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February 17, 2009 - David Letterman - Top Ten Things Hillary Clinton Wants To Accomplish On Her Trip Overseas

10 Exchange U.S. dollars for currency that's worth something

9 Win respect defeating Japan's top-ranked sumo wrestler

8 Shift world's perception of America from "hated" to "extremely disliked"

7 Personally thank all of her illegal campaign donors

6 Three words: stylish Indonesian pantsuits

5 Visit burial site of revered Chinese military leader, General Tso

4 Get drunk with that Japanese finance minister guy

3 Convince China to switch from lead-tainted products to mercury-tainted products

2 Catch Chinese screening of Benjamin Button entitled "The Strange Adventures of Freaky Grandpa Baby"

1 Pick up carton of duty-free smokes for Obama

February 16, 2009 - David Letterman - Top Ten Things Abraham lincoln Would Say If He Were Alive Today

10 "Sup?"

9 "I see Madonna's still a slut"

8 "Who's that handsome sumbitch on the five?"

7 "Is that free Grand Slam deal still going on at Denny's?"

6 "I just changed my Facebook status update to, Tthe 'ol rail splitter is chillaxing'"

5 "How do I get on 'Dancing with the Stars'?"

4 "Okay, Obama, you're from Illinois, too. We get it!"

3 "Hey Phelps, don't Bogart the weed!"

2 "What's the deal with Joaquin Phoenix?"

1 "A Broadway play? Uhhh, no thanks. I'm good."

January 28, 2009 - David Letterman - Top Ten Things Overheard at the Meeting Between Barack Obama and the Republicans

10 "I miss the Clinton administration when we'd meet at Hooters"

9 "Can we wrap this up? I've got tickets to the 4:30 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop"

8 "Smoke break!"

7 "You fellas really need to take it easy on the Old Spice"

6 "Mr. President: don't misunderestimate the Republicans"

5 "Another smoke break!"

4 "What was the deal with Aretha Franklin's hat?"

3 "About that tax the rich stuff -- you were joking, right?"

2 "Sir, it's refreshing to have a Chief Executive who speaks in complete sentences"

1 "Senator Craig's offering his stimulus package in the men's room"

January 27, 2009 - David Letterman - Top Ten Ways Rod Blagojevich Can Improve His Image

10 Star in new television series, "America's Funniest Haircuts"

9 Quit politics and become a fat, lovable mall cop

8 Start pronouncing last name with Jerry Lewis-like "BLAGOOOYYYJEVICH"

7 Offer a senate seat with no money down, zero percent interest

6 Team up with John Malkovich and Erin Brockovich for hot Malkovich-Brockovich-Blagojevich sex tape

5 Change his name to Barod Obamavich

4 Safely land an Airbus on the Hudson River

3 I don't know...how about showing up for his impeachment trial?

2 Wear sexy dresses, high heels and say, "You Betcha!"

1 Uhhh...resign?

January 16, 2000 - David Letterman - Top Ten Signs Obama's Getting Nervious

10 New slogan: "Yes we can... or maybe not, it's hard to say"

9 In moment of confusion, requested a $300 billion bailout from the bailout industry

8 He's up to not smoking three packs a day

7 Friends say he's looking frail, shaky and...no, that's McCain

6 He's so stressed, doctors say he's developing a Sanjay in his Gupta

5 Been walking around muttering, "What the hell have I gotten myself into?"

4 Offered Governor of Illinois, Rod Blagojevich, $100,000 to buy his old Senate seat back

3 Standing on White House roof screaming, "Save us, Superman!"

2 Sweating like Bill Clinton when Hillary comes home early

1 He demanded a recount

January 8, 2000 - David Letterman - Top Ten Barack Obama Plans To Fix The Economy

10 Encourage tourists to throw spare change in the Grand Canyon

9 End our dependence on foreign owls

8 Sell New Mexico to Mexico

7 Put a little of that bailout money on the Ravens plus 3 at Tennessee. Come on! It's a mortal lock!

6 Rent out the moon for weddings and Bar Mitzvahs

5 Lotto our way out of this son-of-a-bitch

4 Appear on "Deal or No Deal" and hope to choose the right briefcase

3 Bail out the adult film industry -- not sure how it helps, but it can't hurt

2 Release O.J. from prison, have him steal America's money from China

1 Stop talkin' and start Obama-natin'!

January 7, 2000 - David Letterman - Top Ten Things Overheard At The Presidents' Lunch

10 "Sorry, you're not on the list, Mr. Gore"

9 "If Hillary calls, I've been here since Monday"

8 "Laura! More Mountain Dew!"

7 "You guys wanna see, 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop'?"

6 "Call the nurse -- George swallowed a napkin ring!"

5 "Hey Barack, wanna go with us to Cabo in March? Oh that's right, you have to work!"

4 "Kissey kissey"

3 "Obama? I think he's downstairs smoking a butt"

2 "Did you ever see a monkey sneezing?"

1 "I hope Clinton's unbuckling his belt because he's full"

Tools And Fools Against #Trump: Neil Bush, Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz Against @RealDonaldTrump in Michigan And Mississippi, Idaho, Hawaii

Update: It’s over for Trump again. Trump wins Mississippi. Hillary wins Mississippi. Trump wins despite this bit of information from an hour ago:

Study: 76 percent of attack ads target Trump

A coalition of conservatives committed to stopping Trump blanketed the nation with 7,000 TV ads over the last week directly attacking him, according to figures published Tuesday by the Center of Public Integrity (CPI).

About 40 percent of the anti-Trump ads were concentrated in Florida, a March 15 winner-take-all state where Trump currently leads in the polls.

The Conservative Solutions PAC, which supports Rubio for president, was responsible for two-thirds of the attack ads against Trump over the last week, according to the study.

Also lending a hand was another outside group called Our Principles PAC, manned by a group of former Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush aides. It launched in January with the explicit purpose of taking down Trump. [snip]

Several other groups, including a super-PAC aligned with the fiscally conservative group Club for Growth, as well as ’s campaign and well-funded pro-Cruz super-PAC, are also pitching in.

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Once more! This time, unlike the many times before, let’s hear it with feeling “It’s over for Trump!”

Roll out the Hitler comparisons, sluice out the broken down polls, get Neil Bush to endorse “anti-establishment” Ted Cruz in alliance with the Mitt Romney shills for Ted Cruz help, slap together some hallucinations about a brokered convention, ignore the reality of the primary calendar, assault the electorate with a phalanx of attack ads, sign on the low wage pro-importation of workers high tech titans of Silicon Valley to donate money for more attack ads, increase the Big Media sludge attacks, unite the entire establishment not just the GOP establishment to attack, and continue to dream that “it’s over for Trump”. But the problem is reality.

