Weekend Open Thread

So, why the Nuclear Oppo Dump on Trump this week? Perhaps because of the news that 100,000 PA Democrats have switched to the GOP this past year? Now, to be sure, about 38,000 GOPers switched to Democrats, but that is still pretty bad news. Meanwhile, the PA GOP says that, in total, the GOP has signed up 243,139 since November of last year. The bad news? Given what Romney won in 2012 in PA, that would not be quite enough…if Hillary does as well as Obama overall. If. Big freaking IF. Oh, Trump back in the lead in Ohio.

A peak at what a Hillary Presidency would be like after she appoints a few Justices – Venezuela’s Supreme Court just ruled that the President can write his own budget.

If you like your freedoms, you can keep your freedoms – Feingold caught on tape stating that Hillary would use executive orders to curb gun rights. But, yeah, way more important to stop Trump ’cause he’s gross and all that…

Some like to think that if we had nominated Rubio, all would be well. I grant that smearing Rubio would have been more difficult than smearing Trump…but the Democrats would have done it anyway.

Always remember, the Democrats and the MSM don’t have to tell the truth – there is no power in this land which can make them tell the truth and there is no desire on their part that the truth be told.

Why, yes, Hillary does support taxpayer funded abortion on demand. Why? Because she has to – all senior Democrats must bow before the abortion lobby…

Former President of Haitian Senate calls the Clintons common thieves.

Podesta thinks he can get us backwards Catholics to change. He’s wrong. It doesn’t work like that – the Catholic Church just waits you out. Been around 2,000 years. Lot of changes during that time, folks – still the same, old Church.

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17 thoughts on “Weekend Open Thread

  1. Cluster October 14, 2016 / 8:52 am

    So Michelle Obama was out there yesterday speaking of the horrors of the sexual prowess of men,of coure how it relates to Trump. and how “icky” it makes women feel. This coming from a good friend of Jay Z and Beyonce who are often guests at the White House, and of whom wrote the following:

    I’m a pimp in every sense of the word, bitch
    Better trust than believe em
    In the cut where I keep em
    ‘Til I need a nut, ’til I need to beat the guts
    Then it’s, beep beep and I’m pickin’ em up
    Let em play with the dick in the truck
    Many chicks want to put Jigga fist in cuffs
    Divorce him and split his bucks
    Just because you got good head, I’m a break bread
    So you can be livin’ it up? Shit I
    Parts with nothin’, y’all be frontin’
    Me give my heart to a woman?
    Not for nothin’, never happen
    I’ll be forever mackin’

    I am curious how Michelle feels when she listens to her good friend sing this song.

    • Amazona October 14, 2016 / 9:59 am

      So Michelle feels “icky” when someone shows disrespect to women who show no respect for themselves, making themselves sexually available to men they don’t even know just because they have money? While her good buddy Jay-Z brags about being a pimp?

      We need a whole new word for super-hypocrisy.

      Oh, wait, we have one—Democrat

    • Amazona October 14, 2016 / 10:00 am

      I wonder if she felt “icky” at seeing hubby flash his hard-on to a plane full of what sounded like mostly women.

      I wonder if she wondered who he was talking to on the phone, who got him so, uh, excited.

      • Cluster October 14, 2016 / 11:14 am

        And proving once again that their self awareness is lacking and their “super-hypocrisy” knows no bounds, I submit the following headline from this morning:

        ABC, NBC Fawn Over Michelle’s ‘Raw and Powerful Takedown’ of Trump

  2. Cluster October 14, 2016 / 11:20 am

    More Michelle outrage over the treatment of women:

    Michelle Obama: “The shameful comment about our bodies, the disrespect of our ambitions and intellect, the belief that you can do anything you want to a woman, it is cruel. It’s frightening. And the truth is, it hurts.”

    And just to give you a frame of reference, the following are lyrics from one of Michelle’s best friends Beyonce, whom Michelle has called a role model for her daughters:

    I heard your boo was talking lip
    I told my crew to smack that trick
    Smack that trick, smack that trick
    Guess what they did, smack that trick
    Gold everything, gold ass chain
    Gold ass rings, gold ass fangs
    You could see me stunt when you turn and you scream
    You could see me stunt when you turn and you scream

    Bow down bitches, bow bow down bitches
    Bow down bitches, bow bow down bitches–

    • Amazona October 14, 2016 / 11:37 am

      I think the “role model” thing probably comes from Beyonce’s Super Bowl performance, where she supported BLM and anti-police sentiments, in a paramilitary outfit designed to appeal to that lovely combination of armed violence and easy sex.

