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Monday, September 26, 2016

Hail to The One Who Would Be Chief



72 comments:

  1. In this color corrected video, many more details can be seen:
    At 6 seconds, you can see the black guy's left hand around Hillary's torso.

    I wondered how he was able to keep her up with one hand on her shoulder before the other guy got her other shoulder.
    For safety's sake shouldn't he be standing behind her at the podium tonight?

    https://twitter.com/MrSrsly?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

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  2. First Round: Clinton

    Hillary has got under Trump’s skin

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  3. Second Round: Trump is counter punching well

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  4. Clinton has kept Trump on defense almost the entire tine. Not good.

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    1. Jeeze.

      Glad I'm not watching.

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    2. Be sure to let me know if she falls on her ass/head.

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    3. Hillary's blinking faster than Pelosi.

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  5. Clinton takes every advantage to talk about she wants and then Trump defends. He has not been able to get her on defense, Ge tried it on the emails, but she brushed it off and he did not counter.

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    1. He's killing it on Stop and Frisk, guns, etc. in his debate against the MODERATOR.

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  6. Meds are working perfectly so far.

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    1. No crossed eyes etc.

      No coughs yet?

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  7. 50 minutes into this and it is :

    Clinton B+ Trump C-

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    1. Have you ever had diazepam ?

      Very Mellow.

      Just like Hillary.

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    2. Trump delivers a roundhouse right.

      Hillary smiles, delivers an uppercut.

      Moderator on attack.

      AGAIN

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  8. Moderator makes Candy Crawly look like shit.

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  9. Talk of hacking and he doesn't bring up the server???

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    1. That was er not so good.

      I was waiting waiting....

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  10. Trump is missing opportunities. Clinton is taking notes. Trump is not. Tactical error.

    Surprisingly he is not hitting her on the Middle East and security.

    He missed a great opportunity on cyber security.

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  11. Trump is losing on points. He needs a knockout.

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  12. The moderator is a Hillary clone.

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    1. He stinks. The whole thing stinks.

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    2. He got his marching orders from Hillary camp via the entire MSM.

      ...he'd following them.

      Doesn't want to be hammered like Matt and Fallon.

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  13. Trump made a real rookie error on early support for the Iraq War. He failed to mention that with all the intelligence briefing she voted for the war.

    He was a civilian, not in government. No mention of it.

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  14. Outlaw Modern Medicine!

    She could go 2 hours.

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  15. Candy Crawly is forgotten.

    Moderator batters Trump to a pulp.

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  16. A missed opportunity for Trump, defeating, no, but he did miss.

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  17. My stream screwed up for Trumps close, did the TV feed, also?

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  18. Trump should have attacked the emails again and again. He didn't.

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  19. I doubt that Trump lost support, but he could have had a knockout. He gets too more shots at the debating. He pulled his punches. He stung her a couple of times but made no followup. He was over coached. Based on past performance, he won’t make the mistake a second and third time.

    She did not hurt him. He doesn’t need to counterpunch next time. He needs to bloody her early and don’t stop pummeling her until the ref pulls him off.

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    1. ...but she allayed some concern about her health, for now, at least.

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  20. http://www.latimes.com/projects/la-na-pol-first-debate-scorecard/

    :-(

    Glad I didn't see the whole thing.

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    1. That's a Beverly Hills/Hollywood poll, Doug.

      See below....

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    2. In fact your link isn't even a poll, it's a bunch of hired Hillary clones voicing their opinions.

      Get some opinions from Idaho you'll have an entirely different vote.

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  21. The results are in -


    **DRUDGE POLL** WHO WON THE FIRST PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE?

    DONALD TRUMP 90.37% (17,424 votes)

    HILLARY CLINTON 9.63% (1,857 votes)

    Total Votes: 19,281


    You can't argue with The People !

    :)

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  22. Time Magazine's poll has Trump winning the debate 52% to 48%.

    Trump obviously won the debate. Not even close.

    And since people invariably say their own favorite candidate won the debate this means Trump is ahead nationally 52% to 48%.

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    1. Time is hardly a Trump mouthpiece.

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    2. He swallowed his mouthpiece in the third round.

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  23. Are you a Christian Scientist or a Scientologist?

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    1. World's only Monomythical Political Scientist, to be exact.

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  24. CNBC poll has Trump winning the debate 56% to 44%.

    http://www.cnbc.com/2016/09/26/vote-who-won-the-first-presidential-debate.html

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  25. Hillary seems to think we can create, attract and keep businesses in the USA by raising their taxes.

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  26. I just learned via Fox that in fact 'Stop and Frisk' has not been ruled 'unconstitutional'.

    One little district court judge was ruling that way but he has been thrown off the case and the case is still ongoing.

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    1. At issue seems to be what is 'reasonable suspicion' that someone is involved in some law violation.

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  27. Your Political Scientist has learned that a poll is coming out of Minnesota tomorrow showing Hillary and The Donald tied.

    Out of MINNESOTA.....

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  28. What a fucking HACK!

    Lester Holt: The Third Debater?

    At tonight’s debate, Donald Trump faced off not just against Hillary Clinton, but against moderator Lester Holt.

    The game of two-on-one saw Holt ask no questions about:

    Hillary’s emails
    Benghazi
    The Clinton Foundation

    While ignoring these issues, Holt grilled Trump on stop-and-frisk, the birther story, his comments about women, his many bankruptcies, why he hasn’t released his tax returns — and a host of other issues the media sees as unfriendly to the Republican candidate.

