March 24, 2016

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Comment by I am yuuuge in Burma
2016-03-24 03:29:46

Read somewhere….

The GOP is Chipotle. It’s making the customers sick. LOL

Die Chipotle! Die GOP!

Comment by rms
2016-03-24 04:51:16

Go buy a house, drink lots of water and get some rest.

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Comment by The Central Scrutinizer
2016-03-24 09:09:29

Donald probably owes them money.

Comment by Obama Goons
2016-03-24 12:01:06

Hillaryous is unelectable.

Comment by CalifoH20
2016-03-24 10:01:36

Trump is the E.coli.

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 13:51:55

Free guac!

Comment by I am yuuuge in Burma
2016-03-24 03:37:05

Jokes write themselves.

Amerikka, what a ….!

Emory University president says students are scared and ‘in pain’ after someone wrote ‘Trump 2016′ in chalk on campus

Comment by GDLipschitz
2016-03-24 05:53:55

This crystallizes another on of the reasons I support Trump. He’s a dog whistle for the whiners and crazy PC crowd. Despite PC running amok in our institutions, you cannot be penalized for supporting a political candidate. And if they try to discriminate against you based on your politics there is a big fat settlement waiting and maybe firing for those who instigate it.

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 07:35:26

Your arrogant deity is hated about as much as Hillary is hated. Your gods will each get under 30% of all eligible votes in November. if they are the nominees.

And the winner will be hated far more in the first 20 months of office, including by some of you idiots who vote for them.

George Carlin: “if you vote you have no right to complain.”

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 05:56:46

Precious little hothouse orchids are going to get their asses kicked once they leave their safe spaces and go out into the real world.

Comment by In Colorado
2016-03-24 09:33:53

I’m sure they’ll do a fine job making high calorie coffee drinks for people with real jobs.

Comment by Jake
2016-03-24 06:18:04

In pain….. Skeeerd! :mrgreen:

Comment by Combotechie
2016-03-24 06:31:00

For those who can endure the pain, here’s a link to the article …

(Fortify yourself, the words are brutal.)

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Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 07:23:32

The radicals on campus this time appear to be Trump supporters.

File this under “Radicalism for me, but not for thee”.

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Comment by palmetto
2016-03-24 07:03:32

Angry old white men! Angry old white men! Oh, wait, uh…

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 06:39:05

Maybe the so-called men in our society need to harden up and start acting like bona-fide members of the male species.

Comment by phony scandals
2016-03-24 07:09:31

Fear the Chalk

Comment by palmetto
2016-03-24 07:33:26

LOL, I remember when Maury Povich did a show on weird phobias back in the day. Not just garden variety fear of spiders and snakes. They had people on with psychotic aversions to things like shampoo and gift wrap and stuff like that. And they’d take one of the guests and approach him or her with whatever it was that drove them into psychosis, and the person would go into a frenzy of gibbering fear, terror, even grief. And it sure didn’t look or sound like acting to me.

This sort of thing sometimes happens to little kids, but they usually grow out of it.

Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 08:39:14

“Fear The Chalk”

A great alias for someone to use on HBB! Any takers out there?

Well done, phony.

Comment by Jake
2016-03-24 08:42:39

How’d you get the dogs up on the mountain?

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Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 09:22:17


I don’t own any beasts of any type. Maybe one day when I can provide the needed attention.

Comment by San Diego RE Bear
2016-03-24 04:52:04

0 Zero


Happy Birthday Ben!

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Comment by San Diego RE Bear
2016-03-24 04:54:46

Got the card off late - should be there by tomorrow - and there’s a thank you for the blog included.

Hope you have a great year!

Comment by GDLipschitz
2016-03-24 05:30:07

Very nice, Happy Birthday Ben.

Comment by palmetto
2016-03-24 05:50:30

B-b-b-but, Donald Trump?

Just kidding. Happy Birthday, Ben!

Comment by Retire by 45
2016-03-24 06:41:11

Happy birthday!

Buying a house takes years from your life, but reading this blog adds life to your years.

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 07:38:33

Ns saves you a lot of money.

