Sunday, June 19, 2016

Elizabeth Warren to Donald Trump: "Are you scared Donald? Well you should be. We're coming."

Courtesy of Politicususa: 

While speaking at the New Hampshire Democratic Convention, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) unloaded on Donald Trump and in the process demonstrated why she may be the best choice for Hillary Clinton’s VP. Warren said, “You’ve heard of Donald Trump. Every day we learn more about him, and every day it becomes clearer that he is just a small, insecure money grubber who doesn’t care about anyone or anything that doesn’t have the Trump name splashed all over it. 

Every day it becomes clearer that he is a thin skinned racist bully, and every day it becomes clearer that he will never become President Of The United States.

The above is only a portion of the devastating remarks Warren made about Trump so you should watch the entire 20 plus minutes.

Simply put she eviscerated him, and it was awesome!

Nobody, and I mean NOBODY. kicks Trump's ass as effectively as Elizabeth Warren, and that is part of the reason we need her on the Democratic ticket.


  1. Anonymous8:38 AM

    His sorry ass is getting kicked all over the place!

    The brutal numbers behind a very bad month for Donald Trump

    Not only are Trump's poll numbers slipping, they are at a low that no one, Republican or Democrat, has seen in the past three election cycles. Looking at the window of time between 200 and 100 days before each of those elections, you can see that Trump has consistently polled worse than George W. Bush in 2004, John McCain in 2008 and Mitt Romney in 2012. He caught up briefly after clinching the GOP nomination — and then sank again.

    1. Anonymous8:49 AM

      Local news on in the background this morning, I heard a sound bite, "I have bigger numbers than Dwight D. Eisenhower!" and lmaoed myself silly.

    2. Anonymous8:56 AM

      The 10 Republicans most likely to defect from Donald Trump

    3. Anonymous10:18 AM

      Donald Trump is a rich moron with a little man complex.

      Just about anyone can kick his ass, only his lawyers and bankruptcy attorneys prevent this from being a daily occurrence.

  2. Anonymous8:41 AM

    And look at the upcoming war zone that Trump has spawned with his debacle of a campaign.

    ....And, in Cleveland, city officials have made this partial list of security purchases and expenses public:

    2,000 sets of full riot gear
    2,000 26-inch retractable steel batons
    2,500 steel barriers stretching about 3.7 miles
    2,400 portable and wearable hydration pacs
    15 motorcycles and 310 sets of protective clothing for riders
    310 police bikes and protective gear
    Three horse trailers
    10,000 sets of plastic handcuffs
    Two night vision devices
    Body armor, including anti-ballistic helmets, groin, arm, chest and leg protection
    16 Pointer Illuminator Aiming Lasers
    A video surveillance system
    Eight Surface Pro laptops and two cameras
    Overtime and benefits for police officers and firefighters

    There's also been a request for proposals from companies that can supply Cleveland with tear gas.

    1. What? No AR-15s? Goes without saying, I guess.
      Standard issue to every policeman...

      I say let the police just all pull back and let Western justice operate without the government interference they are always yapping on about. No protection? Nope. You're on your own, guys.

      Let the Games begin.

    2. Anonymous12:44 PM

      Those purchases aren't for the peaceful repupublicans and Trump supporters attending.

  3. Anonymous8:47 AM

    Watch A Simple Policy Question Turn Trump Into A Sarah Palin Level Babbling Mess

    When Face The Nation host John Dickerson asked Trump what the policy difference was between the candidate and the NRA on no-fly no buy legislation in Congress, the answer he got was a rambling, empty meltdown.

    ...Donald Trump comes off like the kid giving an oral book report in front of the whole class who never read the book. Trump is too lazy to study, so he is trying to charm and b.s. his way through the campaign. His response to a question about gun policy was some Sarah Palin level babble.

    Trump is melting down because the con that was good enough to get the Republican Party’s nomination is crumbling under the scrutiny of a general election campaign.

    Republicans shouldn’t be surprised by Trump’s slide in the polls because that is what they get for nominating a wealthier more media savvy version of Sarah Palin.

