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Posts by kabar

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  • Donald Trumpís Foes Fear Indiana Primary Could Be Decisive Blow

    05/02/2016 10:31:37 PM PDT · 117 of 129
    kabar to ripnbang
    I don’t mind the fact that Ted wants to see this thing through until Trump has 1,237 or they reach a contested convention, but what I find hard to take is the abject refusal to acknowledge the clear reality of the state of the race at this point, or that he may in fact not be the nominee and the need to unify.

    I have major problems with Cruz and his refusal to get out of the race. His joining the stop Trump movement with the GOPe belies his stated status as an outsider. What does he hope to achieve at a contested convention?

    Does he really think that getting the nomination at the expense of the guy who has been the front-runner since July; who received millions of votes more than anyone else setting a GOP record for the primaries; won around 30 states; and have more delegates than Cruz, Rubio, and Kasich combined will propel him [Cruz] to victory in November? It will totally divide the GOP alienating the Trump supporters and guaranteeing Hillary a victory. The sooner Cruz gets out the better. I don't think Cruz is ticking right. He is acting like a petulant child.

  • Donald Trumpís Foes Fear Indiana Primary Could Be Decisive Blow

    05/02/2016 10:19:01 PM PDT · 113 of 129
    kabar to rhinohunter

    FL was the decisive blow from which Cruz never recovered.

  • Donald Trumpís Foes Fear Indiana Primary Could Be Decisive Blow

    05/02/2016 10:18:23 PM PDT · 112 of 129
    kabar to Ouderkirk

    Lots of blunders by Cruz.

  • Donald Trumpís Foes Fear Indiana Primary Could Be Decisive Blow

    05/02/2016 10:16:48 PM PDT · 111 of 129
    kabar to NRx
    The Indiana vote has emerged as a decisive and perhaps final test for Senator Ted Cruz, who has abandoned hope of overtaking Mr. Trump in the race

    Abandoned hope? It is mathematically impossible for Cruz to get to 1,237 thru the primaries. And he is so far behind in delegates won, he can't get within 400 delegates of Trump.

  • First Read: Trump Is on the Cusp of Putting Away the GOP Race

    05/02/2016 4:53:46 PM PDT · 8 of 11
    kabar to RayofHope

    He put it away last Tuesday.

  • Trump in South Bend Snags Lou Holtz Endorsement

    05/02/2016 1:54:09 PM PDT · 17 of 47
    kabar to poconopundit
    Hey, whatever happened to Larry Byrd?

    It is Larry BIRD

  • Bad feeling for Trump in Indiana from this Hoosier (vanity)

    05/02/2016 7:26:35 AM PDT · 52 of 215
    kabar to BigEdLB
    I think it is odd that Cruz is now saying that IN is not critical for him. CA is now his last stand. IIMO Cruz's own internal polls are not good for him. He is now dismissing the importance of IN. His crowds are down.

    Trump does not need to win IN. Cruz does. In fact, Cruz should have got out of the race a long time ago.

  • Bad feeling for Trump in Indiana from this Hoosier (vanity)

    05/02/2016 7:01:24 AM PDT · 3 of 215
    kabar to Trump-a-licious

    Don’t worry newbie. Trump is going to win easily.

  • Still Report #834 - Cruz Bails on Indiana

    05/01/2016 10:04:57 PM PDT · 61 of 87
    kabar to Captain Peter Blood
    Where does this insanity end?

  • Before Indiana, Ted Cruz Struggles as Donald Trump Revels in Lead

    05/01/2016 9:38:55 PM PDT · 26 of 37
    kabar to Innovative
    “California,” he said there, a bit hopefully, “is going to decide this Republican primary.”

    LOL. Cruz moves the goal posts once more. Stick a fork in him, he's done.

  • Indiana Poll Ė Donald Trump 49%, Ted Cruz 34%, John Kasich 13%Ö ( Trump gets all delegates)

    05/01/2016 4:39:14 PM PDT · 27 of 59
    kabar to GilGil
    Indiana is not critical. Cruz will always have California. He moves the goal posts constantly. Pretty soon he is going to be out of the stadium.

    If he loses CA, he will try to change the convention rules.

