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Questions on a curve: Matt Lauer may as well have asked Trump about his summer vacation

Posted by BlueStateLib | Wed Sep 7, 2016, 10:29 PM (5 replies)

49% say they trust Clinton on immigration, 47% trust Trump

Posted by BlueStateLib | Wed Sep 7, 2016, 06:58 PM (4 replies)

Hillary Clinton Gets Gored

Paul Krugman

Yet throughout the campaign most media coverage gave the impression that Mr. Bush was a bluff, straightforward guy, while portraying Al Gore — whose policy proposals added up, and whose critiques of the Bush plan were completely accurate — as slippery and dishonest. Mr. Gore’s mendacity was supposedly demonstrated by trivial anecdotes, none significant, some of them simply false. No, he never claimed to have invented the internet. But the image stuck.

Happy birthday 19th Amendment

Today, August 26, marks the anniversary of the day that the 19th Amendment — the Constitutional amendment that technically gave all American women the right to vote— took effect in 1920.

Willie Brown Warning "Trump team will hit hard to reap rewards of split votes"

We all need GOTV for HRC victory

By Willie Brown
San Francisco Chronicle
August 20, 2016

All of you who have been counting Donald Trump out of the presidential race, remember, the real race doesn’t begin until Sept. 1.

What we’ve seen up until now, including the Donald’s missteps, misspeaks and mistakes, is the political equivalent of spring training.

Within the next two weeks, you are going to see a wholly different campaign. Former Fox News chief Roger Ailes will handle Trump in the same fashion he made a conservative TV network the force it is today.

My fear, as a Democrat, is that the Ailes’ strategy will be to reduce the message during the final months down to trustworthiness — the single issue where polls show Trump stands a chance of besting Hillary Clinton. And that is a frightening prospect.


Trump will spend the fourth quarter hammering away on those two issues: change and trust. The uglier he can make the campaign, the more undecided voters will be inclined to cast protest votes with third-party candidates.


Nicole Sandler takes a dump on the clintons

she sounds like jackpine radical/hannity

Trump's Economic Team

Posted by BlueStateLib | Sun Aug 7, 2016, 06:51 PM (5 replies)

Response from Jackie Kucinich after I sent her Video of Director Comey and Rep. Cummings

>Subject: Re: Did you watch Rep Cummings and Director Comey at the hearing

I watched the entire hearing live, so am familiar with the exchange.
Multiple fact checkers have ruled her comments false, so I’m not alone in my
assertion that she wasn’t telling the truth. Because she wasn’t.
No matter who you support, they must be held accountable. Despite this highly
charged partisan atmosphere, facts – thank goodness - are still non-partisan.

Thank you for the note. I really do appreciate the feedback.
Best regards,

>Subject: Re: Did you watch Rep Cummings and Director Comey at the hearing

>How can a professional journalist watch Rep Cummings and Director Comey at
>the hearing and still state Hillary was untruthful, I just don't get it .


CNN shuts down conversation and ignores the fact that Hillary was truthful

CNN John Breman is an ass and a lazy journalist, it obvious he did not watch the full Comey hearings and only saw the Rep Gowdy sound bite the media loves playing.

How can a professional journalist watch Rep Cummings and Director Comey at the hearing and still state Hillary was untruthful, I just don't get it

Trumps speech on 07-29 spent good deal of time trashing Boeing's China Deal

For the first time ever, Boeing will open an airplane completion and delivery center in China. Final assembly of the aircraft will still happen in the United States, but then the mostly complete 737s will be delivered to China for installation of their interiors and painting in the liveries of their ultimate owners.

Says Boeing, the "China-based facility will not reduce 737 Program employment in Washington State." To the contrary, by increasing capacity for "completion" work overseas, Boeing says it will be able to increase actual production of 737s back here at home.

At current production rates (42 single-aisles built per month), it would take Boeing more than 100 months to build and deliver all 4,269 of the 737s in its backlog. That's probably why, when announcing its new Chinese venture, Boeing took pains to repeat its already-published plans to accelerate 737 production to 47 airplanes per month in 2017, and 52 planes per month in 2018. (The company has also talked about a secret plan to boost production a further 15% after that -- to 60 planes per month.)
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