Weekend Open Thread

Good Morning. I hope that you are enjoying this weekend with family and friends.


Just adorable 😍😍😍

 There is a movie coming out about the Black lawman who was the inspiration for the Lone Ranger. His name was Bass Reeves.

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90 Responses to Weekend Open Thread

  1. I turned off @msnbc for awhile. I don’t want to hear jack shyt about Bloomberg apologizing for Stop N Frisk. Not going to work. Fugg that! He ruined Black folks lives, put them through hell and think an apology will solve the issue just like that? Think again and then some more!

  2. Good morning, everyone!

    Daughter says when they tell the kids “all y’all be quiet”, Carson says “no no both of y’all”. He means they’re talking to Haley and Jay, not him. 😂😂😂

  3. Liza says:

    Hey, y’all. Do you reckon Trump will report that he’s in great shape and weighs 210?

  4. rikyrah says:

    For those who watch

    The third season of The Crown

    Now starring Olivia Coleman has dropped this morning on Netflix 🤗

  5. rikyrah says:


    Dave Wasserman (@Redistrict) Tweeted:
    I’ve seen enough. Projection: Gov. John Bel Edwards (D) has defeated Eddie Rispone (R) to win a second term. #LAGOV https://twitter.com/Redistrict/status/1195908899708293120?s=20

  6. eliihass says:

    Gaslighting on steroids in an Orwellian nightmare..


  7. Liza says:

    Just saw this new Subaru commercial, really well done.

  8. eliihass says:

    My historic FLOTUS is having a limited book signing at the bookstore Politics & Prose on Monday..

    People are lined up this morning at the bookstore to get wristbands to guarantee them a spot in line on Monday.. That my fam, is something..


  9. eliihass says:

    These are those ‘nevertreasonousbuffoon’ types that one really doesn’t know what to do with..

    As far as I’m concerned, Ted Cruz is just as despicable – even if he’s a different type of despicable.. He’s just as objectionable..

    He was actually the preferred candidate of the same evil behind the treasonous dum dum now stinking up the people’s house..

    How anyone can run around believing that Ted Cruz is any less offensive to humanity, boggles the mind..

    I see those former Ted Cruz campaign strategists now cast as ‘reasonable’ pundits on MSNBC CNN, and I scratch my head in disbelief..

    Especially when one remembers that Kellyanne Conway was one of and with them – doubling as pollster and chair of a Ted Cruz PAC..


    • Liza says:

      …he also raised concerns about some of the liberal ideas being promoted by some candidates, citing health care and immigration as issues where the proposals may have gone further than public opinion.

      While Mr. Obama did not single out any specific primary candidate or policy proposal, he cautioned that the universe of voters that could support a Democratic candidate — Democrats, independents and moderate Republicans — are not driven by the same views reflected on “certain left-leaning Twitter feeds” or “the activist wing of our party.”

      Acknowledging that candidates must “push past” his achievements, Mr. Obama urged his party’s candidates not to push too far, as he urged them to adopt a message that would allow them to compete in all corners of the country.

      “I don’t think we should be deluded into thinking that the resistance to certain approaches to things is simply because voters haven’t heard a bold enough proposal and if they hear something as bold as possible then immediately that’s going to activate them,” he said.

      While he’s headlined fund-raising events for Democratic committees, the former president has kept a low profile in the presidential race, meeting privately with most of the Democratic candidates but telling friends and political allies that neither he nor his wife, Michelle, have plans to endorse anyone and do not see it as their place to steer the party’s future.

      Mr. Obama has expressed interest, at different times, in rising stars like former Representative Beto O’Rourke of Texas and Mr. Buttigieg. Mr. Obama had issued a warm statement about Mr. Biden’s entry into the primary but had declined to endorse him or anyone else.

      During his nearly hourlong remarks on Friday, Mr. Obama offered only one clear endorsement, though not exactly the one many Democratic donors in the room wanted to hear.

      Mr. Obama was interviewed by Stacey Abrams, who drew national attention during her unsuccessful run for governor of Georgia last year and is widely considered to be on the shortlist for the vice presidency — no matter which candidate ultimately wins the nomination.

      “I love me some Stacey Abrams,” he said.


    • rikyrah says:

      Just telling the truth

  10. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone 😄😄😄

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