Sign In or Create an Account
Thank you so much for your reply. You make a lot of good points about getting controls of school boards as a stepping-stone to make eventual changes in Congress. Reading through your message brought back a lot of memories, like the Democrat political rally that was supposed to be Paul Wellstone's memorial service. I remember some of the Republicans walked out, because it had turned so negative. I watched it on TV, and couldn't believe it was happening. A lot of things that have happened since those days, I wouldn't have believed would happen in this country. I grew up in the 50's and 60's, and couldn't vote until I turned 21 in 1968. Back then I was naive when it came to politics, but got educated as the years passed. Studying history as a hobby, also helped me to see things more clearly, and I see a lot of things from history's past, being repeated in the world today.
Sadly, my personal opinion today is, that if a Republican isn't already a Rino when they're elected, if they stay in Congress long enough, they will become one. President Trump's biggest flaw was that he couldn't be bought, and his own party stabbed him in the back because of it, and are still stabbing him, and his supporters in the back. I had been a registered Republican for about 45 years. After January 6th, I changed my registration to no party. I can no longer belong to a party that doesn't respect me enough to even want to try to protect my ballot from voter fraud. I will vote for President Trump a third time next year if I am still alive. If the good Lord lets him win, it will probably be another roller coaster ride I'm sure, especially if Democrats are allowed to manipulate the vote, and gain control of the House again. The Senate has been lost for ages, even when Republicans have had control.
It's too bad that they took Project Veritas out. James O'Keefe was too big of a threat, and like President Trump, couldn't be allowed to continue. I think it was during the 2020 election season that O'Keefe was in Omar's district, getting undercover video, and comments from people, admitting getting paid a certain amount of money for collecting a certain number of absentee ballots, or paying people to vote for her on an absentee ballot. Nothing was ever done about it, and of course she denied any knowledge of it.
I also wanted to thank you for the link to the list of Trump's achievements. I've seen other lists, but don't believe any of them are as comprehensive as this one.
And now I will have to close this out. I fell this past Wednesday at home, fractured my left wrist (my dominant hand), and have to wear a stupid brace for at least 8 weeks. After a bit of typing, my arm and wrist starts to ache, and I have to take a break. I'm not supposed to use my left hand at all, but of course, there are just some things you need both hands for. I won't be making Christmas cookies this year, or sending out Christmas cards (people will probably think I croaked), but I will still have to put Christmas dinner together. Thankfully I'll have my two sons here to do the things I can't. I do hope you have a wonderful Christmas, and a Happy and Healthy New Year. Take care.
I live in NY State, the middle of the State to be exact, and most of our problems are caused by the downstate counties. The State Legislature has approximately, a 3-1 Democrat majority in both the Assembly and Senate, which is pretty pathetic. Despite the fact that the majority of the counties in the State are red, we end up with Democrats running our State Government. Can you say voter fraud? I believe NY State Legislators are among the highest paid, but that hasn't done anything to keep corruption out of State politics. Mario and Andrew Cuomo were the worst. The last honest, and effective Governor we had was Republican George Pataki, and I believe back then he may have had a majority in the Senate, or both Houses, at least for a short while. He got the death penalty reinstated during his time in office, only for it to once again be declared unconstitutional by the State's highest court. I'm on the tail-end of my life, and doubt I will ever see a Republican Governor or U.S. Senator in the time I have left. Al D'Amato was the last Republican U.S. Senator elected to office here. Chucky Schmucky Schumer beat D'Amato in 1998.
Hey Chris, there's a beach in New Jersey missing its whale.
I didn't know that New Mexico doesn't pay their State Representatives. How do they get them to show up for State Legislature sessions? No wonder the State is so corrupt.
A favorite of mine:
On August 26, 1944, General Patton wires General Eisenhower upon entering Paris: "Dear Ike, today I spat in the Seine."
Bye Bye twat!!
Sure you can. New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson initially endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2008, then turned-tail and endorsed Obi-One, totally pissing the Clinton's off. Remember, Richardson was UN Ambassador, then Sec. of Energy under Bill Clinton, and was assigned the task of offering a job to Monica Lewinsky to keep her silence. When Hillary ran in 2016, Richardson said he had patched up his differences with the Clintons, and was ready to support her. He was out of the Governor's office by then. Then he mysteriously died in his sleep at his home in Massachusetts this past September. He won't be endorsing anyone ever again.
