Dead Cats: 2Days, 11/06/16, (23)38: James Brody


JANET: Change your vote; Sample Ballot, Citizens for Liberty

TRUMP/Clinton: SCHWARTZ – Close history books; CARSON – New deal for Blacks; WASHINGTON TIMES – Hillary’s sins; SIMON – Civil War?; LA Times – Polls; DRUDGE LINKS.

NATIONAL: BEDARD – Amnesty tax; ZITO – Elitism dies.

PA: BERG – Final push; KNEPPER  – CAP endorsements.



Janet: Malvern Office for Trump

Location for the Malvern Office for Trump. Phones should be in and phone banks will begin. Right now you can get signs, handouts, and volunteer for door to door campaigning.
The address is: 270 Lancaster Ave, Suite H, Malvern PA 19355

Change your vote!

“While it’s true that absentee voters can change their ballot, the Department of State says the tweet, which has been shared 4,000 times, needed clarification.

“Wanda Murren, the department’s press secretary, said Pa. absentee voters can’t change their ballots by calling the department.

“To change their votes, Murren said, absentees instead have to appear in person on election day, Nov. 8, and vote.

“”And that will void the absentee ballot,” she said. . .”

Also –

Citizens for Liberty: Weds, Nov 16th

“Currently, U.S. Law Shield has upwards of 200,000 legal gun owners as members, including civilians, law enforcement and military personnel. In addition, U.S.
Law Shield is honored to serve numerous civilian firing ranges, firearms instructors, firearms publications and federal firearms licensed dealers. U.S. Law
Shield has become one of the largest civilian repositories of firearms legal defense information available in our great country and has expanded its coverage to include any legal weapon.
“U.S. Law Shield’s passion is to support all aspects of legal firearms ownership in our great and unique country regardless of any politics or party
affiliations. Between our program attorneys and our scores of independent attorneys assisting in the firearms program, we provide legal protection anywhere our
members are covered.
-King of Prussia Volunteer Fire Company, 170 Allendale Road, KOP, 19406
-7 until 9p.m. (doors open at 6:30)
-Our famous free potluck dinner buffet included. Bring a snack, dish, or simply enjoy
-Cash bar (non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages available at an inexpensive price)/self serve coffee
-Random monthly door prize
*We will be collecting non-perishable food and beverages to share with needy families at this particular event. Anything at all is a help, however we do not want anyone to feel obligated whatsoever. They will be distributed as needed during the winter months.
*Please share this extremely informative and fun event with your family and friends. You will be surprised at what you will hear. Our Constitution is at stake. U.S. LawShield is here to help!

Aiming to preserve our God-given and Constitutional rights,

Jane Taylor Toal, President/CEO Citizens for Liberty

Valley Forge Patriots

Janet: Sample Ballot


Here is a list of districts in Chester County to see your sample ballot for Nov. 8. Please note the second page! Vote NO on this item. They are trying to increase the retirement age of judges. (Their next job?)

The Pa. Constitution already has a mandatory retirement age of 70!

On the Montgomery ballot it’s the question on the right side.

“I think there is desperation by Democrats that Trump is actually gaining in the polls and it looks real good that he’s going to win.”


Ian Schwartz, RCP: “Trump Gives GOP Weekly Address: “It’s Time to Close the History Books on the Clintons””