It’s another election day and it is still boring because not much has changed at all despite all the noise about things changing. The problem the anti-Trump campaigners have is that their attacks come to late. If Trump wins Florida and/or Ohio he is the nominee no matter what they do. As the calendar changes to winner take all next week the guy that is ahead by even a little, wins big.

Today, at ET 8:00 Mississippi polls close. At 9:00 Michigan, at 11:00 Idaho, at 1:00 in the morning Hawaii. It’s still all about March 15 and tonight is just a prelude.

The exit polls are in and we can examine them after the vote to make sense of what the voters did. Before the votes are in, here is the state of play for the GOP: Reuters tracking poll has Trump at 40% with Cruz the second at 23%. Big Media only notes the NBC(!) poll that shows Trump leading in only single digits. Supposed “anti-establishment” Ted Cruz has hired the criminal Neil Bush of the Silverado scandal and assorted other criminal enterprises to join his “anti-establishment” campaign.

Neil Bush has a lot of anti-Trump company:

Our Principles PAC, backed by Nebraska’s billionaire Ricketts family, has poured millions into trashing Trump. American Future Fund is dumping $1.75 million in Florida this week; Club for Growth $1.5 million.

Hedge-fund billionaire Paul Singer is backing the Conservative Solutions PAC, which has dumped millions into anti-Trump ads and plans to spend more than $7 million between March 1 and 15, with $4 million of that going into Florida. The super PAC pile-on is unprecedented.

How well Trump fares in Michigan and Mississippi, measured against how well he was doing in polls last week, will reveal just how successful super PAC savagery has been in changing hearts and minds.

Can millionaires and billionaires who back open borders, mass immigration, globalization and the disappearance of nation states into transnational collectives overwhelm with their millions spent in ads the patriotic movements that arose this year to the wonderment of America and the world?

Ted Cruz is a tool. The game is still take down Trump. After Trump is removed then the low wage/illegal immigration amnesty candidate will be imposed on the electorate. Ted Cruz is a tool to take down Trump. Previous tools include Lindsey Graham, Carly Fiorina, Ben Carson, Marco Rubio, Rick Perry, etc. The next tool after Cruz collapses, will be John Kasich. Tools and fools against Trump. As we wrote long ago: It’s a Fix! and there’s nothing dumber than a Cruz supporter.

Oh, and Trump is still ahead of Rubio in Florida by 20.

Oh, and Hillary v. Sanders is still on today.

We’ll laugh at it all.



188 comments to Tools And Fools Against #Trump: Neil Bush, Mitt Romney, Ted Cruz Against @RealDonaldTrump in Michigan And Mississippi, Idaho, Hawaii

  • gonzotx

    Thanks, I was looking forward to your assessment. ..

  • admin

    Hillary Clinton projected to win Mississippi.

  • Lu4PUMA

    The full press attack is on. Even the google search is fixed to bring up Trump as Hitler when you type in his name. I am so glad to have Admin to keep from freaking out with worry that people will buy this stuff.

    He is not trying to saturate the air waves. He is not competing with the Oligarchy for air time. He is posting stuff on FB and Twitter. I want to scream.

    Maybe he is leaving it up to the American People to fight for themselves. To see if they can rise above the media saturation and know it is all just crap. Maybe they can.

  • sirmrks

    damn.
    if trump does managed to beat the entire political establishment at least they will be able to beat their chests and proclaim they “did everything in their power to defeat him”

  • admin

    Trump wins Mississippi.

  • gonzotx

    Lu,

    I dont think hes put all this time in to let us figure it out.

    Yes, I got into a few twitter battles with the same obots that now are for bernie,hillary,or cruz.

    Not the way to combat this. People over 40, and yes I am,usually dont communicate this way.
    Run the ads,hell your from NYC…the ad men there are the best.
    Get you some Madmen…

  • gonzotx

    1 mississippi, 2 Michigan I hope, three?

  • S

    Yeah!!! Big exhale with Mississippi

  • admin

    Update: It’s over for Trump again. Trump wins Mississippi. Hillary wins Mississippi. Trump wins despite this bit of information from an hour ago:

    Study: 76 percent of attack ads target Trump

    A coalition of conservatives committed to stopping Trump blanketed the nation with 7,000 TV ads over the last week directly attacking him, according to figures published Tuesday by the Center of Public Integrity (CPI).

    About 40 percent of the anti-Trump ads were concentrated in Florida, a March 15 winner-take-all state where Trump currently leads in the polls.

    The Conservative Solutions PAC, which supports Rubio for president, was responsible for two-thirds of the attack ads against Trump over the last week, according to the study.

    Also lending a hand was another outside group called Our Principles PAC, manned by a group of former Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush aides. It launched in January with the explicit purpose of taking down Trump. [snip]

    Several other groups, including a super-PAC aligned with the fiscally conservative group Club for Growth, as well as ’s campaign and well-funded pro-Cruz super-PAC, are also pitching in.

    ——————————————-

  • S

    If 54% holds in miss donald gets all the delegates right??

  • gonzotx

    14% in MI…Tump about 8% over Kasich

  • gonzotx

    Tight with Hillary and Bernie, bernie the rapist ahead by w%

  • S

    Donald looks to be starting to pull away in michigan

  • S

    I notice Lois Pope is at Donald’ s event
    She is the older woman with long blonde hair pulled back in a ponytail

  • gonzotx

    Not a lot of votes counted in Detroit that worries me alot

  • gonzotx

    Only 1% counted in Wayne county…Detroit

  • gonzotx

    Hillary 28% in losing by 2.5%….thats crazy, she won this state in 2008.

  • S

    Donald wins michigan
    Big hug to everyone here

  • admin

    Trump wins Michigan.

  • admin

    It’s over for Trump.

  • gonzotx

    Only 2% in Mississippi counted, surprised they called it or CNN is lagging

  • gonzotx

    Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • admin

    Hillary in trouble in Michigan with 30% of the vote in. Sanders over 50%.

  • S

    Robio who???
    Go away

  • gonzotx

    wayne co. Only 2% in and Kasich only 50 votes down…this is what I am talkimg about. Maybe they are stuffimg the ballot box too late?
    Like their ads,too late…horse has left the barn?
    I still think he needs a much bigger presence in Floroda..we all know about hanging chads..

