Make America Hate Again: The Donald has really stepped in it this time...

Oh my.

This is where reality starts to hurt, in the Electoral College. Stars denote states where Republicans have denounced Trump's lewd comments. (Image courtesy of 538)

Folks, looks like he's not the Teflon Don after all.

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Even his own wife has released a statement condemning his comments.

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Folks, this could be a gamechanger. We are 31 days from the election. Tomorrow is the second to last Presidential debate. It is a townhall style debate. If Trump doesn't start to turn this around this weekend, there may not be enough time for him to recover before November 8th. But folks, lest we forget that Trump has a huge base firmly cemented into place, and there's nothing that is going to change their minds.

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Folks, it is mathematically impossible for Trump to win this election if he loses Florida, North Carolina, Iowa, Nevada, Colorado, Wisconsin and New Hampshire, and yet Republicans in those states are throwing him right under the bus, and backing up to make sure he's dead.

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I don't care how you want to spin it, this is bad news for The Donald!

Restoring the honor!


  1. If if if. Jacob. Please. When the cowardly RINO establishment Republicans see that this has no effect on his grassroots support, they'll come crawling back They blame him for "destroying" their party, but they did that years ago, trying to be Democrat Lite and badly alienating their base.

    why didn't you put my other memes up?

    1. Oy...

    2. John McCain defects:

      This is bad timing when Clinton is closing the gap in Arizona.

      It didn't have to be this way. They didn't have to go all in on a candidate who wants to wall off our country and give more money to people who are already rich, but this is what they wanted.

    3. Connie proves over and over that she is no better than Trump and will defend the biggest piles of shit in this county.

    4. It's not just her. Look at the entire Heritage movement. They do nothing while white power folks organize at their rallies. They laugh it up at racist jokes and memes online. They don't police their own pages and allow them to descend into sewers of hate speech. They make-up lies about the past and create fabricated narratives like "Black Confederate soldiers". When you find out that people who have come to your rallies and emulated your behavior at your behest are found to be child rapists and others who are alleged to have had child pornography and you say nothing, what does that say about you as a person? These folks need to do some deep introspection.

    5. Baloney. You get more demented with every post. You need to have your integrity calibrated, and/or your cognition.

  2. This election is over. Hillary will be the next president. The only real thing to vote about now is the Senate.

  3. Ryan makes a speech in Wisconsin. Crowd waves Trump signs, yell "Trump!" "Trump!" and "Shame on you!" Establishment Republicans screwing up big time by abandoning Trump over nothing; trying to look so solicitous of women's delicate widdle feelings. (Remember, 80 million copies of the filth novel Fifty Shades of Grey were bought in this country, mostly by women). The issues of this election are economic and safety -- which Hillary is very blase' about -- not locker room talk years ago....

    1. Well, if you like being treated like a piece of meat, that's your business.

    2. You think economic prosperity and national safety equals being treated like a piece of meat? My gosh, does your ideology destroy brain cells?

    3. Trump's economic plans won't bring economic prosperity. His tax plan helps the wealthy and hurts everyone else. Plus it will expand the national debt by at least 3 trillion dollars. As for national safety, all he does is talk with no actual plans.
      He is not going to build a wall and he cannot stop Muslims from entering the US legally.
      But it's okay. You have no respect for women including yourself. I expected it from your mental condition which you really need to get help with.

    4. I have respect for real women, not feministic pseudo-women ... you know the "I am strong, I am woman" pseudo-women who are actually delicate snowflakes who have to be catered to....

      Dimmy, you are in for such as surprise. The country dies under Hillary; it survives and prospers under Trump

    5. So you're not a fan of women like Susan, who pretend to be victimized every few months when some bad publicity nightmare or another drops? You like a strong female leader, right?

    6. Susan doesn't pretend to be victimized, first of all. She is attacked continuously (most of it you know nothing about). The few times she has responded publicly was when she was attacked publicly and her friends notified her and were concerned about her.

      And second, she is no feminist.

    7. The sky is falling! The sky is falling! More bullshit from the Pensacola Perjurer. KKKonnie supports sexism, bigotry, racism, and fascism. So I expect her to whine until the day she dies.

      She said the same crap when Obama was elected and the nation is in better shape than it was before he took office. That is a fact and nothing she says can change it.

    8. How old ARE you? You get more puerile every time you post.

      The country is about to go under for the third time. Thanks Obama. You call it "better shape" because you LIKE seeing it destroyed. Destruction is what the left is all about.

    9. More WAH! from a woman who hates equality. Once again, there is no discussion because she is not using facts and refuses to change her mind when confronted with facts that prove her opinion to be wrong.

