Al Gore to Campaign For Hillary Clinton, Police Officers Attacked in Brussels, Protests Over Land in Ethiopia: P.M. Links

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    Al Gore will reportedly be hitting the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton. A new Massachusetts poll shows William Weld just three points behind Elizabeth Warren in a hypothetical 2018 matchup. A float in a farmer's fair parade in Indiana depicted Donald Trump executing Clinton.

  • The FBI secretly arrested a contractor at the National Security Agency several weeks ago on allegations of stealing classified codes.
  • Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.
  • Two police officers in Brussels were stabbed in what prosecutors say they have reason to believe was a "terrorist attack."
  • Demonstrators in Ethiopia destroyed a foreign-owned textile company while protesting and rioting over land seizures.
  • Hurricane Matthew could make landfall in Florida as early as Friday morning.
  • Three chemists were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on molecular mechanics.

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  1. Al Gore will-

    Stop right there.

    1. …no longer be in control of the Internet?

      1. Yeah, it’s the free speech champions of the UN at the helm now.

        1. It’ll be interesting when the UN forces the reregistration of DNS addresses for hate speech.

          Wonder what everyone telling us that its no big deal will say then….

    2. Hello.

      Al. Grrrrr!

      1. Stop that. “Grrr” is a come-on in the gay bear community. Nothing sexy about that guy from a bear perspective.

        1. Is it now?

          /Places arms behind head and thrusts pelvis forward.

          GRRR.

          1. Rufus, Rufus, Rufus…

            1. Is that a chant, or is there sad head shaking involved?

        2. Are we talking gay hairy large men or literal gay bears? In Canada the distinction is important.

          1. The former. Heh.

            1. I learn something new here everyday

          2. Hey now, we still have bears in ‘Murrica!

        3. man-bear-pig

          So not gay-sexy

        4. Who cares?

  2. “Al Gore will reportedly be hitting the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton.”

    Does he want her to lose?

    1. He’s super serial!

    2. An inconvenient stooge

    3. Are you kidding? Al Gore is super-awesome! He invented the internet and single-handedly saved the world from Manbearpig.

      Plus, he won a Nobel Peace Prize for narrating a movie no one saw, making projections that never materialized, based on research he didn’t do, and giving advice he does not personally follow. That pretty much sums up the Democrats’ position on everything.

      1. Wow, that guy should run for president

        1. I hear he did that once, then found out how much it actually paid.

        2. It wouldn’t even be close!

      2. Plus, he won a Nobel Peace Prize for narrating a movie no one saw,

        When I was in high school the school had a half-day devoted to making the entire student body watch that movie no one saw.

        My girlfriend at the time and I skipped and spent our time on smoking pot by the docks and…other things. I think we make the smart choice.

        1. I remember watching ‘The Killing Fields’.

          1. In school that is.

          2. That movie is great until the very end when ‘Imagine’ starts playing. Then I just started rolling my eyes. Maybe it’s just ‘Imagine’s more modern connection to useless submission to tragedy and shallow emotionalism.

            1. Imagine gave us the Traveling Piano Imagine Guy, which gave us Mark Steyn articles excoriating the Traveling Piano Imagine Guy. So it’s good for something.

              1. I thought he died in the Arctic after Greenpeace set him adrift.

                Rest in peace, Traveling Piano Imagine Guy.

    4. Nothing says the future like Al Gore campaigning for a Clinton. Maybe they’re trying to play on ’90’s nostalgia, which is apparently a thing now.

      1. Considering Weld still says things like ‘gag me with a spoon’, the nostalgia angle is clearly another attempt to siphon Gary’s supporters

        1. Is that something the kids used to say? I must have missed that one.

          1. C’mon dude… “Valley Girl” by Moon Unit Zappa.

            1982 for all you punks that need to get off my lawn.

            1. I’m proud to admit I still use that phrase, and I’m not even a Valley Guy. I also use “grody to the max” in a similar context.

            2. That song is like so bitchin, fer sure.

              1. I use groovy as a joke but actually have to explain it to some people, and not just young ones.

                1. Are the kids not watching Ash vs Evil Dead now?

          2. C’mon dude… “Valley Girl” by Moon Unit Zappa. (Frank’s daughter)

            (It was a “thing” in 1982, for all you little shits that need to get off my lawn).

    5. He has bribed Chad in Florida to vote for Hillary. Chad was found hanging around Florida Hipster’s domicile looking for loot.

    6. I thought Hillary has been rather Algoraphobic recently.

      1. She’s hoping to learn the smooth moves known as Al Gore Rhythm.

    7. He might. After all, his association with Bubba probably cost him the election.

      -jcr

    1. The cost of movie tickets and milk duds were already dangerously low.

    2. Does this mean they’re bringing ushers back?

    3. Yes. Haven’t been to a movie theater in 4 years.

      1. I had off work after lunch one afternoon this summer, so I decided to go see a matinee showing of Florence Foster Jenkins, my first time at a movie theater in decades.

        Besides me, there was one elderly couple in the theater.

        1. The film stars Meryl Streep as Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York heiress who became an opera singer known for her painful lack of singing skill.

          Besides me, there was one elderly couple in the theater.

          I cannot fathom why that’d be.

          1. Her story is actually pretty interesting. Maybe not film-iteresting, though.

            1. You’re just in it for the Meryl Streep.

              1. She is the actress everyone fawns over but nobody has actually seen or remembered her in anything.

                1. She is the actress everyone fawns over but nobody has actually seen or remembered her in anything.

                  *pauses The Devil Wears Prada*

                  I’m sorry what was that?

                2. I just went to IMDB to check — I believe I’ve only seen Still of the Night (a long time ago) and Death Becomes Her. Given how much work she does, how have I missed seeing her act more often?

                3. Kramer vs. Kramer, anybody?

                  1. Dustin Hoffman movie. Her part could have been played by Donald Trump in drag.

                    -jcr

                4. Out of Africa.

                  *sheds single tear*

              2. Hell no.

                Now Helen Mirren, that’s a fine old lady.

                1. Her best role was in The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover.

                  1. And here I was expecting Caligula fans.

            2. Actually, it was a pretty good movie. It took the events of the last couple of years of her life (making the recordings and of course the Carnegie Hall concert) and compressed them into about a year.

