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About Me

Working to keep the agenda of President Obama forever. Michelle, Kamala, Cory, Deval, Eric, Elizabeth, Sheryl, Cecile, Elijah,John Lewis, Dr King, LBJ. And a woman shall lead us. "Doesn't matter I I'm not enough, for the future or the things to come"(C)EG)."There's a crack in everything, that's how the light gets in"(c)Leonard Cohen, anthem

Journal Archives

trumpfatigue 11/26/2000 Republican Brooks Brothers Riot - the agitators riotteers

to the fullest extent of the law

11/26/2000 led up to 12/12/2000 a day that shall forever live in infamy

Roger Stone, a self-described "GOP Hitman" and former member of Nixon's Committee for the Re-Election of the President
Matt Schlapp, a former House aide who became the White House political director during the Bush administration
Garry Malphrus, who became deputy director of the White House Domestic Policy Council during the Bush administration
Rory Cooper, a former staffer for the National Republican Congressional Committee
Tom Pyle, a former Tom DeLay (R-Tex.) staffer
Roger Morse, a former House aide who became a lobbyist
Duane Gibson, a Don Young aide on the House Resources Committee who worked for Ted Stevens, then became a lobbyist associated with Jack Abramoff.
Chuck Royal, legislative assistant to Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.)
Layna McConkey Peltier, a former Senate and House aide.
Kevin Smith, a former GOP House aide
Steven Brophy, a former GOP Senate aide to Senators Fred Thompson, Bill Frist, and in 2003, Representative Marsha Blackburn. Currently V.P. at Dollar General.
Jeff Bloemker, also a former aide to Sen. Thompson (R-TN)
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Sun Nov 4, 2018, 11:21 AM (12 replies)

Its somewhere between highly unlikely and zero, but its not zero.
“It’s somewhere between highly unlikely and zero, but it’s not zero.”-
Former Clinton aide Philippe Reines told Politico that he thinks it is “unlikely” that Hillary Clinton would mount a 2020 bid, but cautioned that it was not an impossibility.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Fri Oct 19, 2018, 12:43 PM (23 replies)

Democratic like me & proud of it, Alexandria Ocassio Cortez, (D) NY GOTV

Alexandria Ocassio Cortez on Jimmy Kimmel Oct. 17, 2018
as I have said before and will keep saying-
like Jon Landeau wrote about Bruce Springsteen in 1974 which of course came true,
"I have seen the future" and Alexandria Ocassio Cortez is the future of America, a President to Be.

Too bad we have that pesky 35 or older rule, so we can't just fast track Alexandria Ocassio Cortez
right now for 2020.

Here is the clip from Jimmy Kimmel (who is coming live from Brooklyn Academy of Music's Howard Gilman Opera House this week)

I am looking forward to January and Rep. Alexandria Ocassio Cortez working with Leader Pelosi in the house
perhaps fastrack to a leadership position. 2018 2019 2020 2022 2024 2026 2028 Democratic
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Thu Oct 18, 2018, 04:59 AM (29 replies)

IMHO- But what in the world does that have to do with the accusations against him?


As what he (Kavanaugh) did has nothing at all to do with whether or not he was or wasn't successful

R is R
AR is R
K is K
AM is a state local and federal offense

among many other things.

that is my opinion.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Tue Sep 25, 2018, 04:02 AM (0 replies)

the reference though (and this is my opinion)-

was after my opinion that another few seconds blocking the breathing of a living human being, at which time Columbo would have been called in, and like he always did, he knew instantly the guilt
of the perp no matter the stories that filled the entire episode.

that was the reference, so it would have been at that time.
(and that assumes in real life there is someone as great and honest as Columbo, perhaps Frank Serpico?)

again, this is MY opinion

one could use an example of the Preppie Murder and Justice for Jennifer.

that is my opinion
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Sun Sep 23, 2018, 02:07 PM (1 replies)

Kavanaugh needs to resign from any job he has or wants, then spend the rest of his time

contemplating what HIS actions caused with no deflecting the blame on anyone but himself over and over again. But all the signs are there, and have been for decades now.
Don't believe he will ever be able to change.

that is my opinion.

one has to contemplate what another few seconds in time with his hand blocking the breathing of a living human being would have ended up doing (and of course it would have been hushed up and like the frat terms,
who happened in a frat stays in frat would have covered it up.)

that too is my opinion.
Lt. Columbo would have picked that up in the first second.

as for the poll, as almost anyone who backs trump backs the source of the poll, it must be 100% true.
Even Fox can't hide it.
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Sun Sep 23, 2018, 01:31 PM (5 replies)

President Obama and Rev. Sharpton are 100% correct

I have decided that when I know Rev. Sharpton is on tv, I will watch or tape him even if I don't wish to watch
the show he is on (like any Sunday shows or any daily shows). I can always fast forward or mute the sound when the others are on.

