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December 21, 2016

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jimmyk

First!

buccaneer morgan

Nee.

Sandy Daze

MAGA

Honk4TRUMP

henry

I think Obama is going to Okie Doke himself.

buccaneer morgan

Who would have thought booing law enforcement and active military would backfire so did spiking the ball in havana.?

buccaneer morgan

That was the cconvention. But that last round with red queen wile e would salute hanging over a cliff.

jimmyk

No one ever went broke underestimating the intelligence of the Democratic leadership?

Wait, I thought the Republicans were the Party of Stoopid, and the Democrats were the win at all costs supreme strategists. Did I wake up in an alternate universe?

The reality is that success brings complacence--something the Rs would do well to remember.

buccaneer morgan

Effendi amri was arrested their times and let go.

Bow putting a cop killer's lawyer on the civil rights commission. Subtlr

buccaneer morgan

That would be vei times right?

Marlene

The Maine propane guy fits the topic of this thread...stupid Democrats. Michael Turner's licenses to deliver and dispense LP gas each expired in 2012 and 2014 respectively. OOPS!
The Maine Fuel Board "discovered" that the licenses had expired after Turner made an ass of himself. He said he had "no idea" the licenses had expired. He's the victim now,
because he has received such negative response. He said he proved his point and said "these people are as violent and disgusting as their leader." He'd like to thank everyone who supported him and to all the haters,Merry Christmas!
Sad. *snort*

jimmyk

That would be vei times right?

Drei, maybe? Or vier?

Miss Marple the Deplorable

https://ricochet.com/397988/report-from-a-corner-of-flyover-country/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

buccaneer morgan

So abu walaa the jayvee recruiter who was in regents park two years ago, had his own app.

I was specifically referencing to the manhunt jimmy

the generallyistic deplorable rich

Posted by: buccaneer morgan | December 21, 2016 at 12:04 PM

does it seem those truck attacks are building to something bigger ... one that is loaded with a bomb in the back, detonated as responders tend to the victims along the route.

diversity is strength ...

henry

rich... or a convoy through the rose bowl parade. lots of ways to create general havock

dublindave

I hate to be the Troll here but Hillary Clinton did win the popular vote(also known as 'the vote') by just under three million.


That's three million more people casting a vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump.


Add that to the Russian's helping to throw even more votes Trumps way in return for favors once in office.....I'd actually start looking in the mirror, Mr. Maguire.

Jesus, Tom, you're an American...try and fucking act like one.

buccaneer morgan

That is sadly the pattern, rich.

Staying on, putting the taliban loving pop of the pulse slayer, is that four coyotes or three?

JM Hanes

Miss Marple:

From the previous thread: "So they HAD to take [Hillary], but it amazes me that no one really noticed that she wasn't actually campaigning much at all."

Since her numbers almost always nose dived after she appeared in public, I think they considered that a feature not a bug. It was not just Hillary, though. Hiding out in their bunkers, hoping nobody would notice them, has been the basic Dem game plan since they lost control of Congress in 2010.

Loved Politico's lobbying roadmap to influencing Trump: "Republican lobbyists and CEOs have already found ways to sway the president elect." This sounds like the last gasp of the "ignorant , impressionable, Trump" narrative, and try as he might, even the author can't make it work.

Shorter version:

1. "Trump is swayed by stature." He doesn't listen to lobbyists, per se. He listens to people who have actually accomplished something in the real world.

2. "Trump is most comfortable among fellow business leaders." Don't send in flunkies. Send him the guys in charge.

3. "There is no competing with family." For the first time evah in Washington, eh?

4. "Embrace the chaos." Trump isn't wrapped in a bubble, jealously guarded by the usual partisan gatekeepers. He delegates actual power to subordinates, who don't work or think in lockstep.

5. "Mike Pence is the outsider’s insider." He's got no ties to K St., but if you're a conservative, he's your guy.


This all sounds pretty healthy to me! I have to laugh, when I hear this kind of complaint: "Democrats are calling Trump’s embrace of billionaires, donors and corporate titans — especially for Cabinet positions — a betrayal of his populist campaign promises." These are the same Goldman Sachs Democrats who can't even figure out how Trump got elected, right? The folks who can't tell the difference between grass roots and astro-turf think they understand actual populism? Personally, I don't mind seeing people who made their fortunes before their government appointments, instead of during and after their service, for a change.

