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14 January 2019



Ooooh fresh litter. Clumping or no clumping?

Don Bessee

Sniff, sniff. Definitely clumping.


Ah ah-

JOHN DOWD: Little did I know that it appears that they were all in it together. I mean, Rosenstein, Comey, Mueller, McCabe, the whole crowd and they were out to get this president, no matter what. I don’t think they sincerely believed anything about Russia.
BRIAN KILMEADE: Well, he flat out lied to you [Comey]. John Dowd, he flat out lied to you when you, well when the president, the president said, “am I a target of this investigation?” Reince Priebus was told no and the President was told no. That’s a lie!
JOHN DOWD: That’s right.
BRIAN KILMEADE: It’s unbelievable.

JOHN DOWD: Then they play games with his counterintelligence business… What was driving me crazy, Brian, you know I served as a Department of Justice. I did an internal investigation of the FBI back when Director Kelly was there and working with two attorneys general. Let me tell you, I’ve never, I mean, this is our worst nightmare that someone with that kind of power would then decide to go after the president. I mean, it’s a coup. That’s what it is — an attempted coup by Comey and his crowd. And, the evidence is all over there. I take the New York Times article as an admission of their bad behavior.



Don Bessee

Then there is this -

President Donald Trump's pick for attorney general sent White House lawyers a memo arguing that the president could not have obstructed justice by firing ex-FBI Director James Comey, describing a critical prong of the special counsel's Russia investigation as "fatally misconceived," a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Monday.

Barr sent the memo while he was in private practice and months before he was selected by Trump for the top Justice Department job. On Tuesday, Barr will seek to assure lawmakers that the memo was narrowly focused on a single theory of obstruction that media reports suggested Mueller might be considering, according to a copy of his prepared remarks provided by the Justice Department.
Barr is expected to tell senators he wrote it himself as a former attorney general "who has often weighed in on legal issues of public importance."
As part of his testimony, Barr is also expected to tell the senators that Trump didn't seek any assurances or promises before nominating him.
In the memo, Barr argues that it could be disastrous for the presidency and the Justice Department if Mueller concludes that actions the president is legally permitted to take — including firing an FBI director or granting a pardon — could constitute obstruction because of a subjective determination that they were done with corrupt intent.
Barr acknowledged a president can commit obstruction of justice by destroying evidence or tampering with witnesses. But, he said, he wasn't aware of any accusation like that in Mueller's investigation.



Paul Emery


Are you implying that Barr should interfere in the investigation in some manner ?


Why would the president's AG nominee William Barr telegraph the preposterous statement that he will tell the Senate judiciary committee that he would unconditionally allow Mueller to finish whatever he's been doing in the attempt to bring down the administration?

A statement for primarily for public consumption! Every candidate is going to be accused of wanting to end the investigation on purely political grounds! Your fellow citizens…….mostly morons (See Punchys 6:12pm) need to be reassured that nothing untoward will result from Barrs appointment!

It will ease the confirmation process!

Don Bessee

Supervise as a minimum especially re my 611/


Paul Emery

It's comforting to know fish that you believe that the Mueller investigation should be allowed to reach it's conclusions and release their findings and allow due process to any indictments without interference from the new Attorney General.

Todd Juvinall

Looks like the hierarchy of the FBI colluded to try and get rid of Trump. I think Trump should have them all fired even Comey pick, Mueller. He was setup to find collusion and we know none happened. So the boss needs to toss.

Don Bessee

It looks like the Prez is getting traction with his messaging and oval office address -

Some good news for Trump on the border wall in new ABC/WaPo Poll:
Support for a border wall increased from 34% to 42%
Among college-educated, up 13pts
Among Independents, up 11pts
Among midwesterners, up 14pts
Among 18-39 yr. olds, up 5pts
Among nonwhites, up 6pts




Posted by: Paul Emery | 14 January 2019 at 06:39 PM

I have never hinted otherwise Punch! I would caution that you probably shouldn't get your hopes up too much though!


What Paul refuses to post.(not in his best interests.)

Paul Emery


Thanks for the link verifying strong opposition to shutting down the government and blaming Trump and the Republicans . Here's direct language from your link.

"A majority of Americans hold Donald Trump and congressional Republicans mainly responsible
for the partial federal shutdown now in its unprecedented 23rd day.
Only a quarter back Trump’s claim that there’s a crisis at the southern border and two thirds in a new ABC News/Washington Post poll oppose his declaring a national emergency to fund a wall there. "

Don Bessee

That does not change the fact that the wall is gaining momentum across the board and remember it is an ABC poll so the sample mix likely trended lefty.



