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  • Time Warner Cable to televise final six Dodgers games on local TV

    09/15/2014 1:03:46 PM PDT · 12 of 14
    justiceseeker93 to oh8eleven
    Beat L.A.?

    You didn't do such a good job when you had a golden opportunity this past weekend.

    The only reason you are this close is because you have a manager (and general manager) who are considerably brighter than their Dodgers counterparts.

  • Time Warner Cable to televise final six Dodgers games on local TV

    09/15/2014 12:57:14 PM PDT · 11 of 14
    justiceseeker93 to EveningStar; okie01; BluesDuke; All
    The Dodgers are locked in a tight race to clinch the National League West Division title.

    On of the reasons for the unnecessarily tight race with the Giants is the subpar IQ of the Dodgers' manager, "Yankee" Mattingly. If it had not been for Mattingly's propensity to almost deliberately dump a bunch of extra-inning and other tight games, the Dodgers would have run away with this thing by now, as they did last year.

    (If not for Kershaw's exceptionally brilliant pitching, Mattingly would have almost lost this race by default.)

    Which raises the issue no one wants to mention: Is Mattingly getting a little under-the-table bonus for keeping the race close so that this new TV deal is worthwhile? And do the Dodgers with Mattingly have the intention of losing just enough games so that the race will go down to the final day to justify the TV deal?

  • Republicans Expand Edge as Better Party Against Terrorism [Gallup]

    09/12/2014 3:41:21 PM PDT · 5 of 11
    justiceseeker93 to Impy; InterceptPoint; fieldmarshaldj; Just A Nobody; smoothsailing; GOPJ; LS; EGH; Ohioan; ...

    This Gallup poll is also discussed on

  • Republicans Expand Edge as Better Party Against Terrorism [Gallup]

    09/12/2014 3:13:06 PM PDT · 1 of 11
    Poll also reports significant GOP lead over Dems as party more likely to improve economy.

    Even Gallup admits that, judging from results on the economy question in previous off-year congressional elections, the GOP seems to be in good shape for November. But their table only correlates with House election results, with no mention of the Senate.

  • Dmocrat Leader Calls Republicans Bigots and Illegal Immigrants "the Backbone of our Economy"

    08/23/2014 11:50:16 AM PDT · 35 of 51
    justiceseeker93 to lbryce; Ouchthatonehurt; MinuteGal; bgill; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Yaelle; SunkenCiv; madison10; ...
    Wasserman Shultz has been making a jackass of herself (pun intended) ever since she's been elevated to the national stage by her appointment as DNC chair by Obama. (BTW, how is it possible to be a congresscritter and a national party chair at the same time? You would think that each is more than a full-time job.)

    This kind of rhetoric on her part is certainly no surprise. Contrary to Wasserman-Schultz, these illegal kids who cross the border would not face almost certain death if the were returned to their native countries. It's NOT as if they were Jewish kids going back to Nazi Germany or Cuban kids going back to Castro's Cuba. Of course, Wasserman Schultz would never touch those comparisons with a ten foot pole, because previous DEMOCRAT administrations caused those despicable events in the past. Yet Wasserman Schultz plays that phony bleeding heart card with respect the current invaders.

    Illegal immigrants forming "the backbone of our economy"? Well, maybe that explains why our economy is doing so poorly. Instead of attracting and mollycoddling the least educated and most poorly skilled immigrants, we should be shifting the focus to more highly trained and skilled LEGAL immigrants!

  • Rick Perry And The Democrats’ Pattern Of “Lawfare” Against Rising Republicans

    08/17/2014 8:25:33 PM PDT · 20 of 23
    justiceseeker93 to Hojczyk; FlingWingFlyer; ClearCase_guy; Liz; LottieDah; SunkenCiv; MichCapCon; Ladysforest; ...
    This pattern of "lawfare" by 'Rats against political opponents is nothing new. It's been going on as far back as the Franklin D. Roosevelt administration (victims included Philadelphia Inquirer publisher Moses Annenberg and former Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon) , and probably long before that as well. The target need not be a high political officeholder or office seeker. (e.g., Linda Tripp), nor is criminal indictment and prosecution the only method used; sometimes it is executive branch action against the opposition (e.g., current IRS scandal) or fixing the outcome of a civil case against the enemy, And it can occur at federal, state, county, or local levels, all around the country, sometimes more than one level involved at the same time.

