Home Stretch and Open Thread

Finishing line

“You don’t have to win, place or show.
All you have to do is pass the finish line”

We’re finally in the home stretch! After more than a year, we’re just two days away from the big day, when America will have a new POTUS.  Thank the gods.  It’s almost over.

JOIN US TODAY in what might be the final broadcast of The Crawdad Crew. We’re broadcasting live at 3pm Eastern and Noon Pacific.


I’ve had to completely unplug from this whole election season a few weeks ago for a couple of reasons:

  1. I was getting too caught up in the frenzy, and
  2. I didn’t want to cave to the media hype that was causing the frenzy

Now, with election day only a couple of days away, I’m finally immune from the MSM induced hysteria that was driving me up the wall.  All along, I was a single-issue voter.  That issue was healthcare, and I think Donald Trump’s platform addresses that issue far better than Hillary Clinton’s promise to “protect and defend Obamacare and the rest of President Obama’s legacy”.  

Hillary Clinton’s promise to continue the Obama agenda is the deciding factor in this election.  Do you want the same policies that have crippled us as both a nation and individuals to continue? The economy is in the crapper, jobs are nowhere to be found, our national security is at risk, and the Progressive agenda is chipping away at our personal identity in an effort to transform us from a nation of unique individuals working interdependently to improve our society into a collectivist mentality. That would be the end of America, and a big win for the Bush/Clinton machine, where nobody matters except for a Bush or a Clinton.

So tune in to our broadcast, call in and share your voice! This is our last time to rally as a family before election day, and judging from the comments here in the past few weeks it should be a pretty lively and passionate show.

We maybe a little battle weary, but for the most part, we are strong, committed and we don’t back down. Let’s roll!



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222 Responses to Home Stretch and Open Thread

  1. DeniseVB says:

    We.Must.Defeat.Her. Good morning Anthony and Crew !

    • Anthony says:

      Good morning! She sounds particularly Hitler-esque in that vid. Also ❤ the Dean Scream! You better call in later lol

      • lateblum says:

        I’d been hearing that hoarse, harsh, yelling on the radio yesterday. And every time I heard it I thought about just how crazy and desperate and rageful she sounded. And I couldn’t imagine what it must be like to be around her or work for her – or even worse, to live with her. But to have to see her as POTUS and have her on the radio and tv would be just too much. If I could, I’d move to another state just to vote against her. Because here, in Illinois, a vote for Trump – or Anyone But Clinton – is meaningless.

        *I wish I could call in or at least listen. But family birthdays, anniversaries, etc. take over from Oct 30 – January 30. I hope to listen to you guys from the archives tonight. Break a leg – break several. 😉

        • Anthony says:

          I live in NYC, and I could easily say that my vote is meaningless also. New York will surely be a win for the Dem candidate (since its been bought and paid for already), but VOTE ANYWAY, LATEBLUM! I’d rather see a squeaker that causes panic among the Progs than a large margin victory. Your vote will not be wasted.

          • lateblum says:

            Never fear, Anthony….. I voted over a week ago. Even then, I wished my voice would be heard at the top of the ticket.

          • Lulu says:

            I voted in Texas which is like +13 Trump. I voted to “run up the score”. Am I a bad sport? You bet I am. This year ain’t beanbag. And to counter cheating in the cities which the governor and state sec of state is all over and is going to prosecute this time around. Jail and fines for the hooligans against representative democracy.

        • swanspirit says:

          I voted early in deep blue Maryland. The Easter Shore is red, maybe we could turn Maryland purple, if not pink. We do have a Republican governor; OMalley was that bad, so anything can happen!

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            I am not only in deep blue Maryland buy I live glow in the dark blue Montgomery County(and work in neon blue Fairfax in Virginia). Dropped my ballot of on Tuesday. I also took the opportunity to vote against that piece of caca Van Hollen who is one of the DNCs little beasties in training.

  2. Anthony says:

    Looks like Soros, smells like Soros, bet he paid for it…

    • Ann says:

      Some of those people are amazing… It is almost as if it hurts them to compliment Trump. And even when they do give him credit for his response, some of them quickly brought up an old (incorrect) narrative and one said he doesn’t understand policy.

      No wonder I don’t watch television news.