  4. ABC News Poll, More Than 96% Of The Trump Supporters Are Still Supporting Him

    1. They support him and will lose with him. Their opinion is not shared by the majority of Americans. So on November 9th, they will whine.

    2. And if you reply with the usual crap about America going down the drain, it's just your opinion. It's the same opinion you had when Obama won twice and the country is doing better than it was before he took office. So much for your opinions.

    3. The country is doing better? Depends on who you're talking about. The rich are getting richer, yes. But the poor are getting poorer, and the middle class is getting poorer. Just one issue -- Obamacare... colossal failure. Worse than a failure. It's damaging to people and companies.

      LIE: "If you like your plan, you can keep your plan." LIE: "If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor." Premiums across the board, whether Obamacare or not, have risen drastically, due to Obamacare. For some people, they're higher than their house payments... For others, they are just completely unaffordable, and they have to drop coverage. (Ostensibly, Obamacare was instigated to insure those who couldn't get coverage... what a joke).

      Insurers are pulling out of the ACA in market after market ... UnitedHealthCare, Aetna, Humana, Blue Cross to name just a few. UnitedHealthCare's decision came after it lost 200 MILLION dollars in TWO MONTHS in Obamacare exchanges. In August, Tennessee's insurance commissioner said Obamacare is in "near collapse" in her state. UnitedHealthCare has already pulled out. BCBST said it has lost 500 million dollars in the 3 years it's been part of Tennessee's Obamacare exchange.

      (A few companies are staying in -- Cigna, Anthem -- we'll see how quickly and badly they start hemorrhaging, and how long before they pull out...or go under.)

      Obamacare has ruined health insurance (and, thus, medical care), regardless of whether its an ACA exchange, private insurance, or Medicare. You can cook the books, and smoke-and-mirror the numbers and make things not look so bad, but people are hurting, lots of people.

      This is what happens when a community organizer becomes the architect of a new health insurance industry... A financial boondoggle of epic proportions and millions with less to no coverage, skyrocketing (read: unaffordable) premiums, co-pays and deductibles, denial of medical care, prescription drugs, etc... A total failure.

      Note: the elderly will be the hardest hit as the ACA "inspires" "changes" (cuts) in Medicare. You look kinda hoary in you profile pics, Dimmy... better hope you won't need health care as you travel further into seniorhood....

    4. 1) So you're really unhappy with your candidate for telling you that he wants to bring jobs back to America while he creates products he sells in other countries and imports steel for his own buildings from China, right?

      You're also upset because his tax plan wants to reduce taxes for the 1%, while folks like us see little benefit? That's just trickle down economics, which politicians have been promising would help us forever. It never does. They get the carrot, we get the stick every time.

      2) Obamacare was designed to destroy the health insurance industry. This is the stepping stone to single payer. Yes, Obamacare is fucked up. I know a lot of people, very Liberal people who will tell you what a disaster it is, but it had to be done this way to get to what's next. Trumps answer is repeal and replace. Replace with what? With the same system we had before that was already heading for insolvency? The previous system was already starting to fail because of how many Americans were uninsured, but who in reality were still going and getting medical care, but weren't paying for it.

      Here's the argument against single payer, fat people and smokers have a tough time getting treatment. Hey, here's a novel idea, exercise, eat better, and stop inhaling shit that you know is going to kill you. If you want to live, do the right thing, or go die, you're choice. If that sounds harsh, it is, but the reason it is this way is because so many people want to pretend that these issues don't exist, and we don't need to fix them.

      Let's be honest, no system is perfect and there are no simple and painless solutions to the problems society faces, but that's no reason to do nothing, or to keep banging our head against the same wall over and over again.

    5. You know why I don't agree with Robert Reich?

      Because fat people (not in all cases, but in a lot) and smokers can control their behavior. They are going to be penalized for their bad choices by being made to go to the back of the line. Why should someone who smokes two packs a day get the same treatment as someone who exercises and eats well and doesn't smoke? I get a credit on my insurance now for being a non-smoker and for submitting to a health assessment. I think that's great. It encourages you to do the right thing.

      Im a unionized worker. I have employer provided healthcare. I'm one of the few lucky ones that do, but even our premiums and copays are skyrocketing. At some point, even I'm going to be forced into single payer.

    6. That was then, this is now, Dimmy.

    7. Jacob, the fat people/smokers aspect is such a tiny part of the overall problem, it's straw-grasping. You are straining out gnats and swallowing camels.

      And there are other factors, for example, the heavy hand of Big Pharma.

      I've consulted an orthopedic surgeon about knee replacement, and it involves taking a new generation anticoagulant to prevent blood clots post-surgery. The cost of those things for people without insurance is ... paralyzing. Even with prescription drug coverage, they are prohibitive.