Like that's anything new Paul. But I can bet you those who bitch, sure like the way the economy has improved.Maybe they would like to be back on the gov. dole?

Don Bessee

That's not from my link oh great pony tail of ignorance @702. But this is-

Border crossings in November 2018 — the last month from which data is available — hit close to 52,000, marking the highest level of illegal immigration in the month of November since 2006. Projections indicate that illegal immigration for next year will reach 600,000 border crossings, the highest level of illegal immigration in more than a decade. Meanwhile, drug overdoses in 2017 killed an unprecedented 72,287 U.S. residents, nearly three times the number of individuals killed by global terrorism. Nearly 50,000 of those deadly overdoses were caused by either heroin or fentanyl.

Thanks team lefty for all of that!



Posted by: Paul Emery | 14 January 2019 at 07:02 PM

Thanks for the link verifying strong opposition to shutting down the government and blaming Trump and the Republicans .

Interesting opinion for a "libertarian"…….perfectly reasonable opinion from a progressive democrat/socialist. (Watch this…….I'm going to pull a Punchy!) Thanks for confirming my position!

Don Bessee

OH NO! The po' ol' pollhead needs to sit down -

The establishment media and elected Democrats have failed to convince the American public that mass illegal immigration and drug trafficking at the United States-Mexico border is a “manufactured crisis,” a new poll reveals.

The latest Quinnipiac University Poll finds that the majority of Americans, Republican voters, swing-voters, American men, as well as both college-educated whites and non-college educated whites agree that there is a “security crisis” at the southern border.

In total, 54 percent of Americans agree with President Trump’s assertion that the country’s porous southern border has created a “crisis” of skyrocketing illegal immigration and deadly drug trafficking. About 86 percent of Republican voters agree, as well.



Paul Emery


This is the link to the poll referenced as the source of information for the Breitbart post you linked. Did you actually read the abc/wapo poll you referenced? If you didn't, here it is. Check it out and tell me what you find.


The link is in the Breitbart posting where it says "poll"

"The latest ABC News/Washington Post poll reveals a major shift among nearly all demographic groups across the country when it comes to support for a border wall at the southern border."

Paul Emery

Once again Don you failed to read the poll you're citing in your 7:33

Here's the results of the poll in the link you provided :

American voters support 63 - 30 percent a Democratic proposal to reopen parts of the government that do not involve border security while negotiating funding for the Wall, according to a Quinnipiac University National Poll released today. Every party, gender, education, age and racial group supports this idea except Republicans, who are opposed 52 - 39 percent.

Voters oppose 63 - 32 percent shutting down the government to force funding for the Wall, the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN-uh-pe-ack) University National Poll finds. Again, Republicans are the only listed group supporting the shutdown, 67 - 24 percent.

The GOP is losing the battle as 56 percent of American voters say President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress are responsible for the shutdown, while 36 percent say Democrats are responsible.

Voters remain solidly opposed to a wall on the Mexican border, 55 - 43 percent, and reject every argument for the Wall. The 55 - 43 percent opposition compares to 54 - 43 percent opposition in a December 18 survey, just before the partial government shutdown.

American voters are negative in every question about the wall, saying:

59 - 40 percent that it is not a good use of taxpayer dollars;
55 - 43 percent that the wall would not make the U.S. safer;
59 - 40 percent that the wall is not necessary to protect the border;

Come on Don, you can do better than that. Here's a link to the poll you cite



We need more of the dynamic duo of Nancy and Chucky to ram home the Democratic Party massage.

Tell us, Punchy, how is your certainty about Trump losing everything this year compared to how you thought Republicans would fare in early 2016?

Don Bessee

The same ol putin party parrot line is what you will get @755!



Paul Emery

Well the Repubs neutered Trump by picking up 40 seats in the House so they can tee off on him at will for the next two years. Pretty much on schedule. It takes a couple of election cycles to regain control and the Dems are right on schedule. Trumps decline in the polls since November when he lost he House and the Dems picked up Governors, is a bad trend. What do you think Trump needs to do to regain the support of the Electorate?

Todd Juvinall

Oh my, Paul forgets that R's hold 2/3 of the Congress and the Presidency. Oh well.

Bill Tozer

Polls, polls.

But what is remarkable about the new polling data on Syria is that the vast bulk of support for keeping troops there comes from Democratic Party voters, while Republicans and independents overwhelming favor their removal. The numbers are stark: Of people who voted for Clinton in 2016, only 26 percent support withdrawing troops from Syria, while 59 percent oppose it. Trump voters overwhelmingly support withdraw by 76 percent to 14 percent.

A similar gap is seen among those who voted Democrat in the 2018 midterm elections (28 percent support withdrawal while 54 percent oppose it), as opposed to the widespread support for withdrawal among 2018 GOP voters: 74 percent to 18 percent.