“DONALD TRUMP: For the past seventeen months I’ve travelled across this nation and met the amazing people of our country. Their hopes have become my hopes and their dreams have become my dreams.
“This is not just a campaign, it’s a movement. It’s a once in a lifetime chance to take our government back from the donors and the special interests, and return the power to you, the American people.
“Fifteen days ago, I proposed my Contract with the American Voter—a 100 day action plan to bring real change to Washington. We need change so badly. If we win on November 8, and elect a Republican House and Senate, we can finally deliver the change the American people deserve.
“My Contract includes a plan to create 25 million new jobs. We will cut taxes on the middle class Americans by 35 percent, and we will repeal and replace the total disaster known as ObamaCare – it doesn’t work.
“We will also immediately fix our terrible trade deals and stop the jobs from leaving our country. My Contract includes a pledge to end illegal immigration, and end it rapidly, cancel federal funding for sanctuary cities, and suspend the admission of Syrian refugees into our country. They’re coming in by the thousands, and Hillary Clinton wants to increase that by 600 percent.
“We will rebuild our badly depleted military, and take care of our great, great veterans.
“We will give every parent in America the right to send their kids to the school of their choice, including millions of low-income African American and Hispanic children who have been failed, so long—for generations in fact—by the Democratic politicians like Hillary Clinton. They just haven’t been able to do the job. They’ve treated African Americans and Hispanics horribly in so many ways.
“We will undertake a national effort to reduce crime and poverty, and bring jobs and safety to our inner cities—finally, at last.
“We will restore the Constitution and nominate Supreme Court Justices who will do the same.
“At the center of my Contract is my plan to end government corruption. Hillary Clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency of the United States, and if she were to win it would create a constitutional crisis like no other. She’s under multiple federal investigations, has committed many crimes, including perjury, and she’s now facing the prospect of a federal indictment. . .”

Ben Carson, The Root: “Trump’s New Deal for Black America Begins With a Good Education”

“Donald Trump often says things that many people believe to be true but dare not say.

“He did it again recently by saying that nobody needs to tell African Americans in this country that the old New Deal from the Democratic Party isn’t working for them. Trump made the simple but accurate observation that in election after election, Democratic Party leaders take African-American voters for granted, and year after year, the condition of black America gets worse.

“Trump is right: African Americans need a new deal from the next president. In a speech last month in Charlotte, N.C., Trump proposed just that, with clear policies for creating jobs, protecting our communities, making health care more affordable and renewing our urban areas. . .”

Washington Times: “Sugar-coating Hillary’s sins”

“The crimes of ‘Crooked Hillary’ are revealed as worse than anybody imagined

“The slime pit called Clinton Inc. gets deeper and deeper. The latest disclosures by WikiLeaks reveals that a top official at the Justice Department alerted Hillary Clinton to the progress of the FBI investigation into her email correspondence. This disclosure alone should be enough to make even the most trusting believer in the innocence of Lady Macbeth lately of Little Rock take due notice of the raw facts (but it probably won’t).

“It’s clear now that both the Department of Justice and the State Department were working closely with Hillary’s campaign to minimize the political damage she should expect to suffer from the revelations that as secretary of State she played fast and loose with the nation’s closest-held security secrets, and purely for her own convenience had sent official emails via an unsecured private email server. This was a felony, usually severely punished.

“Everyone could see early on that Hillary, her aides and her lawyers were doing things that any conscientious prosecutor would have found more than sufficient to file obstruction of justice charges against her. When confronted with the facts, she and her aides lied, not just to the public, but to investigators and prosecutors, and destroyed evidence they resolutely said they didn’t have.

It’s not yet clear who is responsible for hacking John Podesta’s private email accounts, but it is abundantly clear that what has come out already should lead to indictments. It’s further clear that with friends like John Podesta, the chairman of her campaign, Hillary needed no enemies. The complaining of her partisans about hackers and invasions of privacy, together with their refusal to deal with the facts now in the public sphere, ring hollow indeed. Hypocrisy always stinks, and is never pretty. . .”

Roger Simon, PJM: “Is America on the Brink of Civil War?”

“. . . If Hillary Clinton is elected, the very next day millions of Americans will be watching to see what will happen with the FBI and the Justice Department.  Since we can now assume this will be a close election, that would be nearly half the voters in this country, sixty to seventy million people, almost all of whom believe Clinton, the woman a few weeks from inauguration as president, should have been charged with serious crimes and belonged behind bars, not in the White House.

“Moreover, many have seen the WikiLeaks that reek of collusion between the Clintonistas and officials at the FBI and Justice, not to mention with virtually all the mainstream media outlets that were distrusted to begin with and are now reviled.

