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Night No. 2 of the inaugural Democratic Party 2020 debates was an absolute fright-fest of shrill women, raving lunatics, doddering old men and of course, ‘Opie’

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Synopsis on Night No. 2 of the Democratic Party’s First Debate
Pumpkin Center, CA, 06-29-2019 Saturday: Now, I must say…the first part of the initial debate on Wednesday night was indeed boring, tame in comparison with the rogues’ gallery of losers that graced the stage on Thursday night.  Now, it seemed like it became a battle between the former vice-president Joe Biden, Senator Bernie Sanders, Senator Kamala Harris and ‘Opie,’ Mayor Peter Buttigieg who did battle with one another while Kirsten Gillibrand managed to pop in here and there and occasionally, someone else such Governor John Hickenlooper, Senator Michael Bennett, Andrew Yang, and hippie guru, Marianne Williamson (who did not receive a question until 30 minutes into this fright-fest).  The only person who was a real embarrassment was that dimwit, Eric Swalwell, whom some say is a ‘congressman’ but whom I think is a blithering moron.     
The only time that Swalwell managed to ‘shine’ was when he answered a question about how he was going to confiscate ‘all assault weapons via a mandatory buyback.’  He did not really elucidate as to how he was going to seize these firearms from lawful owners but the crowd clapped and hooted simply because he did.  Big whoop, there, Eric, I invite YOU to come and get MINE.
Now, I think Joe Biden did a fine job, he was sharp, he was on point, and he was totally pro-Obama and Obamacare as he should be.  The other ones all bragged about various plans that would accomplish this and that and then Oprah Winfrey’s girl, Marianne Williamson, when she finally had an opportunity to enter the fray, lambasted her cohorts by telling them, ‘we don’t have a health care system, we have a sickness system.’  Interesting.  The others were all agog.
I have watched many a debate and one thing I noticed that I think is somewhat fun is that when it came to questions on China, who did the debate moderators go to first?  They went to Andrew Yang, the tech guy, Chinese-American…isn’t that racist?  To me, it is flipping RACIST and yet the Democrats who profess NOT to be racists do racist stuff, I feel compelled to point it out and that is precisely what I am doing.
The Democrats are all pie-in-the-sky, SO many different plans that will do this, fix that, correct the systemic racism that afflicts our country (according to them).  Yet, few had solid, concrete answers as to how they were going to fix anything and so moved on to attacking President Trump, accusing him of crimes against humanity because that always seems to elicit cheers from the angry, abusive crowd. 
After bashing Donald Trump, it was interesting to see the moderator ask vice-president Biden about his comment about working with segregationists (who were DEMOCRATS, by the way) which allowed Kamala Harris an opportunity to launch into the former VP. 
Listening to Kamala is akin to listening to Kirsten Gillibrand, both of whom in my eyes are reprobates, liars, and scumbags.  I hate to say it like that but both will change at the drop of a hat, on a dime, in a spurious moment to embrace whatever seems new and sparkly and then will adapt it as part of their spiel, claiming ‘they were always for it’ when in fact, they are malleable and will change any stance if it will benefit them.
Now, watching Bernie Sanders is difficult because in 2016, the old communist was new and interesting (although every communist is a carbon copy of other communists) whereas now, the creepy old guy with his herky-jerky movements and his spidery arms and pointing fingers is enough to terrify little children into behaving lest they fall into the hands of this repressive troll.
All in all, this is what the Democrats stand for:
1.      They want open borders and amnesty for ALL illegal aliens.
2.      They do not want illegal border crossings to be considered ‘illegal;’ no, they want everyone to come across any time he or she chooses to do so and then give them a shot at sucking away at America’s teats.
3.      Most of them want to bless these illegal aliens with FREE health care while some claim they will ‘enroll’ them (meaning charge them) for the pleasure of having medical insurance.
4.      Most of them want to toss all private forms of health care insurance onto the scrap heap and either fix and improve Obamacare or go to the ‘one-size fits all’ that communists seem to love so much and browbeat the insurers into being government dupes. 
5.      Therefore, old folks, the disabled, and other specific groups who have paid a lifetime of tax money into Medicare to see that system robbed and depleted so they can care for these ‘non-citizens.’ 
6.      We know the Dems want to seize all firearms so any claims that we can ‘keep our shotguns, rifles, and pistols’ is a load of hooey, hooey and nothing else.  Purchasing ammo and firearms will be outlawed which will make people do what they always do when oppressive government comes down atop them and that is go underground the black market. 
