Mirror, Mirror

“Mirror, Mirror, on the wall, who’s the best President of them all?”

Be careful what you ask for.

“Motherfu . . .”

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177 Responses to Mirror, Mirror

  1. Anthony says:


    Denise’s boyfriend (Brandon Straka) teams up with Joy Villa on FBN’s “Mornings with Maria” yesterday


    • DeniseVB says:

      LOL, I do have a weakness for gay conservative men 😀

      Thanks for the link ! I saw it on WalkAway, but haven’t had time to watch it, I will this morning. Hey, I keep hearing rumbles about Joy, who I love, and her Scientology connections and how she’s using WA to recruit for them. I’ve seen nothing of the sort, may be trolls are infecting my brain trying to plant doubt and hate?

  2. lyn says:

    This is a hoax!

    • votermom says:

      what is a hoax?

    • DeniseVB says:

      LOL, I keep getting hoax alerts on almost every FB righty friends’ political posts, which are obviously exaggerated memes. Yet, never get them when one of my stupid lefty friends posts something from Occupy Democrats. Hmmmm? So far, they haven’t popped up for The Babylon Bee.

      • elliesmom says:

        I usually let things my lefty FB friends post slide by w/o commenting. They’re past hopeless, and I have other things to do, but when I see it’s from Occupy Democrats, I go all out to tear it apart. Another one of my conservative friends has caught on, and he’s decided to go after all of the Occupy Democrats posts, too. My younger brother has stopped linking to them because he gets stomped on by both of us. There are too many moles to whack all of them all of the time, but maybe if we all gang up, we can kill one mole at a time.

        • DeniseVB says:

          I have retired “professional” friends who post that crap and other Orange Man Bad links that are just stupid. Remember that 50 year old wedding photo I posted in the clubhouse? Sent by a friend from childhood who just retired after 53 years being a United Airlines flight attendant. Never married, no kids and she posts the most vile anti-Trump crap on her timeline. The latest being blaming Trump for cancelling her “dream” cruise to Cuba because of new sanctions. Or something. Yeah, I just scroll by. 😀

          • Mt.Laurel says:

            A dream cruise to Cuba 🇨🇺? That ship has not sailed since Nixon was best known for the Checkers speech.

      • Constance says:

        I admire you patience. My Democrat friends have been unfollowed on Facebook (but not unfriended) and if they act out the Trump hate in real life they get a political discussion they didn’t want. I was unhappy with Obama the whole time he was in and I didn’t drop a hate Obama comment every five seconds. Democrats are truly more annoying than those super religious people that mumbled “praise be to God” after every sentence or sports players that grab their nuts once a minute.

        • DeniseVB says:

          Constance ! If you’re on facebook and would like to be added to the “Secret” TCH clubhouse, email me at Broadway1697 at aol dot com with your real name so I can friend and add you 🙂 It’s not a cult, just a safe space from our lib friends and FAMILIES on FB.

  3. Anthony says:

    Joy Villa’s new song “Freedom – Fight For It” (also featuring Denise’s boyfriend)

  4. DeniseVB says:

    Spooky. Was getting ready to post a generic open thread when I decided to check the barn, good thing I did, this post came to my mailbox ! We would have posted at the exact same time……cue Twilight Zone music 😉 So here’s the tweet I used, now I’ll go take out the trash. LOL.

  5. DeniseVB says:

    I don’t think Mitch has anything to worry about, but I don’t trust anything political these days. Don’t take your eye off the ball ! He’s being targeted which means this lady will get tons of money and the progs will concentrate on the blue cities to GOTV in anyway possible.

  6. helenk3 says:

    Ross Perot died. just saw in on FOX

    • Somebody says:

      I was just coming to post same news about Perot. He was so right about NAFTA.

    • Dora says:

      It took a while for me to admit that I voted for him. My friends at the time thought he was a joke.

      I think he would have made a great president.

      R.I.P. Mr. Perot.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Oh no. The man who caused GHWB’s loss to Bill Clinton with 20% of popular vote? Ouch. Because Bush, Sr and Perot were besties for about a hundred years before that election. Barbara Bush whacked him good in her bio. Perot was right. RIP.

