Saturday, August 5, 2017

Everyone That Donated to McCain, Collins, or Murkowski

Should Sue Their Asses.

And I still can't get over Collins complaining that someone was unattractive.  Does she have a lying sack for a mirror mirror on the wall at home ??

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  1. Class Action Lawsuit against a no-class operation!

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    1. Ed, that'd be Awesum. We should be able to sue these lying bastards. Take them to court and make them tell us what changed that makes their last 17 repeal votes invalid in June 2017. Tighten the screws on these vermin.

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  2. I agree. Though donating to those buffoons in the first place is like stuffing cash down the sewer drain. It floats down there!

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    1. DaBlade, I have Never given a politician a dime other than kicking in 20 to get my MAGA hat to bug the homo at work with.

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    2. Yikes, DaBlade, you're sounding like IT... we all float down here. I don't like throwing out good money after bad anymore than the next guy, but done is done. We won't do it again.

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  3. You no doubt recall that a DC lawyer sued Obama alleging that he is not a natural born citizen of the United States, and therefore ineligible to serve as president. The court threw the case out stating that the lawyer, a private citizen, has no standing in the law to sue ... this is what will happen to this case. Imagine ... “we the people” have no standing before the court. Thinking we all need to join a militia or something. Although I do have to admit that the court would be correct to say, “Look, you idiots voted for these people; a fool and their money is soon parted. Stop whining ...”

    We could counter-argue, "But those bastards lied."

    The court would say, "Well, duh ... they're politicians."

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    1. Mustang, it does seem a catch-22, especially voting for the bastids.

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  4. Susan Collins strikes me as a typical old-fashioned Old Maid –– a kind of person they dont make anymore. She's probably remained pre-orgasmic her entire life. Poor thing! Whenever she opens her mouth to talk she reminds me of a slow-witted little girl. Obviously a product of Special Education.

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    1. FT, man looking women like her is why Amazon sells sex toys.

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  5. WIKI on COLLINS:

    One of six children, Collins was born in Caribou, Maine, where her family has operated a lumber business since 1844. Her parents, Patricia M. Collins (née McGuigan) and Donald F. Collins, each served as mayor of Caribou; her father also served in both houses of the Maine Legislature. Her mother was born in Barrancabermeja, Colombia, to American parents. Collins has English and Irish ancestry. Her uncle, Samuel W. Collins, Jr., sat on the Maine Supreme Judicial Court from 1988 to 1994 and served in the Maine Senate from 1973 to 1984.[6] Collins attended Caribou High School, where she was president of the student council. During her senior year of high school in 1971, Collins was chosen to participate in the U.S. Senate Youth Program, through which she visited Washington, D.C., for the first time and engaged in a two-hour conversation with U.S. Senator Margaret Chase Smith (R-ME). Collins is the first program delegate elected to the Senate and currently holds the seat once held by Smith.

    After graduating from Caribou High School, she continued her education at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York. Like her father before her, she was elected to the Phi Beta Kappa national academic honor society and Collins graduated from St. Lawrence magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in government in 1975.

    Surprisingly, she is NOT an Old Maid. She is 64 years old, but DID marry for the first and only time in 2012. That would make her SIXTY at the time of her first and only wedding. Is it any wonder she still looks, talks and acts like an Old Maid?

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  6. ON COLLINS' 2012 MARRIAGE to TOM DAFFRON:

    Sen. Susan Collins future husband, Thomas Daffron, was once her mentor on Capitol Hill

    One of the most influential Maine political figures you've likely never heard of soon will tie the knot with the woman who will soon be the most powerful politician in the state.

    BY COLIN WOODARD of the PORTLAND PRESS HERALD

    One of the most influential Maine political figures you’ve likely never heard of soon will tie the knot with the woman who will soon be the most powerful politician in the state.

    Sometime next month, somewhere in Maine, Thomas Daffron, 73, will wed three-term Republican U.S. Senator Susan Collins, whom he hired as a 21-year old intern in former Sen. Bill Cohen’s congressional office in 1974.

