Monday, June 27, 2016

Pochontas to Stump With Hill in Buckeye State

   While Senator Elizabeth Warren is campaigning with Hillary Clinton today, don't be fooled into thinking the Bay State Senator will be the running mate. Senator Warren is enjoying the stage and attention and delivers the insults about Trump but there's no way Ms. Clinton puts up with her on the ticket.
   Senator Tim Kean. Take it to the bank.


Anonymous said...

The fact that their token Indian isn't really an Indian shows just how dishonest Democrats are. But hey, it works. The nation is overrun with freestuff people and folks who can only function with a cell phone in their hands.

NY21inMD said...

I agree with you than Tim Kaine, a moderate Democratic Senator from Virginia, is Hillary's VP pick. He's popular in Virginia and will help carry the state. The current Democratic governor in Virgina will appoint a Democrat to take his place. He is well regarded in the Senate and will assist the Clinton Administration in moving legislation. He's a former Governor and can serve as President if need be. He's a very good campaigner and debater, and would best any VP pick of the Donald except Ivanka.

Anonymous said...

Joke is on you Jeff. You can't even correctly spell your snarky slur. For the record, it is P-O-C-A-H-O-N-T-A-S.

Anonymous said...

Jeff, we loved the comedy skit between you and the Doof on the hotline today. Funny stuff!!

The entire office howled with laughter when you asked the Doof if he thought the election was going to be close, to which he responded in his infinite wisdom…. “no, I don’t.”

Oh, and the mirthful “Pocahontas” wise cracks…. amusing…. if not original.

You guys are the best!!

Anonymous said...

She sendum smoke signals up golfer's behinds. Is heapum funny.

Anonymous said...

Yeah Jeff, because if there is one thing Trump never ever does is insult people. Everybody knows that.

rick aldrich, USMC said...

When I worked in federal government, I used to encourage subordinates to tell the truth, because you couldn't be prosecuted for telling the truth. Time and todays climate, have proven me way wrong. I guess I should have told them, that lying your butt off, will get you places. This would have proven me correct.

Danny M. Francis (Eyepublius) said...

I said Sen. Tim Kaine (VA) awhile back and he is the best choice for VP in my view.

Now about Sen. Warren, if facts matter and around here they don't seem to matter much, but here goes anyway ...

Background: She claimed Native American heritage that had been handed down by third-hand family member stories that she might be 1/32 Cherokee.

1. Even if it could be proven, it wouldn't qualify her to be a member of a tribe: Contrary to assertions in outlets from The New York Times to Mother Jones that having 1/32 Cherokee ancestry is sufficient for tribal citizenship and Indian enough for the Cherokee Nation, and is was not a deal-breaker in MA senate race.

2. Even as 1/32 Cherokee, she would not be eligible to become a member of any of the three federally recognized Cherokee tribes based on the evidence so far surfaced by independent genealogists about her ancestry.

3. She NEVER used that to gain employment or admission to any job or school. That is a GOP-hyped myth. She did describe herself as a part minority in a law school directory, and later touted it as a Native American while she was already a faculty member while tenured at Harvard Law School in the mid-1990s.

4. She only described herself as having Cherokee and Delaware Indian ancestry based on family tales and nothing official per se.

Her actions or pronouncements were not illegal or "insider designed" – but it sure makes for good political fodder.

Hell, I'm 1/16 Cherokee myself - my Mother's side about 4 generations back, but I've never claimed any special privilege and none has ever been sought.

Anonymous said...

“She sendum smoke signals up golfer's behinds. Is heapum funny.”

More like she sendum thunder and bolts of lightning up a certain goofy golf course owner’s behind. Is heapum hilarious.

Anonymous said...

One can not feel the repression of the dispossessed unless one has non white blood running through thier veins. Likewise a politician can not be trusted to put forth the nipple, unless he/she (which of course could be one of two different people, or not) has had the nipple withheld by the white man at some time in the last 250 years.

Read it again real sloooowwwwwlly

Anonymous said...

Oh yes, we hear from Dannie, the former King of Korea. He quotes Mother Jones for information regarding our fake Indian. Thanks for your input, Dan.

