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Jack is Lightning⚡️

Howdy!

Jeff Dobbs

The apartment that Fritz and Susie had on Friendly is just a few blocks away from where I'll be playing pool today.

The route from my house to play pool today will basically be the reverse of the route they took before . . . well, it would be a spoiler violation to say what happened.

Threadkiller

Islamic State fighter trained by State Dept.: ‘We will come to your homes and we will kill you’


http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/may/30/islamic-state-fighter-trained-by-state-department-/

A big Rand of apPaulse for the State Department getting it right and sticking in the nutcase's face!

The Infamous Ignatz

Good God what a story.
I'm surprised they weren't elected to congress.

Cecil Turner

A big Rand of apPaulse for the State Department getting it right and sticking in the nutcase's face!

What does Paul have to say on the subject? Does he think we ought to leave them alone?

Threadkiller

Does he think we ought to leave them alone?

I think "leave them alone" was part of his Jane Fonda inspired War Resolution against IS.

No pictures of him humping a howitzer yet?


narciso

tadjikistan is proximate to Afghanistan, and near to Iran, they get the overflow, for those film minded buffs, they were the ones who nabbed Milbarge and Fitzhume, when they crossed over from the former,

narciso

from the other thread,

http://www.steynonline.com/6981/waterloo-sunset

Rand wasn't particularly aggressive at the time, with Operation Oddyssey, which suggests he doesn't know what he's talking about.

narciso

so Jib, how much research did Demille put into the party scene in the Hamptons, is it really like that,

Marlene

The creepy,evil child horror movie "The Bad Seed" is on TCM at 2pm. Perfect for a rainy afternoon.

sbw

Contrary to that Dept of State trained anti-social idiot, we don’t train to kill Muslims, we train to kill anti-social idiots.

Captain Hate

Here's a question I don't need answered because I assume "all of them":

http://www.mediaite.com/online/katie-couric-reportedly-wondered-who-diane-sawyer-blew-this-time-to-land-exclusive-interview/

sbw

Diane Sawyer . . .

too ... much ... information [sigh]

MarkO

The other day, in response to the idea that free speech is like poking a hornets nest, someone said, "When I find a hornets nest, I destroy it."

Too simple, too facile, too, too.


I know I must be missing something, but why don't we just go where the terrorists are and kill them? Isn't that how it is supposed to work?

I don't like hiding in my closet and being assaulted by TSA.

narciso

I glanced through that book, it is not sufficiently vicious on those harpies, and if follows the preferred template on the Huntress,

Manuel Transmission

Re the attributes of a good presidential candidate, I have pondered for a long time about the underlying effect of GUILT. What I mean is that if you look at almost anyone who becomes wealthy by means of some quirk of their circumstances: born rich, movie star, rock star, Bill Gates, you generally get a bleeding heart liberal.

On the GOP side, it is less common, but it always bugged me about Mitt. Maybe it is his serious faith, but his political actions, as opposed to his business actions, had too much compassion by way of the gummint fixing things.

In that context, Carly and Walker show no hint of that hangup. Rand and Marco maybe the worst. The rest to me seem like typical opportunists out hustling.

My 2 cents.

narciso

this is a pattern common to the Bush, the Rockefellers, Scrantons, and throw in the Chaffee's

daddy

Good Morning!

Here's the top rated comment at

Drudge's linked story to John Kerry breaking his leg falling off his bike:

Kerry will now receive a purple heart,medal of courage,bronze star,silver star and an eagle scout badge.
paul allen, lakeland, United States, 5 hours ago

narciso

looks like Ozone from the Incredibles,

Miss Marple

Manual Transmission,

I do not like political people who work out their salvation through government action. Some are overt (Huckabee, Pence, Santorum) and some are more subtle (Bush, Romney).

The workings of government should be fair, easily understood, efficient, and as least meddling as possible.

Captain Hate

On the GOP side, it is less common, but it always bugged me about Mitt. Maybe it is his serious faith, but his political actions, as opposed to his business actions, had too much compassion by way of the gummint fixing things.

To Jane's credit, she was constantly pointing out what a nightmare Romneycare was regarding her premiums and coverage. Just a wonderful GOPe candidate to negate a strategic advantage. Nobody would believe such ineptitude in a work of fiction.

Buckeye

JiB

While in Boston consider a trip to Adams National Historical Park. Home of John Adams and birthplace of John Quincy. Very good collection of Revolutionary War artifacts and other period items.

