Mourning Joe: #Hillary2016 Imagines Superdelegates As Joe Biden Surfs Using His Son’s Coffin

Mourning Joe Biden is using the death of his son as a rationale to run for president. It’s not the first time Biden plugged into a family tragedy for personal political gain. If Joe Biden had family scruples he would tend to the living philanderer coke-head son and stop riding on the dead one’s coffin.

We sincerely hope Joe Biden runs for president against Hillary Clinton. We have two reasons for hoping the drunk lines up for the nomination race. Reason #1: maybe then Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, and Hillary2016, will finally wake up to the Barack Obama knife stuck in their backs. Reason #2: we want good Americans who enjoy sleazy gossip to get their fill.

This election cycle will be a sleazefest. On the GOP side the Republican establishment hopes are pinned on some scandal to bring down The Donald. Already, the allegation of rape has been trotted out but went flaccid as the alleged victim, the former wife, not only disputed the nonsense but also endorsed Donald Trump declaring he would be a grand president.

Hillary of course is the target of lots of sleaze allegations in Big Media. Most, if not all, of the sludge against Hillary comes from the Obama White House and Valerie Jarrett. As we know Barack Obama built his career secretly flinging an endless supply of Chicago stockyard feces and mud. It’s what Obama does.

Thus far however, Joe Biden has not faced the music. Other than an occasionally drunken dance, Joe Biden has been able to play the sad clown crying over a dead son.



Once the drunk dance is over, the piper must be payed. We’re here to collect.

As Obama connivers in the White House plot to bring Hillary2016 down, the pawn they have chosen is the perpetual loser Joe Biden. Joe Biden is a willing pawn, but a pawn nevertheless.

With the death of Joe Biden’s son Beau Biden, a path for pawns opened up for Joe Biden. For years Joe Biden has milked the story of the death of his wife. With the death of Beau Biden the path toward political profit became clear to dear ol’ Joe.

No one thought of Joe Biden for president in 2016. He’s a proven loser every time he has run for president. He’s been run out of a race because he is a plagiarist. Biden left his last presidential run after getting less than one percent of the vote in Iowa.

As everyone without political sense presumed, Hillary Clinton was to be the nominee in 2016. No one thought of Joe Biden, drunk in his basement, dancing as if he was back in The Villages of Florida. But with the death of Beau, a light bulb went pop, just like a badly implanted hair plug, over Joe’s woozy head.

Joe Biden went to the garbage scow called Maureen Dowd and told the sad tale, in ghastly detail, how on his death bed, good ol’ Beau begged daddy to run for president. It bought tears to our eyes.

We can see Beau, pallid and ashen, moments from death’s grip, barely able to lift a paw to talk to his paw. All very Grand Guignol. The only thing missing is a floating specter of the dead first wife rising through the headboard, or the liquor cabinet, to say “yes Joe, move towards the light, the klieg lights, nothing says grieving like a campaign press release, donor conferences, and a dead son quoted in the New York Times.”

Mourning becomes election.

Joe Biden might be mourning the death of his son’s electoral ambitions. Beau, at the time of his death was prepping to carry on the family dynasty with an election run for Governor of Delaware in 2016. It pains anyone in the Obama orbit to let a crisis go to waste. So Joe Biden will exploit the death of Beau and the death of Governor Biden 2016 to try a Biden 2016 presidential run.

Of course, the obvious way to balm the electoral itch in 2016 is to hunt for another Biden to run for office. As it happens there is a Hunter Biden in the family. But alas, Hunter ain’t getting jack. Why is that?

Pity Hunter Biden. Everyone is talking about Beau, the dead Biden, but few are talking about Hunter Biden. Why is that? Shouldn’t Joe think about Hunter, the son who lives?

In this age of gossip, let’s consider Hunter Biden. The last time Hunter Biden made a career move, few noticed. Big Media didn’t really think it was classy to discuss Hunter’s career moves. It was just not a topic to be discussed in polite company. But we didn’t go to Vassar.

Hunter Biden’s last career move was when he, was, um, 44:

The Navy Reserve discharged Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter this year after he tested positive for cocaine, U.S. officials confirmed.

The discharge of Biden, a 44-year-old lawyer and managing partner at an investment firm, was first reported by the Wall Street Journal on Thursday. He confirmed the report in a statement to CNN.

That was in 2014. By now, with the death of Beau in tow, surely that Biden spawn has mended his ways. Good thing Big Media, so busy going through Hillary’s and Trump’s underwear draws, managed to find so little time to track Hunter Biden’s career moves. By 2015, Hunter is ready to be first son.

Big Media will not step on Joe Biden’s dreams, not with Beau hovering above as the patron ghoul of the campaign. So Big Media has not discussed Hunter Biden’s latest outreach programs:

Vice President Joe Biden’s Son Hunter Says Ashley Madison Account Is Not His

Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden says the Ashley Madison account opened using his email address does not belong to him.

I am certain that the account in question is not mine,” Biden says in a press statement. “This account was clearly set up by someone else without my knowledge, and I first learned about the account in question from the media.

The married father of three, 45, adds that he no longer uses the email address linked to the account on the hacked adultery website and says someone set up the profile under his name to discredit him.

Oooh, those dastard Republicans must be up to this. Look how clever they are, they stole his email account to set up an account with an adultery website. Or maybe it was evil Hillary Clinton. We hear Hillary and “email” discussed a lot these days so maybe she has something to do with this email scandal? Or maybe Hunter Biden is another innocent victim of hackers… like Anthony Weiner. Oooh, those clever Republicans will do anything to stop the Biden juggernaut!

Hunter Biden cannot possibly have anything to do with Ashley Madison:

Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden’s account on the extramarital dating website Ashley Madison was used and likely created on the Georgetown University campus while Biden was teaching there.

Of course this is all cheap gossip. No, let’s say international consequences, to any of this. Well, not exactly, if Beau, er Hunter Biden is to be believed:

The email address provided for “Robert Biden’s” account matched a personal email address once used by Biden, the vice president’s son confirmed.

Biden thinks international agents, possibly Russian, who objected to his board membership with a Ukrainian gas company set up a fake account to discredit him. A source close to Biden told People Magazine after the first Breitbart story ran that the IP address for the account traces to Jacksonville, Florida.

But account information shows that the profile, which was confirmed by a credit card purchase in 2014, was used at the latitude/longitude point of 38.912682, -77.071704.

That latitude-longitude point just happens to exist on the Georgetown University campus, at an administrative building on Reservoir Road. And Hunter Biden just happened to be teaching there around the time the account was set up.

Well, we’re just going to need an FBI investigation, maybe some congressional committees to investigate. Maybe Anthony Weiner can be called to testify.

FBI investigations or congressional investigations, what we need is for someone in Big Media to ask the Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden whether or not his family is a target of nefarious forces in Russia or elsewhere. We are sure Joe Biden will want a thorough investigation to make sure that Beau was not murdered, nor Hunter hunted. Let the Joe Biden examination by Big Media commence.

These matters of national security and Russian high level black-mail attempts might just be lies by Hunter Biden. But they require a full airing.

As Big Media continues to examine Hillary2016, and point out every weakness of Hillary Clinton and Hillary2016, the American People deserve an equal examination of Joe Biden.

We are told that Joe Biden is so much better on so many levels to get the nomination than Hillary Clinton that a full discussion is required. Ryan Lizza cited some of the high brow reasons why Mourning Joe should not run:

Even if Biden had a lead over Clinton with particular groups, it would be unusually difficult for him to campaign to her left. He has recently courted Senator Elizabeth Warren, but many Warren fans have moved into the Sanders camp. More awkwardly, as a senator from Delaware, which is home to the credit-card industry, Biden was the leading champion of the bankruptcy legislation that Warren spent a decade fighting against in the late nineteen-nineties and early two thousands. Biden’s record on criminal-justice reform is similarly out of step with the current Democratic Party: he was the author of the 1994 crime bill, from which many experts trace the record level of mass incarceration for nonviolent crimes, especially in minority communities.

On foreign policy, Clinton and Biden were often on different sides of important debates within the Obama Administration, with Biden more often taking the non-interventionist course and Clinton being more comfortable with the use of force. But on the great foreign-policy issue of modern times—the Iraq war—Biden, like Clinton, voted in favor of it while in the Senate.

One of the debates Hillary and drunken Joe differed on was the raid to get Osama Bin Laden. Hillary wanted to kill the killer. Joe? Joe said “no.”

As leftist loon Micheal Tomasky writes, a Hillary Clinton versus Joe Biden nomination fight would get ugly real fast. The gloves would come off. Joe Biden at every turn would dig up Beau and every Clinton “scandal” and Hillary would have to respond to the threat that comes directly from the White House and could no longer be ignored as Obama staff and Obama donors rallied to Mourning Joe in an effort to bury Hillary.