Jack is Back!

Drei & Vier is Three and four in Dutch and German.

In Irish it's a pint for you, me and your friend in the mirror.

jimmyk

More fake news:

http://www.mediaite.com/online/report-passengers-on-delta-flight-disputing-adam-salehs-story-about-phone-call/

jimmyk

Drei & Vier is Three and four in Dutch and German.

Also Austrian.

buccaneer morgan

This is much if the carp one had to drudge through in those emails they traded politico links like willy wonka tickets.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

JM Hanes.

To understand Trump, all they have to do is read his damn books.

But apparently that's too hard.

buccaneer morgan

Thanks for the clarification.

buccaneer morgan

Also if you're going to tout someone as a Spanish speaker, 1) make sure you can operate heavy machinery 2) that he knows proper grammar.

JM Hanes

DuDa:

"That's three million more people casting a vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump."

Yep, the Dems got outsmarted yet again. You'd think they'd have figured out that we live in an American republic by now, wouldn't you? You'd think the party that's supposed to be all about protecting the rights of minorities from the tyranny of the majority would not be so enamored of direct democracy or need to have to have the whole raison d'etre of the electoral college explained to them -- over and over and over. But no.

Jack is Back!

JimmyK :)

I have never watched The Apprentice but saw a clip or two during the election campaign. Did he ever do more than make the assignments then listen to the teams on their performance and then issue the firing?

Did he explain on TV the rationale behind the assignment and how he would tackle it then offer his analysis of the various performances?

But when you look at his cabinet, there aren't any I can see who need direction, just the Trump position on the issue at hand, whether immigration, jobs, trade, energy, security, etc. Everyone on that team is a leader and doer. They also know how to substitute opportunity for plans.

Big difference quality of the team.

buccaneer morgan

Fifth coyote has got to be zaphods self preferential eulogy in Dallas, they had acme premium membership?

dublindave

DuDa:
"That's three million more people casting a vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump."

"You'd think the party that's supposed to be all about protecting the rights of minorities from the tyranny of the majority..."


I'm more concerned about the tyranny of the minority, JM hanes. Doesn't it bother you that the vote of a man in California is worth 20 times less than the vote of a man in Wyoming? Shouldn't every vote carry equal weight in a representative democracy?


I know this bugs you because unfairness, in any capacity, is wrong. Who advocates for unfairness who isn't a complete asshole?

henry

Doesn't it bother you that the vote of an hombre illegale in California is worth the same as the vote of a man in Wyoming?

fify

jimmyk

Shouldn't every vote carry equal weight in a representative democracy?

We already have a Senate that is enshrined in the Constitution. Evidently the notion "every vote carry equal weight" is not all that dumbass davey thinks it is.

dublindave

Since when did one man one vote become one man 20 votes?

Buford Gooch

Why do y'all bother with DuDa? He is trolling, pure and simple. If you want to let him hijack threads, more power to you, though.

Cecil Turner

Yet another Euroweenie trying to tell us how to run our country (and in this case, change our Constitution). Right. Thanks for coming out.

lyle

I saw this on the sidebar to jimmyk's 12:20:

http://www.mediaite.com/online/kerry-it-was-hard-to-bite-my-tongue-during-the-election/

Note: horses have awfully big tongues...

buccaneer morgan

He was on a fieldtrip to chucky cheese, when they covered that Lesson.

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

Dems are just mad that Trump cleverly hired ex communist Putin to put him over the top and he did while the Dem's domestic house communists of the MFM and rent-a-mob crowd couldn't push Hill's fat ass up and over an ant hill, which coincidentally is exactly where her fat ass belongs; right square atop a fire ant nest.

dublindave

"Why do y'all bother with DuDa? He is trolling, pure and simple. If you want to let him hijack threads, more power to you, though"


If you're ill equipped to answer my questions then allow some of the others to. Either way, you're not invited to the grown up table, Buford.


Don't you have some bacci to be a chewing on?

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

So Madison, Jay, Hamilton et al are assholes.
Yeah I'd say that's par for the prog course.

buccaneer morgan

That's about the size of it, podesta got wedgied by a level two programmer and we're supposed to care.

dublindave

"Dems are just mad that Trump cleverly hired ex communist Putin to put him over the top...."