Bill Tozer

The pendulum swings both ways

The president’s approval rating is barely 40 percent,” David Krone, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s (D-Nev.) chief of staff told The Washington Post. “What else more is there to say? ... He wasn’t going to play well in North Carolina or Iowa or New Hampshire. I’m sorry. It doesn’t mean that the message was bad, but sometimes the messenger isn’t good.





Paul Emery

The government shutdown is profoundly unpopular for Trump Todd. It's just a matter of time before the Repubs will defect and make a deal that Trump will have to sign.


Posted by: Paul Emery | 14 January 2019 at 08:11 PM

What do you think Trump needs to do to regain the support of the Electorate?

What are you trying to say Punchy?

Paul Emery


Yes the pendulum does swing both ways thanks for pointing that out. It's swinging in favor of the Dems now. Trump barely has 40 %

Todd Juvinall

The democrats will cave Paul Emery. Their constituents are the deep state employees. The only military that are impacted is the Coast Guard, Just watch NanChuck fold like a towel from the dryer.

Bill Tozer

Corporate lobbyists greet their boytoys, coffee fetchers, and goop goblers in Congress. Is that Bob Mendez talking to some Dem Druid skank? Is that Kristen Gillibrand?

“Around 109 lobbyists and corporate executives are named in a memo welcoming the guests, which include some from prominent Washington firms, R.J. Reynolds, Facebook, Comcast, Amazon, PhRMA, Microsoft, Intel, Verizon, and unions like the National Education Association.”

A spokesman for the BOLD PAC — part of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus — would not tell the Examiner which members of Congress would be attending. But U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., was spotted on the beach Saturday, according to a FOX News producer.“


George Rebane

Paule 612pm - Barr's promising the Judiciary Committee not to fire Mueller commits him to go counter to the Constitution should the President decide to fire Mueller. Barr is in no position to make such a statement or give such a guarantee before his hearing. On its face, it should disqualify him.

Bill Tozer

The guerilla street artists strike again, target Stink Ass.


Don Bessee

Dr. R, I would point to the June memo that shows that there are other paths that have a good outcome. As AG he will have the final say on what goes public and forward.


Paul Emery


You seem to forget the Saturday Night Massacre during Watergate that Nixon desperately tried to pull off. Of course we know the results. Firing Mueller would finish off Trump for sure and Barr knows that. His promise seems to indicate that he would likely resign if asked to do that. In your view did the resignation of Elliot Richardson and William Ruckelshaus after refusing to fire special prosecutor Archibald Cox go counter to the Constitution?

Don Bessee

Have you no shame socialists?

A photo of Police Officer Natalie Corona, clad in a royal blue dress and waving a Thin Blue Line flag, has flooded social media as a symbol of the 22-year-old’s deep love of police work before she was gunned down in Davis on Thursday night.

A UC Davis student government branch, though, saw it differently. The university’s Ethnic and Cultural Affairs Commission criticized the picture and Corona’s flag in particular, calling it “triggering” and “blatantly anti-Black” in a now-deleted Facebook post.


Ain't holding my breath up in here.



George, I think I'd rather watch the #1 or #2 in our ongoing coup show up with a busted flush than give the sociopaths a new opportunity for disruption by firing the sorry bastard. L

Charlie Tuna

Bessee 10:20-
I'm sure a certain member of the NC council felt that the cop had it coming for flaunting such a "trigger" flag.

Bill Tozer

More NC council values:

In her tweet, Iannarone called for the defunding of “this deadly paramilitary force” (Portland’s police):

“The headline kinda says it all, doesn't it? We know the police kill. Question is whether we will ever stop funding this deadly paramilitary force and start funding things that actually keep the people of Portland safe.”
In his reply, Larson noted that, as the story she referenced states, the man killed was a paranoid schizophrenic home invader who attacked police with a deadly weapon:

“Gee @sarahforpdx you think the cops make PDX dangerous? Read the story and you find the dead man was 1) paranoid schizophrenic 2) invaded a stranger's home 3) fought with the officer 4) pulled a knife. What's your millennial snowflake solution to that situation without the cops?”
Larson isn’t the only conservative to be punished by Twitter recently for espousing his values, NewsBusters reports:

"In the past week, two other accounts were suspended for 'hate speech.' One of them was suspended for referring to Chelsea/Bradley Manning as a 'guy,' while the other was nuked for promoting the border wall."


Well, Bradley Manning is a guy.

Bill Tozer

The Barr nomination.
First, I do not feel it is imperative that all AG appointments must bow down and worship the presence of the Almighty Sacred Cow Robert Meuller. Where did that hogwash come from?