And that is our #1 reason for hoping Ol’ drunk Joe runs. Here’s Lizza:

While Clinton is free to stray from Obama’s policies, the Vice-President’s every utterance would be judged against Obama’s official pronouncements. Each time there was a difference of opinion, commentators would wonder why he couldn’t convince the President of his ideas.

Maybe, it’s a slim maybe, but just maybe with Joe Biden in the race Hillary Clinton would stop lying to herself and the nation and face her real enemy: Barack Obama.

At this point, just before September’s song begins to play, Hillary Clinton reminds us of a deluded matriarch surrounded by lace fans and sick sycophants. Hillary is surrounded by courtiers with long knives that bear the Obama crest. Hillary lies there, counting invisible armies and non-existent allies, and a ghost army of soon to dissolve super-delegates. It’s ugly. We think of King Theoden as Gandalf the Pink arrives.



Hillary2016 has to be freed from the muddled message mess it currently it is in. If Joe Biden gets in the race there is a chance Hillary will finally do what she must do.

The irony of this all is that, as we have written before, this is all part of Obama’s plan.

First get Hillary to run earlier than she should to provide the time to develop the plan.

Then put up a leftist loon to oppose Hillary and weaken her further by solidifying the left against her.

Then bring in an establishment tool willing to be used – that’s the phase we are in now with Joe the drunk. All to weaken Hillary further.

Then, keep all the candidates and their factions fighting each other. Keep them divided.

Then the real Obama candidate will appear. It’s not Biden. It’s not Warren. It surely is not Hillary. To be continued…

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132 thoughts on “Mourning Joe: #Hillary2016 Imagines Superdelegates As Joe Biden Surfs Using His Son’s Coffin

  1. Buh bye, Biden/Warren! Hillary going to the chess board while you all are still on the checkers board.

    Thanks Admin.

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    Reposting from the previous thread:

    wbboei – Great stuff from Richard Fernandez. Thanks for that.

    Also, Trump is the end and not the means (as it seems you now feel). He is the perfect post-Obama candidate. At least for the ‘opposition’ party (non-Obama party).

    If we get Hillary vs Trump in the general election, I will be ecstatic. Anyone but Biden/Warren.

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    Tony Stark – I usually detest Peggy Noonan but that was a great read. Thanks. She is right on the money this time, about Trump and the USA being ‘in play.’

  2. Admin, you don’t really think they’re going to run “M”, do you?

    Interesting. Your strategy layout makes sense. Weaken all the Democrat candidates and then bring in a ‘savior’ later.

    Kind of like what the GOPe is trying to do for Jeb.

    Very interesting.

  3. Loved that scene of King Theoden as Gandalf the Pink arrives.

    Gandalf, the handsome fairies, and wasn’t that ol’ Joe sitting there with the wild hair and the crown on his head???

  4. in the meantime…Donald is live on cable channels doing a presser from Massaschusetts

    Sarah Palin is interviewing Donald tonight on OAN

  5. You know what, I think Admin is right. And boy do I feel stupid for not seeing it sooner.

    Admin is right. All of this, all of it, sets up for an Obama 3rd term. A real Obama 3rd term.

    Obama’s group are good at the Machiavellian stuff. I have to give them that. And I think Admin has correctly ferreted out the truth here.

    If Obama is the Titanic, then a true Obama 3rd term would be like the Titanic going over a steep waterfall.

    Consciousness blown. I’ve got to re-think everything now. Going to start looking for tangible signs of this. And one of them just hit me in the face.

    In a neighborhood close to mine, I recently saw a new wave of Obama phones being given. Why? Why now?

    I think Admin is right. And that scares the heck out of me.

  6. One final thing. If Obama’s group is going to go for a true 3rd Obama term, then my guess is they are going to need to get Trump out of the race by any means necessary.

    I’m not sure an Obama 3rd term will happen if Trump is the opponent. Jeb!? Yes, Jeb would be a perfect milk toast patsy opponent to set up a true Obama 3rd term.

    Perhaps this is why Big Media is attacking Trump so hard now? With a bit more gusto than they normally would for any potential nominee? Kind of like how they went after Palin immediately.

    I am concerned now. But better to be concerned and aware rather than blissfully ignorant.

  7. O-blivion
    August 28, 2015 at 6:55 pm
    ——–
    You are so welcome, O-blivion.

    Richard is such a deep thinker that reading him is a pleasure.

    I am glad that somebody here besides me feels that way.

    Richard has an incredibly loyal following at PJ Media.

    At Annapolis we were led to believe that scientists and scholars were mutually exclusive.

    Yet they come together beautifully in his writing

    Which is the mark of what they used to call a Renaissance Man.

    Sharyl Attkisson has traces of that in her writing as well, plus tremendous courage.

    Just like reading Admin’s work is a pleasure.

    All three give us a deeper understanding of the meaning of things.

    Keats said it best in his long forgotten poem: On First Looking Into Chapman’s Homer

    Much have I travell’d in the realms of gold,
    And many goodly states and kingdoms seen;
    Round many western islands have I been
    Which bards in fealty to Apollo hold.
    Oft of one wide expanse had I been told
    That deep-brow’d Homer ruled as his demesne;
    Yet did I never breathe its pure serene
    Till I heard Chapman speak out loud and bold:
    Then felt I like some watcher of the skies
    When a new planet swims into his ken;
    Or like stout Cortez when with eagle eyes
    He star’d at the Pacific—and all his men
    Look’d at each other with a wild surmise—
    Silent, upon a peak in Darien.

  8. The thought of mooch and the bots going all out for the sleeveless. I hive hives.
    Laughed out loud several times at this post.

  9. “We can see Beau, pallid and ashen, moments from death’s grip, barely able to lift a paw to talk to his paw. All very Grand Guignol. The only thing missing is a floating specter of the dead first wife rising through the headboard, or the liquor cabinet, to say “yes Joe, move towards the light, the klieg lights, nothing says grieving like a campaign press release, donor conferences, and a dead son quoted in the New York Times.””

    Sounds like a scene straight out from Penny Dreadful!

  10. dot48
    August 28, 2015 at 7:30 pm

    Michelle Obama is not going to be elected POTUS. I don’t think the DNC is that stupid.
    __________________________________________________________________________

    Dot – what you overlook is that there is no “DNC” anymore.

    Although they still use the name, just like they use the term “Democrat”, they are all OFA and other like-minded and connected entities.

    The Vile Progs swallowed the Democratic Party and the DNC years ago.

    It’s all Obama now.

  11. I had a sinister feeling that MO will figure into this presidential race at some point. Maybe it will happen.

  12. To be continued…

    Oh, cruel!!! lol I was reading that paragraph, it was leading up to a reveal, and then – the cliff lol

  13. wbboei – It is great to read someone like Fernandez who has such an excellent breadth of knowledge. As you said, a real Renaissance Man.

    Atkinson is a godsend. Thank goodness for her.

    Admin is fantastic. Admin really opened my eyes in this piece and I think Admin is on to something here. And that concerns me.

    Admin, I got your correspondence. Thanks!

  14. MSNBC scaled back its coverage of the 10th ­anniversary of Hurricane Katrina because Brian Williams “misremembered” that he saw a dead body float past his hotel while he was there.
    ———-
    Well, he isn’t the first one.

    First, there was Disraeli:

    “I have been more places than I remember, and remember more places than I have been”

    Second, there was Baron Munchausen:

    Sultan: Have you any famous last words?
    Baron Munchausen: Not yet.
    Sultan: “Not yet”? Is that famous?

    Baron Munchausen: Your reality, sir, is lies and balderdash and I’m delighted to say that I have no grasp of it whatsoever.

    Sally: Are you all right?
    Baron Munchausen: Am I dead?
    Sally: No.
    Baron Munchausen: Blast!
    Sally: Who are you really?
    Baron Munchausen: [groans]
    Sally: Baron Munchausen isn’t real, he’s only in stories.
    Baron Munchausen: Go away! I’m trying to die!
    Sally: Why?
    Baron Munchausen: Because I’m tired of the world and the world is evidently tired of me.
    Sally: But why? Why?
    Baron Munchausen: Why, why, why! Because it’s all logic and reason now. Science, progress, laws of hydraulics, laws of social dynamics, laws of this, that, and the other. No place for three-legged cyclops in the South Seas. No place for cucumber trees and oceans of wine. No place for me.
    Baron Munchausen: You do believe me, don’t you?

    Trust me. Brian Williams is no Disraeli.

    But speaking of Katrina, we must not forget Barbara Bush

    Not the battle axe we normally see with a profile befitting the Stone Henge

    But benevolent Barbara, the patron Saint of Katrina:

    As President Bush battled criticism over the response to Hurricane Katrina, his mother declared it a success for evacuees who “were underprivileged anyway,” saying on Monday that many of the poor people she had seen while touring a Houston relocation site were faring better than before the storm hit.

