “KARINE JEAN-PIERRE on Biden’s student loan bailout:

      “As you know, uh, we uh, as you know, there uh, we have um, uh, we have um, we have sent this up to the highest, uh, Court of the land, the highest Court of our nation, to make sure that, uh, we move forward quickly.”

    1034. Robbie says:

      Meridith McGraw
      @meridithmcgraw

      According to a source, far-right extremist Nick Fuentes was spotted with Kanye West at Mar-a-Lago. West tweeted last night he met with Trump at the club. West and Fuentes were also seen together at Miami airport.

      – Yet, Jason fraud, Tgca, and a few others desperately want the party to nominate a man who pals around with Nick Fuentes, a grotesque racist.

    1035. Chicon says:

      Maybe Liz will seek the Republican nomination and Robbie will be perpetually engorged.

    1036. jason says:

      Biden has been President for two years, but Amoral Scumbag is posting about who Trump met at a club, and who that person was seen with at an airport.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      And btw, only far left extremists describe people as far right extremists.

    1037. jason says:

      said winning suburban voters wasn’t necessary”

      SoHope is morphing into Amoral Scumbag, who also posts this lie over and over.

    1038. Robbie says:

      Chicon says:
      November 23, 2022 at 6:11 pm
      Maybe Liz will seek the Republican nomination and Robbie will be perpetually engorged.

      – Cry more.

    1039. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 23, 2022 at 6:39 pm
      Biden has been President for two years, but Amoral Scumbag is posting about who Trump met at a club, and who that person was seen with at an airport.

      – Trump’s already announced he’s running for president and he’s the guy you desperately want to be the nominee in 2024. So it’s absolutely important for people to know he’s meeting with a nasty racist like Fuentes. Or do you not have a problem with your man Trump meeting with such a grotesque racist?

    1040. Chicon says:

      1065 is projection.

    1041. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Robbie is excited because Stormy Daniels is back in the news soon to be followed by two of Robbie’s favorites—Avenatti and Omorosa!

    1042. Chicon says:

      Robbie has the complete DVD set of all Stormy Daniels movies. It is a special set, complete with commentary throughout by Michael Avenatti.

    1043. jason says:

      Don’t worry Liz, SoHope and Amoral Scumbag still love you.

      Now, less than six weeks before the conclusion of the committee’s work, Cheney’s influence over the committee’s final report has rankled many former and current committee staff. They are angered and disillusioned by Cheney’s push to focus the report primarily on former president Donald Trump, and have bristled at the committee morphing into what they have come to view as the vehicle for the outgoing Wyoming lawmaker’s political future.

      Fifteen former and current staffers, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations, expressed concerns that important findings unrelated to Trump will not become available to the American public.”

    1044. jason says:

      Or do you not have a problem with your man Trump meeting with such a grotesque racist?”

      Zzzzz… do you have a problem with all the racists and anti-semites and Marxists Biden meets with all the time?

      Of course not.

      Yeah, I don’t care if Trump met Fuentes at a club or if Fuentes was seen at an airport.

      Do you know for a fact what they discussed if anything?

      No? Didn’t think so.

    1045. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag thinks a scumbag like Avenatti is a paragon of virtue and a great model for America, but is upset by somebody Trump “met at a club”.

    1046. jason says:

      nd he’s the guy you desperately want to be the nominee in 2024″

      I would certainly support him if he the nominee, but I actually prefer the Golden Calf.

      The difference between you and me is that if the Golden Calf is nominated, I will support him, while you will be here posting lies and drivel against him you pick up at the far leftist cesspool sites you hang out at.

    1047. jason says:

      “Robbie has the complete DVD set of all Stormy Daniels movies. It is a special set, complete with commentary throughout by Michael Avenatti.”

      He has his Avenatti for President posters behind the TV so he can watch both of them at the same time.

    1048. jason says:

      So it’s absolutely important for people to know he’s meeting with a nasty racist like Fuentes”

      Important to who?

      Nobody cares who Trump met at a club or who was seen with whom at an airport.

      You really are a sick MF.

    1049. Tina says:

      Meanwhile, in hoaxville:

      Tweet
      See new Tweets
      Conversation

      The Bias

      @thebias_news
      BREAKING: January 6th committee staffers are angry at Rep. Liz Cheney for focusing too much on Trump in the panel’s final report and are concerned that important findings unrelated to him are being ignored, The Washington Post reports.
      1:48 PM · Nov 23, 2022
      ·TweetDeck

    1050. NYCmike says:

      “DeSanctimonius can spin his COVID management anyway they want but I can tell you, living here in the eye of the COVID pandemic in south Floreedah, I saw no great difference then what he did the 1st year then what NJ, NY, and PA did, and I traveled back and forth between Floreedah and the northeast so I saw it 1st hand.”

      -Tgca,

      When did children go back to school in person in Florida?

    1051. Gordon Allen says:

      TGCA has become an utter loon on DeSantis.
      This is irrational in the extreme.
      There has to be a vendetta of some sort at work.

    1052. NYCmike says:

      If I recall, my wife’s friends in Florida both sent their kids back to high school in September 2020.

      Is that incorrect?

      That was very different than my son, who was mostly remote into March/April 2021.

    1053. jason says:

      As far as I know Tgca voted for the Golden Calf and would vote for him if he is the nominee.

      That is not good enough for Neville Allen who wants everyone to kneel in awe of the Golden Calf.

    1054. jason says:

      Frankly, I think the Golden Calf in general made good decisions in FL based on the information available at the time.

      There is no question he wanted as few lockdowns as possible and children returning to school as soon as possible and the least masking possible.

    1055. SoHope says:

      Jason, how dare you disagree with Tgca about how bad DeSantis’s COVID response was. It was, as he said, just as bad as NY NJ and PA. If anyone disagrees there could be [dramatic gasp] A CIVIL WAR!

    1056. Tgca says:

      Yes, I voted fur DeSanctimonius on Election Day.

      Knowing what I know of him today, I would vote for him if he were the 2024 nominee as long as he supported and respected MAGA principles and supporters.

      The issue I have with DeSanctimonius is not so much him but his supporters trying to anoint him as the next best thing since George Washington and GREATLY exaggerating his accomplishments and abilities.

      I think Ronaldo has been a good gubbernor, but like Trump, I think he is thin-skinned, gets very defensive, and goes out of his way to try and ridicule and mock his adversaries. Hence, the reason I’ve called him a mini-Trump in the past. Like Trump, he is narcissistic which is not saying much since probably most politicians fall into this category.

      Accept he is a good choice without trying to build him up ridiculously with exaggerations and putting him on a pedestal.

      …and for the record, he has no groundbreaking massive legislation he shepherded in Floreedah that changed the lives of ordinary citizens. I know that! I live here and see no great difference in his accomplishments than say Rick Scott, another good Gubbernor.

      People should stop lionizing DeSanctimonius because they’re soooooo DESPERATE to have someone to latch onto to defeat Biden and friends, especially after the disappointing midterms.

      People set their expectations too high and they’re bound to be disappointed like they were 2 weeks ago.

    1057. NYCmike says:

      “…and for the record, he has no groundbreaking massive legislation he shepherded in Floreedah that changed the lives of ordinary citizens. I know that! I live here and see no great difference in his accomplishments than say Rick Scott, another good Gubbernor.”

      -I throw up in my mouth every time I see “groundbreaking massive legislation” written by someone who is supposedly a Republican.

      I don’t want any legislation most of the time! There are too many laws as it is!

      Get the f*ck out of our lives!

      No massive legislation??

      Good for DeSantis allowing Florida citizens to be FREE!!

    1058. SoHope says:

      Everything Tgca accuses DeSantis of being that’s negative, Trump is even more so.
      Everything Tgca accuses DeSantis supporters of being, Trump supporters have been more so since 2016…”trying to build him up ridiculously with exaggerations and putting him on a pedestal”.

