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The California senator has dropped out of the Presidential race, so now I don’t have a topical excuse for dusty Willie Brown anecdotes.

 
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  1. I’m so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a “crazy bumbaclot.”

    Kamala’s was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala’s nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    • Replies: @Whitehall
    I suspect many predictions of a Harris nomination were based on fear in the hearts of the predictor.

    She was my worst nightmare as Dem candidate for president - not that any of the leaders are comforting.

    I don't have a specific personal prediction to recant but I did suspect she would do stronger than she did.

    , @Autochthon
    https://youtu.be/MRU46HCuI7I
    , @Hypnotoad666
    How do you screw up running in the Democrat primary when you are the only black female in the field? But she found a way.

    Personally, I think they wanted to vote for her but she just had the worst demeanor. She seemed like an annoying light-weight. No gravitas, seriousness, or intellect on display at all.

    She probably figured she still has a shot as somebody's Veep (to balance out stale pale Biden perhaps), so she'd get out early before embarrassing herself when the voting started.
    , @Realist

    She is the worst presidential candidate ever.
     
    There have been so many...it is hard to believe she is the worst...although she is a scumbag bitch.
    , @MikeatMikedotMike
    I predicted she would not do well with American blacks, and thought she might latch on as a VP candidate. California liberal whites may have loved her, but she had no connection to southern blacks and her white/Jew husband was a cast iron life raft in that regard.

    She also succeeded at looking a bit too "not black". She may been better off with with that Boys to Men style "fade to 'fro" she had in college instead of culturally appropriating the long straight hair of a typical Becky.

    https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5d194cd324000011209342c1.jpeg?ops=scalefit_630_noupscale
    , @bomag
    I'm one of those predictors.

    I figured: California senator; punched the racial/gender buttons; had some of the big money/establishment behind her.
    , @Achmed E. Newman
    I de-endorse thee, I de-endorse thee, I de-endorse thee.

    Good, that's over with. Now give me back my black T-shirt.

    (No, really, I never gave a rat's ass about any of these lame-o's of the blue squad of The Party.)
    , @Marty
    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable

    Sir, I beg to differ. She was quite creative in bullying Wells Fargo to forgive 2/3 of a mortgage which unfairly burdened one of her NOW friends.
    , @Prester John
    "Kamala’s was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever"

    Ho hum, a politician merely acting like a politician. Nevertheless, good riddance! Kamala MIGHT have become "the worst presidential candidate ever" had she received the nomination. Since she is now out of the picture, the Clinton woman still retains that crown.

    (Still wish she had married Barack Obama).

    , @Diversity Heretic
    I confess error and recant my prediction (made as early as 2017) that Kamela Harris would be the Democratic nominee and the next U.S. president. I thought that she could coast to victory on the strength of her sex and race. I haven't followed her candidacy closely, but I take it that she couldn't convince American blacks of her blackness, there were other women in the race, and she showed her true character as a nasty, arrogant Indian Brahmin.

    Mea culpa, but she and her donors had bigger delusions than did I.
    , @Paul Mendez
    I thought she looked pretty formidable on paper. Seeing her in the debates changed my mind. Same went for Scott Walker in 2015.
    , @Paul Mendez
    I thought she looked pretty formidable on paper. Seeing her in the debates changed my mind. Same went for Scott Walker in 2015.
    , @Faraday's Bobcat
    Yes, I will own my faulty prediction. She was such a bad campaigner that even with the entire establishment behind her, she blew it.
    , @indocon
    I predicted that she be the nominee as the last one standing, after Biden fizzled out, Pocahontas was deemed to be unelectable, party elders and donors were not going to let Sanders get the nomination, leadings to her as the last one standing.

    Guess this year will be different. Biden may still hang on to get the nomination and will defeat Trump if he does so, or else we have a repeat of 1972 when Trump trounces Warren.
    , @J.Ross
    I do have to admit, I did not expect her to just fizzle like this. Buttigieg and Yang are still going, what's up with that?
  2. Hillary Clinton types don’t do well. That rule also applies to Hillary Clintons in brownface.

    • Agree: fish
  3. Jared Taylor predicted years ago that California would never have another white governor, but he was wrong. Just questionable white guys.

    Will California ever have another male senator?

    • Replies: @Lot
    1. “Will California ever have another male senator?”

    The 7.5% of the US population that lives in Southern California has not elected a single member of the U.S. Senate since Pete Wilson in 1986. And he was a San Diegan! Los Angeles is kind of like Manchester before the Great Reform Act. I’m not complaining though, look who metro LA elects: Adam Schiff, Maxine Waters, Villaraigosa, and that tatted up millennial who popularized the world thrupple and took nudie pics hitting a bong.

    2. Steve, Willie Brown was for career. For love, you’re more her type.

    https://thenetline.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Kamala-Harris-and-Douglas-Emhoff.jpg

    3. “ I remember commentators here predicting Kamala’s nomination ad nauseum on this site.”

    Not me! I shorted her on predictit during her brief moment as the frontrunner and advised others to join me. I think after the first debate she was around 28 and Joe was about 23.
    , @Achmed E. Newman
    Will the land of Fruits & Nuts ever elect anyone but fruits and nuts?
    , @Prof. Woland
    When considering that both Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein are not (((white))) it has been more than a quarter of a century since we have had a white or male Senator. As DiFi ages out watch for someone like Schiff to make his move. My guess is that he has his eye on her seat. That way us white people in California can continue to be represented in Washington.
  4. Anon[187] • Disclaimer says:

    She’ll be back in 2024. She wants the presidency so bad she’s drooling for it. Power-hungry chicks don’t give up. If she was so ambitious for a job that she’d prostitute herself to Willie Brown, she’s do anything for the presidency. Heck, if the Democratic candidate in 2020 is male, she’ll offer to sleep with him for the Veep slot.

    Although when you think of Biden, Sanders, and Buttigieg on the receiving end of her offers, it’s both nauseating and absurd.

    • Replies: @Clyde

    She’ll be back in 2024. She wants the presidency so bad she’s drooling for it. Power-hungry chicks don’t give up. If she was so ambitious for a job that she’d prostitute herself to Willie Brown, she’s do anything for the presidency. Heck, if the Democratic candidate in 2020 is male, she’ll offer to sleep with him for the Veep slot.

    Although when you think of Biden, Sanders, and Buttigieg on the receiving end of her offers, it’s both nauseating and absurd.
     

    What a nasty sexist homoFobic comment. What you fail to see is she is fast motorvatin' over the hill, and will turn up with Hillary style cankles in 2024 if she dares. As always you must take a look if this ultra opportunist has a coinciding Senate election that year/

    Looked her up and she has an election in 2022 and 2028. This ex-Willie underbelly babe is fading fast. Willie had her best, most vivacious years. Score one for Blind Willie! Did Willie have to memorize everything he heard including Kams bubbles and squeaeks?

    , @MBlanc46
    That might not be the best approach to getting on the ticket.
    , @Andy
    I don't know about that. It's pretty embarrassing for her to drop out BEFORE the primaries. Despite non-stop fawning coverage by the legacy media.
    , @Andy
    Heck, if the Democratic candidate in 2020 is male, she’ll offer to sleep with him for the Veep slot.

    I don't know. Besides post-menopausal Kamala not being exactly a femme fatale these days, Bernie and Biden are probably far too old to function in bed. And Buttigieg, well, we know he is not into females.
  5. So, it turns out the Hindu Dindu just dindu nuffin after all, fo real an’ sheeit.

    All for the best, perhaps; but then again, the longer all the shrieking psychopaths stay in the race and get themselves heard, the better it would be for Trump. Most white Americans still don’t seem to realize the nightmare scenario which the Dems have in store for them, once the True Dems gain their permanent racist revanchist majority, and FUSA turns into a permanent one-party state. Permanent, that is, for those few years before the situation is seen to be intolerable, and the civil war begins.

    And like the last civil war, it all could have been avoided, if the sane people could have been heard above the screaming Mimi’s.

  6. There was a not so young man who first heard about Kamala on this very site. There was talk of her being the next POTUS. Some described her as being “sexually attractive.”
    Intrigued,the not so young man watched her YouTube videos,and found her to be argumentative and unpleasant. Whatever sexual appeal she may have had was lost on him.
    He began to doubt that she would ever be POTUS. He couldn’t see people,outside of stupid lefties, wanting to follow her.
    Her memories of gettin ‘ high while listening to Snoop,years before Snoop had a record,made her look a bit pathetic.
    She didn’t seem very bright. Her embrace of bussing as a key issue seemed like a shot in her own foot.
    Her sister,the genius who went to the white college (Kamala had gone black) turned out to be a birdbrain who messed up her campaign. Unlike Obama,she appeared to make the fatal mistake of not hiring white guys. Her manager was some guy named Rodriguez. Was he at least part Spanish?
    And so it was no surprise when she folded her tent and hied off,perhaps to a nearby woods for a long walk?
    The not so young man was glad to see her go and,in truth,found it all quite amusing.
    That not so young man………………..was me.

