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  • Smart Meters

    08/01/2014 8:06:45 PM PDT · 23 of 23
    Hostage to backwoods-engineer

    You’re wrong on this one and you miss the bigger points.

    There is no reason whatsoever for a lineman to show up at someone’s house and give the homeowner’s hell over working on their breaker panel or their in-home electrical system. I know several homeowners that pack heat and would gladly put the fear of God into such an a-hole lineman. He’s lucky to be alive. It was intrusive and none of his business period.

  • Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas is a rising Republican power in House, as well as a whip

    08/01/2014 4:26:35 PM PDT · 25 of 31
    Hostage to Usagi_yo

    Ted Cruz is a superstar. An exceptional leader like him comes once in a lifetime if ever.

    It wouldn’t matter if he was dog catcher in the Aleuts, he is destined to be America’s leader and nothing can change that.

  • Smart Meters

    08/01/2014 8:35:17 AM PDT · 5 of 23
    Hostage to Mier

    Bookmark for later.

  • Mark Levin: 'Clean Out' GOP Leadership or Country Will 'Unravel'

    08/01/2014 8:33:42 AM PDT · 24 of 24
    Hostage to SamuraiScot

    Yes, the cause started with democrats but was continued or ignored by GOP establishment types. The subprime debacle would never have happened if there wasn’t an agreement put in place for the massive profits to be made by all parties.

    All this was made in a collusion of corrupt democrats and republicans. So it makes no sense to point at a party to blame. The reason I point to republicans is because that is the party that conservatives have a chance of gaining control over.

  • NRSC Chairman Says Republicans Could Flip Up To 14 Senate Seats

    08/01/2014 6:50:16 AM PDT · 24 of 30
    Hostage to cotton1706

    > “NRSC Chairman Says Republicans Could Flip Up To 14 Senate Seats”

    Yeah? Is that so.....

    And 2012 was supposed to be a cakewalk for any GOP presidential nominee!

    Imbeciles of the NRSC answer me this!

    1. Mississippi
    2. Mark Mayfield

    Until these two items are addressed, go F yourselves!

  • Former CIA Officer Battles ‘Dummy,’ ‘Clown’ Geraldo over New Clinton bin Laden Tapes

    08/01/2014 6:45:28 AM PDT · 5 of 43
    Hostage to nikos1121

    > “Anyone hear Geraldo Rivera this AM on Fox Morning Show?”


    10 X minimum wage with a full annual contract is not enough to have me listen to anything this imbecile says.

  • Mark Levin: 'Clean Out' GOP Leadership or Country Will 'Unravel'

    08/01/2014 6:27:27 AM PDT · 16 of 24
    Hostage to miss marmelstein

    Go to podcasts of his radio shows, pick the date from when he ranted about the Confederacy, let me know and I will listen to it and get back to you.

  • Mark Levin: 'Clean Out' GOP Leadership or Country Will 'Unravel'

    08/01/2014 5:35:04 AM PDT · 6 of 24
    Hostage to cotton1706

    The 2006 Comprehensive Immigration Reform aka Massive Amnesty spearheaded by G.W. Bush was the beginning of the end of the GOP. The result was a loss of Congress.

    Loss of Congress and wrongheaded GOP policies of banking and regulation led to the financial meltdown that gave the country over to Obama.

    And what of democrat policies? We can always count on them to be traitors to the Constitution. But we can’t have the GOP join them. Had the GOP opposed amnesty and the policies that led to the Wall St. corruption and crash, they would control Congress and the White House today.

    Instead we got John McCain in 2008 who is in effect a democrat. In 2012 we got the bottom of the whole rotton barrel in Romney.

    2012 should have been a cakewalk for a GOP nominee but it gave 4 more years of Obama.

    And 2014 should be a cakewalk for the GOP control of the US Senate. But the GOP establishment will squander that too and won’t mind the lost opportunity as they are bought and paid for by entities that do not care for American Conservatives.

    And now we are here with clarity in the corruption of Mississippi and the wrongful death of innocent Tea Party conservatives in Mark Mayfield.

    This conservative is not forgetting what the GOP has become.

  • Don’t screw this up, GOP senators tell their House counterparts

    07/31/2014 5:16:34 AM PDT · 3 of 29
    Hostage to cotton1706

    I got two things for these a-holes in the US Senate to explain:

    1. Mississippi
    2. Mark Mayfield

    Until they address these 2 matters, they can F themselves.

