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May 02, 2016

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Marlene

First? I just woke up from a nap because I didn't sleep a wink last night.

maryrose

First
I think.

maryrose

Missed it by that much!
Go Marlene!

daddy

Way behind, but thanks Miss M for linking that Kurt Schlicter column on how trump walloped Hillary. Much fun!

Frau  Kopfschlagen

I never thought I would eagerly look forward to a primary race in Indiana, but this is the year.

Randy Barnett was on Dennis Prager's show today and it hit me: Republicans support the Republic!

OK, so I'm slower than most JOMers.

anonamom

So, MM --to the contrary of what you said multiple times, your vote WILL matter!
Still all in for Trump? I've missed the past few weeks.

Nothing has changed my IVR status.

lyle

First! (In going OT):

http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2016/05/big-greens-dirty-power.html

Environmentalism isn’t a hippie with a cardboard sign. It’s multinational corporations and big banks. It’s environmental consultants padding the bill for every government project. It’s subsidies that get carved up ten different ways into highly profitable investments at taxpayer expense. It’s brand greenwashing and useless recycling programs. It’s a dime, a dollar or a hundred dollars added to every bill.

Big Green is booming business. But it can’t succeed on its own. Without public policy based on the hoax that the planet is going to be destroyed unless Big Green gets more green cash, the scam collapses.

lyle

http://thepeoplescube.com/peoples-blog/the-official-hillary-for-america-woman-card-t17921.html

Man Tran

Glass: I recall reading some years ago that medieval cathedral's windows were thin on the top and thick on the bottom. Seems to be the perfect proof, if true.

lyle

Do click on that 3:50 link and scroll down for the update on the famous woman Hot/Crazy graph.

Momto2

Big news in Atlanta - the judge just granted a defense motion to move the Ross Harris murder case (hot car baby death while dad was sexting in his office ). This is AFTER they had almost completed juror selection... I cannot see how the judge was suddenly surprised that the jurors were biased. It's been on the news for 2 years. I doubt there is anywhere else in Georgia that has not heard of this.

Wonder how much $$ she wasted when this could have been decided weeks ago.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

MT,
That link I provided said stained glass windows are that way because of the production process not fluidity over time.

daddy

Clarice's recommendation to read this column is also on the money:

Trump vs. the New Class

Trump attracts—and repels—voters through his remarkably forthright personality. By contrast, Cruz’s appeal is based upon everything but his personality.

Miss Marple 2

anonamom,

I already voted for Trump last week. Early voting in Indiana started in early April. I still think he can defeat Hillary.

My two sisters also did so. Also all my friends except the one who is an unconverted democrat, and she is voting for Bernie.

My granddaughter is voting in her first primary tomorrow. She is trying to decide whether to go ahead and vote for Bernie even though she knows he won't get the nomination or to vote for Trump in the Republican primary in order to send a message to Cruz. (She is very offended by the bathroom commercials that have been airing here, as are most of her classmates.)

This is something that apparently only Trump understood. While there is a decided danger of predators getting into the restrooms, no one thinks that the Jenner person is a danger to anyone. Millennials are very touchy about this stuff and the way those ads have been framed is infuriating them. I am providing this as an explanation, not agreeing with them. I thought people might like to know about a wild card in Indiana.

In Indiana all you do is say WHICH party's primary you want to vote in. It doesn't matter what you voted in before, or if you are an independent. Apparently a lot of kids at the high school were talking about voting for Trump on this issue alone.

Truthbetold

Well if the kids like Trump that's a different story, MM

He must be the right choice.

Old Lurker

Sorry but this made me laugh.

Buried deep in a story about how broke is Puerto Rico now that it officially is in default on bond payments, and how the US Government just has to step in, is this howler:

"...The default comes as the House Natural Resources Committee is working on a bill that would establish a federal oversight board to manage any debt restructurings and weigh in on spending plans..."

Pot. Meet Kettle.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Below 4 crazy, above 8 hot. It's a guy.

LOL, lyle.

daddy

And reposting this from Iggy so I can return to it easier: How Republicans Lost Control of the Spending Fight in Congress

Mitch McConnell, delenda est.

