Friday Open Thread : Trump 1990 Oprah Interview Edition

You may think this is a Trump thread, whether you support him or not, the man never changes his, uhm, persona. I just find that an interesting quality about him. So no, it’s not a fangirl post, but I’m starting to become one.

Happy TGIF !

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153 Responses to Friday Open Thread : Trump 1990 Oprah Interview Edition

  1. DeniseVB says:

    So last night this happened (via Venus downstairs)

    Now this will make sense :

    • Somebody says:

      I saw Megyn Kelly go after Trump on this and it pissed me off enough I turned off my TV. Way to create a dem talking point.

      • leslie says:

        Me, too. It got me to bed at a healthy time… I’m up now to go take care of grandbabies for the day,. (My days are Tuesday and Friday. The other granny takes them Mondays and Thursdays.)
        I don’t know how you do it, Somebody. You are my role model. ❤

        • Somebody says:

          Thanks Leslie, but my knees and my right hip don’t think so! Oh how I wish I was splitting the days with someone!!

          Enjoy your little ones today, isn’t the oldest in pre-school now? My oldest is in K, which is nice because I get nap time all to myself……but getting back and forth to the bus is becoming a PIA. Three days in a row I’ve been soaking wet, despite the best laid plans. On Wednesday I went to the grocery store with the two youngest and had a youtube worthy moment. It was pouring. I managed to get the girls in my van just fine, but I didn’t think about water pooling on my lift gate. After I loaded all the groceries, I pulled the lift gate down and a waterfall came pouring down on me, argh.

          Your youngest is around one year correct? Does the baby play at all? My youngest just turned 1 and I swear she has no capacity to entertain herself at all, NONE. Even when I sit down on the floor to play with her she really has no interest in toys. She pretty much wants to be held all her waking hours. If she isn’t being held I can be assured she’s getting into something, pulling everything out of my lower cabinets, pouring out my dog’s water, tearing up books including my cookbooks or pulling pictures off my entryway table.

          It’s been so long since I’ve had little ones, but I kind of remember mine at that age playing with their toys for short periods of time. The two year old will play for a long time and is as happy as can be, but the one year old wants to be constantly held or entertained…….or she’ll entertain herself my making a big mess.

          • cynic says:

            Mine never played, and destroyed books as well. Oh how I prayed that I could have a break, by sitting in my rocking chair, reading to my children. Instead, they got into everything! And, they only took a 30-minute nap, and one of them was up by 4:00.

            My only salvation was the stroller. We lived in a lovely neighborhood, with 3 dead-end streets, so very little traffic. The kids liked to go for rides, and all the older women in the neighborhood would come out to see the kids, and visit with me. Oh, if only those women knew what a life saver they were to me. There’s something to be said for adult conversation.

          • mcnorman says:

            Yikessss! Not one, but three…you’re a saint Somebody. I would have lost all of my hair by now.

          • leslie says:

            Good memory, Somebody. Yes, the older is in pre-school and the younger is over a year now. She recently started walking and although she is steady on her feet still often wants to be picked up (“Uppie???”) That is very hard on my back as I have a medical issue that causes me much discomfort on good days. Picking her up really makes me hurt by 1:00. I’m lucky she is fairly lightweight.

            She is adorable, and also as headstrong as can be. So there are days that completely wipe me out and other days when I think that maybe I did something right and just can’t recall what it was that worked. Sometimes reading to her works. Today, it didn’t. She’s supposed to go to bed at 1:00 for a nap, but today she fell asleep during lunch and as soon as I put her in bed, she woke up screaming. It took another 45 minutes before she would actually go to bed and we still had tears. She has inherited her father’s tendency to scream instead of cry. When it happens to him, I smile. But when it happens to me, I think “I paid my dues a long time ago”. I still need to get to know her better. 😉
            The older one is sooooo much easier. And she was 4 years ago as well. She loves to see me and to say hello to me in the morning and in the afternoon. She loves her sister (which is really nice). She was a wonderful first child and now “big sister”. When she is home, she is really a helper and playmate for the little one.

