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Nobody likes “regulations” until your drinking water is filled with hog feces

Filed in National by on September 12, 2018 2 Comments
Nobody likes “regulations” until your drinking water is filled with hog feces

When Republicans carry on about how “regulations” and say that eneed to be “cut” because “the economy.” Please ask them to be specific. Because more often than not they are talking about cutting regulations that are designed to do things like deal with the millions of gallons of untreated sewage produced by industrial hog farms.

The heavy rain expected from Hurricane Florence could flood hog manure pits, coal ash dumps and other industrial sites in North Carolina, creating a noxious witches’ brew of waste that might wash into homes and threaten drinking water supplies.

Computer models predict more than 3 feet of rain in the eastern part of the state, a fertile low-lying plain veined by brackish rivers with a propensity for escaping their banks. Longtime locals don’t have to strain their imaginations to foresee what rain like that can do. It’s happened before.

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Dowding Down for Another “L”

Filed in National by on September 12, 2018 2 Comments

Can we get a crowd source fact check on this? It makes no sense, but then again we are talkig about the Kent County GOP.

After getting her ass kicked by David Anderson in the Republican primary for the 31st, fellow insane black Republican Jean Dowding is running a write-in campaign for the honor of losing to Sean Lynn.

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Never forget

Filed in National by on September 11, 2018 18 Comments
Never forget

…I know it’s 9/11 and I can tell you right now, that there is nothing better than how this country has changed for the better. Under that monkey Obama I would never have been able to outright tell an idiot on welfare to go get a job or better yet yell at a queer at Starbucks to leave the country and go to that socialist failing dystopia in Europe you love so much. Shit the other day I cheered when they called the cops on those two “African americans” sucking on free wifi and not buying shit. You know damn well “they” just go in there to cause trouble and stick their chins out about how it’s their store.  

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There are no “undecideds” in Florida

Filed in National by on September 9, 2018 3 Comments
There are no “undecideds” in Florida

It will all come down to turn out.

Republicans have always known it. Democrats are learning it.

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Blue Wave Watch – Delaware

Filed in National by on September 9, 2018 28 Comments
Blue Wave Watch – Delaware

“Tossup, or D Pickup?”

That’s the main question to answer when looking at the November matchups. Some candidates are good and some are weak, but this election day, unlike any other, will come down to voter engagement. Right now all early signs point to the fact that “R Pickup” isn’t a high probability outcome in any race.

Primary day turnout is instructive. 83,000 Democratic voters were moved to vote in the primary. Meanwhile, Republican turnout went from nearly 70,000 voters in the 2016 primary to just under 38,000 on Thursday.

Importantly, the Harris campaign and other primary candidates focused on reaching new voters, young people, and people of color. Keeping those new voters and adding to their ranks may not be difficult given Trump’s poll ratings in Delaware. (Approve:36 Disapprove: 58 No Opinion:6.)

Those numbers, and the bloody flag being waved by President Obama, allow EVERY Democrat in every race to make Trump an issue in this election. That will push Republicans to either run toward or away from the President. A Kevin Hensley (for example) running toward Trump provides ammunition for his challenger and increases Dem turnout. A “nice polite Republican” like Hensley running away from the Cheeto provides the GOP nuts an excuse to stay home.

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November Election Matchups Set – Part 2 The RDs

Filed in National by on September 7, 2018 56 Comments

STATE REP DIS 4: GERALD BRADY (D) UNOPPOSED
D Hold

STATE REP DIS 5: KENDRA JOHNSON (D) UNOPPOSED
D Hold

STATE REP DIS 6: DEBRA HEFFERNAN* (D) JEFFERY OLMSTEAD (R)
D Hold

STATE REP DIS 7: RAYMOND SEIGFRIED (D) ERIC BRAUNSTEIN (R)
D Hold…but they’re both basically the same guy.

