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I just want a crushing of all the scum sucking Repubs......

House, Senate, AND Governorships. Despise them all. They’re all crooks, and deserve to be thrown out by the biggest and bluest wave possible. GOTV. and kick their arses.

Go Brewers Go.......

Forcing a 7th game......now come on and crush those dodgeballs.

Money numbers for Dems has never been this huge before......

..... The result is a fundraising disparity the likes of which we’ve never seen before — at least not in recent years. (Our data on House fundraising goes back to 1998.) and hopefully will result in Dem wins!!!!


Blackish......love it.....

Especially Dre’s mom. Love her, love her, love her. Very well written, all the actors are great for their parts. Great show.

How is this possible.....tRump's approval numbers.....ARE GOING UP!!!!!

42.6 approve.......52.1 disapprove.


Ugh, the Packer sure are stinking up Lambeau tonight......

they are playing the 1 - 4 Niners...... and they are making them look like Super Bowl contenders. And I gotta finally say it, Mike McCarthy has got to.

Alec Baldwin's new talk show is on now....ABC network.

Watching "Field of Dreams".......

really loved this movie.

How did the Democrats get rolled?

For all the chaos of the Trump White House, the GOP remains adroit at using the levers of power in our modern political system. Senate Democrats and Republicans are not even playing the same kind of game. The GOP comes to work ready for full-contact boxing while Democrats were setting up for a friendly game of checkers.

The road to Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation started during the presidential campaign. Candidate Donald Trump demonstrated his political savvy when he produced a list of potential nominees, most of whom have ties to the Federalist Society. The list was an ostensibly brazen effort to win over conservatives who otherwise might not be able to support him. Regardless of how a Republican felt, Trump had successfully defined his presidency as an avenue toward conservative courts.

He delivered on the promise right away when he announced the appointment of Neil Gorsuch to replace Antonin Scalia. The seat had been open for months since Senate Republicans refused to even meet with President Obama's nominee Merrick Garland. After Obama tried to outsmart the Senate majority by appointing someone who was so centrist and non-ideological that moderate Republicans would have to vote for him, the GOP proved him wrong. They kept the seat warm until a Republican was in the White House.

Full article: (opinion) https://www.cnn.com/2018/10/05/opinions/gop-outplayed-dems-opinion-zelizer/index.html

Just getting down to watching PBS's Frontline: tRump's Showdown

https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/film/trumps-showdown/. 2 hours of information......anyone else watch it?? tRumps first days.....step by step to where we are now.
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