You're having a hard time with your betrayal of the United States, aren't you ignatious?


That just means you're a good man who got caught up in political tribalism. You're not the first person to find himself fighting for a cause that goes against every one of his core beliefs.


buccaneer morgan

Harold macmillan said it best 'events dear boy'

Jack is Back!

He isn't the only Euroweenie to not understand our Constitutional Republic and for which it stands. I am going over to Belgium to face the same ignorant crowd. Hard for those served by parliamentarian socialist forms of government to understad that 1) we are not a democracy and 2) what a constitutional republic looks like.

I think this is the 4th or 5th time we have an election where the winner of the popular vote didn't win the electoral vote (as if it mattered). The most famous was Andrew Jackson in 1824 where it went to congress and JQ Adams snuck in. [The Kasich wishful thinking strategy].

If you think Calculus or Differential Equations are tough, try history.

buccaneer morgan

Now some one reading the daily fishwrap would never understand this

buccaneer morgan

The village idiot mcfaul, they sent to Russia. A dimmer bulb hasn't been seen since Jo Davis, also had comprehension problems.

lyle

If someone has mentioned this, apologies for eliding it, but Clenis never won a majority of the popular vote in either election. Ergo, doesn't that mean his two terms were illegitimate per drunken pissants like duda?

Cecil Turner

Nah, the system he's used to is all about pluralities. Probably feel right at home.

pagar, a bacon, ham and sausage supporter

"Kerry it was hard"

I don't remember him saying that in the 70's when he was over in Paris helping the Viet Cong with their Peace Talks against the USA.

pagar, a bacon, ham and sausage supporter

No report on what the driver said.

http://www.thepoliticalinsider.com/minivan-plows-farmers-market-beijing/?utm_source=SailThru%26utm_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=TPI%20Newsletter%2012-21-16%20Curated/Horizon%20Tier%201&utm_term=Tier%201%20Real

lyle

Insty links this:

http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2016/12/just-disagree-someone-doesnt-make-fascist/

I'm linking only because of this bit:

The worst thing about 2016 — an otherwise bracing year of political upset and oligarchical tears — has been the mainstreaming of the insult ‘fascist’. Anyone who sticks it to the status quo, whether by rejecting the EU or plumbing for Trump over Clinton, risks being smeared with the F-word. Even the normally measured New York Times flirted with the idea that loads of Americans and Europeans might be fascists, or at least facilitators of fascism. Trump’s victory speaks to a possible ‘revival of fascism’, it said, echoing the fears of an army of observers and tweeters who see in Brexit and Trump the stirrings of a kind of Nazism.

I guess the Slimes might actually be "measured" compared to the EUnuch rags...

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

Here's an example of how dishonest a little turd Weedavey is.
He told me to check out Alan Blinder's updated 2015 study on why the economy does better under Democrats a d assured us this was what Hillary was depending on when she made her claims.
Well I did check it out and even so biased a place as Factcheck noted of the updated study; But the authors of that report do not credit Democratic fiscal policies for the economic growth.
I guess we should expect the defender of a pathological liar to be one himself.

Considering the long lag in the effects of economic policy prescriptions I suspect jimmyk is most nearly correct that generally Reps clean up Dem messes and Dems benefit from sound Rep policies.

buccaneer morgan

Bow that alaskan dispatch report, the byline is from a former? Politico reporter, looks like they discontinued zuckerberg

lyle

Oh, boo freaking hoo:

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/12/donald-trump-congress-republicans-232800

Lawmakers are loath to say anything remotely critical, fearful they might set off the president-elect or his horde of enforcers.

Before clicking, guess which member of the GOPe is featured. One hint: it's a Senator.

buccaneer morgan

I'm guessing even Al guardian is more measured than Carlos slims by a narrow margin. Take miss Davenport who filed the ocs story. She noted everything from her trapper keeper.

Stephanie despicable me

"If someone has mentioned this, apologies for eliding it, but Clenis never won a majority of the popular vote in either election. Ergo, doesn't that mean his two terms were illegitimate per drunken pissants like duda?"

Wouldn't that be similar to the situation in some states where if a judge or some other official actually has a vote on whether to retain him? IOW a vote "no" means he is out of office and a new campaign with new nominees is called; otherwise, if he carries, he remains with no campaigning necessary.

