Thank You, Nancy Pelosi!

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169 Responses to Thank You, Nancy Pelosi!

  1. DandyTIger says:

    Never thought Nancy P would be my new favorite person. Thanks Nancy. Please stay in leadership. Same to crying Chuck.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Oh, absolutely!
      And Dem’s, please, please have Kamla Harris run for POTUS in 2020.

  2. DeniseVB says:

    From the guy who beat Majority Leader Eric Cantor in a PRIMARY! (I think Dandy’s rep?).

    • CiscoKid says:

      It is sad, but put a little heavy cream in a chilled metal bowl, stick it on the old KitchenAid mixer and you have something soooo much fresher and much better tasting than any 💩 that comes out of a can.

  3. taw46 says:

    No freedom of speech in the UK.

  4. gram krakka says:

    “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor” liar Bronco Bama has come out of retirement to proclaim that we are all guna die if the Rebublicans repeal & replace Obamacare.

    • gram krakka says:

      My fingers are too old and arthritic for an iPhone screen. Republicans. I gotta get back out and finish mowing.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Oh STFU Obama! If you required Congress be covered by Obamacare it would have never passed !

      • I couldn’t even believe the gall of him taking about USA political divide to set the tone. He fucking widened that divide so much. Grrrr.

        • CiscoKid says:

          Only the fawning media and Barry’s minions listen to or care what he says.
          Let him sit regally on the trash bin of his so called “legacy” as President Trump dismantles it one turd at a time.
          Next up, ObamaCare.

  5. taw46 says:

  6. Dora says:

    What is he up to?


    EXCLUSIVE – James Comey visits The New York Times as President Trump admits he did NOT record their conversations and questions what else ousted FBI director leaked to the press

  7. taw46 says:

    Lots of photos of the picnic on twitter.

  8. helenk3 says:

    when the video becomes available it is a must see. On tucker tonight a woman was testifying to congress about the treatment of women under sharia law. The dem “feminists” asked no questions and dismissed their testimony. one was kamala harris who has no problem with questions about the russian story.

  9. Dora says:

    • CiscoKid says:

      Oh the sweet smell of desperation.
      If I were on twitter I’d send to keep her on.
      That would insure Trump winning in 2020.

    • lizzy says:

      Her despicable lies on O Care give her zero credibility.

  10. They kill babies.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Take a close look at photo # 3 & #5.
      So beautiful to see a FLOTUS smiling w/ her child and not like the former one who always looked like she was sucking on lemons.
      These are candid shots, nothing staged as you can clearly see they were taken thru some small bushes.

      • The First Daughter outshined FLOTUS, and that’s not easy.

        • votermom says:

          Remember when Mooch was photographed wearing some horrid falling off the shoulder blouse in Italy?
          I wonder if Ivanka thinks – lets show people how that kind of thing is worn. LOL
          Jared is one lucky guy.

          • lateblum says:

            Well, I don’t think the dress Ivanka is wearing is much of an improvement. No, it is an improvement, but it looks like it’s gonna fall off any moment while she is playing with the little ones. I really like her and her style. I think this time she just made a mistake.

          • Ann says:

            Yeah, I didn’t care for Ivanka’s dress this time either. Saying that, even in something I don’t care for, she still looks great!

        • DeniseVB says:

          Remember all the fuss about Michelle’s “arms” (or her “guns”) ? She looked like a damn linebacker! The Trump ladies show how it’s done. Toned, yet feminine, upper arms and the proper dresses to show them off 🙂

    • DeniseVB says:

      Love the ones of Spicer bringing a box of beer and wine to the media, he looks so natural carrying it 😀

  11. AFVet says:

    What if Mueller is filling his team with Obama/Hillary loyalists just to keep the investigation from touching them?

  12. AFVet says:

    • CiscoKid says:

      Oh please let the 💩 hit the 🚡. Best I could do, couldn’t find a fan.
      Now the real collusion, perjury and obstruction of justice will come to light.
      Or it will really start.

    • CiscoKid says:

      Damn good news if he does.
      Now that “Special Counsel Probe “Team Obama” For Obstruction and the muh Russia continues, Trump will add another Supreme Court Justice.

    • DeniseVB says:

      I don’t think anyone wants to see Roe repealed, keep abortion safe, legal, rare and banned after 20 weeks. PP is a giant Dem money laundering machine. That 700k + they donated to Ossoff would have gone far providing actual healthcare to poor people in that district.

      • CiscoKid says:

        Took a quick snooze.
        But yes.
        I had neutral feelings about abortion.
        Between a woman, her conscience and Doctor.
        That was until Gosnell and the selling of aborted children for profit.
        That pushed me over the line.
        But it must be kept safe.
        Any body remember Alfie?

