June 13, 2018 8:53 AM HomePoliticsMorning Reads Morning Reads By edatlanta Politics 64 Comments Tomorrow, two juggernauts of world football collide: yes, the world truly awaits Russia vs. Saudi Arabia. Atlanta could host the 2026 World Cup! You still gonna pretend you’re holier-than-thou about soccer? With my voice still gone, time for Jamie Dupree 2.0 How GA congresscritters reacted to the North Korea deal. Valdosta mayor learnin’ kids how to read! Long before the Trump era, Jimmy Carter tried (and failed) to prevent politicized justice. Trump still holds Jimmy Carter’s view on withdrawing U.S. troops from South Korea. John Lewis regrets endorsement in RI gubernatorial race. Half the population of the Eastern Seaboard gets cliched photos here, might as well make it nice. Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrRedditEmailPrint Related About Author edatlanta 64 Comments xdog Trump’s beef with Canada’s dairy industry. June 13, 2018 9:41 AM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope Trump has already come out and endorsed the neo-Confederate in Virginia’s Senate race. What does it say about the current state of the Republican Party when Corey Stewart is getting praise from the President and Mark Sanford is getting tossed under the bus? June 13, 2018 9:41 AM Log in to Reply Benevolus And a brothel owner (pimp) wins a nom in Nevada for a state House seat, and the governor of Maine threatens to not certify the election if he doesn’t like the result. Out of control gerrymandering, voter suppression, unlimited campaign money from any old source… we used to be able to (mostly) have actual informed debates about significant issues. Now it’s like 4th grade recess. The GOP we once knew is gone. Will the actual conservatives reform a new party and cede the GOP to the extremists? Or will there be a battle for the soul of the Party? Or will it just die a withering death? June 13, 2018 10:43 AM Log in to Reply atlindy My guess is that your desires for “actual conservatives” would be a return for the halycon days of the 60s and 70s, when Republicans either had few real disagreements with Democrats or were ineffective at resisting them when he did. As for Mark Sanford, the real outrage is that this fellow was elected in the first place after what he pulled in 2009. (No one knew where the guy was or how to contact him for several days, people were justifiably freaking out and when he finally surfaced he lied about it.) For that reason his political demise is certainly no loss. But allow me to state that it is certainly odd that Democrats love “mavericks” and “independents” among Republicans but absolutely despise it when one of your own attacks the core platforms and major leaders of the Republican Party. I remember Artur Davis, the congressman from Alabama who criticized Obama, voted against the Affordable Care Act and bemoaned the party’s shift to the left during the last decade. I don’t recall very many – or any – Democrats praising his courage and independence back then. Quite the contrary. June 13, 2018 11:40 AM Log in to Reply atlindy That was supposed to be “when Republicans either had few real disagreements with Democrats or were ineffective at resisting the Democrats when they did” June 13, 2018 11:41 AM Log in to Reply xdog I remember Davis too. He represented a heavily black district and was the only black rep to vote against ADA. That’s not being a maverick, that’s suicidal. Later he switched parties, backed Romney, and after his loss complained the gop had been reduced to white southern evangelicals, old white men, and big money Prots. If the gop praised him for his candor I missed it. June 13, 2018 1:30 PM Log in to Reply xdog ACA not ADA. Free the edit function! I also meant to add that I agree with you about Sanford. He was ineffective and unstable and had trouble controlling his personal life. Not even the Freedom Caucus will miss him. June 13, 2018 1:37 PM Andrew C. Pope But allow me to state that it is certainly odd that Democrats love “mavericks” and “independents” among Republicans Sanford isn’t a maverick and he certainly independent. He voted with Trump 87% of the time. During his first tenure in Congress, Cato Institute named him the “most fiscally conservative” member. Cato also rated him the “best governor” in America in 2010. He was a Tea Party darling and was enough of a rising star in the party there were serious talks about him running for President in 2012. The dude checks EVERY. SINGLE. BOX. Republicans profess to care about. It’s clear at this point that the GOP isn’t a political party, it’s a cult of personality. Nothing less than absolute fealty to Trump will be tolerated. It doesn’t matter how strong your conservative credentials are. If I was Eiger or Charlie, i.e., a Republican who is a Republican for substantive reasons, I