“Let us not assassinate this lad further, Senator. You’ve done enough.”

Okay, it wasn’t an iconic moment in history like Welch v. McCarthy, but neither was Welch v. McCarthy. It was great political theater though. Judging by the post-game tweets and stories, Ford failed and the Resistance is FUBAR.

The Democrats aren’t gonna suddenly gonna go full Colonel Nicholson and ask, “My God, what have we done?” They’ll keep on hatin’ and obstructin’ and blamin’ us for it. I just want them to quit acting like lunatics. And before we smokum peace pipe with Soy Latte tribe it would really be nice if they would walk back from the edge a few feet first.

Here’s Tucker:

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323 Responses to “Let us not assassinate this lad further, Senator. You’ve done enough.”

    • elliesmom says:

      I feel sorry for this woman, but that doesn’t extend to letting her accuse an innocent man of sexual assault. I also don’t necessarily believe she was ever assaulted by someone else. The political connections she had, but were conveniently scrubbed, suggest she had political motives for wanting to keep Kavanaugh off the Supreme Court. She made some calculated risks that didn’t pan out for her. I’m guessing she expected her friends from high school would be as eager to keep him off the Court as she was. She didn’t count on their being proud of being in a circle that includes a Supreme Court justice. They distanced themselves from her rather quickly.

      I think she put her trust in Diane Feinstein to orchestrate things in a way that would elevate her for being the person who brought Kavanaugh down for the Democrats. Feinstein is Ford’s senator as well as the ranking member of the committee. Instead, when Feinstein was called out herself, she put Ford under the bus and drove over her and backed up and ran over her again. This is why I feel sorry for Ford. It’s over that moment when you realize someone you’ve trusted and admired turns out to be the antipathy of all you believed she was. I think there are some of us here who know what that thud feels like.

      I think we should give Christine a few months to get her head around what just happened to her, and then invite her to #walkaway.

      • votermom says:

        You’re a good person, EM.
        I just see her as a manipulative, lying, woe-is-me beyotch.
        I’m glad ChiFi threw her under the bus. Karma.
        I have a feeling the hard left is go gnna turn on ChiFi even more – she smells desperate.

      • swanspirit says:

        I wish I could feel sorry for her, but she was just having too good a time destroying someone’s life. Actually, quite a few people’s lives. Maybe millions, considering the goal of the Disgustocrats, which is a soft coup, of our President, and our Supreme Court.

        Also, from a personal and professional perspective, I have dealt with enough people with borderline personality disorder, and I know they can be manipulative, narcissistic, and extremely self serving. When she said she was afraid to fly, and then admitted she has flown all over the freaking Pacific Ocean, with that telltale smirk; I was pretty much done.
        I hope she continues with therapy.
        Btw, the expert that was questioning Dr. Ford, did a fantastic job. She was great. She led her right down the promise path, and revealed the lies and the inconsistencies, without alienating her. It was a pleasure to watch her work.

        • swanspirit says:

          *primrose path. What freaking dictionary doesn’t include primrose?

        • elliesmom says:

          I enjoyed watching the prosecutor, too. I wish someone would edit the recordings of yesterday so we could see her periods of questioning uninterrupted. We went out to lunch before the questioning of Ford was completed. Was there a summary of what she found during the hearings? I know she reported back to the Republicans behind closed doors.

        • Constance says:

          I totally agree about the “the expert”. I keep hearing the men on TV say “she barely laid a glove on Ford” Duh dumb shits! That was why a woman did the questioning, it was determined that aggressively knocking around a woman cast in the noble terms of shero and survivor by the Dems would not be productive and would lead to nothing but midterm campaign ads about how Republicans hate women. They so don’t “get it” still. It amazes me they were able to keep their mouths shut through the hearing. Just exposing the “fear of flying” crap as a lie turned off anyone with a brain.

      • Anthony says:

        Agree completely. That few minutes between Cornyn and DiFi were tilted the scales against the Democrat Socialists in a way they’re not ever going to recover from. Unfortunately, that exchange has been buried/scrubbed/erased from the MSM this morning. I guess its up to me (and anyone else equally inclined) to spread it around.

        My thoughts after Cornyn cornered DiFi was this timeline:

        1) DiFi had the letter and sat on it forever.

        2) DiFi then supplied Ms. Ford with a lawyer who has been photographed with and connected to Hillary Clinton. A lot.

        3) Ford lawyered up with the above weeks before DiFi interviewed Kavanaugh, and did not mention the letter in her meeting with him

        4) DiFi unleashes a shit storm at the 11th hour and 59th minute with the allegation, casting Ford as a “Victim” and a “Survivor”

        5) DiFi gets fingered by Cornyn as the person who leaked the info, and rather than admit to her shay ways, THEN PROCEEDS TO THROW HER OWN “VICTIM/SURVIVOR” UNDER THE BUS.

