Never Forget

I’ll never forget where I was that day when I heard the news. I was sitting right where I’m sitting right now, doing pretty much the same thing I was doing then. Then my phone rang.

“Dude! Hillary is dead, man,” my buddy Ray-Ray said. “I just saw them loading her body into a coroner’s van. She was as lifeless as a sack of potatoes.”

As we all know now, Hillary wasn’t dead. She is undead. Apparently, someone forgot to pack a lunch for her and she was getting weak from hunger. Luckily, Chelsea always keeps a few small immigrant kids on hand in case her mother needs to feed. As soon as Hillary was able to chug down the life forces of the kids she was back to her normal self. (It only looked like she was drinking their blood.)

Never forget this important fact: The Democrat party has worse candidates than Hillary Clinton.

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119 Responses to Never Forget

  1. Dora says:

    • Anthony says:

      Clear beautiful blue skies in September still freak me out. I was part if the recovery effort for 2 months before I had to stop because of some of the findings we made. PTSD never goes away, you just learn to live with it.

      • Miranda says:

        I didn’t realize that. Bless you.

      • DeniseVB says:

        You are indeed one of the heroes I send a tribute donation to the 9-11 Foundation every year to honor. ❤ I wanted to visit and pay respects at Ground Zero in November that year but got overwhelmed by the lingering odor of death when I got within a few blocks. I couldn't go any further, what a gut punch. I don't know how you did it. {{{hugs}}}

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Sending Prayers 🙏🏽

      • swanspirit says:

        Hugs, Anthony! Lots of hugs! You are a hero!❤

        This day still freaks me out. Not on the level you experienced, I am sure, but my youngest son was already in the Army, and stationed in the Qatar, on a guard tower that checked vehicles going in and out, which prior to that event, was a country almost no one had ever heard of.

        Before 9/11, I used to talk to him by cellphone, regularly. Immediately afterward, they cut off all communications, because I tried to call him, and I couldn’t reach him for
        a couple of weeks. No calls to or from the U.S. were allowed. But calls from other countries, in Europe could go through. Go figure?

        Some friends I had in the U.K. called him for me, after about a week had gone by, and I was able to find out he was ok, and they were under a high level of security. I know it might not seem like a huge deal now, but then, in those moments, it was.

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        You are a brave soul Anthony. You could smell the smoke and ash and not so nice odors for a long while. I can only imagine it being right smack in the middle of one of the most densely populated areas on the planet.

        . I understand the beautiful blue skies seeming ominous. I was rather glad we had clouds and rain most of the week. Now the sun has come out and it looks like it did during my drive home around a deserted beltway right around this time (6:00 pm). Our offices were within the perimeter they set up around the pentagon. They had a lot of the staging in the parking lot. No traffic got past without clearing a checkpoint with ID that showed you lived with the inner zone. Most had to wait in their cars while it was verified. But even with all that activity outside our windows, it was eerily quite. The traffic was gone, no one at the stores or eateries, no buses or trucks. All air traffic had been halted and you realized you had become so accustomed to the constant sound of jets flying overhead that their absence was keenly felt . those of us in the office buildings were numb.

      • Island Girl says:

        Big huge hugs to you Anthony, love your guts🌺

  2. elliesmom says:

    I don’t think Hillary was a terrible candidate in 2008. She showed up at all of the right places and said all of the right things. In the spring she could feel the thing she had been working toward all of her life finally within her grasp. Don’t buy the story about her wanting to be an astronaut as a little girl. Those little girls went to MIT, not to Wellesley. She probably always imagined herself as POTUS. I bet sitting in her office in the East Wing while Bill worked in the West Wing drove her crazy, and Monica Lewinsky was only a very small part of it. Then the party she had done so much for and sacrificed so much of her integrity for gave the nomination to a grifter. At the time I thought it was because he was black, but that’s just the feature that made him so marketable. That’s when I think Hillary went off the rails, and her desire to become POTUS became a full-out obsession. She didn’t have the attitude that the presidency was owed to her in 2008. She still acted like she needed to earn it. In 2016, the entitlement vibe was overpowering.