      Didn't used to be this way. When I had my first job, I remember breaking out my checkbook and writing a check for doctor visits. I've tried to do that off and on since, and a lot of times they won't let you. You have to file and insurance claim (which involves adding the cost of processing by the ins. company).

      What changed how medical care is covered (federal meddling is a lot of it, but by no means all) needs to be reversed.

    8. Replace with what? Check his campaign website.

    9. There was not even an attempt to correct health care insurance industry before the monstrosity of Obamacare. Guess what. Single payer will be worse. Laugh at Sarah Palin if you want, but there will be panels, committees, whatever, that decide who gets treatment and who doesn't -- death panels, if you please. The elderly will be disproportionately targeted for withholding medical care.

      Abortion has made this country into a death cult.

    10. KKKonnie's glass is half empty as is her life. She exists to whine all day long.

    11. I agree, only one part of the problem, but there is a problem.

      "Repeal and replace Obamacare with Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)."

      Ok, Trump's first solution, straight from his website, to a problem that affects "all Americans", Health Savings Accounts. Gotta love it. What poor folks have money to save for health care? Again, more policies designed by a system of white supremacy, meant only to help those who are already fortunate. This is exactly what we mean. Trumps policies are only designed to help those who are already doing ok. That's not where we are going as a country. If you don't want to start helping your fellow man, better start packing.

    12. Trump's attempt to redeem himself in the second debate crashed and burned. The reviews are coming in and they are hammering him. Multiple test groups are saying Hillary flat out dominated him again 2-1. There's one more debate, but at this point he could be stunning in it and it would probably fail to move the needle.

      This is the last week of voter registration for most states and the angry white voter that he desperately needs has not registered in any large numbers. Early voting is already taking place, so none of those voters will be changing their minds. As the undecided voter pool dwindles over the next two weeks, Trump loses any chance he has of convincing them to vote for him. Research has shown that once people have decided and the election reaches the two week mark, they rarely change their minds. The critical phase of the election has passed and Trump flat out failed to convince enough Americans to vote for him so he would win.

    13. That is correct, white voter registration is down. Trump is fucked! Tonight he spoke directly to the base, but he can't win on the base alone. The Bill Clinton stunts are going to backfire. They are going to continue to drip audio and video until election day. Several of the questions asked tonight put him on record and you can bet they will be coming back around. Trump is burnt toast and so is the Republican Party. The #1 reason I want to see Clinton win is the Supreme Court. That's about it. I think Michelle runs in 2020 and 2024.

  5. THE List of 386 Obama Accomplishments so far, With Citations

    In 2008, we elected the most progressive president in history. And regardless of the negativity, when you actually look at the record, there has been a lot of progress since January 20, 2009. If you’ll recall, when he took over the reins of power, the economy was in free-fall and we were practically a world laughingstock. That is no longer the case.

    Here is a list of many of President Obama’s accomplishments as President. Every one of them has a citation, so no one can dismiss them out of hand, although many have tried since I started to compile this list Even with the obstacles we gave him, especially the Republican Congress, this President will leave behind a wonderful legacy.

    If we want to win elections – and in a democracy, that has to be our main goal – we have to make people want to vote for us. That means accentuating the positive, and talking about how great we are, especially compared to the alternative.

    Changed the Culture of the Executive Branch

    Within his first week, he signed an Executive Order ordering an audit of government contracts, and combating waste and abuse.

    Created the post of Chief Performance Officer, whose job it is to make operations more efficient to save the federal government money.

    On his first full day, he froze White House salaries for the duration of the Great Recession.

    He appointed the first Federal Chief Information Officer to oversee federal IT spending and efficiency.

    He committed to phasing out unnecessary and outdated weapons systems and signed the Weapons Systems Acquisition Reform Act, in an attempt to limit waste, fraud and abuse in the defense procurement and contracting systems.

    He created the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform.

    Signed an Executive Order instructing federal agencies to review all federal regulations and remove any unnecessary and/or burdensome regulations from the books.

    Dismantled the Minerals Management Service, thereby cutting ties between energy companies and the government.

    Banned gifts from lobbyists to anyone in the Executive Branch.

    Banned anyone from working in an agency they had lobbied in previous years and placed strict limits on lobbyists’ access to the White House.

    Held the first-ever first online town hall from the White House, and took questions from the public.

    Became the first president to stream every White House event, live.

    Established a central portal for Americans to find service opportunities.

    Restored the 30-day time frame for former presidents to review records and eliminated the right for the vice president or family members of former presidents to do the reviews, giving the public greater access to historic White House documents, and curtails the use of executive privilege to shield them.

