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Cruz Meeting with Milano

There were actually four people in the debate but one man wasn’t even introduced. I have yet read an article that identifies the fourth person. I think he was the father of a first response person. He was given the opportunity to speak but often chose not to.

Alisa Milano opened the discussion by expressing her fear and telling Ted Cruz he is a vilian. She made a point to say she woke up anxious, she has Anxiety. She lives in fear. She later admits Ted Cruz now knows her better than her therapist. From then on it was the Fred Guttenberg show.

Cruz, Milano, and the unidentified male listened patiently and attentively throughout Fred Guttenberg's monologue. He appeared angry and frustrated which is understandable. As Cruz attempted to respond, Guttenberg repeatedly interrupted Cruz and Cruz really wasn't given a chance to complete his thoughts many times. Milano was silent for the most part. When given the floor she brought up breast feeding and something else that didn't relate. Whenever she did speak on the subject she could only say she was afraid, there's no civility, nothing is being done, and everything should be tried. Cruz reminded her of the rhetoric she uses on Twitter.

One thing that stood out was Milano's behavior and what she asked of the father of a victim of a mass shooting. As the father described his daughter's death, he said he saw a video of his daughter's near escape and being shot. Alisa Milano suddenly asked, "Can we see the video?". Truly a ghoulish display. With her fear, therapy, and a knee-jerk need to see a person's daughter murdered, Milano should be taking an interest in another subject that was discussed, mental health.

The substance that came from this discussion would be the discussion around these 2 forms of legislation. Headway was made by Guttenberg stating he will examine the legislation referred to as Grassley-Cruz, which was explained by Sen. Cruz, and Cruz agreed to examine HR 8 which was brought to his attention by Mr. Guttenberg. Milano said she would challenge Democrats.

Posted by Weary_Willie at September 11, 2019 5:00 PM
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Disqus marked a link to WatchBlog as spam!

Posted by: Weary Willie at September 11, 2019 6:42 PM
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Perhaps because the spammers are all over WatchBlog?
I just banned and deleted about 100 new spam comments (mostly in the Democrat column, and most in very old articles), after returning from 1 week business trip.
I previously deleted all spam going back 1-to-2 years in all three columns, but there are still thousands of spam messages in comments before 2017, stretching back to about year 2006.

Posted by: d.a.n at September 16, 2019 8:34 AM
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Alisa Milano tweeted:

If @NRA or @NRAtv were run by brown or black people, it would be labeled a terrorist organization with hate propaganda that incites violence.

Is Alisa Milano assuming there are no brown or black people that are members of the NRA ?

When (ever) did anyone claim that they carried out their violent acts in the name of the NRA ?

Leftists don’t seem capable of doing and saying anything without making it about race too.

Posted by: d.a.n at September 16, 2019 8:57 AM
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They are thoroughly bent. Anything to cause a fuss. Did Milano go after Kavanaugh during the confirmation hearing?


Front and center.

I’ll bet the DNC has committed more crimes than the NRA has. They have the luckiest pair of dice in the world. They rig debates. They harvest votes like hay. My only hope is, the more desperate they get, the more obvious they become. Then we will see how they truly operate.

Posted by: Weary Willie at September 16, 2019 9:06 AM
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Weary Willie wrote: Then we will see how they [DNC] truly operate.
In my lifetime, I have never seen the level of despicable behavior that I have seen by many Democrats over the last few years.

Here’s how many Democrats operate.
This is the Democrat’s platform.

And the Democrats are shamelessly pandering and trying to bribe voters with all sorts of promises of free stuff:

