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September 20, 2016

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Beasts of England

I love the smell of Dem desperation in the morning, James D!!

DebinNC

Dana Milbank - "How Trump winks at political violence"

Political violence is what Trump supporters had to endure while trying to emerge alive from "the gauntlet of death" after the Trump rally in Asheville last week. The lefty police chief was proud of the result of his order for police to stand and watch as anti-Trumpites verbally intimidated and physically manhandled elderly Trump attendees.

Fundamentally Deplorable Barbara

More and more the cheaper construction pieces hit the market. A classmate of mine ran a furniture store for years carrying many fine brands. He threw in the towel and retired about 5 years ago. People couldn't afford the nice stuff and he didn't want to deal with the imports.

The same thing happened out here, MM. There was a lovely furniture store in Montrose called Pennsylvania House. It had been the area for well over 40 years, and sold high quality merchandise.

We had been thinking about buying a different style dining room set, so one morning I called the store to get an idea of the line of furniture they had now. A man, I'd say in his 30s answered, and he told me that the store had closed.The shoddy imports under-priced the quality of the product they carried. When they brought in those imports, they had nothing but complaints from their customers. They couldn't compete with the trash coming in from the far east, so they decided to close the store.

He was the son of the owner, and said that he had planned to be in that business for the rest of his life. Now, he was going to have to go into real estate. He was only there that morning to clear up some paperwork. I could hear the sorrow in his voice, and I felt it as well. I told him how much we had appreciated his beautiful family store, and would miss it. I wished him and his family well.

That had to be about nine years ago. It was the start of businesses closing, and has only escalated since to what we see today. THAT is the legacy of the Obama administration. This is what they intended to happen. They wanted to destroy the engine that makes America great, and to roll up the unemployed into low paying menial or government jobs because there was no where else to go.

derwill

--or as I suspect, the FBI and NYPD had a pretty good idea who it was in the minutes after the bomb went off.--

And this right there is why radical jihadism cannot be treated as a law enforcement problem. Because the NYPD and the FBI can keep watch lists but they still have to wait until the perps actually commit a crime before they can do anything pro-active to stop it. If you treat the problem as a war and the jihadists as enemy combatants you can at least kick their asses out of the country before they kill people.

Miss Marple 2, Deplorable and Proud of it

Trump is using a very friendly and conversational tone today. I think it is a debate preview, and he sounds good!

Porchlight

40 thousand at a Portland rally ... oh the Decemberists were playing.

That's the one I was thinking of.

Trump got almost 30K in Huntsville AL back in the primary. No band playing.

maryrose

Happy Birthday JamesD

the generalisticly deplorable rich

http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2016/09/how_bill_clinton_sent_manufacturing_jobs_to_china.html

an article relevant to the side conversation going on ...

Michael  (fpa Patriot4Freedom)

James D - Happy Birthday.

Hope you have a terrific b'day this year.

Fundamentally Deplorable Barbara

Because the NYPD and the FBI can keep watch lists but they still have to wait until the perps actually commit a crime before they can do anything pro-active to stop it.

derwill,

They can and do conduct "anti-terrorism activities" for want of a better expression. The success of any program depends on the effort that's put into it, and that depends on the political leadership of the country as well as that of each jurisdiction.

DebinNC gave a good example of that above at 12:58 when she noted the inaction of the police chief in Ashville. The same thing happened in Baltimore. I would bet anything that those officers wanted to get in there and restore order.

The Infamous Ignatz

Happy birthday JamesD.
May your wish be granted as you blow out the candles on your cake that those on your list die in a consuming fire. :)

Miss Marple 2, Deplorable and Proud of it

On NAFTA, Trump says we will renegotiate or we will walk away and start all over again.

the generalisticly deplorable rich

iirc he had Senator Sessions ... a rock star in his own right.

