Friday, September 16, 2016


There is nothing he won't promise. And his followers believe him and love him.  Utopia.  If we only elect him no one will go hungry, no one will be unemployed, no more crime and the only people that will ever die are Clintons.

Younger people don't remember a freer America where you could express profound disdain about aspects of government without fear of certain retaliation.

Donald makes us all feel powerful because we can do what the billionaire isn't strong enough to do.  We can honestly say the words "Obama was born in America. And those that said he wasn't were absolutely wrong and made us all worry needlessly."

To show people I at one time had $60 in discretionary  disposable income I am thinking of getting a tattoo. 

You do know that unless we change the members of Congress, no matter who we elect as President, we are still screwed.  Right?

Have you noticed that when a citizen kills a cop we know all about it within minutes, but when a cop kills a citizens it takes months of investigation before anything is released, if then?



Impossible to be perfectly still while this plays.  I want a nursing home that is not afraid to occasionally pipe this throughout.

NYT: Script leaked for Trump interview at black church

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who lags far behind Hillary Clinton in African American support, will have some scripted answers to rely on for an interview he’s taping with a black pastor Saturday in his first public appearance before a majority black audience in Detroit.
The New York Times obtained a leaked 8-page script prepared by his campaign that has answers to the 12 questions Bishop Wayne T. Jackson will ask Trump when the candidate pays a visit to Detroit’s Great Faith Ministries International. Trump will sit down for a closed-door session with the pastor, and the interview is expected to air several days later on the Impact Network, Jackson’s cable television channel on the Christian faith.
The interview questions, the Times reported, range from Trump’s relationship with God to views among African American voters that the Republican party can be racist.
The prepared responses are a departure from Trump’s usual diatribes on rivalHillary Clinton’s “bigotry” and negative impacts on black communities.
Instead, Trump is expected to offer up his own optimistic vision for race relations under his administration.
“If we are to make America great again, we must reduce, rather than highlight, issues of race in this country,” Trump is expected to say. “I want to make race disappear as a factor in government and governance.”
To another question posed by Bishop Jackson on whether Trump’s campaign is racist, the candidate is advised not to repeat the word.
“The proof, as they say, will be in the pudding,” the script says. “Coming into a community is meaningless unless we offer an alternative to the horrible progressive agenda that has perpetuated a permanent underclass in America.”
And in addressing undecided black voters, the Times noted the script cleaves close to Trump’s usual rhetoric: “If you want a strong partner in this journey, you will vote for me. I will never let you down...By the way, my support is now up to 8 percent and climbing.”
Trump, who has also struggled with answering questions about his faith, is also getting coached on his views about God.
When the candidate is asked “Are you a Christian and do you believe the Bible is an inspired word of God?” the script offers this response from Trump: “As I went through my life, things got busy with business, but my family kept me grounded to the truth and the word of God...I treasure my relationship with my family, and through them, I have a strong faith enriched by an ever-wonderful God.”
While in Detroit, Trump will attend a two-hour church service and is also expected to address the Great Faith Ministries congregation for a few minutes. According to the Times, he will also spend about 30 minutes mingling with church members.


Former Mayor Claims Four-Year-Old “Initiated Sex”

by jonathanturley
ad_219147549In what must be the singularly worst defense ever in the annals of criminal law, Richard Keenan, 65, the former mayor of Hubbard, Ohio, confessed to raping a four-year-old girl but insisted that she was a "willing participant" and initiated the sex.


Jesus Is No Co-Pilot: Louisiana Man Claims God Told Him To Speed

by jonathanturley
636093781521032358-ani-dylan-christopher-thompsonDylan Christopher Thompson, 20, insists that he was merely listening to divine direction when he drove 100 miles an hour during a 10-mile chase. The Natchitoches Parish Sheriff's deputies were less than won over by the "Jesus is my co-pilot" defense.


Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.”
— The Dalai Lama

A man studied photography in prison. These are the photos he took when he got out.



Looks like she wants to know where HER armed body guards are


Trump: Never wrong, never sorry, never responsible






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