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November Election Matchups Set – Part 1

Filed in Delaware, Featured by on September 7, 2018 35 Comments

UNITED STATES SENATOR: THOMAS R CARPER* (D) ROBERT B ARLETT (R)
Not competitive. D Hold

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS: LISA BLUNDT ROCHESTER* (D) SCOTT WALKER (R)
OMG…THE DEGOP pines for the days of Mike Protack. Not competitive. D Hold

ATTORNEY GENERAL: KATHLEEN JENNINGS (D) BERNARD PEPUKAYI (R)
Jennings wasn’t my pick but her TV ads sounded pretty good. Dem Hold

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NYT’s Jonathan Martin Clowns Coons

Filed in National by on September 5, 2018 5 Comments
NYT’s Jonathan Martin Clowns Coons

“This (contested primaries) is relatively new to us and it means that a younger generation of candidates view themselves as not being willing to work their way up through elections and they want to go straight for primarying our most senior elected official,” said Senator Chris Coons, who took Mr. Biden’s seat after serving on the county council.

1) I thought Coons was chummy with the media?

2) It still kills me when Coons & Carper talk about “The Delaware Way” like it is a good thing. It is like listening to some Catholic Priests talking about how close they are with the parish’s alter boys.

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Breaking: Mike Pence Wrote the New York Times Editorial

Filed in Satire by on September 5, 2018 20 Comments
Breaking: Mike Pence Wrote the New York Times Editorial

Several days ago Vice President Mike Pence used an intermediary to contact New York Times op-ed page editor Jim Dao.

Through the go-between, Mike Pence expressed interest in writing an explosive piece for the paper, describing a “resistance” to President Trump within the government that works overtime to protect the United States from the president’s worst impulses.

The result, published on the New York Times’ website on Wednesday, prompted speculation all across Washington about who the official is until it became obvious to everyone that it was Mike Pence.

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This is what momentum looks like: Part 2

Filed in National by on September 5, 2018 16 Comments
This is what momentum looks like: Part 2

Kerri lives in Kent County, works in New Castle County, and advocates in Sussex County. Kerri is a working person, parent, and someone who is constantly improving.

Here’s some of the stats on this race:

– We’ve communicated with over 100,000 voters in Delaware

– We’ve raised over $175,000 (which was ahead of our goal and allowing us to increase our budget and reach out to even more voters!)

– We’ve developed over 800 volunteers

– We’ve been averaging 2-3 press hits a day over these past few months (we even had to get a bigger venue for tomorrow’s election night watch party to accommodate all the press and volunteers coming)

– Kerri won the debate with Sen. Carper (even his supporters told me Kerri won)

What was once impossible, is now inevitable.

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Will Tom Carper’s “Keep Turn Out Low” Strategy Pay Off?

Filed in National by on September 5, 2018 28 Comments
Will Tom Carper’s “Keep Turn Out Low” Strategy Pay Off?

Obviously, I hope Carper’s strategy of keeping primary voter turnout low blows up in his face. Not only because he will lose if new voters come out tomorrow, but also it will mark a turning point in Democratic Party strategy. Unlike DC-based politicians, insurgent Democrats see that the way to beat Republicans in November is […]

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Ayanna Pressley Defeats Longtime Representative Mike Capuano in MA Democratic Primary Upset – Tom Carper, You are Next

Filed in National by on September 4, 2018 8 Comments
Ayanna Pressley Defeats Longtime Representative Mike Capuano in MA Democratic Primary Upset – Tom Carper, You are Next

In a major upset, Representative Michael Capuano has conceded to Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley in the Democratic primary for Massachusetts’s 7th District. Though results were coming in slowly and the race had yet to be called, Capuano conceded just 80 minutes after polls closed.

Pressley challenged Capuano, who has been in Congress since 1998, from the left, and the race drew comparisons to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s upset victory over Congressman Joe Crowley – particularly after Ocasio-Cortez endorsed Pressley.

We’re coming for you Tom. You have more in common with Mitch McConnell than you have with ANY of your Delaware constituents, and you fucking flaunt it. It ends Thursday.

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I agree with Trump

Filed in National by on September 4, 2018 1 Comment
I agree with Trump

Jeff Sessions is a “dumb Southerner.”

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