Open Thread Sunday

    Here is a clean thread for now.

    Posted by Dave at 3:51 pm
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    1. Waingro says:

      Axios: DeSantis shows early state strength in Iowa and N.H. polls

      “DeSantis leading Trump by eight points (45%-37%) in a head-to-head matchup in Iowa and tied with Trump (39%-39%) in New Hampshire.”

    2. Phil says:

      We are almost a year away from primaries and caucuses. Too early. I will say this. If Trump doesn’t start concentrating on issues and shut up about being a victim of election theft in 2020 and current prosecutions he’s going to turn off a lot of voters. I want to know he’s fighting for me or people like me, not always fighting for Trump.

    3. Cash Cow TM says:


      Monkey news

      “As Rich Swarm Costa Rica, Thousands of Monkeys Electrocuted…”

    4. Skippy says:

      Nikki Haley for President!

    5. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil- Trump could easily promote “election integrity” laws and his supporters would know what he means without saying “2020” but he won’t. He did many good things as President. That does not appear to be his focus.

    6. Phil says:

      Agree completely, bitter. Election integrity is for sure worth talking about but shut up about the 20 election…..and he absolutely did do many good things as President. Should be promoting those. Good record to run on….but needs to get over the victimology. I was hopeful he could but just doesn’t look like he’s capable of that. I’ll vote for him in a GE vs Biden, but there aren’t any extra votes in the “poor Donald” pitch. It’s a loser. It just is.

    7. Albertus Magnus says:

      I loved Trump until the end of 2020. His behavior since has proved his critics correct…he is a narcissistic man whose advancing age has rendered him incapable of good decisions much less of being a good president.

      He is preferable to all DEMS but that is as far as I can go with him.

      And it is a pity.

    8. jason says:

      Skippy says:
      March 26, 2023 at 6:00 pm

      Nikki Haley for President!”

      The kiss of death.

      Just as well, I would vote for Maxine Waters before I voted for “You must feel my pain Nikki Haley”.

    9. jason says:

      Damm, the Putin toadies here could get rich!

      “Putin: You too can earn big bucks by fighting in Ukraine”

      Sorry, Tgca, the offer states you have to weigh at least 90 lbs and withstand a 15 mile an hour wind without keeling over.

    10. jason says:

      Erick Erickson may be a terminal TDS moron, but he is right here:

      “We will never be diverse enough, inclusive enough, or equitable enough because if we were, all the DEI employees would lose their jobs. They will always find new grievance to keep their employment.”

    11. Phil says:

      Yeah, Nikki Haley will never get my vote. I read her tweets during the BLM riots.

      Screw her.

    12. Bitterlaw says:

      If Haley supports military aid to Ukraine, she gets my primary vote. If not, no. If she is the GOP nominee, she gets my vote. The Dem will always be infinitely worse.

    13. Phil says:

      Haley – Romney in a skirt.

      No thanks.

    14. Tina says:

      Another thing the warmongers got wrong.

      Richard Grenell

      “One year after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, not one cent of the special fund has actually reached the Bundeswehr. Germany did not meet the 2 per cent target last year and will likely miss it by a good 0.5 per cent in 2023,”




    15. Tina says:

      The cryer is a grifter. Probably selling sheot on the side to the Ukrainians

      Catturd ™

      There’s a shocker.

      Adam Kinzinger Linked to Pro-Ukraine Organization Which Allegedly Scammed People Out of MILLIONS of Dollars… #gatewaypundit via

    16. JeffP says:

      I watched a large portion of Trumps rally in Waco. It was not much about policy at all…it was toxic in my opinion…nothing like 2016 or 2020. There are a lot of important issues. Election integrity is a big one for sure. DeSantis solved that issue in FL.

    17. TIna says:

      Krispy Kreme to Iowa. Gop-e donors are “nervous” given Rds’ performance

    18. Tina says:

      “Ron Dukakis”

      Fox News’ @SteveHiltonx on Ron DeSantis: “Piers and Tucker have completely different views on Ukraine, but Ron Dukakis was trying to agree with them both. It is weakness and incompetence and flip-flopping and pandering all squished into one deeply unserious episode.”

    19. Tina says:

      If the vax is sheot, why is the Florida Governor allowing shots to be administered on Florida grounds?

    20. Bitterlaw says:

      Ron Dukakis? The nicknames just get more stupid.

    21. Phil says:

      The nicknames just get more stupid.


      Someone just make him stop.

    22. Bitterlaw says:

      At least I don’t use coconut oil or drink alcohol and energy drinks.

    23. jason says:

      I read her tweets during the BLM riots.”

      Yep, a Republican candidate for President who panders to BLM while they are burning down cities will never get my vote.

      Hillary was a lot worse than Trump but I still didn’t vote for him 2016 because I didn’t think he was fit for office.

      I was wrong about Trump. Maybe I will be wrong about Haley. You make decision based on the information at hand.

    24. jason says:

      What a load of crap. All that BS about fat and red meat being bad for you has been debunked. Even coconut oil has gone a reprieve, it was the same BS scare about eggs for years.

      Now it turns out lard is one of the healthiest fats you can cook with, and it is making a huge comeback. It is over 60% monounsaturated fat, I am beginning to see a lot more of it in supermarkets, and there is even “designer lard”.

      Grandma was right after all. Cooking with lard was good for you.

    25. jason says:

      “Nolan Thevenet, the owner of Stryker Farm in Pennsylvania, said it wasn’t that long ago that lard was destined for the garbage at his operation rather than a serious way to make money.

      In just a few years, the pig byproduct has suddenly become a hot commodity on his farm as more consumers embrace the ingredient coveted for its flavor and color despite the decidedly unhealthy reputation that has followed it for decades.

      Thevenet said Stryker Farm sells between 100 and 300 pounds of lard a month to consumers, restaurants and health food stores. The going rate for a pound is between $5 and $6, and $8.50 online to factor in shipping costs.

      “All the other parts, the pork chops, bacon, things like that, that’s really what makes the money off the pig but it’s nice to be able to not have to throw that away,” Thevenet said. “There were probably years when everyone was hating on fat when a farm really couldn’t sell that fat and they were throwing it in the garbage. We’re getting more and more requests now.”

      The global lard market revenue was $15.7 billion in 2018, an increase of 2.9% from the previous year, according to a report by”

    26. Bitterlaw says:

      I did not say the cardiologist was right. I was just surprised I didn’t do everything on the bad list.

    27. jason says:

      Go to Amazon and enter “pure lard”

      There is even “Wagyu lard”. Pure Grass Fed Lard. Premium Pasture Raised Lard. Certified Organic Lard.

      Tgca will go wild and throw out the poisonous hydrogenated oils he uses into the garbage.

    28. jason says:

      He is right about energy drinks, deserts and fast food. The first two are full of sugar and fast food is often fried in bad oil and is laden with low quality carbs and more sugar.

    29. Tgca says:

      Various sites reporting wealthy donors are chattering and raising concerns and putting the brakes on DeSanctimonius, mainly for 2 reasons:

      1st, a protracted primary fight with Trump will leave him damaged going into the GE even if he won the primary so perhaps he’s better suited to wait this out to 2028 when there is no Trump competition.

      2nd, he may need more time to groom since he’s had a number of missteps and he’s dropping in the polls. Also, now you’re seeing a lot of anti-DeSanctimonius sentiment creep up from MAGA supporters, as evidenced by on-line comments where often like 80% of respondents criticize him or certain bloggers continually hammer him.

      I think DeSnctimonius is experiencing the same challenges Rubio experienced in 2016. He is the shiny new toy and great hope because he looks good on paper and generates enthusiasm but does not perform well on the fly.

      By the way, a number of sources have been reporting this going back to last year about his lackluster personality. DeSanctimonius is good in controlled scripted pressers with friendly audiences but not so well otherwise.

      He’s not an energetic speaker like say Rubio was at all and definitely not good on the fly.

      He’s much more arrogant, thin-skinned and self-assured too comparing his leadership to the Founding Fathers and now claiming the VP role is unimportant and he is suited only for an executive role like POTUS.

      He’s starting to remind me a bit of John Edwards actually.

    30. Tgca says:

      This is an interesting story and something I heard in these polls they are referencing as well. I would like to see more GOO polls breaking out demographics.

      Trump does significantly better with GOPers who make under $50K and are less educated, as well as minorities while DeSanctimonius does better with GOP elite, those most likely to have TDS too.

      That is very telling for 2 reasons. 1st, it suggests DeSanctimonius is not well-regarded by working class GOP and minorities, as has been previously opined, and 2nd, he seems more tied in with those elite higher income establishment GOP types who have disregard for the working class, just like the Dems, who have a significant block of college educator voters making more than $100K.

      I still did not think DeSanctimonius will win over the working class and minorities in large enough numbers like Trump to carry badly needed states to win the presidency.

    31. jason says:

      I think the Golden Calf can win these voters, he probably has a better chance at that than Trump has of getting the TDS morons.

      But I have also made the point this is not a given, the Golden Calf will have to earn it.

    32. jason says:

      It seems like Trump got booed by his own rallycrowd when he attacked the Golden Calf.

    33. jason says:

      While I abhor the TDS moron attacks on Trump, and I don’t agree Trump didn’t have a coherent message in 2020, message was I am the guy that can return the country to pre-Covid success. And I understand you have to win the nomination first before the GE campaign, but there are only so many bridges you can burn. But much of this is fair criticism.

      Joe Cunningham:

      “But the winning strategy for Trump in 2016 was not making it all about himself. It was about the American people. Many people voted for Trump because Hillary Clinton represented more of the same misery that they had received under Barack Obama. Trump effectively made the case that he was not like them because he wasn’t pretending to be something he wasn’t. He was a rich American who knew the system was stacked against the American people because he used that system to stay ahead.

      He was able to secure the Republican base because he talked about the issues of the moment for them. Immigration, corruption in the system, and other subjects all resonated well with the GOP base. But that wasn’t the message that was presented to his supporters last night, and while his supporters may be eating that message up, the messages heard by those around the country who are hearing about it after the fact is not one that may resonate with them.

      When Trump came down that elevator in 2015, he represented something completely different, and, against all odds, enough people found it appealing enough (or not as horrific as the prospect of Hillary Clinton as president) that they supported it. But Trump was careful to make 2016 about the American people. In 2020, Trump was attacking every single opponent (real and perceived) and had no coherent message, which led to people tiring of his act and choosing someone else.

      In 2024, I get the feeling more people would do the same if Trump continues on his personal vendetta tour. This campaign is not about the plight of the American people, but the plight of Donald Trump. That has a much more limited audience.”

    34. Tina says:

      Any reason why the previous thread was closed off?

      I thought it was Hhrs demise.

      If order 66 is implemented and Hhr terminates, we will need the secret codes for meeting up at a new site.

    35. Bitterlaw says:

      I think that threads have a time limit. 3 weeks was a long time to stay open.

    36. JeffP says:

      34 Tina…I thought the same thing.

    37. JeffP says:

      33 I agree with Joes take. The rally the other day was missing so much of what made 2016 special.

    38. Phil says:



      My point exactly. Trump won’t win a general election making it all about himself. He lost indies by 8 points in 2020 after narrowly winning them against Hillary in 2016. The winning message is to attack Biden on the issues and remind voters of the successes he had during his presidency. Democrats will try to make it all about Trump and his personal flaws. Trump doesn’t need to reinforce their argument by whining about past elections and prosecutions. Voters he needs to win over don’t care about that. Stick to the issues that Biden is vulnerable on – the economy, the border etc. Those are winning issues if he will stick to them.

    39. Tgca says:

      I don’t know how DeDanctimonius energizes MAGA voters by cozying up to the establishment donors they don’t trust or criticizing Trump’s leadership and elevating himself against all others…

      …or how he attracts moderate GOP and Indy women voters once Floreedah passes a 6 week ABORTION ban. I think these women will see it as one step closer to making ABORTION illegal nationally if he pushed such an extreme measure in his own state, then they’d expect him to push for it nationally too or some extreme version of limitation that in essence results in a total ban.

      It’s only anecdotal but I know a few GOP voters here in Floreedah that will not vote for DeSanctimonius, especially due to the 6 week ABORTION ban. I know of one retired GOP woman who believes in reasonable ABORTION limitations but believes this is extreme and is done with him, and I suspect you will see more of this. Floreedah is not MS or AL, it’s like a 53/47 state so I suspect a backlash once this law passes and he signs it.

      I also think he will be hammered on ABORTION over and over in debates and he has to explain, as a man why it’s not an outright ban since many women either don’t find out they’re pregnant by 6 weeks or don’t have enough time to address an unexpected pregnancy. I can see him being lectured by other female politicians about the menstrual process a woman goes through and how he as a man is clueless about it.

    40. Tgca says:

      I could argue the same of DeSanctimonius.

      I live in Floreedah and it seems everyday he is out rallying against trannies and drag queens or gas stoves. As other GOP politicians have noted, he can’t anti-woke his way into the WH. It’s all gimmicks and gross exaggerations with him to try and convince people the issue is bigger than it really is.

      I’m sorry, but we do not have a crisis of trannies and drag queens inappropriateness in Floreedah. His own law enforcement attended does the December Drag Queen show and found no evidence of inappropriate behavior in front of kids yet they are still taking away the business license. WHY? Because it’s a gimmick and he is weaponizing gubbermint against those he disagrees with.

      Though I agree most drag queens venues are for adults, and kids should not be present at these events but it’s the parents who take the kids to them, usually single liberal white women. Should they be arrested and have their children taken away for bad parenting?

      …and as for body parts, go to most beaches, bars, and streets in south Floreedah and you will find women with their tits and asses hanging out in thongs, string bikinis, and often engaging in inappropriate PDA like touching those body parts, sitting on top of their man straddling him and making out. Why are they not closing the beaches then since kids frequent the beach?

      This is what you folks outside of Floreedah don’t get. Yeah, there’s extremes here like elsewhere but it’s very limited and not like DeSanctimonius insinuates.

      I don’t know of one gay person who thinks young kids should be at these adult-themed events. It’s usually the very few radical “squeaky wheel gets the oil” types that blow it up as if it happens everywhere and all the time.

      For Christ’s sakes, young kids are more likely to be sexualized by religious leaders than drag queens, as history has shown us.

    41. Tgca says:

      …and last but not least on this fake outrage on drag queens being a tremendous threat to society, look at entertainers and the music world in particular. Speak about sexualizing kids with acts of sex simulations in performances on a daily basis and shared millions of times daily.

      Rihanna just rubbed her SNATCH and then sniffed her fingers in front of 50 million viewers in the Super Bowl. Should the Super Bowl be cancelled?

      Again, fake outrage in my view to push a political agenda.

    42. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Harvard Harris poll very similar to the last Gallup poll. Republicans are split down the middle:

      This is really interesting. According to this poll 51% of GOP voters think the US is doing too little to support Ukraine.

      Aron Goldman
      Mar 24

      Do you support or oppose the United States government supporting Ukraine until Russia pulls all invading forces from its territory or is defeated on the battlefield?

      Support 67%
      Oppose 33%

      March 22-23, 2023

    43. jason says:

      Should the Super Bowl be cancelled?”

      No, but she should not be invited back.

    44. jason says:

      Heh, Tgca USED to be against ANY abortions.

      But it was all fake BS.

      Now he is against restrictions on abortion.

      ZZzzzzzzz…. clown.

    45. jason says:

      Do you support or oppose the United States government supporting Ukraine until Russia pulls all invading forces from its territory or is defeated on the battlefield?

      Support 67%
      Oppose 33%”

      I think it is sad that a third of Americans don’t support Ukraine.

    46. Tgca says:


      I’m an against ABORTION.

      I just don’t think you can effectively regulate it with extreme measures just like I don’t think you can regulate sodomy, as many conservative politicians have tried over the years, with respect to gays even though sex studies show 40% to 45% of heterosexuals also engage in it at least once or occasionally so STOP defending bad behavior and trying to deflect.

    47. Tina says:

      I missed the trump rally. Caught only bits and pieces of the speech.

      One thing he looks visibly thinner

    48. JeffP says:

      This is disgusting and an indictment on his credibility with the west.

    49. Tgca says:

      …and for the record, I’m also against parents taking their kids to adult-themed events including drag queen shows in bars, concerts where performance artists sexualize their performance, or letting their kids watch R-rated shows and movies.

      …but I don’t think you can regulate it with laws effectively.

      Why don’t the Floreedah GOP go after those instances of sexualization which is much more widespread than drag shows?

      I know why! HOMOPHOBIA!

    50. Tgca says:


      So why do venues promoting Rihanna get a slap on the wrist for being vile and sexually disgusting in front of millions of kids but venues that do drag queen shows in front of a few kids where STOOPID parents bring their kids lose their license?

      Is that not a double standard and discriminatory toward gays?

    51. Tgca says:


      This was brought up months ago and the Zelenskyy sycophants here called it either fake or justified, claiming they were assisting Russia in the invasion which is mostly nonsense.

      Ukraine was also accused of war crimes along with Russia, as has been reported for years.

      This is what corrupt dictators do and the US is funding it just like it funded Saddam Hussein, knowing he was using developing and using chemical warfare in the 80s.

    52. Tgca says:

      Ok. I’m outta here Bishes!

    53. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Russian Orthodox Church under Kirill has all but become a part of Putin’s military. I would ban it too:

      “Kirill has publicly blessed Russia’s invasion of its neighboring nation, even promising forgiveness of sin to soldiers who die in the war. Security services also described finding UOC priests in possession of literature denying Ukraine’s right to exist and contacting Russian intelligence agents.”

      During World War II Father Coughlin had his newspaper shutdown and about got charged with sedition for his pro-Nazi views and actions by the U.S. government.

    54. jason says:

      Ukraine was also accused of war crimes along with Russia, as has been reported for years”


      As usual the Putin toady and lapdog wants to give some moral equivalency between the tens of thousands of documented Russian war crimes against civilians in Ukraine with possible retribution against the Russian invaders.

      There is no moral equivalency. Atrocities occur on all sides in every war, but the Russians are the invaders and they bear ultimate responsibility.

    55. jason says:

      The Russian Orthodox Church under Kirill has all but become a part of Putin’s military. I would ban it too”

      Exactly. This is a fifth column Russian operation promoting Russia’s aggression in Ukraine and Zelensky is entirely justified in shutting it down.

      “UOC priests in possession of literature denying Ukraine’s right to exist and contacting Russian intelligence agents.”

      This is subversion and treason pure and simple.

      Only the Putin stooges support it.

    56. Tgca says:


      Based on your logic, I guess you agree that the US were the invaders in Iraq and they bear ultimate responsibility for atrocities there…riiiiiiiight.

      The atrocities would not have happened had the US not ILLEGALLY invaded Iraq.

    57. jason says:

      The desperation of the Putin stooges is hilarious.

      They are now on the side of the UN and the “Putin Church” to somehow justify Putin’s invasion.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    58. jason says:


      The Iraq invasion was entirely LEGAL.

      But of course your attempt to portray Zelensky as Saddam Hussein and compare the US mission to Russia’s mission is so stupid and ridiculous it does not even merit discussion.

    59. jason says:

      But yes, the US does bear responsibility for any atrocities it intentionally committed against Iraqi civilians. Several members of the US military were prosecuted and convicted of such abuses.

      But entirely different from Russia’s deliberate targeting of civilians, forced exile of civilians and kidnapping of children, bombing civilian infrastructure, torture and rape and other war crimes designed intentionally against the civilian population.

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    61. JeffP says:

      If the clergy broke the law prosecute them. You don’t punish the innocent and parish members. Only a tyrant would go this far at a historic monastery. Even the congress woman from Ukraine is calling it out as alarming.

    62. DW says:

      Its a new thread, and Democrats are still evil for their abuse of children and support of nazi-style surgical experimentation on them.

      If a mother out there was whacked out and strongly wished to be the mother of a wheelchair bound girl, to the point where she asked a surgeon to remove her healthy girl’s legs to make her wheelchair bound, everyone would be horrified and say that society MUST step in to stop this tragedy and remove the medical license of any surgeon who would consider doing such an atrocity.

      But Dems are all for this, if the decision is to remove a girl’s breasts, or a boy’s penis and testicles. These crimes against humanity must be stopped, and children must be protected.

    63. Bitterlaw says:

      The carnage continues. Time for all the talking points to be brought up. There is no answer.

    64. Tina says:

      Don’t worry, Biden did not address todays shooting at an event,

      Rather, he said he heard that there was “choka chip” ice cream available.

    65. Bitterlaw says:

      Police have not announced motive. Here’s my guess:

      1 She was mentally ill.
      2 She was evil.
      3 She was mentally ill AND evil.
      4. It doesn’t matter. The shooter is dead. The dead victims will be buried. Lots of injured/traumatized children and adults.

      Wait for the next one.

    66. Phil says:

      There is no answer.

      Sure their is. Gun confiscation.

    67. Tgca says:


      DeSanctimonius and Floreedah GOP to pass legislation and attach it to the 6-week ABORTION ban, also banning females from owning and operating guns.

    68. Tgca says:

      This article captures examples of the extremeness we are seeing from people in Floreedah overreacting to absurdity about how parents and politicians are offended by schools curriculums.

      i agree there should be no sexualizing of children or having soft-porn books in school libraries but banning assignments on historical figures in the Civil Rights era is NOT CRT..and the statue of David is not porn.

      Certain folks on the right are just as radical as the lefties.

    69. Ina says:

      She is Maga R.

      It’s 2 years and 2 months passed j6.

      She was sent by poot poot.

      Pick one of the three/all 3.

    70. Tina says:

      Let’s bet that the Fib knew about her,

    71. Gordon Allen says:

      DeSantis pushed for a universal school choice program that passed,and he signed today.
      You mean he only cares about Disney?
      Tell TGCA.
      He’s going to push through a Conservatives wish list for Florida. And argue making America Florida.
      Meanwhile Trump rants.

    72. Tgca says:


      Make America Floreedah? Like:

      6-week ABORTION bans
      Outlaw books that show naked statues
      Prevent civil rights stories of AA being taught in school
      Propose legislation that says if we don’t agree with who your party supported 150 years ago, we will ban your party and disenfranchise minority voters today
      Propose legislation to require bloggers to register with state gubbermint agencies if they criticize state politicians and divulge their contributors names and addresses
      Round up illegal aliens provided with Federal temp waivers like cattle and bus them out of the state
      Require info in public universities on LGBTQ seeking behavioral health support, thereby reducing use of such services and risk increasing then harm and suicide
      Take away business licenses if establishments who were not found to violate any laws after an investigation by your own authorities but you don’t like them so take them away anyways
      Refuse to acknowledge victims of mass shootings if they’re minorities
      Push COVID vaxes and CDC policy and then lie about it later.

      That’s the America you think we need? You’re stuck in 1950 Gordy.

      Now I know why you live in a gated community.

    73. Tina says:

      Quote Tweet

      Greg Bluestein

      Gov. Brian Kemp could soon sign a measure to create a new state board with powers to punish or even oust local district attorneys as Republicans seek sweeping oversight over prosecutors they accuse of skirting their duties. #gapol

    74. Phil says:


      Quite a fantasy list you have there. How long did it take you to invent that one?

    75. Tina says:

      Team uni party don’t care.

      Russ Vought

      In Afghanistan and Iraq billions of $$$ of U.S. aid and weapons fell into the wrong hands as a result of mismanagement and corruption.

      We can’t repeat that mistake in Ukraine. @HawleyMO’s amendment to create a special inspector general for Ukraine aid will help prevent that.

    76. Tgca says:

      2 minutes. All things the Floreedah GOP is doing.

    77. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Several polls have come out with numbers almost identical to this one:

      2024 National Republican Primary:

      Trump 50% (+26)
      DeSantis 24%
      Pence 7%
      Haley 5%
      Cruz 2%
      T. Scott 2%
      Pompeo 1%
      Rubio 1%
      Ramaswamy 0%

      Trump 56% (+12)
      DeSantis 44%

      Trump 70% (+40)
      Haley 30%

      @Harvard@Harris Poll

    78. JeffP says:

      63 I agree completely.

      We need to stand up against this transgender atrocity in every area of life…surgeries, sports, business, etc…We need to stand against CRT, Central Digital Bank Currency, ESG, the climate cult, mass surveillance, censorship and every other evil the Woke Commie Dems are pushing. This needs to be all part of the GOP agenda now.

    79. Cash Cow TM says:

      I know you all won’t believe me, BUT…

      when I first heard that the shooter in Nashville was a female “in her teens” I immediately thought:


    80. JeffP says:

      80 I believe you.

      Interesting it was a Christian school. Drove by it several times. My daughter goes to Lipscomb University about a mile and half from there.

    81. Bitterlaw says:

      The killer was, indeed, trans. This story will be off the news after tonight.

    82. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      80. “A heavily armed woman killed three 9-year-olds and three adult staffers Monday at a private Christian school in Nashville before police shot her dead, in a rare mass shooting carried out by a female.”

      That comment did not age well. The shooter appears to have had a “manifesto”, which I am assuming contained all sorts of anti-Christian hate.

    83. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Nashville police chief confirms Audrey Hale identifies as transgender, suggests her trans identify played a role: “We have a manifesto … and a map of how all of this was going to play out.”

    84. Gordon Allen says:

      “73. You need help. Really.
      Move north ,and while doing so wave to the hordes moving here for a better,saner life.

    85. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “El Salvador President Nayib Bukele was not included in the Morning Consult survey, but a recent poll put his approval at 90%.

      It’s been one year since Bukele introduced a state of emergency that allows police to arrest people without charge in order to combat gang violence. Nearly 2% of the population has been locked up.”
      While human rights groups have been appalled, some neighborhoods now feel far safer, the Economist reports.

    86. Paul says:

      Was the shooter born male and transing to woman. Or born female and transing to male?

    87. JeffP says:

      Seeing this type of thing lately.

      “Two of the top communications aides on Trump’s 2020 campaign — @ErinMPerrine & @MattWolking — have signed on to a pro-DeSantis super PAC”

    88. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      This is what happens when the U.S. biggest welfare queen gets involved with the free market. Elon Musk’s wealth was in part amassed from billions of dollars of government subsidies provided Tesla for electric cars and batteries.

      “Elon Musk told employees that Twitter is now worth roughly $20 billion — less than half of the $44 billion he paid for it, The Information first reported

      Twitter employees will be offered stock grants based on that valuation.
      The new valuation is close to Fidelity’s, which has marked down the value of its Twitter stock by more than 60% since Musk bought it,”

    89. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      89. “In spite of that libertarian posturing, the reality is that Musk’s companies have received billions of dollars in US government funding.

      For the better part of a decade, news of large-figure subsidies have cropped up around the SpaceX and Telsa CEO’s companies. In 2015, the Los Angeles Times reported that Tesla, SpaceX, and SolarCity had been granted a cumulative $4.9 billion from various federal agencies.

      An analysis from Grid News published in April of this year found that Tesla has sold off $6 billion in regulatory tax credits — a maneuver which, per the Trefis financial data firm, could have resulted in the company appearing more profitable than it actually is.

      In public, though, Musk has taken a decidedly anti-subsidy stance. Curious!

      In December 2021, he trashed President Joe Biden’s plan to boost the electric vehicle industry with grants.

      Back in 2015, one financial expert warned that eventually, the government coffers would not be so open to Musk.

      “He definitely goes where there is government money,” Dan Dolev, a Jeffries Equity Research analyst, told the LA Times. “That’s a great strategy, but the government will cut you off one day.””

    90. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      To their credit, the Nashville police immediately engaged and killed the shooter. It is possible the staff members and janitor gave their lives trying to protect the children:

      “They heard shots coming from the second level. They immediately went to the gunfire. When the officers got to the second level, they saw a shooter, a female, who was firing. The officers engaged her. She was fatally shot by responding police officers.”

    91. Tina says:

      It was not ultra MAGA?

      D. Vance

      We’re still learning about the horrific shooting in Nashville. But if early reports are accurate that a trans shooter targeted a Christian school, there needs to be a lot of soul searching on the extreme left. Giving in to these ideas isn’t compassion, it’s dangerous.

    92. Paul says:

      So shooter was biologically born female.

    93. Tina says:

      I am sure the fascists can explain this.

      ???????? Mike Davis ????????


      On March 9th,
      testified before
      about Twitter’s illegal collusion with the Biden administration to censor Americans.

      The same day, IRS agents showed up at Taibbi’s doorstep, claiming (pre-textual) issues with his…… Show more

    94. Paul says:

      Tina is to blame. She is female.

    95. Tina says:

      How will the rinos come down on this?

      ck Posobiec ????????

      The media will blame conservatives

      They will blame the laws

      They will blame Christians

      They will blame everyone but the shooter

      They’ve already begun

    96. Tgca says:

      Oh puhleez?

      Go back in your gated community you old bigoted F*ck!

      Get over it! The world is changing and it ain’t the 50s when you grew up and still yearn for the old days.

      Yes, hoardes of folks are moving to Floreedah for the weather and tax-free benefits as they were work from home. We have tons of folks now here from NJ, NY, and PA in south Floreedah now since 2021 driving up the real estate market but they’re still liberals.

      I’ve never seen so many Jersey and NY license plates in Floreedah. If and when their companies force them back into the office, they’ll rent out their new Floreedah homes or sell them for a profit.

      If you have a $150K NYC salary with no state income tax in Floreedah, that’s like $15K to $25K cash in your pocket extra with tax savings in salary and bonus annually.

      That’s why they move here! The vast majority of people don’t move to a state, buy a home, or give up their higher paying jobs for lower paying Floreedah with limited job market specialties because they like its gubbernor who’ll be gone in a few years.

      You’re an IDIOT if you believe that.

    97. Tina says:

      Does Terri Moron know he is victim shaming?

      Quote Tweet

      Jorge Bonilla

      IT BEGINS: ABC’s Terry Moran ties the Nashville school shooting to Tennessee’s recently-passed legislation banning the hormonization and mutilation of minors. The shooter was 28.

    98. Tgca says:


      That’s why females should not have guns!

      Oh wait! She was a male.

      Maybe we should pass a law that says people with VAGINAS shout not own guns but I guess it depends how you define VAGINA too.

      I’m soooo confused!

    99. Paul says:

      If you menstrate, no gun.

    100. Paul says:

      Trump should be locked up for this.

    101. Tina says:

      House needs to shut some $$$ down.

      Anthony Adragna

      One to watch: Hawley getting an amendment vote next week on whether to create special IG for U.S. aid to Ukraine.

      “This would just stand up an accountability structure — a familiar one and an effective one,” he said in an interview.

    102. Bitterlaw says:

      Old bigoted F*ck!?

      Damn. If Gordon was an A-hole, that would be quite a haul of points.

    103. Bitterlaw says:

      Maybe the proposed Special IG for military aid to Ukraine should start by counting all the dead and wounded Russian soldiers plus the destroyed armor, aircraft and weapons.

    104. Tina says:

      We know the warmongers in congress will
      Block it.

      No accountability. Just bs/stolen valor/ghost stories touted by the cryer er Al.

    105. Bitterlaw says:

      The death and destruction in Ukraine caused by Putin’s invasion is real. Don’t tell Tina.

    106. NYCmike says:

      All you need for a unified congressional response is the IG Hawley is asking for…….direct result from the Biden disaster in Afghanistan where we left behind billion$$ of arms…….not sure why this is such a large ask for other “Republicans”……

      Not only would it be good policy, it would make the Democrats have to take a tough vote.

    107. Bitterlaw says:

      The decision to leave Afghanistan and the way we left were disasters. Providing military aid to Ukraine so it can defend itself against Russia’s brutal invasion was the right strategic move for America. Both can be true.

    108. Phil says:

      Accounting for the billions and billions to the Ukraine is somehow unreasonable? Really?

      Oversee the $$? Man, we can’t have that! Oversee where exactly the money is going? Account for it?Naw. If you call for that you are a Putin stooge. Just print the money, send it over, and STFU. Got it!

      What BS.

      Give me one good reason that is not a reasonable and prudent step and give me one decent reason to oppose it.

      This ought to be good.

    109. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      109. I have stated many times I am in favor of increased fiscal oversight and accounting of funds spent in the Ukraine, but Hawley’s bill is political grandstanding. Strongly oppose it. In a wartime situation, the review of what weapons systems are providing and how money is spent need to be discussed confidentially in closed meetings, not the way Hawley proposes.

    110. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Hawley was the only senator who voted against Sweden and Finland joining NATO. However, I was impressed with his running ability, and everyone get a good laugh watching him flee the Capitol during the January 6th chaos.

    111. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      U.S./NATO now can do close surveillance flights in close proximity to St Petersburg and the areas north near Murmansk where the Russian Northern Fleet is located:

      “AU.S. Air Force RC-135V/W Rivet Joint has conducted a sortie inside Finnish airspace for the first time, at least in recent memory, flying opposite the border with Russia. These flights look set to become routine as Finland continues to move through the process of joining NATO, something the country’s leadership decided to pursue following the Russian military’s all-out invasion of Ukraine last year. Today’s sortie highlights how the Finnish ascension to the alliance will allow for expanding already robust efforts to surveil Russia from the air.”

    112. DW says:

      AP: A Fresno, CA woman was detained by police for questioning after approaching ENT surgeon with an unexpected proposition. The woman told the surgeon that she has always wanted to be the mom of a deaf child, and so she asked the surgeon to operate on her healthy daughter and remove her ability to hear.

      Officer Jason Lopez confirmed that the woman resisted arrest and was incredulous during her questioning, saying, “if I had come in asking that they remove my daughter’s breasts they would have done so immediately, and I would have been applauded. What’s the difference if my daughter wishes to identify as someone who is deaf?”

    113. JeffP says:

      This type of bs is not the answer to counter the Uniparty and Vichy GOP agenda.

    114. Tina says:


      2024 National Republican Primary

      • Trump — 52%
      • DeSantis — 26%
      • Pence — 7%
      • Haley — 5%
      • Cheney — 3%
      • T. Scott — 2%
      • Abbot — 1%
      • Noem — 1%
      • Pompeo — 1%
      • Youngkin — 1%
      • Ramaswamy — 1%

      | 3,528 RV | 03/24-26

    115. Tina says:

      Yup, requesting audits of $ to Ukraine makes you Pooty poots twin at Hhr.

      Ridiculous and juvenile.

    116. Bitterlaw says:

      There are only 2 ways for the war to end in a day. Ukraine surrenders or Russian troops leave. I think Trump favors Ukraine surrendering.

    117. Tina says:

      We only have one candidate so far to stop the war.

      There are other candidates that will expand wars. One flip flopped 3 times in a week on Ukraine, just last week.

      Everyone knows it.

      I still wish for Noem and/or Hawley to enter the race. These are my top two choices.

    118. Tina says:

      Given all the sheot left behind in Afghanistan, milk Vanillis incompetency, wokism, and the idiots managing Biden, you damn right we need audits.

      They don’t know who is getting what.

    119. Bitterlaw says:

      The Russians are certainly “getting” it. Check the casualty reports.

    120. NYCmike says:

      #117 – Tina, what are you watching?

      Ingraham says “Steven and I agree on everything……” BUT BUT BUT she wants Trump to focus on the policy, and lay off the Bragg drama and other B.S. that Trump constantly gets into.

      The simple fact is this – people disagree with Trump/Miller that EVERY SINGLE FIGHT has to be fought. Trump with a baseball bat next to Alvin Bragg’s head is so beyond idiotic I don’t know how to process Trump’s thinking there. What was that? Supposed to be funny?

      As for RDS and his “flip-flops”, I would tell him to stick to what he knows, and if he has Rove and any other Bush guy advising him, then that is a YUGE strike against him.

    121. DW says:

      Its another day, Democrats are still evil for being in favor of the permanent, horrific, surgical mutilation of previously healthy children.

    122. Tina says:

      So it’s trumps fault that pawn Hannity did not ask policy questions, according to Laura Boredom?

      She was clueless and it’s obvious was Faux is trying to do.

    123. Tina says:

      I do t know if pawn asked or did not ask, I just cannot watch pawn. So, I don’t know what pawn asked or did not ask.

      Pawn = warmonger mouthpiece

    124. Tina says:

      Once again Hawley leading here. Unjustice won’t do sheot.

    125. jason says:

      $150 billion to fund “climate activists abroad”.

      And some people whine about $100 billion to a really good cause.

      “The Biden administration plans to use taxpayer funds to inspire and support young climate activists in developing countries—even as it acknowledges that young people suffer from “climate-related mental health conditions.”

      President Joe Biden’s U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) last year released its 2022-2030 climate strategy, which outlines a $150 billion “whole-of-Agency approach” to building an “equitable world with net-zero greenhouse gas emissions.” Included in that effort is a pledge to support “behavior change and communications campaigns” that “encourage youth’s active participation” in the climate movement. Young people, the agency says, “have emerged in recent years as key actors … in demanding government action to tackle the climate crisis,” prompting USAID to increase its funding for “youth-led organizations” working to fight climate change in at least 40 partner countries.”

    126. jason says:

      All you need for a unified congressional response is the IG Hawley is asking for…”


      “Audits” are reason #1397 to support Putin’s war crimes in Ukraine.

      Note that EVERYONE supporting “audits” as a way to cut off aid to Ukraine is a Putin toady.

      No, not a coincidence.

      Fortunately, no “IG for Ukraine” is going to pass the House or the Senate.

      You read it here first.

    127. Tina says:

      Rather than mention yesterdays act of terrorism, Wrong Wray mentions this:


      Read a statement from #FBI Director Christopher Wray below:×30-pledge…
      Show this thread

    128. Bitterlaw says:

      A brutal killing of children and adults in a school by a mentally ill person is terrorism now? Zzzzzzz

    129. jason says:

      Everything is domestic terrorism now for the left, so I don’t mind giving them a taste of their own medicine.

      Call it transgender terrorism/

    130. jason says:

      “The first heavy tanks from Britain and Germany have arrived in Ukraine as the nation’s army prepares for a spring offensive against Russian forces.”

      Putin lapdogs hardest hit.

    131. jason says:

      Conceptually, I am not opposed to accounting for militarily aid given.

      However, given the success Ukraine has had in at least blocking the Russians from further gains and the battlefield losses the Russians have suffered, it is pretty clear most of the aid is getting to the Ukrainian military and is being put to good use.

      The Putin lovers are hypocrites. They say well we lost of a lot equipment to the enemy in Afghanistan, the same could happen in Ukraine, but yet they are doing everything to ensure Ukraine loses and that happens. The quickest way to ensure the Russians capture the foreign equipment is to surrender. So spare me the hypocrisy of pretending to be concerned about the equipment while advocating for Ukraine’s surrender.

      If is pretty obvious the “accounting” BS is just some kind of ruse to justify denying aid. When the Putin stooges come up with a legitimate proposal that actually helps Ukraine defeat the Russians let me know.

    132. jason says:

      Tina says:
      March 28, 2023 at 9:20 am

      Yup, requesting audits of $ to Ukraine makes you Pooty poots twin at Hhr.”

      So you support aid to Ukraine if it is “audited”?

      Yes or no?

    133. jason says:

      Tina calls Zelensky a “grifter” but has endearing names for Putin.

      She attacks the Ukrainians who are victims of the invaders and shills for Putin the invader here 24/7.

      Yet she is “offended” at being called a Putin lapdog sycophant stooge.

      You gotta love HHR.

    134. JeffP says:

      Why do Trump supporters still believe Trump is going to clean the swamp?

      In an interview with Hannity last night, Trump defended his decision to make Christopher Wray FBI director and said he chose him at the behest of Democrats and Chris Christie: “I put Chris Wray in because I wanted to have somebody in there that everybody including the other side really wanted. It may not have been the right move. Let’s see, time will tell, okay? But I wanted to have somebody in the FBI, because I’m an honorable guy, I’m an honest guy. I MAY have made a mistake. But I put somebody in that the other side–everybody agreed to”

    135. DW says:

      Bi-partisan bill passed in congress condemning Chinese organ harvesting done on political prisoners.

      But no such bill will be passed in congress condemning organ harvesting done on CHILDREN here in the USA when surgeons harvest the penises and testicles of previously healthy little boys, and breast tissue of teen girls.

    136. Phil says:

      Yeah, Wray was a brilliant pick, Donald. Right up there with your Milley pick. Another winner.

      Trump did some very good things as President. Appointments were not his strong points. He had some real stinkers.

    137. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      One piece of evidence our weapons are getting into the right hands? Ukraine’s battlefield successes follow a basic rhythm. We send weapons to the fight and the Russians lose a ship. We send more/different weapons and they lose soldiers and occupied territory.

      Compare that to Afghanistan, where our weapons sat unused.

    138. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Michael Shellenberger

      @Metairie & I were testifying before Congress on the weaponization of the federal government, an IRS agent showed up at his house. What an amazing coincidence

    139. Tina says:

      You must be unaware that the person wrote a manifesto and targeted Christians, Bl

      That is an act of domestic terrorism.

    140. Tina says:

      And here is the definition


    141. Tina says:

      Realistically Wray was the best that Donald could get. Made during the heart of the Russian hoax and the gop-e would not approve anyone else.

      Buck lies with trump though, Phil.

    142. Bitterlaw says:

      Crazy people write long rambling things. If you want the killer to be elevated to terrorist status, fine. I just think the killer was mentally ill.

    143. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      As a poster on this board has pointed out, there is international outrage, total outrage, over the sabotage of the Nord Stream pipeline. It even went before the U.N. Security Council, and…oh, nevermind:

      “A resolution put forward Monday by Russia at the United Nations calling for an international investigation into the apparent sabotage last year on the Nord Stream gas pipelines has failed to win Security Council support and led to more finger pointing between the U.S. and Russian envoys.

      “I think that after today’s vote, suspicion as to who is behind the act of sabotage on the Nord Stream is just obvious,” Russian Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia said.

      Russia’s draft resolution received only three votes in favor — from itself, China and Brazil. The other 12 Security Council members abstained. A draft resolution needs at least nine votes in favor and no vetoes by permanent members to be adopted.”

    144. jason says:

      Crazy people write long rambling things. If you want the killer to be elevated to terrorist status, fine. I just think the killer was mentally ill.”

      I don’t disagree.

      But we are the point where only conservatives can be terrorists. Left wingers, BLM, Antifa, and people like this transgender “militant” cannot be terrorists.

    145. jason says:

      Nobody cares who damaged the pipeline, in other words.

      Thought so.

    146. jason says:

      The HHR Putin Brigado to stand up and clap for their hero!

      “TALLINN, Estonia (AP) — A Russian court on Tuesday convicted a single father over social media posts critical of the war in Ukraine and sentenced him to two years in prison — a case brought against him after his daughter’s drawing at school opposed the invasion, according to his lawyer and activists.”

    147. DW says:

      I have largely stayed out of the Russia vs. Ukraine debate here. Unfortunately its largely played out on HHR as though it was Mets vs Phillies, or Red Sox vs Yankees.

      This war is horrible and it has MANY losers and no winners. The war is full of victims from both countries, and essentially one man who is responsible for the deaths and destruction of the victims. That man is Putin.

      But I am not a Ukraine cheerleader either. Its government has to be corrupt. How could a country be so poor with all those natural resources?