would be drinking myself into a coma every day. June 13, 2018 1:33 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope * he certainly isn’t independent Did Will put the edit button on the Deportation Bus or something? June 13, 2018 1:35 PM Benevolus Well I would at least like to have the discussion about those disagreements. We don’t HAVE to disagree about everything just because we identify with different political parties. There really are some issues that everyone could agree on if we get past the trying to just win for the sake of winning, or at least come to some compromise that pushes us a little forward as a community. What about Ronald Reagan or George Bush? Those guys were fairly reasonable for the most part. Whatever happened to guys like that? I don’t know that the Dem party has shifted to the left so much. I think the overall goals of equality and justice and fairness are still the same, but maybe it’s just that as we incrementally get closer to those goals we can set our sights on the next hurdle on the path. June 13, 2018 2:28 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope Has the Democratic Party shifted or has the Republican Party just been nominating a lot more child molesters, neo-Confederates, and dudes who re-tweet known neo-Nazi propaganda than they used to? June 13, 2018 2:30 PM Noway2016 Score one “Nazi” reference for Drew this afternoon. June 13, 2018 2:53 PM Benevolus Dude, it’s was in the news today. It’s not like he made it up or had to dig into the past. This is today’s news. A US Representative re-tweeted a Nazi yesterday. He hasn’t (last I checked) made any comment distancing himself from it and neither has Repub leadership. If you let that stuff pass then that is who you are. I don’t expect you to give up linking to nazi sites. But there may still be hope for the rest of the country. June 13, 2018 3:07 PM Andrew C. Pope Ben Dude hasn’t read the news in years. Unless it gets published on the front page of the Daily Stormer or squeezed between commercials for Alex Jones’ latest snake oil supplement, Noway hasn’t heard about it. June 13, 2018 3:08 PM atlindy “I don’t know that the Dem party has shifted to the left so much.” The Democratic Party has shifted to the left drastically. They’ve gone far to the left on social issues, and by this I do not mean merely support for abortion and gay marriage – and on the latter let’s stop pretending that even Obama, the most socially liberal president ever, didn’t run for office opposing gay marriage in 2008, which made ousting Brendan Eich from his own Mozilla company for having the same position that Obama had at the time even more galling – but rather by embracing identity politics, which is a rejection of the assimilationist ethos that dominated the country from the 1920s until now. Identity politics ideology has existed for a long time – many decades – but the leaders of the progressive movements distanced themselves from and outright rejected it. I remember Jesse Jackson, for example, doing so in the 1980s and again in the 1990s. Kweisi Mfume, who considered himself more “cutting edge” than Jackson and the rest of the traditional civil rights movement, initially tried to embrace it but wound up having to renounce it when he became the leader of the NAACP. But now it dominates and the previous ideology is dead as a doornail. I do not mean to single out or pick on black leaders – I know the bad appearances especially on a southern blog in a state that is still under the auspices of the Voting Rights Act – but I am just using them as an example. And not just social issues. Single payer healthcare, living wage, universal basic income, essentially the economic program of EU and Nordic countries … no Democrat in previous eras would have touched those with a 10 foot pole, not even proud liberals and progressives like Ted Kennedy, Walter Mondale and George McGovern. Now, lots of Democrats running for statewide office are championing those, and you had better believe that several running for the 2020 presidential nomination will be. Another point. Yes, it is another civil rights related one. I am sorry. I am not an alt-right or anything like that. These are just good examples. I remember in the 1980s – yes I am that old – when CBC leader John Conyers claimed that the federal government had a lax response to the crack epidemic, and that this was proof that the Republican administration didn’t care about law and order in the black community. The rap group Public Enemy actually released a song called “911 is a Joke” that repeated a common complaint that the police was too slow to respond to crimes and emergencies in black communities and that black communities weren’t adequately policed. It was in that context that the stiff sentences against drug dealers were enacted: many black leaders demanded