THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2018
Trump’s 972nd Day In Office
Real E-Mails From Real Subscribers
Every politician in America has been celebrating ever since I ruled in favor of COAST’s Avaricious Attorney Chris Finney’s case to allow those same politicians the “Right to Lie” during political campaigns. —Liberal Whacko Judge Tim Black
We need all the help we can get, since there are now only 47 more days until this year’s November 5, 2015. —D-RAT Vote Frauders
How much did Finney charge his clients for filing all those complaints whenever they were caught lying? —Ohio Elections Commission
Was it OK for me to tell all the students in my college political science class that it’s OK to lie? —Disgraced Former Ohio Second District Congresswoman “Mean Jean” Schmidt
Was it OK not to tell Ohio’s First District D-RATS I only got 3% of the vote when I ran as a Republican against “Mean Jean” and “Bronze Star” Brad” Wenstrup in the 2012 Republican Congressional Primary, even if it is true? —Flim-Flamming Flyboy Fred Kundrata
Was I lying when I promised to support the Republican nominee for president? — Ohio’s Delusional Governor John Kasich, Already Campaigning For the President of New Hampshire in 2020
Some people might say I wasn’t telling the truth, either, but I just liked to park and see if I could get away without putting money in the meter. —Disingenuous Defeated D-RAT Attorney General Candidate David A. Pepper
Were we telling voters the Truth when we voted to piss away $1 Million of the Over-Taxed Payers’ money on Racial Extortionist Liz Rogers’ Mahogany’s Restaurant at the Banks?—The Soul Food Six on Cincinnati City Clown-cil (Wendell Young, Charlie Winburn, rich heiress boy Alexander Paul George Sittenfeld, Yvette Simpson, Laure “Not So” Cleanlivin’, and Cecil Thomas)
Were we telling the Truth when we told Voters we could find money to operate Dainty D-RAT Mayor Mark Mallory’s Trolley Folly? —The Streetcar Six (Clown-cil Members Flynn Flam” are Clown-cil Gay Chris Squealback, P.G. Sittenfeld, Yvette Simpson, and Wendell Young, along with Vice Mayor David Mann)
We totally agree that the answer to false statements in politics is not to force silence (by forbidding lies) but to encourage truthful speech in response, and to let the voters, not the Government, decide what the political truth is. —American Civil Liberties Union
Do you think we’re actually smart enough to decide what the political truth is? —All Those Dumbed-Down, Self-Absorbed, Media-Influenced, Celebrity-Obsessed, Politically-Correct, Uninformed, Short-Attention-Span, Free-Stuff Grabbing, Low-Information Obama Supporters Who Put The Positively Worst President in History In The White House—Twice, and Failed Trying To Give Obama a Third Term By Voting For Crooked Hillary, and get all of their “fake news” from our Obama Supporters in the Press, like the ones at The Fishwrap and on Channel 5, 9, 12, and 19
Please don’t ask how many lies were being told in all those Chabot-Pureval attack ads. —Greedy TV Ad Salesmen
Did the Judge really suppose we were going to tell voters every time a candidate failed to tell the Truth? —Feckless Fishwrappers
How many times have we heard that the Press is “too lazy, too stupid, or too dishonest to do their jobs, let alone to report the Truth?” —Media Consultants at the Conservative Agenda
Members of the Media always have an Agenda, and the Judge supposed candidates being lied about have the same access to money and the media as the ones telling the lies. —Political Insiders at the Conservative Agenda
That’s the big problem. After your opponent’s campaign spends a million dollars lying about you, it’s hard to raise a dime for your own defense. —Political Fundraisers at the Conservative Agenda
The reason my campaign kept hounding Dumbed-Down D-RATS for Donations was to raise money to tell lies about Mitch McConnell to combat the Truth he was telling about me. —Alison Wondergams Grimes
Was I lying in 2016 when I said I wasn’t running for president full time? —Kentucky Senator Rand Paul
Was I lying when I said I knew what I was doing when I picked Kenton County Republican State Senator Chris McDaniel as my running mate the 2015 GOP primary for governor and lieutenant governor? —Former Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer
I never lied when I was in politics, just like nine years ago this week when I filed that frivolous lawsuit against The Blower. —Eric “Call Me Crazy” Deters
This month in 1940, Congress imposed the draft and Selective Service was born, but it wasn’t till the Vietnam War that WLW Hate Radio Political Trash Talker Bill Cunningham lied to his draft board and skedaddled to Saskatchewan. —Hurley the Historian
There would be a lot fewer items to select from every day if we could only chose items where politicians were telling the Truth. —Your Quote for Today Committee
Are our winners lying, or do they actually believe all those stupid things they say? —Liberals Say the Stupidest Things Award Committee
If The Reds tell you they haven’t already been eliminated for 2019 and 2020, would they be lying? —Whistleblower Senior Spoiled Sports Editor Andy FurBall
Are people on TV who tell lies about their personal lives as bad as politicians? —“Trish the Dish” on Channel 19 News
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