  • House readies bill to stop Obama's immigration order -- in advance

    07/30/2014 11:56:56 PM PDT · 4 of 15
    Hostage to sheikdetailfeather

    Nice thoughts...but they’re only thoughts, nice ones.

    It will never go anywhere because as the last part says, the Senate would have to approve and the President would have to sign. DOA!

    But there is one suggestion that has merit that came from one our Freepers, and that is a governor of a state should file for a federal court injunction against Obama’s overreach, real or potential, and allow the court docket to eat up the clock until after the next Congress is sworn in.

    A federal court injunction or federal restraining order would render all federal law enforcement illegal and off limits to carrying out Obama’s overreaching executive orders. No federal law enforcement officer will violate federal court orders that restrain Obama. Thus, Obama is neutered.

  • Paul Ryan: Obama's Exec Amnesty Not 'High Crimes'

    07/30/2014 11:43:58 PM PDT · 3 of 42
    Hostage to 2ndDivisionVet

    Oh please Monsieur Ryan, go back to Wisconsin and get a real job!

    I think of a real American like John Wayne and then I think of the ranking metrosexual from the 1st District in Wisconsin....

    ... and I can almost feel the big slurry of Boehner tears welling up in the eyes!

    Please God, let us give some frickin shots of testosterone to these effete pretty boys in Congress. I can’t stand it anymore!

  • Lerner Emails: Conservative 'Crazies' and 'A--holes' will 'Take Down' America

    07/30/2014 11:06:27 PM PDT · 39 of 41
    Hostage to haroldeveryman

    > “Let’s get rid of it so the government could switch to a ***value added tax*** system...”

    No! No, a value added tax is a horrible tax system.

    The best most brilliant tax system that is not a value added tax and would get rid of all the income tax IRS problems is the ‘Fair Tax’ which is commonly expressed in a brand form as ‘FairTax’.

    Please take the time to read here on it:

    Click on the questions to see the answers.

  • U.S. House: Lawsuit Against President Obama (Live)

    07/30/2014 4:58:55 PM PDT · 83 of 120
    Hostage to mojito

    A Freeper had an excellent suggestion that I think Senator Cruz needs to hear.

    The suggestion was for a state governor to file for a federal injunction against any legalizations or movements of illegal aliens across national borders or state borders until the court could sort out the law which could take a year or more. That would give time for republicans to take control of the Senate and put an end to the border insurgency.

    But I have my doubts about US Senate republicans.

  • Call his bluff

    07/30/2014 4:54:10 PM PDT · 9 of 16
    Hostage to molson209

    They are scaring their base into donating money by saying “those nasty evil republicans are going to try and impeach our messiah, we need funds to fight these haters!”

    They know there is no chance of Obama being convicted in the US Senate as long as democrats control it (actually even if establishment republicans control it).

    So they are using it as a campaign scare tactic to get their base and big donors to build up a pool of cash to fight those evil hating House republicans, and Sarah Palin too!

  • Rep. Gowdy Doubles Down: Says Pelosi Needs to See Mental Health Professional

    07/30/2014 12:39:31 PM PDT · 21 of 25
    Hostage to Impala64ssa

    She, Pelosi, really is indeed deficient in many ways including her ability to discern practical reality from self-delusions and fantasy.

  • Judge says US can't seize tanker full of Kurdish oil off Texas coast

    07/30/2014 10:35:34 AM PDT · 24 of 29
    Hostage to vette6387

    We do have incredibly patriotic men and women in our military who would do anything to defend our traditions and values.

    We have an internal war going on and not just with the democrats. This started with George H.W. Bush ‘Bush the Elder’ and his ‘Moderate’ Rockefeller-Republican approach to governing. His mistakes led to Clinton and Clinton led to ‘Bush the Younger’ who succumbed to the RINO Moderate wing of the party. That led to Obama who was opposed by two Moderate RINOs, McCain and Romney. So now we have got to ‘purge’ these losers from our party so that we will have our party back for winners.

    Our enemies are the democrats and the GOP establishment. If we don’t take out BOTH, we are lost for the 2016 cycle.

