Gateway Pundit Blogger Who Pulled Gun on Portland Protesters Charged With Multiple Felonies

Far right blogger indicted
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Gateway Pundit/Progressives Today blogger Michael Strickland

Michael Strickland, the far right blogger who’s written numerous posts for Jim Hoft’s incredibly stupid Gateway Pundit and Progressives Today blogs, has now been charged with 21 counts of unlawful use of weapons and menacing.

The indictment, returned Thursday, charges Strickland, 36, of Southeast Portland with 10 counts of unlawful use of a weapon, 10 counts of menacing and one count of disorderly conduct.

The weapons charges are Class C felonies, and the menacing charges are misdemeanors.

Each unlawful use of a weapon charge accuses Strickland of attempting to use, and possessing with intent to use a firearm against another. The menacing charge accuses Strickland of placing another person in fear of imminent serious physical injury.

Strickland is well-known in Oregon as a right wing agitator and wanna-be James O’Keefe, and has now been banned from college campuses where he used to record his dumb “sting” videos. He went to this demonstration with enough ammunition to kill a lot of people. The Oregonian’s Maxine Bernstein has some new details about the incident:

Portland Officer Branden L. Combs was in Chapman Square during the protest and heard people running by him yelling, “Gun! Gun!” and “He’s got a gun,” according to a probable cause affidavit.

One of the protesters told police that he had recognized Strickland from other demonstrations where he had tried to “incite or instigate others,” and attempted to tell Strickland. That’s when he saw Strickland reach under his shirt and pull out the weapon, according to a court affidavit.

Officer Combs was standing about 20 to 25 yards from Strickland when he saw him sweep the crowd with the firearm, Molina wrote in the affidavit.

Once Strickland was arrested, police found the loaded handgun with a round in the chamber of the gun, plus two magazines of ammunition in a belt pouch on his left side, two magazines in his front right pants pocket and one magazine in his left front pants pocket, Molina said. He also had a pocket knife in his right front pants pocket.

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1
Skip Intro  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:47:56pm

Anyone know where I can get one of those cool milk bottle camera protectors? I can’t find them at B+H.

2
Targetpractice  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:49:17pm

“POLITICAL PRISONER!!!!”

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Charles Johnson  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:49:21pm

Our new hatchling considers Hillary Clinton “one of the most evil people on the planet.”

littlegreenfootballs.com

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:50:20pm

re: #3 Charles Johnson

Our new hatchling considers Hillary Clinton “one of the most evil people on the planet.”

littlegreenfootballs.com

wasn’t the hatchling, using a very similar username, suspended before?

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Targetpractice  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:50:21pm

re: #3 Charles Johnson

Our new hatchling considers Hillary Clinton “one of the most evil people on the planet.”

littlegreenfootballs.com

I smell Bro.

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Jenner7  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:50:25pm

He just said that Japan might have to defend itself from North Korea, because they didn’t give Trump what he wants.

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wrenchwench  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:50:42pm

re: #3 Charles Johnson

Our new hatchling considers Hillary Clinton “one of the most evil people on the planet.”

littlegreenfootballs.com

Back in the shell with it.

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Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:50:44pm

As long as he eats his pineapple-free pizza with his fingers…

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Belafon  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:50:57pm

I wonder if this is what the 1860 election would have sounded like had there been all of the communication avenues available we now have.

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Kragar  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:51:08pm

re: #3 Charles Johnson

“Hi, I’m an idiot” would have been a more concise introduction on his part

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:51:21pm

re: #6 Jenner7

He just said that Japan might have to defend itself from North Korea, because they didn’t give Trump what he wants.

He’s dangerous as well as stupid.

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Bubblehead II  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:51:34pm

Repost of my 175 downstairs.

Each count is probably one for each person who came forward and filed a complaint against him. The stupid shithead didn’t just endanger one person with his recklessness, he endangered MULTIPLE individuals. As a firearms owner, I want to see this stupid piece of shit taken down hard.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:51:48pm
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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:51:56pm

re: #9 Belafon

I wonder if this is what the 1860 election would have sounded like had there been all of the communication avenues available we now have.

I’m sure Breckenridge at least understood government.

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Charles Johnson  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:52:20pm
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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:52:32pm

re: #13 Backwoods_Sleuth

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I’m actually impressed with how ignorant he is.

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Jenner7  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:52:40pm

Now he wonders how you get 400 million of cash. Who approved it? How does it get done? And who has a right to do this?

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Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:53:11pm

re: #13 Backwoods_Sleuth

listening to Trump in Iowa. “people are very impressed with how much I know about the military. Very impressed.” Sigh, really?

He knows what 4F means. That’s prettty arcane, these days.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:55:22pm

yep, because we never get tired of seeing Cavs parade pics.