The best revenge against management who treat you like an idiot is to be debt free and more financially free than they will ever be. Just a personal experience that happened to me yesterday.

Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 08:53:19

Happy Birthday, Ben!

May your year ahead be an easy one, and bring numerous days on contentment.

Comment by GDLipschitz
2016-03-24 05:47:49

I thought 0 day was for sure going to be the day Professor came out of the closet as Rosie O’Donnell.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 05:57:49

I thought he was Richard Simmons.

Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 08:01:38

It’s far more likely that he is actually “a brother from another mother”. As in one individual posting under two monikers.

There very likely is yet another alias Prof uses beside those we already know: GetStucco, Cantankerous and Prof Bear. Another alias - and a very well known one, too - that has yet to be brought to light.

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 20:45:40

I look forward to being friends of you peole and on good terms when you realize you have nvbeen fooled by your deity.

I forgive you in advance.

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Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 21:00:44

I look forward to the Trumplings crying and whining when they find out the national electorate won’t go for their crass diety.

Comment by Red Pill
2016-03-24 22:52:41

Say the two who worship the god of Globalism and Multiculturalism.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 05:48:21
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Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 05:53:26

Central bankers are getting nervous as the sheeple wake up to their chicanery and swindles against the 99%.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 05:55:29

Home prices have outstripped the ability of most ‘Muricans to pay for them given the employment options in our Obama-Fed-Goldman Sachs “recovery.” This can’t last.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 05:59:09

Meanwhile, in the REAL economy (as opposed to Wall Street’s rigged casino)…

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 06:01:34

How long can Chinese embezzlers and money launderers keep propping up the US and Canadian housing markets? How long can China allow such a vast capital flight?

Comment by frankie
2016-03-24 06:21:04

Longer than you’d think was possible.

Comment by In Colorado
2016-03-24 08:20:27

How long can China allow such a vast capital flight?

Until they run out of cash?

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 06:03:13

Once again the various Fed heads are jawboning about tightening. I wonder how much their Wall Street cohorts make off currency manipulation and betting on insider information?

Comment by phony scandals
2016-03-24 06:52:18


Dear ‘Men’ Who Vote Bernie Sanders: You’re not Men at All..

Courtney Kirchoff Tuesday March 15 2016


Dear ‘men’ who aren’t actually men but perpetual boys,

Months ago I penned an open letter to real men (Screw Off, Feminists: An Open Letter to Men from a Real Woman). I wrote that letter with great care, honoring a certain kind of man. One who has ambition, self-worth, confidence, and valor is a man worth commemorating–by both women and society. Truth is we do not support men like this often enough. We can and we should cherish men who exhibit traditionally masculine characteristics. They have made the world what it is today. I raise my glass to you gents. I’ve even made you a sandwich.

But on the flip side of these strapping, rugged men there’s you. A Bernie Sanders sycophant with not quite enough self-worth to fill an egg cup. Or a teaspoon. Certainly not enough to fill your bong. Take a good long puff before you read the rest of this, it’s not going to get any better. I’m not going to make you a sandwich either. May I recommend a Hot Pocket?

But you, who votes socialist, are telling the world you’d rather take from people who do the hunting, for you cannot. You are, for all intents and purposes, a wimp. In days of yore, you would’ve been driven out of the tribe. You would have held the entire tribe back. Because you just didn’t feel like going out and hunting. You didn’t feel like gathering. Meh. It’s too hard, you would’ve said. It’s not fair that Thor has bigger muscles than you. It’s not fair that Liam runs faster. It’s not fair that Ulrich has a bigger spear. It’s just not fair.

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Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 07:13:27

Can you picture Pajama Boy being drafted to fight in the neocon wars Hillary is going to get us into?

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 07:40:22

Or that the arrogant bully will get us into.

Comment by CalifoH20
2016-03-24 17:42:56

Who can get us into the most wars and spend the most money?

A. Trump
B. Hillary

Make America Great Again, raise our taxes like 1960!

Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 07:33:30

Similarly, a real woman doesn’t prove her independence by relying on Big Government.