        I seriously doubt that Ford is as fragile as she depicted herself. I’m kinda sure that she considered her accusations to be a badge of honor among her fellow “Resist”™ buddies.

        I’m very sure she feels betrayed by the same people who cast her as the protagonist in their make believe production of Les Miserables, and I honestly have no sympathy for her. None in the least.

        We’ve all had something blow up in our faces. Most of us took it on the chin, did the necessary mea culpas and moved on, working hard to re-establish our credibility. I will wait to see how Ford handles this in the future before I decide to have any sympathy for her. At this juncture, I can only see her as a willing participant in a character assassination plot to destroy a good man and to overturn an entire nation.

      • Constance says:

        Ford is a well credentialed conformist who seeks approval. I don’t see her as intelligent. I think she believes what she said and she doesn’t understand that there is an issue that no one else experienced her reality. Of course most people who are stupid enough to still be Dems don’t realize that if other people don’t experience your reality that’s because you live in an imaginary world.

        • silverlake mom says:

          Couldn’t agree more!

        • lateblum says:

          Yes. I used to live there, but as so many of us did, I #WalkedAway. That imaginary world held people like JFK and WJC and others in esteem regardless of their “flaws”. I still cannot believe that after 2008, there are still people so bamboozled that they cannot let go of the myths of the D’s.

      • helenk3 says:

        I am so glad that I am not alone in not finding Ford credible. I thought that possibly the poor little girl act angered me so much I might have missed something. I still think that the whole act was done because of roe v wade and the democrats drumbeat that it could go away. What would that do to her abortion pill job? Lets face it roe v wade is not going away and the dems use that threat every election. it is getting old. The phony concern for women is getting real old too. they talk the talk but when it comes down to it they do not walk the walk. I am watching the dems in action and every day I am more embarrassed and ashamed that I was ever a democrat

        • silverlake mom says:

          I’m with you Helen. I did not find her credible at all, thought I was going nuts!
          I was a loyal Dem all of my adult life(until 2008). Sham shame shame!

        • Constance says:

          It makes little difference if Roe vs Wade is overturned because of state laws that now exist but why aren’t the Republicans or their mouthpieces out there shouting that from the roof tops? Sure it is possible most Democrat voters are so stupid they still won’t get it but a few will and also Republicans should state that Democrat women should be offended that their party misled them for so long like they were children whose votes the Dems were entitled to. Get out there and F**king fight Republicans.

      • blowme0bama says:

        I feel sorry for her the same way I feel sorry for all functional mentally ill people. Her life is miserable and she’s a miserable person. That’s as far as any sympathy goes.

  1. votermom says:

    I just realized that Tucker looks a lot like a younger Kavanaugh

  2. Dora says:


    • Constance says:

      And still nothing for WA. We have the two do nothing place holder Senators, Murray and Cantwell and never any help from national Republicans. They just act like we deserve these two. Washington state has had female office holders so long that the people of Washington have internalized the truth that women politicians can be just as self serving and useless as male politicians so I think Murray and Cantwell would be easy to pick off with some organized funded attacks.

      • mothy says:

        Nothing here either. Wheeling is not far though. I only watch Tucker and Jeopardy on commercial tv. Casey runs tons of ads during jep. His ads could be Trump’s. Rarely an ad for Barletta. I don’t even think they are trying. My congress critter is running unopposed. Dim. Does not pass smell test. There has always been a challenger. Usually gets his ass kicked. Clairton mill is firing on all cylinders. They are importing workers. Too many jobs not enough people. They take a hair follicle. My brother is going to make over 100 thou. Sick overtime. He’s happy as his daughter just started at Pitt. Not since the 70’s has there been this much work. Clairton works is the second largest coke plant in the world. You cannot make steel without coke. It’s where I grew up. The area is teeming with life. It is Trump. The place had turned into a third world country. Really bad. I attended a funeral there in the midst of the obama reign of terror. My heart broke. Everything was section 8. Instead of windows homes had plywood. Lawns unkempt. So sad. Yuuuge heroin problem. This was the town I grew up in. We never locked our door. We ran around freely. I played outside all day every day. My high school got taken over by the state. How can the rethugs not put up a candidate? Pittsburgh has it’s own mini Silicon valley. They control everything. Yuuuge money. Its a few blocks along the river. I think the mayor is dumb. He has gone all out proggie. Re designed the city streets to accommodate bicycles. Really? Downtown is not a grid. It is shaped by 3 rivers. Traffic was always bad. Now there are bike lanes. He loves his bikes. Cars idle creating more pollution for on a good day 5 bikers???? It is fucking Pittsburgh. We have more rain than Seattle. It snows big time. Gets cold. Riding your bike to work is only an option a few days a year. Pittsburgh has a lot of hills. Crazy hills. Everything is on a hill. Push so hard to bike. It is silly. Anywho the mini silicon valley controls everything. No one is running against my dim rep. Uncontested. Swear to god if a person spoke for us dregs he’d kick ass. Mike Doyle is a cunt. I mean cunt in the nicest way. He sucks the dick of every big donor. A puke. He does not represent me. I have a kid for whom I have given more than 12 years to. My charge is getting the best I have to give. Her parents threw her away. Here nor there. She is my responsibility. I do not take that lightly. My child. School tax just doubled. It’s for ESL. Yeah I am angry. Pup is my kid. I would walk through fire for her. I have given over a decade. Some retarded plugs are not going to guilt me. I freely give I all I have as a person to my brat. I am her great gay uncle that had multiple open hearts. I done did something not so bad. I let a little brat know she mattered. My rich proggie friends want to save the world. They never get hands dirty. I lived/live it.

