Trump loves him some Roger Ailes. Such fine judgment. LOL.
It is Sunday, what has he lied about today?
ALJ2, so you don't have an opinion on this column about the RNC? Hold tight, get some sleep, the DNC is nigh. Where with any luck there will be an attempted coup against Hillary and the Committee.
What a change from when radicals hijacked the Democratic Party and said we don't give a damn that every county in Tennessee voted for George Wallace - we'll vote for whomever we please at the convention. Just a coincidence they suffered one of the worst defeats in American history in the following election.
(And love the comments elsewhere about Trump being a liar because some idiot staffer plagiarized a speech for his wife - so unlike Bill Clinton giving up his law license before it was stripped for his admitted perjury in a legal proceeding while under oath. But you probably believed him when he said he smoked dope but didn't inhale and promised not to raise taxes on the middle class.... And isn't it great how Hillary stood/stands behind him but says she would try to vacate the Constitutional guarantee of presumption of innocence against other men accused of sexual harassment or exploitation (Duke lacrosse team on line 1, Hillz....).)
My assessment of any gay person who is swayed by Trump's LGBTQ statement:
He's gonna spare you from being murdered by Islamists so your rights can be assaulted by Christianists, who are his supporters.
Hillary got more mentions than Reagan. It was a convention of whiny ass titty babies.
Unfortunately "the donald" is even worse, sigh =8-|
Well said, AP.
The famous Lizard versus Wizard contest.
Because that is the way Hillary rolls.
It was a fabulous convention... for the Democratic Party.
If someone lies about most everything great or trivial, why would you believe it when they said they would help you?
I was musing the other night with my brother-in-law who lived in Louisiana in the early nineties. In 1991, by some unusual circumstances, the Democratic Party had nominated for governor Edwin Edwards, a corrupt politician even by Louisiana standards. The Republican candidate was the infamous David Duke. The local Republican Party printed up bumper stickers that said "Vote For the Crook!" Duke was defeated and Edwards later was convicted of corruption and sent to federal prison.
I hear ya. I'm having a really, really hard time with the thought of having to vote for Clinton. The electoral college may deliver me from the necessity. And should I view voting as making a statement, and with the lack of a national leftist voice, I may vote for Johnson.
@Jeff, I am a Kasich supporter. I don't see myself voting this time around.
If Trump should win the presidency, and I pray fervently that he doesn't, this is what our country's future will be like: stand up for Trump or be annihilated. Does anybody else see the resemblance between Trump's rise and the rise of Hitler?
What the Trump supporters have done at the convention is unconscionable. I don't see how, after all this, Cruz and Kasich supporters can, in good conscience, vote for the Republican nominee. Find a good third party candidate and show the GOP establishment that you won't be exiled to the wilderness. Make your voices heard.
The MF needs to hire some of the recently-terminated CA copy editors.
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