    Improved the Freedom of Information Act and issued new guidelines to make FOIA more open and transparent when processing FOIA requests.

    Streamlined the Department of Education’s procurement policies and made them more transparent.

    Provided the first voluntary disclosure of the White House Visitors Log in history.

    Signed a law to completely reform NSA Data Collection program and keep phone records in the hands of the phone company.

  6. Specific Examples of Economic Improvement

    As of August 2016, a record 71 consecutive months of overall job growth.

    As of August 2016, Unemployment drops below 5% for the first time in eight years and without a significant bubble, remains below 5% all year so far. 4.9%

    As of August 2016, there have been 78 consecutive months of private sector job growth.

    In April 2016, new unemployment claims hit their lowest level since Nov. 1973.

    Since February 2010, when unemployment peaked, 15.6 million non-farm private sector jobs have been created.

    Oversaw a reduction in the federal budget deficit by two-thirds since taking office.

    Reduced the federal budget deficit from 9.8% of GDP in Fiscal Year 2009 under Bush, to 2.5% of GDP in FY 2015.

    Scolds Congress and gets a $305 billion highways bill passed. This bill has the added benefit of created hundreds of thousands of new jobs and creating incentives for green cars.

    Addressed Wrongdoing in the Financial Sector

    Signed the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act giving the federal government more tools to investigate and prosecute fraud in every corner of the financial system, and create a bipartisan Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission to investigate the financial fraud that led to the economic meltdown.

    Ordered 65 executives who took bailout money to cut their own pay until they paid back all bailout money.

    Along with Congressional Democrats, pushed through and got passed Dodd-Frank, one of the largest and most comprehensive Wall Street reforms since the Great Depression.

    Created and implemented rules to reduce the influence of speculators in the oil market.

    Created and implemented rules so banks can no longer use depositors’ money to invest in derivatives and other high-risk financial instruments that work against depositors’ interests.

    Supported the concept of allowing stockholders to vote on executive compensation.

    Endorsed and supported the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act of 2009 that would close offshore tax avoidance loopholes.

    Negotiated a deal with Swiss banks permitting the US government to gain access to bank records of criminals and tax evaders.

    Signed the American Jobs and Closing Tax Loopholes Act, closing many of the loopholes that allowed companies to send jobs overseas, and avoid paying US taxes by moving money offshore.

    Thanks to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, inflation in the healthcare sector dropped to its lowest point in 50 years.

  7. Addressed Civil Rights and Equality

    Formed a commission to examine and make recommendations for fixing the broken voting system.

    Created a Civil Rights Division in the Justice Department that has become a very strong voice for Black people.

    At a press conference August 9, 2013, gave up some executive power, promising to create adversarial process in FISA regarding NSA surveillance.

    Proposed rules to enhance Fair Housing Laws, to give HUD and other enforcement agencies more enforcement power.

    Ordered a review of capital punishment policies after several botched executions.

    Approved $1.2 billion discrimination settlement with black farmers who had proved USDA bias.

    Appointed Kareem Dale as the first ever Special Assistant to the President for Disability Policy.

    Concentrated immigration enforcement on those who commit crimes, and vowed to stop breaking up families.

    Streamlined the visa process, to make it more responsive and humane for those who want to be here legally.

    Took steps to tighten the reins when it comes to providing local law enforcement agencies with military-style equipment and exercising more control over the equipment they receive.

    Changed fair housing rules to make more affordable housing available to more people.

    Helped Democrats in Congress pass and signed the Civil Rights History Act.

    Created a Policing Task Force to deal with the problems that led to the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

    His Justice Department investigated the Ferguson Police Department twice and slammed them for their racism and exploitive practices.

    Established the White House Council of Native American Affairs, to improve government-to-government relations with Native American nations.

    Limited local police acquisitions of military-style equipment, to reduce the likelihood of overkill.

    Signed Blue Alert Law, which provides police officers with more information when they are threatened.

    Blocked the sale of Apache tribal land to foreign mining company, over Republican objections.

    Settled with the City of Cleveland over civil rights and excessive force violations.

    Reviewed the practices of the Philadelphia Police Department and made 91 recommendations to prevent civil rights and excessive force violations.

    Signed a law to modernize the way the federal government refers to minorities, removing certain archaic terms from the vocabulary.

    Took steps to treat opioid addiction as a health issue rather than purely as a law enforcement issue.

    Signed a law to better protect children in tribal foster care.

    Blocked an oil pipeline in South Dakota that would have devastated sacred Sioux land.

  8. Improved Conditions for Women

    Establishing the White House Council on Women and Girls to ensure that all Cabinet and Cabinet-level agencies consider the effect of their policies and programs on women and families.

