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June 15, 2017



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James D

is it safe to assume that there is zero action by any elected Republican to do anything about this Mueller leak fiasco?

Yes. Yes it is.


US Open, blimp fire, crash.


is it safe to assume that there is zero action by any elected Republican to do anything about this Mueller leak fiasco?

It's no who we are

No Sitting Ducks

Either assign every American two officers to guard them 24/7/365 or pass National Concealed-Carry Reciprocity (redundant to the 2nd amendment).

Adding more laws that make it more difficult for law abiding citizens to protect themselves from loons and criminals (i.e. liberals) will only make matters worse.

The Bernie Bro shooter had to pass background checks in Illinois where it appears he still had a residence.



Mere words from a LIAR

"We've had a very, very divided country for many years and I have a feeling that Steve has made a great sacrifice but there could be some unity being brought to our country. Let's hope so."

Dave (in MA)

Carried over from the prev. thread, I used NYT logic to determine that Google has targeted me for assassination:

Mere words from a LIAR

More LYING lies from Prevaricator in chief


Just you Dave.

Follow the money

shit just got real around the White House on Wednesday night, but shit hasn't been anything but real there ever since the country determined it would be best led for the next four to eight years by a vulgar talking yam. As everyone who follows Preet Bharara on the electric Twitter machine—and why don't you, by the way?—knew was coming, the news that special counsel Robert Mueller had rolled out the railroad artillery broke well after the close of business. From The Washington Post:

The move by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III to investigate Trump's conduct marks a major turning point in the nearly year-old FBI investigation, which until recently focused on Russian meddling during the presidential campaign and on whether there was any coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. Investigators have also been looking for any evidence of possible financial crimes among Trump associates, officials said. Trump had received private assurances from then-FBI Director James B. Comey starting in January that he was not personally under investigation. Officials say that changed shortly after Comey's firing.

Now You Tell Us

Now that liberals are shooting people over fake news, maybe it's time to start coming clean...

" The Hill‏ Verified account @thehill

Maddow: It's "absolutely possible" Trump didn’t know about Russia hacking http://hill.cm/soUYhMA "



Frau Volltreffer

Lies from the psycho-neurotic pervert.


Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday said his country is ready to offer James Comey asylum if the former FBI director should face political persecution.

“If Comey will be under the threat of political persecution, we are ready to accept him here,” Putin said, speaking at the president’s annual, televised question-and-answering session with the Russian people. “It sounds very strange when the head of the security services writes down a conversation with the commander-in-chief and then leaks it to the media through his friend.”


What happened to unity

Alex Moe @AlexNBCNews

Pelosi on political discourse: it didn’t use to be this way, somewhere in the 90s republicans decided on politics of personal destruction


I'm only LYING when I say let's have covafefe coffee. Frau Munchausen

Frau Volltreffer

Ralph M. is stepping on Adam Schiff-Happenz' lines.

"I mean, Russia clearly did this attack, and there's lots of circumstantial evidence that points at lots of unexplained and surreptitious contact between Trump people and Russian people at the time that was happening," she said. "But circumstantial evidence is circumstantial evidence. This is a serious thing that needs to be chased down to the end."

The Hill link @ 12:43


In a striking break from how Congress normally crafts legislation, including Obamacare, the Senate is conducting its negotiations behind closed doors. The process began five weeks ago, after the House passed its version of health care reform, with a small working group of 13 senators rather than the broader committees who usually handle the issue.

The opaque process makes it impossible to evaluate whether there are any significant changes coming to health care. There are no hearings with health experts, industry leaders, and patient advocacy groups to weigh in where the public can watch their testimony or where Democrats can offer amendments.

“We'll let you see the bill when we finally release it,” Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) told reporters on Tuesday. He added that “nobody is hiding the ball here” and that people were “free to ask anybody anything.”.


Newsweek has another leak... some former Rogers deputy that wrote a memo "Trumps wants Rogers to tell the world no evidence found," which is a plea for transparency. But this guy will meet with Mueller et al to twist it into "obstruction." Indict that clown for the leak.


Obama claimed in his book pre publishing bio that he was born in KENYA. HIS BOOK, HIS BIO, HIS APPROVAL.