To the point, I respect Andrew McCarty’s opinion. For those capable of parsing, of seperating the background noise from the law, from separating the bone from the marrow, here is what he wrote about Barr in Dec.



,,,Trump’s daddy was an unaccompanied minor,,,Trumpski is an anchor baby!!!


George Rebane

Headline - Steve King Loses Committee Seats Over Remarks About ‘White Supremacy’. I haven't been following this dust-up over the Iowa congressman's sayings. What exactly did he say (as opposed to what his detractors claim he said) that caused the furor and the Repub leadership to censure him??


What exactly did he say (as opposed to what his detractors claim he said) that caused the furor and the Repub leadership to censure him??

Oh that hardly matters George…….they're running with the narrative……Mittens Romney wants him primaried! Even McConnell is wobbly!

GOPe……craven cowards to a man!

Bill Tozer

King’s latest offense came last week, when he said, “White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive? Why did I sit in classes teaching me about the merits of our history and our civilization?”

Todd Juvinall

Yeah the lefty snowflakes can't deal with that so they have to ban it. God help America.


Wonder what will happen to Rashida……?

Tlaib pictured with activist who calls Jews 'Zionist terrorists'…


Bill Tozer

Re: Easier ways to spy on journalists?
Interesting developing story. Under the category “Let’s wait until this unfolds.” John Solemon has written some excellent articles and has done some great in-depth reporting. New ways to spy on journalists? Where are the civil libertarians now?

“Rosenstein’s effort, whether successful or not, is certain to foster a debate.

I, for one, have a special vantage point molded by personal experience.

As an investigative journalist for The Associated Press at the start of George W. Bush’s administration, the Justice Department and then-Deputy Attorney General Robert Mueller — yes, the same one now running the Russia investigation — subpoenaed my phone records without notifying AP.

Justice then took special steps to delay notifying me for months, a delay that allowed Mueller’s nomination as FBI director to be confirmed by the Senate before lawmakers could learn of the intrusion on my First Amendment-protected reporting.

There was an outcry, but it didn’t stop Justice from further intrusion. A few months after seizing my phone records without the normal notification, the DOJ went a step further and seized my personal mail through the FBI, where Mueller was then the boss.

This time, they didn’t use a subpoena or a warrant. They used an archaic legal concept known as “border-search authority” to open a package coming from the Philippines that included a legacy FBI lab report sent to me by a source.

The report was neither classified nor deemed sensitive. It simply was embarrassing to the FBI because it showed the bureau was aware of al Qaeda terrorist plots targeting airliners well before the 9/11 attacks.

After finding the report, the FBI kept the document from me without seeking a warrant or subpoena — a clear, unequivocal violation of my Fourth Amendment protections against illegal search and seizure.

When my package didn’t arrive, I became suspicious and eventually proved that the FBI had confiscated it illegally. When confronted, the FBI admitted it had engaged in wrongdoing and the bureau, DOJ and AP lawyers worked together to put rules in place to avoid the type of abuses to which I’d been subjected.

My case showed that, even with rules in place, the DOJ and FBI had the means, motive and will to trample on the First Amendment rights of a free press. Furthermore, I saw the chilling effect that government intrusion had on my work: Well-intentioned sources were afraid to talk to me or to meet, for fear they would be caught in a dragnet.

It took months, years, to recover from that harm.


Interesting to note that Senator John Warner called on the FBI yesterday to stop the leaks (to the press).

Q: when will the DOJ go after the leakers?
McCabe leaked and lied, Comey leaked and lied, Clapper leaked and lied, Baker leaked, Brennan leaked and lied, .....why have all the members of the Obama Administration involved in the Canidate Trump’s wiretaps lie about leaking under his watch?

Bill Tozer

The pit bull’s record have done gone missing.. Par for the course

“To be clear: These facts do not suggest that Weissmann or others on his behalf “disappeared” the records. Nor does any blame lie at Judge Lake’s door. (A federal judge isn’t involved in such logistical matters.) Rather, the most likely scenario is sloppiness by a staffer, but whose staffer—Lake’s, one of the Fifth Circuit judge’s, a Supreme Court justice’s, or one in the clerk’s office or file room—is unlikely to ever be known.

Now we also may never know exactly what transpired when Weissmann oversaw the Enron prosecution. “The third branch of government functions best with proper oversight,” attorney Fulton stressed, upon learning that the records no longer exist. “Unfortunately, the ‘unrecoverable’ court records now hamper that oversight and leave unanswered important questions that the public deserves answers to.”