    Implemented the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, which restored basic protections against pay discrimination for women and other workers.

    Eliminated federal funding for abstinence-only education, and rescinded the global gag rule.

    Improved the Paycheck Fairness Act, making it possible for employees to talk about their salaries without retaliation, and ordering salary data collection, so as to make it harder for employers to pay women less.

    Signed an Executive Order pledging support for efforts to end the global problem of violence against women and girls.

    Shattered another glass ceiling by naming Janet Yellen chair of the Federal Reserve beginning Feb. 1, 2014.

    Expanded funding for the Violence Against Women Act.

    Ordered companies with 100 employees or more to disclose pay data based on race and gender, to address the pay gap.

    Signs law restoring Arlington Cemetery burial rights for women pilots in World War II.

    Addressed Criminal Justice Failings and the Gun Culture

    Made significant reductions in drug sentencing guidelines for current prisoners.

    Oversaw the first drop in the federal prison population in 32 years.

    Increased his use of clemency to release thousands of non-violent drug offenders from prison.

    Ordered a ban on solitary confinement for juvenile offenders in federal prisons.

    Took executive action to promote smart gun technology, to make them safer.

    After a failure by Congress to act, proposed executive orders to create more background checks and to fully staff the background check system.

    Relaxed HIPAA rules enough to allow for more information to be available to the background check system.

    Ordered the tracing of guns as part of criminal investigations to provide data to researchers.

    Order the Justice Department to look at the categories of mental health problems prohibited from owning guns to make sure people aren’t falling through the cracks, getting guns.

    Expanded the definitions of gun dealers and expanded the information available and required in background checks for firearm purchases.

    Set up a task force to figure out what other measures can be taken to limit gun violence in the wake of Congressional inaction.

    Signed bill to improve protections for correctional officers and their families.

    Changed the playing field on criminal justice reform by commuting sentences of low-level criminals and signaling a more practical footing.

    Signaled major shift away from the failed “Drug War” by promising to commit more than $1 billion to combat addiction.

  9. Improved America’s Reputation Around the World

    Visited more countries and met with more world leaders than any previous president during his first six months in office.

    As he promised, he gave a speech at a major Islamic forum in Cairo early in his administration.

    Made a speech at a US mosque to demonstrate his commitment to religious rights and send a message to Muslims around the world.

    Restored America’s reputation around the world as a global leader.

    Re-established and reinforced our partnership with NATO and other allies on strategic international issues.

    Closed a number of secret detention facilities.

    Improved relations with Middle East countries by appointing special envoys.

    Pushed forward the first realistic Middle East peace strategy in more than a decade, without abandoning the two-state solution.

    Pushed for military to emphasize greater development of foreign language skills.

    Offered $400 million to the people living in Gaza, while calling on both Israel and the Palestinians to stop inciting violence.

    Refused to give Israel the green light to attack Iran over their possible nuclear program.

    Ordered the closure of the prison at Guantanamo Bay, although blocked by Congress.

    Ordered a review of our detention and interrogation policy and prohibited the use of “enhanced interrogation.”

    Ordered all secret detention facilities in Eastern Europe and elsewhere to be closed.

    Released the Bush torture memos.

    On his second day in office, banned torture, reversed all Bush torture policies and brought the US into full compliance with the Geneva Convention.

    In response to the emerging “Arab Spring,” he created a Rapid Response fund, to assist emerging democracies with foreign aid, debt relief, technical assistance and investment packages in order to show that the United States stands with them.

    Ended the F-22 program, saving $4 billion. Though the 187 aircraft cost $358 million each to build, it had never flown a combat mission.

    Passed the Iran Sanctions Act, to prevent war and encourage the Iranian government to give up their nuclear program.

    Ended the Iraq War.

    Worked to keep our withdrawal from Afghanistan on track, despite GOP opposition. Reiterated that commitment in 2014.

    Conducted a secret mission by SEAL Team Six to rescue two hostages held by Somali pirates.

    Through United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice, helped negotiate a peaceful split of Sudan into two countries, creating an independent South Sudan.

    Helped make donations to Haiti tax deductible in 2009.

    Established a new U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue.

    Issued Executive Order blocking interference and helping to stabilize Somalia.

    Established new, more reasonable policies in our relations with Cuba, such as allowing Cuban-Americans to visit their families and send money to support them.

    The new policies in Cuba led to thawed relations and the first US Embassy in Cuba in more than 55 years.

    Became the first U.S. President to visit Cuba in more than 80 years.


  10. Negotiated a deal with Iran that will prevent them from getting a nuclear weapon anytime soon, without firing a shot or invading the country.

    As a result of the Iran agreement, Iran shipped pretty much all of it nuclear material to Russia.