      • Anthony says:

        Their myopia is fascinating. One thing I can give the Clinton News Network credit for is staying on message. Even if that message is a joke to anyone with at least 2 firing brain cells…

    • taw46 says:

      Except for a couple of the comments, they did praise Trump (and the crowd) for how he handled the incident. I am shocked. Of course, they may have a different story this morning, lol.

  3. Ann says:

    No worries! There is still hope Bernie will be on the ballot:


    Mary Chatter started this petition with a single signature, and now has 73,407 supporters.


  4. Venus says:

    • Ann says:

      I saw this on Gab:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Poor little Austyn. Just caught a clip of him whining on NBC….”I was standing there minding my own business when violent Trump supporters started attacking me……” What bullshit, he was rushing the stage, which was in every eyewitness “report” I’ve read so far.

      The rally I attended, security was crawling constantly through the crowd, uniformed and undercover (you can see their wires, hee hee). If any idiot dared to rush the podium, it was nice to know a take down was always a few feet away. A couple of protesters were escorted out by Pat Robertson’s campus security because he enforced his private function/ property rule and they were obviously not invited. Local media reported it as, peaceful protesters not allowed to express their 1st Ammendment rights at Trump rally.

      I think I’m more sick of media at this point than the politicians 😛

    • Lulu says:

      If the loon (look at his eyes) was knocking people over they should file assault charges against him. Give him at the minimum a criminal record.

    • blowme0bama says:

      JUST BTFO! a bunch of #Nevertrumpers with 6 podesta emails that had the guy’s name in them. Took about an hour on twitter but they finally shut up. They were going with the “violent trump” shit, then “he deserves all the bad media”, then it’s “gateway pundit is a fraud”, then linked them to screen shot of the emails mentioning the guy. They STFU!! ROFLMAO!!

  5. Venus says:

    • Lulu says:

      Again, why does this stuff need to be PRINTED? Once it is printed where it winds up in untraceable. Why when electronic documents are used for everything? And where is the SECURE burn bag? When I worked for the feds decades ago all sensitive (not even classified) stuff had a destruction office handled by a person with a security clearance and a lot of training. We had periodic searches of our bags and person when leaving the fed building and we just did domestic in country stuff.

  6. DeniseVB says:

    Connecting the dots…..I honestly didn’t know this.

    • lateblum says:

      I had NO idea Markie M was related to Soros. Is that true?
      Tim would know, right? Wasn’t he good friend with Holly? Wasn’t she the adopted daughter of little Markie’s mom? Or did I get that connection totally wrong?

      • Lulu says:

        Well they did find in Wikileaks old Hill emailing insider info on Greek bonds to Chelsea’s pseudonym for that arranged marriage doofus hedgefunder’s Greek bond fund. He lost every nickel of it too (like a billion dollars) which needs investigation (where did it all go?) since it is hard to loose every damned penny of a bond fund even a rigged hedge fund. So Chelsea and Mark can take turns on the prison terms like the Giudice’s. Financial fraud is the Soros way.

      • Venus says:

        No he’s the son of some other crook politician who got busted for something.
        The wedding was at Soros’ house though

    • Somebody says:

      I’m 95% sure that story about being related to Soros has been debunked.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Snopes debunked it, but nobody’s believing that on the tweet’s comments, lol ! Hell, they’re ALL evil America haters, why not believe they’re all one big happy family.

    • Jadzia says:

      I always thought it was interesting that Chelsea married the kid of the woman who, if I recall the ’90s correctly, basically lost her Congressional seat because she voted in favor of Bill Clinton’s ’93(?) budget. (Maybe it was the deciding vote? I remember it being a SUPER BIG DEAL, with the Republicans basically singing “na na na goodbye” on the floor and whatnot.)

      • Ann says:

        Jadzia! people were asking about you a few days ago. Hope all is well.

