Trump, Rubio, Clinton and FLORIDA

palm-treesClinton is way ahead in Florida among Hispanics.  So is Rubio, who’s up for reelection.

THIS is a fascinating article I urge you to read…. here’s my question:

Does Rubio have the guts to campaign for himself and ask his fellow Hispanic voters to vote for TRUMP?   Can he do that and win himself?

I’d love to know what you all think!  It hit me that he just might not want to do that…..

This sickens me a little : “The poll shows Rubio and Murphy tied among English speakers, but he leads Murphy by 16 points among Spanish speakers.”    Rubio is tied among English speakers with MURPHY?  So all he’s really got going there for himself is his ancestry?

This is even WORSE and why I published this story today:  “Here’s the reality,” a top Republican involved in organizing Florida’s get-out-the-vote effort for Trump and Rubio said. “If Clinton gets the same margins as Obama did in Florida, she’s probably the next president.”

THOUGHTS?

Z

 

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48 Responses to Trump, Rubio, Clinton and FLORIDA

  1. fredd says:

    Don’t be bothered, Z. I think Hilllary’s political career is toast at this point. I don’t think her handlers can spin their way out of this last collapse, much less pump her up for the debates (three of them, count ’em, THREE)

  2. Tribes voting as tribes.

  3. bocopro says:

    Ahh, at this point, what DIFference does it make!

    I’ve long believed that the great majority of Murkans who bother to cast a ballot are single-issue zealots — abortion, entitlements, economy, defense . . . you name it.

    In that light, I reckon language is equally valid to most of the other motivators.

    Unless and until some outside agent comes in and bloodies our collective nose again, we are irreconcilably divided as a nation; our legislative body is perpetually gridlocked by partisanship; our system of choosing leaders has degenerated into a vaudevillian popularity contest driven by obscenely wealthy movers and shakers; Christianity has been driven from schools and other government buildings, the floodgates are locked open for influx of impoverished, unskilled, unassimilable followers of a stone-age moon god who want to dismantle our society and install their 7th century paradigm in its place; average citizens are afraid to express themselves honestly for fear of being branded racist or being sued; and special interest groups have a choke-hold on power and wealth.

    We needs us a nasty enemy to amalgamize us again like as Pearl Harbor did in ’41, back when we still actually manufactured something other than political correctness and nuisance lawsuits and social justice movements based on unfounded myth.

    Maybe if we taught some skills classes in high school instead of PC and revisionist history and had some meaningful college-degree-completion programs instead of 17th century Basque Lesbian poetry and certificates for “Would you like fries with that?” and stopped funding sanctuary cities and abortion clinics and put some sensible limits on food stamps and welfare and subsidized housing and . . . and maybe the moon will fall into the Pacific near Santa Barbara and render it all moot.

  4. geeez2014 says:

    fredd, she’s going to be our next president, with legal voting or non legal voting.

  5. I agree with the GOP operative….most of what I’ve read points to Trump not having a very coherent state level strategy and operation, at least compared to past GOP campaigns.

  6. fredd says:

    Z: nah, none of that skulduggery helped elect President Gore, or President Kerry. And those were pretty dang close elections. She’s got no chance.

    I look forward to a Trump administration.

  7. Sparky says:

    I’m with fredd on this one, the HildaBeast’s political career is toast. We’re watching the desperate gasping of a dying dinosaur way of thinking. She’s not popular, only in pockets around the Country. Even on the Yahoo! News comments (a liberal venue), the comments are almost entirely Pro-Trump. It’s very encouraging. As for Rubio, who can say which way the mental midget’s ill wind will blow. Time will tell I guess.

  8. geeez2014 says:

    AND now we have Trump promising childcare and employee leave for six weeks after the baby’s born…all paid for!
    How many Conservatives will he lose from that?

    fredd, I think you’re dreaming….

  9. Imp says:

    Hey CI…here’s what your islamists want your Republic to look like. Here’s what those “harmless” refugees bring with them. Wake up man.