    148. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      ??149. The Russians are using a facial recognition software to arrest thousands of dissidents:

      “It’s no secret that the Russian government uses facial recognition to keep an eye on citizens. In 2017, the city of Moscow announced the launch of one of the world’s largest facial recognition video surveillance networks. In a news release at the time, Moscow’s Department of Information Technologies said 160,000 cameras across the city – more than 3,000 of them connected to the facial recognition system – would help law enforcement.

      Now a Reuters review of more than 2,000 court cases shows these cameras have played an important role in the arrests of hundreds of protesters. Most of these people were detained in 2021 after they joined anti-government demonstrations, court records show. But after Russia invaded Ukraine in February 2022, authorities began using facial recognition to prevent people from protesting in the first place, according to interviews with more than two dozen detainees and information gathered by a Russian monitoring group. Facial recognition is now helping police to identify and sweep up the Kremlin’s opponents as a preventive measure, whenever they choose.”

    149. NYCmike says:

      “Tina calls Zelensky a “grifter” but has endearing names for Putin.”

      -What “endearing” name does Tina have for Putin?

      And why do you ignore the hundreds of posts where Tina condemns Putin for starting the war?

    150. NYCmike says:

      #150 – Perfect statement.

      DW to be labeled a “Putin toadie” in 3…..2….1……

    151. NYCmike says:

      “Hawley was the only senator who voted against Sweden and Finland joining NATO. However, I was impressed with his running ability, and everyone get a good laugh watching him flee the Capitol during the January 6th chaos.”


      The full video is out there for you to see, NOW that Republicans took over the House. Did you not see it? You still accept what the J6 committee showed as the complete and unedited version of events?

      This attempt to besmirch Hawley is a bit beneath you, don’t you think?

    152. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Ukraine is a huge grain exporter. It also has a strong tech industry, which has played a major roll in Ukraine’s favor in the war. Drones and technology have played a major roll in Ukraine defending against the Russians:

      “Ukraine is one of the world’s major grain producers. The country mainly grows and exports wheat, corn and barley. According to the European Commission, Ukraine accounts for 10% of the world wheat market, 15% of the corn market, and 13% of the barley market. With more than 50% of world trade, it is also the main player on the sunflower oil market.”

    153. Tina says:

      I have always used Pooty poot as putins nickname.

      There is no other nickname that I have used for Putin.

    154. Tina says:

      I don’t care at all for Pooty poor or the grifter. Both are corrupt idiots.

      We need to stay out of being involved in that terriotial spat. Rds first statement was correct. This is a war of deadenders, by Deadenders, and for dead Enders.

      Plus, Biden authorized the Russian incursion. Somehow, many here wanr to overlook that fact.

    155. Cash Cow TM says:

      Walt and his Missus visited the Mississippi Petrified Forest today.

      Walt said he remembered some of those trees. Thought he carved his initials into one of them 35 million years ago.

    156. Bitterlaw says:

      Spat. Another of Tina’s nicknames for a Russian invasion causing death and destruction in Ukraine.

      Tina thinks hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians should be killed or injured because Biden is weak? Got it.

      At least somebody is pulling the right strings to get aid to Ukraine.

    157. Cash Cow TM says:


      “UPDATE: 40 dead in fire at Mexico migrant center near El Paso…

      Lit mattresses protest spirals out of control!”

      But I am sure these immigrants who attempted to enter the U.S. illegally will NEVER be blamed for killing 40 of these attempted illegal immigrants.

      It will be the fault of the U.S., or Republicans, or Mexico, or Trump, or whatever.

    158. Tina says:


      Quote Tweet

      DJ Judd

      Asked to respond to GOP Senator Josh Hawley’s claim he believes Christians were targeted in Monday’s school shooting in Nashville, TN, Biden tells reporters at the White House, “Well, I probably don’t then,” before clarifying, “No, I’m joking– I have no idea.”

    159. Tina says:

      This is a political prosecution and if shoukd never have gone to trial

      BREAKING: Jury in Douglass Mackey trial tells judge they cannot come to a unanimous decision

    160. Cash Cow TM says:

      Does weather woman Ginger Z still go by that name?

      Does that make her a supporter of Putin since his forces paint Z on their tanks and st.u.ff?

    161. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Former Christian school student kills 3 children, 3 staff in Nashville shooting

      Replying to
      Trans man goes to a gun free zone to murder innocent children and staff at a Nashville Christian School. #FixedForYou Now it’s more accurate.

    162. jason says:

      They found some more wood on Oak Island.

      Could be significant, but we will have to wait till next week.

    163. jason says:

      There is no other nickname that I have used for Putin.”

      Oh, I am sure your undying devotion is not new.

      Don’t worry.

    164. jason says:

      Plus, Biden authorized the Russian incursion.”


      Reason #3487 from the Putin lapdogs.

      Putin invaded because Biden told him too.

      Would probably make the top 10 on the ridiculous meter.

    165. jason says:

      The war is full of victims from both countries, and essentially one man who is responsible for the deaths and destruction of the victims. That man is Putin.”

      Yes, Putin is the only one responsible

      But the victims are the Ukrainians. There are no Russian “victims”.

    166. NYCmike says:


      Better to be statesmen like Mitch and Romney and Tillis and Murk and Graham etc etc etc, and speak kindly with their friends across the aisle and the Biden admin accomplices.

    167. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      168. I have to disagree. Russian youths who get drafted and used as cannon fodder I view as victims too. They did not want this, but had no choice.

    168. NYCmike says:

      SDC to be labeled a “Putin toady” in 3….2….1….

      What other retort does jason have available?

    169. Phil says:



    170. Tina says:

      I heart Mayorkas. Keep the illegals flowing in. Elections have consequences.


    171. Paul says:

      Fück Tina.

    172. Phil says:

      Another quality intellectual post by Paul.

    173. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      From Hudson Institute. There is already Congressional oversight on how Ukrainian aid is used:

      “Specifically, Congress mandated the creation of a list of all security assistance and defense articles provided to Ukraine—and enhanced monitoring of that equipment once it enters Ukraine. Congress also mandated that the DoD reports on all end-use of military equipment. As of this writing, the DoD has found no evidence of Ukraine diverting US-supplied defense equipment. This makes basic sense: a smaller, weaker country like Ukraine could not defeat its much larger Russian adversary if Western weapons were not reaching the front lines.

      Indeed, Ukraine’s battlefield successes follow a basic rhythm. In June, the US released Harpoon coastal defense systems to Ukraine. Later that month, the British Defense Ministry announced that Ukraine used this Western system to sink a Russian ship on its way to Snake Island, causing the Russians to abandon the strategic outpost. The HIMARS launcher, first sent last summer, propelled Ukraine’s counteroffensives in the south and east, enabling Ukraine to liberate Kherson and take back major territories in the Kharkiv region. And the US shipment of over 100 M777 Howitzers proved effective against Russian equipment at a time when the Ukrainians were running dangerously low on artillery systems.

      Still, in keeping with its responsibilities, the new Republican majority in the House is standing watch and directing new efforts. Earlier this month, Mike Rogers, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, led a congressional delegation to Romania and Poland to oversee the distribution of Ukraine aid.

      Following the trip, the bipartisan group of lawmakers agreed that they “came away with a clear understanding of the various safeguards the US government, in partnership with the Ukrainians and other nations, have put in place to ensure each article is accounted for and tracked to the frontline of the war.” Because Congressman Rogers sees oversight as a top priority of his committee, he will press the point in an oversight hearing on Tuesday, February 28.”

    174. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Russia and Kazakhstan may soon he going at it. This happened because Russia owes Kazakhstan money:

      “On March 7th, 2023, Kazakhstan seized control of the Biaterek launch complex at the Baikonur Cosmodrome – Russia’s main launch site since 1955. According to statements by KZ24 News and The Moscow Times, the Kakazh government has impounded Russian assets at the Center for Utilization of Ground-based Space Infrastructure (TsENKI), a subsidiary of Roscosmos. It is also preventing Russian officials from leaving the country or liquidating Roscosmos assets. This incident is another example of how Russia’s space program is suffering collateral damage from the war in Ukraine.”

    175. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      177. “According to The Moscow Times, the decision was made because the Russian state company failed to pay its debts to the Kazakh government, which are now over 13.5 billion tenges (2.258 billion rubles; $29.7 million). This debt is part of the “Baiterek” program, a Kazakh-Russian joint venture related to the development of the Soyuz-5 booster. This program was created in 2005 to speed the transition from launch vehicles that rely on highly-toxic unsymmetric dimethylhydrazine (UDMH) – aka. “heptyl” fuel (C2H8N2) – and adopting ecologically safe propellants and launch practices.”

    176. JeffP says:

      138…A question for which I have yet to get an answer from those who want Trump in the White House again: At what point do Trump’s personnel decisions reflect his leadership? I can come up with dozens.

      It’s fine to point out that Trump was undermined by a recalcitrant bureaucracy and corrupt administrative state. But the fact is that Trump had a hand in giving some of those bureaucrats their power. He’s blinded by his love of self, and it makes him a poor judge of character.

      Not only do I feel dread regarding the direction of our country but even a new presidential election cycle on the horizon brings little hope. Trump is nothing more than controlled opposition now.

    177. Tina says:

      Disgraceful. What a pos.

      DJ Judd

      Asked to respond to GOP Senator Josh Hawley’s claim he believes Christians were targeted in Monday’s school shooting in Nashville, TN, Biden tells reporters at the White House, “Well, I probably don’t then,” before clarifying, “No, I’m joking– I have no idea.”

    178. Bitterlaw says:

      How many murdered Ukrainians are acceptable because of Biden’s stupid statement, Tina?

    179. DW says:

      I know someone who was born in the former Soviet Union and has been in and out of Russia his whole life. He has regular contact with people in the country, and yes, the Russian people do not want this. If they speak out in protest they are killed or put into prison where they cannot provide for their families.

      Whenever Russians go through this sort of thing they go into survival mode where every family member does whatever they can to keep the family alive. Sadly there are enough Russians willing to be Putin’s stooges to keep everything under control. But the poor people, the powerless, they do not want this war.

      And Putin is not burning through his elite forces, he is by and large using conscripted men from the far east of Russia to come west and fight the Ukraine war–people Putin considers expendable, and people who are not blood related to anyone in Ukraine.

    180. Tina says:

      You need to ask Biden that question, bl.

      The fact remains that he encouraged an incursion.

      I know that minor important detail gets overlooked here

    181. Tina says:

      Great job here by Biden and the uni party.

    182. Bitterlaw says:

      It gets “overlooked” because it is irrelevant. The relevant fact is that Russia invaded Ukraine and caused death and destruction. You either support military aid to Ukraine or you don’t. Enough with the the justifications, equivocations, and qualifications.

    183. Tom says:

      What Bitter said.

    184. Phil says:

      I don’t know anyone who “justifies” the invasion of Ukraine outside of the Russian government.

    185. Bitterlaw says:

      A good number at HHR justifies cutting off aid. Tina called the war a spat yesterday.

    186. Phil says:

      Justifying cutting off or limiting aid is a far cry from “justification” of the invasion itself. I’ve yet to see anyone (even the bogyman Tucker Carlson) who has defended or tried to in any way defend Russia invading Ukraine or any other sovereign country. Putin has of course but I’ve yet to see anyone else give it the seal of approval.

    187. Bitterlaw says:

      Saying Biden encouraged it or did not warn against it is a justification for the invasion.

    188. Phil says:

      No it isn’t. It’s a fact and doesn’t “justify” anything.

    189. Phil says:

      China warns Taiwan leader not to meet McCarthy in scheduled LA meeting.

      China can suck it.

    190. jason says:

      Putin has of course but I’ve yet to see anyone else give it the seal of approval.”

      Phil doesn’t approve of the Russian invasion but wants to make sure Ukraine cannot defend itself and the Russian invasion is successful.

      I give it the Hypocrisy Award of the Day.

    191. jason says:

      justifying cutting off or limiting aid is a far cry from “justification” of the invasion itself.”


      Aid is the only thing keeping the Russians from winning. If you want it cut off, you want the Russians to win.

      Let’s cut out the BS and try a little honesty for a change.

    192. Phil says:

      …..and I give you the BS post of the day.

    193. jason says:

      I’ve yet to see anyone (even the bogyman Tucker Carlson) who has defended or tried to in any way defend Russia invading Ukraine”

      “Why do I care what is going on in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia?!” Carlson said. “And I’m serious. Why do I care? Why shouldn’t I root for Russia? Which I am.”

    194. Phil says:

      Honesty? You mean like the ridiculous we have to stop Putin in Ukraine to keep him from going into Poland BS you and your friends keep throwing out?

      Yeah. Honesty. Lol

    195. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      March 29, 2023 at 11:19 am

      It gets “overlooked” because it is irrelevant. The relevant fact is that Russia invaded Ukraine and caused death and destruction. You either support military aid to Ukraine or you don’t. Enough with the the justifications, equivocations, and qualifications.”


      The Putin stooges and lapdogs are too ashamed of their hero to admit they want him to win. They would have to admit they approve of the war crimes being committed in Ukraine and the destruction of the country.

      So they come up with 3000 excuses on why he is justified in invading Ukraine and why nobody should do anything to stop it.

    196. Phil says:

      ….or Zelenski’s latest fable. Give me a blank check or American sons and daughters will have to fight in Ukraine. Sorry pal. That has no chance of happening regardless but nice try.

    197. jason says:

      onesty? You mean like the ridiculous we have to stop Putin in Ukraine to keep him from going into Poland BS you and your friends keep throwing out?”

      Actually, no. I think Putin should be stopped in Ukraine because Ukraine is a sovereign country of 40 million people who don’t to be annexed by Russia.

      That the ultimate Putin plan is to use Ukraine’s resources and those of other countries he annexes militarily or defacto to recreate a Greater Russia/USSR is certainly a good reason to support Ukraine, but not the only one.

      And btw, nobody in Europe thinks Phil is right that Russia is not a threat to anybody. Certainly not all the countries increasing military expenditures, aiding Ukraine, and joining NATO.

    198. jason says:

      American sons and daughters will have to fight in Ukraine.”

      A return of a USSR type entity and another cold war would certainly increase the chances of a war in Europe.

      So maybe not in Ukraine but certainly elsewhere.

      The aid we are providing now is much cheaper in terms of cost both in money and lives than allowing Putin to fulfill his territorial/political/economic ambitions.

    199. DW says:

      A federal judge has upheld a lower court ruling in California that the state may consider internet access a “property” comparable to a car or a boat and thereby be subject to property tax, to be levied based on income and other factors.

    200. Phil says:

      Threat to NATO countries? Riiiiight

      You want to make some moral case to get involved in Ukraine have at it but the Putin is going to attack a NATO country is laughable. Putin is an a**hole but he isn’t an idiot. Not completely anyway. He’d like to keep his military…..what’s left of it.

    201. Phil says:

      So Glenn Youngkin is a bigot and shouldn’t be allowed to speak to college students according to 6500 signees of a petition.

      Yeah, Glen Youngkin – reactionary bigot.

      Make it stop.

    202. Bitterlaw says:

      Russia invades Ukraine. Sweden and Finland abandon decades of policy to join NATO. Phil sees no connection.

    203. Phil says:

      Sweden and Finland joining NATO makes it even less likely Russia would move on NATO – the odds of Russia attacking NATO countries was not happening anyway but you know that. Knock off the fear mongering.

    204. Bitterlaw says:

      Why would Finland and Sweden recede decades of being against joining NATO to suddenly join NATO, Phil? Because Putin’s aggressive expansion is a threat. They see it. Why can’t you?

    205. Bitterlaw says:

      Reverse. Not recede.

    206. jason says:

      Asked to respond to GOP Senator Josh Hawley’s claim he believes Christians were targeted in Monday’s school shooting in Nashville, TN, Biden tells reporters at the White House, “Well, I probably don’t then,” before clarifying, “No, I’m joking– I have no idea.”

      Probably an honest answer.

    207. jason says:

      Russians ambassador to Sweden calls Phil a liar…

      “OSLO (Reuters) – Sweden’s foreign ministry said on Wednesday it will summon Russia’s Stockholm ambassador to complain about an “attempt at interference” with the Swedish NATO application process.

      Sweden and Finland in 2022 both sought NATO membership shortly after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and are hoping to complete the process this year.

      The Russian ambassador in a statement on the embassy’s web site said joining NATO made the Nordic countries “a legitimate target for Russian retaliatory measures, including those of a military nature”.

    208. jason says:

      Sweden and Finland joining NATO makes it even less likely Russia would move on NATO”


      Phil thinks it was a coincidence that Russia invaded Ukraine and Sweden and Finland joined NATO?

      Ok, gets the Clueless Award of the Day.

    209. Phil says:

      Why can’t I see it?

      Because for the last 13 months I’ve watched the Russian military in action. Bogged down in Eastern Ukraine vs a third rate military power with no air power. How on God’s green earth would Putin have the capability of taking on NATO? His casualties so far in Ukraine would look like a tea party compared to what he’d suffer in any suicidal attack on any NATO nation.

      Look, like I said, you want to make an argument that we have some moral imperative to ukranians from death and destruction, fine. I get that. What I don’t buy for a minute that Russia has the military capability of successfully invading NATO territory. You really think Putin believes that for a minute?

    210. Bitterlaw says:

      The leaders of Finland and Sweden believe Russia is a threat. Phil does not. Hmmmmm. Who to believe?

    211. Phil says:

      No, I don’t think it’s a coincidence at all.

      The question is does Russia have the military capability of successfully invading NATO countries. They don’t so quit acting like they do.

      It would be a slaughter. Little Big Horn part two….but you know that.

    212. Phil says:

      Who to believe? Easy. Believe your lying eyes over the last year.

    213. Bitterlaw says:

      Finland and Sweden think Russia has that capability. I trust them over Phil’s assessment.

    214. Phil says:

      It’s a lot more than just my assessment….but you know that too.

    215. jason says:

      And of course Phil ignores that a Greater Russia is not only a military threat, but politically and economically too.

      The USSR never actually invaded NATO countries, but the threat was enough that we spent trillions in troops and weapons to defend against the threat.

      Annexation of Ukraine, combined with what already happened in Belarus and would happen as Putin expands his influence to other former Soviet republics, gives Putin access to tremendous mineral, agricultural and other resources. As Russia becomes a stronger power, it will have economic and political clout over many NATO countries and will be able to exact concessions even if not by military force.

      There is a big picture here. This was never about the Donbas or Crimea. And it needs to be stopped now.

    216. Phil says:

      NHL May cancel LGBT night as growing number of NHL players refuse to wear LGBT jersies.

      NHL players must be bigots.

    217. jason says:

      It’s a lot more than just my assessment….but you know that too.”

      You mean there are more isolationists with there heads in the sand/up Putin’s ass as they claim from their bunkers that “Russia is not a threat to anyone” despite all evidence to the contrary?

      Who knew?

    218. Tina says:

      It’s not “justification”. However it is a fact.

      No one here justified Biden’s stupidity.

      However I noticed that this fact was forgotten by some.

    219. Tina says:

      Correct pooty poot is bogged down. China is a greater threat militarily and economically. Ccp is threat number One.

      Then the mullahs

      Then pooty poot.

    220. DW says:

      Make no mistake about this…

      If the USA was Russia, and the Democrats had the same power as Putin, Christians would be viewed as very expendable, disposable people.

      They would use Christians as cannon fodder on the front lines, they would use live Christians as forced organ donors for others, and they would remove all children from Christian homes to indoctrinate them in the religion of big government.

    221. Bitterlaw says:

      Are you ok, DW? You are not working on a manifesto, right?

    222. jason says:

      Correct pooty poot is bogged down.”

      Tina just swooped down and stole the Hypocrisy Award from Phil.

      And why is your dear leader “Pooty” bogged down, pray tell?

      Would it be because of military aid to Ukraine?

      A friend wants to know.

    223. jason says:

      Tina says:
      March 29, 2023 at 2:14 pm

      It’s not “justification”. However it is a fact.

      No one here justified Biden’s stupidity.”

      No, it IS justification, just like every one of your dear leader “Pooty” talking points.

      And Biden did not tell your friend “Pooty” to annex Ukraine, he implied (stupidly) that he was ok with Russia keeping some separatist areas it already occupied, which is different from “inviting” a full scale invasion.

      But even if he had sent a letter saying “Dear Vlad, please invade Ukraine”, it is still wrong and still has to be stopped.

    224. jason says:

      I love it when the hypocritical Putin stooges here take credit for Russia getting “bogged down” but fail to acknowledge it is only because the Ukrainians have been getting tens of billions of dollars in equipment and support to make that happen.

      And that is why they want aid cut off, because they know it will ensure victory to “Pooty”.

    225. jason says:

      China is a greater threat militarily and economically.”


      Let’s see when push comes to shove who here will favor the US going to war to defend Taiwan.

      I bet Tina will quickly find some term of endearment for Xi and become his greatest fan, while switching to Trudeau as the “greatest threat”.

    226. NYCmike says:

      ““Why do I care what is going on in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia?!” Carlson said. “And I’m serious. Why do I care? Why shouldn’t I root for Russia? Which I am.””

      -Year of this comment, please.

    227. NYCmike says:

      Putin is not a conventional threat to us or Europe, the last year has shown that.
      Putin is the reason this war is happening.
      Ukraine needs our military aid to continue their fight.
      We should have a full accounting of all material sent to Ukraine, where/whom it is going to, and the results of its use.

    228. Pitchaboy says:

      Nothing has changed here. The country bumpkin is still issuing blank checks.

    229. jason says:


      Why, does it make any difference when he began supporting Putin?

      Ukraine was already fighting against annexation of its territory by the Russians in 2019.

      But we don’t have to go back to 2019 to prove Tucker Carlson is a sniveling little Putin stooge do we?

      We can look at video of Russian state TV and seem him featured prominently spouting pro-Putin talking points.’

      “Russian State TV Using Tucker Carlson Clips to Promote War as Unrest Grows
      By Anders Anglesey On 9/25/22 at 6:27 AM EDT”

    230. jason says:

      Pitchaboy says:
      March 29, 2023 at 3:25 pm

      Nothing has changed here. The country bumpkin is still issuing blank checks.”

      Nothing has changed in the country club.

      The “educated genius” is still trashing the working class because he KNOWS what is best for them.

    231. jason says:

      Here is the only “accounting” that matters.

      KYIV, March 29 (Reuters) – Ukraine struck a railway depot and knocked out power in the Russian-occupied city of Melitopol deep behind front lines on Wednesday amid growing talk from Kyiv of a counterassault against Russian forces worn out by a failed winter offensive.

      Ukraine’s exiled mayor of the city confirmed there were explosions there. Russia’s state TASS news agency, citing Moscow-installed officials, said a railway depot was damaged and power knocked out to the city and nearby villages.

      The city is at the far edge of the range of Ukraine’s HIMARS rockets and within reach of newer weapons it is said to be deploying, including air-launched JDAM bombs and ground-launched GLSDB munitions promised by the United States. Russia said it shot down a GLSDB on Tuesday, the first time it has reported doing so.”

    232. Tina says:

      JUST IN – Manhattan Trump grand jury set to break for a month due to a “previously scheduled hiatus” — Politico

    233. Phil says:

      Pretty clear what Bragg is doing. The left realizes Bragg got way over his skis with a turkey of a case. He’s pulling back and stalling waiting for one of the other cases against Trump to move forward.

    234. NYCmike says:


      Why, does it make any difference when he began supporting Putin?”

      -According to jason, and the mainstream media, context doesn’t matter anymore.

      I love this place!

    235. DW says:

      Bitter, I am perfectly fine, thanks for asking.

    236. DW says:

      Pope Francis (Communist, Vatican City) has been hospitalized with a lung condition.

      He is 86, and if you haven’t seen his picture lately, he is way overweight, and does not look healthy at all.

    237. Tina says:


      Quinnipiac Poll: Do you think the Manhattan DA’s case involving former President Trump is mainly motivated by politics or mainly motivated by the law?

      Motivated by Politics: 62%
      Motivated by the law: 32%

      GOP: 93/5
      Dem: 29/66
      Indy: 70/26

      March 23-27, n=1,788

    238. PresidentPaul! says:

      The congressmen are trying to ban VPN’s. These ppl really are worthless to society.

    239. PresidentPaul! says:

      America’s dumbest senator Josh Hawley wants 20 years in jail and 1 million dollars fines for looking at tiktok and using VPN’s.

    240. Phil says:

      Elizabeth Warren is no longer in the Senate?

    241. PresidentPaul! says:

      It gets worse

      “Still want to ban China’s Tik Tok?

      Details of the new “Tik Tok Ban” Bill have emerged. Essentially, any platform that uses the internet in some way would fall under regulatory control – Gab, Telegram, etc. If you – an ordinary person – reaches a certain level of influence, you would be required to get a license, much like the current FCC Regs for shortwave radio. Then, it gets worse..

      If you, the author or influencer, engages in commentary that is deemed harmful to US National Security, you can face up to a 20 year prison term and a $1 Million fine. What is defined as “harmful to US National Security?” So-called White Supremacy has been deemed a threat… White Nationalism… Christian Nationalism… in essence, advocating for your people (if you are White) and/or Biblical virtue can land you in prison based on this new law.

      Unsurprisingly, the ADL was invited to help draft this legislation.”

    242. jason says:

      America’s dumbest senator Josh Hawley”

      Senators Hirono and Whitehouse take exception.

    243. jason says:


      Why, does it make any difference when he began supporting Putin?”

      -According to jason, and the mainstream media, context doesn’t matter anymore.

      I love this place!”

      Context? LOL

      “Why do I care what is going on in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia?!” Carlson said. “And I’m serious. Why do I care? Why shouldn’t I root for Russia? Which I am.”

      The “context”? Huh, he is rooting for Russia.

      Pretty clear “context”.

    244. PresidentPaul! says:

      he age of Truth is up on

      I’ve always assumed Ukraine is some sort of giant money laundering operation if dementia Joe is involved in it.

    245. NYCmike says:

      jason as usual just reacts because it is Bunu making the comment.

      If Hawley and Congress goes in such a direction, I am opposed to any action at all.

      We DO NOT NEED the government having such control!

    246. Tina says:

      Paulo Ryano hardest hit.


      2024 Republican primary polling trends by Fox News Poll (A-)

      • Trump — 43% (+15)
      • DeSantis — 28%
      • Pence — 7%
      • Haley — 7%
      • Cheney — 2%
      • Abbott — 2%

      • Trump — 54% (+30)
      • DeSantis — 24%
      • Pence — 6%
      • Cheney — 3%
      • Haley — 3%
      • Abbott — 2%

    247. jason says:

      NYC, what is the “context” of Russian State TV featuring Putin stooge Tucker Carlson on their programming.

      Is it because of his pro-Putin talking points or is it because he is pro-Ukraine?

      Hint: not a trick question.

    248. jason says:

      jason as usual just reacts because it is Bunu making the comment”

      No, I think Hirono and Whitehouse are dumber than Hawley.

      Sue me.

      I don’t link to anything Bunu posts, btw, so I had no opinion on it. I limited my comment to him calling Hawley the dumbest senator.


    249. PresidentPaul! says:

      “WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. Republican Senator Rand Paul on Wednesday blocked a bid to fast-track a ban of popular Chinese-owned social media app TikTok, which more than 150 million Americans use, citing concerns about free speech and uneven treatment of social media companies.

      I think we should beware of those who use fear to coax Americans to relinquish our liberties,” Paul said on the Senate floor. “Every accusation of data gathering that has been attributed to TikTok could also be attributed to domestic big tech companies.”

      Republican Senator Josh Hawley had sought unanimous consent for a TikTok ban bill. “It protects the American people and it sends a message to Communist China that you cannot buy us,” Hawley said, adding the app is spying on Americans.”

    250. PresidentPaul! says:

      Maybe don’t sponsor bills w Mark Warner, and then josh Hawley wouldn’t have these problems.

    251. Phil says:

      Damn, I completely forgot about Hirono….makes Pocahontas look like a genius.

    252. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      229. “I love it when the hypocritical Putin stooges here take credit for Russia getting “bogged down” but fail to acknowledge it is only because the Ukrainians have been getting tens of billions of dollars in equipment and support to make that happen.”

      Totally agree. A person has to be in total denial not see it.

    253. PresidentPaul! says:

      We have bigger problems than Putin to worry about here in the USA when the Biden’s are in charge.

    254. PresidentPaul! says:

      Giant distraction IMO for the American ppl to be worrying about Ukraine when Joe Biden is the White house.

      No one trusts that guy running the military or foreign policy

    255. jason says:

      My view is that Tik Tok should not be banned but if it is an information tool for the CCP it should be prevented from doing that.

    256. jason says:

      PresidentPaul! says:
      March 29, 2023 at 7:46 pm

      We have bigger problems than Putin to worry about here in the USA when the Biden’s are in charge”

      Sorry moron, the world doesn’t stop because Biden is President.

      You deal with the threats and situations that arise no matter who is President and no matter who is running the military.

    257. PresidentPaul! says:

      You like Biden more than Putin?

      I’m kinda a neutral on Putin since he’s across the river but I know I hate Biden.

    258. jason says:

      Fat scumbag Chris Christie says he wouldn’t vote for Trump.

      Well, I wouldn’t vote for him for Bittersville dog catcher.

    259. jason says:

      “Neutral on Putin”

      Not surprising from someone who is “neutral” on the Holocaust.

    260. PresidentPaul! says:


    261. jason says:

      Hey Bunu, how many millions of people does Putin have to displace and how many hundreds of thousands does he need to kill, how many cities, schools and hospitals does he need do destry and how many more children does he have to kidnap before you lose your “neutrality”?

    262. Tina says:

      They have to block that bill. It is a uni party bill.

    263. PresidentPaul! says:

      I support Biden going to Ukraine and fighting if he wants so we can be rid of him.

    264. jason says:

      PresidentPaul! says:
      March 29, 2023 at 8:10 pm


      No Bunu, no one has forgotten you are a flaming anti-Semite who tried to paper over the Holocaust by alleging “only 800k Jews were killed”, and later tried to take it back by saying you meant “only in Germany”.

      No one has forgotten your support for Palestinian terrorists.

      And nothing has changed, as your attack on the ADL on this very thread proves.

      Go back to Infowars or Stormfront or whatever other Nazi cesspool you hang out in.

    265. PresidentPaul! says:

      Trump promises to end Ukraine conflict in 24 hours

    266. PresidentPaul! says:

      “He accused President Joe Biden’s administration of not even trying to negotiate with President Putin.

      “It is no coincidence that the ‘deep state’ [a conspiracy term, according to which there is a coordinated secret group in the US that influences public policy – ed.) has haunted me even more since I promised to end the war in Ukraine,” Trump said.

      He said he could end the war “very quickly” once elected president.

      “When I say yes, I will get a settlement very quickly… I will have a settlement within 24 hours. Standing before you today, I’m the only candidate to make that promise. I will stand in the way of the Third World War we are heading for,” Trump said.

      Trump also called the investigation against him a “witch hunt” and compared it to “the horrors of Stalin’s Russia”.

    267. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Christian School attacked by a Maniac”

      Exactly what happened.

    268. PresidentPaul! says:

      Trump was never a deep state candidate like some of these people who are empty shells.

      I still think Rand Paul would be an excellent president though,

    269. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      271. So will the Russians be withdrawing from the areas of the Ukraine they occupied after the 2022 invasion, or is Trump planning on becoming the 21st century versions of Neville Chamberlain?

    270. PresidentPaul! says:

      We left something undone; we gotta fix it

    271. Bitterlaw says:

      Trump’s plan to get a peace deal in 24 hours is probably so stupid it is better he never says it out loud. It is also probably pro-Putin.

    272. PresidentPaul! says:

      You can’t Stump the Trump yet again.

    273. PresidentPaul! says:

      Too bad Elon can’t run. He’d win in a landslide.

    274. PresidentPaul!!!!!!!!!! says:

      If the deep state wants to keep rigging the game against conservatives then why should any of us support their bullsh$t in Ukraine. No thanks. I guarantee you tax money is going right into Hunter’s bank account you just don’t know it yet-

    275. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Let’s do a reset, go back several decades,and start talking about global cooling again:

      “SAN DIEGO — It’s been a brisk year for San Diegans, with lowest average temperatures breaking 52-year records, according to data from the National Weather Service.”

    276. PresidentPaul! says:

      Steal an election and make us all send our tax money to Hunter.

      what a scam they have going.

    277. JeffP says:

      Brazil and China make a deal to ditch the dollar today. Foreign policy has the Newton Law effect.

      So when China, Russia, Brazil, South Africa, India, North Korea, Iran, and Saudi Arabia all ditch the dollar. Which is the plan.

      World War might not be too far away.

    278. JeffP says:

      238 The Fulton County case might be the strongest.

    279. PresidentPaul! says:

      Alf explained on Pysh podcast yesterday what’s going on with the bank bailouts.

      It’s a convoluted form of yield curve control (assets to the moon)

    280. PresidentPaul! says:

      Patriot 2.0 aka the Restrict Act designed by Democrat Mark Warner and Republican Josh Hawley

    281. PresidentPaul! says:

      Trump throws absolute bombs at Desantis and Mitt Romney for support WW3

      ***Absolute fire**************************

    282. Bitterlaw says:

      Tgca leaves. Bunu appears. Can’t get a break.

    283. PresidentPaul! says:

      Hehehe I saw that clip of Graham earlier but there was a bunch of other interesting stuff so I skipped it.

    284. PresidentPaul! says:

      Neocon Chris Christie says he will never vote for GOP if Trump is the nominee.

    285. PresidentPaul! says:

      Last chance to to buy bitcoin and get it off the exchanges boys…….the clock is ticking down

      The Washington lords and barons closing the exits to pen you in to the fiat ponzi.

    286. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      This is disgusting:

      “Minneapolis Public Schools will be hosting a “Gender Resource Fair” for elementary school students next month.

      The local teachers union promoted the event on Twitter, calling it a “very cool event for families and their gender-creative kids.”

      Very cool event happening next month for families and their gender-creative kids at Loring Elementary!

      — MFT 59 (@MFT59) March 23, 2023

      The event will include a drag queen story hour for children and a presentation from Dr. Angela Kade Goepferd for adults. Goepferd is the director of the “gender health” program at Children’s Minnesota, which provides puberty blockers, hormones, and menstrual suppression drugs to kids.

      In a September 2020 TedTalk, Goepferd claimed that kids as young as three can know they are transgender.”

    287. Phil says:

      Gender creative kids?

      Oh brother.

      Make it stop!

    288. PresidentPaul! says:

      Holy #$%^ I thought things were overly woke when I was in college, but I was good enough at blending in among the sheep. Have to keep your views to yourself when you have no power.

      I wonder if such a feet is even possible now days.

      Now days you have to master Orwell language and double think rather than just keeping your mouth shut.

    289. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “On Tuesday, Hawley, who is 43 years old, demanded that the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security examine the shooting, which was carried out on Monday, as a hate crime committed against Christian believers.”

      On this one I totally agree with Hawley. This looks like an anti-Christian hate crime.

    290. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “A fundraiser for slain Nashville school custodian Mike Hill, a father of eight affectionately known as “Big Mike,” has collected more than $350,000 in just one day — over 14 times its goal.”

    291. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      214. “Because for the last 13 months I’ve watched the Russian military in action. Bogged down in Eastern Ukraine vs a third rate military power with no air power.”

      Phil, how can you say that? Have you forgotten that Trump referred to Putin’s invasion of the Ukraine as the act of a ‘genius’. Trump claims it was a ‘savvy move’.

      “I went in yesterday and there was a television screen, and I said, ‘This is genius.’ Putin declares a big portion of the Ukraine — of Ukraine — Putin declares it as independent. Oh, that’s wonderful,” Trump said in a radio interview with “The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show.” “He used the word ‘independent’ and ‘we’re gonna go out and we’re gonna go in and we’re gonna help keep peace.’ You gotta say that’s pretty savvy.”

    292. Tina says:

      The uni party and war mongers said this would not happen.

      JUST IN – China, Brazil strike deal to ditch U.S. dollar for trade.

    293. Bitterlaw says:

      Breaking News – Leftist Government of Brazil ties economic future to communist dictatorship.

    294. Phil says:


      Well, Trump is Trump. He has said a number of dumb things. That one would be at the top of the list for sure.

      Anyway, I’d say the Quinnipiac Poll this week showing 62% believe that if charges are brought against Trump it would disqualify him from running for President effectively dooms his being elected….and he will be charged, if not in NYC then in Georgia or by the Biden Justice Dept. Should he be? No, but if only 38% think he should run with charges that effectively dooms him in any GE. It is what it is.

    295. Bitterlaw says:

      Not sure why women even bother to compete any more in anything when their hard work means nothing.

    296. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      301. Maybe so, but Trump is resilient. Doubt he is down for the count. The suppose New York indictment has turned into a fiasco.

      I am not a Trump fan, but have zero tolerance for those trying to us the legal system to prevent him from running.

    297. jason says:

      If the deep state wants to keep rigging the game against conservatives then why should any of us support their bullsh$t in Ukraine.”

      Could qualify as best non-sequitur of they year.

    298. DW says:

      “gender creative kids” –these people doing this to children are evil. What they really mean is impressionable kids that we can get away with violating and robbing their innocence, and hopefully pressure into having their genitals permanently mutilated so they will never be a biological parent.

      Nazis were convicted and punished for such experiments on children after WWII.

    299. PresidentPaul! says:

      The continuous stream of bad news is keeping prices low for some very large buyers with unstoppable appetite. The momentum is real.

    300. Bitterlaw says:

      Bunu returns after a long absence to promote a sham currency. I guess his promotion of gold did not work out.

    301. Pitchaboy says:

      While Slo Jo is making Ukraine great again(MUGA), the US Navy is getting depleted in the Pacific, Brazil and China are pooping on the dollar and the petrodollar is losing steam. The country brutes March on ……..

    302. Waingro says:

      2024 National Republican Primary

      • Trump — 40%
      • DeSantis — 35%
      • Pence — 5%
      • Haley — 5%
      • Pompeo — 1%
      • Sununu — 1%
      • T. Scott — 0%
      • Christie — 0%

      • DeSantis — 54%
      • Trump — 46%

      Marquette (A/B) | 381 RV | 03/13-22…

    303. Tina says:

      When is another $50 billion due to the grifter?

      Mitchie and the boys will fast track it.

    304. PresidentPaul! says:


      Did you see Trump absolutely destroy Desantis yesterday?

      ***Absolute fire**************************

      Once the American people realize that Desantis is supporting dementia Joe it’s over.

    305. Tina says:

      The Reckoning ????

      The “Nation in Decline” narrative combined with the “fixed on day one” narrative are an extremely powerful one two punch.

      As the Ukraine War and economic hardships continue to worsen and become less and less popular, that narrative combination will get stronger and stronger.

    306. Bitterlaw says:

      Another post supporting Putin winning from Tina.

      NYC – Military aid to Ukraine is preventing Putin from winning. Opposing that aid increases Putin’s chance of winning. Is that clear enough for you?

    307. PresidentPaul! says:

      Wrong. Biden is the laundering the money to Hunter just as he has in the past.

      The democrats have their children working for Ukraine including Pelosi Jr, romney and Kerry.

    308. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      March 30, 2023 at 9:54 am

      Bunu returns after a long absence to promote a sham currency. I guess his promotion of gold did not work out.”

      He will soon start shilling for terrorists and denying the Holocaust again.

    309. PresidentPaul! says:

      Trump praises Nashville police response, says the shooter’s aggression was caused by gender hormone treatments and that’s why he banned trans in the military

    310. PresidentPaul! says:


      Trump gets more than half of Fox poll

    311. Transparent Dem Teacher says:

      “Okay class, lets all gather around, we are going to hear today from a great role model, a person who was born a man but pretends to be a woman. “She” is going to read you stories and convince you how normal “she” it, and how much “she” wants to be your role model.

      Then after the session, we will line you up so you can put your name on a list of little boys who really wish you could be girls so you can grow up and become a mommy, and little girls who really wish you could grow up and be a daddy. Our school also has surgeons standing by waiting to operate on you so you can have your genitals mutilated–but don’t worry, it will all be okay and you will never regret it. You know how much I care about you as your teacher. We will keep this from your parents and so it will just be a secret between you and me.

    312. Tina says:

      I read here that it was already all accounted for.

      Senator Vance Press Office
      on the Biden admin refusing to answer questions about Ukraine funding:

      “The administration has been very resistant…I’m not sure if it’s because they have no idea where those $120 billion have gone or if they just don’t want to tell us.”

    313. jason says:

      NYC – Military aid to Ukraine is preventing Putin from winning. Opposing that aid increases Putin’s chance of winning. Is that clear enough for you?”

      NYC has opened another front on his longstanding war with himself.

      He supports aid to Ukraine as long as Biden is not President. He supports aid to Ukraine as long as no aid is actually provided. He opposes Putin annexing Ukraine as long as nothing is done to prevent it.

    314. jason says:

      I’m not sure if it’s because they have no idea where those $120 billion have gone or if they just don’t want to tell us.”

      These are the same people who say Russia is “bogged down” in Ukraine.

      But they are two despicable and too dishonest to explain why that happened.

    315. jason says:

      RNC Research
      Joe Biden laughs when asked if he believes Christians were targeted in yesterday’s horrifying Nashville school shooting”

    316. jason says:

      Warner is a moonbat, strange that he is taking this stance. Biden must have pissed him off.

      No greater insult to a Democrat than to call them worse than Trump.

    317. Gordon Allen says:

      Our teddy bear,sneaker providing pal XI has flatly declared in public speeches now that he is preparing China for war.
      Literally in those terms.
      Who do you think he’s referring to?

    318. Phil says:



    319. jason says:

      Yes, despicable.

      Anyone who tries to use “Russia is bogged down” or any other reference to the fact Russia is incurring large losses or failed to reach all of its objectives without crediting that to the aid Ukraine is receiving is a despicable hypocrite.

      If the shoe fits, wear it.

    320. jason says:

      When is another $50 billion due to the grifter?

      Mitchie and the boys will fast track it.”

      Hope springs eternal.

      Sorry the aid is hindering victory for your icon “Pooty”.

    321. jason says:

      Tina calls legitimate President and Ukrainian resistance hero Zelensky a “grifter”.

      Putin, who is a ruthless and corrupt dictator and is guilty of ordering the invasion of Ukraine and the consequent carnage, destruction and war crimes gets the endearing “Pooty Poot”. How can anyone named Pooty Poot even harm a mosquito, right?

      Hopefully, there is a special place in hell for Putin supporters.

    322. Tina says:

      Despicable, liar.

      Liar , despicable.

      Rinse and repeat.

    323. Transparent Dem Teacher says:

      “Oh wasn’t that a wonderful time with our special guest, the person who was born a boy and now pretends he is a girl?

      I am so pleased that we had nearly full participation in our class. Nearly every one of you signed up asking for your genitals to be mutilated by the surgeons next door who will start immediately after our lunch break.

      But I am disappointed that there are a few of you who did not sign up. You all know how much I like it when there is full participation in class assignments. So I will pass the papers around one more time giving you another chance to sign up.”

