From Insomniacs Anonymous

The trouble with having severe sleep apnea is that you sleep a lot during the day, so it’s sometimes difficult to sleep at night. It happens to me a lot. Since I have to get up about 12:30 AM anyway, I thought I’d do something constructive.

BEFORE I START, YOU MUST SEE THE LATEST BLR VIDEO. HILLARY IS HILARIOUS.
Trump, Mike Pence, Barack Obama, Clarence Thomas, John Roberts and George W. Bush were all featured in the video, but nobody got it worse than Secretary Hillary Clinton.

‘Angel’ Families to Meet with Trump as New Immigration Policy Orders Signed

THIS IS BRILLIANT. THE MEDIA WILL FOCUS ON THE POOR ILLEGAL FAMILIES THAT WILL BE FORCED TO GO BACK HOME.
TRUMP IS FOCUSING ON THE FAMILIES WHO HAVE BEEN VICTIMIZED BY THESE MONGRELS.
“Angel” parents Mary Ann Mendoza and Steve Ronnebeck traveled to Washington, D.C. from Arizona to meet with the President on Wednesday. They count among the parents to whom Trump gave the opportunity to tell their stories as he campaigned across the United States.

Economist Says Stock Market Gained $2 TRILLION in Wealth Since Trump Elected
Elizabeth MacDonald recounted how former President Barack Obama told a crowd in 2016 that Trump would need a “magic wand” to bring lost jobs and manufacturing back to America.
Moore said that statement, compounded with Democrats’ becoming “subservient” to billionaire Tom Steyer and his climate-change-advocate allies, have opened the door for union cooperation with the White House.

Obama ordered a crack dealer freed. Masked gunmen stormed in and executed him first
Convicted crack cocaine dealer Damarlon Thomas was executed Monday night, police said, when two masked men came looking for him. President Obama had commuted his sentence. He was scheduled to be released.
He’d been sentenced twice to probation for selling drugs before the big Sunnyside bust in 2007, in which he admitted to selling 14 grams of crack to a government informant.

Spicer: White House May Want a National Voter ID Law
IN 2008 AND 2012, OBAMA WON EVERY STATE WITHOUT VOTER I.D. HE LOST EVERY STATE THAT DID REQUIRE I.D. IF THIS PASSES,THE DEMOCRATS ARE IN DEEP SHIT. THEY CAN’T WIN IF THEY CAN’T CHEAT.

The press secretary noted that people often vote twice and even dead people are some states’ voter rolls. As such, the White House is ready to take necessary steps to “study to understand the scope of the problem and to stop the problem going forward.”
One solution President Trump may propose, Spicer mused, is a national voter ID law for all Americans.
“Voting is most sacred right that we have,” Spicer insisted, adding they “must ensure that we know every person’s vote counts equally.”

Liberals desperately fight demoralization
The Women’s March was more a mass group therapy than the launch of a new “resistance” movement
We have seen such demoralization play itself out in the crying, group cry-ins, and generally hysterical reaction to Trump’s victory.
It’s likely to get worse before it gets better.
Trump is fast out of the gate, and throwing out so much change so fast, it has liberals demoralized.

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MORE IN THE COMMENT SECTION.
I SPEND A LOT OF TIME DOING THIS AND RARELY ASK FOR ANYTHING.
I HOPE YOU ALL READ THE POST I DID YESTERDAY WITH THE VETERANS’ OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT.
I THINK YOU’LL BE RENEWED AS MUCH AS I WAS.

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15 responses to “From Insomniacs Anonymous

  1. Pistol Pete

    Pelosi: I Feel “Sad” For Trump, “I Even Prayed For Him”…

    “All we want is the truth for the American people. I, frankly, feel very sad about the president making this claim. I felt sorry for him. I even prayed for him. But then I prayed for the United States of America.”
    http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/01/25/pelosi-i-feel-sad-sorry-for-insecure-trump-after-voter-fraud-comments/

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  2. Pistol Pete

    Survey: Most Mexico-Bound Cash Remittances Sent by Undocumented Workers

    SURPRISED?EVERY LITTLE STORE IN THE MEXICAN NEIGHBORHOODS HAVE A WESTERN UNION SIGN IN THE WINDOW
    A survey by Inter-American Dialogue of remittances to Mexico found that a majority, 67 percent in 2013, were sent by “undocumented” individuals living in the U.S.

    Of all of the remittances sent to 11 countries in Latin America from the U.S. in 2015, Mexico received the largest share by far at 36 percent – four times more than the closest competitor, Guatemala, at 9 percent, the survey found.
    http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/mark-browne/survey-shows-most-billions-mexico-bound-cash-remittances-each-year-are-sent

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  3. Pistol Pete

    Portland Police Absolutely FLATTENED These Protesters Who Stopped Traffic
    THERE’S A NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN,CUPCAKES

    The police quickly descend on the group and literally flatten a number of them, pushing them to the ground and surrounding them as bystanders cheer them on. “Take them all down!” one man is heard shouting repeatedly in the background as they begin to arrest the black-clad protesters. An older woman gives the police an enthusiastic thumbs up.

    http://dailycaller.com/2017/01/25/portland-police-absolutely-flattened-these-protestors-who-stopped-traffic-video/#ixzz4WqMs2AwE

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  4. Pistol Pete

    Senate GOP: We’ll fill Supreme Court seat with or without Democrats

    Current Senate rules require 60 votes to confirm a Supreme Court nominee, which means Republicans would need the approval of eight Democrats, assuming all Republicans are on board. Because the GOP ignored President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee for most of last year, most Democrats are likely to oppose any Trump nominee.

