That said, if they do then the GOP could face a new nightmare situation next February, when President Lawnchair becomes SCOTUS candidate Lawnchair, under the new President Clinton.
Cruz himself said in Iowa: "I will apologize to no one for using every tool we can to encourage Iowa voters to come out and vote."
An NBC/Wall Street Journal poll finds him leading Trump nationally by 15 points, while Clinton leads Trump by 10 points.
The GOP fail spin is indeed quite amusing to watch. It's unclear how they will ever make it back out of the woods a second time. If Sanders won the nomination, the GOP would need more than their usual strategy of voter obstruction to keep him out of the white house. If he won the white house, they would only make themselves look even more ridiculous and hypocritical to keep with their strategy of congressional obstruction as a platform.
Cranston's director of senior services stepped down last week after she had a male bus driver for the Cranston Senior Enrichment Center masquerade as a woman to improve visuals at a press conference.
The man was wearing a dress, earrings, lipstick, and a wig, according to the report.
Stenhouse's last public appearance (the one featuring the man dressed up in drag for the conference)?
an initiative that Stenhouse had put together: the creation of a student snow-shoveling brigade to help poor and infirm older people. Students receive high school community service credits for their efforts.
There was an announcement at the Cranston Senior Enrichment Center, in which some students gleefully shoveled snow from a pile Stenhouse arranged despite the lack of snowfall.
But, of course, Republicans wouldn't waste money like this, would they?
Stenhouse, 56, of Warwick, is a former Republican member of the Warwick City Council and a current member of the Warwick Planning Board. She was the unsuccessful Republican candidate for Rhode Island secretary of state in 2006 and was an aide to Donald L. Carcieri when he was governor.
Ooops, scratch that one.
This little snippet is interesting as well:
Macy's also announced Wednesday that it has engaged Eastdil Secured in conjunction with Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs to approach potential interested parties to form joint ventures to utilize the company's mall-based properties as well as its flagship real estate in Manhattan, San Francisco, Chicago and Minneapolis.
The results explain why it's so rare for "a good guy with a gun" to stop active shooters. According to the FBI's report on active shooter events between 2000 and 2013, only about 3 percent were stopped by a civilian with a gun. Unarmed civilians actually stopped more incidents - about 13 percent. Most of the incidents - more than 56 percent - ended on the shooter's initiative, when the shooter either killed himself or herself, simply stopped shooting, or fled the scene.
They don't want you in their sandbox.
Which is quite appropriate, although I would say it would be even more so if it was instead "echo chamber" (which is what slashdot largely has become).
Serving coffee on aircraft causes turbulence.