  10. Imp – You seem pretty confused. Are you feeling OK?

  11. AND now we have Trump promising childcare and employee leave for six weeks

    Unless I missed it, he also didn’t say how that was going to be funded.

  12. geeez2014 says:

    yes, he did say it would come out of money that he’ll be saving. SURPRISE! Never heard that before, right? Detailed info is on his site…I haven’t bothered.

    Imp: An acquaintance of mine who I really like is from Iran….her son went back there and got stuck…they were having a difficult time getting him out because he was born there and has lived here….and the gov’t of Iran wanted him to do military duty; well, I hadn’t talked to her in a couple of years and just emailed her last night, coincidentally…she told me her son did do military duty and is now going to law school THERE and has fallen in love with a girl there, and he’ll finish school and then take the Bar here…..which I found odd.

  13. geeez2014 says:

    CI…I can understand where you’re coming from when you suggest Imp might be confused or ask if he’s okay, but are Americans who hear the info in that video and SO much more, really ‘okay’? Aren’t they confused? Germans aren’t confused anymore, trust me.

  14. I care little for average Americans who get their education from the pundit class. The clip is cute though, with two members of the anti-Islam industry.

    People can ‘support’ all they want. What matters is what is legal and Constitutional. One of your commenters supported banning Mosques [in effect criminalizing a religion]. It’s the other side of the same noise. My comment was in response to the alleged “my Islamists”.

    The fervor over what Shari’a that does exist within this country is focused on, but not clearly explained by the pundits and folks who owe their employment to this issue, is voluntary arbitration, no different in practice than Hasidic Beth din’s.

    As long as we stand by the Constitution [ensure it is follow, not usurped by any extremist] it will stand nicely against anyone who truly wishes to change the nature of the Republic.

  15. Kid says:

    CI,

    – The middle class pays for everything.
    – islam is not a religion – it is a political cult with conquest and submission as it’s goal.
    – Talk to the people of Irving Texas who just missed having sharia law recognized by a 5 to 4 vote. For now they won’t have to see some woman buried up to her waist being stoned in public for the crime of being gang raped by some young savages.
    – clinton will stack the supreme court with at least one more liberal democrat political hack, and probably two making it 5 to 4 or 6 to 3 liberals. They will then bring every constitution destroying item on their wish list to the court.

  16. Mal says:

    Bocopro, “we needs us a nasty enemy to amalgamize us again like as Pearl Harbor did in ’41”. We DID. On 9/11. That was our Pearl Harbor. Consider the similarities, if you will. Both were sneak attacks. Both killed approx. the same number of Americans. Both solidified the people. The difference? Then we went back to complacency, and even elected as our next President a man that sympathizes with Muslims, the very people that caused 9/11! Its a different time and we are a different people. I know. I was around when Pearl Harbor was attacked (in Jr. High).
    As to Hillary’s health, we might even consider her illness as coming from a greater power to stop her from becoming our next chief because HE can’t depend on the stupidity of the people to keep her out! DIVINE INTERVENTION. ‘Ya think?

    😉

  17. geeez2014 says:

    CI, you never have to explain to me what your comments mean unless they’re so unclear I need to ask; I got it, believe me.
    And I’m sorry you haven’t heard enough about Sharia Law in different states to at least, POSSIBLY?, be aware of inroads some are trying to make with it?

    Pundits are sometimes the only news we can get..thanks to liberal coverups of truth…that’s just a given.

    Do you think just standing by the Constitution will help rid ourselves of the terrorism islamists are attempting in our country?

    Kid, you’d think anybody’d maybe wake up to the Irving, TX vote? I’m hoping it wakes America up.

    Bocopro..MAL’S RIGHT…after 9/11, what would it TAKE??? And people DID wake up until the “Oh, you all HATE MUSLIMS” nonsense started up a few weeks after, so people went to sleep again.

    I’m so SO eager to see American muslims marching in the streets in protest of the terror some are breeding in their mosques…what a great sign that would have been in some city in America on 9/11’s anniversary…

  18. kid – islam is not a religion.

    That’s your opinion.