    • DeniseVB says:

    • elliesmom says:

      I worked in a big building on Technology Highway (rte 128 circling Boston). One of Ross Perot’s companies was next door, and we shared a cafeteria. I got to know some of the people who worked for him. He was quirky. He had a lot of rules his employees had to follow, like no facial hair allowed, but his employees loved working for him at that site.

    • taw46 says:

      As someone pointed out on twitter, when Perot said the GOPe/Bush people were out to smear he and his family, he was labeled as crazy. Knowing what we do today about the Deep State, not so crazy after all.

      • DeniseVB says:

        He tried to warn us. Perot turned on his good friend Bush Sr, because he was a lying sack of sh*t. It was personal, not politics.

  7. helenk3 says:


    there is a time to be quiet and a time to open your mouth. he should have kept quiet

    • DeniseVB says:

      I saw that earlier on another tweet, and the Hilbots were circling the wagons with I’ll believe him unless proven otherwise. LOL, they learned NOTHING from the impeachment, he’s a proven liar.

  8. helenk3 says:

    yes they are

  9. Dora says:

    I never knew this. I guess the more you look, the more dirt you find.

  10. DeniseVB says:


    • Constance says:

      That was enlightening! I thought the Democrat mouthpieces seemed reluctant to get behind this narrative and push. Epstein must have blackmail info on a lot of powerful men. I wonder if Epstein is the one who has Justice Roberts by the balls, someone does. Maybe it is Republicans who are sick of Roberts BS decisions who are pushing this case out into the open. The only way to stop Roberts is to drop whatever the blackmail info is in public so he can’t be controlled.

  11. helenk3 says:

    now the dems are whining about Sec Acosta and the Epstein case in Fla. tell me again who was president in 2008?

  12. Dora says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Yes, the left whined that VIP seats were given to VIP Republican donors at the event, they were given to Gold Star families and other living war and civilian heroes. Despite the rainy weather conditions, the reflecting pool area was packed back to the monument.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      All people who are not white do not have the same experiences, struggles and histories.

      True. But so is this:

      All people who are white do not have the same experiences, struggles and histories.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      She met Epstein when she was 16 while working at Mar-a-lago. The haters will make a big deal about it but she has never implicated Trump in any wrongdoing.

      • taw46 says:

        Well, she is believable. And she didn’t report him, they came to her. Just hard to comprehend the sickness here. And that Ghislaine Maxwell did what she did. Also hard to believe Dershowitz is involved in this, who’s telling the truth here? I mean, he did sue to get the court papers unsealed. Doesn’t seem like you would do that if you were guilty. Or would you?

  13. Myiq2xu™ says:

  14. helenk3 says:


    some great ideas on immigration from Victor Davis Hansen.

    I really like the idea of colleges like yale, harvard and others opening their dorms during the summer to them

  15. Myiq2xu™ says:


    Progressives wonder how in the world could anyone still support President Donald Trump. So here are ten reasons why more than 40% of the electorate probably does — and will.

    1. Voters appreciate that the economy is currently experiencing near record-low peacetime unemployment, record-low minority unemployment, and virtual 3% annualized GDP growth. Interest and inflation rates remain low. Workers’ wages increased after years of stagnation. The US is now the world’s largest producer of oil and natural gas. And gasoline prices remain affordable. The President continues to redress asymmetrical trade with China, as well as with former NAFTA partners and Europe. He jawbones companies to curb offshoring and outsourcing. The current economic recovery and low consumer prices have uplifted millions of middle-class Americans who appreciate the upswing.

    2. Trump does not exist in a vacuum. Many supporters turned off by some of his antics are still far more appalled by an emerging radical neo-socialist Democratic agenda. If the alternative to Trump is a disturbing tolerance among some Democrats for anti-Semitism, the Green New Deal, reparations, a permissive approach to abortion even very late in pregnancy, a wealth tax, a 70-90% top income tax rate, the abolition of ICE, open borders, and Medicare for all, Trump’s record between 2017-20 will seem moderate and preferable. Progressives do not fully appreciate how the hysterics and media coverage of the Kavanaugh hearings, the Covington teenagers and the Jussie Smollett psychodrama turned off half the country. Such incidents and their reportage confirmed suspicions of cultural bias, media distortions, and an absence of fair play and reciprocity.

