Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston



Frederick Douglass's descendants speak on this 4th of July

Tuesday, November 3, 2015



Lisa E. said...

LOL! is right! The WATBs running for president think they can kick Putin's ass? But they collapsed like wet cardboard when they were given "qweschuns" they didnt like? Oh Putin will be so scared of the little crybabies.

Rational Nation USA said...

Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps. Substance remains a comodity often hard to come by these days methinks.

Anonymous said...


Trump is such a prissy pantywaist. Someone criticizes him and he stamps his little hoof and attacks. Imagine a president that touchy? He won't be president so we don't have to think about that.

Rational Nation USA said...

Trump, a glaring example of lack of substance.

Jerry Critter said...

Lets see - can't negotiate with a US business, can't negotiate with Democrats, can't negotiate among themselves, won't compromise... What can they do?

Paula said...

Hillary Clinton took 11 hrs of disrespectful, utterly partisan interrogation at taxpayer expense without a single complaint. She's tough as nails. The GOP candidates are a bunch of whiney little 2-year old toddlers.

Jerry Critter said...

Clinton's response to 11 hours of sometimes hostile questions is certainly more presidential than the republican candidates reactions to CNBC "gotcha" questions.

Ducky's here said...

Trump started a Twitter spat with John Oliver?

Don't punch outside your wait, Donald. Stick to Fredo Bush.

Ducky's here said...

oops , I meant weight.

Shaw Kenawe said...

"Let [the Republican nominee's ticket] get really blindsided when the media really comes after them, when the low information electorate finally starts paying attention and they know nothing about what has transpired. We’ve just seen Hillary Clinton go through 11 hours of questioning, and these guys can’t go a couple minutes of questioning?

Indeed, it seems they cannot. I have yet to meet a bully who could tolerate anyone but yes men; it's part of the cocoon effect, it's what makes a bully great in his own mind. He is an exceptionally delicate creature, for whom even a couple minutes of questioning is an agonizing affair.

Bartlett is correct. By cocooning their primary process — by wrapping themselves in Fox News coverage or Hannity-Limbaugh debates or other such epistemic closure — Republican wannabes are only setting themselves up for a staggering awakening on the general-election stage.

And that's no understatement."


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