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Tick Tock Tick Tock

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Looks like things might get real interesting real soon - from The Gateway Pundit:

IT’S HAPPENING… BREAKING: President Trump Meets with AG Bill Barr in Oval Office – Then Delays Departure and Calls in Top Aides and Communication Team
President Donald Trump met with Attorney General William Barr today in the Oval Office.

Earlier this week their were rumblings that the Inspector General’s report was going through the final stages before it is released.

Inspector General Horowitz has been working on the report for over a year.

Planning a trip to Costco tomorrow - maybe pick up some more popcorn.

Potential for change

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Wonder how long she will hang on - from St. Louis, MO station KMOV:

Ruth Bader Ginsburg misses court due to illness
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was not on the bench for oral arguments Wednesday due to illness, according to Chief Justice John Roberts.

Roberts announced she was "indisposed due to illness."

A court spokesperson said that Ginsburg was home with a stomach virus and that she is expected to participate in the cases by reading the briefs.

As poor as her health has been in the last ten years, she really blew it by not retiring during Obama's administration. The Dems could have seated a liberal justice then. Now, we run things and the court will be conservative for a long long time.

Not wishing anyone any harm but feeling very happy at this development.

I think about this all the time too...

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...And I am so glad that it is President Trump. From PJ Media:

Hillary on BBC Radio: 'I Think About What Kind of President I Would Have Been All the Time'

The deep state would have won. President Trump came not a second too late.

A curious development

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Dan Scavino is President Trump's online communications director and yesterday, he posted this:


Fun video - BadFellas

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Picking the wrong side - New York Times

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Third time's the charm - from Elizabeth Harrington:

Heh - so true. The creepy porn lawyer was going to get the Bad Orange Man. Then it was Robert Meuller after spending $20+ million and two+ years. Then it was Leaky Adam Shiff-4-brains. They have nothing. We have President Trump.

From The Hill:

Hillary Clinton urges Democrats to pick a candidate who can win the Electoral College
Hillary Clinton on Monday urged Democrats to choose a nominee who can win the Electoral College in 2020.

"We have to hope that whoever ends up nominated can win the Electoral College," she said at a discussion of her book, "The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience," in Denver.

"I think several of our candidates could win the popular vote but as I know ... that's not enough," added the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee.

"I don't think we have a choice; we have to win" in 2020, she said, speaking alongside her daughter and co-author Chelsea Clinton at a sold-out event.

She urged a supportive crowd of almost 2,000 people to "work hard for your preference in the primary" but "close ranks behind whoever is nominated."

And of course, that winner would be none other than Hillary herself. It is her turn. She deserves the title.

I am an American

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Gerard Van der Leun has sounded the clarion call and we must answer. From American Digest:

The AMERICAN Party: I Am Not “Republican.” I Am Not “Conservative.” I Am Not “Alt Right.” None of These. “I am an AMERICAN.”

An American, one of the roughs, a kosmos,… No sentimentalist …. no stander above men and women or apart from them…
— Whitman, Leaves of Grass (1855)

“I am not an American, I am THE American.”
-– Mark Twain

A string of fearless hearts, on an endless ball of twine
It’s the same old train, it’s just a different time
— Same Old Train

Remember when Hillary Clinton, during her 2007 attempt to rule the world, stopped calling herself a “liberal” and rebranded herself as a “progressive?”

I do.

This relabeling from “Liberal” to “Progressive” was Clinton’s desperate attempt to crawl out from under the vast heap of crap she and all the other “liberals” had piled on themselves -– notably during her own husband’s administration. And who, when trying to run, wanted to have that old “liberal” ball and chain around her thick ankles? Not Hillary.

By 2007 “Liberal” had become so drenched in sewage liberals could only clean it through “rebranding.”

The new/old brand name chosen was ‘progressive.’

Some very clear writing there - this needs to be spread around widely as Van der Leun is the first person to articulate what I and many other people have been feeling the last few years. A bit more:

After all, who can be against “progress?” Who is not pro “pro?”