  • VIDEO : Donald Trumpís Newest Attack Ad ďJOB KILLING TEDĒ

  • Cruz denies an Indiana loss would end campaign

    05/01/2016 2:33:28 PM PDT · 56 of 138
    kabar to dragonblustar
  • Cruz denies an Indiana loss would end campaign

    05/01/2016 2:27:40 PM PDT · 50 of 138
    kabar to Mariner
  • Why has there been an exodus of black residents from West Coast liberal hubs?

    05/01/2016 2:21:29 PM PDT · 25 of 27
    kabar to ChicagahAl
    I'm guessing that the Mexicans have more income-producers per household than the blacks. I lived in an Hispanic neighborhood on the South side of Chicago; pretty much everyone worked.

  • Why has there been an exodus of black residents from West Coast liberal hubs?

    05/01/2016 11:39:26 AM PDT · 22 of 27
    kabar to Tours
  • Why has there been an exodus of black residents from West Coast liberal hubs?

    05/01/2016 10:08:11 AM PDT · 14 of 27
    kabar to Tours
    but mostly cost of living is driving them out

    So why isn't it forcing the Mexicans out?

  • Why has there been an exodus of black residents from West Coast liberal hubs?

    05/01/2016 10:06:53 AM PDT · 13 of 27
    kabar to lodi90
    Exactly right. There have been turf wars for decades and blacks are losing. Heather MacDonald has been documenting this for a long time.
  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 1 May 2016

    05/01/2016 9:45:31 AM PDT · 209 of 238
    kabar to Cboldt
    I dither between foreign intervention and non-intervention, but on a case by case basis. I think the general policy should be non-intervention.

    The test should be simple: Only when strategic national interests are involved and threatened.

    Obama and Hillary framed our intervention in Libya as humanitarian preventing the slaughter of tens of thousands. The reality was that Gaddafi was trying to staunch the spillover of the Arab Spring and crush the MB. We sided with the MB as we did in Egypt. More people have died than if we had not intervened at all.

    And the US was being pressured by Europe to intervene in Libya to protect their oil interests and staunch the flood of refugees into Lampedusa who then entered mainland Europe. Combined with the debacle in Syria, we have now millions of Muslims entering from North Africa, the Middle East, and Afghanistan. The impact can take down the EU and alter the demographics of Europe forever. And the US will be affected as well. Actions and inaction have consequences. They will play out over decades.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 1 May 2016

    05/01/2016 8:40:11 AM PDT · 175 of 238
    kabar to rodguy911
    In searching for talking points form the DNC today I think I discovered one huge issue. Seems all the nets are totally invested in showing how its futile for the Trump campaign to even hope that there is a way to get to 270 electoral votes. They strain and struggle to make sure that there is no possible way for Trump to win.

    Juan was pushing this meme today. However, he misspoke when he said that even if Trump were to flip OH, FL, PA, and MI, he would still lose. Not true if you look at the 2012 electoral map and total up the numbers.

    OH, PA, and FL total 67 electoral votes which are alone enough to tilt the election to Trump assuming he retains the same states that Romney won.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 1 May 2016

    05/01/2016 8:33:13 AM PDT · 172 of 238
    kabar to Sal

    Agreed. Bernie is more successful than they had planned. He will demand a lot in return for support of the Dem ticket. He presents a similar quandry for the Dems as Trump does for the GOP. How do prevent the alienation of their supporters in the General Election?

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 1 May 2016

    05/01/2016 8:25:59 AM PDT · 167 of 238
    kabar to Morgan in Denver
    Yep. It was only a few weeks ago that Jill Biden lamented the fact that Joe had not thrown his hat in the ring. Obama goes out of his way to praise Joe.

    Obama has a lot to lose if Hillary wins. The Clintons will take back control of the Dem party for the next 8 years. Obama will intrude any time he feels that any of his accomplishments are being undermined. It will be a constant power struggle. Biden on the other hand is an Obama disciple and will do what the One wants.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 1 May 2016

    05/01/2016 8:20:36 AM PDT · 165 of 238
    kabar to Cboldt
    He has a better rebuttal to Trump, by far than Cruz does. Says that the middle east trouble is due to pulling out, not to getting in, and points to Obama's "pull out" policy.