  3. taw46 says:

  4. DeniseVB says:

    Well, this pretty much sums up the Twitterverse this morning 😀

  5. swanspirit says:

    Senator Graham will be on Fox And Friends in a few minutes!!!

  6. lateblum says:

    This description of hateful Dick Durbin from John Kass of the Chicago Tribune has now put a real image in my mind. I won’t ever be able to erase it. Nor do I want to…

  7. DeniseVB says:

    My liberal friends on my FB timeline: Kavanaugh doesn’t have the temperament to sit on the SCOTUS, he’s too ragey and mean to people.

    The Walkaway campaign timeline: Exploding with former Dems joining, especially a rape survivor who felt more violated by the Dems by dragging an obviously fake “victim” out. YOU DON’T WAIT 36 YEARS AND YOU WEREN’T RAPED.

    Newt Gingrinch on FnF: Kavanaugh was not only fighting for his life, his family’s, he was fighting for the United States. Without Due Process, we’re done.

  8. DeniseVB says:

    This tweet if from a former prosecutor, hope he’s right and just a political ploy to meddle with the confirmation vote.

  9. DeniseVB says:

    Dems just keep ruining everyone’s lives,

  10. Anthony says:

    Blumenthal speaking now. I still want to knock his teeth out.

  11. swanspirit says:

    On a different note, is it time to tune in and watch the liberals cry again?

  12. foxyladi14 says:

    Watch now!!

  13. Anthony says:

    DiFi doubling down, along with the rest of the Democrat Socialists. Amazing, the hill some dunces choose to die (Di?) on…

  14. swanspirit says:

    Evidently, the Disgustocrats, have been given shovels, with which to dig their holes even deeper.

  15. foxyladi14 says:

    Surprise!!!! Flake announces he’ll vote for Kavanaugh!

  16. DandyTIger says:

    This feels like Nov 8, 2016 all over again. 🙂

  17. lyn says:

    Leahy sounds like he’s a tired tool.

  18. DeniseVB says:


  19. Dora says:

  20. foxyladi14 says:

    Will We get to hear from the Prosecutor??

  21. lyn says:

    Democrats have made sexual assault victims wary now. I don’t care about the sexual assault hot line.

  22. mcnorman says:

    Lindsey is hitting taking a bat to the bastards again.

  23. lyn says:

    Ford isn’t Anita.

  24. foxyladi14 says:

    This is just like election night all over again seeing the Dims meltdown. I am loving it! LOL

  25. DeniseVB says:

    So the response from Sheila Jackson Lee’s staff “the envelope” contained letters from Ford’s friends who couldn’t be there? Why after the hearing? I want to read those, unless “letters from friends” is a new euphemism for “unmarked twenties” ?

  26. lyn says:

    I can’t listen any more.

  27. Dora says:

    • Miranda says:

      Sexual assault is a serious crime and should be treated as such, meaning that it should be reported to the police when it happens. After all, is someone going to stand up and say ’35 years ago, so-and-so stole my wallet, robbed a bank, etc?’

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  34. lateblum says:

    I just walked in and turned on the tv. OMG !!! They just aren5 stopping. Whitehouse is now accusing Kavanaugh of lying about the party using “his (Kavanaugh’s)own calendar”. I am astonished at the dirt, the absolutely filthy minds and souls of the Democrats. It is beyond any human concept. My head is going to explode. I can understand how people can push themselves to suicide and/or homicide. I’ll be out for some of the day and so happily won’t be tempted to throw my tv through the window.
    I don’t know how people with real consciences can tolerat3 voting for these liars and ideologues. And BTW, what ideology espouses telling lies and destroying the lives of men women and children in order to taint the minds of their followers? It seems lying and the absolute destruction of the truth is a basic tenet of the Democrat Party.
    Grassley just destroyed the lie told by Whitehouse. It’s clear who the good guys are in all this.

