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46270. robertjayb - 3/4/2016 2:53:53 AM

Mitt is flexible:

ďThere are some things you just canít imagine happening in your life. This is one of them. Being in Donald Trumpís magnificent hotel and having his endorsement is a delight.

I am so honored and pleased to have Donald Trump's endorsement. Donald Trump has shown an extraordinary ability to understand how our economy works. To create jobs for the American people. He's done it here in Nevada. He's done it across the country.

He understands that our economy is facing threats from abroad. He's one of the few people who stood up and said China has been cheating. They've taken jobs from Americans. They haven't played fair. We have to have a President who will stand up to cheaters. We believe in free trade and free enterprise but we donít allow people to cheat day in and day out.Ē


from 2012

46271. arkymalarky - 3/4/2016 3:58:17 AM

BLM had better GOTV. I can't imagine what the GOP convention is going to be like.

46272. judithathome - 3/4/2016 8:41:04 AM

I watched as much of the Republican debate as I could stand, considering I had just eaten.

Finally, I had to turn it off because I was a room mother for 5 years when my son was in elementary school and I saw enough childish squabbling then to last a lifetime.

46273. iiibbb - 3/4/2016 6:22:35 PM

Trump and his goo-nads.... let it play a minute.

46274. judithathome - 3/5/2016 10:03:37 PM

I am so sick of hearing that, when Hillary makes statements that if the leaded water crisis had hit the more wealthy communities in Michigan, the problem would have been solved the next day...according to Republicans, rather than this being Hillary speaking truth....it is "pandering".

However, you'd never hear a Republican say something like that so we'll never know what these bastions of virture would call it if "one of theirs" had said the exact same thing.

46275. judithathome - 3/11/2016 11:02:55 PM

Jeez...six days with no posts...I guess everyone is as bored as I am with politics.

46276. arkymalarky - 3/12/2016 2:59:46 AM

Work and life are nonstop, but I've been keeping up. Waiting for a severe incident in the Trump rallies. Almost happened today.

46277. arkymalarky - 3/13/2016 2:58:52 AM

What a disgusting coward Trump is. On every news channel, spewing to his masses. The GOP is in deep doodoo.

46278. Ms. No - 3/13/2016 7:38:31 PM

I just hope if the GOP manages to get him off the ticket, that he does run as an independent. I've never been in favor of a Republican candidate so far, but I've never been so terrified of the offerings as I am this year. W wasn't very bright and he had a lot of corrupt handlers, but he wasn't crazy.

Cruz wants to establish a theocracy. That's balls-out fanaticism.

46279. wabbit - 3/13/2016 11:20:40 PM

I actually crossed over and voted for Kasich this year, hoping he'd get more support in MA than he did. Disappointing, to say the least. My town went for Sanders without my vote, so not a total loss.

Agree about Cruz, claims to be a Constitutional Originalist, but "God's law" comes first. He means HIS god, of course, and you're ok as long as you agree with him, otherwise you can go to hell in a hand-basket. Holy crap (sorry for the bad pun). I know there are people who think Cruz would be better than Trump, but I'm not so sure. And I do believe that the conservatives who support Trump will ultimately be very disappointed when they see him for what he is. He is not really one of them. He is all for himself.

46280. wabbit - 3/14/2016 1:41:33 AM

Posting for JaH who is having trouble getting posts to work:

Well, we can relax now....two "allegedly" intelligent people (Republican commentators) spoke out on the Smerconish show this morning and they have a rather unique take on why there were protesters at the Trump rally the other night in Chicago...are you ready? Bernie Sanders sent them there! Bernie asked his people to arrange for the protests in Chicago last night.

It wasn't Trump's incendiary talk; it wasn't people fed up with being labeled thugs and "lesser beings" than whites as Trump claims every single day of his life; it wasn't the fact he urges people in the audience to "punch him out!"

No, it was that mercurial schemer Bernie Sanders, rubbing his hands together and muttering under his breath "I've got you now, my pretty"...HE and he alone fomented this demonstration from his enchanted tower in Vermont.

Listen...those sorts of delusional beings walk among us every day; they look and seem normal until they open their mouths...and if we're not careful, they are going to elect a bigoted, clueless tyrant to the highest office in the land.

46281. wabbit - 3/14/2016 1:42:08 AM

LOL, that evil socialist, hahaha!

46282. judithathome - 3/14/2016 5:49:22 PM

Thanks for posting it for me, Wabbit...seems to be working for me now.

46283. iiibbb - 3/14/2016 6:46:16 PM

How not to stop a frontrunner

46284. iiibbb - 3/14/2016 6:46:39 PM

http://www.electoral-vote.com/#item-10

46285. wabbit - 3/17/2016 2:59:08 AM

Obama's pick of Judge Merrick Garland for the vacant Supreme Court seat Wednesday was an intriguing multi-layered move in his last great showdown with Republicans that comes at a time of volatile political upheaval.

His selection demonstrates cold-eyed calculation and represents a clear case of Obama calling the Republicans' bluff after its leaders made clear they would refuse to consider his nominee whomever it turned out to be.

Garland's elevation offers a new window into the state of Obama's political philosophy in the twilight of a presidency that began in a burst of historic potential but has been constrained by the grueling struggle to govern in a polarized era...


Thankfully the GOP is looking out for the feelings of any SCOTUS nominees made by the POTUS.

46286. iiibbb - 3/17/2016 3:15:56 PM

I read these three articles and realize that I don't really like liberals all that much.

Obama is suuuuuch a disappointment.. go fuck yourself.

Boohoo... I can't eat a PBJ unless you cut off the crusts

a href="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/clinton-trump-ohio_us_56e9a0b8e4b065e2e3d8314c?section=politics" target="new">"Senior political correspondent"... this is the kind of millennial who got out of college and just went for promotions; knows a lot of facts but has no actual capacity for critical thinking.

and for the first time agree with something Bill Maher says.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hdv9W-xcgeQ.

It's horseshoe theory in action.

The fundamental reason I am voting for Hillary (or Bernie) is that there are people out there without the means or privilege to weather a Trump presidency: minorities, women, immigrants, Muslims, and poor who are going to suffer in real and personal ways from a Trump presidency. In addition there are civil rights and environmental protection that the Republicans are poised to roll back as soon as they are possibly able. This bothers me enough that I'm putting aside just about every personal preference to ensure that these people don't get fucked.

These fools who may wish to think that a protest vote punishes Hillary and or the Democratic Party for failing to deliver a progressive candidate. Hillary... the Democrats are not going to "suffer" one iota in any real and tangible way from a protest vote.

It's like watching Survivor when the tribe with the numbers proceeds to vote themselves out of the win and hand the million to the guy everyone hates.

Fucking morons.

No wonder I'm an independent.

46287. iiibbb - 3/17/2016 3:16:34 PM

"Senior political correspondent"... this is the kind of millennial who got out of college and just went for promotions; knows a lot of facts but has no actual capacity for critical thinking.

46288. iiibbb - 3/18/2016 6:15:10 PM

Trump supporter trying to argue with me that Trump=Hillary on bigotry...

FFS

46289. winstonsmith - 3/21/2016 2:56:31 AM

Hillary brought in $30M in February
Bernie brought in $42M in February

$72M

How about they join forces and make a deal to spend everything they get up until the convention to attack the Republican Party in swing states. As far as the remaining primarys are concerned, they could continue to campaign in every state only attacking the Republicans. Democratic primary goers can just vote for whichever they prefer and whoever wines gets the president slot and whoever loses is VP.

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