    1. Anonymous9:14 AM

      He may be marginally smarter than Sarah ... or not. He comes across as a racist bullying fear mongering doofus. His base, knuckle dragging racist doofi themselves, eat it up. I also suspect he is much less wealthy than he claims. Let's see the tax forms Donnie.

    2. Anonymous9:51 AM

      "Sarah Palin level babble" ABSOLUTELY!

    3. Anonymous12:19 PM

      He has spent his entire life bullying and intimidating people into doing what he wants them to do. When anyone dared to question him, he threw a tantrum or simply fired them. He never had to actually prepare to defend his ideas because no one lasted long enough to contradict him.

      For the first time in his life, people will start expecting him to explain and defend the nasty, incoherent, contradictory garbage that falls out of his mouth. Because he is constantly reacting to his environment instead of having deeply-held beliefs and ideas, he has no base of knowledge to fall back on when someone questions him. Because he is such a megalomaniac, he will refuse to take any direction from people who actually KNOW how to run a presidential campaign.

      The general campaign is going to be a brutal experience for him, particularly when Clinton (Hillary AND Bill), Obama, Biden, Warren and the rest of the Democratic party gets warmed up and starts aiming for him. For once, the Democrats are united and the GOP is the party that's coming apart at the seams.

  4. Anonymous8:47 AM

    We ALL should RESPECT Senator Warren for telling the TRUTH. SHE will make choices based on what is best for the country. Senator Warren and Secretary Clinton are a TAG TEAM> period. :-)

    1. Hillary will never tap Elizabeth: Liz outshines Hillary. Not Hillary's style -- she just won't be able to work with Liz long term.

    2. Anonymous10:58 AM

      Not true. 50% of Hillary's staff is female. Open your eyes, dear former Berner! :-)

    3. Anonymous11:19 AM

      Hillary and Elizabeth would make a dynamic team. Hope they run together as they will have my vote!

    4. @10:58 -- I didn't say Hillary couldn't work with women, so don't understand your leap to her staff. It's working with a specific woman, Warren, in question.

    5. fromthediagonal1:20 PM

      Anon@8:47... it will be interesting. Warren is, in her own way, an intelligent, nay, intellectual demagogue, and if Clinton can check her own ego, she will use her as her foil. It will be interesting.

    6. Anonymous1:41 PM

      Everyone knows that Hillary has more of an "affinity" towards women than men, so no surprise there.

    7. Anonymous3:33 PM

      1:41 - blatant cretinism^

    8. Anonymous4:26 PM

      1:41---And it's obvious you have an "affinity" for stupidity.

      Wow, an argument that makes no sense--can hardly keep your pants on!!

  5. Anonymous8:51 AM

    WOW! The bettine markets are taking Trump DOWN as far as becoming the nominee!

  6. Anonymous8:53 AM

    She's not alone in the push to stop DT.

    Dozens of GOP delegates launch new push to halt Donald Trump

    Dozens of Republican convention delegates are hatching a new plan to block Donald Trump at this summer’s party meetings, in what has become the most organized effort so far to stop the businessman from becoming the GOP presidential nominee.

    The moves come amid declining poll numbers for Trump and growing concern among Republicans that he is squandering his chance to defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton. Several controversies — including his racial attacks on a federal judge, his renewed call to temporarily ban Muslims from entering the United States and his support for changing the nation’s gun laws — have raised fears among Republicans that Trump is not really a conservative and is too reckless to run a successful race.

    1. He also didn't pay any taxes and falsified tax documents... is this not newsworthy and, well, indictable?

  7. Anonymous8:55 AM

    Now wouldn't this just be special.

    The Trump effect: Could Arizona go blue for the first time in 20 years?

    1. Anonymous9:54 AM

      McCain is in so much trouble that he has engaged George W Bush to help him with his campaign in Arizona. Yeah, that should help

    2. Anonymous10:33 AM

      Laughed my head off that they have to bring out Dubya. Visit c4p or any hard core Trump site; they are against the GOP elite BIG time, big "revolutionists" that they are. In the end, just another fart in the wind.

