Here We Go Again

This is so predictable:

Donald Trump accuses Bill Clinton of rape

The allegations raised against Donald Trump in a recent New York Times article are nothing compared to the Clintons’ history, the presumptive Republican nominee said in an interview with Fox News’ “Hannity” aired Wednesday night.

“For example, I looked at The New York Times. Are they going to interview Juanita Broaddrick? Are they going to interview Paula Jones? Are they going to interview Kathleen Willey?” Hannity asked Trump, according to a transcript of the show. “In one case, it’s about exposure. In another case, it’s about groping and fondling and touching against a woman’s will.”

Trump replied, “And rape.”

“And rape,” Hannity repeated.

“And big settlements, massive settlements,” Trump added. “And lots of other things. And impeachment for lying.”

“Smearing,” Hannity said. Trump then mentioned Bill Clinton being disbarred for five years in Arkansas. “You know, he lost his law license, OK? He couldn’t practice law. And you don’t read about this on Clinton,” he said.

Of the three women Hannity mentioned, Jones accused Bill Clinton of exposing himself to her at a Little Rock, Arkansas, hotel in 1991, while Willey has accused Clinton of groping her in 1993.

Broaddrick, who was known as Jane Doe No. 5 during the Paula Jones trial before coming forward, alleged in 1999 that Clinton had sexually assaulted and raped her in 1978. In 1999, Clinton’s lawyer, David Kendall, called Broaddrick’s allegations “absolutely false.”

Broaddrick, speaking to Breitbart News in an article published earlier Wednesday, said the Times should devote its energy to investigating claims of sexual assault against Bill Clinton.

Both Bill and Hillary Clinton have refused to comment on the issue during the campaign, though Trump has previously hinted that he would go after the former president’s history with women.

Remember when the Benghazi story hit the news, and Mitt Romney made a statement blaming the terrorist attack on White House incompetence? Remember how the media immediately attacked Romney for “politicizing” the issue?

It turned out that Romney was right and the White House was lying to us. Yet somehow that was Romney’s fault.

Here’s another one:

Before Authorities Announce Cause of Plane Crash, Trump Tweets ‘Terrorist Attack’

Search and rescue teams are searching the Mediterranean near a Greek Island for an EgyptAir flight that crashed shortly after taking off from Paris, France. There were 66 people on board, including 3 children. Authorities believe the plane has crashed, but they have not said exactly what happened or if the crash was terrorism related.

The Egyptian military said they did not receive any kind of distress signal. Greek authorities say the plane made abrupt turns before vanishing and dropping 22,000 feet. While terrorism is certainly a possibility, there has been no confirmation. That didn’t stop presidential candidate Donald Trump from taking to twitter.

Some pundits have already criticized Trump for not offering his condolences but instead declaring terrorism before receiving any confirmation. Egyptian authorities have also warned people not to jump to conclusions about what happened.

It is common knowledge that when planes suddenly fall out of the sky there is usually foul play involved. Accidents take place during take-offs and landings. Terrorism happens in mid-flight. Especially in that part of the world.

So Donald Trump said what pretty much everybody was thinking. For that he must be punished, because we aren’t allowed to say what we think anymore. We might offend somebody.

Fucking idiots.

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  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

  2. foxyladi14 says:

    We are getting anti Trump, Ads here in Ohio. 🙂

  3. DeniseVB says:

    My husband agrees, there’s a 9 in 10 chance, with what we know now, it was terrorism. Go Trump! At least DJT’s injected a different angle for the “expert” pearl clutchers to discuss on the newsies.

    Totally agree about Romney choking on Benghazi. I don’t think Trump would have. It was a horrible imcompetence of the O administration …. and Hillary.

    • leslie says:

      It was criminal and from what I’ve read/heard, it feels it was intentional. Certainly the lies told following the attack were intentional. I will never forgive nor forget Benghazi.