Who, that is, except the vast majority of older Americans who had seen the wreckage that the progressives’ “progress” had wrought wherever it touched down on the American landscape.

Still, the recloaking of ye olde “liberal” wolves inside of the “Progressive Sheeps’ Clothing” worked well enough with the young and stupid as well as the old and malicious.

“Progressive” caught on because it junked “liberal” but didn’t say “socialist.” At least not in so many syllables, until the Democrat candidate Clownworld of 2019.

Much more at the site - a very powerful idea whose time has come.

I am an American.

Great observation by Tyler O'Neil at PJ Media:

Polls Suggest Impeachment Will Help Trump Reelection in Swing States
Democrats took a tremendous gamble by formally voting for an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Thursday. While polls suggest Americans support the inquiry, the general public is divided on whether or not Trump should be impeached and removed from office. Those in key swing states are more likely to oppose impeachment and removal, suggesting that the impeachment battle may help Trump's reelection in 2020.

Heh - Shiff et. al. think they are so very smart. They are not. Quite the opposite. I almost ALMOST feel sorry for Nancy Pelosi - she lost her mojo and is being dragged behind the progressive clown car.

Looking forward to the landslide in 2020.

A good essay from Don Surber

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Just go and read. Well worth your five minutes - very thoughtful.

True 'dat.

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From Woodsterman:


The distinction

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    • President Trump wanted the job.
    • Hillary Clinton wanted the title.

Found at Don Surber.

Now this will be fun - three reports

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Plus some other great stuff. Banner morning for The Gateway Pundit:


GET YOUR POPCORN READY – Four Different Reports Released Last Night Indicate the Days Ahead Will be Devastating for the DEEP STATE!
Last night was historic.  The news coming out on four fronts indicates that the Deep State should be very worried.  Those of us uncovering the many corrupt actions taken by President Obama’s Deep State have been looking forward to this day for some time!


President Trump Accuses Barack Obama of Treason in New Book For ‘Spying’ on His 2016 Campaign
Via Paul Bedard of the Washington Examiner:

President Trump has ratched up his claim that the Obama White House spied on his 2016 campaign, charging in a new book that it was a “treasonous” act by the former Democratic president.

“What they did was treasonous, OK? It was treasonous,” he told author Doug Wead for his upcoming book, “Inside Trump’s White House: The Real Story of His Presidency.”

And finally:

“You Will See Things No One Will Believe!” – President Trump Warns Deep State on Ongoing Durham and Barr Criminal Probe (VIDEO)
President Trump responded: "It looks like it’s becoming very serious from what I see. Investigate the investigators. Whether it’s Strzok and Page. Whether it’s Clapper and Comey and all of these people. Because terrible things went on for our country. And we have a great Attorney General, highly prestigious man, a very honorable man. And they’ve been looking at it for a long time. I can’t tell you what’s happening. I will tell you this. I think you’re going to see a lot of really bad things. And a lot of people think that, and they know they have problems, because they were very dishonest. And again I leave it all up to the Attorney General. And I leave it all up to the people who are working with the Attorney General who I don’t know. But I will say this, I think you will see things that no one will believe. This was the worst hoax in the history of our country."

Needless to say, lots more at the sites. Good reading for a Friday morning.

More please - Vice President Pence

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Nice to see him so on-point. From Reuters:

Pence backs Hong Kong protests in China speech, slams NBA and Nike
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday accused China of curtailing “rights and liberties” in Hong Kong and blasted U.S. company Nike and the National Basketball Association for falling in line with Beijing in a disagreement over free speech.

In a major policy speech on China that touched on an array of disputes ahead of talks with Beijing to ease a trade war, Pence said the United States does not seek confrontation or to “de-couple” from its main economic rival.

But he pulled no punches when addressing some of the political rifts between the two countries.

Criticizing China’s construction of a “surveillance state,” and “increasingly provocative” military action, Pence held up Taiwan’s Democracy as a better path for the Chinese and took Beijing to task for its handling of pro-democracy protests that have rocked Hong Kong for more than four months.