Miss Marple 2, Deplorable and Proud of it

Speaking of unnecessary regulations, back in the 90's the furniture manufacturers were forced by the EPA to quit using their traditional lacquer and use a new, water-based finish.

Finishes peeled and didn't have the luster of the older pieces. Thomasville Furniture had a real problem with it and I don't think it ever was as good a finish as the older lacquer.

Lots of money lost (and jobs, eventually) with that one regulation alone.

henry

Yes Rich, as I recall the bribe returned via the Buddhist Temple campaign contributions.

DebinNC

Well, that's the first Trump rally speech I've heard, and it was invigorating.

Michael  (fpa Patriot4Freedom)

Uh-oh . . . the prezzie's rewriting history again.

oBOzo told the U.N. today that in the last eight years:

"We have taken away terrorist safe havens around the world" and "We have resolved the Iranian nuclear issue through diplomacy."

Guess he missed that whole thing about the creation/rise/expansion of ISIS across the ME, Africa and the Asian sub-continent in the last four years.
As for Iran, his definition of 'resolved' wrt to Iran's nuclear 'issue' brings to mind the famous line from The Princess Bride:


. . . and don't get me started on his claim to believe in a liberalism "that respects the rule of law."

History will not consider him a president who paid fealty to the rule of law.


btw, heard a guest on FNC that described oBOzo's version of foreign policy as a naive kind of 'diplomacy through concession' in the hope of inducing our enemies to think better of us.
That's one of the better descriptions I've heard of his vaunted FP outreach.


Beasts of England

Beasts and the Beaststones would have played if he'd asked, Porch!!

Captain Hate

Tammy is really laying into Poppy Bush for letting Kathleen be his messenger for his spiteful promise to vote against the guy who blew Señor Yeb out of the water. If Prince Jebby wasn't up for beating Trump in the primaries he was a poor candidate in the general.

Porchlight

iirc he had Senator Sessions ... a rock star in his own right.

He did. But still, it says something about Dem voters, and ours.

Porchlight

Beasts and the Beaststones would have played if he'd asked, Porch!!

You'll get your chance yet, Beasts. :)

Fundamentally Deplorable Barbara

Cavuto says that a Monmouth Poll in Florida has Hillary Clinton back up 46% to Trump's 41%.

I know these polls fluctuate, but I can't believe that she has performed so well in the last week or two to make that much of a difference in the polls.

James D

My cousin the very liberal fed gov employee just posted this on FB:

#TerrenceCrutcher is why some NFL players choose to kneel. #TerrenceCrutcher is why we should all kneel.

How do you reason with that?

henry

James, agree and further suggest immediate hanging of any govt employee doing anything wrong. ;)

Fundamentally Deplorable Barbara

oBOzo's version of foreign policy as a naive kind of 'diplomacy through concession' in the hope of inducing our enemies to think better of us.

Michael,

It's the same non-strategy, strategy that Lyndon Johnson used wrt Vietnam. We all know how well that worked.

sbw

CNN defends adding “racial” to Trump profiling comments.

Sorry, CNN, “racial” is a leftist dog whistle.

clarice

Capt Hate, Buckeye:https://www.conservativeoutfitters.com/blogs/news/92961857-john-kasich-took-202-700-from-george-soros

the generalisticly deplorable rich

>>>Yes Rich, as I recall the bribe returned via the Buddhist Temple campaign contributions.

Posted by: henry | September 20, 2016 at 01:24 PM<<<

I was thinking of the Clinton Administration moving launch licenses from State to Commerce for the benefit of Boeing and Loral.

let's reelect that whole crew and see what happens

http://www.eagleforum.org/psr/1998/june98/psrjune98.html

I was thinking that the furniture side conversation was touching upon what we were talking about a few threads back too. I think part of the answer I'm thinking of is that companies are looking to shrink the deadweight loss of noncash compensation of their labor force ... the easiest way to do so is through contractors. Another driver of technology is that it is a way to deliver products using low skilled labor[*].

