It's quite amusing to see the left go all out of Joe Biden these days, partially because I think of all the potential Democrat candidates Joe Biden is one of the most, if not THE most dangerous for Donald Trump to face and conservatives underestimate him at our peril. But what's really Amusing is to … Continue reading What Do Joe Biden and Jeff Epstein have in Common? Why DatechGuy’s Laws of media outrage of course
And you pay for the party by baldilocks For years, people have repeatedly suggested that I run for office, specifically, for the House; this was especially so when I lived in Maxine Waters’ district. I refused because I didn’t want my personal life and people involved in my personal life to become public spectacles, but … Continue reading The US Congress is a Den of Iniquity
The conventional wisdom holds that Joe Biden would be the most formidable opponent for Donald Trump. The problem with conventional wisdom—as evidenced by the recent failure of Hillary Clinton as the anointed one—is that it’s often wrong. Many of the Democrat candidates are frauds. But Biden has so much baggage I hope he runs. He … Continue reading Joe Biden is a Fraud
Timon: Let me get this straight. You know her. She knows you. But she wants to eat him. And everybody's okay with this? The Lion King 1994 Over at Yid with Lid old friend Jeff Dunetz writes about an interesting bit from Donna Brazile's book: According to Philip Rucker of the Washington Post who obtained an … Continue reading Donna Brazile Makes you go Hmmmmm #1 F*** Bernie Give me Biden!
Be careful what you wish for, Republicans. Hillary Clinton's medical episode today, officially diagnosed as a result of a three-days of pneumonia, has raised serious questions about her future as the Democratic nominee for President. Pundits are speculating. Some conservative publications are saying, "told you so!" Even some of her most ardent defenders in the press have … Continue reading The Last Thing the GOP Wants is Hillary Dropping Out
By John Ruberry Last Wednesday in a Rose Garden ceremony Vice President Joe Biden, with President Obama at his side, announced that he will not be a candidate for president in 2016, although he certainly sounded like one. And Biden heralded art of compromise in his address. I believe we have to end the divisive … Continue reading Biden’s praise of compromise rings hollow
By A.P. Dillon Hillary was in front of the Benghazi panel. Her avowed enemies sat on the other side, asking the questions. But what difference does it make? As we saw with the first Democrat debate, there was a lot of yelling, socialism and talk of 'free stuff'. I'm going to go ahead and say the … Continue reading Webb Out, Biden Out and What Difference Does It Make
Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other. Benjamin Franklin Yesterday Marco Rubio was all over the various networks and several blogs talking about both his CNBC interview and his Today show interview and they are both worth your time. But while the interviews in question are generating some buzz it seems … Continue reading Marco Rubio accidently Defines Joe Biden Perfectly
By John Ruberry A year ago a third presidential campaign by Joe Biden would have been greeted by guffaws from Anchorage to Key West. But the plummeting opinion poll numbers of struggling frontrunner Hillary Clinton have re-opened the trap door for the vice president. Clinton's primary opponent is socialist Bernie Sanders--but few people think the … Continue reading How bad is it for the Democrats? Biden is touted as their savior
I've been re-watching Ken Burns Civil War series which is one of the finest Television shows that has ever been made & one of the best argument for PBS back in the three network days. They talked about Robert E. Lee being opposed to both Slavery (he called it a Moral & Political evil) and … Continue reading Robert E Lee , Joe Biden and “Personally Opposed”
Over the next few years you are going to be branded as bigots, hated and derided. You will be portrayed in every form of culture, plays, TV series and movies as people to be shunned and no member of the media will fail to come after you for your offenses against the twin sacraments of … Continue reading Kim Davis MLK and Civil Disobedience vs George Wallace The Democrat Party & Political Opportunism
On twitter there is a big move to start a "boycott Indiana" movement for its decision to be the 20th state to pass a Religious Freedom Law to protect Christians from persecution for refusing to support Gay Marriage. By an odd coincidence the same media types who have been attacking the Gov of Indiana have … Continue reading Will the Boycott Indiana crowd boycott The Kennedy Institute?
Albert: Do you remember my briefing, Shona? Shona: Yeah. Well, no. I remember some of it. Albert: Some of it? Bellows: How much? Shona: Till he put his hand on my knee. And then I was just grossing. Albert: It was intended as a comfort. Bellows: For whom? Doctor Who Last Christmas 2014 Today is … Continue reading Ash Wednesday and Joe Biden
by Fausta Rodriguez Wertz As Russia continues its grasping, President Obama is in Wales for the NATO meeting . . . but he was "noticeably absent" from the start of the meeting,Obama was late to the Ukraine meeting because of other meetings on Afghanistan and a meeting with King Abdullah of Jordan, according to a … Continue reading The week in the administration
You don't need a formal announcement that you're running for president when you have this: Not even the vice president supported the trade of the Taliban 5 for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. According to a new report, Vice President Joe Biden remained "neutral on the prisoner swap." "While Vice President Joe Biden was neutral on the … Continue reading Joe Biden on Bergdahl: I know nothing I see nothing…