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • jeffhas says:

      This was the line of response Cruz used. At the time I thought it was the most effective of the strategies… But it still didn’t work. People still have to find a reason to vote FOR you, not just against the other person.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I keep trying to tell my “friends and family” on FB, tell me something positive about Hillary or Bernie, and stop making me like Trump more with your idiotic posts, especially from the uber biased Occupy Democrats. 😉

        • 1539days says:

          It’s also not effective to tell people who haven’t warmed to Trump that they have no choice but to vote for him because Hillary is Hitler or something.

  5. DeniseVB says:


  6. DeniseVB says:

    I sure do !

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  8. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      I didn’t know WoPo did comedy.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Me either. Of course men want a woman who will stand by them through “all their infidelties”. Sigh, feminism. From the article ….

        “When you place her with him, it reminds them that she stood by Bill Clinton through his infidelities,” Carroll said. “She stuck it out. She forgave him. That’s what most men would want the women in their lives to do.”

    • CiscoKid says:

      RE: Republican men liking Hillary… not even with a gun to my head.

  9. Dora says:

  10. votermom says:

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Gowdy still Treysplaining his committee on FB. (What did I start? LOL !) Can’t he get these dudes on obstruction of justice?

    • leslie says:

      My guess is if he really wanted to do something, he would find a way. He is just as much a part of the Uni-party ID’d by Somebody earlier this morning.
      (I’ll admit to bias. I think HRC is getting a very large bonus for stepping out of the picture in 2008 and accepting the SOS spot.)

      • DeniseVB says:

        Oh yes, Somebody was right. It’s as though she set Trey’s FB on fire this morning. Great timing with his rants, huh?

        • leslie says:

          Very interesting timing. I hope that Somebody did set this off.

          • Somebody says:

            Haha, nope I’m not on facebook. I’m sure there are plenty of people that are on facebook that feel the same way we do.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Somebody – here’s the top comment over there right now with almost 1100 likes, you are right, we’re not alone …

            “isn’t that felony, obstruction of justice?? File the friggin suit and impeachment proceedings?! What’s the problem?”

  12. mothy67 says:

    Reading a few posts on facebook leaves me to believe liberals are chronically niave. They willfully ignore I guess its not niavete. Three people blamed Trumps “hate speech” for the plane. Huh? Feelings hurt so you down a plane. Three children on board. Same people I watch with their kids. Like they are following a script. Children crave boundaries. They want recognition and rules. People have been raising children for thousands of years without drugging them and most people are not nuts. Its okay to let them cry. Baby wanted snapchat. I said no.end of the world. Too damn bad. I watch these 9 year olds running households. They can’t cope in school. They give into avoid conflict. They would do the same with terrorists and then posture that they are more evolved. Your 9 year old is on drugs, can’t function in school and sent a dick picture. He distributed child porn. Time to assert some authority

    • Jadzia says:

      I absolutely do not understand “parents” who allow the inmates to run the asylum. I mean, I already feel like I am living in some kind of a mental institution half the time–why make it worse?

      • Jadzia says:

        That said, I see that kind of thing not really very often over here. Last summer, though, when I visited London with one of my older children, I was SHOCKED at the way some of the English kids behaved. Public tantrums? Yelling at parents? Whining whining whining whining whining? If my kid had done that, he would have found himself on the very next Eurostar back to France because no matter where you are, you can’t be afraid to tell the kid you know what? You’re done here.

        • swanspirit says:

          I have pulled off the highway, to tell my children if they didn’t behave, we were turning around and going home, instead of wherever it was we we were going. You have to do it, and you have to do it young enough to be effective.

          • Myiq2xu™ says:

            I was driving east from Denver with my two sons in the car and I told them we were traveling the same route the settlers came in covered wagons. Then I told them the dads were saying “If you kids don’t knock it off I’m turning this wagon around right now!”

          • Jadzia says:

            And you have to follow through!!! I’ve found that if you follow through ONCE, you never have to do it again.

