When Cult Leaders Go Wrong…


I planned on penning an open letter to Mr. Obama after his weekend rants, but my ardor has cooled.  The fact that he’s out there lying so obviously about his lack of accomplishment is good enough for me.   The elephant in the room is that rather than campaigning for Democrat Socialist candidates, he once again made this all about himself.  I can, however, forgive him for that because after his reign of terror, the DNC coffers are empty, the Democrat Socialist party is fractured, and most importantly, there is no clear leader of the Democrat Socialist party.

Listening to him bloviate about how our robust economy is really the result of his presidency, I could see he actually believes that.  That ‘believing where facts tell you not to’ stance is becoming more and more apparent among Democrat Socialists.  It seems that whatever you want to believe is reality now, and here’s proof:


I had fully expected President Trump to strike back in his usual fashion, but instead, he characterized Obama’s speech as being more effective than Ambien, so that tells me something is up…..  I wouldn’t be surprised if President Trump declassifies all of the FISA documents that are currently deemed classified, naming names all the way up to the top of the rotting totem pole Democrat Socialists are hanging their hats on.   I’m willing to wait and see, because lately, my patience seems to have become endless.


All of that said, there’s nothing else to do except wait for the mid terms and vote against every Democrat Socialist on the ballot, even if it means I have to vote for Cuomo and wish I was dead after I leave my polling precinct.  I might have to chop my hands off in shame, but I’m willing to do it.  Granted, self-amputation (unlike self-deportation) can result in a permanent loss, but I’m willing to take that risk.

Until then, I will spend my time playing the latest wish fulfillment board game.  With both hands.  While I still have them.


Sorry I had to phone this one in, but I’m too sickened by today’s news items to think of something profound to share.  Enjoy the pretty pictures, and have a great day!

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220 Responses to When Cult Leaders Go Wrong…

  1. votermom says:

    If you phoned this in you musta ysed a smart phone.
    Love th e memes!

  2. DeniseVB says:

    Love that cross-stitch ! I think the Dems are getting dangerously close to their Jim Jones moment, who convinced 900 people to commit mass suicide by drinking the kool aid. On a related note, just read that Booker has sent his campaign team to Iowa. Giggle. Snort.

    • lateblum says:

      Not only has he sent them to Iowa, he has increased their numbers. Maybe Spartacus will be crucified with his men on the road to DesMoines.

    • Anthony says:

      I hear Oprah will be endorsing him

      • elliesmom says:

        How is Oprah going to choose between Booker and Harris? When it came to choose in 2008, her black identity took precedence over her woman identity. The scales should be weighted toward Harris, but with Oprah who knows?

        • Anthony says:

          Booker is prettier than Harris. Oprah is superficial enough to fall for the prettier face.

          • foxyladi14 says:

            Every time!
            Woot keyboard working for awhile. (D)

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            And Kamel is not really black is she? I mean pretender Barry was, for some reason, considered ok but that was against old really white guys and Hilly. So Not-Spartacus is considered black black and Kamel is just black when it is advantageous? We are going to need a new legend for the ever changing SJW scorecards.

    • Constance says:

      I hope the Dems Jim Jones moment is near. I’m sick of their crap.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Really. How do you get 900 people to move to Guyana to kill themselves? That’s some powerful kool aid. Oh wait, the Hillbots and Obots would probably do it because anything is better than living in Trump’s America. 😛

  3. Dora says:

    Great post Anthony!

    Please don’t ever wish you were dead. We are New Yorkers. We don’t give up.

    We got through one Cuomo and by God, we will get through this one too.

    Hang in there. 🙂

    • DeniseVB says:

      Some polls are showing Molinaro only 3 points behind Cuomo. Nixon is way down with the rest of the Dem challengers hovering around 1-5 %. The Tappan Zee bridge failure was due to Cuomo rushing that job to get his photo op. If I were a “normal” NY Dem right now, I’d certainly be thinking about walking away.