  • Outris

    The Rube is hitting his stride tonight. Two 4th place finishes to add to his resume’

  • lorac

    Wow, I can’t believe MI is so far going for Sanders. Do they not know he is a socialist? Do they know and LIKE that? OMG. My beloved midwest isn’t looking so smart so far in this election….

  • admin

    Trump press conference is on. Trump serves Trump Steak and Trump Wine at his press conference. 🙂

  • gonzotx

    Drudge has headline that the RNC is plotting to minimize Trumps wins..??I bet they make the delegates non committed…
    A#swhipes…

  • lorac

    Outris, can you believe the word is that this guy (Rubio) wants to run for governor? I don’t even know how he can look at himself in the mirror with his dismal, lazy senatorial record. Then to run for president? (and Florida polls show he is not even liked in his home state) And now to be eyeing governor if he can’t win president. How can he look at himself in the mirror, I just don’t know, he must just be so slimy and have no shame….

  • Outris

    Lorac, look at how both Rubio and Jebbie have done and they were supposed to be the darlings of the GOP. I hope Rubio gets his ass kicked next week. That may destroy any chances for his political future.

  • gonzotx

    Hes using his speech to annswer the ads lol

  • admin

    Trump selling wine, steaks, water, magazine, Trump U, at a free televised press conference broadcast live everywhere on national TV. Astounding.

  • gonzotx

    oh Jesus, he doesnt wantt to do advertisement…

  • Outris

    TRUMP is like P.T. Barnum, and the GOP establishment are the suckers.

  • gonzotx

    Hes not being Presidential

  • gonzotx

    His negative’s with women are low, he needs to deal with it at some point

  • jtjames

    hillary finally pulling ahead in wayne county.

  • gonzotx

    I know Admin…surreal, how did we get here lol

  • jbstonesfan

    losing in Michigan for Hillary…that is shocking.

  • jtjames

    he will be forever known as Little Marco….. it will follow him forever.

  • Outris

    Admin… any idea how the voter turnout is compared to 2012 based on the % in so far?

  • jbstonesfan

    Even if she makes it to general, if she can’t win Michigan she is toast…

  • Lu4PUMA

    I think the sales pitch was brought on by rebuttal to the latest attack on all Trumps “failed” businesses.

  • Tony Stark

    After winning Mississippi and Michigan, it’s crystal clear now that Trump is doomed.

  • admin

    Kasich not doing well in neighboring state of Michigan. Rubio doing terribly everywhere – under 5% in MS, under 10% in MI.

    Great news for Trump in the election that matters next week – Florida and Ohio.

  • jbstonesfan

    The polls had her up 13%!!! I had her winning by less than 8% and she is going to lose by 3-5%!! Unreal!

  • gonzotx

    His ego …ovey

  • gonzotx

    Hillary..hard to believe, I am sure she this is rough.

    WAKE UP

  • jbstonesfan

    I don’t think Hillary would stand a chance against Trump after seeing tonight’s results.

  • admin

    Rough night for Little Marco. Michigan and Mississippi have 15% threshold to get delegates. Little Marco below threshold in both states.

  • gonzotx

    Phone yuck

  • gonzotx

    Wayne co. Lots of votes to count, Hillary could still win, large Black population.

  • admin

    JBStonesFan, Hillary won Mississippi with over 80% of the vote tonight. But the GOP will win in November in Mississippi.

    Michigan results make the situation more dire. Trump wins Michigan, Hillary loses Michigan. Michigan in play for November.

  • jbstonesfan

    I don’t think that’s going to happen gonzotx….she has real problems as this was not suppose to be close tonight.

  • jbstonesfan

    I think she lost the election tonight.

  • admin

    https://twitter.com/MJosephSheppard/status/707398046070366208

    Trump winning 4 of 5 Miss. congressional districts taking all 3 delegates per district. Up to 28 statewide now-fantastic

  • Southern Born

    Trump is at his victory news conference and speech. I really wish he would get a speech writer instead of Trump repeating, ” I”m great, I won, I am rich, I beat all the other little guys, I am the best, I have properties all over debt free. Ted’s a liar, Little Marco is a nothing, I will build the wall, China is bad, and the same old, same old.

    Sooner or later you’d think people would get sick of hearing this same thing over and over at ever speech. Personally I want to hear substance not just bragging.

  • admin

    GonzoTx, good stuff on Wayne county on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/search?q=%22Wayne%20County%22&src=tren

  • gonzotx

    Megan on Fox said an interesting speech with a QVC feeling.
    They are trying to promote Cruz “almost ” second place as a big win….

  • admin

    Tony Stark, it just cannot continue. It’s over, over, over. One more win and for sure it is over for Trump.

  • gonzotx

    Thanks Admin… 1/4 votes come out. Of Wayne…

    Fox of course making fun of Trump…

  • lorac

    Hillary..hard to believe, I am sure she this is rough.

    WAKE UP

    gonzo, if Hillary were to wake up and be her 2008 self, I’m wondering now how it could even help (at least in states like MI). Even if she squeaks ahead and wins MI, such a huge percentage are wanting the socialist. If she were to become 2008 Hillary, that would be moving away from what they want. I honestly can’t believe a socialist could win over ANY one. So, it seems to me, regardless of which Hillary had been campaigning, the problem can’t be just her, it’s the democratic populace.

    This MI election is further confirming my feeling that the Hillary 2008 type voters have left the party because of Obama and the prospect of Obama III. I just don’t see how such a large percentage of dems want a socialist, unless it’s because that type of person is mostly who is left….

  • Tony Stark

    admin
    March 8, 2016 at 9:55 pm
    ———————————–
    Lots of Bernie supporters tweeting there. Like wading in a septic tank.

  • lorac

    Yes, it’s over, Rubio is about to overtake Trump – or Cruz is, depends on the media lol

  • admin

    Outris, the turnout numbers are still sketchy. Reports are that it was high. For instance:

    http://www.freep.com/story/news/politics/2016/03/08/michigan-presidential-primary-turnout/81502754/

    Turnout in areas of Michigan was so high Tuesday that some clerks were reporting that some precincts were running out of ballots. And if the absentee ballots are any indication, Michigan could be headed toward a record turnout in today’s presidential primary. [snip]

    As of earlier Tuesday, nearly 556,000 absentee ballots had been issued: 311,407 Republican ballots and 239,197 Democratic ones. In total, it was 162,000 more than those issued four years ago and, already, it was clear absentee ballots could prove decisive.

  • lorac

    sorry, meant to say, “Little Marco”

  • jbstonesfan

    Agree Lorac…Adm said a long time ago traditional democratic party was destroyed by Obama. She has no path to victory if Trump is the candidate.

