Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Your Torments Call Us Like Dogs In the Night.

Hillary Goldwater:  I know who you are. You are the autumn people. Where do you come from? The dust. Where do you go to? The grave.

Dark Pepe:  Yes. We are the hungry ones. Your torments call us like dogs in the night. And we do feed, and feed well.

Hillary Goldwater: To stuff yourselves on other people's nightmares.

Dark Pepe: And butter our plain bread with delicious pain. So, you do understand a little.


The Democrats are beginning to face a universe of horror where not only are they not looking at another "wave year" (*and yes that ship has sailed*), They might just lose everything this year and it's all due to Stumbly Grandma Cankles.

Eight weeks from Election Day, Democrats are feeling queasy about Hillary Clinton's narrowing national and battleground-state lead over Donald Trump.

A race some had considered a layup for Clinton on Tuesday showed Trump within 2.5 points in the RealClearPolitics average of polls. The Democratic presidential nominee's stumbles over the weekend—from a botched response to a health incident to having to partially disavow her comment slamming “half” of Trump's supporters—has heightened concerns.

“I'm totally afraid. Donald Trump definitely has the chance to win. It's really close. Closing here in Pennsylvania and Florida,” said Clinton Barnes of Philadelphia, who attended President Barack Obama's rally there Tuesday for Clinton. “It's all spooky.”


“Hillary's been her own worst enemy,” he said. “People think she's dishonest.”


Now why would anyone? Ever? Think that?




This movie was almost as psychic as Idiocrasy.


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