Easy to get there on the Red line toward Braintree. Station just a block or so away.

clarice

Narciso:" Bush, the Rockefellers, Scrantons, and throw in the Chaffee's" Add the Kennedys, of course.--Because they all got undeserved privileges they try to make it up with other people's money? They assume everyone else who's successful got it the same way? They want to make sure no one is gaining on them by hurting the chances of those slightly below them on the ladder.

narciso

sorry, that would be syndrome:

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

daddy

On the Panel, Brit Hume pushes back against another panelist (Neera Tanden---Center For American Progress) about the Dennis Hastert prosecution: Verbatim

Neera Tanden: I don't want to generalize about the (political) parties on this issue. No one takes pleasure in this. I mean I think some people are concerned about the moralizing that takes place in politics that makes people seem hypocritical. It's a tragedy, we should get to the bottom of it.

Brit: This is a peculiar prosecution. The alleged offense here is under a Law that was designed to capture racketeering, drug money and so forth. That's obviously not in play here. There's evidently a Blackmailer, an Extortionist. No indication yet, and all indications seem to be that no charges will be brought against this person that was Blackmailing the former Speaker. So what we have here is some money transfers, which are supposed to be the crime, but it's a use of the Law in a most unusual way. You have to ask this question: "Were they investigating the crime or were they investigating the former Speaker?"

Neera Obviously there was a deep crime that passed the Statute of Limitations, so thats why they're probably looking at this.

Brit: Obviously? Nothing is obvious at this stage. It's not even formally alleged. Obviously.

Neera: The issue of Statute of Limitations...if it's the case that there was abuse, and it's past the Statute of Limitations, but he lied to cover it up, are you saying that they shouldn't prosecute that? There shouldn't e any look at that at all?

Brit: No. I'm not saying that. What I'm saying is that the underlying crime thats being alleged here does not seem to be about that. What about the Extortion? Are you saying Extortion should go unpunished as well?

Neera: No. I said we should look at all of it. But you were saying...

Brit: We're not. What I'm saying is we're not looking at all of it.

Neera; Well we don't know what they're looking at.

Chris Wallace: Allright. I'm going to call an audible here.

Off the top, I don't recall mild mannered Brit getting so wired up on the panel.

narciso

seems just like the Ryan and Hull trawling exercise prior to the 2004 senate race,

Jack is Lightning⚡️

narciso,

He doesn't have a house in the Hamptons but is a frequent visitor to OPH (other people's homes). Pretty strong party scene in Southampton but mostly the "blue blood" crowd for fund raisers, weddings, etc. Not crazy crack fueled ones like you may get at some other venues there.

We're going to a big Jazz benefit for Bridgehampton Childcare center on June 18 and it will just be a bunch of people in ugly shoes looking for the photog from Dan's Paper to bring back to the office in Manhattan on Monday.

MarkO

Good for Brit. Someone in media recognized the abuse of prosecution used for what someone thinks is a good thing.

If he abused someone, bring that case, don't charge him with withdrawing his own money and then leak the other story.

Whoever leaked it, even if true, should go to jail.

narciso

as Lileks would say, 'we lost the war, didn't we'

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/05/az-mohammad-cartoon-contest-organizer-forced-to-sell-home-go-into-hiding/

daddy

Separated at Birth (hat Tip Narciso) [Kerry and Syndrome from the Incredibles ---great flick BTW]

Old Lurker

Still waiting for my horse, Jane. I can have you extradited from FL if necessary.

daddy

More Brit vs Neera fireworks on the Panel.

NSA Surveillance:

Neera: We are where we are in part because of the Expiration of this (The NSA Freedom Act) because the Senate didn't pass the Bill, didn't really take up the issue in time, so I think the challenge here is we did get this bipartisan vote, but Mitch McConnell hasn't wanted to take up the USA Freedom Act, he's capitulating at the last minute because he faces a deadline.

Wallace: In fairness, he was working on the President's Trade Authority.

Neera: Sure, but he could have taken the paper that the President read for The patriot Ace Extension a year ago. He could have taken it up 2 months ago. We have a Republican Congress that is battling each other on passing The Patriot Act. There's a big question of why we're facing that.

Wallace:...What strikes me is how tepid he (Obama) has been in support of this. Is his heart really in for pushing for an extension of this program, because he's long expressed doubts about it?