    • LOL: ben tillman
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Her embrace of bussing as a key issue ...
     
    When you put it (or spell it) this way, Father, she doesn't seem so dumb after all. Bussing is important, especially in high-power circuits. I don't like spaghetti either, so I support former-candidate Camel-la Harris, Assistant to the Willy, due to her strong belief in good solid copper bussing. Unfortunately, the Harris campaign didn't have enough circuit breakers in-line with the candidate's vocal system.
    , @Lot
    She’s curvy but with a thin waist and wears professional but well-fit clothing. That plus her lost youth made her well above average. Also, she was in SF, not LA where the competition is tough.

    http://www.capoliticalreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/kaala-harris-and-willie-brown.jpg
    , @Lurker
    Very occasionally, caught at the right angle, wearing the right clothes, she looks kind of presentable. Smiling helps too.
  7. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    The Dems have a ton of terrible candidates this year. Senile ‘No Malarkey’ groper Joe is right up there with Kamala. I just hope the Dems aren’t fielding a bunch of losers so they can sneak Michael Obama in at the last minute.

    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
  8. I’m so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala’s nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I will admit I was a Kams booster. I thought she was a threat to The Donald. Amazing how this fraud (your words) flamed out. Once she saw mini-Mike (what Trump calls him) pour a penny fraction of his Billions into an advertising blitz worth 37 million, she called it quits. Reason she said was lack of campaign funding. Lols, as in all Dem hopefuls are non-funded compared to Bloomie.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    I really thought she did a great job of beating up Sleepy Joe in the first debate. Never mind that she had been a prosecutor who sent lots of black folks to jail, Joe was awful because he passed laws that sent black folks to jail. In the Current Year, sending black folks to jail is racist. Even if they were selling crack.

    But then in the 2nd debate, she completely shifted gears and was nice to Joe. If she had just stayed on the attack against all of the other candidates I think she could have done it. That's what Trump did - he got the nomination not by his policy focus but by making all of the other Republican candidates look weak, Chris Christie was a big fat slob, etc. He lifted the scales from our eyes and made everyone realize that Jeb was a wimp and not Presidential timber. Trump had the courage to say out loud what everyone was thinking. Kamala could have done the same for Sleepy Joe and Fauxcahontas and Red Bernie and Buttedgeedge the Buttf-er. Did someone get to her and convince her to back off? Has she been promised the VP slot in return? I'm not a big conspiracy theorist but something changed between debates 1 and 2.

  9. Last night Tucker Carlson was literally doing joyous handstands reveling in Kamala’s political demise! Of course his performance was unseemly satisfying.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Last night Tucker Carlson was literally doing joyous handstands reveling in Kamala’s political demise! Of course his performance was unseemly satisfying.
     
    Handstands are much more seemly with the bowties Tucker no longer sports.


    https://media.gettyimages.com/photos/titled-the-martiny-equilibristen-a-man-in-a-bow-tie-and-waistcoat-a-picture-id72824355

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BerJkw-CMAAen7p.jpg
    , @Colin Wright
    'Last night Tucker Carlson was literally doing joyous handstands reveling in Kamala’s political demise! Of course his performance was unseemly satisfying.'

    I can relate; the choices for 2020 are still ghastly, but at least one of the most horrible has been eliminated.

    I suppose I want Trump-Sanders in the general election. One of them would have to win, but still...
  10. @Anon
    She'll be back in 2024. She wants the presidency so bad she's drooling for it. Power-hungry chicks don't give up. If she was so ambitious for a job that she'd prostitute herself to Willie Brown, she's do anything for the presidency. Heck, if the Democratic candidate in 2020 is male, she'll offer to sleep with him for the Veep slot.

    Although when you think of Biden, Sanders, and Buttigieg on the receiving end of her offers, it's both nauseating and absurd.

    She’ll be back in 2024. She wants the presidency so bad she’s drooling for it. Power-hungry chicks don’t give up. If she was so ambitious for a job that she’d prostitute herself to Willie Brown, she’s do anything for the presidency. Heck, if the Democratic candidate in 2020 is male, she’ll offer to sleep with him for the Veep slot.

    Although when you think of Biden, Sanders, and Buttigieg on the receiving end of her offers, it’s both nauseating and absurd.

    What a nasty sexist homoFobic comment. What you fail to see is she is fast motorvatin’ over the hill, and will turn up with Hillary style cankles in 2024 if she dares. As always you must take a look if this ultra opportunist has a coinciding Senate election that year/

    Looked her up and she has an election in 2022 and 2028. This ex-Willie underbelly babe is fading fast. Willie had her best, most vivacious years. Score one for Blind Willie! Did Willie have to memorize everything he heard including Kams bubbles and squeaeks?

  11. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I suspect many predictions of a Harris nomination were based on fear in the hearts of the predictor.

    She was my worst nightmare as Dem candidate for president – not that any of the leaders are comforting.

    I don’t have a specific personal prediction to recant but I did suspect she would do stronger than she did.

  12. Maybe she might make it as VP on the Democratic ticket?

    • Agree: nymom
  13. She doesn’t have any kids, so she does have an opportunity to write a brutally honest book about her ambitions. If she took a “What the hell was wrong with me?” tact, I’d read it.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    tact
     
    Tack.

    Tact is rare in her business, and usually fake... or saved for donors.

  14. Sad. She’d have had the best campaign theme song this time, by LA’s best Sixties band:

  15. @Reg Cæsar
    Jared Taylor predicted years ago that California would never have another white governor, but he was wrong. Just questionable white guys.

    Will California ever have another male senator?

    1. “Will California ever have another male senator?”

    The 7.5% of the US population that lives in Southern California has not elected a single member of the U.S. Senate since Pete Wilson in 1986. And he was a San Diegan! Los Angeles is kind of like Manchester before the Great Reform Act. I’m not complaining though, look who metro LA elects: Adam Schiff, Maxine Waters, Villaraigosa, and that tatted up millennial who popularized the world thrupple and took nudie pics hitting a bong.

    2. Steve, Willie Brown was for career. For love, you’re more her type.

    3. “ I remember commentators here predicting Kamala’s nomination ad nauseum on this site.”

    Not me! I shorted her on predictit during her brief moment as the frontrunner and advised others to join me. I think after the first debate she was around 28 and Joe was about 23.

  16. @Johnny789
    She doesn't have any kids, so she does have an opportunity to write a brutally honest book about her ambitions. If she took a "What the hell was wrong with me?" tact, I'd read it.

    tact

    Tack.

    Tact is rare in her business, and usually fake… or saved for donors.

    • Replies: @Johnny789
    Hmmm, I guess I was thinking that if she wrote a book and was tactful about it, which usually seems to be the case, then it wouldn't really be very interesting. I'm terrible at reading between the lines, so I prefer a Plain Dealer. Must have something to do with the environment in which I was raised in.
  17. @Dan Hayes
    Last night Tucker Carlson was literally doing joyous handstands reveling in Kamala's political demise! Of course his performance was unseemly satisfying.

    Last night Tucker Carlson was literally doing joyous handstands reveling in Kamala’s political demise! Of course his performance was unseemly satisfying.

    Handstands are much more seemly with the bowties Tucker no longer sports.

    https://media.gettyimages.com/photos/titled-the-martiny-equilibristen-a-man-in-a-bow-tie-and-waistcoat-a-picture-id72824355

  18. She was the only potential female presidential candidate who enjoyed Indian heritage. She should have played that up more, imo.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    What, to get the Indian vote? There are only a couple of million and concentrated in blue states where they can't change the result anyway. With the rest of the country, they are not that popular. Other members of the coalition of the fringes don't particularly like them, they don't have a convincing victimhood story, etc. Dems are minoritarian in general but Indian is one of the least desirable. Even in a Dem primary, being a (dot not feather) Indian is not a particularly good thing to be.
    , @Jesse
    YThat was strange. She is, at most, one sixteenth black - with nothing African American. And yet she went the blackety black black black route.

    Anyone who pointed out that that's ridiculous on Twitter was excoriated for racism, especially by alt right-ish black activists trying to get some Pan Black, let's all go after YT, spiel going.

    The grassroots African Americans were either indifferent or actively hostile. (Maybe they'd be receptive to some form of citizenism?) The glee of voting someone vaguely black in is over. It's been done. And the population as a whole is becoming wither indifferent or hostile to African Americans' concerns.