“Hong Kong is a living example of what can happen when China embraces liberty,” he said. “And yet, for the last few years, Beijing has increased its interventions in Hong Kong and engaged in actions that curtail the rights and liberties that Hong Kong’s people were guaranteed through a binding international agreement.”

We live in very interesting times. Looking forward to a free China. Tyranny is never good.

And saves the taxpayers money in the process - from the Wall Street Journal:

Trump to Tell Federal Agencies to Cut New York Times, Washington Post Subscriptions
The White House is planning to instruct federal agencies to not renew their subscriptions to the New York Times and the Washington Post, administration officials said, escalating President Trump’s attacks on the media outlets.

“Not renewing subscriptions across all federal agencies will be a significant cost saving—hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars will be saved,” White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said in an email Thursday.

Ms. Grisham declined to provide further details, and it wasn’t immediately clear how the White House intended to compel agencies to cancel the subscriptions or how soon the order would take effect. The White House was still working on implementing the directive as of Thursday morning, an administration official said.

Spokeswomen for the Times and the Post declined to comment.

That will have the liberals running around with their hair on fire. Epic troll from our President.

Heh - I love this: Fake News

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From FOX News:

White House won't renew subscriptions to 'fake' New York Times, Washington Post following Trump’s ‘Hannity’ hint
The White House said it wouldn’t renew subscriptions to The New York Times and The Washington Post on Tuesday after President Trump hinted at the move earlier in the week on Fox News’ “Hannity.”

Trump suggested that he would "probably terminate" both papers during a Monday interview with Sean Hannity, in which he called them "fake."

Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham told Politico on Tuesday that Trump was referring to subscriptions “which we won’t be renewing,” as opposed to terminating reporters from the papers’ access to the White House.

President Trump is just trolling the media - say something outrageous and watch them clutch their pearls. Fun.

Democrat rule all of them. From the pest control people Orkin:

Chicago Ranked #1 City on Orkin’s Top 50 Rattiest Cities List for Fifth Consecutive Time
Winter is coming, and so are the rodents. Orkin released its Top 50 Rattiest Cities list today, and for the fifth consecutive time, Chicago takes the top spot. New to the Top 10 cities this year are Minneapolis and Atlanta, holding the eighth and tenth spots, respectively.

Orkin ranked metro regions by the number of new rodent treatments performed from September 15, 2018 – September 15, 2019. This ranking includes both residential and commercial treatments.

    1. Chicago
    2. Los Angeles
    3. New York
    4. Washington, DC (Hagerstown)
    5. San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose

They list 50 cities. For fun, I checked the top ten and they all had a long history of democratic mayors. The most recent Republican mayor was Cleveland with George Voinovich whose term ended in 1989.

Really clever - found at Vanderleun's:

A strong message - Tulsi Gabbard

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Just wow! From her twitter account:

And I will say it again, if it was a choice between her and some RINO like Mittens, she would get my vote.

Fun video

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The stadium seats 20,000 and it was full with thousands standing around outside.

From The Last Refuge:

For a miscreant on the threshold of impeachment, he can sure pack them in...

Jeff Greenfield? From Infogalactic:

He served as media commentator for CBS News from 1979 to 1983 and as political and media analyst for ABC News from 1983 to 1997, often appearing on the Nightline program. He served as a senior analyst at CNN from 1998 to 2007. On May 1, 2007, Greenfield returned to CBS News, where he served as a senior political correspondent until April 2011. He currently hosts PBS's "Need To Know" and also does political commentary on NBC Nightly News.

So he is deeply embedded in the Mainstream Media. From his twitter feed:

General James Mad-Dog Mattis had similar thoughts - from the Washington Examiner:

'Ignoring reality': Biden got it wrong on Iraq, Mattis says
Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis doesn’t recite any of his conversations with President Trump in his upcoming book (much to the consternation of Washington journalists). But he does detail an evening with someone else who might be on the presidential ballot in 2020: Joe Biden, who was “ignoring reality” in Iraq, he says.

