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Saturday, October 08, 2022

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: Surfing dogs are fun.

But I will take a dog riding a dolphin any day.

ITEM 2: You don't need a poll to tell who will win in Florida.

God bless the refs. Can't have a game without them.

ITEM 3: Real Clear Politics has the House race at 220 Republicans, 180 Democrats and 35 tossups.

On Friday, Rhode Island 2nd district went from tossup to Leans Republican, two Leans Democrat became tossups, and three more districts inched a space in favor of Republicans.

RCP now projects a red wave of 7 to 42 seats.

The site has the Senate at 52-48 Republican.

ITEM 4: Just the News reported, "Vanderbilt University Medical Center will cease performing gender transition surgeries for minors in response to a letter from Tennessee lawmakers demanding it do so.

"The Daily Wire's Matt Walsh, who reporting the lawmakers credited as prompting their demand, on Friday announced the reply from the VUMC in which the hospital acquiesced."

The Commodore is pleased.

ITEM 5: The Daily Mail reported, "Uvalde suspends ENTIRE school district police force over failed response to Robb Elementary School massacre."

Nice.

Now prosecute.

ITEM 6: Fox reported, "The suspect accused of killing two people and injuring six others during a stabbing rampage on the Las Vegas Strip is in the U.S. illegally, sources told Fox News. 

"Yoni Barrios, 32, is a Guatemalan national in the U.S. illegally with a criminal record in California, a source with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said."

Illegal aliens. Doing the jobs Americans won't do.

ITEM 7: WHYY reported, "The Delaware Supreme Court wasted no time banning no-excuse mail-in voting, which lawmakers had approved in June for use in this year’s elections.

"The justices issued their expedited ruling Friday, just one day after the justices held a hearing on whether to affirm or overturn a Sept. 15 ruling from a Chancery Court judge who said the new law violated the Delaware Constitution."

Bwahaha.

Democrats will need to find a new way to cheat.

ITEM 8: Politico reported, "The organization provides the clearest indication yet of how Trump plans to engage during the final stretch of the midterm campaign and, those in the former president’s orbit say, offers a preview into what the structure of a 2024 campaign could look like. Republicans have been heavily outspent in races across the map, and party strategists have been anxious for Trump — by far the party’s biggest money magnet — to help financially.

"Trump has spent minimally on behalf of Republican candidates so far this year, but that’s about to change with the new super PAC. Save America, the former president’s leadership PAC and one of the best-funded entities in politics, has around a $100 million cash reserve — money that can be transferred to MAGA, Inc"

I hope he spends it in Arizona, Georgia, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Alaska where Murkowski can be beaten by a Republican.

ITEM 9: Fox reported, "A Pittsburgh-area school district reversed course after receiving backlash for suspending a high school biology and anatomy teacher who reportedly refused to comply with the school's preferred pronoun policy. 

"Pennsylvania teacher Daren Cusato of the South Side Area School District was suspended last week after he reportedly told school officials that he would not follow a new district mandate requiring teachers address students by their preferred pronouns, because it violated his religious beliefs."

What would a biology teacher know about sex?

ITEM 10The New York Post reported, "A blogger who shared racist remarks about former President Obama was paid by Democratic Rep. Vicente Gonzalez’s campaign for “advertising services” on two separate occasions.

"In November 2014, Juan Montoya, who operates the El Rrun Rrun blog, amplified the insensitive comments that were penned by Jerry McHale, another blogger who was revealed in July to have made numerous racist and sexist remarks through his own blog that targeted GOP Rep. Mayra Flores."

Just another Democrat going back to his party's racist roots.

ITEM 11: Breitbart reported, "Republican Michael Henry slightly leads Democrat state Attorney General Letitia James in her reelection bid to continue serving as the state’s top law enforcement officer, a Trafalgar Group survey revealed this week.

"The most recent survey found that Henry, within the 2.9% margin of error, leads James in her reelection bid by one point."'

An upset for Henry would be the Mother of All Trumpenfreude. 

