#FLSen: #PatrickMurphy Gets $1M #SuperPAC Boost …From Dad

Alt Headline: The Rep. Patrick Murphy Bailout

Because that is what it is:

Democratic Senate candidate Rep. Patrick Murphy (Fla.) is getting a major financial boost as his campaign heads into the final stretch, courtesy of a $1 million check from his father.

Thomas Murphy, a Florida home builder, gave the seven-figure sum to the Harry Reid-linked Senate Majority PAC – the group’s largest donation in July, according to the Federal Election Commission.

We all know Thomas Murphy is the financial muscle behind Patrick Murphy.

And oh, look who showed up in this article: Senator Harry Reid. I wonder why…

On July 15, two days after the $1 million check landed in the Senate Majority PAC account, the super-PAC announced to the Washington Post its plans to launch a $1 million ad buy in Florida.

The reported aim was to help Murphy win his primary on Aug. 30 against liberal challenger Rep. Alan Grayson, who is openly opposed by Democratic leadership.

Oh yeah right, Rep. Alan Grayson. What we have here is Thomas Murphy giving a knife to Harry Reid, who then stabs Grayson with said knife. The Alan Grayson/Harry Reid fight is just plain awesome and well documented on this site. You can read about it in their tags below.

There is a very small part of me that wishes that Alan Grayson win the Democratic Primary, because the Senator Marco Rubio* and Alan Grayson fight would totally be awesome. Sadly, the Marco Rubio/Patrick Murphy fight might be slightly one-sided**.

(gets on his knees)

Please God, please give the primary win to Alan Grayson. I don’t ask for much. Please enrich my life and give me some more Grayson. It will be a very boring general election here in Florida without Alan Grayson. Amen.

Well, see ya’ later!


#KosKids: Loony Left Liberal Lying Liars!

I like to start a feature where I take a look at the distorted views of the clinically insane. Or more commonly known to us on the right-side of the blogosphere, as the KosKids. They are the dedicated and brain-dead followers of Markos Moulitsas, and they have bought some prime real estate at the bottom of the rabbit hole. This feature will take a look at how far down they have gone. I am going to link them, but I beg you don’t click on them.

Today we take a hard look at the Loony Left Liberal Lying Liars!

BBC: “UN panel “rules in Julian Assange’s favour'”

This writer, ask (Side Note: I fucking hate the handles of some of these KosKids.), just pretty much reprints the BCC and Julian Assange talking points.

What is amazing is the comments. There is clearly a divide in the SJW movement on Assange. One side clearly believes in Julian Assange claim he didn’t rape anyone and another side who thinks Assange is getting away with rape. Someone is clearly lying here and we had better find out who it is. Is Sweden making up rape charges? Or is Julian Assange lying about not raping someone?

A better, more popular, conservative writer would be able to fully benefit from this than me. Let’s file this interesting fact away for later.

Marco Rubio shows off his lying skills in abortion attack on Hillary Clinton

Laura Clawson accuses Marco Rubio of lying about Hillary Clinton’s stance on abortion. Okay, let us see what Marco Rubio said first:

“Hillary Clinton is an extremist on this issue,” the Florida Republican (Marco Rubio) said Thursday in New Hampshire. “She believes there should be no such thing as an illegal abortion — even on the due date.”

Here is what Hillary Clinton said about abortion:

“This is one of those really painful questions that people raise and obviously it’s really emotional,” (Sec. Hillary Clinton) began. “I think that the kind of late term abortions that take place are because of medical necessity.”

She concluded, “Therefore, I would hate to see the government interfering with that decision.

How dare Laura Clawson lie.

Sanders Caught Lying on Debate Stage

Speaking of presidential liars, cblodg hammers Senator Bernie Sanders for claiming an endorsement he never got. This is a pretty good catch for a brain-dead newt.

But honestly, what was Bernie Sanders thinking here? When communications is as fast as it is going to get with our level of technology, did anyone stop to think that this would not be checked on and found out?

Well, see ya’ later!


#Trump2016: Why @realDonaldTrump’s 2nd Place #Iowa Finish Is No Joke

People celebrated last night. Sen. Ted Cruz won Iowa! Yay!

Except one thing. He did not slay Donald Trump, the beast. A couple of tough critics of Trump are throwing cold water on a Ted Cruz victory right now. Aaron Gardner starts us off this morning:

Yes, Donald Trump had his friends in radio and his “adversaries” in the MSM priming the pump for the Donald the entire time, but still, that alone wouldn’t be enough to capture nearly 25% of the caucus. Trump was able to do what most thought impossible…

If he can do this in a caucus, which requires the voter to go out and stay out for a rather long time just to cast a series of votes, he can certainly do it in a primary. When you get right down to it, Donald Trump got nearly 40,000 people to show up on a cold February night when a blizzard is on the horizon. That’s no joke. …

After all, we know this was just the opening round and Trump isn’t done yet.

Gardner also notes that it is NOT too late for Donald Trump to just open his wallet and out-spend everyone. Now money isn’t everything, but it could mean the difference in tight races.

Allahpundit oddly comes to the same conclusion:

The guy’s basically half-assing his campaign and he still beat the Great Establishment Hope for second place (I think) and nearly knocked off the hyper-organized, hyper-competent Cruz campaign. He’s no joke. And thanks to a divided moderate field, there’s still every reason to think he’ll win New Hampshire.

There’s that “no joke” again. Basically, what they are saying is that you can’t write Donald Trump off yet and both these men are huge Trump critics. If they are not convince that Trump has been defeated, then this race is far from over.

