Thursday, September 29, 2016

Post Debate Analysis

I am taking orders for my 2017 Art by Cassiday wall calendars now. If you'd like one, email me at * * * * * * * ** * In the Presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Trump said the fact that he paid no income taxes in certain years we know about, "makes me smart." About an hour later, he denied saying that. Trump said he's very proud of never admitting guilt when he was sued for racial discrimination. Something to be proud of, I guess. I do not want a President who spouts gibberish about nuclear policy. I'm just saying..................For all Donald Trump's ranting about bringing back law and order this and law and order that, I'd like to point out that Law and Order is on like 5 cable channels virtually 24/'s not that hard to find. In an attempt to stem charges of his sexism, Donald Trump today said Chris Christie was too fat to be Vice-President. "Mike Pence is a buff sort of looking guy," Trump said. "Christie is an abominable fat mess." And finally,coming out of the debate, Donald Trump is market testing new talking points which include 1) Hillary has a fat ass and 2) Bill Clinton cheated on her. To me, these don't seem all that effective in appealing to women or on-the-fence voters. I'm just saying.......* * * * * * * * * * Stephen Colbert on police shootings of unarmed black people: No matter how many times we do nothing, it keeps on happening. * * * * * * * * Mike Riley on Nebraska football players kneeling during the national anthem: "Michael (Rose -Ivey) approached me about it. He wanted to talk to the team, so we set a time this morning after one of our walk throughs. I didn’t know anyone else was going to do it. Obviously, this is a choice they have made for personal reasons and that’s the beautiful thing about the United States that they can do that.” That sounds just about right, Coach Riley. Pretty classy. * * * * * * * * * *Anybody notice that Saudi Arabia decided to cut back on oil production on the same day Congress overrode President Obama's veto of a bill to allow US citizens to sue Saudi Arabia re. 9-11-2001........ probably not a coincidence. The Senate majority leader today expressed second thoughts about their override of this bill allowing US citizens to sue Saudi Arabia for the 9-11-2001 attack and blamed President Obama for not adequately explaining to them the problems in a bill Congress passed, the President vetoed, and they overrode. You can't make this stuff up.


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