      • Anthony says:

        A lot of us Manhattanites walked away, but you’d never know it by the coverage it (doesn’t) get…

        I met with those two guys from the Upper East Side a few weeks ago after a couple of exchanges on my WalkAway post – told them how surprised I was to find so many Trump supporters in my neighborhood (Upper West Side), and they said the same was true across town.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Hopefully the threat of another Cuomo term will drive more conservative voters to the polls, sitting home will only re-elect him. I follow the New York City Republicans on FB, I get some good info there. I follow a lot of local NYC media, nope, you just don’t get any coverage of GOP. (Still can’t figure out why I was banned at Gothamist?)

      • elliesmom says:

        The Tappan Zee bridge failure reminded me of several trips across it with my mother-in-law. If she was alone in the car, she used to pull over and a state trooper would drive her car across the bridge for her. It’s apparently a service they provide for the bridge phobic. When I was with her, she always made sure I was driving during that part of the trip. She’d say, “This bridge is going to fall down, and if I’m alive to see it, you’re all going to have to listen to a giant I told you so”. She’d unbuckle her seatbelt and hold on to the door handle for dear life with her eyes closed until we were safely across.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Mom would have hated the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel, it’s 23 miles long, but they do have professional drivers on each side to drive you across. 🙂


          • Mt.Laurel says:

            The structure is rather fascinating as it looks as if the road disappears right before your eyes. Having crossed it numerous times I can say it is not for those who fear: water/waves, heights, closed in spaces, dark spaces, bridges, or tunnels. And for parts of the span you cannot see land even when it is clear. It is often closed for fog or winds and you can start out on what seems to be a clear day and —- surprise!

            They even have their own website for weather closures and other restrictions:(this would have been soooooooo handy when I lived there and had to run public hearings on the Eastern Shore):


          • DeniseVB says:

            It’s so sad when a tractor trailer goes over the guard rails, which has been happening way too much recently.

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            I always preferred to stay behind trucks and keep my distance. Many of those driving even SUVs you can see having a hard time handing with just with mild winds.

    • Ann says:

      Yeah, no way I’m voting for Cuomo in the general. I did see a Cuomo campaign ad during the football game yesterday. I was shocked – to say the least. I’m wondering how close those Molinaro/Cuomo polls really are!?

      • Anthony says:

        I’ve been trying to find a poll, but can’t. Nowhere to be found. If I did see something reliable that shows Molinaro within striking distance, I’ll definitely vote for him. But Manhattan’s ‘Free Shit Army’ is pretty large, so my focus is to keep Nixon as far away as possible.

        • Ann says:

          If she runs third party, won’t that split the D vote giving Molinaro a chance to win?

          • Anthony says:

            It should, but the GOP is spending ZERO on Molinaro. No name recognition. Also, after the last election, I’m convinced the New York vote is more than a little fixed

        • DeniseVB says:

          Some old news came up that he was well behind because Republicans never heard of him? Should have saved that link, he was favorable upstate, which is about 1/10th the population of NYC. Dutchess County? sticks in my mind for some reason.

          • Anthony says:

            Now that I see how far behind Miranda is in the polls, I’m voting for Molinaro

          • DeniseVB says:

            I should have stayed in Lake Placid, I could be running for governor now 😛

          • Ann says:

            “Upstate” (ie everything out of the 5 boroughs) has 3M+ more people than NYC. If “upstate” got their act together and voted as one, NYC, Buffalo, Rochester, and Albany couldn’t outvote the rest of the state. But, LI, Westchester, etc would have to get out of the “metro NYC” mindset and look to vote with rural NYS. I doubt it will ever happen.

            Yes, Marc Molinaro is the Dutchess County Executive (population 300K).

          • DeniseVB says:

            I lived in Lake Placid for 6 months, LOVED IT, because they were more rednecky fun than here in Virginia. But probably more libertarian right in that Leave Us Alone sort of way. It’s a shame that upstate is letting the NYC and burbs dictate their government.

  4. lateblum says:

    “Listening to him bloviate about how our robust economy is really the result of his presidency, I could see he actually believes that. That ‘believing where facts tell you not to’ stance is becoming more and more apparent among Democrat Socialists. It seems that whatever you want to believe is reality now . . .”

