Thursday, July 28, 2016

Records, Records And More Records

Thanks to you, the readers, MJ Hawkeye has been averaging 500 page views per day for the last month. I appreciate this very much.

Call me silly but I should start taking advertisers----or not.

Pathetic Dems

The Democrat Convention aka the slaughter of the steers is in a world of hurt. It's mass chaos. After Bernie threw his support to Hillary his delegates rose from their posteriors and staged a mass walk-out.

It gets better. Do you recall the Seinfeld episode when Kramer was a 'sit-in' for empty seats at the Tony Awards Television didn't want to show seats unoccupied and Kramer finagled his way on stage to accept a Tony. That was classic Seinfeld.

Well, in their infinite wisdom, the Democrat Party advertised via the Philadelphia Enquirer for 'sit-ins' to fill the seats of Sanders people.

I can't make this stuff up.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

What Does 235 Days Mean To You

Donald Trump bookended his press conference today in Florida by reminding reporters that Hillary Clinton hadn't taken their questions this calendar year. 
'So it's been 235 days since 'crooked' Hillary Clinton has had a press conference,' Trump reminded the press as he began. 
'I think it's time for Hillary Clinton to do a news conference because it's almost a year now and it will be interesting to see how she does,' Trump said as he left the stage
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3711284/Now-hold-press-conference-Hillary-says-Trump-bid-shame-year-long-silence.html#ixzz4FeeDZjNQ

Who Will Win The Election Of 2016

Let's face it. We have very bad candidates running for the highest office in the land. They're both pitiful. The Republicans should have this in the bad. It should be a landslide--but it won't be. Why, they may even lose and it's their own fault.

They have controlled the House and Senate for six years and have done nothing to thwart the communists in power. They deserve what they get.

My eldest son and I were having kitchen table chatter. He's more conservative than I. He lives in Olathe, Kansas and he told me his vote is meaningless and he's correct. Kansas will vote democrat when hell freezes over. "Why even bother going to the polls", he said. It's a waste of gasoline.
And he's right.

There are six or seven states deciding the election: Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Colorado, maybe Michigan and Wisconsin. If you don't live in these then don't waste your time going to the polls. It's already been decided.

My neighbor across the street is a national pollster of great repute. Last year he told me he knew who would win the presidency three weeks before the election and would let me know the winner.

Don't you wish you were me? I hold all the cards.

He Raped Me Not Once But Twice

A detailed interview with Juanita Broaddrick and her encounter with Bill Clinton.

http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/07/10/exclusive-juanita-broaddrick-provides-never-published-details-bill-clintons-rape/

What Is It About Bill Clinton

MJH received an email from a friend updating me on the DNC(I don't waste my time on those things).
He made a good point in his observation and I thought I'd share it with you.


"Watching the Dem convention right now....Bill Clinton walks onto stage.....whole place goes wild and is agog.
 
I’ve never understood their tolerance for a serial sexual predator in their presence...that they would want him back in their White House again.
 
Not one of them would leave their daughter alone with him".
 

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

How Those Dastardly Republicans Treat Women



  • The first woman to be appointed to the United States Supreme Court was a republican, appointed by a Republican president. 
  • The first African-American woman to serve as Secretary of State was a Republican, appointed by a Republican president. The first woman ever elected to Congress was a Republican. 
  • Three women were among the founders of the Republican Party and the party was the first to recognize women in its platform. 
  • The first woman ever to address a national political convention was a Republican. 
  • The first woman ever to have her name placed in nomination for the presidency by a major party was a Republicans at a Republican convention. 
  • The first equal rights for women plank carried in any major party platform was contained in the Republican Party platform. 
  • The first major party to favor federal woman suffrage was the Republican Party. 
  • The first woman to preside over a session of the U. S. House of Representatives was a Republican. 
  • The first woman to serve as Mayor of a major American city was a Republican. 
  • The first woman elected to the US Senate in her own right was a Republican. 
  • The first woman ever named US Ambassador to a major country (Italy) was a Republican, named by a Republican president. 
  • The first woman to ever serve as Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare was a Republican, appointed by a Republican president. 
  • The first woman to serve as CEO of a major party convention was a Republican. 
  • The first woman chairman of a state committee of any major political party was a Republican. 
  • The first woman in political history to be elected to the national co-chairmanship of either party was a Republican. 
  • The first woman to be the keynote speaker at a national convention of any major political party was a Republican.  
  • The first two women Senators to serve concurrently in Congress were Republicans. 
  • The first woman to be appointed Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development was a Republican. 
  • The first woman U.S. Representative to the United Nations was a Republican. 
  • The first woman appointed Secretary of the Department of Transportation was a Republican. 
  • The first three women to serve concurrently in the Cabinet were Republicans. 
  • The first Asian-American woman to serve in Congress was a Republican. 
  • The first woman to be chosen by the opposition party to respond to the president's State of the Union address was a Republican. 
  • The first women to serve as national Security Advisor, Agriculture Secretary and Interior Secretary were all Republicans. 
  • The youngest woman ever elected to Congress was a Republican.
From Dan Cirucci's blog