Efforts to obtain the remaining documents continue, though: By the end of January the DOJ must respond to the motion to unredact the records that haven’t gone missing. The remaining documents, however, are unlikely to provide additional insight into Weissmann’s questionable conduct in the Enron case, which I previously detailed at length here.

Consequently, Weissmann will likely remain Mueller’s “pit bull,” because without the missing documents prompting a public outcry, nothing is likely to change—especially since Mueller led the FBI at the time of the Enron prosecutions and was surely well aware of Weissmann’s modus operandi when he brought him on board as his lead prosecutor. It is facts like these that lead many on the right to question the integrity of the special counsel probe.“


Posted by: George Rebane | 15 January 2019 at 07:54 AM - Here are a couple of links, not sure if there are more,,,



Don Bessee

He will be right at home -



Billl Tozer

Opps, link


What others on the right are saying about Steve King: yesterday


Sen. Tim Scott, a black South Carolina Republican, scolded King in an op-ed. “Some in our party wonder why Republicans are constantly accused of racism,” Scott opined. “It is because of our silence when things like this are said.” He explained, “King’s comments are not conservative views but separate views that should be ridiculed at every turn possible. Conservative principles mean equal opportunity for all to succeed, regardless of what you look like or where you are from. It is maddening to see so many folks who believe this and have only good intentions in their hearts tarnished by these radical perspectives. That is why silence is no longer acceptable.”

Toz sez: While most of us never had a problem with Steve King, he is suddenly toxic. I like Senator Scott, by I fear he is too naive.
Yo, Tim Scott: need to wonder why R’s are accused of racism. Pull your head out and smell the coffee. Anyone for the Wall is a racist. Everyone opposed to Obama (or his authorization of spying on citizens) is a racist. Anyone who questions the fraud, corruption, and the death count of Puerto Rico’s Hurricane is a racist. Anyone who supports Trump (or his policies) is a racist. Anyone who votes Right is a racist. Anyone who calls Senator Warren ‘Pocahontas or Fauxaontas’ (like moi) is a racist. Anyone who is opposed to resegregation of college dorms, college dining areas, or college safe places is a racist. Anyone who says Ghost Busters II is overrated is a sexist racist. Love ya Tim Scott, but the Left calls you a token nigga, house nigga, and Uncle Tom. Yes, Don Lemon is dumb as a screen door on a submarine, but to point that out is racist.
Steve King, today from the Right

Don Bessee




Bill Tozer

Don @ 10:23 am


Yep, not mentioned in the link above is the illlegal unmasking and felonious leaking of Flynn’s name to the press, the biggest offense uncovered in General Flynnn investigation.

Not mentioned in the above link is the fact that as sooon as Comey was fired, Peter sent Lisa the text about the insurance policy. Not fully disclosed in the link above is not only did the IG report (by the FBI’s own investigator and people) find Comey exhibited gross negligence in his handling of the Clinton probe, he also lied and leaked and lied about leaking.


,,,I hear the train a comin'
It's rollin' 'round the bend, and the Pubbers have King tied to the tracks,,,

White supremacist racist lives Matter!!!


Posted by: ***M*** | 15 January 2019 at 10:39 AM

White supremacist racist lives Matter!!!

dugsKKKi….go put on a fresh one…..Frisch has the baseless racist accusation beat covered (well at least when he's not busy keeping the SBC whiter than a Schutzstaffel detachment).

Bill Tozer

10:53 am.


Paul Emery


The dive to the bottom continues with Trump now -14.5 in the RCP Consensus poll. Todd and Gregory's favorite poll Rasmussen has him down by 12! The numbers are the worst for Trump since January last year. Things look grim for the Trumper.


Posted by: Paul Emery | 15 January 2019 at 11:39 AM

Things look grim for the Trumper.

Is he…….(looks side to side)……still president Punch?

Bill Tozer

The popinjay’s most favorite lawyer to quote (and a libertaran to boot) speaks.


That is the problem with the Deep State. Every democracy and parliamentary system under the sun, past, present, and future can fall prey to the Police State. To be charitable, they consider themselves guardians of the Repuubllic.. To be less charitable, they think they know what is best and don’t need no stinkin executive branch or Congress or courts to be accountable to. The Police State answers only to themselves and are never punished for their crimes against the people or State.

When irrefutable evidence of rogue prosecutors or rouge heads of departments come to light, they are rarely punished or suffer consequences. Take the Enron case, the Ted Stevens case, the Merril Lynch executives case. When found out that prosecutors withheld Exculpatory evidence from the defense, witness tampered and threatened witnesses, lied to the Court, filed false documents and “evidence”....well, the few times a incredulous judge sanctioned the prosecutors for such unlawful and illegal behavior, the Federal prosecutors have received the severe penalty of a 1day sanction (one day), and in one flagrant example, a member of the Police State received a 30 sanction, allthewhile receiving his paycheck, keeping his job, and receiving no in-house reprimands or ding on his file. No consequences. It’s what our founders warned us about....to fear our government because governments by their innate nature have an insatiable hunger for more power, more reach, more, more, more.....and more f everything to be brought under their control. Complete control.

