AAPI voters may decide who wins Harry Reid's senate seat and electoral votes in battleground states

Reid is retiring this year and the Nevada senate race is between Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto and GOP Rep. Joe Heck. Politico reports this race might be decided by Asian-Americans:

Hillary's leaks--a toss up: Heads or Tails? Is she mentally competent?

Hello, Hillary Health fans. Now, knowing this audience, there will be some repulsed by health matters being mentioned--after all, that's not polite. When it comes to somebody's mental competence to do the job of being President, it damn well should matter. My health issues--or your health issues--are nobody's concerns but our own--as long as we are not running for elected office.

Could the Clinton Foundation mess have been avoided?

Back in December 2008, anticipating Hillary Clinton’s confirmation as Secretary of State, the incoming Obama administration asked that all foreign donors to the Clinton Foundation and associated entities be disclosed and state department approval be obtained for some donations. The administration signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Clinton Foundation to this effect.

A Primary In Review: Was the Democratic Primary Rigged?

Throughout the Democratic primary, many raised doubts as to the impartiality of the process. These doubts stemmed primarily from grievances regarding systemic issues like superdelegates and closed primaries as well as concerns surrounding the Party Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who had co-chaired Clinton’s primary run in 2008. The media’s seemingly slanted coverage only added to suspicions.

Donald Trump is rallying a lynch mob. He's done it before, with the Central Park Five.

From Politico: “Trump's long dalliance with violent rhetoric — Beyond his own incendiary comments, he's done little to mute loose talk of killing Clinton and Obama”

And refrains of “hang the bitch” and “kill the bitch” have grown increasingly common at Trump rallies. [...]

Hillary shocked, SHOCKED that somebody would obliquely suggest Assassination

Except she did it first. And I'm willing to give the FULL context of her comment as well. If you don't want to listen to her for more than ten seconds or so, Skip to 1:50, where she gives the full frontal commentary.


In other words, she's convinced that because of an assassination comment, she should be just given the presidency.

Donald Rumsfeld endorses Hillary!

In case you didn't get it. This is SATIRE.

Donald Rumsfeld endorsed Hillary Clinton earlier today, saying “I believe Secretary Clinton is the steady hand we need in the various wars we are fighting”. This was greeted by the DNC as yet another sign that moderate, mainstream, responsible Republicans are deserting their toxic nominee.

Rumsfeld, who served as defense secretary under George W. Bush, is remembered for his commitment to sharing enduring freedoms with unfortunate countries requiring an assist to vault into the age of democracy. “I believe Hillary Clinton understands American exceptionalism and how much the world needs us” Rumsfeld is quoted as saying.

Though an unlikely endorsement, this is not the first time Hillary Clinton and Donald Rumsfeld have found themselves on the same side of a political issue. In 2002, Hillary Clinton crossed the aisle in a courageous vote to deliver the benefits of liberty to the people of Iraq, via the agency of the US armed forces. Donald Rumsfeld was the defense minister at the time. This is a “known known”.

Spokespersons for the Clinton campaign and Mr. Rumsfeld said the two had developed mutual respect and a close rapport over the years. “They both call Chicago home and share a certain mid-western simplicity. Also a common work ethic. They work very hard. Mr. Rumsfeld has a standing desk.” said the Clinton spokesperson. “This is what you might call an unknown unknown”, a spokesperson replied when asked why Mr. Rumsfled had switched his support.

With Mr. Rumsfeld’s endorsement, the Clinton campaign has been reluctantly endorsed by dozens of senior Republicans. Staffers speculated as to whether former vice-president Dick Cheney would join them. “If Cheney were to come on board, that would soften up a lot of formerly unreachable Republicans. We will always have our differences with them, but on some things, such as keeping America safe, we can agree that Secretary Clinton will be the better choice” a senior DNC official who requested anonymity said.

The biggest possible prize remains elusive, the Clinton campaign continues to pursue the highly coveted Kissinger endorsement. The pursuit continues despite recent revelations that the Carter administration was incensed at Mr. Kissinger’s 1978 trip to Argentina. On that occasion, Mr. Kissing publicly praised the military junta responsible for thousands of “disappearances”.