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Friday, January 13, 2017

Liberals confused by the fact that Conservatives disagree with each other...

It's become amusing to watch the hand wringing from the left over the (what they see as troubling) concept that not all of Trump's nominees for cabinet positions walk in lockstep with the concepts he has put forward. What's even more amusing is the hand wringing from the left, when they realize that it doesn't cause any real problems with people on the right that there is disagreement. 

Liberals prefer to be in lockstep with each other

Let's be clear. No newly elected President ever knew enough about all the nuances of the job to have successfully formulated an all encompassing plan during the campaign. They campaign on general themes and figure that the policy details will fall into place sometime after they are in the actual position. At least that is how any realistic Presidential hopeful would (or should) act.

Let's be doubly clear. If there was ever a newly elected President who didn't know what he didn't know... it would be Donald Trump. I firmly expect that the one thing he will "not" do as President is become stubborn about clinging to broad concepts he might have campaigned on, and rejecting any opinions that do not align. One thing about successful business people is that they are flexible. Flexibility would serve an administrator equally well in the political realm.

The reality is that other than being tougher on immigration (building a wall), repealing Obamacare, and creating a more business friendly environment, there is very little Trump was very specific about. "Make America Great Again" was a lot like "Hope and Change". It could be whatever you want it to be.

Now perhaps the left walks in a little more lockstep than the right does. At least they feel that it's important to put up a united front on pretty much everything. But conservatives tend to disagree among themselves and don't seem to think this is necessarily a bad thing. In my mind, I would rather have some honest disagreement, honest dialogue, and open discussions, than to see an entire cabinet made up of "yes men" who only are allowed to hold views that are consistent with the President.

The only consistency you heard from these candidates is that their opinions aside, they still answer to the President. I am sure they will make their collective cases to the President elect when they believe they are right. Oddly, I am pretty sure that the President elect will give them an honest listen and change his mind more often than we might expect a President to do so. At the end of the day, I would offer this as a potential "good" quality, rather than as a bad one. I also know this confuses most liberals.

95 comments:

Commonsense said...

Uniformity of thought is what liberals have in common with communists and fascist.

And intolerance of diversity of thought is another thing they have in common.

Witness the reaction of hollywood liberals when one of them show the least bit of support for Trump.

Loretta Russo said...

I'll tell you one thing.....

Roger is the Rosie O'Donnell of this blog. Both of them are bat shit insane over Trump.

KD, Alky is outraged by individual thought said...

HB and his low IQ ilk, they need Obama to lead them, with out the hand of the big Bro, what are these liberal dumbasses to do?

Snowflakes beware the earth is going to Warm ever Faster.


I asked an easy question to the Earth is on fire people that post on this the Adult blog.

Q, What is the tempiture of the Earth today and what should it have been without man ever being placed here by the hand of GOD?

A, **** Crickets****

KD, Alky you pussy said...

Rosie and Roger are both lying sacks of bat shit, they both said IF Trump was Elected they would leave the USA.


Both are still here.

rrb said...

Roger is the Rosie O'Donnell of this blog. Both of them are bat shit insane over Trump.
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rosie called for the imposition of martial law the other day to prevent trump's inauguration.

fucking whack-a-doo

Loretta Russo said...

"rosie called for the imposition of martial law the other day to prevent trump's inauguration."

Like Roger, she's waiting for her penis transplant.

KD , lowering wages on the poorest, nice job Barry said...

Alky brought two issues that he brought to the Adult blog and then ran from are these:

1, Alky said that Obama care was to cost only $1 Trillion more dollars ( a lie) and now that it looks be ending it will cost $3 Trillion to dismantle.

I asked her to explain how , he rain like the queen he is away.


His issue two, you and I have addressed, his issue President Trump is not going to have yes Women and Men around him, Alky a step in fetch thinks this is a very bad thing for the country, when asked how is that bad she ran off, again.


It is her way, he brings an issue to the Adult Blog then runs from his own posts, well, not really his posts, others work that he claims to be his.


I am so glad that CHT Started this Thread.


T/H to the insanity of HB and his lack of IQ.

KD, Dems got Nothing said...

Flashbacks are fun at the expense of Democrats.


"Republicans Set To Lose Senate Control

Democrats have a 78 percent chance of getting 50-plus seats in November, the HuffPost Senate model shows" Huffington Post, yeah now there is a group of crayon pushing liberals.

After a week of hearing on Trump nominations I think the Democraps have again told us what is important to them and how other nations hacked the USA.

