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February 22, 2016

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narciso

well one must reference the skydragon,


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3460506/US-spying-Merkel-wider-revealed-Intelligence-agency-tapped-conversations-Secretary-General-Ban-Ki-moon.html

Thomas Collins

We can't even get a health connector web site up without major glitches, Ignatz. I'd say before we start dealing with getting all illegals out, let's see whether we can get the jihadists out first.

narciso

you can't make this uP:


http://dailycaller.com/2016/02/23/obama-completely-mangles-the-boston-bombers-name-video/

Miss Jane Marple

Beasts,

God forbid those armadillos or gilla monsters are kept from migrating north!

Good grief.

daddy

Talk about a tree falling in the forest...

LOL, JimmyK!

Captain Hate

What is worse than 404 botching the Chechen vermin's name is using his conviction and incarceration after a major [Redacted for Lent] security failure as a rationale for closing Gitmo.

daddy

Now the lefty watermelons are worried about the environmental impact of the wall!

Absoltuely, Beasts

I recall a fees years back reading about how the Enviro's had a last of dozens if not hundreds of species that they were holding in abeyance to strategically use, one by one as the case required, to shut down drilling, logging, mining, ranching, fence-building, etc.

Par for the coarse-minded b@#rtards.

Dave (in MA)

narciso | February 23, 2016 at 07:32 PM, he gets the names right when they come from Pocky-staahn and vicinity, but if they're from places like Chechnya they might just as well have come from O-ree-on.

clarice

Headline is misleading--but entire R Senate Judiciary Committee says no way will it consider Obama nominee for SCOTUS:http://conservativepost.com/breaking-entire-us-senate-votes-to-defy-obama-in-a-huge-way-unanimous-decision/

daddy

Just a question.

Has anyone here besides Miss Marple read Trumps' "The Art Of The Deal" and his "The Art Of The Comeback"?

I looked in my Library yesterday and came up empty.

I ask because it sure seemed like Newt considered them to be of value, and yes, I am standing by for comparisons with Dreams of my Dutch Uncle.

daddy

Still doing catch-up

The fact that Cruz memorized the Constitution tells you plenty doesn't it??????

Texas Liberty gal,

The fact that Ben Carson mis-remembered the preamble to the Constitution told me plenty.

henry

the aliens did it. They'll fess up after deciding on which rock to dump on our heads.

Dave (in MA)

http://pjmedia.com/instapundit/227449/ Chimps update.

glasater

From Spew.. I found this chart of political preferences by religion pretty interesting.

Beasts of England

I read The Art of the Deal when it came out. That was probably twenty years ago and I remember nothing about it.

Jeff Dobbs

Anyone predicting any surprises in NV? Do either Cruz or Rubio get close to Trump?

Over/under on the networks making the call for Trump....20 minutes?

Will there be separation between Rubio and Cruz? Or do they just bunch up together again.

Does Carson stay in past tomorrow?

Will Cruz be able to keep tonight's concession speech under an hour?

Over/under on catty comments on Megyn's hair/appearance....8?

In the exit polls, will Trump's support with Elvis impersonators top 50%?

Jane

One Leading Candidate Is Under FBI Investigation For Mishandling Classified Info; The Other Is Under Investigation For Fraud…

Here’s a part of the political calendar that nobody in the Republican Party seems to have noticed: This spring, just as the GOP nomination battle enters its final phase, frontrunner Donald Trump could be forced to take time out for some unwanted personal business: He’s due to take the witness stand in a federal courtroom in San Diego, where he is being accused of running a financial fraud.

In court filings last Friday, lawyers for both sides in a long-running civil lawsuit over the now defunct Trump University named Trump on their witness lists. That makes it all but certain that the reality-show star and international businessman will be forced to be grilled under oath over allegations in the lawsuit that he engaged in deceptive trade practices and scammed thousands of students who enrolled in his “university” courses in response to promises he would make them rich in the real estate market.

Although the case has been winding its way through the courts for the past five years — and Trump has denied all wrongdoing — the final pretrial conference is now slated for May 6, according to the latest pleadings in the case. No trial date has been set, but the judge has indicated his interest in moving the case forward, the pleadings show.

“This is pretty amazing,” said Scott Reed, a veteran Republican Party consultant, about Trump’s upcoming due date in federal court. “Usually, you clean this stuff up before you run for president.”

Trump’s new lead lawyer in the case, Daniel Petrocelli, best known for representing one of the slain murder victims in a civil suit against O.J. Simpson, did not respond to emailed questions about Trump’s upcoming testimony, including how long he expects his client to be on the witness stand.

https://www.yahoo.com/politics/with-gop-nomination-looming-trump-slated-to-take-191550876.html?soc_src=social-sh&soc_trk=tw

Beasts of England

I stand with The Flying Elvi.

henry

Will Harry Reid's exercise equipment malfunction?

daddy

I memorized the first four stanzas of Poe's "The Raven" when I was in 4th grade, and I can still recite them.