  • Outris

    Admin,

    Thanks for that info.

  • lorac

    gonzo, I just realized that my last comment to you is a little contradictory, it was stream of thought, so my last paragraph is where I’m at I think lol

  • Outris

    JB, but, as Admin has suggested many times, Hillary (or Bernie) won’t be the nominee, so is this all political theatre…. a meaningless exercise?

  • jbstonesfan

    Maybe, but it still stings.

  • Outris

    JB, yes it does because that also means our votes have no value. 😒

  • S

    My two cents
    Look the guy just had over $38 million in negative ads thrown at him calling him a a loser & saying all these businesses were failures
    With more millions to come in morr negative ads
    In a few minutes he refuted all of that…touche!
    He was gracious, funny & explained his ideas
    He earned the right to vhave HIS say

  • gonzotx

    Hillary closing in Wayne co coming on strong, only 2.5%

  • jbstonesfan

    That’s exactly how I feel Outris. I just said to my wife we are the left out party.

  • gonzotx

    Cruz is closing in on 2nd in Michigan.

    Yuck..50% of vote still out.
    Come on Kasich…hold on to 2nd

  • lorac

    From Alcina on last thread:

    (snip) I plan on taking January 20, 2017 off from work just to witness that lazy ass exit the White House for the last time.

    A couple of months ago, I put in my request to be off election day and the day after 🙂

  • lorac

    Someone posted about how the republican elite could change the rules they made last year about what hoops to jump through to win.

    I can’t find it now, so apologies to whomever posted that.

    But it’s something I keep warning republicans about. Of course, if you have to explain, you have to mention Hillary, and then their ears close (and their mouth starts moving lol).

  • jbstonesfan

    The difference is Trump won’t let that happen and will bring the party down if the try and take it from him…If he wins Florida and even finishes 2nd in Ohio, it should be over. Hillary should, and now I am not so certain, win Florida and Ohio .

  • lorac

    Hillary is speaking on CNN. Our country is doing great, we don’t need to make it great, but we do have a big enduring problem which is racism (she didn’t say those two things together, I’m just paraphrasing the gist of her speech, IMO).

    She also talked about companies moving their jobs out of country. Hillary is definitely now the “what he said” person….

    and everyone should go to college, and they should all graduate debt free…

    Ack, I’m going to go make dinner…

  • admin

    Check out the picture on Drudge:

    http://drudgereport.com/

    Little Marco.

  • jbstonesfan

    LOl..that is a cruel pic…
    =========================

    Anyway, not enough votes in Wayne County to catch up and Bernie still has the college kids coming in Lansing. Big upset. Big Dawg must be livid.

  • wbboei

    admin
    March 8, 2016 at 10:36 pm

    Here’s to Marco scurrying off the stage:

    https://youtu.be/6wFBGT-qp-k

  • Outris

    Admin… wow, that’s low. No pun intended ☺

  • S

    Charlie Gasparino seems drunk on Cavuto

  • jbstonesfan

    You think Hillary loses Ohio next week?

  • jtjames

    detroit is what people are waiting on 0% in http://www.waynecounty.com/clerk/1609.htm

  • lorac

    I think Idaho polls closed 45 minutes ago… do we have any information, any exit polls…?

  • jbstonesfan

    I think Wayne County has 56% in?

  • Outris

    Hillary is way ahead in Wayne, but doesn’t look like will be enough

  • lorac

    Does anyone have any knowledge about what Hawaiians are like (ie, who they will likely go for?)

  • jtjames

    chuck todd on twitter….

    We believe there is anywhere from 150-180k votes out just in 3 counties. Wayne, Macomb and Genesee. On paper, should be good for Clinton

  • jbstonesfan

    Sanders will win big in Hawaii. The democratic congress woman who was serving on the DNC resigned to endorse him.

  • gonzotx

    That picture is hilarious of rubio

  • gonzotx

    Hillary is not going to win Michigan

  • jbstonesfan

    She is going to lose by more than 3%…really shocking.

  • jtjames

    she deserves to loose she’s run a tone deaf campaign…

  • Outris

    Trump slightly ahead in Idaho. Only 2% in

  • admin

    Another Wayne County:

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

    Jayne County (born Wayne County; 1947) is an American singer, songwriter, actress and record producer whose career has spanned five decades. She was the vocalist of influential proto-punk band Wayne County & the Electric Chairs and has been known for her outrageous and unpredictable stage antics, she went on to become rock’s first transgender singer.

    County’s music has encompassed a number of styles over the course of her career, including glam punk, punk rock, blues rock, and boogie-woogie.[1] County did not think her birth name Wayne Rogers “sounded very glamorous” and decided to adopt the name of the county in which Detroit was located because she admired bands from that city “like Iggy [Pop] and all those people.”[2] Though she has never been a commercial success, she has been an influence on a number of musicians including David Bowie, the Ramones, Patti Smith, Pete Burns and Lou Reed,[3] and many of County’s songs have become well-known, including “Are You Man Enough to Be a Woman”, “Fuck Off”, “Stuck on You,” and “Night Time”. Pianist Jools Holland’s first studio outing was with County on her single “Fuck Off”. She also appeared as an actress at Andy Warhol’s Factory.

  • gonzotx

    Cruz ahead in Idaho, Ru io second…is this a caucus?

  • jbstonesfan

    Cruz winning early in Idaho…Trump 3rd.

  • gonzotx

    yuck, cruz 2nd in MI

  • lorac

    Only HI today is caucus the rest are primaries, IIRC

  • admin

    In Idaho, look to Ada County where Boise is located. http://www.politico.com/2016-election/results/map/president/idaho

  • gonzotx

    Thanks Out

  • admin

    Bernie Sanders wins Michigan.

  • jbstonesfan

    MSNBC calls Sanders winner in MI….

  • Outris

    Looks like Rubio will be 3rd in Idaho so far.

  • jbstonesfan

    Stunning victory for sanders per pundits…Ohio likely in play.

  • admin

    Always too late, Politico:

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/03/republican-primaries-2016-ledeall-220455

    Trump easily took Michigan, with television networks projecting 38 percent of the vote as soon as the polls closed, holding Kasich to just 26 percent. Michigan offers the largest delegate haul of the night, with 59 to be divvied up. And in Mississippi, Trump took nearly 50 percent of the vote, denying Cruz another southern state.

    Michigan amounted to a crushing blow for Kasich, who once banked on the state as his first step toward must-win Ohio. Now, still winless, the Ohio governor is under pressure along with Marco Rubio, whose poor showing Tuesday simply adds to a narrative of a campaign on life support – frustrating establishment Republicans who recognize they are running out of time and options.