      I kept my mouth shut during the 2020 reelection cycle…it had to be Trump. I understood the reality of the situation unlike others like Robbie/Cheney/ect.

      I kept my mouth shut during the 2022 midterms. Trump wasn’t on the ballot and we needed all hands on deck and it wasn’t even certain Trump would announce. But we lost big and Trump’s negatives are largely to blame. I’m tired of having to defend the undefendable and tired of even the most ridiculous unfair media attacks on GOP endeavors having a seed of truth because of something stupid Trump says or does. Mostly I’m tired of losing.

      Now we are past election time and it’s the beginning of primary jockeying for position. There is nothing wrong with DeSantis fans being vocal, opinionated, and insistent about the merits of their preferred candidate.

      Trump only MAGAs don’t get to light their hair on fire and run down the hall claiming he is the only man that could ever become president (especially after 2020) all the while self-righteously insulting anyone that crows for DeSantis or any other more electable alternative.

      If you believe otherwise you can eat *hit for all I care.

    1059. Tgca says:

      1084

      So if DeSanctimonius should not use his power to help the people, then he’s just a figurehead. Is that your point?

      Then doesn’t that argue he has not done anything great and therefore it’s silly to argue he’s a great gubbernor?

      You don’t distinguish greatness by just being a figurehead and doing nothing.

      Even Reagan used his authority to try and do good for the country.

    1060. NYCmike says:

      Hopefully, if DeSantis is elected President, he will act just like Trump did pertaining to rules and regulations concerning the administrative state……no big legislation needed.

      Trump was fantastic in trying to cut down the size of permanent Wash DC……if only he had gotten that 2nd term!

      If by “massive legislation” you mean law that cuts out red-tape, cuts down on costly mandates, cuts down on a need for federal departments that are duplicated in each state, then I agree with you……..but you usually don’t get that sort of legislation through Congress, because there isn’t enough chance for corruption in those type bills.

    1061. Tgca says:

      1085

      SoHopeLess and Paul must be one and the same. Now it all makes sense.

      Paul:
      You Can All Go To Hell

      SoHopeLess
      You Can Eat *hit for All I Care

    1062. Tgca says:

      1087

      You know what I meant by massive legislation.

      Things that help society and people and not harm them. It was not meant to be wasteful or woke gubbermint programs.

    1063. NYCmike says:

      “You know what I meant by massive legislation.”

      -No, I don’t.

      Almost every piece of legislation has unintended consequences. I would rather any leaders work on actually getting rid of laws first, instead of layering more and more on top of each other. That only allows Democratic judges room to finagle their desires through judicial fiat.

    1064. SoHope says:

      I don’t know who this Paul guy is but if he also thinks Tcga should eat *hit then he doesn’t sound that bad.

    1065. jason says:

      But we lost big and Trump’s negatives are largely to blame. ”

      Yawwnnnn….

      You don’t have to read all of SoHope’s hysteric rant, all you have to do is read that to know it is moronic TDS garbage and drivel.

      Everything is always about Trump. I mean, if it is bad. If it is good it is never about Trump.

      I am also tired…. of this shallow stupid irrational hate and rampant stupidity.

      If you disagree you can GFY.

    1066. Tgca says:

      1091

      SoHopeLess now aligns with Paul.

      He doesn’t realize he just destroyed his reputation.

      IDIOT!

      You mind as well be best buddies with Robbie.

    1067. SoHope says:

      “Well, I think if they win, I should get all the credit. If they lose, I should not be blamed at all,” Trump said without so much as a hint that he was making an ironic joke. “But it will probably be just the opposite.” He predicted that “when” Republicans win he will “probably be given very little credit” despite his involvement in many of the major races, and “if they do badly, they will blame everything on me.”

    1068. SoHope says:

      Jason: “Everything is always about Trump. I mean, if it is bad. If it is good it is never about Trump.”

    1069. Tgca says:

      1090

      We are a country of laws. Without laws, we would not have many of the protections or securities or be able to function as a society.

      I worked in Corporate America for decades and know 1st hand how without certain laws, corruption would be rampant and shareholders and the public would be at risk of fraud and theft without consequences.

      I also lived in areas where companies purposely polluted areas that resulted in sickness and death of the less privileged and would continue to do it to this day if they could get away with it.

      Without many laws, the sick, young, poor, and elderly would have little to no rights and used and abused.

      So though I agree we don’t need laborious, wasteful, and woke legislation, we need legislation to protect people in society because greed is always awaiting.

      I trust no one to be completely honest and do the right thing. Much theft and negligence that is harmful to society happens because people are desperate and will act to protect their own interests before doing the right thing.

    1070. Tgca says:

      SoHopeLess

      You are probably the most negative and pessimistic person here. God, I hope you don’t have kids or they’ll be in therapy for years to come.

      I hate seeing you suffer like this with your TDS.

      Perhaps I can offer you a chair and some rope.

      It might be a better choice for you then so much suffering.

    1071. Bitterlaw says:

      NYC – Tgca is mad that DeSantis has not championing massive legislation. Maybe he wants some rent control in Florida and DeSantis won’t support it. Of course, Trump was not a champion for massive legislation, either. Thankfully.

      As I said before, Trump and every candidate has a record to run on. Trump has people who support him and people who hate him. That does not mean he can’t or should not be the nominee. Every candidate has supporters and detractors as well Those are factors to be weighed. I am not committed to any candidate but I will vote for whomever is nominated in 24.

    1072. Bitterlaw says:

      I see Tgca still finds suicide funny.

    1073. SoHope says:

      1097…Yay I won most negative person Tgca knows. I’ll work to be more positive.
      I’m positively sure Tgca can GFY.

    1074. Bitterlaw says:

      Fired for being white? Well, it is San Francisco so it it ok.

    1075. Tgca says:

      1099

      I don’t find suicide funny but it can be useful at times.

      Like I said before, my mom was always bitter, whining, negative, pessimistic, complaining, playing the victim, etc.

      …and I would say, if you’re so miserable, why live anymore?

      I truly believe if someone is that miserable and suffering, and they see no end to it, why live?

      I would say the same of someone dying of cancer or suffering from any debilitating disease.

      I would certainly have no qualms about it if my nerve disease progressed to the point I could not get around and take care of myself anymore.

      People should have options.

      I’m trying to help SoHopeLess out.

    1076. SoHope says:

      Tgca telling his depressed mom why not kill yourself…suicide can be helpful? Damn, you literally are a piece of *hit. I thought you just had idiotic preferences in politics, but no, you are a horrible person.
      Good to know.

    1077. SoHope says:

      Hope Tgca’s mom doesn’t have a dry turkey. He might pressure her to kill herself…you know because life isn’t worth living if your Thanksgiving Dinner sucks…or something like that. Ask Tgca for details.

    1078. SoHope says:

      Sorry…I just had to circle around 1 more time just because how gross #1103 is. Tgca proudly peddles suicide to sad people (specifically his own mother). What a prick!

    1079. Tgca says:

      1098

      I NEVER called for rent control. My posts were about helping those in need with incentives to provide more affordable housing.

      What’s the difference of providing incentives for housing to the needy and Medicare for the elderly.

      Just like you want to run for Congress and get more laws passed to help those combat suicide, I want to help struggling families find affordable housing without having to move to bad neighborhoods.

      But you would not understand because you’ve lived a life of privilege and never had to do without and be forced to move to a bad neighborhood where your kids were at risk that could change their life for the worse.

      Typical privileged elitist Radnor thinking.

    1080. Tgca says:

      1104. SoHopeLess

      You know nothing about life or my mom. Today she would be put in prison for what she exposed her kids to.

      She was a selfish woman who put herself before her kids her whole life and brought an abusive man into her life to satisfy her own selfish desires to not be alone and let that man beat, ridicule, and humiliate her kids for years.