            I don’t think I could do what you are doing. Shopping, hauling kids hither and yon… you’re amazing.
            If I had little children of my own now, I think I’d have to take drugs or alcohol to get through this. . Fortunately, I was 40 years younger with a healthy back when I had my own little ones. I think I was a good enough mother. I hope so.

            Good luck with the year. Didn’t you say that some of the load might be lighter this year? I hope so.

    • Venus says:

      The thing is though — I think Trump handled it just fine by being dismissive and saying “we’ll be looking into lots of things.”
      He didn’t need to give a lecture on how good Muslims (but Obama isnt one) are and further engage the crazy.

      • mcnorman says:

        I agree. Why does he have to stand up for teh won? The idiot himself kept putting out stuff that made everyone wince with caution about that BC. Then the Hawaii person in charge refuses to answer questions, etc. It was just to contrived…signing his personal info into a treasure trove to be locked away on day one. Teh won is a user. Do I think that he put down he was another national in order to receive breaks on tuition or admission? You bet I believe that. He’s been a liar forever.

  2. DeniseVB says:

    Found the clip via The Hill … msm seems to be going in full fauxrage mode

    • Somebody says:

      I think this is such bullshit. It’s not Trump’s job to defend Obama and besides why does he need to be defended because someone thinks he’s a Muslim??? Technically by birth he is, so what.

      Trump answered the man’s question and that was his only obligation. He certainly isn’t required to defend Barry’s honor, sheesh.

      • leslie says:

        Amen, sister.

        • Myiq2xu says:

          If Trump falls it won’t be because he didn’t defend Obama from allegations of being a Muslim. I do think it’s funny the way the media acts like it is a proven fact that Obama is a Christian.

          Obama doesn’t believe in a power greater than himself.

          • dm says:

            I basically said the same thing many years ago before BO was elected…the only entity he “worships” is himself.

          • Venus says:

            In 2008 Obama said that marriage was between a man and a woman and campaigned with anti-SSM pastors in the South. He also said if you like your plan you can keeo your plan and that ACA woukdn’t add a dime to the deficit. SoObama said a lot of shit that wasn’t true to get elected.

          • 49erDweet says:

            I find it difficult to believe anyone sitting under the preaching of that bigot in Chicago could actually be a Christian. Times all those years. He’s a Chameleon. Whatever you want him to be.

      • cynic says:

        Trump needs to attack the media for this. This was a lead-off story on MSNBC this a.m. (no surprise) They said that he needs to do what McCain did – defend Obama!

      • blowme0bama says:

        Exactly. Pursuant to their Sharia law, as the son of a male muslim, Obama is muslim. He is obviously not devout as his only true religion is Obamism, but he is definitely a muslim.

        • cynic says:

          This was an interesting story that the media didn’t ask Obama about. Tell us Mr. President, why did Grandma and cousin visit Moamar? Not very nice of you to bomb Libya and get rid of the leader after he was so hospitable to your family!

          Libya & Kenya: Mama Sarah Obama visit to Gadhafi Palace in Tripoli has caused jittery in the family
          Writes Leo Odera Omolo In Kisumu City
          June 3, 2010
          ” Mama Sarah Obama visited Tripoli last month in the company of her youngest son Saidi Obama, a main and other person and were lavishly entertained by President Gadhafi in his Tripoli Palace.
          The motive of the visit to Tripoli by Mama Sarah Obama remained unclear, but other unconfirmed reports says President Obama got the wind of the visit and appeared to have been embarrassed as he is said to have phoned his cousin Saidi Obama expressing his disappointment at what was going on around his Kenyan ancestral home backyard.”

  3. leslie says:

    Whether bronco is a Muslim or not, he is a lousy president. And, I must admit, I didn’t give credence to the question in 2008, the longer he is in my WH, the more I think there may be some truth to the idea.
    (BTW, I rarely use the word lousy because of the word’s connotations to me. But it is the appropriate word here..)
    I also think the guy with the question was a plant.

