Thursday, July 23, 2015











Really is worth at least ten-thousand words, ain't it?

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  1. Hillary has it made right now, and she's doing exactly what she should - keeping off the spotlight. Sanders is rallying the left, rather well, Trump is destroying the GOP, very well, and Clinton is raising lots of money for the ads and campaigning she's going to have to run next year.

    So far, so good.

    JMJ

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    1. Janice Angers-NeedlemanJuly 23, 2015 at 8:12 AM

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    2. Proud NOT to be a ProgressiveJuly 23, 2015 at 11:17 AM

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    3. You may be right, Jersey. I've been suspicious of the roles played by Trump and Sanders BOTH. I think it's entirely possible given the shady, devious, acquisitive, grossly manipulative, always self-serving nature of the Clintons that both Trump AND Sanders are being cleverly USED to AID Hillahag's campaign. Both may even be fully aware of it and complicit.

      At any rate, a Clinton victory is certain to be a colossal defeat for the best interests of our country.

      Tell me something, Jersey.

      Besides her NOT being a Republican, what could you possibly find ATTRACTIVE or DESiRABLE about Hillary Clinton?

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    4. I'm already married, FreeThinke, so I'm not looking for Hillary to be my wife.

      I'm thinking about appointments, foreign affairs, veto power, the bully pulpit, executive departments, etc. She'd be far better than any Republican running now. This, for me, has nothing to do with personality (she's a boring stereotypical Baby Boomer), and everything to do with what interests will be represented in the White House. Her's are better than the GOP's and it's as simple as that. As for the betterment of the country, I have no doubt whatsoever a Democrat would be better than a Republican, the joke of a party that now shows 25% of it's support for Donald Trump.

      JMJ

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    5. Thurston Howell IIIJuly 23, 2015 at 2:15 PM

      and she is Wall Street's choice.

      Well done, Jersey my boy. Glad to see you 'progressives' have no compunctions about abandoning your high ideals.

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    6. It's not their high ideals Marxian-Fabian-Communist-Socialist-Liberal-Progressive-Statist-D'RATS are unwilling to abandon, Thursty, Old Boy, it's the BLINDERS they wear steadfastly that make it impossible for them to see anything but Beauty, Truth, Love, Charm, Grace, Infinite Wisdom, True Love, and Boundless Prosperity in anyone who wears the D'RAT Label.

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    7. Guys, try, just for once, to follow me here - Hillary - the ONLY realistic choice - will be running against whoever the GOP vomits out of it's clown circus - the ONLY other realistic choice, and that Republican WOULD do really bad things, whereas Hillary Clinton seems benign but status quo.

      That's it. This isn't just about "ideals." This is about real life choices. Hillary is OBVIOUSLY YOU IDIOTS a better choice for liberals than any Republicans could possibly be.

      JMJ

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    9. Sorry, but I TOLD YOU we won't tolerate name-calling and vulgarity here any longer, and I MEANT it. Avoid GUTTERSPEAK and stale cliché-ridden rhetoric. Either write in good standard ENGLISH, or don't bother to address us at all.

      THANK YOU.

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    10. And all YOU are doing, Jersey, old buddy, is making an extravagant display of your PREJUDICES. We all have 'em, but at the very least we should use our minds to make and attempt to JUSTIFY them.

      Failing that, all we're doing is writing endless variations on:

      A: You're an idiot.

      B: No, YOU'RE the idiot.

      A: You're a MORON!

      B: If I'm a moron, yOu're a FUCKING moron!!!

      ETC.


      And it goes downhill from there. That's why Free Speech must be RESPONSIBLE Free Speech lest we lose the right to Freedom of Expression altogether.

      If we can't learn to control OURSELVES, some would-be tyrant is sure to come along very soon to grab the levers of power, and then we WILL be sorry.

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  2. Good gawd! Why must you post such things? Look at that last picture there, it relates to the first picture. Ol' Hildabeast would make any man's arrow droop.

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    1. Why? Because someone needs to stand firm and present graphic evidence that a nation who would even CONSIDER electing such a person to be its president is a nation that has LOST ITS (collective) MIND.

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    2. #Black Lies MatterJuly 23, 2015 at 2:18 PM

      Only Jersey McJones could "Stand Firm" next to that old bat.

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    3. AHEM!!!

      Watch your step, #BLM. You're teetering right on the brink of being smutty.