Under the 'democratic' suggestions of the dems, the Clinton scenario should require a revote.. a majority of the votes voted NOT to seat him, did they not? So it follows that a new election would be called ad nauseum; because, it isn't a binary election process - as much as the two major parties wish it were so, and it is unlikely that either of the binary choices will get a 'majority' voting for them.

Some monkey wrench... the current officeholder would just coincidentally have to remain in office until a candidate 1) secures the popular vote by both garnering the largest total of votes and 2) not having the votes of 'all others' exceed their "largest" total.

henry

Lyle... thy feature two House members

lyle

Whoops, my bad. I should have looked closer. It's not Jeff Flake but Mark Sanford.

"Nobody wants to go first," said Rep. Mark Sanford (R-S.C.), who received nasty phone calls, letters and tweets after he penned an August op-ed in The New York Times, calling on Trump to release his tax returns. "People are naturally reticent to be the first out of the block for fear of Sean Hannity, for fear of Breitbart, for fear of local folks."

An editor at Breitbart, formerly run by senior Trump adviser Steve Bannon, said that fear is well-founded.

“If any politician in either party veers from what the voters clearly voted for in a landslide election … we stand at the ready to call them out on it and hold them accountable,” the person said. (Trump won the Electoral College handily but lost the popular vote by 2 percentage points.)

Note that Politico The Dem Workers Daily couldn't resist that parenthetical last sentence.

buccaneer morgan

No Lyle its like biting into Crunchy frog expecting praline.

henry

Sanford got any new gf to run to Argentina with?

lyle

http://hotair.com/archives/2016/12/20/new-form-of-resistance-to-trump-presidency-never-referring-to-him-as-president/

Raving lunatic can't remember that the press did the same thing to W.

buccaneer morgan

Probably I'd be checking the Appalachian trail,

buccaneer morgan

Ah keefums, you think Katy tur got her gig on mere talent?

buccaneer morgan

Question, you think the chimps at CNN, don't know better than to focus on effendi amri or are they told to do so?

Miss Marple the Deplorable


PettyEddie
‏@eddiecabanas

I hope Donald Trump doesn't deport my illegal Dominican ex that lives at 584 Cannons Ln Louisville Kentucky Apt 4 (at the top of the stairs)

Theo

Dublin Dave's math is also bad. A vote in Wyoming has only three times the value (in terms of the Electoral College) than a vote in California, not 20 times.

This is actually a very small issue. If you were to reassign Electoral College votes strictly on population, Trump would have still won with 302 instead of 306 Electoral College votes.

The reason Trump won despite a 3 million popular vote margin is not the imbalance in the way EV are distributed. The reason is that there were 79 EVs in states where the margin between Rodham and Trump was less than one a half points and Trump won 75 of those.

He won because he won the close states. But the rules of the game were posted before play began and the Democrats were fully on notice of them.

By the way, if John Kerry had gotten 120,000 more votes in Ohio in 2004, W would have still beat him in the popular vote by 3 million votes, but Kerry would have been elected president by the Electoral College. I doubt DD would have complained about that.

lyle

http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2016/12/freakout-in-chappaqua.php

Thomas Mann of the Brookings Institution characterized this incident as another example of Trump abandoning the “unwritten rules, otherwise known as norms” that are supposed to govern presidential behavior. In response to the obvious fact that Clinton started the spat, Mann said that Clinton “didn’t go out and make a public statement; it was a conversation in a book store.” “Usually, you ignore that kind of thing,” he said.

I don’t think there is a “usually” here. When was the last time an ex-president publicly said that an incoming president doesn’t know much, other than how to be a demagogue?

[snip]

Bill Clinton’s egregious lack of class, including that displayed in the confines of the Oval Office, has been in plain view for decades too. Somehow, it gets overlooked or excused by establishment figures and the mainstream media.

As entertaining as they may be, let’s hope we are spared from future squabbles between the ex-president and the new one.

Good luck with that. I suspect we're about plumb the depths of classlessness with Precious out of office.

lyle

Lol, MM!

buccaneer morgan

Why they spent 1.2 billion! And lost. But trump is the idiot? This kiss hind so readily in so many countries, what do they have to show for it?

