Friday, November 25, 2016

Here you go, another sighting of our true President.

Ah Hillary, just imagine all that we could have accomplished if they had not stolen this election from you. 


  1. Anonymous2:41 AM

    That's a very sweet photo. And people have the nerve to say Hillary is cold.

    1. Anonymous5:24 AM


    2. Anonymous6:27 AM

      @Anonymous 2:41 AM

      That's a very sweet photo. And peopl''e have the nerve to say Hillary is cold.''
      Only the Repubs who are master propagandists say that. We, who are smart know better, we know it is all propaganda to bring down a ambitious woman, who wants to help the masses.

    3. Anonymous8:01 AM

      "And people have the nerve to say Hillary is cold."

      You must mean Bill, he has said that and much more about his wife.

    4. Anonymous2:09 PM

      @ 8:01
      It must be difficult to live with hate in your life everyday.

      What makes it even worse is that you create lies to perpetuate your hatred.

  2. I just got back from our local trash dump. I figured, get rid of that stripped turkey carcass lest the bones get to stink.

    6 in the morning, so I couldn't resist, and drove by our local WalMart expecting the largest gathering of what one might suppose our county could manage of its ignorant Trump voters.

    :o Nothing. Not even a 20 percent full parking lot of a 24 hour supercenter. Maybe buyers remorse is setting already since Nov. 8?

    When liberals win, such as June 26, 2015, pandemonium breaks out on the Supreme Court steps and the White House is lit up in rainbow colors. So when right-wingers defeat us, where's their euphoria? Where is the argument that Trump will be a more deliberative, sober-minded and studied decision maker than Hillary?

    Okay, I've had my laugh for the morning. :)

    1. Anonymous8:13 AM

      That is quite an interesting thread you are attempting to string together... Walmart and the Trump.

      Walmart.... the same Walmart that put mom and pop shops around the country out of business? The same Walmart that skirts the edge of all labor laws as a method of practice? The same Walmart that notriously attempts to tamp down all unionization efforts? The same Walmart that embodies all that is rampant greedy capitalism?

      The same Walmart that Hillary Clinton sat on the board of directors for for 6 years...?! Oops dvlaries, oops.

    2. Anonymous8:45 AM

      It's HILARIOUS that Trump will finish off the soon-to-be-tax-burdened middle class and that's who shops at Walmart.

      It's not really hilarious; it's me about whom i'm talking.

  3. Anonymous3:19 AM

    The continued 24/7
    "certain" media spin about the usa election and espionage that handed the gift of USA to the trump foundation and at their disposal is OUTRAGEOUS. America was not for sale. It gets a bit tired hearing all the excuses and defense of bad behavior, liars and unethical business practice that hacked and manipulated our United States of America Infrastructure, grid and the Election of Our new President! To hear certain republicans make excuses knowing full well that they did not win fair and square. They rigged, lied, cheated, committed crimes against innocent usa citizen and look at us square in the eyes and lie about it on national tv. Nope, "you people" can take your lying circus show to hell.


      "Two teams of independent researchers found that the Russians exploited American-made technology platforms to attack U.S. democracy at a particularly vulnerable moment, as an insurgent candidate harnessed a wide range of grievances to claim the White House. The sophistication of the Russian tactics may complicate efforts by Facebook and Google to crack down on “fake news,” as they have vowed to do after widespread complaints about the problem.

      There is no way to know whether the Russian campaign proved decisive in electing Trump, but researchers portray it as part of a broadly effective strategy of sowing distrust in U.S. democracy and its leaders. The tactics included penetrating the computers of election officials in several states and releasing troves of hacked emails that embarrassed Clinton in the final months of her campaign.

      “They want to essentially erode faith in the U.S. government or U.S. government interests,” said Clint Watts, a fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute who along with two other researchers has tracked Russian propaganda since 2014. “This was their standard mode during the Cold War. The problem is that this was hard to do before social media.” "

  4. Connie4:45 AM

    I voted for Hilary. I believe the election was stolen from her. And I believe had she won both the Electoral College and popular vote the current worthless denizens of the D.C. swamp would have made her life unbearable.

    You can see it in her eyes. She still is dedicated to making a difference, but perhaps it's the younger generations turn to slay the beasts. She is free from the battle and it feels good right now.