  15. I can’t stand cliff-hangers. I’ll be wondering about the possible conclusion all day. My best guesses as to who will be trotted out are, in order, the Persian slumlord, Mooch, and a distant third, Wigwam Woman.

  16. there’s no way in hell MO runs, she on the cusp of receiving millions of dollars for her biography, him too, plus millions of dollars for speeches to be made… she can live happily every after without the whitehouse and dealing with the public… admin must have someone else in mind.

  17. Norma Desmond

    August 28, 2015 at 9:17 pm

    Dot – what you overlook is that there is no “DNC” anymore.

    Although they still use the name, just like they use the term “Democrat”, they are all OFA and other like-minded and connected entities.

    The Vile Progs swallowed the Democratic Party and the DNC years ago.

    It’s all Obama now.
    ________________________________________________________

    Perfectly stated.

  18. Summarizing Obola’s Economic Legacy:

    The venerable Wall Street firm of Lehman Brothers went belly-up seven years ago. Since then, the Federal Reserve has engaged in an extensive monetary campaign involving near-zero interest rates combined with the central bank’s large-scale purchases of bonds. This experiment has delivered the weakest U.S. rebound on record while spreading what author Brendan Brown calls a “monetary plague” into the furthest reaches of the global economy.

    http://blogs.reuters.com/breakingviews/2015/08/28/review-ben-bernanke-and-a-global-monetary-plague/

  19. there’s no way in hell MO runs
    ———–
    Certainly not– if you or I have any say in it.

    However, word has it that Mo is mo interested in a career in Tinseltown.

    Lets see now, isn’t it about time for a remake of Godzilla?

    The new twist is THIS Godzilla leaves Tokyo alone . . .

    And heads straight to Rodeo Drive

  20. Actually . . .

    That came out wrong

    I am very fond of Mo

    She has an inner beauty most people don’t see

    But you have got to know when to duck when the scuds launch

    She can come over to my house any time she wants

    To see my etchings

    The only thing I ask for is a catcher mitt and chest pad

  21. Persian slumlord,
    ———-
    If only they would . . .

    When Hitler decided to end it all

    They could have turned to Boreman to lead the nation

    The person you refer to is an exact replica of Martin Boreman

    They turned to Donuts (Admiral Donitz) instead.

    Boreman committed suicide, rather than be captured.

    The dimocrats today may be sick.

    But NOBODY is that sick.

    It is more likely that when this fourth reich falls

    Jarrett will slither down the ratline.

  22. Oh, I might also ask for a blindfold and last cigarette, if it wasn’t too much trouble

    And Jeremiah Wright to provide last rites before I meet my maker

    They could take a tip from the Westies on how to dispose of the body.

  23. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/aug/28/irs-must-say-if-wh-sought-taxpayers-info-judge/

    A federal judge Friday ordered the IRS to turn over the records of any requests from the White House seeking taxpayers’ private information from the tax agency, delivering a victory to a group that for two years has been trying to pry the data loose.

    It’s not clear that there were any such requests — but Judge Amy Berman Jackson said the IRS cannot just refuse to say so by citing taxpayer confidentiality laws, known as section 6103 of the tax code.

    “This court questions whether section 6103 should or would shield records that indicate confidential taxpayer information was misused, or that government officials made an improper attempt to access that information,” the judge wrote in denying the IRS’s request to close out the case.

    The ruling marks yet another federal judge who has ordered the Obama administration to be more transparent when responding to open-records records. The State Department is facing a barrage of orders from federal judges demanding more cooperation in releasing former Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton’s emails.

    White House officials and federal agencies are allowed, under very select circumstances, to ask the IRS for protected information. But the requests must be carefully cleared.

    Questions about potential White House meddling in taxpayers’ private information stretch back to the beginning of the Obama administration, when the then-White House chief economist seemed to describe the tax structure of Koch Industries during a briefing with reporters.

    His description was apparently incorrect, but it left some watchdog groups wondering if the White House had quietly sought information on conservatives, such as the billionaire Koch brothers.

    Cause of Action sued in 2013 to get a look at whatever requests the White House, or other federal agencies, had made.

    The IRS refused, saying even the existence of those requests would be protected by confidentiality laws and couldn’t be released, so there was no reason to make the search.

    The judge said Friday, however, that the agency couldn’t use the privacy protection “to shield the very misconduct it was enacted to prohibit.”

    “As we have said all along, this administration cannot misinterpret the law in order to potentially hide evidence of wrongdoing,” said Dan Epstein, executive director at Cause of Action. “No administration is above the law, and we are pleased that the court has sided with us on this important point.”

  24. Stopping by daily – just temporarily sidelined; this post is a comical masterpiece, aside from the wisdom imparted.

    I noticed mention of a long long-admired candidate from more hopeful days. It came with The Donald:
    … Trump’s address at the NFRA [National Federation of Republican Assemblies] 2015 conference Saturday was attended by many notable figures from the original Tea Party movement.
    The organization’s president is Sharron Angle, who unsuccessfully challenged Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) in 2010.
    The NFRA’s executive vice president is Ken Blackwell, a challenger for Ohio’s gubernatorial office who came up short against former Gov. Ted Strickland (D) in 2006…
    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/gop-primaries/252250-trump-im-winning-because-americans-are-tired-of-being-the

  25. OFraud and his team of racist nitwits want to put up any pile of poo as a candidate to run against Hillary.

    MO running would be the worst candidate ever tossed up there. She doesn’t like America, politics nor the majority of it’s people.

  26. As a child I remember a show on the air called, “Cliffhangers.” It was an hour long show that followed the exploits of three different heroes/heroines. Most notable was Susan Anton playing the big game hunter/heiress/adventuress. Though I watched the show faithfully, I learned to hate cliffhangers. I always had to tune back in the following week to see how everyone would survive their last ordeal.

    After a hard day working around the house and the grounds, I now have a cocktail in hand. After the upsetting cliffhanger post from Admin this morning, I’ve been thinking about other possible outcomes. My original three were either shut down or, in retrospect, I find it impossible Runs-with-scissors would ever succeed.

    So, that leaves me with a few other possibilities. My thinking is it would most likely have to be a female, and/or a minority, and it would have to energize the electorate. So, it would have to be either an established figure that fits the mold or a rising star in the party.

    Sgt. Schultz? Nah. Nobody likes her.
    Kamala Harris? Nah. Not enough experience or exposure outside her state.
    Same as Kamala for the Bronte Sisters of Baltimore.
    Wendy Davis? Nah. Loser and liar.

    So who?

    Well, what if it is not a female?

    Now, my initial thought prior to today was Hill is in the crosshairs of the commies in the party and they will trot out Martin O’Malley. He’s an ex-governor (though he was not particularly good at it) but he is definitely younger, and he has a mega hunky factor. He is already running for president thus easy to prop him up. However, after the run in with Sgt. Schultz in the last few days I don’t think the DNC will back him.

    Bernie is even more bat-shit crazy than Old Uncle Joe but he only attracts the far lefties.
    Evan Bayh? Hunky, granted. Actually, really hunky. But, way too nice of a man.
    Martin Heinrich? Nah. Though hunky, only viable as a VP selection.

    Once more, who could it be?

    I’ve run the females, minorities and white males through my mind. And then it dawned on me. With drink in hand, I said, “Julian Castro.”

    They will try and put lightning in the bottle twice in the same fashion.

    Now, JC is not hunky, by my standards anyway. But, he is young and cute. Maybe too young and cute.

    As Sir Arthur Conan Doyle famously wrote, “How often have I said to you, when you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.”

    He fits the current narrative with/about Hispanics. He is young and hungry for power. He is cute. He is malleable. Girls and women will swoon once more.

    Am I close? Did I get it? Truth be told, scotch with lime helps my reasoning abilities. Especially after I have been obsessing all day over a cliffhanger.

  27. Shadowfax
    August 29, 2015 at 3:22 pm
    MO running would be the worst candidate ever tossed up there. She doesn’t like America, politics nor the majority of it’s people.

    just like her stinky husband. didn’t stop him.

  28. Felix
    Sounds like a good possibility
    Obama keeps saying he could win again..He may just be planning a 3rd term with MO..

  29. That old be the biggest FI to Hillary Anyone Could imagine.
    Think of the Media when Trump would be Trump against her, oh the racism, sexism, non stop 24 hrs a day.

  30. O’Malley blasts Democratic leaders for ‘rigged’ 2016 debate process

    — Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley effectively declared war on the Democratic Party leadership here Friday, blasting the party for what he called a “rigged” debate process in the presidential nominating contest and demanding it sanction additional debates.

    O’Malley, who has struggled to gain traction in the polls this summer, used his appearance before the Democratic National Committee meeting to angrily denounce the party’s rules that he argued were a disadvantage to all the candidates and a disservice to Democrats.