    He’s not the only one who believes that. My financial advisor and many others in that industry also believe that the “upturn started during the obama administration”. I’ve heard it repeatedly. It’s as if the idea that PDJT really could have a positive effect on the economy is just too much for those people who are smarter and more intuitive than everyone else. Sad and very irritating.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      Obama is correct, but only because the economy bottomed out during his reign and had nowhere to go but up. Fracking (which he opposes) caused an oil boom which was basically all the good news during the Interregnum of the False Profit.

      The economy was rising slowly, like the body of a drowning victim as it begins to decay and the internal organs fill with gas. Then Trump won the election and the economy took off like a scared jackrabbit the very next day. It continued to improve during the transition, which of course Obama claims credit for.

      • lateblum says:

        It’s a good explanation. I still say those I know in the finance industry couldn’t give
        Trump credit for doing something positive if their lives depended on it. But the next time I hear that meme, I gonna say, “Where else was it supposed to go after Bush and Obama did so much damage?”

        • Constance says:

          Well take comfort in the fact that most devout Democrats missed out on the big stock jump of around 43% since Trump won the election because they “knew” Trump would send the markets in to decline and chaos. At this point, after the huge run up, do they get in or not? It’s pretty funny. The markets are up so much they are correcting the interest rate from 0 where it was for Obama’s terms to something more normal.

      • lyn says:

        I think Surber wrote that business were waiting to be free from Obama’s regulations. Trump gave them that.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    If you follow any liberal/prog blogs, this pretty much sums them up….

  6. swanspirit says:

    The Obama meme is great. His narcissist personality disorder didn’t stop when he left office, did it?All that pathological lying just keeps on flowing. It’s amazing to me, that someone that obviously disturbed ever became president.

  7. DeniseVB says:

    This is coming here, I just know it. It is possible to just order a sandwich without ham or bacon, but it can’t even be IN the store? F**kers need to assimilate to the bacon culture or go the hell home.

  8. lateblum says:

    LOVE the photo of bronco, the leader of the cult.

  9. DeniseVB says:

    Has Geller ever been wrong? I’ve followed her for years, always fascinating insights into the downfall of liberalism as we knew it.

  10. Venus E. Lee says:

    You phoning it in is better than most people’s full.on effort. Xoxo

  11. Cisco says:

    “Sorry I had to phone this one in, but I’m too sickened by today’s news item…”
    When I get sick of the propaganda arm of the Democrat party aka, msm, I put a brown paper bag over my mouth.
    Then I drink all the bourbon inside.
    It seems to help.
    Now where did I steal that quote from?🤔

  12. DeniseVB says:

    More truth….

  13. Myiq2xu™ says:

    You have to read between the lines of this story to see that it is a big nothingburger. Papadoopeedo lied to the FBI for no reason. He should have told them the truth because he hadn’t done anything illegal, nor had Trump or Sessions. ABC does a good job of making nothing sound like something.

    Every story like this one should have a disclosure notice reminding people that George Stephanopoulos went straight from the Clinton White House to working at ABC.

    • Anthony says:

      Two weeks in the slammer doesn’t make a collusion-worthy crime. Dumbass Papadumbfuck was inflating his own (lack of) importance as a campaign operative. Nothing more, nothing less.

      I saw his wife on Tucker a few weeks ago – a real hottie, and fiercely loyal. And truthful. She said (in so many words) that he was a slave to his ego and shouldn’t be incarcerated for it.

  14. Cisco says:

    Oh my!
    I think I just had a attack of urinary incontinence 😳
    Scathingly brilliant. Thanks Carmen

  15. DeniseVB says:

    How desperate are the Dems? When a headline reads “Michael Moore takes David Hogg on a Field Trip…..” then hilarity ensues when they muck up their speeches.


    Also, maybe illegal to ask Canadians to vote and donate to American candidates?

  16. DeniseVB says:

    Well, crap.