Brit: It's hard for the President to put on his big boy pants and deal with National Security.

Neera: No, it's not. What is that@#$. (Takes offense and starts babbling.)

Brit counterattacks, but my tape ran out, just when it was getting good. Sorry.

clarice

I can't thank people like CH, Jane and Daddy for watching this TV stuff and telling me about it. Helps me preserve my sweet nature.

ditto    ن
I can't thank people like CH, Jane and Daddy for watching this TV stuff and telling me about it. Helps me preserve my sweet nature.
Old Lurker

Me too, Clarice. But I'm so thin skinned, even reading their summaries make my blood pressure go up.

clarice

*I can't thank ENOUGH people like...*

rich@gmu

afternoon all.

liked the Pieces Clarice and Mr. Clarice's suggestion!

Stephanie

Speaking of horses and John Kerry.

Don't they shoot horses that break their legs?

daddy

Dinosaurs being closer to birds than mammals, wouldn't they just have a single excretory outlet, a cloaca if you will meaning that they wouldn't piss at all?

Posted by: Peter |

Peter,

That fascinating topic first caught my eye in a blurb in Science news about 15 years ago. They had found some huge bath-tub sized petrified depression in the desert and were trying to figure out what made it, and ultimately came to the conclusion that it was created by a dinosaur "pissing like a race horse."

Here's a story that covers it: Nat Geo: The Surprising Science of Dinosaur Pee

At a 2002 meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Katherine McCarville and Gale Bishop reported on a strange “bathtub-shaped depression” among dozens of dinosaur tracks just south of La Junta, Colorado. The scour, set in the 150 million year old stone of a long-lost lakeshore, measures approximately ten feet long, five feet wide, and ten inches deep. The shape is similar to splats McCarville and Bishop created by streaming water onto sand.

There was no sign of rock overhangs or other structures that could have spilled water onto the ground at the fossil site. The only sources for an elevated stream of fluid, McCarville and Bishop pointed out, were sauropods like Apatosaurus and theropods such as Allosaurus that criss-crossed the shore. The shallow pit could have held the liquid waste of a dinosaur.

Exactly what species of dinosaur created the trace is impossible to say, but, McCarville and Bishop suggested, “The volume of fluid required to form a scour structure as large as the one in question suggests it may represent the expulsion of liquid urine from one of the sauropod dinosaurs crossing the track site.”

sbw

why don't we just go where the terrorists are and kill them?

To do that so we don't shred society we have to defeat the moral relativism that believes any culture is worthwhile. American multiculturalism is anti-society.

Then it becomes obvious why every civil culture should pursue and kill them.

rich@gmu

"It's hard for the President to put on his big boy pants and deal with National Security."

Brit Hume really said that or is that a paraphrase?

Yikes.

Jim Miller

daddy - You, and everyone else who wishes Alaska well, may want to look at Dan Sullivan's op-ed in today's Seattle Times.

I just glanced through it over lunch I haven't had time to study it, but I liked what I saw.

daddy

On the John Kerry "breaking a leg" thing while biking, interesting to consider the carbon footprint of this creep, blocking traffic in the Alps, and having a huge motorcade of cars and motorcycles and ultimately a Helicopter to transport him to a hospital for surgery.


Makes Instsy's point that he'll start taking Global Warming seriously when these bozo's always yammering on about AGW finally act as if they take it seriously themselves.

daddy

Brit Hume really said that

Verbatim, Rich.

"I's hard for the President to put on his big boy pants and deal with National Security."

George Will and the other gal laughed, Neera fired back immediately, and it was apparent to me that Brit was purposefully saying it to go against Neera's comments, that it was all the fault of the Republicans and that Obama is wonderful.

rich@gmu

wow.

Jack is Lightning⚡️

As admirable as that Sullivan Op-Ed is, it will fall on stone ears. Progs don't listen to reasoned arguments. They want the emotiion of handwringing over reaction to nascent concerns. Plus its a "capital risk" not some government handout.

I wish Shell would pull a Chevron and sue them.

daddy

Hear, Hear, Senator Sullivan!

Thanks for that excellent link, Jim Miller.

Kudlow scared me yesterday in that on a long segment dealing with the revolution in technology allowing Fracking, one of his tech-energy analysts was positive the price of Oil would be going down towards the $20 a barrel range in future. If so, we are in deep kimshee up here, as already with the price per barrel dropping from $100 to $50 a barrel, we are looking at a 2 Billion dollar deficit in our State Budget this year.