Rev.Sharpton was correct when he said trump statement was 100% false in that trump being caught or looked into
at crimes he and his family have committed has nothing to do with whether or not any political issue or whatnot
is good or bad. That is politics (like with VP Cheney)

and the funniest part is that anything being done issue wise has nothing to do with trump himself, as it
appears pence at great expense is the one who is actually calling all the plays and trump is just doing the ceremonial yelling and screaming with no power at all (but then that is what Kasich was offered when he turned
down the VP role, to be in charge of all and it would be no surprise that the Mercer's told pence when he was

(another reason I think pence or pence's people) is/are the writer of the editorial)

and having watched tennis forever, and knowing that everytime I talk tennis here almost no one else in the past has indicated they watch, the outcome of yesterday's match was unknown. Had Ms. Williams taken it to
6-6 (and the momentum was turning prior to the ump's intrusion), those who know tennis know odds were pretty good Ms. Williams would have broken through. One will never know
Though I do think something is going on in tennis- both men/women in that it appears the Powers that Be
want Federer/Nadal and the Williams sisters to all retire, and are going out of their way to make games
uncomfortable as possible for all of them, so that the youngsters (who are all clones of those 4 anyhow)
come in.
I actually think the powers that be are embarrassed by the fact that the four are so consistently great that
they have won or are in the semis or finals almost all the majors in recent time except when hurt.

(golf too, however, golf needs Tiger so bad, because only Tiger brings ratings in, and people aren't watching
the others when Tiger is not playing).

and then someone who really cheats, Brady is never penalized or if he is, he whines and whines and
ends up getting away with everything.

That is my opinion. Those are my opinions.

as is this one-
if one district in America has a voting booth or two for their small district that has say 10-30 people in it,
then that ratio should be consistent
And there should be one voting booth in each district for every 10-30 people in the district
So if the district has a million people, then well, do the math.

that also is my opinion.

Happy President Obama is leading the nation of great people again weekend.
and the downfall of trump continues.(and may the downfall of trump continue).

Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Sun Sep 9, 2018, 09:49 AM (17 replies)


Paul Manafort Guilty 8 counts
GUILTY tax fraud
GUILTY tax fraud
GUILTY tax fraud
GUILTY tax fraud
GUILTY tax fraud
GUILTY bank fraud
GUILTY bank fraud
GUILTY hiding foreign bank accounts
(that's 8 finds of GUILTY, 5 for tax fraud, 2 for bank fraud and 1 for hiding foreign bank accounts (total of 8,
which is what this specific trial was for).

Major defeat for Paul Manafort
and trial #2 in Federal Court is on it's way


as Young and Restless star Michael Damian sang "ROCK ON"

Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Tue Aug 21, 2018, 04:54 PM (39 replies)

Congrats to Sen. Tina Smith on her landslide primary victory. Congrats to Emily's List. nt.

Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Tue Aug 14, 2018, 09:50 PM (1 replies)

Takeaways from Tuesday's elections from NYT WAPO HILL POLITICO CNN USA &fox and the allow full cut/paste of all their postings
as long as (c) credit is given fully to and a link provided directly to the page.
In full, and without edit the following-
(c) and the (v)
Takeaways from Tuesday's Elections

As usual, many news outlets have made lists of takeaways from Tuesday's elections. Here are some of them:

New York Times
Suburbanites are more fired up than rural voters
The revolution was not televised, or, the Sanders/Ocasio-Cortez candidate in Michigan was crushed
Conor Lambs do not grow on trees and his performance won't be so easy to replicate everywhere
Women break through in governor's races
It was a big night for labor in Michigan (Whitmer) and Missouri (right-to-work law struck down)

Washington Post
A wave appears to be building for House Democrats
Most special elections have shifted appreciably to the Democrats
Women are being nominated for governor at a record pace
Unions won a huge victory in Missouri, where a right-to-work law was overturned
Trump's endorsement may not be worth much, even in primaries
Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez didn't have a great night
John Conyers' dynasty ended with him

It's time for Republicans to panic about the House
If Kobach wins, he could lose the general election; if he loses, it's a black eye for Trump
Missouri right-to-work law ploy backfires on the Republicans
Progressive push hits a snag in the Midwest

The cavalry came for Balderson, but come November, the weak will be left on the battlefield
Republican suburban problem continues
Tuesday was a bad day for the far left
Trump's endorsements don't seem to matter that much
Washington State is becoming an even bigger problem for Republicans than it already was

USA Today
House Republicans Are in Trouble
Ohio Democrats are cursing Green Party candidate Joe Manchik for defeating O'Connor
More and more women are winning Democratic primaries
Unions won a rare victory in Missouri

The Hill
Democrats put up a strong fight in the Ohio special election
The GOP may be in genuine trouble in the suburbs
Trump's impact on races is uncertain
Sanders' and Ocasio-Cortez' impact on races is also uncertain
Women had a strong night

Fox News
The big blue wave is not materializing
President Trump can still get the vote out and his endorsement makes a difference
The civil war in the Democratic Party between the left and the far left is getting closer to the boiling point
In summary, the topics that came up repeatedly in the lists are House Republicans are in trouble, suburban voters are energized, endorsements don't help much, and women did well. And then there is Fox News, which is doing its best impression of Kevin Bacon in Animal House. (V)
Posted by graham4anything4HC45 | Thu Aug 9, 2018, 08:03 AM (7 replies)
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