Wednesday, October 05, 2016

One thing that did come from the VP debate last night, more material for those great anti-Trump ads.

I don't know about the rest of you but I was kind of writing some these ads in my head last night while watching Pence working overtime to deny that Donald Trump had said the things that every voter in America already knows Donald Trump had said.

And as usual all the Clinton campaign has to do is use the actual words spoken by the two candidates to craft the ad.

It also gives Hillary quite a bit to work with this Sunday when she once again faces off against Jabba the Orange Hutt.

P.S. By the way it appears that the surge after the first presidential debate continues forward as Five Thirty Eight currently shows Hillary with a whopping 316 electoral votes.


  1. Anonymous4:52 PM

    We're being inundated with Trump ads in our area, in comparison, they're extremely deceptive and sloppy, but Hillary's are top notch, attention getting, and mostly use Trump/Pence's own words and actions and hits the bullseye every single time.
    Most VP debates don't matter much, but this one was extremely revealing, I only wish Pence's past was brought to light more, but it was fascinating to watch the clips and fact checks during and after. I'm glad Hillary's campaign got a good surge after this one, we'll see in a few days if Trump learned anything (insert evil laugh track here)

    1. Anonymous5:02 PM

      Are you in a swing state? I live in Portland, OR and no ads here at all excepting a very few concerning the state. We are BLUE true and true.

    2. Anonymous12:20 PM

      Apparently neither Hillary nor Donald are comfortable with the town hall wandering around form of this debate. But I'll bet Hillary still does better.

      She mixed with the audience after the last debate while Donald was quickly surrounded and insulated by his family and quickly whisked away. (So he could have a melt down tantrum out of camera range?)

  2. Anonymous5:12 PM



    How is this type of attitude affecting the NFL?


    By saying that a house divided cannot stand, Jesus is illustrating the fact that success relies on congruency. This is something we see in daily life all the time. Whether it is a machine, a sports team, a government party, or one’s own mind, things have to work together if anything is to be accomplished



    Fights. Friendships ended. Racial divides. Requirements not to talk about a combustible candidate on team property. B/R Mag’s examination of the football locker room electorate reveals that America’s most popular sport is just as politically divided as the nation itself

    OCTOBER 5, 2016

    Six months ago, Rex Ryan stood before a roaring crowd in Buffalo and gave a pep talk. This was not an unfamiliar scene for the Bills head coach, except for maybe the suit and tie. Well, that and the subject of his four-minute speech: Donald J. Trump.

    “There’s so many things I admire about Mr. Trump, but one thing I really admire about him is—you know what—he’ll say what’s on his mind,” Ryan said. “And so many times, you’ll see people—a lot of people—want to say the same thing. But there’s a big difference: They don’t have the courage to say it. They all think it, but they don’t have the courage to say it. And Donald Trump certainly has the courage to say it.”

    Back in the Bills locker room, however, Ryan’s staff was less impressed with the Republican candidate for president—and that their boss was backing him. A Bills player said when he learned Ryan had spoken at Trump’s rally, he simply couldn’t believe it. “Rex is such an open-minded guy, a really good person,” said the player, who asked not to be identified, fearing repercussions from the Bills. “But the fact he could back someone as closed-minded as Trump genuinely shocked me.”

    The player, who is black, emphasized that teammates’ frustration with their coach’s public endorsement was not universal. But in private discussions, he said, “Some of the African-American players on the team weren’t happy about Rex doing that.”

    Indeed, said another black player on the Bills who requested anonymity to speak freely about tensions swirling with a combination of protests led by Colin Kaepernick and a combustible candidate: “I see Trump as someone who is hostile to people of color, and the fact that Rex supports him made me look at him completely differently, and not in a positive way.”

    Read more at:

    1. Thanks for that. It just makes sense that Richie Incognito would be a vocal Trump supporter, F Tom Brady and Rex Ryan too.

    2. Anonymous8:29 PM

      Sportsball, enough said.

  3. Anonymous5:15 PM

    If Trump wins get ready for a Civil War.

    1. Anonymous5:42 PM

      Corrction: Loses, and out come the guns because his type don't understand losing gracefully. It's STILL a democracy.

