What did YOU think of this? and yesterday’s bill passing?

Hillary Clinton @Hillary Clinton…her Tweet yesterday:

He did promise “America First.” https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/26/health/usa-coronavirus-cases.html 

A line for coronavirus testing outside of Elmhurst Hospital Center in Queens on Wednesday.

The U.S. Now Leads the World in Confirmed Coronavirus Cases

Following a series of missteps, the nation is now the epicenter of the pandemic.

Z;  Oh, yes!  Trump really did mean that, Hillary………you beast.  

Go ahead, folks…let her have it……………COMMENT AWAY.



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14 Responses to What did YOU think of this? and yesterday’s bill passing?

  1. bocopro says:

    Gotta wonder why people want a law criminalizing the use of certain words, such as “bitch.” Good grief, take away that category of words from free speech and we wouldn’t be able to discuss Hillary at all.

    Problem is that she — and far too many millions who would STILL vote for her — believe she’s clever, like a Rodney Dangerfield or a George Carlin.

    What she is, in fact, is an out-of-touch, self-centered, bitter, greedy old loser.

    I’ve thought it over and concluded that I really don’t much care for her . . . AND, of the two choices available in November 2016, I b’lieve the ‘lectral college made the right decision.

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  2. Mustang says:

    Sure, we can rely on the New York Times to provide unbiased reporting, right? Let’s review:

    First, according to the NYT figures indicating 1,000 deaths compared to 81,321 cases overall, that would indicate a death rate of 0.012 percent of the infected population, or in terms of the entire nation of 330-million people, 0.000003 percent of the nation overall.

    Second, “This could have been stopped by implementing testing and surveillance much earlier — for example, when the first imported cases were identified,” said Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at Columbia University in New York.” Of course, Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at Columbia University is working at Columbia University because she’s far too incompetent, as a scientist, to work anywhere else. Did that ever occur to the NYT reporter before relying on her as a source? Remember the expression, “Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach. Those who can’t teach, teach teachers.”

    The article is an opinion piece, not a news article with factual information. What missteps, specifically, the Trump Administration make? I seem to recall that he ordered the evacuation of US citizens from Wuhan, and quarantined them upon their arrival at a military base in California. What is the NYT talking about? What missteps? That we do not have sitting on the shelf an antidote for every possible virus existing in the universe? Crikey … get real.

    A note of caution: we must not be easily led astray because THIS topic will play heavily during the upcoming election. Count on it.

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  3. HRC is despicable. “Subhuman.”

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  4. Bocopro,
    Gotta wonder why people want a law criminalizing the use of certain words, such as “bitch.” Good grief, take away that category of words from free speech and we wouldn’t be able to discuss Hillary at all.

    I have another word in mind — begins with a “c.” 😉


  5. Mustang says:

    Whenever the government needs money, it sells notes/securities to obtain it. These securities become part of the national debt; they are paid back from the holders of these securities with interest. Remember savings bonds? Like that. The major holder of US securities is… China. So, we are offering a stimulus package to the American people that they will ultimately pay back through taxation, to the country that started the coronavirus, to begin with.

    I admit that people should not suffer because of government decisions imposed upon them, but suffering populations is the history of government decision-making. I do not suggest that this “medical emergency” is an easy problem to solve. It is the price we pay for the modern convenience of being able to fly from Des Moines to Beijing in a 24-hour period. And, unlike authoritarian governments (such as the United Kingdom), the US federal government does not have the authority to shut the entire country down. Our states are sovereign entities and, as such, are primarily responsible for safeguarding their own citizens. Rhode Island shutting down its border with New York represents two things: first, a prudent act, and second, an unlawful act.

    Now let us consider how issuing a $2,400 check to people forced to stay home from work really helps. It may put food on the table for a short time (if they can find food on the shelves at the local grocery store), but it will not make mortgage or rent payments over several months. A one-time check won’t keep most Americans financially solvent. If this is true, then what is the long-term benefit of borrowing money from China?

    Finally, we should realize that the engine to the US economy is small business owners. Forcing small businesses to close their doors is a self-imposed wound to the American economy. We are told that only essential businesses are permitted to remain open. If 80% of the US economy involves small businesses, aren’t each of these “essential”? Business owners and their employees certainly think so. In addressing actions in response to the coronavirus, our nation’s choices were two: keep businesses open whilst imposing safeguards to the health of their patrons or shut down the businesses and end up owing China massive amounts of interest on borrowed money. It is a lose-lose proposition. In a month or two, the money borrowed as a stimulus to the economy will be gone —then what?