    This is the problem with running your campaign by what Twitter likes. If she had run as an Asian law and order candidate, and kept the black stuff for when she needed to be non PC, she'd have been exceptionally dangerous with white and Indian non crazies. Twitter kept vital information from her campaign.

  19. @Reg Cæsar

    tact
     
    Tack.

    Tact is rare in her business, and usually fake... or saved for donors.

    Hmmm, I guess I was thinking that if she wrote a book and was tactful about it, which usually seems to be the case, then it wouldn’t really be very interesting. I’m terrible at reading between the lines, so I prefer a Plain Dealer. Must have something to do with the environment in which I was raised in.

  20. … so now I don’t have a topical excuse for dusty Willie Brown anecdotes.

    Hmmm, I would have thought Brown is evergreen for humour.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    What's the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like "Tighten Up". Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.
  21. Tulsi obliterated Kamala in a way that we havent seen since Christie merc’d Rubio.

    I told you all Kamala had no traction. She’s every DMV bureaucrat given nukes. Nope nope nope.

    • Replies: @Anon
    In theory, Kamala never should have gotten any traction in the first place with Democrats because of her record. The fact that Kamala's support imploded after what Tulsi said about her indicates that the Democratic controlled media had completely suppressed Kamala's record and hid it from their viewers and readers. But the media couldn't suppress the debate, so Tulsi got Kamala's negatives out there, and it was a surprise and a shock to most Democratic voters.

    I just searched Kamala Harris on Bing, and before I finished her name, 'Kamala Harris is two-faced' popped up as the top search. Google only had the usual nonsense.
  22. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

  23. @Dan Hayes
    Last night Tucker Carlson was literally doing joyous handstands reveling in Kamala's political demise! Of course his performance was unseemly satisfying.

    ‘Last night Tucker Carlson was literally doing joyous handstands reveling in Kamala’s political demise! Of course his performance was unseemly satisfying.’

    I can relate; the choices for 2020 are still ghastly, but at least one of the most horrible has been eliminated.

    I suppose I want Trump-Sanders in the general election. One of them would have to win, but still…

    • Agree: Dan Hayes, jim jones
  24. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    How do you screw up running in the Democrat primary when you are the only black female in the field? But she found a way.

    Personally, I think they wanted to vote for her but she just had the worst demeanor. She seemed like an annoying light-weight. No gravitas, seriousness, or intellect on display at all.

    She probably figured she still has a shot as somebody’s Veep (to balance out stale pale Biden perhaps), so she’d get out early before embarrassing herself when the voting started.

    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    The Babylon Bee said it best:"Tulsi slapped her around".
    , @Paleo Liberal
    There was a little girl who had a chance to be Biden’s VP pick, but that little girl blew it by attacking Biden on the debate stage.

    Contrast that with Biden’s awkward but non-malicious comments on Obama in 2007 or 2008.
    , @MBlanc46
    To start with, she’s not actually black. She’s much more .Indian. Only white Leftists—and not many of them—swooned over her. Most blacks had little use for her.
  25. @Hypnotoad666
    How do you screw up running in the Democrat primary when you are the only black female in the field? But she found a way.

    Personally, I think they wanted to vote for her but she just had the worst demeanor. She seemed like an annoying light-weight. No gravitas, seriousness, or intellect on display at all.

    She probably figured she still has a shot as somebody's Veep (to balance out stale pale Biden perhaps), so she'd get out early before embarrassing herself when the voting started.

    The Babylon Bee said it best:”Tulsi slapped her around”.

  26. Compare her to that other Indian, Big Chief Warren. Feather 1, Dot 0.

    Warren will be knocked out in the semi-finals I expect.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    I guess we all learned a lesson about the political correctness crowd--being a fake Indian "trumps" being a real one.
  27. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    There have been so many…it is hard to believe she is the worst…although she is a scumbag bitch.

    • Replies: @Buck Ransom
    As somebody on the interwebs has succinctly observed about Kamala,
    "She is the worst mommy ever."
  28. @The Alarmist

    ... so now I don’t have a topical excuse for dusty Willie Brown anecdotes.
     
    Hmmm, I would have thought Brown is evergreen for humour.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3iV0q9UwTU

    What’s the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like “Tighten Up”. Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.

    • Replies: @Flip
    I remember "Brick House" being popular for gatoring.
    , @YetAnotherAnon
    Never having heard of The Gator, I was educated by this site.

    https://sites.google.com/site/gatorpile/


    And they say America has no culture !


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqwHaqXkb9Q
    , @A123

    What’s the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like “Tighten Up”. Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.
     
    LSU Tigers and UF Gators? That sounds a bit risky. How about:

    Shout - Otis Day & The Knights (Animal House 1978)
    -
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MG7KCOO76Wc
    _______

    PEACE 😇
    , @Mr. Cocktail Party Talk
    The song "Tighten Up" is by Archie Bell and the Drells. 1968
    , @Autochthon
    The Parthenon in Nashville or the one in Athens?
  29. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I predicted she would not do well with American blacks, and thought she might latch on as a VP candidate. California liberal whites may have loved her, but she had no connection to southern blacks and her white/Jew husband was a cast iron life raft in that regard.

    She also succeeded at looking a bit too “not black”. She may been better off with with that Boys to Men style “fade to ‘fro” she had in college instead of culturally appropriating the long straight hair of a typical Becky.

    https://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/5d194cd324000011209342c1.jpeg?ops=scalefit_630_noupscale

  30. I thought she would ride it out a little longer

  31. Political views aside, she was never telegenic enough to be president. For one, she seemed to have a bad case of Resting Bitch Face.

  32. @Hypnotoad666
    How do you screw up running in the Democrat primary when you are the only black female in the field? But she found a way.

    Personally, I think they wanted to vote for her but she just had the worst demeanor. She seemed like an annoying light-weight. No gravitas, seriousness, or intellect on display at all.

    She probably figured she still has a shot as somebody's Veep (to balance out stale pale Biden perhaps), so she'd get out early before embarrassing herself when the voting started.

    There was a little girl who had a chance to be Biden’s VP pick, but that little girl blew it by attacking Biden on the debate stage.

    Contrast that with Biden’s awkward but non-malicious comments on Obama in 2007 or 2008.

    • Agree: Lot
  33. @Reg Cæsar
    Jared Taylor predicted years ago that California would never have another white governor, but he was wrong. Just questionable white guys.

    Will California ever have another male senator?

    Will the land of Fruits & Nuts ever elect anyone but fruits and nuts?

  34. @Steve Sailer
    What's the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like "Tighten Up". Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.

    I remember “Brick House” being popular for gatoring.

    • Replies: @Paul Mendez
    In my southern college, whenever the band played “Brick House,” everyone would point to the sky and twirl their index finger on “Briiiiiiiiiiiick,” then squat down and touch the floor with the same finger on ”Houuuuuse.”

    This was mid-70’s
  35. Hard to believe that someone could look even less authentic than Hillary while ‘blacking it up,’ but Kamala made it happen. In other election news, we are rapidly approaching the fourth phase of impeachment attempts.

    1. Collusion
    2. Obstruction
    3. Ukraine
    4. P…(to be announced)

    • Replies: @Jim bob Lassiter
    Pussy
  36. @Father O'Hara
    There was a not so young man who first heard about Kamala on this very site. There was talk of her being the next POTUS. Some described her as being "sexually attractive."
    Intrigued,the not so young man watched her YouTube videos,and found her to be argumentative and unpleasant. Whatever sexual appeal she may have had was lost on him.
    He began to doubt that she would ever be POTUS. He couldn't see people,outside of stupid lefties, wanting to follow her.
    Her memories of gettin ' high while listening to Snoop,years before Snoop had a record,made her look a bit pathetic.
    She didn't seem very bright. Her embrace of bussing as a key issue seemed like a shot in her own foot.
    Her sister,the genius who went to the white college (Kamala had gone black) turned out to be a birdbrain who messed up her campaign. Unlike Obama,she appeared to make the fatal mistake of not hiring white guys. Her manager was some guy named Rodriguez. Was he at least part Spanish?
    And so it was no surprise when she folded her tent and hied off,perhaps to a nearby woods for a long walk?
    The not so young man was glad to see her go and,in truth,found it all quite amusing.
    That not so young man....................was me.

    Her embrace of bussing as a key issue …

    When you put it (or spell it) this way, Father, she doesn’t seem so dumb after all. Bussing is important, especially in high-power circuits. I don’t like spaghetti either, so I support former-candidate Camel-la Harris, Assistant to the Willy, due to her strong belief in good solid copper bussing. Unfortunately, the Harris campaign didn’t have enough circuit breakers in-line with the candidate’s vocal system.