    This sort of rigged process has never been attempted before,” O’Malley said. He added, “We are the Democratic Party, not the undemocratic party.” [I guess O’Malley was asleep during the 2008 election, and didn’t seem to mind that the DNC rigged the election against Hillary.]

    Also- O’Malley adds his name to a petition seeking to make Jon Stewart a debate moderator

    Despite public objections from O’Malley and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who have called for more debates, DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz has sanctioned six debates, only four before next February’s Iowa caucuses.

    O’Malley, speaking from the DNC dais with Wasserman-Schultz sitting a few feet to his left, slammed what he called a “cynical move to delay or limit our own party debates.”

    “Who’s decree is this exactly? Where did it come from? To what end or purpose?” O’Malley asked. He added, “We put our forward-thinking ideas on the back-burner as if we’re trying to hide them from the airwaves.”

    O’Malley made no reference to the Democratic front-runner, former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton, but it was clear in his remarks that he believes fewer debates make it more difficult for him and other challengers to defeat Clinton for the nomination.

    O’Malley argued that with Donald Trump and other Republican candidates making headlines with inflammatory rhetoric, Democrats should hold more, not fewer, debates.

    “Will we let the circus run unchallenged on every channel while we cower in shadows under a decree of silence in the ranks? Or will we demand equal time to showcase our ideas?” O’Malley asked. He added, “Silence and complacency in the face of hate is not an honorable option for the Democratic Party.”

    DNC spokeswoman Holly Shulman, responding to O’Malley’s remarks, said in a statement: “We are thrilled the candidates are so eager to participate in our debates. We believe that six debates will give plenty of opportunity for the candidates to be seen side-by-side. I’m sure there will be lots of other forums for the candidates to make their case to voters, and that they will make the most out of every opportunity.”

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-politics/wp/2015/08/28/omalley-blasts-democratic-leaders-for-rigged-2016-debate-process/

  31. Another cop killing

    Authorities have a man in custody who is “believed to be the alleged gunman” in the killing of a uniformed sheriff’s deputy, Sgt. William Kennard of the Texas Department of Public Safety told CNN.

    A man shot a uniformed sheriff’s deputy “execution-style” while he fueled his patrol car in the Houston area, killing him instantly, authorities said.

    Deputy Darren H. Goforth, 47, was returning to his car after pumping gas Friday night.

    The gunman walked up from behind him and opened fire for no apparent reason, Harris County Sheriff Ron Hickman said.

    When Goforth fell to the ground, the gunman stood over him and shot him some more, authorities said. He died at the scene.

    “He was literally gunned down in what appears to be an unprovoked, execution-style killing,” Hickman said. “I have been in law enforcement for 45 years, I have never seen anything this cold-blooded.”

    A man gunned down Darren H. Goforth, 47, as he returned to his patrol car after pumping gas
    A man gunned down Darren H. Goforth, 47, as he returned to his patrol car after pumping gas
    ‘He did not say anything’
    The gunman gave no indication of his motive. He drove away after the shooting in a red Ford Ranger, authorities said. A manhunt is underway to find him.

    “He (the suspect) did not say anything,” said Deputy Thomas Gilliland, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office. “If anyone saw anything … any leads we can get.”

    Gilliland declined to name the suspect, saying they are still going over video from the gas station.

    Authorities urged any witnesses in the area to come forward, saying some bystanders called 911 to report the shooting.

    About 30 minutes before the shooting, Goforth had investigated an accident, but authorities said it’s unclear whether there was a connection to the attack.

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/08/28/us/texas-sheriffs-deputy-shot-gas-station/index.html

  32. Crowley has a plausible theory about Obama’s game plan:

    Once Mr. Biden joins the race, he will enjoy the full backing of Mr. Obama. With Mrs. Clinton gone, however, Mr. Obama and Mr. Biden will have to make it up to Democratic women and the radical left, which is currently flirting with socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders.

    There is only one person who kills both birds with one stone: Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

    The Democratic ticket will be Joe Biden-Elizabeth Warren. That’s what Mr. Obama wants. And what Mr. Obama wants, Mr. Obama gets.

    This is “Game of Thrones.” And Mr. Obama is winning.

    As JammieWearingFool says, “Grandma will probably be the last one to know it’s all over for her”:

    Vice President Biden matches up as well or better than Hillary Clinton against top 2016 Republicans in three key swing states, according to a Quinnipiac poll released Thursday morning and certain to fuel speculation of the former six-term senator entering the White House race.

    As I’ve been saying all along, Obama wants Lizzie Warren. He’ll settle for the dim bulb, Biden, who can be controlled for one term, and then he’s hoping for two terms of Warren.
    ———-
    If this is the strategy, then a Trump-Carson ticket, and a withering attack on big media would crush its skull.

  33. It makes you wonder why Hillary Clinton is blind to what they are doing to her. I am now certain that she does not get it. I am pretty sure her husband does. Crowley is a good analyst, so if it is obvious to her as an outsider, it will be doubly obvious to WJC.

  34. The RINO is not the opponent of this strategy he is the junior partner in the dismemberment and disenbowlment of the middle class. This scenario is controlled at a higher level than Obola or McSell-out. We know that now–even if the ignoranti do not—even if they are dumb enough to think that an undermenchen like Jarrett is the mastermind. If you have any tendency to fall for that delusion, bear in mind that Obama never ran so much as a koolaid stand and Jarrett ran a housing project in Chicago–into the ground. If you want to know who the engineers are you need to look elsewhere. That’s IF you want to know.

  35. wbboei
    August 29, 2015 at 6:47 pm
    Crowley has a plausible theory about Obama’s game plan

    ————

    The major thing wrong with their stupid plan is that they forgot one thing:

    the voters.

    Joe and AlmostOneDrop do not come close to winning over Hillary.

    All this bs about Joe, One Drop, Berie winning is pure bullshit.

  36. The only real risk to Hillary in the White House is a run against Trump as the Republican nominee.

    IMHO

  37. Shadowfax
    August 29, 2015 at 5:20 pm

    ______________________

    It happened here last night on the NW side of town around 8.30pm. A woman reportedly laid on the slain officer’s body saying that he was her best friend. An eyewitness was with her two kids and said she said that her life will never be the same. Based on the grainy surveillance photo of the suspect, he is either a dark Hispanic man or a black man. Either way, one of two national groups will have to answer for it. Black Lives Matter will have to be put on notice if he is one of us (political opportunity for Sanders or Hillary), or hispanic male possibly illegal (political opportunity for Trump). Either way, Houston lost a good officer and, from what I understand, a good man.

    Hillary 2016?

  38. TheRock, thanks for the update. I wondered if they held back info from the public if the killer was black or illegal.

  39. If it becomes Trump vs Hillary, then the elections will depend on how enthusiastic each sides’ followers will be as far as actually heading to the polls. So far Trump’s followers appear to be more passionate about their candidate compared to Hillary’s.

  40. TheRock
    August 29, 2015 at 7:30 pm
    —————————
    The surveillance photo sure looks like a black man. After the killings of those reporters, I would say it is Obola who has to answer for it. Their rhetoric is getting people killed while they complain about Trumps lack of PC. They are bullshit.

    Then again, maybe they are glad for the circus that keep eyes off the economic situation. I have been so trying to get a handle on just how bad it is. After last weeks flash crash, the central banks poured it on both in China and here. The FED wants our market looking good so they can tell the masses everything is good and make their rate hike. But China is selling a lot of US treasuries to pump their market and that is a reverse QE for us. And our market is being held up by just a few stocks that are being pumped. Apple is a big one but Tim Cook is no good. Apple is rotten to the core so it is all fake. Seven years of Obola and the age of fake.

    The wild card is China. I do not believe anyone has a really accurate assessment of them. Over these next several months, we will be finding out. And I do not think the news is good.

    So, just WTF kind of legacy is Obola thinking he is going to grace some presidential candidate with?

  41. Tony Stark
    August 29, 2015 at 8:10 pm
    ———————–

    I think Hillary is counting on the votes of illegals. I have heard that there are actually about 50 million of them here. Hillary’s FB page is full of it. I think the person handling the FB page is an illegal Hispanic. It is disgusting.

  42. word has it that Mo is mo interested in a career in Tinseltown

    I don’t think it will happen. She has a face for radio, though, maybe she should try that.

  43. The Rock, Shadow.. Remember the killing before this one? The guy faxed a 23 page manifesto that they’re not releasing, even though they released the manifestos of two white killers right away. It appears to have been a black on white hate crime, but they’re appearing to be trying to hide that. They might be suspecting the same here….

    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/08/28/when-will-we-get-to-see-the-roanoke-shooters-manifesto/#more-105459
    or http://tinyurl.com/qc6pgbh

  44. Lorac!

    True wit
    Is nature to advantage dressed
    What oft was thought
    But n’er so well expressed—Alexander Pope

    A face for the radio (wow!!!)