    Survival kicking in, off to buy a year’s worth of toilet paper and wine. These kind of predictions always turns our grocery stores’ into Venezuela’s. Don’t laugh Dandy, I see your name on this storm too 😀

    Miranda, Swannie, stay high and dry ❤

    • elliesmom says:

      You need one of those skylights that turns into a balcony. If you have to wait for a rescue from the roof, you’d have a nice view. https://homes.nine.com.au/2017/11/30/09/39/this-window-turns-into-a-balcony-velux

    • taw46 says:

      I am hoping and praying this will turn to open ocean, but I fear that window may have closed. I will be thinking of all of you here, as well as the many family and friends I have in NC and SC. If you are near the ocean, please leave!

      Today is the one year anniversary of Cat 4 Irma making landfall in the Keys. So many people still without homes, or repairing their homes. Many still fighting with their insurance companies (our neighbors being one). Our repairs/upgrades were only completed about a month ago. And we still need to have inside of house painted. I don’t wish this on anyone. But it is more important to be safe, so leave if they say evacuate! Don’t wait to go until the last minute like we did, much too stressful!

      • dm says:

        I feel for everyone on the coast. We will all be feeling some impact. Just returned from my son’s brand new home just outside Charleston. They are in freak mode, understandably. Two years ago they bailed and came up north to our house. Can’t go north this time, son doesn’t want to leave at all. Besides the worry of leaving the house vulnerable to looting, they have 2 cats and a dog – not always easy transporting/relocating the pets.

        • taw46 says:

          I know, we had two dogs and a cat to travel with, luckily we went to a friend’s house on the east coast of FL. We still had 100 mi winds, but it beat staying in the Keys, lol. This is also panic time for everyone, can’t find hotels that will accept pets or they’re booked. And gas gets scarce, and the roads are packed. Chaos. My BIL was the same, didn’t want to leave the house. When they said Cat 5, he changed his mind. Hope all works out ok for your son.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Last catastrophic storm threat we had was Gloria. She flew off the African cost and made a beeline to Norfolk, a day out she was still a FIVE. We boarded and duct taped up our windows, invited the family next door to stay with us ( her hubby was on one of the ships that had to get the hell out of the harbor ahead of the storm, WTF Navy?) Made a camp downstairs, in case the roof flew off, her big stinky sheepdogs started peeing and sh*tting all over our house, asked her to put them back in her house, she got huffy and left with the dogs and her kids. Lost a BFF that day. Gloria decided to swing north at the last minute, we survived. I hope this is like that 🙂

        Meet Gloria, 1985


        • taw46 says:

          That is a funny story about the dogs. Yep, that is why I hate the hurricanes, they can do anything right before landfall. Lose strength, gain strength. Hit you, or change course. So stressful. Keep hoping this one will turn!

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          If I had known you were there, I would have waved!🌊🌊🌊

          I was holding out in my apartment but a coworker asked me stay with her as she had a baby and a mother-in-law in full panic mode and a mother getting ready to panic. Her husband was on one of the ships sent out to sea and the grandmas were visiting with the new baby. So we had a baby, my cat, her dog and her very anxious mother-in-law and mother. We went through a lot of wine. It was in the early days of the Weather Channel.

    • DandyTIger says:

      I’m prepping the basement as we speak. Luckily the plane gets pulled into a hanger in big storms. We’ll see how many trees get downed in the yard.

      • taw46 says:

        That’s the worry for my family inland, their houses are surrounded with big trees.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Pleasure boats are being put into those stacked storage units inland right now. Sadly, those are usually the first to blow over in a major storm. Our inland waterfront friends have lifts off their piers. Usually the second to go under catastrophic wind conditions. Us? Our pontoon boat is tied to our pier and bulkhead. We already saved money not investing in the first two options. Stay safe Dandy!

        • taw46 says:

          All the boats on lifts were removed by everyone on our canal. Except for one. A couple who stayed here for Irma watched that boat blow off the lift and down the canal.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Our boat is insured, just hoping it doesn’t fly off in a gust to take a family out across the lake. I miss the good ole days when we just worried about deflating a fun island and jamming it under our deck.

    • swanspirit says:

      I am getting ready, already. Stay safe, dry and high, 😎 if you can, East Coasters!