    For no reason other than she is a strong women men decided she needed to be taught a lesson. I've heard the screed loud and clear for thirty years. Men don't share. Men and only men are allowed certain characteristics (i.e. bossy vs leader) And men get a pass when they are the biggest hypocrite but a woman must be pure of defect - although there is that original sin they keep harping about from their genocidal misogynistic holy book so there can't be a defect free woman.

    Did I get my lesson correct? What do I win? I mean beside the status quo for another 2000 years?

    1. Anonymous6:31 AM

      Hillary was robbed. She won that election. Penn, Michigan and Wisconsin were flipped for Trump at the last minute by hackers, and it is crying shame.

      Gore was robbed in 2000.

    2. Anonymous7:54 AM

      Yeah that is totally false 6:31.

      Internal polling is why the Clinton campaign cancelled the planned fireworks several days before the election. They knew she was going to lose. Bubba warned the campaign about losing the rust belt, and he was right.


      "It has fallen to Jill Stein, Green Party candidate to demand a recount in key states. Her fight may be quixotic, but people will remember who fought for them, who fought for the planet, and who sat back on their duffs and kowtowed the emperor.


      It is why, absent a charismatic candidate like Barack Obama at the head of the ticket, Democrats always lose."

      "Indeed, all of what Republicans would be doing, and all of what the Cave-ocrats do not do, comes down to a simple proposition: Republicans are in constant political war, because they want power, and want to consolidate power, and want to make it impossible to dislodge them from power.

      For Republicans a lost 2016 election would never be “over”.

      Democrats do not. Thus, Democrats do not go to the mat, they do not realize that showing they will fight, and fight hard, even if they lose, is what people need to see before they can begin to have any faith that they mean what they say.

      On December 8, 2008, I wrote an article outlining just what the Obama Administration should do, and could do, to address the heartland voters. I called it the “Great American Heartland Initiative“. Had Obama done that Democrats would be enjoying large majorities for decades to come for the simple reason that Republicans offer nothing, except tax cuts for the wealthy and removing regulations so that, for example, tobacco companies can back into the business of addicting our children.

      But, if one does not go to meet and live with the people that really need help, and show you will fight with everything and never give up, you will lose to those who see every disagreement as war, and look for any opening, any crack, any space, to occupy.

      Democrats’ conducted “autopsies” following their catastrophic defeats in 2010 and 2014. The conclusions they came to, that they “have to do a better job of getting out their message”, were ludicrous. They will do another one. Their conclusions will be at least as ludicrous.

      How many times did President Obama go back to Congress asking for a modification to the Affordable Care Act? Zero. And, whatever he requested would have been rejected. But, fighting for it, for ways to improve it, would have resonated with voters. Sure, it would have been used as examples for what is wrong with bill, but so what? They were lying about it anyhow, and the entire dialogue could have been shoved back down their throats.

      By contrast, Republicans tried 60 times to repeal it. On the 61st try, they will now achieve it.

      When the Democrats controlled the Senate, how many times did Harry Reid (D-NV) hold hearings just for the sake of showing his majority was fighting for something? Answer: Zero. The Republicans do that all the time."

  5. Anonymous5:38 AM

    Yes, our true President.

  6. Anonymous7:31 AM

    Clinton leads in California by 4 million votes.

    Hilary Clinton is the true President of California!

    4 million wasted votes in California.

    Why don't you morons start a petition to have them reassigned to Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan?

    Welcome to the wilderness moron.

  7. Anonymous7:45 AM

    I'll take the one on the left.

    Hillary lost the election. Nothing was 'stolen' you ass. Still living in the same echo chamber that helped Hillary LOSE the election I see. Good luck with that, your echo chamber.

    1. Anonymous8:30 AM

      Wow. That's a really fast adaptation of your neo-nazi fearless leader's perverted sociopathic mind-set.

      Thank you for the preview of what's to come and for rallying hero Hillary's supporters to kick you and your brothers-in-lewdness collective asses to the muthafuckin' curb, you big fat zero.

    2. Anonymous9:42 AM

      @8:30 Me? I'd KICK THEM where it HURT$! ;-)

  8. Anonymous7:52 AM

    Where did you find this picture? Just wondering if it was taken in Westerly.


    "Consider what would be happening if Donald Trump (or any Republican for that matter) had won the popular vote by two million votes but lost the electoral college.

    Consider further what would be happening now if Hillary Clinton had won the electoral college and had previously called upon Russia to hack into Trump’s campaign, had sent Chelsea to meet secretly with Putin’s people in Paris during the campaign, and specific Russian involvement in the campaign had been acknowledged.