      • mothy67 says:

        I have missed you. Jadzia in the morning. Your time zone allows you to post when my insomnia sucks. You provide a distinct accent to the days news that I miss because I am caught up in it. I wish I could buy this whole blog Good Country People. A self described elitist taken down by a simple man. Pre pup I was rather dissolute. Never sexually(maybe a little) but lots of drugs with high end “Harvard” lawyers sitting on Upper West Side rooftops snorting mounds of coke and talking for days. So funny how drugs work for the rich. You go into a bar have a drink and a half ask the right guy if he has a light. He slides you matches go outside fire up and remove the coke from the match pack. Never do you exchange money. That is done before or after. My 6 /7 figure friends with pedigree degrees but lacking heredity busted their asses M-F and snorted blow like mad men on the weekends. They worked 80 hours to go home drink bourbon swallow a pill to wake up and do it again. I met my cast during a blizzard in what was once a true Dive. Rudy’s on Ninth I think between 45th and 46th. Hole in the wall. Was my favorite place on earth before the gays moved in. Imagine a dark smelly place, duct tape everywhere, bartender has no front teeth but constantly applies bright red lipstick. It smells. Jazz fills the air. Hotdogs are free. Snow falls. The bartender is drunk and keeps calling you little darling. You dance with an eighty year old woman that is a lesbian but had tread the boards on Broadway. The Great White Way is an avenue away. During a blizzard you meet power players. Just like you. Coke has never been my thing. Ten years since crud entered my world. One time I was playing poker and someone passed a joint. I took it without thinking. I don’t even like pot. Gee I want to think more. No thanks. I was informed I am above average. I moved for the third time in high school junior year. They were going to let me design my own classes. IQ was 135. Not genius. Not bad. Thanksgiving weekend my physics teacher told me I could not be in his class because they took a different approach and I could never catch up. I walked in on Monday and handed him every assignment for the year from text. Four days I did the entire text. I was 16 a senior worked as a dishwasher at Steak and Ale. The bus schedule took ten minutes longer than walking so I walked along a highway home. I had to look for headlights and run. I was in charge of me. Then one day we had school physicals. The doctor told me I needed to improve my posture. He got behind me and pressed his erection against me. I was 16 . I had my electric blue corduroy levi’s in my hand all the change fell on the floor and echoed. I was terrified. I knew I was gay but did not understand. I heard him through the door tell the nurse I might be a homosexual. School changed. Teachers looked at me with disdain. I was never didactic. I could recall verbal and visual. Loved physics I always thought of science in human terms. Understanding gravity was common sense if you know gravity personally. I missed 89 days of my senior year. Not one person questionned. I was gay. Let’s just push him through. So sad I had a January birthday and started school young then skipped a grade. Not one adult asked what’s the matter here.
        My point is I see things differently because I stand on different ground. You live in France studying law as an American. What do you see. I treasure reading you.

    • mothy67 says:

      I tried to find that association came up empty. I said in a previous post I went to wikipedia. Marc’s page lists only his bio brother and Vu. No mention of his adopted sisters or half siblings. His mothers page only briefly mentions the adoptees. She wrote a book about them. First single woman to adopt alone. Holly died in the spring from cancer. She was stunning. Orphan in Saigon. Half Vietnamese half American Irish. Before I knew her her dad was running for State AG. Holly got arrested buying blow. The ad went Ed M wants to clean up drugs on the street maybe he should start in his own backyard. Ouch.
      Of course a sexually repressed kid from abject poverty who had open heart meets and lives with the child of a GI and a prostitute. Should be a given.
      I did not know not her family well. Marc caught us stealing wine. I cannot say one bad thing about them. They had a driver and a woman that ran the house. Both had kids. Both single moms. House lady was from Vietnam and driver was African American. All the kids went to Friend’s Select. Narbeth is Main Line i’m sure public school was fine but all the kids went to same school. I may not agree with Marjorie on ocare but I knew these people there is nothing soros about them. If by chance there is a sanguine relation. So what. I can attest they are not poison. Perhaps enmashed in the filth that is Washington elite. Ed worked on Watergate. Ties go way back.

  7. Kathy says:

    Last night, after LSU / Ala. game, I heard one anti Trump ad after another. It was unreal..like a loop. Disturbing..

    • blowme0bama says:

      I’m sure a lot of LSU and AL fans were persuaded to vote for HRC.

      • Lulu says:

        Hubby did not like political ads on football games. He said they were placed on the LSU/AL game for the “annoyance” factor.

    • lateblum says:

      Thank G-d I can watch Netflix without those political ads. they are literally making my head hurt.