ITEM 12Gateway Pundit reported, "Democrat Gubernatorial Nominee Katie Hobbs Struggles To Name One Thing She’s Learned From The Hispanic Community At Embarrassing Hispanic Townhall Event"

Thank you for the gift, Miss Hobbs.

ITEM 13: The Daily Mail reported, "Just a few weeks after assuring fans she's 'not racist' during an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, Sharon Osbourne is being accused of just that by demanding her $900,000 donation to Black Lives Matter be returned.

"The British television personality is catching flack for seemingly defending Kanye West's 'white lives matter' drama by telling TMZ on Wednesday: 'I don't understand why white lives don't matter?'

"Sharon, 69, also appeared to back Ye's assertion that the Black Lives Matter movement was a 'scam'. Her comments come as the star is emerging from her own public cancellation over a racism scandal on The Talk."

Gee, maybe she should report the swindle to the police.

You know, the people she wanted defunded.

ITEM 14: CNBC reported, "New cars are slowly becoming more widely available, as supply chain bottlenecks finally start to ease. But now, an increasing number of Americans might not want them or be able to afford them.

"With the Federal Reserve aggressively hiking interest rates to fight inflation, consumers are finding that the cost of financing a new car is suddenly a lot higher than it was even earlier this year. That’s expected to cut demand and add new pressure to the auto industry, which had been struggling with depleted inventories during the pandemic."

Inflated prices led to inflated interest rates which will lead to factories and dealerships closing down.

ITEM 15: WaPo reported, "Republicans rally around Don Bolduc in NH. But is the pivot enough to win?"

Real Clear Politics lists New Hampshire as a tossup state.

FINALLY, at noon Eastern, my first exclusive-to-Substack post will be sent to more than 2,000 subscribers. The post is pretty poignant.

Yesterday, I also notified Substack subscribers of two censored posts that I went ahead and posted on Substack.

You can read it this afternoon at https://donsurber.substack.com

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13 comments:

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  2. 1. Very convenient that they had multiple camera angles and inspiring music handy!

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  3. I think the dog/dolphin clip is from the movie "Zeus and Roxanne"

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  4. Item 3 - Yes, it is going to be ugly, if you are a lefty. I think the senate floor is 53-47. And the economic news is just going to get worse.

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  5. address students by their preferred pronouns,
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    why would teacher address a student using pronouns?

    to refer to student >>> still can use just name

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  6. Item 14: Expect large rebates to come back. Prior to covid there were almost always HUGE incentives to buy new vehicles. With the bottleneck open expect those incentives to come back.

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  7. ITEMS 8 & 11 - I suggest that Trump spend some of his election funds on New York. Not only does Michael Henry have a slight lead over Atty.-Gen. James, but Lee Zeldin is in a statistical tie with Gov. Hochul. Winning these two races will bring back the two-party system to New York.

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  8. Item 11: From Wikipedia, which CONSTANTLY implores me to donate to them:

    "Michael Henry [New York State Republican challenger to Letitia James, Reckless Demagogue/Ignorant Sow] may refer to:

    "Michael Henry (Alberta politician) (born 1955) ... politician ... Canada

    "Michael Henry (Jamaican politician)

    "Michael Danan Henry (born 1939), Buddhist

    "Michael Henry (footballer) (born 1986), Montserratian footballer"

    News blackout on the real M.H., eh?

    Will Pay Palimony send my $0.01 to Wikignorami?

    We'll never find out.

    *****

    Don, time to dump your location and go to Substack full-time. Screw the fun colors (graphics) and all the rest.

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  9. 3 - 7 seats, or even 20 seats would not be a red wave. I want 40-60.

    7 - excellent. Other cheating states, take notice.

    8 - Agree. I have high hopes that Murkowski is defeated, despite the ranked voting scam that was put in place to protect her.

    12 - that transcript of Hobbs makes the Ho VP sound like Ronald Reagan.

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  10. I subscribed to the substack version as soon as it became available. However, it refuses to let me in. It just keeps leading me in a circle of sign in > must use password > new password email > back to sign in > don't recognize you...

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    1. Maybe you should register again. I am new to the system so I do not know how it works

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