    2. Anonymous6:26 PM

      They will have no reason to bring out their guns if Trump loses by an overwhelming landslide. I am cautiously optimistic that Hillary will win big.

  4. Anonymous5:15 PM

    I always worry about the safety of my children. Especially the one who is rolling their eyes at me and talking back right now."

  5. Anonymous5:27 PM

    Palin, Ryan and Pence.. Three VP chokers who will never be POTUS.

  6. Anonymous5:36 PM

    Ooookaaeeyyy...Dense -err, I mean Pence, keep trying to rewrite history! The REAL fact-checkers, those that are on Hillary's team, are on the case! And they've got your number! Hoooooo boy that was good!

  7. Anonymous5:39 PM

    I thought the comments about Trump not paying any taxes during the 911 recovery was big, and surprised that it wasn't talked about afterwards. For all of his making America great again, he didn't cared enough to support the military or recovery after we were attacked in America, in his hometown of New York. The regular workers paid their taxes, but Trump and his cronies were relieved from that burden. I could see some ads with our first responders jeopardizing their lives to save others, while Trump sits at home counting his money. How many of those first responders were denied health care after 911 because it would cost too much?

    1. Anonymous8:51 PM

      He was too busy gloating that his was now the tallest building. Think I''m joking, look it up. POS.

    2. Anonymous10:41 PM

      My ex was like Trump on 9/11 angry I95 was shut down around Washington DC because he had a sales call to make there. It did not bother him our son was outdoors near the plane crashing into the Pentagon. His thoughts were me me me make money.

    3. Anonymous10:56 PM

      @5:39 pm
      ...and post 9-11-01, Donald J. Trump collected c. $150,000 earmarked to help small business recover from the devastation of the scorched earth losses from the attack.

      The 'billionaire' filed a claim and collected (free money?) from the government to help those small businesses that would most likely never recover from their losses.

      What billionaire does that at the cost to others, especially those way less wealthy than themselves?


    4. Anonymous1:14 AM

      I can see Trump taking advantage of all the deductions and write-offs available to him as most of us do every April 15th.

      That said, while doing so, he could have donated five or ten million to 9/11 first responder charities. I believe you can even give/donate money to the U.S. Treasury if you want to. Neither of those ever happened, needless to say.

    5. Anonymous3:15 AM

      He can not give what he does not have. I do NOT believe he is a billionaire, anymore than I believe his latest wife was a supermodel.

  8. Anonymous5:39 PM

    I sincerely hope that 531 is right. I'm sure that Palin is licking her chops over the unrest of what she started (and the GOP and media allowed) that has brought us here. The bitch never had any decorum nor intelligence and neither does he. Prey on the stupid.

  9. Anonymous5:46 PM

    A leech of society should never be on the presidential ballot.

    1. Anonymous6:12 PM

      Fully expecting Hillary to take him to the woodshed again Sunday.

  10. Anonymous6:40 PM

    All these grandbabies look like Todd.

    1. Anonymous8:54 PM

      None look like Dakota.

    2. Anonymous9:11 PM

      I wonder why ;-)

      Trump's got nothin' on Todd when it comes to "appreciating" the females in his family. . .

  11. Sam Hyde6:44 PM

    Commenter above got it right in the nose. If Trump wins get ready for civil war. Or more like UN-civil war. As a black man, I know I will be targeted by Trump police hit-squads and basically I'm just afraid for my family. My little gurl says to me just the other day "daddy, why would anyone want that bad man to be president?" When an 8 year old gets it, you'd think the rest of the country would get it to. If Trump wins that bullet proof vest is gonna be my new uniform!

    1. Anonymous7:05 PM

      Hey Sam why do black men keep killing each other at astounding rates? And why is the violent crime and murder rate perpetrated by black men 5 or 6 times higher than other races?

      I don't believe for one second you will have anything to fear if Trump wins the presidency. You are buying and selling the left wing fear card as you are expected to as a good sheep. What exactly have the democrats, even Obama, done for black communities anyways?