People are bad evil and BIRTHERS for believing Obama.

Donald Trump has NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING INVOLVING RUSSIA WHATSOEVER. No hacking, no election interference, no collusion.

Yet mother [email protected]#ing MFMers and LIBTARD/MARXISTS seem to believe he has done something. ZERO PROOF, ZERO EVIDENCE, not even a single ACCUSATION.


that put Ms. Giffords and 19 other Democrats under stylized cross hairs.

I coulda sworn even earlier versions read: that put the faces of Ms. Giffords and 19 other Democrats under stylized cross hairs.

Could be wrong, but someone should check a dead-tree copy.

Captain Hate

Frau, it turns out Mrs H has read The Luminaries and enjoyed it a great deal. For some reason I erroneously assumed it wasn't as recent a book as it is.

So Charles Blow debunked the spurious Loughner/Palin connection? I would've lost that bet.

Make corruption Presidential!

But don't worry, Trump didn't spend a dime of his own money to come for the event. Instead, he stuck taxpayers with the bill by making it an "official visit" by stopping at the Waukesha County Technical College to promote a job training program.

Odd thing about that is that has been one of Walker's major talking points for years, claiming that it would create all these good paying jobs. However, despite all of Walker's crowing about this plan, 2016 was the worst year for job creation as long as Walker has been governor:

Wisconsin added just 11,590 private sector jobs in 2016, good for a growth rate of 0.5 percent according to data released Friday by the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development.

Those numbers mark the slowest job growth of any year since Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wisconsin) took office, and is based on data that comes from the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW).

Gov. Walker has referred to the QCEW numbers as the most accurate data available in the past, because it is based on survey of 96 percent of all employers in the state.

Contributing to the slower growth in 2016 was a decline in manufacturing jobs. Wisconsin suffered a loss of 3,776 jobs in the state's second-largest industry.

↓ Story continues below ↓

On top of that, the average salary had dropped another 0.6%, shrinking the middle class even further. Walker tried to explain it all away by blaming the workers, claiming that they are all unqualified. In reality, many workers are qualified for the jobs, but don't want to do them for a fraction of the going market wages.

Trump also bragged that Wisconsin may soon see bigly news as a "major manufacturer of electronics was considering opening a plant in Wisconsin. Good news, right?

Not so much in reality (emphasis mine):

A Taiwanese company that assembles Apple’s iPhones and other electronics is considering building a plant in Wisconsin that could employ thousands of people and give Gov. Scott Walker a huge political boost as he prepares to run for re-election.

A person with direct knowledge of the negotiations who was not authorized to speak publicly confirmed to The Associated Press on Wednesday that the state is in talks with Foxconn. At least one other upper Midwest state, Michigan, is also pursuing the plant.

President Donald Trump alluded to negotiations with an unspecified company during a visit to Milwaukee on Tuesday, saying Walker might get “a very happy surprise very soon.” Trump said “we were negotiating with a major, major incredible manufacturer of phones and computers and televisions.”

Foxconn assembles smartphones and other devices for Apple, Sony, Blackberry and other brands — mostly in China, where its plants employ about 1 million people. It has been the subject of complaints for years about its labor practices and worker suicides at plants in China that manufacture Apple products.

They sound nice. Who wouldn't want a job that will drive you to suicide?

I wonder if, at some time during the day, Walker and Trump had a chance for a nice chat about how to deal with major investigations into their corruption and how to legalize said corruption?

One other point that stood out about the day. Sheriff David Clarke, who was one of Trump's loudest supporters and who claimed to be taking a job in Trump's Homeland Security (even though it's never been confirmed) was no where to be seen during the day. Even Clarke's twitter account was oddly silent for the last two days? Could it be that Clarke's big mouth cost him the job offer and now his fee fees are hurt? Or could it be that Clarke was just lying his ass off all along? Or did Walker and/or Trump tell him not to bother showing up? Inquiring minds want to know.


I think that next time I run for Senate my platform should be that I will promise to leak to the Press everything that is top secret and discussed behind closed doors by any Govt officials.

jimmyk on iPad

Of course I covered this on the last thread :), but this is worth reposting IMNSHO:

And it seems Palin was contemplating a libel suit vs the NYT over the editorial. Wonder if that accounts for the swiftness of its correction?


