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one of hillary's quotes today when she was in south carolina

typing in small letters, sorry but i have nerve damage in left hand.

i love her quote so much.....

"We do not need to make America great again. America has never stopped being great. But we do need to make America whole again." ~~Hillary Clinton

oh, i don't even have a heart. bummer. I got Congestive heart failure last year from viral flu.

oh well, my cats love me.


Posted by trueblue2007 | Tue Feb 9, 2016, 08:00 PM (3 replies)

poop coming out of TRUMP"S mouth is funny. DON'T HIDE IT !!

why can't we do this. people do all sorts of stuff here. there is a long standing post about "anal" for crying out loud!!!!!

poop is funny. get over it.
Posted by trueblue2007 | Sat Feb 6, 2016, 06:13 PM (2 replies)

what is happening in OREGON ....

What’s happening in Oregon, by definition, is exactly treason. It could also be considered a “Seditious conspiracy.”

“If two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the Government of the United States, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.”

These “patriots” need to be locked up for a good long time.

If you still question the intent of the Founding Fathers’ effort to thwart insurrection, please take note of the Whiskey Rebellion. Not much unlike what’s happening in Oregon with pissed off farmers, the government imposed an excise tax on distilled spirits, which these farmers decided to rebel against. Well, President George Washington called forth the use of the militia to stop the insurrection and this refusal to follow the law. In fact, here is the transcript of his proclamation from September 25, 1794:

“Whereas, from a hope that the combinations against the Constitution and laws of the United States, in certain of the Western counties of Pennsylvania, would yield to time and reflection, I thought it sufficient, in the first instance, rather to take measures for calling forth the militia than immediately to embody them; but the moment is now come, when the overtures of forgiveness, with no other condition than a submission to law, have been only partially accepted; when every form of conciliation not inconsistent with the being of Government has been adopted, without effect; when the well-disposed in those counties are unable by their influence and example to reclaim the wicked from their fury, and are compelled to associate in their own defence; when the proffered lenity has been perversely misinterpreted into an apprehension that the citizens will march with reluctance; when the opportunity of examining the serious consequences of a treasonable opposition has been employed in propagating principles of anarchy, endeavoring through emissaries to alienate the friends of order from its support, and inviting enemies to perpetrate similar acts of insurrection; when it is manifest, that violence would continue to be exercised upon every attempt to enforce the laws; when, therefore, Government is set at defiance, the contest being whether a small proportion of the United States shall dictate to the whole Union, and, at the expense of those who desire peace, indulge a desperate ambition;

Now, therefore, I, George Washington, President of the United States, in obedience to that high and irresistible duty, consigned to me by the Constitution, “to take care that the laws be faithfully executed;” deploring that the American name should be sullied by the outrages of citizens on their: own Government; commiserating such as remain obstinate from delusion; but resolved, in perfect reliance on that gracious Providence which so signally displays its goodness towards this country, to reduce the refractory to a due subordination to the laws; do hereby declare and make known, that, with a satisfaction which can be equalled only by the merits of the militia summoned into service from the States of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia, I have received intelligence of their patriotic alacrity, in obeying the call of the present, though painful, yet commanding necessity; that a force, which, according to every reasonable expectation, is adequate to the exigency, is already in motion to the scene of disaffection; that those who have confided or shall confide in the protection of Government, shall meet full succor under the standard and from the arms of the United States; that those who having offended against the laws have since entitled themselves to indemnity, will be treated with the most liberal good faith, if they shall not have forfeited their claim by any subsequent conduct, and that instructions are given accordingly.

And I do, moreover, exhort all individuals, officers, and bodies of men, to contemplate with abhorrence the measures leading directly or indirectly to those crimes, which produce this resort to military coercion; to check, in their respective spheres, the efforts of misguided or designing men to substitute their misrepresentation in the place of truth, and their discontents in the place of stable government; and to call to mind, that as the people of the United States have been permitted, under the Divine favor, in perfect freedom, after solemn deliberation, in an enlightened age, to elect their own Government, so will their gratitude for this inestimable blessing be best distinguished by firm exertions to maintain the Constitution and the laws.