7.      Some promote socialism while saner ones such as John Hickenlooper say, ‘socialism is the exact thing that will give President Donald J. Trump a second term.’  He most likely is correct when he says that but what Democrat will listen to him?
In closing, I will say that Kirsten Gillibrand and Kamala Harris are little more than hacks, angry, hateful hacks.  Bernie Sanders is a loony tunes loser yet he has a tremendous following which is somewhat scary.  Others like Joe Biden, Michael Bennett, John Hickenlooper, Andrew Yang and even Marianne Williamson actually have something to offer- if anyone is listening yet, as my colleague Chef Rollie says, they most likely have little to no chance at winning the big tamale. 
As for Opie, what a fright that young man is.  Angry, pissed off, a man with a hidden agenda, I hope to God that mayor from a troubled town in Indiana has NO shot at ever getting close to the White House as if he does, our country will be on the descendancy to be sure.
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A.    1377: A French invasion fleet lands at Rye, England (see the movie “Robin Hood” starring Russell Crowe).
B.    1534: Jacques Cartier discovers the Prince Edwards Islands off Canada.
C.    1613: London’s original Globe Theater, where many of Shakespeare’s plays were performed, was destroyed by a fire sparked by a cannon shot during a performance of “Henry VIII.”  However, authorities at the time reported no fatalities.
D.    1652: Massachusetts declared itself an independent commonwealth.
E.    1767: Britain approved the Townsend Revenue Act, which imposed import duties on glass, paint, oil, lead, paper, and tea shipped to the American colonies.  However, colonists bitterly protested, prompting Parliament to repeal the duties—except for tea.
F.     1776: Father Francisco Palou founds Mission San Francisco de Assis in what is now the immoral city of San Francisco.
G.   1804: Privates John Collins and Hugh Hall of the Lewis and Clark Expedition were found guilty by court martial consisting of members of the Corps of Discovery for getting drunk on duty.  Collins received 100 lashes on his back while Hall received 50.
H.   1854: Through the Gadsden Purchase, the United States buys parts of Mexico (adding to Arizona and New Mexico) for $10 million.
I.       1863: Confederate General Robert E. Lee orders his troops to begin gathering around Gettysburg.
J.      1880: France annexed Tahiti, which became a French colony on December 30, 1880.
K.   1888: Professor Frederick Treves performed the first appendectomy in England.
L.    1897: In a game with Louisville, the Chicago Cubs scored 36 runs in a single game, which set an all-time record for runs scored by one team in one game.
M.  1913: The Second Balkan War broke out as Bulgaria attacked Serbia and Greece, its former allies from the First Balkan War.
N.    1917: The Ukraine proclaimed itself independent from Russia.
O.   1925: Melvin Pipkin filed for a patent for the frosted lightbulb.
P.     1926: In an economic efficiency measure, the Italian Fascists added an additional hour to the workday.
Q.   1927: The first trans-Pacific airplane flight was completed as Lt. Lester J. Maitland and Lt. Albert F. Hegenberger arrived at Wheeler Field in Hawaii, aboard the Bird of Paradise, an Atlantic-Fokker C-2, after flying 2,400 miles from Oakland in 25 hours and 50 minutes.
R.    1925: Marvin Pipkin filed for a patent for the frosted light bulb.
S.     1926: Fascists in Rome added an hour to the workday in an economic efficiency measure.
T.    1929: Mexico and the Vatican sign an accord.
U.    1933: Actor-director Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle died in New York at age 46.
V.    1941: Polish diplomat, pianist, and composer Ignacy Jan Paderewski died in New York at age 80.  Elsewhere, Joe DiMaggio got a base hit in his 42nd consecutive game, which broke the record set by George Sisler in 1922.  
W. 1943: Germany begins withdrawing U-boats from the North Atlantic in anticipation of the Allied invasion of Europe.  Elsewhere, the original bassist of Fleetwood Mac, Robert “Bob” Brunning, was born in England. 
X.    1944: The U.S. Seventh Army finally conquers the Cherbourg Peninsula following D-Day on June 06.  The Germans launch at counterattack at Caen.
Y.    1946: The “Black Sabbath” takes place in Palestine as the British authorities arrest over 2,700 Jews as terrorists.
Z.    1948: Ian Paice, the future drummer of the British rock band, Deep Purple, was born in England on this date.
AA.          1949: South Africa begins implementing apartheid; no mixed marriages allowed.
BB.           1950: President Harry S. Truman authorized a naval blockade of North Korea on this date.