Dave (in MA)


More Troops..NO PLAN!!

Indeed, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster has been pressing the case for the strategy with cabinet secretaries and the president. Initially he had hoped to get the president to agree to the strategy before last month's NATO summit.

Nonetheless, Trump has yet to sign off on it. Administration officials tell me he has been wary of getting sucked into a quagmire. Other cabinet members, like Attorney General Jeff Sessions, are wary of making a long-term commitment to the government in Afghanistan, given the track record of the last two American administrations in navigating such relationships. Trump conveyed these concerns to the national security cabinet as recently as Monday.

Captain Hate

somewhere in the 90s republicans decided on politics of personal destruction

That simple mobbed up witch is blaming Scalise for being shot.


Scott Adams says fire Mueller for leaking. Have Rosenstein get a new SP. When that guy leaks, fire him. Get a 3rd one who leaks? Fire him, too.

Too simple and logical. Would never work in DC.

Old Lurker

Pelosi "somewhere in the 90's REPUBLICANS decided...?

Clarence Thomas and Robert Bork might take issue with that.


In retrospect, I'm falling into the NYT's intended ambiguity (weasel words). The earlier version didn't say crosshairs were on their faces, but written in a way to imply that. In fact the crosshairs were on congressional districts.

Ralph Gizzip

What the NYT fails to inform readers is those crosshairs used by the Palin PAC were placed on a map of the US highlighting a number of districts. There were no pictures of politicians shown.


But are these the same ethics lawyers that steered Sesssions to recuse himself when he didn't have to?

Posted by: lurkersusie | June 15, 2017 at 11:13 AM

Why do we do this? I mean, seriously. Why do this? The man just testified under oath that he recused himself on day one in his position; this was part of their brilliant anticipation of what was very likely coming and their very wise countermeasures to blunt the bogus BS script DC so loves to fake.

Job well done.

But we're going to insist it was some mean ole bureaucrat lawyer that gave them bad advice?


I have faith in Trump and Sessions. Neither strikes me as an idiot. Quite the opposite. I just don't think I have to be concerned with Mueller and the leaks, etc. In fact, IMHO open discussion about obstruction of justice appears just as likely to prepare or condition the public for a harsh look-see at the Obama Administration's spying and obstruction that are linked to this entirely manufactured question.

Ensnaring some idiotic Congressional staffers for leaking closed-session discussions is icing on the cake.

Frau Luegenpresse verrecke!

"Alleged"???????? Witnesses' lying eyes or Rebecca Savransky of The Hill?

The alleged gunman, injured in a shootout with Scalise’s security team, later died after being transported to a local hospital. He was identified by the FBI as James T. Hodgkinson, a 66-year-old Illinois native with a history of lashing out at Republicans and their policy agenda.

Which chimp do you thonk had the thankless task of writing that editorial.


one of janet's least favorite people has emerged with new employment--

off my list of places to visit in nyc--

New York City's Tenement Museum has named Kevin Jennings, a former Obama Education Department official and the co-founder of the LGBT education advocacy group GLSEN, as its new president.


MessNBC is planning a revisit of [gasp] Watergate in the near future.

Whatever could they be alluding..

I'm with Janet, I loathe the lot of them.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

The funny thing [not funny funny] is the Russkies did essentially nothing to alter the election. They just wanted to disrupt the US, and the Dems are more than happy to act as their agents to do so beyond Vlad's wildest dreams, by falsely claiming Trump did.


But GOP members in more competitive House seats—starting with the nearly two dozen in districts that voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016—can’t win simply by mobilizing Republicans. And both by defending Trump’s actions on the Flynn investigation and pursuing such a polarizing agenda, they risk unnerving voters uneasy about both. With Trump lurching from crisis to crisis, the decision by congressional Republicans to bond with him so tightly could magnify their greatest danger in the midterms: that ordinarily Republican-leaning voters, especially in white-collar suburbs, will conclude they need a Democratic Congress to exert more oversight on a volatile president.