  37. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I’m one of those predictors.

    I figured: California senator; punched the racial/gender buttons; had some of the big money/establishment behind her.

  38. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I de-endorse thee, I de-endorse thee, I de-endorse thee.

    Good, that’s over with. Now give me back my black T-shirt.

    (No, really, I never gave a rat’s ass about any of these lame-o’s of the blue squad of The Party.)

    • LOL: BenKenobi
  39. Anonymous[751] • Disclaimer says:

    There was a philosophy professor at Harvard who would say, “If you know to ask the right question, it will answer itself.”

    Why are the Democrats failing to find the next Obama? For the exact same reason Barack Obama rocketed to the presidency. Obama’s don’t grow on trees in the unkempt garden of the nasty Democratic political establishment. Kamala and Cory Booker ain’t him and the comparisons wound up being unflattering. The establishment got it backwards: they weren’t bathed in his glow but cast in his shadow.

  40. It is not really clear what Kamala stands for, and , being from California, it is unlikely that she can bring any hometown status to deliver a key marginal state.

    The Democrats have a lot of candidates. The purpose of the primary process is to narrow the field down to one candidate plus an alternate. Not everyone can win. Perhaps Kamala will be stumping for the eventual candidate and helping to turn out the black vote. Perhaps she will get a cabinet position in return.

    • Replies: @Jack D
    California is now 100% in the bag for Democrats. They could run Jeffrey Epstein as their candidate and they would still take California. So nowadays, putting a Californian on the ticket for either party and whether at the top or for the 2nd slot does nothing for your party.

    Of all the inexplicable things that ADA the AI brain that controlled Hillary's campaign did, the most inexplicable was that ADA sent Hillary to California to campaign. Maybe ADA had a boyfriend in Silicon Valley that she wanted to visit - some sleek and sexy MacBook Pro with a 32 inch display?
  41. @dearieme
    Compare her to that other Indian, Big Chief Warren. Feather 1, Dot 0.

    Warren will be knocked out in the semi-finals I expect.

    I guess we all learned a lesson about the political correctness crowd–being a fake Indian “trumps” being a real one.

  42. “Dusty Willie” sounds like a good name for a country band at a nudist colony.

  43. • LOL: Dan Hayes
    • Replies: @The Alarmist
    Is it the bus or Senator Harris that is for sale?
  44. @Steve Sailer
    What's the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like "Tighten Up". Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.

    Never having heard of The Gator, I was educated by this site.

    https://sites.google.com/site/gatorpile/

    And they say America has no culture !

  45. Managerial ineptitude. If she hired White guys like Obama shed be leading. But she believes her own bs.

  46. I’m not sorry to see her gone but am surprised she’s gone so soon. I thought she’d get through at least some of the primaries.

    Always came across to me as argumentative, bitchy, spiteful.

    One got the impression if she won the Presidency everyone who voted for Trump would be put in an internment camp. Hell Democrats who voted against her in the primaries would probably be locked up too.

  47. Ms. Harris got a lot of publicity based on what she is — a multicultural multiracial female US Senator, who can at least claim to be a moderate.

    Trouble is, when people saw WHO she is, they didn’t like her at all.

  48. @Steve Sailer
    What's the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like "Tighten Up". Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.

    What’s the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like “Tighten Up”. Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.

    LSU Tigers and UF Gators? That sounds a bit risky. How about:

    Shout – Otis Day & The Knights (Animal House 1978)

    _______

    PEACE 😇

    • Replies: @Morton's toes
    You beat me to it.

    Isley Brothers 1959

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEjLFpU2pJ4
  49. @Clyde

    I’m so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala’s nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?
     
    I will admit I was a Kams booster. I thought she was a threat to The Donald. Amazing how this fraud (your words) flamed out. Once she saw mini-Mike (what Trump calls him) pour a penny fraction of his Billions into an advertising blitz worth 37 million, she called it quits. Reason she said was lack of campaign funding. Lols, as in all Dem hopefuls are non-funded compared to Bloomie.

    I really thought she did a great job of beating up Sleepy Joe in the first debate. Never mind that she had been a prosecutor who sent lots of black folks to jail, Joe was awful because he passed laws that sent black folks to jail. In the Current Year, sending black folks to jail is racist. Even if they were selling crack.

    But then in the 2nd debate, she completely shifted gears and was nice to Joe. If she had just stayed on the attack against all of the other candidates I think she could have done it. That’s what Trump did – he got the nomination not by his policy focus but by making all of the other Republican candidates look weak, Chris Christie was a big fat slob, etc. He lifted the scales from our eyes and made everyone realize that Jeb was a wimp and not Presidential timber. Trump had the courage to say out loud what everyone was thinking. Kamala could have done the same for Sleepy Joe and Fauxcahontas and Red Bernie and Buttedgeedge the Buttf-er. Did someone get to her and convince her to back off? Has she been promised the VP slot in return? I’m not a big conspiracy theorist but something changed between debates 1 and 2.

  50. The media wind seems to be shifting toward Petey Buttergrease, so I guess gay now trumps half-black. But Kamala might be a good VP for Petey. Since gay is honorary non-white, it’s a non-white male and a woman of many colors. Hard to beat.

  51. @Jonathan Mason
    It is not really clear what Kamala stands for, and , being from California, it is unlikely that she can bring any hometown status to deliver a key marginal state.

    The Democrats have a lot of candidates. The purpose of the primary process is to narrow the field down to one candidate plus an alternate. Not everyone can win. Perhaps Kamala will be stumping for the eventual candidate and helping to turn out the black vote. Perhaps she will get a cabinet position in return.

    California is now 100% in the bag for Democrats. They could run Jeffrey Epstein as their candidate and they would still take California. So nowadays, putting a Californian on the ticket for either party and whether at the top or for the 2nd slot does nothing for your party.

    Of all the inexplicable things that ADA the AI brain that controlled Hillary’s campaign did, the most inexplicable was that ADA sent Hillary to California to campaign. Maybe ADA had a boyfriend in Silicon Valley that she wanted to visit – some sleek and sexy MacBook Pro with a 32 inch display?

    • Replies: @Wency
    When was the last time a President or VP's home state made a meaningful difference in which way the states go in the general election? I have to think it was Clinton-Gore, '96.

    There's perhaps some argument that Trump, being a Yankee, even if not a Rustbelter, was able to do better in the Rustbelt than a Southerner would have. Of course, the brash New York manner and accent tends to offend Southerners, but when he was running against Hillary, this didn't really hurt him in the South.

    If the Dems had run a genteel Jimmy Carter type against him, one could argue that parts of the South might have defected and voted D again. But then I see the walloping Phil Bredesen took in his 2018 Senate race -- perhaps the closest thing to a Jimmy Carter/Bill Clinton in the Democratic Party today -- and this strategy sounds dubious, even if the Dems could nominate such a person again (they can't).
    , @res

    Of all the inexplicable things that ADA the AI brain that controlled Hillary’s campaign did, the most inexplicable was that ADA sent Hillary to California to campaign.
     
    Simultaneous fundraising? Does showing concern for the area by campaigning there make people more likely to give? Or does it just make possible things like "backstage at Hillary's campaign event" or "dinner with Hillary"?

    Here is a look at campaign spending by state:
    https://www.cnbc.com/2016/11/07/heres-where-clinton-trump-spent-on-their-ground-games.html

    https://sc.cnbcfm.com/applications/cnbc.com/resources/files/2016/11/07/WHERE%20THEY%20SPENT.JPG

    And advertising over the last couple of weeks of the campaign by state:
    https://adage.com/article/campaign-trail/states-where-trump-clinton-spending-most-on-advertising/306377
  52. @anon
    She was the only potential female presidential candidate who enjoyed Indian heritage. She should have played that up more, imo.

    What, to get the Indian vote? There are only a couple of million and concentrated in blue states where they can’t change the result anyway. With the rest of the country, they are not that popular. Other members of the coalition of the fringes don’t particularly like them, they don’t have a convincing victimhood story, etc. Dems are minoritarian in general but Indian is one of the least desirable. Even in a Dem primary, being a (dot not feather) Indian is not a particularly good thing to be.

    • Replies: @Lot
    “ they don’t have a convincing victimhood story”

    The evil British stopped them from setting widows on fire and passed laws on other charming local customs such as raising the age of consent from 10 to 12 and banning infanticide.

  53. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable

    Sir, I beg to differ. She was quite creative in bullying Wells Fargo to forgive 2/3 of a mortgage which unfairly burdened one of her NOW friends.

  54. @Jack D
    California is now 100% in the bag for Democrats. They could run Jeffrey Epstein as their candidate and they would still take California. So nowadays, putting a Californian on the ticket for either party and whether at the top or for the 2nd slot does nothing for your party.