    • Miranda says:

      Thanks. If I didn’t have the animals, I’d be getting mr.mir, my Aunt, and myself on a plane to Vegas on Wednesday. No power losses at Aria, and if I get worried about the house, that’s what all those free screwdrivers are for!

    • lateblum says:

      Please everyone, stay safe. The news I just heard isn’t great so if you have somewhere to go, you might want to leave now. My family ngers are crossed for everyone.

  17. Anthony says:

    And the memes keep rolling in…

    • DandyTIger says:

      I hear Muslim groups are writing a book about their solution and support for LGBTQ. It’s called “Marks on the Sidewalk”.

      • Anthony says:

        Chapter One: “Courage Means Leaving Your Own Indelible Mark”

        Chapter Two: “Spread Your Wings and Fly!”

        (I’ve got more, but I’m late for a client…)

    • DeniseVB says:

      ROTFLMAOPIMP. At my age, those last 4 letters aren’t such a laughable matter 😛 You should post that at the *New* WalkAway Discussion Group, it’s where I’m herding cats for the march. Most want to go, but don’t know how to get to DC. 😀

  18. Dora says:

    I’ll post this here so that you can all see what’s going around, but I don’t believe it. I just don’t.


    The Vice-President Is the Treasonous Author of the NYT Op-ed

    “He was totally for the TPP. He is my modern day version of LBJ..” Pence was for Obamacare.. Now we know that Pence actually created a PAC to run for President in 2020. What has Pence been promised? This is the leaker of the Op-ed for the NYT. Somebody should ask Pence what goes on in certain tunnels below certain farms in Indiana.


    • dm says:

      I’ve always been a little wary of Pence. Publicly, he does a fabulous job of having his boss’ back…maybe it’s just because I don’t trust any of them.

    • Anthony says:

      I’m kinda lukewarm about Pence, but I don’t believe it. There’s too many buzz phrases in the essay from too many different people’s lexicons.

      Know who else used the word “Lodestar” a lot? John “Who’s Your Deady?” McCain. Its more plausible for me to believe it was part of his exit package of venomous bullshit than to believe it came from Pence. Just my opinion.

      • dm says:

        I’m not sure anything would really shock me. Your McCain theory certainly rings true. As Ace said “an insufferable prick to the end”.

      • DandyTIger says:

        A McCain ally lower level never Trumper does seem likely. And perhaps someone who actually coordinated with McCain staff efforts to attack Trump is also quite plausible.

        • Constance says:

          And probably relatively low level. It’s not anonymous as the NYT knows who the author is. It is unnamed. To me that means it is getting more attention unnamed than signed because the author is a peon.

    • DandyTIger says:

      “Now we know[…]” yeah, no you don’t. That’s some interesting mind reading skills they have there. Pence would have nothing to gain and everything to lose, so I’d bet heavily that it isn’t him. Franky you’d have to be kind of stupid to do this thinking you wouldn’t be found out within weeks or less. So I’m thinking a more low level zealous anti-trump GOP’er who’s a bit nuts and delusional.

  19. foxyladi14 says:

    Please be safe!

  20. elliesmom says:

    I wasn’t living in RI the last time Wheldon Shithouse ran for his senate seat, but my RI friends and neighbors say he’s doing a lot more campaigning this time. We get some kind of mail from him every other day, and he has ads running on the RI and SE MA TV stations as well as USA, TNT, and other cable stations. His major competition (not sealed until the primary this week) couldn’t get more than 15 or so comments on his FB page, but since Shithouse was one of the (D) senators questioning Kavanaugh, interest on Flanders’ FB page is picking up. Lots of comments about the distaste over the hearings. Flanders is a retired RI Supreme Court justice. He was also a professional baseball player for Detroit. They come under the “I love the Boston Red Sox and any team that beats the Yankees” umbrella so being a ballplayer is a plus. He’s running as an “independent Republican”, which I think has been holding him back. RI folks who are going to vote Republican aren’t afraid to say they like Trump. But as time passes “Anyone But Whitehouse” is becoming more of the bar you have to be able to clear.