    Holt also repeatedly attempted to “fact check” on some of Trump’s positions, such as his claim to have opposed the Iraq War from the beginning. Holt interrupted Trump several times to interject, but rarely succeeded (and may have come across as weak and impotent).

    http://heatst.com/politics/lester-holt-the-third-debater/

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    1. Trump Did Well Despite A Big Obstacle

      (Lester the Molester Holt)

      http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2016/09/debate_trump_did_well_despite_a_big_obstacle.html

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  29. “She’s pretty calm, cool, collected. I don’t think she’s too fazed by this. I think that she has it in the bag already, to be honest,” Priya Patel said.
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    If only diazepam had never been invented.

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  30. It was two against one again.

    Holt was worse than Candy Crowley.

    Why do the Republicans agree to these 'moderators' ?

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    1. Crawly was effective cause her one question came out of left field, stunning Mit.

      Holt was like a fucking mauler, repeatedly beating on Trump to Hillary's great delight.

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  31. I don't think Trump got hurt, though, and a tie goes to the challenger.

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  32. With a halfway decent media, he'd win the sympathy vote when it was pointed out how extremely biased Holt was.

    Or, just stay as they are, but always be seen wearing their Hillary buttons, on and off screen.

    In a fair World, Holt would have been wearing a Hillary! hat as well, throughout the debate.

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  33. http://launch.newsinc.com/embed.html?trackingGroup=91212&siteSection=washexam590_ent_mus_sty&videoId=31439804

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  34. Trump team struggles to spin debate performance

    Donald Trump's surrogates struggled late Monday evening to spin his presidential debate performance in a positive light, and some of the defenses came across as implicit admissions that the GOP nominee had struck out hard.

    Focus groups at CNN and Fox News ruled overwhelmingly that Trump had a terrible evening against Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who they declared the clear winner of their election showdown.

    The spin sessions following the debate at Hofstra University in New York didn't go particularly well for Trump mega-supporter Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., who defended the Republican candidate by saying debate is a tough sport.

    "If you think you'd be so good at it, you try it," the senator told the Washington Post's Dave Weigel.

    Sessions explained in comments to another reporter that Trump's performance was a bit rocky because he "is not a smooth, slick politician."

    In the end, when asked if Trump at least looked presidential, Sessions replied by saying, "I think so."

    Over at MSNBC, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie gave nearly the same defense, but added that there are areas where the GOP nominee can improve.

    "Listen, I think you can always improve," Christie said, referring to President Obama's disastrous first debate performance during the 2012 presidential election.

    "[Obama] was getting knocked all over the place by his own party for his performance in the first debate. In the second debate, you saw a difference," Christie said. "That's why they don't only have one of these, they have three of them."

    Examining Politics Podcast: Breaking down the first Clinton-Trump debate
    Also from the Washington Examiner

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/trump-team-struggles-to-spin-debate-performance/article/2602946

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  35. In debate, Trump gets 6 follow-up questions, Clinton gets none

    Trump was challenged on his answers Monday night at Hofstra University in New York at least six times by NBC's Lester Holt, according to the Washington Examiner's count. Hillary Clinton, meanwhile was no follow-up questions for the 90-minute debate.

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/in-debate-trump-gets-6-follow-up-questions-clinton-gets-none/article/2602939

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  36. Before debate, Clinton works refs, asks for special treatment

    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/before-debate-clinton-works-refs-asks-for-special-treatment/article/2602810

    Holt certainly delivered.

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    1. For several days, Democrats and their supporters in the press have demanded that presidential debate moderator Lester Holt factcheck Donald Trump in Monday night's showdown at Hofstra University. Those demands turned to pleading Sunday when Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, Robby Mook, appearing on ABC's "This Week," asked for special treatment for Clinton in the event that Trump tells lies from the debate stage.

      "All that we're asking is that, if Donald Trump lies, that it's pointed out," Mook said. "It's unfair to ask for Hillary both to play traffic cop while with Trump, make sure that his lies are corrected, and also to present her vision for what she wants to do for the American people."

      "But isn't that what a debater is supposed to do?" asked host George Stephanopoulos.

      "Well, I think Donald Trump's special," Mook said. "We haven't seen anything like this…So we're saying this is a special circumstance, a special debate, and Hillary should be given some time to actually talk about what she wants to do to make a difference in people's lives. She shouldn't have to spend the whole debate correcting the record."

      Other Clinton officials made a similar case in the days leading up to the debate. On Friday, Team Clinton held a conference call for reporters, urging Holt to factcheck Trump on the fly. "This is the role of the moderator…to call out those lies, and do it in real time," top campaign official Jennifer Palmieri said. "To not do that is to give Donald Trump a very unfair advantage."

      And what kind of lies should Holt factcheck? In its email announcing the conference call, the Clinton campaign provided a handy list of "Trump's Seven Deadly Lies." Number one on the list was the Trump claim that seems to anger Democrats most — that he opposed the war in Iraq.

      Pathetic
      Give Holt the Playbook, he follows every instruction.

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  37. White House: Obama will be watching
    He said the White House is confident that NBC News' Lester Holt will fairly moderate the presidential debate.

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  38. Poor baby "Oh oh it's so unfair"



    putz!

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    1. Can you admit Lester was in the tank for Hillary?

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    2. Can you honestly say if the entire MSM and Lester were against Hillary, you'd be fine with that?

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  39. With the folks out there as a whole it's looking like Trump did fine.

    Where o where and why o why do the Republicans get and put up with these 'moderators'?

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  40. Michael Moore, a fat Ash, er, a fat ass, says Trump won the debate -


    http://dailycaller.com/2016/09/27/michael-moore-says-trump-won-the-debate/

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