      • Jadzia says:

        “House of Cards” is the closest thing to political coverage that I am allowing in the house at the moment. : )

        • lateblum says:

          OMG Jadzia. I’ve missed your comments. I hope all is well. Where are you? What are you doing? Please, come back more often so we know how you are. Plus, your comments are always so wonderful.

          • Jadzia says:

            Thanks. I’m still in Tours. Quit my teaching job but I’ve still gotta serve out the year. How are you?

        • lateblum says:

          What are you doing in Tours? Are you lawyering? I’ve been having trouble with my iPad and TCH. Something about WordPress – or my own inability to adapt to the 21st century, interfere with posting comments and responses to responses. I am still recovering from the surgery and there are times when I think it is all well. Then there are days like the last several, when I feel very stiff and achey and wonder if the aging process is getting to me. (in addition to the recovery process, of course.) Were you ever able to come home after your father passed away? I don’t want to get too personal. I just know, from what you posted here during the summer, that it has been a difficult time for you. I hope you are healing. Miss you lots.

          • Jadzia says:

            Funny, I recently got an iPad (thought it would be easier to tote around than the computer) and boy, it’s a pain in the behind.

            What surgery did you have? I feel like I should know this but have forgotten.

            Never did come home after Dad died. Had a front-row (Skype) seat to the tackiest funeral ever, though. Why why why would you have a Catholic funeral for the most atheist atheist who ever atheisted outside of Bill Maher???? Anyway, I figure the best way to deal with grief is to focus on being pissed off at my ridiculous relatives. So although things are not OBJECTIVELY good, I’m feeling better day to day. : )

            Tours was for this teaching job. Which is kind of moot now, but the kids are in school and there’s nowhere else that it makes more sense to be–I mostly handle the brief-writing in the law practice, so there’s no need to be over there.

          • lateblum says:

            Thank you for catching me up. And I don’t know why people do what they do – esp at funerals, but given it is for those of us who are left behind, I suppose it gives comfort to some. I think being pissed off at your relatives is okay if it helps. And that you are doing better day to day is a good thing to hear.
            In my family, we tried to do what our parents might have liked. The only thing the chapel wouldn’t allow for my mother’s memorial was let us play “Take Me Out to the Ballgame”. so we did that at the reception afterwards. Then we took ourselves to a White Sox game immediately following the reception. Did the same for my father, but he was an agnostic more or less, and we just kept it very private as that was who he was. And then we took ourselves to a White Sox game and spread some of his ashes on the original home plate. Good times. 😉
            So happy you are posting. !!

          • Jadzia says:

            I love the take me out to the ball game. For my Dad, who was from Gary, it would’ve been “A Dying Cub Fan’s Last Request” — which I guess we can’t play anymore! Somewhere, Steve Goodman is smiling.

    • Somebody says:

      I know Kathy, I was annoyed as hell, but I think it was a waste of money. I’m sure there are some AL/LSU fans voting dem, but not many. IOW, she didn’t get much bang for the buck.

  8. Dora says:

    This sounds ominous.

    • DandyTIger says:

      So Obama is going to start WWIII.

    • DeniseVB says:

      We really shouldn’t be poking that bear. Obama’s legacy, sigh.

    • lateblum says:

      Q: If true, why would any responsible network or agency broadcast that news?
      A: So Obama can learn about it.
      He only learns about anything when we do by reading it in the papers.
      I hate the media almost as much as bronco bama – maybe more.

      • Lulu says:

        I want Putin to come out and say Obama and his media is “strong like boool” and they have great fear. Then then bust a gut laughing. These people historically survived the Stalingrad siege. They would probably have a big “hurricane” party and call him a pu$$y.

  9. Anthony says:


    One day after US intelligence sources warned that Al-Qaeda may be preparing for potential terrorist attacks in New York, Texas and Virginia, on Saturday the Islamic State called for the “slaughter” of U.S. voters on Election Day and demanded that Muslims not participate in the democratic process because “there is no difference between the Republican and Democratic parties in their “policies against Islam and Muslims.”

    Not only that, but they published a 7 page essay about it that includes a photograph of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, as well as a photo Khizr Khan, the father of a Muslim U.S. soldier killed in combat, holding a copy of the U.S. Constitution during his dramatic speech at the Democratic National Convention.

