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wallisweaver 903 posts  |  Last Activity: 9 hours ago Member since: Jan 21, 2008
  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jun 29, 2016 10:49 PM Flag

    "WW perhaps you ought to check-out this recent poll.
    June 29, 2016 - Shock poll, Clinton-Trump Race Too Close To Call, Quinnipiac University
    I nevertheless admire your insight on Intel, Micron and technology in general."

    [I admire your ability to compartmentalize!!! LOL ]

    [The latest Fox poll has Clinton up by 6. ]

  • Tiny elf-like hands
    Big mouth. Really big, huge mouth. Monstrous. Always running.
    Multiple personalities. All ugly and unlikable.
    Anger resolution issues. Wakes up mad, goes to bed mad.
    Moderate to severe mental health problems. Full-time employment for some shrink.
    No education recap.
    Lousy taste in music. Seventies.
    Drinks inferior beer. It compliments his inferior life.
    No sense of humor. Zip, nada, none.
    Much better at receiving insults than giving them. The art of smack eludes him.
    Non-working deadbeat drag on society.
    Fascist political views.
    No military service.
    Wants his country back but it was never his country.
    Thinks old white people have rights - everyone else not so much.
    Working his way up to behavior that will get him permanently incarcerated.
    Terrible writing skills.
    Can't spell or figure out how to get his spell checker to work.
    Bulldog ego backed up by puppy dog skills and abilities.
    Never stops whining, moaning, groaning and complaining.

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jun 29, 2016 5:35 PM Flag

    Intel has run almost exactly with the Nasdaq since the Brexit debacle kicked in. But of course that never discourages you from you FILTHY distortions. You gotta have some daily fiction to prop yourself up.

    But, why are you still here? The war's over. You lost. Take your sour grapes and go home.

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jun 29, 2016 5:32 PM Flag

    "Old news!"

    [True, with so much new Trump bad news coming out minute by minute, there is little reason to revisit his old bad news. The guy is a treasure trove of bad news. Like an artesian well of bad news that gushes up out of the ground 24/7. Like the gift that keeps on giving. ]

  • wallisweaver by wallisweaver Jun 29, 2016 12:08 PM Flag

    Another day of stalking for the board's resident fascist psycho.

  • Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump across the board in a new poll of battleground states.

    According to Ballotpedia's battleground poll, Clinton leads Trump:
    51% to 37% in Florida
    45% to 41% in Iowa
    50% to 33% in Michigan
    48% to 38% in North Carolina
    46% to 37% in Ohio
    49% to 35% in Pennsylvania
    45% to 38% in Virginia

    Her leads held at nearly the same margins when Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson was included in the poll. And Clinton led Trump 48% to 37% when all states were factored together. With Johnson included, Clinton led Trump 44% to 34%, with Johnson at 13%.

  • And says a day without stalking is like a day without sunshine.

    Get some professional mental health care, you effing sicko.

  • Today TPM's Caitlin MacNeal brought us the news that Donald Trump and his scion Donald Trump Jr have been bombarding members of the UK House of Commons with fundraising email spam asking for contributions to his political campaign. He even offers to match their illegal foreign contributions dollar for dollar from his own fortune up to two million dollars.

    Accepting contributions from foreign nationals is illegal of course though in this case it seems more a matter of incompetence than criminal intent, as though Trump has bought his email list not for a party list vendor but maybe from a Nigerian email scammer. In any case, it's not just the UK. It turns out some or perhaps all members of the Icelandic parliament have also receiving fundraising emails from the Trump campaign asking for money.

    Late Update: And bizarrely enough, there's more. Trump has apparently also been hitting up the entire Australian parliament for contributions ...

    From Talking Points Memo

    [He doesn't even know it's illegal. LOL]

  • After a knife fight in Sacramento, neo-Nazis have decided to take their talents to Cleveland to defend Donald Trump supporters during the GOP convention.

    The neo-Nazis who organized the pro-Donald Trump rally in Sacramento, California, that turned bloody over the weekend have a new destination: The Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

    “We’re essentially just going to show up and make sure that the Donald Trump supporters are defended from the leftist thugs,” Matt Parrott, spokesman for the white-nationalist Traditionalist Worker Party, told McClatchy, claiming that roughly 30 members of the party would head to Ohio in July.

    The Traditionalist Worker Party is yet another white-nationalist group of “race realists” that has wormed its way into relevance through the ascendancy of Trumpism. The party—which fights for a lily-white America “free from economic exploitation, federal tyranny, and anti-Christian degeneracy”—is led by its chairman Matthew Heimbach, who gained national media attention in 2013 as the 22-­year-old founder of the Towson White Student Union. In 2014, the Southern Poverty Law Center dubbed him the “Little Führer” who had “plunged into full-fledged neo-Nazism.”

    From The Daily Beast

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jun 29, 2016 1:25 AM Flag

    "Donald Trump reportedly has convicted rapist Mike Tyson and chair-throwing, rape apologist coach Bobby Knight on his wish list for the GOP convention.