In Call Sign Chaos: Learning to Lead, co-written with Bing West and set to be published Tuesday, Mattis expounds on the lessons learned in his more than 40 years in the Marine Corps. His career culminated in three years as the head of U.S. Central Command, overseeing military operations in the Middle East and Central Asia from 2010 to 2013. That meant Mattis was in charge of American troops in Iraq and Afghanistan as war raged in both countries.

His meeting with Biden:

The general’s assessment fell on deaf ears.

“Vice President Biden and his assistants listened politely. But as we spoke, I sensed I was making no headway in convincing the administration officials not to support Maliki. It was like talking to people who lived in wooden houses but saw no need for a fire department,” Mattis writes.

“I liked the Vice President,” Mattis writes, even after Biden teased him: “Know why you’re at CENTCOM?” Biden asked him. “Because no one else was dumb enough to take the job.”

“I found him an admirable and amiable man. But he was past the point where he was willing to entertain a ‘good idea.’ He didn’t want to hear more; he wanted our forces out of Iraq. Whatever path led there fastest, he favored,” Mattis writes. “He exuded the confidence of a man whose mind was made up, perhaps even indifferent to considering the consequences were he judging the situation incorrectly.”

And the consequences of Biden's error:

Mattis’ warnings proved prescient, as Maliki, free of American influence, went after Sunni politicians and districts, alienating a third of the country. “Iraq slipped back into escalating violence. It was like watching a car wreck in slow motion,” Mattis writes. A Sunni revolt and a weak Iraqi Army allowed al Qaeda-aligned terrorists to return in 2014, calling themselves the Islamic State.

“It would take many years and tens of thousands of casualties, plus untold misery for millions of innocents, to break ISIS’s geographic hold,” Mattis writes. “All of this was predicted — and preventable.”

That administration was clueless and under their reign, the deep state increased its hold over our Government. So glad that President Trump is in office and will be for another five years.

President Trump talks to Hunter Biden

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Someone finally had the guts to say it out loud - from Mark Dice:

Classic Trump

Win / Win - China

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President Trump and the Chinese announced the first tranche of a set of trade agreements that are very favorable to both the USA and to China - a true win/win situation. From President Trump's twitter feed:

From John Hinderacker writing at Powerline:

What the Democrats fear most is happening: President Trump and his negotiating team are reaching wide-ranging agreements with China that will be a huge boon to the United States.

In an Oval Office press conference yesterday, President Trump and China’s Vice Premier announced a Phase 1 set of agreements that will be documented over the next several weeks. The video of the press conference is embedded below; Trump’s performance was masterful. His many years of experience as a negotiator shine through.

The Phase 1 agreement covers several important topics, including agricultural sales. China has agreed to ramp up its purchases of agricultural products to $40-$50 billion–three times the previous peak–over the next two years. Trump joked that farmers will need to buy more land and work overtime. That means, I think, that Democrats can say goodbye to hopes that tariffs would be the issue that could win votes in rural America.

The agreement also opens up China’s financial services markets to American companies, covers currency manipulation, and addresses some aspects of intellectual property and technology transfer agreements. Phase 2 negotiations will begin immediately.

In view of the Phase 1 agreement, new tariffs scheduled to go into effect on October 15 have been canceled. Further tariff increases are scheduled for December 15, but Trump and Steven Mnuchin, who participated in the press conference, emphasized that there is plenty of time to reach a Phase 2 agreement that would nullify those increases. Phase 2 could be the final agreement, or, if there are still open issues, there could be a Phase 3.

More at the site. Sounds well thought out, beneficial to the interests of the United States and beneficial to the interests of the Chinese as well. A skillful negotiation. President Trump is doing what we elected him to do - unlike some of the other creatures of the deep-state swamp.