    2. Anonymous7:54 PM

      To Anonymous "Hey Sam": read some history to understand what black Americans have gone through in the past 150 years AFTER slavery was abolished. Not exactly a level playing field. Also read up on crime rates as related to socioeconomic status vs. race. Trump is so racist he doesn't even know how racist he is! Does not bode well for any of the non-white communities and women as well.

    3. Anonymous8:08 PM

      Hey, dumbass 7:05 PM, why don't you direct that question at congress? Do you even understand how our system of government works? Sheesh.

    4. Hedgewytch8:14 PM

      Sam, ignore the troll in the room. I'm a white woman, and me and my 12 year old son get it too. Don't worry we elected President Obama twice - against Romney and McCain. There is no way the electorate will put Trump/Pence in office.

    5. Anonymous3:19 AM

      How many black men have been responsible for school shootings? The people committing those are WHITE. Timothy McVeigh (Oklahoma City) was white, he killed many people including children in the daycare center. Try READING for once.

  12. Anonymous7:22 PM

    Living in the blue internment camp in red-ish Georgia ("hey Georgia Peach!). Tons of Trump ads on my CNN podcast stream (I'm a cord cutter).

    So. Bad. Like a parody of political ads in a B- movie.


  13. Anonymous7:35 PM

    Fat Fuck Crispy Creamer Potty mouth is full of shit>

  14. Anonymous8:19 PM

    O/T Nicole Wallace & Steve Schmidt laughing and joking about Palin debate prep on Rachel Maddow:

    1. Anonymous3:21 AM

      I have zero respect for either of them. They actually HELPED PayMe conceal the truth about herself and her family. They will do ANYTHING for $$$.

  15. Anonymous8:27 PM

    Coach Rex Ryan

    Tom Brady?


    Buffalo Bills Rex Ryan is stupid enough to pull his pants down and reveal himself before the NFL season starts

    If Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger are Trumpsters, they are not yet ready to pull their pants down while they are still NFL players. That makes these two shady. Like the songs says, "They smile in your face... backstabbers"

    Somehow Donald Trump seems to believe he has a relationship with Patriots Tom Brady and Steelers Ben Roethlisberger enough to say he was going to call Tom and Ben to speak on his behalf at the RNC but the problem is if they have endorsements like Nike and whatnot, Nike would pull their contracts if Tom or Ben comes across as anti Muslims, anti blacks and anti Mexicans. Money talks, how can Nike sell products to minorities when their spokesmen like Tom or Ben has Trump's beliefs?

    NY Times:
    Donald Trump has touted his ability to have "winners" and "great sports people" in his corner at the Republican National Convention, but Tom Brady won't be one of them.

    😨 Despite owning a "MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN" hat, the Patriots quarterback reportedly won't be showing up in Cleveland later this month to support the Republican presumptive presidential nominee, according to ESPN. Brady has not publicly commented on the convention.

    In June, Trump told a crowd of supporters in Richmond that he was thinking of calling upon the likes of Brady, Ben Roethlisberger and UFC president Dana White to speak on his behalf at the RNC.

    “We’re going to do it a little different, if it’s okay,” he told the crowd, according to the New York Times. “I’m thinking about getting some of the great sports people who like me a lot.”

    The four-time Super Bowl champion has referred to Trump as a "good friend," but he hasn't gone as far as to endorse his buddy and has mostly tried to steer conversation away from politics. So, it isn't a huge surprise that Brady would look to avoid the spotlight of the RNC, especially with a season to prepare for and a four-game Deflategate suspension still hanging over his head.

    Last month, Roethlisberger was quick to deny that he'd be making an endorsement or speaking at the convention: "I’m not getting into politics during my playing career," he told the Washington Post....


    Ben and Tom if you believe in Donald Trump then say it now, don't hide your true feelings

  16. Anonymous8:39 PM

    Donald Trump’s Slip in Polls Has G.O.P. Worried About Congress

    ... Should Mr. Trump falter badly in his second debate with Hillary Clinton on Sunday in St. Louis, Republican congressional candidates may take it as a cue to flee openly from their nominee, said two senior Republicans involved at high levels of the campaign who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss private party strategy....