them. Now? A complete 180, with demands for decriminalization or legalization of drugs, anti-incarceration policies for all but repeat violent offenders, and conspiracy theories about “the prison industrial complex.” So yes, the Democrats have moved very far to the left, and in a relatively fast period of time. If you haven’t seen that shift, then well it is because you agree with the shift to the left ideologically. Well lots of people do not, and that is what makes “debate” and “compromise” extremely hard. If one side believes in a tough, no-nonsense approach to criminal justice and the other believes that the very concept of incarceration is an institutionally discriminatory tool against minorities and the poor, what is debate and compromise going to look like? You can have those debates and compromises if the other side is Hillary Clinton (the 1990s version that supported 3 strikes laws and anti-gang measures, not the 2016 version) or our own late Zell Miller. And if you believe that Stacey Abrams isn’t far to the left of Zell Miller and even Roy Barnes, then well that is your personal choice. But surely you can understand that where a Casey Cagle can have productive policy conversations with a Zell Miller or Roy Barnes on a ton of issues, there isn’t that much that can be said to Abrams, Evans for that matter, Jon Ossof etc. beyond “have a nice day.” Now Barrow on the other hand, there you have some daylight. But even there is an example. The Democratic Party of 15 years ago elevates Barrow as their standard bearer, he gets elected to governor or senator easily, and he is on everyone’s short list as a potential vice presidential nominee. But the current state party has done their best to ignore the guy, so he had to pretty much run for secretary of state – and this is a former longterm U.S. Congressman mind you! – on his own. And even if he does get elected governor or senator, the national party would consider him radioactive, with absolutely no chance of joining the leadership or getting to chair a major committee no matter how long he servers were he a Senator. That WAS NOT the case not so long ago when there were tons of moderate and conservative Democrats in Senate leadership positions, with Al Gore and Sam Nunn counted among them. So yes, the shift has happened. It is just that you agree with the shift is all. June 14, 2018 9:44 AM Andrew C. Pope The Democratic Party has shifted to the left drastically. They’ve gone far to the left on social issues and by this I do not mean merely support for abortion and gay marriage… I would contend that the Democratic Party is merely mirroring a shift in public sentiment. According to the Pew Research Center, Americans opposed same sex-marraige at a rate of 57%-35% back in 2001. In 2008, 51% opposed same-sex marriage while 39% were in favor. By 2017, that position had flipped, with 62% of Americans supporting same-sex marriage and only 32% opposing it. This is, in large part, due to generational change: 74% of Millennials favor same-sex marriage compared to 65% of Gen-Xers, 56% of Baby Boomers, and 41% of the “Silent Generation.” That generational change is why you’ve seen the support for same-sex marriage increase even among white evangelicals (13% in 2001 to 35% in 2017) and conservatives (18% in 2001 to 41% in 2017). So, again, I don’t think what you’re seeing is a shift by the Democratic Party, but rather the Democratic Party’s platform responding to larger societal trends. The same can probably be said for abortion. I mean, we just saw a referendum in vehemently Catholic Ireland where the pro-choice position won by a 2:1 margin. Argentina’s legislature just voted to decriminalize abortion. Attitudes on that issue are shifting and evolving over time as well. According to a recent study I saw, 24% of US women will have an abortion by age 45. A complete 180, with demands for decriminalization or legalization of drugs, anti-incarceration policies for all but repeat violent offenders, and conspiracy theories about “the prison industrial complex.” It’s because those intervening 25-30 years have illustrated the devastating impact the “war on drugs” has had in communities of color. Adjusting your position and saying “we got it wrong” when you got something wrong isn’t a shift to anywhere, it’s a recognition that you’ve got to try something different. By the way, “911 is a Joke” came out in 1990. That’s two years after NWA also aired their complaints about policing in minority communities: “A young n—- got it bad ’cause I’m brown/ And not the other color, so police think/ That have the authority to kill a minority/ F— that s—, ’cause I ain’t the one For a punk m—-f—– with a badge and a gun/ To be beating on, and thrown in jail/ We can go toe-to-toe in the middle of a cell/ F—- with me ’cause I’m a teenager/ With a little bit of gold