Ed Morrissey, Allahpunit’s co-blogger, agrees:

The difference in Iowa was probably ground organization and perhaps lingering annoyance over Trump’s decision to bail on the final debate in Iowa. The former favored Cruz, but the latter might have pushed late deciders to go to Rubio’s corner. It was a tactical error by Trump, to be sure, but hardly a fatal one. Trump ended up with one less delegate than Cruz, and the same as Rubio – five. Trump didn’t win Iowa, but other than for his reputation, he didn’t really need to win; he just needed to stay competitive. And the reasons for that are New Hampshire and South Carolina.

Ted Cruz needed a knock-out in Iowa for the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries, and he didn’t get one. In fact, Cruz spent a lot of time hitting Marco Rubio and instead of going for the Donald Trump knock-out. That may come back to haunt Cruz.

And Donald Trump came out and ate a big piece of humble pie:

He congratulated Ted Cruz (and all the candidates) and thanked Iowa, despite the loss. Donald Trump did not yell or scream or meltdown. It was short and to the point. With so many long-winded political speeches, this was really refreshing!

Anyone wanting to write Donald Trump off, does so at their own peril.

Well, see ya’ later!

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The Swamp #24

The #Cruz2016 Revolution Has Begun!

The Swamp #24: #Election2016, #WarOnBacon, #VAScandal, @JazzShaw Guest!

This week me and Tex talk about the upcoming 2016 Elections. I point out that a Republican is going to win the Presidental Republican primary. If your guy doesn’t win, there has to be other local elections in which you can support. Then Tex goes off about the current state of Bacon. I point him towards pre-cooked Bacon* which, while admittedly smaller, is already cooked and thus leaner.

Then I get Jazz Shaw of on the show to talk about the Veterans Affairs Scandal. But before you listen, check out my Patreon Page!


What would Walker vs. Clinton be like? by Jennifer Rubin

In Defense Of Scott Walker by DrewM

The Weed Agency: A Comic Tale Of Federal Bureaucracy Without Limits by Jim Geraghty

Well, see ya’ later!


October Sucked

I’m not going to surgarcoat it, October sucked. The only highlights was me seeing Marco Rubio and Halloween.

On November 7th, I did volunteer at a Veterans Benefit Fair hosted by Representative Ginny Brown-Waite. Unfortunately the congresswoman wasn’t able to make it because of business taking place on capital hill. However it was fun and I did get a pocket-sized US Constitution and Declaration of Independence as a souvenir. I did get to meet with many of Brown-Wait’s staff and gave them my resume so that they could pass it to the congresswoman’s campaign staff. I have been not feeling well and I have been busy of late.

Anyway, I have been trying to get a job at a cab company the last few days. I go for classes on the 12th and 13th and I am looking forward to it. I do have to shave my goatee, but I am going to make a video of a before/after and post it on my YouTube (see “GatorTube” below) account. I am told I can start working on the 14th if things go well.

November is looking better than last month… So Far.

Well, see ya’ later!

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Marco Rubio

A few personal notes before I get into this: No new job. Sorry about new entries, but just nothing to write about. October has been one of those months I like to forget.

Today I went to see Marco Rubio at The Villages. Now to set this up, I have more or less been supporting him over Charile Crist because I am mad at how Uncle Crist has been running this state. To support Mr Rubio, I thought I needed to see this guy in action and he didn’t disappoint.

I got there just in time and I got settled in. There was an option to buy lunch there, but I passed. Vicki Case of the Conservative Women’s Movement sponsor the event and she introduced the former Florida House Speaker. He then went on to talked about American Exceptionalism and how passionately he believes in it. Rubio goes on to say that American Exceptionalism is our common heritage and culture. We are a nation in which we can open a business in our garage and either succeed or fail base on our exceptionalism (not the government). We have spent blood, sweat, and treasure to free people (not to conquer them). He then answered questions with about as much firy passion as his speech on American Exceptionalism. I won’t go into any, except mine.

I haven’t said much about it here, but DragonGate is heading to Iraq in February (later, Mr Rubio said he will be praying for Dragon and I thanked him). Since my thoughts were turned to that part of the world, I asked him his thoughts on Afghanistan. While he acknowledge Obama may have more facts than he does, Rubio didn’t understand the heistation beyond maybe politics. He hopes Obama will make a decision (and one recommended by General McChrystal) soon, adding it is important to not only the people of Afghanistan, but to our troops.

Highly impressed, I am fully behind Marco Rubio. This man is a principle Republican and this Moderate thinks he will be a great US Senator. But he will be, afterall, just one man out of one hundred. So I think you should also help Pat Toomey, Chuck DeVore, and Michael Williams as well. Let’s start sending people who will work for us and not for themselves!

Well, see ya’ later!

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I would like to take this time and give out a shout to DragonGate. Without her love and support, I would not be able to post this right now.

As you know, I am a Moderate Republican. The only real thing I spilt with the Republican message, would be gay marriage. I think we should have Civil Unions for everyone instead.

If you didn’t know, Sen. John Cornyn went onto RedState to explain his reasoning for endorsing Charlie Crist. However his post leaves me wanting. Senator Cornyn failed to explain Crist’s endorsement (and now even says he would voted for it) of the pork laden Stimulus. Or how Governor Crist broke a pledge (a promise) he made to us Floridians not to raise taxes and raised broad-based taxes.

It has been proven that Senator Crist would be a puppet of Dear Leader. We’ll just be moving Senator Specter from PA to FL. I once voted for Governor Crist, but not again. Not for the US Senate or Governor of Florida. I’ve had enough of Democrat-Light taking over the Republican Party. So, in connection with, this Moderate Republican will supporting Marco Rubio:

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Well, see ya’ later!

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