    Of all the inexplicable things that ADA the AI brain that controlled Hillary's campaign did, the most inexplicable was that ADA sent Hillary to California to campaign. Maybe ADA had a boyfriend in Silicon Valley that she wanted to visit - some sleek and sexy MacBook Pro with a 32 inch display?

    When was the last time a President or VP’s home state made a meaningful difference in which way the states go in the general election? I have to think it was Clinton-Gore, ’96.

    There’s perhaps some argument that Trump, being a Yankee, even if not a Rustbelter, was able to do better in the Rustbelt than a Southerner would have. Of course, the brash New York manner and accent tends to offend Southerners, but when he was running against Hillary, this didn’t really hurt him in the South.

    If the Dems had run a genteel Jimmy Carter type against him, one could argue that parts of the South might have defected and voted D again. But then I see the walloping Phil Bredesen took in his 2018 Senate race — perhaps the closest thing to a Jimmy Carter/Bill Clinton in the Democratic Party today — and this strategy sounds dubious, even if the Dems could nominate such a person again (they can’t).

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    When was the last time a President or VP’s home state made a meaningful difference in which way the states go in the general election? I have to think it was Clinton-Gore, ’96.
     
    The fact that George W Bush had his brother as governor of Florida did not hurt.
    , @Hibernian
    Bredesen is a native Upstate New Yorker.
  55. Steve, you’ll get to brandish your willie brown references soon enough. Harris surely dropped out to position herself as vp. She had many democrat party endorsements and she probably plans to make a deal where she persuades her endorsers to support a certain candidate in exchange for the chance to be their vp. She probably wants Biden to win the nom. He’s too old to run in 2024, so she wants to set herself up to run as the most well known establishment candidate at that point.

  56. @Jack D
    California is now 100% in the bag for Democrats. They could run Jeffrey Epstein as their candidate and they would still take California. So nowadays, putting a Californian on the ticket for either party and whether at the top or for the 2nd slot does nothing for your party.

    Of all the inexplicable things that ADA the AI brain that controlled Hillary's campaign did, the most inexplicable was that ADA sent Hillary to California to campaign. Maybe ADA had a boyfriend in Silicon Valley that she wanted to visit - some sleek and sexy MacBook Pro with a 32 inch display?

    Of all the inexplicable things that ADA the AI brain that controlled Hillary’s campaign did, the most inexplicable was that ADA sent Hillary to California to campaign.

    Simultaneous fundraising? Does showing concern for the area by campaigning there make people more likely to give? Or does it just make possible things like “backstage at Hillary’s campaign event” or “dinner with Hillary”?

    Here is a look at campaign spending by state:
    https://www.cnbc.com/2016/11/07/heres-where-clinton-trump-spent-on-their-ground-games.html

    And advertising over the last couple of weeks of the campaign by state:
    https://adage.com/article/campaign-trail/states-where-trump-clinton-spending-most-on-advertising/306377

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    Great chart--there are five or six more states Trump could have carried if he spent big bucks there.

    You can be sure that will happen this time.

    No general election candidate should be wasting their money in NY, CA, or WA.
  57. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    “Kamala’s was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever”

    Ho hum, a politician merely acting like a politician. Nevertheless, good riddance! Kamala MIGHT have become “the worst presidential candidate ever” had she received the nomination. Since she is now out of the picture, the Clinton woman still retains that crown.

    (Still wish she had married Barack Obama).

  58. Kamala can’t deliver black votes, and Joe doesn’t need them anyway. She’s not even leading Cali. Airhead von Giggles has nothing to offer as Veep.

  59. @anon
    She was the only potential female presidential candidate who enjoyed Indian heritage. She should have played that up more, imo.

    YThat was strange. She is, at most, one sixteenth black – with nothing African American. And yet she went the blackety black black black route.

    Anyone who pointed out that that’s ridiculous on Twitter was excoriated for racism, especially by alt right-ish black activists trying to get some Pan Black, let’s all go after YT, spiel going.

    The grassroots African Americans were either indifferent or actively hostile. (Maybe they’d be receptive to some form of citizenism?) The glee of voting someone vaguely black in is over. It’s been done. And the population as a whole is becoming wither indifferent or hostile to African Americans’ concerns.

    This is the problem with running your campaign by what Twitter likes. If she had run as an Asian law and order candidate, and kept the black stuff for when she needed to be non PC, she’d have been exceptionally dangerous with white and Indian non crazies. Twitter kept vital information from her campaign.

    • Replies: @Jack D

    The grassroots African Americans were either indifferent or actively hostile. (Maybe they’d be receptive to some form of citizenism?) The glee of voting someone vaguely black in is over. It’s been done. And the population as a whole is becoming wither indifferent or hostile to African Americans’ concerns.
     
    You could not be more wrong. Grassroots African Americans are receptive to handouts, now as ever. Citizenism is nothing compared to handouts.

    Obama was not vague black - he was distinctly black. Just by luck, the cross between his coal black father and white mother gave him the approximate skin tone of the average African American and he embraced an African American identity as an adult, marrying a real African American spouse and attending a black church. Harris (and Booker) are high yallers and not really black at all in the eyes of the black community. If another real black came forward they would love him. They would elect blacks as President forever. They would never get tired of it. In fact black enthusiasm will be dampened UNLESS all future Dem candidates are black.

    And (at least within the Democrat Party and since this is primary season they are the only ones that count for now) African American concerns remain front and center. Black lives matter, baby!

  60. @A123

    What’s the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like “Tighten Up”. Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.
     
    LSU Tigers and UF Gators? That sounds a bit risky. How about:

    Shout - Otis Day & The Knights (Animal House 1978)
    -
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=MG7KCOO76Wc
    _______

    PEACE 😇

    You beat me to it.

    Isley Brothers 1959

  61. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I confess error and recant my prediction (made as early as 2017) that Kamela Harris would be the Democratic nominee and the next U.S. president. I thought that she could coast to victory on the strength of her sex and race. I haven’t followed her candidacy closely, but I take it that she couldn’t convince American blacks of her blackness, there were other women in the race, and she showed her true character as a nasty, arrogant Indian Brahmin.

    Mea culpa, but she and her donors had bigger delusions than did I.

    • Replies: @Chris Renner

    she showed her true character as a nasty, arrogant Indian Brahmin
     
    Off-topic, but I've noticed a pattern of subcontinental Indians working in white-collar fields like social work that have historically attracted a disproportionate share of white-collar African-Americans. Not sure what to make of this...
  62. Some say that she’ll join Jo-Jo Biden’s ticket as vicepresident, and wait until he croaks to reach the presidency if the old geezer wins. A double dose of viagra will do the trick.

  63. • Replies: @Anon
    That's a very truthful video.
  64. I am soooo glad that Harris dropped out this early. Now we don’t have to see her for a full year remaining in the cycle.

    Question : Why was Gabbard’s takedown of Harris seen as what destroyed the former’s campaign? Gabbard is more likeable, but nothing she said was a real zinger or highly quotable. It was hardly a Lloyd Bentsen moment, or a Reagan vs. Mondale style of zinger.

    Why was that seen as the tipping point?

    • Replies: @Jack Henson
    Because of a 6% avg drop in her polls immediately following the debate followed by a continual downward tick.
  65. @Diversity Heretic
    I confess error and recant my prediction (made as early as 2017) that Kamela Harris would be the Democratic nominee and the next U.S. president. I thought that she could coast to victory on the strength of her sex and race. I haven't followed her candidacy closely, but I take it that she couldn't convince American blacks of her blackness, there were other women in the race, and she showed her true character as a nasty, arrogant Indian Brahmin.

    Mea culpa, but she and her donors had bigger delusions than did I.

    she showed her true character as a nasty, arrogant Indian Brahmin

    Off-topic, but I’ve noticed a pattern of subcontinental Indians working in white-collar fields like social work that have historically attracted a disproportionate share of white-collar African-Americans. Not sure what to make of this…

    • Replies: @Jack D
    They are non-white but smarter than blacks or Hispanics. Unlike Asians, they have high verbal skills and enjoy bureaucratic infighting. A perfect match really.

    The British staffed the lower ranks of their civil service in India with Indians with great success. After the British left, the Civil Service, the Railways and the Army all continued pretty much without disruption once the partition with Pakistan was over - unlike Africa it didn't all go to hell when the white people left and they were able to maintain democratic government.
  66. @Ozymandias
    Hard to believe that someone could look even less authentic than Hillary while 'blacking it up,' but Kamala made it happen. In other election news, we are rapidly approaching the fourth phase of impeachment attempts.