    “The attack ads have not hurt him,” Matt Dowd, who was chief strategist on George W. Bush’s 2004 reelection campaign, said of Trump. Dowd said Tuesday’s results show Trump can win “anywhere.”

    Case in point: Trump’s victory in Mississippi was especially painful for Cruz, who had heavily courted evangelical voters in the deeply conservative south and has already lost Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, South Carolina and Tennessee to Trump.

    Trump took a swing at the groups that have spent millions of dollars against him. “I want to thank the special interests and the lobbyists,” he joked to supporters gathered in Florida.

    With his victories on Tuesday, Trump appears well on his way toward clinching the 1,237 delegates needed to clinch the GOP nomination. Anti-Trump Republicans, including 2012 party nominee Mitt Romney, have been hoping to at least have a contested convention.

    Perhaps no one was more deflated Tuesday than Rubio, who, despite a string of endorsements from prominent Republicans, has failed to capture the hearts of voters.

    Having won just Minnesota and Puerto Rico, and their 133 delegates, Rubio has a good shot in Hawaii’s caucuses. But it wasn’t clear if he’d even clear the 20 percent threshold to get any delegates in Michigan, the night’s biggest prize.

    Rubio has spent much of this week batting away rumors that he’ll drop out before Florida, where he’s trailing Trump in the polls. He told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt on Tuesday that he is “100 percent” not dropping out before next Tuesday’s big Florida vote.

    Rubio also told supporters Tuesday night that the candidate who wins Florida’s GOP primary next week will go on to win the Republican nomination for president.

    “I need your help,” Rubio told supporters at a rally in Ponte Vedra, Florida. “I believe with all my heart that the winner of the Florida primary next Tuesday will be the nominee of the Republican Party.”

    Kasich, too, is under pressure and running out of excuses.

    Rubio is correct. The Florida winner will be the nominee. Trump.

  • gonzotx

    Druge has Idaho called for Cruz…Ada county only 3% in and Trump less there? What’s up with that?

  • admin

    GonzoTx, Cruz now up in Ada County. Fox calls Idaho for Cruz.

  • gonzotx

    Well good night group. Thanks Admin.
    On to Ohio and Florida..screw Idaho and I am.sure HI freaking caucus..too bad, love HI lol.

  • jbstonesfan

    Goodnight all…I would be lying if I didn’t say how painful it is to see Hillary lose again. I disagree with so much of what she is doing, but I still have been unable to let go of my anger of her getting cheated by Obama. Trump is fun, unpredictable, has many positives and a lot of negatives, but I don’t feel passion for him one way or another. I am more sad to see the democratic party further devolve into what Obama promised and carried out in his transformation of America. To see a tool like Peter Beinhart (a virulent anti-Zionist Jew)tell us what the demographics of the future will look like sums it all up for me.

  • admin

    Dana Perino having another breakdown tonight. Says she does not know what people mean by “establishment”.

  • gonzotx

    I saw that Admin, it was ridiculous. It’s spelled Perino=establishment. ..
    Lol
    Really going to bed…

  • jbstonesfan

    She is a low information commentator but looks good…

  • wbboei

    gonzotx
    March 8, 2016 at 11:52 pm
    Druge has Idaho called for Cruz…Ada county only 3% in and Trump less there? What’s up with that?
    ——-
    I know that market well. I campaigned there years ago. This was 100% predictable. So predictable that I did not mention it here–but believe me, I knew.

  • wbboei

    jbstonesfan
    March 9, 2016 at 12:12 am
    She is a low information commentator but looks good…
    ———-
    Perino is a Cheney apparachik which is as RINO as it gets.

    Her problem is she is unable to think outside the establishment box and there is no answer to the current phenomenon inside the establishment box. Hence, what is an apparachik to do but wander aimlessly around in the Great Empty waiting for Turd Blossom to provide his transcendental wisdom on how to cheat.

  • Shadowfax

    At the moment, the fat lady still hasn’t sung in MI.

    Hillary is 1.9% behind Sanders, and she is +2 delegates ahead, with heavy favorite Wayne Country still reporting. Hillary is 60% to Bernie’s 38% in that big county.

    My fingers are crossed for her.

    The polls were way off for this state.

  • wbboei

    lorac
    March 9, 2016 at 12:20 am
    OT – but OMG. O. M. G.
    ———–
    Hardly surprising.

    It may interest you to know that Niki Haley flunked that same test.

    Like the Confederate flag, it happened before her time.

    The victors write history, and the abolition of slavery was a major factor in that war.

    Historians however tend to regard it as the only issue, and that it was not.

    If you go through the confederate graveyards of East Texas, they make no mention of slavery.

    What they talk about–what is written on the graves is they died to defend their state against invaders, and against a tyrannical and oppressive federal government.

    And after the war, you had the terror of the KKK. But you also had, in droves, carpetbagger who imposed a scorched earth regime on much of the south. History is never all one thing.

    Something Haley, a RINO, would never understand.

  • wbboei

    Shadowfax
    March 9, 2016 at 12:30 am
    ———
    I agree with you Shadow.

  • Shadowfax

    Looks like Ruby needs to move to Cuba if he wants to run for El Presidente in the future.

  • wbboei

    And Wayne County is, of course, Detroit.

  • admin

    Shadowfax, the majority of the outstanding counties are for Sanders. Wayne cannot overcome those tallies unless Hillary gets 100% of the remaining, and even then it would be tough to overcome the margin because 96.3 of the vote is in.

    http://www.politico.com/2016-election/results/map/president/michigan

  • wbboei

    Shadowfax
    March 9, 2016 at 12:35 am
    Looks like Ruby needs to move to Cuba if he wants to run for El Presidente in the future

    To render the gender he’d like to try, etc,

    Cook the day. Eat the night, with little marco.

    https://youtu.be/x1J5iEFdaFo

  • Shadowfax

    Yes Wbb, I was born in Wayne County…thanks for the link.

    Admin, Hillary will probably lose at 2%, but she keeps picking up delegates, +3 now over Burnout.

    Sad, but she kicked Burn’s ass in Miss.

    I have to say, AA have showed up for Hillary in this election…

    She does have to work harder at getting the white working men.

  • admin

    Shadowfax, The polls in Michigan on the Republican side were pretty accurate. Polls had Trump at 37.3 Trump got 36.6. No sign of a Trump slide at all.