              1. Well hell, I’m not about to sit through a year-long movie.

                -jcr

          2. I thought you rather like to fathom, Jesse.

            1. synonyms: measure the depth of, sound, plumb

              I can’t tell if you’re accidentally or intentionally suggesting that I engage in outr? masturbatory acts, but well done.

        2. So. What happened? With the couple.

          1. Threesome at Ted’s place.

          2. Dear Penthouse Letters,
            I never thought something like this could happen to a guy like me.

          3. Ted tried the old “dong in the popcorn box” trick, and you’ll never guess what happened next.

            1. He got bit?

            2. He got burned by hot butter on a sensitive spot?

        3. Sounds like you guys need to go chase people off your lawn.

          I bet them young whippersnappers are out there congregating right now.

        4. Fuck, was that movie a pointless piece of shit or what.

          1. I liked it.

            Then again, I prefer movies to have stories, not just effects and a teal/orange palette.

            1. > stories
              >> Florence Foster Jennings

              The only story that I detected in that film :

              – There is a woman named Florence Foster Jennings.
              – She sings terribly and is sorta a bad person, but is a big booster of the arts and is rich, so no one tells her.
              – Also her husband is sleeping with another woman.
              – But despite this, he really loves her a lot.

              Listening to that horrible singing… FOH.

          1. That’s not much of a haiku, even though it scans.

        5. The last (first run) movie I watched in a theater was “Dune” in 1984. Totally put me off the habit like a smoker coughing up a lung.

          (I put the “first run” thingie in because I might have went to a Midnight showing of “The Wall” after that. LSD does that to your memories…)

          /True story

          1. Wow, that’s like getting a brain damaging ball to the skull at your first at-bat.

            And I say that as a fan of Dune.

            1. That movie had the right feel, but really mangled the story….

    4. Totes better

  3. Hurricane Matthew could make landfall in Florida as early as Friday morning.

    And is expected to get high on bath salts before getting eaten by an alligator.

    1. Sweet!

    2. Who’s going to hold its beer?

    3. You, Sir, win the coveted golf clap for that. Extra points since you appear to be a n00b.

      Don’t know if this comment will go through since I’ve been experiencing squirrel issues on this thread.

      1. Thanks, Tonio. I’ve been around for a couple of years, but I 1) don’t post too often, this thread notwithstanding and 2) change my screenname every couple of weeks-ish. The “Jr.” tag is the constant on every new screenname.

        1. OK. What was your original handle, if you don’t mind?

          1. Tulpa, jr.

          2. There have been many, many handles. Here’s the ones I can remember off the top of my head:

            font_of_stupidity (the original)
            F. Stupidity, Jr. (and variations thereof, like Mx. and Comrade)
            F. Woman Logistics, Jr.
            Carlos the Jackal, Jr.
            Stand by Ion Control, Jr.
            Jinx Ovaltine, Jr.
            Yuge Greatness, Jr.
            Trump’s Penis Logo, Jr.
            Against Police Judge, Jr.

            1. I ride my one handle, even when it’s hard, even when I was saying maybe Pamela Anderson isn’t wholly wrong about the addictive nature of internet porn.

              The world will put you on that cross for your words regardless of your name.

              String me up I say! I’ll never stop screaming FREEDOM as you cut into my flesh!

              I will not live in the shadows! Besides for this one internet pseudonym that protects my identity… Until I get too worked up one day and piss off the Feds watching these boards.

    4. Hurricane Mathews, on the other hand, will terrorize Floridians with requests to name a favorite foreign leader.

      1. That made my leg tingle.

  4. Hurricane Matthew could make landfall in Florida as early as Friday morning.

    Finally. The Church of AGW has been patiently waiting.

    1. Hurricanes Mark, Luke, John not far behind.

      1. I doubt Thomas will make landfall.

        1. [squints at BigT]

        2. *golf clap*

        3. If it was named Judas, it would totally destroy Corpus Christi.

          (had to do it) lol

        4. It’ll divert and head for India.

      2. John will loop off to sea only to make landfall three more times although the last two times will be brief.

    2. Still waiting for the first of the “Category 5” hurricanes I was assured would be an annual event back in 2005…

      1. Wait until they define “Category 5” down.

        1. A category 5 tropical depression.

          1. Category 5 scattered clouds.

      2. Global warming: everything proves it and nothing disproves it.

      3. Global warming: everything proves it and nothing disproves it.

        1. In related news: Scientists blame global warming for squirrel overpopulation.

  5. ‘DMV is not responsible’: Va. denies claim it unfairly suspends driver’s licenses [shitweasel warning: WaPo]

    After a class-action lawsuit claimed Virginia suspends the driver’s licenses of those too poor to pay fines and court costs in an “unconstitutional scheme,” the state replied Monday, saying the suit raised no legitimate complaint.

    “Though Plaintiffs’ case could appear sympathetic from a policy perspective, it fails when viewed from a legal one,” said the state’s memorandum in support of a motion to dismiss.

    1. metaphorically burn it to the fucking ground and literally move all transactions to web. can’t be done online? doesn’t need doing.

    2. The DMV didn’t bother to send me a notice that my plates expired. After getting pulled over by a cop, went to the DMV. The DMV lady explained that if I registered with her I’d be charged a service fee. If I registered with the automated kiosk at the DMV I’d be charged a convenience fee. And if I registered online I’d be charged a different convienience fee. Would not tell me what the fees would be except in terms of percentage of the cost of my transaction. After doing math, concluded online would be most cost effective, went home, registered plates, was informed I’d get the stickers for my plates in the mail. It’s been over a fortnight now with nary a sticker.

      So yeah, I’m gonna assume the organization that stuck me with a convenience fee to pay for over two weeks waiting for a service is fond of “unfair” fines and suspensions.

      1. i highly recommend putting a printout of the transaction on your windshield while you wait. it will save you a ticket or three.

      2. I’d fucking move.

  6. “Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.”

    This is all Trump’s fault.

    1. His small hands can’t grasp the 4D Vulcan chess pieces.

    2. If only he’d spent more time in Alaska

      1. “I can see Russia from my house, and, believe me, it’s a terrific house. I can stand out on my back porch, or my balcony, or my…wherever.”

      2. He’d be drunk out of his mind on Panty Ripper.

    3. His small hands can’t grasp the 4D Vulcan chess pieces.

    4. That’s d?tente for you: I don’t have it, you don’t have it.

      1. [shrugs shoulders, waves]

  7. Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.