    Talk to the people of Irving Texas.

    Town and city councils pass reckless and un-Constitutional measures all the time. Would never stand up to judicial review. If your solution is criminalizing a religion, you don’t have a solution…..you’d just be giving the State the power and the precedent to do the very same thing to your religion, if your colorful prophesizing were to come to pass.

  19. Z – And I’m sorry you haven’t heard enough about Sharia Law…..

    I’ve learned plenty. I’m well aware of the activities and narratives of Gaffney’s, Geller’s and Pipe’s groups.

    Standing up and defending against Islamic terrorism is the naturally right thing to do, but when one would characterize the threat simply as Muslims”, it starts to defeat the purpose, and our ideals.

  20. Kid says:

    Actually, by definitions, islam is not a religion but I’m not going to bother looking stuff up. For what purpose?

    Unconstitutional to demand that recognized laws in America are American laws ? What?

    Yes, in my new imaginary republic we’d actually do sensible things.
    Actually, if the islamist isn’t trying to kill you, he is breeding out your culture which is what we see happening all over today. So in this regard they are all the enemy.

    Anyway, no more replies from me, I can’t imagine where else the conversation would go and you have a right to your opinions.

  21. bocopro says:

    “Then we went back to complacency, and even elected as our next President a man that sympathizes with Muslims, the very people that caused 9/11! Its a different time and we are a different people. I know. I was around when Pearl Harbor was attacked (in Jr. High).”

    Yeah, we did. But the problem was that the enemy was ambiguous and the CinC said we weren’t “at war with Islam.” I like to believe that had those guys been wearing any kind of national uniform, our giddy-up-go wouldn’t’a got-up-and-went as quickly as it did.

    I was barely a year old when PH was attacked in 41. And Yeah again on our bein a different people. I grew up in a house with 3 generations in it, about a dozen people runnin around most of the time . . . people took their meals together all at the same time, got their news from radio and the evenin paper, went to church every Sunday, and didn’t even lock the doors at nite. Kids didn’t speak at table unless spoken to, and they asked permission to leave if they were finished. And we had chores . . . and homework . . . and odd jobs for pay by the time we were out of grade school.

    And men didn’t use the little girls’ restrooms and movies didn’t feature hi-explosives, hi-speed chases, and people high on mood-altering substances . . . except a li’l booze now and then. And women generally kept most of their clothes on except when swimmin. And we had party lines instead of gossip tabloids, and Christmas carolers instead of BLM and Gay Rights marches, and radio instead of TV, and cars with footstarters and clutchpedals, and girls smelled like Lifebuoy, Doublemint, and cheap perfume . . . AND you could easily distinguish them from the boys.

    O.K. Now I’ve upset myself.

    Endrant

  22. geeez2014 says:

    CI “I’ve learned plenty. I’m well aware of the activities and narratives of Gaffney’s, Geller’s and Pipe’s groups.” Please tell us that you don’t use those people for your information on Sharia? They’re fighting the attempts of Sharia HERE…it’s important to know that…but you don’t feel that’s so…tell me why again? Or do you actually doubt it even after seeing the Irving, TX situation?
    Honestly, I’d love to believe what you think’s right…I just don’t quite get you on this. You say you know what’s going on but you deny that anybody’s trying for Sharia HERE?

    bocopro: “I like to believe that had those guys been wearing any kind of national uniform, our giddy-up-go wouldn’t’a got-up-and-went as quickly as it did.”

    If that’s the case, if you believe that a uniform would have obviously tipped us all off to TROUBLE, how can we hide our heads against SHaria, hide our heads when seeing thousands of possible non-uniform-wearing people HERE so willingly? AND PAY FOR THEM, FOR GOD’S SAKE?

    KID: My German stepson just emailed me…the vacation thing is true…he said he could “shake his head 35 hours a day at what’s going on in Germany”….he said, in Berlin, some leftwing nutcase artist wanted to build a statue in a park there dedicated to the TRAUMATIZED DRUG DEALER…..thankfully, though it had a following, it got shot down. THAT’s how bad leftwingers in Germany are getting…this isn’t a one-off or he’d never mention it.