“If that’s not an explosive situation, what is?  And we don’t know what Assange et alhave in store for us after the election.  Just now we learned that the Clinton Foundation accepted—while Her Ladyship was secretary of State and in honor of Bill’s birthday—an unreported one million dollar donation from that paragon of women’s and gay rights, Qatar. This is chump change in the grand Clinton scheme of things, but another reminder of their unending greed and corruption. More importantly, as Tyler Durden points out, this time there should be legal consequences for the foundation—or would be normally in a country governed by the rule of law.

“Only we’re not anymore.”


“We ask voters what the chance is that they will vote for Trump, Clinton or someone else, using a 0-100 scale. The overall level of support for each candidate reflects the weighted average of those responses.

Hillary Clinton 42.6%  Donald Trump 48.2%  Area of uncertainty* Based on 2,988 respondents As of Nov. 06, 2016

“By age

“Voters 35-64 have so far shown the least volatility, splitting about evenly between Clinton and Trump. Trump holds the advantage among those 65 or older. The two candidates have exchanged leads among younger voters.

“By education

“Trump holds an advantage among voters without a college degree. White voters who have not graduated from college are a core source of support for Trump. By contrast, Clinton has done better among voters with college degrees than previous Democrats.

“By income

“Clinton holds a distinct edge among lower-income voters, reflecting her strong support among blacks and Latinos. Trump has a lead among middle-income voters.

“By race/ethnicity

“Disaffected white middle-class voters have been the backbone of Donald Trump’s presidential run, as the poll shows. Black and Latino voters lean heavily toward Clinton. Trump’s statements critical of Mexicans in the U.S. illegaly have harmed him politically among Latinos.

“By gender

Trump saw a significant bounce in his support from women after the Republican convention, but Clinton rebounded quickly after her convention. Trump’s support among men has remained fairly steady. . .”

Drudge Links 11/06/16


‘We Don’t Need to Fill Arenas’…
Coast-to-coast campaigning…
Dem terrority…
More Hillary cough…
3 person line for Kaine…
Black Vote For Donald DOUBLE ’12…
Dave Chappelle Defends Trump, Rips Hillary: ‘She’s Not Right and We All Know It’… 


Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner: “Amnesty tax: $15,000 per household, $1.2 trillion”

“Amnesty for illegal immigrants like a program proposed by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton would require an immediate tax hike of $1.2 trillion, a $15,000 hit on every household in America, according to a new analysis of immigration reform.

“The authoritative National Academy of Sciences said the cost to give some 11 million illegals citizenship rights would be staggering, though it suggested long-term benefits.

“A Heritage Foundation analysis of the NAS study looked at just the impact amnesty would have and said that an immediate tax increase of $1.29 trillion would be needed to finance the infrastructure, school, welfare and other costs of illegals. . .”

Salena Zito, Washington Examiner: “The death of elitism”

“Somewhere off U.S. 62 between Sharon, Pa., and Masory, Ohio, a sign reads, “You had your chance, it’s our turn now.”

“That homemade sign, located in the fault line of this election in the Mahoning Valley between Ohio and Pennsylvania, in all its simplicity found a way to capture the essence of this presidential cycle.

In fact, it offered more insight into the discord between the American electorate and the governing elite than any pundit has been able to explain, let alone comprehend.

“In short, the biggest takeaway from this election no matter who wins is that we have witnessed the end of elitism.

“And the power of elites to persuade us has evaporated.

“The public no longer has faith in big banks or big companies or big government. People cannot trust the banks because they create sham accounts to meet sales targets, or trust technology companies because they make shoddy cell phone equipment that blows up in our hands only to be replaced with another shoddy phone that blows up in our hands.

“And the governing class has failed us miserably, from wars in the Middle East that never end, to a healthcare bill that erodes our income to the politicization of the once trustworthy institutions of the Pentagon, NASA and the Justice Department.

“To them, the system is genuinely rigged, and the divide between the Ivy League educated and the state or trade school educated, between the haves and the have-nots, has become so deep that there is no bridge long or sturdy enough to connect them. (emph added, jb)

It is that very thing that explains why so many Americans are attracted to the deeply flawed candidacy of Donald Trump. . .”