    So while all these tactics are odious, they are not a modern-day phenomenon, contrary to what the author of the posted article seems to be saying. The only cure for these quasi-legal atrocities is telling the truth and exposing the tyrants for what they are.

  • Emmitt, Trayvon, Rodney, Raymond, and now Michael

    08/17/2014 11:11:12 AM PDT · 45 of 47
    justiceseeker93 to miss marmelstein; All
    There's no comparison to Emmitt Till and the recent urban killings of these various thugs by cops.

    Did you notice that this Rabbi Ben Kamin brings up Emmitt Till and then in the same sentence goes to Trayvon Martin, mentioning the latter only with a snarky, parenthetical "as if we don't know the real story here"? Well, I'm sure that Kamin doesn't really know the real story in the Trayvon Martin incident, but he should at least know that Martin wasn't killed by a white cop. George Zimmerman was neither "white" (he didn't fit the left's definition of "white") nor a cop!

  • Emmitt, Trayvon, Rodney, Raymond, and now Michael

    08/17/2014 9:36:36 AM PDT · 44 of 47
    justiceseeker93 to MeshugeMikey
    ahah Rabbis For Obama

    It's no joke. There really was such a group, mostly Reform, in both 2008 and 2012.

  • Emmitt, Trayvon, Rodney, Raymond, and now Michael

    08/16/2014 5:28:11 PM PDT · 30 of 47
    justiceseeker93 to 2ndDivisionVet; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Yaelle; GladesGuru; GOPsterinMA; Marie; sf4dubya; Nachum; ...
    From the odious gang-murder of 14 year-old Emmitt Till in 1955 (he smiled at a white woman) to the shooting of Trayvon Martin (as if we don’t know the real story here) to a million unknown victims of this American slaughter, the life of a black male has never really amounted to much. We white folks fear black men so we acquiesce to a cycle that is infinitely more gruesome than the worst notions of them that we have carried.

    As usual with a discombobulated liberal venting his pet grievances, there's more than a bit of stretching the historical truth here and mixing apples and oranges. The death of Emmitt Till was clearly motivated by the overt racism of the Jim Crow South. (IIRC, it was not done by police, but I wouldn't be surprised if the police just stood by and let Till's attackers kill him, which was unfortunately not uncommon in that time and place.)

    To claim, though, that the Emmitt Till murder ushered in an endless sequence of white police killing young black men occurrences lasting to the present, and to exaggerate the number of such events as in the millions, reveals the author's ignorance. So does conflating several other incidents he mentions with Emmitt Till. The fact is that, in general, interracial relations in the United States have improved dramatically since the Emmitt Till event with fewer and fewer violent confrontations with the passage of time.

    And note this bleeding heart's not so subtle confession to being a racist, or what he would describe as "racist" if a "right-winger" had said it: "We white folks fear black men so much..."

    I wouldn't be surprised if this Rabbi Ben Kamin was prominent in "Rabbis for Obama."

  • Clashes over immigration shape Alaska GOP Senate primary debate

    08/11/2014 2:50:00 PM PDT · 8 of 13
    justiceseeker93 to Vigilanteman; GlockThe Vote; The Mayor; Political Junkie Too; fieldmarshaldj; Impy; ...
    Too many people vote with feeeeeeeeeeeeelings, even in red states.

    I'm not 100% sure on this, but Alaska probably has fewer votes on "feeeeeeeeeeeeelings," percentagewise, than any other state in the Union because it has the lowest % of females in its population.

    In other words, the "feeeeeeeeeeeelings" vote is largely a feminine thing, and the "feeeeeeeeeeeeeeelings" vote largely explains the gender gap.

  • (NY Mayor) De Blasio’s Prekindergarten Expansion Collides With Church-State Divide

    08/07/2014 4:11:50 PM PDT · 14 of 23
    justiceseeker93 to NYer; miss marmelstein; bamahead; theothercheek; EinNYC; nycteacher; NYC Republican; Nachum; ...
    De Blasio’s Prekindergarten Expansion Collides With Church-State Divide

    In this case the idea was to tax the "rich" more so that every kid can have access to pre-K, as Comrade DeBlasio constantly reiterated during his campaign last year. And like most leftist programs, it is riddled with consequences that its proponents didn't have the foresight to predict. Here we have the delicious irony of a new leftist concept running afoul of a standard leftist precept (the unshakable barrier between church and state) in its "infancy."