:D

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jaunte  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:56:20pm

It isn’t over ‘til the Pavarottibaby sings

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:57:15pm

laughing so hard now…

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I Would Prefer Not To  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:58:22pm

In his defense, I think he is also trying to use the force. (For good or for evil I can’t say).

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Kragar  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:58:56pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:59:00pm
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jaunte  Aug 5, 2016 • 1:59:56pm
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Kragar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:00:17pm

re: #19 Backwoods_Sleuth

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Jenner7  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:00:59pm

re: #25 jaunte

He gets his intel from his crowds.

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Bubblehead II  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:01:16pm

Charles.

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EPR-radar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:01:50pm

re: #18 Decatur Deb

He knows what 4F means. That’s prettty arcane, these days.

Of course Trump knows what 4F means. He paid good money for that designation.

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Belafon  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:02:08pm

re: #25 jaunte

“I hear the IRS has your tax returns.”

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Skip Intro  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:02:11pm

re: #26 Kragar

Biggest Trump crowd yet.

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Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:02:35pm

Betting blog hashtag: #castratedtrump.

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Testy Toad T  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:04:32pm

re: #16 HappyWarrior

I’m actually impressed with how ignorant he is.

Yeah, I actually am amazed at how much Donald Trump knows about the military.

That is to say, he knows basically nothing at all.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:04:32pm
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Kragar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:05:22pm
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Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:05:52pm

Best-dressed Trump crowd yet:

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Jenner7  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:06:01pm

“If you don’t like me, vote for Pence, it’s the same thing.”

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Kragar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:06:26pm
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Belafon  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:06:35pm

re: #37 Jenner7

“If you don’t like me, vote for Pence, it’s the same thing.”

Especially since he’ll be the one running the country.

I wish that was sarcasm.

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jc717  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:06:58pm

re: #3 Charles Johnson

Our new hatchling considers Hillary Clinton “one of the most evil people on the planet.”

littlegreenfootballs.com

Well, without specifying one of ‘how many’, the poster is technically correct. HRC is very likely one of the 7 billion most evil people on the planet.
That’s probably what he meant ///

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wrenchwench  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:07:52pm
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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:07:55pm

Lre: #38 Kragar

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That I would watch.

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A Cranky One  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:08:37pm

Why doesn’t the dishonest and unfair media show Trump’s crowds?

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:08:41pm

hahahahahahahaaaaa

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Skip Intro  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:09:53pm

re: #38 Kragar

There has to be a big red button on his desk marked “Nukem” so we can see how long he can resist pushing it.

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Belafon  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:11:00pm

re: #45 Skip Intro

There has to be a big red button on his desk marked “Nukem” so we can see how long he can resist pushing it.

The giant buttons on “Monsters vs. Aliens”.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:11:00pm

re: #45 Skip Intro

There has to be a big red button on his desk marked “Nukem” so we can see how long he can resist pushing it.

Yes!

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Skip Intro  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:11:15pm

Dishonest media won’t show today’s Trump Crowd is backed up to Selma, Alabama.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:11:19pm
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Skip Intro  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:12:03pm

re: #49 Backwoods_Sleuth

So what does his daughter say?

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ObserverArt  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:12:35pm

Just turned the TV on and Meet The Chuck Daily is on.

He starts the show by saying…Trump has had a tough week, but his message still resonates.

And then he has Big Barry Bennett on who is saying all Trump needs to do is stop the crazy and he can win.

Then he reads some stupid column from Peggy Noonan who says something about Hillary is running a campaign like Jimmy Carter and Trump has (again) a message that resonates like Ronald Reagan.

Overall message…Trump still has a chance it is only August, national polls are still too early, etc.

No more need be said…

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:12:45pm

re: #49 Backwoods_Sleuth

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Rich considering he’s only known that Kaine is from Virginia two weeks.

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Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:12:45pm

Coolest Trump crowd ever:

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Jenner7  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:14:05pm
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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:14:07pm

re: #51 ObserverArt

Just turned the TV on and Meet The Chuck Daily is on.

He starts the show by saying…Trump has had a tough week, but his message still resonates.

And then he has Big Barry Bennett on who is saying all Trump needs to do is stop the crazy and he can win.

Then he reads some stupid column from Peggy Noonan who says something about Hillary is running a campaign like Jimmy Carter and Trump has (again) a message that resonates like Ronald Reagan.

Overall message…Trump still has a chance it is only August, national polls are still too early, etc.

No more need be said…

Sorry Peggy, not every Republican is Reagan and not every Dem is Jimmy Carrer.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:14:17pm

all these pictures need to be tweeted with the hashtag #TrumpRallyCrowds or something like that.

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BeachDem  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:14:30pm

re: #3 Charles Johnson

Our new hatchling considers Hillary Clinton “one of the most evil people on the planet.”

littlegreenfootballs.com

I wasn’t aware that my brother had joined LGF.
//

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EPR-radar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:14:58pm

re: #53 Decatur Deb

Coolest Trump crowd ever:

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Not quite. The Trump crowd is what’s left behind after the enormous flock of penguins has moved on.