And, lastly, I again warn all persons, whomsoever and whersoever, not to abet, aid, or comfort the insurgents aforesaid, as they will answer the contrary at their peril; and I do also require all officers and other citizens, according to their several duties, as far as may be in their power, to bring under the cognizance of the law all offenders in the premises.”

If there were such a thing as a “mic drop” in the day, it would have hit the floor with the strength of a thunderous boom.

Honestly? Washington’s words could be said today in the same regard to the thousands of armed wannabe “patriots” who are taking up arms against the nation in wrongful insurrection. These men in Oregon need to be stopped, they need to be arrested, and this sort of behavior, in any way, cannot be condoned or allowed. It goes against everything we are as the United States of America.

Author: Sarah Sarah is a liberal writer who's been writing and commenting on politics for over 5 years as the Opinionated Democrat on Facebook. She is also the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the online satirical publication Free Wood Post.

Posted by trueblue2007 | Mon Jan 4, 2016, 12:37 AM (3 replies)

Here's a Dog Unwrapping His Human for Christmas

Here's a Dog Unwrapping His Human for Christmas

Let's say you're a dog (which, if you are, hello and welcome to our website). There are so many things that make you happy: bones, eating food, running around and getting super-dirty, your owners, oh god, your owners. You love almost everything and every day is the best day of your life. That is, until you are given the opportunity to unwrap your human on Christmas Day as if he were a brand-new toy to play with — then that day is the best day of your life and there will never be anything better.



one of my favorite "heartwarming animal stories" and this one happened just recently

Published on Dec 5, 2015

To adopt Veyron or to make a small donation to help us save more lives, please visit: http://www.HopeForPaws.org

CHOCOLATE holiday house..... YUM

Hands up if you'd live in this house?

I'm having a Hansel & Gretel moment... without the witch of course

Full video here:
Posted by trueblue2007 | Sun Dec 6, 2015, 06:15 PM (1 replies)

kitty kitten cat cat

Posted by trueblue2007 | Sat Dec 5, 2015, 03:04 PM (1 replies)

CNN/ORC poll: In Democratic race, Clinton solidifies lead .... December 4, 2015

CNN/ORC poll: In Democratic race, Clinton solidifies lead
By Jennifer Agiesta, CNN Polling Director
Updated 1:03 PM ET, Fri December 4, 2015

CNN) In a Democratic field that has winnowed to just three candidates, Hillary Clinton has regained a dominant lead over Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, topping him by a 28-point margin, her widest in CNN/ORC polling since July.

Clinton leads Sanders 58% to 30%, with former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley registering just 2%, according to a CNN/ORC Poll released Friday.
The poll finds Clinton widely seen as better able to handle matters of foreign policy than Sanders, an advantage that has likely helped the former secretary of state as global affairs and national security have gained prominence in the presidential campaign. Broad majorities of Democratic voters report that they trust Clinton most on foreign policy (74%) and handling ISIS (59%), and as best able to handle the responsibilities that come with being commander-in-chief (64%).


In the October poll, Clinton and Sanders ran nearly evenly among voters under age 55 (42% Clinton to 37% Sanders), liberal voters (43% Clinton to 37% Sanders) and independents who lean toward the Democratic Party (41% Clinton to 37% Sanders). In the new poll with the slimmed-down field, Clinton posts leads among each of those groups, topping Sanders 48% to 39% among those under age 55, 52% to 42% among liberals, and 48% to 40% among independents who lean toward the Democratic Party.

The CNN/ORC Poll was conducted by telephone November 27 through December 1 among a random national sample of 1,020 adults. Interviews were conducted with 930 registered voters, including 403 who are Democrats or independents who lean toward the Democratic Party. For results among Democrats and Democratic-leaning voters, the margin of sampling error is plus or minus 5 percentage points.

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