Whatever strategy Republicans pursue, Trump will loom large in 2018. In the past three midterm elections, exit polls found that 82 percent to 84 percent of voters who disapproved of the incumbent president’s job performance voted against his party’s House candidates. And between 84 percent and 87 percent of those who approved of the president’s performance voted for his party. But in each case, because the president’s approval rating among voters fell well below 50 percent at the time of each contest, his party suffered big losses.

Fewer competitive seats today will make it tough for Democrats to achieve gains of that magnitude. But the most recent national Quinnipiac University national poll showed public attitudes intensifying this midterm trend: Nearly nine in 10 voters who disapprove of Trump said they preferred that Democrats control the House, while over nine in 10 voters who approve want Republicans in charge. The GOP’s problem is that Trump’s disapproval rating touched 60 percent in Gallup polling this week, while his approval rating remains stuck below 40 percent. In almost everything they are doing, congressional Republicans are taking the high-stakes risk of speaking almost exclusively to that smaller group—and widening their distance from the larger one.

jimmyk on iPad

I have a great idea for improving Typepad. The should include some code that prevents any commenter from cutting and pasting more than, say, 100 characters into the comment box.

I'd be willing to increase that to 200 characters if they included a feature that repeated attempts to exceed the limit would result in the user's computer self-destructing a la the old "Mission: Impossible" tape recorders.

Old Lurker

"New York City's Tenement Museum"

That's a joke, right?


If you were to ask these people who work for the NYT if the pen was mightier than the sword the vast majority of them would answer yes.

"Yet he will not help create that nation if he continues to advocate easy access to lethal weapons."

I think we need a background check on the Sulzberger and Slim families.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--In fact the crosshairs were on congressional districts.--

I guess we should consider it fortunate Palin's snipers didn't take out whole districts.

jimmyk on iPad

Is that the Jeopardy Ken Jennings who recently tweeted some garbage revealing himself to be an idiot SJW anti-Trumper?

jimmyk on iPad

OL, I've never been to the Tenement Museum, but it actually is supposed to be pretty interesting. No doubt, though, if it wasn't before, it's been turned into a vehicle of leftist propaganda about how social reformers saved us from heartless capitalist pig landlords like Donald Trump's father.

Give Trump The Hook

It comes from center-right Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull at an event that was supposed to be off the record. I’ll let the Guardian handle the rest of the set-up:

In his speech to the Canberra press gallery’s Midwinter Ball, the Australian equivalent of the White House correspondents’ dinner, Turnbull says: “The Donald and I, we are winning and winning in the polls. We are winning so much, we are winning, we are winning like we have never won before. We are winning in the polls. We are, we are. Not the fake polls. Not the fake polls. They’re the ones we’re not winning in.

“We’re winning in the real polls.

“You know, the online polls. They are so easy to win. I know that. Did you know that? I kind of know that. They are so easy to win. I have this Russian guy.

“Believe me it’s true, it’s true.”

That was tremendous, Malcolm. The US embassy in Canberra reacted correctly to this bit of minor satire by pooh-poohing it, but the Insult Comedian has yet to be heard from. He may compare Turnbull to Alec Baldwin and call him a LOSER. Trump loves fighting with our allies, after all.

This minor kerfuffle has given me a swell benign earworm. I’ll give Colin Hay and Men At Work the last word. It’s a tremendous tune. Believe me.

I hope Trump doesn’t try to force feed Turnbull a vegemite sammich when next they meet. Stay tuned



Good old Grand Old Party.


Different Ken Jennings i dont even want to broach what he was about.

Dave (in MA)

The JOMhorrhoid would just squeeze it out in 100 char chunks.


that Kamala gal is a great judge of people that you don't want to be near for any reason. Staffer busted for child endangerment.


As I catch up and see the media spin I think this from Rush continues make big picture sense:

Rush Limbaugh opens by saying that the reason for the leak yesterday was to get the story of the Scalise shooting by the mainstream Lefty guy off the front page news cycle.

Old Lurker

Sounds like yet another fool, Lyle.

matt, deplore me if you must

I used to spend a lot of time in Munich and right outside the side door of the Bayerische Hof Hotel is an outline in bronze of the body of an opposition politician shot down by the nazis in the late 1920' s as I recall.

Yesterday was an attempt at a mass political assassination and yet the WaPo and Times are diverting attention from this unheard of act to an alleged investigation of yesterday's news.