NK

OL-- PR defaults on $400+ MILLION today. $1.2B in July. The only difference between PR and Ct, NJ, Md, Ill NYS and Calif is the degree of the OPM famine and the speed of the collapse. All of the Blue Hells are in the same boat. Biggest beneficiary? Florida, the PR capital and brain drain went there this time... not NYS/Ct /NJ as it did 60+ years ago. Very telling.

lyle

https://pjmedia.com/election/2016/05/02/hillary-to-naacp-trump-led-insidious-birther-movement-to-discredit-presidents-citizenship/

Clinton described Donald Trump as "the man who led the insidious birther movement to discredit the president’s citizenship."

An utter and complete lie and I'm not defending Trump. The whole "birther" business originated with and was fomented by Hilligula's campaign in '08. [redacted] [redacted]

Old Lurker

NK, I just hope that whatever happens it does not involve one cent of US taxpayer money or guaranty of it.

The whole blue hell house of cards will benefit if every "stakeholder" on their balance sheet loses whatever they have at risk in the order that their claims have priority against whatever assets are really there.

Perhaps if the investors who bought those bonds discover they lost their investments POOF, they might not be so willing to lend to the other bad states.

Perhaps if all other existing State & Local bonds were priced fairly to reflect the risk that their bonds too might go POOF, we could get this OPM famine party started with the hope that sanity might return after the starvation works its magic.

Jack is Back!

Glass and Windows used to be taxed in merry old England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. At one time, in England, they made the windows so small (tax was on area size), that modern historians and clinicians blame a lot of urban misery during those times on lack of light and sunshine in homes at that time.

We even had a similar tax in early America as well as a mirror tax. That is why you will see some mirrors with a piece of trim across them to cut the tax in half.

Jack is Back!

All of the Blue Hells are in the same boat. Biggest beneficiary? Florida, the PR capital and brain drain went there this time... not NYS/Ct /NJ as it did 60+ years ago. Very telling.

NK,

Yeah! Very telling. All those PR emigres to the States in Florida are who re-elected Alan Grayson. I'd gladly contribute to a fund to keep those votes in PR instead of Florida.

daddy

Mellisa Francis plays this clip of Lindsay Graham yesterday to her Security Expert:

Lindsay Graham: I believe Donald Trump's Foreign Policy is isolationism. It will lead to another 9/11. Trump doesn't understand the Obama/Clinton mistakes. They didn't intervene in Iraq. They withdrew from Iraq.

Melissa: There's a lot to unpack there David. First of all, do you believe that the Trump policies as we've heard them will lead to another 9/11?

David Sears (Retired Navy Seal) No. As we've heard them there's not enough substance there right now to say that this would lead to another 9/11. I think Trump's trying to be thoughtful, as all the candidates are, and to use 9/11, a very tragic and emotional event in our history, and politicize it this way, is really unhelpful.

Melissa: Yeah. So Lindsay Graham says his policy is Isolationism. You listen to what he had to say though and it didn't really sound like that.
---------------------------

I have noticed that Lindsay Graham who used to be a fixture on FOX News has been absent lately. May he go the way of Meghan McCain, who also has sort of disappeared from that Network, but to be honest I am watching a heck of a lot less regular FOX news than I used to.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

I left the below comment at your PJ link lyle;

I'm surprised Hillary didn't mention those incidents back in 2008 where Trump said "a few years ago this guy [Barry] would have been carrying our bags" or "getting us coffee", depending on the source.
I would think the NAACP would be the one venue where Lipstick Lucifer would really want to highlight such racially insensitive, if not downright racist, remarks.

lyle

Maybe Lindsey should get that breast augmentation surgery he's been wanting for so many years, daddy. Ample chests seem to be a running theme for all the females on Fox...

Anyway here's some idle speculation taking up a bigger word count than actually called for:

http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/05/clinton_was_never_intended_to_be_the_democrat_nominee.html

daddy

Here's the 2 different Hillary soundbites playing today on Coal Country:

Hillary-13 March) I'm the only candidate which has a policy about how to bring economic opportunity using clean renewable energy as the key into Coal Country, because we're going to put a lot of Coal Miners and Coal Companies out of business. Right Tim?