and a pager/ Searchin’ my car, looking for the product/ Thinkin’ every n—- is sellin’ narcotics.” Suffice to say, I think you’re oversimplifying the debate. And even if [Barrow] does get elected governor or senator, the national party would consider him radioactive, with absolutely no chance of joining the leadership or getting to chair a major committee no matter how long he servers [sic] were he a Senator. As someone who has been around Democratic politics for a while, you’re straight up wrong. Jon Tester is on Appropriations, Ranking Member of Homeland Security, and former head of the DSCC. Joe Manchin is on Appropriations and is VC of the Policy and Comms. Committee. Mark Warner is Ranking Member on Intelligence and VC of the Democratic Caucus. Bill Nelson is Ranking Member on Commerce. Joe Donnelly is on Armed Services. Claire McKaskill is Ranking Member of Homeland Security and on Armed Services. Sources: http://www.pewforum.org/fact-sheet/changing-attitudes-on-gay-marriage/) https://www.guttmacher.org/united-states/abortion June 14, 2018 10:29 AM Ellynn Here is a good explainer on the WI special elections for two seats open since December Gov. Walker was force to hold after Eric Holder’s voter group took him to court. The senate seat has making the news rounds this morning. https://www.jsonline.com/story/news/politics/2018/06/13/five-takeaways-wisconsins-special-elections/697237002/ June 13, 2018 11:58 AM Log in to Reply Noway2016 Sanford “Dixie-Chicked” himself!! Lol! Later, Tater! June 13, 2018 11:30 AM Log in to Reply Benevolus Rep. Steve King (R-IA) retweeted a neo-Nazi on Tuesday morning. He has faced no consequences for the tweet, and the leaders of his party have so far remained silent. GOP, you can’t let this be who you are. You must condemn this. Speak out! June 13, 2018 2:38 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope If they were really against it, Paul Ryan would have kicked this guy out of the caucus a long time ago. June 13, 2018 2:54 PM Log in to Reply Noway2016 What was his tweet, B? June 13, 2018 2:57 PM Log in to Reply Benevolus It was something about a poll in Italy about migration. But that’s not the point. Why is an out front nazi on his twitter feed? And if you are in the US Congress you are expected to check into who you are re-tweeting. It’s the new millenium equivelent of passing out someones flyers for them. Re. Steve King is passing out the flyers of a self-described admirer of Hitler and who said “he considered AIDS a “friendly disease because blacks, drug users and gays have it”. ” But he’ll probably get re-elected because apparently that’s better than having a Dem in there. June 13, 2018 4:17 PM Log in to Reply Caroline What is says is the GOP is the unite the right party. They created this monster and they’re the ones that are going to have to fix the problem. Or if it is not fixable then they’ll go the way of the whigs. June 13, 2018 4:37 PM Log in to Reply xdog The vocal stylings of Don Trump Un: “I’m for open trade, free trade, but I also want smart trade and fair trade. But they’ll say, “He’s not a free-trader,” at 10%. But if I say we’re putting a reciprocal tax on, it may be 62% or it may be 47%, I mean massive numbers, and nobody can complain about it. It’s really sort of an amazing thing.” June 13, 2018 9:42 AM Log in to Reply Noway2016 Making America Safe Again!!! http://news.trust.org/item/20180613101114-jxz9m June 13, 2018 10:38 AM Log in to Reply Benevolus Well, that was easy! I can’t believe no one else did that! June 13, 2018 10:44 AM Log in to Reply Noway2016 No one else had the vision… June 13, 2018 11:33 AM Log in to Reply bethebalance Every President, White House, and State Dept. for probably 50 years has had the vision of a peaceful relationship. None succeeded in sealing the deal, but that hasn’t happened yet with Trump either. While I give credit for the progress so far, we shouldn’t be counting all the chickens before they hatch. June 13, 2018 1:35 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope Balance, you’re wrong. You’re so so wrong. Before Donald Trump, this country’s so-called “leaders” insisted on things like “inspections” and “human rights” before they’d even consider letting the President sit down with the leader of North Korea. Only a bold, outside-the-box thinker like Donald Trump could come up with the idea of giving North Korea everything they want in exchange for absolutely nothing. That’s called vision! That’s called leadership! June 13, 2018 1:50 PM Andrew C. Pope Same question I posed 28 hours ago: How so? June 13, 2018 1:25 PM Log in to Reply Noway2016 The sky is a little bluer, the picket fence is a little bit whiter and the birds are chirping a little bit louder! MAGA! June 13, 2018 2:23 PM Log in to Reply bethebalance I’m OK with you feeling better, whether based on