      Maybe sometime I’ll show you the scar on my forehead from when my stepdad split my head open when I was 5 years old. Or if you have a few hours I can tell you about how many beatings I got with extension chords, kicked to the ground, had my head banged against walls and floors, or had to kneel for hours at a time on my knees facing a wall and beat more if I tried to rest and sit, or beating me as a 2nd grader because I wet the bed when I got pneumonia or being beat in front of my friends and kicked all the way down the block unable to get up like an abused dog in front of neighbors, or when my sister had her face bruised and bloodied with a black eye as a teen or when my brother was dying of cancer and going through chemo my mother cursing him out and telling him he was gonna suffer and die and she could not wait because he deserved it because he was no good like his father or constantly being reminded you were a “spic” and not allowed to sit on furniture and repeatedly reminded as a young child they could put you back in a shelter and leave you there or I’m not your f*ckin father or having kitchen knives thrown at you.

      So if you wish to call me a POS and defend parents like that and give my mother a Mother of the Year Award, fine. It says a lot more about you then me.

      Not often, but I still dream of many of those beatings and humiliations decades later, as I bet my siblings do so yeah, I think my mother was a miserable POS and would have been better off taking her own life than making the lives of her children so miserable so she can have a man and not be alone.

    1081. Tgca says:

      SoHopeLess

      …and for the record, I did not get the worst of it, my older sister did. Routinely beat as much or more than me and called a whore and a slut as an adolescent when she was as young as 11 thru 14 when she was never even let out of the house other than to do errands and she never had a boyfriend until she was an adult and left home.

      Maybe I’ll get you my moms number and you can call her and share in her misery since misery loves company.

      …and maybe you can both share the rope and chair.

    1082. Tgca says:

      HAPPY THANKSGIVING Bishes!

      …except to SoHopeLess

      …I hope your turkey is dry and your stuffing is soggy

      …and you get the runs from too much apple cider.

      Love and Peace!

    1083. Tgca says:

      UNO! UNO! UNO! UNO! Bishes!

      UNO! UNO! UNO! UNO! I thay!

    1084. Gordon Allen says:

      Sakes alive! This place has become a free fire combat zone.
      And fact free as well.
      On to Turkey and sports.
      What is btw the definition of ” massive legislation “??.
      I tried looking it up unsuccessfully.

    1085. Bitterlaw says:

      I was fortunate to be born and raised in a nice town. I only continue to live in a nice town because I studied and worked to stay in that position. Nobody took those classes or bar exams for me. Nobody works 6 days a week for me. I am very fortunate but there is no guarantee that the good fortune continues without making good choices and self-discipline. I know people who started out in a better position than I did who are in difficult times now because of the decision they made.

      I am sorry that your childhood was a nightmare. I am sorry that you’re brother died a painful death and probably a death that could have been avoided or at least put off with better care if you’re family had money. I am sorry that you have suffered a debilitating and painful illness. You also have not had damaged eyesight or taken 40,000 shots so you don’t have a monopoly on physical hardship.

      You have an incredible story of strength and resilience to share. You also have an incredible seething rage within you. You obviously hate women because to you any woman who disagrees with you is a skank or whore. You hate gays and trans people as evidenced by your comments. Even when you make valid points about how LGBTQwhatever push a harmful agenda against children, it is dissipated by your over the top rhetoric.

      I used to hate you. Now I just feel pity towards you.

      Happy Thanksgiving.

    1086. Bitterlaw says:

      Happy Thanksgiving. Even with all of our problems there is no better time to live than now. The past sucked, too. Just ask Walt.

    1087. Brandon says:

      BTW, great job AK GOP losing that House seat for a generation.

    1088. Tgca says:

      1113. Oh Bitter. Bitter Bitter

      I’ll address each of your silly points separately in hopes of EDUMACATING your wee brain since you threw in every instance you could to try and project your own insecurities and miserable existence.

      You really remind me of my mom but luckily, I’ve been through it enough times with her to see your sad attempts to try and lash out and hurt someone, thinking you’re victorious until you fall back into your miserable existence.

      I could just roll my eyes and ignore you but I do get some minor pleasure critiquing and mocking your IGORENTZ.

    1089. Tgca says:

      1113

      1st, I don’t hate women or gays, as I have friends in both. I despise what many in these groups stand for in their beliefs and behaviors they excuse whether it be ABORTION or grooming young children, and I am vocal about it, often in an obnoxiously mocking way.

      That is no different than your constant claims to despise what the left stands for and broad-brushing them as unworthy of your support and passing judgment on them.

      There is no difference. We just focus on different groups.

    1090. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzz. The person most like your mom is probably you.

      Enjoy the day with your fish. I will be with my family.

    1091. Tgca says:

      1113

      2nd, Don’t try to project your feelings of inadequacy and insecurities onto me either. You’re the one that’s claimed numerous times you’ve got decades of rage built up inside and could care less if you live or die, and appear to suffer from depression which you fail to accept is a disease that anyone can get and can also be hereditary, and is very treatable in most.

      I am a pretty happy go lucky fellow and grateful for all I have. I’ve NEVER made those claims you made or even feel them.

      The fact that I’m direct, pushy, in-your-face, and occasionally obnoxious is just part of my endearing Jersey charm including my ability to mock and find humor in most situations because unlike you, I’ve learned there are certain things you can’t control in life so better to laugh than cry about it.

      When life gives you lemons, make lemonade!!!

      No one has ever told me I’m depressing or sad or down in the dumps because I don’t go around projecting that like you.

      I enjoy my life! I’m fortunate and count my blessings. I can afford to eat tofu daily!

      I believe God has put me on this path for a reason and I accept that. I pray daily and never go to bed without giving thanks for my blessings. NEVER!

    1092. Tgca says:

      1113

      3rd, I don’t let my physical limitations from nerve and joint disease hold me back. I could have taken disability until I was 65 and gotten 70% of my comparatively to most high income salary but I chose not to because I learned to live with limitations instead and I can manage it and I enjoyed my career. I’ve had enough handouts in my life early on, I don’t need more. Let others who really need it have it.

    1093. Tgca says:

      1113

      4th, I don’t need your pity!

      Overall, I’ve had a very good life and have said that here many times. My early start may have left some battle scars but I NEVER let it stop me from moving forward or achieving goals I set.

      I consider myself more lucky than most where I came from not because I have more luxuries, savings, or career opportunities but because I’ve been given the opportunity to have experienced many things, good and bad and learn and grow from them and wake up daily looking forward to the day and a delicious tofu meal.

      You seem to not understand there’s a difference between having views based on your past experiences and dwelling on those experiences that keep you from living life.

    1094. Tgca says:

      1113

      5th, I’ve also worked hard, on average of 60 to 80+ hours a week for decades and was able to retire way early because of that hard work and quite frankly, luck too so you have no market on hard work and sacrifices just like I assume many here have worked long and hard.

      But the difference between us is I’m aware of my good fortune and have compassion for others even if I don’t agree with their choices. Not everyone can just pick themselves up by their bootstraps and move on.

      You’ve been born with a silver spoon in your mouth compared to many I’ve known yet you wallow in pity all the time.

      I accept that is part of your manageable mental illness that you refuse to get help for and that is part of what defines you and that is your choice so again don’t project your feelings onto others, as I think most here are pretty happy in their life, whereas that is not your case.

    1095. Tgca says:

      1113

      6th, Your implication that others that have not done well and have only themselves to blame is both ignorant and shows your privilege and lack of compassion for others. Some people need guidance and help because they may lack the fortune you and I have had to get ahead or manage in life.

      Whether someone is physically, mentally, or emotionally incapable of progressing in life as well as others have done does not mean they should be faulted, scorned, or left to rot. They should not be babied either but there are ways to hold people accountable and still have compassion.