It’s always interesting how “I Am Woman, Hear Me Roar” women have willingly shifted their dependency on men to dependency on government.

Independent women? No woman in favor of Big Government is ever independent. Rather, she seeks to have an entity sanctify her neediness and greed.

Comment by Retire by 45
2016-03-24 07:45:05

Red Pill

Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 08:16:55

Dependent woman love Big Government because it allows them to get what they want and stick it to men simultaneously.

Together, dependent women and Big Government act as a syndicate. Continue to disparage men, and in return for the favor, we’ll loot them on your behalf.

Nowhere in the deal are women expected to fend for themselves. They don’t want to, and Big Government doesn’t want them to.

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Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 08:18:06

Men on Strike.

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Comment by In Colorado
2016-03-24 09:30:50

I don’t think men are “on strike”, because there are no demands being made as a condition for returning to the plantation; because men in growing numbers don’t want to go back.

What is happening is a new paradigm, one where marriage is simply becoming obsolete: the majority of adults are now single and the percentage rises to 70%+ for those under the age of 35. Marriage is becoming the province of tradcons and the rich, for everyone else it is becoming an anachronism, a relic from the past.

Being a single mother is quickly becoming the new normal. In fact narratives are being scripted which say that it’s better to be raised by a single mother than by two parents.

Comment by Retire by 45
2016-03-24 09:51:06

Men On Strike is the title of the Dr. Helen Smith book.

Comment by In Colorado
2016-03-24 14:44:10

Men On Strike is the title of the Dr. Helen Smith book.

Yes, I have heard of the book, and she’s wrong. Men are not on strike, that would imply that they still want to get married, but want a better deal.

Men are done with marriage.

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 19:27:09

The good thing about me. On strike is its premise that the courts are always biased.

The bad thing is when some of those men start discussing religion as a basis of their strike. That a woman must have a traditional role and be subordinate. Thee are a lot of women who don’t want that tradition. There are a lot of atheist men who like the idea of equal work for equal pay, but don’t like marriage.

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 20:47:10

“The good thing about men on strike” is what I meant.

Comment by oxide
2016-03-24 07:58:24

“Similarly, a real woman doesn’t prove her independence by relying on Big Government.”

Hey, I resemble that remark, sort of.

Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 08:46:02

You’re an interesting dichotomy, oxide.

An observation, not an accolade nor a putdown.

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Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 09:14:15


One day, I hope you (once again?) live in flyover for a decade or two.

Yeah, flyover is rough and tumble at times, but it’s not treacherous. You know this.

I also think you’d do quite well fending for yourself. You have the moxie and the needed intelligence. I believe you’d find considerable joy in discovering how many really decent people there are out there.

Don’t let your “prevention” role in DC negatively color your view of people in general.

Much of the time, the behavior of others doesn’t need to be prevented. Rather, it needs to be encouraged.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 06:53:59

What killed the middle class? (beside bending over for the oligarchy).

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 06:55:31

CNBC analysts don their Captain Obvious costumes.

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Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 07:11:00

Yellen the Felon has zero credibility after she chickened out on a rate rise last month.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 07:24:17

How refreshing when a citizen who knows his rights stands up for them in the face of arbitrary authority, instead of meekly bending over like 95% of ‘Muricans.

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 07:25:53

Another reason why I think voter turnout will be lower than normal this year:

Neither one is liked by most intelligent people.

Comment by palmetto
2016-03-24 07:35:19

Dollar Bill!

Comment by GDLipschitz
2016-03-24 07:50:39

You are not allowed to curse the darkness. You don’t vote and don’t care about anyone but yourself. It’s proudly in your screen name “Selfish”. Based on your “screw everyone else, I’ll do what I want” philosophy you should be ecstatic over either.

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 08:01:47

So tell me that at gunpoint Adolph!” Sheesh. “You are not allowed.” SMH

Comment by palmetto
2016-03-24 08:01:49

Ah, go easy on the old boy. He had a rough time yesterday and is looking for someone to direct a little messianic anger at.

Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 08:33:01

Selfish already has said that he made big coin toiling in support of government contractors.

Thus, in other words, he already gave at the office.