Where are the Civil Libertarians today? They have become part of the Swamp? Yes. Where are the vanguards of our democracy, the press? They have become the tools, puppets, mouthpieces, spokespersons, and co-conspirators of the Swamp Creature Police State. Where are they now?

The Police State seesno need for an executive or stinkin’ laws. Laws are to be weaponized on others, never themselves.

“.....they have six ways to Sunday to get back at you”.—-Senator Chuckie Shummer.

Paul Emery

Profound observation fish... (11:46) Thanks for the deep insights. Is Todd writing your scripts?

Robert Cross

"Looks like the hierarchy of the FBI colluded to try and get rid of Trump. "

straight out of Sean Hannity's mouth.. what a quaint attack upon our legal system. Hmmmm let's see.. who should people believe.. who's word do you trust more? A millionaire TV hack protecting a billionaire reality TV personality's ass or a bunch of civil servants sworn to uphold the constitution? Probably a real tough decision for some of you.


Posted by: Paul Emery | 15 January 2019 at 12:05 PM

Why does it need to be profound Punch? Is he still president? Yes! Are your polls as pointless as jerking off with sand? Yes!


Posted by: Robert Cross | 15 January 2019 at 12:08 PM

…...or a bunch of civil servants sworn to uphold the constitution?

Thanks Roberta…..my horse laugh for the day!

Paul Emery

Do you actually believe that polls are pointless fish with elections happening next year? You know so little about politics it makes my head spin.

Robert Cross

little fishy pretending to be a big fishy in a mudhole- civil servants sworn to uphold the constitution versus a bunch of goombahs out to rip off the public? you know what they say -- a horse laugh equals a horses ass


Posted by: Paul Emery | 15 January 2019 at 12:36 PM

Oh punchy…….I know from polls…….I simply don't care much!


Posted by: Robert Cross | 15 January 2019 at 12:44 PM

You know what they say -- a horse laugh equals a horses ass

Hmmmm……no……never heard that one Roberta. You make it up?

Don Bessee

Hey only 9 to 1 negative -



Paul Emery

Self imposed ignorance fish. That's your style.


Willfully blind ignorance, that's yours, Punch.


Posted by: Paul Emery | 15 January 2019 at 01:12 PM

Yeah…..I suppose so! Have fun with your polls!

Paul Emery


Do you still have the same faith in the accuracy of the Rasmussen Poll now that they show Trump is down by 12?

Bill Tozer

First laugh of the day: the Deep State tool is still stuck on polls, lol.

Second laugh of the day:


Sad but true:


Quotes from this moment in space and time: Parallel Universes

For the record: “Joking comments, minor changes to the Republican Party’s platform and the legal firing of the FBI director hardly constitute collusion with Russia. If the things cited against Trump are evidence of collusion with Russia, then the entire Democrat Party should have been under suspicion for years. Ted Kennedy invited the Russians to meddle in our elections. Democrats opposed everything Ronald Reagan did to fight the Soviet Union. Obama did nothing when Putin invaded Ukraine. And what about Hillary’s attempt to ‘reset’ our relations with Russia or sell 20% of our uranium to a Russian company?” —Gary Bauer

Food for thought: “When the top tax rate was 70 percent in 1980, the richest 1 percent paid about 20 percent of all income taxes. In 2016, the most recent year we have good data, with a top tax rate of 39.6 percent, the top 1 percent paid almost 40 percent of income taxes. This suggests that if [Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez] or [Elizabeth] Warren were to have their way, the rich would pay less, not more, of the burden of the taxes.” —Stephen Moore

Friendly fire: “I don’t want us Democrats going out and making false promises. As I said in the op-ed that I wrote, free college is not the answer. The Democratic Party should not support Terry McAuliffe’s kids going to college. I can afford to send my kids.” —Terry McAuliffe

Non Compos Mentis: “I didn’t call [Louis Farrakhan] the greatest of all time because of his rhetoric. I called him the greatest of all time because of what he’s done in black communities.” —Women’s March co-president Tamika Mallory

Alpha Jackass: “Today SCOTUS decides whether it will hear an Indiana case requiring mandatory cremation/ burial for abortions AND miscarriages based on ‘dignity of personhood[.]’ If they take it, & decide medical waste is a person, ROE IS DEAD. PLEASE PAY ATTENTION.” —"The Daily Show" creator Lizz Winstead

And last… “No one accused Obama of being a Russian agent after he asked for ‘more flexibility’ until after the the election, or when Obama ignored Putin’s invasion into Crimea, or when Assad used chemical gas in Syria and Obama’s red line was crossed.” —Charlie Kirk

Is Trump the Manchurian Canidate yet? Inquiring minds would like to know.