We are sitting on approximately $70 billion in our States PFD fund, and the Legislature this year is finagling to use 2 Billion of that to cover our State spending shortfall that has gone out of whack the last 2 decades under both Repub's and Dem's. The paper reported that we actually lost population up here last year, (first time in forever) and if we don't find some way to bring in new revenue via the effective exploitation of our mineral wealth, that PFD Fund will diminish rapidly and we will become as broke as your California's and your Detroit's in the not far distant future.

So all that said, great to read that letter from Dan Sullivan. Thanks.

Dave (in MA)


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Jack is Lightning⚡️

I never knew that Rahm Emmanuel was an advisor to the Greek government.

Will Natural Gas Cooperation with Russia Save the Greek Economy?

IOW's, "Never let a crisis go to waste". Putin channels Rahm or is the other way around?

http://www.bruegel.org/nc/blog/detail/article/1609-will-natural-gas-cooperation-with-russia-save-the-greek-economy/?utm_content=buffer518a8&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer+(bruegel)

rich@gmu

up until the point Putin alters the deal.

daddy

If anyone cares, here's the latest on our Alaska State Budget woes, and the inability of our 2 semi-Repub controlled bodies (the House and the Senate) to work out a budget:

House bipartisan budget deal appears to be dead on arrival in the Senate

A budget deal painstakingly negotiated in the Alaska House dropped dead on arrival in the Senate on Saturday, raising doubts about the Legislature’s ability to finish its business before layoff notices are mailed to 10,000 state workers Monday...

Lawmakers are proposing to slice hundreds of millions of dollars from Alaska’s annual budget this year, with the state facing a multibillion-dollar deficit stemming from a crash in the price of oil. Taxes and royalties from oil make up the majority of state revenue.

Dave (in MA)
I can't thank people like CH, Jane and Daddy for watching this TV stuff and telling me about it. Helps me preserve my sweet nature.
I guess that's why I'm such a sweetie-pie, too, because I haven't watched this crap for years.
Jack is Lightning⚡️

Rich,

Unless the Greeks change government, he will end up owning them lock, stock and olive oil barrell.

Jane

Clarice,

Can you send me your phone number via email or facebook so I can call in case I make it to DC tomorrow. I suspect I'll end up in the tail end of VA - not the whole way, but I'd love to see you if for some reason I can push on thru.

peter

thanks, daddy @ 3:54; maybe it was a micturasaurus that left that ravine.

rich@gmu

Jack-

probably so, but would think Putin's repo teams would need to rest up a bit.

daddy

On the Kerry "break a leg" bike riding thing.

Worth taking a moment to think about how much of a Carbon footprint he created riding bikes in the Alps, due to his motorized entourage, his blocking off of traffic in the Alpine villages he went through, and the ultimate cost in having to be rescued by a helicopter.

As Insty always reminds us, "I'll start taking Global warming seriously when these bozo's who are always preaching AGW start acting as if they believed it themselves."

clarice

Sure, Jane. I will be out from 3 p.m. to about 5. If you wish you can join us for dinner, You can even spend the night,

daddy

Test since I keep losing this post:

Miss Marple

http://www.youngcons.com/waiters-in-california-will-now-be-paying-for-minimum-wage-hike-with-their-own-tips/

daddy

I post the above Kerry "Bike-riding" photo to show what sort of motorized entourage this creep has with him when he goes biking thru the Alps and blocks traffic in small towns etc.

It's worth thinking about his Carbon Footprint, when he's got these mortised followed, makes traffic in towns sit in idle as he passes thru, and ultimately has to have a helicopter come rescue him.

As Insty always tells us, "I'll start taking Global swarming seriously when these bozo's who are always preaching AGW to us start acting like they believe what they're saying."

Jack is Lightning⚡️

MM,

Welcome to Europe. Except there they don't publicize the gratuity as part of the bill. That is why American's get better service in Europe. Those waiers want the tip that is already included. Most American's don't know that and oblige.

rich@gmu

and a Stanley Cup finals in Florida ... (but I was living in Miami when the Panthers made the finals so there you go ... it must be global warming or something).

James D.

SO I've spent most of the day trying to remove an infestation of spam and malware on my website.