    324. jason says:

      Sorry, find another word.

      You already own “despicable”.

    325. jason says:

      Tina calls legitimate President and Ukrainian resistance hero Zelensky a “grifter”.

      Putin, who is a ruthless and corrupt dictator and is guilty of ordering the invasion of Ukraine and the consequent carnage, destruction and war crimes gets the endearing “Pooty Poot”. How can anyone named Pooty Poot even harm a mosquito, right?”

      Where is the lie, exactly?

    326. jason says:

      Tina shills for Putin and attacks Zelensky here 24/7, but whines when called on it.

      Sorry, no free lunch.

      And btw, still waiting for an answer…

      “Correct pooty poot is bogged down.”

      Tina just swooped down and stole the Hypocrisy Award from Phil.

      And why is your dear leader “Pooty” bogged down, pray tell?

      Would it be because of military aid to Ukraine?

      A friend wants to know.”

    327. jason says:

      Tina and CDM could author a children’s book together.

      “Pooty Poot and his mischievous adventures in Ukraine”

    328. Pitchaboy says:

      Bidey Bide is running out of dough for our Navy. Could it be because he is MUGAing? JJ loves to have it both ways.

    329. Bitterlaw says:

      As a public service announcement, do not accept invitations to send photographs to boost Russian morale. It could be Ukrainian hackers!

    330. jason says:

      Zzzzz… hopefully the “Educated Country Club Genius” knows more about medicine than he does about appropriations.

      Aid to Ukraine has ZERO to do with funding for the Navy.

      The Navy is not running out of money. The question is whether the Administration is requesting enough funds for the Navy to remain competitive in regard to global threats is a completely separate issue.

    331. Pitchaboy says:

      Oh yeah, I forgot. We have this Ukrainian pot that is flush with cash. And that other ugly pot with a 31 trillion dollar hole. Our own financial guru JJ says do, the Michael Milken of HHR. And we all know how great MM was.

    332. jason says:

      Phil is right, the measly amount of aid to Ukraine is nothing compared to the 31 trillion dollar hole.

      If we are going to cut wasteful spending, I can probably think of 1,000 things I would cut before I cut aid to Ukraine, where as even Putin toadies like Tina and Phil admit, we are seeing results.

      What about the trillions for which we see no results, or even worse, negative results like higher inflation?

      Let’s face it, the Putin lapdogs don’t care about the money, they know it is peanuts, there main objection is that it is not allowing Putin his quick victory.

    333. Tina says:

      Yup let’s leave the border wide open

      Deplete our military,

      Fund the grifter.

    334. Tina says:

      The spending $120 plus billion has not helped inflation. It has helped ignite higher inflation.

    335. jason says:

      The Putin stooges admit “Putin is bogged down”.

      They know it is because of the aid that has poured in from the US and Europe, but they are too dishonest to admit it.

      They want to cut aid so the situation can improve for their icon Putin.

      This is not rocket science.

    336. Tina says:

      In other news,

      The q anon shaman has left jail. He is in a halfway house.

      This was scheduled release, and had nothing to do with the despicable tape of the police escorting him and opening doors around the Capitol with staged photographers all around.

    337. PresidentPaul! says:

      Biden is the enemy and Putin is the distraction.

    338. Tina says:

      Despicable, lie.

      Lie, despicable.

      Election have consequences

      Rinse and repeat.

      Garbage in garbage out.

    339. jason says:

      “The spending $120 plus billion has not helped inflation. It has helped ignite higher inflation.”

      Zzzzz… they spent at least 40 times as much on Covid related boondoggles and “infrastructure”.

      At least the $120 billion has brought tangible results, and the equipment will need to be replaced, creating jobs and revenues.

      Much more effective and useful than the pork spending that is mostly wasted.

      Of course, if the Putin stooges have their way and Putin wins, it WILL be wasted.

    340. Tina says:

      Can they open fire?

      Transurrection in Tennessee capitol.

      Where are the Russian hoaxer and the Hillary bot?

    341. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      339. All the politicians in San Diego supported the lockdowns. They even closed major parks, like Balboa Park. Things fell apart when the large BLM demonstration took place — which I think in part happened because they provided a means to escape the lockdown.

      Nathan Fletcher once was a conservative Republican. He worked in the office of Congressman Duke Cunningham, who went to jail for corruption. Fletcher later formed a relationship with Lorena Gonzalez a Democratic legislative leader and union hack. He ended up divorcing his wife to marry Gonzalez, About that time he became a Democrat. Now he has cheated on her also, and claims alcoholism as a major factor.

      I actually knew Fletcher. He had a good personality, and was a Marine Corp veteran. But he had a lot of issues growing up in a dysfunction family. His initial divorcee from his first wife and ending up with Gonzalez ended any erespect I had for him. It was clear his life was spinning out of control and he had become a mannequin for his union-boss wife.

    342. jason says:

      Biden is the enemy and Putin is the distraction”

      No, Putin is the enemy, Biden is a distraction.

    343. jason says:

      339. All the politicians in San Diego supported the lockdowns”

      I remember there were some supervisors who were opposed to him.

    344. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      353. There was a Board of Supervisor member named Jim Desmond who represented northern San Diego County who opposed the lockdowns. He was the only Republican on the Board of Supervisors. He is the lone voice against the craziness.

    345. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      353. Believe Diane Jacob was also on the Board of Supervisors at the time. She was a Republican from East County. She also expressed opposition to the lockdowns. Jacob was the elected office holder I most admired in San Diego County — incredible person with high integrity.

    346. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      339. When I was referring to all the politicians in San Diego supporting lockdowns, was referring to the city of San Diego, which is now solidly Democratic.

    347. Transparent Dem Teacher says:

      “Lets see, do we have everyone back in the classroom? …16, 17, and 18. Yes, that is everyone. See I told you that it wouldn’t be that bad of a surgery to have these kind doctors mutilate your genitals. Johnny, you have a question? Oh sorry, I forgot, you are Johanna now.”

      “Yes, teacher, I don’t know what to do. I just woke up from the surgery and I feel like I need to go to the bathroom, but I looked in my pants and its not there…how can I go with out it? Can you tell the surgeon to put it back?”

      “You don’t understand Johanna, this is permanent. I know you are only six years old, but clearly you were old enough to know what you were doing when you signed the paper with your red crayon.”

    348. PresidentPaul! says:

      Trump Indicted By Manhattan Grand Jury Over Porn Star Hush Payment

      (The Neocons finally catch a break)

    349. PresidentPaul! says:

      Bolsonaro lands in Brazil and is now facing criminal charges.

      Any pro-American candidate like Trump will be thrown in jail, and GloboHomo gets to steal the election to promote the Ukraine fraud.

    350. PresidentPaul! says:

      O well if Trump is jail, we can finally elect President Paul!

    351. Phil says:

      Banana Republic

    352. Tina says:

      He rather mouse around with Mickey.


      Historical moment. During times like these you don’t want to look small. Especially if you’re a prominent Governor and presidential hopeful.

    353. Andrew says:

      What a truly great day for America!!

    354. Robbie says:


      I propose a cage match between Jason fraud, Tgca, Phil, and Tinfoil to see who gets the first meeting with Trump in the conjugal visit trailer.

    355. PresidentPaul! says:

      DeSantis=Biden 2.0

    356. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “The weaponization of the legal system to advance a political agenda turns the rule of law on its head.

      It is un-American.

      The Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney has consistently bent the law to downgrade felonies and to excuse criminal misconduct. Yet, now he is stretching the law to target a political opponent.

      Florida will not assist in an extradition request given the questionable circumstances at issue with this Soros-backed Manhattan prosecutor and his political agenda.”

    357. Phil says:

      Politically speaking, a very smart statement by DeSantis.

    358. Tina says:


      See new Tweets

      Ron DeSantis

      The weaponization of the legal system to advance a political agenda turns the rule of law on its head.

      It is un-American.

      The Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney has consistently bent the law to downgrade felonies and to excuse criminal misconduct. Yet, now he is stretching the law to target a political opponent.

      Florida will not assist in an extradition request given the questionable circumstances at issue with this Soros-backed Manhattan prosecutor and his political agenda.
      3:55 PM · Mar 30, 2023

    359. Tina says:

      Rds statement should have been given last week.

      It’s moot, as trump will surrender himself

    360. PresidentPaul! says:

      If they get him into a jail holding, they will probably epstein him.

      Anyone not deep state candidate is a problem.

    361. PresidentPaul! says:

      Hillary did same violation last year but it was swept under the rug.

    362. Bitterlaw says:

      Deep State? Zzzzzzzzzzzz

    363. PresidentPaul! says:

      BREAKING LEAK: Trump Hit with 34 Counts Related to Business Fraud!

    364. PresidentPaul! says:

      “The US Is Now a Third World Nation” – Trump UNLEASHES on “Thugs and Radical Left Monsters” and Communist Left in Second Statement Following Political Indictment

    365. Bitterlaw says:

      Trump should fly to New York, find the nearest police station, walk in and say, “Arrest me, mf-ers. Bring it!”

    366. Gordon Allen says:

      The jury pool in Manhattan might be such that there will be a conviction.
      Then what?
      Is Trump now in Florida?
      Maybe a legal challenge to the proceedings could be made during an extradition proceeding.
      I’m not sure whether it’s wise legally. to immediately surrender myself.
      Calling all criminal lawyers. The danger is Trump entirely viewing this through a political lens rather than a legal one
      Like mostI had been led to believe the prosecution was dead in the water.
      What happened?

    367. JeffP says:

      So the Woke Commie Dems have crossed the Rubicon again…not surprised…If that GWP and CNN leak is accurate that will take a long time to litigate…I am sure Fulton County and the special prosecutor will pile on to assure Trump will not be nominated or elected. The US is continuing on the path of destruction.

    368. Greymarch says:

      DeSantis’s response is perfect.

      Clearly his team devised this response weeks ago, and kept it in their back pocket until they could use it.

    369. Matt says:

      Can’t believe this is happening in the USA.

    370. PresidentPaul! says:

      If he can stay protected in Florida….why not just stay there and campaign from mar a lago

    371. Paul says:

      They could have him come to court via video conference so that he could stay in Mar a Lago.

    372. Paul says:

      Glad to see the idiots here who don’t believe in the rule of law for fückers like Trümp.

    373. President Paul!! says:

      Yoü all can go fück yoürselves.

    374. Phil says:

      Rule of Law, Paul?


    375. PresidentPaul! says:

      385 wasn’t me….

    376. Paul says:

      DeSantis is working on getting indicted too. HA HA HA

    377. Paul says:

      Phil wouldn’t know the rule of law if it bit his äss.

    378. Phil says:

      Paul, why don’t you define “rule of law”, genius.

      This ought to be good.

    379. Paul says:

      With Trump behind bars, we can finally get our nation back. Fück you, Phil.

    380. Paul says:

      Rule of Law means fücking motherfückers like Trump can go to jail for a long time.

    381. Bitterlaw says:

      President Paul (Bunu) and Paul both use the same “u” with foreign accent marks. Coincidence? No.

    382. Phil says:

      54 years old?

      Hard to believe.

      More like eight.

    383. Umlaut says:

      I’m seeing some improper umlaut use here.

    384. PresidentPaul! says:

      Except that wasn’t me just someone impersonating me.

    385. JeffP says:

      If they can do it to Trump, they can do it to any President who commits 34 counts of business fraud! SAD!

    386. Bitterlaw says:

      Save it, Bunu. “U” got caught.

    387. Phil says:

      Bunu returning is exactly what this site doesn’t need. It’s already cluttered up enough with Paul’s juvenile nonsensical posts.

    388. Bitterlaw says:

      Yoü all can go fück yoürselves.

    389. PresidentPaul! says:


      Ah, now we know who did it apparently.

    390. Bitterlaw says:

      Zzzzzzzzzzzz, Bunu.

    391. Tina says:


      2024 Head-two-Head GOP primary polling trends by Echelon Insights (A/B)

      • DeSantis — 48% (+5)
      • Trump — 43%

      • Trump — 53% (+11)
      • DeSantis — 42%

      • Trump — 59% (+25)
      • DeSantis — 34%

      ? Net 30 POINT Swing Towards Trump

    392. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) on Thursday vowed to hold Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg (D) “and his unprecedented abuse of power to account” after news broke that former President Trump has been indicted by a New York grand jury, the first time a sitting or former U.S. president has faced criminal charges.

      McCarthy argued Bragg “irreparably damaged our country in an attempt to interfere in our Presidential election,” as Trump is in the middle of a 2024 campaign for another four years in the White House.

      “As he routinely frees violent criminals to terrorize the public, he weaponized our sacred system of justice against President Donald Trump. The American people will not tolerate this injustice, and the House of Representatives will hold Alvin Bragg and his unprecedented abuse of power to account,” McCarthy said.”

    393. Paul says:

      McCarthy can’t do shït.

    394. Pitchaboy says:

      Tip your hat to the Dems: they play to win. The Rs in power talked a big game on Benghazi and Hillarygate and produced nothing. Against popular opinion the Ds pushed through Ocare, impeached Trump twice and now indicted him. You can bet he is going to the slammer.

    395. PresidentPaul! says:

      Steal the election and prosecute your opponents is the democrats mo.

    396. Paul says:

      PresidentPaul you know nothing about our constitution and rule of law. Go fück yourself.

    397. Paul says:

      If Trump gets the death penalty….

    398. Paul says:

      I would agree that the Dems went too far.

    399. Cash Cow TM says:

      Walt and his missus (and me) are in Louisiana.
      Yesterday, toured a plantation.

      Today toured another plantation and went into New Orleans–ate lunch (2 slices of pizza $14), did a walking tour, ate an overpriced dinner.

      We also saw some weirdos, and some street performers. And ate french donuts.

      Horrendous traffic trying to get out of N.O. and accident on the 10-lane I-10 highway out of town slowed us down and was irritating.

      Plantation tours were interesting.
      Cities suck.
      Dirty, noisy, congested, hard to find parking, too many weirdos, overpriced everything (incl. $37 to park for 6 hours).

    400. Cash Cow TM says:

      Tomorrow morning we start for home.

      Will stop to visit friends who live an hour south of Nashville. Spend a day or so there and then back to the WV barn.

    401. Tina says:

      Pass the bong, Coreeeee.

    402. Tgca says:

      Me thinks Trump just won the GOP primary. This should energize MAGA and the GOP like never before.

      They should unite around Trump so he can fight this at a national level with all his being.

      He should run on this because if it can happen to an ex-president it can happen to anybody. Only he can effectively fight back like no other candidate just like he did when he basically took down the MSM and big tech by exposing them.

      They fear Trump and so desperately want to take him out but if he fights like Hell, that will energize his supporters and others who think this is just bat crazy.

      The Dems have just come up with a new tactic to ensure every single GOP candidate can be taken down at will by some local DA that can find a silly or non-existing crime to interfere with a presidential election.

      If the GOP doesn’t fight this with every ounce of their being, they don’t deserve to win elections. They mind as well be like the French and surrender.

    403. Tgca says:

      I don’t know how any GOP candidate effectively runs against Trump now saying he’s not the right guy to take this fight to the Dems.

      This is the GOP’ Pearl Harbor. No issue is more important to the future success of the party at this time.

      How does a competing candidate argue he’s disqualified for being indicted when 90%+ know it was a political ploy to stop his candidacy.

      We will not have a democracy anymore if this is left to stand without a catastrophic strike at the Dem establishment. We need a warrior on this!

      So will the GOP rise up and fight or will it just be business as usual and they will surrender to these Dem tactics?

      This was unimaginable less than 10 years ago.

    404. PresidentPaul! says:

      Trump hurt his candidacy terribly by selecting a bunch of dumb senate candidates in the primary, but he’s redeemed himself with his destruction of the neoconservative movement that DeSantis started pushing.

    405. jason says:

      Trump did not select anybody. Voters did.

      The same voters that cause Ron and Rand Paul to lose 150 primaries and caucuses in a row, btw.

    406. jason says:

      Joe Manchin pretending to be surprised Biden double crossed him.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      “When President Biden and I spoke before Congress passed the Inflation Reduction Act last summer, we agreed that the bill was designed to pay down our national debt and shore up America’s energy security. It was designed to generate $738 billion in new revenue, with more than $238 billion dedicated to debt reduction, the first serious piece of legislation in more than two decades that the Congressional Budget Office estimated would have done that.

      Yet instead of implementing the law as intended, unelected ideologues, bureaucrats and appointees seem determined to violate and subvert the law to advance a partisan agenda that ignores both energy and fiscal security. Specifically, they are ignoring the law’s intent to support and expand fossil energy and are redefining “domestic energy” to increase clean-energy spending to potentially deficit-breaking levels. The administration is attempting at every turn to implement the bill it wanted, not the bill Congress actually passed. Ignoring the debt and deficit implications of these actions as the time nears to raise the debt ceiling isn’t only wrong, it’s policy and political malpractice.

    407. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Relatedly, a lot of people are *very* overconfident that Trump would lose if nominated again. He’s won before, polls show a close race vs. Biden, possible recession looming, Biden will be 81 next year. Trump’s chances would be pretty high, maybe 40% or so.

      Guy Benson

      Joy Behar endorses Trump.

      “Trump is the one who needs to get the nomination because the Democrats will win.”

    408. JeffP says:

      Post 397… I didn’t post that…Woke Commie Dem Paul is up to his old tricks. GFY Paul.

    409. Gordon Allen says:

      It,at a quick glance on the internet ,that Florida law does allow the Governor of Florida to ” investigate ” the grounds for an extradition request,and to ask for a legal opinion on its validity.
      It appears worth considering objecting to extradition while filing motions to dismiss the charges.
      I don’t trust any Manhattan judges or juries( kangaroo courts),although I understand why politically Trump might not want to go that route.
      The fact it has reached this point says loudly how absurd the NY justice system is.

    410. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Frankly I am more concerned about the payments Hunter Biden received, than the payments Donald Trump made.

    411. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Bernie gets called out as a hypocrite:

      “Sen. Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.) on Wednesday over Sanders’s net worth as the panel questioned Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.

      “I take offense to the chairman pointing out that all CEOs are corrupt because they’re millionaires. … It’s bothering to me because, Mr. Chairman, you yourself have been very successful. Rightfully so. Glad you have. You’ve been in office for 28 years and you and your wife have [amassed] a wealth of over $8 million,” Mullin said of Sanders during the hearing. “If you can be a millionaire, why can’t Mr. Schultz and other CEOs be millionaires and be honest too?”

      The Oklahoma senator also took a knock at Sanders for his best-selling book as he defended Schultz from criticism.

      “Why is it that Mr. Schultz, who actually creates jobs — a best seller of a book isn’t creating any jobs — why is it that he’s corrupt and you’re not? Why is it that all CEOs are corrupt because they’re wealthy? And yet our chairman, who is wealthy — and I’m glad you are — you’re not?” he asked Sanders.”

    412. Tina says:

      Yes, the fascists now want trump to “prove his innocence.” This is not what our legal system is about.

      Pooty poot and the other fascists are no difference than the silent Rinos and Piglosi, et al.

    413. Just Fill Out the Census says:

      Trump is GUILTY!

    414. Phil says:



    415. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      425. Thank you Joseph Stalin. Who needs a fair trial, or to follow that silly, outdated document called the U.S. Constitution. Can you even name the laws Trump is guilty of violating?

    416. JeffP says:

      I highly doubt any Biden will face any kind of consequence. I am beginning to accept the reality that the majority of the power structures in our country are corrupt beyond reforming. The majority of our citizenry is too ignorant and occupied to really care enough to reject it. The best I can do is live in a red state that minimizes the damage the federal government imposes on me.

    417. Phil says:

      Probably right, Jeff. Imagine living in a state like California, NY, Maryland, Minn, etc. you’d have zero protection. It would be utterly hopeless.

    418. jason says:


      “Paul says:
      March 30, 2023 at 10:54 pm

      PresidentPaul you know nothing about our constitution and rule of law. Go fück yourself.”

      “Just Fill Out the Census says:
      March 31, 2023 at 7:48 am

      Trump is GUILTY!”

    419. jason says:

      The indictment changed nothing regarding the nomination at Predictit..

    420. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      March 30, 2023 at 10:08 pm

      President Paul (Bunu) and Paul both use the same “u” with foreign accent marks. Coincidence? No”

      Paul has been stealing handles. He did it to Bunu and to JeffP, probably others.

      It is one of the few things that will get you banned here, and pretty much the only thing that will make me request someone be banned.

      Bitter, can you let Dave know?

    421. jason says:

      I don’t think Trump will take up the Golden Calf’s offer to delay the proceedings.

      But it was a good political move by the Golden Calf anyway. So was his statement.

    422. Bitterlaw says:

      I will contact the Wizard.

    423. Tina says:

      There are also congressional action. Haul fat Albert before Congress, If he refuses, arrest him,

      Cite in part

      18 U.S. Code § 595 makes it a federal crime if any federal, state or local government employee uses “official authority for the purpose of interfering with, or affecting, the nomination or the election of any candidate for the office of President.”

      Quote Tweet

      Rand Paul

      ???? Wonder if DA Bragg remembers Durham DA Mike Nifong who withheld exculpatory DNA tests on the Duke lacrosse players. He was subsequently forced out of office, disbarred, and convicted of contempt of court……

    424. Tina says:

      Paule aka coreeee pass the bong has also used profanity.

      I won’t reply back to Paulee because of it.

      Bl, can you let the wizard know.

      I don’t want anyone banned, but paulee aka coreeee aka pass the bong needs a banning.


    425. Bitterlaw says:

      The request has been made.

    426. Jeffpee says:

      This escalation is horrible. This interference with Putin’s annexation of Ukraine needs to stop.

      “U.S. Department of Defense spokesman Brig. Gen. Patrick Ryder said at a press briefing on March 30 that additional combined-arms training is currently underway at Grafenwoehr and Hohenfels training areas in Germany, with two motorized infantry battalions consisting of 1,200 Ukrainian Armed Forces personnel.

      In addition, operator and maintenance training on donated platforms is also ongoing, with more than 3,000 Ukrainian soldiers having completed platform training and 40 different programs of instruction on more than 20 systems since April of 2022, he said.

      “Training for Ukrainian Forces is an international effort being conducted in partnership with our coalition partners, who are currently training more than 11,000 Ukrainian soldiers across 26 different nations,” Ryder said.

    427. Phil says:

      I don’t want anyone banned either…but Have no problem making Paul the exception. I have no problem with fights with my A-Hole brothers. Happy to take the slings and arrows over Ukraine or any other topic. I rather enjoy the back and forth with the other A-Holes that frequent this site but it’s a waste of my time engaging with the likes of Paul whose argument usually consists of FY. Really deep, man. He’s a waste of space and I’m getting tired of having to scroll past his posts. Waste of time and space.

    428. Phil says:

      …and, yeah….if he’s stealing handles he needs to be long gone.

    429. jason says:

      “Fat Albert” is good.

    430. Tina says:

      Leslie McAdoo Gordon ????????

      “No one is above the law” doesn’t justify prosecuting on dubious grounds because you think someone “committed many crimes.” That’s totalitarianism.

      The correct principle here is: “Equality before the law.”

      Meaning we don’t apply law differently due to prominence or politics.
      Quote Tweet

      Adam Kinzinger #fella

      Today is a somber day for our nation. Donald Trump committed many crimes, but this indictment should be a reminder that in America, NO ONE is above the law.

      We must move forward and let justice prevail. The anti-democratic threat, however, hasn’t diminished.

    431. Tina says:

      The cryer is a fascist.

    432. Tina says:

      The fascists love targeting their political enemies,

      Then, they go around touting nobody is above the law.

      At the same time, they tout “proving one’s innocence.”

      Phuq these fascists

    433. jason says:

      In fairness to Scarborough, I am sure he will feel the same way about Trump.

      “John Edwards has fallen far enough from grace that a trial by the Justice Department is a waste of time and money, Republicans Joe Scarborough and Michael Steele said Friday on “Morning Joe.”

      “This is an absolute waste of resources right now. The man has gone through a huge public humiliation,” said Steele, the former Republican National Committee chairman.

      “Let him gather himself, pay whatever fines he needs to pay and then let him go back to his family and heal,” Steele said.

      The former Democratic senator is facing six criminal counts related to nearly $1 million in secret campaign contributions paid to help hide his pregnant mistress during his 2008 White House run. Jury selection began Thursday and opening arguments are scheduled to begin April 23.
      If convicted, Edwards could face up to 30 years in prison and as much as $1.5 million in fines.

      Steele’s remarks came at the prompting of “Morning Joe” co-host Scarborough, the former Florida GOP congressman, who wondered if anyone wanted to see Edwards imprisoned, particularly in light of the death of his wife, Elizabeth, in 2010, which left him with two young children without a mother.

      “Is there anybody who disagrees with me that John Edwards’s family has suffered enough and that this is a waste of precious resources by the Justice Department?” Scarborough asked.

      “They should slap him on the wrist, plea out a deal, and send him home to be with his daughter — his older daughter and two young children who lost a mom,” he said. “Does anybody want John Edwards thrown in jail? Anybody?”

    434. Phil says:

      So according to Pelosi you are guilty until proven innocent.

      Part of Paul’s “rule of law” I guess.

    435. jason says:

      Trump will be the first defendant in history to have to “prove innocence”.

      Nancy Pelosi
      The Grand Jury has acted upon the facts and the law.

      No one is above the law, and everyone has the right to a trial to prove innocence.

      Hopefully, the former President will peacefully respect the system, which grants him that right.”

    436. Tina says:

      Don’t sleepy about Scarfarce.

      Mika will tell him what to say.

    437. Tina says:

      So, the juror from the recent Oath Keeper trial who gave the long interview on CSPAN said that the defendants “Obstructed Congress” merely by being on the Capitol grounds. That was the view she pushed on the other jurors.

      I don’t know any case where DOJ has used that rationale.

    438. Phil says:


      No doubt, Tina.

      Mika must be dynamite in the sac.

    439. jason says:

      Banana Republic.

      Sounds like “fake but accurate”.


      Opinion: Sometimes even Donald Trump has a point. It’s hard to believe prosecutors would bring this case against anyone else. But that doesn’t mean they’re wrong.”

    440. jason says:

      Mika must be dynamite in the sac.”

      Or, as we used to say, can suck the paint off a doorknob.

    441. Bitterlaw says:

      IF Trump or any politician committed a crime, they should be prosecuted like anybody else. This is not that case.

    442. Cash Cow TM says:

      I am not a Trumpian.

      Had four chances to vote for him and passed on all 4.

      But this indictment?
      1. Federal Election Commission say same facts and passed.

      2. Federal prosecutors saw same facts and passed.

      3. The charges are misdemeanors but are dressed up in a suit to make them now felonies. And the NY prosecutor’s office has reduced FELONIES to MISDEMEANOR in 52% of cases. But going opposite way in this case (but of course he ran his election campaign promising to indictment Trump).

      4. Serious issues regarding statute of of limitations.

      5. NY laws say you can upgrade a MISDEMEANOR to felony IF it involves violating other NY STATE LAWS. But the crime Trump is alleging to be breaking is not a NY STATE law.

      I predict Ttump lawyers will be successful during pre trial in
      getting case tossed and no trial ever happens.

      Big boost to Trump’s chance of winning 2024 primary, where he will go o. To lose the NOVEMBER GE.

      Maybe that was the plan all along?

    443. jason says:

      Maybe that was the plan all along?”

      That was the plan all along in 2016 when the MSM had Trump on TV 24/7 and only televised his rallies.

      It is a high risk/high reward strategy.

    444. jason says:

      The Dems might think Trump trials will distract from their disastrous policies.

      They could be right.

    445. jason says:

      “I have no problem with fights with my A-Hole brothers.”

      Phil, you are a good guy and a valuable A-hole.

      I think you are backing the wrong horse on Russia-Ukraine and will continue to call you on it.

      But nothing personal.

    446. jason says:

      Donald Trump committed many crimes”

      Another member of the Nancy Pelosi School of Justice.

    447. JeffP says:

      437 Thanks…the real JeffP.

    448. JeffP says:

      I have been tracking this BRICS alliance…now Mexico wants in. Victoria Nulands travel to the countries interested and being recruited is having zero impact.

      Very concerning as the countries joining will have the majority of people in the world by a significant amount and and make up the larger GDP from non BRICS countries from what I have read.

      In another lifetime this would be all over western media.

    449. JeffP says:

      429 Phil…My daughter works as for a very conservative red state AG as a legislative and policy assistant. Our Governor is a WEF RINO. One thing I have learned from her is how important the states AG is to protecting what liberty we have left. Our previous AG slapped down the Governors attempt at unconstitutional Covid policies in 2020.

    450. dylan says:

      So the talking points of the so called conservative media is that the Trump indictment:

      1. Will “awaken a sleeping giant”
      2. Will result in voter backlash because “the overplayed their hand” and
      3. Will strengthen Trump.

      I honestly don’t see any evidence of that on any level yet but realistically, since the media is usually wrong about everything–it will result in none of this. the country is frozen 50/50 and the Dems/RINOs control the power structure. Net net–Trump is not going to win jack, and the USA is in trouble.

    451. Tgca says:

      I say charge Adam Kinzinger with a federal crime for purposely submitting false and misleading information to the department of Justice in pursuit of a criminal investigation since we now know J6C doctored video and withheld exculpatory evidence from the DOJ.

      After all, if I went to the local precinct and reported a crime with doctored evidence, I could be arrested and prosecuted for filing a false complaint.

      Let this embarrassment to the US military be charged and be prosecuted and then have to PROVE HIS INNOCENCE under the law.

    452. Waingro says:

      President Zombie at it again:

      Biden, speaking in Rolling Fork: “The town of Rolling Stone will be back!”

    453. Transparent Dem Teacher says:

      Letter to parents:

      Dear Parents,

      Some of you protested the discovery that when your children arrived home yesterday that their gender had been surgically changed. Each child signed off on this, and fully agreed to the change.

      Furthermore, I am upset at many of you who called and left ugly voice messages. Who the hell do you think you are anyway? These children belong to society, not to YOU.

      And if you wanted biological grandchildren from these kids some day, so what?! What do I care about that? Go out and adopt some grandchildren from an underpriveliged minority group or from some third-world country.


      Tara Bull
      1st Grade Teacher
      Scroughyou Elementary School

    454. Country Dick Montana says:

      Wow this place is as dead as the GOP. By banning the crazy guy was he actually the only one posting under different handles?

    455. Country Dick Montana says:

      Hello (hello hello)
      Is there anybody in there?
      Just nod if you can hear me
      Is there anybody home?

    456. Bitterlaw says:

      I doubt Dave actually banned him.

    457. Phil says:


      NOTHING is more dead than the Republican Party.


    458. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil- I can’t remember your last positive post about anything. Do you? Don’t turn into Tina.

    459. PresidentPaul! says:

      I think society continues to deteriorate until we fix the money itself.

      Without that everything sitting on top of it law, education, ethics etc will continue to become more corrupt and distorted.

    460. PresidentPaul! says:

      Inflation is like a current you have to swim against. If they keep it at their goal 1-2%, people don’t notice they are losing a bit if their business is making 10% a year. But at 5% it becomes much more noticeable, and the we have to deal with Ray Dalio’s debt cycle, debt supercycles, currency resets, and 80 year changes of the global reserve currency on top of all this.

      Despite technology being causing an exponential deflationary period, the politicians are still managing to cause inflation.

      The money itself should be fundamentally deflationary so that the value of what you ssave goes up exponentially rather than forcing the entire world to swim up stream on a day to day basis….and currently they want people to swim faster and faster against stronger current.

    461. PresidentPaul! says:

      This is mostly the Jeff Booth thesis from his semi new book The Price Of Tomorrow, which everyone should read.

    462. Phil says:

      What would you like me to be positive about exactly?

      The left controls:

      higher education
      K-12 education
      corporate boards
      mainstream media
      social media
      the entertainment industry
      government bureacracy
      election procedures
      the judicial system

      In other words, the left has control of virtually all institutions of power – every one of them.

      ….and what do we have standing in the way of any of that? The Republican Party led by the likes of Mitch McConnell – old crickets himself. He and his other “leaders” are fine with it all.

      Would it help for me to just whistle by the graveyard? Pretend nothing has happened?

      Hardly. That is exactly what the establishment wants us all to do. That would just make their road to obtaining and preserving power just that much easier….and it’s probably too late anyway.

    463. Phil says:

      Forgot to list another institution the left has gotten their tenacles into – the military – that’s a relatively new one.

    464. PresidentPaul! says:

      The money is broken. Just a bunch of unwinnable battles.

      Fix the money; fix the system

    465. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t know,Phil. Something like music, sports, bird watching, anything? SEC football? Your family? Anything.

    466. Phil says:

      Sports maybe? That doesn’t help get away from it all. Wokesters have ruined that where you can’t even count that as an escape. Watched ESPN lately? Family? Boy, that’s a tough one right now. Guess I’m down to birds.

    467. Bitterlaw says:

      I don’t watch ESPN programs. I do watch games. The Phillies and 76ers are mostly on locally on Comcast. I don’t watch NFL pre or post-game shows. The Flyers are just bad but not bad enough to get the top draft pick.

      I know what you have told us about your family situation. I hope your family is strong for each other.

    468. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Joys of living in California. We just had a good shake. I hope the earthquake did not hit with full force in a populated area.

    469. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      M4.5 #earthquake 48mi NNE of #SanDiego, CA at 06:16pm. 3mi NW of Palomar Observatory, CA —

    470. Bitterlaw says:

      Earthquakes. Another reason I don’t need to visit California.

    471. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Replying to
      “It felt really strong in Downtown SD , the whole building moved around and all the birds started flying”

      If you want an interesting experience, ride out an earthquake in a high rise. The building creaks as it moves back and forth, and you look out the window and see other buildings rolling back and forth. It is like being on a carnival ride. My experience was on a Saturday, and I was the only one in the office.

    472. Bitterlaw says:

      I listened to an interview with Alan Dershowitz today. He said he twice voted against Trump and would never vote for Trump. He also said the case against Trump is absurd. Finally, he said that he has dedicated his life to Jewish groups and causes but it is absolutely not anti-Semitic to criticize Soros and his leftist attempt to undermine the law.

    473. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I don’t know what is worse. Demonstrators mourning the death of the murderer, or sleaze ball Biden trying to avoid commenting on the murders by telling jokes and trying to change the subject.

      “Dozens of protesters swarmed into the Tennessee State Capitol on Thursday, demanding that lawmakers take action on gun violence as they appeared to mourn the loss of the transgender former student who shot and killed six people at a private Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, earlier this week.

      While several people held up six fingers, video from the demonstration showed multiple protesters holding up seven fingers at one point in an apparent display of how many lives were lost in the shooting that took place Monday.

      “Every death is a tragedy, y’all. Seven lives,” one protester could be heard saying in the clip”

    474. te says:

      . By banning the crazy guy was he actually the only one posting under different handles?”

      Different handles is ok. What is not ok is stealing someone else’s handle and posting as if you were them.

      We have many “different handles”.

      Cash Cow. Transparent Dem Troll. ssq. Teegeeceeaye. Jeffpee. Wobbles, to name a few.

    475. PresidentPaul! says:

      “The closer the collapse of the Empire, the crazier its laws are.”

      ? Marcus Tullius Cicero

    476. PresidentPaul! says: Bitcoin is a ‘national strategic imperative’
      In a stark warning to US policymakers, the major contends the country should support and adopt bitcoin immediately in a bid to avoid losing its status as a global superpower.

      That’s just the kind of message of which industry proponents have hoped for years. Although, it’s probably unlikely.

      “Major Lowery concludes that Bitcoin represents a national strategic imperative that the US should support and adopt as quickly as possible, else it risks losing its lead as a global superpower in the 21st century,” states the book’s description.

    477. jason says:

      I guess Bunu wants to dump some Bitcoin. I remember when he thought gold was a national strategic imperative.

    478. jason says:

      You California p-ssies have not survived a real earthquake until you have survived an 8.0 in Chile.

    479. jason says:

      I don’t know,Phil. Something like music, sports, bird watching, anything? SEC football?”

      Bitter thinks Phil will be entertained by watching woke sports and being lectured about race relations and “equity” by spoiled millionaire talking heads, coaches, owners and players?

      I think he would rather watch Putin rallies than that.

    480. ssq says:

      I am not a different handle.

      I am ssq.

    481. Poul Harris says:

      You rannnnngggggggg?

      – Poul Harris

    482. jason says:

      Wow this place is as dead as the GOP”

      Maybe you can liven it up by telling us about the latest “mischief” by your man Putin.

      Was that little hellion up to something yesterday. I hear he fired a few missiles at populated areas just as a lark, brats will be brats.

    483. jason says:


      Speaker McCarthy on securing a meeting with Biden:

      “I don’t know what more I can do, and how easy…I would bring the lunch to the White House. I would make it soft food, if that’s what he wants!”

    484. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag, the Biden Troll, and Roadkill Maggot have not been here to celebrate Trump’s indictment.

      Bogo Pogo is having an energy crisis so maybe no Internet. Roadkill Maggot might be in Cuba helping harvest sugar cane for the Revolution. The Biden Troll is writing a book on Jay Cutler “The Man who Passed for More Yards for Fewer Results in NFL History”

    485. Bitterlaw says:


    486. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason does not watch sports but makes pronouncements on what he thinks goes on during games. Zzzzzzzz

      I hate to break it to him but players don’t give lectures while the ball is in the air or the pitch is on the way.

    487. Bitterlaw says:

      I heard this live on the radio. I have watched this clip dozens of times. Where is the lecture?

    488. Bitterlaw says:

      The announcers were profession enough to let the crowd noise speak for the moment and stopped talking.

    489. DW says:

      Headline at Bongino:

      J.K. Rowling Says Gender Changes for Kids “One of the Worst Medical Scandals in a Century”

      At least a century.

    490. Just Fill Out the Census says:

      Trump is going to JAIL!

    491. NYCmike says:

      “Phil – Here you. A positive story.”

      -That was crazy! Guy was upside down!

      I fell like that once in Colorado, but not upside down. Just face first into 3 feet of powder.Took me about 10 minutes of struggling to get back up and on my skis, and my friends were helping me (as well as laughing at my predicament!).

      I could only imagine what was going thru that snowboarders head!

    492. PresidentPaul! says:

      NY DA planning on gag order to prevent Trump from campaigning for president next year.

    493. Bitterlaw says:

      Info Wars? Not sure if I should LOL or Zzzzzzzzz this.

    494. Bitterlaw says:

      San Diego State advances to Final game with buzzer beater over Florida Atlantic. No lectures.

    495. JeffP says:

      I thought the last several years were crazy. I don’t think we have seen anything yet.

      I have something positive to post. My daughter got engaged today to a fine young man.

    496. Bitterlaw says:

      JeffP – That is great news. I hope that they have many years of happiness together.

    497. SanDiegoCitizen says:


    498. Bitterlaw says:

      Great comeback win. I did not care who won beyond my usual preference of North over South and East over West.

    499. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I am actually a BYU fan. But because I live in San Diego, was nice to see SDSU win. Was a lot of cheering in my neighborhood, and it went wild after the last shot with 2 seconds left.

    500. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Sounds like a Neo-Nazi:

      “A college professor at Wayne State University in Michigan, Steven Shaviro, was suspended without pay after posting on Facebook that it would be better for students to kill their political opponents rather than just protest against them.

      “I think it is far more admirable to kill a racist, homophobic, or transphobic speaker than it is to shout them down,” Shaviro said on Facebook, according to Fox News.

      “When right-wing groups invite such speakers to campus, it is precisely because they want to provoke an incident that discredits the left, and gives more publicity and validation to these reprehensible views than they could otherwise attain,” he wrote.”

    501. Presidentpaul! says:

      I watched season two of Rise of Empires: Ottoman last night on netflix.

      This series is so good.

    502. PresidentPaul! says:

      Disgusting. Budweiser using trans models now

    503. JeffP says:

      512 Thanks BL. She is marrying a solid conservative lawyer. I am so proud of and for her. They met at the state AG office.

    504. jason says:

      Just Fill Out the Census says:
      April 1, 2023 at 3:49 pm

      Trump is going to JAIL!”

      If anyone had any doubts Trump is NOT going to jail, just read the Noncensus prediction.

      I know, I know, he can’t be ALWAYS wrong but look at the perfect track record.

    505. jason says:

      I hate to break it to him but players don’t give lectures while the ball is in the air or the pitch is on the way.”


      Bitter pretends he watches games with no sound and no interviews and no commercials and he doesn’t see woke messages on the courts or fields and doesn’t know the leagues are funding woke causes.
      Somehow he miraculously only sees “the ball in the air” and nothing else.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

    506. jason says:

      While I have my doubts on whether JeffP should have even been allowed to reproduce, too late now, so congratulations to the entire family.

    507. jason says:

      I was going to bet on FAU. Luckily I didn’t or would have had to kill myself.

      Just think what a loss that would have been to HHR.

    508. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason is like the leftists who condemn Fox News but have never watched it. Somehow he knows what is in while he is not watching.

      Like I said before, I am not a racist or left-handed. No commercial or lecture could change either.

    509. Bitterlaw says:

      CSpan 3 is showing Presidential speeches. Jimmy Carter’s farewell address was a gloom fest. I was only 12 but I remember thinking he was a real downer.

    510. Bitterlaw says:

      I see what is on during games. I only care about the games. Both can be true.

    511. jason says:

      Somehow he knows what is in while he is not watching.”

      So you dispute that the leagues are woke, that the sports talking heads are woke, that the messages are woke, and that most owners, players and coaches are woke?

      I guess this must be made up by people who don’t watch woke sports.

      “Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr refused to talk about basketball before his team’s playoff loss to the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night, instead delivering a passionate speech condemning gun violence in the United States”

    512. Bitterlaw says:

      Now it is GHWB’s State of the Union during Dessert Storm. Great speech.

    513. jason says:

      WHen you lose Jeb!….

      “Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush slams Trump indictment”

    514. jason says:

      I see what is on during games”

      Ah, the truth comes out.

      So “jason knows what is on without watching games” is BS.

      The different is that you tolerate “what is on”. I don’t.

    515. jason says:

      Like I said before, I am not a racist or left-handed. No commercial or lecture could change either.”

      Hole gets deeper.

      So because Bitter claims he cannot be brainwashed therefore it is ok for organized sports to be used to promote a far left political agenda?

      Got it.

    516. Bitterlaw says:

      I didn’t say I dispute it. I said it is irrelevant to whether I watch the games. I am pissed that the Phillies have dropped their first 2 games to start the season. As for the coach’s statement, Jason needs to check his source. The playoffs haven’t started yet.

    517. Bitterlaw says:

      Jason has devoted many years of his life to watching men dig a hole but I am the one at fault for what I watch.

    518. Bitterlaw says:

      Uh oh. On 1/29/1991, GHWB said, “Every one of us has a duty to speak out against racism, bigotry, and hatred.”

      Jason hardest hit.

      Up next are Bill Clinton speeches.

    519. jason says:

      I didn’t say I dispute it.”