Now that he has his, he expects everyone to abide by his newly-rediscovered Boomer idealism.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 07:28:23

London, the global epicenter of financial fraud, better not run out of Russian oligarchs, Gulf Arab playboys, or Chinese embezzlers to prop up its housing bubble.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 07:32:16

Brace for impact.“-greatest-crash-your-life-just-ahead…”-–-harry-dent-warns

Comment by palmetto
2016-03-24 07:42:31

He’s probably right this time, but to be fair, Harry Dent has been saying that for decades.

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 07:43:20

Yeah and that same a$$clown said gold will go to $700 per ounce in 2015.

Comment by MacBeth
2016-03-24 08:35:41

Harry Dent makes his living off of doomsaying.

Laughs his way to the bank.

Comment by palmetto
2016-03-24 08:53:33

True dat.

Comment by Puggs
2016-03-24 11:59:36

Ever notice how last names fit with persons profile?

Harry can’t make a dent in getting predictions right.
Bernie Madoff with everyone’s money.
Rabbi Jonathan Cahn’ed everyone thinking the end of the financial world was coming last year.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
Comment by The Central Scrutinizer
2016-03-24 09:48:41

Think Ms. Yellen won’t destroy you?

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 08:07:39

How much toxic flooring is going to have to be ripped out of new homes?

Comment by rj chicago
2016-03-24 09:10:51

On deck - Chicago…….


Comment by CalifoH20
2016-03-24 10:08:47

It all goes to administrators and their bloated pensions. Kids get nada.

Comment by Jake
2016-03-24 11:58:05

The bulk of the cash goes to overpaid teachers and their bloated pensions.

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Comment by The Central Scrutinizer
2016-03-24 09:31:27

Things are…. different up here:

Comment by palmetto
2016-03-24 09:52:39

Wolverines. Doing the jobs St. Bernards won’t do.

Comment by Donald Trump
2016-03-24 09:50:16

We pay a disproportionate share of the cost of N.A.T.O. Why? It is time to renegotiate, and the time is now!

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 21:02:39

Why do you hate women, besides the ones who pose nude?

Comment by CalifoH20
Comment by rj chicago
2016-03-24 10:24:58

You want fries with that?

Comment by CalifoH20
2016-03-24 12:28:38

Stay in school or learn a trade, life is good.

Comment by phony scandals
2016-03-24 18:55:33

“You want fries with that?”

32 hours @ minimum wage worth please.

And at that these are still garbage numbers.

Comment by CalifoH20
2016-03-24 19:26:56

dont look to the gov to save you

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Comment by phony scandals
2016-03-24 19:58:01

Never have.

The government takes from me.

Comment by Jake
2016-03-24 10:47:34

Labor Force Participation Rate Plummets To 37 Year Low; Jobless Population Soars To Record High

Thanks Obama

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 11:48:18

ft dot com/global economy
March 24, 2016 4:11 am
Central banks may be curbing oil price boost to global growth, says IMF
Shawn Donnan in Washington
IMF Chief economist Maurice Obstfeld

The world’s central banks and the wave of unorthodox monetary policy may be offsetting what ought to be a boost to global growth from cheap oil, according to research by the International Monetary Fund.

The IMF has hinted heavily that it will next month lower its 3.4 per cent growth forecast for the global economy with one of the main reasons being the failure of cheap oil to deliver a widely anticipated fillip to major economies.

Just why that boost to growth from lower energy prices has not materialised has perplexed many economists.

But in a new blog post published on Thursday that offers a preview of a deeper study to be released ahead of next month’s IMF/World Bank spring meetings in Washington, Maurice Obstfeld, the fund’s chief economist, offers a possible explanation that is likely to prompt plenty of debate. He also renews an IMF call for the world’s big economies to do more to stimulate demand and growth.

Mr Obstfeld and co-authors Gian Maria Milesi-Ferretti and Rabah Arezki argue that slow global growth, and low and even negative interest rates that central banks have introduced in most major economies in recent years, have undermined what ought to have been a boost from lower oil prices.