James D

I agree 10,000% with Buford Gooch @ 12:56

Beasts of England

Best tweet EVAH, Miss Marple!!

Kaiser Derden

ha ha ha ha ha ha ...

James D

Good luck with that. I suspect we're about plumb the depths of classlessness with Precious out of office.

I'd say that we already have plumbed those depths, but I am confident in Zero's ability to lower the bar still further, to depths currently undreamt of.

dublindave

"Well I did check it out and even so biased a place as Factcheck noted of the updated study; But the authors of that report do not credit Democratic fiscal policies for the economic growth"


Sigh. I never said Democratic economic policies directly impacted the economy.

Jesus.

I only said that every socio-economic group does financially better under Dem administrations. Project much?

dublindave

"Dublin Dave's math is also bad. A vote in Wyoming has only three times the value (in terms of the Electoral College) than a vote in California, not 20 times"


Well, it's actually around 3.8, but you're right, my number was way off.

It still makes a mockery of the one man one vote principle.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

lyle, Beasts,

I strive to bring you the finest stuff from the internet.

I personally like the conjunction between Donald Trump and PettyEddie in this weird new world we are in, particularly since PettyEddie is an Iraq war vet.

The streams have been crossed. You don't ever want to cross the streams!!

windansea

Revealed: Tunisian asylum seeker wanted for Berlin massacre was jailed for four years in Italy for burning down a school and arrested three times in Germany before police lost him

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4054140/How-German-police-bungled-hunt-Europe-s-wanted-man-Asylum-seeker-23-wrongly-blamed-Christmas-market-massacre-jumping-red-light.html#ixzz4TVIAfjo1
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WTF is up with German security forces? Merkle needs to go and someone needs to clean house.

Thomas Collins

The Dems are in a snit now about the EC because the big city blue states are now reliably Dem. When NY and California were up for grabs, big city types liked the EC, because a 110% turnout in the big cities could swing chunks of electoral votes. This is still the case in Pennsylvania and Michigan (Philly and Detroit), although it didn't work out this time. I don't think there will be enough support to move to popular vote, but if it happens, the GOP will pay a lot more attention to California and NY, and the Dems won't be able to amass the margins they did this year.

Old Lurker

TC "I don't think there will be enough support to move to popular vote, but if it happens, the GOP will pay a lot more attention to California and NY..."

If that day does ever come then there will not be silly things like "states", all the Blue Hell debts will have been nationalized, there will be no GOP, and the world will have ended anyway...so who cares?

henry

what 4th amendment. Govt email sweeps ignore the Constitution. Now that Trump is Pres Elect, the media and tech firms are scared and concerned by this. Treasonous bastards all.

The government should not be able to award itself unconstitutional power in secret proceedings.

glasater

As soon as CA withdraws/secedes from these United States the rest of the country won't have to worry about who got the popular vote or the virtues or lack regarding the Electoral College.

I will be first in line to hasten my southern neighbors departure.

Thomas Collins

If one takes into account California, Illinois, Massachusetts and Texas only, Clinton was up by over seven million votes (I included Texas on the theory that Trump made up some of the ground Clinton won in the other three states, so that Trump's domination of the rest of the country is even more clear). Clinton was ahead in the popular vore by almost 2.865 million votes. Thus, Trump won the rest of the country by over four million votes. I haven't yet figured out how much of Clinton's margins in Cal, NY and Mass were attributable to major city metropolitan areas, but I'm going to make a guess: When I do that, I am going to conclude that Clinton, as Warren or Sanders or Biden likely would have been, was really a niche candidate. Yes, the niche contains a lot of people (namely, big city metro types). But a large federal republic being governed by big city metro types is not, I think, a healthy state of affairs.

Thomas Collins

Well, then, OL, I hope you're keeping the ledge well maintained and well stocked.

By the way, speaking of well stocked, a gent at a bar said a Jameson shot with a pickle juice chaser was invigorating. Has anyone heard of this combination?

Thomas Collins

Didn't I hear that Washington and Oregon were also thinking of seceding, glasater? If that happens, I hope the new nation of Pacifica lets you access JOM!

Ignatz Ratzkywatzky

"I only said that every socio-economic group does financially better under Dem administrations."

That's another lie.
Come on Wee one, you're not even up to your own low standards.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Best Christmas gingerbread house ever:

Old Lurker

TC, YL1 & YL2 were overheard (by me) at a bar asking for a shot of something with a "pickle back", and I confess to having to ask what the hell that meant!