      Ok, so we are in agreement.

      If you don’t dispute it, then you shouldn’t imply I am making it up because I don’t watch.

    520. jason says:

      As for the coach’s statement, Jason needs to check his source”


      It was last year’s statement, I just used it as an example.

      But you can pretend Kerr is not woke this year, only last year.

    521. jason says:


      So because I am against using sports to promote a far left agenda, I am somehow in favor of racism, bigotry and racism?

      Is that your new narrative?

    522. jason says:

      Bitter, why I am “hardest hit” because GHWB said we should all oppose racism and bigotry?

      This should be good.

    523. Bitterlaw says:

      Damn. Jason’s Ma is embarrassed he swallowed the hook.

    524. jason says:

      Good cop out.

    525. jason says:

      Asa Hutchinson running for President.


    526. Bitterlaw says:

      Here comes 1995 Bill Clinton. Good speaker but far left content.

    527. Phil says:

      Asa Hutchinson announces as candidate for President.

      This guy is an absolute joke. He never met an issue he wouldn’t surrender on to the left. How bad is he? He makes Mitch McConnell look like a fighter. He is smack dab in the middle of the Liz Cheney, Mitt Romney, Larry Hogan lane. Makes Nikki Haley look like someone with backbone.

      Yeah, he’s that bad……and then some. You want someone who is the ultimate useful idiot to the left, Asa is your guy.

    528. Phil says:

      Glad Asa is running because with “fighters” like Romney, Kasich, Hogan, Liz Cheney, Adam Kinzinger, Cassidy, Chris Sununu, we didn’t have a big enough cadre of useful idiots representing our side. Combine that with our rock solid party leaders like Mitch “crickets” McConnell and my favorite worthless Texas senator John Cornyn the Republican Party is a powerful juggernaut.

      The Democrats are absolutely shaking in their boots.

    529. Cash Cow TM says:

      Some oxygen listed Cash Cow as a possible fictitious have of the nuT job.


      Just ask Walt.

    530. jason says:

      Russians only 60 short of losing 10,000 pieces of equipment.

      I know the day it happens will be tough on the Putin lapdogs here, so maybe we can have a moment of mourning in their honor.

    531. jason says:

      Don’t worry, Cow, some oxygen was not saying your handle was used by the nutjob.

    532. jason says:

      Makes Nikki Haley look like someone with backbone.”

      Damm, Phil, good zinger at the BLM panderer.

    533. Wobbles says:

      Hutchinson just another candidate trying to help Trump.

    534. Cash Cow TM says:

      We spent part of the early morning hours of Saturday IN A BASEMENT, due to tornado warning near Spring Hill,TN.

    535. Cash Cow TM says:

      Don’t know why phone auto correct put in “oxygen”

    536. Cash Cow TM says:

      It is getting close to Easter so I will give my annual warning and prediction of an upcoming spate of tornadoes and earthquakes that always precedent Easter.

    537. jason says:

      When I was a Republican I would actively campaign for and vote for any R on the ballot. Like Bitter, I believed any R was better than any D. This was actually sometimes a challenge in the 1990’s/early 2000’s in Texas, when there were still some moderate Dems around and some of the R candidates sucked.

      Now I no longer vote in R primaries, but as an independent I no longer feel obligated to vote for every R, or even vote at all.

      The list of R candidates or potential candidates I wouldn’t vote for keeps growing.’

      Nikki Haley – elevated pandering to new heights
      Chris Christie – backstabbing unprincipled clown
      Asa Hutchinson – Liz Cheney school of politic

      Better than Democrats? Yes. Unfit for office? Yes

    538. Phil says:

      Damn, how could I leave Chris Chrisie off my list of worthless Republicans? Forgive me. My only explanation is that there are just too many to completely keep track of. Chuck Todd has such a tough choice each Sunday morning as to which of these clowns to put on MTP to bash conservatives. These guys are sooo useful to the left.

      Saw an exert of Asa being interviewed by leftist John Karl this morning. As far as pandering to the left Asa was even beyond Nikki Haley status – a real accomplishment.

    539. Bitterlaw says:

      Not sure why anybody so offended by the book would buy it. I think the only warning should be that it is Lost Cause revisionist BS that glorifies treason.

    540. jason says:

      Pravda would be proud of the WAPO…

      “But the intense focus on Soros is misplaced. Soros never directly funded Bragg, but instead contributed to a group that supported Bragg and other liberal candidates seeking to be prosecutors.”

    541. jason says:

      Manchin continues to claim he is a patsy.

      “Democrat Senator Joe Manchin is mad the Biden administration is “writing rules and regulations that are totally foreign” to what he thought the so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” would do”

    542. Phil says:

      Manchin? What did he expect? I hope the voters of WV will finally get it through their thick skulls what an absolute fraud this guy is.

      I’m not counting on it. If they hadn’t figured it out before now I don’t see a lot of hope.

    543. jason says:

      “Is Putin the RICHEST man in the world? How the Russian leader – official salary £107k a year – is believed to have amassed a £200 BILLION fortune with palaces, planes, yachts (and his favourite £10,000 coat)”

      But here at HHR, the Putin sycophants and lapdogs are focused on Mrs. Zelensky’s $40k shopping trip with her own money.

      Oh, and Putin is justified in invading Ukraine because it is “corrupt”.

    544. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina to call Putin Euro trash in 3…2…never.

    545. jason says:

      Good article, I feel more knowledgeable about urine.

    546. jason says:

      But remember, Zelensky is a “grifter”.

    547. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      April 2, 2023 at 1:56 pm

      Tina to call Putin Euro trash in 3…2…never.”

      Nah, he is the lovable endearing “Pooty Poot”, waging a just war to rid Ukraine of “corruption”.

    548. jason says:

      Manchin? What did he expect?”

      The infrastructure boondoggle was dead.

      He revived it by pretending that somehow he was going to get something positive in return.

      In Spanish there is a saying “Engañame que me gusta” (deceive me because I like it).

    549. jason says:

      It would be fun to see Manchin run against Biden.

      He would not win but he might do some damage.

    550. Tom says:

      So “Bait & Switch” Manchin doesn’t like the bait & switch. Poor baby.

    551. jason says:

      Manchin on Trump indictment:

      “A sad day for America. No one should be targeted by the law”.

      But he voted for bogus impeachment charges twice so screw him.

    552. Phil says:

      Yeah, but when push comes to shove Manchin NEVER when it comes to crunch time EVER does anything to harm the Democratic Party . He’s all talk until it actually matters. Always count on Manchin to fold when it comes to damaging Schumer’s legislative agenda. He will oppose a Biden appointee here and there when it doesn’t matter all for the folks back home. Anyone remember his vote on the Kavanaugh nomination? Last guy to announce waiting until 15 minutes after Susan Collins put Kavanaugh over the top to vote yes. Had Collins not voted yes he was right there to vote the way Schumer wanted him to and torpedo the nomination. Why do you think he waited for Collins?

      The guy is full of BS Hot air for the gullible voter s in WV.

    553. jason says:

      The Babylon Bee
      Americans Disappointed To Learn Biden Presidency Not An April Fool’s Prank”

    554. Dylan says:

      Does anyone want to take the under on Asa for president? The line is 0% support.

    555. Phil says:

      Asa has 100% support in a poll taken of the NBC MTP staff.

      Chuck Todd’s kind of Republican, baby!

    556. Tina says:

      Yes Asa bush turd Hutchinson is running. We are all sage.

    557. Tina says:

      Is this considered. pooty poots price hike?

      Oil market braces for volatile open after Saudi Arabia leads coordinated OPEC+ cuts totaling more than 1 million barrels a day

    558. Tina says:

      Pence got big mo.

      Oil market braces for volatile open after Saudi Arabia leads coordinated OPEC+ cuts totaling more than 1 million barrels a day

    559. Tgca says:

      The problem with the GOP is that they are cowards and afraid to fight a street war that Dems have launched. Giving speeches mean absolutely nothing. You be need to fight fire with fire.

      A radically left local DA purposely is grossly bastardizing a low level misdemeanor and upgrading it to a serious imprisonable felony to keep a GOP candidate from winning a presidency. The point of this is to weaken his candidacy which is election interference.

      So the GOP should do the same. GOP gubbernors should pass laws ASAP that makes it a felony to interfere with an election where the people of the state have their voting rights infringed by those purposely seeking to interfere with an election in another state.

      Indict Bragg and issue a warrant for his arrest. If he fails to appear for a criminal trial, convict him in his absence and then seek extradition for him to serve his prison term.

      This law would be as equally absurdly justifiable as the absurd legal case Bragg is making about election law violations.

    560. JeffP says:

      Yes…Japan is buying oil from Russia now too at a marked up price.

      Euro Babe PM in Finland lost. Prime Minister Sanna Marin admits defeat and loses the Finnish elections. Shift to the right here.

    561. Cash Cow TM says:

      MORE trouble for E.R.I.C.
      (which I thought 6 or 8 years ago was a good thing–but now I have doubts)


      Ohio becomes the 5th state to leave ERIC in March.

      “In February, Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose held a news conference in which he discussed ways the state was making elections more transparent and secure. One thing that’s indispensable, he suggested, was ERIC, or the Electronic Registration Information Center, a data-sharing effort among states. “It is one of the best fraud-fighting tools that we have,” LaRose said. “It’s a tool that has provided great benefit for us, and we’re going to continue to use it.”

      Well, that was then. On March 17, LaRose announced Ohio was quitting ERIC. It’s among a half-dozen Republican-controlled states that have left this year, including five just this month.

      [This article does not get into WHY states are dissatisfied with ERIC.

      From other things I have read, The B of D of ERIC has resisted efforts of the states to restrict info the states give to ERIC from being shared by ERIC with “other groups”. Another concern of states is that ERIC fails to provide info back to states as to who should be remove from the state voting rolls due to moving, death, etc. read somewhere where one state said that ERIC removal list they got one year only consisted of 2 names in the entire state.]

    562. Cash Cow TM says:

      Sen. Joe Manchin.

      Poor old Joe draws line,
      takes a stand and stonewalls stupid Dem liberal crazy and nationally harmful stu.ff for months.

      Then eventually caves.
      Then acts surprised that things did not work out very well.

      He us 75 years old now I think.
      I really am not sure what he will do:

      –I do not think he can win if he runs again for governor.
      –I do not think he can win if he runs for reelection to U.S. Senate in WV.
      –I KNOW he will not do well in D primary if he runs for president.

      He just does not match the state any more.
      And he does not fit well within his D party in D.C.
      I HEAR that he WANTS to be appointed to the Board of Directors of some big energy-related company…

    563. Cash Cow TM says:

      I heard Putin said he is going to win the war in Ukraine and will make the U.S. and everyone else pay for it (with the oil he sells them).

    564. Cash Cow TM says:


      The percentage of Americans who do not want Trump to be president again, despite his popularity among Republicans.

      (NPR — March 27, 2023)”

    565. Cash Cow TM says:

      The increase in drug shortages between 2021 and 2022, amounting to 295 individual drugs being considered in short supply by the end of last year. More than 15 “critical care drugs” have remained in short supply for over a decade.
      [I say turn this problem over to the Mexican cartels. They seem to be able to boost supply…]

    566. Cash Cow TM says:

      The cost of a 10 milliliter vial of state-label insulin under a newly announced contract between California and nonprofit drugmaker Civica Rx. A box of five pre-filled pen cartridges will cost no more than $55 according to the agreement.

    567. Cash Cow TM says:

      The amount that West Virginia would give in tax credits to former residents who move back to the state to work. The proposed legislation passed unanimously through the state’s Senate and has been sent to the House of Delegates. To be eligible for the tax credit, a person must have had to live and work in West Virginia for at least 10 years or were born in the state and they had to live outside of the state for at least 10 consecutive years prior to 2023.

    568. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      The Finnish election was actually very tight. Usually the party with the most voted gets to lead a coalition government.

      “We got the biggest mandate,” said the leader of the National Coalition Party, after a dramatic night in which the result gradually swung away from Ms Marin’s Social Democrats.

      Mr Orpo secured 20.8% of the vote, ahead of the right-wing populist Finns Party and the centre left. The populists won a record 20.1%.

      It is a bitter defeat for Ms Marin, who increased her party’s seats and secured 19.9% of the vote.

    569. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      585. The Finnish National Coalition Party took the lead in advocating Finland join NATO. The leader of the National Coalition Party, who will likely become prime minister, is a staunch supporter of Ukraine.

      “Orpo, 53, told The Associated Press news agency on Sunday that Finland’s solidarity with Ukraine would remain strong during his tenure.

      “First to Ukraine: We stand by you, with you,” the former finance minister said at the NCP’s victory event.

      “We cannot accept this terrible war. And we will do all that is needed to help Ukraine, the Ukrainian people, because they fight for us. This is clear.”

      “And the message to [Russian President Vladimir] Putin is: Go away from Ukraine because you will lose,” Orpo said.”

    570. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Here is little Trump’s reason for opposing Finland in NATO:

      “I get there’s nothing going on at home that Congress could be worrying about, but after decades of not being in NATO and being just fine isn’t the notion of eliminating this buffer zone a little bit how the Ukraine invasion started?”

      * * *

      “The U.S. Congress will seek to ratify Finland’s application to join the Western military alliance NATO before going on holiday in August, U.S. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell said in Helsinki after meeting with Finland’s President Sauli Niinisto.”

    571. Bitterlaw says:

      Bunu follows Gateway Pundit now?

      Tina hardest hit.

    572. jason says:

      JeffP hardest hit.

      “Orpo, 53, told The Associated Press news agency on Sunday that Finland’s solidarity with Ukraine would remain strong during his tenure.

      “First to Ukraine: We stand by you, with you,” the former finance minister said at the NCP’s victory event.”

    573. Bitterlaw says:

      What do the voters in Finland know? I get my Finnish security advice from Phil.

    574. jason says:

      Yes, according to Phil, the Russians could not harm a fly because they have not yet succeeded in annexing Ukraine.

      The reason they have not succeeded is the military aid and other support Ukraine has received from the US and other countries.

      Presumably, Phil thinks that if we discontinue aid and the Russian conquer Ukraine, they will be less of a threat to anybody.

      Fortunately, the leaders of Finland and Sweden and all the other countries aiding Ukraine don’t take their security advice from Phil.

    575. Phil says:

      Jane Pauly wants to know if John Fetterman is interested in running for President. LMAO

      Sure thing, Jane. After all, the voters of Pennsylvania made this vegetable a US Senator so why not. He can’t speak or understand anyone speaking but he’ll yeah, Hail to the Chief, baby!

    576. Phil says:

      Sorry guys, debating Ukraine for the billionth time doesn’t interest me today. Nice try but some other time. Besides, since this war will drag on for years there’s plenty of time.

    577. Tina says:

      The uni party said this was not possible.

      Quote Tweet
      Square profile picture

      Chinese spy balloon gathered intelligence from sensitive U.S. military sites, despite U.S. efforts to block it

    578. jason says:

      We should respect the fact Phil is having a bad day.

      The new PM of Finland didn’t surrender Ukraine or Finland to Russia.

      I know that is disappointing, but there is always the Russian summer offensive to look forward to, since, alas, the spring offensive has stalled.

    579. Phil says:

      Yep, the Biden administration lied about blocking the balloon intel back to China. What else is new? Is there anything Biden doesn’t lie about?

    580. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – I know this is a difficult time for you and your family. I give you grief over politics but I know there are more serious issues. I wish you well.

    581. Phil says:

      It’s ok, bitter. Getting it from other A-Hole club members is part of the A-Hole code. I wouldn’t have it any other way.

    582. Bitterlaw says:

      Even when it gets messy, A-holes are always tight.

    583. Tina says:

      We could not shoot the spy ballon down upon entry in.
      -gen Millie Vanilli

    584. Tina says:

      The ccp are not a threat

      -HHR filler

    585. jason says:

      WH says Biden “too old” to travel to King Charles’ coronation.

    586. jason says:

      Tina says:
      April 3, 2023 at 11:03 am

      The ccp are not a threat

      -HHR filler”

      Coming from a Putin stooge who claims Russia is not a threat I don’t think Tina is really qualified to assess “threats”.

    587. Tina says:

      The ccp ballon was just a weather balloon. It got lost.


    588. Tina says:

      We need to outsource more from China.

      Hhr filler

    589. Bitterlaw says:

      Breaking News – There can be more than 1 threat at a time. China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, and terrorism are all threats. There can be new threats added to the list at any time.

    590. Tina says:

      Breaking news

      Here at hhr pooty poot is the only (top) threat.

    591. Tina says:

      Xi looks like an honest guy.

      Hhr filler

    592. Bitterlaw says:

      Tina is just making up arguments nobody else is saying.

    593. Phil says:

      Allowing Chinese spy balloons to transverse the entire width of the continental US and hover over ICBM sites and other sensitive military complexes and transmit that intel material back to China in real time.


      Zero border security allowing Chinese saboteurs to freely walk across our southern (and now northern border as well) and be routinely released into the US interior.


      I don’t think whether or not China is a “threat” is exactly in question.

      This ain’t rocket science.

    594. jason says:

      Not to worry. He still has the undying loyalty of Tina and Tucker Carlson…

      “Russia’s security services are confiscating the passports of senior officials and state company executives to prevent overseas travel, as paranoia over leaks and defections spreads through President Vladimir Putin’s regime.

      With Russia’s invasion of Ukraine still raging, security officers have tightened travel requirements within the state sector, demanding the surrender of travel documents from some prominent figures and former officials, said several people familiar with the matter.

      The increased pressure reflects deep suspicion in the Kremlin and FSB, the KGB’s successor agency, about the loyalty of Russia’s civilian elite, many of whom privately oppose the war in Ukraine and are chafing over its impact on their lifestyles.

    595. Phil says:

      China has been and is preparing their military for a conflict with the US. Milley and his woke generals are spending time and resources grooming our armed forces to use the proper pronouns and focusing on climate change.

      You couldn’t make this up if you tried. The Chinese are laughing at us.

    596. Phil says:

      ….oh, I forgot. Milley is also very concerned with “white supremacy” in the military. Good to know he’s on top of that one as well.

    597. Tina says:

      Post the link where I said pooty poot is not a threat.

      Bitterlaw says:
      April 3, 2023 at 12:07 pm
      Tina is just making up arguments nobody else is saying.

    598. Tina says:

      The balloon was not a threat.

      Milli Vanilli and the Hhr filler.

    599. jason says:

      Pooty Poot is is just a lovable scamp, no threat to anyone.

      – Tina Filler

      Pooty Poot is the moral compass for the world, as opposed to that grifter Zelensky

      – Tina Filler

    600. Tina says:

      The military leadership is sheot.

      It has not won anything in 30 years.

      We are a turd world nation.

    601. Tina says:

      And don’t forget with general milli Vanill how much stuff did he leave behind in krapistan?

      All that stuff could have been shipped to the grifter.

    602. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Has the indictment of Donald Trump by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg made you ?more or less supportive? of Donald Trump??

      More? Supportive 55%
      No Change 3%
      Less Supportive 14%

      550 Likely Republican primary voters, 3/31-4/1

    603. jason says:

      Post the link where I said pooty poot is not a threat. ”


      Tina wants us to believe she considers the guy she lovingly refers to a “Pooty Poot” a threat?

      I love it here.

    604. Tina says:

      Quit deflecting. You made the statement. So Post the link.

      You cannot find it.

    605. Phil says:

      Washington Post:

      Biden is a foreign policy genius.

    606. Tina says:

      Yes the ccp stooge is a foreign policy expert.

    607. Phil says:

      Washington Post:

      ‘Biden possesses long honed foreign policy instincts”

      This is the guy Robert Gates says has been wrong on just about every foreign policy matter over the years.

    608. jason says:


      Talk about deflection…

      You are the compulsive liar here.

      You deny you have been downplaying Russia’s threat for month (years)?

      Let’s start with your lies.

      Tina says:
      April 3, 2023 at 12:05 pm

      Xi looks like an honest guy.

      Hhr filler”

      Tell us who said that?


      Tina says:
      April 3, 2023 at 12:01 pm

      Breaking news

      Here at hhr pooty poot is the only (top) threat.”

      Tell us who said that?

      Tina says:
      April 3, 2023 at 11:56 am

      The ccp ballon was just a weather balloon. It got lost.


      Tell us who said that?

    609. Tina says:

      More deflection. Calling someone a liar after the liar made a false statement

      Please provide the link.

    610. Tina says:

      Ccp not a threat. Elections have consequences.

      Hhr filler.

    611. Tina says:

      I read here that this would not happen.


      JUST IN: ???????? Russia and India abandon Europe-dominated oil price, agree to use Dubai oil price benchmark.

    612. Bitterlaw says:

      Another post that Tina “read here” even though nobody posted it.

    613. Tina says:

      Still waiting for the link.

      An hour has past.

    614. Tina says:

      Oil prices are sky rocketing.

      I read here that it’s pooty poots price hike.

    615. NYCmike says:

      jason can’t, and won’t.

    616. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      63. No, oil prices are dropping everywhere.

      “West Texas Intermediate, a U.S. benchmark for crude oil, fell nearly 6% to $67.48 per barrel—its lowest since December 2021 and the biggest one-day drop since July 12.

      International benchmark Brent Crude also dropped to its lowest point since December 2021, falling nearly 5% to a low of $71.46 per barrel.”

      I just did a long-distance drive yesterday. I paid 60¢ less for gas in Barstow, California than I did last month.

    617. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      635. 60 cents less a gallon.

    618. Tina says:

      Romney news network must have missed this;

    619. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      And there are idiots out there who claim she was the 7th victim:

      “BREAKING NEWS: Nashville school shooter Audrey Hale fired 152 rounds from an assault rifle and handgun and studied other mass murderers before she butchered six including three kids”

    620. Tina says:

      He will throw out liar and despicable though when his search for a link comes up empty.

    621. Tina says:


      Liar and despicable (or some variation)

      Despicable and liar

      Disgusted and appalled.

      Those will be the words throw around. I am 99.99 percent sure of it. Since I called it out m, he any break these up over a day or two.

    622. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Actually Romney has the right approach to lowering gas prices. Drill and produce more oil:

      “Biden gas tax gimmick fail: the problem’s not the 18 cents, it’s the $2.00 hike since last year. While oil price is global, U.S. can impact expectations with much more drilling and pipelines.””

    623. Tina says:

      Romney is the problem.

      He supported a lot of bills that inflated the economy. Rates have to rise because of it.

      And you are his tool.

    624. Tina says:

      And this is before more $$$ goes to the grifter. It will get ugly out there.

      Collin Rugg

      NEW: Oil prices surge after surprise production cuts by OPEC.

      Are you ready for Inflation 2.0?

    625. NYCmike says:

      “Actually Romney has the right approach to lowering gas prices. Drill and produce more oil:”

      -Yet, he prefers Biden over Trump………

    626. Tina says:

      And so does the dessert news aka Romeu press

      I cannot wait to donate to his r challenger.

      He needs to be primaried.

    627. jason says:

      Romney is a despicable media whore.

      He is right about Biden’s gimmick.

      Both can be true.

    628. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      April 3, 2023 at 1:55 pm

      Another post that Tina “read here” even though nobody posted it.”

      She is a compulsive liar that made up a bunch of statements that nobody actually posted.

      Still waiting for who said.

      1) Xi looks like an honest guy.

      Come up with who said it or admit being a compulsive liar.

      2) The ccp ballon was just a weather balloon. It got lost.

      Come up with who said it or admit being a compulsive liar.

      3) Here at hhr pooty poot is the only (top) threat.”

      Come up with who said it or admit being a compulsive liar.

      4)The ccp are not a threat

      Come up with who said it or admit being a compulsive liar.

      Meanwhile it is absolutely true that she has been downplaying Russia as a threat since the invasion She has been shilling for Putin since the invasion. She has been lying about Zelensky since the invasion. She even said the Iranian mullahs were a bigger threat than Putin. She uses terms of endearment for “Pooty Poot”.

      All true.

    629. jason says:

      Tina says:
      April 3, 2023 at 1:36 pm

      I read here that this would not happen.


      JUST IN: Russia and India abandon Europe-dominated oil price, agree to use Dubai oil price benchmark.”

      More lies by the compulsive liar.

      Who said this?

      Come up with who said it or admit being a compulsive liar.

    630. jason says:

      I am now calling EVERY ONE of Tina’s lies as soon as I read them.

      I will be busy.

    631. Tina says:

      Nothing to see here

      Rep. Jim Jordan

      Reports now indicate that the Chinese spy balloon gathered intelligence from several sensitive military sites during its journey across the United States.

      But Joe Biden waited until it flew across the ENTIRE COUNTRY before doing anything.
      10:34 AM · Apr 3, 2023

    632. Tina says:

      Ok told you

      Liar is the first one

      Then it will be despicable

      All to deflect because Pinocchio could not find the link.

    633. JeffP says:

      590 Jason I heard he is another WEF lackey…not surprised. I am far more concerned about BRICS as a foreign policy issue at this point. The war is going to war on It doesn’t matter how much money the US spends now…just print some more. We live in banana republic anyway.

    634. Tina says:

      Been a couple of hours and Pinocchio has not produced the link.

      All because I don’t buy off on pooty pot being the first or top threat to us.

      Produce the link.

    635. JeffP says:

      648 A lot is happening right now with BRICS countries in this regard. It could be very true. This is why Victoria Nuland was traveling all over the place a few weeks ago. Now Japan is committed to buying Russian oil. US sanctions don’t mean sh*t anymore.

    636. Tina says:

      Don’t worry about rising oil prices. They are not rising at Hhr

      Drink choka milk and drain srs

    637. Cash Cow TM says:

      SDC, tina, et. al.,

      When we left from here (WV) for vacation 11 days ago gas price here for regular unleaded was $3.19 a gallon. Had just jumped a dime a gallon.

      When we got home yesterday the price was $3.49/gal.
      We filled up various times in VA,TN,AL,MS and LA for anywhere from $3.59/gal. (a high price outlier) to $2.97/gal.

      Mostly gas on our vaca was $3.00 to 3.20/gal.
      Interestingly, in those southern states diesel fuel was much lower than it is here where I live.
      Most places were $3.45 to $4.35/ gal.

      Here diesel is just over/under $5.00/gal.

    638. Tina says:

      Mr cow

      $5.09. Outside of sf.

    639. Cash Cow TM says:

      Got the WV revenue number for March.

      for this fiscal yr (July 1, 2022 to end of March,2023)
      ESTIMATES: $3.335 Billion
      ACTUAL:…..4.601 Billion

      State Income Tax collections
      ESTIMATE $1.558 Billion
      ACTUAL….1.805 Billion
      Severance tax (on coal, gas, etc.)
      ESTIMATE: $182 million
      ACTUAL…..787 million (actual col. in FY22 YTD was $702 million–so tax collection from this is even better so far than last year.)
      Sales tax
      EXTIMATE 1.098 Billion
      ACTUAL…1.269 Billion

    640. Cash Cow TM says:

      Worried about return on retirement investments.

      My scholarship fund lost 22% of its value last
      year–after multiple years of 17 to 19% positive returns on investment.

      We can still give our annual $1,000 scholarship to a college entrant seeking to be a teacher.

    641. jason says:

      590 Jason I heard he is another WEF lackey…not surprised.”

      Translation: anyone who doesn’t oppose Putin’s annexation of Ukraine and plan for a Greater Rusisa is a “WEF lackey”.


    642. Walter Duke says:

      Should have said I was worried about
      STATE OF WV ROI of many billions in
      state retirement funds.
      (based on miserable results of
      our own five figure scholarship fund
      ROI for the past year).

    643. Cash Cow TM says:

      That last post was supposed
      to be from Cash Cow.

    644. DW says:

      A federal judge has issued a mandate that will solve the problem with electric cars needing to stop frequently to re-charge.

      Going forward, gas stations will be allowed to only pump 5 gallons maximum per fill-up, and then after the vehicle has burned the 5 gallons, it will be shut down for 12 hours by remote control, forcing gasoline drivers to be in the same situation as electric car drivers.

    645. Cash Cow TM says:


      I assume you mean $5.09 for a gal of GAS,
      NOT diesel.

    646. jason says:

      All to deflect because Pinocchio could not find the link.”

      Zzzzzzz… nice dodge

      Still waiting. Who at HHR said:

      1) Xi looks like an honest guy.

      2) The ccp ballon was just a weather balloon. It got lost

      3) Here at hhr pooty poot is the only (top) threat.”

      4)The ccp are not a threat

      Come up with who said any of those things or admit you are a pathological liar.

    647. Tina says:

      Still no link?


    648. jason says:

      Cash Cow TM says:
      April 3, 2023 at 4:47 pm

      That last post was supposed
      to be from Cash Cow”

      Walter Duke and Cash Cow are in cahoots.

      I knew it.

    649. Tina says:

      Cow yup gas

      No clue what diesel is. I presume it’s more however.

    650. jason says:

      All because I don’t buy off on pooty pot being the first or top threat to us”

      Nah, that dog won’t hunt either.

      Stop lying.

      Top threat my ass. You said the Iranian Mullahs are more a threat than Putin who has 6,000 nukes.

    651. Tina says:

      Pinocchio still has no Link.

      Lies again about what I said.

      Keep digging.

    652. Bitterlaw says:

      Walter Duke? Nice guy. I had lunch with him and his wife a few years ago. He stopped posting years ago.

    653. Tina says:

      Pinochios last post contradicts Pinocchio’s post 621.

      Pinocchio claims I said that pooty poot is no threat (621) or pooty poot is a threat but below the mullahs.

      Pinnochio will revise at 9 pm est.

    654. Tina says:

      Pinocchio will soon defend more pallets of cash to the mullahs.

    655. Tina says:

      I also areas that raiding the strategic reserves was brilliant

      he Kobeissi Letter

      This weekend, OPEC announced “surprise” production cuts of 1.65 million barrels per day.

      Today, the US called this “inadvisable.”

      But there’s a major problem with little attention.

      The US Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) just hit its lowest level since 1983.

      (a thread)


    656. NYCmike says:

      jason is almost to China!

    657. Cash Cow TM says:

      Dear God…
      Journalism is absolutely dead.
      What a bunch of whack jobs.

      “As temperatures across the country soar and unseasonably warm days continue, the number of gun deaths across the country has gone up.

      Nearly 8,000 gun shootings can be attributed to extreme temperatures, according to research published by JAMA Network.

      The study analyzed 100 major U.S. cities with the highest proportion of gun violence between 2015 and 2020. It found that out of 116?,511 shootings, roughly 6.85% (or 7,973) were attributable to above-average temperatures.”

    658. PresidentPaul! says:

      The Saudi king doesn’t like demented Joe because he has threated them during the campaign.

      Wouldn’t be surprised if they cut production during the presidential cycle also.

    659. PresidentPaul! says:

      Biden confirms that his team is coordinating these Trump indictments to “stop Trump from taking power again”

    660. Phil says:


      No where in your linked article does it say secret service agents will testify AGAINST Trunp.

    661. PresidentPaul! says:

      Remember Comey was a “republican” leader of the FBI

    662. PresidentPaul! says:

      DeSantis falls behind Biden in head to head matchup

      2024 National General Election Poll:

      Biden 44%
      Trump 44%
      Biden 45% (+7)
      DeSantis 38%
      Trump 45% (+8)
      Harris 37%

    663. PresidentPaul! says:

      2024 New Hampshire GOP Primary

      • Trump — 42%
      • DeSantis — 29%
      • Sununu — 14%
      • Haley — 4%
      • Ramaswamy — 3%
      • Cheney — 2%
      • Pence — 1%
      • T. Scott — 1%
      • Christie — 1%

    664. JeffP says:

      660 That would be in the affirmative.

    665. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      656. Cow: “When we got home yesterday the price was $3.49/gal.”

      I am in southern Utah now and the price of gas is about $3.60 a gallon. California uses a special blend for gasoline, that is only produced at a few refineries in California, which is one reason gas is so expensive in California. Plus California has a very high gas tax. Still paying $4.70 to $5.00 a gallon in San Diego.

      Had a nightmare of a trip getting to Utah last night. A truck got in a major accident and flipped on the I-15 freeway east of Las Vegas. It spilled gas all over the freeway, which was shut for three/four hours. It is the only major route from Las Vegas to Utah.

      I used an alternative rural route, highway 93 north for about 35 miles, then 25 miles on another rural route back to the freeway beyond the accident. The roads are both bumpy two lane roads (one lane each way). No lighting in middle of the desert; painted broken white lines down the middle. Suitable for a small amount of traffic.

      However, Google Maps indicated it was the preferred alternate route to the freeway, so it was packed with thousands of vehicles. It was bumper to bumper with thousands of cars, semi trucks, recreational vehicles.

      Everyone traveling at about 50-60 mph. It was amazing to look ahead 10-15 miles or so and see a solid line of car lights along the entire route in both directions. I had a semi-truck behind me carrying gasoline, and a van with a family with children in front. Amazingly, no accidents last night.

      No highway patrol or any official vehicles anywhere along the route. Just drivers being sensible and cautious.

    666. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “But he has started criticizing the former president over his alleged affair with adult film star Stormy Daniels, which is related to his being indicted by a grand jury in New York, and his leadership style.
      “At the end of the day as a leader, you really want to look to people like our Founding Fathers,” DeSantis told Piers Morgan in an interview last month.
      “[I]t’s not saying that you don’t ever make a mistake in your personal life, but I think, what type of character are you bringing?” he continued.”

      DeSantis might want take a bit closer look at the personal lives of the Founding Fathers before condemning Trump.

    667. Tgca says:

      Harry Potter’ Star Daniel Radcliffe Promotes Gender Transitions for Children in Trevor Project Video: ‘We Can Trust Kids to Tell Us Who They Are’

      What a F*CKIN’ idiot this moron is!

      If we can trust young children to transition, then why can’t we trust them to drink, drive, smoke, live on their own, and choose adult sexual partners?

      These idiot celebrities will do ANYTHING to try and follow trends and remain relevant.

    668. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Day 404 of my 3 day war. Error: Something went wrong “Victory not found”.

      I remain a master strategist.

    669. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      As someone who is Finnish and lost a lot of family members in the Winter War with Russia, it is hard to believe this is actually happening:

      Today is a BIG day for us Finns. We are finally joining NATO and leaving decades of ”Finnlandisierung” and loneliness behind us. Time to celebrate.

    670. PresidentPaul! says:

      Choosing their own genders and their own sexual partners: the road to legalizing “MAPS.”

    671. JeffP says:

      Good morning from the banana republic of the United States. What a tragic disgrace this country has turned into thanks to the Woke Commie Dem Child Mutilators and the Vichy GOP wing.

      Regardless of what you think of Trump … the rule of law no longer exists. I never thought it would get this bad. Trump will get the headlines while the BRICS countries create their own economies which will forever protect them from any US sanctions and destroy the dollar. Great foreign policy Joe. Who should be the one being arrested today for real crimes.

      All this makes my trip next week a relief of sorts from this craziness. Headed to a country where masculinity is palpable.
      I can’t wait to sit down in Italy and my wife and I can have a 30 Euro meal with excellent service and outstanding food quality from local farmers. Where the tomatoes and strawberries are a delicious deep red and I can still pay a Euro for an espresso…in a country that is currently BANNING all synthetic meat and laboratory foods.

      On our way we have an overnight layover in the SAFEST large city in the world…Abu Dhabi…where they still punish crime seriously.

    672. jason says:

      Has Lying Tina come up with who at HHR said this?

      Still waiting. Who at HHR said:

      1) Xi looks like an honest guy.

      2) The ccp ballon was just a weather balloon. It got lost

      3) Here at hhr pooty poot is the only (top) threat.”

      4)The ccp are not a threat

      No? Didn’t think so.

      Btw, Lying Tina©

    673. jason says:

      Today is a BIG day for us Finns. We are finally joining NATO and leaving decades of ”Finnlandisierung” and loneliness behind us. Time to celebrate.”

      The Finns evidently don’t agree with the Russia is not a Threat BS.

      They are smarter than Phil, Lying Tina© and JeffP.

    674. jason says:

      660. jason says

      590 Jason I heard he is another WEF lackey…not surprised.”

      Translation: anyone who doesn’t oppose Putin’s annexation of Ukraine and plan for a Greater Rusisa is a “WEF lackey”.

      JeffP says:
      April 3, 2023 at 11:16 pm

      660 That would be in the affirmative.”

      Ok so JeffP admits he believes that if you oppose Putin’s annexation of Ukraine and Greater Russia plans you are a WEF lackey.

      He is wrong but at least he is honest.

      Good lesson for Lying Tina©

    675. jason says:

      No mug shot for Trump.

      I guess the Dems don’t want his smiling picture flooding the airwaves.

    676. Phil says:


      Of course. Every move made by Democrats is strategic.




    677. jason says:

      SanDiegoCitizen says:
      April 4, 2023 at 4:09 am

      Day 404 of my 3 day war. Error: Something went wrong “Victory not found”.

      I remain a master strategist.”

      Hey, but the HHR Putin Brigade LOVES the endearing “Pooty Poot”

    678. Phil says:

      Putin is a thug. I’m not sure who on here is supposed to “love Putin”

    679. Bitterlaw says:

      Putin spends lives and treasure to invade Ukraine and gets a nickname. Zelensky uses military aid to fight for the survival of his nation and is called a grifter. I love it here.

    680. Phil says:

      Brag’s press conference ought to be a trip today.

      BTW, Bragg gets to hold a press conference and Trump gets gagged?



    681. Phil says:

      McCarthy meets with Taiwanese President today.

      Good for Kevin.

    682. jason says:

      Just got “my last email before I get arrested” from Trump.

      “Today, we mourn the loss of justice in America.

      Today is the day that a ruling political party ARRESTS its leading opponent for having committed NO CRIME.

      As I will be out of commission for the next few hours, I want to take this moment to THANK YOU for all of your support.

      I am blown away by all of the donations, support, and prayers we have received.”

      Then he asks for more money.

    683. Jeffpee says:

      Phil says:
      April 4, 2023 at 9:45 am

      McCarthy meets with Taiwanese President today.”

      More escalation by the neocons.

    684. jason says:

      Putin spends lives and treasure to invade Ukraine and gets a nickname. Zelensky uses military aid to fight for the survival of his nation and is called a grifter. I love it here.”

      Awwww….you don’t like the Lying Tina© endearing nickname for that ole scamp Vlad?

      Tina hates the grifter because his heroic actions have kept her lovable icon from conquering Ukraine.

      She is “very concerned” about the “grifter”.

      The hundreds of thousands of dead? The millions being displaced? The rapes, forced exiles, kidnapping of children? The destruction of populated areas and infrastructure?

      Lying Tina© thinks that is just Pooty Poot being Pooty Poot.

    685. jason says:

      New Finnish PM is clear about Ukraine. HHR Putin lapdogs hardest hit.

      And he makes a good point. By fighting Russia, Ukraine is fighting for all of us.

      “First to Ukraine: we stand by you, with you,” Orpo told the Associated Press at NCP’s victory event. “We cannot accept this terrible war. And we will do all that is needed to help Ukraine, Ukrainian people because they fight for us. This is clear.”

      “And the message to (Russian President Vladimir) Putin is: go away from Ukraine because you will lose,” Orpo said.

    686. Tgca says:

      Today is the day the GOP and Indys should stand behind Trump in full force to show they will not stand for this gross abuse of democracy. No other US leader is battled tested and can fight this like Trump can. He single-handedly destroyed the MSM and was instrumental in exposing Big Tech too. He will go to his death fighting this while every other GOPer will ignore it beyond feigned speeches of outrage where they will do nothing about it.

      If the Dems win today, we will truly finally become AMERIKA!

      …and we will deserve our fate as we are marching towards the tactics of Nazi Germany in the 1930s where good people stood by and let a political party hi-jack the gubbermint with the help of its supporting people until they too realized it was too late.

    687. jason says:

      I agree that this is a travesty.

      So much so even the Dems are ashamed of it.

      “Juan Merchan, the New York Supreme Court judge presiding over former President Trump’s arraignment on Tuesday, has denied a request from media outlets to allow live coverage inside the courtroom.”

    688. Just Fill Out the Census says:

      I’ve seen enough: GUILTY!!!!

    689. jason says:

      Historic moment…former President gets on a plane.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      “CNN’s Manu Raju on Trump leaving in his motorcade from Mar-a-Lago to fly to New York: “This is a little rather historic moment. We’re seeing a former President getting on a plane. He’s gonna be inside the courtroom tomorrow.”

    690. jason says:

      I can see the history books detailing this momentous event.

      Former President getting on plane!

    691. Just Fill Out the Census says:


    692. Phil says:

      CNN desperate to get their ratings up. They are, of course, hyping this circus to the max.

      Just Fill Out the Census has seen enough. LOL He’s seen nothing because there IS NOTHING. But of course that “nothing” was all he needed.

      Justice in America, baby.

    693. Tgca says:

      692. JeffP

      Everyone at HHR should take stock in their responsibility for how the US has got to this point as well and not just blame others,

      I myself have failed to get a few people I’ve known to be reasonable as they have embraced this democracy destroying Dem party. They vote for these lunatics. I have failed so I’ve cast these radicals out of my life. I don’t need people in my life, regardless of our past of they support the destruction of our Constitutional and democratic principles. That’s like saying you’re willing to be friends with someone who you know rapes little boys. There’s a line you have to draw.

      Standing by and watching these people support destroying our nation is no different than the march towards Nazism in the 1930s where many stood silent or embraced tyranny.

      So I say to folks here, if you have friends, family members, and others you associate with that support and condone this leftist behavior and continue to elevate leftist to office, fully aware of what their goals are, then you’re also partly responsible for it because you enable them.

      I don’t care if it’s your son or daughter or sister or brother. If you turn a blind eye to them because you have a personal relationship with them, then you have no right to condemn others who embrace this gross abuse of our Constitution and democracy. It can’t be convenient for one to seek blame beyond their own circle.

      Let them know there are consequences. Get these losers out of your life. This is not about political differences and agreeing to disagree. This is about people destroying our way of life and marching us towards political tyranny, that will not end well for the US.

    694. Just Fill Out the Census says:

      Get over yourself Tgca lawlz. What a loooney tune.

    695. jason says:

      Just Fill Out The Census says:
      November 6, 2018 at 7:30 pm

      Hillary was NEVER his far ahead in FL on election night in 2016! It’s OVER FOR DEMENTUS!!!”

      jason says:
      November 6, 2018 at 8:24 pm

      NonCensus is ALWAYS wrong, so there is that.

      He drove by to say Gillum had won.”

    696. Tgca says:


      Actually, we need to get over commies like you!

      Destruction of the US and its values is what you support. How are you different than the Nazi of the 1930s?

    697. jason says:

      ust Fill Out the Census says:
      April 4, 2023 at 10:23 am


      I think converting a bogus misdemeanor with expired status of limitations into 34 felony counts for the same “crime” fits that bill.

    698. Just Fill Out the Census says:

      I would’ve rather had the closeted Gillum than Ron Dementus. Then The governors mansion could’ve been a real party!

      Also…Meatball Ronnie will NEVER be president. Dump Is gonna wipe the floor with him in the primary. Republican primary base: so intelligent!