      ––––– THE ENFORCER –––––

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  3. A PROUD ProgressiveJuly 23, 2015 at 8:23 AM

    I have read several Bagger news sites and blogs and have seen quite a few saying Donald Trump is working for the Clintons or he's a Democratic plant to make the Baggers look bad, as if they need Trump to do that? It's amazing, but predictable. The Bagger have encouraged the sort of nasty attacks Trump has used and they love any politician who acts like a blowhard,calling that "telling it like it is." Now that they have a real-life bag of sh*t spsreading his crap all over America and proud to be a Republican, the Bagger have to blame someone, anyone, but themselves.

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    1. lol! So complains a member of the party of Anthony Wiener, Rod Blagojevich, Charlie Rangel, and is currently running Hillary (Benghazi) Clinton for President!

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    2. FJ, surely you could think of a worse set of D'Rat villains than THAT motley crew!

      FDR and buck-toothed Eleanor, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, Charles Schumer, Dick Durbin, The Kennedeath Klan, LBJ, Pat Leahy, the late, not great Bobby Byrd, Barbara Boxer, Dianne Feinstein, Bella Abzug, Nita Lowey, Elizabeth Holtzmann, the Ochs-Sulzbergers, Ben Bradlee, Katharine Meyer Graham, Woodward and Bernstein, Earl Warren, Sandra Day O'Connor, David Souter, John Roberts, the list of leftist termites and their minions witting and unwitting is endless.

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    3. Villains? I prefer to expose the Democrat party's greater Fools.

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    4. A fool by his very nature is also a villain.

      "The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools."

      ~ John Tyndall (1820-1893)

      In my doubtless arrogant opinion we should be kind to the fools among us, but never indulge them. There is a difference.

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  4. A PROUD ProgressiveJuly 23, 2015 at 8:27 AM

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  7. A Proud ProgressiveJuly 23, 2015 at 10:01 AM

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  8. He's the only one who's be able to act like a nincompoop and rise in the polls.

    Clinton did it for YEARS! Not THAT was Entertainment!

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    1. A Proud ProgressiveJuly 23, 2015 at 11:32 AM

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    2. By he, I suppose you meant Donald Trump?

      I don't think he's acting like a nincompoop at all. I think he's acting like a very savvy, typically brash, loudmouthed NEW YORKER.

      Surely he has all the makings of a first-rate demagogue, and he's rude, vulgar, and uncouth, BUT he also has "street smarts" the likes of which most of us can't even dream.

      We could do –– and certainly HAVE DONE –– far worse than having a person who's been able to make mountains of money and leave his personal architectural stamp on a vibrant, vitally important place like New York City leading the nation.

      MOST of our problems stem from FISCAL IRRESPONSIBILITY and gross MISMANAGEMENT of public affairs.

      I don't hold out much hope, though, that owners and operators of the ENEMEDIA aka The Oligarchs will NOT get their way.

      I'm willing to bet that after this Media Circus Hillary and Jeb Bush will be the candidates –– a no-contest contest that Jeb will ever-so-graciously LOSE, because that is the roleThe Oligarchs have carved out for him.

      But, if you think that Hillary is on YOUR side anymore than she is on MINE, you're sadly mistaken. Hillary and Jeb –- the Clintons, the Bushes, the Obamas –– ALL of them –– are on the SAME side –– THEIR OWN which is synonymous with that of The Oligarchs.

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    3. "he's acting like a very savvy, typically brash, loudmouthed NEW YORKER."

      Hey now. Easy there, FT. New Yorkers think this guy is a joke and always have. There's nothing "typically New Yorker" about Trump.

      JMJ

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    4. FT,
      In my view, Trump has sized up the political market. He knows what is selling right now.

      The GOP has played "the Trump thing" all wrong.

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    5. There's nothing "typically New Yorker" about Trump...

      ...except his hair.

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    6. AOW has it right, the rest misperceive the situation.

      Since I AM a New Yorker born and bred, I am eminently well-qualified to understand what it means to be a prototype of the genre.

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    7. FT,
      Why, thank you! I've been sitting back and watching without frenetically trying to decide what position to take on the "the Trump thing." Taking one's time does have its benefits.

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    8. IF he does do an H. Ross Perot, we will know for sure that he's a dirty rat who is perfectly willing to assure a victory for Her Heinous just to assuage his enormous ego.

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  9. MINDLESS INSULTS, WITLESS VULGARITY and examples of sheer STUPIDITY are NOT acceptable here.