Hillary today- That's why I think we need a National effort to try to help because I think we owe people in this part of the country a lot uhhh the demand for Coal may be dropping but the demand for Natural Gas will be increasing. But that doesn't mean we should walk away from the people.

Marlene

NK,your governor was awarded the JFK "Profile in Courage" award. You must be so proud! : )

lyle

Good for you, Ig. Love "Lipstick Lucifer," BTW.

NK

Profile in Courage? for what? he stayed off of the Jack D and blow for a few days?

Porchlight

Randy Barnett was on Dennis Prager's show today and it hit me: Republicans support the Republic!

I swear that just occurred to me the other day, too, Frau. Or re-occurred - my memory is bad so I don't really know.

Marlene

Geez NK,don't you read People Magazine? Ha. Jack Schlossberg presented the award to Malloy for welcoming a family of Syrian refugees into your state.

pagar a bacon, country ham and sausage supporter

More anti American stuff from the Obama Admin.

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/katiepavlich/2016/05/02/obama-moves-forward-with-stripping-gun-rights-through-social-security-n2156896?utm_source=thdailypm&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=nl_pm&newsletterad=

Miss Marple 2

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/278417-lou-holtz-endorses-trump

lyle

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/434776/donald-trump-nevertrump-election-loss

Click if you care to but you can already get the gist of his point by the title alone. I've always liked Jonah Goldberg's writing style but I'm getting tired of NRO's mental breakdown over Trump. I don't pop in there too often if at all anymore because of it.

lyle

Trump snagged Lou Holtz's endorsement?!? That does it, folks. I'm going to call Nov. for Trump right now. :)

Theo

Lyle --

NRO's "mental breakdown" over Trump makes perfect sense. They are conservatives and he is not.

It may be that Mitt Romney or John McCain were not AS conservative as NRO (or JOM) might have wanted, but they were clearly conservatives. Trump is not a conservative in any meaningful sense the way NRO looks at things and thus they are freaked out at him being the nominee.

daddy

Pat Caddell is on with Charles Payne and explains why in his opinion Bernie is going to pursue this thing to the end and make a huge stink at the Convention about the unfairness of "Super Delegates." Then, in explaining this "Super Delegate" business, Waddell also explains what would have happened if the Repubs had had such a system.

Caddell: (Bernie's) Campaign is different than Hillary's was in 2008. She was just a Candidate with ambition who lost. He's a Candidate of a movement that is driving him, that claimed him, found him, funded him, and is carrying him, and remember he has most of the young people---a huge majority...His battle is not just with the platform. I don't see how he is not going to take her to the wall over the issue of Super Delegates themselves...The question is "What is the future of the Super=Delegate? I was there when they were put in. They were put in there to rig the system, to make sure that people like Jimmy Carter and George McGovern---people from the grass roots---couldn't get nominated. That's when they put the pressure on, and so you're always constantly, permanently behind. Imagine if Jeb Bus, if we had Super-Delegates in the Republican Party? Jeb Bush would have been so far ahead, and so he would have lost a Primary and we'd say, it doesn't matter he's still way ahead...

Charles Payne: Jeb would have just gone straight to Cleveland and said, "just let me know when you guys get here" (laughs)

Waddell: Exactly. And thats the problem, so there are a lot of different pressures on sanders, plus he's got another thing---The FBI Primary. Why does he want to get out anytime before we hear what the resolution of the FBI's Investigation is going to be?

Captain Hate

The towel folders should just be a travel agency for people who get confused about using Kayak.

Miss Marple 2

lyle,

I think that Jonah and the NRO crowd are having a hard time realizing that the country is just not where they are on government and politics.

A lot of middle class voters feel like they have been misled by the conservatives and the GOP. They voted to end Obamacare, and nothing happened. They want the spending cut, and instead it has risen.