        • DeniseVB says:

          I remember “Love with the Proper Stranger” (Natalie Wood, Steve McQueen) which took us to the underbelly of back alley butchers. Long before Roe v. Wade. Never want to go back to that darkness.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        I agree Denise. ❤

    • lateblum says:

      He’s just stirring the pot. Roe won’t be repealed. There’s no reason for him to say that except to keep the lofo peeps riled up.

  13. DandyTIger says:

    So fun to watch all these Dems heads explode over Trump, healthcare, etc. And you know, every time a Dem head explodes, and angel gets its wings.

  14. Venus says:

  15. Jadzia says:

    It’s no longer 85 degrees in the shade!!!! PTL!!!!! Ananda and I actually went out for a run this morning. I could have done without the tripping over her when she freaked out about who the hell knows what, but it’s a start.

  16. Dora says:

    My sister-in-law sent me this disturbing article about Nancy Pelosi’s home town. . It’s from 2015, but that doesn’t matter. It’s got to be much worse now. If there weren’t pictures included in the article, I wouldn’t have believed it.


    San Francisco goes down the toilet. Public health hazard!

    San Francisco, the leftwing City by the Bay that’s ever so tolerant about the homeless, estimated to number 10,000, has a huge problem with people urinating and defecating in public, as attested to by the images below.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Didn’t NYC decriminalize public urination because it was a strain on the NYPD to enforce? Oh how I remember the smell in the subway stations on hot, muggy days, made my eyes water.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Certain Metro stations in DC are like that at the entrances and exits at ground level – Metro Center is a prime example. However, they do manage to patrol the actual stations rather well.

  17. Dora says:

    WOW! TEXAS MAN Pays For AWESOME Billboard Slamming ABC Over Fake Russia-Trump News Coverage

  18. Dora says:

    New Yorkers will recognize him.

  19. DeniseVB says:

    My first and last visit to Disney World was the early 90’s. That’s about as often as I want to go 😀

    • elliesmom says:

      Thanks to their grandparents, both of my kids got to go, but I’ve never been. I’m waiting for the other grandparents to take the grandkids.

      • DeniseVB says:

        When standing on line is 45 minutes to an hour longer than the ride/attraction, there’s a lot of wasted hours for a meh experience. My kids were more into the whiplash rides of Busch Gardens and King’s Dominion……

      • lyn says:

        I’ve never been to either one.

      • Constance says:

        You can make reservations on the most popular rides now at Disney parks. I love all things Disney. But Disneyland is much better than Disney World.

        • Somebody says:

          Do what?? You can fit Disneyland in the parking lot of Epcot, it’s smaller than the MK parking lots. Disney World has 4 theme parks, disney quest, 3 water parks and a lot of smaller attractions and activities. Downtown Disney in Florida is easily 3 times the size of the one in CA, probably closer to 4 times. There are too many resorts to mention ranging from economy to 5 star. You could literally spend a couple of weeks at WDW resort and not do the same thing a single day, Disneyland not so much.

          Disneyland definitely holds the nostalgia of being the original, but it doesn’t have nearly as much to offer as Disneyworld. I’ve been an annual passholder to WDW for more years than I care to recount. A couple of years ago when I visited my sister in CA, she insisted we go to Disney, something I really wasn’t interested in doing since I can go to WDW whenever I want. I was surprised at how small it is, although I’m sure real estate around them is a premium so expansion would be very expensive.

    • taw46 says:

      I was living in Daytona Beach when Disney opened in Orlando. It was fun back then (and cheap). We would go over around 5 pm and stay until it closed around midnight. It wasn’t crowded back then, and all the families had left for the day. It is miserable now. The last time I visited was probably 15 years ago. There is no “downtime”, it is busy all year.

      Universal is fun (for Harry Potter), if you go in September. There are NO crowds.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Orlando has certainly boomed since Disney opened, I remember the traffic being horrible. Fortunately we had a shuttle bus from the hotel and there were designated bus lanes and I do remember passing miles and miles of car traffic at a standstill.

        I always thought if I went back, I’d stay at one of the luxury hotels inside the park and monorail my way around. Probably the best deals are during hurricane season 😉

      • Ann says:

        We went to Disney the first 4 years it opened, and it was wonderful (stayed in the Contemporary wings for $28/night). Went again in the 80s and once in 2000.

        Hubby had a conference at the Blue Dolphin a few years ago, and when I found out he had never been to Disney, I told him we were going on a 1-day pass (just the “Magic Kingdom”). Since we were only on a 1-day pass we were able to avoid the finger “imagining” thing as you walk in. That was a good thing, otherwise Hubby would have turned right around.

        Now since I had been a number of times before I knew how to get there when the park opened, and then what rides to rush to. The “no” wait-in-line appointment thing also helped.