    1. Collusion
    2. Obstruction
    3. Ukraine
    4. P...(to be announced)

    Pussy

  67. All the DIE campaigns blew up on the launch pad.

  68. @Chris Renner

    she showed her true character as a nasty, arrogant Indian Brahmin
     
    Off-topic, but I've noticed a pattern of subcontinental Indians working in white-collar fields like social work that have historically attracted a disproportionate share of white-collar African-Americans. Not sure what to make of this...

    They are non-white but smarter than blacks or Hispanics. Unlike Asians, they have high verbal skills and enjoy bureaucratic infighting. A perfect match really.

    The British staffed the lower ranks of their civil service in India with Indians with great success. After the British left, the Civil Service, the Railways and the Army all continued pretty much without disruption once the partition with Pakistan was over – unlike Africa it didn’t all go to hell when the white people left and they were able to maintain democratic government.

  69. Anon[144] • Disclaimer says:
    @Jack Henson
    Tulsi obliterated Kamala in a way that we havent seen since Christie merc'd Rubio.

    I told you all Kamala had no traction. She's every DMV bureaucrat given nukes. Nope nope nope.

    In theory, Kamala never should have gotten any traction in the first place with Democrats because of her record. The fact that Kamala’s support imploded after what Tulsi said about her indicates that the Democratic controlled media had completely suppressed Kamala’s record and hid it from their viewers and readers. But the media couldn’t suppress the debate, so Tulsi got Kamala’s negatives out there, and it was a surprise and a shock to most Democratic voters.

    I just searched Kamala Harris on Bing, and before I finished her name, ‘Kamala Harris is two-faced’ popped up as the top search. Google only had the usual nonsense.

  70. @Realist

    She is the worst presidential candidate ever.
     
    There have been so many...it is hard to believe she is the worst...although she is a scumbag bitch.

    As somebody on the interwebs has succinctly observed about Kamala,
    “She is the worst mommy ever.”

    • Replies: @Realist

    “She is the worst mommy ever.”
     
    Even worse than Joan Crawford.
    , @Realist

    “She is the worst mommy ever.”
     
    Even worse than Joan Crawford.
  71. @Adam Smith
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EK4cKx3XYAIAePj.jpg

    Is it the bus or Senator Harris that is for sale?

    • Replies: @Dan Hayes
    BOTH!
  72. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I thought she looked pretty formidable on paper. Seeing her in the debates changed my mind. Same went for Scott Walker in 2015.

    • Replies: @Andy
    She had no theme whatsoever in the campaign, other than "I'm black and female, if you don't vote me you are racist and sexist". Even for today's democrats that was a hard sell.

    Obama did run on race in 2008 but he has a much more congenial personality than Kamala. And Obama promised to heal racial relations in his first campaign - he lied but that's another question. While Kamala seemed to think a return of busing would be a good idea.
  73. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I thought she looked pretty formidable on paper. Seeing her in the debates changed my mind. Same went for Scott Walker in 2015.

  74. @Flip
    I remember "Brick House" being popular for gatoring.

    In my southern college, whenever the band played “Brick House,” everyone would point to the sky and twirl their index finger on “Briiiiiiiiiiiick,” then squat down and touch the floor with the same finger on ”Houuuuuse.”

    This was mid-70’s

    • Replies: @Thomm
    That was a weird ritual.

    Apparently, Steve Sailer is too incurious to know that the band was 'The Commodores' and Lionel Richie was an early member.
  75. @Steve Sailer
    What's the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like "Tighten Up". Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.

    The song “Tighten Up” is by Archie Bell and the Drells. 1968

  76. @Paul Mendez
    In my southern college, whenever the band played “Brick House,” everyone would point to the sky and twirl their index finger on “Briiiiiiiiiiiick,” then squat down and touch the floor with the same finger on ”Houuuuuse.”

    This was mid-70’s

    That was a weird ritual.

    Apparently, Steve Sailer is too incurious to know that the band was ‘The Commodores’ and Lionel Richie was an early member.

  77. @Jesse
    YThat was strange. She is, at most, one sixteenth black - with nothing African American. And yet she went the blackety black black black route.

    Anyone who pointed out that that's ridiculous on Twitter was excoriated for racism, especially by alt right-ish black activists trying to get some Pan Black, let's all go after YT, spiel going.

    The grassroots African Americans were either indifferent or actively hostile. (Maybe they'd be receptive to some form of citizenism?) The glee of voting someone vaguely black in is over. It's been done. And the population as a whole is becoming wither indifferent or hostile to African Americans' concerns.

    This is the problem with running your campaign by what Twitter likes. If she had run as an Asian law and order candidate, and kept the black stuff for when she needed to be non PC, she'd have been exceptionally dangerous with white and Indian non crazies. Twitter kept vital information from her campaign.

    The grassroots African Americans were either indifferent or actively hostile. (Maybe they’d be receptive to some form of citizenism?) The glee of voting someone vaguely black in is over. It’s been done. And the population as a whole is becoming wither indifferent or hostile to African Americans’ concerns.

    You could not be more wrong. Grassroots African Americans are receptive to handouts, now as ever. Citizenism is nothing compared to handouts.

    Obama was not vague black – he was distinctly black. Just by luck, the cross between his coal black father and white mother gave him the approximate skin tone of the average African American and he embraced an African American identity as an adult, marrying a real African American spouse and attending a black church. Harris (and Booker) are high yallers and not really black at all in the eyes of the black community. If another real black came forward they would love him. They would elect blacks as President forever. They would never get tired of it. In fact black enthusiasm will be dampened UNLESS all future Dem candidates are black.

    And (at least within the Democrat Party and since this is primary season they are the only ones that count for now) African American concerns remain front and center. Black lives matter, baby!

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    Generally I agree but the average Black person in America is blacker than President Obama.
  78. @res

    Of all the inexplicable things that ADA the AI brain that controlled Hillary’s campaign did, the most inexplicable was that ADA sent Hillary to California to campaign.
     
    Simultaneous fundraising? Does showing concern for the area by campaigning there make people more likely to give? Or does it just make possible things like "backstage at Hillary's campaign event" or "dinner with Hillary"?

    Here is a look at campaign spending by state:
    https://www.cnbc.com/2016/11/07/heres-where-clinton-trump-spent-on-their-ground-games.html

    https://sc.cnbcfm.com/applications/cnbc.com/resources/files/2016/11/07/WHERE%20THEY%20SPENT.JPG

    And advertising over the last couple of weeks of the campaign by state:
    https://adage.com/article/campaign-trail/states-where-trump-clinton-spending-most-on-advertising/306377

    Great chart–there are five or six more states Trump could have carried if he spent big bucks there.

    You can be sure that will happen this time.

    No general election candidate should be wasting their money in NY, CA, or WA.

  79. “Tighten Up” is by Archie Bell and the Drells:

  80. “The California senator has dropped out of the Presidential race, so now I don’t have a topical excuse for dusty Willie Brown anecdotes.”

    Right, Mr. Sailer, because you have shown in the past to be morally concerned about the sexual affairs of Americans politicians, whether it be aspiring presidential candidates or the current commander in chief.

    • Replies: @Alfa158
    Steve’s never been morally concerned about the sexual affairs of American politicians; he’s amused by them. Which puts him in with about 90% of the population.
    , @Hapalong Cassidy
    Hey, why are you still wasting your time here? Don’t you guys have a President to overthrow or something?
  81. @Buck Ransom
    As somebody on the interwebs has succinctly observed about Kamala,
    "She is the worst mommy ever."

    “She is the worst mommy ever.”

    Even worse than Joan Crawford.

  82. @Buck Ransom
    As somebody on the interwebs has succinctly observed about Kamala,
    "She is the worst mommy ever."

    “She is the worst mommy ever.”

    Even worse than Joan Crawford.

  83. @Wency
    When was the last time a President or VP's home state made a meaningful difference in which way the states go in the general election? I have to think it was Clinton-Gore, '96.

    There's perhaps some argument that Trump, being a Yankee, even if not a Rustbelter, was able to do better in the Rustbelt than a Southerner would have. Of course, the brash New York manner and accent tends to offend Southerners, but when he was running against Hillary, this didn't really hurt him in the South.

    If the Dems had run a genteel Jimmy Carter type against him, one could argue that parts of the South might have defected and voted D again. But then I see the walloping Phil Bredesen took in his 2018 Senate race -- perhaps the closest thing to a Jimmy Carter/Bill Clinton in the Democratic Party today -- and this strategy sounds dubious, even if the Dems could nominate such a person again (they can't).

    When was the last time a President or VP’s home state made a meaningful difference in which way the states go in the general election? I have to think it was Clinton-Gore, ’96.

    The fact that George W Bush had his brother as governor of Florida did not hurt.