    Became the first US President to visit Jamaica in more than 30 years, worked to restore relations with the country and signed a natural gas distribution agreement with the country.

    Signs law extending some privacy protections to US allies, a reversal of the Bush practice of spying on people like Angela Merkel and the like.

    Committed resources to expand food availability worldwide in an attempt to limit the scope of global hunger.

    Instituted Power Africa, an initiative to bring electrical generation to greater parts of the African continent.

  11. Changed US Approach to “Defense” and National Security

    Created a comprehensive new strategy for dealing with the international nuclear threat.

    Authorized a $1.4 billion reduction in Star Wars program in 2010.

    Restarted nuclear nonproliferation talks and built up the nuclear inspection infrastructure/protocols to where they had been before Bush.

    Signed and got ratification of a new SALT Treaty.

    Negotiated and signed a new START Treaty that will stay in force until at least 2021.

    Committed the US to no permanent military bases in Iraq.

    Developed a comprehensive strategy with regard to Afghanistan and Pakistan designed to facilitate the defeat of al Qaeda, the withdrawal of most troops and the rebuilding of Afghanistan.

    Re-focused on Afghanistan, stabilized the country, and began the process of withdrawing troops from the country.

    Negotiated a deal with Afghan government, to withdraw troops and military support, while assisting in rebuilding and modernizing of the country.

    Took steps to severely weaken al Qaeda and limited their ability to terrorize the world.

    Negotiated and signed a nuclear nonproliferation treaty with India.

    Worked with NATO to limit the slaughter of innocents in Libya, so that Libyans could topple the despotic Khadaffy government and determine their own fate.

    Got Egyptian President/dictator Mubarak to leave the Egyptian government to the people, to determine their own fate.

    In 2011, reoriented American focus from the Middle East to the Asian-Pacific region by simultaneously engaging China and crafting new alliances with Asian countries uncomfortable with Chinese behavior.

    Restored federal agencies such as FEMA to the point that they have been able to manage a huge number of natural disasters successfully.

    Increased border security

    Ordered and oversaw the Navy SEALS operation that killed Osama bin Laden.

    Established the Homeland Security Partnership Council, to enhance the nation’s ability to “address homeland security priorities, from responding to natural disasters to preventing terrorism, by utilizing diverse perspectives, skills, tools, and resources.”

    Signed agreement with Afghanistan to end war, turn security over to Afghans.

    Breaking with recent presidential tradition, instead of just attacking Syria in the wake of chemical weapons attacks on Syrians, Obama ordered a full report on the decision-making process.

    Instead of holding hearings and creating a political football, he quietly captured a suspect who actually committed the Benghazi terrorist attack. He is also getting a lot of useful information from the suspect.

    Instituted rules to order sanctions against individuals and groups that threaten national cybersecurity.

    Instituted tougher new sanctions against North Korea after threats of nuclear attack and several tests.

    Got Congress to reauthorize FAA spending and to improve the efficiency of air travel for passengers.

    Took concrete steps to improve our counter-terrorism efforts.

    Making great strides in defeating the Islamic State without committing hundreds of thousands of troops or carpet bombing civilians, against Republican objections.

  12. Bypassed Congress and ordered EPA to begin regulating and measuring carbon emissions.

    Oversaw a tripling in the use of wind power to generate electricity. The US now leads the world in increased wind power capacity.

    Ordered the federal government to incorporate climate resilience and climate science into all international development in which the United States engages.

    Fast-tracked regulations to allow states to enact fuel efficiency standards that exceeded federal standards.

    Fast-tracked increased fuel economy standards for vehicles beginning with the 2011 model year. It was the first time such standards had been increased in more than a decade.

    Oversaw establishment of an Energy Partnership for the Americas, to create more markets for American-made biofuels and green energy technologies.

    Obama EPA reversed a Bush-era decision to allow the largest mountaintop removal project in US history.

    Ordered the Department of Energy to implement more aggressive efficiency standards for common household appliances.

    Obama EPA ruled that excess CO2 is a pollutant.

    Closed a deal with China to limit carbon emissions to slow down climate change.

    Blocked all oil and gas drilling in Bristol Bay, Alaska, one of the most pristine environments in North America

    Signed an Executive Order to improve environmental efforts in the Arctic region and to combat climate change by better coordinating the efforts of the 23 federal agencies operating in the area.

    Vetoed a bill to fast track construction of the parallel Keystone XL pipeline.

    Expanded clean water regulations to more stringently protect all of the nation’s waterways, even when states fail in their duty.

    Signed an Executive Order committing the federal government to lead the way in building a sustainable economy. It’s his fifth doing just that.