    So that’s what “reset button” meant.

    1. Wasn’t it an “overload” button anyway?

    2. Is it just me, or did anyone else notice that Hillary Clinton does a lot of complaining about shit that she was in charge of? For example, in the first debate, she said her strategy for fighting ISIS was to work with other countries. Wasn’t she supposed to do that? And then she said we pulled troops out of Iraq because of a deal made by Bush. Couldn’t the Secretary of State make another deal like that? This woman gets a pass on everything.

      1. It’s chauvinism pure and simple. They prefer an incompetent woman to any man.

        1. They didn’t prefer Palin.

    3. In Russian, the word for ‘reset’ also means ‘flush’

  8. Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.

    Hope and change, bitches!

    1. But our relations with the rest of the Soviet Bloc is still great.

    2. I said “reset”, right? All the way back to the 70s…
      /Hillary

  9. The FBI secretly arrested a contractor at the National Security Agency several weeks ago on allegations of stealing classified codes.

    Snow-DEN!

    1. Is that your weirding word?

  10. ‘DMV is not responsible’: Va. denies claim it unfairly suspends driver’s licenses [shitweasel warning: WaPo]

    After a class-action lawsuit claimed Virginia suspends the driver’s licenses of those too poor to pay fines and court costs in an “unconstitutional scheme,” the state replied Monday, saying the suit raised no legitimate complaint.

    “Though Plaintiffs’ case could appear sympathetic from a policy perspective, it fails when viewed from a legal one,” said the state’s memorandum in support of a motion to dismiss.

    1. Darn skwerlz.

  11. Three chemists were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on molecular mechanics.

    They should’ve just given it to Obama. I bet he’s just as good at chemistry as he is at peace.

    1. :thunderous applause:

      Bravo on that, Jesse.

  12. Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.

      1. Here, let me:

        Just like relations between blacks and whites.

          1. I can see Clinton destroying relations between men and women. Won’t that be fun.

            1. Eh, a lot of women hate her too.

              My wife doesn’t like me using the word “cunt” in front of her, but she makes an exception for Hillary.

              1. ‘Atta girl!

              2. Your wife is awesome.

              3. My wife hates her too. And she is not that liberal. I know a lot of women who hate Hillary’s guts.

                1. CNN poll has her getting 53% of the woman vote

                  1. If the vagina platform only has her getting 53% of the vagina vote, she’s fucked up very badly.

                  2. 53% is pretty sorry for a female Democrat. I am pretty sure Obama got a higher percentage of women.

                    1. I can guarantee Billy did

                    2. Man, the Commentariat is on fire tonight!

      2. “If at first you don’t succeed, give up.”

        — Homer Simpson

  13. Al Gore will reportedly be hitting the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton.

    He use to be afraid of manbearpig, now he’s trying to get her elected.

    1. TV’s Patrick Duffy hardest hit.

    2. *stands, applauds vigorously*

    3. Manbearpig was hiding in a pantsuit and grandma shawl the entire time.

      1. I was on a plane with Al Gore a few years ago and stood right next to him as we deplaned at the end of the flight. I could have spoken to him but ended up not saying a word — because all I could think of was ManBearPig.

        Another of my lifetime assortment of missed opportunities.

        1. Should have had a fake one sided conversation on the phone.

          “Dude, that’s the dumbest thing I’ve heard since that jack-off Senator claimed he invented the internet.”

  14. Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.

    “Hey Romney, 1980s called, they want their foreign po…. oh.” – 2012 Obama gazing into the future

  15. Three chemists were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work on molecular mechanics.

    I was rooting for the team of scientists who discovered seven new genders.

    1. Just wait, the SJW crowd will be demanding Nobel categories like “Racial Studies” and “Sociology” soon enough. Chemistry, Medicine, and Mathematics are all cisheteropatriarchical shit-lord schemes to excludes minorities.

      1. Meh, the award proved itself worthless nearly 8 years ago (if not before that). At this point in time adding “Racial Studies” as a category wouldn’t tarnish it further.

        1. I think that’s already covered by the Pulitzer in fiction.

          1. The Sci-fi award ‘Hugo?’ sounds like it has it covered.

        2. You mean all categories or just worthless by association because of the Peace prize?

          I’m not familiar enough with the Nobel prize categories and the winners each year beyond the Norwegian ‘peace prize’ so I wouldn’t know. Are the science awards in Sweden similarly political as the Peace prize, or was that what you were referring to?

          1. They are not nearly as political as Peace.

            F. Albert Cotton was one of the greatest inorganic chemists of the century. He synthesized the first quadruple metal bonded compound and numerous other firsts. But he was blackballed from the Am Chem Society presidency due to his right wing political views and sharp tongue. He definitely was more worthy than most of the past 40 winners of the Chem Nobel. But…politics.

    2. I would just like to point out something that makes science cool. Dr. Richard Smalley of Rice University, Nobel Laureate ’96 for collaborating on the discovery of Buckminsterfullerenes with two other collaborators was publishing statements as late as 2002 stating that Brownian motion would make the assembly of complex molecular machinery impossible*. To me, even then, it seemed like you could just look around nature and see that was false. Twenty years later, a team of scientists proves him wrong.

      *The founder of the Foresight Institute, Dr. Eric Drexler was on the opposite side of this debate, and inspired Neal Stephenson’s Diamond Age. His MIT Thesis on the subject of diamondoid chemistry and such is almost as approachable as Feynman’s There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom speech, which was probably the first anticipation of molecularly precise engineering.

      /nerdrant

      1. I work with a woman whose father was a physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project. Her father knew Richard Feynman. Feynman was a family friend and this woman knew him fairly well growing up.

        That is my nerd cred story for the day.

        1. I met Feynman, Pauling, and Sagan. And several other Nobel laureates. Great persons, every one.

          1. You are a regular nerd teen idol. Pardon me while my knees get weak and I swoon over you a bit.

            1. No, just old with some connected friends.

          2. Only one I’ve met was Sir Harry Kroto, who shared the Nobel in ’96 with Dr. Smalley. FSU has a habit of recruiting aging chemistry Nobel laureates. Dirac being the other really big one.

