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The Way Every Democratic Voter Feels In The Nation Tonight

December 12, 2017

What a grand night of election counting as Alabama did what many of us wanted, but few thought possible.   I certainly never thought this race would be won by a Democratic candidate.

After the hours of network coverage and online monitoring the mood was sour when Roy Moore had a near 50,000 vote lead, though uncounted ballots in blue counties were still waiting to be added to the tally.  After all our nation has had to endure this entire year with the recklessness of Republicans many felt nothing good could happen until November 2018.  How could Alabama make us proud, given their past record?

And then Doug Jones won a stunning victory in a very red state and the national Democratic mood changed.  Now to find some cheesecake to celebrate!

Watch Votes County By County In Alabama Tonight

December 12, 2017

Watch the votes county by county in Alabama tonight. With a mouse click the state is at your command.

Archie Bunker Had A Sammy Davis Jr. Album, Too

December 12, 2017

Kayla Moore, the blond-haired wife of Alabama’s Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore, tried to defend her husband from accusations of anti-Semitism, and instead stained herself with utter embarrassment.    She made a most pointed reference that one of their attorneys is Jewish.

“Fake news would tell you that we don’t care for Jews. I tell you all this because I’ve seen it all and I just want to set the record straight while they’re all here,” Moore declared in a speech.

She added, “One of our attorneys is a Jew.”

Ouch. Wow.  Is Archie Bunker back and writing campaign scripts?

President Trump Shows Sexist Demeaning Side, Many Denounce His Sham Of A Presidency

December 12, 2017

President Trump tweeted this morning that the New York Democratic Senator  Gillibrand “would come to my office ‘begging’ for campaign contributions not so long ago (and would do anything for them).”

Gillibrand, who a day earlier had called for an investigation of the sexual misconduct allegations against Trump and said he should resign, replied directly to the president on Twitter. “You cannot silence me or the millions of women who have gotten off the sidelines to speak out about the unfitness and shame you have brought to the Oval Office,” she wrote.

Others who condemned Trump’s tweet included former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson, “BBC World News America” anchor Katty Kay, and Brian Fallon, a spokesman for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

The slimy sexist characteristics from Trump are on full display.  The women who have accused him of sexual groping and harassment are more powerful today due to the reaction of the perv in the White House.

Alabama Will Define Itself In Senate Election

December 11, 2017

The President and National Republican Party have endorsed and committed to supporting a man who was not just a serial child molester but who also says that homosexuality should be illegal, that Muslims shouldn’t be allowed to serve in political offices, and that the last great age in American history was when Americans still owned slaves.

Let’s pray that Alabama is better than this when they vote tomorrow.

Nixon’s 18 Minutes Turns Into Trump’s 18 Days

December 11, 2017

Special Counsel Robert Mueller is trying to piece together what happened inside the White House over a critical 18-day period that began when senior officials were told that National Security Adviser Michael Flynn was susceptible to blackmail by Russia.

The questions raised by Mueller appear to relate to possible obstruction of justice by President Donald Trump, say two people familiar with Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s election meddling and potential collusion with the Trump campaign.

All that is missing is how Trump’s dirty deeds were done.  And we will learn even though it may not be as amusing as the famous “Rose Mary Stretch”!

Chuck Todd Question Could Be Aimed At Every Republican In America Concerning The Morality Of Their Party

December 10, 2017

This morning Meet The Press host Chuck Todd asked a question of South Carolina Senator Tim Scott.  But as I heard it there was no doubt the question could also apply to every Republican voter in America.

“You know, there’s been some concern that the election of Roy Moore is just going to send a larger negative message about what the Republican Party stands for. You have been somebody, as a leader in the party, to try to talk about inclusion. I wonder if comments like this that Roy Moore said when he was revering the age of slavery when he said, ‘I think it was a great time in America at the time when families were united, even though we had slavery. They cared for one another. People were strong in their families.’

“And then I thought about that quote and this tweet from Steve King earlier this week. And he says this, ‘Diversity is not our strength.’ And then he quotes Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán quote, ‘Mixing cultures will not lead to a higher quality of life, but a lower one.’ This stuff inside your party, look Sen. Scott, I know you don’t want to associate yourself with that. But it’s associated with the Republican party. What do you do about this?

Yes, what do Republican voters think about these matters?

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