    So pics of Trump, Khan and Kaine??? Why Kaine and not Hillary? Unless ISIS knows something about the FBI investigation and Hillary’s chances of being convicted that we don’t 😀


  10. Dora says:

    She really is dangerous. I don’t know how she has any support at all.

  11. Dora says:

    Disgusting and worthless man.


    Tim Kaine Cheers End of White Majority in Spanish Address


    • NBD says:

      And, as if on cue, the illegals are voting en masse and could take both NV and FL from Trump.
      If this really happening, we are totally screwed.

      • taw46 says:

        The first half of that article is all doomsday for Trump. But then there is this:

        “Still, there are meaningful reasons to believe many public polls aren’t capturing the Hispanic vote accurately. The national polling of Hispanics is erratic, with some polls suggesting that Trump is holding his own among Latino voters, and others portending a wave of Hispanics looming to defeat Trump and haunt the GOP for elections to come.
        Latinos are much harder to reach than any other racial or ethnic group that makes up a significant share of the electorate, which makes them a challenge for pollsters. And with the landscape flooded by cheaper, lower-quality polls, the risk that pollsters are missing large numbers of Hispanic voters — or that the Latinos they are reaching are not fully representative — is substantial.
        And if Trump’s candidacy leads to a spike in Latino turnout, will the polls capture it? How accurately are the portraying Hispanics and their vote-intentions going into Election Day?
        The current range of the Hispanic vote breakdown in national polls underscores the difficulty in capturing the right mix of Latino voters.”

        But, I still believe they have many illegals voting. Will it be enough to steal the election? Hope not.

  12. DeniseVB says:

    • Lulu says:

      This is his last opportunity to go on another completely unnecessary “adventure” junket on the taxpayer’s dime. Will he ride his bicycle or tool around in an Arctic cat.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Isn’t this where it took logistics months to remove a scientist with breast cancer? Ahhh, Bing searched it. Yes. She died in 2009 😦


      Ok, now WHY are we sending Kerry ?

    • taw46 says:

      I have a friend who works at McMurdo Station, has done so for years. They make the trip down for Antartica’s warmest months (a few stay year round). There is a fairly sizable workforce there from all over the world. I have been amazed following him on FB, at what they do and how beautiful it is there. I bet none of them want him down there, I will check my friend’s FB 😉.

      And yes, no reason for Kerry to go. Just an excuse to make a personal trip on our dime. And oh, by the way, he will see lots and lots of snow and ice, judging by my friend’s photos!

      • DeniseVB says:

        Well, if he goes, at least make him ride the jump seat in a re-supply plane than waste perfectly good travel opportunities for actual necessities 🙂 This could be their good time of year, polar opposite of our weather I think.

        • taw46 says:

          Yes, my friend just went down there a couple of weeks ago. And they do travel in those cargo planes, I am sure Kerry will have to do the same. I just looked at my friend’s FB page. There was sarcasm about the visit. Also commented that Kerry may not be able to make the trip because of the weather. One can only hope.

    • votermom says:

      I’m thinking terrible thoughts. Suffice it to say, I hope his trip teaches him an object lesson in wasting taxpayer money.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I had a thought. Could Kerry be actually worse than Clinton as SoS ? The world is still burning and perfectly nice civilized countries are turning into third world sh*tholes by people who won’t assimilate into their cultures.

  13. mothy67 says:

    After hours of serious reflection I have decided we should put our differences aside and be Stronger Together. Time to accept the individual does not count. Look at Venezuela they are hungry together. Its only fair if one person iz hungry that we all be. I hope she makes opioid addiction mandatory. We CAN all pick our skin Together. I know this will upst the diesel dykes but masculine clothes must be eliminated. We have come to far to let economic opportunity get in the way. Make America flaccid. Hope the sarcasm was obvious.

  14. helenk3 says:

    just a short 2 minute break from politics and cringing at just how screwed up our country is today

  15. lateblum says:

    Gotta go. Family stuff is on tap for today (and the next 3 months). Last night I had great difficulty accessing TCH. The website kept “crashing” and my iPad was constantly reloading the site. I was able to comment only a few times and because I didn’t want to be at my desk all night, I shut it down and watched some of the last season of “Longmire”.
    My question is . . . Did anyone else have trouble staying and commenting here? I’m not on my iPad and will be leaving shortly. But I am curious. Have a great day and a great blogtalk 🙂 ❤

    • Somebody says:

      I had trouble with wordpress sites in general last night, but whatever it was seems to be fixed now. I was using my phone, I didn’t try my desktop so I can’t say if there was a difference there.