    3. Let's bring back the famous photo of W. and McCain beaming over Johnny Mac's birthday cake as thousands struggled and drowned in post-Katrina New Orleans!

      That would be SUCH a help, don't you think?

  8. Anonymous9:12 AM

    Elizabeth Warren is a political beast and I mean that in all ways good. She does not pull her punches and she quite effectively rallies the crowd in a positive way. I loved her Scott Brown reference and losing to a girl! So funny. She's whip smart and tough as they come and would make mincemeat out of DT in a debate. BRING IT, Liz!

  9. Anonymous9:15 AM

    And then there's this bitch. Yeah, she's the c*nt that insulted Hillary's mothering on Mother's Day.

    1. Anonymous10:00 AM

      Look at her "Juneteenth" meeting, filled with white people! She's a disgrace!

    2. Anonymous1:40 PM

      So Juneteenth is only for black people? Talk about exclusionary and racist?

    3. Anonymous9:02 PM

      1:40 - do you even know what Juneteenth is? I guess not!

  10. Anonymous9:27 AM

    Hillary Clinton’s path to victory

    If the blue wall holds, she needs only one swing state to win the White House.

    Read more:

  11. Anonymous9:33 AM

    The Daily Beast has more information on Edward Perkowski, arrested Thursday in New York’s Long Island suburb with a cache of weapons, bomb-making materials and instruction manuals, and Nazi paraphernalia; it turns out that Perkowski, his brother, and their father were also fans of, you guessed it, Donald Trump.

    1. If questioned, Trump will just grin and say, "What can I say? my fans are passionate." POS.

    2. Anonymous1:39 PM

      Nazis, christians, muslims, all of 'em are brainwashed idiots, none worse than the other.

      They walk amongst us, get used to it. Until they all find reason and evolve to think for themselves they are ALL dangerous.

  12. Anonymous9:37 AM

    “Make America White Again”

  13. Anonymous9:40 AM

    The Republicans’ Big Hot Mess

    IN normal times, a party’s leaders and comers grovel for roles in the convention and prime time on its stage.

    In the Year of Trump, Republicans are racing for the exits. It’s as if the Emerald City suddenly turned into Chernobyl. The list of luminaries who plan to skip Donald Trump’s coronation in Cleveland includes the 2012 nominee (Mitt Romney), the 2008 nominee (John McCain) and the two-term president who preceded them, George W. Bush. The Bushes en masse are taking a pass.

    Small wonder that one of Trump’s advisers recently suggested that the candidate not wait until the climactic hour to deliver his remarks but, in a break with precedent, speak every single night. Not just double Donald. No mere triple Trump. Four luscious scoops of him.

    It’s an idea where narcissism meets necessity. And it’s reason to take that trip to the Arctic Circle that you’ve long fantasized about. Make sure that you’re beyond the range of the internet, and think about staying through Nov. 8.

  14. Anonymous9:42 AM

    I'm with Her. This is going to be a YUUUGE Schlonging for Cheeto Jesus, and the GOP is going to get such a Schlonging, it'll be just unbelievable. Mark my words, folks. Unbelievable. The GOP earned it.

    1. Anonymous11:32 AM

      Don't discount the political gerrymandering the GOP has done, and don't dicount Diebold voting schenanigans.

    2. 66gardeners11:46 AM

      Who is really getting schlonged here, Cheetos Jesus or the GOP. Clue: not the one who has the other by the galls.

    3. 66gardeners11:46 AM


  15. Anonymous9:48 AM

    Has Political Fear-Mongering Lost Its Appeal?

    Since 9/11, fear-mongering has been
    a foolproof political tactic. After Orlando,
    it’s unclear whether it still works.

    1. 66gardeners11:52 AM

      Fear mongering became less effective after we realized there were no WMD's.

    2. Anonymous1:38 PM


      Hillary agreed to war because she was told there were WMD's. If your queen can be fooled then what good is she?