    • DeniseVB says:

      A plant was the first thing that came to my mind too. I doubt he was a local New Hampshire townie.

      Did Obama defend Romney when that guy claimed he killed his wife ?

      • leslie says:

        Great point, Denise. And no. I don’t believe he did…

        BTW: I saw a link to Breitbart on twitter. (I can’t actually go there – Breitbart. It hangs up both my iPad and my desktop)
        Anywhooo, bronco actually started this whole kerfuffle when he had his personal info on the jacket of his first book. He said that he was the “first African-American president of the Harvard Law Review and was born in Kenya”. I think that he did this for a purpose and whether true or not, we continue to have this mess.

    • cynic says:

      I think you’re right, Leslie. CNN had a poll last week about this, and they specifically brought Trump and his followers into it.

      Hey, are you watching Morning Joe? Bob Beckel was just on. I’ve got to say, I would much rather have watched him on The Five than Geraldo.

      • leslie says:

        Sadly, I can’t watch on Fridays. It makes me leave late for my son’s to take care of the little ones. And I miss it. Maybe I can watch it on youtube when the baby takes her nap.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Glad to see Bob got a gig. I liked him in that …. what’s he going to say next???……sort of way. MSNBC would be a good fit for him, let him spew his sexist comments there 😀

        Oh look, Geraldo on Fox now ‘splaining Trump. Sigh.

  4. leslie says:

    The stories about Carly, Ben, now Trump are just some of the strategies the RNC and MSM will use to ensure Jeb! makes it onto the November, 2016 GE ballot. They are wasting no time to cut off the front runners at the knees.
    I will be voting Green Party – or maybe even the Socialist party just to show these plutocrats what I think of them.

    • Lulu says:

      The elite RINO’s are entering the bargaining phase by threatening a third party run by some old worn out hack or the dweeb and severely henpecked !Jeb. Denial and anger did not work out. The ploy of the exciting new sensation Dr Carson (is he on Thorazine? Anti-convulsants? Too much anger management cognitive therapy?) and the hectoring and ever snotty smart girl Car-ly (and what a f’ing hypocrite as she went after old and honorably beat up sister Babs in CA) rehearsed. stretched and Botoxed as well as sound bitten within an inch of her life (she has said the same old CoC and business school memorized Power Point shit in video clips since about 2010!) are flashes in the pan. Notice they won’t use Cruz or Walker as Look! Squirrels! They might actually catch on. But they aren’t in the Bush club and have done something with their lives other than work for Lehman Bros to bring a public pension fund to harvest. Can the hostile takeover by disaffected Repubs, struggling workers, and old kicked out in 2008 Dems continue. Yes. Will they win? We don’t know yet. But Turd Blossom is fighting like it is for his life.

    • lyn says:

      Hell, if the choice is between Hillary and Jeb!, I’m writing in Sarah Palin. My feeling is that the more they go after Trump, the higher his polling numbers will go. I plan to register as a Republican so I can vote in the primary. May 2016 be the political earthquake that we deserve!

      • votermom says:

        You should totally vote in the primary!
        By the time it rolls around to my state the winner is already known, usually.

      • piper says:

        Agree – Sarah is the one person who I know would do a good job righting this country after all she took on both Repug. and Dem-rats in Alaska, and continues to plague both parties who continue to screech at her.

      • leslie says:

        I registered as a Republican in the last presidential primary election so that I could vote for Romney. And then again recently to vote for a Republican in the governor’s race. I figured the world would come to an end or the machines would explode before the would allow Republican votes. I live in one of the most liberal/progressive cities in the country so I figured my days were numbered. I was shocked when I found out there were more R’s than D’s voters both times. But if it comes down to Hill or Jeb! I’ll either vote for another party, or I’ll think about writing in Trump – knowing full well he won’t win

    • swanspirit says:

      I always vote, but I really don’t know if can bring myself to vote for the smug bastage Jeb! He gives me the creeps. There is something about Jeb, some inner dishonesty that his brother did not have, that bothers me to the core. I could hold my nose and vote for Trump, but i really don’t know about Jeb!