  45. In the cinema, Mo could be seen and heard

    On radio she could not be seen, only heard

    On radio, she could

    Dish the dirt
    With the rest of the progs
    That’s why that lady is a tramp

    (Apologies to Rogers, Hart, and Pal Joey)

    Which leaves only one question

    Who in their right mind would listen to her?

  46. This sort of rigged process has never been attempted before

    I guess he’s right. He used the qualifier “this sort”….

  47. Yes he was black …so sick of this shit..

    Hate to say this but, more votes for Trump…we’re all sick of this shit…

    RIP

  48. Why does anyone think that Joe Biden or MO have any chance of being elected POTUS? Joe faired miserably in his last 2 attempts to run. I know Americans have very short memories, but really? Being VP of an unpopular administration is not enough to counter all the drunk videos that will run as ads. And as for MO….no chance. She has hardly been in the USA as she has gallivants from one expensive international vacation to another on taxpayer dime. Not even black Americans will go for that.

    One thing I can’t understand about many posters here. I have read that at this point about 80% of Americans want the border secured and immigration laws enforced. Most here seem to agree. How can Hillary supporters ignore her stance on this vital issue as well as her support for the Iran deal and still support her for President? How can she change those positions now and have any credibility? That would further enforce the feeling that Trump is the leader and everyone else is following.
    Are people oblivious to the fact that voters rejected Obama’s party in the last election? Democrats who endorsed his policies were crushed. I still like Hillary and I think the email stuff is garbage, but her policies are poison to me. Bill no longer impresses me much. I don’t know what has happened to them except that they live only among the elites and their political class. They appear to have lost all perspective and are so out of touch which is a real shame because I thought / hoped that Hillary would be our first female president and now I don’t.
    If Biden/ Warren run against a Bush or Rubio, I WILL be leaving the country. I will go to a more civilized country with universal health care, a more democratic parliamentary system and a more educated population.
    I was speaking with an Australian friend of my daughter’s recently. She said that although Australia’s cost of living is on the high side, people earn more. They don’t have so much extreme wealth at the top or so much poverty at the bottom. Even an uneducated McDonald’s worker makes about $20. an hour which she said someone can live on there.

  49. lorac
    August 29, 2015 at 8:34 pm

    word has it that Mo is mo interested in a career in Tinseltown

    I don’t think it will happen. She has a face for radio, though, maybe she should try that.
    _______________________——-

    😆 lorac you crack me up.

  50. totally disgusted
    August 30, 2015 at 9:01 am
    ——————————–
    She could change her position by declaring this portion of the campaign her “listening” phase. She has made conflicting declarations over immigration and illegals do not really trust her, anyway. It a practical sense, Trump is not going to deport 50 million illegals, either. Between his “deport them all” and her “keep them all” there will be a final resolution.

    And also of importance is the open/closed border issue. She has not taken a definitive position on that. It has to be an issue of National Security.

    Hillary Clinton has had a totally mushy/goofy campaign so far. Yes, starting way too early. It is like she is fooling around and a lot of other people are running it for her.

    Hillary Clintons FEC reports show $47.5 million collected for the second quarter of 2015.
    http://www.fec.gov/fecviewer/CandidateCommitteeDetail.do?candidateCommitteeId=P00003392&tabIndex=1

    She needs to be collecting around $200 million a quarter to get to her goals.

  51. foxyladi14
    August 30, 2015 at 10:36 am
    ———-
    Never give a sucker an even break.

    Big media is now the sucker.

    Their facade of neutrality has been shattered.

    Donald calls them on their warped coverage every chance he gets.

    He does not play the I’m okay-you’re oka game that all the others do.

    He spits in their eye, and tells them YOU are the problem, big media.

    You are the bastard child of the elites.

    You are a tower of babbel, and an endless source of disinformation etc.

    You are the enemy of the people.

    And you do not deserve an even break.

    Your reputation and your proven record does not deserve one.

    And I will strike you when the iron is hot.

    That Red State sky pilot schmuck Erickson says we are angry.

    I suspect he is the one who is angry, after Donald called him a deviant.

    One man’s anger is another man’s schadenfreude.

    In advocacy, you attack not only the evidence against you through cross, objections, etc.

    You attack your opponent himself–opposing counsel, and show the jury he is not worthy of belief.

    Since big media has opted for the role of advocate over journalist, the same strategy applies.

    When responding to big media, never give a sucker an even break.

    Miss no opportunity to call them out on their bias.

    Do not expect the public who is your jury to infer this, if you will not say it yourself.

    That is the imprimatur of a skillful trial lawyer–and a winning politician.

  52. I am really enjoying the spectacle of CNN twisting in the wind over their decision to exclude Carly from the debate based on a criterion which is arbitrary, capricious and indefensible—just like everything else they do, but here they are getting their ass kicked for it. What they refuse to do is take into account Carly’s surge since the first debate, by bringing in poll numbers which reflect her popularity before that debate, which in political terms are ancient history. I have two reactions to this–three actually. First, it is fitting and proper that the network that tipped the scales for Obama, through the officious intermedling by their blimp moderator, should be questioned for its legitimacy. Second, one might infer that the reason they want her not on stage is because she will attract the women vote, and thereby affect the democrat support among women voters. Hell, if Roberts can fall through his ass under political pressure, it should not be hard at all for CNN, whores that they are. You might even say that whores of a feather surrender together, if you wanted to deduce some universal principle out of all of this.

  53. The best Iowa poll analyzed by the best Iowa pollster:

    http://www.desmoinesregister.com/story/news/politics/iowa-poll/2015/08/29/iowa-poll-democrats-august/71387664/

    Liberal revolutionary Bernie Sanders, riding an updraft of insurgent passion in Iowa, has closed to within 7 points of Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential race.

    She’s the first choice of 37 percent of likely Democratic caucusgoers; he’s the pick for 30 percent, according to a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics Iowa Poll.

    But Clinton has lost a third of her supporters since May, a trajectory that if sustained puts her at risk of losing again in Iowa, the initial crucible in the presidential nominating contest.

    This is the first time Clinton, the former secretary of state and longtime presumptive front-runner, has dropped below the 50 percent mark in four polls conducted by the Register and Bloomberg Politics this year.

    Poll results include Vice President Joe Biden as a choice, although he has not yet decided whether to join the race. Biden captures 14 percent, five months from the first-in-the-nation vote Feb. 1. Even without Biden in the mix, Clinton falls below a majority, at 43 percent.

    “This feels like 2008 all over again,” said J. Ann Selzer, pollster for the Iowa Poll.

  54. Iowa poll, GOP side:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2015/08/30/this-iowa-poll-shows-just-how-amazing-donald-trumps-rise-has-been/?tid=pm_politics_pop_b

    This Iowa poll shows just how amazing Donald Trump’s rise has been

    Donald Trump leads the Republican 2016 field in a new Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics of Iowa voters. But that’s not the real story.

    The real story is contained deeper in the poll. In May, when the Register last polled, 27 percent of likely Iowa GOP caucus-goers viewed Trump favorably while 63 percent regarded him unfavorably. In the new poll, which was released Saturday night, Trump’s favorable number is at 61 percent and his unfavorable at 35 percent.

    Um, WHAT?

    Let me put it another way: W-H-A-T???

    Numbers just don’t reverse themselves like that in the space of a few months (or ever). Especially when the politician in question is totally known by the electorate. Once you are both totally known and broadly disliked — as Trump was in May both in Iowa and everywhere else — you are doomed. One hundred times out of one hundred.

    That’s why I was SO certain of Trump’s inability to matter at all in the 2016 race when he, somewhat stunningly, decided to enter it 70-odd days ago. In the almost 20 years — gulp — I have spent following politics closer than close, I’ve never seen anything like the total reversal in how Trump is perceived by Republican voters. It is, quite literally, unprecedented.

  55. Second, one might infer that the reason they want her not on stage is because she will attract the women vote, and thereby affect the democrat support among women voters.
    ——
    Now I do not know whether that is the case or not. It is an assumption. But once a network demonstates that it is a bitter partisan, which is what CNN has done repeatedly, once you leave the sterile shores of objectivity for the rosier lights of partisanship, there is no going back. Your reputation is fixed, such that any time your reporting however well intended does not add up, and favors the partisan position you have assumed, people of common sense will question its accuracy, and look for partisan motives. The burden of proof then shifts to you. Most people will reject what you say out of hand, and a few will dig deeper, and only if they discover corroborative proof will they accept your report as true. That is the box they are in, and it elicits groans from those who were once their audience.

  56. What baffles that lounge lizard, that purveyor of conventional beltway nonsense, Cilezza—that Trump could reverse his unfavorables is no mystery. It happens often enough. What is new about it is seeing it happen in this short of a space of time. During that brief period three things happened: i) he found the right theme—make America great again–and all boats will rise with the tide, ii) he pulverized the people and obstacles that stood in his way, and iii) he proved to him through his track record that he was the man, the moment and the message.