      • mothy67 says:

        My wealthy friends are the worst. One friend did the caT scan, allergy test, gluten. Kids a bedwetter on ridalin. They walk on eggshells around him. He is special. No he needs to see you care enough to limit him. Last week he threw a laptop. 2000 dollar machine in a fit. I understand some kids have real issues, but they are not the norm. They are always reading pop psych books. Little fuckers are resilient. Go to your room is not child abuse. Telling you they act the same way about terrorists. Placate. They see a man who would down a plane as misunderstood. We have to look at what drove him. How about no. Shove your John Lennon song up your ass. My friend took great offense that I pretend not to remember my brat’s name. I call her whatever pops in my head. Hulga, Gretchen. I tell her its because I forgot her name. She sees the humor. Kid knows I cherish her. Other thing they don’t let their kids compete except fucking soccer. Soccer is lame.

  13. Jadzia says:

    I want to get off the Internet and stop watching the news because for some reason, I can’t stop crying about this particular plane crash, probably because X didn’t hit the “off” button on the TV fast enough when they started to talk about the kids on board. But I am obsessed with this story about the airport employee who tried to rush a family through because they were about to miss that flight. From the way the story goes (5 kids), it sounds like they DID miss the flight. I pray that they missed the flight. But I want to know for sure.

    • mothy67 says:

      The kids on board was what hit me as well. I’m kinda numb to stories but my thoughts and imagination with a freaking baby. I can compartmentalize adults but a child is a punch in the gut. I’ m glad Donald was blunt. We are not morons. The gravity is legitimate. Enough with the PC noise. It has to be said. The White House and media will not. Hell they’ll blame the crusades.

      • Jadzia says:

        That’s why I always turn off the TV when these kinds of stories come on. I really can’t handle hearing about the kids.

    • WMCB says:

      I’m sure this whole thing is painful for those in France right now. 😦

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      I thought of you when I first saw this last night when a notification popped up while I was reading with Paris in the headline noting the plane had vanished off radar. I had just seen the article earlier that one of those young girls was rescued from Boko Harum so children in such situations were already on my mind. I decided I really did not want to know details at the hour.

      • Jadzia says:

        Yeah, I’m doing some self-censorship. I cannot get numb to these stories, especially as they involve kids. Which is probably a good thing, but it’s hard.

  14. Jadzia says:

    That particular Trump tweet really rubbed me the wrong way (as usual), even though I agree with him (as usual). Maybe I should read it out loud in a plummy British accent. Yeah, it probably was terrorism. Almost certainly. But we don’t always need to say the first thing that comes to our minds the second it pops in there: would a “thoughts and prayers” tweet 10 seconds before what ended up sounding like an “I told you so!” tweet really have been so difficult?

    • Ann says:

      I didn’t read it like that. I read it more as a “you’re not sweeping this under the rug with PC bullshit” kinda tweet.

      • Jadzia says:

        I guess I could see it as both “I told you so” AND “don’t sweep this under the rug,” but yeah, it still bugged me. I don’t usually get emotional about news stories, but this one is somehow different for inexplicable reasons.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I hear ya. US media has been carefully parsing their politically correct words with carefully chosen experts with breathless “what could have possibly happened?” Then Boom Smash Trump tweets what we’re all thinking. He has a knack for that and I do understand how that would strike a certain nerve with people. I’m sad too for another senseless loss of innocent lives.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    New Rule: Don’t turn your back on teh kittahs 😉

  16. leslie says:


    • leslie says:

      I am greatly saddened by this. I always looked forward to his stories on 60 Minutes.
      Last Sunday,CBS aired a retrospective of his life and his work . It was a wonderful tribute to him.
      Morley Safer, RIP

    • DeniseVB says:

      😦 He just announced his retirement too. R.I.P. Morley

  17. CiscoKid says:

    Today’s stupid shit from the Bo-ho everythings racist, if I say so.
    From today’s Limbaugh show.
    The trees in the National Park Service are racist because they remind blacks of lynching, that’s why blacks are in low attendance at said parks.
    Now, not the trees anywhere else in the good ‘ol USA, just the NPS.
    Who could say something so STUPID? Some Ass’t to the Under-Ass’t, or some other mindless government bureaucrat.
    Bourbon anyone? Thanks, neat with ice water side.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Well it seems the whole world suspects terrorism for the downed Egypt airliner, except the White House not wanting to rush to judgment. Typical.