    Consider still further what would be happening now if, in her president-elect transition, Hillary Clinton were telling foreign leaders that it might be a cool idea if they would give money to the Clinton Foundation so that it could expand its activities further.

    Is there even a scintilla of doubt that Trump would be attacking the system, attacking the voting process, encouraging supporters to rally and riot, to find out the names of electors and harass them, to be demanding jail time not White House time for Hillary, and suggest that “Second Amendment rights” should be exercised?

    Is there a scintilla of doubt that Trump would seize on the computer analysis and demand recounts?

    And, is there a scintilla of doubt that, failing to keep Hillary from taking the oath of office, the Republicans would have already used these protests and tactics to label her a minority president who lost the will of the people, and start down the path of undermining the legitimacy of her presidency?

    Hillary, they would say, has no right to a Supreme Court nominee. Period. They would not confirm anyone to the Supreme Court for 4 years, as the will of the majority was otherwise. They would not allow any of her cabinet or agency appointees to take office, forcing her to work with those who are willing to stay on from the Obama Administration.

    The rest is rather obvious.

    By contrast, what are the Democrats (aka, Cave-ocrats) doing? "

    Well, for one thing they're leaving it to JILL STEIN to do all of the heavy lifting.

    Oh, and they're signing a damned petition.

    That's pretty much it.

    1. Anonymous10:00 AM

      What are you doing except being pissed off, raising your blood pressure and calling people names? Get off it, it's over.

    2. 10:00 cowardly little anonymous

      Gee, you Trumpoholics can't even be gracious winners.

      You truly are bitter.

      Go home and clutch your gun and your bible. You have nothing to contribute to conversation or society.

      How sad that if you disappeared off the face of the earth, no one would care and nothing would matter.

      There are plenty of Walmart greeters ready to step up and take your place. Once size fits all vests.

    3. Anonymous1:08 PM

      "You truly are bitter."

      Ha. Somebody needs to read their own posts.

  10. Anonymous8:26 AM

    Hillary was sunk by her own damblasted email fiasco. I voted Democrat with a really bad taste in my mouth, but I did. My feeling at the time was that I voted for someone who likely would be impeached and start another war, in her first and only term. She has been groomed by the DNC since she became NY senator, and thought she was entitled to be elected; but all that grooming didn't make people like her. As for the popular vote, I (and I expect many others) voted Democratic, not "for" Hillary; rather, against Trump. Better the devil you know, and we certainly know the Clintons.

    1. Congratulation, you are a Right Wing media success story.

      You allowed your opinion to be shaped by half truths and outright fabrications, and you are apparently none the wiser.

      You are now officially what is wrong with this country.

    2. Anonymous8:58 AM

      8:26, do we really know the Trumps?

    3. Anonymous9:48 AM

      "Back in 2010, Epstein admitted to “socializing” with Trump, but when a lawyer representing an under-aged victim of Epstein’s asked if he has “ever socialized with Donald Trump in the presence of females under the age of 18,” Epstein curiously pled the Fifth."

      "There is no debate over what happened," said one of Roberts' attorneys. "I served Mr. Trump with a subpoena for deposition in 2009. He talked to me voluntarily, and consequently we withdrew the subpoena in light of his voluntarily providing information…. I can't imagine there being any dispute of any of this."

    4. Anonymous2:20 PM

      I proudly voted for Hillary Clinton. I think she would have been a splendid president; she might still become a splendid president. I think that we Democrats should stop being "ashamed" of our candidate and appreciate the fact that she beat Donald Trump by over 2 million votes - that's a pretty wide margin.

    5. It wasn't the e-mails, it was the hubris of the Democratic Party.

      It was a perfect storm of liberal failure.

      “So what, exactly, do the great minds of the party tell themselves now?

      There are plenty of culprits to fixate on. Already Clinton herself, and no doubt some of those around her, have blamed the FBI director, James Comey. There’s the predictable screaming about the undemocratic nature of the Electoral College, because apparently millions of Americans didn’t realize before last week that they weren’t living in ancient Athens.

      Democrats lost because for a while now they’ve been telling themselves a story about modern politics. And while that story is comforting and has some significant truth at its core, it turns out to be dangerously wishful.

      This particular story goes all the way back to 2002, when the writers Ruy Teixeira and John Judis published an influential book called “The Emerging Democratic Majority.” At a time when Democrats were dispirited, Teixeira and Judis argued, presciently, that the country’s demographics were evolving in ways that would ultimately favor their candidates.