First Russia, then coverup, then obstruction. it is all a farce while the Left takes up arms and starts trying to kill people for real.

The murder tolls in Chicago and Baltimore are out of control and these assholes take a clear case of politically motivated attempted murder and do their best to misrepresent the facts and baffle their readers with bullshit.

They want to burn the country down and install their own fascist state. How much more obvious can it get?


matt, they could wear shirts with targets on them... out of solidarity for the baseball victims of course.

James D

Which chimp do you thonk had the thankless task of writing that editorial.

Are you kidding? They were all probably fighting for the privilege of writing it.

Give Trump The Hook

"I have faith in Trump and Sessions. Neither strikes me as an idiot. "

Just a matter of degree. They THINK they're smart not to put too fine a pointy head on them

Thomas Collins

No museum needed, OL. Last time I checked, the Hell's Kitchen tenement an apartment unit in which I used to spend many of my summers in the 60s and 70s looks the same as it did back then (even though the units now are selling for megabucks).

Captain Hate

That Harris story is from 2015. Twitter users seem overly prone to do that. No offense intended to henry of course.


Kevin Jennings was Obama's "safe schools czar".

He was best known for Teaching 7th graders how to and about FISTING.

BTW, who is President Trumps safe schools CZAR??


yeah CH... I got click baited.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

What would possess Rosenstein to appoint Nutjob Comey's BFF as SC?
If Mueller is a man of stellar integrity why wouldn't he have said "Hey Ron, Nutjob is my BFF; I decline."

Out of 330 million people, not a single competent person could be found who is not BFF with one or more of the individuals involved in this nothing burger?

Is there some rule that those outside the boundaries of the Swamp can't pass judgment on or investigate anyone in it?
Ignore that last question. Obviously there is.


Trump's safe schools czar? Isn't Sheriff Clarke involved in that?

jimmyk on iPad

--The JOMhorrhoid would just squeeze it out in 100 char chunks--

I think it would be frustrating, but in any case, my Mission: Impossible thing was intended to kick in when someone tried to do that. Granted the technology may not quite be there...

jimmyk on iPad

Right, Kevin =/= Ken :(. Joys of posting from an iPad.

Captain Hate

Tammy is going ballistics over the Qatar arms deal, claiming we're arming the Muslim Brotherhood.

Frau Luegenpresse verrecke!
More states confirm suspected cyberattacks sourced to DHS. “Channel 2 Investigative Reporter Aaron Diamant has learned two more states’ election agencies have confirmed suspected cyberattacks linked to the same U.S. Department of Homeland Security IP address as last month’s massive attack in Georgia. The two states reporting the suspected cyberattacks were West Virginia and Kentucky.”(Atlanta news)
It has to be Russians!

Could we do an eagle has landed with Tony abbott?


Damn good job of what, RG? Obfuscating? Ignoring reality?

Posted by: Barbara | June 15, 2017 at 10:42 AM

Barbara (and Iggy, etc.), a convincing argument has been made (IMHO) online that Comey himself and his associates are the very ones planting this information designed to get rid of Mueller. I'll let KK speak for himself on your question but . . . obfuscating? Ignoring reality? Really !?!

It is *extremely* likely IMHO that a gameplan is being executed and Mueller's meeting with Trump before his hiring was to probe his willingness to understand the President's concerns and to act, in an investigatory manner, to address those concerns.

I think that is what's happening right now and Session's unacknowledged MOAB the other day (some people are going to wish they had not leaked information) is driving the train right now. None of the Trump stuff is relevant; everything is about the leaks. And that trail (the history of leaking Intelligence Community work-product, that is) inevitably leads to Obama Administration spying and obstruction.

I also believe Mueller is doing this because his understanding of duty (and he *is* a military man) means he has to help restore the standing of the FBI, because he knows the Bureau (in part, because of his friend Comey) has been severely damaged.