Bill Tozer

Giving Kudos where Kudos is due. BTW, GOAT stands for Greatest of All Time. Learn something new every day.


Tali Goldsheft, the Brooklyn photographer who organized a petition calling for the resignation of the march’s leaders, flagged the mass exodus on Twitter. The march’s current partners’ list is missing many of the group’s high-profile partners from 2017, including: the AFL-CIO; the SEIU (and 1199 SEIU, the nation’s largest health-care union); Amnesty International USA; the NAACP; the National Council of Jewish Women; NARAL; EMILY’s List; GLAAD; the Human Rights Campaign; the Southern Poverty Law Center; the National Resources Defense Council; Greenpeace USA; OXFAM; Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense; and the Center for American Progress.

The organizations consciously uncoupling from the march deserve some applause for doing the right thing. After all, three march leaders have been cozy with the notoriously racist minister Louis Farrakhan and his Nation of Islam. Tamika Mallory called Farrakhan “definitely GOAT [Greatest of All Time].” Carmen Perez shared a photo of herself holding hands with him and videos of the minister “speaking truth to power.” Linda Sarsour appeared at a 2015 Nation of Islam event and has claimed anti-Semitism is “different than anti-black racism or Islamophobia because it’s not systemic.”

Moreover, there is little reason to accept the march’s boilerplate denials of the claims lodged against its leaders. Even now, Mallory refuses to condemn Farrakhan’s anti-Semitic vitriol. Also, Women’s March Inc., after trying to take over the 2019 march organized by a local group in New York City, is staging a rival rally hosted by the director of Women’s March NYC—a group that recently touted anti-Semites including author Alice Walker and radical Angela Davis as part of the pantheon of the civil rights movement.


Did someone above mention Angela Davis? Is that commie skank still alive? Where do they dig us these Bernie Sisters? Is the radical Left going to release them on our streets to scare us like they did in 68? Yes, I believe they will. Deja Vu all over again. Well, at least the radical left gave us McGovern after HHH went down in flames after winning the nod in Chicago ‘68.

Bill Tozer

Opps again, forgot link...again. At least we know now were Colin got his inspiration. Hey bro, dig the fro.



The GOAT President is not going to like this guy,,,

"Trump's pick for U.S. attorney general says he will not 'be bullied' by anybody" - http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-trump-barr/trumps-pick-for-u-s-attorney-general-says-he-will-not-be-bullied-by-anybody-idUSKCN1P915N


Punch 138pm

Pretty much. Why would you assume otherwise?

And... So what?

Paul Emery

Interesting as to why Rasmussen is consistent in their polling numbers with the RCP average at this time contrasted with their being so far off the average number in the fall election. They missed the mark by around 8% in the fall.

Don Bessee

Both sides of their mouths seem to work, but not for us or CA or US -

On picket lines across the district Monday, striking teachers toted protest signs in the rain as they swapped horror stories about classes with 40 or more students packed in “like sardines.” What they didn’t discuss: How the United Teachers Los Angeles union’s immigration policies contribute to overcrowded schools and its demands for more staff to handle the situation.



Todd Juvinall

So a Obama Judge has said it is illegal to place a check box on the census for citizenship? I think the Judge is on meth. Wilbur can put whatever he wants on the census and the law backs him up. The left wants to count all those illegals so they can elect their democrats with a lot less voters.

Bill. Tozer

Warning to Dems:
Don’t listen to Harry Reid. He is old school and out of touch. He wants to take the Left backwards, not forward.. He is not a visionary. Remember when Reid preached incessantly on the Senate Floor that The Koch Bros were the biggest threat to democracy on earth? That was been proven wrong as the Koch Bros. are for open borders! Don’t listen to Harry Reid. He wants to lead you all astray. He cares only for the 1%ers. Do the opposite of what that old white guy says for your own sakes! Onward!



,,,Hey Todd,,,you need to reference your wild remarks,,,provide link to """Obama Judge"""


Todd Juvinall

"M" reported on Tom Sullivan

Billl Tozer

ROFLMAO. And she calls herself a legal analyst and CBS host? Gives me some sympathy for Rosanne Barr. I never knew the Chairman Mao channeling Valerie Jarett was black either. Hard to tell nowadays.