    Republicans could also change Senate rules so that only 51 votes are required. The move would follow in the footsteps of Democrats, who in 2013 lowered the threshold to 51 votes for all executive branch and lower court nominees.
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/senate-gop-well-fill-supreme-court-seat-with-or-without-democrats/article/2612934

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  5. Pistol Pete

    A white Trump voter explains why he was inspired to leave a black waitress a $450 tip and an uplifting note


    Waitress Rosalynd Harris received a kind note and $450 tip from patrons at Busboys and Poets.

    The three white Texan men knew they stuck out in a place where African-American art and images cover the walls. And White said he could sense when his waitress greeted them that she knew they did too.
    When the men finished their meals White decided to leave Harris, a 25-year-old African American woman, a personal message on the receipt. Then, after he wrote it, he left a $450 tip on their $72.60 bill, which is a nearly 625 percent tip.

    “We may come from different cultures and may disagree on certain issues, but if everyone would share their smile and kindness like your beautiful smile, our country will come together as one people,” the note reads. “Not race. Not gender. Just American.” Then he added, “God Bless!”

    The $450 was a nod to Trump, the 45th president, White said in an interview, as a symbolic gesture that he hoped everyone could move forward together.
    http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/good-news/a-white-trump-voter-explains-why-he-was-inspired-to-leave-a-black-waitress-a-dollar450-tip-and-an-uplifting-note/ar-AAmbN2X?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=UE12DHP

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  6. Pistol Pete

    Ralph Lauren Stock Prices Spike In Wake Of Inauguration!

    Harper’s Bazaar is reporting that share prices in Ralph Lauren stock is soaring since the inauguration on January 20, 2017.
    Remember all those snotty designers who said they wouldn’t design an outfit for Melania Trump for the inauguration? Well today they are kicking themselves for snubbing the FLOTUS after seeing how well Ralph Lauren is doing in the Stock Market since the inauguration.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/01/melania-trump-effect-ralph-lauren-stock-prices-spike-wake-inauguration/

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    • For some reason this doesn’t surprise me. All of the virtue-signaling schmucks who ostentatiously announced their refusal to design for Melania should feel like complete idiots now. I don’t know Ralph Lauren’s politics (assuming he has any), but he is certainly a savvy businessman.

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      • chrissythehyphenated

        Plus he does his job, which is to make nice clothes that flatter the wearers. This was something too often missing in our last FLOTUS’ designer choices. I remember reading years back that the designer of her first inauguration gown was upset about how bad it looked on her. She had refused to allow him near her for a fitting!

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        • That was an ugly dress, period. It would have been ugly even if it had fit the way it was supposed to. Mrs. O. had terrible taste in clothing — she was seldom seen in anything that looked nice and flattered her. She’s not a bad-looking person, and she could have dressed in such a way as to maximize her good points and minimize her flaws, but she hardly ever did.

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          • chrissythehyphenated

            I heard she wouldn’t let any designers fit her in person. They had to work just from her measurements. That isn’t good enough and it showed. Plus, yeah, taste.

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  7. Ting

    You know what is interesting to me about the way things have gone so far? While Trump gets the Democrats and the media (one and the same, to be sure!) having hissy fits about crowd size and illegal voters, he is busy co-opting their Union voting bloc right under their noses. I have no doubt that he will be able to keep on doing it. He is the best at distracting them. Just think, a few weeks ago it was all about the Russians hacking and the invalid election. Today, there is no proof or evidence of irregular election results. He’s got them so unnerved they can’t even find a thread of consistency, other than their opposition to him and what he represents. He knows how to set them off like nobody else in his administration. No way should he give up Twitter. I used to think so. I wanted him to be more dignified, or something like that. But now I see the way he is fighting it, and dignity is just going to have to go by the wayside until this fight is won

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      ITA. I was sick throughout the campaign, so can’t say, but I’ve been struck by how serious he has been since the inauguration. Anyone else have a comment?

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      • Ting

        Well, I always thought he was as serious as could be during the whole process. A lot of smart people did not think so, but I always did. I really think that Romney’s loss (which should have been a slam dunk) and the GOP capitulation settled it in his mind that nobody else could hold up to the pounding that was going to be necessary to take to get things on the right track. They just didn’t have the fortitude to stand up to it, and he saw that. He may have tried to keep things lighthearted and humorous during the campaign from time to time, but he had a pretty clear idea of what was wrong, less clear ideas about exactly how to fix it, but a determination to get it right. I thought he might be able to have a little media honeymoon after he was sworn in, but that didn’t even last 24 hours, so I am glad he is such a fighter, an achiever, and a visionary. “Think big” is not something we have heard form our elected officials in a long, long time and we all need to hear it often, even if we hate the messenger. I do not think that Trump’s persona is one that I am particularly drawn to, but his message is important, and he has the power to get that message out past the media barricades. If he gets nothing more done than what he has accomplished this week, I will be fine with it, as long as he keeps telling us to think big and find a way to make it happen.

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      • jbob45

        So far, his style has been outrageous, unconventional, unpredictable, off-the-rails, and follows nobody’s playbook, including his own. It’s a brave new world. Guess we gotta get used to it.

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