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  6. Well, Mustang just killed all further discussion.
    All that is left to do is agree and/or elaborate.
    Job well done 🙂

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  7. Mal says:

    My wife told me she overheard the neighbor woman behind us yesterday on her patio talking on the phone to someone saying her husband is really sick, etc. Covid-19? If so, tts gettin’ too close for comfort!


  8. Mal says:

    As for the bill passing yesterday, the delay caused by the Dems adding pork to the bill is inexcusable and they should be called out for it. Personally, I don’t believe Trump should’ve caved in by giving them ANYTHING! I know he believes in compromise (the Art of the Deal) but there should never be room for it during a pandemic. He missed a golden opportunity to make a much bigger deal out of it than he did. Show America, indeed the whole world, what Pelosi and Schumer really are.

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  9. skudrunner says:

    Trump did not rely on the advice of experts regarding the virus but that is his style, being the smartest person on the planet. On the other side of that , where were the elected elite on this subject. Oh that’s right they were consumed with the three year impeachment investigation to pay attention to anything else.
    If trump pushed for screening all visitors and those returning from overseas in January he would have been attacked from all sides. Now he is saying we need to let people who test negative go to work with other people who test negative and look at the arrows thrown at him. He can’t win any battle because the media is only looking to unseat him so the democrats can have the first female president.
    People are all worried about spending two trillion on an aid package. Wasn’t that long ago we spent one trillion to buy some junk cars and loan money to a defunct solar company so this is not a big deal. We will do what we always , print more money because it is no longer gold based and paper is cheap. I do think it funny to listen to the hysterics of AOC attacking keeping big corporations open as wrong. If she was still working instead of joining the elected elite her bar would be shut down and she would be looking for a handout.
    I believe we should help families, small business with grants and loan the money to corporations that they pay back with interest. Some of them will close and some will merge but maybe it will force them to become well managed companies instead of having boards who just go along.


  10. Mustang says:

    You know, Mal … what bothers me most about politicians is that we have evolved to a point where “they” don’t care what we think. Even if DJT showed the world what Schumer and Pelosi really are made of (as if the world didn’t already know), and suddenly everyone could see what putrid rotten souls they have, would either of them care? The answer is “no.” We are long past the time when public shame acted as a deterrent to repugnant behavior. Now the snakes revel in what, in a normal society, be an embarrassment to their families and neighbors. They say you can’t shame the devil.

    Meanwhile, stay away from your neighbors. Be safe …


  11. Sparky says:

    Excellent comments.
    And then there’s this:
    21 Million Chinese Cellphone Users Disappear in Three Months of Pandemic. *** 21 MILLION CHINESE CELLPHONES HAVE DISAPPEARED *** and the incinerators, according to the Japanese, are churning day and night. They’re suffering from air pollution because of it. That’s how many people have probably died in China.
    China is lying about their statistics.


  12. Baysider says:

    Mustang +1 x 3!
    For those who may have missed it yesterday, this map show where cell phones tagged on one beach in Fort Lauderdale during spring break have gone after they left Florida – everywhere east of the Mississippi: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8160759/Cell-phone-data-reveals-Spring-Break-covidiots-traveled-flooding-beaches.html

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  13. Mustang says:

    Thank you, Baysider … you’re too kind.

    I was young once, but it was a long time ago and hardly anyone remembers me from back then. It’s probably a blessing in disguise. I’m pretty sure I did some things that weren’t all that smart but what I can say for a fact is that I never associated with the likes of those depicted in Baysider’s link (the Daily Mail). Never.

    Tell you what I see in the faces of those northeast morons carrying on like animals in heat: complete and utter disregard for anyone “over 40.” A time will come, though … and they’ll remember what they did. They won’t be able to atone for their irresponsible behavior, but they will remember and may even one day regret it. We’re all going to die … it’s only a matter of when, and from what. Their day will come.

    Now DJT is talking about quarantining NY, NJ, and CT … I hope he does. Two weeks won’t be long enough, though. Flashback: Escape from New York.


  14. peter3nj says:

    Viewing Always On Coke’s (AOC) rant on the House floor over the $2T bill was Hillary Clinton on steroids and knowing there is a better chance of landing on Mercury than her being defeated in 2020 is a sad commentary on what the nation as whole will vote for now and in the future.


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