    So why didn't Bush 43 get a SOFA in place before he left? Why didn't Bush speak out forcefully when Obama pulled out? Where were all the Reps screaming for us to leave a residual force in Iraq? Answer: The American people wanted us out and the politicians were not going to oppose it.

    Graham and the neocons supported the take down of Gaddafi. Graham supported arming the Syrian rebels despite not knowing who they really were. He supported no-fly zones in Syria risking a confrontation with the Russians.

    I supported going into Iraq. Much of the problem was due to the way the first Gulf War ended under Bush 41. Scowcroft and Powell failed to destroy Iraq's armed forces in Kuwait when they had the chance. We could have taken Saddam out then when he set fire to the oil wells in Kuwait.

    The stated reason we didn't take down Saddam was that it was not part of mission of the massive international coalition we had put in place to oust the Iraqis from Kuwait. However, the Saudis wanted us to take out Saddam as part of our agreement with them to use their territory to launch our attacks. We stopped when we had victory within our grasp. The truce/ceasefire agreement we had with Iraq set the stage for the second Gulf War.

    Graham is an unapologetic globalist.

    It goes beyond "globalism." The political class is bought and paid for by their corporate paymasters and special interests. American interests and workers are secondary if they are considered at all. In the meantime our military is being devastated and worn out. The number of tours that the military must spend in the war zones is unsustainable. It is enervating and discouraging. And then the politicians squander all the sacrifices that have been made in blood and treasure. This is how great powers decline and fall.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 1 May 2016

    05/01/2016 7:58:50 AM PDT · 146 of 238
    kabar to Cboldt
    Sanders repeats the point that he polls better against Trump than Hillary does.

    A losing argument among Dems. Hillary is the nominee unless the FBI recommends an indictment. She has always been the presumptive nominee. This Potemkin primary was just a vehicle to keep some of the focus on the Dems during the primary season.

    The Dems will not nominate an independent, socialist (age 74) to be their nominee. Even if Hillary were to be indicted, Bernie won't be the nominee. They will dust off Biden and insert him in the race. That may have been the plan from the beginning hence Biden's higher profile lately.

  • Donald Trump Leads Cruz by 15 Points in Crucial Indiana Race

    05/01/2016 7:29:20 AM PDT · 19 of 86
    kabar to Drew68

    CA. Cruz keeps moving the goal posts.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 1 May 2016

    05/01/2016 7:20:14 AM PDT · 115 of 238
    kabar to bray

    Cruz denies there is an alliance. An outright lie. I wish someone would ask Cruz whether he will devote any resources to the primaries in OR and NM, which were part of the deal. Kasich would not compete in IN and Cruz would not in OR and NM. I can bet you that Cruz will pull back from that part of the deal.

  • Sunday Morning Talk Show Thread 1 May 2016

    05/01/2016 7:08:44 AM PDT · 103 of 238
    kabar to bray; Alas Babylon!
    Without a wall when the Dems take back over they will pull back the border patrols and let their future voters in to stuff their ballot boxes.

    Bray, excellent piece. However, LEGAL PERMANENT IMMIGRANTS are already stuffing the ballot boxes for the Dems. Since 1990 we have admitted over 35 million legal permanent immigrants who vote Dem by more than two to one. And they are changing the demography of the country as well. 87% of the legal permanent immigrants are minorities as defined by the USG.

  • Four Out Of Five Criminals In European Capital Are Foreigners

    04/30/2016 7:55:47 AM PDT · 16 of 21
    kabar to the scotsman
    Germany is fine, again, the press might give an impression of a nation under siege, but Germany is still the Germany it was.

    Nonsense. Germany is not the same. My wife is German and she keeps in regular contact with family and friends. They are furious at what is happening. I lived in Germany for four years and visited there dozens of times. It is no longer the same country.

    The politicians and the media are trying to deceive the people as to what is happening. The happy talk is not working because it is either believing them or your lyin' eyes. Merkel will reap the political consequences as the conditions in Germany will only get worse. The Austrians have already given us a preview of what is going to happen in the rest of Europe.

    So is Brexit going to happen?

  • CNN showing Trump has 1002 Delegates!

    04/29/2016 10:58:06 PM PDT · 132 of 142
    kabar to mylife

    Winning what? Certainly not the WH.

