Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Eat Me

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Provoking Racial Unrest; The End  Game
U.S. owes black people reparations for a history of ‘racial terrorism,’ says U.N. panel

The Dems "Seventh Estate" (DEAD)

The Dems "Seventh Estate"

Sara Sosa from Colorado Springs died on Oct. 14, 2009. However, voting records showed ballots were cast for Sosa in 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.

Nell “Ma” Cluck, as she was known, died on Feb. 1, 2009. Nine months later a vote in an election was cast under Cluck’s name.

John Grosso of Denver, a father, grandfather and World War II veteran died on Dec. 13, 2004, and records show that Grosso then voted two years later, in a 2006 primary election.

El Paso County officials have found 78 dead people on their voter rolls after the CBS4 report was published and they have previously removed 448 people from the registered voter list since 2012.

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Well isn't this special ...

The Obamissariat                                      

I said I’m not a member of the Communist Party, so the polygrapher looked at me and said, ‘OK,’ and when I was finished with the polygraph and I left and said, ‘Well, I’m screwed.’”

Yes, of course, it’s a mindblower that we have a CIA director who was apparently once a communist or voted communist — no doubt prompting Bill Casey and Allen Dulles to flip in their graves. But then again, this is, after all, Barack Obama’s CIA director. Thus, we should hardly be amazed.
Apparently, Brennan passed. He soon got his acceptance notice from the CIA.

Said Brennan: “So if back in 1980, John Brennan was allowed to say, ‘I voted for the Communist Party with Gus Hall’ … and still got through, rest assured that your rights and your expressions and your freedom of speech as Americans is something that’s not going to be disqualifying of you as you pursue a career in government.”

Hence, there you go: John Brennan voted for Gus Hall. Our CIA director — Obama’s CIA director — voted for Gus Hall, presumably in 1976 or 1980 or both (he was first eligible to vote in ’76). [Full Story - AmSpec]
I sort of lost track of The American Spectator, but take a look at the front page. Like an open fire hydrant on a hot suummer dayWheeee!


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What Rules?

I think any fair assessment of the details would say Hillary won the debate points. She was better prepared on issues and had her punch lines lined up. Just like when she debated Obama in 2008. And she did score some good punch lines, because NBC brought up issues that are tough on Trump, like the tax returns and the Obama “birther” issue. Hillary’s email problem was barely an issue, and received none of the pushback from Lester Holt that Trump received on other issues like the Iraq War.

But as I mentioned this morning, this was Trump’s chance to show 100 million people he’s not the “Hitler” the media portrays, and that merely being on the stage normalizes him. I think he succeeded in that. He didn’t make any huge gaffes, and didn’t have any blow ups. He hammered the issues of jobs in the midwest — constantly referred to Michigan. To the extent Trump was able to stay on message, the message was one of feeling the pain of people left behind in the economy.

In a sense, the debate set up the choice — the better prepared career politician and symbol of the status quo, versus the less prepared but more emotional outsider representing the change agent. The debate may have rendered that change agent acceptable.

Will be interesting to see if this moves the polling needle at all. [Posted by William A. Jacobson; Prop Legal Insurrection]

This is a fair evaluation.  A rather large percentage of viewers watched to see whether Hillary would go into full spasm and flop about like a fish.  She did not, so she won points.  Other than that it was Presidential Debate 101; Liberal Media Moderator Polishes the Family Silver.

As an aside, I think Trump had a real opportunity here to refuse any debate that did not follow a formal structure, scrupulously overseen by an academic debate expert with no political ties.  If you think back to your high school or college debate experience, if any, you'll know that Hillary Clinton would then have been admonished repeatedly for making shit up .

Dicks out for Harambe

A while back, at the Cincinnati Zoo, a young child intentionally fell into the Gorilla Pit. A 17 year-old gorilla named "Harambe" tried to save the child, but onlookers and zoo security believed that Harambe was attempting to kill the child. Harambe was shot and pronounced dead on the scene. Shortly after the tragic events, Internet memes began to rise from all over the Internet. People had things that say "Dicks out for Harambe," or "Harambe for President 2016," things like that. A lot of people find this meme funny, though they are still trying to support the gorilla god, whose name is Harambe. Harambe is love. Harambe is life.