      • Venus says:

        I’m right there with you sista.
        It’s like the Fucking BALLS of this guy Jeb! to run. Slays me

      • cynic says:

        It’s hard to take out a GOPe candidate. They, shockingly, did it with Cantor, and Luger, but didn’t I see that Luger went on to back a Democrat in a recent election?

        Remember Alaska and Joe Miller? The TEA Party, Palin, backed him over Lisa Murkowski, and he won the primary! So what does the establishment do? Encourage Lisa as a write-in! The rest is history. Hadn’t been done since Strom Thurmond, in ’54.

        I also followed the Mississippi Senate Race closely between Thad Cochran and State Senator Chris McDaniel . The dishonesty of the GOPe in getting Cochran re-elected settled it for me.

        I saw it locally, and I saw it Nationally. Don’t trust the establishment.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    Well, no sh*t …… also made the Nobel Peace Prize a joke ….

  6. DeniseVB says:

    The HRC campaign doesn’t understand Bernie’s supporters either. She’s feeling the Bern now 😉

  7. Dora says:

    I really enjoyed watching that old interview. Thanks a lot.

    I also love this recent interview Trump did with Brian Kilmeade. He obviously likes people and they seem to like him. Kilmeade smiles, the truckers, the trashman and the tourists all smile and say hello. Trump is so real. 🙂

    Donald Trump Does Celebrity Stroll w Brian Kilmeade From Fox & Friends

  8. Myiq2xu says:

  9. DeniseVB says:

    And so it begins….hopefully the end of The View. I finally saw the clip, can’t believe they thought they were being funny? More mean girl than ha-ha.

    • lyn says:

      Behar is evil and not funny.

    • piper says:

      The View should have been canned years ago. Behar is just one of the nasty people spewing garbage-filled insults that appeal to certain groups.

      • cynic says:

        I use to watch The View religiously, and loved Joy and her jokes. Somehow, through the years, I discovered that I was no longer a Democrat. I can’t remember how it happened. I knew that I couldn’t envision John Kerry’s wife as the First Lady. Isn’t that silly? Switching from D to R because of the wife? That’s how uninformed I was. Anyway, one day, I discovered that I could no longer listen to Joy.

        Anyone else out there watch the View from the beginning? Did it just become more political, and Joy’s ugliness came out? Was she like that early on? I can’t remember the tipping point. I think I turned off the show in early ’08, and have not turned it on since.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I watched The View in it’s first years, and even as vile prog in those days, I found it cringe worthy most of the time. SNL used to do spot on parodies which I found better than the actual show.

        • jeffhas says:

          I never watched the View – but you’d see clips float around from time to time as you do today.

          My take: Joy was funny in the beginning because she wasn’t important or self-important. She was a normal person (c-level comedienne) getting a break and she seemed more humble and appreciative. At some point, she realized she had influence, and believed that made her important… so much for the humility and appreciativeness. Now, every time she speaks, it’s like she is saying “You must listen to me, I AM IMPORTANT, My opinion counts as though it were fact, I know more then you do because I am/was on TV” etc. etc.

          The celebrity world is littered by the same exact problem; Nobody get a break. Nobody becomes somebody. Nobodies celebrate Somebody. Somebody tells nobodies what they think. Some Nobodies disagree with Somebody. Somebody TELLS Nobodies what to think. Nobodies stop celebrating Somebody. Somebody can’t get anybody to listen anymore.

    • leslie says:

      Good on Johnson & Johnson as well as Eggland’s Best. More advertisers should do the same and know these arrogant B’s off teevee.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      What part of it did you object to?