    This stepson was VERY laissez-faire about muslims, leftwingers, for YEARS….suddenly, the last 10 years, he’s seeing what’s going on and brother, has HE changed HIS stance.
    We need to, too.
    And we need American muslims to help…. sadly, I don’t see it happening on any meaningful scale.

  23. Please tell us that you don’t use those people for your information on Sharia?

    Oh god no. I merely mentioned them since Gabriel [ACT! for America] and Gaffney [CSP] were apparently the ‘fair and balanced’ panel on the Fox clip.

    …but you don’t feel that’s so…

    Please don’t tell me what I feel. 🙂

    There are absolutely persons and groups that will try to support institutional Shari’a law in they country. They will fail. The use of foreign law is already illegal within the U.S. justice system. Aside from being spurred by a chain e-mails about an Islamic Tribunal in the Irving area, this recent vote [in support of failed [HB 562] followed a very similar 2010 effort which was ruled unconstitutional.

    There is indeed an Islamic Tribunal that convenes in the Irving area, one which acts under the protection of the 1925 Federal Arbitration Act, just as Rabbinic Beth din’s and Catholic diocesan tribunals.

    I would fight an actual [as in involuntary] institution of any religious law in this nation, down to the last round. I would hope my fellow countrymen would do likewise, but to keep their powder dry over non-issues.

  24. bocopro says:

    “If that’s the case, if you believe that a uniform would have obviously tipped us all off to TROUBLE, how can we hide our heads against SHaria, hide our heads when seeing thousands of possible non-uniform-wearing people HERE so willingly? AND PAY FOR THEM, FOR GOD’S SAKE?”

    That, I believe, is a significant factor of our problem: people don’t SEE the problem. They’ve bought into the myth that “Islam is a religion of peace” when history for the past 14 centuries tells us precisely the opposite. They’re still patiently waiting for the “moderate” Muslims to rise up and demand a “Reformation” to rid the cult of its barbaric elements which demand beheadings and stonings and full-body shrouds and “Death to Israel!” I’d rather wait for the Second Coming.

    The “war” of retribution in Iraq and Afghanistan has been so poorly managed and dragged on for so long that most have simply lost interest in it and moved on, buying into the propaganda that Islam is good and it wasn’t the Persian or Saudi governments who encouraged and funded those guys who’ve been blowing up things and flying planes into buildings and raining SCUDS on Israel and cleansing their territories of Christians while we merely cluck our tongues and wring our hands occasionally in the hope that if we’re nice to them they’ll slaughter us last.

    ISIS is considered a ragtag bunch of nuts by many Murkans; hell, our super-educated and hopey-changey leader told us so . . . and besides that, according to Jacques Fargin Querrie, we’re steadily reducing their numbers, diminishing their territory, and confiscating their wealth. So what’s to worry.

    Now, if we had an American president and somebody like Iran actually sank one of our carriers or shot down some of our planes, then the pro-American propaganda machine could be cranked up to max and people would fly those little flags on their cars again.

    ‘Course if Shrillary takes the baton from DingleBarry, it’ll just be keep on keepin on leftista policies and in five years we’ll be so broke that we won’t even HAVE a military and China can dictate terms to us, in the Pacific and the world economic centers.

    Now I’ve gone and upset myself AGAIN! Time for some quinoa and longanisa.

  25. bocopro –

    While some will think as you describe, you’re not only broad brushing Muslims, you’re broad brushing Americans, including those who you would want to vote in accordance with your political leanings. Some of us can discern that some Muslims are terrorists, but you seem to champ at the bit for a war against an entire religion. Am I correct, or misreading you?

    I’m not sure how you define an “American” president…..but that sort of event certainly worked with the Reichstag fire. I’m happy to be off base, but I’m seriously concerned when I hear people who would consider themselves Conservatives, verbally skirt around creating a police State with apparent little regard that their civil liberties would be the next target of the State.

