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Updated on September 11, 2014 at 2:12 PM

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Re: “Trump endorses accused teen molester

Sure, RYD, who needs proof when a mere accusation should be good enough to condemn a man.

Better the child would have told daddy so he could of put a bullet in Moore's brain so we wouldn't have to worry about this.

Say, when is Franken resigning?

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Posted by Steven E on 11/22/2017 at 9:17 AM

Re: “The Clintons side by side in Little Rock 25 years after

gEEZ, Max, you kiss your wife with that mouth, after licking another woman's ass so assiduously?

Hillary lost because her worst traits were viewed by enough of the populace in enough states to make her loss a monumentally humiliating rejection of her whole existence.

She lost states OBama won, twice. It wasn't her sharpness of tongue. It was her shrill double standard about being a strong woman, then whining about being leered at by Trump, or having another candidate too close to her.

As far as her impatience with fools, she surrounded herself with a warm, comfortable coterie of zealots who insulated her from the truth. She didn't suffer the company of people who could not benefit her or her campaign.

Hopefully, the Dims will forget the mistake of nominating Hillary, and remember why Bill won, even when he had worse issues with rape than Trump. Bill had that charm, as well as that willingness to work with the other side to get his way through Congress.

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Posted by Steven E on 11/20/2017 at 11:53 AM

Re: “Elaine's history resurfaces in a documentary

Under what kind of fucked up drugs would you have influencing you to get any kind of "defence" of a racist terror incident.

I was simply stating a fact most historians all knew. Wilson was a Klansman. He supported and protected the clan. If Roosevelt had been prez, this wouldn't have happened.

Posted by Steven E on 11/19/2017 at 8:18 PM

Re: “Cavalacade of Trump horrors: Court-packing edition

Since precedent was set, pretty much a nonstarter for Trump, too.

He has enough open seats to fill.

Posted by Steven E on 11/19/2017 at 8:08 PM

Re: “Elaine's history resurfaces in a documentary

Well, it took one Civil War hero to curb stomp the KKK when it started to rise. One of the few notable things Grant did was to crush the KKK.

Sadly, Woodrow Wilson allowed the KKK to not only rise, but operate, unabated, from sea to shining sea.

THe deaths and riots in St Louis and Elaine would not have happened if Wilson were not president. He enabled its growth to the point where it would be decades before they were put down.

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Posted by Steven E on 11/17/2017 at 5:10 PM

Re: “Cavalacade of Trump horrors: Court-packing edition

Well, if Trump is goin to follow in footsteps, why not follow in the foot steps of a court packing fiend, and darling of the left.

Ole FDR.…

What's old is new, again.

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Posted by Steven E on 11/17/2017 at 4:59 PM

Re: “The latest 'Me Too' accuses Sen. Al Franken

Well, FUCK!, that is what I have been saying, except some toads will accuse me of partisanship excuse making.

NO, it ain't about GOP or Dims, it is about a toxic political element that believes it is above the law. While the simple minded with wear blue and red to defend their team, they refuse to see the river of abuses flowing behind their backs.

To be honest, I never would have thought this possible by Franken. He is a horrible comic, he isn't the brightest bulb around, but I always thought he had some restraint and discipline. I thought he was a responsible human being.

Guess not.

As long as people are desperate to break this down into red v. blue, they ignore the positively acrid aroma of corruption inherent in the entire political system.

Congress has a system, in place, where accusers are paid of and the guilty are NOT punished. This is for the benefit of ALL of congress. This is more basic thatn red v. blue, it is those of us that have to follow the Law, and those that do NOT have to follow the law.

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Posted by Steven E on 11/16/2017 at 12:42 PM

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