    • Constance says:

      If the Republicans control all three branches of government and they don’t roll back gay rights and make birth control and abortion illegal then Democrats lose the whip they have been using on their stupid voters for the last 50 years. Yeah Roe vs Wade will probably be overturned and it won’t make a difference in most places because the states have stepped up and made abortion legal in most states. So the Dems will be exposed as liars with no plan. This scares the hell out of them however I’m not sure why since their voters are so stupid they will probably still follow along like a bunch of sheep.

  35. lateblum says:

    And now Klobuchar is lying. She’s talking about her state – Minnesota. How THEIR process works . And to that I say – – Keith Ellison.
    Feinstein lied earlier this morning about what the republicans did and said yesterday. I heard it on the radio. Holy shit! They are indecent. All of them.

  36. Dora says:

    I wasn’t watching. Don’t plan to either.



  37. mcnorman says:

    Blementhal on temper,and fitness…he is gonna vote no cuz he dared to give a screed. I hate these people. I really do.

  38. helenk3 says:

    I am listening to stolen valor blumenthal spouting off about Kavanaugh’s temperment. After what they put his family through he should have been angry. I would have less respect for him if he wasn’t angry. His daughters will have that memory for the rest of their lives. How will they ever respect this government?

  39. Dora says:

  40. foxyladi14 says:


    • foxyladi14 says:

      ‏ @ToddXena
      16m16 minutes ago
      Replying to @GOPPollAnalyst

      He was also 3rd highest atty in the Ken Starr/Bill Clinton investigation. You can be guaranteed the Clinton’s had him investigated extensively and IF anything remotely close to what he was accused of doing, it would have been discovered and made public!

  41. Myiq2xu™ says:

  42. Dora says:

  43. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Did anyone else notice the major typo in my post??

    (It’s fixed now)

  44. swanspirit says:

    I was watching Senator Lindsey again, and I happened to notice, Judge Kavanaugh’s initial reaction, which made me smile, because his eyes got big, and his expression was funny to me, because he looked like he was really wondering what the heck was going to happen next.
    The Judge is such a genuine guy.

    • lateblum says:

      I don’t know how he is getting through all this. If I’d been Kavanaugh, I’d have been hanging from the nearest rafter. To be so maligned – so unfairly denigrated – and by such scummy people – is beyond my understanding. I look at his face, and feel like crying. If this were my son, I don’t know how I could have sat there without mega doses of Valium or Xanax to keep me from railing against everyone including the gods. (And I don’t “do” drugs of any kind.) All I can do is shake my head in total incredulity.

  45. DeniseVB says:

    The Dems are giving a bad name to circus clowns 🙂

  46. DeniseVB says:

  47. Somebody says:

    Something is going down and I don’t think it bodes well for Kavanaugh. Vote delayed 15 minutes now.

    I think Flake is flaking. The aids on the D side are far too giddy. Grassy seems pissed. Hatch looks defeated or sad or something. They all keep looking at their phones. A bunch of them are still in the back room, do they have a rape train gang bang going on?

  48. Dora says:

    My blood is boiling!!!

  49. mcnorman says:

    It is Flake. ASSHOLE

  50. taw46 says:

    Fuck Flake.

  51. Somebody says:

    Flake wants to delay floor vote 1 week for investigation.

  52. Somebody says:

    Clearly the D’s have someone inside the FBI ready to sink Kavanaugh

    • Constance says:

      Absolutely. The FBI found nothing in their 5 or 6 investigations so having them do another one is going to save the day?!

  53. taw46 says:

    The asshole Flake voted Aye anyway, lol.

  54. taw46 says:

    Why are they even discussing this? They just voted to move the nomination out of committee. Now up to McConnell, right?

  55. helenk3 says:

    shouldn’t flake’s seat be picked up and moved to the other side of the room. he is a closet dem.

    there would have been time for an FBI investigation if DiFi had acted responsibly and brought the letter to the committee.

    vote every dem out of every office possible. make that bunch go the way of the whigs for the good of the country

  56. Dora says:

  57. elliesmom says:

    Elliesdad and I had lunch in our favorite pub. I predict the Republicans just lost both the senate and the house based on the response in the reddest part of RI.

    • Anthony says:

      I’m tending to agree with you. I’ll say this – if they screw up Kavanaugh’s appointment, let the chips fall where they may. The Democrat Socialists and the GOPe will be a stain on the sidewalk that nobody will even notice, and we have two years to vote them out. Im furious.

  58. mcnorman says:

    Why should we be surprised? McCain did the same shit when it came to the obolacare vote.

  59. helenk3 says:


    gee all I have to do to get my name in the news is smear a person and provide no proof

  60. helenk3 says:

    I think kavanaugh knows where a lot of bodies are buried in DC. If the dems defeat him, I hope he writes a book and names names and takes no prisoners

  61. taw46 says:

    Call the vote, Mitch. Screw the Dems.