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Kragar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:15:18pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:15:34pm

All those other presidents? LOSERS!!!

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Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:15:38pm

re: #55 HappyWarrior

Sorry Peggy, not every Republican is Reagan and not every Dem is Jimmy Carrer.

Given that choice, or Trump, I’d vote Carter for the third time.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:17:12pm

Another downside to the discovery of fire? Hot Takes!

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EPR-radar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:18:00pm

re: #60 Backwoods_Sleuth

Trump’s “certain mentality” probably includes innovative ideas like seeking to monetize the US nuclear arsenal.

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Varek Raith  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:18:02pm

re: #62 Backwoods_Sleuth

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Another downside to the discovery of fire? Hot Takes!

Not sure which is worse, the headline or your comment.
:P

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De Kolta Chair  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:18:05pm

Today’s poll numbers reveal that there are tens of millions more Anti-Trump Elites™ than previously thought.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:18:19pm

re: #61 Decatur Deb

Given that choice, or Trump, I’d vote Carter for the third time.

Me too, I meant campaign style though. Trump can’t even project optimism. Clinton is more savvy than Carter was as a campaigner too.

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Targetpractice  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:19:34pm

re: #55 HappyWarrior

Sorry Peggy, not every Republican is Reagan and not every Dem is Jimmy Carrer.

Every 4 years, conservatives engage in this fantasy that it’s 1980 all over again, St. Ron has risen from the grave to lead the Republicans to a massive victory, and Democrats are following a weak leader whose ruin will become legendary.

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De Kolta Chair  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:21:06pm

re: #60 Backwoods_Sleuth

All those other presidents? LOSERS!!!

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blueraven  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:21:13pm

Not just dead, but viciously attacked; neck slashed, near decapitation.

Evil people.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:21:39pm

re: #67 Targetpractice

Every 4 years, conservatives engage in this fantasy that it’s 1980 all over again, St. Ron has risen from the grave to lead the Republicans to a massive victory, and Democrats are following a weak leader whose ruin will become legendary.

Yep I remember that in 2008 with Obama especially. Noonan is drunk on Reagan juice again.

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ObserverArt  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:21:55pm

So Trump just said…”If you don’t like me vote for Pence. It’s the same thing.”

…no crazy there…look out he’s back on his resonating message…watch the polls change now.

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EPR-radar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:22:01pm

re: #67 Targetpractice

Every 4 years, conservatives engage in this fantasy that it’s 1980 all over again, St. Ron has risen from the grave to lead the Republicans to a massive victory, and Democrats are following a weak leader whose ruin will become legendary.

That story is much more pathetic than normal this year. Trump is infinitely worse as a campaigner than Reagan was, and Clinton is considerably better at campaigning than Carter was.

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Testy Toad T  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:22:41pm

re: #67 Targetpractice

Every 4 years, conservatives engage in this fantasy that it’s 1980 all over again, St. Ron has risen from the grave to lead the Republicans to a massive victory, and Democrats are following a weak leader whose ruin will become legendary.

Stinky Zombie Reagan looks terrible, can’t even give a speech to a crowd anymore. No energy. Sad!

I alone!

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:23:19pm

re: #69 blueraven

Not just dead, but viciously attacked; neck slashed, near decapitation.

Evil people.

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But don’t call them hateful, that’s mean ya know. Must suck to be that hateful. I don’t want Trump dead, I just don’t want him anywhere near the presidency.

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makeitstop  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:23:21pm

Angry Ram + tetherball = awesomeness.

What happens when you leave a tetherball in the forest

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ObserverArt  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:24:15pm

re: #26 Kragar

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The running of the bullshit!

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Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:24:53pm

re: #67 Targetpractice

Every 4 years, conservatives engage in this fantasy that it’s 1980 all over again, St. Ron has risen from the grave to lead the Republicans to a massive victory, and Democrats are following a weak leader whose ruin will become legendary.

And somebody cuts her a check for it.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:25:00pm

re: #72 EPR-radar

That story is much more pathetic than normal this year. Trump is infinitely worse as a campaigner than Reagan was, and Clinton is considerably better at campaigning than Carter was.

It’s just sad. The youngest Reagan voters are 50 this year. They need to stop humping Reagan’s carcass.

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wrenchwench  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:26:46pm
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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:28:23pm

“something”…

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Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:29:18pm

re: #80 Backwoods_Sleuth

“It’ll be terminated and replaced with something.”

“something”…

Prayer and fasting.

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Testy Toad T  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:29:41pm

re: #78 HappyWarrior

It’s just sad. The youngest Reagan voters are 50 this year. They need to stop humping Reagan’s carcass.