    Aside from the inevitable church-state issues, attending pre-K has not been statistically shown to have a positive impact on a child's long-term academic success. But the left doesn't have any aversion to pushing pre-K for that reason. Rather it staunchly pushes the idea because it enables them to start the statist indoctrination process on kids' minds at a younger age.

  • No home for Israel inside the Democratic Party

    07/31/2014 6:52:03 PM PDT · 26 of 40
    justiceseeker93 to SkyPilot; Kaslin; SeekAndFind; miss marmelstein; left that other site; Yaelle; Sarah Barracuda; ...
    During their 2012 Convention, the Democrats voted out God and Israel. People can play the YouTube video themselves. The voice vote was clear.

    What happened was that the 'Rat platform, it was noticed, was presented to the convention (1)without mention of G-d and (2)without the statement of recognition of Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel. This would have been the first 'Rat platform in recent history with those omissions. So the Obama WH got a little worried and ordered the Convention to amend the platform to correct the language.

    With respect to the insertion of a "Jerusalem is the undivided capital of Israel" statement then, Los Angeles mayor Villagarosa, presiding over the convention, didn't trust the delegates to do that via a regular head count vote. Rather than be embarrassed by such a vote ending up in a rejection of the "Jerusalem is the undivided capital of Israel" statement in the platform, Villagarosa opted for a voice vote. Listening in, it would seem that the "nays" were in the majority on three occasions. Nonetheless, Villagarosa arbitrarily declared that the Jerusalem statement received a majority of the voice vote and stuck it officially in the platform, albeit reluctantly.

    Given that history, it's no surprise that the Pew polling results of Americans on support for Israel in the current conflict show such a gap between members of the two parties.

  • Bengal tiger discovered locked up in abandoned house in Mexico

    07/25/2014 7:26:27 PM PDT · 35 of 47
    justiceseeker93 to Sacajaweau; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Sun; Eleutheria5; Yaelle; Sarah; Sarah Barracuda; Jewbacca; ...
    He wants to immigrate.

    Heard he can get meat in USA, have his teeth checked and have an Americano clean up his poo poo everyday.

    And provide him a breeding partner through Planned parenthood.

    Some of the funniest lines I've ever seen on FR!!!

  • Indian PM says India won’t take sides as Gaza toll rises to 518

    07/21/2014 12:07:40 PM PDT · 7 of 15
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Kaslin; Jewbacca; MarkL; ncfool; dalight; Eleutheria5; ...
    I thought that India was supposed to be an ally of Israel, what with those joint technology projects, etc. Plus India India should know how it feels to be a target of Islamic terrorism.

    Shame on India for its "not taking sides" re the war in Gaza.

  • Elizabeth Warren Supporters Launch ‘Ready for Warren’

    07/16/2014 11:35:12 AM PDT · 56 of 61
    justiceseeker93 to Dilbert San Diego; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; nolongerademocrat; no dems; neverdem; GOPJ; patriot08; ...
    Frankly, some liberals don’t think the Clintons are liberal enough for them.

    There's little difference in policy and ideology between the two "families" battling for control of the Democratic Party come 2016. It's simply the Obmatons vs. the Clintonistas, with Warren now stepping in to represent the Obama faction vs. HRC in the looming battle for the nomination. It's just a conflict of power and ego between Zero and WJC via the two female surrogates, Warren and HRC.

  • The movie 'America: Imagine the World Without Her' is a loser (Letter to Editor)

    07/15/2014 5:53:09 PM PDT · 38 of 65
    justiceseeker93 to rightwingintelligentsia; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Eleutheria5; left that other site; freekitty; ...
    It's pretty obvious that the writer of this op-ed is a leftist, perhaps even writing this piece on suggestion from some Democrat or Obama organization.

    The film is very worthwhile for any American who cares about the nation's core values and history, and who is concerned about the threats to its continuity imposed by the current regime in Washington. It rebuts the standard leftist misinterpretations of American history, which readily explains why this op-ed writer is so teed off.

    There are interesting techniques used to get the messages across, including re-enactments of historical events, with actors doing good jobs in portraying important historic figures, both heroes and villains. There are interviews with currently prominent individuals, both right and left, with Dinesh D'Souza himself doing some of them, plus archived film footage of some major leftists of the recent past.

    When I saw it last week, there were only cheers from the audience when the film ended, and absolutely no booing nor heckling nor other open signs of discontent, although I'd have to admit that the crowd was kind of sparse on a weekday afternoon.