  • Judge says US can't seize tanker full of Kurdish oil off Texas coast

    07/30/2014 9:28:44 AM PDT · 16 of 29
    Hostage to Leaning Right; vette6387; MeshugeMikey; afraidfortherepublic

    Both Kuwaitis and Kurds still love America. From those I have heard from they know Obama stinks but will be gone soon enough. They do worry that America will elect another Obama-like candidate.

  • Judge says US can't seize tanker full of Kurdish oil off Texas coast

    07/30/2014 9:06:31 AM PDT · 13 of 29
    Hostage to vette6387; MeshugeMikey; Leaning Right; afraidfortherepublic

    The Kurds number more than 40 million people and in a communication to me early last year I was told they still love Americans.

  • Make the Switch (Barf but Interesting)

    07/30/2014 7:32:28 AM PDT · 4 of 5
    Hostage to Steve_Seattle

    I agree with you except I think they start out by alienating more than 30-40% because the majority of the country is conservative. It is moronic for sure.

  • Make the Switch (Barf but Interesting)

    07/30/2014 6:34:37 AM PDT · 1 of 5
    Wow, what a deal!

    I wonder how many subscribers have signed on.

    Shouldn't there be a conservative mobile service?

  • 5 Obvious Principles of Human Nature That Baffle Liberals

    07/29/2014 4:51:51 AM PDT · 15 of 27
    Hostage to Moltke

    Good observations. The English language is a treasure when used competently and precisely.

    I would replace his “the ugly truth about human nature” with “the current tempered realities of human capacities”. Likely there is a more poetic way of getting the point across.

    But his broad outline is good and serves as a template for developing his observational summaries further.

    What grates my daily thinking about liberals is their simpleminded notion that they alone see the ideal destination for humankind. For example, they see environmental degradation and in response organize politics to punish the abusers and and push upon all myriad fantasy solutions which sound good but are not tested and not practical. And the part that is so infuriating is felt when there exist true innovators who work to take the painstaking practical steps towards real solutions and this progress is usurped by liberals who claim that such progress would have never existed if it were not for their organizing the politics surrounding it.

    In short, liberals see something that is universally wrong and they jump up and down like children pointing to that something which is wrong as if they are the only ones that see it. Then when a more adult group notices that thing which is wrong and takes steps to right that wrong, liberals take credit in saying that without their pointing out the wrong there would never have been a solution. Therefore, it was they that solved the problem.

  • Obama will have illegals voting by November

    07/28/2014 5:35:31 PM PDT · 13 of 29
    Hostage to Starman417

    > “Obama will have illegals voting by November”

    The Title here is to be taken in all seriousness. It is absolutely true that millions of illegals will be voting by November.

    How? You might ask.

    The Left has a hardened corps of organizers who act as ‘coaches’ and navigators for the undocumented. Already federal and state benefits are meted out without questioning the undocumented person’s legal status and in fact are not allowed by law or policy to inquire of an undocumented person’s legal status.

    It carries over to voter registrations. Questions are asked of a person’s citizenship status and other information such as social security numbers. The regulations are guided by policy that many voter applicants do not speak or understand English so a registration is flagged as provisional until other required documents are provided. In others words there is a lot of slop in the system; the system is sloppy.

    The Leftist intelligentsia have complete maps of voter demographics in every county and precinct. They know exactly where the battlegrounds are to overcome legitimate voters with fraudulent voters. They are capable of turning blue a red state like Texas. They will move the 26 year old ‘children’ to strategic locations where their presence can find its away onto voter rolls and be used to fight the takeover of the US Senate by the republicans.

    And then they will be used in the 2016 presidential election in the same way.

    Remember what Biden said at the border about the so=called ‘kids’ and all the other illegals. He said “I feel as though they are already American citizens”.

    The lawlessness is blatant.

    There are in fact some ‘kids’ who are not as the pictures of the tatooed gangbangers above, but they are transported to their illegal relatives who claim themselves as parents. Then Obama’s policy refuses to endorse these ‘parents’ and so the millions and millions of illegals that are here are ‘shielded’ by children that Obama has caused to be brought to America. And these millions and millions will be ‘coached’ on how to become registered to vote.


    07/28/2014 1:45:44 PM PDT · 34 of 114
    Hostage to Baynative

    I disagree with your high assessment of Medved’s knowledge of history. Anyone can google up a little background on anything and pick what fits their preconceived schtick.