  • [George Will]:If Trump is nominated, the GOP must keep him out of the White House

    04/29/2016 9:00:45 PM PDT · 42 of 340
    kabar to inchworm

    Hillary is going to have a minority, black or Hispanic, on her ticket. That’s a given.

  • CNN showing Trump has 1002 Delegates!

    04/29/2016 8:42:29 PM PDT · 122 of 142
    kabar to mylife
    Shes going to a contested convention IMHO

    We will agree to disagree. Trump will win on the first ballot having received enough pledged delegates thru the primary process.

    we shall see but again, why would cruz lay down? Trump wouldn’t. you wouldn’t

    Trump is the front runner and has been since July. Why would he lay down. If I were Cruz, I would get out of the race now and call for a unified party to beat Hillary.

    A contested convention, his objective since he can no longer acquire enough delegates to win on the first ballot, will destroy the party even if he were successful in getting the nomination. Why would he want to be the nominee of a fractured and divided party that will lose in the general election?

    Wouldn't it be better to have the nominee the person who received the most votes in primaries--a record total surpassing any GOP nominee since the primary process began; who has at least 400 more delegates than his closest competitor, and who has won 30 state primaries including FL, IL, MI, PA, CA, AZ, NY, and the entire South except for TX?

    What is Cruz's objective?

  • CNN showing Trump has 1002 Delegates!

    04/29/2016 7:58:51 PM PDT · 115 of 142
    kabar to mylife
    Fair enogh but who concedes a contest?

    There were 17 who started this race, Only 3 remain and only one has a shot at 1237 on the first ballot. The other 14 conceded because they are rational.

  • CNN showing Trump has 1002 Delegates!

    04/29/2016 7:46:52 PM PDT · 111 of 142
    kabar to mylife

    It will be a game of Russian roulette with every chamber loaded. If Trump is not the nominee, then the GOP has opted for political suicide and a sure loss in November.

  • CNN showing Trump has 1002 Delegates!

    04/29/2016 5:28:03 PM PDT · 57 of 142
    kabar to mylife
    If all you Trump supporters were on the losing end of a contest would you all give up,or would you double down?

    Why throw good money after bad? Trump is going to get 1237 even if he were to lose IN. There is no reason for Cruz to stay in any more than Kasich. Or for that matter Rubio, Carson, Perry, Fiorina, Graham, etc. Trump has more delegates than all of the rest of the candidates combined.

    Only ego keeps Cruz in the race. If he is really anti-GOPe, he should unify behind Trump, the only outsider left. That would take down the GOPe.

  • Make America Mexico Again

    04/29/2016 5:18:38 PM PDT · 52 of 91
    kabar to dragnet2
    No doubt the official figures understate the numbers, but even the government numbers are shocking. We have taken in over 35 million LEGAL PERMANENT IMMIGRANTS since 1990, almost equal to the population of Canada. We have just had the two largest decades of legal immigration in US history. Legal immigration is a bigger problem than illegal aliens.

  • Republican Ohio Governor John Kasich is more than $4 million under

    04/29/2016 4:53:13 PM PDT · 11 of 40
    kabar to StCloudMoose

    Cruz and the GOPe will give him some more money to keep him in the race.

  • Make America Mexico Again

    04/29/2016 4:49:34 PM PDT · 48 of 91
    kabar to dragnet2

  • CNN showing Trump has 1002 Delegates!

    04/29/2016 4:24:31 PM PDT · 38 of 142
    kabar to georgiegirl

    Make that 184 with the 51 from NJ on June 7 being a sure thing.

  • Anti-Trump Protestors Riot, Attack Supporters, Damage Cop Car in Orange County (CA.Mex-Riots)

    04/29/2016 2:23:07 PM PDT · 10 of 65
    kabar to Rational Thought

    The MSM coverage has been terrible. They make it sound like it is a problem for both sides. The violence is coming from one side and one side only, the Left. These are typical communist tactics. It drives me nuts to hear Cavuto and other Fox commentators try to be even-handed about what is happening. They say that Trump and Hillary must calm down their supporters. It is a travesty. These are rent a mobs and paid provocateurs. When you have openly communist groups like ANSWER participating, there should be no doubt about what is happening.

