Roundup, including Nevada as a test of the GOP Autopsy

Heck photo There’s an interesting piece in Talking Points Memo today about the Nevada senate race, Representative Joe Heck, included, and questioning Heck’s capacity to attract Hispanic voters in the state.  Perhaps someone should ask the GOP candidate if he supports Donald Trump’s bid for the presidency? The answer should tell us if Heck listened to the “autopsy” or is part of the corpse of the Republican party?

Loon How can we miss you if you won’t go away?  The Malheur Refuge Loons, the ones wearing camo, and pretending to be “patriots,” are still in court – including one Larry “The Loon” Klayman who wants very much to insert himself and his stack of conspiracy theories into the “movement” supporting Cliven Bundy in court.    Ammon Bundy intends to argue he can’t be prosecuted because the Federal government really doesn’t own the Malheur Refuge, no matter that there are similar cases with decisions  on record which dismissed this argument as having no merit.  Meanwhile, a Nevadan who participated in the Loon-acy has entered a guilty plea to charges of conspiracy.

Trump white power We’re Shocked. Shocked I say… to discover that there’s another white nationalist on the list of Trump delegates to the Republican convention.  In her own words: “I’m all for closing the borders. I’m all for not allowing Muslims in this country. I’m all for keeping illegals out and get as many of them who are here out as soon as possible. … Why do I want my taxpayer money taking care of criminals and murderers who aren’t supposed to be here?” We can add her to the folks already on the list who have child porn and weapons charges on their CV’s.  Meanwhile, back on April 28th Pew Research reported Republican “favorability” ratings edging lower.

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