Ryan's into sloppy seconds.
I tried contacting his Washington office about 3-4 weeks ago regarding comments he made about a proposed funding plan, and couldn't get through on the number shown on his government website. The number was bad. I tried writing him from his government page, but unless you live in his district, they don't want to hear from you. I'm not going to call his Louisiana State office(s) about the shit going on in D.C. When I call a politician, I always call their Washington Office.
I see Big Mike's got his "shoulder--ma-pads" on.
Thanks to comedian Bob Nelson - Bob Nelson's Hilarious Football Routine
Rats trying to get the last piece of cheese before their ship sinks.
That's a real intelligent, and analytical way way of looking at it. 🤪
Chauvin was tried in the press, long before he was tried by a jury. His "guilt" like the "white-hispanic" George Zimmerman's was established by the media from day one...enforced and instilled every day on TV news programs, and social media sites, while the truth was censored and banned. George Zimmerman went through hell, prior to finally being acquitted by a jury.
How was Trump found guilty by a jury for an alleged sex complaint from an old bag who claimed it happened 27 years ago, but who couldn't even remember the exact date or time she was supposed to have been assaulted?
The liberal mantra is: "It doesn't matter if any evidence exists...it's the seriousness of the charges that count."
Got it now?
Quote from AP: "The attack happened at the Federal Correctional Institution, Tucson, a medium-security prison that has been plagued by security lapses and staffing shortages."
That's why he was specifically sent there.
That's the reason you're not running for re-election Mitt. Nobody gives a shit what you think or say. And don't throw your hat in the Presidential ring in 2028, unless you want to be totally embarrassed again.
That's because when Henry VIII broke from Rome, and dissolved the monasteries, just so he could get rid of his first wife, and marry a woman he would behead 3 years later, the people sat on their hands, and accepted it. After the Reformation, and the Restoration of the Monarchy, the morons who have run the abbey in more modern times, have opened the abbey to all religious groups in England, including their participation in the various events they hold there during the year. Inclusiveness is your friend, don't you know? 🤪
You're the idiot. I talked about war machinery, and you bring up a fucking car. I specifically said he didn't allow factory production lines, or blue collar workers in the factories producing tanks, aircraft, and other war machines. Go learn some history.
When you start a useless war, and then can't even win it, you should be buttfucked.
Hitler's successes early on, were because he had built up his military and equipment prior to the war. In fact the Krupp Company, Germany's biggest arms manufacturer admitted at the Nuremberg trials that they had never stopped producing arms after WWI, despite The Treaty of Versailles specifically banning it. Hitler was well ahead of the allies at the start of the war. The problem was, that Germany was in no position to keep up the production of war machinery, in order to have a continuous supply for the troops in the field. Germany's war production could never match what the allies were producing once they got started, and Hitler's war was doomed to failure. He refused to allow ordinary laborers work on his war machines in the factory, and he refused to allow factory production lines, because it was a symbolism of Capitalism.
Hitler wanted Russia's oil fields. What he got instead was the Vaderland becoming dependent on the Russians for their energy, for the next 70+ years.
Horse manure. Ever hear of Lebensraum? It was already German policy in WWI. Hitler took it and ran with it.
Reminds me of the time Hitler discharged all the half and quarter Jews that had been serving in Germany's Wehrmacht, despite his having stripped them all of German citizenship, and then when things started going downhill for the Reich, he allowed them to apply for re-instatement.
She's sounding like Michael Cohen these days. Maybe the two of them can commiserate on how they wasted all that money going to law school.
ROFL!! I used to read both of those comics when I was a kid.
The fact that the Capitol Hill Police who, just previously to Ashli being murdered, had moved away from their position of standing side-by-side, across the front of the double doors where she was shot, proved that she, nor any of the other individuals in that area, were considered a threat to the staff members behind those doors. Had Ashli, or anyone else in the area been considered a threat, those officers never should have left that post. They left that area, just seconds before she was shot.