  57. the reason they want her not on stage is

    I was scrolling around the tv Friday or Saturday, and they were starting to interview Chris Christie. I have -1000 interest in that guy so I changed the channel. But I did hear the interviewer bringing up this subject, they seemed to be implying that she should have his spot, and he kept saying, don’t worry, it’s going to be me on that debate stage.

  58. Our “world leaders” are a pack of fucking morons, with Obola as the head moron. The idiots that are jealous of the Chinese lunatic dictator and his ability to turn the economy on a dime, need to take a good look at him, now. It is proof positive that Soros is demented to think they should control the world currency. Like you can command and economy? WYF? Their magical thinking is fantasy driven greed.

  59. Several months back, I said: if Donald Trump did not exist, they would have to invent him.

    Well, now Professor Hanson says it, and goes on to deconstruct the Obama agenda in re. illegal immigration, etc.

    The tipping point was when Donald proved that deportion works, by ejecting Jorge Ramos from a place he did not belong.

    Since Jorge was originally and for 50 years a Mexican citizen, if he were a man rather than a little cucaracha (cockroach) he would be protesting against the Mexican government

    But Soros is paying him to protest against the US because that supports his global market strategy.
    ——
    How Illegal Immigration Finally Turned Off the Public

    If there were not a Donald Trump, he would likely have had to have been invented.
    by Victor Davis Hanson

    August 30, 2015 – 6:47 pm

    Shot and chaser: Democrat activist Jorge Ramos of Univison badgers Donald Trump; is (temporarily) deported from presser by Trump’s security. (AP Photos/Charlie Neibergall)

    Why did the illegal-immigration issue launch Donald Trump’s campaign? Why did his recent tense press conference exchange with Univision’s Jorge Ramos please even some of Trump’s liberal critics? What is it about illegal immigration that has finally turned off so many Americans?

    1. Race

    Over the years immigration activists successfully deconstructed the complex issue of illegal immigration into a race and class morality tale of privileged whites picking on poor brown people. The operative buzzwords were “racism,” “nativism,” and “xenophobia.” That theme is now mostly bankrupt given that every great lie eventually falls from its own weight.

    It was rarely the host, but more often the activists on behalf of the guests, who framed illegal immigration in racial terms. Activists foolishly fabricated the controversy as “we noble Latinos” against “you prejudiced non-Latinos.” They forgot apparently two obvious truths: one, thirty percent of Americans are not so-called white; and, two, most people resent ethnic chauvinism. Is an unemployed African-American sympathetic to the argument that someone has a birthright to illegally cross into the United States and find instant employment? Is a Punjabi-American, waiting patiently for his engineer cousin to get a green card, eager to be told the United States must make special concessions to the Latino lobby? Does a third-generation Mexican-American prefer that his neighborhood school and emergency room be flooded with indigent illegal Mexican nationals?

    Sometime in the last five years, the public woke up and grasped that Latino elite activists were not so much interested in illegal immigration per se, but only to the degree that the issue affected other Latinos. Were 3,000 Chinese illegally entering California per day by ship on the Northern California coast, Latino activists and politicians would probably be the first to call for enforcement of federal immigration law.

    It is difficult for the National Council of La Raza to attempt to airbrush away vocabulary like “anchor baby” and “illegal immigration,” while insisting that its own nomenclature “La Raza” has nothing to do with race. The public knows that La Raza means “The Race,” and that those who founded that organization chose that racially charged noun for the precise purpose of ethnic triumphalism — in the way that every infamous 20th-century Latinate racist demagogue from Mussolini to Franco found a use for Raza/Razza, a mostly taboo term in Mediterranean Europe today. In an age when the Washington Redskins earn a presidential rebuke, it is inconceivable that the chief illegal-immigration advocate is a federally subsidized group known as the National Council of La Raza. No other organization would dare use such a term. In the public mind illegal immigration has gone from the old narrative that racists were enforcing the law to keep out mostly brown people to a new generation of racists who are trying to subvert the law to bring in mostly brown people.

    2. The Law

    The old canard that without law there is nothing did not resonate with voters in connection with illegal immigration until the 21st century. As long as there were only one or two million illegal immigrants apparently the public turned a blind eye. No longer. Extremists took legal noncompliance to an entirely new level of Orwellian arrogance. Suddenly, as if by fiat, the illegal-immigration lobby banned the term “illegal alien” — as if they had never read a word of 1984 or Animal Farm. They dreamed up “sanctuary city,” a reactionary, neo-Confederate idea of legal nullification, whose logical trajectory is the implosion of the entire idea of federal laws constitutionally supreme to state and local statutes. They lied by insisting that entering the United States illegally was simply a minor misdemeanor, when most Americans knew such unlawful entry was the beginning, not the end, of negating the law — inaugurating years of fake IDs, false Social Security numbers, second and third identities, and deliberate filing of untruthful federal and state documents.

    Then the myth arose that criminality among illegal aliens was in fact lower that found in the general population, as if it mattered not at all that a quarter of all federal prisoners were in the United States illegally, or that some states reported that more than a fourth of their felonies were attributable to illegal aliens, or that around 20,000 illegal aliens from south of the border were routinely incarcerated in California prisons alone. Completely lost in the back and forth was the old notion that an immigrant, legal or illegal, was supposed to be a guest, whose behavior should be the model, rather than defended as no worse than those whom he joined.

    The public tired of the unfairness in the applicability of the law. How had it come to pass that illegal aliens were not subject to enforcement of federal laws in the manner that all citizens most surely were? All Americans file through passport control when flying home; they are met by stern uniformed bureaucrats who are not an especially forgiving bunch for missing or lost documents. How could it be that millions by virtue of their ethnic fides were not subject to the same scrutiny? And if one law were to be waved, why, the public wonders, not others equally inconvenient?

    People finally tired of the postmodern nation that to stop endemic illegality we were supposed to change the language rather than the reality. Americans are not quite yet ready to be Soviet subjects who are to embrace Newspeak, and apparently resented the assumption that they were.

    3. Mexico

    Mexico itself has become quite unpopular. Accordingly to recent polls, never have Americans had more negative views of Mexico than during the era of Obama. Americans tired of being told that Mexico did not like the U.S., when the real truth was increasingly the opposite. It is not just the daily news of cartels, beheadings, and corruption that made Mexico unattractive, but the cynicism of the Mexican government itself.

    Mexico and Central American nations receive $50 billion a year in remittances from their expatriate citizens in the United States. But if illegal aliens were impoverished and exploited as their home countries alleged, how could they transfer such monumental sums back home — and why would not their mother countries worry about the ensuing burdens placed upon their low-wage-earning citizens abroad?

    Hypocrisy became synonymous with the idea of Mexico. Its constitution defines illegal immigration in racialist and chauvinist terms — barring those it finds unhealthy or an economic burden or even prone to upset “the equilibrium of the national demographics.” If American emulated Mexican law, almost all illegal aliens would face immediate deportation if not prison sentences. When Mexico deliberately has exported ten percent of its population and lectures the U.S. on their ensuing welfare, then the vocabulary of hypocrisy fails.

    During the last two-decade influx of illegal aliens, a huge number was from the Mexican hinterlands, often indigenous peoples from Oaxaca or Chiapas who have long suffered racial discrimination inside Mexico. That Mexico for the first time champions their cause when they leave Mexican soil is the sort of racism of which Mexico habitually accuses the U.S. In some sick sense, Mexico has been ethnically cleansing its own country and then seeking moral cover for its human rights violations by slurring as racist the only refuge for its own unwanted who often were fleeing endemic racist attitudes.

    4. Politics

    The Obama-age progressive political narrative was that an old, too-white America was changing largely due to immigration and that this was a much-needed antidote to oppressive white privilege. Activists proudly pointed to California and New Mexico’s suddenly solidly blue politics and promised that Texas, Colorado and Nevada were soon to follow. In 2008 and 2012 the so-called “Latino vote” went nationally at about 70% for Democratic candidates. This was deemed a noble thing — but in a way 70% of the white vote not voting for a Democratic candidate would have been seen as proof of “racism” and “backlash.” Conservative cynics alleged a cruel cycle: welcome in millions of indigenous people driven from their racist homelands, offer them public assistance by virtue of the Democratic-sponsored welfare state, and teach them that only liberals care for their welfare while insisting that their families remember who were their patrons at the polls. Yet what was surreal about the charge was not Republican crassness in making it, but the shameless acknowledgment by Democrats that they were not only using illegal immigration as a political tool, but should be praised for doing so. They even warned that their success would doom Republicans unless the latter emulated their strategies!