      So again, I ask, where is your compassion?

    1096. Bitterlaw says:

      Numerous times? Zzzzzzzzzz I said it once about rage many years ago. Indifference towards life? I have not jumped off any buildings but I don’t live in fear of dying.

      Go back and find the last time I said depression is weakness. It was years before I buried the proof of my wrong opinion.

      Sad little clown can now post hundreds of times while I am out with my family.

    1097. Tgca says:

      1118

      Ha! Ha!

      There you go again, trying to slight someone because you perceive yourself above them and thinking it hurts them and makes you victorious.

      I bet I have a better relationship with my fish then you have with your family.

      Will you ruin their day and force them to listen to you about your decades of rage or how you don’t care if you live or not or whine about your physical limitations while judging others not as fortunate as you as not worthy of compassion because they did not follow your path in life?

      Have you taken the time to thank God for your blessings today or will you just feel sorry for yourself and complain?

    1098. Tgca says:

      1124

      Nah! I think I made my point.

      Go ruin the day for your family.

      They should get combat pay putting up with you.

    1099. jason says:

      Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!

    1100. jason says:

      Anyone agree with my wife that a 20lb turkey is too much for 2 people?

      No? Didn’t think so.

      Besides, I thought there was always a chance some Amish would show up for lunch.

    1101. jason says:

      Switzerland 1 Cameroon 0

      Uruguay 0 South Korea 0 second half

    1102. jason says:

      As I said before, Trump and every candidate has a record to run on. Trump has people who support him and people who hate him. That does not mean he can’t or should not be the nominee. Every candidate has supporters and detractors as well Those are factors to be weighed. I am not committed to any candidate but I will vote for whomever is nominated in 24.”

      Pretty good advice for the TDS and Golden Calf worshipers, Bitter.

      I have a preference for the Golden Calf, not on policy, but just because there is a future with him for the party that doesn’t exist with Trump due to his age. But the Golden Calf will need every single vote from the Trump supporters to win an election. Those proponents of a civil war are idiots.

      Ok, that is all my politics for today. Let’s give thanks that the GOP won the House and let’s hope Walker can win in GA to minimize the risk of ending the filibuster.

      Contrary to Tgca’s wish, I hope Bitter’s turkey is juicy and Tgca has a great day too.

    1103. jason says:

      Uruguay 0 South Korea 0

      Final.

    1104. Tina says:

      Cry harder.

      Ryan J. Reilly

      @ryanjreilly
      ·
      17h
      “We all came from prestigious jobs, dropping what we were doing because we were told this would be an important fact-finding investigation that would inform the public. But when [the committee] became a Cheney 2024 campaign, many of us became discouraged.” https://washingtonpost.com/politics/2022/11/23/liz-cheney-jan-6-committee/

    1105. Tgca says:

      OMG! My dog just WALKED/PULLED me 2 miles around the lake in this 83 degrees, 75% humidity, mostly sunny weather here.

      I’ve worked up a massive manly appetite and think I’ll feast on at least 6 ounces of my famous tofu roast for lunch.

      I saw one neighbor getting his deep fryer ready and I considered letting him know there are other tasty vegan options than his sinful fowl choices but I wasn’t sure if the oil in the deep fryer was already sizzling. Maybe I’ll just leave a note under his door for consideration next year.

    1106. Tgca says:

      1130. Jadon

      You confuse Bitter with SoHopeLess in my post 1110. I only wished SoHopeLess a dry turkey and the runs from apple cider.

    1107. Tina says:

      Come on now. It’s just to help the “Republican” that votes like a drat win. Wake up Ak Rs. Get rid of that voting

      Shipwreckedcrew.substack.com
      @shipwreckedcrew
      ·
      2h
      Maybe the solid Red state of Alaska should re-think the “ranked choice” voting idiocy now that they see how it distorts the outcomes of races they shud win.

    1108. Tgca says:

      Ha! Ha! Ha!

      Meghan Markle Decries Slut-Shaming: Sexuality ‘Very Much Used Against You’ in interview with tranny who is also sharing IT’s experience with Meghan on how women feel because trannies are women too.

      Skanky C or D level actress appears to try to excuse her reported sordid pass by claiming:

      “…claiming men who sleep around get a free pass while women who explore their sexuality face scrutiny.”

      Explore their sexuality? Ha! Ha! Wouldn’t it be easier to just say PROMISCUOUS Meghan?

      Let’s face it, most don’t respect anyone that sleeps around, and generally women are hardest on other women who are promiscuous so perhaps she should ask most women what they think of her past.

      Oh…and this is not me hating women, this is me mocking a woke out-of-touch privileged skank who thinks she’s of importance to society because she married a prince but then whines about how badly she is perceived. Hmmm…

      https://www.breitbart.com/entertainment/2022/11/24/meghan-markle-decries-slut-shaming-sexuality-very-much-used-against-you/

    1109. Tgca says:

      1135

      I think Alaskans look really STOOPID now for sending a woke Dem to Congress for 2 years because they chose a system where potentially coming in 2nd or 3rd means you can win the top spot.

      They deserve what they get just like PA voters deserve Fetterman.

    1110. Bitterlaw says:

      1130 It is also good for the Trump sychophants, MAGA crowd. It is good advice for everybody.

    1111. Tgca says:

      Georgia High Court Reinstates 6-Week Abortion Restriction

      Great news for now!

      I wonder how many babies in GA will be saved from their mom’s otherwise having them heinously murdered.

      This is not woman hating. It’s hating the selfish and murderous acts of certain women.

      https://www.newsmax.com/newsfront/abortion-georgia-restriction/2022/11/24/id/1097809/

    1112. Cash Cow TM says:

      HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

      I am thankful for many things.

      First, I am thankful that we are on the verge of having MORE headlines about LBGTQ than about Trump.

      AOL had 6 of each of these this morning
      _____________________________________

      I am also thankful for mail in voting.

      I am also thankful for the diversity of opinion here at HHR, and that posters can post without being attacked.

      I am also thankful that the Mexicans across the road are working today to put the roof on one of the new houses there

      jason should post that he is thankful for the letter “z”.

      Other Hoggers can post what they are thankful for.

      *********************************

    1113. Cash Cow TM says:

      WUESTION:

      How often do you clean your appliances in the kitchen?

      Walt’s wife has him do that about once a week.

    1114. Bitterlaw says:

      Walt said the first Thanksgiving was ok. The 3rd was booming.

    1115. Tina says:

      Perp walk the liar.

      Zachary Stieber

      @ZackStieber
      ·
      15h
      Dr. Fauci could not recall key details of his actions during the COVID-19 pandemic, @AGJeffLandry says
      https://theepochtimes.com/fauci-could-not-recall-key-details-during-deposition-louisiana-attorney-general_4882634.html

    1116. Tina says:

      Julie Kelly ??
      @julie_kelly2
      ·
      1h
      Now we know why J6 committee keeps delaying report, initially due out in September. Tyrant Liz Cheney wants to omit criticism of law enforcement to focus on Trump. Investigators are unhappy and some quit the committee in protest

    1117. VictrC says:

      HappyThanksgiving to you all!! May each of you have a happy, blessed, fun and great day. I am thankful for all of you and to Dave for creating this blog!!

    1118. Bitterlaw says:

      Only the people who vote for Democrats deserve Democrats in office. The rest of us got screwed.

    1119. jason says:

      130 It is also good for the Trump sychophants, MAGA crowd. It is good advice for everybody.”

      Maybe. But there are plenty idol worshipers here and I don’t know anybody here who is a Trump sycophant or MAGA.

    1120. jason says:

      You confuse Bitter with SoHopeLess in my post 1110.”

      Goddammit that is an egregious error.

      The question can an A-hole cause another A-hole to be eligible for points.

    1121. Tgca says:

      I believe in the spirit and tradition of Thanksgiving. I’m very traditional that way.