    To all FReepers and other friends: please make it a point to see "America" if you haven't already done so. You won't be disappointed. (Full disclosure: I have no financial interest in the film.)

  • Germany defeats Argentina 1-0 to win the World Cup

    07/13/2014 6:47:28 PM PDT · 193 of 309
    justiceseeker93 to SilvieWaldorfMD; Kaslin; okie01; ml/nj; doug from upland; dfwgator; xzins; NormsRevenge; ...
    It was a great World Cup. I watched every game from Day One.

    Can’t wait for 2018!

    I'd bet you didn't grow up in the United States. From an American sports fan's perspective, the game of soccer is generally kind of boring but it could be made more offensive by changing some rules that hinder scoring chances. And all that flopping of players only adds to the dead time.

    Then, too, the world championship today would have been determined by penalty kicks if Germany had not luckily put in a goal (that counted) right near the end. To break a tie game of ultimate importance by penalty kicks would be absurd. It's the equivalent of breaking a tie in basketball with by a free throw shooting contest.

    Of course, the US's relatively early elimination from the tournament detracted from interest here in the later stages of the World Cup.

  • Gaza doctors' hearts break as health care collapses under Israeli attack

    07/13/2014 8:39:18 AM PDT · 90 of 96
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv; All
    All Gaza has to do in order to live in peace is to stop making war.

    I would say that if Gaza decided to stop making war and concentrated on building up a peaceful economy, it has the warm climate and location on the Mediterranean to be a great tourist area. Of course, being Palestinians, they never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity.

  • Republican Congressman Files For Lois Lerner’s Arrest

    07/11/2014 8:24:28 PM PDT · 66 of 80
    justiceseeker93 to Raycpa; All
    Bad precedent.

    It's not something new. Persons charged with contempt of Congress have been arrested on order of Congress in the past!

  • Republican Congressman Files For Lois Lerner’s Arrest

    07/11/2014 5:55:36 PM PDT · 60 of 80
    justiceseeker93 to Raycpa
    Congress should refrain from excercizing power over private citizens when its true gripe is with a federal official who refuses to comply with duty to enforce current laws.

    Merely resigning from a previous federal position, in which while serving one committed a crime, does not insulate a person from prosecution for that crime. And if that crime was specifically contempt of Congress, there is precedent for arrest of such person by the House sergeant at arms.

  • Republican Congressman Files For Lois Lerner’s Arrest

    07/11/2014 5:46:07 PM PDT · 59 of 80
    justiceseeker93 to MNnice; LucyT; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; GOPJ; smoothsailing; Just A Nobody; Ohioan; Spaulding; ...
    God, I can’t wait until next January and that testosterone-free Boehner is replaced.

    Assuming the Republicans retain the House majority, it's (regrettably) unlikely that Boehner will be replaced, unless there is some medical issue or unless he voluntarily resigns from the Speaker position under other circumstances.

  • How Hobby Lobby Undermines All Americans' Freedoms (They're flipping their lids)

    07/07/2014 1:59:18 PM PDT · 90 of 96
    justiceseeker93 to Nifster; GOPJ; smoothsailing; holdonnow; Sean Hannity; Impy; InterceptPoint; randita; ...
    And the Dictator on Chief continues to commit treason and congress does nothing.

    Yes, the first part of that is true, but on the House side they are at least stirring a bit lately with their committee hearings and investigations. Now you have Boehner belatedly coming up with a suit against the Dictator in Chief. Hope he's serious, and not just doing it for show, but I fear otherwise. Regardless, there is new GOP leadership needed in the House, and a new majority with new GOP leadership in the Senate in order to start to turn things around.

    Unfortunately, there is so much crime and scandal perpetrated by the Dictator in Chief and his administration that there are too many balls for the Republican lightweights in Congress to juggle at the same time.

  • How Hobby Lobby Undermines All Americans' Freedoms (They're flipping their lids)

    07/07/2014 12:35:11 PM PDT · 89 of 96
    justiceseeker93 to left that other site; All
    Insurance Companies change their formularies almost every year to define which medications they will or will not cover. Some will only cover generics on certain items, others define certain brands they WILL pay for and ones they will not. If a Physician insists on a particular medication that is not on the formulary, he can request an override. If the Insurance Company refuses the Override, the doctor can choose an alternate medication that IS covered, or the patient can opt to pay out of pocket for the non-covered medication.