One CA mutt asked the Sec of Defense , about pussy suckers and dick lovers and how they fit into bed with his thinking on keep a strong Leathel Fighting force at the ready.

His answer, madam it is not my concern who you bed down with, he pointed out his job was to kill the sorry fucks that mess with the USA .

Another Dimocrat asked Kansas CIA Nominee Mike Pompeo, about Gorebal warming, (as pointed out by a poster here) He smirked at the question and then burned the stupid bitch to the ground on what his job really is, to fight to defend the USA in the collection and defense of our secrets.

It was so wonderful to see those Liberals getting Skooled and to see the open Obama legacy in full view.

KD, Bankers Happy with Trump said...

Like Roger, she's waiting for her penis transplant. " Ette


Maybe ole Roger the dodger of his own issues can get Hillary's.

rrb said...




"Obama's final speech, amazingly, could have been given, nearly unedited, in 2008. Why it even ended with 'yes we can.' Is there more powerful evidence of the emptiness of the intervening two terms? When your final statement is a reprise of your first, you have unwittingly confessed to being nothing more than a historical parenthesis."

—Charles Krauthammer



rrb said...



It is clear that there are going to be many incredibly ugly scenes, disruptions, and arrests on Inauguration Day, which the mainstream media will allow to overshadow the inaugural events.

It's a pity. As disappointed, fearful, and upset conservatives were when Obama was elected in 2008 and 2012, no one on the right protested his elections or tried to ruin his inaugural events. This kind of vulgar indecorum and poor sportsmanship is strictly a left-wing thing.

https://pjmedia.com/trending/2017/01/12/left-wing-protest-group-admits-goal-is-to-prevent-peaceful-transfer-of-power/

caliphate4vr said...

What I think this story, and the general discussion about how to cover people in the future is missing, is that Obamacare is so flawed that by itself it is manufacturing plan premium levels that are at least 30% to 40% higher than they need to be.

Readers of this blog are probably tired of hearing me point out that the Obamacare insurance exchanges cover only about 40% of those that are subsidy eligible, when the longstanding insurance industry underwriting rule calls for 75% of an eligible group to be covered in order to have enough healthy people enrolled to pay the costs of the sick. But again it is this critical point that is being missed.

What would happen if the plans were more attractive––if people saw value in them? And, if we had 75% of the eligible group signing up as a result, what impact would that have on current premiums?

I have asked a number of health plan actuaries that hypothetical question. Hypothetical because the health plans don't have the flexibility to rearrange the product pieces so as to make the insurance plans more attractive.

Their answer has consistently been that prices could come down at least 30% to 40% from 2018 prices. Said another way, the anti-selection load the current Obamacare exchange plans are carrying is worth at least 30% to 40%. And, that makes sense. When Obamacare launched for 2014, the carriers conservatively priced for an acceptable claim level. The reality was much higher––2018 prices are now about 30% to 40% higher after adjusting for baseline trend.

Here is a hard concept to grasp but one that is real––fix the plan designs and we can reduce the medical loss ratios by encouraging an influx of relatively healthy people that can pay the claims of these same sick people from the extra premiums that come from more relatively healthier people signing up. With a better enrollment, we can pay for these same sick people, and the claim costs of the new enrollees, and charge premiums that are substantially less than today's.

In other words, it's not so much the numerator of the medical loss ratio that has to change (the claims), it is the denominator (the total premium). We can fix the premium problem two ways. We can raise prices––which is what has been painfully been going on for three years. Or, we can increase the denominator by getting more healthy people into the pool.

KD, Cali is the best on ObumbleCare said...

Cali, you opinion please.

HB said it will cost 3 Trillion dollars to wind down ObamaCare,, I threw the BS Flag and HB ran from his issue.

KD, Our Enemies don't care about bathroom sex said...

RRB, that quote is so spot on.

This explains the DemoRat Party today.

BB KING said it Best

rrb said...


great piece cali.

liberals will never make an honest effort to replace the ACA with a workable alternative because, as with all liberalism's failures, they simply refuse to take that basic first step -

to admit they were wrong. socialism in any form fails every single time it is tried.

even stevie wonder can see that 0linsky-care is a massive raging dumpster fire of dogshit.

KD, End the USDA said...

I was over at my favorite liberal "safe zone" the Huffington post and they are having a very hard time watching the End of ObamaCare, recall how many times we got TOLD it was the Law of the Land and there is NOTHING we Republicans will ever be able to do about it.