      • leslie says:

        Hollande also mentioned terrorism this morning. Before others did – at least on my tv.
        I heard about it last night as I was getting ready for bed. So this morning I purposely chose to not listen to much about it – especially after learning there were children aboard. It really does feel like a “punch in the gut” as mothy said earlier.
        Yes, we mustn’t “rush to judgment” and we might consider changing the name of the White House at the same time. /s/

    • taw46 says:

      How did I miss this? Racist trees. I didn’t know it was a thing, until I read your comment.

      “These days she’s a diversity advisor to the U.S. National Parks Advisory Board. What wasn’t good enough for UC Berkeley is good enough for national parks. She is also the author of Black Faces, White Spaces. In it she claims that “oppression and violence against black people in forests and other green spaces can translate into contemporary understandings that constrain African-American environmental understandings.”

      Finney cites the work of Joy DeGruy Leary who invented a Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome that she claims black people suffer from. Affected by PTSS, black people experience “fear and mistrust of forests and other green spaces.” According to Finney, the tree is a racist symbol to black people.”

      • leslie says:


      • Jadzia says:

        How interesting. I wonder if she is aware of the Texas Freedom Colonies? They were in the woods, and their story is absolutely fascinating. This is one of those irritating articles where you can only see the abstract, but it talks about the settlements being in the backwoods ( Also, there’s a FB group centered around gathering the history of those settlements, it’s called the Texas Freedom Colonies Project. I spent my summers in Texas as a kid, my dad has lived there for 40 years, and I never heard about this history until really recently, so I’m kind of obsessed.

      • CiscoKid says:

        Thank you taw46 for the research.
        A diversity advisor?
        This is what colleges produce now.
        Where are the engineer’s, biologists, physicists, astronomers, etc.
        Professions that actually contribute .
        I know, they go back to China, India or anywhere but here & good for them.

        • taw46 says:

          And as you said, it is only the trees in the National Parks. As the article indicates, a way to divert money from the Parks to the inner cities. Since they would never go to the Parks, have to take that money away, dontcha know. The article also says Mexicans are afraid of the uniforms the Park Service employees wear, because it is too much like the Border Patrol. So of course, they won’t visit either.

      • WMCB says:

        Oh good lord. The whole “black ppl don’t do parks/camping” is nothing more than the fact that VAST majority of freed slaves migrated to major urban areas, and so they developed a very urban culture.

        The ones who stayed in rural areas are some of the best damn hunters and trackers and fishermen you ever met in your life. They ain’t afraid of trees, FFS. Get out.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Helen !!!!! Hi !

    • Somebody says:

      Everybody should watch the video Helen posted above, it will piss you off. If this happens in Georgia it happens everywhere and probably worse in some areas. The very idea that the police are going to throw this reporter out of the hotel when he is a paid guest is utter bullshit. As an aside, it’s good to see some actual reporting kudos!

  18. WMCB says:

    Paglia has put up another sizzling article that ought to be entitled “Y’all are all crazy, everybody get real.” God bless that fearless woman.

  19. mothy67 says:

    I get the need to say”prayers” but how about never again.

  20. WMCB says:

    I see a lot of the nevertrumpers spouting both these views simultaneously. Idiocy.

  21. Dora says:

    • Jadzia says:

      Ugh. I must admit that I don’t know much about how law enforcement/military intelligence determine if a given group’s claim of responsibility for this type of thing is true or not.

    • Jadzia says:

      The other thing (and I didn’t really know where to put this comment, so here it is) that I’m seeing is a bunch of news coverage (UK mostly) about how ISIS threatened us yesterday(?) etc. etc. But it seems like ISIS is constantly threatening France and the UK and the US and pretty much everybody else who doesn’t want to live in the 7th century, so it just seems weird to point to one particular day’s threat (as opposed to the threat the day before and the day before that) and go a-ha, we’ve solved the crime, let’s go back to business as usual, folks.

