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Jack, hope you and your puppy are reunited soon, I can only imagine that (at my house, it's the cats who yearn to burst out the doors, while the dog pretty much just sits on the couch all day).
Toggle Commented 10 hours ago on Those Jobs Are Taken at JustOneMinute
Anyway, it was a useless exchange. For Cruz, it was a pretty good exchange, and could be helpful.
Toggle Commented 10 hours ago on Those Jobs Are Taken at JustOneMinute
And we know how Hillary will respond to an international crisis. She'll go to bed while her people in the State Department are hacked to death in the street, blame a YouTube video for it when she wakes up, and lie to the families while the coffins are unloaded at Dover AFB. How much worse could Trump be? Well put, James D.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Those Jobs Are Taken at JustOneMinute
I guess when you boil it all down folks, THEO is either a TROLL or an IMBECILE. GUS, then this will be no surprise to you...I like Theo.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Those Jobs Are Taken at JustOneMinute
No, they clearly were not. Neither of them. It's true, McCain and Romney were not true blue conservatives, not even close. At least they were Republicans, though.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Those Jobs Are Taken at JustOneMinute
Dennis Prager: Anyhow, just to reiterate what I have always said every time I mention his name, I will still vote for him as much as I dislike him because I care about America more than I dislike Donald Trump. That's fine if you believe that Donald Trump would appoint better justices than Hillary Clinton, would grow the size of government less than Hillary Clinton, or would respond to international crises better than Hillary Clinton. Absent that belief, a Republican should stay home on election day.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Those Jobs Are Taken at JustOneMinute
...an infomercial for the unquestioned first ballot nominee. Theo, right now I think Cruz has a chance in Indiana and will get plenty of California delegates as well. And I think there will be a good bit of chaos on the floor in Cleveland, and the possibility of multiple ballots. Times a' gonna tell.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
That's right, folks: it's entirely Donald J. Trump's fault that Republicans are dissatisfied with the Republican Party. It doesn't have a single thing to do with the actual elected Republicans actually in office. That big ol' meme about how the Republican "establishment" let down the voters, how those the Tea Party elected didn't fulfill their promises, how the "insiders" wouldn't allow Obama to be properly challenged and upended? And how that's where the Republican party went wrong? Out the window, mere specks in the rear view mirror, not even an asterisk when compared to what Donald Trump is doing and will continue to do to the party's credibility and even viability. Donald Trump, the GOP's existential threat. Just sayin'.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Rasmussen is asking who likely voters would pick if the choice was Hillary or Trump. Oh, sorry Clarice, my bad, that makes sense. Off-topic, but I think it will be a nasty convention, out on the streets and inside the hall. A "successful" convention, however you define that, seems very unlikely.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
Trump also now does twice as well among Democrats as Clinton does among Republicans. But we already knew Democrats are stupid. Trump now has the support of 73% of Republicans... That seems utter nonsense, but I can't be bothered to see what Rasmussen (who is a dodgy pollster regardless) actually asked. Here's the real scoop on what this dynamic populist has managed to accomplish: http://www.businessinsider.com/poll-republican-party-favorability-ratings-2016-4
Toggle Commented yesterday on Saturday Afternoon at JustOneMinute
He is a projector of everyone's aching bladder. People are pissed and the urinal targets are myriad. Bladder, pissed, urinal, I get that, but how a projector fits in is porcelain to me. Regardless, Trump is a less than stellar result of people's angst (one wishes people could choose better).
Toggle Commented 3 days ago on Mirror Of Darkness at JustOneMinute
I don't recall voluntarily watching a single speech since Reagan was pres unless W using his bullhorn after 9/11 counts. Palin's was pretty good at the '08 convention.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on Big Cruz Announcement at JustOneMinute
Maybe it's time for everyone who doesn't want to see Hillary and her criminal, traitorous clan back in the White House to accept that reality, swallow their pride, and do what they can to get Trump elected... Everyone who won't feel compelled to cut off their own hand after it pulls a lever marked Donald Trump should, by all means, do as you say.