Lol. Somehow ‘intersectionality’ ain’t what it used to be. Should have never defended that anti-women stance. Wonder what former DNC co-chair Keith Ellison thinks about this? Wonder what AOC has to say? Dis party?

“As for the far-left Women’s March, the group’s website no longer listed the DNC on Tuesday as a sponsor of this year’s event (slated for Saturday). The move came after the repeated failure of Women’s March officials (and particularly co-president Tamika Mallory) to condemn the organization’s cozy relationship with anti-gay, anti-Semitic, anti-woman, and overall projector of hate Louis Farrakhan”


Do’t listen to the DNC! They will take you’all backwards. The wind is at your backs, your time has come. Onward! Unleash Aunt Maxie and the rest of the gang unto the streets! Give us nasty women!

Bill Tozer

Aha! The plot thickens

Around the same time as his meeting with the FBI, Jones reached out to Waldman, an attorney with a myriad of links to players in the Russia saga. Waldman represented Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska and has apparent links to Steele.

Waldman told TheDCNF Jones told him that Fusion GPS was involved with TDIP. He also said Jones claimed Soros had provided funding for TDIP’s anti-Trump operation

Waldman also provided text messages from March 17, 2017, in which Jones said TDIP helped plant anti-Trump news stories.

“Our team helped with this,” Jones wrote to Waldman, linking to a Reuters article about Russian investment in Florida properties owned by President Donald Trump.

Waldman also exchanged text messages with Warner that suggested the Virginia Democrat was in close contact with Jones.

In an April 25, 2017, text message to Warner, Waldman said Steele had told him “Dan Jones is coming to see you.”

The interactions between Warner, Waldman, Steele and Jones remain one of the enduring puzzles of SSCI’s Russia probe. The committee has refused to discuss the matter.



punchy 424pm

Off by 8%? Exactly which number was that, Paul? Do you think Ras. was fudging the numbers then, or now?

Don Bessee

Reality check!

“People of Honduras, all of you who are spinning these grand illusions and getting ready to come on this caravan and in any future others, before you leave your country, please inform yourself about how people who’ve already come on previous caravans are faring in Tijuana,” said Belem Gonzales.

“Mexico is just like your country,” Gonzales added. “There are many problems and needs, and you’re not going to be much better off than you were in Honduras. Please don’t trust these manipulative agitators who are encouraging you to risk everything for nothing.”

Luis Mendez was far more unwelcoming. “We do not want caravans of (emojis of rats). Fight conditions in your own country. You are not welcome here.”



Paul Emery

RCP Average of the Congressionals showed the Dems with an 8% edge with the exception of
Rasmussen which gave the Repubs a 1% edge. That's actually 9%.. Rasmussen has now joined the pack expressing negative Trump job numbers of double digits. RCP Average is 14.5% negative Rasmussen is 12% negative. I'm wondering why Rasmussen is now part of the pack when before they were out on their own path.

Do you have any ideas Gregory?

Paul Emery

Here's a link to refresh you Gregory


Paul Emery

A year ago (Feb) Rasmussen Job Approval showed Trump with a +6 Trump favorable. Now with a -12 that amounts to a 16% drop in a year. That's a pretty significant drop in support from the Poll that is regarded as Trumps most favorable in it's slant.

Don Bessee

Ewwwwww it smells like a pile of po' ol' pollster poo!


Paul Emery

Sorry Don if understanding my post is out of your league. I'm sure Breitbart will have something to make you feel good.


This from the guy LIBS wanted to elect?
In a lengthy interview with The Washington Post, potential presidential hopeful Beto O’Rourke wondered if the United States Constitution might be too outdated to deal with the issues facing the country.

A Communist dick of the highest order.


OK Nevada City, keep your wildlife inside the city limits.

Don Bessee

Hey ya po' ol' pollhead, you skitter around actual policy issues like you have dementia and blow smoke, its the worst ever, every day! Did the talking points for lefties go full goth doom and gloom?


Paul Emery


What is "full goth doom and gloom" ? Please translate. Is that something cool you heard when you were 14? Were you a punker turned goth?


LOL! Paul lives in Nevada City and comes back with that load of goat crap? I bet you still claim not to smoke dope......

Paul Emery


I mean I ran the Center for the Arts for eight years and used to put on lots of teen dances for punks and goths etc and that's the way the goths used to talk. Were you one of the pale guys with a tight beard that used to come to the dances? That was before you became the hoseman of the South County I assume. You are quite a legend in the neighborhoods. It's well documented.

Bill Tozet

@8:59 pm
Some smoke but don’t inhale. And there are some that are so far gone they actually believe that load of goat poop soup.

The changing face of Greece.


Tricky McClean


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