  • Test Scores Show a Decline in Math Among High School Seniors

    04/29/2016 2:15:57 PM PDT · 67 of 67
    kabar to Patriotic1
    I have read Murray and believe he is correct. In the US, with our 'racial intermingling', I believe culture is turning out to be the biggest impact. But on an individual level (not group level as statistics are calculated), blaming culture/genes is a cop out. Even people hovering at 95 IQ or below can get to a certain competence level. Not everyone needs to be a rocket scientist.

    Yes, individuals can be exceptions to the overall trend or group findings. This is what Murray said 20 years after the book was published:

    First, a little background: Why did Dick and I talk about race at all? Not because we thought it was important on its own. In fact, if we lived in a society where people were judged by what they brought to the table as individuals, group differences in IQ would be irrelevant. But we were making pronouncements about America’s social structure (remember that the book’s subtitle is “Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life”). If we hadn’t discussed race, “The Bell Curve” would have been dismissed on grounds that “Herrnstein and Murray refuse to confront the reality that IQ tests are invalid for blacks, which makes their whole analysis meaningless.” We had to establish that in fact IQ tests measure the same thing in blacks as in whites, and doing so required us to discuss the elephant in the corner, the mean difference in test scores between whites and blacks. Here’s what Dick and I said: There is a mean di>ference in black and white scores on mental tests, historically about one standard deviation in magnitude on IQ tests (IQ tests are normed so that the mean is 100 points and the standard deviation is 15). This difference is not the result of test bias, but reflects differences in cognitive functioning. The predictive validity of IQ scores for educational and socioeconomic outcomes is about the same for blacks and whites.

    Those were our confidently stated conclusions about the black-white difference in IQ, and none of them was scientifically controversial. See the report of the task force on intelligence that the American Psychological Association formed in the wake of the furor over “The Bell Curve.” What’s happened in the 20 years since then? Not much. The National Assessment of Educational Progress shows a small narrowing of the gap between 1994 and 2012 on its reading test for 9-year-olds and 13-year-olds (each by the equivalent of about 3 IQ points), but hardly any change for 17-year-olds (about 1 IQ-point-equivalent). For the math test, the gap remained effectively unchanged for all three age groups.

    On the SAT, the black-white difference increased slightly from 1994 to 2014 on both the verbal and math tests. On the reading test, it rose from .91 to .96 standard deviations. On the math test, it rose from .95 to 1.03 standard deviations.

    If you want to say that the NAEP and SAT results show an academic achievement gap instead of an IQ gap, that’s fine with me, but it doesn’t change anything. The mean group difference for white and African American young people as they complete high school and head to college or the labor force is effectively unchanged since 1994. Whatever the implications were in 1994, they are about the same in 2014.

    There is a disturbing codicil to this pattern. A few years ago, I wrote a long technical article about black-white changes in IQ scores by birth cohort. I’m convinced that the convergence of IQ scores for blacks and whites born before the early 1970s was substantial, though there’s still room for argument. For blacks and whites born thereafter, there has been no convergence.

    Interviewer: The flashpoint of the controversy about race and IQ was about genes. If you mention “The Bell Curve” to someone, they’re still likely to say “Wasn’t that the book that tried to prove blacks were genetically inferior to whites?” How do you respond to that?

    Actually, Dick and I got that reaction even while we were working on the book. As soon as someone knew we were writing a book about IQ, the first thing they assumed was that it would focus on race, and the second thing they assumed was that we would be talking about genes. I think psychiatrists call that “projection.” Fifty years from now, I bet those claims about “The Bell Curve” will be used as a textbook case of the hysteria that has surrounded the possibility that black-white differences in IQ are genetic. Here is the paragraph in which Dick Herrnstein and I stated our conclusion:

    "If the reader is now convinced that either the genetic or environmental explanation has won out to the exclusion of the other, we have not done a sufficiently good job of presenting one side or the other. It seems highly likely to us that both genes and the environment have something to do with racial differences. What might the mix be? We are resolutely agnostic on that issue; as far as we can determine, the evidence does not yet justify an estimate. (p. 311)"

    That’s it. The whole thing. The entire hateful Herrnstein-Murray pseudoscientific racist diatribe about the role of genes in creating the black-white IQ difference. We followed that paragraph with a couple pages explaining why it really doesn’t make any difference whether the differences are caused by genes or the environment. But nothing we wrote could have made any difference. The lesson, subsequently administered to James Watson of DNA fame, is that if you say it is likely that there is any genetic component to the black-white difference in test scores, the roof crashes in on you.