  22. Jadzia says:

    For those of us who need a bit of levity, I give you the BEST NIMBY STORY EVER, suburban Chicago edition. I urge you to read the comments:

    • leslie says:

      Oh, Jadzia! This was priceless. I receive email from them daily. I must not have been on their email list at that time. This one was hysterical.
      But wait. There’s more.
      A 1%er is trying to build a home on a long and narrow lot adjacent to one of the fugliest homes I’ve ever countenanced on a very private gated block of 1%ers in southeast Evanston. The lot’s eastern edge is the lake, on the west is the street. The ugly house has never been occupied (AFAIK) and looks like a combination of 18th century Mediterranean and mid-18th century Egyptian styles. There were guessing games during the years it was being built, that an extremely elderly man had met and married a beautiful young woman who wanted nothing from him but a divorce settlement that included said ugly house. No one really knows who the original owner was, because the house sat idle, empty and unfinished for more than a year. When it was finally purchased, it was remodeled by the new owners. It remained UGLY. Here is today’s rendition of the story…
      I must say, Building anything in Evanston is a real task and not for the faint of heart.
      BTW: Regarding the property mentioned in your link, a hotel was built and finally opened just this week. (3+ years and many concerned citizens and protectors of the city culture later).

      • Jadzia says:

        The picture at the top of the first story is pretty hilarious, too. That guy looks TOTALLY sane and balanced. That said, I wouldn’t be sad if the builders got hit by a hailstorm off the lake. I hate people who use their Special Snowflakes as an excuse to act like little piggies.

    • votermom says:

      The first thread of comments had me dying.

    • WMCB says:

      Oh good grief. I had visions of professors hollering “HOLD MY BEER” and backflipping off balconies in their skivvies.

      • Jadzia says:

        They must have found out that that’s how I teach negligence law. (“You see, kids, if an American says to you “Hold my beer and watch this, he’s probably about to do something negligent.”)

  23. Myiq2xu™ says:

  24. Dora says:

    Let the countdown begin.

  25. Dora says:

    I can’t believe it was 22 years ago!

  26. Venus says:

    Here we go again — but this time there’s a candidate who isn’t going to roll over and take it so he can lose like a gentlemen.
    Trump may lose –never underestimate the Free Shit Army & voter fraud — but he’s not going down with a vicious fight.
    Hillary can’t even handle friendly media like George Stephenapolis or Andy Cooper without saying something stupid (put all miners out of work), and so she’s hiding out. Trump will literally go on any show that asks him and pop them in the mouth if they try to attack him. The media can’t ignore him because they need the red meat for ratings — so it will once again be wall to wall Trump controlling the narrative.

  27. WMCB says:

    • Jadzia says:

      I think they both have “likeability” issues with different parts of the electorate. Although I don’t believe the BS in that NY Times article about Trump & women, you all know that he sets my teeth on edge. Furthermore, I have read enough stories about Hillary’s “cackle” and so on to understand that even though her style/manner of speaking doesn’t bug me personally, many other people feel differently about that.

      And it occurs to me that perhaps this is not a BAD thing, to have two frontrunners with “likability” issues. Wouldn’t we be better off choosing leaders based on their policies instead of who we’d like to have a beer with? I mean, we TRIED that approach and it didn’t go so well. So maybe it’s good that some of us (me included) will be forced to look past the superficial stuff.

      • WMCB says:

        This election is going to come down to a) practicalities and b) distrust of the same old political machines (of which Hillary is a longtime part.)