We had to memorize the opening preamble to Canterbury Tales in Old English.


WHAN that Aprille with his shoures soote
The droghte of Marche hath perced to the roote,
etc...

Anybody else have to memorize that?

The Infamous Ignatz

--Now the lefty watermelons are worried about the environmental impact of the wall!!--

Just leave a few slots in the bottom for the scorpions and rattlesnakes and it's good.

The Infamous Ignatz

-- I'd say before we start dealing with getting all illegals out, let's see whether we can get the jihadists out first.--

I'd say each is good simultaneous practice for the other.

daddy

FWIW,,

Gulianni on O'Reilly said he would vote for Trump over Hillary, and he thinks Trump will win if he is pitted against Hillary in the Election.

Off to see what the dogs think about that.

Threadkiller

The fact that Ben Carson mis-remembered the preamble to the Constitution told me plenty

“I pledge to honor and defend the Constitution of the United States of America,” Cruz replied.

Technically speaking, that’s not the oath of office for the president of the United States.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/01/23/glenn-beck-administers-presidential-oath-of-office-to-ted-cruz-in-iowa/

Pobodys nerfect

Miss Jane Marple

daddy,

I did.

Also Invictus, Sea Fever by John Maysfield, Gettysburg Address, Caesar's funeral oration by Marc Anthony, Preamble to the Constitution, Little Orphant Annie (Riley is the Hoosier poet laureate), Ozymandias by Shelley, various psalms, various quotations, etc.

My teachers were big on memorizing this stuff. Indiana kids reciting Old English was a treat, let me tell you!

Threadkiller

“This is pretty amazing,” said Scott Reed, a veteran Republican Party consultant, about Trump’s upcoming due date in federal court. “Usually, you clean this stuff up before you run for president.”

Are these the same geniuses that didn't think about cleaning up some eligibility stuff?

Captain Hate

“This is pretty amazing,” said Scott Reed, a veteran Republican Party consultant, about Trump’s upcoming due date in federal court. “Usually, you clean this stuff up before you run for president.”

Who is this [Redacted for Lent]? The GOP isn't exactly a profile of courage when it comes to their pols being the targets of scam litigation; i.e. Gingrich, Palin and Delay are just three who come to mind. In the cases of two of them, the RINOs were laughing heartily.

narciso

fmr Bob Dole campaign manager, bob dole people, vs. the attorney who nabbed oj in the civil suit. who do you side with,

Captain Hate

Bob Dole's presidential campaign? There's something to hang your hat on...

narciso

well his first mistake was going on rupert pupkin,

http://therightscoop.com/ben-carson-lashes-out-at-cnn-host-over-obama-isnt-really-black-comments/

The Infamous Ignatz

A guy at Hotair made a pretty good point; obviously the Chinese don't believe in climate change or they wouldn't be building all these islands five feet above sea level and sticking bases on them.

narciso

why I call it the weaK

http://theweek.com/articles/607494/did-vote-donald-trump-youre-not-actually-republican

narciso

really that chestnut again,

http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/02/breaking-trump-insider-roger-stone-says-cbs-ready-to-smear-trump-with-mafia-tie-claims/

Jack is Back! (Barely)

As a follow up to Glasater's above video link in re the Calais migrant "jungle" Belgium has re-introduced Border controls with France. They were to tear down the southern part of the camp but a bunch of NGO's have got a French version of a TRO to keep that from happening.

The Belgians are concerned the migrants will move north along the coast up to Zeebrugge which has ferry service to England or Ostend which runs the ferry to Dover.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/belgium/12170920/Belgium-reintroduces-border-controls-with-France-to-prevent-influx-of-Calais-migrants.html

The French have only themselves to blame for letting this fester for close to 20 years. I remember when we broke through the Channel tunnel, there were already migrants lined up in Calais ready to walk through.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/belgium/12170920/Belgium-reintroduces-border-controls-with-France-to-prevent-influx-of-Calais-migrants.html

Captain Hate

Poopy Harlot is very dumb even by CNN standards.

Buckeye

Iggy

One time traveling in China we were eating at a little place with a big picture window looking out on a field about the size of a soccer pitch.

There were a dozen or so huge mounds of empty plastic containers at least the size of two story buildings. I made one of my smart ass comments about how lucky we were to "have a room with a view".

My Chinese associate simply pointed out that the Chinese couldn't afford the luxury of having an environmental conscience.

Stephanie

new fred

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