    You're correct, but those niceties could be a thing of the past with Obamacare-compliant policies becoming mandatory for many employers and many individuals and families being dropped from coverage by their employers. With those new policies, I believe the drugs and devices covered will mandated by Big Brother, and I don't think there will be as much flexibility as we've become accustomed to. (Of course, they will also cost a lot more.)

    Let's not lose sight of the number one goal here: Repeal Obamacare ASAP!!!

  • In Maryland, Smoking Could Cost You Job

    07/06/2014 7:37:14 PM PDT · 59 of 85
    justiceseeker93 to Drango; rktman; cripplecreek; SunkenCiv; jsanders2001; Dilbert San Diego; Repeal The 17th; ...
    "It contributes to more of the health burden than any other habit," said Cathy Brady-Copertino, executive director of the medical center's Geaton and JoAnn DeCesaris Cancer Institute."

    Not too sure about that. Compare the health burden of tobacco smoking to that of male homosexuality, for example. Oh, no, they can't do that study, because it won't get the seal of approval of the political correctness censors.

  • How Hobby Lobby Undermines All Americans' Freedoms (They're flipping their lids)

    07/06/2014 6:58:16 PM PDT · 58 of 96
    justiceseeker93 to 2ndDivisionVet; Ray76; TribalPrincess2U; RitaOK; Sun; Sacajaweau; NYC GOP Chick; ml/nj; ...
    By ruling that corporations, on the grounds of the alleged religious views of their owners, can deny women access to some forms of contraception, the court set a horrible precedent that if followed will endanger the health and lives of many American women.

    This statement is just so typical of the doomsday propaganda that airheads on the left are spewing in reaction to the SCOTUS Hobby Lobby decision.

    The employer "can deny women access to some forms of contraception"? If some item or service is denied in an insurance policy, it only means that the insurance policy will not pay for it. I doesn't mean that these female employees are being "denied access" to these forms of contraception, because they can pay out of their own pockets (the price is very modest) or, if necessary, get the item and service they want from some other source, like Planned Parenthood.

    This whole idea that government or corporations have to pay for every product or service under the sun is insane. It's this entitlement and hand-out mentality that is a major factor in the growing decadence of American society.

  • Referee dies after being punched at soccer match

    07/02/2014 7:57:33 AM PDT · 30 of 41
    justiceseeker93 to artichokegrower; Blue Collar Christian; Islaminaction; Hot Tabasco; PGalt; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; ..
    The left's encouragement of soccer in the United States (as opposed to sports more rooted in the American culture), combined with massive recent immigration from countries where soccer is almost a religion and where violence associated with it is par for the course, has exposed the US to more of these incidents.

    Combine this with the high level of violence associated with Arab/Islamic culture, which is geographically most prominent in metro Detroit, plus an player from an Arab background and an American-born referee, and you have a sociological milieu in this case that is most conducive to this kind of crime. In other words, a "perfect storm."

    Sad to say, this is merely almost an expected result of the sociological factors at play in this case.

  • Terri Lynn Land campaigns with McCain

    06/30/2014 9:19:17 PM PDT · 16 of 19
    justiceseeker93 to ObamahatesPACoal; SunkenCiv; cripplecreek; madison10; sergeantdave; jenk; MichCapCon; ...
    Land seems to be a nice lady but she's showing her true RINO colors by hanging out with McCain. But it seems like there are quite a number of RINOs in Michigan, as Romney's winning the GOP primary there in 2012 shows. So this McCain thing might not particularly hurt her chances in the general election, especially since we're still four months away.

    Of course, a RINO is still better than a 'Rat in the Senate elections this year. The first objective is to get the semi-senile Harry Reid out of the majority leadership, and that can only be done by electing Republicans to current 'rat seats, of which Michigan is a big one.

  • Allegations of Voter Fraud in MN DFL Primary

    06/29/2014 7:26:35 PM PDT · 13 of 20
    justiceseeker93 to SunkenCiv; MplsSteve; GreatOne; MNnice; jjotto; iowamark; ml/nj; ExTexasRedhead; Marcella; ...
    Own petard ping.

    That's an accurate and precise way of putting it. Remember all the 'Rat fraud in Minnesota in the Franken-Coleman Senate race.