      • cynic says:

        Are you asking me or Dora? I’m not objecting. I just thought people should be able to read it for themselves, and not from the first link. That’s why I didn’t comment. Let people decide for themselves, once they read the actual speech.

        • Myiq2xu says:

          I was asking Dora.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I haven’t read either link yet, but I do appreciate full context links. In this new media era, it’s awfully easy to take quotes out of context and give them new meaning.

        • cynic says:

          I’ve had time to digest the speech, and to comment on a couple of things.

          After her thanking everyone, she said this:
          “I’m honored to be here with you. So much has changed since I accepted your invitation to speak.”

          She was expectd to make a speech on Sept. 26, in Minneapolis. She runs a company that does business globally, especially emerging markets.

          Should she have condemned Muslims? Cancelled the meeting?

          I’m glad I went to the link and read the comments. Quite a few commenters asked for a link to the speech, but some said it was taken down. We know how people take things out of context, so I was happy that someone posted a link to the text. I prefer reading.

          I haven’t made my mind up on Carly, but I’m glad she’s in the race, and I like how she handles herself – strong and decisive. I will continue to read up on the candidates, and do a little background research on them.

    • smile says:

      Regarding her praise of Islam’s contribution to the world and the stretch of it’s empire, one has to read it from the point of view at that moment in history. Yes, Islam did contribute to math, architecture, science and knowledge and if you look at any civilization that had world domination, they too did the same in their heydays. In fact, many Arabic knowledge texts were translated into Latin and Greek (not sure of the European knowledge languages of that period?) and were read by European mathematicians, scientists, and such, including Sir Isaac Newton. Such contributions are possible because of their dominance, and because of their world wide reach. What I do disagree with is the claim that it was a peaceful time and that the civilization was inclusive. I can speak for India and say that this was not a peaceful time in India at all. Hundreds of thousands were killed in invasions, temples destroyed and plundered, wealth looted, and people forcibly taken for slavery and for their know-how and skills and for their beauty and youth. Regarding inclusivity, it is true that they gave great leadership positions to their slaves, some even rising to the top as sultans (not sure of their titles?) and ruling over regions and people and armies, but this was only if they were muslims or muslim converts. The other point is that they also killed thousands of non-muslims in India for the simple fact that they were not muslims, and under threat of the sword many converted to Islam. I don’t know of the situation in other countries, but I wouldn’t be surprised that this was true in all countries that was invaded by them during that time period.

      Coming to Fiorina, I am okay with her glossing over these unpleasantries because in the big picture and with it being so long in the past, it is important to look at the positives and bring up the positives, especially when one is addressing the people whose historic past you are bringing up. I would do the same today if I was to speak to a British person, I wouldn’t make them feel bad about colonization of the world and India, but I would speak about the good things they brought to India, for example.

  10. DeniseVB says:


  11. DeniseVB says:

    Taylor Swift’s Corn Maze covered in the NY media. Fun Fact: It will take 30 minutes-2 hours to complete the maze 🙂

  12. DeniseVB says:

    True story.

    • Myiq2xu says:

      Why would someone mount a clock in a small briefcase in the first place?

      • DeniseVB says:

        An unattended brief case in an Amtrak station would get the building evacuated.

        Here’s a photo of the kit, briefcase not included, unless he was using it to bring it to school?

      • votermom says:

        Seeing a lot of comments on the clock saying it looks like the kd just took the innards out of a digital clock and stuffed it into his pencil case.

        • DeniseVB says:

          People keep bringing up the little white boy who got suspended for his pop tart gun, so no, this is not an overreaction by the school or police. But it’s sure an overreaction by the media, Obama, and all the job and school offers the kid’s getting now.

          To this day my husband keeps finding “love” notes from the TSA in his suitcase because he insists on travelling with his electric digital alarm clock, which is shaped like a small bomb to begin with. Because it’s the only clock he knows how to work! (yeah, he’s more tech challenged than I am) So xrays always trigger an alarm and TSA drops their note “sorry we had to open your suitcase for inspection….”