Well those save zone cry babies, say IF Republicans are Successful at ending the ACA, what other programs will find the butcher block in the next 4 years?

Roger Amick said...

Chris Matthews signed off today with this thought and I'm working from memory, but it's dam close.

When he was working for Tip O'Neil when Reagan was President, and before that, when either party won, they would work together and compromise for the good of the country. Now both parties are doing every thing possible to do any thing except to oppose them, because they don't want the opposition to get any credit.

My thoughts are these. The new way of not doing business late in the Clinton administration. The Republicans despised Clinton and tried to impeach him. And after speaker Newt Ginrich worked on welfare reform and a couple other issues. The hard core Republicans removed him from the speaker's chair.

And after 9/11, the two parties worked together for a while, then under the influence of karl Rove, Bush declared a war on terror, and if anyone disagreed with tactics, they were attacked as traitors. From that point on, through the rest of Bush's terms in office and it continued from day one Obama was sworn in.

Look up George Washington's farewell address. He warned us, this was before we had established parties, that someone might get elected, who will act in ways very detrimental to the country. Read it and think about how it is almost an exact warning about electing someone like Donald Trump, 240 years ago. We must not let this man put our nation in danger. He's already acting in ways, with his tweets and flat out lies, that most of his supporters either ignore or find them justifiable.

And fyi to the regulars, this is Roger Amick speaking for himself, not anyone else, the non anonymous blogger.

Roger Amick said...

But conservatives tend to disagree among themselves and don't seem to think this is necessarily a bad thing.

Seriously?

Look at the last six years. The "freedom caucus" made up mostly tea party movement congressmen has effectively has been able to block votes in the house.

Examples:

Immigration reform, passed with a bipartisan vote in the Senate. If they allowed it to be voted on, because it would have been passed.


Has blocked any Republican health care bill to be considered.

You know better.

Roger Amick said...

Added to that, what happened to Newt Gingrich?

caliphate4vr said...

Idiot the R's lost 5 seats in the 98 midterms the worst showing from a party that didn't hold the whitehouse in 64 years

That's why Newt resigned and this has been explained to you numerous times

KD, LOL @ The Mutt Daily said...

HB has a low IQ, he is nearly unable to learn.

Cali, you have explained many issues to him as have I and still he holds to old 1952 data streams.

Newt , well he was the most successful Speaker of the US House Ever.

Since he left public service he has made 100's of Millions of Dollars explaining politics and other issues thru his books. I am sure you were really concerned.




KD, HB, Did Hillary WIN the Election? said...

Hummm, Lookie Lookie

New Jobs, UNION and HIGH TECH, 1,600 new jobs .

CNN, This is got to be Heartbreaking to you Liberals, why is it Trump is winning like this and Obama lost?

Lockheed Martin Corp (LMT.N) is close to a deal to significantly lower the cost of its F-35 aircraft, Chief Executive Officer Marillyn Hewson said on Friday after meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump.

"I certainly share his views that we need to get the best capability to our men and women in uniform, and we have to get it at the lowest possible price," Hewson said to reporters in Trump Tower."

Loretta Russo said...

"That's why Newt resigned and this has been explained to you numerous times"

Poor Roger.

Reduced to obnoxious spamming to get attention.

KD said...

"Economists agree that unemployment benefits remain one of the best ways to grow the economy in a very immediate way," House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (R-Calif.) said at a news conference on Thursday.

This was the last Majority Leader of the DemocRats in the US House.

That kind of thinking took food stamp recipients from around 32 million in 2009 to today's 44 Million standing in the electronic soup line.

That kind of thinking took the labor participation rate from 65 % to below 63%.



KD, HB how will you afford higher taxes said...

“The trajectory of revenue growth is declining,” CA Gov MoonBeam.

Wait, what, taxing everything and overspending is not the formula for CA Utopia?


By John Myers •
"Less than four years after declaring California’s budget balanced for the foreseeable future, Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday said the state is projected to run a $1.6-billion deficit by next summer..."

KD, LOL @ HB every day said...

RRB I only go to the HB Blog aka the trash child's blog to read your threads.

HB has posted 23 treads and two comments total have been posted ,,,,,

rrb said...


yeah, the alky has pretty much burned the legacy blog to the ground.

if it weren't for the alky posting childish alky posts and clicking the shit out of the refresh button there wouldn't be any page views at all.

he's pathetic.

Roger Amick said...

It's fun to come here, comment intelligently, and drive Loretta, Jimmy and the rest over the cliff.

Got Beaners?