    The “war” of retribution in Iraq and Afghanistan has been so poorly managed and dragged on for so long that most have simply lost interest in it and moved on…

    Amen, but we’ve been in the wrong places in some cases, and shouldn’t have been there at all in others.

  26. geeez2014 says:

    CI..so I can’t “tell you how you feel” (i didn’t, did I)…when you consider yourself a clairvoyant “They will fail.”
    And, by the way, I haven’t heard of Catholic or Rabbinical tribunals looking to overlook the Constitution for laws like multiple wives, etc… have you?
    When we can feel that muslim terrorism is a ‘non issue’, I’m sure everyone will relax. Tell the FBI and CIA that.

    What do YOU define as an American president, CI? I consider anyone born here, who’s proven to love and honor this country’s culture, who won’t push his religion on anybody, who will fight to the death any rule but the Constitution, etc…I’m sure there’s more but I need to go for a while….

    Be back later….

    Bocopro, Kid, Imp…and anybody else; let’s define an AMERICAN PRESIDENT….I’d love to hear your thoughts.

  27. bocopro says:

    CI — Well, not to engage in comment warfare, but, yes . . . you are misreading me to some degree. I won’t go into detail on that except to say that I’m categorizing, not broadbrushing Americans, lumping them into those who drink the Kool-Aid, those who see the inherent incompatibility of Islam and the US Constitution, those who believe that our leadership has completely misread the Middle East problem for decades (I amongst those), those who don’t read history, those who want open borders, and those who would Caedite Eos; Allah suos agnoscet.

    As for our sitting PotUS, he was born of a flakey flower child mother by a drunken British subject in a society which had as much connection with American culture as Pancho Villa, spent many years in a Muslim nation with a Muslim stepfather and attended Muslim schools, came back to Hawaii to join a choom gang, and then spent several years with mysterious funding during which he developed several Muslim friends and traveled to Pakistan for reasons unknown. As a teenager he was mentored by Frank Marshall Davis, whom he quotes in his own “auto”biographies which were almost certainly written by domestic terrorist Bill Ayers. Once ensconced in the Resolute Desk, he set about exacerbating race relations in the US to correspond to a 1950s milieu.

    I do not propose war. I’ve seen war. It sucks. And it’s terribly expensive. But infusing tens of thousands of unvetted Muslims with no demonstrable skills, assets, or loyalties into our already overextended entitlement system seems suicidal, n’est ce-pas?

    Perhaps not all male Muslims are terrorists, but a great percentage of terrorist attacks throughout the world in recent decades have been executed by male Muslims. And, no . . . most “moderate” Muslims do not want to kill us and destroy our society so that Shari’a can become the law of the land; they merely want radical Muslims to do it for them.

    Fire away. I may not, however, respond.

  28. …..when you consider yourself a clairvoyant “They will fail.”

    I’m no more clairvoyant than any other commenter who tells us what will happen with a Clinton or Trump Administration, or if the dirty Muslims aren’t banished, no? But you don’t seem to have much of a problem with that.

    And, by the way, I haven’t heard of Catholic or Rabbinical tribunals looking to overlook the Constitution for laws like multiple wives, etc… have you?

    You skirted the larger issue of course, but no I haven’t. I’m not aware of Catholicism of Judaism condoning such practices to begin with, nor am I aware of Islamic tribunals sanctioning a multiple wives in this nation. But I have no more an issue with them doing such outside the law, than I do Mormons doing likewise. So, it would appear that the consensus here is that State approved religious arbitration is OK….but not for Islam? Let’s hope that the precedent doesn’t come back and bite.

    When we can feel that muslim terrorism is a ‘non issue’….

    Of course, I think you know that I was referring to the Irving council resolution.

    What do YOU define as an American president, CI?

    I think you’ve ticked several boxes. But merely defining a citizen as “American” of “Not”, is merely subjective in it’s entirety. Which is why I asked the question.

  29. bocopro says:

    Harry Truman was an American President. So was Nixon. And even the inept Carter. And Reagan, of course. Not so sure about JFK, and LBJ was more egotistical Texan than anything else.