    3. Anonymous3:30 PM


      Was the 'queen' the only one fooled. Be honest. Look at the vote.

  16. Anonymous9:48 AM

    That was one barn burner of a speech. Whoo-hoo, go Liz!

  17. Anonymous9:52 AM

    Trump is infatuated with Elizabeth Warren and will be unable to take his focus off of her and onto Hillary.

    1. Anonymous10:41 AM

      How much $$ did Trump get from Hillary to run?

    2. Anonymous11:24 AM

      10:41 - another amazing rightwing meme. Tinfoil much?

  18. Anonymous9:53 AM

    Trump puts the "Red" in Republicans. Everyone should note his significant financial relationship with Russia.

    1. Anonymous11:27 AM

      You got that RIGHT. . In human "fucking" trafficking.

  19. Anonymous10:11 AM


    And Happy Fathers Day to all you dads out there!

  20. Anonymous10:29 AM

    Politico has an article on paying trump $150m to step down. There are many legal and effective ways to get rid of him without paying him any money.

    1. Anonymous10:43 AM

      And this is why I HATE politics.

  21. I would not be surprised to see Trump quit before the republican convention.

    1. Anonymous1:44 PM

      Agree. It will stop being fun, it will tax his health and his $$, he will whine about being treated unfairly. I don't think he has the focus for a third party, but maybe the ego. I predict that Hillary will run against somebody else than Trump, or in addition to Trump.

    2. Anonymous3:08 PM

      I think the stress is already affecting the health of Trump! He's over weight, blotchy or red often times in his face, has a quick temper and does not handle being admonished by those in the know at all!

      Just look at all the negative President Obama has had to endure for two terms (beginning with bullshit about his birth spread by Trump!

      Reflect on how classy (and funny) President Obama has always been in response! Trump would be completely the opposite of President Obama as to being level headed, respectful to ALL others, etc.

      I truly think a major heart attack awaits Trump. And, I'll bet he is on high blood pressure medication already!

      If he were to win POTUS (which I seriously doubt) I see him dying in the White House in his first year or so - either from heart issues or assassination.

      America would probably start a recall of him within the second year of his term because he'd have shown himself to govern as a 'dictator'!

      Vote wisely in November, Americans!

  22. Anonymous10:37 AM

    After months and months of listening to the orange buffoon, I almost went crazy. I even went into a mild depression. My daughter went to Russia and noticed people seemed unhappy. She came back and Americans were just talking and happy. Bottomline, if this jerkward (Donald) gets elected we will be like the people of Russia. OPPRESSED. George W. Bush almost pulled it off. Remember during the 9/11 attacks there was this guy downgrading Bush in locker room and someone turned him and they started to investigate him? There were so many other stories of how average Americans were targeted because George W. Bush could not stand the light of day. Evil will always slink into the darkness. SO what we fight here in America is evil. Evil assed politicians who want to be fascist beyond control. Don't let Donald win, America, or we will be like the Russian citizens. Unhappy. The Republican's ideas are very unAmerican. Let freedom live! Not oppression.

  23. Anonymous11:49 AM

    Talked to my dad on Dad's Day and he brought up EW. We had started talking about the election. He's in Cleveland and I had asked him about the upcoming convention. Last year, a couple months after Trump's announcement that he was running, I couldn't believe my ears when my dad said he'd pry be voting for Trump. This was coming from a union man whose mantra has always been "No Republican has every done a g-d thing for the little guy." I was shocked. But after a while he came to his senses. Today, the second I asked him who he thought Hillary might have as her running mate, he said EW. I had expected him to say Sherrod Brown. Nope. He's all in on EW. And wants her as pres after Hillary. So, wow, that sure restored my faith in white male Dems who lean toward the conservative side.

    1. fromthediagonal1:36 PM

      Happy to see that post of yours. May there be multitudes more who think like your Dad!

    2. Anonymous1:37 PM


  24. Anonymous12:38 PM

    The general population will never vote for a 2-woman national ticket!

    1. Anonymous2:54 PM

      Wanna bet, 12:38 PM?