    699. Tgca says:

      What a mentally disturbed freak!

      Biological male discussing his 1st period which is biologically IMPOSSIBLE.

      This is the AMERIKA that Census supports.

    700. Tina says:

      We are a turd world nation.

      Stephen Miller

      This can’t be said enough: President Trump is, apparently, being charged by a radical Manhattan DA for *not* using campaign funds to resolve a private matter.

    701. jason says:

      Everyone at HHR should take stock in their responsibility for how the US has got to this point as well and not just blame others”

      Tgca talks a lot of nonsense but this is true.

      Somehow we have allowed our society to go from Obama campaigning against gay marriage in 2008 to Dems campaigning for child genital mutilation and infanticide in 2023. We have gone from believing in law and order just a decade ago to accepting DAs that don’t believe in punishment for criminals. From regarding men in women’s dressing rooms as perverts to insisting they have a right to be there and a right to compete in women’s sports.

      This is not criticism of gay marriage, just pointing out fast things changed.

    702. jason says:

      Also…Meatball Ronnie will NEVER be president”

      Just Fill Out The Census says:
      November 6, 2018 at 7:30 pm

      It’s OVER FOR DEMENTUS!!!”

    703. jason says:


      .@budlight: the groomer of beers.

    704. Phil says:


      Yep we’ve made quite the leap as a nation.

      sanity to insanity

    705. Phil says:

      Chicago ought to be interesting tonight speaking of insanity. Let’s see if Chicago chooses to even go further left than even Lightfoot. I wouldn’t bet against it.

    706. DW says:

      jason, and if I could add to your list, we have also gone to the point where a group of Christian schoolchildren and their teachers in a Christian school can be slaughtered by a terrorist who stormed their school with a gun, and the media and left says the Christians are at fault for this, and the shooter was a victim.

    707. DW says:

      And mark it down, the left will NOT STOP until full child sexualization is complete. Child-adult sexual relationships will receive the blessing of Democrats, and the exploitation of children in every way will be normalized.

      And of course “group-marriage” is right around the corner, much to the delight of trial lawyers who will make a fortune sorting out how much the plaintiff will receive when getting a divorce from 4 other people.

    708. DW says:

      And we will see the dropping of laws against public displays of indecency.

    709. Phil says:

      DW is exactly right. Basically, there is no longer ANY line the left won’t cross when it comes to sexuality and children.

    710. Tina says:

      And the gop e facilitated this

      The Russian hoax hit in 2015. The gope encouraged these investigations when Rs had the majority. Remember the gang of 8?

    711. DW says:

      And jason, I predicted all this foolishness that is going on now, back during the marriage debates years ago. I take no delight in a victory lap on my prediction, as I would have much rather been wrong than see the chaos going on now in our destroyed country.

    712. Phil says:

      BTW, should we send out a missing person report on Mitch?

      Leadership, baby.

    713. Dylan says:

      Phil—You want “leadership?” ASA ASA ASA

    714. Phil says:

      what is ASA?

    715. Bitterlaw says:

      Legalizing gay marriage revealed a dark secret. Gay people are just as boring as straight people.

    716. Phil says:

      For years I was opposed to gay marriage along with my conservative friends. I’ve evolved and no longer care. Neither do my conservative friends care any longer. Gays can do what they want in their private lives as consenting adults.

      As one of millions who have been through divorce during my lifetime why should just straights have the pleasure of experiencing the fun divorce experience?

      What’s that Bruce Willis said in Diehard? Oh yeah. Welcome to the party, pal.

    717. DW says:

      Bitter, Phil, will you change your view on adult-child sexual relationships? If 51% in American approve of such relationships will you also approve? What if it jumps to 75% or 99% Do you cave in then? I don’t care if I am the only one left, I will not ever agree that its right to exploit and abuse children.

    718. Bitterlaw says:

      DW – Your martyr act is wearing thin. I can be indifferent towards gay marriage because it is between consenting adults. I have posted for years that rape of children should be a death penalty offense. But you know that.

    719. Phil says:

      That’s a line I won’t cross on adult-child sexual relationships, DW, regardless of what public opinion says. No f-en way. I’d like to think public opinion will ever move in that direction but I’m losing all faith in the sanity of modern society.

    720. Phil says:

      Bitter and I are completely on the same page on this one.

    721. DW says:

      For those who like playing with Google maps:

      68.990493, -145.910618

      Put in those coordinates. Takes you to a mountain in northern Alaska, but google has blanked out what’s there so you cannot see it close up. You have to scroll way out to see its a mountain ridge. But obviously it has to be hidden from public view.

      There was also just a 2.8 earthquake just a few miles north of this spot. No guesses as to what is going on there.

    722. DW says:

      Thanks Bitter and Phil. Just wanted to confirm. And Bitter its not really any sort of “martyr act” I am just following the news and talking about what is going on right in front of our eyes.

      There were six Christians just killed inside a Christian school, and the leftist politicians and media reported that the shooter was the victim, and the Christians were to blame.

    723. Dylan says:

      ASA Hutchinson Ie Mr Leadership

    724. jason says:

      DW, my view on gay marriage didn’t “evolve” because more people approve of it. I still think marriage in the traditional sense should be between a man and a woman.

      However, it is clear to me that gay marriage is here to stay and it is settled law. So while my personal views did not change, I no longer see it as an issue worth fighting about. My definition of marriage is no longer the prevailing one either in public preference or in law.

      I think there is still time to fight transgender issues such as child mutilation and men playing women’s sports.

      Finally, I disagree that gay marriage was the “slippery slope” that led to this. This is part of a much larger effort to destroy America’s values and usher a new socialist order. Gay marriage didn’t bring about the woke movement that wants to defund the police and end incarceration for criminals. It didn’t bring about attacks on free speech like you saw at Stanford Law School. Or attempts to void the 2nd Amendment by executive order or anti-constitutional legislation.

    725. jason says:

      And I am not sure about how much “conservatives” are against the state taking over children at an early age anyway.

      Look at the “conservatives” here who are ok with Putin’s annexation of Ukraine. Have you read one post here where any of them were critical of Russia kidnapping tens of thousands of children and sending them to Russia?

      No? Me neither.

    726. Phil says:

      Yes, Hutchinson is your typical pandering to the media Republican “leader” these days. Even Mitch “crickets” McConnell isn’t that bad compared to that guy….although both are equally useless.

    727. Phil says:

      Who exactly on this site is “ok with Putin’s annexation of Ukraine”?

    728. Phil says:

      Pairings and tee times out for the Masters.

    729. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil- Follow along.

      1. Russia invaded Ukraine to seize territory and, at the least, install a pro-Russian government.

      2. Russia’s invasion was halted by military aid supplied to Ukraine by the U.S. and other nations.

      3. This military aid is the only thing preventing #1.

      4. Opposing that military aid is opposing stopping Putin.

    730. DW says:

      There is irony I suppose that all the efforts feminists made to get equality of woman’s sports in the NCAA in terms of money spent, tournaments, media coverage, etc., all of it is being erased and frankly turned into a mockery because men are now allowed to compete in women’s sports, all the while fools write opinions that there is no competitive difference between men and women.

    731. Phil says:

      There are levels of aid. You can oppose a blank check for Zelensky without being “ok with Putin invading Ukraine” I also favor a strict accounting as to what aid we send and what happens to it. Sue me.

      You think I would have posted that I supported Abrams tanks going to Ukraine if I was “ok with the Putin invasion?

      Zelensky doesnt automatically get to get anything he wants. Nobody elected him POTUS.

    732. Phil says:

      Yeah, you can’t support women’s progress in sports and then argue that trangenders should be able to compete with women.

      That’s outrageous.

    733. Bitterlaw says:

      Jill Biden’s idea of inviting the LSU players (winners) AND Iowa players (losers) to the White House to celebrate the women’s tournament is getting roasted by most people who know if it.

      I am not a big fan of trash talking in sports but it is part of the game. The Iowa player just got her own treatment back at her.

    734. Phil says:

      It ought to get roasted. What a stupid thing for Jill Biden to say. That’s Kamala stupid. As far as the trash talking goes what’s good for the goose is good for the gander. It is indeed part of the game.

    735. Bitterlaw says:

      The idea of both teams going to the White House is insulting to women athletes. Both teams played. I team won.

    736. jason says:

      Phil says:
      April 4, 2023 at 1:08 pm

      Who exactly on this site is “ok with Putin’s annexation of Ukraine”?”

      You. Military aid and other support is the only thing keeping Putin from winning. If you want to cut off aid, then you want him to win.

      There is no free lunch.

      Also you are the hypocrite who keeps talking about how the Russians are no threat because they are stymied in Ukraine, but never acknowledge the reason for that is military aid.

    737. Phil says:

      Jill apparently believes everyone ought to get a participation trophy. Not surprising in the least she thinks like that.

    738. jason says:

      Zelensky doesnt automatically get to get anything he wants.”

      Zzzzz…another straw argument. Nobody here ever proposed he get “what he wants”.

      He should get what is necessary to defeat the Russians in Ukraine.

      Nothing more, nothing less.

    739. jason says:

      4. Opposing that military aid is opposing stopping Putin”


      You can’t advocate for Ukraine’s surrender, which is that cutting off aid would trigger, without acknowledging that means Russia wins.

      So spare us the “I want Ukraine to surrender, but I don’t want Putin to win” BS.

    740. jason says:

      Hungarian Parliament votes 182-6 to admit Finland to NATO.

      And Hungary was supposed to be Putin’s “friend”.

    741. Tgca says:


      Very few gays choose legal marriage, less than 10%, and most gay married men are in open relationships or other arrangements that are antithetical to the institution of marriage.

      I thought gay marriage would change the gay community for the better as the younger generation adapts to the traditional institution of marriage but it has not. Young gay men are just as much into open relationships and making a mockery of the institution of marriage as are Hollywood celebrities who can’t practice faithfulness or remain married for more than a few years.

      Gay marriages are not serious commitments but basically arrangements for financial and security purposes.

    742. Tgca says:


      Gay marriage has nothing to do with tranny issues and trends.

      Most gay people are not fans of trannies either but they tolerate and support them because they are lumped together politically just like AA and Jews tolerate each other for political reasons but do not openly embrace one another.

      I’ve come across many trannies over the years and other gays usually mocked and made fun of them, and certainly most gays don’t support sex assignment for kids. I also think Lesbians are really tired of trannies infringing on the rights of women too but don’t have organizational clout to openly oppose them.

      You’re more likely to find radically left straight liberal women and younger straight people (under 25) pushing for tranny rights because it’s their bleeding heart that dictates them emotionally.

    743. Phil says:

      …and we have differences on what Ukraine needs. Live with it.

      Unfortunately, my original response to you got “an awaiting moderation. This is a preview, your comment will be visible after it has been approved”.

      It won’t be.

    744. Tgca says:

      I think we are going back to a time where sexual relations with the young, like low to mid teens was more permissible. Historically, that has been older men preying on young girls.

      I bet many straight men look forward to the opportunity of rolling back times so they can sexualize young girls.

    745. DW says:

      Just one of many consequences of canceling the culture so many are eager to cancel:

      “School Superintendent Candidate Has Job Offer Yanked for Politely Calling Two Women ‘Ladies’ in Email”

      I guess the right word must have been ‘sluts’?

    746. Bitterlaw says:

      Phil – I have comments awaiting moderation since 2004. Be patient.

    747. Phil says:

      Bitter, in this case pretty sure what I said doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell of being approved.

    748. NYCmike says:

      “Finally, I disagree that gay marriage was the “slippery slope” that led to this.”

      -Not so sure about this.

      The way “gay marriage” was implemented, by judicial fiat instead of through the legislative process, definitely was NOT a good thing for this country.

      It was a precursor of using “feelings”, “fairness” and so-called “popular support”, drummed up by the usual Big Media/Big Tech/Big Govt conglomerates instead of the typical legislative process used in our former thriving republic.

    749. jason says:

      The way “gay marriage” was implemented, by judicial fiat instead of through the legislative process, definitely was NOT a good thing for this country.”

      I bet gay marriage would pass in a referendum in at least 40 states.

    750. jason says:

      pril 4, 2023 at 2:38 pm

      …and we have differences on what Ukraine needs. Live with it”

      Ok, I will bite.

      What do you think Ukraine needs?

    751. NYCmike says:

      “I bet gay marriage would pass in a referendum in at least 40 states.”

      -Now, maybe.

      Back then, it was defeated in every state they held a referendum, if my memory is correct.

      The “betters” among us should have left it alone for the “masses” to figure that out……but of course, you being a “limited government” individual, has no issue with the way it went down.

    752. jason says:

      NYCmike says:
      April 4, 2023 at 3:38 pm

      “I bet gay marriage would pass in a referendum in at least 40 states.”

      -Now, maybe.

      Back then, it was defeated in every state they held a referendum, if my memory is correct.”

      Zzzzzz… a lot of things that would win referendums in the past would lose now.

      “has no issue with the way it went down”

      And what evidence to you have for this lie?

    753. Tgca says:

      NYC thinks gay marriage is a result of judicial fiat. Hmmm…

      I bet he feels that Brown vs BOE was judicial fiat too because so many states were so eager to desegregate at the time.

      If it were up to NYC, we’d still have black only water fountains and AA sections in restaurants too or just maybe excluding AA from restaurants considering he felt it’s a restaurant’s owner’s right to deny people basic civil rights if it makes others feel uncomfortable.

      Judicial fiat be damned!

    754. jason says:

      I certainly had a lot of issues “with how it went down”.

      Many states had “defense of marriage acts” and Clinton himself signed the DOMA.


      “On June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges that the 14th Amendment requires all U.S. state laws to recognize same-sex marriages.This left Section 2 of DOMA as superseded and unenforceable”

      I agree the “masses” should have decided, not the courts.


    755. jason says:

      But by now, the “masses” would have made gay marriage legal in just about every state.

    756. Bitterlaw says:

      I think the Brown case was a beautiful use of raw judicial power to make those racist scumbags do the right thing, abolish “separate but equal” BS, and educate children. I reserve the right to evaluate other examples of raw judicial power on a case by case basis.

    757. Bitterlaw says:

      The fact that the Brown decision stuck it to Southern Democrats was a bonus.

    758. NYCmike says:

      “And what evidence to you have for this lie?”

      -It was a stated opinion based on your flippant attitude towards judicial overreach.

      Your statement in #776 clears that up.

      Many thanks.

    759. Tina says:

      See new Tweets

      Eric Trump

      BREAKING!!! the 9th Circuit just awarded Trump $121,962.56 in attorney fees from Stormy Daniels. Order just released. This in addition to the roughly $500k she already owes him.

    760. Phil says:

      Jason, talking to you about Ukraine is a waste of my time and yours. You don’t need me to be part of any dialogue when you just continually put words in my mouth (ok with Putin’s invasion? Paleeeez)- you continually make it a conversation of what you say and then what you say I say. You don’t need me to converse further on the subject. You’ve already written my transcript for me putting words in my mouth.

      Apparently, if you don’t give Zelinski everything he wants when he wants it you’re automatically part of the “Putin brigade”. It’s a continuous drumbeat. I’ve said before give him the 33 Abrams tanks – but that isn’t enough apparently to keep me from being a “putin stooge” What’s enough? 40, 50, 100? Who knows what your cut off is? Whatever it is it wouldn’t be enough so F it.

      I think the main threat to the US is China and I don’t think it’s close. Their military grows stronger and more modern by the day. Their navy is now bigger than ours and our aircraft carriers are now vulnerable…Our military in general grows weaker under Biden – more woke, we are not meeting our recruiting quota goals, our ammunition plus stingers is being drawn down without any replacement strategy (Tawain needs stingers to ward off invasion), our petroleum reserve is down to 1983 levels – we aren’t prepared to face our most dangerous foe. They are clearly gunning for us and nobody seems to care. Hell, we have all kinds of Chinese nationals streaming over the southern border. Who knows how many saboteurs are here already. Anything being done about that? of course not.

      Screw it. I’m done with the topic of Ukraine. Just quit putting words in my mouth. There hasn’t been one single post by me insinuating that I was ok with or rubber stamping in any way Putin’s invasion. Try and find one. You won’t. I’ve posted hundreds of times on Ukraine. If the Russians start winning then we can increase the aid – their winter offensive is in the toilet. They’ve lost 200,000 and there isn’t a single indication that they are going to turn things around.

    761. Tina says:

      Bondo bush Barr is incompetent

      Emerald Robinson ??

      Watching AG Bill Barr complain about the indictment of President Trump is laughable: there’s nobody in the Trump Administration more responsible for destabilizing law & order in America than him.

    762. Tina says:

      Dhillon confirms trump winning his lawsuit against porn star.

    763. Tom says:

      Liberals always have a hidden agenda. I doubt gay marriage would have ever been approved if people had known it would lead to drag queens giving twerking demos to elementary school children and mutilating children with gender changing surgeries.

    764. Tina says:

      What about Romney character. A dog on top of a station wagon?

      le. ????????????
      Quote Tweet

      Jennifer Haberkorn

      Romney: “I believe President Trump’s character and conduct make him unfit for office. Even so, I believe the New York prosecutor has stretched to reach felony criminal charges in order to fit a political agenda.”

    765. Tina says:

      Fat Albert is exposed. Indict him. He cited federal law absent any citation. The use of federal resources must be examined.

      Kevin McCarthy

      Alvin Bragg is attempting to interfere in our democratic process by invoking federal law to bring politicized charges against President Trump, admittedly using federal funds, while at the same time arguing that the peoples’ representatives in Congress lack jurisdiction to investigate this farce.

      Not so. Bragg’s weaponization of the federal justice process will be held accountable by Congress.
      2:00 PM · Apr 4, 2023

    766. Tina says:

      This needs to be tossed asap.

      Leslie McAdoo Gordon ????????

      DJT NY Case. This statement of facts reads to me as if they may be trying for a fraud on the public theory. That is, that the intent to defraud, which they have to prove for even the misdemeanor, is a fraud on the public in the 2016 election.


      Leslie McAdoo Gordon ????????

      So Bragg apparently thinks he’s going to play hide the ball with respect to what the second crime allegedly is, which is needed to push it to a felony.

      I think it’s likely the judge won’t go along with that.

    767. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      As indicated in an earlier thread. There already is oversight of how U.S. funds are spent in Ukraine:

      176. “Specifically, Congress mandated the creation of a list of all security assistance and defense articles provided to Ukraine—and enhanced monitoring of that equipment once it enters Ukraine. Congress also mandated that the DoD reports on all end-use of military equipment. As of this writing, the DoD has found no evidence of Ukraine diverting US-supplied defense equipment. This makes basic sense: a smaller, weaker country like Ukraine could not defeat its much larger Russian adversary if Western weapons were not reaching the front lines.

      Indeed, Ukraine’s battlefield successes follow a basic rhythm. In June, the US released Harpoon coastal defense systems to Ukraine. Later that month, the British Defense Ministry announced that Ukraine used this Western system to sink a Russian ship on its way to Snake Island, causing the Russians to abandon the strategic outpost. The HIMARS launcher, first sent last summer, propelled Ukraine’s counteroffensives in the south and east, enabling Ukraine to liberate Kherson and take back major territories in the Kharkiv region. And the US shipment of over 100 M777 Howitzers proved effective against Russian equipment at a time when the Ukrainians were running dangerously low on artillery systems.

      Still, in keeping with its responsibilities, the new Republican majority in the House is standing watch and directing new efforts. Earlier this month, Mike Rogers, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee, led a congressional delegation to Romania and Poland to oversee the distribution of Ukraine aid.

      Following the trip, the bipartisan group of lawmakers agreed that they “came away with a clear understanding of the various safeguards the US government, in partnership with the Ukrainians and other nations, have put in place to ensure each article is accounted for and tracked to the frontline of the war.” Because Congressman Rogers sees oversight as a top priority of his committee, he will press the point in an oversight hearing on Tuesday, February 28.””

    768. Cash Cow TM says:


      finger given to Moscow.

    769. Phil says:

      Well, that’s about as much as you are going to get out of Romney. Surprised he said anything.

      ‘’Crickets” McConnell had anything to say yet?

      Of course not.

    770. Bitterlaw says:

      I think that Trump is an amoral scumbag (Jason stole my term to describe Robbie). I would cross the street to avoid shaking his hand. That said, this case against him is BS. If he gets the GOP nomination, he will get my vote for the third time. He forefeited the chance for my primary vote with his stance on Ukraine.

    771. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      790. In Finland all males at age 18 are required to enter the military. After military training they remain in a military reserve until after age 50-60. About 80% of all males in Finland have received military training. Currently Finland has 280,000 men in its military reserve.

      Finland build roads so they can also serve as runways for military aircraft. Finland has purchased 64 F-35 jet fighters. This is in addition to the existing 62 F/A-18 fighter jets.

      The Finnish border is only 100 miles from St. Petersburg, The Russian Northern Fleet headquarters on the Kola Peninsula is only 100 miles from the Finnish border. You can see Finland from NATO member Estonia, and both together could effectively seal off Russian Navy in St. Petersburg.

      It boogles the mind what a strategic disaster Finland joining NATO is for Russia.

    772. Cash Cow TM says:

      The DCCC has announced they are targeting 31 house seats in 2024

      Two sats held by D congresscritters who are running for Sente in 2024, plus the following seats that are now held by Republicans:
      The other GOP-held seats on the committee’s list are held by:

      Rep. Dave Schweikert of Arizona

      Rep. Juan Ciscomani of Arizona

      Rep. Kevin Kiley of California

      Rep. John Duarte of California

      Rep. David Valadao of California

      Rep. Mike Garcia of California

      Rep. Young Kim of California

      Rep. Ken Calvert of California

      Rep. Michelle Steel of California

      Rep. Anna Paulina Luna of Florida

      Rep. Maria Salazar of Florida

      Rep. Mariannette Miller-Meeks of Iowa

      Rep. Zachary Nunn of Iowa

      Rep. John James of Michigan

      Rep. Ryan Zinke of Montana

      Rep. Thomas Kean of New Jersey

      Rep. Nick LaLota of New York

      Rep. Anthony D’Esposito of New York

      Rep. Michael Lawler of New York

      Rep. Marcus Molinaro of New York

      Rep. Brandon Williams of New York

      Rep. Lori Chavez-DeRemer of Oregon

      Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania

      Rep. Scott Perry of Pennsylvania

      Rep. Monica De La Cruz of Texas

      Rep. Jennifer Kiggans of Virginia

      Rep. Bryan Steil of Wisconsin

      Rep. Derrick Van Orden of Wisconsin

    773. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      793. I will not vote for Trump because of his Ukraine position. But the charges brought against him in New York City are totally bogus.

    774. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      793. Bitter, here is what Trump said recently about Ukraine. It’s on YouTube. When Trump says he will resolve the Ukraine conflict with 24 hours — believe it involves one side having to raise the white flag. Trump has previously stated he opposed selling tanks to the Ukraine:

      “In a recent interview with Fox News, former President Trump says he got along ‘great’ with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Trump says Putin will ‘ultimately’ take over all of Ukraine”

    775. NYCmike says:

      The Brown decision reversed a clearly racist previous decision.

      The court changing the definition of marriage through executive fiat was NOTHING of the sort.

      For Tgca to make that comparison is wrong.

    776. NYCmike says:

      #796 – for 4 years, Russia didn’t invade Ukraine.

      Trump was in office.

      But now, because Trump SAID SOMETHING that may infer Ukraine forfeiting, SDC will not ever vote for Trump again.

      +1 vote for Biden, the President when Russia invaded Ukraine.

      How does that make any sense!?!?

    777. NYCmike says:


    778. jason says:

      Failing to confront Putin and squash his plans to recreate the Soviet Union certainly would disqualify Trump from the Presidency.

      However, I am not convinced that is really Trump’s position. He is an isolationist but at the same time he believes in American exceptionalism, and he probably understands that carries with it interests far beyond its borders.

      There is a strong isolationist wing in today’s R party, one of the reasons it no longer represents my views. Trump is tapping into that, although in the long run it is counterproductive and self defeating, just like his stupid tariffs and trade wars.

      If he becomes President, I doubt he will really want a stronger expansionist Russia. Despite his asinine anti-NATO rhetoric and isolationist drivel while President, he didn’t leave Afghanistan, he fought the war against ISIS, interfered in Syria, killed the Iranian General, etc.

      If he really ran on delivering Ukraine to Russia, I wouldn’t vote for him. But let’s see.

    779. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      799. “But now, because Trump SAID SOMETHING”

      Trump has been stating his opposition to military aid to Ukraine consistently over the last year. Without military aid from US/NATO Ukraine could not continue to resist the Russian invasion. There is no ambiguity to Trump’s position.

    780. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Has the indictment of Donald Trump by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg made you ?more or less supportive? of Donald Trump??

      More? Supportive 55%
      No Change 3%
      Less Supportive 14%

      550 Likely Republican primary voters, 3/31-4/1

    781. Tgca says:


      The US is a country with a Constitution that allows for majority rule with respect for minority rights so “masses” don’t always decide and should not always decide because you have to look at intent. It’s why often courts have protected minority rights, and when I say that, I’m not strictly talking ethnicity but minority views, whether they be business, personal, or otherwise, that are important to our society.

      It’s also why we have the electoral college. Without it, a few big states would outvote the rest of the country, and the Founding Fathers knew we could not survive as a nation under that constraint that a majority population always rules

      The trick is finding the right balance and application under the Constitution of majority rule with minority rights.

    782. jason says:

      The NC Dem that switched to Rs is not a conservative, she is a lifelong Dem from a safe Dem district.

      But she was hounded by the woke mob for not voting on a bill the Dems wanted to oppose.

      Evidently, she had enough. Other Dems are taking notice:

      “Rep. Cecil Brockman, a Guilford Democrat, said Democrats only had themselves to blame.

      “I think she just wanted to do what’s best for her district and when you’re constantly talked about and trashed — especially the way that we have been over the past few weeks — I think this is what happens,” Brockman told The News & Observer.

      Asked what he thought about Cotham’s decision resulting in a proper Republican supermajority, Brockman said Democrats should be more introspective.

      “I hope the (Democratic) party takes a strong look at how they react to people making the decisions that they make — they put themselves in this position,” Brockman said.”

    783. Bitterlaw says:

      Isolationism became impossible dangerous after the invention of the airplane. America does not need to be involved in every conflict but it must be prepared to be involved in any conflict that threatens its interests.

    784. Tgca says:


      I’m not only talking Brown here, that was an example of the times is my point. The US was a highly racist nation that treated AA extremely poorly and had little to no regard for their rights or freedoms. Most people here had parents or grandparents that held those views.

      There’s no ifs, buts, or ans about it but that was the time and it took a forward thinking Court to realize that should not be the future. The same with the Loving case over interracial marriage, the vast majority of Americans not accepting of it, but again, the court set the stage for the future.

      The same with gay marriage. Sometimes courts get these things right.

      50 years from now, people will look back at all who opposed gay marriage in its days as IGORENT bigots and not people they think had moral standards just like people think of those unconcerned with AA for nearly a 100 years after the end of the Civil War.

      That’s the way life is. Times change and you can’t hold onto the past.

      NYC is defining history through his eyes today which believed racism was wrong in the 40s and 50s when probably 98% of white America could care less.

    785. Bitterlaw says:

      CNN panel roasting the DA for a case their legal experts say is garbage.

      MSNBC panel says Trump is guilty and they will worry about the charges later.

    786. Tgca says:

      The problem with my good friend Bitter’s statement below is many of those southern Dems then became Republicans so in essence, the GOP became a sanctuary for disgruntled racist southern Dems.

      The fact that the Brown decision stuck it to Southern Democrats was a bonus.

    787. Tina says:

      What has the gop e done?

      Is Biden’s Beotch still mute?

    788. jason says:

      I don’t agree with Tgca the courts were “right” about gay marriage, I think that is a crock of crap. I think the comparison with interracial marriage and segregation is complete BS. The courts were not “setting the stage for the future”, they intentionally reversed the results of lawful referendums and duly passed legislation by Congress in order to reflect their personal views. NYC is right about that, blind squirrels do find acorns.

      But do agree social mores change and gay marriage is now acceptable to a majority of the population.

      But it is not bigoted or homophobic to be against gay marriage, I have made this point here for years.

    789. Bitterlaw says:

      They became better people when they joined the Republican Party.

    790. jason says:


      RedStater Dan McLaughlin: “Calling this thin gruel is an insult to thin gruel.”

    791. Tina says:

      Hopefully, the house Rs enforce the subpoena against fate Albert.

      Lock his arse up for failing to come before Congress

    792. Bitterlaw says:

      Trump starts speech by talking about Hunter’s laptop. Ok. Back to switching between Phillies-Yankees and 76ers-Celtics.

    793. jason says:

      From August 2015 to December 2017 the Defendant orchestrated a scheme with others to influence the 2016 presidential election by identifying and purchasing negative information about him to suppress its publication and benefit the Defendant’s electoral prospects”

      So in December 2017 Trump was scheming to influence the 2016 election?

      And since when is “identifying and purchasing negative information” illegal?

      Crazy sh-t.

    794. Tina says:

      Even “turd world countries are acting more democratic than in our banana. Republica. We are an embarrassment to the world.

      Xi and Pooty poot will have a field day over this.

    795. jason says:

      who opposed gay marriage in its days as IGORENT bigots”


    796. Tina says:

      There is no federal criminal statute for that.

      That is hotshot.

      What would you call the phuqin hoax dossier?

    797. Tina says:

      Trump won $600000 from horse face.

      All from the 9th circus Court.

    798. Tina says:

      And fat Albert is holding back on one of the charges for a later date.

      He cannot play hide the ball

      This could be easily appealed in federal court and a civil rights violation.

    799. jason says:

      The irony of that is that Stormy has to pay back about 5 times more than what she got.

    800. jason says:

      Even CNN is skeptical…

      “But when it comes to New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s indictment against the Orange Man What Is Bad™, even CNN can’t quite get on board that particular train. During a recent panel hosted by Anderson Cooper, Elie Honig, a former assistant U.S. attorney, expressed skepticism about the charges being levied against the former president.

      “Now, payment of hush money is not a crime. It’s not a federal crime. It’s not a state crime. So how did they get here to state charges?” he asked. “They’re relying on a state law that makes it, in that first instance, a misdemeanor to falsify business records.”

      Honig then pointed out that “in order to bump that up from a misdemeanor to a felony, you have to show that those records were falsified to commit some other crime, some second crime.” He acknowledged that the indictment does not “specify what that second crime is.”

    801. jason says:

      Asked about what the “second crime” is today, Bragg said “the law doesn’t obligate him to say”.

      Maybe he is still looking for it.

    802. Tina says:

      They lost mccrappe.

      Insider Paper

      NEW ???? El Salvador President Bukele’s comment on Trump indictment:

      “Think what you want about former President Trump and the reasons he’s being indicted.

      But just imagine if this happened in any other country, where a government arrested the main opposition candidate.

      The United States ability to use “democracy” as foreign policy is gone.”
      2:58 PM · Apr 4, 2023

    803. Phil says:

      I thought the legal case against Trump was weak sauce to begin with….then I started to listen to the legal experts of all political stripes break it down in detail. Good God. It’s beyond laughable. This guy Bragg actually brought this case to a grand jury? Any first year law student could beat this “case”.


    804. Tina says:

      Is fat Albert going to indict Hillary. She had to pay a federal fine for the dossier hoax.

      Chuck Ross

      Hillary Clinton’s campaign (based in Brooklyn so not in Bragg’s jurisdiction) did the same thing regarding its payments for the Steele dossier. Routed payments for a false piece of oppo research through a law firm and called it a “legal expense.”

    805. Tina says:

      Fa5 Albert identifies no underlying crime. (No statute). He also cannot hold back on a “second charge”.

      This is a federal violation.

    806. Tina says:

      Greta Van Susteren

      Ok…this is bizarre where is the “underlying crime” that makes the indictment a felony??? It is not stated in the indictment..and indictments must put the accused on notice and not make it a guessing game. This indictment is in deep trouble!

    807. Phil says:

      The indictment refers to “the crime” and then fails to name what this crime is.

      What’s up with that?

      Yep, Robbie. They really got him now!

    808. Tina says:

      They even lost Justine Asquish

      Justin Amash

      After reading DA Bragg’s indictment of Trump and accompanying statement of facts, I’m stunned any prosecutor would move forward with this. It’s even flimsier than we were led to believe. Thirty-four stacked counts, bootstrapped to an unstated crime, to manufacture felony charges.

    809. Tina says:

      And if trump “concelaed”. Ny state crimes, why was he not charged with any state crimea?

    810. PresidentPaul! says:

      BREAKING: Trump was temporarily placed in a holding cell between two other inmates being processed for petty theft. I am being told that Trump had a short conversation with one of them and they will be dining together tonight in Mar-a-Lago.

    811. Wobbles says:

      That makes Trump a petty thief too.

    812. jason says:

      the GOP became a sanctuary for disgruntled racist southern Dems.”

      Repeating this left wing canard doesn’t make it true either.

      The Republican Party wasn’t offering racism to white Southern Dems, that is a crock. Many of the southern Dem politicians were a lot more racist than Republicans. The Dixiecrats were Dems.

      The Dems abandoned the southern white voters by pursuing increasingly liberal policies, including trying to force unionization. I am not saying there weren’t racists in the migration, I am saying race was not the only factor.

    813. Cash Cow TM says:

      While everyone has been focused on Trump, Ukraine and abortion, WI is having an election today for State Supreme Court that could switch it from conservative controlled to liberal.

      Results so far:

      Liberal Dem winning.

      2023 WIS. GENERAL

      Apr 4, 2023, 9:25 PM
      AP estimates
      19% of votes counted

      Janet Protasiewicz (really D)
      199,500 votes 59.7%
      Daniel Kelly (really R)
      134,532 votes 40.3%

      460-some thousand absentee ballots requested.

    814. Tina says:

      Only fat Albert, Andrew unweissman, the Clinton groupie, and the Russian hoaxer believe in this case.

      Unweissman lost 9-0 in the Supreme Court.

    815. Cash Cow TM says:

      2023 WIS. GENERAL
      Apr 4, 2023, 9:33 PM
      AP estimates
      32% of votes counted

      Janet Protasiewicz
      323,042 votes 59.2%
      Daniel Kelly
      222,444 votes 40.8%

      I predict the communist liberal socialist democrat will win.

    816. Phil says:

      As one who completed my MA thesis on the political transformation of the South in the 60s and 70s. I can tell you that the transformation was not primarily due to racial issues. The scholarly literature on the subject will tell you that. Race was a factor, but it was a factor down the list. The Democratic Party did indeed pursue increasingly liberal policies. The Party abandoned any sense of moderation and the party left southerners, not southerners leaving the party. Jack Kennedy in the early 60s was a moderate and carried southern states. By the 70s his brand in the Democratic Party was drastically reduced. By 1980 it was extinct.

    817. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “The same with gay marriage. Sometimes courts get these things right.”

      Marriage has always been regulated by state laws. I favor gay marriage, but constitutionally believe it, like abortion, should be regulated by the states. I am in long-term relationship, but not seeing any particular benefit to getting married — our relationship is nobody’s business.

    818. jason says:

      The communist is winning the Chicago Mayoral election.

      Amoral Scumbag will be here soon to blame Trump.

    819. jason says:

      Bitter hardest hit.

      A piece of a cannonball was found on Oak Island.

    820. Phil says:

      Not good news in Wisconsin. Look for voting drop boxes on every college campus in 2024 plus unlimited mail in ballots and massive vote harvesting.

    821. jason says:

      There are metallic anomalies in the swamp.

      We could be getting somewhere.

    822. Robbie says:

      Hard to believe a judge who tried to help Trump overturn the election results in Wisconsin lost the state supreme court race.

    823. Paul says:

      I’m so excited about Wisconsin.

    824. Bitterlaw says:

      Where is the other piece of the cannon ball?

    825. jason says:

      Next week there will be a game changer on Oak Island.

    826. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag actually thinks Trump lost WI by 20,000 votes.

      No shrink can help that kind of delusion.

    827. Paul says:

      I’m looking forward to my bonus from Soros for delivering Wisconsin tonight.

    828. JeffP says:

      It’s kinda obvious that Trump voters were a no show in WI. Look at the Trump county margins. That doesn’t mean it’s Trumps fault.

    829. Robbie says:

      Christian Schneider

      At the advent of the Trump era in 2017, conservatives held an insurmountable 5-2 majority in the WI Supreme Court. They’ve now lost the court and two governor’s races.

      – Aren’t you getting tired of all of the winning?

      Hard to believe election denialism lost yet again when it lost everywhere it was promoted in 2022.

      I guess all of you Trump loving dolts are ok with losing so long as Donnie is the center of your existence.

    830. Phil says:

      We know you’re certainly ok with it don’t we Robbie.

    831. Bitterlaw says:

      I made the right choice. After turning off CNN, MSNBC, and Trump’s speech, Phillies and 76ers win.

    832. Dylan says:

      What it comes down to is the dark reality that it is impossible for the GOP to win the electoral college anymore Everything else (Wisconsin , Chicago) is just noise

    833. Tgca says:

      The GOP only has itself to blame for WI. Poor messaging again. I think that’s another state the GOP could kiss good-bye now, even for Trump given a new lib justice who will side with election engineering.

      What is wrong with these Midwestern voters.

    834. Phil says:


      Dylan is right. The electoral vote numbers just aren’t there any longer.

    835. Tgca says:

      Trump was the only GOPer to win the GE me thinks. With PA and WI moving further left now, it is more worrisome if even he can do that.

      DeSanctimonius won’t come close and he’s dropping in the polls and once the Floreedah ABORTION ban hits, it’s over for him with moderate women voters. I don’t see how moderates can support such an extreme law pushed by him.

    836. Phil says:

      …and the current election laws in Pa and soon to be enacted election laws in Wisconsin are the Democrat’s insurance policies in those states.

    837. Cash Cow TM says:

      Democrat party’s $8,000,000 to
      Protasiewicz pays off.
      2023 WIS. GENERAL
      Apr 4, 2023, 10:35 PM
      AP estimates

      70% of votes counted
      Janet Protasiewicz wins.

      AP race call at 9:53 p.m. on April 4, 2023.

      Janet Protasiewicz
      758,263 votes 55.7%
      Daniel Kelly
      602,612 votes 44.3%
      RIP Wisconsin.

    838. Tgca says:

      I’ve said this over and over, the GOP MUST win MI, PA or WI to outright win the WH. Without one of those states, the GOP can’t realistically get to 270.

      Trump was the only GOPer to do that in over 30 years.

      The best the GOP can do is win NH to get it to 269 and then kick it over to the House votes by states.

    839. Phil says:

      btw, Michigan just enacted a new liberal voting law ala Nevada’s so that state is now off the table as well.

    840. Dylan says:

      861—-unless the GOP can figure out a way to get SCOTUS to invalidate the WI and PA election laws (don’t forget that MI is a one party state too) and they ain’t doing that, it’s over. I’m not gonna leave the US but I am planning to be abroad for the next election I just won’t be able to handle the lefts gloating

      They won….

    841. NYCmike says:

      The WI race and the Bragg indictment being today makes sense now – everybody was watching NYC, except for Soros and the Dems who were solidifying another state.

    842. Tgca says:


      Did the left win or did the right lose because it ignored its principles?

      The GOP has spent years either turning off voters or abandoning its loyal voters that no longer trust them and are not energized to fight without a perceived warrior.

    843. NYCmike says:

      Tgca – In Wisconsin, how did Republican voters turn off the voters?

      If it wasn’t for Scott Walker and a Republican legislature the last 10+ years, state spending taxes and everything else would be a lot higher than what they have now. That state is about to get whacked good and hard.

    844. JeffP says:

      I will only live in a deep red state for the rest of my life. The GOP is so fractured from Vichy Uniparty types to nut cases like Laura Loomer and her ilk.

    845. Tina says:

      Looks like the Rnc (national committee of Rinos) provided no support or assistance in the Wi race.

      Way to go neice Quittens Romney.

    846. Paul says:

      864: Soros kept us mules focused on Wisconsin today. I’m a bit worried about the Wisconsin Senate race.

    847. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      “Clinton regrets persuading Ukraine to denuclearize in 1994. “I feel a personal stake because I got them (Ukraine) to agree to give up their nuclear weapons. And none of them believe that Russia would have pulled this stunt if Ukraine still had their weapons,” Former U.S. President Bill Clinton said in an interview with RTÉ.”

    848. michael corleone says:

      WI SC election tells me the GOP has a massive abortion problem and is going to get curb stomped in 2024 if they don’t moderate immediately on the abortion issue. DeSantis is about to destroy his general election prospects by signing the 6 week anti
      abortion bill. Ironically, the one guy who may be able to right the ship is Trump if he were to (i) pledge that he will not sign any abortion legislation on grounds it is not a proper federal issue and (ii) publicly condemn the extreme abortion laws being pushed in certain states. He can probably get away with this and suffer little base erosion because (a) his die-hard supporters are sycophants and (b) he delivered on Roe.

    849. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Utah Gov. Spencer J. Cox
      As governors, we will continue to stand with the people of Ukraine who continue to inspire the world with their courage and determination. Grateful to speak with President @ZelenskyyUa

      @GovMurphy and
      @NatlGovsAssoc today.

    850. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      872. Governor Cox has high approval numbers in Utah; by contrast Trump and Biden do not:

      “The poll found that 59 percent of registered voters in the state have a favorable view of the governor, while 28 percent hold an unfavorable view…

      “Popularity heading into this year’s legislative session in Utah is a good place to be for the Governor,” Mike Noble, OHPI Chief of Research, said in a press release.

      * * *

      “former president Donald Trump in the poll. It found that 43 percent had a favorable view of Trump compared to 56 percent who had an unfavorable view.

      Even so, Trump fared much better than president Joe Biden, a Democrat. While 31 percent of Utah voters had a favorable view of Biden, 66 percent had an unfavorable opinion. “

    851. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      It is so nice to be away from the leftist lunacy of California

      “Kids in Utah will soon need their parents permission to use social media, and a usage curfew will be put in place. Set to begin in 2024, Utah Gov.
      says the laws are an effort to “end the abuses” of social media on children.


    852. Pitchaboy says:

      WI essentially reinforced the view that GOP is dead on arrival in 2024. But for gerrymandering, they would be in a minority in the House and Senate for a good long while. They tried to shove abortion restrictions down the throats of women. They are now facing the consequences. In a society that is becoming increasingly agnostic, thumping the scriptures gets you nowhere. They will lose the Supreme majority in the next couple of cycles. Only a catastrophic economic or foreign policy collapse will stop Slo Joe.

    853. Pitchaboy says:

      Perhaps eke out narrow Senate wins and stop Biden. Or hold the House as long as the supreme fools don’t come up with some other inspired stupidity. In biology, we call this apoptosis.

    854. JeffP says:

      875 I agree completely.

      Digging into the numbers.

      Why didn’t Trump make the Wisconsin election an important priority? Big fail on his part and his voters stayed home.

      Trump supporting Ronna was another bad judgment of support.