      I let others do the Giving and I do the Thanks.

      Seems fair to me.

    1122. Tgca says:

      I’m thankful for many things in life. Too many to list. But here are some key ones.

      I’m thankful for being born and bred in the United States and being an American experiencing all the great things this nation has to give.

      I’m thankful for all the people I ever met, good or bad, because it’s been a tremendous learning experience and taught me so much about human nature and left me with many memories.

      I’m thankful for my pooch. The 2nd sweetest lil’ girl that ever walked this earth.

      I’m thankful for my closest friends that I’ve known for decades, going back to my yootful days and high school.

      I’m thankful for all the friends and acquaintances I still regularly keep in contact through texting and phone that’s gives us the opportunity to share our lives and reminisce about the old days regardless of how far away they may be.

      I’m thankful for Al Gore inventing the internet because it provides me the opportunity to continue with my 1st and true love – the love of learning.

      I’m thankful for Trump for coming on the political scene at the right time and winning the presidency.

      I guess I’m thankful for DeSanctimonius winning 2 terms of gubbernorship in Floreedah, otherwise, we’d be screwed here with Gillum or worse.

      I’m thankful for all the debates, discussions, bantering, and yes fights too at HHR with our many cast of characters that all have something to contribute in their different ways.

      I’m thankful for living in Floreedah where I get to bask in the beauty and warmth with blue sunny skies that allows me to wear my vast collection of fashionable shorts and shirts daily with matching fashionable footwear and socks.

      I’m thankful for the gift of laughter, one of the most bee-yoo-tee-ful feelings we can experience.

      I’m thankful for having a big…scratch that. Sorry!

      I’m thankful for my faith and God that has guided me all these years and lifted burdens from me when needed.

      …and of course, like everyone else, I’m thankful for tofu.

    1123. jason says:

      Portugal 3 Ghana 2 final.

      Brazil 0 Serbia 0 first half.

    1124. VictrC says:

      Jason

      How about Ghana stealing the ball from the goalie with no time left and almost scoring. That would have been EPIC, just Epic and totally would have changed that group in the long run

    1125. Robbie says:

      Chicon says:
      November 23, 2022 at 7:59 pm
      Robbie has the complete DVD set of all Stormy Daniels movies. It is a special set, complete with commentary throughout by Michael Avenatti.

      – Your man Donnie’s endorsements just killed it this election cycle.

      Will you be heading to Washington to watch Oz, Masters, and Tshibaka get sworn into the Senate?

      If not, are you headed to AZ to watch Kari Lake get sworn into office?

    1126. Robbie says:

      Sheeple,Jr. says:
      November 23, 2022 at 7:34 pm
      Robbie is excited because Stormy Daniels is back in the news soon to be followed by two of Robbie’s favorites—Avenatti and Omorosa!

      – That’s a lot better than the life size picture of Trump you have in your bathroom.

    1127. Bitterlaw says:

      2 posters discussing soccer? 2!?!?! This place is going to hell.

    1128. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 23, 2022 at 8:19 pm
      So it’s absolutely important for people to know he’s meeting with a nasty racist like Fuentes”

      Important to who?

      Nobody cares who Trump met at a club or who was seen with whom at an airport.

      – The man who may be president again in 2024 is meeting with a grotesque racist. It’s important and you know it and that’s why you pretend it’s not.

      Are you remotely aware of the views Fuentes holds?

    1129. Robbie says:

      Brandon says:
      November 24, 2022 at 8:07 am
      BTW, great job AK GOP losing that House seat for a generation.

      – NYCmike is pumping his fist in the air. His girl did it. She lost an unlosable race twice in three months. The Tea Party is the gift that keeps on giving for Democrats.

    1130. Robbie says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 24, 2022 at 3:39 pm
      2 posters discussing soccer? 2!?!?! This place is going to hell.

      – Somehow, it’s worse than discussing naval tactics at Midway.

    1131. Tgca says:

      1159

      Silly for parents to blame university for their daughters suicide. Evidently this poor young woman was troubled. People don’t commit suicide because they get a disciplinary letter, especially when no action has been taken on it yet.

      The parents seem to be misdirecting their grief and looking for an escape goat.

      Such a terrible waste. Very sad.

    1132. Bitterlaw says:

      The letter may have been what pushed this young woman over the edge. We can’t know if it did unless there was a suicide note that said that. However, the parents would have to prove that the university either intended to cause her emotional distress, that it knew or should have known that the letter would cause her emotional distress and that it was foreseeable that the letter would make her seek to harm herself. Those elements do not appear to be present here.

      A terrible loss for her parents, family and friends. Impossible for them to ever fully recover from it. They will feel responsible forever.

    1133. jason says:

      Jason

      How about Ghana stealing the ball from the goalie with no time left and almost scoring.”

      He slipped as he stole the ball or would have scored.

      It is goalkeeping 101 to look around you before yo put the ball on the ground.

    1134. jason says:

      Those elements do not appear to be present here.”

      We really are creating a society of “victims”.

      Disciplinary letters cause “emotional distress”?

      Zzzzz…..

    1135. jason says:

      – The man who may be president again in 2024 is meeting with a grotesque racist. It’s important and you know it and that’s why you pretend it’s not”

      This is as important to know as “Joe Biden was seen at a party with grotesque racist Al Sharpton”.

    1136. Robbie says:

      Byron York
      @ByronYork

      Trump, Kanye, Nick Fuentes — No longer a disaster waiting to happen. Now just a disaster.

    1137. Robbie says:

      Watching Jason fraud try and excuse away Trump meeting with Nick Fuentes is comical.

    1138. Robbie says:

      AG
      @AGHamilton29

      Kanye himself has now confirmed he went to Mar-Lago with white nationalist Nick Fuentes and says Trump was “impressed” with him.

      If you don’t understand how disqualifying that is, I don’t know what to tell you.

      – I thought Jason fraud said Trump meeting with Nick Fuentes wasn’t important.

    1139. Robbie says:

      It’s Going Down
      @IGD_News

      Last week, white supremacist Nick Fuentes called for the military to slaughter people in Black neighborhoods.

      “Just send the military in, Do what must be done. Send the military into these Black neighborhoods. They’re never gonna vote for us.”

    1140. Robbie says:

      Will Sommer
      @willsommer

      It’s hard to be shocked by anything anymore, but Charlottesville marcher and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes being hosted at the former president’s resort still feels uniquely bad.

      – Now, I understand why Jason fraud thinks it’s not important Trump met with Nick Fuentes. He marched at Charlottesville and Trump said there were many fine people there.

    1141. Tina says:

      The house Rs need to defund this quickly. It is so overly broad.

      https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/merrick-garland-trump-special-counsel-jack-smith-blunder-rcna58280

      For the first one alone, the attorney general has directed Smith to investigate whether “any person or entity unlawfully interfered with the transfer of power following the 2020 presidential election or the certification of the Electoral College on or about January 6, 2021.”

    1142. Tgca says:

      1161

      It’s silly to think a LETTER caused her suicide.

      She was clearly in an extremely weakened mental state and it appears the university did not know this so they’re not to blame one bit.

      She is to blame for her own actions. No one else. Its ridiculous to blame others.

      What’s next? You can’t give someone feedback at work because they might kill themselves?

      What about getting laid off? Is it the company’s fault if someone kills themself if they’re laid off.

      Sorry to say but the world should not have to adjust to accommodate these extremely unbalanced people no more than drug addicts. We show compassion and help them where we can but we don’t upset the balance of society for the very few that make these extreme choices. She made a choice. It was hers. No one else’s and maybe it was the best choice for her.

      Perhaps her family will donate her organs to someone who actually respects the gift of life and can go on living.

    1143. Sheeple,Jr. says:

      Robbie
      It appears that you have spent Thanksgiving brooding about Trump. Do you not have family or friends in which to celebrate the holiday? poor soul!

