Sunday Toon

Virtually lost whichever one wins, you lose

Then along came Stupid

This clown is an embarrassment to the State of South Carolina. He claims to be a Conservative but one has to doubt he can spell that word. If the public was for it, Graham voted against it.

Lindsey Graham Sees No Hope for GOP in 2016 Race

Our Senator

Sen. Lindsey Graham seems to have lost all hope for the GOP’s chances of winning in 2016.

Speaking on MSNBC Thursday, the former presidential candidate said, “We can lose in 2016 and we probably will.”

Graham voted to give amnesty to illegals, was/is part of that “Gang of Eight” with McCain and Rubio and should join the Democrat Party. He makes Harry Reid look moderate.

“Here’s my concern. Trump gets wiped out. Ted makes it competitive, I don’t know if he can beat [Clinton] or not but at least we’ve got a fighting chance,” he continued.

Graham doesn’t seem to have much confidence in his Senate colleague, but that’s hardly surprising given that he once joked about murdering Ted Cruz on the Senate floor, and said choosing between his colleague from Texas and Donald Trump was “like being shot or poisoned. What does it really matter?”

Nevertheless, he ended up throwing his support behind Cruz as a means of stopping Trump, whom he feels will utterly destroy the Republican Party if he becomes the nominee.

“If Trump is the standard-bearer, it’s not about 2016, it’s about losing the heart and soul of the conservative movement. I’m not going to stand behind a guy that gets David Duke’s support.”

Piggy Report

Bad actors 01O 03/22/2016, Utah has it’s primary.

You will get more of this in Cleveland later on after the primaries are over.

Political Speak

The political circus is heading to Utah. The chief clown is out front pronouncing his desires, likes and hopes, as if the country cares. He had his chances and lost twice.

Mitt Romney Announces He’s Voting for Ted Cruz

Mitt Romney announced on Facebook that he plans on voting for Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Tuesday in Utah’s Republican caucus. In his post, he decried frontrunner Donald Trump’s politics as “Trumpism” instead of Republicanism, and accused this ideology of promoting racism, xenophobia, and violence.


Romney did, however, stop short of explicitly endorsing Cruz. He expressed admiration for Kasich, but does not think that he’s capable of stopping Trump.

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Big choice

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The plan

Snowflakes hiding from the world

They were terrified, offended, hurt and crying. However they will survive in the real world is a question they are going to have to confront, the poor things.

Pitt Students ‘In Tears’ and Feeling ‘Unsafe’ After Milo Yiannopoulos Event

Pitt studentsThe University of Pittsburgh’s Student Government Board held a public meeting on Tuesday to discuss the traumatizing visit the night before from “dangerous” homosexual and Breitbart Tech Editor Milo Yiannopoulos, during which students described themselves as feeling “hurt” and “unsafe.”

“During his talk, Yiannopoulos called students who believe in a gender wage gap ‘idiots,’ declared the Black Lives Matter movement a ‘supremacy’ group, while feminists are ‘man-haters,’” according to the student paper The Pitt News, prompting a handful of twenty-something-year olds to feel upset.

“Just because we have to be neutral with our funding doesn’t mean we’re personally neutral,” announced board member Jack Heidecker at the meeting. “I hurt yesterday, too.”

“So many of us shared in our pain. I felt I was in danger, and I felt so many people in that room were in danger,” proclaimed Marcus Robinson, student and president of the Pittsburgh Rainbow Alliance. Robinson also suggested that councilors should have been provided in another room to protect students who felt “traumatized” by Yiannopoulos’s opinions.

“This is more than hurt feelings, this is about real violence. We know that the violence against marginalized groups happens every day in this country,” claimed social work and urban studies major Claire Matway. “That so many people walked out of that [event] feeling in literal physical danger is not alright.”

President of the College Republicans and fellow student Tim Nerozzi responded to the complaints by proclaiming, “I’m not here to rain on your parade. We put a trigger warning on our fliers for the event. We never claimed it would be a family friendly or a politically correct lecture.”

“I do realize that some people were genuinely hurt, and I’m not going to ignore that, but free speech should not trump safety,” he said. “We need to see the school work around that.” [snip]

My knee spasms violently at the thought of these hot house flowers withering under that blast of “FREE SPEECH” howling through and around the auditorium.
Why, they may never recover from such exposure.
It may be incumbent upon the University to make sure that after graduation, there is sheltered transportation from the school to their parents basement where they can retire in solitude for the rest of their lives.