    Final average for Hillary was 59% in the polls 37 for Sanders. Hillary only got 48%. Something big happened on the Dem side. It’s possible some Dem voters switched to vote for Trump but that does not seem to be the answer. Was it that debate or the townhalls in Flint? Hillary2016 better get an answer to this today, well before next week.

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/

  • Shadowfax

    For RubySlippers last stand before he packs his bags for Coooba.

    https://youtu.be/4gH-qFeRa7E

  • Shadowfax

    Admin

    Yeah, I agree…Hillary has some major fixin’ to do.

    Gotta say though, at least she doesn’t promise things to voters that she knows is never going to fly…like freebies to all the young.

  • admin

    R.I.P. George Martin. 90 years young.

    The making of “Please Please Me”:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MnuNvzyfI4

  • admin

    No one expects Donald Trump to win Hawaii. The expectation is that Little Marco Rubio will win there. But… with 13% of the vote in, Trump at 42.1, Cruz at 27.9, Little Marco at 14.7, Kasich at 14.1.

    If any of this holds, Little Marco will have worst night ever (other than that time he was arrested).

  • sirmrks

    hawaii is surprising hope the numbers hold!

  • lorac

    A Hawaiian on another site said that Hawaii is called a caucus, but you show your ID, get a ballot, and drop it in a box. So, really more like a primary if this is true on all the islands….

  • admin

    36% of the vote in, Trump at 44.4

  • wbboei

    (other than that time he was arrested).
    ———-
    very good.

  • sirmrks

    looking good so I am going to bed. night all thanks admin!

  • admin

    51% of the vote in. Trump at 45.2%, Cruz at 31.3.

  • admin

    Trump wins Hawaii, per CNN.

    Trumptastic night for The Donald.

  • lorac

    Yay!

    (and Hawaiians are fast counters, that sure wasn’t drawn out! lol)

  • wbboei

    Lets hope their goose is cooked and they leave Washington in disgrace, the beautiful people of the establishment. I expect that Mayflower Sally and Nanny Poopie are downing shots of vodka and throwing them against the fireplace in disgust. I mean just because there are 100 million of working age not working, 17% of the jobs are held by illegals, we have no borders, our safety nets are collapsing, we have a 20 trillion dollar debt, this trade deal will kill the jobs that are left, Bezos is working on drones, our privacy has been destroyed, the elites are making money hand over fist, and big media is laughing over the plight of the American people, burnishing their Harvard credentials, and building multi million dollar 401 ks, that is no reason for the American People to get sore.

    With a little bit of luck they will run those assholes out of Washington with pitchforks. For them, tar and feathers would not be cruel and unusual punishment. On the contrary, the punishment would fit the crime. I think the entire explanation for this can be found in that Richard Fernandez article. But the other part of it is we really do have a royalty here where power passes through families. I was going to make a snide remark about Ben Bradlee who Mayflower Sally kept alive barely breathing, and happened to notice that he had a son–junior is his name and he was the first husband of this Martha Raddatz, who by all appearances came from obscurity and into the limelight. But when you marry into the royalty of this democracy/qua obligarchy, doors open. It is that oligarchy now that is under assault.

  • wbboei

    The above article illustrates what is really going on.

    It isn’t the fact that Trump is defying the establishment.

    That sort of thing is old hat.

    Then what is it?

    Clearly, it is the fact that these are the architects

    AND THE BENEFICIARIES

    Of the New World Order

    And the reassertion of nationalism

    Represents a dismantling of that vision

    And a threat to their billionaire pocket book

    This ambitious project is nothing less than a merger of the world economy

    And the creation of a global ruling class

    On the backs of working Americans

    Those are the stakes here

    There is no doubt in my mind that ruthless sociopaths like these will restort to anything

    Assassinations, Reichstag Fires,entrapment, destroying the party

    Whatever it takes to achieve their evil ambition

    As noted, I have been through mergers and I have studied them

    Most of them fail because they lack either a strategic or CULTURAL FIT

    Those that succeed manage to get BUY-IN and COMPENSATE THE LOSERS

    These masters of the universe have done none of these things . . .

    And that is why they are failing

  • wbboei

    You could argue, I suppose, that they have touched these basis, not by design, but as a result of the 2008 crash. They have eliminated millions of jobs and have extended unemployment benefits, to partially compensate the losers. But that is hardly a make whole remedy because it is a fraction of what they were receiving previously, and it only lasts so long. They have tried to secure, if not buy in, then surely a fear of objecting by making common currency of the term racist and inciting the black population. They have tried to establish a cultural fit, through subtle and overt means, by giving illegals a place in hte dialogue, and encouraging millions more to crash our border. They knew a day of reckoning would come, but they refused to believe it would come this early in the process. That is what has them worried. The inclusion of tech billionaires in the above conclave is evidence that they will resort to subtle forms of mind control here, and this is where things like HAARP may be implicated.

  • alcina

    wbboei

    Would there be any way for a President Trump to rid Congress of traitors such as Ryan and McConnell? Or are we stuck with them?

  • totally disgusted

    I have started watching Fox business network as Fox and CNN have become unwatchable with Trump hate. FBN seems to kinda like Trump but at least the coverage seems fair. Varney and Dobbs also seem to have a good sense of humor and are just more pleasant to watch.

  • totally disgusted

    I was surprised at how much election coverage FBN is doing.

  • wbboei

    One further point. I mentioned HAARP which is a military industrial complex weapon system for controlling minds. Tin foil hat stuff? Perhaps. But in that case, you need to put Bob Woodward and the airforce lieutenant general he spoke with about this in the tin foil hat category. Would they turn such a weapons system on the American People? No more than they would conduct drone surveillance of American citizens, after they previously denied this. But they do not need to, because there are alternatives, specifically, the microtargeting of voters, which Google did for Obama, and shared with Marie Antoinette, i.e. Minority Leader Nanny Poopie. They capture all of your browsing history, your age, your past voting record, everything and shape campaign messages tailored to each individual. With Google attending that conclave, that is the more likely direction they would go. And while HAARP has the ability to agitate, and cause unstable individuals to react, the google microtargeting strategy is subtler and plant a message which is the practical equivalent to the chip that conspiracacy nuts (spelled futurists) warn us about.

  • wbboei

    alcina
    March 9, 2016 at 11:37 am
    wbboei

    Would there be any way for a President Trump to rid Congress of traitors such as Ryan and McConnell? Or are we stuck with them?
    —-
    Getting rid of them may be a bridge too far.

    Exposing them however will be the better alternative.

    It is possible that Ryan will lose his congressional election.