  84. @Father O'Hara
    There was a not so young man who first heard about Kamala on this very site. There was talk of her being the next POTUS. Some described her as being "sexually attractive."
    Intrigued,the not so young man watched her YouTube videos,and found her to be argumentative and unpleasant. Whatever sexual appeal she may have had was lost on him.
    He began to doubt that she would ever be POTUS. He couldn't see people,outside of stupid lefties, wanting to follow her.
    Her memories of gettin ' high while listening to Snoop,years before Snoop had a record,made her look a bit pathetic.
    She didn't seem very bright. Her embrace of bussing as a key issue seemed like a shot in her own foot.
    Her sister,the genius who went to the white college (Kamala had gone black) turned out to be a birdbrain who messed up her campaign. Unlike Obama,she appeared to make the fatal mistake of not hiring white guys. Her manager was some guy named Rodriguez. Was he at least part Spanish?
    And so it was no surprise when she folded her tent and hied off,perhaps to a nearby woods for a long walk?
    The not so young man was glad to see her go and,in truth,found it all quite amusing.
    That not so young man....................was me.

    She’s curvy but with a thin waist and wears professional but well-fit clothing. That plus her lost youth made her well above average. Also, she was in SF, not LA where the competition is tough.

    • Replies: @indocon
    Try this picture
    https://www.latimes.com/resizer/CIkSn-8pF9KKmemq1k7p6O6qBLs=/1400x0/www.trbimg.com/img-5c4570b8/turbine/la-1548054707-gcqxnc10qh-snap-image
  85. @Jack D
    What, to get the Indian vote? There are only a couple of million and concentrated in blue states where they can't change the result anyway. With the rest of the country, they are not that popular. Other members of the coalition of the fringes don't particularly like them, they don't have a convincing victimhood story, etc. Dems are minoritarian in general but Indian is one of the least desirable. Even in a Dem primary, being a (dot not feather) Indian is not a particularly good thing to be.

    “ they don’t have a convincing victimhood story”

    The evil British stopped them from setting widows on fire and passed laws on other charming local customs such as raising the age of consent from 10 to 12 and banning infanticide.

  86. @Corvinus
    "The California senator has dropped out of the Presidential race, so now I don’t have a topical excuse for dusty Willie Brown anecdotes."

    Right, Mr. Sailer, because you have shown in the past to be morally concerned about the sexual affairs of Americans politicians, whether it be aspiring presidential candidates or the current commander in chief.

    Steve’s never been morally concerned about the sexual affairs of American politicians; he’s amused by them. Which puts him in with about 90% of the population.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    "Steve’s never been morally concerned about the sexual affairs of American politicians; he’s amused by them. "

    Which is problematic. Praytell, why does Mr. Sailor not use his NOTICING skills to discuss religion and morality, especially in the context of HbD?

    "Which puts him in with about 90% of the population."

    Sources?

  87. @Corvinus
    "The California senator has dropped out of the Presidential race, so now I don’t have a topical excuse for dusty Willie Brown anecdotes."

    Right, Mr. Sailer, because you have shown in the past to be morally concerned about the sexual affairs of Americans politicians, whether it be aspiring presidential candidates or the current commander in chief.

    Hey, why are you still wasting your time here? Don’t you guys have a President to overthrow or something?

  88. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    Yes, I will own my faulty prediction. She was such a bad campaigner that even with the entire establishment behind her, she blew it.

  89. @The Alarmist
    Is it the bus or Senator Harris that is for sale?

    BOTH!

  90. @Steve Sailer
    What's the song from about 1970 by a black band that white Southern fraternities did the Gator to? Something like "Tighten Up". Some guy from LSU told me about it while we were visiting the Parthenon in 1980.

    The Parthenon in Nashville or the one in Athens?

  91. @Anon
    She'll be back in 2024. She wants the presidency so bad she's drooling for it. Power-hungry chicks don't give up. If she was so ambitious for a job that she'd prostitute herself to Willie Brown, she's do anything for the presidency. Heck, if the Democratic candidate in 2020 is male, she'll offer to sleep with him for the Veep slot.

    Although when you think of Biden, Sanders, and Buttigieg on the receiving end of her offers, it's both nauseating and absurd.

    That might not be the best approach to getting on the ticket.

  92. @Anon7
    She’s too petty.

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=BIK10JFs4GA

    That’s a very truthful video.

  93. @Hypnotoad666
    How do you screw up running in the Democrat primary when you are the only black female in the field? But she found a way.

    Personally, I think they wanted to vote for her but she just had the worst demeanor. She seemed like an annoying light-weight. No gravitas, seriousness, or intellect on display at all.

    She probably figured she still has a shot as somebody's Veep (to balance out stale pale Biden perhaps), so she'd get out early before embarrassing herself when the voting started.

    To start with, she’s not actually black. She’s much more .Indian. Only white Leftists—and not many of them—swooned over her. Most blacks had little use for her.

    • Replies: @Clyde

    To start with, she’s not actually black. She’s much more .Indian. Only white Leftists—and not many of them—swooned over her. Most blacks had little use for her.
     
    Kams, in her formative years, was brought up Indian in Canada. Toronto I think. There are photos of Indian family visiting her and her mother. IOW Kams is a rootless cosmopolitan Indian, not black. Despite her affinity to Willie B.
  94. @Wency
    When was the last time a President or VP's home state made a meaningful difference in which way the states go in the general election? I have to think it was Clinton-Gore, '96.

    There's perhaps some argument that Trump, being a Yankee, even if not a Rustbelter, was able to do better in the Rustbelt than a Southerner would have. Of course, the brash New York manner and accent tends to offend Southerners, but when he was running against Hillary, this didn't really hurt him in the South.

    If the Dems had run a genteel Jimmy Carter type against him, one could argue that parts of the South might have defected and voted D again. But then I see the walloping Phil Bredesen took in his 2018 Senate race -- perhaps the closest thing to a Jimmy Carter/Bill Clinton in the Democratic Party today -- and this strategy sounds dubious, even if the Dems could nominate such a person again (they can't).

    Bredesen is a native Upstate New Yorker.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Bredesen is a native Upstate New Yorker.
     
    Albany and Buffalo, with Tennessee in between.

    Technically, though, he's a native of New Jersey. His 1994 race with Don Sundquist was a Norwegian-Swedish skirmish set in Nashville. (Næsjvil?) Uff da.

  95. @Jack D

    The grassroots African Americans were either indifferent or actively hostile. (Maybe they’d be receptive to some form of citizenism?) The glee of voting someone vaguely black in is over. It’s been done. And the population as a whole is becoming wither indifferent or hostile to African Americans’ concerns.
     
    You could not be more wrong. Grassroots African Americans are receptive to handouts, now as ever. Citizenism is nothing compared to handouts.

    Obama was not vague black - he was distinctly black. Just by luck, the cross between his coal black father and white mother gave him the approximate skin tone of the average African American and he embraced an African American identity as an adult, marrying a real African American spouse and attending a black church. Harris (and Booker) are high yallers and not really black at all in the eyes of the black community. If another real black came forward they would love him. They would elect blacks as President forever. They would never get tired of it. In fact black enthusiasm will be dampened UNLESS all future Dem candidates are black.

    And (at least within the Democrat Party and since this is primary season they are the only ones that count for now) African American concerns remain front and center. Black lives matter, baby!

    Generally I agree but the average Black person in America is blacker than President Obama.

  96. @Alfa158
    Steve’s never been morally concerned about the sexual affairs of American politicians; he’s amused by them. Which puts him in with about 90% of the population.

    “Steve’s never been morally concerned about the sexual affairs of American politicians; he’s amused by them. ”

    Which is problematic. Praytell, why does Mr. Sailor not use his NOTICING skills to discuss religion and morality, especially in the context of HbD?

    “Which puts him in with about 90% of the population.”

    Sources?

  97. @Anon
    She'll be back in 2024. She wants the presidency so bad she's drooling for it. Power-hungry chicks don't give up. If she was so ambitious for a job that she'd prostitute herself to Willie Brown, she's do anything for the presidency. Heck, if the Democratic candidate in 2020 is male, she'll offer to sleep with him for the Veep slot.

    Although when you think of Biden, Sanders, and Buttigieg on the receiving end of her offers, it's both nauseating and absurd.

    I don’t know about that. It’s pretty embarrassing for her to drop out BEFORE the primaries. Despite non-stop fawning coverage by the legacy media.

  98. @Anon
    She'll be back in 2024. She wants the presidency so bad she's drooling for it. Power-hungry chicks don't give up. If she was so ambitious for a job that she'd prostitute herself to Willie Brown, she's do anything for the presidency. Heck, if the Democratic candidate in 2020 is male, she'll offer to sleep with him for the Veep slot.

