Jeb! has Electile Dysfunction

There ain’t no pill to fix this problem.


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67 Responses to Jeb! has Electile Dysfunction

  1. Somebody says:

    Bwahaha! Jeb needs to bow out, sadly I don’t think he will. He seems to enjoy burning through other people’s money, there is a Jeb commercial on every 5 minutes.

  2. elliesmom says:

    I hope Jeb decides preserving his dignity is worthwhile and goes home soon, but not until he trashes Rubio some more. 😉

    Moving on to New Hampshire, I’m not sure Bernie’s lead in NH is because he comes from a neighboring state. A lot of Massachusetts dingbats have moved to southern NH. The culture in VT and NH used to be quite different from each other. It’s only since a lot of MA residents moved over the border to escape some of the taxes that NH became more liberal. Nashua has become a suburb of Boston. The migrants from MA tend to be more affluent than the natives of NH and a lot more liberal. While the pundits will dismiss a win by Sanders in NH as a “favorite son” win, I think it will be a legitimate win if he pulls it off.

    While Cruz might have an issue with “New York values”, New Englanders don’t have a very positive view of Texans. Expect some potshots at Cruz over his “Texas culture”. There aren’t a lot of evangelicals in NH. The state is about 95% white. The Manchester Union Leader, the most influential newspaper in the state, has already endorsed Chris Christie so there’s no additional bump coming for anyone before the primary from them. Kelly Ayotte, one of NH’s senators is a Republican, but she says she’s not endorsing anyone before the primary. The governor is a Democrat. I think the Repubs are on their own to make it happen one way or the other.

    Since moving to RI, I’m no longer in the Boston TV market so I’m not being deluged with all of the NH primary ads. One of the reasons NH is such an expensive primary market is most of the ad buys needed to reach the folks in NH have to be made in Boston. Running in NH will cost all of the candidates more than they spent in Iowa.

    I’ve only worked the Democratic side of elections in NH, but I’d say Trump needs to work on his ground game if he wants to keep his lead there. People in NH expect to be asked for their vote.

  3. Dora says:


  4. Have had the flu for a couple of days, so I’m just now coming out of cold sweats and hot flashes and 14 hours-straight sleeps. The news is a clusterfuck of publicity reports that look like Iowa’s preference groups. Sad what the 4th estate has become.

  5. votermom says:

    OT. Here’s the scarf I just mailed to college kiddo
    I couldn’t get anyone to model it so…

  6. Dora says:

    Nice, huh? 😦

    Yahoo News Says ‘He Had It Coming’ After Trump’s Walk of Fame Star Vandalized with Swastika

  7. swanspirit says:

    Is it just me, or does it seem as if Trump is actually the Independent candidate, running from within the R party in disguise?

  8. DeniseVB says:

    Sticker Boy ! (Gutfeld showed this on The Five)

  9. Dora says:

    Is anything about this man real?

    That engagement at a Ted Cruz rally was really a fake couple’s anti-Cruz performance art

    • 1539days says:

      Are you calling Cruz fake because of a prank he didn’t know about?

      • dm says:

        No, Dora is a passionate supporter of Trump, which is all well and good. But what I’ve seen on various websites and posters is the unwritten rule of passing on all info pertaining to Trump and all potentially negative info about Cruz. I respect passion, I just don’t have that for any one candidate. I have my preferences, but along with that is a lack of desire to diss anyone else – which is not to say I can’t, I have plenty of negative feelings about Bush, Rubio, Clinton, Sanders. I’m just not putting it out there too often. I think the negative Cruz stuff must be part of the Trump supporters mission statement.

        • Myiq2xu says:

          I made a conscious choice to not put my thumb on the scale by restricting what people can say about candidates. That does not mean I agree with everything that gets posted here.

  10. Myiq2xu says:

    Muslim Immigrants sexually harass German School Girls – Mayor tells citizens: “Don’t provoke them”

    • swanspirit says:

      What a piece of crap that mayor is.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Everyone needs to wear burkas, otherwise you’re a racist.

    • nerdle says:

      I should start by saying that I’m Vietnamese. Well, my friends were having a discussion about Islam—mind you, I’m super gay and so are they. They, however, don’t have a single problem with it, calling it a religion of Peace and whatnot. I usually stay quiet when talking about politics or religion because I find those topics draining; I’m just out for a drink and to catch up, let’s not get deep and philosophical about shit.

      Eventually, the issue of Europe having problems with the refugees and Islam come up. I’m still quiet. They talk about incidences in Germany, France, etc. All of a sudden one of them asks how come Asia doesn’t have a problem with Islam, to which I said if Muslims pulled any of their stunts and shenanigans in Asia, they’d be dead. The dialogue quickly switched to upcoming music concerts and events.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Hasn’t Japan banned Islam and mosques ? Nobody got upset with them.

      • swanspirit says:

        Thanks for sharing Nerdle

        • nerdle says:

          You’re welcome.

          My first true encounter with Islam was in March or April 2013. My partner went on a business trip to Dubai and I tagged along because I had a break in my schedule.

          I got into trouble there because I inquired about queer life and culture there. I didn’t think too much about it, since wherever I travel I always ask about queer culture in that specific country. Well, apparently someone didn’t like that. You know the joke about the morality police? The UAE actually has that; I didn’t know. I was actually escorted to a station and questioned for a long time. I thought I’m gonna be killed or something, just freaking out. Eventually, I was let go but with a warning to basically watch myself (my gayness).

          The good thing is that I did meet gays while I was there and learned that they have underground clubs/meetings that move around to avoid the police because it is illegal to be gay there.

      • Jadzia says:

        Yep. Here in France I am watching day after day after fucking DAY of our do-nothing government debating about the fee-fees of terrorists who might have their French citizenship taken away. SOMEBODY is going to die for these politicians’ beliefs, and something tells me it ain’t gonna be the politicians.

    • Jadzia says:

      I have an old friend who lives in Berlin whose FB wall was full of “We love the refugees! Welcome to Germany” all damn summer.

      He hasn’t posted in a very long time.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    The Daily Sunny’s funny.

  12. Dora says:


  13. DeniseVB says:

    Isn’t this the office Mothy’s was planning to work at ?

  14. lyn says:

    Swannie posted this on FB. Love it!

  15. westcoaster says:

    OT: Save the Tatas! (I thought I’d never say that) By the way, I didn’t know they bought the Land Rover and the Jaguar…

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