    Early voting starting six weeks before the election? How convenient for the fraudsters! As I've posted several times and will do so again: the more early voting you have, the longer the polls remain open, the more opportunity there is for election fraud and other types of cheating. Don't think you have to be a rocket scientist to understand that basic principle. Let's work to cut down or completely eliminate early voting whenever and wherever it exists!

    Yes, I picked up on that name Mohamed Noor. There could well be some link between that ethnicity and what may be going on there. After all, how many Islamic democracies have there been throughout history? There seems to be an almost complete disconnect between Islamic societies and free and fair elections (with perhaps very few exceptions).

  • Sneak Peek: Former Domestic Terrorist Bill Ayers Tells Megyn Kelly the One Question (VIDEO)

    06/27/2014 7:04:11 PM PDT · 45 of 54
    justiceseeker93 to cripplecreek
    You missed the most important part about how Ayers went on to educate our educators.

    Knew about that for many years. It's a lousy "side effect" of the injustice system's failure to deal justly with this career criminal.

  • Sneak Peek: Former Domestic Terrorist Bill Ayers Tells Megyn Kelly the One Question (VIDEO)

    06/27/2014 6:11:11 PM PDT · 43 of 54
    justiceseeker93 to okie01; All
    Which is to say, he's on the other end of Valerie Jarrett's I-phone.

    Wouldn't doubt it. Remember also that Zero had his first political fundraiser as IL state senate candidate at Ayers' place in Chicago!

  • Update From Mississippi [TPX]

    06/27/2014 6:07:54 PM PDT · 31 of 68
    justiceseeker93 to LucyT; Syncro; Impy; InterceptPoint; fieldmarshaldj; RitaOK; Marcella; patriot08; ml/nj; ...

    I suppose the 'Rat poll worker did as told.

    We've had our fill of election fraud all around the country! The only way to clean it up is to have the perps busted, and if found guilty, given meaningful prison sentences - whatever party the fraudsters are affiliated with!

  • Sneak Peek: Former Domestic Terrorist Bill Ayers Tells Megyn Kelly the One Question (VIDEO)

    06/27/2014 5:42:29 PM PDT · 39 of 54
    justiceseeker93 to PoloSec; LucyT; null and void; bgill; Hotlanta Mike; Polarik; Seizethecarp; GregNH; ...
    Ayers' life story reveals the serious weakness of the American criminal justice system. Despite a long history of planning and participating in violence, resulting in homicides, assaults, and property damage, he has never served any significant jail time, to the best of my knowledge.

    His skill in "ripping off identities of dead babies" may have played an important role in producing a forged Hawaii birth certificate for his buddy, Barack Obama.

    And, of course, he is also widely believed to be the ghostwriter of the phony Obama autobiography "Dreams from My Father."

  • Obama to Visit Minnesota to Visit Ordinary Folk. Time for Golf! Help find a course.

    06/25/2014 8:45:36 PM PDT · 13 of 19
    justiceseeker93 to Nachum; MplsSteve; GreatOne; MagUSNRET; SunkenCiv; MNnice; DManA; Afterguard; bgill; ml/nj; ...
    He's going to Minnesota because he senses that Franken may be in trouble in his re-election bid, not because it's the golfing capital of the world.

    "Minn-is-so-cold"? Not at this time of year. I'm nowhere nearby, but I'll guarantee he won't need any heavy clothing.

  • Tea Party’s hot mess: Inside a noisy, disenchanted movement (buckle up for this)

    06/25/2014 3:35:06 PM PDT · 35 of 41
    justiceseeker93 to Cincinatus' Wife; holdonnow; Sean Hannity; theothercheek; Texas Fossil; RitaOK; SunkenCiv; ...
    I've heard of this Christopher Parker before. He's a known leftist black professor whom Solon is interviewing merely to tar the Tea Party, which is essentially what Parker's work is all about. After all, Salon and Parker are ideological bedfellows.

    Comparing the Tea Party to the KKK and the Know Nothings of earlier eras is hardly accurate historical scholarship. Yet in the perverse minds of leftist ideologues, it's taken as such with no questions asked.

    The left (and its MSM lackeys) has an obsession with trying to marginalize and destroy the Tea Party that is way out of proportion to the Tea Party's strength and influence. But they know that Tea Party ideas and values more than Tea Party political power pose a barrier to their design of a complete transformation of the United States into a Soviet-like state. Kind of telling that in this interview with Parker, the word "Constitution" never comes up.