    Although when you think of Biden, Sanders, and Buttigieg on the receiving end of her offers, it's both nauseating and absurd.

    Heck, if the Democratic candidate in 2020 is male, she’ll offer to sleep with him for the Veep slot.

    I don’t know. Besides post-menopausal Kamala not being exactly a femme fatale these days, Bernie and Biden are probably far too old to function in bed. And Buttigieg, well, we know he is not into females.

  99. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I predicted that she be the nominee as the last one standing, after Biden fizzled out, Pocahontas was deemed to be unelectable, party elders and donors were not going to let Sanders get the nomination, leadings to her as the last one standing.

    Guess this year will be different. Biden may still hang on to get the nomination and will defeat Trump if he does so, or else we have a repeat of 1972 when Trump trounces Warren.

  100. @Lot
    She’s curvy but with a thin waist and wears professional but well-fit clothing. That plus her lost youth made her well above average. Also, she was in SF, not LA where the competition is tough.

    http://www.capoliticalreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/kaala-harris-and-willie-brown.jpg
  101. One of the biggest differences between Kamala Harris and Tulsi Gabbard are their voices. Tulsi has a very feminine and caring voice and Kamala has a harsh and ugly one. Harris’ voice makes me cringe.

  102. @Reg Cæsar
    Jared Taylor predicted years ago that California would never have another white governor, but he was wrong. Just questionable white guys.

    Will California ever have another male senator?

    When considering that both Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein are not (((white))) it has been more than a quarter of a century since we have had a white or male Senator. As DiFi ages out watch for someone like Schiff to make his move. My guess is that he has his eye on her seat. That way us white people in California can continue to be represented in Washington.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    My favorite "white" senator from California was S I Hayakawa. He grew up in Canada. Sometimes immigration works.
  103. @Paul Mendez
    I thought she looked pretty formidable on paper. Seeing her in the debates changed my mind. Same went for Scott Walker in 2015.

    She had no theme whatsoever in the campaign, other than “I’m black and female, if you don’t vote me you are racist and sexist”. Even for today’s democrats that was a hard sell.

    Obama did run on race in 2008 but he has a much more congenial personality than Kamala. And Obama promised to heal racial relations in his first campaign – he lied but that’s another question. While Kamala seemed to think a return of busing would be a good idea.

  104. @MBlanc46
    To start with, she’s not actually black. She’s much more .Indian. Only white Leftists—and not many of them—swooned over her. Most blacks had little use for her.

    To start with, she’s not actually black. She’s much more .Indian. Only white Leftists—and not many of them—swooned over her. Most blacks had little use for her.

    Kams, in her formative years, was brought up Indian in Canada. Toronto I think. There are photos of Indian family visiting her and her mother. IOW Kams is a rootless cosmopolitan Indian, not black. Despite her affinity to Willie B.

  105. @Thomm
    I am soooo glad that Harris dropped out this early. Now we don't have to see her for a full year remaining in the cycle.

    Question : Why was Gabbard's takedown of Harris seen as what destroyed the former's campaign? Gabbard is more likeable, but nothing she said was a real zinger or highly quotable. It was hardly a Lloyd Bentsen moment, or a Reagan vs. Mondale style of zinger.

    Why was that seen as the tipping point?

    Because of a 6% avg drop in her polls immediately following the debate followed by a continual downward tick.

  106. No one remembers that video of Harris listening to date rapist Cardi B with the only time I’ve seen her hair in a fro?

  107. But Booker is still in the race (so to speak) waging a new battle in World War [Black] Hair:

    WASHINGTON — Legislation to ban discrimination against hairstyles that are associated with race or national origin was introduced Thursday by U.S. Sen. Cory Booker.

    “Discrimination against black hair is discrimination against black people,” Booker said. “No one should be harassed, punished, or fired for the beautiful hairstyles that are true to themselves and their cultural heritage.”

    https://www.nj.com/politics/2019/12/remember-that-wrestler-forced-to-cut-off-his-dreadlocks-booker-bill-would-prevent-a-repeat-incident.html

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    But Booker is still in the race (so to speak) waging a new battle in World War [Black] Hair:
     
    Booker Twee Washington.
  108. @petit bourgeois
    I'm so sad our (California) quadroon fraudster and political prostitute, Kamala Harris, who rose to authority by spreading her legs for Willie Brown, did not make the cut. She was so nasty and mean as she could be, and I am trying to find some redeemable factor about her. I can find none, other then knowing a few dozen Jamaicans who say she is a "crazy bumbaclot."

    Kamala's was without any clearly defined policy positions. She sticks her finger in the wind to determine her policy. She is the worst presidential candidate ever.

    And her record as a prosecuter is abominable. I worked in the City and County of San Francisco in 2001-2003. There was poop on the streets back then.

    I remember commentators here predicting Kamala's nomination ad nauseum on this site.

    The predictive value of the comments towards elections seem to be deficient and unscientific towards Kamala Harris on this site.

    Anyone want to recant their predictions of Kamala?

    I do have to admit, I did not expect her to just fizzle like this. Buttigieg and Yang are still going, what’s up with that?

  109. @Prof. Woland
    When considering that both Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein are not (((white))) it has been more than a quarter of a century since we have had a white or male Senator. As DiFi ages out watch for someone like Schiff to make his move. My guess is that he has his eye on her seat. That way us white people in California can continue to be represented in Washington.

    My favorite “white” senator from California was S I Hayakawa. He grew up in Canada. Sometimes immigration works.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    Well, Mr. Hayakawa did say of the Panama Canal: "We stole it fair and square.”

    Bless his Japanese heart.
  110. @CCZ
    But Booker is still in the race (so to speak) waging a new battle in World War [Black] Hair:

    WASHINGTON — Legislation to ban discrimination against hairstyles that are associated with race or national origin was introduced Thursday by U.S. Sen. Cory Booker.

    “Discrimination against black hair is discrimination against black people,” Booker said. “No one should be harassed, punished, or fired for the beautiful hairstyles that are true to themselves and their cultural heritage.”

    https://www.nj.com/politics/2019/12/remember-that-wrestler-forced-to-cut-off-his-dreadlocks-booker-bill-would-prevent-a-repeat-incident.html

    But Booker is still in the race (so to speak) waging a new battle in World War [Black] Hair:

    Booker Twee Washington.

  111. @Reg Cæsar
    My favorite "white" senator from California was S I Hayakawa. He grew up in Canada. Sometimes immigration works.

    Well, Mr. Hayakawa did say of the Panama Canal: “We stole it fair and square.”

    Bless his Japanese heart.

    • Agree: Hibernian
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    Jeff Greenfield, who worked for Hayakawa's opponent, used that quote in his advice book for candidates. He also liked Sam's "I don't give a good goddam about dog racing. I'm running for United States Senator!"
  112. @Joe Stalin
    Well, Mr. Hayakawa did say of the Panama Canal: "We stole it fair and square.”

    Bless his Japanese heart.

    Jeff Greenfield, who worked for Hayakawa’s opponent, used that quote in his advice book for candidates. He also liked Sam’s “I don’t give a good goddam about dog racing. I’m running for United States Senator!”

  113. @Hibernian
    Bredesen is a native Upstate New Yorker.

    Bredesen is a native Upstate New Yorker.

    Albany and Buffalo, with Tennessee in between.

    Technically, though, he’s a native of New Jersey. His 1994 race with Don Sundquist was a Norwegian-Swedish skirmish set in Nashville. (Næsjvil?) Uff da.

  114. @Father O'Hara
    There was a not so young man who first heard about Kamala on this very site. There was talk of her being the next POTUS. Some described her as being "sexually attractive."
    Intrigued,the not so young man watched her YouTube videos,and found her to be argumentative and unpleasant. Whatever sexual appeal she may have had was lost on him.
    He began to doubt that she would ever be POTUS. He couldn't see people,outside of stupid lefties, wanting to follow her.
    Her memories of gettin ' high while listening to Snoop,years before Snoop had a record,made her look a bit pathetic.
    She didn't seem very bright. Her embrace of bussing as a key issue seemed like a shot in her own foot.
    Her sister,the genius who went to the white college (Kamala had gone black) turned out to be a birdbrain who messed up her campaign. Unlike Obama,she appeared to make the fatal mistake of not hiring white guys. Her manager was some guy named Rodriguez. Was he at least part Spanish?
    And so it was no surprise when she folded her tent and hied off,perhaps to a nearby woods for a long walk?
    The not so young man was glad to see her go and,in truth,found it all quite amusing.
    That not so young man....................was me.

    Very occasionally, caught at the right angle, wearing the right clothes, she looks kind of presentable. Smiling helps too.

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