    • taw46 says:

      I was on my iPad last night and had the same problem.

  16. votermom says:

    wake up late, sorry

  17. helenk3 says:


    another backtrack FU to America
    cutting border surveillance in half, reinstates catch and release of illegal immigrants
    guess the importing of 1000s of muslim was not going fast enough

    • Somebody says:

      Well if Hillary gets elected there won’t be any border security, so cut in half or not history will see Obama as tough on border security by comparison.

  18. elliesmom says:

    As I was lying awake in the middle of the night, I realized if Hillary wins, I’m not going to believe the vote was legitimate. She can run the board, and I’m going to believe the totals are fraudulent. It explains how complacent she was when she heard the DNC had given her delegates to Obama. The fix for her in 2016 was part of the deal.

    One of the residuals of this election for me is a re-calibration of the common sense of a lot of my friends. It will stick with me long past this election. I can’t believe one of them posted how Trump’s civil case over Trump University should disqualify him from the race, but Hillary’s being under investigation for mishandling classified information is just a “distraction”. I’d shake my head over it, but I’m afraid my head would fall off. I already have an adult case of Shaken Baby Syndrome.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I wake up to two different scenarios on Nov 9 …

      Hillary wins, oh sh*t, a mandate of 4 more years of Obama, and THE Obamas. Bill, FBI investigations, and nothing gets done.

      Trump wins, YaY! #MAGA ! But like the dog who catches the car, now what do we do? 😉

      • elliesmom says:

        One of my young friends is doing a college internship at the EPA. The folks she works with are sure their jobs are in jeopardy if Trump wins. She’s hoping for a job there after graduation. She got very indignant when I asked her if that was behind her blind support for Hillary. But I think they’re right. If Trump gets elected, we start to drain the swamp. There are a lot of departments in the government under the control of the executive branch. While Trump can’t increase their budgets, he’s not legally obligated to spend all of the money allotted to them. He can’t easily fire people with civil service protection, but he doesn’t need to replace them if they leave. Some of those folks who say they’ll leave if he wins just might. Some will retire. Trump can also overturn anything that’s being done by one of Obama’s executive orders. Trump is used to hiring (and firing) people. I expect he’d staff up pretty quickly and be ready to roll on day one.

        • Lulu says:

          I expect to see major civil service reform by Trump and a Republican congress. The feds used to have RIF’s (reduction in force layoffs) all the time in agencies when they didn’t need the staff anymore. Now that never happens. It is a job for life even if the work isn’t there while another agency with huge needs goes begging for staff. It has to change. Paying people with no work is stupid and wasteful.

          • DeniseVB says:

            A friend’s daughter is working at the DHS and assigned Central American countries. What’s funny, she has a masters in Japanese and other Asian countries languages. We, the people, taught her to speak Spanish in intensive language classes. We have a dumb government 😀

          • 49erDweet says:

            A bunch of fed agencies are poorly placed to effectively do their job. One thing T can do big time is relocate units and reallocate missions, which means a lot of people transferring, sometimes far away, which also means a certain number of them will resign rather than move. Win-win.

        • 1539days says:

          If you think the establishment was after Trump during the election, wait until he tries to take their money. He’ll need a food taster.

        • Venus says:

          He says he will downsize via attrition in most cases, not drastic “you’re fired” throughout.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Usually all a President has to do is recomment a 10% decrease in budgets all across the board, that can help clear out some of superfluous expenses and deadwood employees who won’t be sipping champagne in Vegas bathtubs anymore. 😉

      • Lulu says:

        If Trump is elected we are going to have to build new fed prisons. I think they should be trailer houses in a barbed wire pen down on the border so the Hillary-ite felons can hear the gunfire of the coming border cartel war. No Club Meds. Hot, boring, and dangerous.

      • taw46 says:

        I have no worries about what Trump will do if he wins. He has some good people on his team that want the same things we want. Just on immigration, look at Sen. Sessions. We start. It won’t be easy and it won’t happen in a day.

