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Thursday, October 20, 2016

Objectively, Trump is in big trouble; master handicapper Stuart Rothenberg wrote for The Washington Post online on Tuesday that Trump's path to Electoral College victory is "nonexistent" and said he could win fewer than 200 electoral votes.

But I spent a couple of hours before the rally in this indoor show ring talking to many Trump supporters and found them in states of denial and fury. I didn't find one who expects Trump to lose. To varying degrees, most agreed with Trump that the election process is rigged. And some predicted ominous things if Trump loses -- if not violence, a mass rejection of the legitimacy of the democratic process. read more

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

HEMPSTEAD, NY -- For the second time this year, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump complained about a faulty microphone, this time in his comments after the nationally televised debate on Sept. 26 at Hofstra University with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
"I had a problem with a microphone that didn't work," noted the Republican candidate. "I wonder was it set up that way on purpose. My microphone in the room, they couldn't hear me, you know, it was going on and off… it was terrible." read more

Tuesday, August 02, 2016

The Money quote:
Trump's many misrepresentations of his successes and his failures matter -- a lot. As a man who has never held so much as a city council seat, there is little voters can examine to determine if he is competent to hold office. He has no voting record and presents few details about specific policies. Instead, he sells himself as qualified to run the country because he is a businessman who knows how to get things done, and his financial dealings are the only part of his background available to assess his competence to lead the country. And while Trump has had a few successes in business, most of his ventures have been disasters.

Saturday, July 30, 2016

‘Any one of Trump's less-than-sterling qualities -- his erratic temperament, his dodgy business practices, his racism, his Putin-like strongman inclinations and faux-populist demagoguery, his contempt for the rule of law, his ignorance -- is enough to be disqualifying. His convention-speech comment, "I alone can fix it," should make every American shudder. He is, we believe, a danger to the Republic.'

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Friday, July 29, 2016

Politics · Politicians · News Media · Election 2016 · Donald Trump
NEW YORK -- Emphasizing that the practice was just more evidence of journalists' bias against him, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump stated Thursday that he was sick and tired of the mainstream media always attempting to place his words into some kind of context. "The corrupt news media is constantly taking the things I say and putting them within the larger context of politics and global events -- it's absolutely sickening what they do," said Trump, adding that many of the comments he has made -- including his call yesterday for Russia to hack into the emails of his presidential opponent Hillary Clinton and publish the contents -- had been repeatedly and unfairly contextualized with relevant facts about the world and pertinent information about the situation in which they were stated. "It's completely shameful to take words I've spoken or written and try to connect them to some kind of objective reality. read more


A...Schwarber has accomplished an unprecedented feat. He deserves a lot of recognition.

B...Did you ever think that Joe would break up with Kershaw so soon?
I sure didnt see that coming.

C...They would be wise to electric dog-collar him and let a good baseball man juice him when his boner starts to show.

D...So Pete Rose predicted Schwarber would strike out 3 times in game 1. And Pete Rose predicted Cleveland would win game 2 because "We are here, now." He pointed downward as he said 'here' to emphasize something.

And from these nuggets we extrapolate thusly:

Schwarber deserves serious, mega, respect and recognition for coming from nowhere to lead the Cubs to the Game 2 win.

Joe Buck has no concept of the old baseball adage "Shut the freak up, Joe". He just doesnt have a perspective of exactly when it is that he starts to sound like a love-stricken, 17 year old girl, talking with the girls about her kiss with the High School Quarterback.

We get it, Joe. Schwarbs was great,and we know you love a hero. So you love Schwarbs today, but Joe, weren't you pleasuring BPONP, Justin Kershaw, just a week ago? You just flit from man-flower to man flower, all willy nilly.

Pete Rose sucks at predictions. Don't ever bet the way Pete Rose predicts. He's really bad at predictions. I kinda expected better from a man with such a long and storied history of Illegal gambling on baseball as Pete brings to the Game; oh, including betting on his own team while he was managing the Reds.

In addition to his crushingly pathetic inability to pick a winner, Pete Rose is a bow tie wearing, creepy looking ex-con, who talks outta the side of his mouth like a 1950s pick-pocket, who cant pick a winner fer shizzle. He lost untold hundreds of thousands of dollars gambling. As a TV personality, he is semi repulsive in presentation and demeanor, and looks as if he smells of cigarettes and too much Aqua Velva.

So to conclude: Cubs in 6. World comes to end. We all live happily ever after.

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