They are desperate. Jobs are going away, prices for food are up, the country is overrun by illegals and a fair number of those are bringing in drugs and violent crime. Obama insists on bringing in unvetted Syrians even though all the experts say it's a massive security risk.

The NRO people were very comfortable giving their measured opinions on governance with donations and subscriptions coming in no matter who was the president. They had a view of themselves as being the arbiters of what was right and good for government.

It is very hard to admit that people don't agree with you and that maybe you were wrong. I hope they come to their senses.
At one time Kevin Williamson and Jonah Goldberg were favorites of mine. Now I avoid them to keep my blood pressure down.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Two thoughts;

1. I am both more conservative and more libertarian than most of the guys at NRO and I have miraculously not had a nervous breakdown. Why can't the genius NRO clan suck it up?

2. It may have occurred before but I find it unlikely; have we ever been mostly through a primary season where decisions were made on the basis of whether the leading candidate of either party was going to be indicted for serious felonies?

henry

Yes, sue Marquette into the ground. Removing tenure for having an opinion at odds with SJWs seems grounds to remove the entire university from the educational activities, with a ban on employment at any university for admins and faculty behind this.

Captain Hate

A lot of middle class voters feel like they have been misled by the conservatives and the GOP.

They were misled by the GOP pretending to be conservative.

Porchlight

Just curious - what is conservative about Kevin Williamson saying that white working class "dysfunctional, downscale communities" are "negative assets" and "deserve to die"?

Miss Marple 2


Laura Ingraham ‏@IngrahamAngle 7m7 minutes ago

Former long-time Purdue basketball coach Gene Keady took the stage Monday before Trump’s rally in Carmel to endorse @realDonaldTrump.
40 retweets 79 likes


That's all three big coaching names from Indiana, Knight, Holz and Keady.

lyle

Taranto doesn't necessarily counter Goldberg but as least comes off quite a bit more even-handed:

http://www.wsj.com/articles/who-lost-2016-1462210784

As for November, assuming Trump is the nominee, it’s possible that McLaughlin, Goldberg and Will will turn out to be right—that he will stay unpopular and end up losing in a landslide. But it is also possible that Trump will find a way to expand his appeal, or that his unpopularity will be swamped by Mrs. Clinton’s, as Ann Althouse speculates: “The question isn’t who has higher unfavorability, but which one is more capable of getting a vote from a person who is disgusted by both of them. . . . One is exciting, risky, and entertaining. The other is dreary, predictable, and medicinal.”

This is something I emphatically never hear from the #NeverTrumpers: the putative D nominee is possibly the worst candidate ever to run for prez for all the reasons we all know. I can't stand the [redacted] but even I can't believe how horrible she is on the hustings. The shrieking woodenness (I know how can you be both but she is), the sheer awfulness simply can't be ignored.

Dave (in MA)

I missed what was going on, but:

--
Howie Carr ‏@HowieCarrShow 4 hours ago
This AM @glennbeck mocked my maturity -- 48 hours after dunking his face in a bowl of Cheetos. Tune in at 3PM!
--

Porchlight

Iggy,

NRO needs to be more nimble. I'm sure many of them are lovely people - I think Jay Nordlinger does tremendous work. But as a group, they've boarded themselves up into a windowless structure that's just as clueless in its own way as the academic ivory tower of which they like to make sport.

Captain Hate

Rodham 2016: Please Ignore My Obvious State of Well Being

daddy

Lyle,

Thanks for the link to Jonah Goldberg. He just wrote 10,000 words I am sure that "Up-Scale Voter" George Will will approve of, but as far as I could tell Jonah never did get around to telling me why Dennis Prager's logic here is wrong:

Dennis Prager: Anyhow, just to reiterate what I have always said every time I mention his name, I will still vote for him as much as I dislike him because I care about America more than I dislike Donald Trump. Okay? That's the best way I can put it.

If Jonah answered that simple question somewhere in his clean toga verbosity, I missed it.

Dave (in MA)

I guess it's, http://www.glennbeck.com/2016/05/02/who-will-you-serve/

"toothless snake chuckers".

lyle

but they were clearly conservatives

No, they clearly were not. Neither of them. Sidney comes closer on defense as does, I assume, Mittster. On everything else they aren't. And just about everything in either's background belies your claim.