*overly broad at this point in my brainstorming: think of it as a shift of the skill going to the machine and the machine operator only having to focus on a single, simple task.

I com back to this quote from Rothbard too: "The general atmosphere of a "seller-market" will lead to a decline in the quality of goods and services to consumers, since consumers often resist price increases less when they occur in the form of downgrading quality. The quality of work will decline in an inflation for a more subtle reason: people become enamored of "get rich quick" schemes, seemingly within their grasp in an era of ever-rising prices, and often scorn sober effort."

Apply that to furniture in North Carolina or an air conditioner maker in Indiana.

Beasts of England

Drudge is linking this at the moment. Watch her eyes for a few moments - something is clearly wrong with the Hillbot 3.1 operating system.

http://www.theamericanmirror.com/mystery-going-hillarys-eyes-philly-speech/

daddy

Did I see correctly that the Bomber Perp's dad called him a Terrorist on camera a year before Donald Trump started his Presidential Campaign?

If so, great! He obviously still became a Terrorist by listening to some White Conservative American saying derogatory dog-whistle stuff about Islam as Hillary tells us, but it couldn't have been Trump.

Porchlight

I know these polls fluctuate, but I can't believe that she has performed so well in the last week or two to make that much of a difference in the polls.

Barbara,

Here you go, from the Monmouth release. She didn't improve - the previous Monmouth poll was Clinton +9.

West Long Branch, NJ - Hillary Clinton holds a 5 point lead over Donald Trump in the crucial swing state of Florida. This is slightly less than the 9 point lead she held in a Monmouth University Poll of Sunshine State voters taken last month.

Slightly! Try 44% less.

http://www.monmouth.edu/polling-institute/reports/MonmouthPoll_FL_092016/

the generalisticly deplorable rich

daddy-

I think it was to the FBI but nothing would surprise me at this point.

Appalled (Alt-Moderate)

Ignatz:

Your wish at 1:18, if granted, would put a large portion of the population in flames, and have untold impacts on the climate.

Hey, my hair is starting to smoke....

the generalisticly deplorable rich

>>>He did. But still, it says something about Dem voters, and ours.

Posted by: Porchlight | September 20, 2016 at 01:42 PM<<<

I have to agree with you on that point. Dems need to get the walking around money deposited. Who would willing go waste an afternoon to see Hillary drone on for a few minutes?

the generalisticly deplorable rich

::rich with a can of gas ready to help Appalled::

I can help you out Appalled.


daddy

Just keeping track of the Lone Wolf's family, who came to the States 20 years ago for asylum.

His Mother is currently in Turkey.
His Wife is currently in the UAE.
His Brother is currently in Afghanistan.

Thank goodness they were given asylum.

Appalled (Alt-Moderate)

Hey, that's kind of deplorable, Rich...

the generalisticly deplorable rich

Appalled-

my kidding tag didn't print. I was joking, obviously, and do like to read your comments.

Porchlight

What do you mean, daddy? Just because they were fleeing terrible conditions in their home country, doesn't mean they shouldn't be allowed to go back to visit whenever they want and for however long they want!

Fundamentally Deplorable Barbara

Thanks, Porchlight!

It serves me right for watching TV.

Porchlight

You're welcome, Barbara.

It's easy to feel that slight panic sensation anytime a not-awesome poll is mentioned. :)

daddy

The Rahami Kahn's: "We need asylum in America because the country we live in is so horrible.

America: You sound like you guys might become positive, productive new citizens. What's your plan?"

The Rahami Kahn's:" We plan on taking Welfare, making money, going back to our country we're running away from, and telling everybody back home and throughout the Middle East how much we hate America."

America: C'mon in!

The Rahami Kahn's: You didn't say "Please," you infidel bastards!

Porchlight

BTW, re: the Maine poll - last month it was Clinton +10 statewide, now tied.