  • a free income;
  • promises of free college tuition;
  • promises of free college for non-citizens also;
  • already, some sanctuary states give free tuition or in-state college tuition to non-citizens, but charge higher college tuition rates for out-of-state citizens;
  • promises to eliminate all college loan debt;
  • promises of free healthcare (including free healthcare for non-citizens);
  • promises of free day care for children;
  • promises to allow non-citizens to vote;
  • promises to allow people to vote at age 16;
  • promises to allow non-citizens to be counted in decennial CENSUS (which can increase the number of electoral votes for states with large numbers of non-citizens, since the decennial CENSUS does not verify citizenship); there is a reason why California is a sanctuary state with about 3 Million illegal immigrants;
  • promises to allow convicted and incarcerated felons to vote (including murderers, rapists, pedophiles, etc.);
  • promises of reparations for black people (punishing others that had nothing to do with slavery, which was abolished 154 years ago in 1865);
  • promises to promote sanctuary cities and states; promises of another amnesty like the shamnesty of 1986; promises of open-borders, while conveniently ignore 2,000 homicides per year by criminal non-citizens (source:;
  • promises to abolish I.C.E. and BCP (Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Customs and Border Protection);
  • promises to refuse any legislation to:
    • (a) require employers to use eVerify (to verify eligibility for employment);
    • (b) to stop the abuse of asylum laws;
    • (c) and stop the abuse of birth-right citizenship (women from all over the world are booking vacations to the U.S. to give birth, so that their child will have U.S. citizenship; 70% of births at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, TX are by illegal immigrants);
  • promises to give illegal immigrants drivers’ licenses, and also automatically register them to vote; illegal voting by non-citizens is widespread in all states;
  • promises of statehood for Puerto Rico and D.C.;
  • promises to change the number of Supreme Court justices with hopes of packing the court with more extremists like themselves;
  • promises to restrict or eliminate 2nd Amendment rights, and say it is worth it “even if it saves only ONE life”, but hypocritically ignore 2,000 homicides per year by criminal non-citizens, and the many tens of thousands of victims of crime by criminal non-citizens (sources: ; ), not to mention losses of $300 Billion (or more) per year due to illegal immigration.
  • and now, promises to pay off all medical bills.
There appears to be no low that many Democrats won’t hesitate to stoop-to in order to obtain more votes (i.e. via lying, bribing voters; massive illegal immigration to get more electoral votes, etc., etc., etc.).
And nevermind that the things being promised are impossible, and would cost many ten$ of Trillion$ of dollar$, and the U.S. national debt is already beyond nightmare proportions of $22.6 Trillion ($69K per person) as of SEP-2019 (more than U.S. GDP).

Posted by: d.a.n at September 16, 2019 9:46 AM
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Another reason to think Democratics are insane is their insisting that Socialism needs to be tried again. They need to try it “their” way for it to finally work. Their way tends to push out the “compromise” and “reaching across the aisle”. There’s no room in a socialist society for a free market. They’re incompatible. People will have to be forced to pay for products they don’t need, and force people to make products people don’t want, or need.

Question for Socialists: How will a socialist society handle the birthday cake, the second car, the big screen tv?

Posted by: Weary Willie at September 16, 2019 11:07 AM
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Weary Willie wrote: Question for Socialists: How will a socialist society handle the birthday cake, the second car, the big screen tv?
They will promise all of it to be FREE !!! Posted by: d.a.n at September 16, 2019 12:05 PM
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Socialist promises of “free” medical care many times results in “death-by-delay”.

Where medical care pricing is revealed before treatment, in the United States, costs have come down. A good example is Lasik eye surgery as well as in the plastic surgery field.

We do not have a health care problem in the US. We have a delivery system problem that can be fixed by applying the principles of Capitalism.

Posted by: Royal Flush at September 16, 2019 3:09 PM
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Do any of you remember my proposal called, “The Block Government”?

It’s motto; “Cross no roads, rivers, or railroad tracks”.

Does that resonate with any of you?

Posted by: Weary Willie at September 16, 2019 10:31 PM
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Sorry, I only vaguely remember it. Can you summarize it, and that may ring a bell?

Posted by: d.a.n at September 17, 2019 9:41 AM
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A block government is a local community governing body that deals with local issues. The area is defined by physical barriers, roads, rivers and railroad tracks. Eventually, if you follow the rule, cross no roads, rivers, or railroad tracks you will eventually walk the border of your block government.

The idea is to reduce the number of people in a jurisdiction to allow those people greater decision making influence in managing the area they are living in. Things like security, trash removal and recycling, etc. would be handled by the people in that block. A pack of dogs with attached cameras would patrol the area to identify any unwanted strangers and remove the need to wait for police. Travel into the area would mimic a gated community. Trash recycling at the smaller local level would be much more efficient.

I think organizing a community at the much smaller level would benefit those living in that area and allow them to reach solutions to problems that major city structures are unable to solve.

For instance, a 20 student school does not have the problems a 2000 student school has. The reduced population makes the individual much more influential. A block government could reduce the problems by reducing the number of people exposed to the problems.

Posted by: Weary Willie at September 17, 2019 1:54 PM
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It would be interesting to hear which Democrat/Socialist presidential wanna-bees our Liberal Pals, phx8, j2t2 and others, are supporting.

My best guess would be Elizabeth Warren.

Posted by: Royal Flush at September 18, 2019 5:38 PM
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I’ve no interest in politics until this conspiracy thing gets addressed.

I will cast a vote for Trump but I ain’t interested in hearing more political bull crap until there is accountability for this soft coup.

If no accountability there is no reason for political debate in this country. May the strongest team win, and so on …

Posted by: Roy Ellis at September 18, 2019 7:12 PM
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I said that a long time ago, Roy Ellis. We need to forget the word compromise when it comes to governing. We need numbers and I think we’ll have them this time around. If the federal government goes all in for Republicans there’s no reason to accommodate Democratics. They can sit in the back of the bus for the duration Just like they do to Republicans.

Posted by: Weary Willie at September 19, 2019 8:09 AM
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