Who goes “Tits Up” tonight?

Prediction follows…

Back in the 1980s, Rush introduced his listeners to the insight that major media outlets coordinate their actions with the leadership of the Democratic Party. Originally the belief was that the New York Times would break a story and everyone else would follow. But Rush had access and money to pay for Compuserv and LexisNexus (the huge news database) and could see how news spread between news outlets, often using the same focus group tested talking point phrases.

As the Internet replaced CompuServ and AOL, the tools for so-called journalists improved until they were caught red handed all coordinating their actions on a private mailing list called JournoList

The way this works is the White House wants to build public support for military action or new government spending and targets a date. Reporters research the subject and have their tear jerking stories and pictures all ready to go to support the story the White House wants spun. All of the news outlets dump their “independent” news story the same day – before the President (or Chuck Schumer) gives a speech proposing something that needs to be done (like killing Qaddafi in Libya to restore the Libyan Monarchy to power)

Well, this weekend’s story that is popping up everywhere is the plight of forced marriages around the world. My prediction is Trump will be accused of buying Melania Trump in a forced marriage.

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21 Responses to Who goes “Tits Up” tonight?

  1. Parrott says:

    Yeah , I liked that too Jaymar. I bet Hillery squeezed out a dingle-berry when he said special prosecutor ! He should have said Hill, I hear ‘orange is the new black’ LOL Obviously congress is inept.

    Trump isn’t no saint, but he wasn’t running for saint in chief.
    Kaine is a clown.
    I hope we survive
    Parrott

    • Fred Stiening says:

      I was poking around earlier on this. When Republican were Presidents, they opposed the idea of a special prosecutor power within Congress, so the law was allowed to expire. Under current law, only the Attorney General has the power, and he/she would have to make a finding that there was a conflict of interest because the target works for the government. If Trump is President, presumably the DoJ doesn’t need the tool and would just file indictments. But we are back to the problem that no DC grand jury will ever indict Hillary unless Trump gets 300,000 Republicans to move into the District

  2. Fred Stiening says:

    Now would be a good time for the indictment of Trump to drop, having threatened to put Hillary in jail

  3. JayMar says:

    The outstanding point that Trump made was the promise to investigate her if he becomes president. Big IF, though. I think Trump will survive, but he will still lose in November.

    I wonder what Pence is thinking, after all, at one point Trump said he disagreed with him.

    Interesting debacle.

  4. Fred Stiening says:

    My prediction was wrong

  5. Fred Stiening says:

    It is over, thank God

  6. JayMar says:

    At this point Trump is debating all three of them. Trump needs to calm down and stop creeping around. All audience questions have dealt with liberal causes. I heard that the moderators received copies of the questions this morning. I am willing to bet 10 to 1 that Hillary received a copy.

    I wish Trump would stop the “tremendous, tremendous” and articulate his thoughts and provide logical answers without the 2nd grade explanations.

  7. Fred Stiening says:

    Trump should bring an air horn to the 3rd debate and blow it when she runs over time

  8. Fred Stiening says:

    Trump brings up the “inner city” of Charlotte again… *sigh*

  9. Fred Stiening says:

    Let’s see – so far we have a teacher, a Muslim and a black man asking questions. “Undecided” my ass

  10. Fred Stiening says:

    Female host is officially debating Trump now. Hillary is smiling

  11. Fred Stiening says:

    Trump started opening the wedge between Obama, Kerry and Hillary. Keep going…

  12. Fred Stiening says:

    Aleppo is not the Holocaust – I am invoking Godwin’s law

  13. JayMar says:

    Trump looks nervous and pacing all over, during the tax questions.

  14. JayMar says:

    Hillary looks smug as hell, and is the expert Alinskyite’s 3 Ds…Deny, Demonize, and Deflect.

  15. Fred Stiening says:

    Now would be a good time to bring up the Yemen situation
    Hillary repeats the lie abou Muslims being involved in 1776
    This is getting depressing. Can we start the election over?
    Hillary’s ability to recall is very selective
    Russia is our adversary?
    “The government knows my sheet”
    Trump missed the opportunity to reject the premise that the purpose of the tax code is to redistribute wealth

  16. JayMar says:

    Trump is again “sniffling” badly. I begin to wonder. So far Martha has been fair while Anderson is playing Candy crowley.

  17. Fred Stiening says:

    Beware women with large hoop earrings
    Hillary got help walking up the stairs
    Ivaka Trump is trying to get Bill Clinton to stare at her boobs
    Melania should have French Kissed Bill Clinton
    Hillary is again avoiding sitting down
    The idea that anyone in the audience is undecided is nonsense
    Trump is describing his campaign in past tense
    Anderson Cooper just set up Donald Trump for the woman who will now claim Trump kissed her without permission
    Hosts told audience to stop cheering Trump, but let Hillary get applause

    Trump is going on offense now – she is approaching screeching territory
    Cooper Anderson is running interference…
    Hillary is way shorter than Trump
    Video has frozen here
    Trump doesn’t work a small room very well

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