reality or not, but the reference to picket fences… Trumpists must really feel forgotten in the modern world. The anger is a reaction to the despondency. Figured it out. June 13, 2018 3:08 PM Log in to Reply Ellynn Get out your white boards folks… https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/first-read/tim-russert-loss-lessons-decade-later-n882611 June 13, 2018 11:04 AM Log in to Reply Ellynn How to annoy your voters… https://www.axios.com/republicans-dont-love-aca-lawsuit-01d9080e-4f52-48b6-903e-c3ab995afa73.html June 13, 2018 12:14 PM Log in to Reply bethebalance This story was linked in that Axios article, abt lawyers withdrawing and quitting in the DoJ over the lawsuit. https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/senior-justice-dept-lawyer-resigns-after-shift-on-obamacare/2018/06/12/b3001d7c-6e55-11e8-afd5-778aca903bbe_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.e4ae5217069e June 13, 2018 1:15 PM Log in to Reply Ellynn The Adler link is a good read too. https://reason.com/volokh/2018/06/11/the-clever-red-state-lawsuit-against-the June 13, 2018 1:21 PM Log in to Reply bethebalance And it looks like the Dem AGs have already stepped up to defend the ACA. http://dfw.cbslocal.com/2018/04/09/fighting-texas-lawsuit-affordable-care-act/ Not sure why Repubs haven’t figured out that this isn’t a winning political issue any more. June 13, 2018 1:49 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope Because their donors tell them it is. June 13, 2018 1:51 PM Log in to Reply Will Durant Dum de dum dum… Former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen likely to cooperate as his attorneys leave case, sources say https://abcnews.go.com/US/trump-lawyer-michael-cohen-cooperate-attorneys-leave-case/story June 13, 2018 1:53 PM Log in to Reply Ellynn I was holding off until other outlets had confirmation until I posted it. The hearing is Friday the documents. June 13, 2018 1:56 PM Log in to Reply Caroline Expect a massive dumpster fire coming out of the white house if Cohen flips on Trump. June 13, 2018 4:43 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope I don’t see any indication he’s flipping. Looks more like the guy can’t pay his attorneys. Cohen’s attorneys told Judge Wood the other day that they have 15 attorneys working around-the-clock on reviewing these documents. If you’ve got 15 attorneys, even if its mostly young associates, working 14 hour days, Cohen is could be racking up somewhere in the neighborhood of $100,000 per day in attorneys’ fees. I don’t think he’s got the kind of money to keep stroking those kind of checks. June 13, 2018 5:01 PM Log in to Reply Caroline Well, there’s a couple of thoughts on this “out there”. That he can’t pay his lawyers is one of them though I had thought Trump was paying them from campaign funds (not sure whether that is legal or not but being illegal never stopped Trump from doing anything). There’s also the theory that he’s looking for other lawyers who specialize in cutting deals. Truly if he can’t pay an attorney he might as well just go find a jail cell and close himself in considering the massive amount of charges SDNY is probably getting ready to level on him. June 13, 2018 5:58 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope Speaking as an attorney… there’s no conspiracy here. Dude is going broke paying for this. Trump isn’t paying his bills. The campaign isn’t paying his bills. Despite going to the country’s worst law school the guy has a lot of money. Just not enough to pay $100k a day in legal bills and the fees for the special master. Defending yourself from a criminal white collar investigation is a costly endeavor. June 13, 2018 7:33 PM Caroline https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/trump-campaign-paid-portions-michael-cohens-legal-fees/story?id=54831269 Trump has been paying a portion of Cohen’s legal bills. However, I would guess that is probably ending. Oh, I have no doubt it’s expensive and considering how much they probably have on Cohen I would think that his legal bills are probably a couple of times more than your garden variety white collar criminal investigation. IMO it’s a cross between taking down a mobster and white collar criminal. June 14, 2018 7:53 AM Ellynn File under “if Gen X can’t afford to live in city centers, what makes millennials think they can…” https://www.axios.com/cities-suburbs-exurbs-millennials-552dd0fd-2223-4be4-b457-5af2cfd94ee7.html June 13, 2018 1:53 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope ’cause Bernie is gonna absolve all my student loans. June 13, 2018 2:31 PM Log in to Reply Caroline It would seem millenials are not that picky about where they live in cities. They apparently don’t care about only living in high rise expensive apartments and also I have read where they are going to