As for that column from Andrew McCarthy, we all play the role of educated fool at times and I will simply repeat what I wrote the other day about him. It reflects my earlier comment to lurkersusie today:

If you are writing at this late stage that Jeff Sessions' recusal was a mistake (or unnecessary), as Andrew McCarthy did yesterday, you are hopelessly lost on this particular narrow issue and serve as a 100% Charlie Brown principled Republican. In the "war" we're in, it remains an amazing thing to behold. Lawyers can be so damn anal that they are genuinely stupid on certain matters where the actual black-letter law and the courtroom are far less important than the theatrics. Exhibit A: Andrew McCarthy.

So, Barbara, how does Andrew McCarthy answer Jeff Sessions' statement that he had recused himself from the very beginning? Or, the very clear wish by the DC crowd he had *not* done so because then all manner of speculation would still be on the table. Andrew is obviously damn good but he's off on this matter.

Lefty Trolls

Great News! The YMCA has free WiFi!!!


Have Rosenstein get a new SP. When that guy leaks, fire him. Get a 3rd one who leaks? Fire him, too.


I'm all for it. If nothing else it would have the media heads spinning trying to keep up and weaken the whole concept of a Special Anything.

"Who's the Special Counsel today, Rachel?"

"Well, I don't know Chuck. The last one was fired for misappropriation of public funds. The one before that was fired because he failed to pass a lie detector test when asked if he told the truth. His predecessor..." Seriously, I would like to see the whole drama defused and shut down forever.



If a mainstream Right Winger had shot Dem's yesterday at Ball Practice there is no way in the world that it would not be the top story on the News for the next 50 days running. Calls would be going out to impeach Trump for not damning such violence satisfactorily enough for the Dems, and he would be held personally responsible for the shootings due to his personal incivility. Each Republican in Congress would be called by the Media and their Dem colleagues to step up and denounce the violence and Donald Trump in particular, and there would be no Kumbaya talk unless it was 100% in agreement with a Dem Kumbaya based on publicly hating Trump and the Repubs.

But since it was a mainstream 'run of the mill' Lefty doing the shooting, it is already off the News cycle and the WaPo is telling us that it was not even one of the top 5 stories read by readers yesterday. That is the bogus meme that they are pushing.



You're dreaming. Mueller is bent!


they could wear shirts with targets on them... out of solidarity for the baseball victims of course.

Mitch Rapp doesn't need any stinkin' "targets":)

Captain Hate

So Red Slate is trying to separate themselves and Tepid from Breitbart and Insty? Thanks for making that clear.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


That was Scott Adams idea which I posted, and a damn good one, I think. Just keep firing them for leaking or whatever thing that isn't directly involved with the investigation.

Captain Hate

Sorry, it was Gateway Pundit and not Instapundit; not that they're that different in tone imo. Anyway here are the sellouts:



That puppy is darling! He has great parents in you and your husband who I hope is recovering steadily.
Shut down Special Prosecutor as Russia collusion is a false meme.
President Trump iis allowed to fire Comey at any time.
Comey is not allowed to leak for any reason.
Prosecute him now- no deals.

Jim Eagle


In Re the NYC Tenement Museum.

You're not missing much that you can't find in a portfolio of Jacob Riis photographs. Its down on Delancey St. just north of Two Bridges neighborhood. Big changes in the East Village since the lowly Irish, Italians and Jews had to sweat it out in the brownstones.

Did it once when we were down at the Seaport and it was on our way back to midtown. Fitting that a SJW like Jennings would be attracted to a job there.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Screw Red State. They published a Nazi flag with the swastika made up of multiple repitions of "Trump."

You know what they hare? Breitbart and Gateway and others are taking away what had been a nice little fiefdom.

David French was on Twitter doing the "oh, we must be introspective and assume our share of the blame" act.

No. I refuse. I have never once joked about assassinating a politician; that is abhorrent to me, as I was a sophomore in high school when JFK was killed. I have bever seen our side caught hiring thugs to beat people up. The biggest riot I ever saw Republicans in was when the Florida people caught the vote-counters trying to go into a room so they wouldn't be observed, and even then all they did was bang on the door (while tastefully dressed, may I add).

I am sick of these people like French acting like they are paragons of virtue. And do not get me started on Terry Sanford saying Trump must take some of the blame. That guy should be hit with a primary challenger immediately.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Miss Marple the Deplorable


This cheered me up.

JM Hanes


"Why do this? The man just testified under oath that he recused himself on day one in his position."