Comment by Jake
2016-03-24 15:42:40

“Why Oil Prices Are About To Plunge Again: 31 Million Barrels In Floating Storage Are Coming On Shore”

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 20:53:40

Doesn’t this kind of news make you wish AlbuquerqueDan would return?

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 16:48:44

LMAO at how this Clinton dynasty built on sleaze and corruption have all thrown Obama under the bus. Now it’s Chelsea’s turn to blast him for the insurance company enrichment scheme known as Obamacare, and what a botched abortion that’s turned out to be. Hillary, you’ll recall, was the “intellectual author” of Obamacare with her attempts to push through “health care reform” while Bill was in the White House. Now Chelsea is lamenting the “crushing costs” while blithely glossing over the fact that Hillary was a backer of Obamacare until it became clear to her that this monstrousity is deeply unpopular with taxpayers. The hypocricy of this vile family is breathtaking.

Comment by CalifoH20
2016-03-24 17:53:37

Never follow Romney’s example. Blue Cross wins, congress does nothing to add more competition, which would lower prices. Just blame O and do nothing. reeeeetards

Comment by MightyMike
2016-03-24 18:24:59

That’s a good point. If anyone bothered to look into it, they’d probably find that whatever was proposed back in ‘93 was a lot different than Obamacare, which was based on Romney’s law, which was itself based on ideas from a Republican think tank.

Also, crushing costs have been a feature of American health care for decades. They weren’t introduced recently. This whole situation can also be described as “another problem that they don’t have in Canada.”

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 16:55:39

Political correctness is getting people killed.

Comment by Raymond K Hessel
2016-03-24 17:01:11

It’s going to be a thing of beauty when corrupt Democrat-run municipalities (redundant, I realize) are going to have to tell the corrupt Democrat public union workers (redundant, I realize) who participated in and enabled their patronage, graft, and influence peddling that THEIR PENSION PLANS ARE BANKRUPT!! LMAO - funny how amoral people usually end up reaping their just desserts, over time.

Comment by CalifoH20
2016-03-24 17:41:11

can we put a wall around Chicago?

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 18:29:01

Which of the leading candidates would ramp up spending the most?

Comment by The Selfish Hoarder
2016-03-24 20:21:05

Should we care PB? Whoever becomes Pres, we all lose.

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 20:58:02

That’s a given considering the candidates who are winning primaries.

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 20:24:47

You guessed it: Trump and Cruz.

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 20:26:25

ft dot com > World > US >
US Election 2016
March 24, 2016 3:57 pm
Trump and Cruz would ramp up public spending
Barney Jopson in Washington
Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) talks with rival Ted Cruz during a commercial break in the midst of the Republican U.S. presidential candidates debate sponsored by CNN at the University of Miami in Miami, Florida March 10, 2016. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are touting policies that would boost public spending by hundreds of billions of dollars, even as they vow on the campaign trail to slash the size of government, according to new estimates.

The candidates vying to carry the presidential flag for Republicans — traditional champions of fiscal conservatism — would increase spending by even more than Hillary Clinton, said the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget, an independent group.

“It’s a bit of a shocker. In this election there are a lot of shocking things,” said Maya MacGuineas, president of the CRFB. “We are talking about an expansion of government by this amount at a time when public debt is already so high.”

Mr Trump and Mr Cruz have both lauded President Ronald Reagan, a hero of fiscal conservatives, even though the mythology of his time in the White House tends to gloss over the fact he presided over a near tripling of the national debt.

Mr Cruz would be the biggest spender. But Mr Trump would not be far behind, with both men devoting a lot more to interest payments because they would have to raise borrowing to pay for swingeing tax cuts, the CRFB said.

Over 10 years Mr Cruz, a conservative Texas senator, would boost spending by 6 per cent to an average of $5.4tn a year — equal to 23.4 per cent of gross domestic product — from $5.1tn under current law.

But last year, when he introduced a plan to abolish multiple government departments, he said: “We should shrink the size and power of the federal government by every and any means possible.”

Mr Trump, a New York property mogul, would raise spending by 3-4 per cent to an average of $5.3tn per year.

