America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- August 8 , 2015 – August 9 , 2015 Remember 9/11 ( Weekend Edition).

Wow! There is quite a fight going on between the Megyn Kelly , Fox News and Donald Trump. It almost appears that the questions asked during the debate were purposely asked to make Bush look good. What do you think?

The EPA has announced that some of its regulators have dumped millions of gallons of toxins into Colorado’s Animas River. Just imagine if that was a private company. Heads would roll and fines would be collected. Who is going to fine the EPA?

Poor Obama. He’s been working so hard he needs a vacation. He’s vacationing at Martha’s Vineyard for 15 or more days to unwind.

Rudeness is not a Republican principle Jonah Goldberg

And Let’s welcome the Iranians! PJ Media

0’s delusions of competence RCP

I was wrong about Schumer… NY Post

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28 Responses to America the Right Way -Staying Vigilant- August 8 , 2015 – August 9 , 2015 Remember 9/11 ( Weekend Edition).

  1. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  2. The Raven says:

    Hillary proposes free college.
    – Something to do in the era of global warming when you don’t have any electricity

  3. The Raven says:

    Morning quote:

    Increasing the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from 0.03 per cent to 0.04 per cent has not caused and is not causing catastrophic runaway global warming. Dishonest references to “97 per cent of scientists” equate a mild warming influence, which most scientists agree with and more importantly can demonstrate, with a catastrophic warming influence – which most don’t agree with and none can demonstrate.

    Alex Epstein in an article by JAMES DELINGPOLE on th big hoax

  4. lysie says:

    Rav, Yankees took a 6 point lead in their division and took it to a 1.5 lead in just a few days.

  5. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

  6. edinva says:

    Molly, it may well be true that Trump is a narcissistic jerk, BUT making comparisons to Obama? Think about it. Trump is not hellbent on fundamentally changing America. He would not be importing hundreds of thousands of illegals into the country to make it more 3rd World, and then thumbing his nose at federal judges who tell him to stop. He wouldn’t be seizing hundreds of thousands of acres to make into parkland, shutting off the Keystone pipeline, or closing down coal mining companies to satisfy his environmentalist constituencies. He certainly wouldn’t be providing hundreds of $millions to the mullahs and eventually letting Iran have the n-bomb. Nor, I assume would he be finding fault with the CMP rather than PP. Trump may brag about his Wharton education, but he hasn’t paid $millions to keep his records sealed. And, maybe best of all, Trump doesn’t need the job to send his wife and kiddies on vacations the likes of which they’d never otherwise have known, at the taxpayers’ expense. I am hard pressed to find comparisons between the two when it comes to how the US is or would be governed.

    Everyone saw how well being a polite gentleman worked out for “W.”

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Yes, I understand what you are saying…I will try to be clearer. I am only comparing the 2 on the scale for narcissistic jerks….not ideology or transformational plans. I think, that, among other things, for the next president we need a wiser, calmer , less bullying, less vindictive hand at the wheel. I do believe these traits can be firmly wedded to a strong belief and confidence in the American system as we cherish it.

    • edinva says:

      Right now we have seventeen – 17 – good to decent GOP candidates (loved Rubio’s line the Dems can’t come up with ONE good one). I’m not even sure who has what it takes to make it thru the primaries, much less what s/he would govern like OR if the person who can make it thru the primaries has what it takes to govern. Conversely, one or more might make a superior president but can’t make it thru the primaries.

      While Trump is ‘over the top’ I don’t see any of the others being forceful and/or fighting back against attacks, except maybe Rand Paul (who’d be roughly at the bottom of my list). The gentlemanly Republican “it’s my turn” thing will be the death of us all. Maybe Trump’s bombast will allow the measured candidate to emerge as appears could happen with Cruz. He’s supposed to be a world-class debater, but I didn’t hear it the other night, even if his time was limited. Maybe he’s playing the tortoise to Trump’s hare? Sit back and let the other(s) wear themselves out?

      (I’m not so sure, and am coming to doubt, that Hillary! will be the D nominee and the D ‘powers that be’ are not going to be inclined toward letting Bernie be their guy. I can see a movement to pressure Fauxcahontas to run, to will bring together the various lefty elements)

    • Molly Pitcher says:

      Hillary IS looking shakey, isn’t she? I agree…we need to find the principled fighter among this class of candidates. And a fighter can be strong, vocal, firm, and the other attributes I wrote about earlier. Reagan-like, I think.Definitely not someone who won’t defend his/her positions, and caves too easily.

  7. tillacum says:

    Good Morning Everyone. Hotter’n blue blazes here in central Texas. Will do a little bit of work in the community garden this a.m.
    Yes, I too think Fox tried to put Trump in a bad light to show Jeb’s prowess, but Jeb didn’t fare too well. He seemed weak.

  8. lysie says:

    Good morning everyone.

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