Miss Marple 2, Deplorable and Proud of it

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1EuZ5ObQp8&feature=youtu.be

New Trump TV ad. Directed towards female voters, I think. I am glad to see them starting to put positive stuff out.

jimmyk on iPhone

" something is clearly wrong with the Hillbot 3.1 operating system."

My first guess is that she's listening to her earpiece. Note that her hair is skillfully placed to conceal her ears.

Beasts of England

@narciso: there's no way in heck that someone can handle Noforn, Gamma data without a clearance and need-to-know. Steve57 is absolutely full of it...

Beasts of England

Maybe Hillbot 3.2 will have the implant. :)

DebinNC

Maybe Huma and Trump Jr. can be the pre-debate designated ear-piece checkers, because I want someone to make sure HC isn't plugged in to lie-central.

the generalisticly deplorable rich

daddy-

it could also be the dad was a false CI. think the fbi has been burned a few times with Islamist CIs.

lyle

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/440198/never-nevertrump-not-voting-trump-republican-suicide

VDH:

In farming, I learned there is no good harvest, only each year one that’s 51 percent preferable to the alternative, which in 2016 is a likely 16-year Obama-Clinton hailstorm.

It may be discomforting for some conservatives to vote for the Republican party’s duly nominated candidate, but as this Manichean two-person race ends, it is now becoming suicidal not to.

Yup.

Captain Hate

Flying pig alert: Tammy praised High Cheekbones for her grilling of Wells Fargo CEO for his unusual concept of taking responsibility for screw ups.

daddy

Listening to Rush in Hour 2 go thru VDH's excellent NRO column attacking the Never Trumpers: Never NeverTrump

Dennis Prager made an interesting point I thought very valid last night.

He said that the #NeverTrumper's were now in the position of being stuck where they are because of emotions and feelings, not because of thoughtful argument.

That reminded me that Kevin Williamson's initial diatribes against Trump fans was because they were all stupid locals who only liked Trump because of feelings, not because of any thoughtful argument. We were too stupid to let logic rule and just went with emotion.

Now Dennis Prager is saying, that the roles have been reversed. The #NeverTrumper's have painted themselves into such a pretzel logic corner, that all they have left to fall back on is their feelings, their emotions, not their logic, because their logic now demands that they vote for Trump or hand the country over to the worst enemy of Conservative logic ever. Kevin Williamson has become the epitome of what he said he despised in Trump fans---an emotional mess guided by feelings alone, but not by thought.

Porchlight

Prager is right, daddy.

I said a couple of days ago that I felt sorry for NeverTrumpers because they dug into a position early and now can't abandon it for fear of looking foolish. They know they're wrong now, but the worst of them still can't manage to get over it.

The thing is, they are not only doing the wrong thing, they are missing out on all the fun.

Decius has a really good grasp of all of this. But even he falls back on some of the NeverTrump tropes now and again.

Beasts of England

Quite right, daddy. Head over to Patterico and witness the emotionalism and pretzel logic displayed on each Trump thread. They screwed up when they declared 'never', and then they lacked the simple courage to say that they made a mistake. It's sickening.

Appalled (Alt-Moderate)

rich:

I was kidding and figured you were kidding, too as well, riffing of your tag.

Beasts of England

And to expand on Porch's point: they are indeed missing out on the fun of defeating Hillary - something we've all waited to do for decades - and that is compounding their anger, and making them even more prone to stupidity. I'd feel sorry for them, but they're playing an extraordinarily dangerous game.

jimmyk

He said that the #NeverTrumper's were now in the position of being stuck where they are because of emotions and feelings, not because of thoughtful argument.

Wasn't an important part of the #NeverTrump argument that he can't win? Since that's obviously no longer true, that part of it evaporates, so you'd think honesty on their side would require recognition and reconsideration. But instead they are falling back on attacking his character and positions, never mind how those compare with the Harridan's.