cities that are cheap to live in like Cleveland and Buffalo. June 13, 2018 4:44 PM Log in to Reply Noway2016 Colossal threat and potential abuse of power!! Please keep doing shit like this! November literally cannot get here quickly enough!! https://www.google.com/amp/www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/06/12/rosenstein-threatened-to-subpoena-gop-led-committee-in-chilling-clash-over-records-emails-show.amp.html June 13, 2018 2:29 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope Agreed, someone needs to rein in Devin Nunes!!! June 13, 2018 2:31 PM Log in to Reply Ellynn If you want to make sure Amazon or any big techno service mega company who wants to move here Does Not Come, just send them all off to the Marta website. June 13, 2018 6:41 PM Log in to Reply Noway2016 What’s at that website that will run them off? June 13, 2018 8:00 PM Log in to Reply Ellynn Only the best people… http://foreignpolicy.com/2018/06/13/trumps-vino-vixen-compiles-loyalty-list-of-u-s-employees-at-u-n-state-mari-stull-political-appointee-state-department-international-organization-united-nations-political-retribution-chaos-dysfunction/ June 13, 2018 6:51 PM Log in to Reply ScottNAtlanta Looks like David Perdue has gone full Trump lap dog…doesnt matter if National Security is at risk http://thehill.com/policy/technology/392161-gop-senator-fails-to-kill-provision-blocking-trumps-zte-deal June 13, 2018 10:48 PM Log in to Reply Andrew C. Pope Where you been? Perdue and his designer denim jackets have been full Trump since day 1. That dude doesn’t care about national security, just like he doesn’t care about you and me. Perdue cares about being able to call himself Senator. That’s it. June 14, 2018 4:48 AM Log in to Reply Caroline They’re all Trump lap dogs. They are so afraid of losing in the GOP primary against a Trumper that they will willingly sell the entire country out to Putin and the Chinese and lil Kim. In the history of craven and cowardly politicians there never has been a bunch like this group of currently elected Republicans. June 14, 2018 4:51 AM Log in to Reply Noway2016 LOL! At least offer to share some of that good stuff you’re smoking. Obviously better than shrooms! You shoulda come over from PP sooner! June 14, 2018 5:24 AM Log in to Reply Caroline Right. Anybody who doesn’t tow the Ifowars line, doesn’t vote for pedophiles and Neo-Nazis has to be smoking something. LOL. June 14, 2018 6:43 AM Log in to Reply Noway2016 Awwww, hon, I thought you were gonna bat .1000 but sadly, you didn’t include anything racist in your cute little reply. To paraphrase Meat Loaf, “3 outta 4 Ain’t Bad.” (You have Alex Jones, Pedophiles and Neo-Nazis) Look, here’s a softball. I’ll tee it up for you. I think all of this Confederate statue removal is crap, too. So, that obviously makes me racist, right? By the way, can I send your reply over to a group of my buddies (fellow Deplorables) who delight in seeing the Left melt down??? I think you have potential to be a star. Andrew’s Snowflake-ian responses have had them rolling on the floor for a couple of years now!! June 14, 2018 7:02 AM Andrew C. Pope I don’t know what’s sadder, that you share your trolling Internet comments as if they’re something to be proud of or that your fellow old people don’t know how to use the Internet so you’ve got to forward it to them in an email with the subject line of “re: re: re: re: re: re: re: Look wha Obummer did!” June 14, 2018 7:25 AM Andrew C. Pope Like, seriously, this is one of those things that’s so pathetic you start to feel bad, but then you remember it’s Noway so you just start dying of laughter. Do you make some kind of weekly newsletter for them? “Attention fellas, these are the sick burns I dropped on the libs this week! Be sure to click ‘like’ and subscribe!” You need to be monetizing that ish with some “Cash 4 Gold” or reverse mortgage ads. Cause if your friends are so dumb they can’t figure out how to type “georgiapol.com” into the address bar, they’re definitely dumb enough to sell their house to the ghost of Fred Thompson. June 14, 2018 7:32 AM Andrew C. Pope Oh God, I got $100 that says Noway prints out all these comment threads and brings him to his weekly coffee dates at the Chick-fil-a. Just walking in there with manilla folders packed with pages and pages of Noway “owning the libs.” June 14, 2018 7:33 AM Caroline Apparently you seem to want to be called a racist since you’re the one that continually brings it up. Is that some sort of Freudian slip? I really find you to be the silly typical knee jerk Trump supporter and there’s nothing special about that. June 14, 2018 7:57 AM Noway2016 No, no, no, Lord, Andrew…no!!! Take ghat $100 and donate it to PP. Gotta help them fund them abortions! June 14, 2018 7:52 AM Log in to Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.