  62. John Denney says:

    “Don’t gaslight me into pretending that Ford’s squirrelly demeanor and weak command of the facts were some sort of heroic act that I, as a woman, must worship.”


  63. elliesmom says:

    I was at a pub where I would have expected to see a sporting event on the TV. I actually went there to get away from all of this. I thought the vote was a done deal. A couple of 50ish guys came in and asked if the bartender would turn on the hearings. I was the only person at the bar who knew what channel she could find the hearings on. In all fairness, some of them could have been subscribers to a different cable company.

    When the committee conditioned their vote on giving the FBI a week to investigate, several of the guys pounded fists on the bar. “It’s over. The Republicans can eff off.”

    • DeniseVB says:

      There’s something up. Just heard Trump was fine with the delay and was surprised he didn’t go all Trumpy on the Dems over another stall tactic. Also said, no way he was replacing Kavanaugh. I find his calm demeanor interesting.

      • taw46 says:

        I listened to him. He never said he was fine with a delay, but that it was their decision.

      • taw46 says:

        I took it to mean he’s not playing the media game, letting the Senate decide.

      • elliesmom says:

        There are two local “watering holes” about the same distance from us. I choose one when I want to be entertained by politics, and the other when I want to get away from it. Today I chose the latter. There were 10 guys at the bar stools, and we had a small nearby table. The response was what I would describe as “disgust”. All but one of the guys at the bar had been following the hearings closely, which given the bar I was at surprised me. Several of the guys talked about how they had elected Trump, done their best given the state where they live to give Trump majorities in the house and the senate, and the most important thing to them is the Supreme Court, which the Republicans don’t seem to be able to deliver. Two of the guys are headed south for the winter and probably won’t go to the trouble of getting absentee ballots. A couple of the guys said they still wanted to vote against Shithouse (they liked that name for him), but only because he’s personally embarrassing to the state. The rest decided it was time for hockey to ramp up since they don’t watch the NFL. The “enthusiasm” quotient was very low.

        • taw46 says:

          But the Republicans did deliver one person to the Supreme Court for Trump. And the jury is still out on this one. But it is entirely their choice on whether or not to vote. If they don’t like all the things Trump has done, why they can certainly choose to go back to the days of Obama. That’s where the Dems will take us.

      • Dora says:

        He was asked during a meeting with the Chilean President and had to remain in control.

        I bet deep inside he is livid!

  64. Lurker says:

    what i understood was, the vote now goes to the full senate. And, the senate does not have to agree to whatever Flake wanted. i.e. the commitee does not control if the senate will wait the week. Is that correct?

    • taw46 says:

      That is correct. The committee had a straight vote to move the nomination out of committee. Mitch can have the vote anytime he wants. Flake’s suggestion, really the Dem’s, was just that, a suggestion.

    • mcnorman says:

      It’s in McConnell’s hands now. The vote for cloture happens on Monday. That is when we will know who is on the train. Anyone not voting for cloture on the GOP side will most likely be a no on Tuesday.

  65. DeniseVB says:

  66. swanspirit says:

    But 51 votes are needed to approve Kavenaugh’s appointment, and without Flake, and now Murkowski, that won’t happen.

    • taw46 says:

      Someone said regardless of what Flake says, he mostly votes with the party. We shall see.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Mike Pence, the tie-breaker ?

      • Constance says:

        Most likely the weak Republicans are competing for who can be the one “no” vote on Kavanaugh and Pence will be the tie breaker. But it won’t be over because Democrats will keep picking at it until they can impeach Kavanaugh. To some degree this serves Trump as it takes up headlines and keeps the heat off of him but eventually Trump will get bored and call the media dogs attention back to himself.

      • taw46 says:

        Yes, he will vote, but need 51. Can only lose one Republican. Pence would make 51.

  67. swanspirit says:

    Also, given what we now know about the FBI, how can we trust them?

  68. mcnorman says:

    folks on twitter & PDT reddit are saying Grassley used Flake to set up the Dems. From reddit:

    “- Tactical stalling to get to the 2 hour adjournment rule
    – Use Flake to make Dems think that there will be a week-long FBI investigation
    – Because of this, they come back in the room so a vote may take place (they were protesting)
    – lots of confusion from the Dems
    – Dems ask “Was there an amendment added to include week-long FBI investigation?”
    – No one really bothers to answer that question (There was no amendment)
    – Vote initiated
    – Dems still confused but now they have to vote because they’ve been got
    – Vote passes 11-10 and Kavanaugh goes to senate floor
    – 2-hour rule adjournment by BASED GRASSLEY
    – Feinstein: “….WHAT?””