Porchlight

The other crazy thing about NeverTrumpers is their insistence on bringing up facts that are about a hundred years old in election-years. Such as how Trump has been married three times, or that four of his businesses have gone bankrupt. Or they fall back on things like "He's just a stalking horse for Hillary" which is absurd on its face. It's like they're still stuck in October 2015.

AFAICT they're trapped in their grief reaction to not getting their white knight conservative candidate over the finish line. Worse for them, they are slowly waking up to the fact that there is no such thing as a perfect white knight conservative, and never will be.

Again, I recommend Decius on this:
http://amgreatness.com/2016/09/17/an-interview-with-decius/

RattlerGator

Condolences to RattlerGator whose Gators' QB is out this week with a knee injury.
Posted by: DebinNC | September 20, 2016 at 10:26 AM

Thank you, DebinNC. Condolences accepted. *And* my Jaguars got the daylights beaten out of them in San Diego on Sunday. Definitely not a good weekend but hope springs eternal.

Beasts of England

It was a big part, jimmyk - in their minds only. I remember seeing a dozen comments from a few months ago declaring that Trump was going to lose Utah!! lol

daddy

Porch,

A friend asked me which of the "NeverTrumpers are still "NeverTrumpers, and had any fallen off the #NeverTrump bandwagon?

Beats me. I know that of the guys that post at NRO, Prager and VDH are not #NeverTrumpers, and I have to assume Andy McCarthy is not either, due to yesterdays excellent column. But that we are still asking that question is odd. My friend mentioned that Jonah and Rich Lowry seem to be sort of tending a bit from #NeverTrump, but my point is that these guys have the megaphones to explicitly state to the entire world at any time what their current thinking is, and if we are wondering where they currently sit it is because they are intentionally staying silent about it.

That, in my view, is intellectual cowardice. Time for NRO to come out and put the same list of names up there as they did months back and have them state their current thoughts "feelings" on the matter, now that Trump has destroyed the Republican nomination field, won the Primary, and is gnawing at Hillary's cloven cankles like a Bronx Bulldog.

lyle

Trump is as "conservative" as Willard or Sidney!

Beasts of England

Out against Tennessee, RattlerGator? Yikes!

the generalisticly deplorable rich

I think in Williamson's case he was emotional at the start. He was never going to be argued out of his nevertrumpism.

Porchlight

jimmyk, from the beginning, they've flipped back and forth from "oh no, he can't win!" to "oh no, he's going to win!" Now that it appears he in fact can win, they've had to jump permanently to the "he shouldn't win" lilypad.

That is, as you say, a precarious place to be, intellectually and morally, for people who have extolled the vices of Hillary Clinton for most of the last 25 years.

And it's not emotionally pleasant either, I can imagine. I'm glad I'm not there.

The Infamous Ignatz

I think there is a big difference between forthrightly recognizing Trump's inconsistencies, flaws and peculiarities and nevertrump tropes.

Porchlight

I think there is a big difference between forthrightly recognizing Trump's inconsistencies, flaws and peculiarities and nevertrump tropes.

Yes, if in doing so one also notes Trump's particular skills and virtues, which are significant. Decius didn't do that, and the flaws he listed are pretty typical of the NeverTrump catalog.

The Infamous Ignatz

Williamson revealed a very unpleasant character and persona behind his essayist facade.
The funny thing is the illogical, emotional, inconsistent, stupid, low-character Trump has induced his fiercest critics on the right to demonstrate they trail even the gruesome Donald in most of those area.

lyle

Parlor game: scan the following and spot the lies, obfuscations and other bullshit:

https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/2016/09/20/obama-praises-america-as-america-as-rare-superpower-acting-beyond-narrow-self-interest/

Full disclosure: I had to bail pretty quick because I felt my lunch starting to come back up.

Porchlight

Damn TypePad.

daddy, I love your idea. NRO trumpeted Their Principles when they put out that NeverTrump issue.

Let's see where those Principles are now.