Imagine being a Democratic voter in 1973 and seeing every single possible Democratic president through the obligate and exclusive lens of FDR.

Sad!

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:31:08pm

And so it’s clear that while I dislike Reagan, I’m not attacking him here, I’m attacking the idea that Republicans and their pundit allies can’t go one election without comparing their nominee to Reagan and the Dem to Carter. It’s just lame and shows me they offer little.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:31:46pm

re: #82 Testy Toad T

Imagine being a Democratic voter in 1973 and seeing every single possible Democratic president through the obligate and exclusive lens of FDR.

Sad!

Heh I think by then, JFK had become the icon.

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De Kolta Chair  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:32:52pm

Oh wait, this isn’t the USA Olympic tennis team!

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EPR-radar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:33:15pm

re: #82 Testy Toad T

Imagine being a Democratic voter in 1973 and seeing every single possible Democratic president through the obligate and exclusive lens of FDR.

Sad!

That would be a bit limiting, but not the end of the world. After all, FDR and the New Deal really did have some significant accomplishments.

In contrast, Reagan traded exclusively in lies and illusions.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:33:59pm

re: #86 EPR-radar

That would be a bit limiting, but not the end of the world. After all, FDR and the New Deal really did have some significant accomplishments.

In contrast, Reagan traded exclusively in lies and illusions.

That’s true as well. Reagan was no FDR.

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freetoken  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:34:58pm

re: #83 HappyWarrior

I have no problem criticizing Reagan. He was the eruption of the atavist religious right machine into its dominance in the GOP.

Reagan was not so religious, but he was smart enough to know he could use the religious right to get elected.

Many of Reagan’s decisions were marginal at best. Some of the bad ones - like the Iran-Contra affair, are intentionally ignored by the wingnuts today because deep down they know if they actually considered it then Reagan is not the saint they claim he was.

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De Kolta Chair  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:35:34pm

re: #80 Backwoods_Sleuth

“something”…

“It’s called Monster Island and believe me folks it’s yuge.”

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Testy Toad T  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:36:12pm

re: #86 EPR-radar

That would be a bit limiting, but not the end of the world. After all, FDR and the New Deal really did have some significant accomplishments.

In contrast, Reagan traded exclusively in lies and illusions.

Oh, he’d absolutely be who you look up to. He still is!

I mean, sitting in 1973 as seeing the Democratic Party only as a reflection of FDR, because you had no accomplishments since that time and nothing whatsoever to celebrate since his death.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:37:18pm

re: #88 freetoken

I have no problem criticizing Reagan. He was the eruption of the atavist religious right machine into its dominance in the GOP.

Reagan was not so religious, but he was smart enough to know he could use the religious right to get elected.

Many of Reagan’s decisions were marginal at best. Some of the bad ones - like the Iran-Contra affair, are intentionally ignored by the wingnuts today because deep down they know if they actually considered it then Reagan is not the saint they claim he was.

I don’t either but when I said to stop humping the Reagan carcass, I meant the Reagan mythology.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:39:02pm

They only really like Reagan because he won big and gave the new right legitimacy like they never had before. Plus he made them feel better about being jerks.

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Targetpractice  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:40:57pm

re: #83 HappyWarrior

And so it’s clear that while I dislike Reagan, I’m not attacking him here, I’m attacking the idea that Republicans and their pundit allies can’t go one election without comparing their nominee to Reagan and the Dem to Carter. It’s just lame and shows me they offer little.

Like most things surrounding St. Ron, the GOP idolizes their fantasy scenario of how ‘80 played out rather than the reality of it. In their fantasy, St. Ron used that magnificent debate performance to “come from behind” and win big. Everybody thought Carter was going to win, then overnight they broke for St. Ron in huge numbers and took him to a awe-inspiring victory.

The reality was that Reagan had taken a pretty convincing lead in the later summer, expanded it during the convention, and kept hold of it all the way to the election.

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:42:12pm

But Obama is destroying the economy!

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De Kolta Chair  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:42:42pm

This is the USA Olympic tennis team, and the best of luck y’all!

From left to right: Steve Johnson, Rajeev Ram, Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Coco Vandeweghe, Jack Sock, Madison Keys, Serena Williams, Venus Williams, Sloane Stephens, Denis Kudla, Bryan Baker.
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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:42:48pm

re: #93 Targetpractice

Like most things surrounding St. Ron, the GOP idolizes their fantasy scenario of how ‘80 played out rather than the reality of it. In their fantasy, St. Ron used that magnificent debate performance to “come from behind” and win big. Everybody thought Carter was going to win, then overnight they broke for St. Ron in huge numbers and took him to a awe-inspiring victory.

The reality was that Reagan had taken a pretty convincing lead in the later summer, expanded it during the convention, and kept hold of it all the way to the election.

Precisely. People need myths though.

