Archive | February 18, 2020

ON MY SOAPBOX….I swear he was alive a minute ago


WRITTEN BY: SHEILA TOLLEY

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Attn:  Mike Bloomberg,

“No, I will not loan you my soapbox to stand on during the debate. Now, please quit calling me. I have a blog site to run.”

Sheila Tolley

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I often wonder if our modern day democrats have developed brain disorders. Normal people with normal brain activity simply would not display the self-destructive behavior as that of democrats.

Remember when Hillarwitch Clinton called Trump supporters a basket of deplorables? The end result being, we needed a bigger basket.

Now Moneymike Bloomberg has insulted our farmers. This is how he explains why farmers can’t work in information technology:

MB: “I can teach anyone how to be a farmer 1 dig a hole 2 put a seed in 3 put dirt on top 4 add water 5 up comes the corn.”

Now think about this, Moneymike has officially (threatened) to ask Hillarwitch to be his running mate in 2020. He has evidently forgotten about the Surprise Demise of Vince Foster and Jeffrey Epstein.

The only way Moneymike could be more self-destructive than having Hillarwitch as a Vice-President is to:

1. Wrap himself in seal skin and go on a picnic with polar bears.

2. Cover himself in honey and run through bear country.

Our Vice-President, Mike Pence, gave the absolute perfect response to Moneymike’s insult to our farmers. He let Paul Harvey reply.

 

THE SPHINX—NO IF, AND, OR BUTTIGIEIG

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#WalkAway: Democrat Attends New Hampshire Trump Rally and Decides to Leave Her Party After What She Saw

‘Start Your Engines!’ Trump Lights Up the Daytona 500 to Chants of ‘Four More Years!’

https://www.redstate.com/

https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/harriet-tubman-visa-card-backlash

https://thefederalist.com/

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The Editor: What is your title about, LL ?

Muckraker Cat: It’s about where the candidates stand on the issues. I only list the ones that I feel have a chance.

https://www.politico.com/2020-election/candidates-views-on-the-issues/bernie-sanders/

https://www.politico.com/2020-election/candidates-views-on-the-issues/pete-buttigieg/

https://www.politico.com/2020-election/candidates-views-on-the-issues/michael-bloomberg/

https://www.politico.com/2020-election/candidates-views-on-the-issues/amy-klobuchar/

TE: Do you support anything they support, MC ?

Socialist Cat: A paper ballot is the only item. I hope Bernie makes it to the convention with three-quarters of the delegates needed. Nevada’s Caucus started on February 15, 2020.

https://nvdems.com/2020-caucus/

https://www.270towin.com/2020-democratic-nomination

Pop the Popcorn: NV’s Caucus Heading Full Speed Down SNAFU Highway

I like these.

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden-faces-nyc-protesters-chanting-drop-out-joe

Bad Idea: Wisconsin Wants to Extend Bars Hours Until 4 A.M. During DNC Convention.

Here is a grand place built in 1871. The homeless are about to take it over, like San Francisco. It will be another failed liberal location.

Demanding Answers: Business Owners In Grand Central Terminal Say Homeless Population Is Taking Over

Here is some Trump voting news.

Even With “Token” Opposition, “Massive Turnout” for Trump in Early Primaries

Anytime Americans hear the word “change” from a politician they should scratch them as a possible choice. It’s only entertainment and games.

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Orion over the Central Bohemian Highlands
Image Credit & Copyright: Vojtěch Bauer

Explanation: Do you recognize this constellation? Setting past the Central Bohemian Highlands in the Czech Republic is Orion, one of the most identifiable star groupings on the sky and an icon familiar to humanity for over 30,000 years. Orion has looked pretty much the same during this time and should continue to look the same for many thousands of years into the future. Prominent Orion is high in the sky at sunset this time of year, a recurring sign of (modern) winter in Earth‘s northern hemisphere and summer in the south. The featured picture is a composite of over thirty images taken from the same location and during the same night last month. Below and slightly to the left of Orion’s three-star belt is the Orion Nebula, while four of the bright stars surrounding the belt are, clockwise, Sirius (far left, blue), Betelgeuse (top, orange, unusually faint), Aldebaran (far right), and Rigel (below). As future weeks progress, Orion will set increasingly earlier.

Tomorrow’s picture: fastest galaxy