    • Miranda says:

      I was proud to support her in 2008.

    • Constance says:

      I gave a lot of money to Hillary’s campaign in 2008 and I still have my Hillary 2008 gear. Imagine how different things would be if the Dems had let her win in 2008, and put Obama as VP. This year Obama would be running for his second term.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I thought the same thing. Had the ticket been Hillary/Obama in 2008 it would have been unbeatable with a look and lock towards 2016. Ok, it was still unbeatable with the O’Biden ticket, but Dems weren’t thinking this through the long term. In fact, they skipped over Biden in 2016 to give the first loser in 2008 a shot? That never made sense to me either.

        • 49erDweet says:

          The Dems have been making a habit of Not Thinking Things Through for several decades. THAT’s been their downfall, IMO. Playing the long game is the mark of a professional.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        First donations ever for me.

        • lateblum says:

          My first donation was to John Edwards. Then to HRC in 2008. And I never regretted either of those contributions. But I never donated to her in 2016 – she was a very different candidate then. Not one I could look up to, or trust.

          • DeniseVB says:

            Oh Lawdy, Lawd……after JRE dropped out in 2008, I snapped my wallet shut. My #WalkAway started then, because HE could have fought that and he didn’t.

      • Jentx says:

        Hillary chose that route sure they told her they wanted Obama but listen people we don’t live in a fucking fixed world we live in America and all Hillary had to do was step on that stage and Colorado grab that Mike and tell the American people what happened. I still remember sitting in a chair sobbing when she didn’t tell the truth when she Cowtowed when she became part of the problem I will never forget it I was alone I had the lights off and I knew my world would never be the same. This is how powerful the truth can be all she had to do was tell us what happened the whole world would have been on her side but she went with party over country she went with pride over what was right she sided with evil instead of standing up to those doing wrong and you know what that’s the devil those are the lies people believe the justifications the rationalizations that lead one down a road that they can never return from. I have nothing but disgust and hatred for her because she had the power and she threw it away for personal gratification. So what the Democratic party would have thrown her out guess what we would have thrown them out of our party and they could have walked home with the devil following and we would be a different country the Democratic party would still being something decent and Obama would never have destroyed this country. She is to blame for almost killing America because the power was hers the mic was in her hand and I think that’s what’s Driven her to be the insane person she is today cuz in her heart of hearts she knows oh she knows

        • lateblum says:


          “ This is how powerful the truth can be all she had to do was tell us what happened the whole world would have been on her side . . . and I think that’s what’s Driven her to be the insane person she is today cuz in her heart of hearts she knows oh she knows.”


        • lyn5 says:

          Hillary voters should have rejected Obama in 2008, but most didn’t. Now we have today’s violent and insane Democrat Party.

    • Anthony says:

      In 2008 she ran on the same populist/centrist platform that Trump ran on in 2016. In 2008 I supported her by doing phone banking and oppo research on Obama, which is why I couldn’t ever support him as a nominee.

      In 2016, Hillary ran on Obama’s platform, which in itself made her someone I couldn’t support. Her agenda changed, mine (actually, all of ours here) didn’t.

      • DeniseVB says:

        It seems Team Biden is running on the Hillary platform of 2016. Stay low, try not to embarrass yourself, call the oppo supporters “deplorable” then defer to your media whores. The Dems have learned NOTHING 😉

    • mcnorman says:

      POTUS or Queen of England. I know it is a rough stretch, but for Hilda anything is grabable.

      • mcnorman says:

        I do know someone who personally had to deal with Hilda during the WH days. She was then what she is today. She could control the cover better back in the day.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    This is a repost from the other day, but so few people knew about this Donald Trump who led the effort to rebuild the Twin Towers …. taller and stronger….. thought I’d catch a few more here 🙂

  4. helenk3 says:

    Just thinking, from Valley Forge PA to Shanksville PA, the willingness to fight for freedom still goes on in this country. I pray it never dies

  5. taw46 says:

  6. votermom says:

    hah! take that twitter! it kept hiding the gif and the pic on this post but I got around that

  7. Dora says:

  8. elliesmom says:

    From behind the WSJ paywall-

    WSJ Sept 10
    What Islamists and ‘Wokeists’ Have in Common

    Adherents of both pursue ideological purity, refuse to engage in debate and demand submission.