And all I have to say is, despite my general feelings on civil liberties, I wholeheartedly support two-AM SWAT Team raids on the homes of the spammers. I support them being detained indefinitely without trial. I support them being waterboarded. I support them being sent via extraordinary rendition to third-world crapholes that regularly practice extreme torture methods. I support drone strikes without any due process on their family, friends and coworkers.

I'm just saying...

(I think/hope I finally fixed the problem, though, until they come up with some other way to infect my site.)

Jack is Lightning⚡️

daddy,

Isn't there a Federal law against our highest officials from making commerical advertisements? Garmins stock must have falling through the floor at that photo.

daddy

thanks, daddy @ 3:54; maybe it was a micturasaurus that left that ravine.

Reminds me of Danube's great story about him and his cousin at 8 years of age doing an experiment to see that if they drank water while peeing, if the pee would continue constantly as long as they kept guzzle' water:)

I miss DoT:(

rich@gmu

baseball in Florida I can see and basketball and football and metric football ... just something about hockey I can't quite see. But they have 2 NHL teams so what do I know.

daddy

Grrrrr

when he's got these motorized escorts following him...

Jack is Lightning⚡️

Rich,

Daytona has a youth hockey league as does most major Florida cities.

Lightning won the Cup in 2004. Now we need another one.

daddy, Where are you staying in Hanover?

jimmyk

Doesn't the CA $15 minimum wage already have a lower rate for waiters and other workers that get tips? The federal minimum does. If CA didn't include that, they're even stupider than I thought.

daddy

Even stupider:

Look on the side of that road and tell me if that doesn't look like a Bike riding lane.

clarice

I'm sure all that spandex the fop wears kept the bones together when he fell.

daddy

Isn't there a Federal law against our highest officials from making commerical advertisements? Garmins stock must have falling through the floor at that photo.

Jack,

As I recall, Sarah Palin was prosecuted for wearing an Arctic Cat jacket.

Her hubby rode an Arctic Cat in the Iron Dog race and he was a former salesman of Arctic Cat products.

daddy

daddy, Where are you staying in Hanover?

Jack,

Momma booked it but I don't know the name. When she comes back I'll get that info from her. I haven't started catch-up yet today, but if nobody says anything soon I think I'm going to go ahead and arrange to stay until the 15th and will play sleeping arrangements by ear. There sure seems to be enough interesting stuff to see up there that even if everybody's busy I'll keep well entertained.

Ben

Dobb:

You're post timing is becoming transparent. Why post this crap when good discussions ongoing in the hillary thread was trending well? I think the trending is the problem for our erstwhile velvet glove. His benign demeanor hides an iron hand which must be disguised because of his obsessive need for approval. Thanks for nuttin' Jeff.

Jack is Lightning⚡️

t daddy,

We are in the Hanover Inn overlooking Dartmouth Green. Last we were there with our friends we had lunch on the patio. Terrific place for comity and good food. Around the corner is the Darthmouth bookstore. Love that campus and am going to make sure Frederick gets another long tour while there plus some Darthmoth T's and sweatshirts. You don't realize how kids create loyalty to those kind of things.

rich@gmu

had no idea Jack.

Miss Marple

I read this:

http://triblive.com/opinion/salena/8463381-74/class-mcconway-torley#ixzz3bgMsTwQw

Right after I read this:

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/gop-primaries/243556-bush-retirement-age-should-be-68-or-70

Bush has worked at a desk all his life. My sister, who works as a retail manager and is on her feet all day, can hardly walk when she goes to her car at age 62. She is hanging on until Medicare because of having had cancer as a child.

Miss Marple

I am off to the evening mass.

rich@gmu

in re: the hockey popularity in Florida or that the Lightning had previously won a Stanley Cup.

Captain Hate

I'm sure all that spandex the fop wears kept the bones together when he fell.

I'm surprised the doctors didn't immediately try to correct that huge misshapen jaw and remove all the mashed potatoes that had been blown in to expand the cavity left by the lack of a brain.

Jane

CLarice,

I doubt I'll get that far, but I will call you before you go out to update you. I also sent you my # if you want an update.

Jim Miller

What a great base Greece could -- or perhaps I should say will -- make for Putin's Russia. Fantastic location, member of NATO and the EU, lots of old (and not so old) leftists to be used for "popular" demonstrations. They are even, formally at least, an Orthodox country.

I would like to think that some in our military are, already, making contingency plans. (And I am nearly certain that no one in the Obama White House is paying serious attention to this looming problme.)