    Slick basked in the successful policy results of Reagan and was more of an opportunist than anything else. He was, however, willing to work with Congress (i.e. compromise).

    FDR was a socialist. A transplanted European in America. He gave us the giant ponzi scheme that one day will, along with DingleBarryCare, ruin us.

    Gerry Ford. Prob’ly not a bad guy, but often his own worst enemy. American to be sure, just a bit dense at times, kinda like Shrub II.

    Bush I was actually a good president with a miserable sense of timing. Bush II is a good and patriotic guy who was in WAY over his head as PotUS

  30. bocopro says:

    Oh, sorry. Left out Ike. About as Murkan as they come. Great organizer and coordinator. Did some good stuff, but let the Russians get away with murder.

  31. bocopro – you are misreading me to some degree.

    Fair enough, I appreciate the clarification. And I agree largely with the rest [the Obama characterization is too subjective for me too really respond to, other than I abhor his presidency], and largely agree on the immigration issue….although Perhaps not all male Muslims are terrorists is a bit of a dramatization. I have known many Muslims over my time in the Middle East and the years focusing on it….and although they believe in the God that they do, they no more adhere to Shari’a than the average Christian adheres to the Bible.

    Thank you for the response. Although Z has commented on the delivery of my comments, I absolutely desire to learn the reasons why people come to the conclusions that they do. This is borne from my political evolution over the years, which started the same way.

  32. geeez2014 says:

    CI,.I could say I skirted nothing but what is the point? 🙂 You’re wrong, I have a problem with plenty; like dishonesty, misrepresentation, insults and sarcasm that goes for the jugular when it’s been fun and healthy sparring until then. Opinions aren’t always dishonest or misrepresentational because we don’t agree; people don’t always agree with you or me or Kid…or anybody, and I still respect them if their opinion is based on thinking things through….

    Bocopro: Not so sure about JFK? REALLY? As far as “SLICK”….I like that…SLICK BILLY!

  33. bocopro says:

    I’ve come to my conclusions by wandering around for 75 years, touching base in more than a dozen countries and setting foot in all 50 states, reading voraciously, teaching literature for 15 years, and arguing with just about everybody. Hard to learn new stuff from people who already agree with you on controversial issues.

  34. bocopro says:

    Nope! Never was sure about JFK. A Daddy’s Boy who did good in WWII after getting his PT boat cut in half by a bad decision. He was a philanderer who was sick most of his adult life and was pushed into politics by old Joe after young Joe died trying to be a hero over France in ’44.

    He was definitely more European by nature, environment, and upbringing than American. Not a very effective president, either, and definitely too many ties to unsavory characters. Once in office, I believe he tried his best, but almost got us into a shooting war with the USSR and completely mismanaged the Castro thing.

    His primary skill was directly related to his having been around and understanding wealth and power. Otherwise he was just an aristocrat playboy playing president, much like Slick Willy did, ‘cept Slick was FAR from aristocratic.

    Take the Hollywood ribbons and sympathy bows off his legend-becoming-myth and you’ll find an unspectacular record of accomplishment.

  35. Z – You specifically called out a single tenet that some Muslims adore to, rather than the issue at hand, which was the Irving Islamic tribunal. Apologies for saying you skirted, but alleged multiple wives are sort of irrelevant, no?

    I have a problem with insults as well. But me and “my Islamists” will let that slide……

  36. He was a philanderer who was sick most of his adult life and was pushed into politics by old Joe after young Joe died trying to be a hero over France in ’44.

    He was definitely more European by nature, environment, and upbringing than American.

    Exactly. Not quite the “Camelot” that we seem to hear about.

  37. Hard to learn new stuff from people who already agree with you on controversial issues.

    Ne’er a truer statement spoken.

  38. I want to chime in and say that I agree with almost everything the Constitutional Insurgent has said in his comments, particularly concerning the religion of Islam.
    There are many people who consider themselves Muslims who are not trying to kill everybody else or subjugate them. While that may be qualified with a yet, until they do, if Islam is their way of approaching God in their mind then it is their religion. And if we start messing with other people’s rights to their religion other people can mess with our right to our religion.

