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Wednesday, November 21, 2012


That didn’t take long —Obama reverses himself on Israel
A true man of his word until he goes back on it.
We’re Doomed! Again!
Not so fast.
Another Version of the Benghazi Talking Points Story
What version are we up to now? I forget.
Krauthammer: Hamas "Very Adept At The Pornography Of Grief"
Collateral damage no biggie for Hamas.
More Americans Will Use Food Stamps For Thanksgiving This
Year Than Ever Before

Not much of a surprise, is this?
Church of England votes against women bishops
Time to call Gloria Allred.
Twinkies maker continues plans to liquidate
Rumors that Romney is buying Hostess are unfounded.
New ‘Kardashians’
Too dishy not to share and something to talk about at the table tomorrow.
Posted by raucous demand. Share recipes you love, your mother handed down or one you picked up from a magazine in the dentist's office. Come cook with your Ldotter family and feel free to chat.
Must Reads for Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Yesterday's Must-Reads for those who missed.
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Outrage or Genius? Trump Refuses to
Accept Results of Election in Third Debate

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PJ Media, by Roger L. Simon    Original Article
Posted By: steveW- 10/20/2016 2:42:34     Post Reply
Donald Trump is more similar to the Founders of our country than anyone who has run for the presidency in my lifetime. What?! What?! Didn´t Trump just jump an entire school of sharks in the third debate, saying he didn´t know if he would accept the outcome of the election. Isn´t he finished? Are you out of your bloody mind, Simon? Okay, maybe, it wouldn´t be the first time... but hear me out. Put briefly: If Donald Trump believes—as many of us do—that the FBI is corrupt, the Justice Department is corrupt, the other party is hiring violent paid thugs to disrupt his




Is Fox News Losing Credibility
Among Republicans?

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Legal Insurrection, by Kemberlee Kaye     Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 10/21/2016 11:36:56     Post Reply
Through the course of this election cycle, Fox News has become as unwatchable as its left-leaning counter-networks and it seems I’m not the only person to make such an observation. New data from YouGov BrandIndex released Thursday explored Fox News’ brand value. Long touted as the Republican alternative to network news, Fox News viewers are increasingly disenchanted with the “we report, you decide” moniker. (Snip) Brand value might be plummeting, but Fox is still cleaning up the table in cable network ratings, where only ESPN has an edge. Disenchantment with Fox News mirrors deep factions in the Republican electorate. Many-a-Fox

Could Hillary´s smile cost her the election?
Twitter mocks Clinton´s ´creepy grandma´
grin as she smirks her way through
presidential debate

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Daily Mail (UK), by Jennifer Smith    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 10/20/2016 6:49:14     Post Reply
With her opponent dogged by accusations of sexual assault, Hillary Clinton had strong odds as she entered the third presidential debate on Wednesday. Only one thing seemed to threaten her chances of victory: her smile. The Democratic candidate faced a flood of insults as she took to the stage at the University of Las Vegas, with many viewers confessing they were ´creeped out´ by her stubborn grin.Hundreds took to Twitter to describe her smile as ´scary´ and ´creepy´. Scroll down for video (Photo/Video) Others questioned why, when being slammed with insults from her opponent, her expression did not drop. ´Hillary

For Trump, a solid debate performance
disappears in an instant

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Washington Examiner, by Byron York    Original Article
Posted By: Drive- 10/20/2016 7:52:40     Post Reply
LAS VEGAS — Standing in a garish hotel lobby, casino music pounding, a Republican who has worked hard to help Donald Trump couldn´t quite believe how the final presidential debate had ended just a couple of hours earlier. "He had a home run going — a home run — and then he p****d it away in ten seconds," the person said. "Could he just try to win? Just f—-king try to win?" The Republican was referring, of course, to Trump´s refusal to promise that he will abide by the results of the election, should he lose. "I will look at it at

´Such a nasty woman´: Trump is under fire
after launching savage personal attacks
on Clinton during fiery debate

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Daily Mail [UK], by Chris Summers    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 10/20/2016 8:22:40     Post Reply
Donald Trump was criticized after he described Hillary Clinton as ´such a nasty woman´ during last night´s debate in Las Vegas. Trump interrupted the Democratic candidate as she was answering a complicated question about social security and Medicare. She said: ´I am on record as saying that we need to put more money into the Social Security trust fund - that´s part of my commitment to raise taxes on the wealthy. ´My Social Security payroll contribution will go up, as will Donald´s, assuming he can´t figure out how to get out of it,´ Clinton added, taking a dig at Trump´s record of