Liberty and power

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Our forefathers knew best:

"Liberty may be endangered by the abuse of liberty, but also by the abuse of power...The truth is that all men having power ought to be mistrusted."
--James Madison

Great news - President Trump

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He signed a couple of executive orders - from Reason:

Trump's New Executive Orders To Restrain the Administrative State
President Donald Trump just announced two executive orders to rein in unlawful administrative state action.

The first order declares that its goal is "to ensure that Americans are subject to only those binding rules imposed through duly enacted statutes or through regulations lawfully promulgated under them, and that Americans have fair notice of their obligations."

The second complements the first, promising that Americans will not "be subjected to a civil administrative enforcement action or adjudication absent prior public notice of both the enforcing agency's jurisdiction over particular conduct and the legal standards applicable to that conduct."

Excellent, well thought out and very overdue. The administrative state is making rulings that have the same effect as laws passed by Congress. Legislation by bureaucrat is not constitutional and needs to be stopped.

Julián Castro - Pander Bear

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He did not do this for humanity, he did it for a photo-op. And to pander to his base. From the Los Angeles Times:

‘There’s no asylum for anyone.’ LGBTQ, disabled asylum seekers cross border with Julián Castro, but not for long
Presidential candidate Julián Castro on Monday escorted a group of asylum seekers across the border bridge to his native Texas from Mexico, where they had been sent under the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy.

Walking across the bridge with Castro were eight gay and lesbian asylum seekers from Cuba, Guatemala and Honduras, as well as a deaf Salvadoran woman and her three relatives. All had earlier tried to cross here with a lawyer after being returned to Mexico to await court hearings, and all had been sent back by U.S. Customs officers. Some had already waited four months.

They had already crossed into the states, applied for asylum and then were returned to Mexico to wait as their application was processed. The legal agreement is that Mexico would house and feed the asylum-seekers until the applications were processed and either accepted or rejected. Castro is breaking the law for a photo-op.

To think that there are people out there that think he would make a good president. Disgusting.

From CNS News:

Trump Awards Presidential Medal of Freedom to Former AG Edwin Meese
President Donald Trump presented former Attorney General Edwin Meese with the Presidential Medal of Freedom on Tuesday, calling him “an absolute titan of American law and a heroic defender of the American Constitution.”

“Perhaps Ed’s greatest contribution to American law has been his unwavering advocacy to the legal principle that judges must adhere to the original meaning of the Constitution, setting aside their own personal and political views,” Trump said.

“Through the decades, Ed has been one of the most eloquent champions for following the Constitution as written. To ensure fidelity to our founding documents, Ed supported the growth of the Federalist Society and worked to confirm supremely qualified judges, including the late, great Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, whose son just became the secretary of Labor,” he said.

A great man and a true constitutionalist.

Good article at The Rolling Stone

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Interesting to see some of the usually leftist publications actually doing their jobs and delivering the actual story.
From Matt Taibbi writing at The Rolling Stone:

The ‘Whistleblower’ Probably Isn’t
Start with the initial headline, in the story the Washington Post “broke” on September 18th:


The unnamed person at the center of this story sure didn’t sound like a whistleblower. Our intelligence community wouldn’t wipe its ass with a real whistleblower.

Americans who’ve blown the whistle over serious offenses by the federal government either spend the rest of their lives overseas, like Edward Snowden, end up in jail, like Chelsea Manning, get arrested and ruined financially, like former NSA official Thomas Drake, have their homes raided by FBI like disabled NSA vet William Binney, or get charged with espionage like ex-CIA exposer-of-torture John Kiriakou. It’s an insult to all of these people, and the suffering they’ve weathered, to frame the ballcarrier in the Beltway’s latest partisan power contest as a whistleblower.