    Liesl Hickey, a Republican strategist involved in several House races in swing states, said she was dismayed by a sudden exodus of independent voters in more diverse parts of the country.

    “They are really starting to pull away from Trump,” said Ms. Hickey, describing his soaring unpopularity with independents as entering “uncharted territory.”

    Mr. Trump’s erratic behavior last week after his poor performance in the first debate with Mrs. Clinton — attacking a former beauty pageant winner over her weight, and making an issue of the Clintons’ marriage — has alarmed a number of Republican senators, including Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the majority leader. Mr. McConnell expressed concern that Mr. Trump might not have bottomed out yet and could lose even more support among women, according to a Republican official who spoke on the condition of anonymity to recount a private conversation....

    1. Anonymous9:05 PM

      No matter how you dress it up, a turd is a turd. Just like Palin going "rogue," he's headed the same route.

      How can he turn it around? More than enough fodder and a "leopard" doesn't change its spots.

    2. Anonymous6:14 AM

      could lose even more support among women,
      is that even possible at this point?

  17. Anonymous8:55 PM

    I just read Sarah Palin has trouble standing? Is she okay? Not too long ago Immoral Minority posted pictures of Sarah Palin's face all jacked up. Is that the result of not being able to stand?

    1. Anonymous9:28 PM

      HUH? Comprehension is clearly not your forte. Please re-read what you thought you did.

    2. Anonymous1:34 AM

      8:55 pm, most people have forgotten the Rock Running story because it sounded false. Sarah claimed to not be able to put one foot in front of another when it is more likely her reflexes have slowed or she forgot to duck from an incoming fist.

  18. Anonymous8:58 PM

    Trump Gives Lesson on Pronouncing Nevada, Gets It Wrong
    This lesson gets an "F."

    Donald Trump on Wednesday gave a lesson on linguistics to a Nevada crowd on how to pronounce the name of the state — and got it wrong. "NevAHHHHdah," Trump told the crowd in Reno, saying "nobody out here says it the other way."

    The correct way to pronounce the name of the Silver State is "NevADDah." Then-state archivist Guy Rocha told NBC News back in 2008 that the latter way is the correct version to pronounce the state name.

  19. Anonymous9:11 PM

    Trump immediately goes after Alicia Machado for telling the world about her horrible experience with the man who wants to be president.

    Trump immediately attack Hillary Clinton after she talks negative about him

    Trump attacked Rosie O'Donnell, Megyn Kelly, Carly Fiorina and others

    But I noticed something interesting. There's one woman Donald Trump hasn't attacked for making fun of him.

    Michelle Obama hammers Trump over taxes, Twitter, PTSD
    Politico - Oct 4, 2016

    Michelle Obama Attacks Trump On Campaign Trial, Mocking GOP ...
    Western Journalism - 9 hours ago

    Michelle Obama Just Destroyed Trump In Powerful Speech
    GOOD Magazine - Oct 4, 2016

    Watch Michelle Obama land the perfect zinger about Donald ...
    The Week Magazine - Oct 4, 2016

    Michelle Obama lacerates Donald Trump and even mocks his mic ...
    Los Angeles Times - Oct 4, 2016

    1. Anonymous10:48 PM

      Maybe he has not gone after The. First Lady because she is black, a female and not busty enough to be a ten on the Trump Scale reducing women to their looks only.

    2. Anonymous10:54 PM

      I think this ad is excellent. I was stunned that Pence denied Trump's own words. Chris from MSNBC tweeted about Pence's gaslighting. Every day Trump lies that he did not do or say what he said. Do not elect a ticket that practices gas lighting aided by Kellyanne Conway and Giuliani.

  20. O/T...Does anyone know if this WikiLeaks memo is true? Was this really a government cover-up? No one seems to be talking about this.

    However, if you google...Clinton plane crash...all kinds of links come up. I'm curious to know if this really happened.

    1. As usual - it's nothing but BS.

    2. Anonymous3:25 AM

      Nope. just more BS.

  21. Anonymous11:15 PM

    Trump To Dying People: Stick Around Long Enough To Vote For Me

    “I say kiddingly, but I mean it.”

    1. Anonymous12:33 PM

      Can't wait for SNL this Saturday night.