Such a nasty woman
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American Thinker, by Jay Marsolo    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 10/20/2016 2:48:20     Post Reply
At the end of the debate, while Hillary was droning on with snippets rehearsed, Trump gave the best description of Hillary. He said, "Such a nasty woman." Who could disagree with that? She is nasty and a woman. On substance and manner, Trump was clearly the winner. Hillary gave her usual robotic answers sprinkled with cheap shots, which is her preparation for the past week. Trump brought out that the violence at his rally in Chicago and other rallies was caused by operatives of the Clinton campaign. Hillary did not deny it. On the Middle East disaster in Syria, Iraq, Iran,




Bill Kristol Works Himself Into Screaming Fit,
Insisting Trump Is a ‘Fluke’ and Not
Representative of GOP

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Mediaite, by Sam Reisman    Original Article
Posted By: JoniTx- 10/20/2016 1:21:47 PM     Post Reply
Bill Kristol worked himself into a screaming fit on Morning Joe Thursday, insisting that the Republican nominee was a mere “fluke” and not truly representative of the party. Despite the fact that Trump fairly won the nomination and currently enjoys the widespread support of Republicans, Kristol, the #NeverTrump stalwart, asserted that he was not at all indicative of the GOP. Trump was a “fluke,” who won the nomination in a “flukey way,” Kristol said. When Mika Brzezinski challenged him on that point, noting the overwhelming support he received from Republican voters, the Weekly Standard editor lashed out: “Okay, fine! You

Republicans pile on Trump for
claiming election is ‘rigged’

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New York Post, by David K. Li    Original Article
Posted By: Ribicon- 10/19/2016 10:58:19 PM     Post Reply
A growing chorus of Republicans from across the country are telling Americans that the voting system is secure, despite Donald Trump’s unsubstantiated claims of a “rigged” election. “Look, to say that elections are rigged and all these votes are stolen, that’s like saying we never landed on the moon, frankly,” Ohio Gov. John Kasich told “CBS This Morning” on Wednesday. “That’s how silly it is.” (Snip) Earlier this week, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) said there’s “no evidence” that dark forces are out to steal next month’s election. “This election is not being rigged,” Rubio said during a debate Monday.

Where´s Bill when you need him? Melania stares
daggers into Hillary at charity dinner - before
Trump cracks a joke at her expense about
Michelle Obama plagiarism row

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Daily Mail [UK], by Hannah Parry    Original Article
Posted By: Attercliffe- 10/21/2016 12:20:22     Post Reply
No fewer than 24 hours after they traded blows at the final presidential debate, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced one another again on Thursday as they attended a white tie charity dinner. But while Trump´s wife Melania stood by the Republican candidate as he cracked jokes about his rival, Bill Clinton was nowhere to be seen. And she could have done with the backup. Not only could the candidates barely stand to look one another in the eye as they arrived for the Al Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in New York, but Melania also had a death

Tim Kaine: ´Spanish Was the Language
of Our Country Before English´

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PJ Media, by Tyler O´Neil    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 10/19/2016 6:42:55 PM     Post Reply
In an interview on the Spanish-language show "Noticias Telemundo," Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, the Democrat nominee for vice president, said that Spanish was the language of America before English. Kaine has often given speeches in Spanish, and on Sunday he gave a sermon entirely in Spanish at Pneuma Church in Miami, Fla. "Latino culture is one of the most important things in our country right now because we have had Hispanic roots since the beginning. ... Spanish was the language of our country before English," Kaine told Telemundo host José Díaz-Balart on Monday, according to a translated transcript. "It´s important to remember

AG Lynch Rails Against Corruption:
Says It Undermines Citizens´ Belief
in Their Elected Officials

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Cybercast News Service, by Susan Jones    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 10/20/2016 12:15:33 PM     Post Reply
Speaking in Rome, Italy on Thursday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch told a group of leaders and law enforcement officials that "fighting corruption in all of its forms" is a vital mission of the U.S. Justice Department. "And like many of you, I have seen firsthand how corruption, at bottom, is about breaking trust. It is about undermining citizens’ belief in their elected officials. (Snip) Lynch continued: "What is at stake is not just a sum of money or a single contract: it is the public’s trust that one set of rules apply to all of its members, that we have




YouGov: Paul Ryan’s favorable rating among
Republicans drops 28 points — in a week

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Hot Air, by Allahpundit    Original Article
Posted By: KarenJ1- 10/19/2016 7:13:12 PM     Post Reply
A sneak preview at the coming Republican civil war if things go sideways tonight and the election produces a blowout. According to YouGov’s Will Jordan, Ryan’s net favorable rating within his own party stood at +23 a week or so ago. Then, after the “Access Hollywood” tape was revealed, Ryan told House Republicans that he’ll no longer defend Trump or campaign with him. Trump spent the following week needling Ryan on Twitter and at his rallies for not showing the same support for him as Democratic pols showed for Clinton. That culminated in Trumpers chanting “Paul Ryan sucks” at a


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