        Hubby was doing very well for a while. Then, suddenly at around 1 pm he stops in the middle of Liberty Square, looks around, looks at me, and says,“What are all these damn kids doing here!?”

        Ooops. Time to go.

        I’ll give my son’s children a check one Christmas to have “mommy and daddy take them to Disney” (assuming he ever has kids). No way am I going back.

      • Constance says:

        Absolutely love Universal and Harry Potter world. Best park ever! Although Cedar Point in Sandusky Ohio is also Amazing. It is on lake Erie and Cedar Point hotel has the best beach I have ever been to. Yes CA FL and Hawaii have great beaches but they are all crowded and the beach on Lake Erie was empty and had endless white sand.

        • Somebody says:

          My husband has always wanted to go to Cedar Point and another one is it Kings Dominion or something like that?? He loves roller coasters and I detest them. He instigated a rule back in the mid-90’s, if he paid for the family to go to an amusement park then we each had to ride a coaster with him because he was sick and tired of riding them alone. We only went to a couple of parks besides Disney since he implemented his rule and each time we fought over riding the kiddie coaster, LMAO!

          • elliesmom says:

            Six Flags New England is a coaster park. They have a physics day, and you get to take equipment to measure G forces and other cool stuff. We always took the high school physics classes. One year they held it on the day they introduced the Superman coaster. Nothing like a geek day on the coasters.

  20. votermom says:

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  22. Dora says:

    .Dem Arrested After Threatening to Murder GOP Congressman’s Wife

    Just one of those “spontaneous” things that happen sometimes.

    • taw46 says:

      There are 108 court vacancies. What are Grassley and the Senate waiting for, get them confirmed now. Don’t drag it out, mid-terms will be here before you know it.

  23. helenk3 says:

    something the dems should remember

  24. helenk3 says:

    these women should be remembered

    • CiscoKid says:

      Sadly I’ve never heard nor read of these courageous lady’s.
      Women in the military we know about, but civilians just about never.
      Beautiful story.
      Im sure that the men whose lives they touched will never forget.

  25. elliesmom says:

    My parents, neither of them teetotalers, taught us when you get drunk (or high, but that was before their time), you have voluntarily surrendered your life for the next few hours to the people in proximity to you. So if you’re going to do it, be sure you’re in a very trusted environment. They gave that advice to their sons and daughter equally. It was very, very good advice.
    I got into a heated discussion yesterday about whether a drunken woman can give consent to have sex. My folks would say if she is sober enough to say “no”, then she has not given consent. If she’s too drunk or especially got so drunk she can’t remember what she said, then she gave the right to consent away to the people around her. It’s harsh, and not a legal definition by any means. But a woman having “control over her own body” means remaining sober enough to be in control.
    It came up over a police department being unwilling to arrest a guy because a woman said he raped her. Her memories of the evening were fuzzy at best, but she “knew she wouldn’t have had sex with him on purpose”. My son was falsely accused of rape. Not a “he said, she said”. It was a “she said, but he was miles away at the time” thing. But the agony he went through has made me very skeptical of young women and rape accusations. When a case comes up about a drunk woman believing she was raped, I always get accused of victim-blaming. But you know what? I do believe she needs to take responsibility.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Personal responsibility comes to mind. Drinking and casual sex has become much too acceptable, I could never just blame one side. Young women need to be taught, if you are rape-raped (thanks Whoopi) go directly to the ER who will call the police who will start a criminal investigation.

      • elliesmom says:

        When I started college in 1969, I was going into the lion’s den as a young woman. The college president invited the first coeds over to his house for dinner. After, he sat us all down for a serious talk. There were a lot of people on campus who wanted the integration of women to fail. A major sex/rape scandal would be a quick way to do that. We lived in the guys’ dorm. There were no rules about who could go where. There was a blind-eye toward underage drinking on campus. But the college had spent millions of dollars on places to hangout with friends. He suggested we might want to make good use of them. He hoped we’d meet nice young men. He hoped some of us would marry them as he had married his college sweetheart. We should be able to sort out the nice young men because they would understand how much was at stake and meet us at the places the college had provided for us. With all of the money colleges have spent since then on student centers and recreational facilities, college students not interested in drinking and having casual sex have even more options. Getting drunk and having sex in your dorm room is an active choice. I’m not putting it down as a choice – women just don’t get to be coy about having made the choice.