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump—who has gone out of his way to accuse Mexicans of rape and frequently slams Bill Clinton as an accused rapist—apparently wants an actual convicted rapist at the Republican National Convention this summer."

    From TheDailyBeast

    [Wow, and Donald thought he had a problem with women voters before. ]

  • Donald Trump, a pile of faux-leather designer handbag knockoffs, has compiled a murderers’ row of sports figures for next month’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Bloomberg Politics reports that Mike Tyson, Mike Ditka, Bobby Knight, and NASCAR CEO Brian France have all chosen to shed whatever dignity they have left and make appearances.

    Earlier this month, Trump voiced his desire to have “winners” at the convention, and said that he was “thinking about getting some of the great sports people who like me a lot.” His campaign has pulled enough strings to net a convicted rapist, a clueless CEO, and two pricks.

    From DeadSpin

  • Reply to

    Market Vs Intel

    by my_name_is_real_slim_shaddy Jun 28, 2016 2:39 PM
    wallisweaver wallisweaver Jun 29, 2016 1:14 AM Flag

    "Nasdaq down 80, Intel down $1 Nasdaq up 80, Intel up $.30 cool. what a blood sucker."

    [Intel has outperformed the Nasdaq over the last year and over the last month, peabrain. Oh, I mean Lucy.

    my_name_is_real_slim_shaddy to Ignore. ]

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jun 29, 2016 1:10 AM Flag

    "Trump is fortunate to have a more important 'Miller' as his top policy advisor and warm-up act.
    Stephen Miller the former aide to Sen. Jeff Sessions now gives inspiring speeches
    at Trump rallies."

    [You mean rather than "John Miller" or Trump impersonating himself. Senator Sessions would have been a poor presidential candidate but still much, much better than Trump.

    A while back Trump said that he could shoot someone on Times Square and it wouldn't affect his followers' opinion of him. You have exactly this eyes glazed over, non-thinking or evaluating view of Trump. This is absolutely what we don't need in the American electorate. If you can't think or evaluate then you have no business voting. ]

  • Donald Trump has assured us that he only hires all of the best people. But with 16 other presidential campaigns competing against him in the Republican primary and a new poll showing that a majority of Republican voters would actually prefer any other nominee besides Trump, it comes as little surprise that the reality TV star turned White House contender is having some difficulty finding people, let alone the cream of the crop, to finally staff his general election campaign.

    Trump’s second hire, Jason Miller, was forced to delete a series of tweets attacking his new boss shortly after his hiring was announced Monday evening.

    From Salon

  • GOP primary voters picked a loser.

    These findings suggest several things. First, members of the GOP electorate did a horrible job of finding an electable candidate. Perhaps that is because they are out of touch with other Americans, or perhaps they were duped by Trump. Second, this might not be the nadir of Trump’s campaign. Remember that he has practically no money and Clinton has plenty of cash on hand for ads. Once she dominates the airwaves, his numbers may decline further. Third, Trump is getting just 6 percent of Democrats; he gets 1 percent of liberal Democrats (which is within the margin of error, so he may be getting zero support). His plea to win over Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-Vt.) supporters, in other words, is falling on deaf ears. Fourth, Republican voters seem more tolerant than one would expect of GOP pols who speak out against Trump. Fifty-eight percent want them to speak up, while only 38 percent want them to keep quiet. Maybe politicians afraid to speak up are underestimating their fellow Republicans. There’s less risk in condemning Trump than they might think.

    From WaPo

  • From WaPo

    [Why would anyone vote for a pathological liar?]

  • Whatta thug. Full-time internet stalker. Well, as a deadbeat, non-productive, non-working member of society he doesn't have anything meaningful to do. He should go to college.

  • Shoulda bought the dip.

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jun 28, 2016 4:38 AM Flag

    "You may be scornful of Donald Trump but I hope you realize Hillary Clinton does not fare any better...maybe worse."

    [Clinton isn't a racist. She has extensive and real foreign policy experience. Her economic plans aren't all bluster and bs. She isn't going to tank the stock market. Two thirds of the country don't consider her unqualified to be president. She will take care of the middle class. I could go on and on endlessly. Clinton is a hugely better and safer candidate.]

    "It's unfortunate the results in November will render 50% of the country miserable."

    [More like 33 percent miserable. But it's your own fault. The Republican primaries were like a clown act - for a second year in a row. You are producing candidates like Sarah Palin and Trump. It's no wonder no one takes them seriously. Candidates like Trump and Cruz are an insult to American voters. ]

    "Still a very close race...conventions and debates will determine who gets the edge"

    [A 12 point differential is not a close race. The Republican convention will be another clown act.]

  • wallisweaver wallisweaver Jun 27, 2016 7:48 PM Flag

    "Like him or not, at least Donald Trump offers a choice to voters from the rest of the pack."

    [That's like going to the grocery store and getting your fruits and vegetables out of the dumpster because that distinguishes them from the rest of the produce in the store. ]

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