  22. Anonymous11:16 PM

    Donald Trump’s Slip in Polls Has G.O.P. Worried About Congress

  23. Ricky Vaughn11:29 PM

    Hey 7:54 & 8:14, you might want to look up who your buddy Sam Hyde is. I'll give you a hint: you got trolled.

  24. Anonymous12:38 AM

    Trump's Accountant "I'm the one who did all the work."

    Did any of us really believe that Trump did anything except sign the returns?

    Trump is taking credit for winning the VP debate too. Says choosing Mike Pence is an example of his good judgement. Says Pence was his first choice and his first hire.

    Wonder how Pence feels now after cleaning up after Trump, denying denying denying everything Trump said and basically putting on the face of sanity in an insane campaign.

    Pence should shut up and let Donald take the credit as Donald doesn't like to be upstaged and that's exactly what Pence did. Apparently Donald wasn't happy with Pence's success. Probably why Donald is taking the credit for it.

    1. Anonymous3:29 AM

      Donald Jr. offered the VP slot to Kasich FIRST. Told him he would be the most powerful VP in history (he forgot about Dickless Cheney's rein) Told Kasich he would be in charge of domestic and foreign policy. When asked what would tRump be doing, he said "Making America Great Again" Kasich turned him down. Saint Mikeal Pence was NOT his first choice.

    2. Anonymous12:36 PM

      Pence wasn't even his second choice. Pence was forced on him by the GOP.

      Donald wanted Chris Christie. (You could tell he secretly promised it to him when Christie dropped out and endorsed him. Ass kisser.)

      So much for Donald's judgement. Look at Christie now.

  25. Anonymous2:18 AM

    Pence's comment, "You're whipping that Mexican thing out again" has just brought in over 100,000 new Latino voter registrations!!!

    1. Anonymous12:37 PM

      Probably helped turn Florida blue.

      Many Cuban Americans are conservatives and registered Republican but they are NOT voting for Trump.

  26. Anonymous3:48 AM

    Republicans have single handedly and knowingly caused our country harm. Espionage and liars within us. The party of bully.
    Beginning with lack of security 911 loss of life, moving on to more war with more countries, creating a huge debt, financial crimes, housing crimes, unregulated utilities, oost of living, healthcare, energy. Private prisons schools etc is a failure, They have allowed our Public education system to crumble, our roads, bridges, infrastructure to dissolve, our manufacturing lost, our natural resources depleted, our land sold and polluted, our history tarnished, citizen united, flooding the country with assault weapons in the hands of unregulated militias, and now today presents a candidate dictator to finish the job. Yep. We have a choice. Vote in force and remove the social disease. Vote democrat.

  27. I'm breathing a bit easier with Clinton s lead as is right now but it was frightening how rapidly the Trump momentum overtook such a lead not so long ago. All Democrats, anyone who even sees the possibility not a Trump presidency must get out there and vote. The poll patterns of this upcoming election show a much less certain outcome, a closer race than Romney-Obama, and there were many who felt that Romney would win it. I m still concerned. Kaine did not present as well as Pence. And there are more debates to come. Also developments can shift the polls very quickly

    1. Anonymous12:38 PM

      I want her over 80% chance of winning.

      I want Iowa in the blue.

      After that, if we get Arizona, that will just be a bonus.

  28. Anonymous4:10 AM

    Billionaire needs money to purchase a heart.

    “I don’t care how sick you are. I don’t care if you just came back from the doctor and he gave you the worst possible prognosis, meaning it’s over, you won’t be around in two weeks. Doesn’t matter. Hang out till Nov. 8. Get out and vote.”
    -Donald Trump
    "Neh-VAH-da" rally

    Donald Trump not only made fun of dying people, The Donald made fun of a sick person with pneumonia.

    Donald's campaign takes direct aim at Hillary Clinton's recent illness, when a bout of pneumonia kept her off the campaign trail for a few days.

    "I hope Hillary overcomes all her recent health problems, but let’s face it, she’s just not up for the job," said the email to Trump supporters. "Help me defeat her and give you the strong leadership you deserve – make one generous donation ASAP."

