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Name: Miles Archer
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Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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DEER IN HEADLIGHTS! Epic Teleprompter FAIL derails Jeanine Pirro in mid-fatwa

Posted by Miles Archer | Sun Oct 9, 2016, 10:22 AM (8 replies)

Sean Hannity: It's OK for Trump to grab p*ssy because King David had 500 concubines


Sean Hannity defends Trump grabbing p*ssy: ‘King David had 500 concubines’

Republicans are panicking over the leaked video of Donald Trump's lewd remarks about women. Trump says he made those comments years ago, and that's true, after all, he was only 59-years-old when he said it. He was just a little kid and didn't know any better. Another kid, Sean Hannity, 54, weighed in to defend the GOP presidential nominee by having a meltdown on Twitter and television.

Hannity explains that "King David had 500 concubines for crying out loud."

Ben Carson: Trump's "enemies are dripping out ammunition. He’s weathering it just fine."

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson, who spoke with Trump at length Saturday by phone, said Trump has appreciated the outreach from his supporters but has been dismayed by leaks and the calls for him to drop out.

“He’s been going through a lot,” Carson said. “He’s weathering it just fine. He’s gung ho, and he understands why this all is happening. His enemies have ammunition, and they’re dripping it out. He gets it, but he’s not frustrated. He’s not a quitter.”

Posted by Miles Archer | Sun Oct 9, 2016, 08:57 AM (4 replies)

Pence is the wild card here...he can't "go the distance" if the distance is in the rear view mirror

This all hinges on two things...if Pence convinces himself that he's "in it to win it," and if the RNC successfully medicates Trump prior to the debate tonight. There are two major flaws in both of those scenarios.

Pence may represent the worst of what we expect from the Republican party, but I don't believe for a minute that he is stupid. Even a guy like Ted Cruz isn't stupid...he's just thoroughly blinded by ambition. I don't think Pence has "Cruz Disease," I think he is smart enough to have witnessed the fallout from Cruz's "vote your conscience" stunt, followed by his endorsement of Trump, followed by "You-can-even-grab-them-by-the-p*ssy-Gate."

But Pence can't stay in the race for the "greater good" of the Republican party, he can't be "in it to win it," because Trump's not going to win it. We are at the point where Hillary Clinton would have to...in Trump jargon...walk up to someone on the street and shoot them in order to not win in a landslide.

Pence CAN'T "take one for the team" because there IS NO TEAM...there's just a snake pit of guys like Paul Ryan and Reince Priebus standing around trying to pretend that none of this happened, and that they can throw some kind of inconceivable Hail Mary Pass in the 11th hour.

If Pence were to walk away now, he could potentially salvage whatever is left of his political career. He could sit around the table with Reince and Paul and dream dreams of the shining city on the hill. If he stays in until November 8th, he's a disgraced footnote in political history.

Then there's Trump...what the hell will we be seeing tonight? In the first debate, he lasted ten minutes before coming off the rails. Tonight, he's not going to be in a stadium filled with white supremacists chanting his name and cheering his every word. He's going to be in a room filled with people that he probably loathes, for the most part, and they are going to have the sheer gall and audacity to actually ask him questions, and unless the moderators wimp out, they have the authority to challenge him on any unanswered questions or his attempts to duck them.

And that Bill Clinton thing? It is now a "non-starter," because no matter what happened in his past, there is not an Access Hollywood tape of Bill giggling over how he can grab women by the p*ssy and get away with it because he's Bill Clinton. Trump can't even tip-toe around the subject of sexual indiscretions and infidelity because he's a guy who "allegedly" attempted an act of rape in his own daughter's bedroom.

In the opening moments of the first debate, I wasn't sure of what was going on with Hillary. She smiled...no, beamed would be a more accurate description...through much of the early moments. I thought "What the hell is so amusing?" And in short order I realized that she knew Trump was going to step into the bear trap that he set himself. She did her debate prep, but she knew that no amount of prep in the world would be superior to letting "Trump be Trump," and ten minutes in, the big ugly emerged.

So tonight, she'll show up armed with that knowledge and experience, she will have done her own preparation, she'll be fully prepared to present herself as Presidential. And whatever she may think of the people in attendance, she will engage with them, answer their questions, treat them with respect, show a genuine interest in their concerns, while Trump's major success will be the degree to which he can hide his sheer loathing of anyone who is not Donald Trump.

If Pence watches this debate tonight and gets out of bed tomorrow morning and still considers himself to be the Vice Presidential candidate, I'll be surprised. Not shocked, because anything is possible, but he issued a statement against Trump's words, he bailed on the Wisconsin "event" (unless he was "uninvited" as well, I've seen no confirmation of that), and we are less than one month away from the single most embarrassing moment in the history of the Republican party.

Jeff Greenfield wrote the following on Politico about tonight's debate:

"The upside for Trump is that if—in this challenging arena—he can be a calm, reasonable advocate for new policies at home and abroad; if he can be gracious, even self-deprecating in the face of critical scrutiny; if he can display a sense of humor and a sense that he has ideas to meet the grievances that he has mined, he can erase the damage of that first debate, and begin to turn his campaign around.

And if my forehand was a bit crisper, I could be at Wimbledon next summer."