    This blog is not a CITY DUMP, a PUBLIC TOILET or a SEPTIC TANK, or a GARBAGE SKOW.

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    1. What the heck are all these comments getting deleted, FT? Are they all just cursing and insulting? Who are these people???

      JMJ

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    2. Betty Battles, Sgt, USAJuly 23, 2015 at 2:21 PM

      I don't know why he deleted me. I gave that jughead a right piece of my mind!

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    3. Because you used gratuitous vulgarity, Betty, and were unnecessarily unkind. I, personally, am fed up, sick, and tired of that style of commentary, and won't have it here any linger.

      Now, you know.

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  10. In Money we trustJuly 23, 2015 at 2:32 PM

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  11. There's a broken link in the body of the blog post. Here is the correct link:

    Why Hillary Clinton and her rivals are struggling to grasp Black Lives Matter.

    Concluding portion of the article, which I found quite interesting:

    “Black lives matter,” Clinton said in response to a question posed to her on Facebook by a Washington Post reporter. “We need to acknowledge some hard truths about race and justice in this country, and one of those hard truths is that that racial inequality is not merely a symptom of economic inequality. Black people across America still experience racism every day.”

    The post drew some praise from activists online. Mckesson, the organizer who had been invited to attend Clinton’s announcement speech, told his Twitter followers that it was “solid.”

    But he added a dose of skepticism: Compared with her rivals, after all, she got off easy.

    “She also had time to craft it,” Mckesson wrote. “She should’ve been at Netroots.”

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  12. Donald Trump says the chances that he will launch a third-party White House run will “absolutely” increase if the Republican National Committee is unfair to him during the 2016 primary season.

    “The RNC has not been supportive. They were always supportive when I was a contributor. I was their fair-haired boy,” the business mogul told The Hill in a 40-minute interview from his Manhattan office at Trump Tower on Wednesday. “The RNC has been, I think, very foolish.”

    Pressed on whether he would run as a third-party candidate if he fails to clinch the GOP nomination, Trump said that “so many people want me to, if I don’t win.”

    “I’ll have to see how I’m being treated by the Republicans,” Trump said. “Absolutely, if they’re not fair, that would be a factor.”

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    1. Unfortunately, you are right, and i lends credence to the notion that Trump is letting himself be USED by Hillary to help her secure what is sure to be a victory with disastrous consequences for what-used-to-be The Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave.

      This is what happens when pushy, greedy, self-serving, self-appointed Oligarchs hijack an entire nation by stealth using the multi-pronged methodology developed by the Cultural Marxists.

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    2. Trump is shoving it in everybody's face, and good for him!

      bout time we had a straight-talking politician.

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    3. "All that glitters is not gold."

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  13. Now Trumps threatening to go 3rd party.
    That would pretty much cinch the election for Hillary Clinton. Let's watch Koch Walker fight a battle on two fronts. The clown car made Romney come out as a reactionary. This should be epic.
    The Goopers nominations usually are.
    More popcorn please, this is going to take a wile .

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    1. Gooper Hater,
      As I said above, the GOP contenders have played "the Trump thing" all wrong.

      I'd like to slap them. Really. Slap them back to their senses.

      Will Trump bolt to a third party? Maybe, maybe not. We shall see.

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    2. My contempt for the GOP Establishment is exceeded only by my contempt for leftists.

      That old saw –– The EVIL Party v. The STUPID Party –– leaves no doubt as to which is which.

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    3. Given the way the RNC treats "challengers" such as the Tea Party, its' no wonder Trump "threatens" them (in more than one way). And "third party" threats are Trump's only leverage.

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    4. Trump's presence embarrasses the Left and the MSM. For years they've pretended that there's only one perspective, the "liberal narrative". Then comes Trump, and people actually start hearing what they've always thought was "mainstream" opinion, it's what their friends all thought and said, but they were told nightly on the 6 'o'clock news that it wasn't so, Now they're hearing it on the 6 o'clock news and its' "refreshing"... except they must now questions why the Republican leaders are so upset. Could it be that these "leaders" have been pandering to the media and Left all these years, and not really representing them? Could be...

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    5. Thersites,
      the Republican leaders are so upset. Could it be that these "leaders" have been pandering to the media and Left all these years, and not really representing them?

      I say YES!

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    6. Yes, INDEED!

      They are NOT representing US, they are serving as lackeys to The Oligarchs.

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  14. The Hillary-loving Left appears to hate Trump. See this graphic.