      Trump is controlled opposition now.

      Regardless of the injustice. The sooner he is out of the national picture the better.

    855. Bitterlaw says:

      874 will not stand if a challenge is made on First Amendmemt grounds. Parents, not government, need to step up on their children’s social media usage. Requiring parents to do what they should already be doing is an overreach.

    856. Tina says:

      The Republicans in the senate won’t stop Biden.

      Did you forget about Quittens, Biden’s beotch, and most, if not all of the so called “leadership” in the senate.

      They are losers.

    857. Tina says:

      Jack Posobiec ????????

      Clinton and Trump both ran their campaigns from NYC in 2016

      Clinton paid for the Steele Dossier in 2016 and claimed it was ‘legal expenses’ when that was an obvious lie

      She paid a fine, while Trump is being indicted

      Are you paying attention yet?

    858. DW says:

      Pitchaboy, the Scriptures? Abortion wipes out PEOPLE, not just potential Christians. Abortion is a plague on all, and a trampling of the civil rights of those killed. Every abortion wipes out 72 years of civil liberties.

      I am not optimistic at all for 2024, but it has to do with ballot harvesting and mailing out ballots all over the place so they are littering the streets, and anyone can pick one up, fill it out and put it in a drop box. That’s what kills 2024 for the GOP.

      But the events that will shape the outcome in 2024 have probably not happened yet. Biden may well get us in WWIII, or he could outlaw food, or any number of things.

    859. Tina says:

      Getting back to fat Albert.

      I wonder how trump could make entries starting apparently in February of 2017, when he was president and all business asssts were placed in a blind trust?

      Just a minor important detail here.

    860. Tgca says:

      Jeffie now blaming Trump for WI justice election loss further demonstrates his TDS.

      Actually, the GOP is on a losing streak or not doing as well as expected due to poor leadership and focus. That is not on Trump since he’s not the driver there.

    861. Tgca says:

      Pitch is correct. Once DeSanctimonius signs the Floreedah ABORTION ban, his national political prospects are doomed. He will lose significant support among moderates, particularly GOP and Indy women.

      The ABORTION ban will be viewed as extreme and what’s to come if he’s elected POTUS.

      This is the problem I’ve been saying about DeSanctimonius for months. He went from taking the successes Rick Scott handed him and competently managing them to pushing radically far-right agenda that is reminiscent of Pat Buchanan, weaponizing gubbermint in the process.

    862. Robbie says:


      You are not going to win 2024 centering a campaign around the grievances of one unpopular man.

      Be mad. Scream at me about it. But you know it’s true. It’s just a matter of whether you want to accept it or keep the dopamine hits rolling a little while longer.

      – Meanwhile, Jason fraud yells “Stop the steal!”.

    863. Bitterlaw says:

      Just for argument’s sake, if Trump decided to give up running for the 2024 nomination and endorsed DeSantis, what would Tgca do?

    864. Tgca says:


      I agree on ABORTION. It’s murder! But our society has changed significantly to the point where it’s viewed as a routine procedure no different than removing an unwanted wart.

      People do not see it as life being destroyed.

      We can push legislation that limits gubbermint funding and parental notification, as those are reasonable to most but unless we change the hearts and minds of people, we can’t legislate ABORTION effectively any more than you can legislate bedroom behavior though God knows many in the GOP have tried that too over the years.

      ABORTION is the greatest single atrocity of mankind. 1 billion are estimated to have been murdered. No war or other historical atrocity comes anywhere near close to that.

      I wish we could end all ABORTIONS tomorrow but we can’t because people accept it as a necessary right. It’s sad but it’s part of our humanity…or inhumanity.

    865. Robbie says:

      Tgca says:
      April 5, 2023 at 9:32 am

      Actually, the GOP is on a losing streak or not doing as well as expected due to poor leadership and focus. That is not on Trump since he’s not the driver there.

      – The failures are precisely because of Trump. He sadly remains the unofficial head of the party and he is wildly unpopular with the voting public. In 2022, he saddled the Republican Party with awful Senate candidates in key races who lost and his continued focus on election denialism has tainted the party as a whole.

      But sure, just keep on nominating and promoting election denialism candidates when the voters don’t want them. The Democrats appreciate it and they appreciate your desire to have the party centered on the grievances of a twice impeached moron who has already been indicted in one jurisdiction and is cruising towards at least two others. MAGA!

    866. Robbie says:

      Kyle Kondik

      Pre-election chatter that Trump indictment could juice GOP performance in Wisconsin didn’t happen – this showing looks worse than the D margin in the first round

      Just like back in August when the Mar-a-Lago search didn’t appear to help Rs in some House specials later that month

      – The last few years have featured a series of idiotic statements from Trump fluffers that every bad thing that happens to Trump is actually a good thing for him and the party. Unsurprisingly, these idiots have been wrong every time.

      In 2018, the Trump fluffers said the Mueller investigation would boost Republicans in the midterm elections.

      In late 2019, the Trump fluffers assured us impeaching Trump would guarantee his re-election.

      In August 2022, the Trump fluffers assured us the Mar-a-Lago raid would boost Republicans in the midterms elections.

      Now, the same mouth breathing idiots who rarely remove their mouths from Trump’s groin are certain Trump getting indicted in multiple jurisdictions will propel him to the presidency.

      Meanwhile, candidates the actual voting results in state after state show over and over the voting public wants nothing to do with conman Donnie and his grievances and lies.

    867. DW says:


      Mother Says She Was Bullied by Doctors Who Provide So-Called “Gender Affirming Care” Into Transing Child

    868. Tgca says:


      I would not support DeSanctimonius in the primary or GE at this point. He has become extreme! He is aligning himself with people who constantly attack minorities and want to use gubbermint to get into our lives.

      If I were in a Floreedah public college today and sought out mental health counseling as a gay man, it is reported to a Floreedah gubbermint agency but if I were straight, it is not subject to being reported. Why would anyone with mental health concerns want to get support knowing its data being collected by the gubbernor of a state purely for political purposes? Do you realize this puts people with mental healthcare concerns at risk of not getting support and could increase an already higher than normal suicide rate?

      That’s like a Jew supporting Nazi in the early 1930s or AA trying to register to vote in the 1940s supporting southern Dems. You can see where this leads as it’s targeting a group of people for who they are.

      Would DeSanctimonius approve of laws that target Italians only but not other ethnicities?

    869. Tina says:

      Why didn’t Rds campaign in Wi? Wasn’t he the front runner?

      This is stupid. The Rnc deserved all of the blame.

      How come they were not involved?

    870. Robbie says:


      Trump Calls to Defund the Police After His Own Arrest

      – It worked so well for Democrats in 2021 and 2022! Trump’s a political genius. He finds a total loser of an issue, latches onto it, and forces what’s left rump Republican Party to echo his insanities. Hard to believe the party is losing key race after key race.

      I can’t wait to read how Jason fraud, Phil, and the other usual suspects say this is great idea. Always remember, Trump cannot fail. He can only be failed by his loyal servants like Jason fraud.

    871. Tina says:

      They need to tie up the judge with filings. This can end quickly as without citing a specific citation, fat Albert has violated trumps 6th amendment


      The judge presiding over the Trump indictment is a far-left immigrant from South America who hates the president and capitalism. He refuses to recuse himself despite his financial support of Democrats and the fact his daughter worked for Kamala Harris and Joe Biden. Pls RT.

    872. Tina says:

      Fat Albert cannot indict and then claim he is not ready to reveal the charges/violations of law.

      This is a 6th amendment violation.

    873. Tina says:

      Here are the alleged business violati9ms.

      The 2017 date is key.

      Trumps assets were in a blind trust.
      Thus, he had no say what was paid or not paid.

    874. Tgca says:


      More TDS from Wobbie!

      Trump does periodic rallies and tweets but otherwise is not involved in day-to-day politics but somehow he is responsible for GOP leadership failures.

      Trump endorsed or supported like like 200 candidates of which over 90%+ won in the 2022 midterms.

      DeSanctimonius high profile endorsements ended up losing their races as well so should he be viewed as the Kiss of Death?

      Elections are about messaging and leadership and neither Trump or DeSanctimonius controlled either.

      If Trump is responsible for the WI loss I would argue then so is DeSanctimoniys because he is pushing an ABORTION ban and I’m sure that must be equally concerning to folks in WI as Trump fighting with NY DA.

    875. Tina says:

      2017 transactions would not impact the 2016 election, despite fat alberts apparent claims

      Fat alberts claims are pure junk.

      Also, in 2017, the sons were technically running the company.

      Trump had already stepped down and placed his assets in a blind trust.

    876. Robbie says:


      Yep. 2024 is going to be a bloodbath if Trump is the nominee. Not just at the top.

      He takes all the oxygen out of the room. No ability to focus on real issues. It won’t be a referendum on Biden’s record, school choice, inflation, crime etc. It will just be about Trump.

      – Jason fraud “Losing everything with Trump at the top of the ticket is my zen. I would gladly do it over and over again if it makes Donnie happy. It allows me to spend another four years angry at Democrat policies there’s no way to stop because I supported candidates who couldn’t win.”

    877. Tina says:

      Fat Albert found the buy 1 dozen donut, get 3 dozens special.

      Kent Moore

      Replying to @McAdooGordon
      Apparently Trump did so well at covering up his “crime” that Bragg wasn’t able to identify it in the indictment. ????

    878. DW says:

      And the current full-court press by the left to quickly castrate as many boys as possible is simply a longer version of post-birth abortion. They cannot legally kill an unwanted 8 year old boy, but they can pressure him into being castrated under the false promise they can make him a girl.

      But the real goal is to make sure the child can never be a biological parent, and increase the probability that the boy will eventually realize he’s been tricked, turned into a freak, and so he will then off himself. Round-about-post-birth-abortion.

    879. Tina says:

      Judge idiot appears to have run a Karl rove type race.

      What was the extent of Karl roves involvement in WI, OR Ryano as involvement (if any)?

    880. Tina says:

      Looks like the Rnc was also of no help.


      Daniel Kelly was a Scott Walker appointee

      Both are GOP establishment

      Daniel Kelly has now lost 2 races for Supreme Court, both times by 10 points

      Ron Johnson just won a Senate seat running on a platform MAGA

      We know the recipe for WI

      It’s MAGA

      They just need MAGA candidates

    881. Tina says:

      Rasmussen Reports

      Stunning Turnaround!

      now beats
      by 7%

      That’s his best in 17 months, and a 10-point swing from just weeks ago.

      Highest absolute % of the vote since September 2021

      Please subscribe:

    882. Bitterlaw says:

      DW – So the goal of surgery is to get boys to commit suicide? Hmmmm.

    883. Robbie says:

      Michael Duncan

      Saying the Wisconsin GOP lost because of ground game is just not true.

      Conservatives won ALL the ballot questions by HUGE margins. The people who actually showed up and voted agreed with us on law and order.

      We lost on money and message, it’s that simple.

      – In other words, the voters, despite wanting law and order, rejected, once again, a candidate who was part of Trump’s “stop the steal” operation.

      How many more races do we have to lose with these compromised Trump flunkies before we start picking candidates who can win?

    884. Tina says:

      It’s a crime that trump paid more in taxes, according to fat Albert.

      Byron York

      Diabolical! Prosecutor Bragg alleges Trump’s criminal scheme actually resulted in him paying more taxes than was necessary:’Trump and his associates engaged in deception by paying New York state more in taxes than it was owed.’ From Politico:

    885. Tina says:

      The criminal indictment is a joke.

      How come Hillary is not arrested for her participation in the fake dossier?

      The Russian hoaxer fell hard for the dossier. 6 years of Russian hoaxing by the hoaxer.

    886. michael corleone says:

      Robbie you can keep telling yourself this is about Trump, but WI is about abortion. GOP is finished nationally if they can’t moderate. Federal legislation needs to be taken off the table. Trump should criticize states moving too extreme. Oddly I think trump is the only one who can move left on the issue since he delivered Dobbs. Say what you want but Trump is more popular than first trimester abortion bans. DeSantis is going to kill his national prospects if he signs a six week ban.

    887. Robbie says:

      Michael Duncan

      Should we mobilize more GOP voters? YES.

      But we have to confront why the people who showed up and voted for law and order by 33% MARGINS also voted for a liberal judge.

      – Nominate “stop the steal” goons and you’ll lose. It’s that simple. It’s the message voters sent in 2022 and it’s the message they continue to send in 2023.

      But by all means, Trump worshippers. Just keep nominating clowns and losing. It’s what you do best.

    888. Cash Cow TM says:

      WISC. special election for State Senate results last night:

      Republican wins a close one.

      Apr 5, 2023, 8:24 AM
      AP estimates
      99% of votes counted
      Dan Knodl wins.

      AP race call at 8:24 a.m. on April 5, 2023.

      Dan Knodl
      38,504 votes 50.9%

      Jodi Habush Sinykin
      37,208 votes 49.1%

    889. Robbie says:


      A GOP that cannot nominate electable candidates is doomed

      You would think they only need one or two examples to figure this out, but apparently they need a million examples

      – Yet, the regulars in the HHR comment section want more losing.

    890. Robbie says:

      Biden has been a horrifically bad president, yet he and the Democrats are winning on everything. Why? Because Republicans have made Trump their leader and voters, in response, have said over and over they want nothing to do with Trump.

      But by all means, just keep doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.

    891. Tina says:

      This fascist is an idiot.

      Quote Tweet

      Adam Kinzinger #fella

      Regardless of the strength or not of this indictment, Trump should be ashamed.

      And any Christian leader still supporting him needs to explain to their congregation why what he did is ok, with no contrition.

    892. Phil says:

      Man, Kinzinger just can’t help himself.

      In other words he admits the indictment is a turkey but never mind, orange man bad.

      Okey doke, Adam. Now, crawl back into your irrelevancy.

    893. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag quotes a bunch of TDS morons who want to blame Trump for everything.


      What it Trump’s fault a communist won the Chicago mayor’s race?

    894. jason says:

      Regardless of the strength or not of this indictment, Trump should be ashamed.”

      The indictment was fake but accurate.

    895. Phil says:

      One thing you can always count on is for Robbie to show up here every time a Republican loses a race, any race at all. He always shows up the next day to blame Trump. Never fails.

      He does so he tells us out of concern for the Republican Party. In actuality he’s a Democratic troll who at crunch time never seems to be able to support any Republican who actually appears on the ballot.

    896. DW says:

      Bitter, exactly. Read the horrific accounts of these kids when they realized they were tricked, and they were not actually turned into the other gender. Suicide or thoughts of suicide are almost always part of those horror stories.

      The left hates life. They cheer every time there is an abortion. They LOVE abortions. They love DEATH.

      They want partial birth abortions. Their hero Obama said that if a kid manages to slip through the hands of his executioner, and is born alive, then the child should still be killed, so as not to frustrate the original intent to kill.

      So if a child is born alive, and its deemed too late to kill, then the next thing the left can do is use schoolteachers and leftist doctors to pressure the boys into castration, and the girls into double-mastectomy and drugs that will prevent them from becoming moms. Once this irreversible procedure is done, the left as effectively ABORTED all future offspring from these abused kids.

    897. Bitterlaw says:

      DW – How does a bunch of suicides help the Left?

    898. DW says:

      Bitter, it helps reduce the world’s population and saves the environment. The de-populationist movement is hand-in-glove with the Democrat party.

      And so when a teenager is dead, ALL potential future offspring has been aborted.

      Sort of like if you step on a spider that was about to lay eggs, you have really killed hundreds of spiders.

    899. JeffP says:

      921 great post.

      I was exposed to the Woke Commie Dem curse of death growing up in Detroit. It’s gone national since. They are the party of death and destruction on every level.

    900. Bitterlaw says:

      DW – I suspect that the parents most likely to support those surgeries are on the Left. Why encourage fewer Leftists? We just disagree on this one. You are still my favorite Evangelical. Especially since SoHope disappeared.

    901. DW says:

      Bitter…if the parents know about it. Often the teachers keep this stuff a secret until the child is so far along that the parent only becomes aware when their brainwashed child approaches them with the news of the treatments/surgery and is accompanied by a psychologist, teacher, and an eager surgeon holding a bloody knife.

      And whether or not the parents are leftist loonies, it is still the responsibility of society to protect children from abuse.

    902. Tina says:

      A day late and a dollar short.

      Manu Raju

      John Thune, the No. 2 Republican who had yet to comment on Trump indictment, breaks silence and says after an initial review, “this indictment looks like a political agenda run amok, and it’s becoming increasingly clear why previous district attorneys opted against prosecution.”

    903. DW says:

      Tina, read between the lines on this Thune statement…much more than just A DOLLAR short…

      “after initial review”
      “looks like” ???
      “becoming increasingly” ???

      That sounds like someone who was disappointed there wasn’t teeth to this.

    904. Phil says:

      I’m just surprised Thune said anything, Tina. The three croquets of Senate Republican leadership McConnell, Thune and Cornyn seldom open their mouths or push back on Democrats for anything. Of course McConnell hasn’t said a word but nobody expected that dud to say a thing..and true to form he hasn’t. Real shocker.

    905. jason says:

      “Democrats will “villainize anyone who has free thought, free judgement, has solutions,” says North Carolina State Rep Tricia Cotham after switching parties.

      “If you don’t do exactly what the Democrats want you to do, they will try to bully you. They will try to cast you aside.”

    906. Tina says:

      Yeah the senate gop-e leadership is largely non factors. They are responsible for inflation and they voted for all this sheot.

      According to fat Albert, trump made all of these accounting entries while he was POTUS.

    907. jason says:

      He takes all the oxygen out of the room. No ability to focus on real issues. It won’t be a referendum on Biden’s record, school choice, inflation, crime etc. It will just be about Trump.”

      This from the guy who only comes here to talk about Trump, who hasn’t been President for over 2 years.

    908. jason says:

      One thing you can always count on is for Robbie to show up here every time a Republican loses a race, any race at all. He always shows up the next day to blame Trump. Never fails.”

      Anyone doubt he will vote for Biden even if the Golden Calf is nominated?

      Remember, he endorsed a corrupt Marxist drug addict over the Golden Calf, whom he called a total bum, clown and Trump clone.

      Just a troll who only comes here to talk about Trump or celebrate any R election loss.

      Biden’s presidency, policies, and agenda? Crickets.

    909. Pitchaboy says:

      Yes, abortion is bad. I don’t like it either. Unfortunately, but for a few red states, the majority don’t agree with the Supreme fools and certainly not with what they perceive as draconian restrictions. So, unless you are a one issue absolutist, most of us don’t want to be in a long term minority status.

    910. Phil says:

      Oh no, Robbie. It will be all about Trump and won’t be a referendum on Biden?

      Hey, Robbie when did you ever appear here and ever make anything about Biden…and now you’re complaining the campaign won’t be about Biden?

      You’re such a fraud.

    911. jason says:

      SCOTUS did not outlaw abortion, it returned it to the states.

      As a pro-choice person, I agree with that.

      There is no right to abortion in the Constitution. So Dobbs was absolutely the right decision.

      Supreme court “fools” that actually follow the Constitution….

    912. jason says:

      Really funny, the guy who in 1,000 posts here never made it about Biden is whining that the campaign might not be about Biden.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      There have been tens of thousands of posts here at HHR about the Biden presidency.

      Not ONE from Amoral Scumbag.

    913. Tgca says:

      Notice how Wobbie likes to talk about Trump losing in 2018 and 2020 but he fails to mention GWB lost the House and Senate after 12 years of GOP control and gave us 8 years of Obama that started this trend into gubbermint abuse.

      THANKS GWB!!!

    914. Tina says:

      She would do amnesty for illegals in a heartbeat.

      Square profile picture

      Nikki Haley, a leading 2024 GOP presidential primary candidate, made her visit to the U.S. southern border, saw the crisis with her “own eyes,” and concluded President Joe Biden cannot ignore the issues and wish it away.

    915. Bitterlaw says:

      Who does Tina not hate? Maybe McCarthy for a day or 2 and Trump. She already turned on DeSantis.

    916. DW says:

      If its any consolation to anyone here, leftist Chicago got hit with hailstones today as big as golf balls, and many people there now have dented cars.

    917. DW says:

      correction: that was yesterday the hail hit Chicago.

    918. Tina says:

      Link to where I turned on Rds?

      I have always pointed out that his Twitter groupies were dumb to go full anti vax and try to deny lockdowns. I also stated that he flip flopped on Ukraine 3xs and apparently Voted while a house member to cut social security and Medicare.

      I said this since December because his record was no better than trumps and was not forward looking.

      I would still vote for Rds.

      My candidates for 2024 would be Hawley or Noem.

    919. Tina says:

      I don’t see how fat Albert can prove that trump made the accounting entries (assuming said entries were even a crime). An nda is not criminal. And the fec just today confirmed that.

    920. NYCmike says:

      15-20 week ban would have been a fine middle ground after the Roe correct reversal. Anything more than that allows the Democrats to demagogue the issue.

      Not sure why any Republican state went more strict than 15 weeks

      15 weeks with a heartbeat requirement is plenty.

      Better to change minds than force behavior.

    921. Tina says:

      The statement by the fec official is just damning on fat Albert.

      We need to enforce the subpoena and if he refuses to come before the house, they must indict.

    922. Tina says:

      Nebraska Freedom Coalition

      “Wisconsin Republicans won a supermajority in the state senate on Tuesday, giving them the necessary votes to impeach statewide officials, including the state’s Democratic governor and potentially state supreme court justices.”

    923. JeffP says:

      I just saw on Truth Social…Trump admits to withholding any support from Kelly out of pure spite, when there is no rule that you have to be asked to support someone.. you just do it and tell your base that it’s for the greater good of election integrity. Trump has deliberately weakened a critical swing state out of pure pride. Idiocy.

    924. Tina says:

      Well the guy did not want trumps endorsement. He said so apparently.

      The fault appears to lie with the judge who for the second time lost by 10 points. He seemed to be a bad candidate compared to what happened in the wi state senate.

      Also it appears that the rnc refused to assist.

    925. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag says Kelly lost because of Trump supporting him.

      JeffP says Kelly lost because Trump didn’t support him.

      Two brainless TDS morons, both wrong.

    926. Tgca says:

      Pro-choice = pro-baby murder

      You can’t disguise that or try to excuse it any other way.

      That being said, I agree this should have always been a states’ or Congressional issue and SCOTUS erred on this in 1973 and it’s now fixed by given it back to the states, regardless of how unpopular it was or how bad the timing was in 2022.

      SCOTUS should make decisions on appropriateness of the law to the Constitution and NOT worry about popularity. That’s the problem with Roberts and why he is one of the worst Chief Justices ever, he worries about his image over the law.

      States can decide how they wish to handle and the voters of those states will determine if they agree with them or not at the ballot box.

      I still believe there is no effective way to legislate this issue without changing hearts and minds first.

      I also believe any candidate wishing to run for POTUS in this day and age can’t be an ABORTION Nazi because you will lose moderates, and a 6-week ban is essentially a 100% ABORTION ban.

    927. jason says:

      15-20 week ban would have been a fine middle ground after the Roe correct reversal. Anything more than that allows the Democrats to demagogue the issue.

      Not sure why any Republican state went more strict than 15 weeks

      15 weeks with a heartbeat requirement is plenty.

      Better to change minds than force behavior.”

      Damm, I have to agree with this.

      Will take 30 showers and be back later.

    928. jason says:

      Pro-choice = pro-baby murder”


      I think abortion should always be legal for first 20 weeks.

      Sue me and/or GFY.

    929. jason says:

      Pro-choice = pro-baby murder”

      Same person calling pro-life people “abortion Nazis”.

      You gotta love it here.

    930. Tgca says:

      The 20 week ABORTION limit was NEVER scientific, it was a made-up number by non-scientific folks to give comfort level.

      We now know a fetus is significantly developed and functioning at 20 weeks and there have been instances of survival in 20 and 21 weeks.

      Ripping apart a fetus at that stage is murder! There is a growing consensus that the fetus also feels it’s destruction and soon. There has never been a more heinous crime to humans on a grand scale, NEVER.

      The idea that it would not survive without medical intervention is a weak argument as well. Probably more than 50% of people over 65 would not survive without medical intervention as well, or people with other diseases at a younger age but we don’t MURDER them by ripping them apart alive.

    931. Cash Cow TM says:

      I said this once before and I will say it again.

      Have you noticed that the earlier flight of the China spy balloon is over a lot of the same area that are getting hit repeatedly by deadly tornadoes.

      I think NOT.

    932. PresidentPaul! says:

      Canada to criminalize non-woke speak

    933. Bitterlaw says:

      Happy Passover

    934. Pitchaboy says:

      The issue is not when life begins: conception
      The issue is not when it is viable: that depends on the state of the art care. About 15 years ago breakeven point was around 26 weeks. Now it is roughly 20 weeks.
      The issue is shoving a societal change against the will of the majority. You do it, you face consequences at the ballot box in a democracy.

    935. PresidentPaul! says:

      Fed announces CBDC’s for this July launch in time for the 2024 election.

    936. Pitchaboy says:

      As for the fetus feeling it at 20 weeks: yep. The nervous system is pretty well developed by then. And that is the cruelty of the procedure.

    937. Tgca says:


      Agreed! ABORTION is a vile, heinous, murderous, tortuous act that we convinced ourselves as a society is ok and akin to having an ugly wart removed, nothing more than a glob of cells.

      A billion + babies murdered worldwide in 50 years. How can anyone ever justify that?

      People can twist the facts all they want to ease their conscience but the truth is now and always will be that ABORTION = baby murdering.

      The problem is that ABORTION is so accepted now, from decades of brainwashing, that the only way to effectively address it is NOT through laws but changing hearts and minds and appealing to the compassion in people so they see this EVIL that ABORTION really is.

    938. Tgca says:



      No death is inconsequential but I don’t see how people can mourn over deaths in Ukraine or The Holocaust when we routinely murder many more babies annually, from 60 to 75+ million, without any mourning.

    939. Tgca says:

      It’s sad to think during this Holy Week, we have to be reminded of the EVIL that lurks in our churches and religious leaders.

      I wonder if DeSanctimonius will take a moment from bashing drag queens to bashing religious folks who either sexually abuse or ignore sexual abuse of young children in their churches.

      As far as I know, sexual abuse of children by people of religious leadership, is by far more prevalent than sexual abuse of children by drag queens and trannies.

    940. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      When woke goes broke — it gets ugly. Google refuses to continue to pay maternity and medical leaves for the employees it laid-off.

      “in January that it was eliminating 12,000 jobs, representing about 6% of its workforce, to reckon with slowing sales growth following record head count growth.

      Cuts have shown up in other ways. The company declined to pay the remainder of laid-off employees’ maternity and medical leaves, CNBC previously reported.”

      But can ex-employees still use slide in the giant Google romper room?

    941. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Who do you think is more corrupt?

      Joe Biden and his family 35%
      Donald Trump and his family 40%
      About the same 26%

      1,089 Adults, 3/30-31

    942. NYCmike says:

      -Tucker Carlson, showing footage from last year.

      Some here called him a Russian shill, a “Putin stooge”.

      They should, at the least, add “the correct” to their shortsighted, and also inaccurate, moniker.

    943. NYCmike says:

      Odd that MD hasn’t chimed in on the damage to the U.S.$……

    944. Tina says:

      On foreign policy, things are just going so well for us. /s

      Insider Paper

      NEW ???? A Russian military vessel equipped with Zircon hypersonic cruise missiles docks in Saudi Arabia for the first time ever – Arab News

    945. Tina says:

      Do it, They participated in an 8nsurrectiom.

      Quote Tweet

      Trip Gabriel

      Tennessee House Poised to Expel 3 Democrats Over Gun Control Protest

    946. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      China is distancing itself from Russia. It appears they find Putin to be as bizarre as Europeans do:

      “Chinese Ambassador to the EU Fu Cong stated on April 5 that the Russian–Chinese joint statement declaring there were “no limits” to their ties released in February 2022 was misrepresented, calling “no limits” a “purely rhetorical statement.”[7] Fu added that China does not support Russia’s war in Ukraine and is not providing Russia weapons. Fu’s statement is consistent with ISW’s March 21 assessment that Putin has not been able to secure the benefits from the no-limits bilateral partnership with China which he likely hoped for when meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Moscow between March 20 and March 22.[8]”

    947. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      New York Times headline.

      “China’s Ambassador to the E.U. Tries to Distance Beijing From Moscow
      The ambassador, Fu Cong, said China was not on Russia’s side in the war in Ukraine. “‘No limit’ is nothing but rhetoric,” he said, referring to a statement from last year about the countries’ relationship.”

    948. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Rand Corporation made a good point about U.S. and Europe working together in dealing with both China and Russia:

      “Finally and perhaps most importantly, it is a mistake to think of China and Russia as independent problems. The U.S. needs its European allies to confront China, mostly for economic reasons but militarily as well. The United Kingdom, after all, just helped forge an Australia–United Kingdom–United States nuclear submarine deal to bolster allied naval might in the Indian Ocean. France, too, maintains a small but significant military presence in the Indo-Pacific. Even Germany has recently sent ships to the region. If the U.S. were to leave the Russia problem to the rest of Europe, what is to prevent the rest of Europe from leaving China to the U.S.?”

    949. JeffP says:

      Sure China is not aligned with Russia against the west. Propaganda. BRICS tells you everything you need to know.

      This is what Joe Biden’s foreign policy has led too…

      China is preparing for war over Taiwan. The blockade is just the beginning.

      But according to some a Woke Commie Dem Administration, the neoliberal and neocons know what they are doing.

    950. JeffP says:

      As usual Jason takes something out of context. Trump was his usual petulant child regarding Wisconsin. It wasn’t his fault… but he didn’t help either and neither did his establishment choice for RNC chair…that Romney chick.

    951. jason says:

      Some here called him a Russian shill, a “Putin stooge”.

      Only “some”?

      If he wasn’t a Putin stooge why is he featured prominently on Russian State TV spouting Putin’s talking points?

    952. JeffP says:

      RFKJr. Knows what’s up.

      “China has displaced the American Empire by deftly projecting, instead, economic power,” Kennedy continued.

      “Over the past decade, our country has spent trillions bombing roads, ports, bridges, and airports. China spent the equivalent building the same across the developing world.”

      Kennedy ominously added that “The Ukraine war is the final collapse of the Neocon’s short-lived ‘American Century’,”

      “The Neocon projects in Iraq and Ukraine have cost $8.1 trillion, hollowed out our middle class, made a laughingstock of U.S. military power and moral authority, pushed China and Russia into an invincible alliance, destroyed the dollar as the global currency, cost millions of lives and done nothing to advance democracy or win friendships or influence,” he concluded.

      Kennedy is absolutely correct.

    953. jason says:

      It wasn’t his fault… but he didn’t help either”


      The TDS moron thinks “Trump should have helped in WI”?

    954. jason says:

      RFK Jr is a certified kook.

      But I hope he wins the Dem nomination.

    955. jason says:

      Kennedy ominously added that “The Ukraine war is the final collapse of the Neocon’s short-lived ‘American Century’,”


      Russia invading Ukraine is a “neocom project”?

      Who knew?

    956. jason says:

      Ron Paul is a nutjob who lost 150 primaries and caucuses in a row.

    957. jason says:

      NATO isn’t going anywhere. If anything, it is getting stronger.

    958. Bitterlaw says:

      JeffP should vote for RFK, Jr.

      China has also built up its military in order to invade Taiwan.

    959. Paul says:

      Jeffp agrees yet is probably against US aid to ddveloping countries.

    960. Paul says:

      Are they looking for bodies?

    961. jason says:

      Probably looking for cash. Evidently there is 700,000 pounds sterling missing from party funds.

    962. Paul says:

      Negotiated settlement WILL be the way to end the war in Ukraine . But right now is not the moment. Ukraine needs to retake more land first.

    963. Phil says:

      A negotiated settlement ending the war in Ukraine is a non starter. It’s not even worth talking about which is another reason I have never given the topic the time of day. Neither side is interested. The war will go on for years.

    964. jason says:

      So the indictment was a disaster but guess whose fault it is…drum roll…

      Donald Trump

      Trump is the one doing “damage to legal foundations of the United States”.

      You can’t make this sh-t up.

      “Tuesday was historic for the rule of law in America, but not in the way Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan district attorney, would have imagined. The 34-count indictment — which more accurately could be described as 34 half-indictments — was a disaster. It was a setback for the rule of law and established a dangerous precedent for prosecutors.

      This legal embarrassment reveals new layers of Trumpian damage to the legal foundations of the United States: Mr. Trump’s opponents react to his provocations and norms violations by escalating and accelerating the erosion of legal norms.”

    965. jason says:

      “Neither side is interested”

      Nice Putin talking point, Phil. But it complete and utter BS.

      I am sure Ukraine is VERY interested in ending the war that is destroying its country and killing and displacing its people. To say otherwise is outrageously wrong.

      There is no moral or any other kind of equivalency here Phil.

      Russia is the invader. It is Russia that has no interest in ending the war because their objective is 1) annex Ukraine 2) grab as much territory as possible.

    966. jason says:

      But right now is not the moment. Ukraine needs to retake more land first.”

      Or the Russians can pull out.

      But don’t be fooled. The HHR Putin lapdogs don’t want any “negotiated settlement”.

      They want Ukraine to surrender so they can call it a “negotiated settlement”,.

    967. jason says:

      Russia – 9987, of which: destroyed: 6459, damaged: 303, abandoned: 390, captured: 2835″

      Only 13 more to go before Russia loses 10,000 pieces of equipment in Ukraine.

      I propose a National Day of Mourning for the HHR Putin Stooges and Tucker Carlson for when we get to 10,000.

    968. Phil says:

      No moral equivalency implied, Jason. Putin won’t negotiate because he is intent on taking over all of Ukraine. Ukraine isn’t negotiating because foreign troops are occupying their sovereign territory. They will continue to fight. Don’t blame them for it.

      Quit looking for Putin talking points behind every bush.

      Watch the Masters and chill a little bit.

    969. jason says:

      No free lunch here, Phil.

      You said Ukraine is not interested in a negotiated settlement.

      That is not true.

      They are not interested in surrender, which is different.

    970. jason says:

      I have $100 on Scheffler.

      It is a bad bet, will only get $800 if he wins.

      Sue me.

    971. JeffP says:

      I would trust RFK Jr. to protect my civil liberties…definitely more than Jason that is for sure.

      I love how none of the neocon posters never mention BRICS. Just like the MSM. Common thread here.

      BL yes I definitely have some classic liberal views which are now the libertarian conservatives. Which helped get Trump elected in 2016.

    972. Bitterlaw says:

      Libertarians love to play spoiler in close elections. They prefer that Democrats win even if they agree with 90% of the Republicans’ positions.

    973. Bitterlaw says:

      If nations want to align their economies with a communist dictator, what would JeffP like me to do about it?

    974. DW says:

      The Masters has started this morning.

      Democrats are still evil for promoting the genital mutilation of children. They are literally severing the penis and testicles off of boys, guaranteeing the child will never become a biological parent.

      They are literally doing worse crimes than the ancient Babylonians did to their captive slave boys. At least the Assyrians would leave the penis, just lopping off the testicles.

    975. jason says:

      I probably have forgotten more about BRICS than JeffP will ever learn, my work is essentially about managing risks and navigating challenges when doing business in third world countries, including some of the BRICS, and currency/exchanges issues are a big part of it.

      In my view, the impact of a BRICS “alternate currency” is over stated. Yes, these countries in the aggregate present a formidable bloc economically (and in population) but the fact is none of their individual currencies come close to matching the strength of the US dollar. India is offering the rupee as a global reserve currency, but it anyone going to run to the rupee in the event of a global crisis?

      The idea of a single BRIC currency (for trade, remember, this is not a “euro” it is a “trade currency, is better than the actual product. These countries have very disparate economies and interests, and several are politically unstable and one election away from torpedoing or unsettling the agreement.

      But I find it interesting that those that are “concerned” about the decline of US dollar’s influence are the same isolationist morons who want the US to engage in stupid trade wars and tariffs and stop trading with China.

      You can’t have it both ways. The best way to strengthen the dollar is for the US to be engaged in world wide business and trade. The “America is an island” mentality is the quickest way to the demise of the US dollar.

    976. Phil says:

      They aren’t interested in a negotiated settlement with foreign troops occupying their territory. That is the current state of affairs which isn’t changing and that was all that I was referring to. Geez, man. Of course they’d be interested in a negotiated settlement if Russians withdrew beyond their borders. Ain’t happening with Putin hence my statement. As I said, no morale equivalency implied.

      …but there is absolutely no talking to you on this subject. Wast of my time and this morning was a perfect example of why.

      Going on line and watch Tiger. This was ten minutes of my life I will never get back.

    977. jason says:

      JeffP says:
      April 6, 2023 at 10:00 am

      I would trust RFK Jr. to protect my civil liberties…definitely more than Jason that is for sure.”

      It makes sense that JeffP would trust a Democrat more than he would trust me. His antiquated views on trade and his isolationist foreign policy views are much more aligned with traditional Democrat values. The reason I became a Republican when I came to this country was exactly because the R party represented strong protection of civil liberties as well as principles of free trade and strong defense of America’s interests around the world. At the time it was the Dems who were against free trade and foreign interventions, at least in rhetoric.

      But maybe JeffP can point out any “civil liberties” that I would be a threat to.

      This should be good.

    978. jason says:

      Phil twists himself into a pretzel to deny what he said.

      But despite all the subsequent drivel, his statement speaks for itself.

      Neither side is interested.

      Moral equivalency certainly implied.’

      No free lunch.

    979. DW says:


      “Parents Witness ‘Declining Mental Health’ in Post-transition Children”

      You don’t say? You allow a psychologist and surgeon to pressure you into having your son’s penis and testicles lopped off, and then the poor boy realizes he is never going to get it back and never function sexually again and you wonder why he has declining mental health?

      Society needs to step in and put a stop to this. STOP THE MUTILATION OF CHILDREN!

      Its the left’s agenda to abort, but if its too late to perform an abortion, then this atrocity is used to abort all future offspring from the child.

    980. JeffP says:

      After the GW Bush administration I became an independent. I wouldn’t call myself a libertarian. As they typically reject Aquinas Natural Law as part of their worldview and have no regard for Samuel Rutherfords Lex Rex.

    981. JeffP says:

      1006 Jason your fanboy disregard for Zelenskyy and his violation of religious freedom, freedom of the press, and banning of the opposition party speaks volumes.

    982. Bitterlaw says:

      I lost interest in libertarians in college. A libertarian candidate for office gave a lecture on campus. I walked out when he said that he opposed laws against adults having sex with children.

    983. JeffP says:

      The BRICS countries make up a larger GDP from all the rest of the the countries combined in the world…but it’s over stated.

      Not to mention a HUGE population advantage. There are a lot of potential soldiers in their ranks.

    984. jason says:

      NYC still trying to pretend Tucker Carlson is not a Putin shill? Really?

      “Some people” here are denying Tucker Carlson is a Putin stooge and pro-Russia propagandist?

      Russian State TV disagrees.

      “Russian state TV is using clips of Fox News host Tucker Carlson to promote the country’s war against Ukraine amid protests against Vladimir Putin’s partial mobilization.

      Clips of Carlson chastising the U.S. over its continued backing of Kyiv were broadcast to millions of Russians this week as the Russian president ramped up the country’s war effort, according to Russian Media Monitor creator Julia Davis.”

    985. jason says:

      1006 Jason your fanboy disregard for Zelenskyy and his violation of religious freedom, freedom of the press, and banning of the opposition party speaks volumes”


      JeffP is really a clown.

      His hero Putin is not a dictator who bans freedom of the press and opposition parties?

      I don’t think Zelensky is against religious freedom. He is taking action against subversive activities by pro-Russian churches, not because of their religion, but because of their activities against Ukraine.

      I am less supportive of any restrictions on the press or political parties, but they are certainly less draconian than what you see in Russia.

      But JeffP proves my point. He could care less what happens in Russia. He wants to points out possible autocratic measures by Zelensky to justify why he wants Russia to annex Ukraine.

      As such, the hypocrisy is astounding.

    986. jason says:

      JeffP, your fanboy disregard for Putin and his violation of religious freedom, freedom of the press, and banning of the opposition party speaks volumes.

    987. jason says:

      JeffP stands and claps.

      “Moscow’s exiled chief rabbi says Jews should leave Russia while they still can, before they are made scapegoats for the hardship caused by the war in Ukraine.

      “When we look back over Russian history, whenever the political system was in danger you saw the government trying to redirect the anger and discontent of the masses towards the Jewish community,” Pinchas Goldschmidt told the Guardian. “We saw this in tsarist times and at the end of the Stalinist regime.”

      “We’re seeing rising antisemitism while Russia is going back to a new kind of Soviet Union, and step by step the iron curtain is coming down again. This is why I believe the best option for Russian Jews is to leave,” he added.

      Goldschmidt resigned from his post and left Russia in July after refusing to back the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

      “Pressure was put on community leaders to support the war and I refused to do so. I resigned because to continue as chief rabbi of Moscow would be a problem for the community because of the repressive measures taken against dissidents,” he said.”

    988. jason says:

      Heh, he would know…

      “You can’t build a case on the testimony of Cohen and Daniels”

      – Michael Avenatti

    989. jason says:

      Phil, that was a horrible putt by Tiger. Never even got to the hole.

    990. Phil says:

      Scores low and the course getable so far but Tiger’s short game has been plain sloppy.

    991. Tina says:

      This was previously referred to as a conspiracy theory.

      Quote Tweet


      SHOCK: The DoJ now admits that another 40 undercover agents were with the Proud Boys on J6 – from HSI – Homeland Security Investigations. The vast majority of the group was paid by the government as either W2 employees or CHS.

    992. JeffP says:

      In the US…
      BLM protestors burn down police stations and federal buildings.

      In France… protestors siege Black Rock offices in Paris.

      What a difference.

      The benefit of marrying a French woman…she understands why Black Rock. It’s in their blood. Liberte’ to her core.

    993. Tgca says:

      F*cking ridiculous! NBC news reports on teen shot and killed in vehicle with one police officer trapped in the back seat and another being dragged and reports:

      While officers were attempting to detain the driver, the car fled from the scene with one USPP officer inside the car.

      THE CAR FLED FROM THE SCENE?. Not the perp in the stolen car fleeing, dragging an officer on the ground, but the car had a will if it’s own and fled.

      …and now DOJ opening a civil rights investigation against tje police.

      Look for news story on what a great kid he was with pictures of him smiling when he 8 years old.

    994. Tgca says:


      The perps mom wants officer to be criminally charged.

      He was 17 year-old father and his mom claims, her 5th of 10 children was turning his life around.

      Turning his life around in a stolen car with a gun found in the car?

      F*ck this Bish! It’s a shame her son ended up this way but one has to ask what kind of mother was she and what values did she instill in her son that resulted in him being on this path in life?

    995. Jeffpee says:

      Putin Orders to Draft 147,000 Russian Conscripts by July 15″

      I approve of this patriotic and necessary move because it will hasten the return of democracy to Ukraine like it exists in Russia.