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freetoken  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:43:28pm

I see WaPo and the rest are really trying to reignite the embers about the emails .

Trying really hard.

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Targetpractice  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:44:19pm

re: #94 Backwoods_Sleuth

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But Obama is destroying the economy!

Which means conservative pundits will now insist that this is “just like” 2008, that it’s a “bubble” that will pop “any day now,” and the result will be economic carnage that will sweep Trump to the White House.

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EPR-radar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:45:17pm

re: #93 Targetpractice

Like most things surrounding St. Ron, the GOP idolizes their fantasy scenario of how ‘80 played out rather than the reality of it. In their fantasy, St. Ron used that magnificent debate performance to “come from behind” and win big. Everybody thought Carter was going to win, then overnight they broke for St. Ron in huge numbers and took him to a awe-inspiring victory.

The reality was that Reagan had taken a pretty convincing lead in the later summer, expanded it during the convention, and kept hold of it all the way to the election.

Agreed. I was old enough to pay attention then, and Carter’s re-election was basically doomed by the hostage crisis and especially the failure of the rescue attempt.

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Kragar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:47:41pm
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De Kolta Chair  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:48:08pm

re: #80 Backwoods_Sleuth

“something”…

He seriously thinks the Chinese are building one giant fortress in the Pacific? Betcha in Wisconsin tonight he insists he saw the video.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:48:36pm

Reaganre: #99 EPR-radar

Agreed. I was old enough to pay attention then, and Carter’s re-election was basically doomed by the hostage crisis and especially the failure of the rescue attempt.

Right. The hostage crisis is what really doomed Carter. Obama got a higher percentage of the vote in 2008/12 then Reagan did in 1980.

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Shiplord Kirel  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:49:53pm

Reagan’s most lasting legacy is the vast imbalance in the distribution of wealth in this country, which has matched, and exceeded, the levels seen during the Gilded Age. Reaganomics was the fraud of the century. It was a willful, carefully crafted strategy too, from the voodoo economic theories used to support it to the administration’s successful program to destroy organized labor.

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Kragar  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:50:42pm
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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:50:48pm

All those who attack Obama on police ignore that nearly twice as much officers died in the line of duty under Ron compared with Obama.

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:51:00pm

re: #103 Shiplord Kirel

Reagan’s most lasting legacy is the vast imbalance in the distribution of wealth in this country, which has matched, and exceeded, the levels seen during the Gilded Age. Reaganomics was the fraud of the century. It was a willful, carefully crafted strategy too, from the voodoo economic theories used to support it to the administration’s successful program to destroy organized labor.

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wrenchwench  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:52:23pm

I remember riding my bike uphill to work the day after Reagan was elected and swearing at all the rich people’s houses in the neighborhood (North Orange County, CA), ‘Look what you’ve done!’.

If Trump is elected, I’ll have a more difficult time finding a rich neighborhood in this town, plus I don’t ride a bike anymore. Not gonna happen anyhow.

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Blind Frog Belly White  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:53:37pm

re: #98 Targetpractice

Which means conservative pundits will now insist that this is “just like” 2008, that it’s a “bubble” that will pop “any day now,” and the result will be economic carnage that will sweep Trump to the White House.

Of course, at this point in 2008, we’d already been in a recession for 6 months. Lawrence Kudlow famously titled a post, “Dude, where’s my recession?” I guess he found out.

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Romantic Heretic  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:53:46pm

re: #33 Testy Toad T

Yeah, I actually am amazed at how much Donald Trump knows about the military.

That is to say, he knows basically nothing at all.

Less than nothing. Everything he knows is wrong.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:54:13pm

re: #103 Shiplord Kirel

Reagan’s most lasting legacy is the vast imbalance in the distribution of wealth in this country, which has matched, and exceeded, the levels seen during the Gilded Age. Reaganomics was the fraud of the century. It was a willful, carefully crafted strategy too, from the voodoo economic theories used to support it to the administration’s successful program to destroy organized labor.

I’ll never forgive Reagan for what he did to the labor movement. The labor movement made lives better for so many Anericans including my own family and Reagan a former union president no less shat on them so his wealthy benefactors could benefit. The wealth gap as you say started its massive growth in those years too. Plus his rhetoric of setting the middle class against the less well off was awful. And we haven’t even touched his FP in Latin and South America which we’re still repairing.

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Timothy Watson  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:55:18pm

re: #98 Targetpractice

Which means conservative pundits will now insist that this is “just like” 2008, that it’s a “bubble” that will pop “any day now,” and the result will be economic carnage that will sweep Trump to the White House.

Since 2010:
DOUBLE DIP RECESSION ANY DAY NOW!1!!