          3. I met Feynman, Pauling, and Sagan. And several other Nobel laureates. Great persons, every one.

            That’s damn near my bucket list of Famous People I’d like to meet. Doesn’t help that most of ’em (on my list, I mean) are dead now. {grumble}

            1. At least we still have Lou Reed.

          4. I saw Sagan in a restaurant, about four tables away. Didn’t ask him for an autograph.

            -jcr

          5. Posting from the hurricane to bow down to BigT. That’s awesome.

        2. “Sir, I knew Feynman, and commentator, you’re no Feynman.”

      2. /flicks Brett’s ears.

        1. Brett falls to the ground, writhes in pain.

      3. Dr. Richard Smalley of Rice University

        Paging Dr. Dick Smalley, paging Dr. Dick.

      4. Smalley was correct. None of these molecular machines are all that complex. Also, Smalley’s position was a bit more complex an nuanced than that. And, they were really specifically addressing Drexler’s fantasies about how molecular machines would work and what they could do, which were kind of silly to be honest. Now, I don’t think molecular factories are impossible, just that the kinds of things Drexler was proposing pretty much are.

        The kinds of molecular machines Stoddart and the rest were and are working on do simple tasks, like a part of a macromolecule rotating around and axis or shuttling a molecule back and forth or walking along a “track” or surface. It never gets more complex than that and when you measure whether the thing is rotating or “walking” or whatever, it’s usually done spectroscopically, meaning you’re measuring what the bulk of the sample is doing, not what an individual molecular machine is doing. What the individual machines are doing at any given moment is basically stochastic or random.

        1. …cont.

          If you want to take these simple molecular machines and build them into a more complex machine or factory, you would have to somehow account for all the random actions gumming up the works. Also certain intermolecular forces have to be somehow accounted for and dealt with, ie the sticky fingers problem and the fat fingers problem. These are real challenges to any kind of molecular factory or any kind of complex molecular machine. Smalley might have been too harsh in his critique of Drexler, but Drexler just didn’t think it through enough. I do think there will be more complex molecular machines in the future. You just have to realize that at that scale certain forces have to be dealt with, like intermolecular forces, thermal motion, electron tunneling, photochemical effects, etc. etc.

          1. Precisely. These molecules are more like gears than machines.

          2. I did elide the part where solution chemistry of these machines are nearly impossible, but I disagree. There are these molecular factories in our bodies that regularly manufacture complex macromolecule to atomic precision. I still reside firmly in the neo-Drexlerian camp.

            1. That’s all way over my pay grade. But, if you’re saying that self replicating nanobots are impossible, well, then, I… uh… hope you’re wrong.

  16. “Al Gore will reportedly be hitting the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton. A float in a farmer’s fair parade in Indiana depicted Donald Trump executing Clinton.”

    As Glenn Reynolds would say, this is not the 21st century I was promised.

  17. A float in a farmer’s fair parade in Indiana depicted Donald Trump executing Clinton.

    It was euthanasia. Because of the cough.

    1. What do the youth in Asia have to do with anything?

      1. They’re the ones who harvest all the tea in China.

  18. Clinton’s getting super serial!!

  19. The FBI secretly arrested a contractor at the National Security Agency several weeks ago on allegations of stealing classified codes.

    I am calling for stronger Booz Allen control.

  20. Demonstrators in Ethiopia destroyed a foreign-owned textile company while protesting and rioting over land seizures.

    Why don’t they move to where the water is. THEY LIVE IN A DESERT! IT’S ALL FUCKING SAND!!

    1. +1 aiiiigghhh

    2. Ethiopia is land-locked. They would have to move to Djibouti. There is good booty in Djibouti.

      1. My wife has a Djibouti booty. You can have a picnic on that thing.

        1. Props *fist bump*

  21. Hey! Look, everybody! It’s Garrison Keillor, host of the tiresome and tacky slice of pretend Americana known as A Prairie Home Companion here to rain righteous smugness down on the deplorables!

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/…..story.html

    You have to worry what his campaign is doing to his businesses. Angry unemployed white people are not a great demographic for high-end stuff. Maybe instead of selling luxury condos and golf memberships, he’ll have to turn to trailer parks and tattoo parlors. Trump Pizza. Don’s Used RVs. I’m serious.

    Remember – poverty is only funny when it afflicts people that we don’t like! Ha ha!

    1. Nailed. It. Progs hate them some poor whites.

    2. He is just an awful person. He made his entire career appealing to the smugness of NY Liberals at the expense of where he grew up. What a dick.

      1. What assholes like Keillor are willfully and bullheadedly ignorant to is the fact that even the most deteriorated neighborhoods in America’s urban centers can’t hold a candle to the kind of crushing, grinding poverty that can be seen in rural areas across the country. You could drive them through it with their eyes pried open like Alex in A Clockwork Orange and they still would deny it exists.

        1. He would say the people got what was coming to them. They are all racist deplorables anyway.

    3. It’s truly astounding how hateful our Enlightened Betters are toward certain groups of poor people with little education and few opportunities for advancement these days.

    4. LOL I tried to take my brother to the Trump Winery in Albemarle county and it was so crowded we had to leave. He wanted a “Make America Great Again” hat to piss off all his liberal friends in NoVA.

      His wines aren’t bad, but definitely not worth the price (unfortunately this is true of a lot of Virginia wines – we can’t compete with the other winemaking regions on price).

      1. That winery was started by the rich ex wife of the Charlottesville town billionaire. She spent a fortune bringing in some real top flight viniculture and wine makers. As Virginia Wines go it is quite good. It is good by any standard. When she went broke, my wife and I bought several cases of very expensive red for like five dollars a bottle.

        1. Patricia Kluge. Yeah she was really good at spending money, not as good at making it. We have an aboriginal art museum in CVille named after her.

          The sparkling wines are unique since almost no one else is making them and the blanc de blanc is good, but as far as their red and white wines, there are other wineries producing better stuff.

          Which tells you something about how his campaign is “hurting” his business – he has an inferior product and his winery was PACKED with visitors.

          1. I haven’t had any since he bought it. But when she ran it is, was very good. The problem with VA wine is that it none of it has any depth. It is all just kind of flat and clean tasting. It is not bad but not my favorite.

            1. The problem with VA wine is that it none of it has any depth. It is all just kind of flat and clean tasting.

              I don’t know about VA reds, but Horton Vineyard’s Viognier was one of the finest I’ve ever had in the U.S. Very well balanced, without the sins you find in Viognier with it being either overripe and hot or thin and metallic.