  • alcina

    Fiorina endorses Cruz. gross 😝

  • S

    Oh what a night…

    **********************************

    and hometown boy Robio wakes up to this…

    http://www.tampabay.com/opinion/editorials/editorial-marco-rubio-not-ready-to-be-president/2268466

    Editorial: Marco Rubio not ready to be president

    Vote for me to stop Donald Trump. That is Sen. Marco Rubio’s message to Florida voters this week as the Republican establishment desperately tries to prevent the billionaire from winning the Republican nomination for president and completing a hostile takeover of the party. It’s a weak argument from a weak candidate who is not prepared to be president.

    Throughout his political career, Rubio has focused on promoting himself and preparing for his next move rather than providing leadership to effectively address the challenges of the moment. Relying on a charming personality and a smooth speaking style, he has been more talk than action, more gimmick than substance, more opportunist than committed public servant. The result is a thin resume, a reputation for failing to pay attention to detail and a tendency to bend when the political winds shift.

    Let’s remember that as the second-youngest speaker of the Florida House, Rubio’s big gimmick was a blank book that he filled with 100 ideas that ranged from education reforms to promoting alternative energy. Yet during his speakership between 2006 and 2008, less than a quarter of those ideas became law. He gave up on his boldest idea, a regressive proposal to eliminate property taxes on primary homes in exchange for a gradual 2.5-cent sales tax increase, when the Senate wisely refused to go along.

    Let’s remember the other highlights of Rubio’s time in Tallahassee. It was while he was House speaker that Rep. Ray Sansom inserted $6 million into the state budget for a community college building that was really an airport hangar sought by a friend. It was Rubio who made it a priority for his friends on the state appellate court to get the $48 million “Taj Mahal” courthouse in Tallahassee. It was Rubio who charged thousands of dollars to his Republican Party credit card for personal expenses such as repairs to the family minivan that he says he repaid. So much for the fiscal responsibility Rubio likes to preach.

    Let’s remember that Rubio’s single term in the U.S. Senate has been devoid of a single significant accomplishment, unless we count a successful sneak attack on a small portion of the Affordable Care Act. He rose to national prominence as a key member of a bipartisan group of senators who passed sweeping immigration reform. True to form, Rubio abandoned it when the heat was turned up by opponents, and he has spent much of this campaign trying to explain himself without satisfying anyone.

    Rubio is a leader in Washington in one respect: He has missed more votes than any other senator in the past 12 months. To be fair, that is only slightly worse than Barack Obama’s Senate voting record for the same period in the run-up to the 2008 election, PolitiFact reports. But the fact-checkers also show that Rubio’s voting record is worse than Obama’s in nine of the 12 previous quarters before the presidential election. The best argument for a promotion is a stellar performance in the current job, and Rubio fails that test.

    One of this year’s ironies is that the antiestablishment Republican voters whom Rubio relied upon to win the U.S. Senate race in 2010 have abandoned him. The 2016 version of the tea party wave is angrier, more disillusioned and wider. Rubio, who has spent his career plotting his next move and exploiting opportunities rather than building a strong record and a natural constituency, has no viable way forward absent a Florida miracle. He also has damaged his personal brand with robotic debate performances and foolish attempts to match Trump’s crudeness.

    Even Rubio’s argument that Florida Republicans should vote for him Tuesday as the best way to stop Trump rings hollow. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas has more convention delegates than Rubio. Gov. John Kasich of Ohio has broader appeal and a better shot of winning his home state. A vote for Rubio may be a protest vote — but it won’t be a vote for someone who is prepared to be president.

  • gonzotx

    And all 12 of her votes Fiorina

  • S

    videoclip of civil rights icon Charles Evers endorsing Donald Trump on MSNBC

    http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc-news/watch/brother-of-civil-rights-icon-endorses-trump-638823491568

  • S

    How many times is Woodward going to ask Donald the same question and ignore his answers…

    the real problem is Woodward, who did the same exact thing last time he was on Morning Joe…sounding like a broken record…problem is Woodward does not like Donald’s answer so he chooses not to accept the answer

    what does he expect for Donald to lay out the negotiation details this morning on MJ…what a fool…does Woodward have no comprehension at all regarding how business is conducted…or ‘the Art of the Deal’

    so out of touch…and do not get me started on Cokie Roberts, Ms Santamonious…oh brother

    http://www.msnbc.com/morning-joe/watch/woodward-to-trump-how-will-you-build-the-wall-640234563772

  • S

    OT…just as I suspected there are links all over the net suggesting that Charlie Gasparino was drunk on Fox business last night with Cavuto with Lou Dobbs and panel

    *******************

    totallydisgusted…Lou Dobbs is very supported of Donald Trump…Neil Cavuto is skeptical but not negative or anti-trump…Neil is basically an upbeat guy

    you did find a safer place at Fox business so to speak…

  • wbboei

    S
    March 9, 2016 at 1:00 pm
    Oh what a night…

    **********************************

    and hometown boy Robio wakes up to this…

    http://www.tampabay.com/opinion/editorials/editorial-marco-rubio-not-ready-to-be-president/2268466
    ——-
    He wants to be governor of Florida.

    Right?

    He is not an idiot.

    True?

    So he knows he cannot beat Trump.

    Correct?

    And he knows he will not be Trump’s vp.

    Probably not.

    Then suppose he stays in the race.

    Okay.

    Suppose he loses Florida.

    Yea.

    His home state.

    Right.

    Does losing his home state enhance his prospect for becoming Governor of Florida?

    No.

    Does losing his home state adversely affect his prospects for becoming Governor of Florida?

    Most likely.

    Is it too late for him to get out?

    No. Not if he can come up with a plausible excuse.

    Will his donors allow him to keep the 25 million?

    No problem.

    Well . . . . take the money and run (away), little marco.

    (Little) feet don’t let me down now!

  • jbstonesfan

    Other than Florida and North Carolina, Bernie has some very winnable states coming up..this thing is going to drag on to the convention….I mean even Bernie was in total shock at the post haste press conference from Miami last night..Hillary’s message is not resonating .

    =================

    PS-Donna Brazile and Van Jones are very hard to listen to on CNN.

  • wbboei

    alcina
    March 9, 2016 at 12:51 pm
    Fiorina endorses Cruz. gross
    ——-
    Mirror mirror on the wall . . .

    I think this was a matter of vanity.

    To endorse Donald would be to ratify what he said about her.

