Friday, November 13, 2015



Temecula, CA – This election cycle has to be one that will be remembered. Bernie Sanders' state cops still haven't killed any citizens at press time and Billary is up to her usual political dirty tricks. She even signaled her victory for a rare shot just to send a nut sac finger-thump to her male opponents. 

Given this picture was taken two years ago proves the bitch is a witch, or somebody also has a sharp wit and long memory.

Here's a successful recipe for getting no one to watch a political debate: Schedule it for late on a Saturday night. Not convinced you've killed off your entire viewership? Then be sure to put it smack dab in the middle of a really important football game.

Unfortunately for Democrats, that's the exact position that the second Democratic debate is in. Saturday evening's debate at the University of Des Moines will be held at 8 p.m. local time, notably creating a big conflict for any Iowa Hawkeyes fans, who will be an hour into watching their team's showdown against their top regional rivals, the Minnesota Golden Gophers.

The winner of that game — which pits the undefeated Hawkeyes against Gophers hungry for a chance at redemption — will take home the coveted "Floyd of Rosedale," which is a trophy shaped like a bronze pig. So basically, it's the sort of game that no self-respecting Hawkeyes fan is going to want to miss. [And don't you miss The Fugitive Commissioner's in-depth sports report covering the outcome - Ed]

"It's just gonna be you, and me, and the pundits, and a few other people watching," one Democratic political strategist, Bob Shrum, noted wryly to National Review. In fact, some conspiratorial Democrats think this is all rather convenient, and that the debate was intentionally set for game night in Iowa because of DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. By airing the debate during an inconvenient time, male underdogs Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley will have less of a chance to gain supporters among supposed debate viewers.

"It's an embarrassment. It's so Machiavellian and calculating," an anonymous "prominent Obama bundler" complained to National Review.

Iowa is the first state in the nation to pick its preference for a candidate — its caucus will be held on February 1, 2016.

(Story source – Jeva Lange)

For those who do watch, here's everything you need to know or do. Stay aware!!

Update: With the still unfolding tragedy happening in France, will the Debate be postponed out of respect? Stay tuned, this is a developing story.

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