    3.Trump can be uncouth and crass. But he has shown an empathy for the hollowed-out interior, lacking from prior Republican and Democratic candidates. His populist agenda explains why millions of once traditional Democratic voters defected in 2016 to him — and may well again in 2020. Some polls counterintuitively suggest that Trump may well win more minority voters than prior Republican presidential candidates.

    4. Trump may come across as callous to some, but to others at least genuine. He does not modulate his accent to fit regional crowds, as did Barack Obama,Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden. He does not adopt particular outfits at state fairs or visit bowling allies to seek authenticity. Like him or not, his Queens accent, formal attire, odd tan, and wild hair remain the same wherever he goes and speaks. Voters respect that he is at least unadulterated in a way untrue of most politicians. Big Macs convey earthiness in a way arugula does not.

    5. Even when Trump has hit an impasse, his supporters mostly continue to believe that he at least keeps trying to meet his promises on taxes, the economy, energy, foreign policy, strict-constructionist judges, and the border. So far his supporters feel Trump has not suffered a “Read my lips” or “You can keep your doctor” moment.

    6. Voters are angry over the sustained effort to remove or delegitimize a sitting president. Many of the controversies over Trump result from the inability of Hillary Clinton supporters to accept his shocking victory. Instead they try any means possible to abort his presidency in a way not seen in recent history. Trump voters cringe at such serial but so far unsuccessful efforts to delegitimize the President: the immediate law suits challenging voting machines, the effort to warp the Electoral College voting, initial impeachment efforts, appeals to the Emoluments Clause, the 25th Amendment, and the calcified Logan Act, the Mueller investigation that far exceeded and yet may have not met its original mandate to find Russian “collusion,” and the strange Andrew McCabe-Ron Rosenstein failed palace coup. All this comes in addition to a disturbing assassination “chic,” as Madonna, Johnny Depp, Kathy Griffin, Robert DeNiro and dozens of others express openly thoughts of killing, blowing up, or beating up an elected president. The Shorenstein Center at Harvard University has found that mainstream media coverage of Trump’s first 100 days in office ranged from 70-90% negative of Trump, depending on the week, an asymmetry never quite seen before seen but one that erodes confidence in the media. Voters are developing a grudging respect for the 72-year-old, less-than-fit Trump who each day weathers unprecedented vitriol and yet does not give up, in the Nietzschean sense of whatever does not kill him, seems to make him stronger.

    7. Progressives seemingly do not appreciate historical contexts. By past presidential standards, Trump’s behavior while in the White House has not been characterized by the personal indiscretions of a John F. Kennedy or Bill Clinton. His language has been blunt, but then so was Harry Truman’s. He can be gross, but perhaps not so much as was Lyndon Johnson. The point is not to use such comparisons to excuse Trump’s rough speech and tweets, but to remind that the present media climate and the electronic age of the Internet and social media, along with general historical ignorance about prior presidencies, have warped objective analysis of Trump, the first president without either prior political office or military service.

    8. Globalization enriched the two coasts, while America’s interior was hollowed out. Anywhere abroad muscular labor could be duplicated at cheaper rates, it often was — especially in heavy industry and manufacturing. Trump alone sensed that and appealed to constituencies that heretofore had been libeled by presidents and presidential candidates as “crazies,” “clingers,” “deplorables” and “irredeemables.” Fairly or not, half the country feels that elites, a deep state, or just “they” (call them whatever you will) are both condemnatory and yet ignorant of so-called fly-over country. Trump is seen as their payback.

    9. For a thrice-married former raconteur, the Trump first family appears remarkably stable, and loyal. The first lady is winsome and gracious. Despite the negative publicity, daughter Ivanka remains poised and conciliatory. The appearance of stability suggests that if Trump may have often been a poor husband, he was nonetheless a good father.