    1. Anonymous6:20 AM

      Just one more group he can blame when he loses: I would have won but those sick people died first.

    2. Anonymous12:39 PM

      Gee, he stopped just short of "put me in your will."

  29. Anonymous4:21 AM

    “I understand the tax laws better than almost anyone,” Trump told a rally crowd in Colorado on Monday, “and that is why I am one that can truly fix them.”

    “I did all the tax preparation,” Jack Mitnick told “Inside Edition” on Tuesday. “He never saw the product until it was presented to him for signature.”

  30. Anonymous6:42 AM

    Seth Meyers did a great side by side: Pence denying Trump said that on one side, with Trump saying it on the other.

    Too bad it takes our late night comedians to do the job of the journalist.

  31. Anonymous7:11 AM

    Seth Meyers did a great side by side:

    Pence denying Trump said that on one side, with Trump saying it on the other, would make a great ad.

    Although I just heard today from some people, I don’t know, but they told me Hillary’s campaign cloned little Donnie, that isn’t him insulting people, that is his clone, but who knows, maybe they are right, these people, I don’t know

  32. Anonymous8:26 AM


    1. Anonymous3:39 PM

      Style's lawyers have already contacted the RNC. I expect they'll settle for a payoff rather than go to court. The RNC doesn't need any more front page headaches. They'll either pay to use the photo (after the fact) or they'll pull it. My guess is they'll pay.

  33. Anonymous11:34 AM

    323 now. 48% of the popular.

    Donald lost votes. He's now at 214 electoral and 43% popular.

    Johnson is unchanged. Remarkable considering what an uneducated dunce he is. I think his are mostly protest votes from the right. Stein doesn't even register. So much for protest votes from the left.

    Looks like Ohio is turning blue.

    She already has Nevada, Florida and North Carolina.

    After Iowa the next one to watch is Arizona. Boy, that will be a historical flip if it happens.

    Meanwhile, Paul Ryan is making an ass of himself by campaigning with Donald Trump in Wisconsin. Now there's a lost cause. Does Ryan really think he's going to score points with Republicans by standing next to Cheeto Hitler?

  34. Anonymous12:18 PM

    It's like these idiots have no concept of video.

    Mike Pence should know better.

    You can't deny something that's on tape.

    And *that* is not only providing material for Hillary's campaign but plenty of fodder for the late night shows. Trump (and now Pence) are a laughingstock. They are the butt of everyone's jokes. Colbert, Maher, Oliver, Kimmel, Meyer, SNL.

    So now we have the Liar and the Denier. What a pair. I'll bet deluded Mike Pence still thinks that just because he won the debate on style his political career is not over.

    1. Anonymous3:36 PM

      Tim Kaine may have "lost" the debate but he did what a VP is supposed to do. He attacked and made the opposition respond. And they couldn't have responded any better than they did. Mike Pence's denials were perfect when paired with Trump's statements. Sorry, but Magic Mike can't make Donald disappear until after the election. After the denial, the twitter rages and failure to concede, it will be a miracle if Magic Mike can make Donald appear in public anywhere.

      In fact, it may be another GOP first, with the VP candidate conceding and making the speech (that Sarah wanted to make) because the losing presidential candidate is no where to be found. (Off having a hissy and plotting his twitter revenge.)

  35. Anonymous9:29 PM

    Pence was running for President 2020 during the debate. He not only very subtly and gently threw Trump under the bus, but Ted Cruz too.

    "So gently did Mike Pence throw Donald Trump under the bus on Tuesday night that the treadmarks on Trump’s forehead barely showed. But Pence’s bus was moving at warp speed when it mowed down Ted Cruz.

    Observers may be forgiven for thinking that this debate was about 2016. Pence, after all, is Trump’s running mate, charged with helping him seize the White House. But his real mission was more subtle: to play the loyal Republican soldier while decorously avoiding the — perhaps impossible — task of defending Trump’s words and deeds."

    "This was no accident — it was vehicular manslaughter, aimed straight at Cruz’s plans for the future. By playing the loyal soldier, Pence cast Cruz as the self-serving freelancer, posing as the conscience of conservatism while moving from one calculation to the next."


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