    By Ayaan Hirsi Ali

    ‘…I am not about to equate Wokeism and Islamism. Islamism is a militant strain of an ancient faith. Its adherents have a coherent sense of what God wants them to achieve on earth to earn rewards in the afterlife. Wokeism is in many ways a Marxist creed; it offers no hereafter. Wokeism divides society into myriad identities, whereas Islamists’ segmentation is simpler: believers and unbelievers, men and women.

    There are many other differences. But consider the resemblances. The adherents of each constantly pursue ideological purity, certain of their own rectitude. Neither Islamists nor the Woke will engage in debate; both prefer indoctrination of the submissive and damnation of those who resist.

    The two ideologies have distinctive rituals: Islamists shout “Allahu Akbar” and “Death to America”; the Woke chant “Black lives matter” and “I can’t breathe.” Islamists pray to Mecca; the Woke take the knee. Both like burning the American flag.

    Both believe that those who refuse conversion may be harassed, or worse. Both take offense at every opportunity and seek not just apologies but concessions. Islamism inveighs against “blasphemy”; Wokeism wants to outlaw “hate speech.” Islamists use the word “Islamophobia” to silence critics; the Woke do the same with “racism.”

    Islamists despise Jews; the Woke say they just hate Israel, but the anti-Semitism is pervasive. The two share a fondness for iconoclasm: statues, beware.

    Both ideologies aim to tear down the existing system and replace it with utopias that always turn out to be hellish anarchies: Islamic State in Raqqa, the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle. Both are collectivist: Group identity trumps the individual. Both tolerate—and often glorify—violence carried out by zealots.

    This Sept. 11, then, let’s dismiss the fairy stories about the enemies of a free society. Their grievances aren’t merely economic and they won’t be satisfied with jobs or entitlements. Their motivations are ideological and they will be satisfied only with power.

    I cling to the hope that most Americans are still willing as a nation to fight and, if necessary, to die to preserve our freedoms, our rights, our customs, our history. That was the spirit of Flight 93. It was the spirit that ultimately defeated al Qaeda and Islamic State. But it is not the spirit of today’s “woke” protesters. And it is time that we all woke up to that reality.’

    • Jentx says:

      This is one of the most brilliant and scathingly brutally honest analysis of current derangement syndrome about just everything he is spot-on to the point where I had to reread it like a hundred times and still can’t get enough of it because it gets to the core to the innermost core of what is wrong with just about everything.

    • Woke Lola says:

      She doesn’t take it far enough. “Black lives matter” and “I can’t breathe” are the shroud on the bloated corpse of Antifa. The wood of which the Trojan horse is built. The corpse is tattooed with #ACAB and the soldiers in the horse scream #DeathToAmerica. They are indistinguishable today.

    • Constance says:

      Maybe the Left coast can think about that while they choke on the polluted air from the deliberately set forest fires. “I can’t breathe” is real out here and people have died in the fires. they have caught multiple men setting these fires and yet the authorities keep telling us there is no deliberate movement setting the fires. Next it will be an endless lecture on global warming. NO, these fires are deliberately set by commies or their minions.

  9. foxyladi14 says:

    Medal for a Hero! ❤

  10. DandyTIger says:

  11. DandyTIger says:

  12. Angie says:

    Ho Lee Phuc — 2 nominations for actual accomplishments!

  13. Angie says:

  14. helenk3 says:

    Trump gets another ME peace deal. Isral and Baraine. just on FOX

  15. helenk3 says:

    Just think what this man could have accomplished if the dems had put America first and their hatred of him last

  16. helenk3 says:

    big pharma is a real problem in this country

  17. DandyTIger says:

  18. lyn5 says:

  19. foxyladi14 says:

    This is a beautiful tribute.

  20. Dora says:

    • lyn5 says:

      Make Marxist Super Spy Obama give his back.