The reason her bs didn't make a difference in the Massachusetts race was because the state is full of deep thinkers like yourself. Party first, nation a far distant second, if it even makes your list.

She described herself as a "woman of color". I think her color is the same as yours, pink.

Max Volume said...

a person born in a specified place or associated with a place by birth, whether subsequently resident there or not.
"a native of Montreal"

Now since I was born in the USA, I guess I'm a native American too! Time for me to start checking THAT box instead of 'Caucasian.' Heck, I've never even been to Caucasia anyway.

Anonymous said...

Dan says our Fake Injun's actions were not illegal. That's the same thing he said about Planned Parenthood chopping up babies and selling their parts. You're right, Dannie, it is perfectly fine.

Anonymous said...

Sorry Jeff, and not that you care…. but per usual, you’re full of RW dung. This was put to rest a long time ago. Yet, you and Team Dumb Ass frantically run with it like it actually means something.

Rumor: Elizabeth Warren lived in a multi-million-dollar mansion and relied on scant Native American heritage claims to land a job at Harvard.

“…Warren responded she was recruited for the positions and did not "apply" for them; and for the most part, her record did not indicate any identification as part of a minority group:

The Globe obtained a portion of Warren's application to Rutgers, which asks if prospective students want to apply for admission under the school's Program for Minority Group Students.

Warren answered "no."

For her employment documents at the University of Texas, Warren indicated that she was "white."

But Penn's 2005 Minority Equity Report identified her as the recipient of a 1994 faculty award, listing her name in bold to signify that she was a minority. The Herald has twice quoted Charles Fried, the head of the Harvard appointing committee that recommended Warren for her position in 1995, saying that the Democratic candidate's heritage didn't come up during the course of her hiring. "It simply played no role in the appointments process," he said. "It was not mentioned and I didn't mention it to the faculty."

The Herald later quoted Fried, a former U.S. Solicitor General under President Ronald Reagan, saying, "I can state categorically that the subject of her Native American ancestry never once was mentioned."



Originally published: 30 October 2014

Last updated: 24 February 2016


Anonymous said...

It doesn’t matter Jeff. HRC could pick Santa Claus as a running mate and still beat Trump. Take it to the bank.

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Good post 1:35.

Warren was born in Oklahoma where my wife is from and I can tell you first hand most of the state is Native American to some degree, including my wife. One thing for sure, there isn’t one shred of evidence that she benefited professionally from her personal family stories and history. I think Mr. Graham should be ashamed of his self for posting a false, offensive, and derogatory public statement.

Anonymous said...

Be honest for once in your life, Dannie and 8:19. It is impossible to document whether or not someone benefits from making claims of being an Indian. You know that, or should. The offensive part of her bs is making the claim in the first place as a way to pad her resume. You know that, or should. For you to defend a faux Indian makes perfect sense, as you're our faux American. And Dan, this has been a nationally recognized and reported story. Don't get all wet over Mr Graham's mention of it.

Anonymous said...

Democrat spin being presented as facts. Just like the spin now being applied to Benghazi. It is the Clinton way, you lie and deny until you die.

Anonymous said...


6:37 = LIAR.

There are other multiple independent sources out there that have verified the accuracy of the information and it is easily available. But we get it, as a T/PUB you’re too lazy and badly informed to care about the truth.

Maybe you should stick with what you know best; the other dumb downed liars at the Republican Propaganda Network…..

Q: Is run by “very Democratic” proprietors? Did they lie to discredit a State Farm insurance agent who attacked Obama?

A: A chain e-mail that “exposed” Snopes contains falsehoods. And in fact, the site is run by someone who has no political party affiliation and his non-voting Canadian wife. A State Farm spokeswoman confirms what they reported about the Obama-baiting agent.


Max Volume said...

Snopes is basically a Mom-and-Pop website that attempts to prove/disprove rumors and their opinions are not gospel.

Anonymous said...

Uh, that's not true Max and you know better. and any number of other, objective, credible fact-checking sites have ALL discounted this accusation against Sen. Warren.

If you have something to the contrary please provide your source(s).
Meanwhile…. You can either join the reality-based world or you can continue to wear your tin-foil hat, listening to FOX, Rush, and Alex Jones. The choice is yours.