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Monday, July 16, 2018

Horror Story


Related reading: Hillary Clinton Says Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Will Bring Back Slavery (dated July 13, 2018).

HRC doesn't know when to sit down and shut up!

48 comments:

  1. To be fair to Her Heinous, She does need to get even more unhinged and shrill if she wants to rise above the leftwing nutball crowd. The Democrat party is a screaming Bedlam, and its only going to get worse.

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    1. yes, a "screaming bedlam" only to be brought to SCREECHING since the Trump/Putin meeting...the Dems are being joined today by plenty of Republicans since the press conference with Putin this morning in Helsinki...
      Her Heinous even got mentioned! And Peter Strzok! Put your seat belts on, folks..>THIS is going to be a very bumpy ride.

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  2. I can't take seeing much more of her, but best if we let her rumble on...SF has it down.

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  3. We must be caught up into some kind of bizarre time warp. Some things seem to never end. Since we are never learning any valuable lessons from history, it is necessary to repeat mistakes of the past.

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    1. Mustang,
      Here we are in the Age of Information at our Fingertips, and so many are as dumb as a rock!

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  4. President Tweety is busy sucking up to a dictator after calling the EU an enemy and what passes for news is some cartoon and a hit piece on Pajamas Media (one rung above the Gateway Pundit) and you talk about left wing derangement.

    Attend to the beam in your eye.

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    1. You and your fellow inmates are hysterical. The asylum staff needs to up the Thorazine dosage.

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    2. THORAZINE? Heck no! I reccommend CYANIDE.

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  5. From The Depths Of Hell Hillary Clinton 2020 Could Be Brewing

    Townhall, by Matt Vespa

    Whether Democrats realize it or not, the names being tossed as potential 2020 challengers to President Trump are weak. It’s milquetoast. All far too left for the American voter, and all with rigid regional appeal. Who knows who Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) is outside of New Jersey? The same could be said for Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY). Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) doesn’t resonate outside of the Boston suburbs. And Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), well, she’s working hard to boost her profile, but she’s running aground with the Bernie crowd. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) could run again, but his age—and the _ _ _

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    1. Dem 2020 is a clown car demolition derby.

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    2. The GOP - party of absolute morons - is no better.

      Grotesque - Ossified - Poltroons

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    3. CORRECTION: Make that

      Gutless
      Ossified
      Poltroons

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  6. I'd really like to see mad max and nana pelosi go for it. The debates would be HILARIOUS !

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  7. She should be in an orange pants suit by then.

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    1. That will never happen. The Establishment takes care of its own, thanks to their toadies in the highest reaches of intel and federal law enforcement agencies.

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  8. The continued bitterness by the beast in the Pant Suit, along with yhe leftist media over losing an election is really a joke, It was you Leftist folks who were stupid enough to choose one of the most disliked,disrespected, and crooked women as your candidate and then watch her blow over a billion dollars run one of the worst campaigns in history and get betten by a NYC real estate developer/TV reality star. Don't be bitter at us, it was your own fault.

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    1. Someday, the left no doubt will make a concerted effort to get Hillary's CORPSE elected president. Given the menatal acuity of their followers, they may well succeed.

      Her Heinous will continue to haunt and bedevil us long after she's been lowered into her grave, and even if her putrid remains have been reduced to ashes and scattered to the fur winds.

      "The evil that men do lives after them."

      "Only the good die young."

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  9. HEADLINES at NEWS FORUM HOME PAGE:

    Diplomacy 101 Versus Politics Writ Small

    Here's what it's all about.

    What Critics Missed About the Trump-Putin Summit

    Let some fresh air circulate.

    Why Trump doesn´t admit Russian election interference

    Helsinki - more complicated than you thought

    Hillary Clinton Adviser Philippe Reines Leads
    Anti-Trump Protest at White House,
    Blasts Air Horn to Keep President Awake After
    Arrival From Putin Summit

    How absolutely precious!

    New York Times willing to slur homosexuals
    in order to castigate Trump

    Writer advises reading with a barf bag handy.

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    1. Franco,
      Blasting an air horn to keep the POTUS awake? Childishness—and from someone who is supposed to be a responsible adult. Sheesh.

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    2. Much better is the report on the BBC that The BBC reports:

      US President Donald Trump has said he accepts US intelligence agencies' conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 election - despite declining to do so just a day ago.