    10. Trump is a masterful impromptu speaker. Increasingly he can be self-deprecatory, and his performances are improving. Even his marathon rallies stay entertaining to about half the country. He handles crowds in the fashion of JFK, Bill Clinton, or Barack Obama rather than of a flat Bob Dole, Hillary Clinton or Mitt Romney.

    I stole this from CNN. No link because fuck ’em.

    Whenever someone claims to oppose Trump because of his sexual history or his style of speaking I remember the adage: “The only people outraged are the people who are always outraged.”

    • lyn says:

      Remember the asswipes who said Trump would not be president by the end of the year.

    • Somebody says:

      Had similar conversation with my CA liberal sister last night. She ranted about his infidelities. I said from the 80’s? You don’t believe in redemption? She said he hadn’t been contrite and did not deserve benefit of doubt, he’s a long time womanizer and men like that don’t change their stripes.

      I yelled out in a restaurant, “Well he hasn’t tucked any interns in the oval office”. She replies “Not that you know of and Clinton was contrite, don’t drag up ancient news”.I replied at the tip of my lungs “AYFKM? You bring up shit from the 80’s when DJT wasn’t POTUS and get upset when I bring slick Willy? Contrite? GMAFB, he was sorry alright, sorry Monica saved her blue dress”

      This came after she was down on Melania, the tax cuts, the 4th of July festivities, etc. She changed the subject after I jumped down her throat over the infidelity stuff. Later she calmly and quietly said DJT would win re-election if the D’s didn’t come up with someone else. She said she was yelling at her TV during the debates, went off about free shut, especially to illegals 😂 I said then vote DJT, she said never, but prefers him to current crop 🙄 Said she’d sit out election for 1st time in her life if things didn’t change……I was like, I’m cool with that. She’d rather cut off her finger than vote R anyway…..maybe her not showing up will help some down ballot R’s 😉

  16. Dora says:

    • Cisco says:

      I can’t ID .
      Is that a Duzzie?
      If you win hk3 ill chauffeur for free.
      But you’ll have to provide the hat👮

      • helenk3 says:

        yep. what kind of hat do you want to wear?

        • Cisco says:

          Remember the movie with Jerry Lewis, Family Jewels?
          In one of the character roles he played a chauffeur for a child who would eventually be discovered to be a heiress.
          Classic uniform.
          Black double breasted jacket with a black military style hat to match.

      • John Denney says:

        In the 80s I was hanging with the Newport Beach, CA, Jr. Chamber of Commerce, and volunteered with them to drive classic cars up onto the auction block.

        An owner told me his classic car was about out of gas, and would I please go fill it up. I agreed, and a Miss Newport Beach contestant asked if she could ride along. We both agreed.

        So, there I was, cruising Newport Beach in a mint condition 1930s Rolls Royce Silver Cloud with a blonde Miss Newport Beach contestant sitting next to me.

        Good times. 🙂

    • Constance says:

      Nice! Right in the middle of election season! Thanks for the entertainment President Trump.

  17. Dora says:

    OT – some good Sci-Fi on TCM tonight.

    My favorite – ‘Invasion of the Body Snatchers’. The one from 1956!

    • Cisco says:

      Over the weekend I watched The Day The Earth Stood Still, Angry Red Planet and Journey to The Center of The Earth.
      Thanks for the heads up.

    • Constance says:

      That movie scared the hell out of me! I think that is what happened to my now ex-husband. He got replaced by a pod person, he used to be nice and fun and his personality just changed. I’m sure it was the pods.

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  19. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Tucson is pronounced “Too-sawn” not “Tuck-sin”

  20. taw46 says:

  21. Cisco says:

    Ok… another snip from SCC.
    You might find this interesting or boring.
    I know, I post this stuff a lot.
    But I direct your attention to the quote of Da Mayor.
    Polices fault?
    We lock ’em up and the system prosecutes.
    Low or no bond.
    Community service?Bawahaaa 😂
    Remember, the murdeous conditions in Chicago are the CPD’s fault, not the 50 or 60 years of Democrat rule.
    “Another long holiday weekend, another slew of shootings in Chicago. Last week, Mayor Lori Lightfoot had outlined her plans for dealing with the expected surge of summer holiday violence. In all, an extra 1,500 officers were being put on the street.

