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Everything posted by Khan

  1. The Politics Thread

    I feel most sorry for those who live in those areas but who do not support Trump OR the tax bill. As for the others...? Well, you bought your tickets, now you take your chances.
  2. Vet actor returns to Days

    I'm fine with Jack being a "ghostly" presence in his son's life. It's no different from when Duke and Harper would serve as Jack's conscience.
  3. The Politics Thread

    I heard someone compare the past year to a soap opera, and I thought, "Nuh uh!" Even your most garden-variety soap opera has better acting, better writing, better directing and all-around better production values than any noise emanating from TrumpCo. or Trump Nation.
  4. The Politics Thread

    Sorry, Ms. Ramsey, but the knife cuts both ways. Do go away mad, Roy. Just...go away.
  5. Yep. It's a major reason why I've been watching the Hallmark Channel's "Countdown to Christmas" with a vengeance. Even hate-watching these movies has been, for me, a chance to de-stress from everything and focus on something positive. (IDK what the [!@#$%^&*] I'm gonna do come January.)
  6. The Politics Thread

    It doesn't surprise me that Roy Moore refuses to concede. If he could, he'd probably storm city hall on his horse with guns blazing. Heck, he'll probably do it anyway.
  7. I'll certainly never be able to watch "Tootsie" again in the same way.
  8. The Politics Thread

    Either way, Paulie's taking a long, hard look at his "What Would Ayn Do?" wristband.
  9. The Politics Thread

    Now, wait a minute, there COULD be more than one person named "Patty Duke," lol.
  10. Same. Wow. Brad Kern. It's a shocker -- and yet, it isn't. I mean, if you ever watched an episode of "Charmed," you'd know there was some SERIOUS misogyny and objectification going on in the writing. I hope they take Ivana Trump's advice and get everything.
  11. The Politics Thread

    Once again, Susan Sarandon needs to retain her seat. People like her on the far-left are part of the reason why everything's such a mess these days. HO HO HO! Now, wouldn't THAT be something? That, or Paul Ryan, too, has played the Slap and Grope Game with some very unwilling females.
  12. The Politics Thread

    A "Democratic tsunami" sounds awfully nice...but I am so worried about getting my hopes up. I mean, it LOOKS like the tide might turn next year against the GOP. But there's probably an equal chance of the GOP bouncing back somehow before then.
  13. Oh, ick. The thought of anyone having to go down on Carter [!@#$%^&*] Oosterhouse is just...ick.
  14. The Politics Thread

    True. But, OTOH, since Trump is, well, Trump, I wouldn't put it past him to acquiesce to a Democrat-led Congress and claim publicly that he never loved the GOP anyway. Know what I mean?
  15. Judging from the TPM article, "Danny Ray" would have made for a perfect villain/murder victim on "In the Heat of the Night."
  16. The Politics Thread

    Exactly. Between their unpopular tax agenda and their defeats in both Virginia and Alabama, many within the GOP who rely on corporate donors might be hatching contingency plans should the 2018 midterm elections not turn out well for them.
  17. The Politics Thread

    And again, we say, "Goodbye, good riddance, goodbye." Except, even "Felicia" is too good for the likes of Omarosa. Seriously. Felicia doesn't want her name even MENTIONED in the same breath as Omarosa. Just don't. IA with Carl: the GOP believes they need to accomplish something this year. Otherwise, they'll probably run the risk of their voters writing them off as a failed, do-nothing Congress. However, as I think I've said upthread, I see the GOP as being caught in a no-win situation of their own making. If Congress pushes through their tax agenda, they'll please their donors, but lose the faith, respect and, most importantly, support of their voters. But, OTOH, if they don't succeed in getting the tax bill into the books, the voters might be satisfied, but the donors will likely cut off their cash supply. Damned if they do, damned if they don't (...and ain't life grand).
  18. The Politics Thread

    Wait a minute: do you mean to tell me that Omarosa actually tripped the alarm at the WH because she wouldn't go peacefully?? Oh, my God. She's not only basic, she's ghetto.
  19. EON was the rare soap opera that ended entirely too soon.
  20. The Politics Thread

    As I wrote on my FB page, black voters, in general, understand that it isn't about voting for the candidate you like. But it IS about voting for the candidate whom you think will get the s**t done. Plain and simple.
  21. Once again, I must applaud Ridley Scott, as well as the folks from Sony and Imperative Entertainment, who were involved in this last-minute switcheroo. I'm actually tempted to watch this !@#$%^&*].
  22. The Politics Thread

    I wouldn't put it past that woman. My favorite part of the USA Today article, which Eric posted upthread: This isn’t about the policy differences we have with all presidents or our disappointment in some of their decisions. Obama and Bush both failed in many ways. They broke promises and told untruths, but the basic decency of each man was never in doubt. And that, as Alanis Morrisette might say, is what it all comes down to. No president has ever been able to please all of the American people all of the time. But most presidents, from BOTH sides of the political aisle, have been able to conduct themselves while in office with SOME sense of dignity. Trump just doesn't have that ability; and we are way past time realizing how detrimental that is to the security and survival of our country.
  23. The Politics Thread

    And I hope that safe place has a ton of champagne, because even in those quarters, they'll have a ton of celebrating to do!!
  24. The Politics Thread

    Oh, s**t. "September" would have been a much better song/video to post. Oh, well.