On the campaign trail, however, he stresses his desire to save money. “If you look at every single agency, we can cut it down, and I mean really cut it down and save. The waste, fraud and abuse is massive,” he said in a March debate.

Comment by Donald Trump
2016-03-24 19:01:54

Wow, just released that $67 million in negative ads was spent on me. How am I still number one - by a lot?

Comment by phony scandals
2016-03-24 20:07:05

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Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 20:56:54

Not presidential.

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 20:27:54

What do you have against women?

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 20:30:13

Cruz Hits Trump Over Attacks On His Wife: ‘You Are A Sniveling Coward’
Published March 24, 2016 5:32 PM ET
Updated March 24, 2016 6:18 PM ET
Jessica Taylor
Republican presidential candidate, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, speaks during a caucus night rally as his wife Heidi listens in February in Des Moines, Iowa.
Chris Carlson/AP

The war of words between Donald Trump and Ted Cruz reached a new fever pitch on Thursday, with Cruz calling his GOP rival a “sniveling coward” after the real-estate mogul re-tweeted an insult aimed at the Texas senator’s wife.

The latest swipe at Heidi Cruz’s appearance comes after an anti-Trump superPAC ran a Facebook ad campaign in Utah using a photo of Melania Trump, a former model, posing partially nude.

On Tuesday evening, Trump attacked Cruz for the ad, threatening on Twitter, “Be careful, Lyin’ Ted, or I will spill the beans on your wife!” Cruz has disavowed the ad from the unaffiliated “Make America Awesome” superPAC. “Your wife is lovely, and Heidi is the love of my life,” Cruz tweeted back Tuesday evening.

Campaigning Thursday afternoon in Wisconsin, which holds its GOP primary on April 5th, Cruz went even further on the attacks against his GOP rival after the latest volley from Trump against his wife Heidi, a former Goldman Sachs executive.

“It’s not easy to tick me off. I don’t get angry often,” Cruz told reporters after touring a manufacturing plant in Dane, Wis. “But you mess with my wife, you mess with my kids, that’ll do it every time. Donald, you are a sniveling coward and leave Heidi the hell alone.”

“Our spouses and our children are off bounds,” the Texas senator continued, saying he wasn’t looking forward to explaining the attacks against their mother to his two young daughters. “It is not acceptable for a big loud New York bully to attack my wife.”

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 23:01:52

“How am I still number one - by a lot?”

Delusions can make you King of the Planet.

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 20:55:43

Facts are to Trumplings just like kryptonite to Superman.

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 22:18:14

Donald Trump Hates Women
It’s the one position he’s never changed.
By Franklin Foer
Donald Trump and Ivana Trump, in Beverly Hills, California, 1989.
Ron Galella/WireImage

Donald Trump holds one core belief. It’s not limited government. He favored a state takeover of health care before he was against it. Nor is it economic populism. Despite many years of arguing the necessity of taxing the rich, he now wants to slice their rates to bits. Trump has claimed his nonlinear approach to policy is a virtue. Closing deals is what matters in the end, he says, not unbleached allegiance to conviction. But there’s one ideology that he does hold with sincerity and practices with unwavering fervor: misogyny.

We have been collectively blithe about this fact. On its face, Donald Trump’s hateful musings about women and his boastful claims of sexual dominance should be reason alone to drive him from polite society and certainly to blockade him from the West Wing. Yet somehow his misogyny has instead propelled his campaign to the brink of the Republican nomination. Each demonstration of his caveman views—about Megyn Kelly’s menstruation, about Carly Fiorina’s face, about the size of his member—produces a show of mock-horror before Trump resumes his march to the nomination. It fits a familiar pattern. Trump rose to fame on the basis of our prurient interest in his caddishness and amusement at his vulgar provocations.

Comment by Red Pill
2016-03-24 22:56:56

Nice try, how does it feel to be on the payroll of a Nazi collaborator like Soros?

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 22:43:54

Which candidates are most against free markets?

Comment by Professor Bear
2016-03-24 22:51:53

The closer Trump comes to winning the Republican nomination, the closer the Democrats come to winning in November.

Too bad, so sad, Trumplings…

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