  13. piper says:

    Have been playing around with computer programs crashing some and improving others so I’m a bit behind with my readings. Don’t know if this was shared yet so am either posting or reposting Sharyl Atkisson take on Donald the Duck (she actually went out and spoke to real people, no pontificating from lofty perches).

    • DeniseVB says:

      Thanks for posting that Piper ! Sharyl does a good job defending Trump’s supporters. They’re certainly not all the nasty stuff the msm and GOPe make them out to be. They all seem well informed about what’s not working in Washington. Good read !

      • mothy67 says:

        I don’tknow that I am a Trump supporter. I would vote for him. I am grateful he shook things up. I am immune to the thought poloce bullying. Got those antibodies in 2008. No effect.

    • cynic says:

      Does anyone know if the people standing up front were the ones sitting in those chairs?

      • cynic says:

        I’m trying to make out the pictures on that woman’s blouse.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Good catch. In my experience, those people selected to be the candidate’s back drop are already hand picked in advance of the event. In Hillary’s case, very hand picked. I was on the risers behind John Edwards by virtue I was tabling for him at YK07, as were others from various parts of his campaign. Once we were placed, they let the rest of the crowd in the breakout room.

        Even if Hillary’s backdrop came from a general audience to make her look popular or something, nobody thought it through that empty chairs send a worse optical message.

      • lyn says:

        The blouse pattern looks Chagall-esque to me.

        • DeniseVB says:

          My favorite thing about the MET are the art inspired clothes in their shop. I bought a bathrobe with the William Morris Compton design, which was actually a popular wallpaper print in the late 1800s. Found it, couldn’t find the lady’s top though ….

          • leslie says:

            I love William Morris designs and have a booklet filled with his designs to be used as gift wrap. I may be remodeling the bath next year and think I may use one of his designs – or something similar for wallpaper.

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  15. mothy67 says:

    Must watch the season premiere of South Park. PC the new frat boy oppressors. It is available on demand. Aired against debate. SJW not very happy wih Matt and Trey.

  16. DandyTIger says:

    The media and party establishment, but I repeat myself, are in full assault mode on Trump. They’ve already decided he was obliterated in the debate, and will go way down in the polls. Their stories and discussions now are assuming that, reporting that, making news. Knowing that it’s the same establishment who tends to run the polls and decide on poll questions, I fully expect his numbers to go down. Having said that, I wouldn’t be surprised if his polling starts going down a bit anyway because he’s stuck on the same messaging and “I’ll make it unbelievably great; that I can tell you” answer to everything.

    So I think this will be a great test for Trump. How does he handle a full on assault. Can he pivot to dealing with that. Can he change his messaging. Can he pivot into at least a little detail on issues. The next couple of weeks will be very interesting. Popcorn time.

    • Venus says:

      Well newest poll taken of those who watched debate Trump increased his lead. Carly surged to 3rd (10%) but seems to have taken people from Carson (now at 12%) not Trump. Rubio had a modest 2 point bump up to 8%. Breitbart has it

      The “Trump should have defended Obama from being called a Muslim” is already blowing up in MSM’s face Watch this clip with Wolf on the right scoop

      • taw46 says:

        Thanks for the video link. I haven’t even watched TV today. It was all over Twitter last night, and it was disgusting. They were distorting the event, saying Trump said he would get rid of Muslims, ethnic cleansing, etc. So, didn’t want to watch more of it today.

  17. votermom says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Another Trump Supporters Are Dumb attack 😉 Obama doesn’t fare better at 7th grade level. I believe even the media writes so a 12 year old can understand level. Believe me, if I need something techie explained to me, I appreciate a level a 4 year old can understand.

  18. votermom says:

    Planned Parenthood: Every baby a wanted baby!

    Soo .. can we apply that to immigration? Every immigrant a wanted immigrant?