    1144. Tina says:

      Phuq you, Rino.

      Doug Ducey

      @DougDucey
      ·
      Nov 23
      All of us have waited patiently for the democratic process to play out. The people of Arizona have spoken, their votes have been counted and we respect their decision.

    1145. Tina says:

      Richard Grenell

      @RichardGrenell
      ·
      Nov 24
      Ducey failed to fix the voting problems in Arizona – 25% of voting machines failed on Election Day 2022.

      Ducey has failed to lead and is now desperate to move on.

      This is what small, weak and selfish looks like. Ducey want$ a new job where the woke needs to sign off on.

    1146. Tgca says:

      Robbie worries about right winger Fuentes but he is ok with Al Sharpton, the radical leftist racist responsible for violence uprising in NYC that led to people being killed being a guest at Dem events and the WH numerous times under Dem presidents and a commentator with various MSM outlets.

    1147. Bitterlaw says:

      In 1161 I stated the legal requirements that would be needed to prove that cause of action. I also disagreed that those elements could be satisfied. I also said the case should be thrown out on a Motion to Dismiss on the pleadings. Does anybody want an explanation about the difference between Preliminary Objections and a Motion to Dismiss and a Motion for Summary Judgment?

    1148. Robbie says:

      Bonchie
      @bonchieredstate

      Letting him and Fuentes on the property shows a profound, continuing lack of basic judgment.

      – Jason fraud says otherwise and he’s never wrong.

    1149. Robbie says:

      Tgca says:
      November 25, 2022 at 10:59 am
      Robbie worries about right winger Fuentes but he is ok with Al Sharpton

      – Really? Where have I said that? Answer: nowhere.

      One thing of which I was certain is you and Jason fraud would go out of your way to defend Trump for meeting with a despicable antisemite and racist Nick Fuentes.

    1150. Robbie says:

      Sheeple,Jr. says:
      November 25, 2022 at 10:52 am
      Robbie
      It appears that you have spent Thanksgiving brooding about Trump. Do you not have family or friends in which to celebrate the holiday? poor soul!

      – Meanwhile, you rewatched video of loser Trump supporters storming the capitol trying to get him declared the winner and thought it was great. You poor soul.

    1151. Robbie says:

      Tina says:
      November 25, 2022 at 10:52 am
      Phuq you, Rino.

      Doug Ducey

      – Kari Lake lost. She was an awful candidate and an even worse person. She’s a failed TV news reader with a bad haircut.

      What makes your support of her so funny is she was a big Obama supporter and even said in 2016 we should vote by cell phone.

      She’s in no way a conservative. She’s nothing but a grifter and huckster.

    1152. Robbie says:

      Robert Barnes
      @barnes_law

      FYI: when in Congress, Desantis followed neocons on foreign policy, globalists on trade & Paul Ryan on budget policy. He even backed eliminating Social Security & Medicare for those under 70. He’d get killed in a general election in 2024. Trump is the only Republican who can win.

      – LOL! The marching orders from MAGA command have gone out and now QAnon lawyer is parroting them. Of course, this Summer he said on Alex Jones’ show Trump and DeSantis had already cut a deal. So what happened? Trouble in MAGA paradise?

      Look for Tgca, Jason fraud, and Phil (when he returns) to parrot this hilarity.

    1153. jason says:

      Hopefully Doug Ducey will never be elected even dog catcher in AZ.

    1154. jason says:

      Ducey failed to fix the voting problems in Arizona – 25% of voting machines failed on Election Day 2022.

      Ducey has failed to lead and is now desperate to move on.

      This is what small, weak and selfish looks like. Ducey want$ a new job where the woke needs to sign off on.

      Exactly.

    1155. jason says:

      Letting him and Fuentes on the property”

      LOL

    1156. Robbie says:

      Maggie Haberman
      @maggieNYT

      Despite some apparent denials from someone around Trump, Fuentes — who has denounced Jews among other groups — was indeed at dinner with Trump at Mar-a-Lago, people have confirmed to NYT

      – Jason fraud will be writing that Fuentes is actually misunderstood and a really good guy before this is over.

    1157. jason says:

      The goal posts have moved.

      Since Amoral Scumbag has no idea of what Trump and Fuentes discussed if anything, we are now talking about “letting him on the property”.

      TDS is truly a horrible disease.

    1158. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 11:37 am
      Hopefully Doug Ducey will never be elected even dog catcher in AZ.

      – What time do Kari Lake and Blake Masters get sworn into office?

      Ducey won two large victories in 2014 and 2018. Lake and Maters lost even though you told me they were the future of the party.

      What happened Jason fraud?

    1159. jason says:

      When Amoral Scumbag actually criticizes Biden for “meeting” with racists and anti-semites that permeate the Dem party maybe we can believe he is actually outraged about Nick Fuentes being “at the property”.

      Nobody was a bigger friend of Jews and Israel and blacks and minorities than Donald Trump as President.

    1160. jason says:

      Sometimes good candidates don’t win.

      I would prefer Kari Lake and Blake Masters 100 times over a weak spineless wonder like Doug Ducey.

      Hopefully we will never hear from him again.

    1161. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 11:42 am
      The goal posts have moved.

      Since Amoral Scumbag has no idea of what Trump and Fuentes discussed if anything

      – This is pure comedy rarely seen at HHR.

      As predicted, Jason fraud is trying to minimize just who Fuentes is and what he believes.

      Fuentes is a nasty racist and antisemite. No sane person meets with him.

      Jason fraud knows this, but defending Trump at all costs demands defending a racist like Fuentes so he’s going to pretend Trump and Fuentes were talking about monetary policy or Middle East peace.

      You’re a joke.

    1162. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 11:46 am

      I would prefer Kari Lake and Blake Masters 100 times over a weak spineless wonder like Doug Ducey.

      – That’s because you’re not the least bit interested in winning anymore. You’re interested in making a point just like NYCmike and his Tea Party buddies.

      Losing with bad candidates means you can stay angry and accuse some nefarious cabal of sabotaging great moral leaders like the guy who said the Unabomber made a lot of good points or the woman who told McCain supporter to get the H$LL out.

    1163. jason says:

      Trump for meeting with a despicable antisemite and racist Nick Fuentes”

      Zzzz.. Trump is neither racist or anti-semite, so what is the point.

      Meanwhile, the Dem party is rife with racists and anti-semites, but Amoral Scumbag still has not even acknowledged Biden is the President.

    1164. Robbie says:

      Maggie Haberman
      @maggieNYT

      Trump met with Fuentes and also spent part of Thanksgiving posting QAnon memes to his Truth Social account.

      – Jason fraud – “Actually QAnon makes a lot sense.”

    1165. jason says:

      You’re interested in making a point just like NYCmike and his Tea Party buddies.”

      Hey Bitter, that should be worth a few points.

    1166. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag actually believes anything Maggie Halberman says.

      Hilarious.

    1167. Robbie says:

      Maggie Haberman
      @maggieNYT

      The Republican Jewish Coalition, which has condemned people meeting with Fuentes in the past: “We strongly condemn the virulent antisemitism of Kanye West and Nick Fuentes and call on all political leaders to reject their messages of hate and refuse to meet with them.”

      – I guess Jason fraud is now going to spend the day attacking the Republican Jewish coalition for being RINOs who don’t understand that Kanye and Fuentes are two of the great thought leaders of our time.

    1168. jason says:

      Notice the only person who ever mentioned QAnon here is Amoral Scumbag.

      I doubt Trump even knows what it is, much less post “memes’ about it.

    1169. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 11:52 am
      Amoral Scumbag actually believes anything Maggie Halberman says.

      – I absolutely do. You should as well. You’d be a lot smarter.