    Years ago Medved ranted on and on about the impossibility of deporting millions and millions of illegal aliens. His so-called impeccable history left out the important piece with how Ike Eisenhower dealt with illegals in sending millions of them back to Mexico and beyond.

    Medved is shrill and bloviating, impolite and obnoxious. He talks down to people that don’t agree with him and he barely allows a word in edgewise from an opposing POV. And I don’t think he’s that smart or good at debating.

    Conservatives can do better, much better with someone other than Medved, say like Mark Levin.


    07/28/2014 1:24:21 PM PDT · 2 of 114
    Hostage to Baynative

    I can’t stand listening to Medved. I wouldn’t mind hearing Sarah read him the riot act. Keep us posted please.


    07/26/2014 7:17:15 PM PDT · 64 of 110
    Hostage to Eleutheria5

    This is actually a good idea. I wonder if Perry’s lawyers have thought of this.


    07/26/2014 1:15:35 PM PDT · 44 of 110
    Hostage to Graewoulf; Jane Long

    Boehner is compromised.

  • McConnell Submits Bill to Keep Harry Reid from Exploiting Israel's Iron Dome

    07/26/2014 6:58:44 AM PDT · 7 of 14
    Hostage to shuck and yall

    How does this make McConnell look conservative? He is just bowing to the Pro-Israel Lobby which he should. He still backs amnesty at the behest of the COC.

    This action is not even a pinprick to Obama’s lawlessness.

    If McConnell were a true conservative leader, he would back Cruz on modifying or repealing DACA, he would fund the deportation of all children, teenagers and young adults back to their home countries, sanction Mexico and other Central American countries that arranged and assisted in violating the USA’s borders, support impeachment preparations in in the House should Obama legalize millions of illegals by executive fiat and much more.

    But he won’t because he is not a conservative. McConnell is a hack and he is a dangerous one. It was he that directed a lot of the funds that were used in race-baiting ads in Mississippi to defeat the popular anti-amnesty conservative.

  • No, Ann Coulter, It's Not About Blacks Voting In The MS GOP Run-Off

    07/25/2014 9:18:39 PM PDT · 35 of 40
    Hostage to wintertime; Jane Austen; peekaboo; duffee; logitech

    For those of you who think that conservatives are too harsh on Madame La Coulter and who think she has the best intentions for our United States, you have quite a supporter in the following:

  • Gruber vs. Gruber

    07/25/2014 8:03:14 PM PDT · 8 of 13
    Hostage to Still Thinking

    Actually post #7 explains why the Obama socialist left tried to coerce states. It was because the courts have always shot down federal government attempts to ‘commandeer’ state budgets or items that affect state budgets.

  • Gruber vs. Gruber

    07/25/2014 8:00:40 PM PDT · 7 of 13
    Hostage to SteveH

    Barone nails the reason dems had it written as it was written, here:

    And it was no drafting error.

  • Obama Democrats Lose Their Big Bet on Health Exchanges

    07/25/2014 9:45:56 AM PDT · 18 of 37
    Hostage to MNnice

    Yes, it is a brilliant piece by Barone. He’s fallen off in his election predictions in recent years likely because his data gathering is antiquated. But he’s always had the talented deep insight at describing and explaining complex law and politics in succinct summaries that readers can grab onto.

  • Hamas' Massive Network Of Underground Tunnels Is A Military Game-Changer

    07/25/2014 7:24:19 AM PDT · 20 of 21
    Hostage to circlecity

    The article writes of booby traps or bombs that are set off from a remote distance. I’m not sure a gas fire explosion would take that out.

  • Why has the IDF lost 32 soldiers in the Gaza ground offensive?

    07/25/2014 5:47:27 AM PDT · 25 of 49
    Hostage to riverrunner

    You miss the point. If is not the ‘loss of life’ that is the principle, it is the ‘miinimization of loss of life’ that is principle.

    “MacArthur thought the purpose of war was to win with minimal casualties.”

    “No bastard ever won a war by dying for his country. You won it by making the other poor dumb bastard die for his country” — General George S. Patton

  • Hamas' Massive Network Of Underground Tunnels Is A Military Game-Changer

    07/25/2014 5:35:27 AM PDT · 13 of 21
    Hostage to circlecity

    How is that going to destroy a concrete tunnel?

  • Why has the IDF lost 32 soldiers in the Gaza ground offensive?

