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  1. 6 minutes ago on Joe Heller

    Pretty much never. The GOP can’t bear to waste 30 years of smears that turned up NOTHING AT ALL.

  2. 9 minutes ago on Phil Hands

    Yes, decision was ignorant in the extreme. This sort of thing is done by persons who believe in rules, and rules only, and use no judgement whatsoever in applying them. IOW, the perfect idiot for a school superintendant, and such jobs.

    99.5% of the time, rigidly applying rules will get you kudos, even if you’re being stupid. That other .5% of the time, it’s gonna get you boiled alive. And you’ll deserve it, for being a blithering idiot.

  3. 22 minutes ago on Bob Gorrell

    Reading up on the ACTUAL history of Trump, vs the IMAGINARY history of Trump is a bit of a surreal walk in fantasy land.

    To accept Trump’s version of his past, you have to believe that:

    Stealling from one’s siblings is smart;

    Bankruptcy is a tool to be used whenever possible, and it’s clever to do so;

    Payment on lawsuit is a good way to live;

    Your word on a contract is meaningless, and that’s OK;

    Shameless self promotion is the very best thing ever;

    Being utterly vulgar on Howard Stern is great, and telling Stern the future First Lady is sitting next to you nude is very cool;

    And hiding your information as much as humanly possible is proof there’s nothing to see there, move along.

    This is all well documented, much of it in lawsuit filings, quite a bit, including that Stern interview, is on youtube. The GOTRUMP voters dismiss all that as really heroic stuff. And fake news, OFC. AMAZING how the fake media knew 30 years in advance that Trump would be the hero of the GOP. Totally amazing.

  4. 30 minutes ago on Bob Gorrell

    You just have to use a microscope to find them on one side. The other side, those guys are all in the morgue.

  5. 31 minutes ago on John Deering

    I have to agree, Mulvaney is toast.

    What’s really fascinating is that Trump isn’t really walking it back. He’s just muddling around it.

    Gotta admit, it was a first. The Chief of Staff, in front of witnesses and cameras rolling says, “YES, we committed federal crimes. Everyone does it. GET OVER IT!”

  6. about 10 hours ago on Michael Ramirez

    And indeed he has admitted his guilt. But the Republicans didn’t care a whit.

  7. about 10 hours ago on Joe Heller

    Hillary certainly had the vast right wing conspiracy pegged. It just took a few years longer for most of us to see it. She certainly undershot the mark with “deplorables”, I generally and PROUDLY call the Trumpanskis “DESPICABLES”, which is also too mild, but is about as strong as the moderators will allow.

    As for Russia trying to use Gabbard as a “spoiler”, I very much doubt that would work a second time, right now pretty much every Democrat will vote for the nominee, whoever that person is. But Gabbard has little to no chance of anything, and I really don’t think she’s going to try a independant run, if so, it’ll kill her chances in the party for decades and she’s surely smart enough to know that. So I’m not at all certain of this, but I admit I haven’t paid much attention to low polling individuals.

  8. about 18 hours ago on Robert Ariail

    Just some more IOKIYAR! nonsense.



    I notice you aren’t excited about any of those names.

  9. about 21 hours ago on Clay Bennett

    It’d be fun to get the records off that cell phone. You could find out how many times a day he calls the Russian embassy and asks for a secure patch through to Pooty Poot.

  10. about 21 hours ago on Phil Hands

    It’s not like building barracks would cost that much, nor would it cost that much to simply assign a cop to each one, to patrol all night long.

    It takes a group that CARES ENOUGH to get it done.

    Republicans don’t care, not even a little bit.