    5. Illegal Immigrants

    The illegal-immigration movement only recently has sought to finesse its public relations. For a decade illegal immigration was oversold as an arrival of “dreamers,” various future brain surgeons and physicists whose innate talent could now be tapped if only the U.S. would wave the cruel legal details. But illegal aliens are not all dreamers any more than they are all criminals. They are what they are — good, bad, and neither: poor oppressed people who flee racist Third World governments in hopes of jobs and/or U.S. government support, with the further assumption that their illegality, lack of English, absence of education, and dearth of skills and capital will not only not matter, but earn them coveted victim status in the U.S. So far they have been proven prescient.

    It is still common to find at immigration rallies thousands of Mexican flags, with far fewer — if any — American flags. Illegal aliens do not just root for visiting Mexican sports teams, but go the extra mile of booing the American opposition.

    The message is incoherent: “I will salute the country that drove me out but less so the one that welcomed me in.” In fact, the entire narrative of illegal immigration has become unhinged. The vocabulary of protest is never aimed against the nation that forced them out, only against the one that most generously welcomed them in.

    Nowhere is this disconnect more evident than in the university, where two antitheses are promulgated. Even as the various Chicano and Ethnic Studies departments indoctrinate students with the supposedly sinister history of the United States, they simultaneously champion the rights of the illegal aliens to enter, reside, and stay in the odious country they have just damned. The message makes little sense. Millions of Americans have finally caught on to the incoherence, and feel that ingratitude is among the worst of all sins.

    It is alleged that Donald Trump is a demagogue who whips the ignorant up. Perhaps. But on matters of immigration he came late and often in antithesis to his own former positions. The truth is that the illegal-immigration lobby was its own worst enemy, its message couched in racism, illegality, untruth — and finally incoherence. People tired of being called racists by racial chauvinists, of being dubbed insensitive by unfeeling opportunists, and of being called politically naive by political manipulators.

    If there were not a Donald Trump, he would likely have had to have been invented.

  60. Professor Hanson is right in everything he says.

    The illegal immigration lobby is its own worst enemy.

    The democratic party, as it exists today, it the nation’s enemy.

    The republican party is irrelevant.

    But the one thing he leaves out is the most important factor of all:

    When it comes to politics, the American People as a whole are abysmally stupid.

    There is no sense pretending otherwise.

    It is what it is.

    Oh, you can blame it on other things–corrupt media, lobbyists etc.

    But at the end of the day, that is sine qua non.

    The existence of Obama confirms this.

    It cannot be otherwise.

  61. When I listen to someone who sounds reasonable but somewhere along the line lets slip that he voted for Obama, any respect I might otherwise have for his judgment dissipates, like the air from a punctured balloon. I want to end the entire conversation and get the hell away him them before I say something I will regret. The other reason is I have no desire to waste what remains of my live conversing with a fool. I don’t care what excuses he may offer. It is enough to know that it happened. Nor can this be defended on the basis that the Republican candidate was a jackal. In that case, the right thing to do is not to vote at all, rather than voting for Obola.

  62. August 30, 2015 at 5:13 PM, updated August 31, 2015 at 12:05 AM
    Donald Trump comes to The Barclays and all hell breaks loose
    EDISON — He stepped out of a black SUV, wearing a blue blazer and a white “Make America Great Again” hat just as a golfer who made two holes-in-one in the same round was giving an interview.
    Who knew two aces would be the second wildest thing that happened at The Barclays on Sunday?
    snip I finally got alongside him and asked about all the support.
    “A lot of fans. A lot of great people,” he said. “What newspaper are you writing for?”
    “The Star-Ledger,” I tell him.
    “Oh, I love the Star-Ledger. I love that newspaper. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen you.”
    Um, very long, yes. A lifetime, in fact.
    “I’m going up to see the military,” he told me. “They’re the most important people. You want to come in?” And then, before I could answer, he said to the cops, “He’s coming with me.”
    He entered the Military Appreciation tent, but one of the Edison cops — who is built like an NFL linebacker — didn’t get his message. He stopped me at the door. Trump looked over his shoulder, pointed back at me and repeated, “He’s with me.” I was whisked inside.
    He was immediately mobbed. More selfies. More thumbs up. Finally, he quieted the room with his familiar voice and asked the crowd, “Who loves The Star-Ledger?” People cheered.
    “Make sure he writes well about me,” he said to the crowd. “If he doesn’t, kick his ass.”
    The crowd laughed, and with that, he was out the door and back on the course. He had a meeting with PGA commissioner Tim Finchem, and soon after, he was back in the SUV and speeding away.
    The golf tournament was not over. The main attraction certainly was.
    Steve Politi
    http://www.nj.com/golf/index.ssf/2015/08/donald_trump_comes_to_the_barc.html

  63. Wbb,
    Article by Dave Hanson…zoom on

    Hold them accountable,

    Priceless..

    Call me stupid wbb…but The Donald has a bit of Patton in him.

  64. S
    August 30, 2015 at 6:55 pm

    Donald Trump is like the ‘People’s Fly Swatter’…and the ‘flies’ don’t like it…
    __________________________
    S. This is what we have needed for a long time. Swat!!! there goes aother one. 😀

  65. Why the Veterans like Trump. 😀

    Trump said that “illegal immigrants, in many cases–not in all cases, but in many cases–are treated better than our veterans, who are the greatest people we have.” Trump spoke about some of the horrors veterans have had to face in accessing basic medical care and services and vowed that veterans would be treated like first-class citizens under a Trump administration.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/08/30/donald-trump-u-s-treats-illegals-better-than-vets/

  66. henry
    August 30, 2015 at 8:58 pm

    Is Faux o haunt us running? Ois this fake?

    http://docquery.fec.gov/cgi-bin/fecimg?_201508259000929488+0

    ——-
    Since there is no signature nor do these people live on Main Street in a suite nor a post office box…looks like anyone can put forth this form as a place holder/wish list card.

    Real or not, neither of them have a chance against Hillary.

    Joe has even less credibility with the Fraud’s blessing.

    LessThanOneDrop has more of a chance of running and winning as Chief of the Native American Nation.

  67. Why I like Trump
    My voice goes unheard. I am of blue collar lower middle class extraction. The people that built the dim party. The dim party sold out its base for a new one in 2008 with a where else do they have to go mentality. Working stiffs were an aside. Cater to illegals because dumb white stiffs got no where to go. Along comes The Donald. No one can win without catering to illegals is the dung the RNC flings. Sorry Trump speaks to that mamoth neglected group in the middle.

  68. The Obama-age progressive political narrative was that an old, too-white America was changing largely due to immigration and that this was a much-needed antidote to oppressive white privilege.
    ———-
    Yes, we must put an end to white privilege even if it destroys the country. And what pray tell does that privilege consist of. Lets see now . . . .

    1. the privilege to obey the law.

    2. the privilege to pay taxes.

    3. the privilege to speak your mind.

    4. the privilege to practice your religion.

    5. the privilege to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

    6. the privilege to keep and bear arms.

    7. the privilege to be secure from unwarranted search and seizure.

    8. the privilege against self incrimination.

    9. the privilege of not being deprived of life liberty or property without due process of law.

    9. the privilege of confronting adverse witnesses.

    10.the privilege if a speedy trial.

    11.the privilege of being exempt from cruel and unusual punishment

    12. the privilege of taking ISIS seriously.

    13. the privilege of having grave doubts about letting Iran have a nuclear weapon.

    14. the privilege of resisting a tyrannical and oppressive federal government.

    15. the privilege of maintaining secure borders and the rule of law.

    16. the privilege of keeping what we have earned and what we own.

    17. the privilege of fulfilling our parental role without state indoctrination. (CORE)

    18. the privilege of not having to submit to death panels.

    19. the privilede of ignoring big media indocrination.

    20. the privilege of having a fair voting system without corruption.

    22. the privilege of having representatives who put the people over party and donors.

    23. the privilege of changing this pay to play system through Donald Trump.

    Yup, this white privilege stuff has got to go, the sooner the better.

    Hail puppet Obama and the elites behind him.

    If push comes to shove, the elites will enact a Malmedy solution for those who oppose them:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malmedy_massacre

  69. foxyladi14
    August 31, 2015 at 12:26 pm
    ——————–
    And the most outrageous part of it is how much of that is ZIRP money, with interest stolen from people trying to save their money, many for their retirement.

  70. The email thing is causing me more concern than Biden/Obama at this time..it could really derail her.

  71. There is some CNN poll saying Carson is tied with Trump in Iowa…I don’t believe it.
    Saw it on Ace…

  72. gonzotx August 31, 2015 at 7:02 pm There is some CNN poll saying Carson is tied with Trump in Iowa…
    Omedia TV cannot say it enough. At daybreak Carson was within 5. Now neck and neck. Not sure he’s equal to Donald on immigration.