          2. the blanc de blanc is good

            All white grapes?! I’m pretty sure that’s racist, dude…

      2. The brunch at his golf course is pretty kick ass, but pricey.

    5. Quite the asshole.

      A natural prog.

    6. I’m a tired old liberal. I don’t need a revolution; amiable competence is good enough. Decent schools, great hospitals, buses that run on time, smart cops and programs for the autistic kids that there seem to be so many more of. The Second Amendment? Feh.

      What a jackass (and useful idiot).

      1. You know who else’s wanted the trains to run on time?

  22. William Weld just three points behind Elizabeth Warren in a hypothetical 2018 matchup.

    Haven’t you heard? He’s going to sabotage those crazy libertarians and prevent them from hurting poor Hillary. He’s dreamy!

    1. Oh the irony of having Weld in the Senate.
      I don’t know if it would be funnier to have him run under the Team R label but switch back to Team L once he gets sworn in or run as Team L from the get go.
      Even better if GJ avoids the shut out, keeps everyone from 270, and … oh where are my meds!

      1. Sadly, if elected Bill Weld would become one of the most liberty-friendly people in Congress.

  23. A float in a farmer’s fair parade in Indiana depicted Donald Trump executing Clinton.

    Np pics? I mean come on.

    1. Jesse probably has some dick pics for you.

      1. This one is a classic. I’m sure you’ll love it, guys.

          1. I can see why you’d like that dick so much.

            1. I am a sucker for 80s dick in action.

          2. That is a good one. Back at ya!

            1. You’ll notice that my dick is sweaty.

              1. Not gonna lie, I respect when a dick isn’t overly primped.

    2. No one has cell phones in that part of Indiana. But I hear there’s a woodcut coming next week.

  24. Al Gore will reportedly be hitting the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton.

    Nothing attracts the Yutes like a crazed sex poodle.

    1. I assume this is to bilk every tenth of a percent from Jill Stein as possible? If so, it’s a pretty desperate move.

      1. No one believes me, but I think they are getting very desperate. I don’t think the public polls are saying anything like what Hillary’s own internal polls.

        1. Are we still acting like polling is predictive these days? Last I saw, even Gallup was getting out of the business.

          1. The campaigns have the money to do accurate polls. The ones you see in the papers are pretty hit and miss. But the campaigns know what is going on. They just don’t release the information because doing so serves no purpose.

  25. Now a video lays bare America’s heroin epidemic: Laughing crowd gathers to WATCH as married drug addicts slowly lose consciousness in the street after overdose

    ‘I know for a fact all the kids are on social media, and when kids see that video, you know what they are going to say? I don’t want to look stupid like that I don’t want to do those drugs,’ he said.

    I found Hihn!

    1. It’s not contagious; therefore it’s not an epidemic.

    2. Kids on social media is not a fact. HA! Busted.

      1. There should be a public service announcement made: this is your brain on social media

      2. How do you do, fellow kids?

    3. Well yeah, that’s why you do heroin in the comfort of your own home, or, if you’re feeling risky, the local crack den.

    4. I keep seeing this shit about people “losing consciousness” after an “overdose” of heroin. In my day, it was called “nodding off” and that was exactly how heroin worked. It’s a narcotic, when you nod off that’s how you know you’ve had the exact right amount You know you’ve had too much when you choke to death on your own vomit.

      1. There was a story about it on the local news. The reporter interviewed the bitch who decided it would be a good idea to encage the unconscious man so she called 911. The woman would only do the interview if she could remain anonymous, and the report ended calling the woman a good samaritan.

        There was also a report on the news about some anti-gambling organization wanting to recriminalize fantasy sports betting. It was only relegalized after the extortionists from the state could rake off a substantial vig. (I think the report said 15%.) Because using the state to bully people doing something you disapprove of is so virtuous.

  26. Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.

    I’m sure most people assume its because of the hacking the DNC thing, and not, like, the United States trying to overthrow their allies and block their warm-water port access

  27. “A float in a farmer’s fair parade in Indiana depicted Donald Trump executing Clinton.”

    That isnt Cankles. That figure has a shirt with a collar, not a Mao suit.

    “Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.”

    Another Obumbles/Cankles foreign policy victory? Reset button for the win?

    “FBI secretly arrests contractor for the NSA for stealing classified codes”

    But can they prove intent?

    Protests in Ethiopia over land seizures by foreign textile company…isnt Soros up to his eyeballs in land seizures in Africa?

    I see more ME widows and orphans are getting their shot at the good life.

    I think I will just lurk for the rest of the day.

  28. Everything old is new again, just like the long, long trailer:

    “When Pennywise Was Real: The Phantom Clown Scare of 1981”

    http://www.blumhouse.com/2016/…..e-of-1981/

    1. “I learned it from you, dad!”

  29. What’s Tipper up to these days?

      1. Remember that. Stupid cunt.

      2. I have no idea why I expected Tipper Gore bondage. I think Sugarfree has permanently damaged my mind.

        1. Did you watch the video?

          Because the look on Al Gore’s face after Dee Snyder explains *why* Mrs. Gore sees so many songs that have nothing to do with bondage as being full of bondage references never gets old.

          1. Let’s be real, if anyone’s the sub in that relationship it’s Al.

    1. 350 pounds, last I heard.

      1. A new game – run and push her over. It’s called Tipper Tipping.

        1. Except she doesn’t tip. She just rolls.

          1. Weebles wobble but they don’t fall down.

            1. I wuv you guys!

              Big LOL for that one SFC…

  30. Two police officers in Brussels were stabbed in what prosecutors say they have reason to believe was a “terrorist attack.”

    Listen, this is the new normal in western countries. We have to tolerate these attacks because we so desperately need Muslims and their culture in the west.

    1. ‘you can’t wallpaper over termites forever”

      1. That’s why the Wall will never work.

  31. More than 11,000 migrants rescued off Libya this week

    More than 5,000 migrants were saved on Tuesday and Wednesday off the Libyan coast and 28 bodies recovered, bringing the total number of people rescued this week to more than 11,000, Italy’s coast guard said.

    The coast guard said the 4,655 migrants rescued on Tuesday were taken from 33 overcrowded boats, including 27 rubber dinghies and one wooden boat that was believed to have been carrying around 1,000 people.

    MINE THE SEAS!