    Banned the use of antibiotics in food served in US Government-run cafeterias and ordered agencies to only use antibiotic-free meat.

    Developed new rules to address climate change and to create a significant boost to clean energy.

    Negotiated and signed a virtually Republican-Proof global agreement on climate change, with 190 countries signing on.

    Became one of 196 countries that signed onto a UN Framework on Climate Change.

    Ordered a moratorium on new coal leasing on federal land, and they will examine the whole leasing process.

    Signed a bill to better protect pipelines and to authorize greater oversight.

    Signed an order turning more than 87,000 acres of Maine Woods into the North Woods National Monument.

    Signed into law a measure directing the Department of Transportation to issue guidelines for minimum standards for underground storage of natural gas.

  13. And Did You Know?

    Despite the characterizations of some, Obama’s success rate in winning congressional votes on issues was an unprecedented 96.7% for his first year in office. Though he is often cited as superior to Obama, President Lyndon Johnson’s success rate in 1965 was only 93%.

    And of course…

    Despite the odds, became the first black president and then, was reelected by a wide margin.

  14. Dimmy, good job of copying and pasting. Who compiled the list ... "with citations"? Did you read all the sources? Or are you just swallowing it on faith? What kind of list could you compile from your own knowledge?

    Does your stolen and unattributed list mention fake "shovel ready" jobs? All the "green" energy companies that guzzled tax dollars and then went belly up, starring Solyndra, but by no means confined to it? Cash for Clunkers? The bailouts of banks and financial institutions?

    I notice that Eric Holder's gunrunning to Mexican drug cartels isn't listed. That got border patrol agent Brian Terry murdered. Obama inspired the war on cops, starting with calling cops "stupid" after Skip Gates-gate...

    He has attempted to shield Islamic terrorists who've attacked Americans on our own soil. When people complain that he won't even use the highly accurate term, "radical Islamic terrorist" he trots out Josh Earnest to give the lamest "explanation" imaginable.

    I'm not a "birther." I don't know where he was born, I wasn't there. But he's not an American in his heart. He hates it and wants to change it. Will be glad when he's gone. January 21 can't come soon enough.

    The government and it's cronies are doing fine under Obama -- but the country and the people, not so much...

    1. I guess Chastain doesn't know that the transition of power takes place on January 20.

      I guess if Chastain isn't there, she doesn't really know where anyone was born ... or anything else about them. Rarely does someone boast about their ignorance, but Chastain's special.

    2. Keep on lying and denying while you get ignore and Obama goes in the history books. Just think, every day more people like you die from old age knowing that their white supremacist views have been rejected by the majority of Americans and that the CBF is going into the trash heap.

  15. Simpson, I'm not talking about the transition of power. I'm talking about Obama being GONE. On Jan 20th, he is not gone. He is still there for half a day, up until noon....


    "Inauguration Day 2017, the day the winner of the 2016 presidential election will assume the role of chief executive of the United States, is Friday, Jan. 20, 2017. The nation's 45th president will be sworn in on the steps of the U.S. Capitol at noon, when the term of President Barack Obama expires."

    Thus, the first full day he is gone is January 21.

    There's been controversy about Obama's birthplace for years. You can believe those who say he was born in A, or you can believe those who say he was born in B (or C or D), but unless you were there, and know where it occurred, you can only believe, not know.

    Boy, you sure can get your knickers in a knot when somebody challenges anti-racist jackassery, can't you?

  16. You mistake people laughing at you for their getting upset. But you sure are interested in people's "knickers." You might consider seeking professional help. Capisce?

  17. The consensus at work this morning is that Trump slaughtered Hillary. So shortsighted. What the Right is too dumb to realize is that Trump FAILed big time last night. His performance was geared to his base, but it's not his base that is going to elect him.

    1. You must work with a bunch of people who have limited intellectual vision or are desperate for a Trump victory. The focus groups are showing Trump crashed and burned, but not as badly as the first debate. The junk polls that have no validity are useless and not factored in anything. Trump needed to score major points in order to reverse the damage his campaign suffered over the last two weeks. He failed to do that. The only thing he really managed to do was respond to his base and that won't win the election for him.

      That's a huge problem. He is so focused on that base. He has missed the point that the elections are won by appealing to the moderates of America. He has alienated them instead. His campaign is in crash and burn mode. It will probably end up being the case material for how not to run a presidential campaign.