      As racial minorities and women came to encompass ever larger blocs of the electorate in the years ahead, and as the small-town South lost population to urban and western America, Democratic constituencies would inevitably gain a numerical advantage over traditionally conservative blocs.

      Basically, the party’s leading funders and operatives decided that they didn’t have to pander to white people living outside of cities anymore, because with each passing year their voters were cementing a new majority and redrawing the electoral map. Every election now was going to be a turnout election; get the people who already agree with you to the polls, and you don’t have to worry very much about persuading anyone else.

      Barack Obama’s two elections seemed to them to validate this new Democratic math. Obama relied on a coalition of African-Americans and Latinos, along with first-time voters and women, to become only the fourth Democrat in history to break the 50 percent barrier — twice.

      And so this was Hillary’s driving theory of the race. Her campaign was effectively nothing but a giant turnout operation, crunching data on reliable Democratic voters while simultaneously keeping the candidate herself from saying anything remotely interesting. She ran on a database, rather than on an argument; the more Trump alienated and motivated her base, the less she felt the need to make any discernible case."

      "The second problem is that even if you buy that a Democrat can maximize turnout among minorities and the already converted, it doesn’t mean you can simply forget about everyone else. In politics, how well you do among your own constituencies isn’t all that matters; there’s also the question of just how poorly you do among the groups you can’t win.

      An analysis by The Hill newspaper found that while Clinton actually performed better than Obama in the most densely populated counties of states like Pennsylvania and Michigan, she trailed him by much larger margins in the all-white rural areas, which sealed her defeat.

      Why? Because she never so much as looked in their direction."

      "According to excellent reporting by the New York Times’ Amy Chozick, no less a strategist than Bill Clinton himself argued to his wife’s campaign command that she, too, needed to speak to white working-class voters. No one listened. They were all about the database."

  11. Anonymous9:39 AM

  12. Anonymous10:43 AM

    Ok. I think people have to get off their soapbox and admit, even a tiny bit, that the RNC was determined to bring down Hillary. Other women? No. Just Hillary. From the day they saw her they felt threatened. Back in the day when they were novices at this evil game they play, they attacked her on her headband, and cookies. Then it gravitated slowly and steadily towards the emails, and Banghazi. They did that with the blue dress Monica wore and boy were the Republican constituents focused in on whether they'd find semen. The Republicans have this thing with the Clintons who who are as all American as you can get, and yet they hate this ocuple. I think because like JFK the Clintons are openminded to other people's way of life. The Clintons and Democrats personify the Martin Luther King days when black people started to realize that they were being oppressed and they could do something about it. Republicans know Democrats are peace loving beings, and they don't want that. They want war, war with words, and the American people bowing slavishly down at their agenda of keeping all the minorities just enough in the picture so as not to appear like the minority of frightened whites will not lose their place in this world. Hillary was brought down by men. And it took a lot of men to bring her down. A lot! And it took a lot of money too. I am glad to see her smiling. I think Donald and co. will make hell of our country in four years, and hopefully the democrats realize they've been duped again, and come back and fix donnie's even bigger budget deficit. I guess, even the Republican's should have a chance to try to "fix" things, and when they screw it up more we as voters come back with our one little vote that counts only when we are pissed off. And yes, Hillary would have been an awesome president. And yes, the Republicans would have made her presidency hell. They are like mosquitoes. So, Democrats, group together. Get a game plan with the heading, fixing Donnie's mess. Then a long range plan, fixing the Republican's mess. It's just how it is.

  13. Anonymous12:38 PM

    "You are now officially what is wrong with this country."

    Shit, Gryphen, I voted Democratic. I have always voted Democratic, and I've seen a few more elections come and go than you have. Just because I don't put Hillary on a pedestal and light candles in her honor you cast aspersions on my ability to think clearly and independently.

    Good show.

    1. Anonymous12:51 AM

      12:38-I just came here to mention that "they" didn't steal anything from her. She lost the states she needed to win. She also ignored them. She didn't make ONE trip to Wisconsin, and it turns out that was a yuge mistake. I voted for her as a vote against Fat Donald, but I saw her negative qualities clearly. That was frowned upon around here. Has anybody discussed the fact that Hillary didn't want to take part in any recounts? What's up with that? People who hate her guts voted for her, and she owes them something-like an interest in finding out if she actually won the popular AND the stupid electoral college vote.

  14. This picture just had me burst into tears....that's all I'm going to say. My heart is broken.


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