    Of course, if a diehard Commie is speaking his mind and drunk at the same time, that's a-okay with the Left.

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  15. stomp, snort, and gruntJuly 23, 2015 at 6:16 PM

    We came across this info. from Pew Research. Should the GOP take heed or ignore?

    Slump Of the GOP.

    Good Hillary is tanking. Should GOP rethink strategic planning for future?

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  16. Glad to see a new post up. I saw that old one up for so many days and got worried.

    I see from the holes in the upholstery that the trolls have been through...

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    1. That post NEVER gets old. It should be regarded as a kind of BIBLE for conservatives who have no real idea of how and why things got as bad as they are.

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  17. If you'd like to hear something certain to embarrass the Left, please listen to this:

    http://www.mrctv.org/blog/bernie-sanders-recorded-folk-album-80s-and-its-terrible#.iumtpi:cOqe

    It's linked directly in the list of links that comprise the article. If leftists had any sense, this one item should KILL Bernie's campaign all by itself.

    Bernie's ANOTHER typical New Yorker. Brash, Bold, Insensitive, Aggressive, Crude, Rude, etc.

    Why aren't the RINO-Enemedia Coalition beating up in HIM? };-)>

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    1. Ol' Bernie's just a sideshow entertaining latte leftists. Meanwhile, the Clintoon Crime Machine chugs on. The more salient question is why isn't anyone in the media going after the wicked witch and her pedo-rapist husband?

      Just as Jebby will play his role as worthy GOP opponent who goes down gracefully after being gored by the Hildabeast and trampled by Democrat vote fraud, so Bernie's in there making it look like a contest on the Democrap side.

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  18. Speaking of Hillary...New York Times alters Clinton email story:

    The New York Times made small but significant changes to an exclusive report about a potential criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton's State Department email account late Thursday night, but provided no notification of or explanation for of the changes.

    The paper initially reported that two inspectors general have asked the Justice Department to open a criminal investigation "into whether Hillary Rodham Clinton mishandled sensitive government information on a private email account she used as secretary of state."

    That clause, which cast Clinton as the target of the potential criminal probe, was later changed: the inspectors general now were asking for an inquiry "into whether sensitive government information was mishandled in connection with the personal email account Hillary Rodham Clinton used as secretary of state."

    The Times also changed the headline of the story, from "Criminal Inquiry Sought in Hillary Clinton’s Use of Email" to "Criminal Inquiry Is Sought in Clinton Email Account," reflecting a similar recasting of Clinton's possible role. The article's URL was also changed to reflect the new headline.

    As of early Friday morning, the Times article contained no update, notification, clarification or correction regarding the changes made to the article.

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    1. Doesn't pass the SMELL TEST does it, AOW?

      The New York Times was dubbed "A Dirty Communist Rag" by my very own father back in the mid-nineteen-forties. Mother brought it into the house once, because she thought the Sunday Section would be good to have around. (Mother was right, by the way.) Well, Dad turned purple, called it "That Dirty Communist Rag," and immediately put it in the fireplace, and laid several logs on top of it so it could be used as the basis for our next living room fire.

      Father may have been a bit of a hothead, but he was nobody's fool.

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      Your father was a wise man.

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  19. Presidents get elected because they are likable and appear authentic, genuine, and real, the Pig in a Pantsuit is none of those.

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    1. True most of the time, but as surely we all ought to know by now, "Appearances can be deceiving."

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  20. Trump's threatening to run as an independent candidate is nothing new.


    He did the same thing in 2011.

    And obviously, the Klintoons put him up to that back then. I mean if someone thinks it; it MUST be true!

    The GOP created Trump in their own image and they're so embarrassed by the Chump that they're blaming him on the Clintons?

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  21. Let me say this, anyone who doesn’t like McCain for his politics is a friend of mine … and I’m enjoying watching the losers over at the Progressive blogs , the MSM and the Grand Old RINOs have absolute shit fits about the guy!

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  22. LOL at these Rightwing Kooks.July 25, 2015 at 7:19 AM

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  23. The Hildebeast's "logic":

    "Clearly I'm not asking people to vote for me simply because I'm a woman," presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said in West Columbia, South Carolina on Thursday. "I'm asking people to vote for me on the merits. And I think one of the merits is I am a woman and I can bring those views and perspectives to the White House."

    [source]

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    1. I would be funny if it ween't so terrifyingly sad, wouldn't it, AOW?

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