Toggle Commented 5 days ago on Big Cruz Announcement at JustOneMinute
What votes in Indiana does an early VP pick get Cruz that he didn't already have? Maybe it gets Carly going around the state slamming Trump, a little extra firepower for Cruz.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Big Cruz Announcement at JustOneMinute
Laura Ingraham says: ".... we should also remember that looking at these exit polls in Pennsylvania, in my home state of Connecticut and so forth, you see that Trump won every demographic group. Every one. He won Women, he won College Educated, he won High-School educated, he won I believe every age group as well. " It's pure madness, how people who should know better (well, maybe not Laura, she's dopey pretty often) seem to forget that Pennsylvania and the other states did not just signify that they like Donald Trump - only the activist-enough-to-vote-on-primary-day people from one party did. Not to mention that "every demographic group" should probably include blacks and Hispanics, too. No, those groups she mentions - women, college-educated, high-school educated, on election day they'll include Democrats and Independents and the Republicans who didn't vote yesterday. And there is no way in the world that Donald Trump will win any of those demographics, not in Pennsylvania, not in Delaware, not in any state that typically goes Democrat.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Big Cruz Announcement at JustOneMinute
Laura Ingraham says: ".... we should also remember that looking at these exit polls in Pennsylvania, in my home state of Connecticut and so forth, you see that Trump won every demographic group. Every one. He won Women, he won College Educated, he won High-School educated, he won I believe every age group as well. " It's pure madness, how people who should know better (well, maybe not Laura, she's dopey pretty often) seem to forget that Pennsylvania and the other states did not just signify that they like Donald Trump - only the activist-enough-to-vote-on-primary-day people from one party did. Not to mention that "every demographic group" should probably include blacks and Hispanics, too. No, those groups she mentions - women, college-educated, high-school educated, on election day they'll include Democrats and Independents and the Republicans who didn't vote yesterday. And there is no way in the world that Donald Trump will win any of those demographics, not in Pennsylvania, not in Delaware, not in any state that typically goes Democrat.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Big Cruz Announcement at JustOneMinute
Laura Ingraham says: ".... we should also remember that looking at these exit polls in Pennsylvania, in my home state of Connecticut and so forth, you see that Trump won every demographic group. Every one. He won Women, he won College Educated, he won High-School educated, he won I believe every age group as well. " It's pure madness, how people who should know better (well, maybe not Laura, she's dopey pretty often) seem to forget that Pennsylvania and the other states did not just signify that they like Donald Trump - only the activist-enough-to-vote-on-primary-day people from one party did. Not to mention that "every demographic group" should probably include blacks and Hispanics, too. No, those groups she mentions - women, college-educated, high-school educated, on election day they'll include Democrats and Independents and the Republicans who didn't vote yesterday. And there is no way in the world that Donald Trump will win any of those demographics, not in Pennsylvania, not in Delaware, not in any state that typically goes Democrat.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Big Cruz Announcement at JustOneMinute
Rough times for policy wonks. "Trump’s various rants... do not amount to policies." http://thefederalist.com/2016/04/26/if-i-lose-friends-over-trump-so-be-it/
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Big Cruz Announcement at JustOneMinute
If you want to characterize everyone who thinks we need to stop illegal immigration as "stomping their feet" then go right ahead. Now there's some artful Trumpery right there. No candidate who ran for the GOP nomination this year said that we didn't need to stop illegal immigration. Trump, if he gets the nomination, will get crushed during the general, because the vast middle, who make up the greatest part of the electorate, are not stomping their feet so hard that they'll vote for someone like Trump. See you all next week, folks.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Tired Tuesday at JustOneMinute
If those policies were so gosh darn wonderful why aren't the voters buying. Some admittedly baffled observers suggest that the voters apparently have no idea what they're doing this time around.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Tired Tuesday at JustOneMinute
Boo hoo for you. Don't cry for me, tk-tina. I'm feeling pretty confident about my views of the word...you too? IVR, mainly because of Cruz's immigration policy positions. Don't know what IVR stands for. But are we saying that Cruz is suffering at the polls because of his immigration stance? Immigration, ranked pretty much dead last among issues that GOP voters care about? The voters are flocking to Trump because of his immigration stance, really?
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Tired Tuesday at JustOneMinute
Do you mean the boring old policies that the GOPe has been supporting (or not fighting against) for the last 7+ years? Sure, why not, I mean those, and all day long I prefer those policy positions to random foot-stompings.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Tired Tuesday at JustOneMinute
Jo Ling Kent doing the primary updates is wonderfully cute. That undoubtedly must be exquisitely true. I don't get FOX Business with my goofy Xfinity set-up, grrrr.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Tired Tuesday at JustOneMinute
I think many disaffected Sanders supporters will vote Trump . It's true, if Trump actually becomes the nominee, many disappointed Sanders voters will choose Trump over Hillary. Despite Sanders and Trump ostensibly holding mostly opposite views on issues of the day (by November, of course, Trump may be calling himself a Republican Socialist, but never mind that). The thing that Trump and Sanders voters have in common is that they're "mad", they're "angry", and who can dare suggest that stomping one's feet is less important than boring old policy positions.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Tired Tuesday at JustOneMinute
Yeah--like maybe once again a republican might win the northweast. Somehow, that's not what I take away from it.
Toggle Commented 6 days ago on Tired Tuesday at JustOneMinute