    07/25/2014 5:21:37 AM PDT · 19 of 49
    Hostage to riverrunner

    > “...liberals have push this no casualties idea to weaken us not make us stronger”

    It has nothing to do with liberals.

    The documented statements, opinions and lectures of General MacArthur, General Patton and many other brilliant military strategists are in disagreement with you.

  • Supreme Court may not protect Obamacare this time

    07/25/2014 5:17:15 AM PDT · 11 of 36
    Hostage to Pollster1

    > “Roberts and any of the other nine who have any integrity at all are morally obligated to rule in accordance with the law and with the Constitution.”

    Roberts is compromised.

    Some speculate the adoption of his children were at risk when he wrote his 2012 opinion. Whatever the reason, Obama has shown he is willing to cross whatever line of lawlessness is necessary to effect his ends. Roberts is no hero, and like most people will bend down to the those that hold the most power over others.

    It is also informative to know that Obama’s lawyers used exactly the playbook of FDR in regards to Social Security. At first Social Security was not a tax but a voluntary old age pensioner’s contribution plan. It wasn’t until later when FDR’s New Deal programs were being shot down in court that he had his lawyers argue that Social Security was a tax and therefore authorized under the 16th Amendment.

    One should also know that government run healthcare was also in the works under FDR but was ‘shelved’ until later. So it was in planning for more than 70 years.

    If Roberts had written against Obamacare, he could have necessarily set off a challenge to Social Security. He may have been smart enough to write his opinion so that Social Security was not approachable for repeal but he didn’t. And many think he and his staff were smart enough and capable to write such an opinion.

    Whether Roberts is still compromised is a question. I suspect Obama is so lawless now that nothing will stop him from preserving his ‘signature’ legislation. I believe even now Obama’s operatives are focused on Roberts and other SCOTUS members and staff to see where the leverage is.

  • Why has the IDF lost 32 soldiers in the Gaza ground offensive?

    07/25/2014 4:05:03 AM PDT · 12 of 49
    Hostage to sr4402; riverrunner

    The size in numbers of the IDF is much smaller than the size of US military forces. The 32 dead would be similar to the USA losing between 500 and 700.

    So it’s a big deal.

    The IDF strives to minimize caualties and deaths and in this conflict they are needing to operate on terms of the enemy by entering buildings where the enemy has the element of surprise.

    We can suppose they could consider doing things differently. They could clear a town within a certain radius before entering buildings so that the enemy could not see them entering buildings. And they could use robots to enter buildings.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 4:53:31 PM PDT · 23 of 25
    Hostage to Kennard

    In the context of vote fraud, a registered voter who stays home or votes absentee can be ‘voted’ at a precinct station without their knowledge.

    In such case a conspiracy to stuff the ballot box ensues and the tally sheets need to reflect the appearance of the voter at the voting station. So marks need to be made on the poll sheets.

    One of the findings of the McDaniel election canvassing effort was that in many many counties there were many more ballots cast than there were registered votes. This indicates stuffing the ballot box. So this presents the opportunity for the criminal fraudsters to go and alter the tally sheets.

    The other argument that the criminal fraudsters will use in this context is that not everyone who shows at the voting station appears in the poll book of registered voters. In these cases the voter is given an affidavit form to fill out and is given a provisional ballot. These provisional ballots are to be held back until the status of the voter is sorted out. But those that stuff ballot boxes will dump fraudulent provisional ballots into the mix thereby losing traceability and diluting the votes of true voters.

    But in any case the affidavits associated with provisional ballots should be subject to review and that along with questions centered around absentee ballots are at issue.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 4:31:44 PM PDT · 20 of 25
    Hostage to Kennard

    See #19 for a link to the 2nd refiled lawsuit in the Southern District wherein the petition was amended and modified from the 1st. Many affidavits were submitted that witnessed fraud during and after the election.

    I believe the Judge in addressing fraud was attempting to narrow the scope from a decision regarding fraud to one of access.

    But I am afraid that access and fraud are intertwined in this case. Access to redacted copies of records would assure the fraud committed would go on undetected because the usage of white-out does not show up on copies. So there is no way to know if copies reflect the faithful image of the original.