Got a wall with armed stations with orders to shoot to kill, men, women and children, and leave the bodies to rot, as a warning to any other Beaners who might cross the Trump Wall?

Yes we do.

Roger Amick said...

I have already intimated to you the danger of parties in the State, with particular reference to the founding of them on geographical discriminations. Let me now take a more comprehensive view, and warn you in the most solemn manner against the baneful effects of the spirit of party generally.

This spirit, unfortunately, is inseparable from our nature, having its root in the strongest passions of the human mind. It exists under different shapes in all governments, more or less stifled, controlled, or repressed; but, in those of the popular form, it is seen in its greatest rankness, and is truly their worst enemy.

The alternate domination of one faction over another, sharpened by the spirit of revenge, natural to party dissension, which in different ages and countries has perpetrated the most horrid enormities, is itself a frightful despotism. But this leads at length to a more formal and permanent despotism. The disorders and miseries which result gradually incline the minds of men to seek security and repose in the absolute power of an individual; and sooner or later the chief of some prevailing faction, more able or more fortunate than his competitors, turns this disposition to the purposes of his own elevation, on the ruins of public liberty.

Without looking forward to an extremity of this kind (which nevertheless ought not to be entirely out of sight), the common and continual mischiefs of the spirit of party are sufficient to make it the interest and duty of a wise people to discourage and restrain it.

It serves always to distract the public councils and enfeeble the public administration. It agitates the community with ill-founded jealousies and false alarms, kindles the animosity of one part against another, foments occasionally riot and insurrection. It opens the door to foreign influence and corruption, which finds a facilitated access to the government itself through the channels of party passions. Thus the policy and the will of one country are subjected to the policy and will of another.

There is an opinion that parties in free countries are useful checks upon the administration of the government and serve to keep alive the spirit of liberty. This within certain limits is probably true; and in governments of a monarchical cast, patriotism may look with indulgence, if not with favor, upon the spirit of party. But in those of the popular character, in governments purely elective, it is a spirit not to be encouraged. From their natural tendency, it is certain there will always be enough of that spirit for every salutary purpose. And there being constant danger of excess, the effort ought to be by force of public opinion, to mitigate and assuage it. A fire not to be quenched, it demands a uniform vigilance to prevent its bursting into a flame, lest, instead of warming, it should consume.

Roger Amick said...

Jeff Jeans, a cancer survivor who owns a small business in Arizona, confronted House Speaker Paul Ryan during a CNN town-hall event on Thursday night over the future of the Affordable Care Act, the healthcare law better known as Obamacare.

Jeans said he was a lifelong Republican who worked on the campaigns of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush and that he disliked the ACA when it was passed.

"Just like you, I was opposed to the Affordable Care Act," Jeans told Ryan. "When it was passed, I told my wife we would close our business before I complied with this law."

But then he said the law saved his life. Soon after it passed, he said, he learned he had cancer and was given six weeks to live. He said he was able to get insurance, which allowed him to receive treatment, through the Affordable Care Act.

"Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, I'm standing here today alive," Jeans said. "Being both a small-business person and someone with preexisting conditions, I rely on the Affordable Care Act to be able to purchase my own insurance. Why would you repeal the Affordable Care Act without a replacement?"

As Ryan began his answer, saying the GOP planned to replace the law when repealing it, Jeans interrupted to add a message onto his question.

"Can I say one thing?" Jeans said. "I want to thank President Obama from the bottom of my heart because I would be dead if it weren't for him."

http://www.businessinsider.com/paul-ryan-obamacare-cancer-survivor-jeff-jeans-2017-1

Loretta Russo said...
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Loretta Russo said...

" the alky has pretty much burned the legacy blog to the ground. "

He's doing the same thing to this blog.

I wonder why he hates CH so much.

rrb said...

I wonder why he hates CH so much.
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like most liberals, he's just a fucking asshole.

it's not anymore complicated than that.

Roger Amick said...

CH and I get along a lot better than you know.

You think a quote from the farewell address by George Washington is spam. It went way over your empty skull.

It warned us about your hero.

Roger Amick said...

From their natural tendency, it is certain there will always be enough of that spirit for every salutary purpose. And there being constant danger of excess, the effort ought to be by force of public opinion, to mitigate and assuage it. A fire not to be quenched, it demands a uniform vigilance to prevent its bursting into a flame, lest, instead of warming, it should consume.