  69. lyn says:

  70. DandyTIger says:

    Sounds like Flake, Murkowski, Collins, and now Mansion (sp?), all say they want the week delay for the FBI to investigate. Meaning perhaps no if it doesn’t happen (all saying their still on the fence). So the question is, do they delay, or do the force the vote anyway (even if might fail).

    • DandyTIger says:

      If they delay, all sorts of further delays and crazy is guaranteed to happen. Any bets on how many more allegations come in during that week. I’m thinking at least five.

    • taw46 says:

      The thing is, no guarantee if any of them, including Manchin would vote Aye if the FBI investigates and finds nothing. So I say call their bluff. Vote and let the chips fall where they may. Besides, we know a delay is just another opportunity for the Dems to bring up more dirt.

      • DandyTIger says:

        I wish they would. Vote and be done. If they vote no, that’s on them. Of course everyone is saying if this fails they won’t vote, and so Dems will get both houses. And then impeachment is guaranteed. Have to say, well played by Dems. Unless it blows up.

        • taw46 says:

          You know what, I find that hard to believe. That all the people who voted for Trump, won’t vote now. That would be insane not to support him after all he has done. I hate the spineless GOP, but no way in hell will I say, ok, I’m not voting, let the Dems have it all. Never give up!

          • elliesmom says:

            This is a case of “the beatings will continue until moralTe improves.” At some point people just stop banging their heads against the wall. They hunker down to protect themselves as best they can. If you’re going to work hard for something, there has to be something worth working for. When a political party promises things and people believe them, they donate money and ring doorbells. When they don’t deliver, people stop sending money and don’t ring doorbells, but they might still vote for them if they can be convinced the other party is worse. When the people realize that one party is in charge no matter who they put into office, then even voting becomes more than they are willing to give.

            I listened to this conversation today. Folks are tired of being beaten. The guys at the bar don’t own stocks. They pump septic tanks and deliver oil. They’ve had the same jobs for 20 years. They’re glad unemployment is down, but they didn’t need a job. They want the potholes filled. They care about the Supreme Court because they own guns. They like Trump, but other than the tax cut, they really haven’t noticed much that’s different. There’s no wall. The Gorsuch for Alito swap didn’t alter the make-up of the court. They’re going to hunker down.

          • 1539days says:

            Not voting is Flake’s revenge goal for Trump being mean to him.

          • Kathy says:

            I am majorly pissed..but,

            I will still vote..I
            may even get divorced over this.

      • lyn says:

        W needs to call the assholes again.

    • DandyTIger says:

      Also keep in mind, apparently Collins and Murkowski didn’t watch the hearings. So they don’t have the impact the voters have of the day.

  71. lyn says:

    Body language evaluation of the bitch,

    • blowme0bama says:

      I’m sorry. The woman is obviously mentally ill, but this “body language” stuff is tarot card garbage.

    • Constance says:

      I see the “pretty pose” as pathetic begging for approval. It is submissive body language as is the question talking (I woke up this morning? I ate breakfast?).

  72. John Denney says:

    Bibi Netanyahu’s recent speech at the U.N. General Assembly is awesome!


  73. lyn says:

  74. Cisco says:

    So what is the status of Kavanaugh’s confirmation?
    Migraines are back, I’m dying here.
    Info please.

  75. lyn says:

    Clarice Feldman 12 mins ·

    transcript by daddy: Host Trace gallegher: What role would exactly or could the the FBI play in all of this, Katherine?

    Katherine Herridge: Well Trace the FBI does 2 types of Investigations. (1) is a Criminal Investigation, the other (2)is a Background Check. Under this scenario they would have to get a request from the Agency that put the nomination forward, so the White House or the President or the General Counsel, directing the FBI to re-engage and conduct additional interviews with known witnesses in this particular case. The second kind of Investigation is a Criminal Investigation. Based on the fact-pattern here there just isn’t grounds for the FBI to get involved because the Alleged Sexual Assault would really fall within the parameters of a State Crime. The FBI would only get involved if there was evidence of a Federal crime, for example “hold trafficking”—taking a minor across State Lines which is not alleged here.

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  77. helenk3 says:

    wouldn’t be funny if the FBI did a background check on Ford all the way back to grade school and a lot came out about her activities. Investigate the go fund me money and who gave it to her and why. The travel on those invisible planes that she is afraid to fly on.
    then on the porn lawyer all the way back to grade school. that would be interesting and check out his clients too
    since we are judging on high school sex assault why not cory booker, he said he did it.
    the list could go on and on and keep the FBI busy for years

  78. lyn says:

    Jake Tapper Verified account @jaketapper

    Cornyn: there will still be a motion to proceed vote in the Senate tomorrow, with an agreement for a supplemental background check for no longer than one week, @KilloughCNN reports
    12:45 PM – 28 Sep 2018

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    Clarice Feldman1 min ·

    Even if the Democrats win in November, the Republicans can call a rump session and confirm him.
    And a thought from Porchlight: If it makes anyone feel any better, the left is highly pissed at Flake for voting yea in committee. They’re certain that he will eventually vote yes in the end (as will all the other Republicans). The last-minute investigation is just to provide cover for all the RINOs.