  19. helenk3 says:

    House passed a bill blocking funding of planned parenthood for one year. backtrack threatens veto

    • helenk3 says:

      House approves yearlong halt in Planned Parenthood federal funds in GOP reaction to secret videos in 241-187 vote – @AP

    • mothy67 says:

      With the expansion of health care coverage under the ACA especially for the working poor wouldn’t one think the need for planned parenthood be diminished? I can understand the need for women only clinics

      • cynic says:

        Sen. Bernie Sanders calls House’s vote to cut federal funds for Planned Parenthood ‘an attack on women’s health

        I’m sure those aborted female babies would think otherwise

  20. mothy67 says:

    So annoying a dishwasher comes with free delivery I ask how much for installation
    Answer delivery and installation are 150. So installaion is 150. Okay I get it. Different trucks. Is it appropriate to tip at that price?

  21. Dora says:

    MEDIA SMEARS TRUMP=> Posts Bogus Photo From Rally – Declares His Campaign Dead

    The left-wing media is smearing Donald Trump again this morning.

    ** CNN had its largest in history on Wednesday night for the Republican Debate at the Reagan Library. 23 million viewers tuned in to watch Donald Trump.
    ** Four thousand people turned out to see Donald Trump last night in New Hampshire.

    But according to the liberal media and GOP elites – his campaign is waning.

    This morning the Politico posted this bogus photo in a hit piece on Donald Trump.

    • votermom says:

      Trump just does not know how to stay dead.
      He’s the Trumpinator.
      Media needs to find a vat of molten metal…

    • NewOrleans says:

      Apparently, the vulgarians – us ‘little people” – didn’t get the memo.

      “In this same poll, prior to Wednesday night’s debate, Trump sat at 33% support. Dr. Ben Carson sat in second place with 17% support. Today Trump enjoys 36% support. Carson is still in second place but with just 12% support.

      Trump’s lead increased from +16 points to +24%. That’s an +8% jump.”


    • Jadzia says:

      This is fucking terrifying. How many ISIS sympathizers/operatives are hidden in those teeming hordes? I get the feeling that we are about to find out.

  22. votermom says:

    OT does anyone watch The Strain?

    This is cute – Eichhorst goes on Air BnB

    • mothy67 says:

      I do, but I am a few episodes behind. It is kinda funny. They have all these drawn out ethical dialogues. I am like shut up worm infested vampires are hunting you. Priorities. It’s no Walking Dead(entire season 5 now on demand).

      • votermom says:

        I want to smack Eph most of the time. Fet is great.

        My kid will marathon season 5. I better not tell her yet .

        • mothy67 says:

          I did episode 1 and 2 last night. Whoa I forget. Bit of useless trivia, I watched it on fire stick as I bought first episode Amazon owns Imdb and they have this info stuff. Well Garreth is married to Shadoe Stevens daughter, Amber, in real non apocalyptic life. Stunning woman. There should be a law that they must procreate.
          I think I am going to spend the 1.99 /episode and buy each show after it airs. Netflix has spoiled me. Enjoy shows so much more without ads. Bing gives me a 5 dollar gc/month. I’ll use it on Dead.

  23. votermom says:

    • votermom says:

      Here’s the fabulous part:
      “NATIONAL RIGHT TO CARRY. The right of self-defense doesn’t stop at
      the end of your driveway. That’s why I have a concealed carry permit and
      why tens of millions of Americans do too. That permit should be valid
      in all 50 states. A driver’s license works in every state, so it’s
      common sense that a concealed carry permit should work in every state.
      If we can do that for driving – which is a privilege, not a right – then
      surely we can do that for concealed carry, which is a right, not a

  24. mothy67 says:

    Ya know if it were not for Jeb! I could get behind Walker. Were there no Donald jeb would have been anointed. What was the RNC thinking. Three bushes. Good grief.

  25. mothy67 says:

    They are airing the Heritage foundation thing on OAN.

  26. mothy67 says:

    Cruz AON Heritage Foundation now

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