    2. Anonymous3:29 PM

      Really? LOL

    3. Anonymous9:05 PM

      My dad certainly will. So will my husband, and my mother, and all my siblings!!

  25. Anonymous12:53 PM

    Actually, I think the presidential race will get really interesting once Hillary is solidly in place with, hopefully, Elizabeth Warren as the VP nominee.

    Trump is only in this race to scratch his narcissistic itch. That is the reason the only activity that he has pursued with any passion is his staging of rallies. He seems uninterested in raising money, building an adequate support staff, and educating himself (LOL) on any issues of substance. And notice the bigger trouble he is in, or the more opposition he hears, he stages rallies in areas that are more reliably in his corner.

    His narcissistic itch will be become increasingly harder to scratch as the election rolls on. Having EW as the VP pick will create an onslaught of negative attention against Trump and will relentlessly highlight his inadequacies.

    It will become less and less possible for him to stage rallies to feed and rebuild his ego, since RNC and donor money will dry up and pressure will be on to not waste it on useless rallies among supporters he has already locked up.

    It will be interesting to see how he handles all that and I predict things will not end well with him (e.g. breakdown of one sort or another).

    Unfortunately, it will be a loss to the country not to have EW's voice active in the senate, but, if she can accomplish what I postulated above, it will be very worthwhile for her to be the VP pick.

    1. fromthediagonal1:38 PM

      Hope you are correct!

  26. Anonymous12:53 PM

    She might put a rise in your briefs Gryphen, but I just see a goofy lady playing to her own echo chamber. To each their own. But I guarantee you- she doesn't put ANY fear in Trump like you think she does. Zero.

    1. Anonymous1:25 PM

      12:53 - mindless drone^

    2. Anonymous1:35 PM

      All Trump can come up (!) with is Pocahontas. He's either that low-energy or that scared that he can't do better. Or both.

    3. Anonymous1:36 PM

      Agreed, 100%. She is totally mocked by him and his supporters, just like this blog likes to mock Bernie.

      As my father says, two chicks will never win, America is not ready, even after two terms of a half-black.

      Warren will be the absolute death knell of the Clinton campaign, but hey, as 2008 proved, she is an expert at grasping defeat from the jaws of victory.

      She'd better get used to just being a grandma is she chooses Warren.

    4. fromthediagonal1:40 PM

      Reminder: "...just you wait, 'enry 'iggins, just you wait..." are the lyrics sung by Eliza in "My Fair Lady".

    5. Anonymous2:06 PM

      "As my father says, two chicks will never win, America is not ready, even after two terms of a half-black."

      Creative writing? You sound like RAM. Are you paid?

    6. Anonymous2:52 PM

      Elizabeth and Hillary will slice and dice Trump to ribbons! Just watch. So many of you trolls on this blog are going to be so darned disappointed! He's going down!!!!

    7. Anonymous9:06 PM

      As my father says: Clinton-Warren 2016!

    8. Anonymous11:49 PM

      Don't forget to change your depends before bingo 2:52.

  27. Anonymous2:49 PM

    Hillary and Elizabeth are better (as a team) than any of what the Republicans have to offer America!

    Hey, 2:06 PM - two women being on the Democratic ticket bothers you? What is the difference in having two men on a ticket?

    I foresee Hillary Clinton as our next POTUS. I'll vote for her no matter who the VP candidate is that she selects to run w/her! She knows best!

    Donald Trump will only leave a large imprint on the pavement when she is done with him! It's going to be so much fun watching her 'run him over'!

    The ego-driven bully will be no more!

  28. Anita Winecooler3:18 PM

    Liz Warren, in one speech, rips Donald to shreds and speaks more policy than he has in his entire campaign. She'd be a fantastic asset in Hillary's administration. Go Liz!!!!!

  29. Anonymous6:13 AM

    Wall Street Donors Seek To Block Warren VP Pick

    Hillary Clinton buck Wall Street? Tell us, Gryphen -- will she risk Wall Street money to pick Warren, or will she let them dictate to her?


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