      So are you arguing now that Trump didn’t meet with nasty racist and antisemite Fuentes, or are you arguing it was fine for Trump to meet with Fuentes because he’s just a misunderstood guy?

    1170. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 11:53 am
      Notice the only person who ever mentioned QAnon here is Amoral Scumbag.

      – Your guy Trump is interested in it because he posts about it. I simply mock QAnon and the morons like you who think it’s real.

    1171. jason says:

      The fact Amoral Scumbag has to resort to Maggie Haberman says it all.

      Find a more credible source.

      Until then, GFY.

    1172. jason says:

      Your guy Trump is interested in it because he posts about it”

      Zzzzzzzz…

      The only person who ever mentions QAnon here is you.

      Just a left wing talking point, I don’t know of any conservatives that even know what it is. I doubt Trump does either.

    1173. Robbie says:

      Dan Saltzstein
      @dansaltzstein

      Fuentes, just a couple of weeks ago, on video: “We need a dictatorship.”

      – Jason fraud – “Actually, dictatorships are good.”

    1174. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 11:57 am

      Just a left wing talking point, I don’t know of any conservatives that even know what it is. I doubt Trump does either.

      – Then why did your guy Trump spend Thanksgiving “truthing” QAnon memes?

    1175. jason says:

      Considering his record in office, and his history of being a Dem for years in NY palling around with Schumer and Hillary, Amoral Scumbag has his work cut out for him trying to paint Trump as a racist or anti-semite.

      Good luck with that BS.

    1176. jason says:

      Then why did your guy Trump spend Thanksgiving “truthing” QAnon memes?”

      Only you and Maggie Haberman actually believe that happened.

    1177. jason says:

      Supposedly Kanye West was at Mar-el-Lago to ask Trump to be Vice-President on this ticket.

      Yet Amoral Scumbag seems to think this was some “serious” meeting.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    1178. Bitterlaw says:

      The Tea Party? Zzzzzzzzz so 2010.

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    1180. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      November 25, 2022 at 12:07 pm

      The Tea Party? Zzzzzzzzz so 2010.

      25% of Americans could not afford Thanksgiving Dinner.

      Amoral Scumbag still talking about the Tea Party and QAnon.

      No, its not a coincidence.

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    1182. Robbie says:

      Jonathan Swan
      @jonathanvswan

      Breitbart eviscerates Trump for the dinner:

      https://t.co/E0Z2f7WNFG

      – Breitbart goes full cuck.

    1183. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 12:01 pm
      Then why did your guy Trump spend Thanksgiving “truthing” QAnon memes?”

      Only you and Maggie Haberman actually believe that happened.

      – Jason fraud claims it’s a lie Trump met with Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes.

      Trump to Breitbart: “After the publication of this article, Trump’s campaign provided Breitbart News with this statement from President Trump: “Kanye West very much wanted to visit Mar-a-Lago. Our dinner meeting was intended to be Kanye and me only, but he arrived with a guest whom I had never met and knew nothing about.”

      Poor, Jason fraud. Wrong again.

    1184. jason says:

      Heh..

      Supposedly Trump did not even know who Nick Fuentes was.

      Amoral Scumbag hardest hit.

    1185. Robbie says:

      More from Beitbart:

      “These latest revelations turn what could have been a minor story into a major national narrative, where the GOP frontrunner for president in 2024 — the former president and as of now the only formal GOP candidate for the office in the next election — seems to have met with an open white nationalist, antisemite, and Holocaust denier in Fuentes. Fuentes’ now-shut-down YouTube page is shot-through with racist and antisemetic rants that date as far back as 2014.”

      Yet, Jason fraud spent the last day saying it was no big deal.

    1186. jason says:

      Jason fraud claims it’s a lie Trump met with Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes.”

      Nah, I said it was a lie he spent Thanksgiving posting QAnon memes, which is what serial liar Haberman said.

    1187. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 12:07 pm
      Supposedly Kanye West was at Mar-el-Lago to ask Trump to be Vice-President on this ticket.

      Yet Amoral Scumbag seems to think this was some “serious” meeting.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      – Sane, rational, normal people don’t get within a country mile of Nick Fuentes. The moment Trump and the Secret Service saw he was there, Trump should’ve turned them both away.

      But Donnie didn’t do that because Trump knows the white nationalist crowd is part of his MAGA base.

    1188. jason says:

      What say Amoral Scumbag now?

      Trump didn’t even know Fuentes.

      LOL.

    1189. Robbie says:

      Jacob Rubashkin
      @JacobRubashkin

      Nick Fuentes is one of the most vile, racist, antisemitic, misogynistic public figures today. And the former president/current GOP 2024 frontrunner had him over for dinner.

    1190. Robbie says:

      Jonathan Swan
      @jonathanvswan

      This source is wrong. Nick Fuentes in fact did have dinner with Trump and Kanye at Mar-a-Lago and spoke directly with the former president, per sources with direct knowledge. Story to come on @axios.

    1191. jason says:

      Poor Amoral Scumbag.

      Another Trump “scandal” that doesn’t pan out.

    1192. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 12:42 pm
      What say Amoral Scumbag now?

      Trump didn’t even know Fuentes.

      LOL.

      – Poor, Jason fraud.

      Look at how hard it is for Jason fraud to simply say Trump shouldn’t have been in the same room with Nick Fuentes.

      Jason fraud can’t say it because he can’t bring himself to say Trump made a terrible mistake. Supporting Trump requires total fealty and Jason fraud has submitted.

    1193. jason says:

      Ooooh, Axios.

      Another of Amoral Scumbag’s favorite “news” sources along with serial liar and journalistic fraud Maggie Haberman.

    1194. Robbie says:

      John McCormack
      @McCormackJohn

      Fuentes is a Holocaust denier who has praised segregation.

      His virulent anti-semitism is about the only thing he’s known for. YAF severed ties with Michelle Malkin over her support of Fuentes in 2019.

    1195. Robbie says:

      AG
      @AGHamilton29

      Kanye himself has now confirmed he went to Mar-Lago with white nationalist Nick Fuentes and says Trump was “impressed” with him.

      If you don’t understand how disqualifying that is, I don’t know what to tell you.

    1196. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 12:45 pm
      Poor Amoral Scumbag.

      Another Trump “scandal” that doesn’t pan out.

      – Trump had dinner with Holocaust denier and nasty racist Nick Fuentes and Jason fraud says it’s no big deal. You can’t make it up! That’s why I’ll never quit the site.

    1197. jason says:

      Nobody except Amoral Scumbag cares about Nick Fuentes here or QAnon.

      He is the only one that talks about him.

      Meanwhile, Joe Biden has been President for 2 years, and Amoral Scumbag has yet to admit it.

    1198. Robbie says:

      Jonathan Swan
      @jonathanvswan

      New w @zacharybasu: Trump talks with white nationalist Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago dinner

      https://t.co/XSCZtUicbj

      – “But, but, but it didn’t pan out” Jason fraud yelled into the void.

    1199. jason says:

      Kanye West has mental problems and went to Mar el Lago to ask Trump to be his Vice-President.

      But Amoral Scumbag actually thinks this was some kind of serious meeting.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    1200. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 12:49 pm
      Nobody except Amoral Scumbag cares about Nick Fuentes here or QAnon.

      – Trump does. He just had dinner with him.

    1201. jason says:

      I am reminded of the old Mondale debate.

      “Where is the beef”?

    1202. Robbie says:

      From Axios:

      Ye claims in the video that Trump was “really impressed” with Fuentes because “unlike so many of the lawyers and so many people that he was left with on his 2020 campaign, he’s actually a loyalist.”

      – Jason fraud’s ability to always be wrong is impressive.

      He couldn’t take the easy win and say it was wrong for Trump to have dinner with Nick Fuentes.

      That’s commitment to Donnie. No wonder his goal in life is to wash Trump’s balls.