  85. Underwhelmed says:

    If you’re on twitter, get this one out there! I can’t even.


  86. helenk3 says:


    ok so where does he get money now? Does he think McCabe and co will give him a lifetime income?

  87. 1539days says:

    Kavanaugh should sue Ford in civil court tomorrow.

  88. SHV says:

    I’m not familiar enough with Senate procedures to understand what losing this skirmish in a battle of a war that PDJT is risking everything to win? I think Kavanaugh is also “All In”, at least that is my impression from his behavior at the Committee meeting yesterday. So have the full Senate vote, Dem-Thugs and Rethug Scum vote no and sink the nomination; Trump is now really pissed and goes all out in campaign mode. MAGAs are also pissed and turn out Bigly; Dems win solid Senate majority. New Congress begins Jan. 2019, PDJT re-submits Kavanaugh, Flake, Corker gone and Murkowski and Collins now irrelevant; Kavanaugh now on SOTUS and next vacancy, Amy will be payback. Also, after big R Senate win, Collins and Murkowski need to be stripped of committee chairs and assignments that have any meaning for their CofC backers.

    Maybe I’m politically ignorant but I don’t understand the attitude that if Kavanaugh isn’t approved, “I won’t vote for any Republicans and they will lose House and Senate”…That makes no sense, don’t get mad get even at the ballot box.

    • taw46 says:

      I will always vote.

    • elliesmom says:

      But it’s the Republicans conservative people will want to get even with. They expect the Democrats to do the things they do. There are 51 Republicans in the senate. No Democrat is needed. If Kavanaugh goes down, it’s the Republicans’ fault. Sure, you could send them more Republicans so one or two can leave the plantation, but how do you convince these guys from RI a Republican who refuses to come out and say he supports the 2nd amendment won’t be another Susan Collins? The answer is you can’t. Maybe that candidate would be better than Senator Shithouse, but people are sick of voting for the lesser of two evils. They aren’t going to vote for Shithouse or any other Democrat. They’re going fishing. Along with a lot of other people who usually vote for Republicans.

      • 1539days says:

        Which will be epic revenge from Jeff Fake’s perspective.

      • taw46 says:

        Well, let’s hope people in other states don’t feel the same as those guys in RI. Trump still packs them in at all of his rallies. And he always tells them to vote in the midterms. I may despise many of the Republicans, but I still don’t want to willingly give everything to the left.

  89. helenk3 says:

    Ford is playing her games again.does not want a one week limit on FBI investigation. I am so sick of this fraud. I want her investigated and jailed for obstruction

  90. 1539days says:

    This is a campaign ad. It’s “promoted” on twitter and paid for by Booty Call’s reelection campaign

  91. lyn says:

    It’s called transactional journalism.

  92. 1539days says:

    By the way, Jeff Fake is saying with this FBI demand that he trusts a bunch of federal investigators more than a sex crimes expert FROM HIS OWN STATE.

  93. lyn says:

    This lola also has a lot of good stuff.

  94. SHV says:

    A few days ago Klown speculated about the “no statute of limitations” for sexual battery in MD. He said such a law unlikely on th books in the 80s and likely a later revision. He was/is correct:

    “Attempted rape was classified as a misdemeanor with a one-year statute of limitations in the state before 1996, according to WaPo.”

    More shit from WaPo…”Attempted Rape” really??? Even if the girl raised hell and told her parents, most likely result to happen would have been phone calls and the kid grounded for a year. If her parents had been really connected and were real ass holes, juvie misdemeanor of some sort.

    • 1539days says:

      Wait, If the “crime” occured before the statute of limitations was removed, doesn’t that mean you couldn’t prosecute it?

      • taw46 says:

        That has always been my understanding.

      • SHV says:

        Included in Article 1 section 9 of US Constitution: (Limits on Congressional Powers)
        “No Bill of Attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.”

      • blowme0bama says:

        Hmmm…. Good question. I looked into this many years ago with a retroactively applied sovereign immunity statute. Seems to me that if a right is one that someone has through common law, rather than a creation of statute, then a legislative body can’t remove that claim or defense from someone’s whose claim or defense accrued prior to the legislative change, but if the claim or defense was created by statute, such as a statute of limitations, the legisilature CAN eliminate it even if it had accrued prior to the legislative abolition. That’s my memory of it from 25 years ago.