      As I pointed out above, Ukraine does not respect “civil liberties” like Russia does, and the annexation of Ukraine will restore freedom of religion and the press and all political parties will be legal like in Russia.

      This is a war for freedom and liberties and to end oppression in Ukraine. I support these values no matter how many Ukrainians are killed, tortured, raped, enslaved, displaced, or impoverished to achieve this lofty goal.

    996. jason says:



      Reminds of those insurance claims where someone describes the accident as “I was driving when suddenly a tree jumped in front of the car”.

    997. jason says:

      “When asked about Trump running for president again, [Biden] said he would make sure he never takes power again.

      “We just have to demonstrate that he will not take power if he does run, making sure he — under legitimate efforts of our Constitution — does not become the next president again.”

      Sounds democratic.

    998. Paul says:

      Trump WILL NOT take power. We have the means to prevent that from happening. I will be part of those means.

    999. Paul says:

      I’d vote for Haley if it was between Haley and RFK jr.

    1000. DW says:

      Biden says their should be no age limit on child sex changes.

      Evil. Pure evil. So if a one year old boy utters his first words saying, “goo goo..gaa gaa…girl” YOU HEARD IT! HE DEMANDS TO BE MADE GIRL! Rush him to the surgeon and lop off his testicles and penis.

    1001. Tina says:

      Square profile picture

      Just a third of Americans say President Biden deserves to be reelected, a new CNN poll shows. A majority in his party say they would like to see someone else as the Democratic nominee for president next year.

    1002. Tina says:

      What about fat Albert?

      Charlie Kirk

      BREAKING: House Judiciary chair Rep. Jim Jordan has subpoenaed Mark Pomerantz, who resigned from the Manhattan DA’s office in February 2022 over Bragg’s then reluctance to pursue the case against Trump.

      The subpoena directs Pomerantz to appear before the committee April 20th.

    1003. Robbie says:

      Josh Kraushaar

      Pivoting to 2024:

      WaPo: “Biden administration says schools may bar trans athletes from competitive teams”

      – Biden is positioning himself to be more palatable to voters in 2024.

      Meanwhile, brain dead Republicans are donating to and supporting a conman who just got indicted and has at least two more indictments on the way.

      Brilliant strategy by Republicans!

    1004. Paul says:

      Fück you DW. There are reasons to have surgery on some children who have deformities and such. You are an idiot and can go to hell.

    1005. Paul says:

      DW hates Jesus.

    1006. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag after 2 1/2 years is critical of his man Biden?

      Oh wait, sorry, the post is actually about Trump/

      I stand corrected.

      Pigs will not fly today.

    1007. jason says:

      who just got indicted ”

      So Amoral Scumbag supports this indictment, which even many Dems say is bogus.

      But then, he supported the Russia hoax and the bogus impeachments too.

      When you have the moral compass of a floating turd you don’t change your M.O.

    1008. DW says:

      Children born with deformities has had nothing at all to do with this discussion and everyone knows it. Children are born all the time with heart problems, cleft palates, and all sort of sad situations requiring surgery.

      At issue here was the ELECTIVE surgery to purposefully destroy the genitals of an otherwise healthy child.

      That is evil, and anyone who advocates for that is evil and will answer to God on the day of judgment.

    1009. jason says:

      Brilliant strategy by Republicans!”

      Amoral Scumbag finally admits he is not a Republican.

      Of course, everyone here has known that for 15 years.

    1010. jason says:

      Paul is a certified idiot.

      This has nothing to do with deformities.

    1011. DW says:

      These sick people on the left think they can be god and choose gender, but they can’t. All they can do have a surgeon destroy the gender they were born with. No man has ever been turned into a sexually functional woman, and no woman has ever been turned into a sexually functional man.

    1012. Paul says:

      Yes, it is about deformities. That is the only reason to do such surgery on young children, you doofus.

    1013. Paul says:

      So, DW and Jason would prevent surgery on deformed children. Fück you.

    1014. Bitterlaw says:

      DW – I also oppose these surgeries. However, you have focused upon them more than any issue I ever seen from you. It almost seems personal to you.

    1015. Pitchaboy says:

      Sex is what nature assigns you at birth
      Gender is what you assign yourself at a given point in time.
      The Supreme fools will get to this conclusion in a couple of years.
      How far we have come from the don’t ask don’t tell Clinton days is a testament to public education or propaganda depending upon your point of view. Pro lifers take note.

    1016. Paul says:

      Pitchaboy: What about when God can’t make up his mind and assigns both!

    1017. Pitchaboy says:

      That is when we scrape your mouth and assess your DNA.

    1018. jason says:

      That is the only reason to do such surgery on young children, you doofus.”

      No you moron.

      They are doing elective surgeries on children to change their gender.

      You are really a certified imbecile.

    1019. Pitchaboy says:

      When you can’t drive until you are 16, vote until 18 and drink until 21; but, you can get surgery to change your gender without your parents permission: hubris.

    1020. Phil says:

      Sex change surgery on children has exactly what to do with deformities, Paul?

      You are one sick f*ck……and to that end you’re absolutely in the right party. LOL

    1021. Pitchaboy says:

      The only species that demands behavioral changes in itself without a genetic or epigenetic change is the human species. No wonder we are the most confused and irrational species on this planet.

    1022. Bitterlaw says:

      Well, Paul did not get banned.

    1023. Phil says:

      Yeah, too bad. The average IQ on this site would have really jumped if Paul was gone.

    1024. Tina says:

      The Russian hoaxer and loon Paul are phuqin communists.

    1025. Tina says:

      He was a bad candidate.

      Sean T at RCP is a free elf

      I get the argument that WI-SC was about Dobbs, but I do think it runs into a problem that the GOP candidate did pretty much as well (poorly) as he did in 2020.

    1026. Tina says:

      Cry more, Russian hoaxer.

      BREAKING: First of Three Tennessee Democrats Expelled From Legislature! – Democrats Meltdown – Voting Continues (VIDEO)

    1027. Paul says:

      Pitch: yes, exactly. But what if they have female DNA and have a penis?

      Jason: Yes, it is elective surgery to change the gender from a hermaphrodite to one gender which matches their DNA. Why do you want to outlaw that?

    1028. Paul says:

      I wasn’t ever banned. I was just taking a cruise.

    1029. Paul says:

      Some children are born with sexual deformities–male and female sex organs.

    1030. Tina says:

      JUST IN: Tennessee House expels Democratic lawmaker after gun violence protest

    1031. Paul says:

      Let’s see if Tennessee only expels the two who are black. And votes to not expel the one who is white. You’d think they know better than that.

    1032. PresidentPaul! says:

      It seems Ron Paul was right again!

      FBI Had ‘At Least 40’ Undercover Informants Instigating Trouble on January 6th

    1033. PresidentPaul! says:

      Remy: It Wasn’t Me (Shaggy Parody)

    1034. PresidentPaul! says:

      I find this old forum is a bit hard to get your point across because I have become accustomed to communicating mostly via memes in the age.

    1035. Cash Cow TM says:

      TN legislature voted to expel the first of 3 idiot legislators who led the anti-gun protests from the floor of the chamber.

      But the second legislator up for a vote for removal from office was not removed and kept her position by a single vote.

      The third idiot legislator vote has not yet been held.

      I say all 3 should be removed from office.

    1036. Cash Cow TM says:

      Did you hear about the boy who identified as a pirate…

      …And his parents took him to have an eye removed (to make the pirate patch right), and have a leg amputated (to make the peg leg look right).

      He is due for another surgery to have a parrot surgically attached to his shoulder.

      His pronouns of choice now are “P” and “irate.”

    1037. Cash Cow TM says:

      U.S. “Supreme Court rules West Virginia transgender athletes can compete on female sports teams”

      The Supreme Court has to go.
      Lost their friggin minds on this.

    1038. Cash Cow TM says:

      Well, the TN House voted to expel the two black Dem-dumb legislators but the third one (white, terribly ugly, Dem-dumb woman) expulsions FAILED by one vote.

      All three should have been kicked out.

      I would have voted to expel all three,
      even the terribly ugly white woman.

    1039. Cash Cow TM says:

      How soon will it be before:

      –hiring and college admissions quotas be established for trans people?

      –military enlistments and quotas for military academies?

      –X percent of legislative elective positions, and/or legislative staff positions (Cripes, the Biden Admin ALREADY has 50% of the people in the white house staff who are LBGTQEIEIO.)

      –special annti-discriinatory status for trans placed in law in various cities, states and/or the U.S.

      –rules put into place that X% of people used in TV commercials (or appearing in movies) must be trans?
      WITH THE ASTUTE U.S. Supreme Court now declaring that TRANS MEN can compete on women’s teams how long will it be til you see 5 trans men win the women’s NCAA bassetball championship?
      I say 2030.

      Think I am way out in left field?
      JUST WAIT?
      Nation going to hell in a handbasket at warp speed.

      I have had enough.

    1040. Cash Cow TM says:

      And we have this headline and article about Biden and trans MEN copeting in women’s sports:

      women’s swimming, basketball, softball, you name it.

    1041. Bitterlaw says:

      SCOTUS just refused to lift an Appeals court injunction on enforcing the ban. It did not rule on the issue. Case goes to full hearing before appellate court.

    1042. Paul says:

      Could Republicans appear any more racist?

    1043. Paul says:

      Only the blacks get expelled in good ol’ Tennessee.

    1044. Paul says:

      If the Democratically controlled commissions in Nashville and Memphis know what they are doing, they will simply send Jones and Pearson back as the interim legislators.

    1045. PresidentPaul! says:

      “transgender” fighter breaks another woman’s skull

    1046. Paul says:

      Plans are already underway that the interims for the expelled seats will indeed by the ones being expelled. LOL. Both the Nashville commission and the Shelby County commission are looking like that’s what they’ll do. Republicans get trolled again.

    1047. Paul says:

      And the two they expelled are more popular than ever and are a shoe-in to win their special elections.

    1048. Phil says:

      Republicans are racists!!!!!!!!

      It never ends does it.

      Everyone and everything is racist all day every day.


    1049. Tina says:

      It should have been all 3 expelled.

      They participated in an insurrection.

    1050. Paul says:

      I didn’t call them racist. I said they couldn’t appear more racist.

      The two they expelled will be back as interims late next week. And they will both easily win their specials. So Republicans did nothing but look foolish.

    1051. Paul says:

      Tina: Keep telling yourself that. LOL. No one believes you.

    1052. Phil says:

      Doesn’t matter, Tina. Republicans have super majorities in both houses of the Tennessee legislature. Way more than 2/3 majorities…plus a Republican governor. The expelled members were irrelevant to begin with even when they were there.

      Thing is, you aren’t going to be allowed to stand on the floor of the House chamber in any state with a bullhorn and lead a gallery riot.

      Sorry, Paul. The two “legislators” along with their bullhorns are gone. Good riddance.

    1053. Paul says:

      They will be back. I’ll bet you that they will be back as interims. If not, they will easily win their special elections. They are rock stars with the democrats now so they will win the primary which is the only election that counts in their districts.

    1054. Phil says:

      “appear” to be racist to who?

      The night shift talking heads on MSNBC?

      What else is new? Crying racism racism racism has been screamed by the left every day 24/7 forever. Ever heard the story of the little boy who cried wolf?

      Jesse Smallett cried racism too. So did the lefties when they saw that “noose” in Bubba Wallace’s car stall. Everything is racist to Democrats. It’s comical how whacked out they are over the topic. Nobody in Tennessee give’s a “sh*t”. After a while people just get oblivious when one side makes the same racist accusations over and over and over. Kind of loses its punch when you go to the well all the time.

    1055. Tina says:

      Cry more, insurrectionists.

    1056. Phil says:

      Be back? Sure….and they will be kicked out again. But as I said, they had no voting influence when they were there. Word to the wise fellows. Leave your bullhorns at home next time. LOL

    1057. Paul says:

      They can’t be kicked out for the same offense.

    1058. Phil says:

      Fine. Have another election then. Meanwhile, they’ll be gone and if they return and try to pull the same stunt they’ll be gone again….and you and leftists like you and all the usual suspects like the skanks on the view can scream racism at the top of your lungs….because that’s all your kind do – every minute of every day.

    1059. Paul says:

      They did work hard to make themselves look racist without really accomplishing a dang thing.

    1060. Phil says:

      Again, look racist to who? You? The NYT? AOC? Joy Reed? All the usual snow flakes?

      Leftists have screamed racism so loudly and often they’ve lost credibility and the average person just shrugs and says so what.

    1061. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      So a robber wants to file assault charges against a restaurant manager who jumped him during a robbery. Maybe in New York, but fat chance in southern Utah:

      “During the incident, Ponce reportedly told an employee he had a 9 mm handgun and demanded money from the register. After the employee complied, the suspect was tackled by the restaurant manager who held the suspect down until officers, nearly a dozen of them, responded and took the suspect into custody. Officers also recovered more than $1,400 in cash.

      Ponce told officers he wanted to press charges against the restaurant based on allegations “he had been jumped and stuck with a gun” while robbing the store, investigators noted in a report.”

    1062. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      Cow, continuing our gas price discussion. In urban areas of northern Utah, gas is running in the $3.30 a gallon range. The lowest priced gas I could find in southern Utah was on the Paiute reservation — about $3.40 a gallon.

      In San Diego gas is still at around $5.00 a gallon, despite Newson’s posturing.

      If anyone ever travels through Las Vegas; gas is cheaper east of Las Vegas, often by as much as a dollar a gallon, than west of Las Vegas. The reason why is Californians are suckers. And they elected Newsom, so their stupid too.

    1063. Bitterlaw says:

      Good job, snowy and rainy winter.

    1064. jason says:

      Paul says:
      April 6, 2023 at 11:50 pm

      They did work hard to make themselves look racist without really accomplishing a dang thing.”

      Are the people defending lawmakers who used bullhorns on the TN house floor to incite a riot inside the TN house the same that accused Trump of inciting a riot when he told the crowd from a remote location to protest peacefully?

      A friend wants to know.

    1065. jason says:

      Damm, this is going to hurt.

      “China SANCTIONS Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in California after visit by Taiwanese president”

      Rumor is no more Chinese take-out for library staffers.

    1066. jason says:

      Russia rejects China surrender “deal”. All the HHR Putin lapdogs will be disappointed the surrender terms were not to Putin’s liking.

      “The Kremlin on Thursday said there were “no prospects” for China to play the role of mediator in Moscow’s unprovoked war against Ukraine at present, as French President Emmanuel Macron met with Chinese leader Xi Jinping and urged him to “bring Russia to its senses.”

      “Undoubtedly, China has a very effective and commanding potential for mediation,” Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov said, per the Moscow Times. “But the situation with Ukraine is complex, so far there are no prospects for a political settlement.”

      Peskov said there were “no other ways” forward for Russia aside from continuing its offensive in Ukraine, signaling that Moscow has no interest in negotiations in the foreseeable future”

      So maybe Phil can now take back the “neither side wants an agreement” BS.

    1067. jason says:

      “The proposed rule would establish that policies violate Title IX when they categorically ban transgender students from participating on sports teams consistent with their gender identity just because of who they are.”

      Biden should just ban women’s sports altogether, because basically that is what this would do.

      We will have men’s teams and transgender teams composed of biological males.

    1068. jason says:

      PIERS MORGAN: “Would it give you any kind of closure…to see [Trump] jailed?”

      STORMY DANIELS: “I don’t think that his crimes against me are worthy of incarceration.”

      Can anyone think of any “crime” Trump committed “against” Stormy?

      Paul, you are a certified idiot, wanna give it a shot.

      We need some comic relief.

    1069. Paul says:

      My brother and nephew and their family in Tennessee say it appears racist.

    1070. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Be back? Sure….and they will be kicked out again.”

      They CAN be kicked out if they again violate various rules of the legislative chamber. They cannot be kicked out again for the use of the bull horn and taking over the floor of the chamber to lead and exhort the mob in the galleries last week.

      If they do it again they can be kicked out again for THAT violation.

      Interesting that NONE of the media reports state the facts of violation of rules of the legislative body in TN that caused them to be kicked out. All members of legislative bodies must adhere to the rules of that body, lest we have a sh!t show like happened in TN earlier this week. There are rules of procedure, decorum, etc.

      ONE headline I read that the “Dems were kicked out for participating in an anti-gun protest”.
      THAT WAS A REAL, HPOORIBLE (AND I THINK INTENTIONAL) SLANTING OF THE FACTUAL TRUTH AND VIOLATION OF THE RULES OF THE TN HOUSE. They were not kicked out for attending some anti-gun rally in their hometown or even outside the capitol building.

      It is a SHAME they did not kick out all
      three Demo-idiots. Because other
      useful and useless brain-dead IDIOTS will wave the racism flag.

    1071. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Paul says:
      April 7, 2023 at 10:38 am
      My brother and nephew and their family in Tennessee say it appears racist.”

      Proves lots of people’s points.

      –People are gullible.

      –Poor thinking skills, lack of logical thought and insanity runs in families.

    1072. Paul says:

      I think they might be sent back as interim. But I’m not sure if they will be seated. Likely a legal battle will eventually decide whether they can be seated.

    1073. Paul says:

      Fück yoü, Cäsh Cöw.

    1074. DW says:

      Ponce told officers he wanted to press charges against the restaurant based on allegations “he had been jumped and stuck with a gun” while robbing the store, investigators noted in a report.”

      –As Yosemite Sam once said, “It’s gettin’ so a man can’t make a dishonest living any more!”

    1075. Tina says:

      Kirby must be on drugs.

      KIRBY: “This idea…is just LUDICROUS! That we left millions of dollars of stuff in Afghanistan?! We didn’t!”

    1076. jason says:

      He is correct.

      It was billions.

    1077. jason says:

      Wisconsin Dem Supreme Court candidate won the youth vote by 40 points.

      Scott Walker:

      “Younger voters are the issue.

      It comes from years of radical indoctrination – on campus, in school, with social media, & throughout culture. We have to counter it or conservatives will never win battleground states again.”

    1078. jason says:

      Paul says:
      April 7, 2023 at 10:38 am

      My brother and nephew and their family in Tennessee say it appears racist.”

      And some people say stupidity is not hereditary.

    1079. Cash Cow TM says:

      I will now cross of Paul’s name.

      I will not provide him any free milk.

    1080. Tgca says:

      Uno! Uno! Uno! Uno!

    1081. Cash Cow TM says:

      MY PROOF

      DRUDGE headlines re: (TN legislature expulsion)

      –“Tennessee House expels Dems in historic act of partisan retaliation…

      –Biden Torches: ‘Undemocratic;’ ‘Shocking’…

      –Black Caucus emergency meeting…”
      AOL (fake)News

      –“TN GOP Expels 2 Democrats for attending protest”

      –“Tennessee’s House expels 2 of 3 Democrats over guns protest”

      –(AP story in Newspaper this morning)
      “TN House Expels 2 of 3 Democrats Over Gun Protest”


      fycking journalism is dead.

      There is NO objective reporting.

    1082. DW says:

      Democrats are still evil today for their support of mutilating the genitals of healthy children so they will never function sexually again and never become biological parents.

    1083. Pitchaboy says:

      There was a time when you could count on the youth vote not showing up. These days they show up and vote D. They are one of the big reasons for D becoming formidable.

    1084. DW says:

      Bitter asked about my passion for this issue of fighting child mutilation. Thank God I know of no personal friends or family, even extended family who have been victimized by this.

      But this is a growing national tragedy.

      The very fact that as a nation we would allow such a travesty–doing the very things ON PURPOSE to children that Nazis were convicted after the war for what they did to Jewish children.

      The very same things that the ancient Babylonians and Assyrians did to captive slave children.

      If we cannot all be passionate about this and fight it with everything we are worth, then what else is occupying our time?

      And Bitter, I believe this is also a winning issue for 2024, to boost the women’s vote for the GOP.

      Remember why Youngkin won in VA. It was because women were stirred up against Dems in Northern VA for the abuse of children in the public school system there.

      We need to educate voters about this mutilation of children, wrap the blame right around the necks of Democrats, where the blame belongs, and then ask voters to vote to stop this horrific abuse of children.

    1085. Tina says:

      Great job here.

      Biden Effect: US-Saudi Tensions Escalate After Crown Prince Says He is No Longer Interested in ‘Pleasing’ the U.S.

    1086. Pitchaboy says:

      When doctrine intersects with facts on the ground, you get hyperbole. Gender dysphoria is as old as humanity. It was openly acknowledged in India until it became taboo with the Mughal and British empires. It is being destigmatized again and the process will be painful. You have extremists on one side wanting surgery on 7 year olds without parental consent and then you have the extremists on the other side claiming it is against God’s dogma. We all have one life to live. One and done. Period. If you believe in freedom, let everybody decide how they want to live it. You can place reasonable restrictions on conversion surgery and taxpayers shouldn’t have to fund it if they don’t believe in it.

    1087. Tina says:

      The obumbler supports insurrectionists

      Barack Obama

      This nation was built on peaceful protest. No elected official should lose their job simply for raising their voice – especially when they’re doing it on behalf of our children.

    1088. jason says:

      It is being destigmatized again”

      BS. Adults can do what they want. Mutilation of children is not being “destigmatized”. And you don’t have to be religious to know right from wrong.

      Being against gender altering surgeries for children is not a religious dogma, that is a crock of crap.

      “If you believe in freedom, let everybody decide how they want to live it.”

      More BS. Freedom does not mean you are allowed to kill people. Or torture your children. Or mutilate them.

    1089. Cash Cow TM says:

      “There was a time when you could count on the youth vote not showing up. These days they show up and vote D. They are one of the big reasons for D becoming formidable.”


      It used to be that the politically low education
      voters just did not bother to vote.

      Now with all the mail in ballots, these minimally understanding of the complex and even the simple issued we face, emotion laden, easily duped, easily manipulated voters can just dial it in.

      A low education voter who has practically 0 understanding of past history, current events, rational thought process has the same vote as everyone who is dialed in to all that and makes an informed vote. These simple minded 7-11 mentality of simple quick in-and-out involving few brain cells (and are all about emotion rather than thought process) are a banquet for the Dems politically.

      That is why Dems praise their gods for mail in ballots.

    1090. Tgca says:



      I believe it is grossly blown out of proportion on both sides. Very FEW trans surgeries occur, and even less so in teens. It’s used by both extremes to pitch their politics and try to scare and manipulate the public by using children as props.

      On one side, we have leftists trying to force their acceptance in society by using children and indoctrinating them into their cause by confusing them or manipulating the extremely minute percentage of children really facing gender identity issues.

      On the other side, we have the extreme right pushing religious or political dogma to scare parents that their kids will be mutilated en masse just like bigots once spread hysteria with AA raping their daughters.

      I get sickened by both sides because I see extremes in states like CA and FL using their political supermajorities in weaponizing gubbermint to push their agendas.

    1091. Cash Cow TM says:

      And I might add these simpleton voters also have almost NO understanding of:

      –the legislative process,

      –rudimentary basic economics,

      –unintended consequences,

      –personal responsibility,


      –sense of morality and moral decency,

      –the fact that we have a REPRESENTATIVE DEMOCRACY,

      –think everyone (people in prison, people who have previously been convicted of voter fraud, illegal aliens, tourists who wonder in, 16-year-olds, the insane, mentally defective vegetable, etc.) should vote

      –have no critical thinking skills to distinguish fact from fiction,

      –and a whole host of other things that are crucial requirements for an educated voter.

      There are several posters on here that I do not think should have the right to vote due to their lack of understanding.

    1092. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Barack Obama

      This nation was built on peaceful protest. No elected official should lose their job simply for raising their voice – especially when they’re doing it on behalf of our children.”

      Cow’s point proven!

      In Cow’s world (if he really believes such tripe) the Obama should never have the right to vote.

      Of course, the low information voter (discussed by Cow above) will go gaga over his statement–DESPITE IT BEING SO WRONG ON SO MANY LEVELS.

    1093. Paul says:

      DW is evil for forbidding surgery procedures on hermaphrodites.

    1094. Robbie says:

      Jonathan Swan

      New w ?@maggieNYT: Former President Donald J. Trump has told aides to hire Laura Loomer, a far-right and anti-Muslim activist, for a campaign role, according to four people familiar with the plans.

      – This is the kind of person Jason fraud, Tgca, Phil, and Tinfoil apparently want to lead the Republican Party since they will enthusiastically support Trump if he wins the nomination. They apparently want a party that gives voice to a piece of scum like Laura Loomer.

    1095. Pitchaboy says:

      Country bumpkin is back jumping to conclusions. Destigmatization is referred to gender dysphoria, not to surgery. Of course, the country brute knows only to take things out of context as his modus operandi. Go back to your llamas, York nut.

    1096. Pitchaboy says:

      These country brutes gave us Trump and in the process destroyed the party. Keep thumping it, village boy.

    1097. Cash Cow TM says:

      “Barack Obama

      This nation was built on peaceful protest. No elected official should lose their job simply for raising their voice – especially when they’re doing it on behalf of our children.”

      “This nation was built on peaceful protest”
      NO IT WASN’T
      “No elected official should lose their job simply for raising their voice”
      THEY WERE EXPELLED FOR WILFULLY VIOLATION THE RULES OF THE TN HOUSE OF DELEGATES THAT PREVENTED THE CONDUCT OF LEGISLATIVE BUSINESS DURING a LEGISLATIVE SESSION (remember Jan 6?–should none of those people who “raised their voice” and disrupting a legislative session been arrested and incarcerated–and some probably lost their jobs too) for 2 years awaiting trial?)
      “especially when they’re doing it on behalf of our children.”


    1098. Tgca says:


      I don’t think Pitch is saying what you’re implying.

      There are always going to be a very small group of serious gender identity children that no matter what you say or do, will not find peace in their life, hence, the reason suicide and drug addiction is so high among these folks and behavioral counseling will not work anymore than it would work for any straight person here being told heterosexuality is abnormal and they can’t live such a life.

      If parents wish to consider medical treatment (hormones or in extreme cases surgery), and they consult with medical professionals, then it’s not the role for the gubbermint to step in on parenting matters unless there is abuse suspected, especially since cosmetic surgical procedures are done on children in many other circumstances to allow them to be as normal as they can be without having to wait until they are an adult.

      Telling a severely gender identity 12 year-old that they have to wait 6 years until they are an adult and live a life of agony being someone they’re not will do just as much as destroying their life than interventional medical treatment you fear.

      No surgery or medical treatment should be done on a whim and medical professionals who do that should lose their license as well but we’re talking about treatment for serious cases just like when you have severe chronic mental health issues in children.

      But for a child with severe gender identity issues that is willing to go to extremes to try and make their life better should not have gubbermint or others in the way.

      There will be cases of regret or even where peace is still not found but it’s better than sitting and watching your child suffer in agony and torture over their existence, and in most cases end up with destructive behavior anyway.

      Imagine being a parent losing a child to suicide knowing they could have tried something to help their child but refused to do so because of their personal beliefs and inability to understand. Many here have no idea what these kids go through.

    1099. Cash Cow TM says:

      Does it not dismay you that:

      –most people today think 5 or more capitol police officers were beaten to death on Jan.6?

      –most people say we live in a democracy?

      –most people think reparations to all Blacks is America is a good idea?

      –most people think it is a great idea to charge a drunk driver who ran over a pregnant woman with TWO counts of vehicular homicide–but most of these people think abortion in the last trimester (or even during delivery) is fine?

      –A huge number of people today STILL believe what was in the Steele dossier?

      –and do not believe the Hunter Biden laptop is real?

      –man controls the climate?

      and we could go o and on and on…

    1100. Tgca says:

      I don’t think we should fear more voters voting unless they’re voting more than once.

      In my view, 100% of those US Citizens 18+ should vote.

      If that means the voters will then choose Dems than it tells us either the country has changed beyond our expectations and that’s just life or that the GOP has a messaging problem.

      I suspect it’s a bit of both.

      I’ve heard people here mention their own kids vote Dem. I would say then you failed as a parent to influence your kids to what you believe is right or you are out of touch with a changing society.

      But don’t blame young people for participating more, as that is what we all should do in a democracy.

    1101. Tgca says:


      I disagree Pitch.

      Trump won because people felt abandoned by traditional politicians and believed he would fight fir them which he did.

      Had both the Dems and GOP been doing their jobs, there would never have been an opportunity for Trump in the 1st place.

      He was a very successful president but lost re-election because of the voting shenanigans that resulted because of the pandemic.

    1102. Pitchaboy says:

      I voted for him twice. I think he did terrific things for the economy and was responsible in his foreign policy. But he pissed off a significant minority of voters against R. And between him and the handling of abortion rights, triggered the youth vote.

    1103. jason says:

      since they will enthusiastically support Trump if he wins the nomination.”

      So Amoral Scumbag, if Trump wins the nomination who should we support?

      This should be good.

    1104. Tgca says:

      The Dems have figured out how to manipulate the system and gubbermint to make it hard for the GOP to win a national GE.

      DeSanctimonius is much more extreme than Trump and is pretty much toast once he signs the Floreedah ABORTION ban because moderate GOP and Indys, especially women will not support him thereafter.

      That being said, the Dems could easily stop him by passing laws in states like NY that make it a felony to transport illegal aliens, designating it as trafficking, into their state. He could be convicted and imprisoned. Most NY courts would probably uphold it.

      He can refuse to turn himself in but he also could also be extradited by any Dem state he ever stepped foot in and from my understanding, once convicted, a state is obligated under the Constitution to extradite to other states.

    1105. Tgca says:



      Stop being STOOPID! Who else do you think Wobbie expects you to support, regardless of who the GOP nominates.

    1106. jason says:

      These country brutes gave us Trump”

      Ah yes, the voice of the “educated” suburbs.

      What has it given us, TDS moron?

      The TDS moron hates the working class, but is so stupid that he actually thinks “educated geniuses” like him represent the party and are numerous enough to elect anybody.

      Like I said, hopefully he is more competent as a physician than as a political pundit, for the sake of his patients.

    1107. jason says:

      Stop being STOOPID! Who else do you think Wobbie expects you to support, regardless of who the GOP nominates.”

      I know the answer, it was rhetorical.


    1108. NYCmike says:

      “And between him and the handling of abortion rights, triggered the youth vote.”

      -If the youth want what the Dems are giving them in the big cities, than the country is already gone.

    1109. NYCmike says:

      Not sure what jason and Pitchaboy are arguing over about the transgender issue, but it is clear that neither one is interested in reading what the other has to say.

    1110. jason says:

      The “educated genius” is wrong in blaming Trump for the loss of the youth vote.

      The ignorance of that statement is astounding.

      As Scott Walker points out, the reason the youth vote is left wing has nothing to do with Trump, it is the result of the far left academia which promotes socialism as good and capitalism as bad.

    1111. DW says:

      A number of babies are born with problems like heart issues, or a cleft palate or some other problem that requires surgery.

      In very rare circumstances, a baby is born without eyes or born without legs, or there are twins born that need to be separated. Or in very rare circumstances, one is born with malformed sex organs. Thank God these situations are rare and can be helped with surgery in some cases.

      No one here opposes these surgeries and this is obviously NOT the issue at hand. At issue is the EVIL mutilation of healthy children so they will NEVER function sexually, NEVER become a biological parent, and very likely will develop serious mental problems and contemplate taking his or her life.

    1112. jason says:

      Not sure what jason and Pitchaboy are arguing over about the transgender issue, but it is clear that neither one is interested in reading what the other has to say.”

      Zzzzzz… I think your problem is you are too much of a moron to understand what either one of us is saying.

      I understand perfectly well what the “educated genius” is saying. You can say something really stupid and cover it with fancy terms like “gender dysphoria”.

      He actually evidently doesn’t even know what gender dysphoria is. It is not becoming “destigmatized” as he claims, the term pertains to depression/anxiety a person might suffer regarding a discrepancy between their biological sex and their gender identity. Stigma pertains to a negative or discriminatory attitude towards someone or a class of people. Nobody denies transgender people are stigmatized, and are now more accepted, so you can say they are being “de-stigmatized”. But nothing to do with gender dysphoria.

    1113. jason says:

      I think 95% of what Tgca says in 1129 is drivel, and it is basically the Dem position that “parents and their doctors should be allowed to mutilated children at any age”.

      Yes, I do think 12 year olds need to wait until 18 to do any permanent gender change surgeryS.

      No, I don’t think parents should be allowed to genitally mutilate a 5 year old.

      Sue me.

    1114. Pitchaboy says:

      The village idiot should stick to rural issues and stop vomiting things he googled a minute ago. You don’t have the wherewithal to understand nuances and sophistication. Go back and pet your llamas.

    1115. jason says:

      New Chicago Mayor will be sending social workers to crime scenes.

      Has the “educated genius” blamed Trump yet?

    1116. jason says:

      You don’t have the wherewithal to understand nuances and sophistication.”


      The “educated genius” who has a idiotic and simplistic answer to everything (blame Trump) says I don’t understand “sophistication”.

      You gotta love it here.

      “Rural issues”.

      I am actually surprised the ‘educated genius” knows there is a world outside the country club.

    1117. jason says:

      he village idiot should stick to rural issues and stop vomiting things he googled a minute ago.”

      Translation: the “educated genius” got caught saying something really stupid.

    1118. jason says:

      These country brutes gave us Trump and in the process destroyed the party


      “Keep thumping it, village boy”


      Go back to your llamas, York nut.


    1119. jason says:

      Vivek Ramaswamy
      I will end this madness as the next U.S. President: gender dysphoria is a mental health disorder and we must treat it accordingly. Chip in to make it happen.”

      Another “unsophisticated” guy.

    1120. jason says:

      Why “government intervention” in needed.

      “The Chico Unified School Board in Chico, California, voted Wednesday evening to uphold its so-called “parental secrecy policy,” which says that school staff should not reveal a transgender student’s gender identity to their parents without the child’s permission.

      The vote comes after the Center for American Liberty filed a lawsuit against the school district on behalf of Aurora Regino, a mother who accused a guidance counselor of helping her 11-year-old biological daughter transition to a male without the family’s knowledge.”

    1121. Tina says:

      I guess she has no time for the victims.

      Square profile picture

      Vice President Kamala Harris is visiting Nashville Friday to push for control and meet with two Tennessee Democratic lawmakers who were expelled from the General Assembly after protesting on the floor of the statehouse.

    1122. Tgca says:

      Listen you vile meat-eating mental midget. I don’t think anyone here disagrees we should not be doing surgery on young children but once they hit puberty, and if they have serious gender identity issues that have plagued them their entire life, reality must set in and parents, along with medical professionals should weigh if the child is appropriate for medical intervention, whether it be puberty blockers, living as the opposite sex, or surgery, even though genital surgery is EXTREMELY rare for most trannies.

      Again, I don’t think medical intervention is necessary for probably 99% of these kids but there are those extreme cases where they are and that’s where the gubbermint should keep out of parenting decisions.

      Chances are forcing a kid with serious issues to just deal with it until they’re 18 will result in their early death or a life turn that is destructive and destroys them.

      Did you know that many of these kids run away from home and end up with serious drug issues and supporting themselves through prostitution?

      There used to be a bar in San Francisco in the Tenderloin, a rundown neighborhood where these folks would hang around. I saw so many of these young run aways on the street and it was so sad.

      I believe forcing them to live with it leads to mental health issues when you hate what you are and turn away from all in your life to run away and try to fit in. that’s NEVER an easy answer, especially since many of them end up dead at a young age from drugs or abuse.

    1123. Paul says:

      Sounds like the two legislators will be reappointed next week as interims. Whether or not they will be seated will be the next question. I personally just like Justin Pearson’s hair. Hope to see more afros.

    1124. jason says:

      even though genital surgery is EXTREMELY rare for most trannies”

      No longer.

      You have no idea what is going on.

    1125. Paul says:

      #Tennessee3 stands for Nashville6.

    1126. jason says:

      No, they don’t stand for a damm thing.

    1127. Paul says:

      Why do you say that, Jason?

    1128. Paul says:

      It might begin with some respect and thinking that the youth might actually stand for something. But you don’t really care and are fine with the GOP going to oblivion. I guess I’m fine with that too.

    1129. Paul says:

      How old are you Jason? Do you have kids? I have three in their 20s.

    1130. Cash Cow TM says:

      “In my view, 100% of those US Citizens 18+ should vote.”
      ALL should vote:

      Even if they DON’T WANT TO VOTE (perhaps because they know they are not nearly informed enough on the issues)?

      Even those adjudicated to be mentally incompetent
      and can’t even tell you what year or what century it is or name what planet they live on or tell what their name is?

      Even those deemed to be by the courts to be insane?

      Even those in a vegetative state?

      Even those who are currently serving prison terms or jail sentences?

      Even those who have been released from prison, but by existing STATE laws do not have the right to vote in that state?

      Even those who have been released from jails after serving terms for VOTER fraud?

      Even those who have been released from prison who were convicted of trying to overthrow the government of the U.S.?

      Even mass murderers who have served their 50 years in prison and have been granted parole?

      Even those 50,000 people in homeless camps in some city who ‘live’ under bridges and in “tent cities” in city parks?

      YUP, send ’em all a mail in ballot…

    1131. Bitterlaw says:

      I oppose trans surgery on minors. I know that suicide haunts the survivors forever. I think the focus on trans individuals created more people thinking they are trans rather than those who think they are trans creating a movement. But who knows?

    1132. Tgca says:


      Perhaps you should read the articles you post. The hospital in the story states they DO NOT perform genital surgery on kids and any surgeries require living a year as a transgender through other medical intervention 1st.

      The fact that some medical professionals are calling to include such training in medical schools in the future is NOT evidence the surgeries are occurring now or on the rise today.

      Again, as I stated before, these surgeries are EXTREMELY rare.

      The fear that surgeries could become more commonplace if it is pushed by lefties is legit but as of this time, they are EXTREMELY rare. Last I saw months back, the latest numbers on such teen genital surgeries over the course of 3 years through 2021 was about 50 out of tens of thousands of annually diagnosed gender dysphoria. A minuscule amount. The study was done using insurance data analysis so it should be pretty reliable.

      Again, none of this should be taken lightly but these medical decisions should be left to parents and trained medical professionals and not gubbermint bureaucrats looking to campaign off it.

      The GOP is always saying keep gubbermint out of your personal lives except for their obsession with LGBTQ and bedroom issues.

    1133. Tgca says:

      I believe REAL trans occurrences in kids is extremely rare and for those kids, there should be treatment specific to their individual situation with the consultation of medical professionals and family.

      Forcing someone distraught over who they are to wait until 18 can be detrimental to their mental and physical health. Do you realize how miserable and unhappy these kids are to be forced to live in a world and go to school trying to live as someone they’re not?

      Over the years, I’ve come across stories of these kids that take drastic steps at self-mutilation, drugs, and suicide, including run-aways forced into prostitution to take care of themselves because they can’t cope or feel accepted at home.

      Treating these serious situations is an important option or these kids will most likely end up dead or severely screwed up for the rest of their lives.

    1134. jason says:

      Again, as I stated before, these surgeries are EXTREMELY rare.”

      ZZzzz…. if they were extremely rare like in the past we wouldn’t be talking about it, would we?

      The government absolutely has to prevent the genital mutilation of children, which is not justified in ANY situation.

      “Treating these serious situations is an important option”

      Treatment yes: mutilation of children no.

    1135. jason says:

      The fact that some medical professionals are calling to include such training in medical schools in the future is NOT evidence the surgeries are occurring now or on the rise today.”


      Tgca IS a clown.

    1136. Bitterlaw says:

      The major problem with surgery is there is no turning back from it. The same is true of successful suicide attempts.

    1137. Bitterlaw says:

      Surgery is irreversible. Ultimately, I can not endorse it for mentally tormented minors.

    1138. jason says:

      Paul says:
      April 7, 2023 at 9:19 pm

      Why do you say that, Jason?”

      Morons that abuse their elected position, violate the rules, and use bullhorns to incite riots within the House chamber are not standing for anything except disrespect for the institution and the citizens.

    1139. Tina says:

      But what happened to 1/6 being “worse” than 9/11?

      VP HARRIS DEFENDS STORMING OF TENNESSEE CAPITOL: “A Democracy allows for places where the People’s voice will be heard and honored…”

    1140. Tgca says:


      You REALLY need to take a refresher ESL class. I SPECIFICALLY was talking about sex reassignment surgery and the article you posted acknowledges it is rare as well so you prove my point. TYVM!

      Yes, there is a significant rise is the young claiming to be LGBTQ and trannies, as have I have reported here going back to at least 2021.

      I think most of the increase is from confused and alienated kids jumping on the bandwagon in hopes of fitting in and being part of a current craze pushed by many radical libs, MSM, and Hollywood to normalize LGBTQ, or a rush to judgment when a kid shows signs of personality disorders, but they are NOT candidates for surgery.

      This increase in kids seeking treatment is no different than the trends we saw in the 90s and early 2000s with significant increases in kids being labeled with ADD, depression, or other personality disorders by some in the medical community looking to make a buck. It was greatly exaggerated.

      That’s why it’s important for parents to work with qualified doctors to individually address any concerns they have about their children’s behavior. To me, this is something PARENTS and NOT the gubbermint should be addressing.

      There will be some kids with serious gender dysphoria that will need these medical interventions so having a blanket prohibition pushed by politicians who have no medical training or understanding of the challenges transgender kids face and who use it simply for campaign funding purposes is dangerous to children with serious gender identity issues.

    1141. Tgca says:

      If we’re going to say concerns over gender dysphoria is all hogwash and blanket prohibit treatment and discussion of it, we should do the same with:


      because trends have shown they’ve all increased so they also must be fakesteps too just looking fir attention.

      Let’s pass laws to stop medical intervention and funding for treatment of these as well. Cut them off and force them to deal with their issues.

      Clearly these are people either faking it or just clinging to a cause for attention because history shows these trends are all recent and did not exist historically…riiiiiiiight?

    1142. Tgca says:


      So you’re ok with teen suicide and them running away and ending up on a life of drugs and in prostitution which often happens to these teens. Good to know.

    1143. Tgca says:


      As usual, you have no understanding of science and it’s why you succumb to and follow quacks on the internet who look for suckers like you to push STOOPID health and diet tends while you suffer from and have to take medication for cardiovascular disease that is most likely attributable to your unhealthy diet and lifestyle so excuse me if we don’t take your guidance on medical interventions.

      I don’t expect you to understand anything about the challenges people with serious gender dysphoria suffer because these people are worthless human beings to you.

    1144. Tgca says:


      Jadon makes a fool of himself as usual.

      We’re talking about these trannie issues mainly because it’s political bait and good for conservative fundraising, not because teen genital surgeries are through the roof, with only about 50 in 4 years of out of approximately 75 million American kids, or .000067% of that population.

      That’s less than 2 kids in PA getting the surgery in 4 years if you extrapolate the data to PA child population.

      WOW!!! What a crisis! Let’s pass anti-LGBTQ laws in PA while the rest of the state, except the good parts of Philly, rots away from other issues like poverty, crime, and voter fraud.

      For example of political bait, home gas use in Floreedah is less than 8% of the population and there is no statewide infrastructure to support it in Floreedah but DeSanctimonius gave a press conference on it to announce a statewide sales tax holiday (about $35) on it and set aside $7M in a $115B annual budget, or .006% of the budget. By comparison Floreedah’s law enforcement budget is 55 times larger at $388M but no press conference on that.