Because Sessions, himself, also stated that he solicited the advice of those very folks before making his decision.


Trump so shortsighted. Y3K is less than 983 years away.


Jim Eagle

The irony of an anti-Christian Bernie Sanders fan hanging out at an YMCA preparing to assassinate a Christian Congressman.


he was there for the seks.

Jim Eagle

Errata: I mean Bernie is anti-Christian not the shooter.....


I hope Palin follows through w libel case against NYT...there were even #nevertrumpers calling out nytopinion, today. It could be a platform to seek the "leaking lying no-named sources" responsible for much of today's political Hate rhetoric against POTUS Trump, in true efforts to subvert a government of, by and for the people. Not just the echo-chamber of elites, caught with their pants down--clueless in their denial, still.

Their "way" has resulted in the obliteration of creative free markets, American leadership. A true representative government OF American citizens* young-old-poor-tired-weak" has morphed through special interests donors, lobbyists to cater to the preferred class of "acceptables" abuse of Power throughout all branches in government .

All of the rank& file average accountable citizens --working--boots on the ground--are assigned to "deplorable" status. No exemptions, exclusions, access to be heard, for the hobittzes--we are assigned the crumbling schools, neighborhoods, where for votes, the "acceptables" will give you a cheap phone, food stamps and $20.
Bonus--if you hold a sign with RESIST, Trump ❤️Russia. If you're willing to shout, threaten, crash windows (a black bandana is also provided)--bus tickets to next riot at SEIU and Antifa offices.

So, could we use the courts to expose these "acceptables"? No, but Palin using the courts would certainly draw a clear line to where attention is needed!


Gus, I am excited to tell you I will be in Scotland for the next six days.


Your posts inspire me!
I feel positive about the future.
My husband keeps asking me to tell him when the unmasking trials begin or testimony from Rice Powers and Lynch.
Any info on that or the subpoenas issued by Nunes?


My husband wants to visit Scotland.
It is on our bucket list along with my fourth trip to Ireland.


Jay Caruso was ok on his old site, but then joined pAisley state and he'lost the scent.

daddy on iPad

The umpire for the Dem-Rep Ballgame tonite ought to wear a Mueller mask and call every pitch tossed to the Dems a Ball, and every pitch tossed to the Reps a Strike. After 9 Dems are walked across the plate the game should be called by forfeit and everyone should retire for a Kumbaya round of beer drinking at some local Pub. The Taxpayers should of course pick up the bill.

In addition, no member of the Repub Team including the manager should raise any protest whatever about the obviously unfair umpiring---he/she might mention it in a post game presser with the Press, but only in non-specific, nebulous terms, simply saying it was an unfortunate turn of events but that he/she felt it was not his/her place to argue balls and strikes with such an obviously unbiased umpire who from all previous press reports was considered by the Professional DC community as a really swell guy and totally unbiased.

Then after everyone of them is all good and drunk as farts, they should all get in their cars and drive home snockered and when pulled over after crashing into people and dogs and fench-posts they can say they are all on their way to the Capitol to vote so they have to be allowed to go Scot-free "Kennedy-free" without consequence, and then the next day they can all go on Summer vacation, except for the Republicans who will all have to apologize for offenses to an angry crowd of Mothers Against Drunk Driving, and to outraged PETA protesters, upset that Repubs used gloves made of cow hides.

So business as normal.


The umpire for the Dem-Rep Ballgame tonite ought to wear a Mueller mask

As long as he doesn't wear an Obama mask I think his career won't be jeopardized.


So it appears the Cosby jury is deadlocked, Now the Raymond Donovan question rears its head.

daddy on iPad

Hard to keep up with the fake news.

So did Curry and the Warriors say they would not go to the White House as reported by AP or is that a lie, and did American Express say they would pull funding from murdering Trump in the Park or was that a lie?

L'il help here as I'm on the road again.


I have little doubt Cosby is guilty as hell, but trying to prove these things years or decades later is a problem, especially when the victims don't assume some responsibility for reporting the crimes. I'm equally sure they had a sort of Stockholm syndrome or just stars in their eyes, which doesn't add up to consent but may be enough to get old Bill off the hook.


By the way, they weren't crosshairs; they were surveyors marks.

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