So yeah, if Trump could do all of that, he could pull what's left of the con from the fire, but it would still be too little, too late. This will be interesting, to say the least.
Posted by Miles Archer | Sun Oct 9, 2016, 08:01 AM (1 replies)

Trump in 2012: Attorney Gloria Allred would be ‘very impressed’ with my penis size

Trump in 2012: Attorney Gloria Allred would be ‘very impressed’ with my penis size


In 2012, Allred was hired by trans beauty contestant Jenna Talackova, who had been barred from competing in the Miss Universe pageant because she was not a “naturally born” woman.

At a press conference, Allred said that Talackova was being unfairly “excluded from a business opportunity” and sued for discrimination. During the press appearance, Allred pointed out that when Takackova — a former Miss Canada — applied to the Miss Universe pageant, she did not demand proof that Trump was a “naturally born” male.

“She did not ask Mr. Trump to prove that he is a naturally born man,” said Allred. “Or to see the photos of his birth, to view his anatomy to prove that he was male. It made no difference to her. Why should it have made a difference to him?”

Trump fired off an angry call to gossip network TMZ, who he told, “I think Gloria would be very very impressed with me, I really do. I think she’d have a whole brand new image of Donald Trump.”
Posted by Miles Archer | Sat Oct 8, 2016, 06:50 PM (0 replies)

Nancy O'Dell..the "married woman" from Trump's sex tape (check it out!)...breaks her silence

Nancy O'Dell breaks her silence on vulgar Donald Trump recording


Entertainment journalist Nancy O'Dell is finally speaking her mind about being objectified in the leaked 2005 recorded conversation between Donald Trump and Billy Bush, who was her Access Hollywood colleague at that time. In its Friday broadcast, the show identified her as the Nancy that Trump said he'd attempted to sleep with in the recording.

On Saturday afternoon, O'Dell issued a statement via the website for her current show, Entertainment Tonight.

"Politics aside, I’m saddened that these comments still exist in our society at all," she wrote. "When I heard the comments yesterday, it was disappointing to hear such objectification of women. The conversation needs to change because no female, no person, should be the subject of such crass comments, whether or not cameras are rolling. Everyone deserves respect no matter the setting or gender. As a woman who has worked very hard to establish her career, and as a mom, I feel I must speak out with the hope that as a society we will always strive to be better."

O'Dell and Bush co-hosted the entertainment news magazine together for five years until she left in 2009. This spring, he swapped places with Today's Natalie Morales, joining NBC's flagship morning show in its 9 a.m. hour while she took over anchor duties on Access Hollywood.
Posted by Miles Archer | Sat Oct 8, 2016, 06:22 PM (0 replies)

Lewandowski On Vulgar Trump Comments: ‘We’re Not Choosing A Sunday School Teacher’


Lewandowski, now a paid contributor to CNN, phoned the cable network’s “The Situation Room” shortly after The Washington Post and NBC News published 2005 audio of Trump making a series of misogyinistic remarks. The tape includes Trump claiming he attempted to have sex with a married woman and boasting that his fame allows him to grope women.

“Clearly this is not how women should be spoken about, but you know, we’re not choosing a Sunday school teacher here,” Lewandowski told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. “This is 12 years ago, this audio tape, and this does not reflect or bring to mind the Donald Trump that I spent 18 months with.”

“To have a leader, someone who is tough and will be respected around the world, that’s what we’re doing here, and that’s who I think Donald Trump is. Are his words perfect? Absolutely not. Is this defensible? I don’t think so,” Lewandowski said. “What I do know is he has apologized if anyone has been offended.”

Trump, in fact, did not actually apologize for the remarks.

TWITTER RESPONDS to Trump tweeting "Certainly has been an interesting 24 hours!"


Donald J. Trump Verified account

Certainly has been an interesting 24 hours!


pourmecoffee ‏@pourmecoffee 1h1 hour ago

@realDonaldTrump "Fake remorse over. Hand me my phone."

G. M. Knowles ‏@gmknowles 1h1 hour ago

@pourmecoffee #TrumpTapes Calling for a complete and total shutdown of Trump interacting with women until we figure out what is going on.

Caroline Leavitt ‏@Leavittnovelist 1h1 hour ago

Social media filled with anti-Trump remarks. You just killed your daughter's brand, you know, the one you want to date? @realDonaldTrump

Vanessa Harrell ‏@AVanessaHarrell 42m42 minutes ago

@legslambert @Leavittnovelist @realDonaldTrump WAYMENT??? WHAT??? He said that about his daughter too???

Frankie Boyle ‏@frankieboyle 1h1 hour ago

@realDonaldTrump Do you think the apology would have been more sincere if you hadn't read it off an autocue? And are you a deranged sexcase?

Posted by Miles Archer | Sat Oct 8, 2016, 12:27 PM (4 replies)

De Niro on Trump: He's blatantly stupid, he's a pig, he's a dog, he's a punk, he's a bullshit artist

Posted by Miles Archer | Sat Oct 8, 2016, 07:06 AM (3 replies)

Too late for the GOP to dump Trump, and Ted Cruz is getting SLAMMED on Twitter for his "endorsement"


He's posting many pious statements about the dignity of women and his Tweets are being met with "BUT YOU ENDORSED HIM AFTER WHAT HE SAID ABOUT YOUR WIFE AND FATHER."

Poor Ted. He was just too high strung.

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