    While I’ve seen newscast after newscast wring hands trying to figure out why Shannon Miles would pump 15 bullets into a cop when there was no apparent provocation
    ***********their tone. Not mine. ********************
    And why Momma provided an alibi for precious:
    Suspect’s Mom: We Were Shopping When Deputy Was Gunned Down http://nbcnews.to/1Q217rz

    we must tip our hats to Ted Cruz for his strong statement in reaction to the shooting. Breitbart has it.
    In part
    Cops across this country are feeling the assault. They’re feeling the assault from the President, from the top on down as we see, whether it’s in Ferguson or Baltimore, the response of senior officials of the President, of the Attorney General, is to vilify law enforcement. That is fundamentally wrong, and it is endangering the safety and security of us all.

    I’m worried about Ben’s rise. He’s nice guy but….
    I just got mail from him. An 8 1/2 x 11 lithograph of his face with a thank you printed on it in my name. Another place, he asks me to tell him about me.
    And I don’t know about his immigration policy. Tried to find out but looked like it was going to be quite a trip to get to the meat.

  73. The media is working hard to try to bring Hillary down…FOX of course and also CNN plus they are all attacking Trump as much as they can…Sanders and Carson are rising in the polls, they report over and over, while Hillary is falling like a rock and implying that Trump is as well.

    I want Trump to take down the media SO badly!

  74. The media is working hard to try to bring Hillary down…FOX of course and also CNN plus they are all attacking Trump as much as they can…Sanders and Carson are rising in the polls, they report over and over, while Hillary is falling like a rock and implying that Trump is as well.
    ———
    Don’t worry about Trump, southern. Big media tells half truths and runs the polls. The polls they run mean nothing. They are too corrupt to be predictive. The main thing is for Trump to keep pounding them to paste, and he is doing exactly that. He needs to convince the public that they are the control point on a corrupt system, and only way to achieve anything resembling democracy–meaning substantive democracy as opposed to the pro form procedural process we have now, which is oligarchy dressed up to look like democracy. If the public comprehends just the much they will know that big media is treating them like a mushroom—keeping them in the dark and feeding them shit. This is not a time for policy change only. More important than that, this is the time for a profound systemic change, one that inverts the existing pyramid where donors come first, party second, and the American people last, if there is anything left. The only one who can do that is Trump. We cannot survive more status quo.

  75. And why Momma provided an alibi for precious:
    Suspect’s Mom: We Were Shopping When Deputy Was Gunned

    Wow. At first she said he was home with her. Then a later article had the brother at the house telling police or reporter that his brother (the shooter) got off of work, picked up their mother, and went to the store. Mom yelled at him to shut up, so he did. Now she seems to be “oh now they know I was in the truck and we weren’t at home – I’ll just say we were in the truck somewhere ELSE”. I think that mother is dirty.

    If there is not a whole lot of time between his getting off work and the shooting, just enough to pick her up and head out – that’s not going to look good.. she’s not going to be able to say that they went shopping and were home by the time of the shooting, if that’s her next revision..

  76. Cop just shot near Atlanta – in serious condition…

    O is such a jack*ass – he should be speaking to these fools.

  77. Cops across this country are feeling the assault. They’re feeling the assault from the President, from the top on down as we see, whether it’s in Ferguson or Baltimore, the response of senior officials of the President, of the Attorney General, is to vilify law enforcement. That is fundamentally wrong, and it is endangering the safety and security of us all.

    I’m proud to stand with law enforcement, to stand with the police and fire fighters and first responders. They are American heroes. And they need a President who doesn’t attack and vilify them and who doesn’t seek to tear us apart along racial lines to inflame racial divisions. Instead we need a President who works to bring us together and unify us behind shared American values.

  78. Is Hillary still running for President?

    This is the most silent campaign ever.

    Maybe she listened to us saying we hated her pretending to adore Obama, and just went silent.

  79. S – that was touching! I did get a little chuckle though – there was already a camera person down there, filming their entering the area the dogs were but they acted like they were the first ones there (yes, here they are!) lol

  80. Here she is [by the friends she keeps even tho Obama denied her Blumenthal]:
    Hillary confidant rips ‘alcoholic’ and ‘lazy’ Boehner in email
    By Scott Wong – 09/01/15 08:12 AM EDT
    Hillary Clinton’s close confidant called John Boehner an “alcoholic,” “lazy” and a weak leader in a scathing email sent the night of the 2010 midterm election, when a Tea Party wave swept House Republicans into power.
    “He is louche, alcoholic, lazy, and without any commitment to any principle,” Sidney Blumenthal wrote to Clinton, then the secretary of State, in a lengthy “post-midterms” memo.
    Blumenthal went on to say that the Boehner, who became Speaker shortly after the election, had tried to “buy” some potential GOP opponents in his conference with campaign contributions and plum committee assignments. Blumenthal also said Boehner had a weak grip on his conference and is “despised” by younger, more conservative members.
    “His hold is insecure. He is not [Newt] Gingrich, the natural leader of a ‘revolution,’ riding the crest into power. He is careworn and threadbare, banal and hollow, holding nobody’s enduring loyalty,” Blumenthal wrote in the Nov. 2, 2010, email. “Boehner is beholden and somewhat scared of his base. He twitches when they make gestures that might undermine his position. His impulse is to hand out money. …
    “But Boehner is neither feared nor loved. He’s a would-be [Tom] DeLay without the whip. He’s the one at the end of the lash.”
    “Thx, as always, for your insights,” Clinton wrote back, though she didn’t reference any specific remarks about the future Speaker.
    Blumenthal’s memo was among 7,000 pages of emails between Clinton and her top aides that the State Department released on Monday night.snip
    http://thehill.com/homenews/house/252390-hillary-confidante-rips-alcoholic-and-lazy-boehner-in-email

  81. How many more policeman are going to have to be murdered before President Obama comes out and says enough is enough?

  82. Jorge…swat like a fly!!!

    http://www.mediaite.com/online/trump-meets-with-hispanic-chamber-of-commerce-after-public-spat-over-immigration/

    Trump Meets with Hispanic Chamber of Commerce After Public Spat over Immigration
    by Josh Feldman | 3:21 pm, September 1st, 2015

    The Hispanic Chamber of Commerce put aside its public spat with Donald Trump on immigration to meet privately with the GOP frontrunner today.

    Back when the big Trump news was the race to see who could distance themselves furthest from him, the chamber announced they wouldn’t even be considering Trump hotels for its upcoming conventions. President Javier Palomarez said at the time, “What you’re seeing is the tip of the spear.”

    But today, Palomarez privately met with Trump today and said afterwards he found Trump to be very “gracious” and “hospitable.”

    The chamber wanted to meet with Trump after his campaign had told them the media had distorted his views on immigration, so they decided to hear him out. And after the meeting, Palomarez said, “To hear Donald tell it, he’s been mischaracterized, the media. The liberal media has been unfair to him.”b

    And in addition to all this, Trump has agreed to participate in a public Q&A they’re holding in October.

  83. http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2015/09/01/jorge-ramos-uses-wall-but-wants-open-borders-for-the-rest-of-us/

    Jorge Ramos Uses Wall but Wants Open Borders for the Rest of Us

    America got a first-hand look at how Mr. Trump’s deportation plan would be administered when Univision’s Jorge Ramos unwittingly volunteered to demonstrate the process at an Iowa press conference.

    After refusing to wait his turn in line to ask questions of the Republican presidential candidate, Mr. Trump “deported” Mr. Ramos from the press conference, then proceeded to bring him back in after he agreed to wait his turn – making Trump’s comprehensive immigration reform plan look quite feasible.

    For those unfamiliar with Jorge Ramos, he is the debonair host of the Hispanic news show Noticiero Univision. He’s an “anchor baby” of sorts in that he is a news anchor and at times a crybaby. Most notably, Mr. Ramos is an advocate for an open border policy between the United States and Mexico – a system where people are allowed to freely macarena back and forth across our borders. In essence, through non-enforcement of our current immigration laws, we have the open border policy that Mr. Ramos has so longed for. And as can be seen through his questioning of Mr. Trump, Mr. Ramos wants to keep it that way.

    Mr. Ramos’ open border policy has an interesting side effect though — it burdens our public schools with the children of illegal immigrants that pull resources from our kids and disproportionately so in at-risk minority communities. In places like California, as much as 13.2% of K-12 public school students are children of illegal immigrants. This open border policy has likely dragged down our schools academically as well – helping pave the way for the federal government to intervene with hugely unpopular learning standards and standardized tests in a clumsy attempt to boost lagging test scores. Coincidently, an open border has the added benefit of increasing Mr. Ramos’ potential TV audience. What a fantástico business model!

    The (not so) funny thing is that Jorge Ramos actually shelters his kids from the effects of the very policy he so adamantly advocates. How you may ask? Well, Mr. Ramos sends his kids to elite private schools, including a Miami preK-12 school with tuition that reaches above $30,000 a year per student. I think it’s fair to say most illegal immigrants aren’t footing that bill.

    So the next time you hear Mr. Ramos passionately arguing that the US/Mexican border does not need a wall, remember this — he does so knowing that his kids are walled off in ways that most American children are not.

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