      • Somebody says:

        If Trump wins it will restore my faith in America. Yes, we have a lot of issues we need to work on, but as a nation it will mean the majority of us do want to put America first, we want law and order, we believe nobody should be above the law, we do want our borders secure and a whole lot of other things. There will be many battles, we’ll have to fight both parties and we may not accomplish it all, but we can start to right the ship.

        If Hillary wins, especially if she wins while under FBI investigation……well then to me that signals our nation is lost. The fabric of our nation is no more and we’re headed to 3rd world status. It will also signal to me we’ve passed a tipping point and our population is truly dumbed down and far too easily persuaded by the MSM and Hollywood. If Hillary wins there will never be another Republican POTUS and it won’t be too many years before we have a permanent one party democrat majority in Congress. At that point we’ll basically be a banana republic.

        As for believing whether the election is legitimate or not, at that point what difference will it make?

      • foxyladi14 says:

        We roll up our sleeves and get to work, Fixing this mess!!! 😀

    • lyn says:

      Obama brought Chicago corruption to D.C. Hillary will put the bow on it.

  19. votermom says:

    Mothy, I’m scared about Pennsylvania.
    Do you have a red shirt yet?

  20. mothy67 says:

    I stopped in liquor store to buy my mom margaritas for tuesday. I am doing Yuengling and Jim Beam. Big line as Steelers are playing. State stores control booze in PAm total scam for every 750 ml there is a 5 dollar state charge. Say I buy a 5 dollar bottle of wine. It is 10 with state charge then they charge me sales tax on tax. Insane.
    Anyhow I said I forgot champagne. Line was too long. I said I wanted it for Trump win. Woman/cashier was easily 70 plus. She said she was getting drunk on Tuesday too and she hates hillary. MAGA.

  21. Dora says:

  22. helenk3 says:

    don’t worry be happy, the maid has everything under control


  23. helenk3 says:


    well one thing I know the crawdad hole radio show will NOT be asking john podesta what we should talk about

  24. blowme0bama says:

    Latinos don’t like that “spirit cooking” apparently – HRC support amonst Hispanics bombs out after Thursday = LA Times Daybreak poll – http://graphics.latimes.com/usc-presidential-poll-dashboard/

  25. blowme0bama says:

    Latinos apparently aren’t real keen on the “spirit cooking” = HRC support amongst Hispanics in latest LA Times Daybreak poll bombs after Thusday’s Wikileak bomb – http://graphics.latimes.com/usc-presidential-poll-dashboard/

  26. Is this a sign? Someone I shall call “Ardee” hasn’t posted anything in three days.

  27. Dora says:

  28. blowme0bama says:

    Latinos don’t like “spirit cooking” – Latest LA TIMES Daybreak – HRC BOMBING amongst “Hispanics” since Thursday -http://graphics.latimes.com/usc-presidential-poll-dashboard/

  29. blowme0bama says:


    HRC bombs with Hispanics since “spirit cooking” revelation.

  30. Somebody says:

    Breaking news, Comey sent another letter to Congress, Chavetz just tweeted something out. Comey says they haven’t changed their mind regarding their July conclusion on Clinton. He infers they’ve reviewed all the material sent or received by Clinton on the new device.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Comey’s getting on my last nerve. So are the right wing blogs going “this is it, this is it” since July. Guys, we have a corrupt media, government and Supreme Court (looking at you John Roberts). A Hillary WIN Tuesday night will prove it.

  31. blowme0bama says:

    Sorry for the multiple posts – weren’t showing up for some reason.

  32. votermom says:

    Trumps new ad is playing during Eagles -Giants game

  33. DeniseVB says:

    The blogcast was fabulous, you all did super. The hosts! The Callers ! Bravo !! Can we have one Wednesday night? Maybe by then I learn how to log on 😀

    • taw46 says:

      I lost the blogcast about half way in to it. Enjoyed what I heard. And I am never able to get into the Chat Room, although I can see it.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I just asked Anthony a bunch of dumb questions below. I couldn’t get in the chat room either, but read every word ! 😉

      • If you guys are using ghostery, that’s probably why. Pause it. If not, try using chrome.