Absorb that.

rrb said...



but that's just it alky, you don't comment intelligently. like james the pederast, you paste idiocy.

constantly.

and it's childish and boorish.

on the rare occasion when you do compose an original thought, it's so devoid of logic and reason it's unintelligible.

i almost feel sorry for you. almost. it's got to be tough to sit in front of your computer all day every day with this blog being your only connection to the outside world.

Loretta Russo said...

Sure, drunkard.

That's why he blocked you on Facebook.

CH is a nice guy and obviously feels sorry for you.

rrb said...

Blogger Roger Amick said...
CH and I get along a lot better than you know.
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yeah, getting blocked on facebook is a sign of an excellent relationship.

a cyber restraining order.

classic.

rrb said...

You think a quote from the farewell address by George Washington is spam.
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it is when you post it. especially since it has absolutely zero fucking relevance to the galactic asshole who is about to exit the white house.

KD, Hillary Donates 12 Million to pay health care of others said...

Clock : Count Down to Melt Down, PSA For All you snowflakes , The Swearing in of President Trump

Senator Sanders (should be president , not for the under table dealings of DNC and Hillary) Said:
30 Million illegal and legal "Americans" will los coverage and "36,000 a year will die".

You guys ran on this and the end of welfare and the end of Medicare and the End of Socialist Insecurity, and you lost, Yuge, from the President to Animal Control Officer. SO please, I beg you, continue to do your very best to scare the voters , so in 2018 you can look back and still be asking, why are we ever more out of favor with America Voters.

KD said...

yeah, getting blocked on facebook is a sign of an excellent relationship.

a cyber restraining order.

classic." RRB

Thanks for letting US all know what a asshole HB is, not just here,but his pollution of the internet in whole.

Loretta Russo said...

"almost feel sorry for you. almost. it's got to be tough to sit in front of your computer all day every day with this blog being your only connection to the outside world."

SO glad he can't post selfies here.

,........***shudder***.......

Roger Amick said...

I'm not blocked.
All you have are insults.

George Washington went over your heads.

Approaching five years. People like that usually don't go back.

My doctors all are very pleased with my sobriety. My new internal medicine doctor said that many of his patients can't do that.

Gym today, then football.

KD, Hillary won Election, but will not be US 45th Pres said...

I do feel sorry for HB, he is financially broke, he and his wife are on Medicaid and he has a brain of a 12 year old on crack cocaine.

His debating style is this, none. He is stuck with a 1950's data base and his debate points are pre- nov 8th, 2016.

He brings his issues here , then when question runs from them, because after all , he had to cut n paste them so he knows nothing of the issues.

So I feel sorry for those so very less fortunate then I.

KD said...

Koch Brothers helping fund Ex-Cons learn a skill to pay for themselves and out of Prison, with the assistance of Congressman Allisha Cummings Democrat and a very cool guy also putting his money in Mike Rowe

If you don't know who Mike Rowe is your are out of touch.

Indy Voter said...

Bush had very good knowledge of the job when he was inaugurated in 1989. Nixon knew a lot, and Clinton would have if she were being inaugurated next week.

What I can't find is someone who knew as little about the job as Trump before being inaugurated. Carter probably comes closest among elected presidents in my lifetime.

cowardly king obama said...

"Look up George Washington's farewell address. He warned us, this was before we had established parties, that someone might get elected, who will act in ways very detrimental to the country."

WOW, he sure hit the Obama nail on the head. Maybe it was because he was so rich, though Trump will now pass him. And, unlike Obama, Trump will put America first.

It's going to be a GREAT sixteen years.

Loretta Russo said...

If a two-bit community organizer/back bench Senator from Chicago can be President, it'll be a breeze for Trump.

KD said...

The problem with every liberal is that they think they won in 2016. They believe that their policies are the right ones.

However, never have we had a leftist like Obama, he was suppose to be dynamic and smart a real leader and all he did nothing for the blacks.

Enough of them voted trump with woman and Hispanics to give Trump the Win, or better put to defeat Obama/Hillary you know, sold as a third term of failures..

KD said...

What I can't find is someone who knew as little about the job" Indy


A Yuge plus if you ask me.

The founding fathers are more like Trump , less or not at all like the 8 year disaster known as Obimbo.

KD said...


"Obama Can and Should Put Merrick Garland on the Supreme Court

The outgoing president has one final trump card—and he should play it.



By David Dayen

November 16, 2016"

I want Obama to do this, please, do it.

KD said...

Many US President's did not have prior Political Experience

Roger Amick said...