    1203. jason says:

      President Biden reportedly told Rev. Al Sharpton at a White House event early last month that he planned to run for a second term in 2024. 

      The interaction is said to have happened between the two on September 2, when Biden met with leaders from legacy Black civil rights organizations, including Sharpton.”

      Sound like Biden met with “grotesque” racist and anti-semite Al Sharpton at the White House and HE KNEW WHO IS WAS.

      Amoral Scumbag: crickets.

    1204. Robbie says:

      Maggie Haberman
      @maggieNYT

      A) there are no controls around who can get to this former president, part of the concerns the DOJ has about the way in which he was keeping classified documents B) Missing is a denunciation of Fuentes’ views.

      – Jason fraud – “Trump/Fuentes 2024!”

      If no one cares about his views, why not? Right, Jason fraud?

    1205. jason says:

      I will take Trump’s word for it that he didn’t know who Fuentes was.

      Even Bonchie, who is critical of the meeting, admits as much:

      “Secondly, Trump himself owns some responsibility. If he didn’t know who Fuentes is (which seems probable), he should have sought out that information before allowing him in.”

    1206. jason says:

      Oooh, Maggie Haberman again.

      Amoral Scumbag fails to note the absurdity of trying to link the documents to Nick Fuentes.

    1207. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag accusing me of being an anti-semite?

      Hilarious.

      This is from somebody who thinks Michael Avenatti should be President and admires Al Sharpton.

    1208. jason says:

      Maybe this “scandal” will finally bring down Trump, eh, Amoral Scumbag.

      I am sorry you will be disappointed once again.

      But keep trying, who know, maybe one day one of your left wing stupidities will work out.

    1209. Robbie says:

      RRH Elections
      @RRHElections

      Access to ex-presidents is tightly regulated and the Secret Service would have needed to clear racist, white nationalist, anti-Semite Nick Fuentes long before he would have been anywhere near Trump. Another obvious lie.

    1210. Robbie says:

      Cassandra MacDonald
      @CassandraRules

      Milo Yiannopoulos confirms to me that Nick Fuentes was at the dinner with Trump, and that Trump was “dazzled” by him.

      – “Dazzled”, Jason fraud. Dazzled.

    1211. jason says:

      A deplorable Ultra Maga actually came up with what is really happening in the US while Amoral Scumbag talks about Nick Fuentes and Ultra-Maga.

      https://twitter.com/Kabktb/status/1595510264262164480/photo/1

    1212. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 12:57 pm

      I will take Trump’s word for it

      – Of course, you will. Trump’s your god.

    1213. jason says:

      and that Trump was “dazzled” by him.”

      LOL

      Did Trump himself say that or did somebody named Milos say that.

    1214. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 1:00 pm
      Amoral Scumbag accusing me of being an anti-semite?

      – No. I’m accusing your MAGA god of being a gross, idiot person who has no business ever being anywhere near the presidency again.

    1215. jason says:

      I will take Trump’s word for it

      – Of course, you will. Trump’s your god.

      As opposed to serial liar Maggie Haberman?

      Guilty

    1216. Tgca says:

      Hey Wobbie:

      Do you think it’s wrong that the Bush clan regularly met with and ran in circles with bigoted and homophobic evangelical ministers who mocked the deaths of gays and other groups, blaming them for acts of violence against those groups?

      Is that not hate similar to making anti-Semitic remarks?

    1217. Robbie says:

      Should Nick Fuentes be a speaker at the 2024 Republican convention, Jason fraud?

      If Trump said yes, you’d say he was right.

      You’re a clown who can’t take an easy win saying Trump should be nowhere near Fuentes.

    1218. jason says:

      who has no business ever being anywhere near the presidency again.’

      He was a pretty good President for 4 years.

      So not sure why he “shouldn’t be near the Presidency again” even though I prefer somebody new.

    1219. Robbie says:

      Reinforcements have arrived to help Jason fraud.

      Now, the mas who parrots Trump’s inane attacks on DeSantis is here to say it’s no big deal for Trump to meet with a Holocaust denier and be dazzled by him.

    1220. jason says:

      Waiting to read where Amoral Scumbag takes “an easy win” and says Al Sharpton should not be “anywhere near the White House”.

    1221. jason says:

      Trump is not President, he can have dinner with whomever he wants. I doubt he knew who Fuentes was, and I bet the “dazzled” part is complete BS.

      How is that for an easy win?

    1222. Robbie says:

      Right Wing Watch
      @RightWingWatch

      White nationalist antisemite Nick Fuentes warns that if “the Jews” don’t stop oppressing people like him, it will soon lead to violence: “When it comes to the Jews, every society where sh!t has gone down with these people, it always goes from zero to sixty.”

    1223. jason says:

      parrots Trump’s inane attacks on DeSantis”

      Are they worse than your attacks on the Golden Calf?

      Let’s see:

      – Total bum

      – Clown

      – Trump Clone

    1224. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      November 25, 2022 at 1:11 pm
      Trump is not President, he can have dinner with whomever he wants.

      – And there it is. Jason fraud says it’s perfectly fine for the man who is the leading contender to be the Republican nominee for president in 2024 to dine with a Holocaust denying racist.

      It Jason fraud a while to get there, but I knew he eventually would.

    1225. Robbie says:

      Byron York
      @ByronYork

      According to this report in Breitbart, Trump had dinner at Mar-a-Lago with Kanye, Nick Fuentes, and Milo Yiannopoulos, because a former president, now in another campaign, just can’t have enough disreputable people at the table.

      – Man, even Byron York can’t defend this.

    1226. Robbie says:

      “Trump accidentally had dinner is with Holocaust denying racist” is a great 2024 campaign slogan.

    1227. jason says:

      Here is Amoral Scumbag’s hero and guest at the WH.

      “White folks was in the caves while we (blacks) was building empires. … We built pyramids before Donald Trump ever knew what architecture was. … We taught philosophy and astrology and mathematics before S-crates and them Greek h-mos ever got around to it.”

      Sharpton again: “So (if) some cracker come and tell you ‘Well, my mother and father bl-od go back to the M-yflower,’ you better hold your pocket. That ain’t nothing to be proud of. That means their forefathers was cr-oks.” Sharpton also offered, “If the Jews want to get it on, tell them to pin their yarm-lkes back and come over to my house.”

    1228. JeffP says:

      1253 That is a bunch of BS Jason. Trump knows who Fuentes is. Kanye said the same thing as Milo…that’s why he was invited to Mar A Lago. Being an apologist for Trump is going to get much harder bro. GFY

    1229. JeffP says:

      @CassandraRules wouldn’t make that up. She is a straight shooter.

    1230. jason says:

      JeffP, another TDS turd arrives….

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      @RBReich
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    1232. jason says:

      Trump knows who Fuentes is”

      Let me guess.

      Maggie Haberman?

    1233. Robbie says:

      Ekdahl Press Office
      @EkdahlPress

      Did Ron DeSantis accidentally invite David Duke to dinner last night? No? Hmm.

      – Remember, Trump also claimed to have no idea who David Duke was in 2016. It was a lie then and Donnie is reverting back to his old playbook to cover his tracks this time.

    1234. JeffP says:

      I am glad Kanye confronted Trump on leaving January 6th protesters hanging when he could have pardoned them on the way out. It’s very telling that Trump didn’t.

    1235. Robbie says:

      Bonchie
      @bonchieredstate

      You aren’t this stupid. Fuentes didn’t sit down with Donald freaking Trump without Trump knowing who he was. That’s not how it works.

      – Looks like one of the people Jason fraud quoted to say Trump didn’t know who Fuentes was has now changed his mind. Sad.

    1236. Robbie says:

      Bonchie
      @bonchieredstate

      You don’t just sit down and have dinner with a former president without him knowing who you are. Please spare us the gaslighting.

      – Json fraud the gaslighter.

    1237. Robbie