    The results, however, were worse than last year, with the same number of fatalities, and even more wounded, according to the Chicago Police Department. Lightfoot discussed the weekend after another of her “Accountability Monday” meetings with police at City Hall.
    So far, not a single exempt members has been called on the carpet, publicly excoriated or demoted. So who exactly is being held “accountable?”

    It’s the police’s fault Groot says:
    Earlier in the day, CPD Supt. Eddie Johnson had blamed repeat gun offenders for much of the violence. Lightfoot agreed, and said CPD must communicate better with courts, “particularly about the necessity of keeping these violent gun offenders off the streets.”
    That’s not our job, nor is it Special Ed’s job. That’s YOUR job Groot – coordinate with the heads of other bodies of government and tell them their policies of releasing everyone on low bond / no bond are killing the “community.”

    Groot continues with the usual anti-gun lies:
    Lightfoot also called for “common sense background checks” and federal legislation to stop people from purchasing “unlimited quantities” of “military-grade weapons” across the state line Indiana.
    We’ll take “Crap that never happened for $500 Alex.” Do people (or folks) really believe this bullshit?

    And Special Ed showing just how “special” he can be:
    The challenge going forward for Chicago police, Johnson said, is how to stop repeat offenders, especially in the face of gang involvement in certain areas.

    “As a black man who grew up in public housing in the city of Chicago, I understand the stranglehold that gangs have on certain neighborhoods … because I lived it,” Johnson said.”

    “I also understand the struggle, challenges and lack of opportunities when you grow up in certain neighborhoods in Chicago, and if you look a certain way,” he added. “But despite all of that, there’s still no excuses, or justified reasons for carrying the guns in the city. None.”
    Except for Concealed Carry laws, right? Only those aren’t the people (or folks) shooting each other.

    No bar too high for this moron to jump once his boss tells him to leap.
    Labels: city politics

    • SHV says:

      It should be Crimesia raising Hell with the courts but she is the leader of “let them all go free” and no way Groot or Kidney Bean will call out the Queen of Affirmative Action.

    • lateblum says:

      Okay. Who is Groot? And Crimesia and the Queen of Affirmative Action? I feel so stupid. After reading the above comments I feel totally L. O. S. T. and I live here.
      Please help….

    • John Denney says:

      “Lightfoot also called for “common sense background checks” and federal legislation to stop people from purchasing “unlimited quantities” of “military-grade weapons” across the state line Indiana.”

      Indiana must be a terrible place, with far more gun violence than Chicago, since they have all those military grade weapons so readily available for the asking.

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  23. taw46 says:

    Schumer is a pig. Knew about Epstein for years and still accepted donations from him as did all the Dems. Now trying to make this all about Trump. GFY.

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  26. Myiq2xu™ says:

    This video shows why Antifas wear masks and hate journalists.

  27. votermom says:

    oh there’s a fb group called “make crochet great again”

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      A bunch of crochet-y old women.

    • elliesmom says:

      Ravelry’s registration is still closed.

      • votermom says:


        btw saw another new anti-ravelry site – fiberocity

        • elliesmom says:

          I’ve been signing up when I see them. Then I poke around a bit. I don’t knit much in the summer so I have some time to find a new knitting home.

          • Miranda says:

            I have enough patterns that I could knit until I was carried off in a coffin and still not get everything done.

          • elliesmom says:

            I tend to collect yarn more than patterns. When I quit Ravelry, I only had a dozen or so patterns stored there, and I had already made most of them. I have a couple of books that give me the number of stitches to make basic garments in different weights of yarn. I can add whatever stitch patterns I want to them. I do the same thing with sewing ppatterns, but my fabric stash makes my yarn stash look puny. I didn’t spend a lot of time at Ravelry, which is why it was easy to pack up and leave, but I do want a place I can post questions about knitting when I have them.