A 22-year sex worker named Ivana Kamensky, claims she was one of the prostitutes who had sexual intercourse with Donald Trump in Moscow in 2011, adding that the American President had the smallest penis she had ever seen.

In an interview with the Moscow Daily Herald, the young woman described in great details the night that she allegedly spent in Mr Trump’s hotel room five years ago.

Ms Kamensky claims she was hired by Donald Trump along with two of her friends to perform several degrading sex acts, like urinating on him and on each other.

She said that she had been shocked by the incredibly small size of his penis, and remembers laughing about it with the other two girls.

“Many parts of his body are too small, not only his hands,” she told the Moscow Daily Herald. “I’ve slept with hundreds of men and I’ve seen some small penises, but he’s by far the smallest I’ve ever seen.”

She described Mr.Trump’s genitals as being the size of a grape, barely one inch (2.5cm) long when fully erect.

Roger Amick said...

K'putz, we are far from a financial failure. Six figures isn't broke.

I just finished a workout that would have put you in the hospital.

Roger Amick said...

Indy, I didn't vote for Carter either time. He was a two term governor.

Obama didn't have a lot of experience, but he's a natural politician.

His domestic record will be seen as pretty solid. 79 consecutive months of job increases is a record. We may have been going to have another Great Depression. His effort to keep General Motors was successful. Perfect? No but if President McCain had those numbers, the truthers would be calling for his head on Mount Rushmore.

Foreign affairs, mixed, but sometimes it takes years to judge their success or failure.

Paris and Iran will be seen as successful.

Syria, no, but again history will tell. Bid Laden is rotting in hell.

Loretta Russo said...

" do feel sorry for HB, he is financially broke, he and his wife are on Medicaid and he has a brain of a 12 year old on crack cocaine."

He's a dried up old drunk, nothing more.

Roger Amick said...

Is that all you have, Loretta?

I'm a happily married, financially secure, respected among friends, family and co workers from my 20 year career at Kaiser Permanente Facilities Services. I come here to kick your sorry asses, rhetorically.

At my AA meetings, I'm a talented speaker. I have been thanked by several people, who thank me for helping and inspiring them. Take care, Alzheimer's disease is a tragedy.

Loretta Russo said...

Dried up drunk.

Roger Amick said...

Recovering alcoholic, just like George W. Bush.

Loretta Russo said...

Yawn.

W isn't a dry drunk like you.

rrb said...



the alky "forgot" the link again...

http://www.fakenewschecker.com/fake-news/russian-hooker-who-had-sex-donald-trump-mocks-his-%E2%80%9Ctiny-penis%E2%80%9D

"Untrustworthy News
Read with an open mind. This news source is untrusted and controversial. This article is for informational purposes only. Check the facts against multiple trusted news sources."



hack, hack, hack...


Loretta Russo said...

Thanks Rat.

I don't read Roger's bullshit, childish spam.

KD, HB Financial Broke said...

Rat is doing us all a Public Service by actually reading the low IQ racist rants of HB.

So the left has openly said it, Trump is not a legitimate President of these divided states.

This was how Obama started in his campaign and this is his legacy a divided nation and a piss poor economy for the middle income and low class blacks.

We know that liberals have done more damage to the blacks in this nation then all other groups combined.

KD, CA Gov Targets Pensions for Higher Taxes said...

HB, you make a common dumb ass mistake economically and financially, I could do you a Yuge favor and point it out, but , when I did you would only get madder at me then you already are.

CA MoonBeam makes case for higher taxes on all income, targeting pensions.

1.6 Billion short fall in tax receipts, CA is one of the heaviest taxing states in the DIS-Union.

Yet, it is far short of the needs of to give free shit to the illegals and home grown interlopers.

KD said...

The Lowest IQ on the net said this, and he meant it.

"Paris and Iran will be seen as successful." HB

KD, Perverted HB shows his love said...

Roger loves small penis men.

Commonsense said...

A 22-year sex worker named Ivana Kamensky, claims she was one of the prostitutes who had sexual intercourse with Donald Trump in Moscow in 2011

This is just a sample of Roger commenting "intelligently" on this blog.

Roger Amick said...

Satire escapes the truthers.

KD said...

HB told us that Obamacare if left alone would cost the $1 Trillion Obama said it would, however, Cali proved time and again it is to cost 2.2 Trillion.

HB went on with a cut n paste to say taking down Obamacare will cost $3 Trillion.

I asked for him to explain how that is possible, he then RAN from his own issue as he always does.

Commonsense said...

Roger Amick said...
Satire escapes the truthers.