        • taw46 says:

          No, I just got a new desktop, so right now I am using Microsoft Edge (haven’t decided on a browser yet). Everytime you have a blogcast, I can hear it and see Chat. Just can’t get in the room.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          OK – I had not thought of ghostery. It lets me play back after the fact – but live it keeps cutting off and I tried different browsers and wires versus wireless.

    • Venus says:

      Personally I prefer a weeknight like a Wednesday but schedule is up to Anthony — his work gives him an unusual schedule weekday nights (no, he isn’t a street walker). LOL

      • Anthony says:

        Wednesday night is great. I’ll trade off my usual street corner with the whore down the block

        • DeniseVB says:

          Great ! And may I ask some dumb questions about logging in…

          Heard the blogcast right away so I thought I was logged in?
          Saw the chat room, but couldn’t chat, didn’t see me in the list, but assumed I was guest## at the top.

          Couldn’t find a log-in in my notepad, so maybe I never registered?

          Tried to register, FB wants my comments to go to my “friends” ?

          Tried the register by email, but Blog Radio wanted my email address, for God knows what?

          How did all the chat room make it look so easy? I feel so dumb 😛 I must say, that was the fastest two hours I’ve spent in my life, what fun to listen.

          Was the lady from North Carolina a TCHer? She sure sounded like one of us!!! Loved her. Loved ALL the Crew and the callers! Thank YOU Anthony ❤

          • taw46 says:

            Back in 2008, I had no problems getting into the Chat Room (I still had my login from then). So, I am logged in, but unable to get in Room, although I can see it. Anyone know why?

          • Ann says:

            Log in with twitter. It works easily (just authorize the app, you can go to your twitter account afterward and delete it), and you aren’t tweeting your comments out (unlike the stupid facebook feature).

          • lateblum says:

            Ann, I tried using twitter, too. I got nowhere. I’ll try that again if there’s a radio thing on Wednesday. I found it much easier to use in 2008. I couldn’t find my login from then, though.

          • elliesmom says:

            Denise, I created a gmail account for elliesmom and used that to create a Blog Talk Radio account. It doesn’t have any real information. If someone wants to track down Ellie, they’re welcome to try. 😉

          • DeniseVB says:

            I may try the twitter log-in next show, since both TCH and Twitter handles are the same.

          • taw46 says:

            Thanks, Ann. I will try the Twitter account next time.

          • taw46 says:

            So elliesmom, once you log in on Blog Talk, you are able to go right into Chat Room? Because I can’t do that with my account.

    • lateblum says:

      I can’t tell you what I had to do to log in. I still don’t know. But my connection kept dropping and then i’d lose the audio even when the connection was there.
      It WAS fun, though. I hope we can do it again.

  34. taw46 says:

    I love him, lol.

  35. Anthony says:

    Thank you all – all the callers, listeners and people in chat. It was a GREAT show to host! Time flew by! TTYL XOXOXO

  36. Venus says:

    That was fun! Thanks everyone for calling in. It was so good to hear your voices.
    Stay calm & vote for Trump.
    (Buy guns)

  37. Anthony says:

    Bill Clinton: “Never felt sorrier for anybody than Melania Trump because she’s married to a man who abuses women”



    • Somebody says:

      More peak stupid, Clinton has some nerve……but, there are those that will eat up what he has to say, because he’s a democrat, peak stupid indeed.

  38. lateblum says:

    Just saw this

  39. Dora says:

  40. DandyTIger says:

    Great show. Got to listen to a bit. Couldn’t call in this time. Was in mixed and questionable company. Though they’d probably call me the questionable company. Wednesday sounds great. Vote Trump!!

  41. helenk3 says:

    does anyone know if Hillary wins, will Wednesday be Disconnect Day? When the rest of the country disconnects from DC.
    just wondering

    • elliesmom says:

      I expect to sleep through most of Wednesday. I already told them not to expect me at book club. Maybe it will be all over as soon as the polls close, but I don’t expect the networks to call if for Trump until they have to.

  42. Venus says:

    Must see (from the reddit kids):

  43. Dora says:

    ‘We’ve got our hands on all of them!’ Congressman says Republican lawmakers have their own set of Anthony Weiner’s 650,000 emails


  44. helenk3 says:

    weeble comey to hillary’s rescue

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