        • DeniseVB says:

          “If I had to choose between the lesser of two evils, I’ll pick the one I haven’t tried yet.”
          ~Mae West

          Though I don’t think Trump is evil 🙂

  28. helenk3 says:

    Short poem you won’t forget

    Do you recall the President referring to the Benghazi incident as “a bump in the road?”
    Today I heard an ex-Navy Seal being interviewed on Fox News regarding a book he has written about how to handle crisis situations in our lives.
    At the end of the interview he asked if he could make a comment on Benghazi and, of course, the anchor said “yes.” He then thanked Fox News for keeping the Benghazi story in the news, since other news organizations are not.
    He said the Seals who died deserve the public knowing the truth about the whole affair.

    The poem was written by an anonymous Marine Corps officer:


    We’re the battling boys of Benghazi, No fame, no glory, no paparazzi.
    Just a fiery death in a blazing hell, defending our country we loved so well.
    It wasn’t our job, but we answered the call, Fought to the Consulate and scaled the wall.
    We pulled twenty countrymen from the jaws of fate, led them to safety and stood at the gate.
    Just the two of us and foes by the score, but we stood fast to bar the door.
    Three calls for reinforcement, but all were denied, so we fought and we fought and we fought ’til we died.
    We gave our all for our Uncle Sam, but Barack and Hillary didn’t give a damn.
    Just two dead Seals who carried the load, No thanks to us…we were just “Bumps in the Road”.

    So, will this reach every American with a computer?

    Or do we act like the press and give a pass to the people who literally sat there in the White House and watched the Seals’ execution on live streaming video and did absolutely nothing?

    “What difference does it make?”

    And she wants to be the next President!

    • CiscoKid says:

      I’m going to try and make sense.
      I think that during the course of our lives we get into some tight spots, life and death. But we know that help is on the way, someone will reach out to help, even if it’s a phone call. All of us have a conscience, or, should, to do the right thing.
      I think of those poor souls who believed that they wouldn’t be abandoned. Training taught them, sit tight, we’re on the way.
      I can’t begin to think of their final thoughts when they realized, no help was coming. Surrender was not an option.
      They didn’t fail. The failure was on Obama and Clinton.
      They let people die…needlessly.
      Then compounded it by lying.
      I’m done.

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  32. swanspirit says:

    Here we go again is right. And these hypocrites make me weary I swear.
    Hollande and others say the disappearance of the Egypt Air flight might be terrorism, no problem. Trump says it, YUUUGE problem. Everyone is thinking it might be terrorism, of course, but how dare Donald say it out loud!!!
    Andrea Mitchell on MSNBullshit says people are horribly offended at Trump’s xenophobia and Islamophobia. More offended than losing an airplane full of innocent travelers evidently, from the amount of “umbrage” she was taking. Goddess these people are just sickening and toxic, besides being obviously delusional .
    The last couple days I just reached a saturation point for BS. Belated congrats on catching that fake appointment BTW, Klown. Your BS meter is on point!

  33. Myiq2xu™ says:

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  36. Myiq2xu™ says:

    I sense . . . butthurt.

  37. WMCB says:

    I am about fed up with all this “erasing all gender differences” BS. It’s fucking anti-woman. It is. It is going to DISADVANTAGE us, bigtime.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Progressives are in a never ending cycle of pushing some other victim group above women. Slavery was ended while women had little rights and were mostly property, and only got the vote (and additional rights) 50 years later. Civil rights for blacks was pushed ahead of equal rights for women. In ’08 a black president was historical whereas a woman president wasn’t. Gay rights and marriage were recently won, still above equal rights for women. And now, with the trans movement, women are again finding themselves pushed out. Liberalism/Progressivism is anti woman.

      • WMCB says:

        The movie stuff (which prompted this tweet) is making me crazy. Make ghostbusters female! Make Bond female! Make Indiana Jones female!

        No, how about we write some roles FOR WOMEN, instead of plugging a vagina into male roles! It’s infuriating. Women are glorious, all on their own – not just when they camp out on some man’s territory. It’s fucking DISempowering, and these idiots can’t see it.

  38. WMCB says:

    Ppl on Twitter saying Webb actually endorsed just now on MSNBC. Was anyone watching?

  39. Myiq2xu™ says:

  40. WMCB says:

    Another great parody account – this time of Obama’s press secretary.

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