  • Tea Party’s hot mess: Inside a noisy, disenchanted movement (buckle up for this)

    06/25/2014 1:52:12 PM PDT · 30 of 41
    justiceseeker93 to E. Pluribus Unum; Political Junkie Too; Impy; InterceptPoint; smoothsailing; Just A Nobody; ...
    McDaniel is only five thousand votes out, and I guarantee you there were that many fraudulent votes from the black districts.

    Actually, from what I saw last night, almost 7,000 votes. Unfortunately, the idea to get black Democrats to vote in the GOP primary runoff, though it may be very sleazy, is not illegal, at least in most cases, because of the open primary law in Mississippi. As long as someone is registered to vote and didn't vote in the Democratic primary this year, he or she was eligible to vote in yesterday's runoff. Seems like the GOP establishment took full advantage of that loophole in the law.

    Even if Cochran should win the general election in November, it's very possible that he may not be able to serve out a six year term. That could open up another opportunity for McDaniel. Changing the state law to allow only Republicans to vote in Republican primaries (and run-offs) would be a helpful change for the future.

    If he fights this thing, he can win.

    Yes, we are justified in being teed off at the sleaziness of the Cochran operation, but as long as the black 'Rat voters yesterday were legally registered and did not vote in the 'rat primary this year, there's no ground to argue that fraud occurred.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/24/2014 3:07:51 PM PDT · 85 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to Impy
    The state Senate district on Staten Island to which you refer is a heavily Italian-American middle class district, maybe about 10% Jewish, with only a smattering of Orthodox and Russian Jews. (In other words, pretty much off the topic of this thread.)

    Didn't realize that Romney supposedly lost Staten Island as a whole because of the hurricane, which one would assume kept a lot of middle class homeowners from voting. Romney's popular vote on SI was an amazing 23% less than McCain's four years before. And his statewide vote was about a half million less than McCain's. Aside from the hurricane, Romney's failure to campaign in New York and in next-door NJ, and perhaps shenanigans in vote counting other Democrat cheating, contributed toward his losing the state by an incredible nearly 2 to 1 margin to an Obama candidacy which garnered about a half million votes in NY less than in '08 and several million votes less nationally than in '08.

    Weird. First time in American history that a president was re-elected nationally to a second term with a smaller popular vote than for his first term!

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/24/2014 12:10:36 PM PDT · 80 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to AuH2ORepublican
    Technically, Senator Simcha Felder remains a (conservative) Democrat, but he caucuses with Republicans in the Senate.

    If he does that, he's as phony as a $3 bill.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/24/2014 12:07:12 PM PDT · 78 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to Political Junkie Too; All
    Senate candidate Hillary Clinton got 1,359 votes out of 1,369 cast in New Square, NY, after Bill Clinton pardoned four Hassidic men who were convicted of fraud of over $30 million.

    Yes, definitely a quid pro quo. In a just world, the Clintons should have been convicted for exchanging pardons for votes. It's obvious that the Hasidim wouldn't have voted over 99% HRC if that dirty deal wasn't made.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/24/2014 12:00:41 PM PDT · 77 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to Stepan12
    >This is reminiscent of when the Ku Klux Klan during Reconstruction times would attack black people to terrorize them into voting for Democrats.

    The KKK wouldn't attack black people to terrorize them into voting Democrat, they'd attack them to keep them from voting at all.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/24/2014 9:31:06 AM PDT · 65 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to Kenny Bunk; firebrand; juliej; SeekAndFind; NYC Republican; NYC GOP Chick; Free ThinkerNY; ...
    As far as cultivating that 'potential' within orthodox communities goes, in the establishment Republican computer, the perceived effort may not justify the perceived results in any race they care about. The numbers are not that great.

    Just by the numbers, the Orthodox and Russian Jewish communities can account for several hundred thousand votes within the state. In a competitive statewide race (including presidential electors every four years), that could be the difference. Problem is that so many of these statewide races have not been competitive, primarily because the establishment GOP leadership has seemingly taken a "dive" on them.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/23/2014 6:11:38 PM PDT · 59 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to verga
    When Baraq Obastard announced his support of gay marriage black pastors across the country publically berated him and many went on national television saying that they could / would not support him in the upcoming election.

    He lost less than 1% of the black vote over that. I will believe it when I see it.