    On this score, the roof is about to crash in on those who insist on a purely environmental explanation of all sorts of ethnic differences, not just intelligence. Since the decoding of the genome, it has been securely established that race is not a social construct, evolution continued long after humans left Africa along different paths in different parts of the world, and recent evolution involves cognitive as well as physiological functioning.

    The best summary of the evidence is found in the early chapters of Nicholas Wade’s recent book, “A Troublesome Inheritance.” We’re not talking about another 20 years before the purely environmental position is discredited, but probably less than a decade. What happens when a linchpin of political correctness becomes scientifically untenable? It should be interesting to watch. I confess to a problem with schadenfreude.

    In addition, we can blame 'no child left behind' and mainstreaming, etc for this decline. No sense in letting the government of the hook.

    It starts with the family and individual responsibility. And there is no doubt that poverty, physical well-being, and other environmental factors play a role. Even under the worst circumstances a Ben Carson or Clarence Thomas can emerge.

    Hispanics and blacks have the highest school dropout rates. They are doomed to be at the bottom of the economic ladder unless they acquire work skills or an education afterwards. We have a permanent underclass that is growing.

  • John Kirby of State Department...Shilling for Obama

    04/29/2016 11:37:49 AM PDT · 7 of 9
    kabar to SoFloFreeper
    He retired from the Navy in May 2015 with the rank of Rear Admiral.

    Looking for new employment. Any port in a storm.

  • Republican party now more hated in US than it's been in 24 YEARS and Donald Trump may be to blame

    04/29/2016 11:33:59 AM PDT · 23 of 53
    kabar to Zakeet

    There are many of us Reps who hate the current GOP leadership, which ignores our views and pursues its own agenda. I am sure that contributes to the numbers.

  • Deny Aid, Visas to Countries That Wonít Accept Deported Illegal Aliens

    04/29/2016 8:25:53 AM PDT · 17 of 23
    kabar to kabar

    FYI: ICE is the agency that deports illegal aliens, not the State Department, which just issues visas to foreign citizens to enter the country.

  • Deny Aid, Visas to Countries That Wonít Accept Deported Illegal Aliens

    04/29/2016 8:23:10 AM PDT · 15 of 23
    kabar to usurper
    The problem is the State Department is full of half whit progressives. The entire department needs to be fired.

    Wrong. It is up to the President to enforce our laws. The State Department acts on his directives. Obama has prevented enforcement of the law.

    FYI: I worked for the State Department as an FSO for 28 years.

  • Deny Aid, Visas to Countries That Wonít Accept Deported Illegal Aliens

    04/29/2016 8:20:36 AM PDT · 14 of 23
    kabar to StCloudMoose

    It is already the law that countries that refuse to take back their deported citizens will no longer have US visas issued to their citizens. We just have not enforced the law.

  • Trump launches negative ad against Cruz in Indiana

    04/28/2016 8:53:27 PM PDT · 28 of 53
    kabar to jimpick
  • Trump garners two more endorsements in U.S. Congress

    04/28/2016 8:46:49 PM PDT · 43 of 45
    kabar to kosciusko51
    Reagan signed an amnesty that violated the Rule of Law. He also brokered a deal with Tip O'Neil to save SS including raising the retirement age for full benefits. He was a former Democrat.

    Ideologue is non=partisan. You can be a conservative or a liberal and be an ideologue.

  • Carly Now Calls on Kasich to Drop Out, Proving the Cruz-Fiorina Ticket Is Cluelessly Wandering

    04/28/2016 7:10:54 PM PDT · 155 of 165
    kabar to Carry me back

    Cruz helped pay off her political debt of $500K.

  • Trump garners two more endorsements in U.S. Congress

    04/28/2016 7:09:21 PM PDT · 41 of 45
    kabar to kosciusko51

    Ideologue is not a label. You have yet to answer my question posed to you several times. Who defines conservatism for you?

  • Trump garners two more endorsements in U.S. Congress

    04/28/2016 5:54:35 PM PDT · 39 of 45
    kabar to kosciusko51
    And who defines conservatism for you?