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:55:40pm
113
Targetpractice  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:56:09pm

The reason the wingnuts love to compare elections to 1980 now is because of that fantasy about the “come from behind win” that they’ve fostered since. It’s their little scrap of hope they hold on to every time their candidate is dragging ass in the polls, this idea that one single event will totally change the race and allow their guy to “come from behind” to win big.

It didn’t happen in 2008.

It didn’t happen in 2012.

It won’t happen in 2016.

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Romantic Heretic  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:56:56pm

re: #59 Kragar

Young man? What would you know about Western Civilization?

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freetoken  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:57:26pm

Here I often lament the ability of our society to understand complex issues such as that which arise out of modern science.

And my laments often have to do with the media and poor writing.

Well, for awhile now, in regards to climate change, there has been much hand wringing that the masses don’t understand it, that not enough is being done in mitigation (which I think is obvious and probably not at all dependent upon the former.)

So now we have this:

Climate summaries ‘for grownups,’ but not too difficult for policymakers

Offering a rare insider analysis of the climate assessment process, Carnegie’s Katharine Mach and colleagues at the Department of Global Ecology examined the writing and editing procedures by which the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change creates summaries of their findings for policymakers. Despite recent critiques that these summaries are too difficult for non-experts, Mach and colleagues found them comparable to reference texts in terms of reading comprehension level. Their results are published by Science Advances.

“Using multiple tools for measuring reading ease, we found that IPCC reports are designed for grownups, but they are not harder to read than other science documents, including those written for the public by professional writers,” said co-author Chris Field, who served as the co-chair of the second IPCC Working Group.

Nevertheless, Mach and colleagues also suggest ways that the summary reports could be improved by using less jargon and more cohesive language to link the ideas they contain. The summaries could also be enhanced by graphics, videos, animations, and online multimedia, in addition to extensive media availability by panel leadership.

[…]

Perhaps it’s just my middle-20th-century-American-English bias, but I find the use of the word “grownup” instead of “adult” itself interesting.

Anyway, compare the 2nd and 3rd paragraphs.

What the panel is saying is that there should be more pictures.

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:57:36pm

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Targetpractice  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:58:30pm

re: #112 The Vicious Babushka

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We’ve fallen into this sort of mirror universe scenario for Trump. Where this time last year, he was nattering like a loon and yet his poll numbers kept climbing, now he’s gone full metal wingnut and his numbers are plummeting.

Beautifully illustrating just how out of touch the GOP base is with the general electorate.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 2:59:13pm

re: #112 The Vicious Babushka

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Hope he keeps on free falling.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:00:14pm

re: #117 Targetpractice

We’ve fallen into this sort of mirror universe scenario for Trump. Where this time last year, he was nattering like a loon and yet his poll numbers kept climbing, now he’s gone full metal wingnut and his numbers are plummeting.

Beautifully illustrating just how out of touch the GOP base is with the general electorate.

He can’t get away with being a hateful loon with the GE electorate, with the GOP electorate, he can get away with it.

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Interesting Times  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:01:12pm

re: #115 freetoken

So now we have this:

Climate summaries ‘for grownups,’ but not too difficult for policymakers

What the panel is saying is that there should be more pictures.

With cats and captions?

since we’re already living in Idiocracy, that might seriously work…

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makeitstop  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:03:59pm

re: #116 The Vicious Babushka

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Excellent! Congratulations.

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Shiplord Kirel  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:04:50pm

The Harvard Republican Club (yes, there is such a thing) has formally jumped ship:

Facebook Post

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:05:17pm

re: #87 HappyWarrior

That’s true as well. Reagan was no FDR.

Reagan was a cretinous numbnuts, a doorstop in human form, but he knew how to go through the baby-kissing ingratiating-yourself-with-the-public political vaudeville act. Trump hasn’t got a clue.

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Charles Johnson  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:06:50pm

This is freaking hilarious. Yes, he DID throw that baby. Quote: “Get the baby out of here.”

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A Mom Anon  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:08:11pm

re: #116 The Vicious Babushka

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Timothy Watson  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:08:31pm
“James O’Keefe is a professional liar,” Dickerson said. “He just isn’t very good at it.”

Conservative Provocateur James O’Keefe Flops In His Biggest Fail Yet

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:09:04pm

re: #123 The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge

Reagan was a cretinous numbnuts, a doorstop in human form, but he knew how to go through the baby-kissing ingratiating-yourself-with-the-public political vaudeville act. Trump hasn’t got a clue.

Hell even Nixon could do that.

128
TK-421  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:10:00pm

Democratic VP candidate Kaine visits city

Hillary Clinton’s running mate Tim Kaine says while the Democratic presidential nominee is focused on improving the economy, her opponent is too busy “shadow boxing” with everyone from the family of a war hero to his fellow Republicans.