    Don't think of black voting trends in the same breath with orthodox Jewish and ultra-orthodox Jewish voting trends. Interests are quite different and there has been all too much tension between them in urban areas in the past several decades.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/23/2014 6:04:48 PM PDT · 58 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to Eric Pode of Croydon
    Many of those big Hasidic families are also heavy consumers of welfare, food stamps and Medicaid.

    Unfortunately, you are right. But there also is a larger than average degree of entrepreneurial spirit among the Chasidim. And if you meet a Hasid who is in favor of gay marriage, please let us know.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/23/2014 5:58:17 PM PDT · 57 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to Kenny Bunk; All
    Does anyone really expect a majority Republican vote from the very same people who practically invented European Socialism?

    It wasn't Orthodox (for the most part) or Hasidic Jews that were involved with European socialism. And, just in case you didn't know, Karl Marx was NOT Jewish, but raised in the German Lutheran church. In fact some of Marx's writings are unmistakably anti-Semitic.

    Please see my post # 53.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/23/2014 5:50:26 PM PDT · 56 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to Zionist Conspirator

    Please see my post # 53.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/23/2014 5:49:07 PM PDT · 55 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to God luvs America; All
    Good to hear that. But how much of what you hear will transfer to the voting booth? Cuomo is up for reelection this year.

    Please see my post # 53.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/23/2014 5:43:33 PM PDT · 54 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to V_TWIN
    I take that as a lefthanded/underhanded/backhanded swipe meaning conservatives are uneducated................or am I paranoid?

    As a Jewish conservative, I would say you are reading a bit too much into it, but it doesn't imply you're paranoid.

  • Changing Face of New York Jewry(Jews to become NYC GOP votiing block)

    06/23/2014 5:31:52 PM PDT · 53 of 101
    justiceseeker93 to amnestynone; firebrand; NYC GOP Chick; NYC Republican; Sun; Sacajaweau; ml/nj; Eleutheria5; ...
    Your add-on to the title in parentheses (Jews to become GOP NYC Voting Bloc), though I wish it were true, is rather premature at this point.

    What the study indicates are demographic trends some people here have been picking up on for some time. These trends appear to be favorable to the GOP in NY State (the survey takes in some NYC suburbs as well). A significant movement to the GOP by the state's Jewish voters could happen, but one necessary factor will be for the state and local GOP parties to actively cultivate and organize the potential vote here. This article should serve as wake-up call to them. But unfortunately, for the better part of a decade now, the New York state Republican organization seems to have been missing in action, generally speaking.

  • Why Hillary Clinton Will Win in 2016

    06/22/2014 7:47:56 PM PDT · 76 of 86
    justiceseeker93 to Verginius Rufus
    Carl Cannon is a regular on Fox News.

    So what? Does that make him infallible? There happen to be a number of loony lefties who are regulars on Fox News. I happen to watch FoxNews with some regularity in the evenings.

  • Clinton Bristled at Benghazi Deception

    06/22/2014 7:43:15 PM PDT · 76 of 99
    justiceseeker93 to Ann Archy
    Please don't get on Ed Klein until you've read his new book on HRC. Also, please don't confuse Ed Klein with Joe Klein. The latter is a 'Rat suck-up.

    Ed Klein seems to be at least somewhat gutsy in exposing the HRC in the past. I recall a bio of HRC he wrote back about the time of the Clinton Administration, which had some interesting revelations hinting that among other things, she was educated in a lesbian tradition at Wellesley and that according to what WJC told a friend, Chelsea was conceived when he had unconsented sex with her.

    Now, I understand from Drudge's site, Ed Klein will be exposing HRC's medical history. Seems as if what he writes is true, she shouldn't be running for president. Could be that Ed Klein will ultimately save the country from Her Royal Thighness. If so, he should be considered a hero, not bashed here.

  • Why Hillary Clinton Will Win in 2016

    06/22/2014 7:10:11 PM PDT · 73 of 86
    justiceseeker93 to who_would_fardels_bear; All
    What will really matter is whether there will be enough white male voters to counteract any sex-based voting nonsense.

    That's important, yes. But even among white voters, women have been outnumbering men for quite a while. I think that started about 1990, though I'm not sure. Traditionally, when women first began to vote, it didn't really have much effect on the overall voting percentages, because there was no significant "gender gap." The "gender gap" really began when women received more government assistance, statistically, than men did.

    I so happens, BTW, that although all blacks as a group vote around 90% 'Rat for president, there is a "gender gap" in the black vote as well.