    We will see how astute the judge in this case is.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 4:23:44 PM PDT · 19 of 25
    Hostage to Kennard

    Just so others reading the thread can see for themselves quickly, the TTV federal lawsuit is asking among other things in their petition on page 12:

    (b) Require Defendants to immediately make available to any requesting party for copying and/or inspection voter records without redaction of birthdates;

  • Boehner indicates no room for Ted Cruz border plan in House bill

    07/24/2014 3:58:10 PM PDT · 5 of 30
    Hostage to SoConPubbie

    Boehner is compromised. So this is no news.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 3:56:20 PM PDT · 14 of 25
    Hostage to Kennard

    dob is a side issue.

    Perhaps the more important issue is access to the originals, not copies.

    Affidavits have been filed with the TTV federal lawsuit that swear witness to the alteration of poll books using sharpee markers and white-out on information not related to the voter’s private information; in other words post-election fraud.

    Usage of white-out would not be discernible on ‘copies’.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 3:21:41 PM PDT · 10 of 25
    Hostage to Kennard

    > “TTV is asking for record preservation, not ballot material access, in Federal Court.”

    No, you’re wrong on this one. Find the TTV TRO complaint on the web (it’s easy) and look at the draft order. It asks that access be required for all election materials.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 3:18:31 PM PDT · 9 of 25
    Hostage to SeekAndFind

    The case hinges on access to a precinct’s ‘poll books’ that show a list of voters registered in the precinct. The ‘poll books’ are used by registered precinct volunteers to check the eligibility of each voter that comes from the line at the voting station. For each voter in line at the voting station, a precinct volunteer will place a mark by the voter’s name on the ‘poll book’ to show the voter appeared and voted. Therefore, the ‘poll books’ become the election’s ‘tally sheets’.

    Note importantly that MS state election law says that all ‘Ballot Box’ materials are to be made available to the McDaniel campaign for a review.

    But how are the materials defined in the ‘Ballot Box’? What are they? Well, certainly tally sheets are defined as Ballot Box materials. But the term ‘Poll Book’ does not appear in the definition. But precinct workers know for sure that the tally sheet is simply the marked up poll book.

    There are 82 counties in MS. 60 of those counties provided access to the ‘poll books’ or tally sheets for the McDaniel campaign to review and they posted a deputy to monitor the reviewers so that nothing can be said to taint the review process. 60 out of 82 counties knew that the McDaniel campaign was completely with their rights to request an inspection of their poll books!

    Furthermore, McDaniel’s lawyers had to file petitions for Writs of Mandamus on 19 counties controlled by the Cochran-Barbour gang in order to get access to their poll books which comprised the tally sheets. And 4 of the hearings on the Writs were won by the McDaniel lawyers. So they decided to cut it short and go to the MS Supreme Cronies of Cochran Court and get all the other 15 counties to provide access with one fell swoop. But the MS Supreme Court decided to play games with words and definitions.

    To give an example that illustrates the absurdity of the MS Supreme Court decision, consider the following:

    A man has a fiancee who happens to be Native American and he wants to marry her. So he applies to the state courthouse for a marriage license. The name of his fiancee happens to be ‘Horse’. The state clerk asks the man who are you going to be marrying? And the man replies ‘Horse’. The clerk then denies the license writing the reason is that a person is not allowed to marry a horse. The man says “look she’s not a Horse (poll book), she’s human (tally sheet)” and the court again says the matter is concluded and that the state asserts that people are not allowed to marry their horses.

    So now the case opened today in federal court under True The Vote (TTV) and a whole lot of Mississippi voters as plaintiffs. Hopefully the federal judge will grant access to the ‘poll books’ so that the election review can be completed and a stop can be put to the nonsense coming from the Cochran-Barbour gang.

  • ‘The Evidence Is Still Coming in’: Chris McDaniel Seeking Poll Book Access in Mississippi

    07/24/2014 2:53:24 PM PDT · 2 of 25
    Hostage to SeekAndFind

    The MS Supreme Court just a few hours ago denied the Motion for Reconsideration. For anyone following the case closely, the MS Supreme Court is clearly in error here but chooses to follow the Cochran-Barbour gang of which they owe their positions and future livelihood.

    Unfettered access to ballot materials by the McDaniel campaign now hinges on the TTV lawsuit in federal court which started its hearing today and hopefully will conclude with a decision soon.