Oh I think they have a pretty good handle on an idiot who is backtracking after putting up an embarrassing post.

KD, HB is back and still running away said...

How has the black voter that moved to Trump do under Obama?

Very poorly, the lost more then any other race in the USA.


KD, LOL @ HB Daily said...

The black pres loves him some him, but, what about the people that voted in lockstep twice for him.

"African American Income


Black Median Household income: $35,481
(all races $53,657)
All Black Workers 2015 weekly earnings:$624
(all races $803)
Black Men weekly earnings: $652
(All men $889)
Black Women weekly earnings: $608
(All women $721)
SOURCE: 2015 3rd Quarter: Bureau of Labor Statistics – 16 Years or Older & 2014 Census Bureau American Community Survey."

This is success IF your HB. He loves small penis men and poorer blacks.

rrb said...

Blogger Roger Amick said...
Satire escapes the truthers.
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uh huh.

as the alky posts a trump as the joker meme for the umpteenth time.

Roger Amick said...

I must be the subject of 75% of the posts.

Hilarious

wphamilton said...

Q, What is the tempiture of the Earth today and what should it have been without man ever being placed here by the hand of GOD?

288 Kelvin (15°C) from calculating the incident energy of the sun and black body radiation. This is higher than the simple black body (279°K) due to atmospheric gasses reflecting longer wave radiation back to the surface.

It would be somewhat lower without our contribution of greenhouse gasses.

The question you should be asking in this context (presumably climate change), is about the temperature of the lower troposphere and the oceans.

Roger Amick said...

Trump’s Promises Are Empty:’ Energy Experts Lay Waste to His Proposals
BY THE GUARDIAN – SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

From making coal great again to ‘cancelling’ the Paris accord, industry analysts say Trump's ideas are farfetched
By Peter Stone

Donald Trump’s energy agenda — which includes pledges of “complete energy independence,” making coal great again and ditching the Paris climate deal — is drawing bipartisan fire from industry analysts, former members of Congress, and even one coal mogul.

All of them, to varying degrees, fault the billionaire’s basic premises and call his promises farfetched and at times contradictory.

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Republican presidential candidate Donald trump has referred to climate change as a hoax.

They say the Republican presidential candidate uses faulty math to tout his vision of America’s energy independence, fails to understand energy economics in his pledge to revive the coal industry, and is peddling a big myth by claiming that global warming is a hoax.

Some energy analysts also observe that Trump’s energy prescriptions, including big regulatory cutbacks that have long been industry wishes, are politically expedient and unrealistic. In making his promise to “save the coal industry,” for instance, Trump has backed slashing environmental rules, taking that message to West Virginia earlier this year, when he pledged that the state’s miners, as well as those in Ohio and Pennsylvania, “are going to start to work again, believe me.”

But Charles Ebinger, a senior fellow at Brookings for energy security and climate issues, told the Guardian that “coal jobs aren’t coming back and for Mr. Trump to say they’re coming back is erroneous and fanciful.” Noting that cheap natural gas has been the primary driver behind years of decline for the coal industry, Ebinger added that Trump seems to be “pandering to coal miners.”

Other analysts concur. “Donald Trump’s promise to revive the US coal sector can only be realized by reining in hydraulic fracking,” said Jerry Taylor, the president of libertarian thinktank the Niskanen Center.

“That’s because low-cost natural gas (courtesy of fracking) has done far more to shut down coal-fired power plants and, correspondingly, reduce demand for US coal than has EPA regulations. Given that he promises exactly the opposite — moving heaven and earth to increase US natural gas production — Trump’s promises are empty.”

Even Trump backer and coal mogul Bob Murray, who runs Murray Energy, which has given $100,000 to a pro-Trump Super Pac, says that the coal industry won’t ever be great again. “I don’t think it will be a thriving industry ever again,” Murray told an energy publication this year. “The coal mines cannot come back to where they were or anywhere near it.”

Likewise, Trump used dubious data when he spoke at an energy event in May in North Dakota arranged by fracking billionaire Harold Hamm, a key Trump policy adviser who has been mentioned as a possible energy secretary and recently hosted a big campaign fundraiser.


Trump famously tweeted in 2012 that the “concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. manufacturing less competitive.” Taylor called this “risible.”

“Not one scintilla of evidence exists to back the charge up,” he said. “It’s another example of his willingness to say anything at all — no matter how ridiculous or dishonest — to justify the know-nothingism of his base.”