  3. rustybrown2014 October 14, 2016 / 11:36 am

    Just so everybody’s clear, if Trump loses this election due to the incessant attention paid to ancient unfounded allegations we’re setting a new precedent for electing our leaders: Any candidate, no matter how qualified or needed by this nation, can be torpedoed by a handful of people, any people, who claim he did something wrong in the past. If the allegations are impossible to prove, all the better.

    Obviously Clinton’s fine with this but for the press and vast numbers of Americans to not be aware of this paradigm is nothing short of astounding.

    • Cluster October 14, 2016 / 11:42 am

      And this is why no one wants to run for office. Think about it, we probably have 10-20 million well qualified, honest, decent people in this country who would make great leaders but because of the savagery of our media and political campaigns, they will never run and we end up with Clinton and Trump.

      • Amazona October 14, 2016 / 11:48 am

        And this takes me back to my same old same old—-as long as we continue and contribute to the concept that politics is a popularity contest, and keep getting farther and farther away from the fact that it is really about deciding on the best blueprint for governing the country, we are going to get deeper and deeper into Personality Politics and Identity Politics and the subsequent dependence on the shallow, the superficial and the scandalous.

        Real or invented.

    • Amazona October 14, 2016 / 11:45 am

      The press is not only aware of it, they have created it, or at least enabled it and nurtured it when it sprang from the bowels of Leftist propaganda mills.

      The press is steadfastly ignoring the history of the Clintons, what Lou Dobbs calls the Clinton Cartel.

      Trump needs to up his game, get a deeper understanding of some of the details and trivia, so he can be a little more nimble. For example, when Hillary whined that it was a vast right wing conspiracy Russia picking on her, and feigned indignation about the claimed prospect of another nation trying to influence an American election, he should have come right back and asked her “Did you feel this way when China and other countries were trying to influence an American election by making illegal campaign contributions to your husband?” Followed quickly by “If you don’t think any country should try to influence the internal politics of another nation, then why did your State Department try to send millions of dollars of weaponry and support to one side in the Syrian civil war? Not that you did a very good job of it—as usual, you bungled it, and those weapons ended up in the hands of al Queda, to be used against Americans. But it started with your State Department trying to control the political leadership of another country. Not very consistent, are you?”

      • Retired Spook October 14, 2016 / 12:18 pm

        You have to wonder, are any of Trump’s advisers suggesting this line of attack, and if not, why not? And if they are, Trump is not heeding their advice. Why not?

      • Amazona October 14, 2016 / 12:29 pm

        I have no idea. It seems obvious, out here in the bleachers.

        I think part of it is lack of immersion in detail till the information is second nature. I learned this in skiing, and in horseback riding. Enough practice made the sudden emergency decisions almost instinctive, but it was because of the practice. It is immersion, and repetition, till the right response just pops up because you have gone over it so often and can instinctively see its relationship to something else. With me, it involved a conscious thought process, a conscious analysis of what I should do and a conscious understanding of why it was the right thing to do, not just reacting to a situation, creating a kind of mental muscle memory.

        Those of us who have been consistent in our political ideology as well as analytical observers have absorbed things like this and made it part of our own consciousness. I can see that if you have not been a political junkie and are kind of new to the concept, you have a lot of catching up to do, and probably need someone more grounded in the recent political history of the country to draw you some road maps of how this decision led to this action which led to this consequence.

    • neocon01 October 15, 2016 / 12:08 pm

      remember, Mitt Romney, Herman Cain ect ect ect…

  4. neocon01 October 15, 2016 / 12:06 pm

    Rut Ro

    Denver Archbishop rebukes Catholics who plan to vote for Democrats
    Christian Times ^ | October 12, 2016 | Jardine Malado

    The archbishop of Denver has warned Catholics against voting for the Democratic party in the coming elections due to its support for abortion.

  5. neocon01 October 15, 2016 / 12:13 pm

    FYI, the porn site the pitchfork has been idle for 90 days…..can I hear an AMEN??

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