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      Looks like Lucianne is a little behind the story ,eh FreeThinke?

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    3. Come on Ducky...you don't expect the Right to pay attention to headlines of right wing criticism....do you? Not that your camp doesn't play the same game.

      Hypocrisy is one of the most unbecoming traits of man.

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    4. eh FreeThinke?

      Heh....well, will you look at that. Oh well, a tool by any other name...is still a tool.

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    5. "come on, CI"...is that a joke? Someone isn't paying attention to the criticism from the Right? Not many aren't noticing...trust me. But, yes, hypocrisy is on both sides. Obama's whispering about being more flexible got so little attention in comparison that it's a wonderful example of not only hypocrisy but the new American PRAVDA.

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    6. Your own blog is testament to that Z; plenty of justified criticism of Brennan and others......literally no mention of what has come from the GOP [including die-hard Trump supporters], save a bit from you. POTUS has even lost much of his safe space [FNC], on the Helsinki affair.

      Slamming Obama is righteous...when it happened. Irrelevant now. If a political camp won't hold itself accountable, why should anyone care when that camp goes after the other?

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    7. Rubbish, and anybody who regularly reads GeeeZ knows that well. All I do is argue with my commenters who'll never even slightly criticize Trump, which I do nearly every single day.
      And no, slamming Obama is righteous all the time when we're talking hypocrisy, which you brought up.

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    8. And no, slamming Obama is righteous all the time when we're talking hypocrisy.

      Fair enough, the same goes for Trump, right?

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    9. CI,
      I'm not in the mood for a debate, but I am curious about something...

      Do you ever have anything positive to say about President Trump? Maybe you have done so, and I've missed it.

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    10. CI..."same goes for Trump?" Do you even read anything I write? Tell me what's hypocritical about Trump; you are SO very excited to slam ANYTHING Republican that it seems to color your thinking. I'm sure you'll somehow find Trump's hypocritical moments..if they're legit, I'm against them. I am always fair. Also, I am so proud to have conservative values, and I can't think of many liberal 'values' I'd support, but I am not a knee jerk, and I weary of your mischaracterizations.
      Tell me what's wrong with loosening regulations enough to create a stronger economy, wrong to put more money into family pockets, wrong to demand America gets HER due for a change, wrong to relook at global climate change and not leave US hanging in the wind financially, wrong with picking strict constitutional judges, etc? If you actually did read my blog from time to time, you'd know I'm not a huge fan of T's rhetoric, but what he DOES in comparison to Hillary? Hands down fan. You'll bring up brilliant Libertarians now, I'm sure...when you find one who can get enough support to run, so good nobody can resist, let us know, ok? Reality is what matters.

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    11. AOW - About Trump, the person? No, not really. I find very little in the way of redeeming qualities in the man. He's a pathological liar, and a thin-skinned narcissist…who masters applause lines designed to feed the emotional needs of his base. He’s also disturbingly, a fan-boy of autocratic despots.

      His policies and executive actions however...yes I do, when warranted. To be fair though, your blog, like many others...isn't really policy oriented. You cover immigration quite extensively, but I've already stated my position on that topic several times; a position that appears to be more drastic than most here would support. If you get into the weeds of foreign, military and legislative policy...I'd have more positive remarks on Trump Administration.

      Likewise, no matter my assessment of the trail of financial chicanery that the allegedly liberal media doesn't hammer him on, I don't wax ineloquently on any charges of collusion between Trump himself and Russian entities....among the myriad of other specious charges levied by the Left.

      Z - I have no doubt that you believe it's my thinking that is colored. I'm not interested in Hillary, nor your opinion on Libertarians...neither of which are germane to my original point.

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    12. But maybe you could address my points? As I have said countless times, all our thinking is colored, some of us just don't want to acknowledge it. Be well. I'm done here. One more thing; your constant slamming of Republicans made it totally germane to offer my opinion on your libertarian bent.

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    13. CI,
      Thank you for responding to me in a reasoned manner. I appreciate that.

      Many years ago, my father (1911-1998) said to me, "If you vote based on the opposite view stated in the Washington Post, you'll likely be right the vast majority of the time."

      Rarely -- very rarely -- did Dad attempt to guide or influence my political views or the ballot I would cast, so I well recall that statement from him.