  28. taw46 says:

    In case you missed it last week, Carpe Donktum and his family with the President last week.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      They didn’t get a brief “Howyadoinnicetomeetchagottago” like a lot of politicians would do. They got a leisurely 30 minutes in the OO with just them and Trump. CD said his kids were really impressed.

      • taw46 says:

        And he is a nice person, he surprised @mad_liberals and took him along to meet the President.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Did anyone else scream out in their head “Don’t Touch That”. I’d be a wreck with my kids in the Oval, even in their adult bodies 😉

  29. taw46 says:

    Won’t see this on MSM.

  30. Mothy67 says:

    I have been reading and trying to make sense of Epstein case. Twitter has some pretty out there stuff. One said Trump had flown with Eps son. I can’t find any proof he has a son. Another said his former girlfriend was found unresponsive today. The kind of stuff that shows twitter in the worst light.
    Wasn’t he aware that he was being investigated? Why would he have thousands of pics in his safe if he knew they were looking at him? I want to see him go down and take down anyone who participated, but doubt hillary cabal will ever face justice so just looking at holes and conspiracies. It gets pretty freaky.

    • Constance says:

      He would keep the pictures if he was using them for blackmail. In that case they would also have old men in them.

    • taw46 says:

      Good point about the son, Tim. I never questioned that when I saw it, but it seems Epstein has NO children. Wonder where that came from? As for Ghislaine Maxwell, I haven’t seen anything about her being found unresponsive today. As part of the 2007 plea deal, Epstein had to register as a sex offender. Which means no photos of children in his possession, but he did it anyway. He had a sickness.

      • Mothy67 says:

        Twitter has a lot of people that post websites with scandalous headlines for click bait. I saw one today that claimed obama had descendants who were slaves. Huh?
        Truepundit is claiming to release an interview with a man who claimed bill clinton raped him as a boy on a yacht. Another had a claim there’s video of huma and hillary cut off a girl’s face and wearing it.

        • lateblum says:

          Sasha and Malia are Obama’s descendants. Poor girls.

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          Cutting off someone’s face and wearing it isn’t as easy as they make it look in the movies. It’s really uncomfortable and messy too. Take a big piece of skirt steak, cut a couple eye holes in it and try it on and you’ll see what I mean.

    • taw46 says:

      I saw a copy of some court document about the one plane ride Trump took from Daytona to NYC. It was Epstein’s brother who said that, he was on the plane. No girls. Somewhere it got twisted into “son”.

  31. Angie says:

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      I thought about adding “It’s the Jooz’s money. Amirite?” but Leftists don’t get sarcasm.

  32. Constance says:

    Hannity said tonight that the inspector general had to delay his report because Christopher Steele volunteered to be interviewed and was interviewed in June in the UK. Steele was afraid he was going to get thrown under the bus. What Steele said is causing the AG to have to reinterview some other witnesses because what they said does not match what Steele said. It seems like the Epstein thing and Barr recusing himself is part of this and is a payback takedown of Dems starting. I also think Justice Roberts is being blackmailed and the only way to stop his weird decisions is to out him. Maybe the Epstein thing is part of that. At any rate I don’t believe any of them give a rats ass about a bunch of young girls being used by old men.

  33. Mothy67 says:

    Rip Torn has died.

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  36. Cisco says:

    Trump rally in Cincinnati Ohio 1 August

  37. Dora says:

    This is a strange one. I bet Marylin would be pleased to know that she is still so popular. 🙂

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  40. Anthony says:

    Just heard UK ambassador resigned this morning because of leaked memo. Hope Nigel Farage gets the gig.

  41. DeniseVB says:

    Does the NYT ever research their own archives? Meanwhile, under Obama….

  42. DeniseVB says:

    Rapinoe was on the World Cup team 4 years ago, what? No Obama drama then?

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  44. Dora says:

    The president is our country’s best salesman!


    Qatar buys Boeing aircraft in ‘very large transaction,’ Trump says

    President Trump doubled as chief dealmaker on Tuesday. While hosting Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani at the White House Opens a New Window. , he disclosed an incoming order for Boeing Opens a New Window. .


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  46. Mothy67 says:

    And it gets worse

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