        • Jadzia says:

          Retroactivity and ex post facto is a surprisingly complex area of the law. Source: just lost a big case in California on this issue that initially seemed really clear cut but judge nocurr.

          • blowme0bama says:

            Seems like, and I could be wrong here, but a statute is presumed to be prospective only absent a clear expression of intention that it apply retroactively.

          • Jadzia says:

            True. I was thinking more of the ex post facto issue. Turns out that in California, retroactive punishment (administrative and financially ruinous, but no jail involved) is just fine and dandy as long as the government pinky swears that it’s acting for the greater good. Ok that’s a paraphrase but it’s essentially the result we got.

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    Fuck the Republicans. As I have said before they are WORTHLESS just slightly better than demorats. If I were Kavanaugh I would have my attorney ready to sue that bitch the MINUTE the fbi is done asking some stupid questions like “did you rape her?” “did you try to kill her?” okay we’re done here. THIS IS STUPID. NO CRIME. NO ISSUES. NADA. We have a whole bunch of power-hungry backboneless idgits worried about re-election when we hired them to PROTECT US and SERVE US. FUCK THEM ALL.

    • helenk3 says:

      wouldn’t it be a trip if Kavanaugh sued her and got all the go fund me money?

      • lateblum says:

        It would. But sadly it would never correct the incredible damage to every aspect of his public life as well as his private one. His mental anguish cannot be measured. The damage to his daughters and the possible breach of their trust in their father could be lifelong. I am heartbroken because of the callous disregard of both Kavanaugh and Blasey-Ford and the rest of us shown be the Democrats. Simply put, they are cold blooded killers of trust and honesty.

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  99. lateblum says:

    I have been mostly lurking due to the myriad appointments I’ve had today. But let me just share that WWIII nearly broke out when I got my pedicure this afternoon. On woman complained the Kavanaugh nomination was being sent to the Senate floor for a vote. She was ranting about how he wasn’t fit to be on SCOTUS and that his “outrageous outburst and tantrum” yesterday was “unseemly and even crazy”. She then mocked his rantings about a “Clinton conspiracy”. I quietly suggested he was right and I believe the Democrats – including the Clintons – had colluded in making certain that a good man was accused of evil behavior that could not be proven. She Got In My Face and started in on the “crazy idea of a conspiracy”. I suggested she look at Hillary Clinton’s complaint of a “vast right wing conspiracy” and tell me if she believed the Clintons in years past. I think she saw people staring at her and went silent. Oddly enough there were even some people who agreed with me. Remember this happened in a very blue Chicago suburb.
    It’s only a brief moment. But it’s something.
    I think she looked crazier because I was soft spoken and she was screaming like those harpies in DC.

  100. 1539days says:

    The newest victim of the Left is voice actress Rachel Butera, who dared to mock Christine Ford’s ridiculous vocal fry. Now she could pay with her job.

  101. lyn says:

    Do you think the FBI already did the supplemental background check?

  102. lyn says:

    • helenk3 says:

      even today a pol from washington state was saying that it was a rape case. Not one person corrected her. I wonder how many people actually believe that it is a rape case?

    • Dora says:

      Oh, there is a difference – the National Enquirer has more class!

  103. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This sounds like a job for Robert Mueller.

  104. helenk3 says:

    Just found out that DiFi husband is on the board of regents at Pala Alto where ford teaches.

    funny that

  105. 1539days says:

    What the hell is up with Jeff Flake’s face? It looks like he used Plutonium to tan it.

  106. votermom says:

    i heard that Wictor was suspended by Twitter?

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    Ugh. I got nothing else but ugh.

  109. votermom says:

    Polygraph Ford


    Testimony Ford

    i think she had some botox done

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    More today than ever before I thank God for you people. I am so angry. You guys are an anchor.

  112. mothy says:

    I am going to sleep. I am too tired for all of it.

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  115. mcnorman says:

    Not only did Ford inflate her CV at the hearing by identifying herself as a psychologist (licensed) https://www.dangerous.com/49836/records-show-dr-ford-is-not-a-licensed-psychologist-may-have-committed-perjury/ but get this, the Dems did do their bit to try to shutdown BK by going after him https://i.redd.it/bv6cebj9z2p11.jpg This is the letter. They thought they were going to get somewhere on an unlimited statute of limitations. Thankfully, the bs is classified as a misdemeanor.

  116. mcnorman says:

    Seems like Flakey didn’t take that bs in the elevator well. Senator Jeff Flake Potentially Pressing Charges Against Sexual Assault Survivors & UltraViolet Members Who Confronted Him Earlier Today https://weareultraviolet.org/pressrel/senator-jeff-flake-potentially-pressing-charges-against-sexual-assault-survivors-ultraviolet-members-who-confronted-him-earlier-today/ I guess his legacy is now tainted as the most hated repub in town.

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