Rush was talking about, except for LA County and NYC metro, Trump would have won the popular vote. He also pointed us to two maps here:

http://www.vividmaps.com/2016/12/trumpland-and-clinton-archipelago.html

Miss Marple the Deplorable


wretchardthecat Retweeted
John Hudson ‏@John_Hudson 11m11 minutes ago

Peter Navarro, the most aggressive China hawk in Trump’s circle of advisers, just got appointed to lead WH Trade Council.

-------------------------

This is not a surprise. CHYNA!!! He's only been talking about it for a year and a half.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Old Lurker,

I intend to keep that Clinton Archipelago one on file to show certain people how marginalized they really are.

Old Lurker

That was a keeper, I agree, MM.

There are a lot of interesting maps at that site for those of us who like maps.

Old Lurker

Also, MM, it was interesting how little of Hillary's islands were oranges and yellows vs just green, compared to Trumplands which not only were for Trump, but solidly so.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2016/12/21/van-explodes-ramming-australian-christian-lobby-office-canberra/

Just a coincidence, I am sure.

clarice

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4055182/Final-tally-shows-Trump-lost-popular-vote-2-8-million-BEAT-Clinton-3-million-votes-outside-California-New-York.html

Rocco

The Pickleback shot

http://cocktails.about.com/od/whiskeyrecipes/a/pickleback_cocktail.htm

Old Lurker

That was it, Rocco!

Miss Marple the Deplorable

http://www.cnbc.com/2016/12/21/trump-to-meet-with-boeing-lockheed-martin-ceos-on-wednesday.html

After meeting, CEO says price will come down.

Winning and winning and winning.....

Bet you all forgot about that price tag on Air Force One. Trump didn't.

Thomas Collins

The Jameson makes sense, OL, but I'm not sure about the pickle juice. Perhaps I'll be daring and try it over the holidays and report back. Perhaps you'll need to add pickle juice to the ledge refrigerator!

lyle

http://www.wsj.com/articles/trumps-market-mandate-1482277129

The normally reasonable Holman Jenkins must be hanging out with Biff Stephens:

Donald Trump fans shouldn’t kid themselves—his victory was razor-thin. But the claim, therefore, that Trump would not have been elected but for the meddling of Vladimir Putin or the FBI’s on-again-off-again investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails tells you more about the speaker’s emotional opposition to the winner than his clearheadedness.

Start with ground truth: 2016 should have been a shoo-in year for a Republican based on historical and economic indicators, and yet Mr. Trump’s nomination by Republicans gave away their advantage and turned it into a shoo-in year for Mrs. Clinton.

She won the popular vote by 2.8 million. Evidence suggests a considerable number of Republican voters declined to vote for the top of the ticket. Though fewer people cast a vote for the House than cast a vote for president, it undoubtedly is significant that Republicans outpolled Democrats by three million in House races.

Does this guy get all his news from CNN or the NYT?

When looking cogently (rather than disingenuously) for a single factor to explain how Mrs. Clinton threw away the race, one consideration sticks out. Her most glaring failure concerned the most rock-solid part of her party’s base.

In Wayne County, home of Detroit, where voters are predominantly African-American, Mrs. Clinton collected 78,000 fewer votes than President Obama did in 2012.

But some 38K votes cast for Hilligual greater than the population of that county. Sheesh.

Thomas Collins

OK, Rocco, so I heard it correctly. I'll try it.

Jack is Back!

Well, that is all good, IMO, to have the Trumpian's holding even the most Conservative members of Congress's feet to the fire. After all, letting Skippy skate for 8 years without even putting on gloves, much less entering the ring, denudes all of the GOP. They have no expectation of playing nice from their own side.

It the struggle has to be visible and highlighted between siblings or near relatives politically then so be it. I think it is exactly what the Trumpian Empire expects of their new leader. They haven't had one since Reagan and probably most have forgot that there is strength out there and vocal at that.

jimmyk

it undoubtedly is significant that Republicans outpolled Democrats by three million in House races.

The significance is that where races were actually contested--the battleground states for president, and congressional districts and senate races (not counting the CA Senate race, which was D vs D), Republicans won decisively.

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