  39. Imp says:

    “Never was sure about JFK. ” Bill Clinton sure was impressed by him and did all he could to model his life and presidency after him. Bimbos and all was the cue he took from that pretty boy, JFK.

  40. Imp says:

    ED…you’re way off. We’re still a majority Christian Country. Try professing and soliciting for Christians in their crap holes of lies, slavery, genocide and deceit. And I’m sure some Germans lived next door to an SS family…who thought they were “nice” too. Gee…who’d have thought he was a murdering bastard….San Bernardino and Orlando for examples.

  41. Imp says:

    When Hillary Clinton described half of the Americans supporting Donald Trump as a “basket of deplorables” made up of “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic” people, she opened herself up to criticism about her own “deplorables”: The repressive regimes that gave millions to the Clinton Foundation, many of those high-dollar donations flooding in while Clinton was serving as Secretary of State.

    But..she seems so nice…like my very own grandmother….let’s make her the next POTUS….sure, why not? She has none of the qualifications I think to be that.

  42. geeez2014 says:

    Bocopro and CI…you might learn new stuff but you probably won’t change your opinion in the case at hand!

    Imp; I was watching CNN’s coverage of THE HEALTH THING..ALL AFTERNOON, each time I’d look, it was on HILLARY’S HEALTH..they’re RABID about it. What made me laugh was their constant dismay that Trump isn’t being as forthcoming with his records. I kept thinking “Ya, maybe, but he hasn’t been obviously ILL, either!”

    I know some of the rightwing sites are talking about her having Parkinson’s….and I’ve thought “who knows…” but a friend who’s a retired nurse tells me what she’s seen in Hillary is classic Parkinson’s…every symptom. Then Eric Boling on THE FIVE today was so surprised SHE TAKES CUMIDIN! SO SO many people take cumidin it was ridiculous to even discuss it..particularly when someone’s had a blood clot…!! it’d be irresponsible to NOT take a blood thinner after a clot. I hate the silly, uneducated conjectures…

    Ed, I’ve always agreed with that part of what CI’s said, too…as you know. But to deny there are problems in Islam and Sharia Law isn’t being tried here and there in this country, BY MUSLIMS , is just uninformed.
    And yes, it IS a religion…NOT ALL MUSLIMS WANT US DEAD. How many times can I possibly say that here? a hundred in 2 years? Maybe more?
    So you agree with CI…you don’t feel SHaria Lawis being tried here? really?

  43. We’re still a majority Christian Country. Try professing and soliciting for Christians…..

    Sure…but we’re not that crap hole. We have a Constitution that other nations [especially Muslim] don’t have. Many of those nations have strict and severe laws regarding the practice of other faiths, like Christianity. You’re not desiring to emulate those, are you?

  44. But to deny there are problems in Islam and Sharia Law isn’t being tried here and there in this country, BY MUSLIMS , is just uninformed.

    Do you not think that I addressed this previously? Where I said there are certainly those who would seek such, but the only Shari’a that exists currently, are those voluntary arbitration contracts? Where you YOU believe that I’m “uniformed”?

  45. Baysider says:

    Doesn’t speak well of Hispanic voters. I hate to see support for a candidate just because …..
    Z, how did the Armenian community act when Deukmejian ran for governor here?

  46. geeez2014 says:

    Baysider, I don’t remember. Most Armenians were hard core Democrats, so it would be interesting if they voted nationality over ideology!? I know MY family voted Deukmejian..he was practically raised in my grandparents’ home because he had no father and he and my dad were friends….He attended Dad’s funeral….wonderful man. Plus, we are mostly Republicans; except for one; my sister who attended Berkeley! (surprise!)

  47. Mal says:

    I don’t know how they voted either, Z. I had already moved to Washington State when he ran.
    I was pretty much absent Wed. from blogging due to activities involving my turning 88. Or as my daughter told me last night, “double snowman” which I thought was funny!

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