    2. Yes. I don't talk about work much for obvious reasons. The corporate structure at my work is very diversity/inclusiveness/non-discrimination heavy. We have a very diverse workplace, and in that respect, the company itself is probably a leader in our industry, a fact I'm proud of. Unfortunately, there is an existing good ol' boy network in place that is in the background of all that. In fact, one of our co-workers was fired last year for a racist Facebook post, which I agreed with (the firing, not the post), not because of what he said (which was reprehensible) but because he linked his Facebook page to our workplace (a really stupid move on his part, and what was ultimately responsible for his firing). I have to hold my tongue around co-workers. It's a unionized workforce, blue collar, salt of the earth folks. A large portion of the folks I work with directly are Trump bobbleheads. They're the kind of folks you'd see at a Flagger rally or gun show. I blend in quite well based on looks alone, but in ideology, I'm nowhere near inline. I'm kind of an outlier at work. It was great to hear how snowballed they all are this morning. They really believe Trump did a great job last night, but this is a testament to how dumb they really are. The base is the base. It's a given for Trump. Almost his entire base is racist, they know it, which is why they celebrate being in the basket. They are proud of it. But they just don't get it, Trump cannot win with them alone, and last night he only pushed away the votes of those he needs to win. So I had to smile inside seeing them all fist bumping over Trump's big win last night. It's pretty gratifying being able to see the ship going down while they all party it up. The Clinton campaign has already signaled there is more audio/video coming down the pike, worse then what we've already heard/seen. Trump fell right into the trap last night and the Republicans don't seem like they even noticed. This is why I predict total meltdowns in November. They really are too dumb to see what is coming.

    3. At this point the Clinton campaign can just sit back and run yesterday's news every day and coast to victory.

      Yep, the base will whine like a high speed saw blade chewing through pine boards, but that will make this cheddar taste that much better.

    4. There will be a period of shock and depression which will turn to anger.

  18. By the way folks, I know this election crap isn't the normal topic here, but I'm sticking with it through November, because I really do think this is the set-up for the meltdown that is coming. It's important to lay the tracks.

    1. Might as well talk politics. Most of the flagger attention is on it as they consult voodoo manuals to see if they can change the course of history and Trump's defeat in November.

      Besides, the Pensacola Perjurer will freak out if her Messiah, St. Donald, is badmouthed just as easily as her beloved symbol of racism and ignorance, the CBF.

    2. There are reports that Paul Ryan just pulled the plug on Trump. The Alt-Right is mounting a #NeverTrump downballot protest. They are suggesting all R's vote straight Dem downballot. Donald Trump is causing the GOP to implode and we're still 30 days out.

    3. It's official, Paul Ryan is pulling out! It's war! Trump is going to burn the GOP down. He's going to tell his followers to punish all the downballot traitors. This is the nightmare scenario Republicans have been dreading. All Right wingers are going to have very tough choices to make. This shit just went off the chain!

    4. Dimmy, I don't elevate any human being to the status of Diety; I was raised in a church that strictly prohibited that, as man's elevation of himself to god-status is the original sin.

      I hope Trump can and will straighten out a lot of what's wrong with this pitiful excuse of a country, but my main reason for supporting him is economic. I hope he will bring back prosperity -- private sector companies and jobs that will help people who have been out of work and hurting for so long.

  19. Breitbart must be spinning in his grave: ... while his creation pushes the Trump train.

    1. Breitbart News was hijacked by white power. We've been watching it for a while. James O'Keefe was at a "Daddy Will Save Us" event the other night in which Milo took a bath in pigs blood. I don't think most right wingers fully understand what is happening. The Nazis are hijacking their party under the guise of MAGA, and they are stuck with Trump, who is the gasoline that's going to make embers of the GOP. This is what they've done to their Party, destroyed it.

    2. The Heritage folks should watch these two videos to get an idea of what they (along with all the other Trumpists) did to their Party:

      They laughed while we told them that Pepe the frog was dangerous, who's laughing now?

      We have been trying to help the Heritage folks, now they'll see why they should have listened.

    3. Right on cue, here comes the South's preferred snake oil salesman:

      Folks, like I said, once reality starts to set in, many of these Heritage folks are going to radicalize. Not all. Many of them are going to go into a deep state of depression. Others are going to turn to their next great white savior. Dr. Mike is just an extension of the same mindset that wrecked their Party. They wanted this, they're getting it. We gave them an opportunity, but they wouldn't listen. What will happen when Dennis Durham wants to help Susie raise the flag again? Will Susan finally get vocal? Or will they continue to allow the full scale takeover of Heritage like they have the GOP? Look at Barnum. She's another one. No one says one word while she gets certificates from Heritage groups while she encourages whites to hate blacks with so much vitriol that it makes the stomach turn. This is what they're doing to their Confederate Heritage. Look at Chastain, who in the Heritage movement has called her out for putting forward the manufactured conspiracy theory of "White Genocide", which originated with the white power crowd? No one. Folks, start popping the popcorn, seriously. You're going to need it for the next 30 days.


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