Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have a conversation over drinks

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have a conversation over drinks

I found this on a Facebook post from a friend and since I am up to my limit with contractors, noise, nasty smells and just plain don’t feel like writing, I just thought I would share this little gem of truth and make it my post for today. I didn’t write it or fact check it, all I did was post it for your reading enjoyment.

Hillary Goofy Bad GirlDonald Trump and Hillary Clinton are in a bar. Donald leans over, and with a smile on his face, says, “The media are really tearing you apart for That Scandal.”

Hillary: “You mean my lying about Benghazi?”

Trump: “No, the other one.”

Hillary: “You mean the massive voter fraud?”

Trump: “No, the other one.”

Hillary: “You mean the military not getting their votes counted?”

Trump: “No, the other one.”

Hillary: “Using my secret private server with classified material to hide my Activities?”

Trump: “No, the other one.”

Hillary: “The NSA monitoring our phone calls, emails and everything else?”

Trump: “No, the other one.”

Hillary: “Using the Clinton Foundation as a cover for tax evasion, hiring cronies and taking bribes from foreign countries?” Continue reading

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DC bill would pay people stipends not to commit crimes

DC bill would pay people stipends not to commit crimes

WASHINGTON (AP) — They say crime doesn’t pay, but that might not be entirely true in the District of Columbia as lawmakers look for ways to discourage people from becoming repeat offenders.

The D.C. Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a bill that includes a proposal to pay residents a stipend not to commit crimes. It’s based on a program in Richmond, California, that advocates say has contributed to deep reductions in crime there. SOURCE

Only in places like Washington, DC or Richmond, CA could some ridiculous BULL like this even be remotely considered a *good thing*.

Under the bill, city officials would identify up to 200 people a year who are considered at risk of either committing or becoming victims of violent crime. Those people would be directed to participate in behavioral therapy and other programs. If they fulfill those obligations and stay out of trouble, they would be paid.

The bill doesn’t specify the value of the stipends, but participants in the California program receive up to $9,000 per year.

Wait… What??

“Up to 200 people a year who are considered at risk of either committing or becoming victims of violent crime” they say? There is a stipend for not becoming a victim of violent crime too?

Whoever thought this up has got to be one STUPID SOB.

If you think you’re going to be a victim there is no amount of *stipend* that can stop you from your *victimhood* other than using the *stipend* to buy a quality concealed carry handgun.

That is how you also STOP these slugs of humanity from committing acts of violence too; 2 rounds to the chest, works miracles and it’s a lot cheaper than $9,000 a year too.

Councilmember Kenyan McDuffie, a Democrat who wrote the legislation, said it was part of a comprehensive approach to reducing violent crime in the city, which experienced a 54 percent increase in homicides last year. Homicides and violent crime are still down significantly since the 2000s, and even more so since the early 1990s when the District was dubbed the nation’s “murder capital.”

OK, herein lies what I like to call *clues*.

Kenyan McDuffie? McDuffie? Really? Continue reading

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I support and endorse Cindy Burkett for TX-113

I support and endorse Cindy Burkett for TX-113

Cindy Burkett

There are some dirty politics right here in my little part of Texas, and the really SAD part of that statement is this; the dirtiest of the bunch are some TEA Party loons, some folks I suspect are from Van Zandt County. Folks that have more money than they do sense and have made serious, and in some cases, successful efforts to unseat people that aren’t even in their district, folks that do NOT represent them.

Since 2013, Cindy has represented District 113 in Dallas County and I, and many others are proud to have Cindy as our Representative in Austin. I am proud to call her my friend.

Read the following, it is an email sent out by another friend, Michael Gallops, Mayor Pro Tem, City of Rowlett and Chair, Precinct 2925 then I have a bit more I want to say about these *carpet baggers* and their *guy* in Van Zandt County.

You may have received a mailer from Jonathan Boos claiming that State Representative Cindy Burkett isn’t pro-life and isn’t conservative. That is an outright lie!

It’s a shame that Jonathan lies about Cindy on his recent mailer. I mean it’s bad enough that he’s a carpet-bagger who moved into the district in September 2015 just so he could run against Cindy.

He actually had a homestead exemption on his DALLAS home right up until he moved into a cheap apartment in Garland. Wouldn’t it have made a lot more sense for him to run against the Democrat in the district he lived in rather than moving out of his hometown to run against a conservative Republican?

Anyways, on his latest mailer he lies and says that HB 2351 wasn’t a pro-life bill when in fact it was supported by the TWO largest pro-life organizations in Texas (Texas Alliance for Life and Texans for Life Coalition). The reality is it was a VERY pro-life bill. In fact you can read the truth about that bill on this website: https://www.texasallianceforlife.org/…/pro…/support-hb-2351/.

Jonathan never mentions that the scorecards he brags about are put together by an ethically challenged lobbyist who purposely skews the scorecards by selectively picking votes to “score”. In fact, they sometimes score what is called a 2nd vote rather than the 3rd and final vote on some bills – and other times count the 3rd vote – when it boosts the handful of candidates they “support – the ones that kowtow to the lobbyists every wish. Continue reading

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