The Infamous Ignatz

--Decius didn't do that--

He didn't?

the deplorable buccaneer morgan

I wondered about that, it didn't seem kosher,

the generalisticly deplorable rich

this was from his very first column, the day Trump announced his candidacy:

>>>Donald Trump, being Donald Trump, announced his candidacy at Trump Tower, making a weird grand entrance via escalator — going down, of course, the symbolism of which is lost on that witless ape. But who could witness that scene — the self-made man who started with nothing but a modest portfolio of 27,000 New York City properties acquired by his millionaire slumlord father, barely out of his latest bankruptcy and possibly headed for another one as the casino/jiggle-joint bearing his name sinks into the filthy mire of the one U.S. city that makes Las Vegas look respectable, a reality-television grotesque with his plastic-surgery-disaster wife, grunting like a baboon about our country’s “brand” and his own vast wealth — and not see the peerless sign of our times?<<<

the generalisticly deplorable rich

and yes that is a single sentence and 124 words.

Marlene,Wicked Deplorable

The Portland paper is reporting that George H.W. Bush made an unannounced trip to L.L.Bean today. The elder Bush decided to do some shopping before returning to Texas. L.L.Bean executives gave him a tour of the store and a gift of Bean boots.
He declined to answer questions about who he will vote for,but agreed to take pictures with other shoppers.

lyle

and yes that is a single sentence and 124 words.

Except for that weird dot after the word "ape." :)

Miss Marple 2, Deplorable and Proud of it

As far as I can see, it's mainly male jealousy cloaked in conservative double-talk. Williamson grew up in a small Texas town and is not from a wealthy background. So in that paragraph we see:

1. Jealousy about money and th ebeginings Fred Trump gave his son.
2. Disdain for running hotels and casinos, which made Trump a lot of money.
3. Jealousy about Trump's fame from The Apprentice.
4. Burning jealousy that Teump is married to a super model who, as far as I know, hasn't had much plastic surgery and is pretty swell looking, if you ask me.

Not a pretty site.

I note that when they ran that issue they had several "guest stars" like Glenn Beck and Dana Loesch. Beck has descended into madness and sees his empire crumbling into, dare I say it, BANKRUPTCY and I heard Dana Loesch ranting on the radio yesterday (for only a small time as I changed the channel) that those rallies meant NOTHING, NOTHING I SAY as it doesn't tell you who will win, referring to Romney as an example.

I wonder if Rich Lowry would like to have those two do another guest article now.

Porchlight

He didn't?

In that interview which I was mostly thinking of when I wrote that comment, he didn't IMO.

Beasts of England

Was that spew courtesy of Williamson, rich?

the generalisticly deplorable rich

damn it. damn it. damn it.

DebinNC

I wasn't familiar with Williamson until he raised his profile by going NeverTrump. The above quote imo makes him seem jealous, petty, a poor judge of character, but at least I know his name. In case that's been his main objective, "Good job, Kev!"

the generalisticly deplorable rich

beasts-

it was Williamsons' first column the day Trump announced.

any yes that was a period after ape. But the second sentence drags on quite a while.

the deplorable buccaneer morgan

I can't even mention this level of incompetence, I guess all the horses had fled,

http://truepundit.com/hillary-clinton-it-guru-posted-servers-security-keys-on-public-forum-opening-door-for-hackers-to-access-emails/

lyle

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/09/is_hillary_setting_a_trap_for_trump_.html

Anyone believe Hilligula is capable of a little rope-a-dope?

Beasts of England

That's funny, Miss Marple. Romney had one or two rallies with yuge attendance. Trump has held dozens of such rallies in different states over an eight month period. Dana has lost her precious little mind if she thinks it doesn't matter...

The Infamous Ignatz

--In that interview which I was mostly thinking of when I wrote that comment, he didn't IMO. --

Oh. Not sure that's fair depending on what the questions were and considering space or time limitations on most interviews.
His fuller views of Trump are in his many essays on the race.

