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Obama Springsteen interview

Michael Keaton on 60 minutes


When can children get the Covid shot?

I have grandkids age 7 and 10?

Can anyone tell me what would cause my 6 year old

Refrigerator to just quit???
I’m going to lose an entire freezer and refrigerator full of food.
This is awful.

When I hear GOP candidate

Mike Gibbons running for US senate on a TV
clip…. I go crazy… in his ad he mentions how the leftists are full of hate….
Last I knew it was the democrats who have been walking around masked up and are vaccinated.
I really don’t know one insurrectionist that was a
However I admit..he fills me with rage and I wish I could twist his balls off everytime I see
his lying ad.
He finally quit boasting about jobs he created because…well there was absolutely no truth to it.
The guy is a fat Blowhard!

Ohio just keeps getting worse!

Watched Cold Mountain

for the first time. Wow what a good movie.

When your peanut comes back

to bed and you lay still just listening to it rain.

Georgia election workers caught stealing voter applications.

October 11, 2021 - 08:42 PM EDT
Georgia election workers fired, accused of shredding voting applications


Two Georgia election workers from the state's most populous county were fired on Friday for allegedly shredding voting applications in the past two weeks.

Fulton County revealed in a statement on Monday that, according to a preliminary review, two employees may have checked out batches of applications for processing but allegedly shredded a portion of the forms instead of fully processing them.

According to Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger (R), 300 municipal election-related applications were allegedly destroyed.

Fellow employees reported the conduct to their supervisor on Friday morning, according to Fulton County. The two election workers were fired that day.

The illicit behavior reportedly occurred within the last two weeks, according to Fulton County Registration and Elections Director Richard Barron.

Fulton County is scheduled to hold elections to elect a mayor, City Council members and other municipal officials on Nov. 2, according to The Associated Press. The voter registration deadline for those races was Oct. 4.

More at the Hill.com

Second Insurrection... Fox News pushing it!

There will be a second insurrection. Fox News and the Republican Party are making sure of it
Oct 10, 2021 1:53pm EDT by Hunter, Daily Kos Staff

Donald Trump's election lies led to a violent insurrection. There were deaths. For the briefest of moments, it looked as if at least a handful of Republican leaders who had to flee the mob of far-right militants that day would distance themselves from a delusional thug's attempt to topple democracy rather than admit personal failure; instead, each fell back into line as soon as the day's adrenaline had worn off.

The Republican Party has now adopted the big lie, the hoax that looks to undermine democracy by declaring that important elections not won by Republican candidates are somehow "rigged" or "fraudulent," and are running with it. The chances are good that there will be another insurrection or similar act of terrorism in the next election. Fox News and top Republican leaders are both making sure of that.

Palm Beach Police Ball

Will Enrich Trump, Whose Jan. 6 Mob Attacked Officers
Trump's incitement led to five officers dead and 140 injured, but the charity is going ahead with a fundraiser that will give Trump hundreds of thousands of dollars.
S.V. Date
Ryan J. Reilly
10/07/2021 06:12pm EDT


An image of President Donald Trump appears on video screens before his speech to supporters from the Ellipse at the White House in Washington on Jan.
An image of President Donald Trump appears on video screens before his speech to supporters from the Ellipse at the White House in Washington on Jan. 6
The Palm Beach Police and Fire Foundation is planning a fundraiser at Mar-a-Lago this winter that will likely put some quarter-million dollars into Donald Trump’s cash registers — despite the former president’s incitement of the Jan. 6 assault on the Capitol that led to the deaths of five police officers and injuries to 140 more.
The charity would not disclose how much it will be paying Trump’s for-profit South Florida club to host the Jan. 22, 2022, “Policemen’s and Fire Fighters’ Ball.” Tax filings with the IRS, however, show that it paid $235,012 in 2020, $214,760 in 2019 and $262,261 in 2018 in facility rental costs for the same event in those years, all of which were also held at Mar-a-Lago.
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