“While we’ve been talking about jobs, Donald Trump has been going after a family of a war hero. Donald Trump has been going after fellow Republicans, and talking about why he won’t endorse them in the primaries,” Kaine said to cheers Friday at a campaign rally at Milwaukee’s Lakefront Brewery. “We’re talking about jobs. Donald Trump is basically shadow boxing with every enemy he can think of.”

Kaine’s comments during his first campaign stop in Wisconsin were a clear reference to Trump’s battle with the Muslim family of a fallen U.S. soldier, and his hesitancy to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan of Janesville. Kaine’s appearance came before a Trump rally Friday night in Green Bay.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:10:58pm

re: #126 Timothy Watson

Conservative Provocateur James O’Keefe Flops In His Biggest Fail Yet

Thiel’s money is eventually going to stop Jimmy. Maybe time to find a real job.

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HappyWarrior  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:11:51pm

re: #128 TK-421

Democratic VP candidate Kaine visits city

Glad to see that.

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De Kolta Chair  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:13:39pm

re: #104 Kragar

I wonder if their supporters knew that their donations were being wasted on this nonsense, or if they (meaning their supporters) even care? “Hey, my gal/guy were noticed by the press today! Winning!!!”

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:15:05pm

re: #115 freetoken

Here I often lament the ability of our society to understand complex issues such as that which arise out of modern science.

And my laments often have to do with the media and poor writing.

Well, for awhile now, in regards to climate change, there has been much hand wringing that the masses don’t understand it, that not enough is being done in mitigation (which I think is obvious and probably not at all dependent upon the former.)

So now we have this:

Climate summaries ‘for grownups,’ but not too difficult for policymakers

Perhaps it’s just my middle-20th-century-American-English bias, but I find the use of the word “grownup” instead of “adult” itself interesting.

Anyway, compare the 2nd and 3rd paragraphs.

What the panel is saying is that there should be more pictures.

My math teacher from 45 years ago, quoting his math teacher: “If it’s pitchers, it ain’t calculus!”

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Skip Intro  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:18:29pm

re: #116 The Vicious Babushka

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Yeah but because we have the highest taxes in the world you’ll actually lose money.

134
Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:20:22pm

re: #116 The Vicious Babushka

So, Monday I’m starting a new job that pays $1000/month more than my previous job.

You the new Flint Water Commissioner?

135
Shiplord Kirel  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:20:28pm

re: #122 Shiplord Kirel

The Harvard Republican Club (yes, there is such a thing) has formally jumped ship:

[Embedded content]

If you haven’t read this because of the source, please do. Except for the obligatory obeisance to Saint Reagan of the Trickledown, it is one of the hardest hitting and most succinct critiques of the Trump candidacy that I have seen. The old line GOP establishment, which the Harvard group obviously represent, is in full revolt against the Trumpsters and their hellish alliance of Tea Partiers, bigots, and superstitious rubes.
We are going to see an epic battle for party dominance between them and the evangelicals after Trump is cast into the outer darkness in November.

136
blueraven  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:21:30pm
137
Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:22:53pm

re: #135 Shiplord Kirel

If you haven’t read this because of the source, please do. Except for the obligatory obeisance to Saint Reagan of the Trickledown, it is one of the hardest hitting and most succinct critiques of the Trump candidacy that I have seen. The old line GOP establishment, which the Harvard group obviously represent, is in full revolt against the Trumpsters and their hellish alliance of Tea Partiers, bigots, and superstitious rubes.
We are going to see an epic battle for party dominance between them and the evangelicals after Trump is cast into the outer darkness in November.

Going top have to look into the College Republican National Committee. Haven’t lurked them since the last election. Perhaps one of them will carve a backwards “H” on their face. That’ll work better than the “B”.

138
blueraven  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:24:38pm

Fox News trying real hard to spin 255K new jobs in July as a negative. Ooooh the Fed may raise interest rates!!!

139
The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:27:03pm

re: #137 Decatur Deb

Going top have to look into the College Republican National Committee. Haven’t lurked them since the last election. Perhaps one of them will carve a backwards “H” on their face. That’ll work better than the “B”.

Damn, why didn’t that crazy woman use an “O”? Never thought of that before. She might have fooled somebody that way.

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:27:04pm

re: #134 Decatur Deb

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141
A Cranky One  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:27:51pm

Line is forming for the Trump rally:

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lawhawk  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:27:53pm
143
blueraven  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:28:08pm

Ahem

144
BigPapa  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:28:10pm

re: #3 Charles Johnson

Our new hatchling considers Hillary Clinton “one of the most evil people on the planet.”

littlegreenfootballs.com

I disagree. She is this most evil person in the galaxy.

145
lawhawk  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:29:08pm

re: #133 Skip Intro

Even though by any measure we’re hardly the highest taxed nation in the world, and taxes were far higher here in the US decades ago.

146
BigPapa  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:29:12pm

re: #143 blueraven

That is Hillary-ous! She’s cracker free!