Miss Marple 2

To average people, Mitt adn McCain were conservatives. Never mind all the stuff that proves they aren't, it's what people think.

What they see is a conservative movement which doesn't win, so the beating continue to improve morale.

They want to WIN and stop the worst of this stuff. Trump looks like a winner to them.

maryrose

NRO isn't really wrong with the exception of that Williamson fellow until we see what Trump does as president and if he in fact can beat Hillary.
Those facts can't be known at this time.
As far as people admitting they are wrong a difference of opinion or point of view doesn't make one necessarily wrong on a subject.

Truthbetold

Yeah MM

"Hope and change" we get it.

maryrose

At this time Trump does not look like a winner to me.That is a different point of view and opinion.

Captain Hate

Oh I agree, Miss Marple, that is the perception, brought to us by Karl Rove promoting compassionate conservatism which eradicated all traces of Reagan right under our noses and with our electoral support. The spawn of Rockefeller played the long game effectively.

narciso

pixie doesn't allow the ewok's flensings to link as much,

althouse is still in her bennett marco, phase re zaphod, when will she snap out of it.

narciso

the nate silver link about indiana that was linked this weekend, is more informant,

lyle

The last bit from Taranto which dovetails with daddy's Prager quote:

But we also have anecdotal evidence (along with the primary election results) that many people who think of themselves as conservatives find Trump acceptable or even appealing, his ideological heterodoxies notwithstanding.

Trump’s political success has dramatically unsettled the definition of “conservatism” in America. His campaign could end in failure, as Will hopes it does. But even if it does, there’s little reason to expect conservatism would settle back into the status quo ante.

Yep.

lyle

The last bit from Taranto which dovetails with daddy's Prager quote:

But we also have anecdotal evidence (along with the primary election results) that many people who think of themselves as conservatives find Trump acceptable or even appealing, his ideological heterodoxies notwithstanding.

Trump’s political success has dramatically unsettled the definition of “conservatism” in America. His campaign could end in failure, as Will hopes it does. But even if it does, there’s little reason to expect conservatism would settle back into the status quo ante.

Yep.

lyle

Typepad delenda est!

narciso

translation the bomber of a sikh temple was in a prevention program, against such a thing,


http://www1.wdr.de/nachrichten/landespolitik/sikh-tempel-bombenanschlag-essen-100.html

clarice

Limbaugh said much the same as Iggy and Prager today.

And he was very critical of Will and his gang.

BTW Iggy how certain are you that your sarcastic reference to BJC (tagging the remark to Trump) didn't go over many heads?

narciso

maybe he confused where it was solid or liquid,


http://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/community/miami-dade/aventura/article75089722.html

clarice

http://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2016/05/02/gop_e_wants_to_lose_with_cruz

daddy

Long transcript to follow from Bob Murray, Coal Company Chief Executive, in reply to FOX's Diedre whatever her name is. Lot of good info here, and please SOB if my long transcript offends.

Deirdre plays the 2 Hillary clip's up above at 04:36.

Diedra: Hillary Clinton is campaigning in Coal Country today. She seems to be flip-flopping on her take on the Industry. Plays the above clip:

Diedra: Last month Hillary said "she would put Coal Miners out of Business." With me Bob Murray. As the head of an Energy Company, how do you hear and process Hillary Clinton's comments?

Bob Murray: Good afternoon Diedra. She's a liar.

Diedra: Well she's on the campaign trail.

Murray: On March 13th, in Columbus Ohio, and unfortunately for all Electric rate payers in The United States of America, and everybody who pays the Electric Bill in this country should listen, she said "I'm going to put a lot of Coal Miners and Coal Companies out of Business." Mister Clinton said over the weekend, "That she will make good on what she has said." Those are direct quotes. It is very unfortunate she supports the Obama Clean Power Plan which will cost Americans 3 Billion dollars in 48 States, in increased electric rates. She's flip-flopping, she's lying, because when she said she would put us out of business, she said it gleefully. She was boasting and with a huge smile.

