What did Trump say today?

What new madness did The Vulgar Talking Yam spout today? Has the RNC lost any more members? Did any more Republican Senators or House members come out against the buffoon today? The Party of Lincoln has devolved into The Party of Bigotry , Racism and Hatred. Trump has gathered up the elderly white middle class …

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Such a day!

So He, Trump takes on a mother with a crying baby and forces her to take the child out of the hall he was speaking in. Then he refuses to endorse Speaker Paul Ryan, Senator John McCain and Senator Kelly Ayotte in their upcoming primary elections. He gets chastised by the sitting President as “unfit” …

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Democratic Convention, Night Four

Jeebus. Some people just have to criticize no matter what. 11:33 p.m. ET | The New York Times’ David Brooks: “I thought it was a below average speech, to be honest. I don’t know why she can’t project humanity.” To hell with you, Brooks. She hit all her marks, she smiled, she hammered her opponent …

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Democratic Convention, Night Three

“Don’t boo, vote.” Those were President Obama’s words when he mentioned the Republican candidate’s name during his speech tonight. The exhortation encapsulates the sentiment behind all the evening’s speeches, from VP Joe Biden through former NYC Mayor Mike Bloomberg and VP-nominee Senator Tim Kaine culminating in a wonderful speech by President Barack Obama. Tonight was …

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Democratic Convention, Night Two

Tonight didn’t have quite the blockbuster speeches that last night did, but it had Bill Clinton extolling the virtues of his wife and telling stories about the early days of their courtship and marriage. Many of them were stories I don’t think have been told before. I actually did learn a few things; I had …

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Democratic Convention, Night One

Cory Booker gave a good speech, Elizabeth Warren gave a good speech, Bernie Sanders gave probably a stronger endorsement than the Clinton campaign expected, but the star of the night was the current First Lady of the United States. As somebody said, she just kept stepping up to the plate and parking balls in the …

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