  • Arguments set in US lawsuit over Miss. voter rolls (McDaniel-Cochran Runoff)

    07/24/2014 1:12:52 PM PDT · 32 of 34
    Hostage to All

    McDaniel’s Motion for Reconsideration before the MS Supreme Court has just been denied which is not surprising.

    Now access to the poll books/tally sheets rests on the decision in federal court that should be forthcoming soon.

  • Arguments set in US lawsuit over Miss. voter rolls (McDaniel-Cochran Runoff)

    07/24/2014 12:43:58 PM PDT · 30 of 34
    Hostage to Political Junkie Too

    MCdaniel’s lawyers filed petitions for Writs of Mandamus in 19 counties. They won in 4 counties and then took Harrison county to the MS Supreme Court so they could apply the clear argument to all the rest of the counties without appearing in each county for a hearing. However, the MS Supreme Court ruled the poll books are not defined as part of the ballot box materials. This was an error.

    A Motion of Reconsideration has been filed in MS Supreme Court arguing that poll books are not simply printouts of voter registrations broken down by precinct level. The poll books are kept at a table by registered volunteers to check voter eligibility when they come from the line at precinct voting stations. Then a mark is made in the poll book next to the voter’s names to indicate the voter appeared and voted. The poll books become tally sheets for the election and tally sheets are defined as part of the materials of the ballot box. Tally sheets are in fact part of the ballot box materials and therefore McDaniel has all rights to review the poll book/tally sheets.

    Where the MS Supreme Court erred is in not understanding that poll books are used to keep a tally of voters and therefore are the election’s tally sheets. When the definition of ballot box materials (which lists tally sheets as part) failed to list the term ‘poll books’ as part, the MS Supreme Court ruled that poll books were not part of the ballot box materials as defined in MS State law and were therefore subject to the MS Public Records Disclosure Act.

  • Arguments set in US lawsuit over Miss. voter rolls (McDaniel-Cochran Runoff)

    07/24/2014 12:29:26 PM PDT · 29 of 34
    Hostage to Lurking Libertarian; Political Junkie Too

    What you say is untrue and you know it.

    He is not allowed access to the poll books which were present at each precinct and were in fact used as tally sheets to record whether a voter voted or not. Tally sheets are considered part of the ballot box materials. A motion for reconsideration is now before the MS Supreme Court to emphasize that in fact the poll books were used as tally sheets.

    The poll books are kept during the election by volunteers who come from each party. McDaniel and his officially designated supporters are able to view all and any of the precinct poll books during the election but now that the election is concluded, the MS Secretary of State who is a Barbour stooge has prevented the McDaniel campaign from reviewing the very poll books for which they had all rights to monitor during the election. 60 counties in MS have granted McDaniel access to the poll books/tally sheets without any restriction and that fact of itself points to a deception on the part of Hosemann.

    McDaniel is not allowed access because the poll book/tally sheets are being withheld in 19 counties that are controlled by the Cochran camp. They are charging McDaniel a dollar per page for ‘access’. At an average 14,000 pages per precinct multiplied by 19 counties, the Cochran camp is requiring a payment of at least $266,000 for ‘access’ to ‘copies’. That’s not access, that’s a barrier to access.

    Put all the above together with the affidavits from TTV of alteration of original poll books using sharpee pens and white out on information that is not associated with voter privacy, which would not show up on ‘copies’, and it is obvious the vote fraud is assured if McDaniel accedes to the contrivances of the Cochran people.

  • Walking Republican Moonbat – Ann Coulter Pontificates The Most Ridiculous Argument

    07/24/2014 7:14:18 AM PDT · 3 of 20
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    >”...sporadically useful, but generally inconsistent, establishment GOP talking head”

    Good and polite description for Maher’s sperm receptacle. More congenial than the Irish beast that roars inside this conservative.

    Madame Coulter jumped the shark a long time back. She and her paying customers have failed to address the disgusting race baiting that Haley Barbour and his gang including a not-small number of GOP US Senators and Monsieur Bloomberg poured large sums of voter’s money into, without these voters knowledge and with the understanding from these voters that their money would be used for other purposes.

  • Sarah Palin Endorses Joe Carr for Senate Against Lamar Alexander

    07/23/2014 5:17:29 PM PDT · 19 of 35
    Hostage to deport

    It has a mistake. The writer meant to write that Laura was in TN campaigning for Carr.