Art in Newport

MM, I would say severe male jealousy if he described Melania Trump as a 'plastic-surgery-disaster '.

rse

Bean boots fit with the floods texas has been having. Hope he made them hi-tops.

First christmas my eldest could not get home I bought red a pair of bean boots and then deducted his account as I warned him I would do. She spent all four years of college proud to be wearing those bean boots "from her brother."

The diva got a lovely bathrobe from saks that I noticed has gone to college with her.

Now he just tells me to shop for "the girls" and to take it out of his account.

the generalisticly deplorable rich

don't want to link it, but the title is “Witless Ape Rides Escalator" for those interested.

Beasts of England

Williamsom is as small, petty, and intellectually challenged as King Putt.

The Infamous Ignatz

--and yes that was a period after ape.--

Maybe it was a tiny fig.

the generalisticly deplorable rich

Art-

or he's playing on another team ...

Beasts of England

Have you seen a picture of Williamson? Ha! I doubt he's ever gotten any without the assistance of a financial transaction.

The Infamous Ignatz

--Anyone believe Hilligula is capable of a little rope-a-dope?--

I'd say she's halfway there.

Miss Marple 2, Deplorable and Proud of it

lyle,

I am sure they will try something like that, as well as a fabricated personal attack.

The thing is, I don't think Trump is unprepared for such maneuvers. He's not one to be cowed into silence, false accusations will be met with him calling her a liar to her face (and giving NUMEROUS examples of other lies). If she tries to paint him into a corner with accusing him of bankruptcy, he can bring up the Haiti mess and the watered down AIDS vaccine.

He isn't going into this like Mr. Milquetoast Mitt Romney. He wants to win this and if it takes streetfighting to do it, he will.

I am also sure Lester Holt will try to play the race card. I don't think that will work either.

lyle

http://spectator.org/terrorism-and-the-blame-game/

Lord lowers the boom on Williamson and his debutantes.

The harsh fact of political life in this campaign season is that yes, of course Hannity is right. The Never Trumpers — and the list is longer than the names mentioned even by Hannity — will in fact own Hillary if she wins. From her Supreme Court appointments that promise decades of attacks from within on the Constitution to terrorist attacks on American soil to Obamacare to the inevitable parade of scandals, every last bit of it will rest on their shoulders.

To pretend outrage at the charge may make them feel better, but it doesn’t make the point any less true. And the only thing snarking on Twitter about Sean Hannity does is just underline the point of exactly how responsible for a Hillary presidency all of these Never Trumpers will be.

But don't worry, this country can survive four eight more years of Hilligula's wicked blend of incompetence, viciousness, vindictiveness, and imperiousness...

lyle

I'm hoping Lester Dolt will try to play the space alien card, MM2.

Marlene,Wicked Deplorable

rse,the Bean execs also gave him a pair of moccasin slippers and his Secret Service agents received shirts. I think he'll be wearing the slippers more than the boots,because he uses a wheelchair.
L.L.Bean is an experience. When we drive to Portland,hubby usually encourages me to take a nap about the time we reach Augusta. That way,he can keep driving on 95 and avoid 295. Or as the daughter used to say,are we going the L.L.Bean way? Ha.

DebinNC

"The Comeback Kid" gambit worked for BC in 2004. "The Wounded Bird" gambit might have worked for Hillary if she hadn't combined the coughing and curb-diving with vicious name-calling of Americans whose unforgivable sin is preferring Donald Trump over her. She's a vulture and sees non-supporters as carrion.

the generalisticly deplorable rich

lyle-

ugggh. maybe. maybe a little too far. I suppose Team Coven could roll out Hillary v6.6.6build666 (less Human, more Satan) but I think the vids of all her bizarre eye twitching, barely about to scale stairs, and coughing fits militates against anything like that. I don't doubt the media will portray her making it though without any sort of incident as courageous and heroic.

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