147
TK-421  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:30:02pm

re: #136 blueraven

Linky no worky

Fixed!

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lawhawk  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:32:10pm

re: #138 blueraven

When the most you can say is that the Fed might raise rates down the line, you know the economy’s doing well. It’s not overheating, which would require raising rates, and the growth is such that inflation is low. Wages are also increasing, so there’s more money being spent, so that too will help companies across a wide range of sectors.

And given that energy prices are still low (and glut conditions exist) the energy sector is getting slammed, but other sectors are benefiting, like transportation, delivery, and personal services (since you don’t have to pay as much for gas, you can spend on other stuff).

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Decatur Deb  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:32:44pm

re: #140 The Vicious Babushka

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EPR-radar  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:33:29pm

re: #135 Shiplord Kirel

If you haven’t read this because of the source, please do. Except for the obligatory obeisance to Saint Reagan of the Trickledown, it is one of the hardest hitting and most succinct critiques of the Trump candidacy that I have seen. The old line GOP establishment, which the Harvard group obviously represent, is in full revolt against the Trumpsters and their hellish alliance of Tea Partiers, bigots, and superstitious rubes.
We are going to see an epic battle for party dominance between them and the evangelicals after Trump is cast into the outer darkness in November.

I’ll need to see this in action before I believe there is any sincerity in it. The GOP establishment has been pandering to bigots for easy votes based on fact-free sound bites for decades, and Trump and his bloody mummers are the inevitable result.

151
Brian J.  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:33:48pm

re: #100 Kragar

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Still an improvement on Lisa Simpson giving a blowjob, or whatever the 2012 logo was supposed to be.

152
ObserverArt  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:35:06pm

re: #144 BigPapa

I disagree. She is this most evil person in the galaxy.

Ever…in all of time!

153
Archangelus  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:36:09pm

Latest update to Nate Silver’s electoral forecast has Hillary leading the poll forecast by 81% and the “Now-cast” by 91.7% and 367 electorate votes.

projects.fivethirtyeight.com

Guess it’s true - Trump said he wanted to expand the electoral map and he sure has kept that promise! He just didn’t specify for which candidate he’d be expanding it…

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Backwoods_Sleuth  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:37:47pm

re: #143 blueraven

Ahem

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LOLOLOLOL!
Trump was also invited to speak but did not respond.

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BigPapa  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:38:15pm

re: #152 ObserverArt

Ever…in all of time!

At least the last billion years. FACT.

156
Pawn of the Oppressor  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:38:23pm

re: #75 makeitstop

Angry Ram + tetherball = awesomeness.

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Video

THE SYSTEM IS RIGGED!

-TrumpRam

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Ziggy_TARDIS  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:44:01pm

I noticed this headline, and subheadline, on Wikipedia:

A Pakistani Mi-17 transport helicopter belonging to the Punjab government on route to Russia for repair, crashed on Thursday night in Logar Province, Afghanistan. The six people on board have been taken hostage by the Taliban. (The Express Tribune) (Pakistan Today)

Army Chief General Raheel Sharif had called the U.S. Military Commander in Afghanistan, General John Nicolson, and asked him to help recover the crew. The Afghan government and Afghan Army have also been contacted for recovery of helicopter and crew.(Dunya News)

This should be good. You see, the Taliban was heavily supported by Pakistan, as a means to make sure they had a friendly nation on their borders, and also to keep them weak so Afghanistan couldn’t really push the Durand Line issue. In addition, the Taliban would have loot copper and many other things, and sent them to Pakistan for cash.

So, Afghanistan is miffed at Pakistan, very reasonably. I do know Afghanistan will get the people and the helicopter back. But I wonder if Afghanistan is going to make Pakistan humble in private or in public.

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Big Beautiful Door  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:44:06pm

re: #78 HappyWarrior

It’s just sad. The youngest Reagan voters are 50 this year. They need to stop humping Reagan’s carcass.

50+ is the GOP’s demographic.

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The Vicious Babushka  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:52:36pm

Oh look their Sheriff Stars have 5 points!

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The Very Reverend Battleaxe of Knowledge  Aug 5, 2016 • 3:54:23pm

re: #159 The Vicious Babushka

Oh look their Sheriff Stars have 5 points!

[Embedded content]


ZOMG!!11!!! PENTAGRAMZ!!! BURN TEH WITHCEZ!!!!

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majii  Aug 5, 2016 • 5:03:30pm

re: #21 Backwoods_Sleuth

Iirc, and I do, I remember reading that Trump would not change his own kids’ dirty diapers or take them out for a walk in public in their strollers because he said that was the job of his kids’ mothers.

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Rocky-in-Connecticut  Aug 5, 2016 • 6:26:14pm

re: #94 Backwoods_Sleuth

Remind me again how electing Obama in 2008 meant the stock market was going to 0.


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