Rebecca Berg, RCP:” Pennsylvania in Play? Campaigns Make Final Push”

“When Trump’s general election campaign was still in its early stages, his advisers envisioned a path to victory through Rust Belt states like Ohio and Pennsylvania, where lost manufacturing jobs had drained local economies of their lifeblood.

“Trump and his allies anticipated that these states’ working-class complexion would make them a natural fit for the GOP standard-bearer, with voters on the whole more white and less educated than elsewhere.

“That theory has shown its merit in Ohio, a key battleground where Trump has maintained a slight edge. But Clinton has steadily held modest advantages in WisconsinMichigan and Pennsylvania.

“With Election Day approaching, however, her margin is shrinking, and Trump is hoping to reassert himself in Pennsylvania in particular. Without its 20 electoral votes, his path to 270 diminishes dramatically. . .”

Leo Knepper, CAP Endorsements

The long term goal of our Ben Franklin Project is to elect fifty-five members to the House and fifteen to the Senate. Here is our list of endorsed candidates for this year’s general election:



Mark Amsdell—HD 71 (Cambria County), Rep. Cris Dush—HD 66 (Indiana and Jefferson Counties), Rep. Joe Emrick—HD 137 (Northampton County), Rep. Eli Evankovich—HD 54 (Westmoreland County), Dawn Keefer—HD 92 (Cumberland and York Counties), Rep. Jason Ortitay—HD 46 (Allegheny and Washington Counties), Rep. Greg Rothman—HD 87 (Cumberland County), Frank Ryan—HD 101 (Lebanon County), Rep. Rick Saccone—HD 39 (Allegheny and Washington Counties), Rep. Tommy Sankey—HD 73 (Cambria and Clearfield Counties), Rep. Dan Truitt—HD 156 (Chester County), Rep. Ryan Warner—HD 52 (Fayette County)


John DiSanto—SD 15 (Dauphin and Perry Counties), Wayne Langerholc—SD 35 (Bedford, Cambria, and Clearfield Counties),


Aaron Bernstine—HD 10 (Beaver, Butler and Lawrence Counties), Rep. Stephen Bloom—HD 199 (Cumberland Counties), Rep. John McGinnis—HD 79 (Blair County), Cecilia Houser—HD 72 (Cambria County), Joel Sears—HD 95 (York County)


From Barb – “From Lady writing Paul Ryan on Facebook……

“I am still voting for Trump! Angie Hoffman said it best…..I was asked tonight how I could ever support Trump after the comments he made over 11 years ago about women and if I would still support him if he made those comments to my daughter? My response was this….If he had put our nations security at risk, I would not vote for him. If his organization received large donations from countries that killed women and gays, I would not vote for him. If he boasted 30 Years of government experience, but still could not discern if an email was classified or not, without someone letting him know if it was or not, I would not vote for him. If he boasted about how he has defended children his entire life, but is for abortion even late term, when the child can feel pain, I would not vote for him. If he wanted my 3 year old Granddaughter to go to restrooms with men dressed as women, I would not vote for him. I have taught my daughter and will teach my granddaughter to disregard sexist remarks and move on, especially when they were made so many years ago and, also to forgive those who say they are sorry. If he caused lives to be destroyed in Benghazi and then lied to the faces of the parents as they stood at their child’s casket, I would not vote for him. If people who came against him mysteriously turned up dead, I would not vote for him. If he suddenly developed a southern accent when he was in the South, campaigning, I would not vote for him. If he continually broke the law and that was ignored, I would not vote for him, but right now, the only person who does all these things is Hillary. Right now, the fact that Donald made these remarks over 11 years ago, does not move me. I’m bigger than those remarks and we all have said stupid things throughout our lives. To me, the fact that Hillary lies continuously, is a much bigger problem. … Rant over… Still voting for Trump.”


About jamesbrody

Psychologist, photographer, biker, and writer posing as a political activist.
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