Diedra; And Bob, what recourse did you have if the Government goes after your Industry?

Murray: I have no recourse. There are 50 Bankrupt Coal Companies today, Dierdra. There are only 4 of us that are not bankrupt. This is bad for America, because the Wind and Solar power that Hillary Clinton advocates, costs 26 cents a Kilowatt Hour, and it gets 4 cents from the Taxpayer or it wouldn't even exist. Coal Fired Electricity is 4 cents a KiloWatt Hour. This woman is going to continue the destruction of jobs and the economy in America, just as her predecessor Mister Obama has done.

Diedra: So I hear what you're saying. (A), Clean energy is not only not ready, but it would not even exist if not for Government subsidies, and in general going after Coal in general attacks the Unites States and it's goal of Energy Independence.

Murray: That is correct, M'am. Carbon capture sequestration is not technically ready. When she says "we're going to have clean energy, or carbon capture", that's a pseudonym for "No Coal" M'am. Thats what she means. No Coal. I'm an expert in the Industry. I understand the technology in the Industry. She does not understand what she she is saying. This Power Grab of the Clinton's is very scary to me, and she is lying.

Diedra: So do you see her as a continuation of the Obama Administrations Policies?

Murray: Diedra, She is Obama Number 2. She will continue every one of his policies and as I said they will cost Rate Payers in 48 States 300 Billion Dollars in the next several years. She is another Obama follower.
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You could see he was very passionate in his opinions and concerns.

My guess, is he would agree with Dennis Prager's logic.

Jim Miller

If you all will excuse me for going back to the subject of the original post just for a moment.

Recently, the NYT ran an article on how people in a part of Indiana that was doing well didn't seem to be giving Obama any credit for their prosperity. The most important local product -- RVs.

I could be wrong, but I suspect that most people who build RVs know that they sell more of them when the price of gasoline is low, and that Obama wants to see it higher,

Now back to writing that post on the George Mason satire.

hrtshpdbox

Dennis Prager: Anyhow, just to reiterate what I have always said every time I mention his name, I will still vote for him as much as I dislike him because I care about America more than I dislike Donald Trump.

That's fine if you believe that Donald Trump would appoint better justices than Hillary Clinton, would grow the size of government less than Hillary Clinton, or would respond to international crises better than Hillary Clinton. Absent that belief, a Republican should stay home on election day.

Neo

Levi’s Wedgie Fit jeans (yes, that is the actual name of the collection) are billed as “the cheekiest jeans in your closet,” because each pair “hugs your waist and hips to showcase your best assets.” I can only assume that the designers were nerds who got noogied and shoved into lockers in their elementary school days and are now reclaiming the terms of their abuse. Levi’s launched the line of pants earlier this year, and it was so popular, the company recently started selling pairs of wedgie shorts.

Jim Miller

Oh, and for those who follow the sport, a 5000-1 bet just came in.

hrtshpdbox

No, they clearly were not. Neither of them.

It's true, McCain and Romney were not true blue conservatives, not even close. At least they were Republicans, though.

Agent J

JIB @ 4:22. I had not heard of the window/mirror tax, have you heard of the closet tax?

narciso

they are supporting it 1,000 percent,


http://uk.mobile.reuters.com/article/idUKKCN0XT1ON?irpc=932

GUS

I guess when you boil it all down folks, THEO is either a TROLL or an IMBECILE.

narciso

actually it says nothing of the kind,

http://news.sky.com/story/1688756/is-files-reveal-assads-deals-with-militants

asw

LOL Clarice. Iggy's remark went over my head. I hate to see Trump's name connected with Bill's racist remarks. I have not seen anything to indicate that Trump is not someone who has exemplary racial relations with all races.

maryrose

An interesting clip of Cruz speaking with some very disrespectful Indiana Trump supporters. I call them crude rude and unrefined.

Jack is Back!

