This will only get worse.



  1. Trumpet says:

    Sounds like the mind-washed hogs are getting nervous about loosing their full buckets of government served slop.

  2. Clark says:

    Courtesy of George Soros’ Rent-A-Riot Inc.

    • thomas says:

      What are you babbling about?

    • MikeN says:

      Helped by a Middle Eastern John Doe #2, who has disappeared from memory. At the time, there was a witness who described him and McVeigh in a yellow Mercury Marquis before news of this car was in any reports.

  3. Hmeyers says:

    A real story:

    Bernie is only 220 pledged delegates behind Hillary.

    And he has a real shot of surpassing her in pledged delegates in the near future.

    • Hmeyers says:

      Here is a great quote from a Sanders supporter:

      “Belville argues that Clinton is a “Rockefeller Republican” in Democratic clothing. “I have longed for the return of moderate Republicans, just not in the Democratic Party,” Belville told Yahoo News. “I think my basic objection is: I’m on the left. I’d like there to be a party that represents me.”

    • MikeN says:

      No he doesn’t. He MIGHT be able to keep her below the required majority excluding superdelegates.

    • MikeN says:

      There are about 1700 delegates remaining. So Sanders would have to win 57-43 to take the lead.
      Pretty tough, especially when you consider that well over 1000 of that 1700 are in New York, California, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey. Sanders breaks even in those states, then he would have to win the remaining states 70-30.

      • Hmeyers says:

        We will see.

        I thought Bernie was dead in the water a few times, but he keeps hanging around and is now actually within striking distance.

        • MikeN says:

          That’s just it, he will stay within striking distance, but the proportional delegate allocation keeps him from striking. He can win a state and only pick up a handful of delegates.
          Combined with Hillary’s big wins on Super Tuesday, and the gap is too much.

    • NewFormatSux says:

      If you really want Bernie to win, try to get a favorable reporter to report on Ron Brown, and why Hillary went to Croatia a week before he died there. What was Zdenka Gast, of Croatian descent, doing in a small party with Hillary and Alexis Herman, years after she ditched the fatal plane?

  4. Wanted says:

    1) Results oriented leader, capable of pleasing most of the people, most of the time.

    2) Must demonstrate an ability to please ALL the people, much of the time, through the judicious use of compromise.

    3) Using smoke and mirror effects to please any of the people will result in immediate dismissal.

    4) Those who are unable to ignore money-laden lobbyists and extremists from any party or special interest group, NEED NOT APPLY.

    Four year contract, great benefits, with possible 4-year extension (based on favorable mid-term performance review).

    Do you have what it takes?

    • Hmeyers says:

      I wish they could find that person.

      • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

        Too many special interests and single issue voters for THAT formula to ever apply.

        Unless…… by “most” you mean 51%.

  5. jpfitz says:

    I watched most of this video on YouTube Saturday. Um, I like our police force. I don’t like this jack-boot trumper. Killary is not the answer and now Bill Maher backs, though, while vomiting, Cruz.

    I see nothing in any of the candidates, maybe Bernie has some hutzpah but…

    A socialist for POTUS. 😞

    • Hmeyers says:

      Bernie seems to be the least problematic of all the candidates.

    • bobbo, the pragmatic existential evangelical anti-theist says:

      You gotta be half brain dead to criticize Bernie for being a Socialist. The smaller load makes for easier washing.

      • jpfitz says:

        I have watched Sander’s politically since catching him on Real Time years ago. Bernie says a lot that makes sense and he seems to be genuinely concerned about the future of the current youth and young adults.

        I do like Bernie as a candidate. But, now the gov will subsidize low tuition, when a lot of parents spent six figures or more, not to mention the students that have loans now or have paid their debt off recently? I can imagine some animosity brewing.

        Or as the MS tweeter would say, “Bernie is a Jew trying to take over the world, just listen to David Duke on YT, then…You’ll know.” Not my words, the Zeitgeist filled the twitter-sphere with Huuuuge amounts of garbage.

    • scandi says:

      Who the f*ck cares what Bill Maher has to say.

  6. MikeN says:

    Jorge Ramos does a job Americans won’t do, among other things asking Hillary if she will drop out if she is indicted.

  7. Hmeyers says:

    Interesting Bill Maher clip.

    The news is mostly junk these days, but “big money” is not the only problem.

    It is also difficult to know if the news is better or worse than it used to be.

    The news used to cover up things like for example when the Clinton/Lewinsky story was buried by NewsWeek (only quick example I could think of, I suspect during the Reagan era many things were buried involving Grenada or Iran/Contra. Possibly under Bush senior and invasion of Panama.).

    The “tv news” is also far less important today.

  8. Hmeyers says:

    I heard that if Hillary wins the nomination,

    her Vice President choice will be … Goldman/Sachs

    Corporations are people too!

  9. Rottenham says:

    Think life is “racist?” Try ending it. 🙂

  10. Bob T. says:

    This person has less than 10 videos on YouTube. They are pretty much into Republican politics Cruz & Trump. Could be a shill. Could be telling the truth. It doesn’t change the violence going on at places where Trump supporters are slugging it out at protesters.


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