    • Anthony says:

      This part must have frosted their delicate little cupcakes lol

      “Do we give the prize to Greta Thunberg, for screaming about the environment?” he asked. “The agreement he made between Israel and the United Arab Emirates could mean peace between Israel and the Arab world. That is like the [Berlin] Wall falling down.” 

  21. Constance says:

    It turns out that two men have been arrested for separately starting wildfires in Washington. Pretty sure this is just another Antifa drama, people are dying because of the fires. But not only do we have to live through this we have to listen to the global warming BS.

    • somebody says:

      Someone commented on another site about fires near them in Oregon. Said their SIL went into town and there were a bunch of strangers, antifa types talking about how they were going to burn it all down then that night fire started near them. I don’t recall where in Oregon.

      I know the one in CA was started by a gender reveal party firework, but I think maybe quite a few of the others have been arson.

  22. lyn5 says:

    • helenk3 says:

      the last time I saw something like that was when my who was 3 at the time, got hold of a marker and painted his 1 year old sister.

    • Constance says:

      It looks like abuse to me. When I see some of these Antifa types I get the feeling someone has scooped up a bunch of losers and is terrorizing them and controlling them through fear. They do some horrible stuff but I get a feeling they need to be rescued. She has a black eye, this looks like she has been held down and threatened and humiliated. Institution time.

      • Anthony says:

        I don’t believe they were terrorized. I believe they’ve been indoctrinated and brainwashed by our education system. I’d also like to know what Betsy DeVos has been doing about it.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Awwww, brings back memories of my working full time, getting 3 kids ready for school and dh on deployment. Good times, lol.

  23. helenk3 says:

    I just found out that the director of the nexflix film is a woman. What kind of woman would exploit kids like that? that bitch has no redeeming value

    • Constance says:

      Women are not morally superior. It’s really sad. If anything they are worse than men. Seattle and the state of Washington are run by women and they are far worse off since the women came to power.

    • elliesmom says:

      A lot of women don’t see this as exploitation. I have a friend with a 7 year old little girl. She sends her to “cheer lessons” every week in booty shorts and a crop top. But if you talk to her, she’s a real mamma bear about “protecting her daughter from predators”. Dressing her daughter that way and sending her off to bump and grind is about “women’s rights”. The problem is the evil men who want to stare at her daughter.

      • Mothy67 says:

        I think they could have avoided the controversy and told the story the critics say is important by going a few years older with the girls.
        I think Euphoria on HBO should warrant a bit more scrutiny and outrage. It is rated tv-MA, but is marketed to young girls. The critics love it. Sooooo much sex and nudity and drugs. 30 penises in one scene. It’s a complex show, but how many teens can sort through the fog. The show preaches the progressive gender fluidity theme. No real good straight white male characters. Pup’s mom watched it with her when she went for a weekend. I disagreed with that so I watched to know what I am dealing with as a result.
        All the teen targeted shows even on broadcast and cable are highly sexualized. Pretty Little Liars and Riverdale both had teachers having affairs.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I’ve seen more clips from this movie from more outraged people wondering why I need to see them. You know we all thought about this in Jon Benet-Ramsay days of toddlers and tiaras and her unfortunate death. Young gymnasts and figure skaters seem to attract pervs also. Back in the 80’s my dd had her first dance recital and I made the unfortunate mistake of taking MOM after her happy hour. It was a BFD to me, held at the prestigious Chrysler Hall in Norfolk. Mom blurts out, “big deal, they’re all going to grow up to become strippers anyhow”. R.I.P. Mom, you were right 😉 The mom who died the weekend after 9-11, and I swear, because she felt ignored.

  24. Mothy67 says:

    Judge Nap accused of sexual assault in the 80’s
    Should be easy verify the then young man’s story with court records. There is more to this accusation than anything presented against Kavenaugh.

  25. votermom says:

    • somebody says:

      I doubt his campaign would have a meeting about incontinence pads. A discussion like that would be kept to a tight inner circle. I doubt they would even consider anything short of a catheter if incontinence is an issue. In a business suit, it would be easy to hide a catheter bag by simply taping it to the inside of one of his legs.