      • helenk3 says:

        in today’s world personal responsibility is so yesterday.
        I can do what I want and not be responsible for the outcome

    • lateblum says:

      Not the same thing, but an example of “he said, he said”…
      My son went through something quite similar and the agony that accompanied it was life-changing. Or, it was for him. He was in a state, west of Illinois and was accused of an assault with a deadly weapon in a town south and east of Chicago. He was arrested on Christmas Eve while stopped at a light on his way to a Christmas dinner. I was in church at Mass when my phone rang and I left to bail him out of the local jail. Despite having several witnesses who placed him hundreds of miles away from the scene of the crime, his case went to trial in that small town hours away. The thugs who id’d him – from a series of online (photo) drivers’ licenses were, we think, members of a gang who weren’t willing to actually name their attackers. It wasn’t until the very last day of testimony that the truth came out. Well, A truth came out — the license plate of the car they reported was a temporary one and the color/year of the car was different as well. So, before it went to a jury, the charges were dropped. But it took nearly a year of our lives and changed my son from a cheerful, hopeful young man into a cynical and angry person for several years.

  26. helenk3 says:

    this story is strange.
    they were not in open sea, why would the freighter be on auto pilot?
    how the hell can you not know when you hit another ship?

    • lateblum says:

      I remember when I was so proud to have a woman leading the House majority. I thought she was decent a smart and able. That was when I was a brainwashed democrat. I am no longer the same person. Neither is she.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Me too. Nancy has become the “Alex Forrest” of politics, instead of boiling bunnies, she throws Republicans into her giant cauldron. She won’t go away or be ignored either 😉

  27. DandyTIger says:

    Here’s a fun game. When Dems finally give up the ghost of Russian collusion/obstruction crazy, never let them live it down. No matter what they say or complain about or accuse for many years to come, always come back with, you mean like the Russians are coming. Or maybe the Russians really did it. 🙂

  28. helenk3 says:

    Isn’t this treason?? The Rosenbergs were executed for something like this

    maybe we should really investigate government contractors

  29. Anthony says:

    Is Dominik Tarczyński the Polish version of President Trump? He totally CRUSHES a BBC reporter on why Poland is flipping the bird to the EU on accepting Syrian Jihadists migrants. “How many terrorist attacks have you had in London this year?”

  30. taw46 says:

    I saw this over at Conservative Treehouse. – an Egyptian TV personality.

  31. taw46 says:

    Fool – the church will become a mosque. Europe doesn’t have the political will to stop any of this.

  32. Dora says:

    Things are so confusing lately, that at times I’m not sure if what I’m reading is a joke or not. Like this for instance….

    Bill Cosby Plans U.S. Speaking Tour On How To Avoid Sex Assault Accusations

    He’s the expert.

  33. taw46 says:

  34. Dora says:

    Drudge is doing a poll.

    Go vote for our president.

  35. helenk3 says:

    holder sent thousands of guns to Mexico. Murder rate in Mexico is mind blowing any connection?
    holder wants to run for president of the USA. how twisted is that?
    how far down the rabbit hole this country has gone

  36. helenk3 says:

    would it be legal for the amusement part make anyone who wants to ignore the safety rules sign something that excuses the park from responsibility for their safety?

    • DeniseVB says:

      Oh FFS, of course CAIR is involved. The newest coasters (every year they get higher, faster and loopier). The list of warnings is quite clear (the health warnings at *your own risk* alone are scarier than the ride! I used to joke, well just passed my annual physical.) No sunglasses, hats or other loose items allowed….an attendant would place them in a cubby across the track you can pick up on your way out. I’ve never worn a hijab, but the G-force and the wind alone could perhaps loosen and let it fly off? Get stuck on the track for the next train to derail?

      Assimilate or get off my ride!

  37. helenk3 says:

    do you wonder how many people overall in the world have paying jobs just listening to other countries governments then their own day after day?

  38. Dora says:

    Oh my.


    MSNBC’s Chris Matthews Asks Dem Sen. Cory Booker For A Private, Off Camera Dinner…

  39. helenk3 says:

    both the two legged and the four legged

  40. DeniseVB says:

    I always *liked* Putin more than Obama, definitely not a pajama boy 😀

    • CiscoKid says:

      I remember when Vice-President Pence gave a speech at one of his rally’s it was poring rain, the crowd had been waiting some hours.
      Pence stood there with them, no rain coat, umbrella or hat.

  41. DeniseVB says:

    Good news…..

  42. CiscoKid says:

    Oh what a beautiful morning!
    President is running w/ great and good combined 90 % over at drudge

  43. DeniseVB says:

    First time I’ve ever seen one of these *live* (USMC Osprey). From the angle it flew near my neighborhood, I thought it was a GIANT ATTACK drone !

  44. Dora says:

    It is about time!


    Senate announces probe of Loretta Lynch behavior in 2016 election

    • CiscoKid says:

      This day just keeps getting better!

    • lateblum says:

      It’s a start . . . well I hope it’s a start. and afterwards, I so hope they work backwards from Loretta. Otherwise, she’ll be the scapegoat for all the “irregularities” of the bronco bama thuggish years.
      You know Loretta will be loath to turn on bronco, but he’d turn on her and Holder, and Comey, and Clinton, et al without missing a beat.

  45. Dora says:


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