A lot more at the site - some great investigative reporting and putting two and two together. Kudos to the Stone for publishing this article and not pandering to the prevailing Orange Man Bad narrative

Quite the tweet

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President Trump is embracing the concept of "Punch back twice as hard". Witness:

Shades of Sean Connery in The Untouchables - The Chicago Way

I had always thought that using Ethanol in our gasoline was a profoundly stupid idea. It seems that President Trump feels the same way. From Eric Peters Autos:

The Corn Lobby vs. Orange Man
The corn lobby – which benignly styles itself The National Corn Growers Association – is upset with the Orange Man for – as CNN puts it – “reducing demand” for its crops.

What he’s actually done is reduce the mandate for them by granting waivers to refineries which would otherwise by forced by a federal law called the Renewable Fuels Standard or RFS to douse the gas they make with ethanol – which is made (in the United States) using mostly  . . . corn.

Almost all of the “gas” sold in the United States actually contains 10 percent ethanol (E10) because of the regs that require, not because American motorists want it. If they did want it, there would be no need for the mandate.

Ethanol is a less efficient fuel - fewer calories per gallon so substituting it for gasoline lowers your mileage. Plus, distilling it takes more energy than it produces on combustion. It also absorbs water vapor from the atmosphere and this can cause corrosion if it sits in a dormant engine for any length of time.

At the farm, I would get about two years out of a lawn mower or other small engine. I take pains to maintain my tools properly so this was eye-opening. Switch to using ethanol-free gasoline and the engines are still running fine.

Putting this in our gasoline is just stupid and poorly thought out politics. Glad to see it ending.

So true

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True dat - impeachment

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From President Trump's Twitter account:

I do not think that the Democrats know what they are getting into.

Bernie has problems

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From Associated Press:

Sanders has heart procedure, cancels campaign events for now
Bernie Sanders’ campaign said Wednesday that the Democratic presidential candidate had a heart procedure for a blocked artery and was canceling events and appearances “until further notice.”

The 78-year-old Sanders was in Las Vegas when, according to a campaign statement, he experienced chest discomfort during a campaign event Tuesday and sought medical evaluation. Two stents were “successfully inserted” and that Sanders “is conversing and in good spirits,” according to the campaign.

Heart attack? No - just a "cardiac event". Nothing to see here folks, just keep moving along...

Where were Hillary's henchmen when this appened...

Sounds about right

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From President Trump's twitter account:

I can not argue with that.

No word as to the provenance but...

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She certainly got her wish: Tip 'o the hat to Gerard.


Another Democrat shithole - Philadelphia

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Grew up in Pittsburgh and been there a few times. The Mütter Museum is a must if you are into medical curiosities.

Two clickable headlines:

From the first link:

Former Sheriff John Green, who starts a five-year stint behind bars on Monday, was convicted of taking $675,000 in bribes and kickbacks in office.

“We owe it to him,” Bilal said in a Facebook post Tuesday accompanying a flier advertising the fundraiser for Green at the Guardian Civic League, the association of black police officers she has headed for more than a decade.

Owe it to him??? The moke is a convicted criminal and is corrupt. You OWE him??? Says a lot about the new sherrif.

Oh yeah. The City of Brotherly Love's last elected Republican mayor was Bernard Samuel. His term of office expired in 1952. That would be 67 years ago. Nice shithole city.

Interesting observation - President Trump

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From Atomic Fungus:

"If the mainstream media were doing its job, Rush Limbaugh wouldn't have one." He wouldn't be necessary.

"If the mainstream media were doing its job, Donald Trump would not be president." Again, he wouldn't be necessary.

It's important to remember that President Trump is not a cause but a symptom. We have President Trump because the Republican party was not doing the job its constituency elected it to do. The GOP consistently worked against the interests of its voters, always promising it would do what they want but then finding excuses not to, because what the GOP leadership wanted was not what its voters wanted. In many cases it was the exact opposite. Example: TEA Parties. Example: the repeal of ObamaCare.

I agree 100%. Had the Politicians and the Media been doing their jobs and listening to We The People, we would not have elected President Trump.

As voiced almost 200 years ago:

"A politician thinks of the next election; a statesman thinks of the next generation."
--James Freeman Clarke

A dose of reality

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I love this woman:

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