    1. They are mining the seas, and they’re finding migrants.

    2. This is Smart Power At Its Best?, correct?

      1. Only 28 deaths out of 5,000 saved, so yes.

      2. http://www.pewglobal.org/2016/10/05/c…..op-threat/

        Chinese now list the US as their number one threat. Such are the wages of that God damned Cowboy Bush being in office the last 8 years.

        1. I see we’re reaping the dividends of our Asia Pivot. It’s like these people don’t understand Newton’s 3rd Law or anything. …Oh, who am I kidding. It was exactly what they wanted to do: create a threat to justify a bigger defense budget.

          1. It’s like these people don’t understand Newton’s 3rd Law or anything

            Well, we would have repealed that damned thing if it weren’t for OBSTRUKSHUNIST TEATHUGLIKKUNZ!!!11!!!!!! Maybe Chocolate Jesus should just whip out his pen and his phone.*

            *These euphemisms, amiright?

    3. They’re dropping them back in Libya, right?

      The vast majority of refugees come from Africa, including Nigeria, Eritrea, Guinea, Gambia, Sudan, Ivory Coast and Somalia.

      Because I can’t see Italy remaining satisfied with being the dumping ground for all of central Africa’s problems for very much longer.

    4. To Obama, refugees are like jobs.

      10,000 saved or created.

  32. Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.

    JOHN MCCAIN WILL START A WAR WITH RUSSIA!!!11!

    1. People told me that if I didn’t vote for Obama the US would end up in a really big war with Russia or China. And man they might have been right.

  33. http://freebeacon.com/politics…..interview/

    Hillary interview with Steve Harvey entirely scripted. This doesn’t reflect on Harvey so much as it does on Hillary. How pathetic are you if you can’t handle an interview with Steve Harvey without scripting it? The guy hosts Family Feud for Christ’s sake. I don’t think he was going to be asking very many hard hitting questions.

    Hillary really is more machine than man these days and a broken machine at that.

    1. John, you’re just bitter because she prepares for everything as exactingly as she has spent her life preparing to be president.

    2. He should have refused.

      Perhaps better, he should have agreed and then gone off-script.

      1. A black guy going against the progs is not good for your career…

    3. At least he read the cue card right this time.

    4. Pat Sajak hosts the Wheel and he’d eat her for lunch with his scathing criticism. He’s the second best thing on twitter next to Nihilist Arby’s.

      1. You are being incorrect on the internet… The rankings are as follows

        1) Iowahawk
        2) KeenelandSelect #kstwittertourney (It’s why I’m a “twit”– and if you do sign up, I want my 2 dollars!)

        8?) Pat Sajak

        3,267,518) Ezra Klein (Because no matter how punchable his face may be…)
        3,267.519) Matt Yglesias (…will always be a bottom)

        27,468,285) @DRFWatchmaker (asshole “liked” 6 of my first 100 tweets, then blocked me for making a cow joke… about a horse he picked in a race?!?!)
        27,468,286) Dave Weigel (he blocked me simply because I recommended “Pro-Active”)

  34. UN = Efforts to Eradicate Opium in Afghanistan Have Collapsed

    – in related news, man trying to boil the ocean concedes project “may take longer than initially projected”

    Who’s paying for this idiotic ‘eradication’ idea?… why, funny you should ask, US taxpayer…..

    1. Taliban eradicated opium production in Afghanistan. Maybe we should ask them for help. (Too soon?)

      1. Maybe they can call Duterte for advice

      2. * that’s not exactly right. But you should actually see my link below, where “capitulating to the taliban” is very much in the cards.

      3. Supply will meet demand.

    2. If we would have just legalized heroin and given the Afghans an exclusive license to grow the poppies to supply it on the single condition that they shoot on site any Arab or fellow Afghan who advocates attacking the US, our problems in that country would have been solved very quickly.

      1. Fuck it. We should have just bought all their opium at whatever price would have made the gangsters go broke to match, shot the gangsters who tried to strongarm people into selling, and then sold it to pharmaceutical companies. Or burned it, if the government just insisted on wasting it. But no… Not enough room for graft in that plan for the assholes at the CIA and State Department.

        1. We should have just bought all their opium at whatever price …and then sold it to pharmaceutical companies.

          I have a vague memory of a guy in the pentagon circa 2004-2006 or so… who proposed exactly this.

          Spend like $100m a year buying all their dope, sell it to pharma companies for cost. He made the mistake of sharing his idea w/ someone in the press, who leaked it to the Economist (or someone, maybe FP)… and….. he was promptly fired/re-assigned/vanished.

          There was a followup story in like 2012… about how we’d so far spent 50X that amount on various ‘development’ boondoggles in Afghanistan, and accomplished nothing.

          I continue to be amazed by people who think they can “Re-shape” economies by a mix of enforcement and bureaucracy… which does nothing except feed a gigantic corruption-machine.

          The solution is always to *participate* in the organic economy until it grows into what you want it to be on its own. This is how proper colonists tended to do it.

          1. Talk to any person who spent time in Iraq or Afghanistan and ask them about development. The stories that can be told are just surreal. USAID and the rest of them are Monty Python.

        2. We should have just bought all their opium at whatever price would have made the gangsters go broke

          You know how you get ever increasing opium production?

          1. I think you need to understand that the idea behind “buy it all” wasn’t to ‘get it off the market’…

            … it was to ensure that the people in afghanistan were all busy focusing on “making money” and building up their own economic infrastructure *themselves*, rather than the US blowing bazillions trying to do it, while the farmers all turn to fighting the Americans who keep trying to poison their crops.

            1. I don’t see how buying up all the opium at premium prices would be any kind of solution. Lots more people would get into the business, especially if they knew it was safe to do so. I guess the whole economy of Afghanistan would then revolve around growing opium so that it could be bought by the US government and destroyed (or whatever).

              1. My second rung of the plan was to buy for three years, and then offer the farmers the exact same subsidy for five years with the caveat that the could have the same amount they got in the best of their first three years and grow and sell anything but opium to anyone OR grow opium and sell it to us at a premium. And hope that in eight years we had bankrupted all the narcos in Afghanistan.

              2. I don’t see how buying up all the opium at premium prices would be any kind of solution. Lots more people would get into the business, especially if they knew it was safe to do so.

                I think you have a mistaken impression of the diversity and liquidity of the afghan agricultural industry.

