I am ready for this campaign to end. Two months from today is when it ends. Hurry up, please!
Donald Trump flip-flopping is just being Donald Trump and folks just live with the flip-flopping. We learned yesterday what some of us always knew. He has no secret plan for defeating ISIS. I have to hand it to his talking head surrogates for trying to explain his latest flip-flopping.
This tweet is from a respected GOP consultant:
If in ’08, Senator Barack Obama had praised Putin as a better President than the American, Republicans would have demanded he quit race.
Then Trump called out our top military leadership. He dissed women in the military. And he praised Putin.
Yet, Secretary Hillary Clinton is only a few points ahead. Arggghhh!
Carlos Correa wears the number 1, Alex Bregman wears the number 2, and #SpringerDinger wears the number 4. Name the former ‘Stros coach, player, and skipper who wore the number 3. This is an easy one.
I was dealing with family matters yesterday. I did not get to watch the forum last night hosted by Matt Lauer. Matt is getting toasted for his performance. Hey, Matt’s a morning guy.
I guess this fella has been boycotting the news. Check this from MSN.com:
Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson on Thursday shocked the hosts of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” by seeming to not know what the Syrian city of Aleppo is.
“What would you do if you were elected about Aleppo?” MSNBC political commentator Mike Barnicle asked Johnson minutes into an interview with the former New Mexico governor.
“And what is Aleppo?” Johnson asked.
“You’re kidding,” Barnicle responded.
“No,” Johnson said.
“Aleppo is in Syria,” Barnicle said. “It’s the epicenter of the refugee crisis.”
“OK, got it, got it,” Johnson said.
And he wants 15%. No way!
Scrap Iron of course wore the number 3 as a player, coach, and skipper – that’s Phil Garner.
We are 3-3 on our current roadie against first place teams and still 2 games out of the Wild Card. We end the roadie with a game starting at 11 this morning then come home to host the Cubbies.