      Why? It’s smoke and mirrors! Politicians love to manipulate and lie about things that get them good press and campaign funds while knowing it’s not of importance to most.

    1145. jason says:

      Tgca writes a lot of garbage but you can condense it all into one statement.

      He is in favor of genital mutilation of children.

      I am against it.

      Nothing else needs to be said.

      As far a teen “suicide”, it occurs among teens that got “treatment” too, so to pretend that genital mutilation “prevents suicide” is a crock of crap.

      Also, there are plenty of suicides among adults who transgender too.’

    1146. jason says:

      Let’s pass anti-LGBTQ laws in PA”

      Just the fact Tgca thinks laws preventing genital mutilation of children is “anti-LGBTQ” shows his true colors.

      Not that there was any doubt.

      I guess he would call laws against murder “anti-assassin”.

    1147. jason says:

      while you suffer from and have to take medication for cardiovascular disease”


      I never took any medication for cardiovascular disease.

      My heart tests out as perfect, thank you very much. If you went hunting with me you would be puking your guts out at the first hill we climbed, and I climb a lot of hills. I can hike for hours through rough terrain, I bet you have your tongue hanging out walking to the canal to throw away your dead fish.

      Your carb and sugar laden diet causes you to have a myriad of health problems. You are a 115 lb weakling barely surviving on rabbit food.

      I am a lot healthier than you are because I eat a low carb zero sugar high protein/high fat diet consisting mostly of meat and vegetables.

      This diet is far superior to your high carb and sugar diet which is the reason half the country is obese and 40 million have type 2 diabetes.

    1148. jason says:

      We’re talking about these trannie issues mainly because there is a huge movement to incentivize gender changes and normalize gender surgeries in children”

      There, I fixed it for Tgca.

      What you are thankfully seeing from the Golden Calf and others, is a reaction to this.

    1149. Tina says:

      This is a problem. The sorros da withheld Brady material. This has to be tossed.

      yan Fournier

      The Daniel Perry case just took a crazy turn.

      The lead detective, David Fugitt just filed an affidavit claiming the Soros backed DA had him remove over 100 pages of exculpatory evidence…

      The grand jury NEVER got to see it.

      This is criminal.

    1150. jason says:

      Bitterlaw says:
      April 7, 2023 at 11:13 pm

      Surgery is irreversible. Ultimately, I can not endorse it for mentally tormented minors.”


      Would you let your child drink gasoline if they threatened to kill themselves if you didn’t let them drink gasoline?

      If a child (or their parents) wants to undergo genital mutilation they have to wait until they are 18. Period.

    1151. jason says:

      The sad day for the HHR Putin Lapdogs has finally arrived.

      Russia has lost a documented total of 10,000 pieces of heavy equipment.

    1152. Tgca says:


      Stoopid analogy further proving you lack knowledge of the issues at hand.

      So you’re saying you would intervene if your child under 18 tried to drink gasoline but if they’re over 18 threatening to drink gasoline, you’d be fine with it.

      F*ckin’ retard!

    1153. Tgca says:


      No! What DeSanctimonius is doing is trying to take advantage of a situation for vote pandering like he does with many issues. See my gas stoves example from before.

      Remember when his own law enforcement found no evidence that a FEW children brought to a drag show by STOOPID parents experienced inappropriate behavior upon them and exposed to nothing more than you see on TV but DeSanctimonius ignored the report and is proceeding with taking the venue’s license away.

      Like you, he is an uninformed bigot continuously targeting certain minority groups and trying to capitalize on the sensationalism of headlines.

      How is he different than Bragg in making up chit to justify his abuse of gubbermint authority?

    1154. Cash Cow TM says:

      “VP HARRIS DEFENDS STORMING OF TENNESSEE CAPITOL: “A Democracy allows for places where the People’s voice will be heard and honored…”


      There are a vast mount of places where people’s voices can be heard and honored.

      In the middle of a legislative session on the floor of a state legislature session is NOT one of those places.

      Nor in the middle of a wedding, funeral, or a church service, etc.

      Kameltoe Harris verifying that she is dumb as a fruit loop.

      And a heartbeat away from running this country.
      Maybe this is part of the reason why Cow has trouble sleeping at night.

    1155. Tgca says:

      Whether it’s rape, suicide, PTSD, or gender identity, there’s a lot of grossly exaggerated examples out there that get headlines because it’s good for the news cycles and politicians to jump on to get campaign funding and pander for votes.

      If we’re going to pass blanket legislation to stop medical treatment for kids with serious gender identity issues without considering individual cases and medical guidance that put their lives at risk, than we should do the same for those claiming they suffer from rape, suicide, and PTSD because these trends have also suspiciously increased significant over the years and those people should be able to just get over it and deal with it like you expect kids with serious gender identity issues.

    1156. Cash Cow TM says:

      Some people here use a lot of twisted “logic” in trying to argue various points of theirs.

      Cow never does that.

    1157. Tgca says:


      Considering you support nearly 100 million annual mutilations of babies to the point of their death, as they are ripped apart, limb by limb, and in many cases, most likely experiencing excruciating pain due to a well developed nervous system, I think it’s funny you accuse others of supporting mutilation.

      Cosmetic surgery is not mutilation. Many people who surgically transitioned live a healthy productive life while others do not, depending on the quality of medical professionals performing surgeries, and their mental health acclimation to such life changes.

      I guess in your mind these are genital mutilations too even though they are routinely often save lives:

      Vaginal tissue removal from more advanced stages of uterine cancer
      Penile tissue removal from penile cancer
      Testicular removal from testicular cancer
      Penile and testicular tissue removal from military wounded in action
      Vaginal rejuvenation surgery

    1158. Tgca says:


      Agreed! Some people are ignorant hicks that routinely post against anything out of their comfort zone because they’re fearful of change or being exposed to those that don’t look like them or are from different cultures.

    1159. Tgca says:

      God I hope it NEVER happens because Mrs. Jadon has to be a Saint to put up with Jadon, but if Mrs. Jadon was diagnosed with advanced uterine cancer, I’m sure Jadon will be against her self-mutilating herself with surgery because removal of genital tissue and cosmetic reconstruction is just wrong.

      People need to just deal with their issues! Riiiiiiiiiiight!

    1160. Bitterlaw says:

      Unless Mrs. Jason is under 18, it is completely different than mutilating children. I am not sure of the appropriate age to marry a llama.

    1161. Bitterlaw says:

      1191 All if those procedures are performed on adults except for circumcision.

    1162. Bitterlaw says:

      And circumcision leaves almost everything.

    1163. Tina says:

      I am sure the phony Rs will give more money to this dumpster agency.

      Oversight Project
      Apr 3
      NEW: Docs we obtained show how @FBI equates protected online speech to violence.

      According to @FBI using the terms “based” or “red pilled” are signs of “Racially or Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremism”
      Show this thread

    1164. jason says:

      Many people who surgically transitioned live a healthy productive life”

      Fine. But not on children.

    1165. jason says:

      Tgca is talking trash.

      Pretending surgery for testicular cancer is the same as chopping off a child’s penis as elective surgery is the same thing.


    1166. jason says:

      So you’re saying you would intervene if your child under 18 tried to drink gasoline but if they’re over 18 threatening to drink gasoline, you’d be fine with it.”

      No, clown, I am saying that children cannot always get what they want (or think they want) by threatening suicide.

    1167. jason says:

      Time to watch the Master’s.


    1168. Bitterlaw says:

      Lent is over. My Lenten promise is fulfilled.


    1169. Tgca says:


      Why is age the only consideration and mental health and well-being is not for this issue?

      Mutilation is mutilation regardless of age.

      ABORTIONS are mutilations of babies and they occur in the US at over 600K annually compared to 50 genital surgeries on teens in 4 years. Compare 50 mutilations to over 2.5 million mutilations in a 4 year period. Which should be more worrisome!

      Do you really think someone who is 17 is really different in maturity than someone at 18? Maturity is individualized in most cases.

      So if a state drops its legal age to 16, then you’re ok with that person having such genital surgeries?

      31 states have age of consent laws at 16 which means a teen in those states have dominion over their genitals for sexual purposes and can engage in sexual practices that expose them to genital harm or diseases, often ones like herpes that are permanent with no cure. Why is that ok?

    1170. Tgca says:

      No! You have no understanding of medical treatment. You’re trying to do a one glove fits all.

      Why is it OK to MUTILATE genitals when faced with a cancer diagnosis but not MUTILATE genitals when with a severely depressed person with a diagnosed medical condition that won’t change with time?

      From a medical view, if the MUTILATION of genitals results in helping a patient and potentially saving their life, why is one OK and not the other.

    1171. Tgca says:

      As for threats, Jaron shows his ignorance again.

      Most kids are not threatening to kill themselves because they can’t have their way. Most kids in these situations who kill themselves or run away from home into a life of drugs and prostitution do so because they are so desperate and see no other way out that they can’t cope at home.

      All the therapy in the world is not going to change how these children with severe gender identity issues feel anymore then therapy will change a serial child rapist or serial killer.

      Surgery is a last resort to try and give these people some sort of normalcy to adapt to life so they don’t end up another unfortunate statistic.

      It’s parents like Jadon who lack understanding and compassion for their kids that watch them runaway or end up dead and then wonder why. For years, one of the leading cause of deaths in gay and trans teens were intolerant religious and conservative parents. I’ve met many gays driven out at a young age, some less than 15, by hateful conservative or religious parents who would rather disown or see their child dead, then have them be gay or trans.

      I admire parents who try to change and put their kids lives before their own beliefs and feelings because having a kid with severe gender identity issues is no worse than watching your child die of an incurable disease. It will slowly kill them if they can’t adapt and have a severe mental health issues over it.

      Clearly, Jadon would not be one of those caring parents from his comments here.

    1172. Tgca says:

      I’m passionate over this issue for those with REAL gender identity because I saw many trans youths living off the streets in San Francisco just a few blocks from my house. Many ended up dead! You’d see them daily on Polk Street in the Tenderloin, a busy street with a number of seedy gay bars that was a haven area for these kids to hang out and feel safety in numbers, with the only trans bar in San Francisco in that area as well.

      On weekend nights, the cops sometimes patrolled the area because after the bars closed, mostly straight guys would cruise the area for $20 BJs in their cars between 2AM and 4AM. This is how these kids made money to support themselves.

      Most were too far gone in drugs and not well mentally developed due to years of not coping. It’s all they knew. Many had HIV and other STDs. We always heard from local businesses or read stories in the local gay rags about these kids being beaten to a pulp or worse by some straight thugs that would get their kicks targeting them at night, knowing no one cared to do anything about it.

      So perhaps before people like Jadon ASSUME they’re just kids threatening suicide to get their way, he should study up and learn a little more about those with severe gender identity issues instead of listening to bigots like DeSanctimonius who ignorantly claims with no scientific reference that most of these issues just ‘work themselves out by the time they complete their teens.”

      How f*ckin’ STOOPID! I guess teen girls tricking will also work it all out after a few years on the street as well.

    1173. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      All males Finns are required to receive military training:

      “Section 127 of the Constitution of Finland mandates military service conscription of all adult males by the age of 30. Lauri Markkanen, the Utah Jazz’s 25-year-old star forward, has yet to serve his.

      And so, with the team’s season set to conclude Sunday in Los Angeles, he decided to fulfill his obligation this summer, as reported by ESPN.

      The All-Star simply hadn’t done it yet because he enrolled at the University of Arizona upon graduating from the Helsinki Basketball Academy, and has mostly remained in the United States since to focus on his professional basketball career.”

    1174. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      I am uncomfortable when politics enters into the issue of surgical treatment for transsexuality in children; a procedure which has a profound impact and should be approached with great caution:

      “…another issue in the UK that is fueling public debate: the treatment of transsexuality in children and young people. The first shock came from the words of psychoanalyst Dr. Marcus Evans, who was on the board of Tavistock Gender Identity Development Services (GIDS), the only clinic in the UK health system dealing with gender change. The consultant quit his job after denouncing that doctors were subjected to censorship at the clinic when, for example, they voiced their concerns about the often hasty procedures that led to “inadequate clinical assessments” and “premature interventions” on young patients. Evans also revealed that many of his colleagues were facing “pressure from trans activists” who want to keep the issue secret.”

    1175. Tgca says:


      Agreed! Get the freaks and radicals, left and right, out of healthcare. Medical intervention for trans kids or adults should be free of politics and each case should be assessed individually for needs just like treatment for any other medical issue. Neither gubbermint nor activists should be dictating terms on treatments for trans children or adults.

      Also, get these trans freaks and liberal heteros, mostly women, out of school pushing young kids to consider their sexuality in graphic terms. Discussions on sexuality should be age appropriate and relevant to course topic.

      If a child asks a probing question, like children often do, like why a female teacher is married to a woman, it is fine to tell that child that it is acceptable and the law of the land that allows two men or two women to marry, but it should not be a lesson in indoctrination or a political rant, just as we would not expect for religious or political discussions in school.

      Teachers should steer controversial discussions that are neither age appropriate or relevant to the course away from further class discussion. If a child has many probing inquiries, refer that child to student counselors to decide the best way to handle such inquiries.

      It is fine to teach sex education involving LGBTQ at the appropriate age along with heterosexual sex education.

      It is fine to discuss current events involving LGBTQ issues in history class covering current events.

      LGTBQ issues should not be kept out of school if they’re relevant to the course topic at hand.

      LGBTQ make up 6% to 7% of the US population, more than many ethnic and religious minority groups (such as Jews, Muslims, Indians, non-Indian Asians), so to expect folks to ignore their existence is discrimination and absurd school policy. Imagine if someone said you’re not allowed to discuss AA or Latino history or topics in school and you have to in essence pretend they don’t exist.

      Keep in mind, for every 100 kids in school, statistically 6 or 7 of them are gay and may already be dealing with the confusion that they are different than others without understanding it. That’s what gays go through from a young age so though school may not be the appropriate place to delve into the details of sexuality, it’s part of these children’s lives and it weighs on them. Ask most gay people when they started realizing they were different than others and fearful to bring it up. You will find most had some confusion as young as 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade.

    1176. SanDiegoCitizen says:

      This is appalling:

      “A former Jurupa Valley High School teacher is speaking out after she says she was fired for not hiding students’ gender transitions and identities from parents.

      Jessica Tapia was fired for refusing to follow a state law that forbids teachers from talking to parents about their child’s gender choices without consent from the student.”

      “And I said, ‘Are you asking me to lie to parents?’ And they said ‘Yes,'” Tapia said outside Jurupa Valley High.

    1177. jason says:


      The good news is that Bud Light tastes like rain water that someone siphoned out of a tin bucket so it should be very easy to boycott

      — Matt Walsh

    1178. Bitterlaw says:

      Happy Easter. Spoiler alert.

      He is risen.

    1179. Tgca says:

      …and Happy Easter to you too!

      Yes! Trump has risen. Poll after poll is undeniable.

      He has been tested, vilified, betrayed, and crucified simply because he strikes fear in the Establishment because the people believe in him and follow him.

      Praise the Almighty that Trump has risen. Trumpism endures.

      The truth shall prevail. The 2020 election was stolen.

      Trump shall return and cast down the heathens in DC and then we shall have 4 more years of peace and prosperity.

      Amen!…and Make America Great Again!!

    1180. PresidentPaul! says:

      This is why I have always said it would have made way more sense for Elon to buy the 100 billion dollar market cap blackrock over buying twitter in terms of influence.

      Budweiser was essentially being forced to pick a transgender spokesman for its brand “The big fund managers like BlackRock all embrace this ESG orthodoxy in how they apply pressure to top corporate management teams and boards and they determine, in many cases, executive compensation and bonuses and who gets re-elected or re-appointed to boards. They can make it very difficult for you if you don’t abide by their agendas.”

    1181. PresidentPaul! says:

      These companies are being run by 401k’s at this point only the ppl who have the retirement funds aren’t the voters.

      It’s blackrock etc who control these assets undermanagement.

      Hence boycotting stuff doesn’t actually do or change anything.

      Someone has to just buy the company itself if anything is going to change

    1182. Cash Cow TM says:


      Futurists claim you will be able to attend your wn funeral

      Saw a Facebook clip of a recent congressional hearing where a top person in the Air Force(?) was being questioned about the military giving info they had on 11 Republican candidates for congress to the DCCC.

      When asked is anyone was fired.
      They could not answer that (indicating that nobody was fired)
      The fear was that the Great Salt Lake was going to go dry. NOW, not so much!
      They say it is miraculous?
      And speaking of Manmade Climate Change…
      Newspapers report a new university study indicates that CLIMATE CHANGE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INCREASE IN MLB HOME RUNS GOING UP A STAGGERING 1% FRM 2016 TO NOW!

      (NOT changes in the makeup of the baseball, not speed of the pitches coming to the plate, not changes in the size and strengths of the batters, etc.)

    1183. jason says:

      Happy Easter.

      I was hoping to shoot a couple rabbits yesterday to celebrate Easter with rabbit in mustard sauce but alas, no luck.

      But its a nice day, grilling some 16 oz ribeyes. The math here is 24oz for me and 8 oz for my wife.

    1184. Tina says:

      The warmongers assured us this would not be happening.

      French President Macron: Europe Must Reduce Its Dependence on United States

    1185. Bitterlaw says:

      More lies from Yina unless she has a link to which “warmonger” assured her it would not be happening.

    1186. Bitterlaw says:


    1187. Bitterlaw says:

      France has resented US influence in Europe for decades.

    1188. jason says:

      Lying Tina© is here!

    1189. jason says:

      France has been saying this since Charles de Gaulle pulled France out of the military structure of NATO in 1966.

    1190. jason says:

      “which “warmonger” assured her it would not be happening.”

      Get in line.

      Still waiting for Lying Tina© to tell us who at HHR said:

      Still waiting. Who at HHR said:

      1) Xi looks like an honest guy.

      2) The ccp ballon was just a weather balloon. It got lost

      3) Here at hhr pooty poot is the only (top) threat.”

      4)The ccp are not a threat

    1191. Tgca says:

      1st we have men with penises infiltrating women sports.

      Then we have ESPN celebrating Women’s History month by doing a feature on a male swimmer disguised as a woman.

      Then we have Nike marketing a campaign to women to buy leggings and bras advertised by a flat-chested man wearing leggings and bras.

      Then we have Bud marketing beer to men using an ugly scrawny man dressed up as woman.

      …and now we have Jadon and Bitter attacking our very own long -time woman poster Yina.

      I tell ya! Women can’t get a break these days. They are being cancelled everywhere, even here at HHR.


    1192. Tgca says:

      So DeSanctimonius gets outsmarted by Disney using perfectly legal maneuvers to protect their interests and stockholders and now the Floreedah Fascist is going to go after them with new taxes, tolls, development fees etc. to get even.

      Now tell me how this is not weaponizing gubbermint when the gubbernor is trying to target a specific company to make their shareholders suffer.

      Good luck attracting businesses to Floreedah with these tactics. Doesn’t sound very business-friendly to me.

      Floreedah is sounding more and more like Caleefawnyuh every day.

      DeSantis said he is looking into the possibility of imposing fresh taxes on Disney hotels and property developments and tolls on roads near its facilities in Florida – a threat that came after the company pushed through a 30-year development deal just before the state took control of its special tax district.

    1193. Tgca says:

      I know they won’t do it, but Disney should let it drop they are looking to relocate Disney World to another friendly state.

      The impact would be devastating as Floreedah lost 77,000 Disney jobs and probably another 100,000+ or so reliant on the area and watch central Floreedah turn into a ghost town.

      This would impact many industries as well, specifically the cruise industry where many people schedule cruises specifically to go to Disney too.

      There is no other company in the world with the name recognition that could come in fill Disney’s shoes so that area would become wasteland and Floreedah would lose a tremendous amount of its youth work force as well.

      The GOP would see it stock plummet and you’d be looking at a good chance of getting a Dem gubbernor for the 1st time in decades.

      DeSanctimonius is out of control!

      You think Corporate America is going to embrace a guy that tries to tax specific companies because they don’t agree with him?

      I think DeSanctimonius will be on the losing side if they go to war over this.

      He should suck it up and accept he but his headlines but was outsmarted instead of trying to penalize businesses over politics.

    1194. jason says:

      Genital mutilation of children for political purposes.


      “If a man maintains with conviction that he is a woman in spite of chromosomal, anatomical, endocrinological and other evidence to the contrary, it’s not unreasonable to conclude that man is delusional. This, according to a WebMD item reviewed by Dr. Smitha Bhandari, is “a type of serious mental illness called a psychotic disorder.”

      The Cleveland Clinic advises treatment for delusions to include “psychotherapy (talk therapy) and medication,” further noting, “people with severe symptoms or who are at risk of hurting themselves or others might need to be admitted to the hospital until the condition is stabilized.”

      The treatment for delusions parallels that of eating disorders, yet it is too often denied to people suffering from transgenderism. That’s because, unlike transgenderism, there is no political advantage in promoting eating disorders. People are not demanding construction of vomitoria for bulimia sufferers. We do not affirm the delusions of people with anorexia or tell them to embrace their warped body image while encouraging self-starvation. We do the compassionate thing and treat them, putting them on a path to good health and happy lives.

      But because young people confused about their gender are politically useful, Leftists exploit them and dissuade them from obtaining the medical treatment they need. They instead force them deeper into mental illness by promoting the lie that they can simply alter natural law on a whim.

      This cruelty is being perpetrated in pursuit of Marxism, and totalitarians have a long history of exploiting children. Vladimir Lenin declared a century ago, “Give me four years to teach the children and the seed I have sown will never be uprooted,” and Lenin’s philosophy continues today. This is not caring or compassionate. Transgender ideologues see these children as disposable, as collateral damage, in their quest to un-do the American founding.

      Today’s events are reminiscent of China’s Cultural Revolution which destroyed millions of families and left millions more dead. While the United States is a long way from the mass murder committed by the Red Guards, the intentional family tumult promoted by the Revolution is eerily echoed by supporters of the LGBTQ agenda. It is designed to destroy what Marx called, “the bourgeois family,” and they do so by preying on the insecurities of adolescents and the innocence of younger children.

      Eventually, the Cultural Revolution ended and so will our current chaos. When it does, I believe history will reflect on this era with tremendous shame and bewilderment at how we allowed it to happen. The guilt will be such that people promoting this agenda today will deny their involvement, but they cannot escape the ignominy of their actions.

      Until then, we must continue to show compassion for those afflicted by this ideology. To truly, genuinely care about children deceived into believing their gender delusions is to recognize their illness and advocate for their proper care, just as we do for those suffering from bulimia, anorexia, and other mental disorders.”

    1195. jason says:

      Disney needs Florida a lot more than Florida needs Disney. Millions of tourists visit Florida from all over the world and make Disney parks part of their trip but there are many other reasons to visit Florida.

      The Golden Calf should absolutely call their bluff if Disney wants to move. Such move would cost Disney billions

      Tell Disney to GFTs.

      Disney already showed they are no match for the Golden Calf.

      Woke Disney overplayed its hand and thought they were bigger than Florida and could use their political power to be the political kingmakers for their woke agenda.

      The Golden Calf said no, not happening.

      Kudos to him

    1196. jason says:

      I think DeSanctimonius will be on the losing side if they go to war over this.”


      The Golden Calf has already won the war against Disney.

      If Disney wants a rematch, which I doubt, he will win the rematch too.

    1197. Tgca says:

      So Biden admin now replacing pastoral care for our military with secular contractor to better represent the religious views of all even though Catholic Archdiocese has been providing this service for 20 years.

      The war on Christian’s continue I see.

      The Catholic Archdiocese for the Military Services is accusing Walter Reed National Military Medical Center of denying Catholic service members and veterans their right to practice their religion after it canceled a contract for pastoral care and issued a “cease and desist” order to a community of Catholic priests just days before Holy Week.

    1198. jason says:

      Good luck attracting businesses to Floreedah with these tactics. Doesn’t sound very business-friendly to me.”

      Florida has great incentives for businesses.

      Woke Disney was a great example.

      But they abused and violated their welcome and paid the price.

    1199. Tgca says:


      No! He’s been embarrassed by all the headlines here in Floreedah. People following the news here know he’s been outsmarted and his team is in damage control over it.

      So you now support taxing companies and driving down shareholder wealth if they don’t subscribe to your politics?

      How is this different than a trade war or tariffs? He purposely driving up their costs because he was outsmarted.

      You think that’s good for Floreedah businesses?

      So much for the concept of free trade you love so much.

    1200. Tgca says:


      So you think big corporations are going to want to set up shop in Floreedah with a fickle gubbermint that will target you?

      You clearly have little concept of how Corporate America works.

      Between this and the ABORTION ban he will sign soon, I think you’re going to see Floreedah start getting the Caleefawnyuh treatment.

    1201. Gordon Allen says:

      Florida has the largest New business startups in the nation.
      It needs Disney barely,if at all.
      Disney needs Florida a LOT,and it’s California based corporate leadership is stupid cubed to permanently antagonize the Governor and Legislature of the state where it is located.
      Leftist corporate types can bully many states,and not just Disney but in Florida that won’t work.
      Florida’s economy and dynamism are impervious to corporate rants by Leftists

    1202. Tgca says:

      I’m hearing rumors that Rick Scott, Floreedah’s most accomplished gubbernor in decades, a businessman who actually turned Floreedah around after inheriting a depressed economy with a 11% unemployment rate and handed it to DeSanctimonius on a silver platter with a 3.4% unemployment rate is irate over these DeSanctimonius policies that he believes are hurting Floreedah in the long run and could publicly make a statement against him.

      It is well-known here that Scott does not appreciate DeSanctimonius tactics and DeSanctimonius doesn’t seek out Scott’s advice.

      If both Trump and Scott start bashing DeSanctimonius, it’s going to start showing the emperor has no clothes.

    1203. jason says:

      Woke Disney is the only one to blame for their situation.

      They thought they were the government of Florida.

      They weren’t.

    1204. jason says:

      So you think big corporations are going to want to set up shop in Floreedah with a fickle gubbermint that will target you?”

      No fickle government.

      I think most people with a half a brain understand what has happened here.

      Florida is a great place for business. It might not be a great place for businesses who think they should dictate policy to the state government.

    1205. jason says:

      You clearly have little concept of how Corporate America works.”

      I know more about it than an Occupy Wall Street advocate who thinks businesses should be charities.

    1206. jason says:

      Neville Allen may be a moron, but he understands business a lot better than Tgca clown.

      He is correct.

      Disney needs FL. FL doesn’t need Disney.

    1207. Robbie says:

      On Easter, sane, normal people celebrate the resurrection of Christ.

      Trump supporters, on the other hand, celebrate their god, Trump.

    1208. Robbie says:

      Donald J. Trump


      – These are the ramblings of a psychotic lunatic who should be heavily medicated and in a rubber room.

      Yet, this is the man Jason fraud, Phil, Tgca, and Tinfoil want to be president.

      Grievance is not a winning message, but it is what the Trump cultists want.

    1209. jason says:

      What do you disagree with Trump’s message, Amoral Scumbag?

      Personally I agree with all of it except “powerful wall”.

    1210. jason says:

      Robbie says:
      April 9, 2023 at 7:28 pm

      On Easter, sane, normal people celebrate the resurrection of Christ.”

      Yeah, your man Biden is a real Christian.

    1211. jason says:

      Good luck attracting businesses to Floreedah with these tactics. Doesn’t sound very business-friendly to me”

      This from the clown who doesn’t think property owners are not entitled to a market return on their investment.

    1212. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag makes even Easter about Trump.

      What a sick pathetic excuse for a human being.

    1213. Tgca says:


      I NEVER said that and you know it. Find the post where I said that.

      I agree that if cost of living go up in a community, then people should pay such costs, including increased property taxes but I also believe greed is involved in many cases just like when local stores raise the price of food and water by double or triple amounts during a catastrophic event because they know people will pay, like after a hurricane or earthquake. It’s greed but hey…that’s capitalism!

      There should be no difference than rental payments and property taxes reflecting market values because they both represent cost of living in a certain areas. If rents go up reflecting then local gubbermint should do the same with property taxes because it also reflects local cost of living. So if rent doubles in a year, then it’s fair for gubbermint to double property taxes too since they are entitled to get the most taxes that such areas can afford.

    1214. Tgca says:


      If Disney left FL, the FL unemployment rate would nearly double. That’s good for the state?

      Many people come from all over the world to Floreedah for Disney. It’s Floreedah’s #1 tourist attraction and supports many local and state businesses including the cruise business which is part of tourist vacationing here.

      Without Disney, Floreedah’s tourism would be much lower and parts of Central Floreedah would be wasteland.

      Perhaps Jadon should learn a bit of the economics and demographics of Floreedah before saying STOOPID things.

      Floreedah is a service industry catering to tourism.

      I’d put my decades in Corporate America as a leader in some of the largest multi-billion dollar public companies against Jadon and Gordy any day.

    1215. Cash Cow TM says:

      Did you hear?

      The Republicans are planning to detonate a bomb as Biden arrives in Ireland!

      Trump probably behind it.
      “A dissident republican terror group in Northern Ireland has been plotting a major attack to overshadow President Joe Biden’s visit to the region this week, according to local reports.”


    1216. Tgca says:

      Perhaps the US should not get involved in Ukraine either then. If Russia goes to war with Europe, perhaps the U.S. should not get involved either. See how that works France?

      F*ck the French! What ungrateful bastards they are.

      After his 6 hour meeting in China Macron told reporters that Europe should create distance with the U.S. & should not get involved in supporting America over China when it comes to Taiwan

    1217. jason says:

      If Disney left FL, the FL unemployment rate would nearly double. That’s good for the state?”

      Talk about ignorance of economics.

      No, it would not double because a certain percentage would find other jobs.

      At most it would cause a temporary rise. Also, Disney could not close in a day, it would be a slow process.

      Call their bluff. Let’s see if Disney shareholders want to spend billions to relocate.

      And let them relocate to a blue state, maybe they want to pay higher taxes and maybe there they can dictate policy to the state.

      Because if they relocate to a red state, they won’t get anything like the sweet deal and self governance they had in Florida, which they stupidly threw away by trying to use it to impose their own brand of wokism.

    1218. jason says:

      but I also believe greed is involved in many cases”


      No, getting a market return on your investment is not “greed’.

      Did Bernie Sanders tell you that?

    1219. jason says:

      Many people come from all over the world to Floreedah for Disney.”

      Nah. Florida has a lot of attractions besides Disney. Hundreds of coastal resorts on both sides of the peninsula. There are other theme parks besides Disney’s. Miami is a shopping mecca for people from the Caribbean and South and Central America. Other businesses would move in to fill in the vacuum, other theme parks would be built.

      Disney accounts for about 2.5% of Florida’s GDP. Not insignificant but Florida’s economy won’t collapse without it either.

      Most estimates are that it would take Disney 5 or 6 years to build another park like they one in Florida. Are they going to shut down for 5 years?

      Disney can either abide by the laws of the state they operate in or they can waste billions in shareholder assets to move.

      Their choice.

    1220. jason says:

      Disney picked a fight with the wrong guy.

      They got owned by the Golden Calf.

    1221. jason says:

      Seen on Internet.

      “In China their kids are getting masters degrees when they are like 8 years old. Our kids don’t know what gender they are. Things are going swimmingly.”

    1222. Robbie says:

      Josh Kraushaar

      WaPo: “Doug Mastriano, a Republican who lost the governor’s race last year by 15 points, is expected to announce a Senate run soon.”

      – Jason fraud pumps his fist in the air and yells, “SEND A MESSAGE!”.

      When Mastriano loses to Casey, just remember. This is the kind of party the Trumpers wanted. One that only matters to the extreme portion of the base.

    1223. Phil says:

      Casey? When has Casey had to sweat re-election… anyone.

      It’s Pennsylvania.

    1224. jason says:

      These numbers don’t look good for Trump, although it is ABC and the wording of the questions are misleading (wrong does not mean illegal, etc.).

      New ABC post-Trump indictment poll is out

      1. 50/33% Americans beleive Trump should be charged

      2. 64% beleive Trump intentionally/wrongly did something illegal, including 57% independents

      3. ONLY 45% Republicans say Trump did nothing wrong

      4. Trump’s approval is at 25%”

    1225. jason says:

      – Jason fraud pumps his fist in the air and yells, “SEND A MESSAGE!”.

      Zzzzz…. maybe Amoral Scumbag can find a post where I endorsed Mastriano in the primary.

      No? Didn’t think so.

      “that only matters to the extreme portion of the base”

      Must be a lot of extremists in the base…..

    1226. jason says:

      Maybe Amoral Scumbag will come to the realization that insulting the working class might not be the best way to nominate someone other than Mastriano.

    1227. Phil says:

      Robbie will come around on that one, Jason, when pigs fly.

    1228. jason says:

      “Mississippi woman, 19, accused of sex with German shepherd is pictured WITH the dog after she crashed her car days before her arrest: Cops say bestiality tape was recorded outside local Baptist CHURCH”

    1229. jason says:

      Let’s hope either the LGBTQ+ community drinks a lot of beer or these woke beers go broke.

      “For a number of years, Coors Light has been sponsoring the Denver PrideFest and also supports the Center on Colfax, an LGBTQ+ facility in the city. GLAAD, an LGBTQ+ media advocacy organization, has described Coors as “among the most progressive for its employee policies toward gays.”

      Budweiser has also sponsored a number of LGBTQ+ events, including London Pride and Toronto Pride in 2019. The same year saw the company release a special rainbow-colored bottle for World Pride, to raise money for GLAAD.

      According to its official website, Miller Lite has given $450,000 to the Equality Federation, an LGBTQ+ advocacy group, with the brand launching its “Open & Proud” campaign in 2021. In partnership with the federation, it promotes inclusivity in bars where Miler Lite is served.

      Michelob Ultra announced in 2021 that it had partnered with CeCe Telfer, an LGBTQ+ advocate and the “first openly transgender female athlete to win an NCAA title.”

      Anheuser-Busch has sponsored a number of LGBTQ+ events, including San Diego Pride, and in 2015 was listed by the Human Rights Campaign as one of the “best places to work” for LGBTQ+ employees.

    1230. jason says:

      Btw, it is not because they are contributing to LGBTQ+ causes. I would say the same about any other woke cause.

    1231. Bitterlaw says:

      If Tgca represents that he was involved with large corporations, there is no evidence to rebut that. However, he has not said what he actually did for those corporations. Was he an accountant? Head of Human Resources? Project manager?

    1232. Phil says:

      Boy, when you’ve lost Coors you’re in sad shape. In 1976 I was a first yr grad student Volunteer in the Reagan campaign at the Republican convention in Kansas City. I worked in the motor pool and was one of the volunteers who shuttled Reagan delegates around the city to various caucuses and meetings around town. One of the Colorado delegates I drove was the elderly Coors who was a Reagan delegate. The guy is no doubt rolling in his grave about now.

      Unbelievable what’s happening.

    1233. Tina says:

      Yikes. This looks terrible for Fat Albert I am sure there was also coordination with the White house. Let’s wait to see what the House Rs discover.

    1234. Tina says:

      Kyle Martinsen ????
      Embedded video
      Q: Are you running in 2024?

      BIDEN: “Well, I’ll either, I’ll eith—I’ll either be rolling egg or, uh,
      being the, the gu—you know, the guy who’s pushing them out”

    1235. Paul says:

      Cash Cow is an old and senile.

    1236. Paul says:

      Tennessee Three who stand for the Nashville Six will be back in the legislature within days. Jason, the moron who stands for nothing, is hardest hit.

    1237. Paul says:

      Time for Kentucky to start kicking out legislators who want to talk about gun control. Keep the death toll rising. Fück the victims.

    1238. Tgca says:

      1267. Bitter

      I have been recruited and worked throughout the US in both Accounting and Finance for decades. Besides working with finance and legal in reviewing public filings to the SEC and other regulators, a major area of my corporate job was doing analysis and disclosures for public reporting, as well as meeting regularly with divisional senior management to provide them analytics and guidance on the business so they could make investment decisions such as giving them guidance on billion dollar + capital expenditure programs and how to best structure deals for best financial performance. I used to do some corporate and public accounting tax work too but gave that up 25+ years ago.

      I also regularly provided analysis and talking points for executive management like CFO and CEO for earnings calls with the investment community and investment road shows. In other words, my team usually gave them questions and answers to be prepared to address and make decisions on any questions they get and to tell a story.

      I often would have monthly meetings with CFO or CEO and prepare and present presentations with graphics since senior management loves these summarized PowerPoint slide decks packed with info. I traveled with certain execs and Vice Presidents to events to support them in their capacity, and I got to ride on some really cool executive luxury jets too which I admit beats commercial flying.

      Is that enough for you? Do I need to provide references? You offering me a job? I don’t work for less than $250K+ annually unless it’s a really interesting opportunity. Otherwise, I’ll stay home and take care of my fish and dog. TYVM!!!

    1239. Paul says:

      Justin Jones and Justin Pearson stand for a lot more than Jason fraud will ever stand for. Jason stands with a deranged fücking criminal Trump.

    1240. Robbie says:

      Donald J. Trump

      Slovenly and pathetic Bill Barr, our COWARD former A.G., was on ABC FAKE NEWS this weekend making statements that he knows nothing about (he was long since gone from the White House, I wanted him out!) concerning the BOXES HOAX, a continuation of RUSSIA, RUSSIA, RUSSIA, UKRAINE, UKRAINE, UKRAINE, the Mueller Witch Hunt, & more. While he correctly puts down the N.Y.D.A. case, he plays up the equally ridiculous BOXES HOAX, where Biden should have the problem, not me. Barr is a weak & angry RINO!

      – Who hired Bill Barr? Oh, that’s right. It was conman Donnie Trump.

      If the twice impeached loser only hires the best people, why did Donnie hire Barr if he’s a RINO?

      I anxiously await Jason fraud, Phil, Tgca, and Tinfoil to tell me how Trump actually shouldn’t be held accountable for the people Trump hired to work for him.

    1241. Tgca says:

      I abhor beer. It’s disgusting. Not tasty like green tea. If I did drink beer back in the day when I did drink the Devil’s brew, it was a Corona with lime. The problem with me and beer is for every beer I drink, I must use the restroom like 2 times.

      I also don’t drink cissy drinks like wine. I find most wine bland and very drying on the mouth. Red wine is the worst.

      My drink of choice was bourbon. That’s what real men drink!

      Got it GIRLFRIEND! *SNAP*

    1242. Paul says:

      Republicans are not sending us their best.

    1243. jason says:

      Paul says:
      April 10, 2023 at 11:00 am

      Republicans are not sending us their best.”

      I don’t there was any Republican actually worse than Joe Biden.

    1244. Paul says:

      That’s because Jason only supports criminals.

    1245. Tgca says:


      Didn’t George H. Bush pardon convicted felons and Weinberger before he could testify and implicate Bush in illegal corruption and law-breaking.

      How soon Wobbie forgets the criminal activity the Bush clan was involved in.

      Today Bush senior would’ve been impeached and have the DOJ on his trail.

    1246. jason says:

      I anxiously await Jason fraud, Phil, Tgca, and Tinfoil to tell me how Trump actually shouldn’t be held accountable for the people Trump hired to work for him.”


      He absolutely should be held accountable. Nobody was more critical of his moronic Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross.

      And he has had appointments worse than Barr. Sessions to begin with. John Bolton.

      But are his appointments on average any worse than previous Presidents or worse than your man Biden’s picks?

      Amoral Scumbag whines about Barr, but gives Buttigieg and Mayorkas a pass.

    1247. Robbie says:


      Republicans are going to have to decide whether they prefer seething on internet platforms or winning elections. Democrats are betting it’s the former.

      – The majority of the longtime commenters at HHR have decided that seething on internet platforms is more important than winning.

    1248. Tgca says:

      1279. Paulie

      Even the worst Republicans are often better than the best Dems so what’s your point?

    1249. jason says:

      Paul says:
      April 10, 2023 at 11:03 am

      That’s because Jason only supports criminals.”

      Points before lunch.

      Suck it, Bitter.

    1250. Robbie says:

      Tgca says:
      April 10, 2023 at 11:06 am

      Didn’t George H. Bush pardon convicted felons and Weinberger before he could testify and implicate Bush in illegal corruption and law-breaking.

      How soon Wobbie forgets the criminal activity the Bush clan was involved in.

      – You’re a f3cking idiot and always have been. Bunu offered far more to the conversation than you ever have.

    1251. Tgca says:


      Is that why you are routinely ranting and raving with posts on the internet Wobbie?

    1252. Tgca says:


      See 1288 please.

    1253. jason says:

      is more important than winning”


      We all know Amoral Scumbag is very interested in winning.

      We knew he was interested in winning when he endorsed a corrupt communist druggie like Andrew Gillum against the man he called a “total bum, clown and Trump clone”.

    1254. jason says:

      Amoral Scumbag supported Obama twice, Hillary and Biden.

      But he wants Republicans to win.

      You gotta love it here.

    1255. Tgca says:

      Wobbie gets all wide-eyed, red in the face, snorting, and seething teeth when you insult a Bushie.

      I heard Jeb Bush has a little d*ck too Wobbie. Maybe that’s why he dropped out in 2016.

    1256. Robbie says:

      jason says:
      April 10, 2023 at 11:07 am
      Amoral Scumbag whines about Barr, but gives Buttigieg and Mayorkas a pass.

      – Watching you lose brainpower due to your Trump worship has been funny to watch.

      I wasn’t whining about Barr, you moron. I was mocking your hero Trump. You and the rest of toads in this forum claim he only hires the best people, yet Trump is always whining about the people he hired.

      Hello, he hired them! It’s not the people Trump hired. It’s your boy conman Donnie who is the problem.

      And what I love more than anything else is the moment Trump loses to Biden in 2024, you, Phil, Tgca, and Tinfoil will say we need to nominate Trump again in 2028.

      And trust me. Trump will run again in 2028. He’s grifter of the highest order. People like you are easy marks and he’s never going to stop trying to take your money from you.

    1257. jason says:

      Tgca says:
      April 10, 2023 at 11:09 am


      Is that why you are routinely ranting and raving with posts on the internet Wobbie?”

      Good point.

      Doesn’t “seething on internet platforms” for years because Jeb! was a pathetic candidate and thousands of anti-Trump posts perfectly describe Amoral Scumbag?

    1258. jason says:

      You and the rest of toads in this forum claim he only hires the best people,”

      Nobody ever said that here.

      If anything, there has always been a lot of criticism about Trump hires.

      I certainly have been critical of many of them.


    1259. jason says:

      you, Phil, Tgca, and Tinfoil will say we need to nominate Trump again in 2028.”

      I have endorsed the Golden Calf for the nomination.

      I will vote for either him or Trump for President in the GE.

      You wouldn’t vote for either one of them.

      You will vote for Biden like you did in 2020.

      So spare us the BS.

    1260. Robbie says:

      The Associated Press

      Democratic Sen. Bob Casey says he’ll seek a fourth term, bringing unmatched name r