    In years between, Daffron first acted as a mentor, giving the ambitious and capable young staffer opportunities to use and hone her talents and to learn the often arcane inner workings of Senate. He advised her as she entered electoral politics in her early forties, won their old boss’s seat in Washington in 1996, and quickly rose to be one of the most influential members of a closely divided Senate.

    Their personal union crowns a longstanding professional relationship spanning nearly four decades. It will be her first marriage, his second.

    “Somebody once said that the best person to marry is your best friend,” says Daffron. “This evolved from a working relationship to a friendship when I was working on her campaigns and now to husband and wife.”

    “I’ve known her for a long time, which I think will be beneficial to us in the long run because there will be few surprises, as we know each other’s strengths and weaknesses,” he adds. ...

    OBVIOUSLY A TORRID LOVE MATCH BASED PRMARILY ON SEXUAL ATTRACTION, WOULDN'T YOU SAY?

    Her husband is now SEVENTY-EIGHT. She is SIXTY-FOUR.

    They both have Bill Cohen in their background, and he has the New York Times in his.

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    1. FT< Now I'm sorry I mentioned her. lol

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    2. NAH! The more we know about our adversaries, Kid, the better we can fight 'em. She's a female dork if ever there was one.

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    3. FT, If I were in her voting district, I wouldn't need to know any more than she is a rino to vote against her. But your effort to inform is noteworthy :)

      I only have so much brain space and I don't want this kind of stuff in it. Just me. :)

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    1. Exactly Ed. Why do so many have such trepidation. I will continue to provide perspective. lol

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  8. Kid,
    And I still can't get over Collins complaining that someone was unattractive.

    Hold.

    The.

    Phone.

    Just whom did that old hag with what appears to be St. Vitus Dance (chorea) call "unattractive"?

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    1. AOW, My apologies. With the limited free space left in my brain I just don't hold on to info about people like this very long. :-)

      She looks like an ugly transgender man doesn't she? Good God Y'all.

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    2. Kid,
      She looks like an ugly transgender man doesn't she?

      LOL! Accurate!

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  9. These people are Conservatives like Angela Merkel is a true blue German. A pox on them all. You should hear the truth about how bad the islamist thing in Germany is...my dinners since my German stepson got here are rife with horrors... but, of course, our media doesn't want us to know the truth anymore than Debbie WSchultz wanted the truth about Awan "God forbid he gets nasty ol' racists telling him he shouldn't have stolen classified docs and tried to fled the country!" GeeeeZ!!!

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    1. The list is growing too Z. Sen Flake also of AZ is actually writing an anti-Trump Book. I just don't think it's going to work out well for rinos in Trump friendly states.

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    2. Kid,
      Sen Flake also of AZ is actually writing an anti-Trump Book.

      I've been hearing a lot about that book. And Flake is now the darling of the WaPo for doing do. Sheesh.

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    3. I can't wait until 2018, 2020, 2024. I saw a reasonable looking prediction dems are really going to take in in 2018.

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  10. you do know that Joe Miller- (West Point -army officer- et al ) was winning the Alaska Senatorial election against incumbent--little lisa murkowski --and the RNC-GOP "sent her some > helpers-< " to start a 'write in' --and little lisa "won" --you all have the insider RINOs to thank for murkowski--

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    1. C-CS, I heard that. Even worse than her and collins is mcStain. I believe he votes anti-Trump just for spite.

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    2. Given that Murkowski is still walking around unaided by medical devices, I've lost all my respect for Grizzly Bears.

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    3. Mustang, we can't let Polar Bears off the hook either. Maybe if we could get the bitch to wear a new cologne that smells like seal blubber to the bears.

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  11. Well, I suppose bears do have their self-respect, as well ...

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    1. That's an excellent point. Maybe we could import some huge raccoons up there, they eat garbage.

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