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He's All Ears

A Clemson University administrator has demanded that any and all references to Harambe be removed from the public spaces in its dormitories because of concerns about “rape culture” and “racism.”
“Due to an incident that happened earlier this week, we are no longer allowing any reference to Harambe (or any other spelling) to be displayed on doors, halls, billboards, or windows,” an administrator stated in an e-mail to resident assistants, a screenshot of which was leaked to Campus Reform. “Essentially, Harambe should not be displayed in a public place or a place that is viewed by the public.”
“If residents are asking why they have to take them down you can share that there was a report from an individual about a meme being offensive and bias [sic] in nature and as a result all Harambe references are no longer allowed within our community.”
In an e-mail responding to a student’s question about the policy that obtained by Campus Reform, Graduate Community Director Brooks Artis explained that “there have been reports that he and the incident surrounding his death have been used to add to the rape culture as well as being a form of racism.”
Now, the exact content of the “offensive” meme isn’t explicitly stated. Using context clues, however, I’d guess that — as with a similar controversy at the University of Massachusetts earlier this month — all of this stemmed from a student writing or posting something that said “d**** out for Harambe” somewhere. If you’re not familiar with “d**** out for Harambe,” it is a phrase that has become a popular joke/meme since Harambe’s death, and the reason that you’re not familiar is because it has not had an impact on our society whatsoever.
That’s right: The phrase “d**** out for Harambe” has actually not resulted in a bunch of flashers running around terrorizing people in the name of a dead gorilla. [FULL Legal Insurrection]

I can't make this stuff up.

Who "won" the debate?

Who "won" the debate? It's as simple as this.

Those who are satisfied with business as usual will say Hillary won.
Actually, it makes no difference who "won" the debate. Who cares? Keep hammering on the issues that matter.

  • It's freedom vs socialism.
  • Law and order vs anarchy and chaos.
  • National security, national sovereignty, national survival.
  • Constitution and the rule of law.
  • Consent of the governed.
  • Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
  • God, family, country.
  • Hillary represents the enemy within regarding all the important issues.

Those who want higher taxes and bigger government will say Hillary.

Those who think the Iran Nuke deal is a good deal will say Hillary.

Those who think trade deals like NAFTA and TPP are great for America will say Hillary.

Those who think inner city blacks and minorities have been treated great by the democrats and their socialist policies will say Hillary.

Those who think Hillary will appoint great judges will say she won.

Those who think Hillary can securely safeguard our nation's classified information and will secure our borders and our nation will say she won.

Those who think we need a complete turnover and want to prevent our nation from spiraling down the drain know that Trump won and must win the coming election.

Jim Robinson
Free Republic

Lester and Candy, sitting in a tree ...

At tonight’s debate, Donald Trump faced off not just against Hillary Clinton, but against moderator Lester Holt.

The game of two-on-one saw Holt (this years Candy Crowley - me) ask no questions about:

    * Hillary’s emails
    * Benghazi
    * The Clinton Foundation

While ignoring these issues, Holt grilled Trump on stop-and-frisk, the birther story, his comments about women, his many bankruptcies, why he hasn’t released his tax returns — and a host of other issues the media sees as unfriendly to the Republican candidate.

Holt also repeatedly attempted to “fact check” on some of Trump’s positions, such as his claim to have opposed the Iraq War from the beginning. Holt interrupted Trump several times to interject, but rarely succeeded (and may have come across as weak and impotent).


This quick analysis naturally mirrors my own.  Trump showed marvelous self restraint, IMO, for not slapping both of them.  When Hillary brazenly asked Trump what he was afraid of by not releasing his tax reports I was jumping all over the room.

"JFC!  The first thing she and Slick did as co-president was assign Vince Forster the job of cleaning up unpaid tax and unreported income from previous years. And, JFC!  The Clinton Foundation fraud!."

Your reputation set in stone Lester. DNC Shill.