    On election night the RI returns will come in early. There aren’t a lot of votes to count. 😉 Most of us vote via scantron so the votes are essentially counted as they’re cast. If you see Shithouse has won, it doesn’t signify a blue wave. It’s supposed to be a very safe seat. But if RI goes for Flanders, there’s a red tsunami coming.

    • Venus E. Lee says:

      I just visited Flanders’ website– he has an ad about Whitehouse that if climate change is the only issue you care about, Whitehouse is the one for you with an old lady at the end saying “Sheldon Whitehouse is kind of a doofus” I don’t know how that will play in RI, but I lol’d!

  21. foxyladi14 says:


  22. foxyladi14 says:

    What was intended to be a slap-down insult instead has become a badge of honor. 😊👍

  23. foxyladi14 says:

  24. helenk3 says:

    you wrote a great post. You make in funny and interesting and true. Pretty good I would say

  25. elliesmom says:

    A great line about Corey Booker from VDH- “I cannot remember another example of a senator who wanted to break the law but could not figure out how to do it.”

  26. foxyladi14 says:

    Jon Voight

  27. Dora says:

    Former Gov. Patterson gives his opinion.


    Top NY Dem: Unelected White House ‘cabal’ seems to be working against Trump

    A top New York Democrat said Sunday that he is siding with President Trump regarding the anonymous New York Times op-ed published this week, expressing concerns that an “unelected White House ‘cabal’ seems to be working against Trump.”

    “I think we’ve gotten to a point where we just are completely unable to support the president, no matter who the president is,” former New York Gov. David Paterson told radio host John Catsimatidis on AM 970 in New York.


  28. Woke Lola says:

    That Pattern meme is ferocious! Subtitle should be: I don’t think this is what they meant when they said you could be anything you wanted to be…

  29. Dora says:

    This is what’s called a political killing.


    Poll: Cuomo holds 41-point lead over Nixon in New York

  30. helenk3 says:

    I posted a branco cartoon and an aftermath picture but they do not show up. what is wrong?

  31. helenk3 says:


    funny how no one got upset over this at the time. No big investigation about collusion and election meddling

  32. helenk3 says:


    this would be an interesting law suit to watch. It would most likely go to the Supreme Court.
    right now there is no law that says a child of an ILLEGAL immigrant to this country is an American citizen

  33. mothy2017 says:

    Not Laurie Strode too. Jamie Lee Curtis who has a new Halloween film coming out has decided to air her politics. I love a good scare and would have seen it in theaters guess I’ll wait for redbox.
    It’s getting great reviews even though they seem to have abandoned the H20 storyline.
    The original came out 40 years ago so the crowd that made it a monster hit is now late 50’s and up. Horror films skew young, but this has nostalgia potential. I remember being about 15 babysitting my cousins and it came on Hbo. I was scared shitless.
    Oh well they have to politicize everything.

    • lateblum says:

      If Jamie Lee is “scared everyday living in America” where she lives, she should try riding public transportation or walking on the ”Magnificent Mile” in Chicago all day every day.
      Blocks away from my own home, a Northwestern U PhD student was killed after being in Chicago only 4 hours. And Jamie Lee is “scared”. Pffft

    • DandyTIger says:

      smh. Multimillionaire celebs acting all scared. Jeeeebus, what an idiot. I’m rolling my eyes so hard they’re making backup beeping sounds.

    • NewOrleans says:

      Just in the last few days, I’ve had to put Piper Perabo, Jamie Lee Curtis & RuPaul on the “List” – basically, my “I’ve-supported-you-your-whole-career-but-fuck-you” list. It’s so disappointing.

      I wish they’d learn to keep their top front hole shut!

  34. helenk3 says:


    is the future? how will it affect manufacturing jobs world wide?

  35. Dora says:

    This makes me sad. And angry!!


    Resistance Torches Devin Nunes’ Family After He Dared To Expose Intel Agencies’ Collusion With Democrats

    Devin Nunes is precisely why we know anything about Hillary Clinton and the Democratic National Committee’s dishonest and bizarre activities. No wonder he’s a huge Democrat target.