    3. Define “collapsed”. They’ve gone from “not working at all” to “not even trying”?

      1. I actually have been perusing the UN doc. Its a mess. My impression is that the US sends the afghans big truckloads of money, and in return they spend 20% of that bribing some people to “not make opium”, and others to pretend to be destroying crops.

        but with growing demand, and declining US influence, they just take the money, and all the farmers go back to peddling dope now.

        1. It’s been a few years since I’ve looked into it but back then I read that the Russian and Eastern European market for opiates was so good it doesn’t matter how much money you throw at the problem. It’s just too profitable to grow and then sell it to traffickers who bring it through Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.

          1. A lot of it goes through Iran too, but they’re using a lot of their own stash.

        2. So they used the farm subsidy strategy for a black market product. How did it go wrong?

  35. Two police officers in Brussels were stabbed in what prosecutors say they have reason to believe was a “terrorist attack.”

    Seriously, what kind of bush league terrorists can’t get their hands on some guns. This is planet earth right?

    1. I mean, come on! Obama told me it’s easier to buy a gun than a book.

    2. If you can get a gun in fooking Bruges you can get a gun anywhere in Belgium.

  36. Kerry = Praises Afghan Buyout of Perennial Warlord – Suggests May Be Model For Future

    If you’re not in the habit of following Kerry’s exploits and admiring his ability to pretend that giant-piles-of-dogshit are beds of roses….

    ….this alone may provide a classic case-study. Its sort of like if France “made peace” w/ Hitler by offering him the mayorality of Paris. Its in so many words a “qualified” surrender, where the government is saying, “please stop killing us, and we’ll let you go back to running huge swaths of the country” Kerry’s role is to spit-shine the turd and explain how this is the awesome conclusion everyone’s always wanted.

    1. Why won’t you give peace a chance, man?

      1. I’m all for peace. but the policy for “peace” is for the US to stop propping up the bullshit government and let the enemy just “win”.

        Instead, we’re spending bazillions for a farce, and letting americans soldiers die while we pretend that the efforts there are not a complete failure.

        1. One tic while I readjust the ole Sarc-o-Meter. 😛

        2. But we need to spread democracy!

        3. Kerry is terrible, but I can’t decide how terrible.

    2. And there are no worries setting the precedent that we will pay protection money will get out of hand or anything. And I am sure that guy won’t just take our money and fuck us. I mean if you can’t trust an Afghan Warlord to keep his word, who can you trust?

  37. So where are all those anti-war people? College radicals these days seem more concerned about bathrooms, white privilege and cultural appropriation but not in wars. If anything they are more likely to want the US to intervene more in Syria and Libya because of all the refugees….

    And the ones that are opposed to war are more likely to be Putin/Maduro/Castro lovers than anything else…

  38. Will women be swayed by Hillary’s Trump’s a body-shamer commerical?

    I laughed, but I am not the target audience.

    1. If you are the type of person who gets butt hurt about women being called fat, are you pretty likely to already be in the Hillary camp?

      I think the target audience is Jezebelle types whom Hillary is worried will stay home and eat bon bons and play with their cats rather than vote on election day.

    2. I don’t think there’s any form of dog shit that Hilary’s flock wouldn’t slurp down with a nod and grin.

    3. Body shaming? I’m sure she was outraged by all those naked statues of Trump.

    4. I’g going to do it, I’m going to brave the Youtube boards and take a peak at the comments.

      The rope is tightly fastened now, if I give two tugs you pull me out of there, OK? Two tugs, got it?!

      1. The rope is tightly fastened now, if I give two tugs you pull me out of there, OK? Two tugs, got it?!

        Ew, dude. This is not that kind of forum.

        1. +0 Carradine

          I’d accept Hutchence, too.

  39. So the Bill Weld dropping out rumors: Who do I distrust more? Weld or the Clintonite MSM?

    1. Who do I distrust more?

      Your mom?

  40. Cool that Stoddart won the Nobel Prize. I’ve seen him give seminars a few times and a guy I went to grad school with did a postdoc with him. I think it’s a bit premature though. Honestly it’s quite a while before molecular machines will change anyone’s life or have a huge impact on the world, which is what I thought the Nobel Prize was all about. People usually get them for work they did decades prior.

    1. “People usually get them (Nobel prizes) for work they did decades prior.”

      Like Obumbles?

      1. There are exceptions for political dick sucking, of course.

  41. Al Gore will reportedly be hitting the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton.

    “I’ll be campaigning for Hillary because I am almost 100% certain that Donald Trump is, in fact, Manbearpig. I’m super serial. And one day soon, after Manbearpig’s bid for the presidency has been defeated, everyone will be super stoked on me and they’ll say ‘Thank you, Al Gore for helping to defeat Manbearpig.’ Thank you.”

    1. Actually Gore will be campaigning for Hillary because Trump is paying him under the table to do it.

      Being associated with Gore should completely erase whatever lead Hillary has in the polls quite effectively.

    1. I really shouldn’t be surprised by this kind of thing anymore, but…wow.

  42. Hilarious Ann Coulter tweet:

    Kaine promised to be Hillary Clinton’s “right-hand person” tonight???
    Cleverly avoids fact-check on whether he is a man.

    1. “Hilarious Ann Coulter tweet”

      I know what those words mean individually, but that combination does not make any sense at all.

      1. You didn’t laugh? She can be very funny, as here.

      2. I still uphold that Boondocks Ann Coulter is the real thing.

      3. As much as it pains me to say, Coulter can be very funny and is capable of some good zingers. You don’t have to agree with or even like her to recognize that.

        One of her best articles was a demand to reform welfare back, because she realized welfare was a “safe streets” program for capitalism.

    2. I see I am not the only one that noticed.

  43. Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.

    So, reset then?

  44. https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/245649/

    CSPAN callers are the best.

    “He really doesn’t care about people at all,” the woman charged. “He will do whatever it takes. I’m reminded of the Manchurian Candidate and Mrs. Clinton’s health issues.”

    She declared that if Kaine ever becomes president, “we won’t have a country. This guy is crazy.”

    “I know him personally, Shirley added. “I’m not trying to be nasty, I’m just standing up for what is right to say and standing up for the people in this country.”

    She concluded that she would be voting for Trump in order to make sure Kaine is “no longer in a position to be president.”

    After the creepy vibe he gave off during last night’s debate, this woman may be telling the truth.