My lady beagle has got out. Fido fence and all. Plus she has a GPS tracker on her that I just found out was not set up properly when I bought it. So Frederick and I have been motoring around Southampton looking for her. She'll either come back like before or I'll get a phone call from the pound or a neighbor or a asshole wanted a ransom.

daddy

Street protesters confrontation imminent in South Bend, Indiana outside tonights Trump Rally, but cops so far seem to be doing a nice job controlling the situation.

maryrose

Trump just said it does t matter if the Republican Party comes together.

Miss Marple 2

Jack,

Sorry to see the beagle got out. Those hounds love to roam and follow interesting smells when they get out! Hope you find her soon!

hrtshpdbox

I guess when you boil it all down folks, THEO is either a TROLL or an IMBECILE.

GUS, then this will be no surprise to you...I like Theo.

Agent J

Theo is TBT older brother. He did make it through his 10th year of school. TBT is still in his 8th year.(3rd time try). They share two rooms in their step Mother's (twice removed) basement.

NK

Good luck getting your beagle asap JiB.

daddy

Absent that belief, a Republican should stay home on election day.

Posted by: hrtshpdbox

As Dennis Prager always says, "I appreciate the clarity."

Miss Marple 2
Truthbetold

Agent J

Clearly you have spent your whole life in academia.

daddy

My lady beagle has got out.

Sorry about that Jack. Unfortunately, from my experience growing up with Tuck, he sometimes took off for long periods and our guess was he couldn't figure out how to find his way home. No such problems with the labs.

Good luck finding her.

Porchlight

Good luck, JiB!

pagar a bacon, country ham and sausage supporter

Where do they think this money is coming from.

From Daddy's 05:54.
" It is very unfortunate she supports the Obama Clean Power Plan which will cost Americans 3 Billion dollars in 48 States, in increased electric rates."

"here are 50 Bankrupt Coal Companies today, Dierdra. There are only 4 of us that are not bankrupt. Anyone think all of these workers are going to become waiters.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-01/new-normal-3400-hour-265-plus-tips

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-02/why-obamacare-gold-rush-bankrupting-america

Free James D!

Hrt @ 5:56

Well, we know what kind of justices Hillary would appoint. I don't think anyone really doubts that. She'd appoint justices who will nullify the 2nd Amendment and overturn Citizens United, just for a start. Even if Trump appoints someone just as bad, we're no worse off than under Hillary. And there is at least a non zero chance he'll appoint someone less horrible.

And we know how Hillary will respond to an international crisis. She'll go to bed while her people in the State Department are hacked to death in the street, blame a YouTube video for it when she wakes up, and lie to the families while the coffins are unloaded at Dover AFB. How much worse could Trump be?

Thomas Collins

Besides the Comrade's movement, there is a fine political reason for him to stick it out. If The Hilltrain is derailed by a faulty email switch, the more committed delegates Comrade has amassed, the more difficult it will be for the superdelegates to anoint Biden. This I think is the primary reason Comrade isn't dropping out.

maryrose

JIB
Hope you find your dog soon.

Miss Marple 2

Thomas Collins,

I agree. This explains the Jane Sanders comment about the FBI needing to hurry up.

hrtshpdbox

And we know how Hillary will respond to an international crisis. She'll go to bed while her people in the State Department are hacked to death in the street, blame a YouTube video for it when she wakes up, and lie to the families while the coffins are unloaded at Dover AFB. How much worse could Trump be?

Well put, James D.

maryrose

TC
I totally agree with you.
In fact if charges are brought imagine the surge in support Bernie would get from the rest of the Dems.
I personally think Gowdy and Comey are waiting for the best possible moment to derail her.
Could be some time in June or July.
ISIS getting the upper hand in Baghdad
Major news outlets Cickrts
Obama doing what comes naturally - nothing.

maryrose

Should be crickets

maryrose

Fighting resumed in Syria smart diplomacy at work.
This election shouldn't even be close.

Janet

A neighbor kid had a beagle that was always getting loose (burst out of the front door & would run).
I got the boy to bring his dog over to my porch every day for awhile & I would give it some cheese. We did it for a couple of months in the summer.

Finally...it got to where whenever the dog got loose it would just come straight to my house. I'd let it in & give it some cheese & then I'd take it back.

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