Trump denied during Monday’s presidential debate having said such a thing, but in a speech last December he referred to global warming as a “hoax” three times in one sentence.

Roger Amick said...

Echoing some of Hamm’s priorities, Trump pledged to lift moratoriums on energy production in federal areas, to revoke policies that limit new drilling technologies and to “cancel” the Paris agreement.

Trump also promised “complete energy independence,” a bullish commitment since about a quarter of US energy needs are met by imports, and one that relied on flawed projections of proven oil reserves. Trump stated that the US had 1.5 times the oil of all OPEC countries combined. But at the end of 2014, the US had proven reserves of just under 40 billion barrels, while Saudi Arabia alone had proven reserves of 268 billion barrels.

Similarly, Trump claimed that constructing the Keystone XL pipeline — which, unlike Hillary Clinton, he backs — would create and support 42,000 jobs. But industry projections suggest that building the pipeline would yield about 6,000 jobs directly, and another 7,000 jobs indirectly.

Ex-Conoco Phillips lobbyist Don Duncan compared Trump’s energy proposals to those of an “old snake oil salesman,” saying: “Trump’s energy cures are based on a lot of numbers that clash with energy industry data and scientific studies.”

Trump’s penchant for ignoring facts and hard evidence is also underscored by his attacks on global warming and the Paris accords.

KD, said...

HB seeing you post nothing but cut n paste begs the question, are you taking over for Jane (RIP)?

I know you are pissed , you are with HER, we get it. Does it help your fragile snowflakiness to post things that you see are anti- Trump?

rrb said...


recycling an old guardian trope from september of last year?

LOL.

welcome to the present day, alky.

and on friday trump will be your president.

DEAL WITH IT.

KD said...

WP I don't worry about the Oceans, Obama has cooled them and they have dropped.

“This was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow, and our planet began to heal" Obama saved us all from death, thank GOD he sent his only black son to spare us.

The difference IF and I don't accept your projections, is tiny.

KD said...

on friday trump will be your president" RRB
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Not so fast the old out of date and slow IQ Black Congressman says Trump is white and not a woman so he can not be the president to over turn all the Son of GOD Obama has put in place with his phone and pen.


Again, the press is not to be trusted, they lost that right with the removal of all question of leftist full band wagon support of Hillary, this is settled Science/Law.

KD, HB Financially Broke said...

Ex-Conoco Phillips lobbyist Don Duncan " The Mutt

Well he may be an EX because like HB his data is from the 1950's.

Now to update:

HB you are so freaking stupid on this subject and countless other, YES ----- THE USA HAS MORE KNOWN RESERVES THEN OTHERS

Loretta Russo said...

Plagiarized spam.

Loretta Russo said...

Plagiarized spam

KD , WOW said...

I was looking at Hillary/Bill the Rapist tax return for 2016 and I found a number that actually surprised me. She is a very successful business woman.

Her return (2015) shows on line #12 Business Income = $10,168,272
Why did her camp not push this , she is like Trump a Business person.




KD said...

At least 20 Democrat Cowards , what I was redundant, are going to fail to attend the swearing in of the Illegitimate President.

I need to see how many Republicans took this cowardly route in 2009 and in 2013.

So Far I can find NONE, IF I am wrong I would love to hear by name which ones did not attend. Shame on them.

caliphate4vr said...

Go Packers!

Roger Amick said...

Daisy is mooing for you

Roger Amick said...

Go Packers!!!!!!!

Roger Amick said...

What a great drive.

Roger Amick said...

The Referee is Tony Corrente, he was a guest at our wedding. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Corrente

PNC said...

Trump's choosing of nominees who disagree with him on policy isn't a sign that Trumpublicans ("conservative" describes none of Trump's nominees) are allowed to freely disagree with each other.

Instead it's yet another confirmation that Trump has no actual concern for policy and is valuing personal loyalty above all else.

Your policy views don't matter as long as you take your loyalty oath to the Fuhrer.

Pussky Gate! said...

Trump's a sexual deviant! http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/russian-hooker-who-had-sex-with-donald-trump-mocks-his-tiny-penis/

Trump's Putin's whipping boy. Trump time and again proves to the world he is nothing more than a limp dick, perverted old white guy. He is reticent to condemn Russia for hacking the 2016 election. He plans to lift economic sanctions aimed at Russia/Putin. You idiots are so lost in your racism and hate that you have morphed into recondite little minions.

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Darrell Kingsberry said...

So no right-wingist protested Obama getting elected? This comment takes the cake lmao!