  • S

    just as I expected there are links all over the web suggesting that Charile Gasparino was drunk on Cavuto last night

    ***********************

    totally disgusted…Lou Dobbs is very supportive of Donald Trump
    Neil Cavuto is skeptical but not anti…Neil is generally upbeat and uses humor to diffuse a lot

    you did find a safer place with Fox Business

  • S

    wbboei

    March 9, 2016 at 2:07 pm

    S
    March 9, 2016 at 1:00 pm
    Oh what a night…

    **********************************

    and hometown boy Robio wakes up to this…
    *******************************************************

    wbboei…robio will probably become a lobbyist…making big bucks somewhere…maybe for the sugar companies in fla

  • freespirit

    Outris
    March 9, 2016 at 3:08 pm
    Did hell freeze over??!

    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/megyn-kelly-trumps-unscripted-campaign-is-a-breath-of-fresh-air/

    ______________

    Whether Hell is frozen or hotter than … well – hell, Megan has realized that her ass is badly in need of covering.

  • Southern Born

    “Would there be any way for a President Trump to rid Congress of traitors such as Ryan and McConnell? Or are we stuck with them?”
    _________________________

    Of course ridding us of Ryan, McConnell, Pelosi, Reid and hopefully Obama is the dream of most of us plus taking down the elitist media to a large extent. Donald Trump is already turning to the general in some ways and says he wants everyone to get along and he will make great deals. I don’t think any of us know what Trump will actually do as president. We can put all our hopes and dreams and interpret what we think Trump means and what we think Trump will do. We can even at this point make his words say whatever we want, however, we’ve all been down this road before and we do NOT KNOW what a President Trump will do.

    People who are trusting him now and all in the tank for him to “change” America and make it great again…may be right and it will be fantastic if that is what really will happen. BUT.. his administration may be nothing like what we expect and end up being a huge narcissistic con job. We can only hope and pray that is not our future reality.

  • Outris

    Southern,

    That outcome is what we have had for the past 8 years, so it may be a risk worth taking.

  • Outris

    If we get Hillary, I think we know it will be more of the same. She has said as much.

  • freespirit

    wbboei
    March 9, 2016 at 11:16 am
    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2016/03/09/huffpos-grim-54-private-jets-at-meeting-to-stop-trump/

    _________

    Just from an advertising perspective, that headline would make a hell of a campaign advert. for trump. As in, “even 54 jet planes couldn’t take him down”.

  • freespirit

    Outris
    March 9, 2016 at 4:12 pm
    If we get Hillary, I think we know it will be more of the same. She has said as much.
    ______

    And as we have learned, no politician, no presidential candidate in America has ever stretched the truth to those with the power to grant or withhold the nomination.

    Look at her record and you won’t see Obama 3.

    If she is lying to the Dims in order to get the nomination, that would be a well-deserved pay-back to the progs in her party. I hope she’s lying through her teeth to the back-stabbing, vote stealing, bastards.

    I know you guys think it’s delusional (one of the kinder descriptors used, I believe) to think Hillary will return to center. I’m not saying I’m convinced that will happen, but I think it would be a mistake not to consider her past stand on issues and her past actions

  • totally disgusted

    jbstonesfan

    March 9, 2016 at 2:12 pm

    How can her message be resonating? She has called people like me racist morons. She insults my intelligence every time she states how well things are going and how we need to continue obamas course. Seniors trying to live, save on o % interest….. Massive unemployment….policies which are strangling the middle class and enlarging the servant class…. give me a break. I will take Donald…warts and all. China is killing off a good part of my industry and Trump has made this a political reality.

  • totally disgusted

    Southern Born

    I read his book. If he brings only his business expertise to better manage this government and make better deals, we will be much better off. People in NY know that the man has a good heart. No one is perfect but I’m very comfortable being strongly for Trump.

  • blowme0bama

    totally disgusted

    March 9, 2016 at 4:34 pm

    jbstonesfan

    March 9, 2016 at 2:12 pm

    How can her message be resonating?
    __________________________________________

    Oh, I think it is: “more Obama(U racists!!)” isn’t an easy sell. Separate the mythical Zero held in esteem by his syscophants from his actual nitwitted policies, and people aren’t real keen on what’s been going on.

  • Outris

    Free,

    Sorry, I don’t buy that she is going to change to her previous views, some of which I still wouldn’t agree with anyway. That’s asking me to accept and believe that she’s lying about her plans. I say call out Obama now if that’s what she really feels and let the chips fall where they may.

    She is a liar, but not when it comes to supporting Obama.

  • gonzotx

    I was sorry to hear Trump say he didn’t need ads in his speech.
    Maybe that’s why he had some problems with his steaks and Vodka. ..snark

  • Lu4PUMA

    What the 54 jet passengers need to understand is that they would be best off to respect the peacful revolution and take a haircut, than lose their heads.

  • alcina

    on the radio driving home tonight heard JEB is holding a meeting in FLA with all candidates, Rubio, Kasich, Cruz and various assorted pukes to come up with a plan to thwart Trumps progression. Cant remember if it was Hannity, CNN or MSNBC.

    anyone else hear this?

  • Tony Stark

    So according to this, Hillary lost in Michigan thanks to Muslims living over there. Guess they consider Bernie’s campaign a jihad to believe in.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/03/09/report-muslim-voters-fuel-bernie-sanders-upset-victory-in-michigan/

  • Shadowfax

    freespirit
    March 9, 2016 at 4:30 pm
    Outris
    March 9, 2016 at 4:12 pm
    If we get Hillary, I think we know it will be more of the same. She has said as much.
    ______

    And as we have learned, no politician, no presidential candidate in America has ever stretched the truth to those with the power to grant or withhold the nomination.

    Look at her record and you won’t see Obama 3.

    If she is lying to the Dims in order to get the nomination, that would be a well-deserved pay-back to the progs in her party. I hope she’s lying through her teeth to the back-stabbing, vote stealing, bastards.

    ———-
    I fully agree, FREE.

    Talking to some obots a few minutes ago at work, and they were talking about Bernie….and one of them said that Bernie could beat Trump, not Hillary. They look at MI as the proof.

    Needless to say, the discussion got a little warm when I asked how Bernie was going to pay for free college and free healthcare. How he had no other concerns like foreign policy, etc….and you know what these adults said…………….

    NOBODY CARES ABOUT EXPERIENCE NOW. WE WANT X, Y & Z AND BERNIE IS THE ONLY ONE THAT CAN GET IT FOR US.

    I had to end the discussion because I made it clear that Bernie couldn’t accomplish their goals, financially or with the Senate and House a majority of Republican’s I also made it clear that they were kidding themselves.

    Well folks, that is what we saw in Obie and those people haven’t learned a thing.

    This is the kind of voters Hillary is trying to win over with her far left reaching.

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