Jack is Lightning⚡️

Hello, Atlantic seaboard JOMers. That includes FL, GA, SC, NC, VA, DC, MD, DE, NJ, NY and maybe CT.

I have this Maytag Neptune Dryer System for sale that I can have delivered to you from my Southampton-Florida delvery guy. I can send the specs but it is pretty unique in that it refreshes clothes in a dry cleaning manner. Let me know there is any interest. Also a matching washinng machine as we are redoing the laundry.

rich@gmu

not sure Putin would want to pay for the upkeep but it would make a nice vacation spot ...

glasater

No pictures of him humping a howitzer yet?

Is this blog going to put up with this kind of garbage?

Threadkiller

It sure is.

Jane

I owe you a horse OL? How did that happen? (Sheesh i hope I don't have dementia)

Peter

Jack is Lightning, are you sure that isn't a dishwasher/refrigerator?

Threadkiller

http://www.nationaljournal.com/tech/patriot-act-rand-paul-expire-sunset-section-215-20150531

daddy

More separated at Birth:

Schiefer is physically looking terrible on Howie Kurtz's Media show. Here's just a taste of what you non-viewers are missing:

Kurtz: ...You have known everybody in this town for decades. The younger generation, part of the rap is well maybe you guys were too cozy with the politicians.

Schieffer: Well, uhh, You know the thing now is nobody in this town knows anybody anymore. The Politicians don't know each other any more. They're only here for a couple of days a week and then they're back home raising money. I think it was better in the days when people kind of knew one another. (dismissively) Yeah, there were these charges about being too cozy, but it seemed to me the town worked a lot better in those days. I don't think anybody would argue with that.

Kurtz: Many people in this country as you know, think the 3 Broadcast networks are too biased, too Liberal. Would you agree looking back that the Media gave Barrack Obama an incredibly easy ride in 2008 and for much of his Presidency?

Schieffer: Well, I think the whole political world was struck by this fella' who sort of came out of nowhere with this very unusual name, and when he won out in Iowa I think people sat up and took notice.

Kurtz But isn't it the job of Journalists to be skeptical, even of the young phenom?

Schieffer: Uh yeah, it is, it is. I don't know, maybe we were not skeptical enough. It was a Campaign. Howie, my feeling is it is the role of the other, of the opponents, to make the Campaign. I think as Journalists basically what we do is watch the Campaign, and we report what the 2 sides are doing. I think it is the politicians who make the Campaign.

Kurtz: But don't Journalists have an adversarial role to play when you have a Presidential candidate in the chair facing you, you want to be tough on that person.

Schieffer: Well I think you want to get at the truth. What you're trying to do is find out who this person is and what he's about. I don't think that always has to be adversarial.
---------------------------

If Schieffer has said something of consequence, I missed it. Basically it's just "Back in my day when the networks had all the power and everybody knew everybody, it was a lot better."

Jane

Daddy,

We are expecting you to stay until the 15th, with at least one night in Sturbridge.

Jack is Lightning⚡️

Schieffer can't become irrelevant quick enough. Enjoy your retirement Bob, because the rest of us will.

daddy

Thanks, Jane!

That's a good game plan, tho as Helmuth_Karl_Bernhard_von_Moltke
sagely told us, “No Battle Plan Survives Contact With the Enemy”

:)

daddy

Watching the replay of Chris Wallace interviewing Carly Fiorina, and he's just accused her of playing the gender card in her attacks on Hillary.

Jane

Oh wait - OL, was that your horse I stole? Prove it! What did it look like?

daddy

I'll transcribe the rest of the "It's hard for the President to put on his big boy pants and deal with National Security." exchange, in a few minutes.

Ben

Heh. Many failed their basic cynicism on barack just as many didn't see through karl rove until very recently. When will conservatives sense the stench of their own shite?

Captain Hate

Here's the whole RNS transcript:

http://www.foxnews.com/transcript/2015/05/31/can-carly-fiorina-ride-defeat-clinton-strategy-to-gop-nomination-plus-gen/

Jeff Dobbs

Whew. Back from pool. Won my last match of Sunday singles. There are other makeup matches to play, but I don't think I can win the whole thing. But I'll be in the money.

Thanks, Ig for reading the article I linked. It's an open thread so no one was obligated to do so, but your comment really hit me right here ::points to my heart::

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