  36. mothy2017 says:

    Sunday Night Football down
    It was easily the highest-rated and most-watched broadcast of the night in the measures, but was down quite a bit from the early 8.0 rating that the network’s SNF debut had scored last year, and even more so from the 9.1 it adjusted up to.


  37. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This would have been a good post even if it wasn’t Monday.

  38. helenk3 says:

    good question

  39. Myiq2xu™ says:

  40. helenk3 says:


    that cold day in hell is near.both the Wapo and NYT gave credit to Trump for something good

  41. mothy2017 says:

    Any guesses

  42. Dora says:

  43. votermom says:

    doggeh thinks tv doorbell sound is the actual doorbell and gets all excited

  44. helenk3 says:

    I hope this is the right way to share this. It is from Mike Rowe’s facebook page
    phone call from flight 93.
    in face of the nonsense from nike about just do it., these people really did

  45. lyn says:

  46. Dora says:

    Very Interesting.

  47. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      with other people’s cash

      There. I fixed that part for him.

      Now he is going to have to figure out that truly underprivileged are now working overtime for next to nothing to make even more overpriced items to pay for Nike’s spiking the unkempt/has been quarterback to garner one world sjw creds on his own.

  48. Dora says:


  49. foxyladi14 says:

    Under these circumstances, it would be inappropriate for me to accept a salary,” DeSantis said.


  50. Dora says:

    Look at that room!


    Pro-Israel billionaires Saban and Singer host dinner for Trump peace team to brief Jewish leaders

    Haim Saban (Democratic donor) and Paul Singer (Republican donor) convened a private dinner featuring U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, Jared Kushner, and Jason Greenblatt. The kosher-catered dinner, held in a private room at the Pierre Hotel on the Upper East Side, was for senior administration officials to discuss their emerging Israeli-Palestinian peace plan with powerful Jewish business and communal leaders…


    • lyn says:

      The way things are going Trump may need only one term.

    • Anthony says:

      The Pierre is my favorite hotel. I’ve hosted a few fundraisers there, and their ballrooms are varied sizes. The interior ballrooms are a perfect and accurate replication of an 18th Century French chateau. Amazing, small (for a hotel) jewel box, across the street from Central Park. It’s like entering into an opulent era from the past.


      • Dora says:

        Thanks Anthony. It sounds like a wonderful place.

        I love looking at the pictures.

        I noticed one of Edward G. Robinson. Wow! That goes back a while.

        The hotel isn’t too far away from Trump Tower. I bet some of the Trump family members hang around there too. 🙂

        There’s no place like New York.

        • Anthony says:

          You’re very welcome, Dora. I hosted a New Years Eve fundraiser for Abandoned Children with AIDS in this ballroom. https://www.thepierreny.com/events/venues/wedgewood

          The theme was 18th Century French Masked Ball, and guests had to arrive in period costume. If they didn’t, they were provided with authentic Domino costumes. The menu was authentic period menu, had an orchestra and dance instructors teaching minuets, gavotte and other period dances and period gaming tables. Tickets were $1500 per person and guests were able to “buy” faux 18th Century French coins to use at the gaming tables. Began at 8pm, and included dinner, cash bar (proceeds to charity) dancing through the night and concluded with breakfast at 3am. 100% of profits went to the charity, and The Pierre gave us a healthy discount in exchange for an in-kind donation.

          It was very warm that year, and at the end of the night there was a mist in Central Park. Walking out of the hotel, you could hear the orchestra faintly in the background. It was like walking out of one century into the present, like a beautiful opulent dream.

          • Dora says:

            That sounds fantastic. And you described the evening so well.

            You must be a history lover, as I am.

            BTW who do you go as? I will take a guess and say Maximilien Robespierre. 🙂

          • Anthony says:

            I wore a Domino. And yes, I am a history lover to the point of near obsession. I spend more time at the Met than I probably should, and once flew to Los Angeles on a whim to see an authentic pair of Mario Antoinette’s earrings on display at Harry Winston. A good friend is the collections coordinator at The Met, so I get to see (and handle) a lot of artifacts. I’m very lucky and never forget it.

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