    1. The whole time I was watching him I was wondering, who in their right mind can see that swishy creep as our president? If he had not gone into politics I would have bet money we would have seen his mugshot next to a headline declaring ‘Local Pastor arrested after weekend campout with troubled boys’.

      Just the possibility of him as VP should scare every sane person out of voting for….oh. Sane people aren’t voting for the Hildebeast anyway.

  45. CSPAN callers are the best. On CSPAN post debate call in last night.

    “He really doesn’t care about people at all,” the woman charged. “He will do whatever it takes. I’m reminded of the Manchurian Candidate and Mrs. Clinton’s health issues.”

    She declared that if Kaine ever becomes president, “we won’t have a country. This guy is crazy.”

    “I know him personally, Shirley added. “I’m not trying to be nasty, I’m just standing up for what is right to say and standing up for the people in this country.”

    She concluded that she would be voting for Trump in order to make sure Kaine is “no longer in a position to be president.”

    Check Pj media for the link, which reason of course will not accept.

    1. Check Pj media for the link, which reason of course will not accept.

      Cosmospiracy!

      Actually you just need to put it in a link tag so reason knows it’s not just gibberish and it’ll link up fine. For whatever reason the original link you used with the /video/ in it failed out onto my screen.

      1. Those fuckers are out to get me!!

        Thanks.

    1. Just like she stage managed what the Democrats in Congress were going to say at the Benghazi hearings.

    2. Does anyone think any of Cankles’ interviews, debates, town halls, etc. are not scripted? Absolutely everything about her is phony baloney bullshit, right down to the color of her eyes. No really, she wears colored contact lenses.

    3. “Mrs. Clinton, your campaign seems to have the momentum of a runaway freight train. Why are you so popular?”

    4. This doesn’t shock me because I believe it’s standard operating procedure.

  46. http://heatst.com/politics/hea…..-disaster/

    This is interesting

    In the correspondence, made public Wednesday by the watchdog group Citizens United, top Clinton aide Huma Abedin responds to an email from oligarch consultant Doug Band asking about her location. “I’m with her,” Abedin wrote, presumably referring to Clinton. “We had a disaster.”

    It is unclear if Abedin, the former wife of known pervert Anthony Weiner, is referring to a health-related “disaster,” similar to the one Clinton suffered in December 2012, when she suffered a concussion after a fall.

    “We had a disaster here,” Abedin reiterates in a follow up email.

    Just what was that disaster?

    1. No doubt another part of the ongoing health crisis.

    2. Someone put gas instead of diesel in Hilary, I’d guess. No big deal, Huma is just melodramatic

      1. Gary Sick took a one-day gap in George HW Bush’s schedule and used it as proof of the October Surprise.

        1. Good find. Looks like her next public talk was September 8th. All I see between that and August 28th are press releases. So the gap is only about a week, but there is a gap.

          1. When was she supposed to have been in that plane crash in/near Iran? Was that in 2009, or 2012?

    3. Depends blowout.

    4. Heat Street needs to tighten up. Huma is still married to Weiner — they’re not divorced.

    5. They didn’t know who Dave Brubeck was.

  47. Apparently people have scoured the transcripts of the VP debate to find something to be offended about, and they’ve struck…. if not gold, well, its *something*

    VP candidate Pence’s ‘Mexican thing’ remark sparks Twitter ire

    At Tuesday night’s televised debate, Democratic opponent Tim Kaine recalled Trump’s June 2015 presidential campaign launch, at which the New York businessman accused Mexico of sending criminals to live in the United States, angering Mexicans and Mexican-Americans.

    Pence, Indiana’s governor, responded to Kaine’s verbal attack by Hillary Clinton’s running mate by telling U.S. senator, “You whipped out that Mexican thing again.”

    NYT follows with the coordinated messaging

    After Tuesday evening’s vice-presidential debate between Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia and Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana, it was clear “that Mexican thing” had become a phrase of choice.

    From all the news i’ve seen about how “VP’s dont matter” and the utter lack of “KAINE DESTROYS!!” pieces… I can only assume Pence wiped the floor with the guy. This is actually the best they can salvage = “HE SAID “THING!!” Ugh so dismissive!”

  48. That spy they arrested yesterday. Get this

    nside Martin’s residence and his car, the FBI found evidence of criminal activity including possible espionage. The arrest affidavit (which on security grounds never mentions NSA, though that was Martin’s place of employment) spells out what Bureau agents found: information that was classified at the Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information level?including six documents of recent vintage from an unnamed government agency which is certainly NSA.

    You mean storing TS SSCI information at an unsecured location is a crime? Really? Has anyone told Director Comey about this?

    1. Can you imagine Hilary’s DoJ prosecuting this?

      1. Yes I can.

  49. “Relations between the U.S. and Russia are at their lowest point since the 1970s.”

    The scariest part is that neither Barack Obama nor Hillary Clinton realize it yet.

    . . . everything’s going according to plan!

    1. When it comes out the Russians are running around now, replaying Operation RYAN, i.e. are the Americans going to no shit nuke us in the next week or two? Then I’ll believe things are as bad as they were in the 80s, never mind the 70s.

      If things are that bad though, I really hope the Russians haven’t turned Perimeter back on. Nothing like putting your trust and faith in Russian automation design…

  50. From all the news i’ve seen about how “VP’s dont matter” and the utter lack of “KAINE DESTROYS!!” pieces… I can only assume Pence wiped the floor with the guy.

    Kaine was a total jabbering idiot. It sounded like his cue punch cards were out of sequence.

    1. Do you think — and I’m just spitballing here — do you think it was cocaine?

      1. Possible but I have seen guys like that before (Robin Williams for example) who were naturally out of balance and hyper. I went to HS with a couple of guys like that. Like Williams they eventually went completely off of the rails. Kudos to Kaine for keeping a grip on his…uh…mania.

        Manic depressives don’t need coke.

  51. No democrat socialists, I will NOT hold my nose and waste my vote on Hillary Clinton, who is a bigger war monger than Dick Cheney, whose hero is Henry Kissinger, and in addition, supports the racist and un Constitutional war on drugs.

    No democrat socialists, I will NOT hold my nose and waste my vote on the racist war monger and foe of individual liberty, Hillary Clinton!!!

    1. Hillary Clinton has the black vote, so I’d hardly call the WoD racist.

  52. do you think it was cocaine?

    It wasn’t Midol.

    1. Can’t be sure. He’s the right hand person.

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