      • elliesmom says:

        It’s not unusual for men his age to wear incontinence pads even if they aren’t on dementia meds. The “old folks industries” have come a long way. Only a young person would think visibility, leakage, and crinkly noises would be a problem. Incontinence underwear is sleek, invisible, and reliable. Disposable diapers for babies have been reduced in bulk so much sizing for toddler clothes has changed. So I give this 3 Pinnochios.

      • Constance says:

        Using a leave in catheter for any length of time just invites infection. Democrats seriously need to develop a habit of self reflection and drop the narrative production and incredible lie production. What does it say about them that Biden is the best candidate they could come up with.

  26. lyn5 says:

  27. John Denney says:

    Hillary: I was the best candidate ever!

    Biden: Hold my, uh, you know . . . the thing!

  28. Dora says:

    Abortion doctor who bragged about killing babies before they have a chance to scream has her medical license suspended

  29. swanspirit says:

  30. elliesmom says:

    Linda Darnell’s doppelganger is having a birthday today! She’s going to be 22. ❤

  31. Mothy67 says:

    Happy Bithday Helen!!!🚝🚝🚝🚝🚝🚝

  32. Mothy67 says:

    I wonder how much drinking is out of control. I know I can drink way too much. I would occasionally have an adult beverage at home by myself, but I didn’t sit and drink to get smashed alone. I’d go to the neighborhood bar and have a few over hours. I knew after a few days after Wolfe reopened liquor stores that buying a yuuuge bottle of booze was not going to work. I get a pint cause I have a hollow leg. A big bottle I will over pour myself. I won’t go back out to get more. I can and do keep an adult juice box around. Wine and beer make me tired. Liquor I can keep going. I do not drink if it’s just me and da pup, but I let loose watching these five part movie shows and talking to the TV.
    I know people who are filling the life void caused by corona with booze. Starting very early in the day alone. I know couples that are trapped together inside working from home. They are fastly becoming Mickey Rourke and Faydunaway in Barfly. Drunk at 5 pm. How long will they be able to function. She hit him with a lamp. They are professionals who only went out Friday nights so they would have a clear head on Mondays. It’s all so bleak and the elf tells people not until 2021 we we return to normal. I know I am depressed from this non-living. Imagine how this effects people in difficult life situations.
    Enough already I read my counties death toll daily. At least 80% is in long term care.

    • elliesmom says:

      I haven’t had any alcohol to drink since March. It’s the one thing I can’t get delivered. RI won’t even let me order specialty wines by the case to be shipped to me. I could go to the liquor store, but it would be a special trip out. I found a six pack of beer in the garage, but I’ve been using it to make beer-battered onion rings. There are a couple of bottles of bubbly wine in the house, but if I open one of them, I’d have to drink it all or toss what’s left. I don’t want or need a “champagne headache”. I really don’t miss it all that much. I can remember when I used to say, “Dinner without wine is lunch.” Now that I eat my main meal in the sfternoon, I’m always having “lunch” with or without wine.

    • Constance says:

      ” I read my counties death toll daily. At least 80% is in long term care.” Yes far more depressing than the death toll is the way government is being toyed with by Democrats and recovery is being blocked by people who are power hungry and want to punish us. Meanwhile the Sheeple just wander around blabbing the latest narrative and waiting for someone to give them an “A” in regurgitation and credentialize them. If ever there was a time that called for booze this is it. I’m actually watching college football since I can’t breathe outside due to Antifa fires in unmanaged Democrat forests. If anyone comes up and starts lecturing me on global warming there is no telling what will happen. Seattle smells like week old campfire smoke in your hair and clothes. I’m so glad last time this happened I back ordered a bunch of air filters and forgot to cancel the order cause those things are helping some.

    • Jadzia says:

      I drank WAY too much during our confinement. It feels so much better to have cut back to a normal amount.

    • Jadzia says:

      It didn’t help that the winemaker across the street was running a speakeasy out of his cave for the entire duration of confinement.

  33. Dora says:

    This is one to watch!

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