      My point, of course, is that the WaPo et al are forever slamming Trump and crying "Wolf! Wolf" I've become inured; what's more, they drive me to become downright "fond" of him.

      Besides, I've got my eye on the SCOTUS, which has become the most powerful branch of our republic. So much for three equal branches! **sigh**

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    14. CI,
      PS: For a variety of reasons (one of them the most important and completely apolitical), this summer I'm not in the mood to get into the weeds on political issues. Politics has become a blight!

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    15. AOW - That's fair. And I understand how you feel, but it's a foreign concept to me, to allow hate and discontent from one side, to favorably influence me toward the other. As the last Administration showed, neither camp shies away from that tactic.
      Politics has become a blight. It's the currency of cable news programming, and ever more increasingly...of blogs; instead of policy. Much to the detriment of the polity.

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    16. POLITY

      1. political organization

      2. a specific form of political organization [such as a Monarchy, a Constutional Representative Republic, a Democracy, an Oligarchy, a Dictatorship, etc.]

      3. a politically organized unit

      4.
      ___ a : the form or constitution of a politically organized unit
      ___ b : the form of government of a religious denomination

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    17. A polity is any kind of political entity. It is a group of people who are collectively united by a self-reflected cohesive force such as identity, who have a capacity to mobilize resources, and are organized by some form of institutionalized hierarchy. -Wiki

      pol·i·ty
      ˈpälədē/
      noun
      noun: polity; plural noun: polities

      a form or process of civil government or constitution.
      an organized society; a state as a political entity.

      How sad for the grammar police......

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    18. There's little virtue in mere redundancy.

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  10. Slamming obama is always righteous as long as that imbecilic POS is running around the world bad mouthing America.

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  11. Could this next Presidential election be mute?
    Could this next Presidential election be in Trumps favor, only to be short lived? Pence is next in line,
    but, the left is set against his existence as top man or second fiddle.
    So-----what we have to be very watchful for - is the nomination and setting for the Speaker of the House.
    Ryand is leaving, setting that position (3rd in line for top man) to be filled by someone that can and looks like will be someone in the Oval--We The People will have NO SAY; someone in the Oval We The People Did not Elect!

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  13. Those who claim to live above the fray
    With nose held high as sniffing farts each day
    Are hypocrites abysmally mendacious,
    Ill-tempered, haughty, callous and ungracious
    Or else these paragons of nature fey
    Are weighted down by heavy feet of clay.

    ... Olde Dinalian fable - translated frm the Inuit by Rhoda Montade

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    1. FreeThinke's doggerel was superior.

      He shouldn't have been retired.

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  14. My son, if thou wilt receive my words, and hide my commandments with thee; So that thou incline thine ear unto wisdom, and apply thine heart to understanding; Yea, if thou criest after knowledge, and liftest up thy voice for understanding; If thou seekest her as silver, and searchest for her as for hid treasures; Then shalt thou understand the fear of the LORD, and find the knowledge of God.

    For the LORD giveth wisdom: out of his mouth cometh knowledge and understanding. He layeth up sound wisdom for the righteous: he is a buckler to them that walk uprightly. He keepeth the paths of judgment, and preserveth the way of his saints. Then shalt thou understand righteousness, and judgment, and equity; yea, every good path.

    When wisdom entereth into thine heart, and knowledge is pleasant unto thy soul; Discretion shall preserve thee, understanding shall keep thee: To deliver thee from the way of the evil man, from the man that speaketh froward things; Who leave the paths of uprightness, to walk in the ways of darkness; Who rejoice to do evil, and delight in the frowardness of the wicked; Whose ways are crooked, and they froward in their paths: To deliver thee from the strange woman, even from the stranger which flattereth with her words; Which forsaketh the guide of her youth, and forgetteth the covenant of her God. For her house inclineth unto death, and her paths unto the dead. None that go unto her return again, neither take they hold of the paths of life.

    That thou mayest walk in the way of good men, and keep the paths of the righteous. For the upright shall dwell in the land, and the perfect shall remain in it. But the wicked shall be cut off from the earth, and the transgressors shall be rooted out of it.

    ... Proverbs 2 - KJV

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    FROWARD - habitually inclined toward clamor, dissonance, disobedience, endless dispute, and recalcitrance

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