CC.          1953: The Federal Highway Act authorized the construction of 42,500 miles of freeway coast to coast.
DD.          1954: The Atomic Energy Commission voted against reinstating Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer’s access to classified information.
EE.           1956: Actress Marilyn Monroe married playwright Arthur Miller in a civil ceremony in White Plains, New York and again in a Jewish ceremony on the First of July.  Elsewhere, the Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956 undergoes signing, which officially created the United States Highway System—this occurred under GOP President Dwight D. Eisenhower and not a Democrat.
FF.           1964: After an 83-day filibuster in the Senate, the Civil Rights Bill of 1964 finally passes.
GG.         1967: Jerusalem was re-unified as Israel removed barricades separating the Old City from the Israeli sector.  Meanwhile, Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones receives a sentence of ONE year for drug possession.
HH.         1972: The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a trio of death sentences, saying that the way they had been imposed constituted cruel and unusual punishment.  The ruling prompted states effectively to impose a moratorium on executions until their capital punishment laws could be revised.  In the case Furman v. Georgia, the high court ruled that arbitrary and inconsistent imposition of the death penalty violates the Eighth and Fourteenth amendments, and that it constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.
II.   1974: Isabel Martinez de Peron was sworn in as acting president of Argentina, two days before the death of her ailing husband, President Juan Peron.
JJ. 1976: The Seychelles receive their independence from Great Britain.
KK.         1979: The smoking slide guitarist and vocalist with the Southern rock band, Little FeatLowell George—dropped dead from a heart attack on this date.
LL.           1986: Sparky Anderson is the first Major League Baseball manager to win 600 games in both the American and the National Leagues.
MM.      1988: The U.S. Supreme Court, in Morrison v. Olson, upheld the independent counsel law in a 7-1 decision (the sole dissenter was Justice Antonin Scalia).
NN.          1992: The remains of Polish statesman, pianist, and composer Ignacy Jan Paderewski, interred for five decades in the United States, were returned to his homeland in keeping with his wish to be buried only in a free Poland.
OO.         1995: For refusing to fight Axel Schultz, the IBF strips George Foreman of his heavyweight boxing title.  Elsewhere, the space shuttle Atlantis and the Russian Mir space station linked in orbit, beginning a historic five-day voyage as a single ship.  Meanwhile, in South Korea, a Seoul department store collapsed killing at least 500 people.  Finally, actress Lana Turner died at age 74 in Century City, California.
PP.           2003: Actress Katharine Hepburn, one of the last stars from Hollywood’s Golden Age, died in Old Saybrook, Connecticut, at age 96.
QQ.         2006: The U.S. Supreme Court rules that President George W. Bush’s plan to try Guantanamo Bay detainees in military tribunals violates U.S. and international law.  What are we supposed to do with this Islamist trash?
RR.          2007: Apple Inc. releases it first mobile phone, the iPhone.
SS.2010: General Stanley McChrystal announces his retirement after his comments appear in Rolling Stone Magazine that was negative about President Barack Obama.
TT.           2011: The General-Assembly of Rhode Island passing legislation allowing same-sex couples to enter civil unions.
UU.          2012: The news that the European Union has decided to help some of the troubled Eurozone members causes world stock markets to spike.    
VV.          2014Russia supplies Iraq with military aircraft to help the government fight insurgents from the Islamic State of Iraq; the U.S. has readied military assistance, but it has not yet been delivered.  Meanwhile, the Da’ish scum declares its caliphate in Syria and in northern Iraq—we need to kill the Islamist scum.
WW.     2015: According to Brainy History, Israeli forces peaceably board and redirect the Swedish vessel Marianne, a ship that was part of Freedom Flotilla III, which sought to enter the Gaza port in violation of Israel's naval blockade; the ship will be taken to the port of Ashdod and inspected.






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On June 15, 1999Santana released the band’s next album, the monster seller, “Supernatural.”  This album saw Santana come roaring back yet again and with an expanded lineup delivered a highly enchanting album.  Joining the guitarist were numerous vocalists, Billy Johnson (drums), Benny Rietveld (bass), Chester D. Thompson (keyboards), Raul Rekow and Karl Perrazo (assorted percussion), and quite a few others including a horn section and numerous guest stars like Eric Clapton.  The song, “Smooth,” was a BIG SELLER and this album is one that every fan of both the man and of his various ‘bands’ must seek out and add to one’s collection.  We hope you will seek this awesome album out and add it to your collection as it is a worthy addition to any music collection.

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