Bob and Chez Show

The Bob & Chez Show Presented By BubbleGenius.com 6/7/16

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Bob and Chez
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RELM_buttonCaleefonya: The AP Calls the Primaries for Hillary; Bernie's Big Three Options; Superdelegates and Conspiracy Theories; Bob's Voting Experience in California; Guess Who's Running for Governor of Rhode Island; The Trump Campaign is Imploding; Republicans Retracting Their Endorsements; Megyn Kelly Nails Trump Again; and more. Brought to you by Bubble Genius, the BobCesca.com Amazon Link and The Bowen Law Group.

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  • katanahamon

    No guys..Trump did this for one reason..CASH FLOW. He’s having a cash flow problem. Why did he want to keep the charity cash? He bragged that he earned more since he started running..this was all for a boost in cash flow. Let’s demand the taxes, then you’ll see…

  • katanahamon

    Thanks for running that ad..although you really have to see it..when they re run the visual of him with the mom talking it is amazing.

  • katanahamon

    Surprised you guys didn’t talk about Jeffrey Lord defending Trump..maybe it was after this show..I didn’t see these posted until Friday.. Anyway, if any network allows Lord on after that one panel discussion, they should have their credentials revoked.

  • ProudLiberalAlways

    OMG, Bionic Dan is really running for Gov.? I’d be interested to hear what you honestly think his odds are of winning, guys. Oh, by the way, Great Show again!

  • D_C_Wilson

    No offense to Bob, but I really miss the days when the Bubble Genius ladies recorded their own commercials.

    The talking nards one still cracks me up.

    • Victor the Crab

      I miss those too. They were cheesy and cute.

    • Aynwrong

      Bubble Genius.cooooooooooooom……..

  • leemoder

    I see a “Beef-Smokin’ Manyak For Gov.” t-shirt in the near future.

  • Also, too, if Hillary loses it isn’t her shame. It will be our fault–the American people. The shame of voters on the left and the middle for not uniting to stop him. And the shame of those on the right who can’t stand him but will put party before country supporting him anyway. And the shame of those on the right who genuinely support him and his ugly extremist policies. Not that they would feel shame. They’d only feel gratified and smugly superior, their usual reaction when they win. Hillary only loses if WE the majority of sensible Americans f*ck it up.

  • There are “cuntless” opportunities to enjoy the clown car Bidondi campaign. His slogan is “Say no to Tyranny and Yes to Bumbling Bidondi”. I recommend that we do not donate $27 each but .27 cents each. Then again, if we do give him real money maybe he can go get some speech therapy and counseling for his paranoid delusions.

  • Badgerite

    I thought Trumps’ “wall” was only an “opening negotiating position” or only a “virtual” wall.

    • No I think he meant it literally. But Trump is definitely a “virtual” human being.

      • Badgerite

        He actually said this once though, back when people thought he was making a ‘pivot’ to the general election. He contradicts himself one minute to the next. I don’t want that Monster anywhere near the nuclear button. I like the Earth in one piece. And green and everything.

  • Badgerite

    I think maybe “The Donald”, if past performance is any indication, will have a stripper show at the Republican Convention. Probably in prime time . Proceed.

    • muselet

      It’ll be a yoooge, beautiful, very classy striiper show! Believe me!

      –alopecia

      • Isn’t “classy stripper show” an oxymoron?

        • muselet

          No, because the strippers will be wearing Donald J Trump Collection g-strings and the poles will be 24-karat gold. What could be classier than that?

          Apart from everything else on Earth, I mean.

          –alopecia

  • Badgerite

    It is indeed, objectively true. What Bernie Sanders needs to do now is be willing, as Kevin Drum says, to take “yes” for an answer.

  • Ceoltoir

    The problem here Bob is that anything other than Tiger Beat style fawning over Sanders is clear bias against Sanders according to his cult.

  • muselet

    Dammit, Bob! I lived through eight bloody years of that Austrian meathead’s garbling of the English language! A little mercy, if you please.

    I’m not going to scold you for screwing up, Bob, but it is kinda important to read the instructions (RTFM, as the computer support-line folks say). I don’t know how they do it in your county, but here in LA County I believe—and I could very well be wrong, because I’m like you and prefer to vote in person—a mailed ballot will be considered valid if it’s postmarked by midnight on election day.

    I’m partial to Charlie Pierce‘s take. After complaining, rightly, about the Being First competition between AP and NBC News, he added:

    There no longer is even a marginally credible fantasy path to the nomination for Bernie Sanders. His entire strategy seems now to be based on convincing members of the dreaded Democratic establishment to do something for him that they weren’t even willing to do en masse for Ted Kennedy in 1980, and I think it’s safe to say that Kennedy was a more influential career Democratic politician than Bernie Sanders is. And he has to get 300 of them to do it.

    Barring a completely cataclysmic event, it’s impossible to imagine this happening.

    Sounds right.

    Bob, I agree. Option 1 (Concede) would be the grown-up decision for Bernie Sanders to make. I’m with Charlie Pierce (and you) with regard to Option 2 (Contested Convention): not going to happen. Option 3 (Independent Run) would be childish and stupid and counterproductive, and his supporters will demand he consider it. According to TPM, one current and one former Sanders staffer have told the New York Times that the Sanders campaign is getting ready to lay off at least half its staff, so maybe Sanders has decided to be a grown-up (it still leaves open the question of what he’ll do during the general campaign).

    Chez, True Believers are almost never self-aware.

    Dan Bidondi is contemplating a run for governor of R’dIslan’? First, no way did he write “contemplating,” I won’t believe it. Second, “tyrant politicians”? Get new shtick.

    Sorry, Bob, but no. No money to the shaved ape, not even in the name of comedy.

    The Trump Campaign Deathwatch. Has a ring to it, but Donald Trump’s campaign would outlast the cockroaches after a nuclear war. It’s unkillable. Racist diatribes, general ignorance, cozying up to dictators, perving on his own daughter, none of that has had any effect on Trump’s campaign. A few retracted endorsements will make no difference to Trump’s followers.

    Chez, you’re right, Trump’s campaign advisers are competent, at least as far as trying to get Trump to dial it back.

    I look forward to watching the churn in the Trump campaign. Of course, the only people who would sign on would be people objectively dumber than the ones leaving, so it should be fun.

    I hope Hillary Clinton, the Clinton campaign, the DNC and every Left-leaning PAC repeatedly whack Donald Trump with the stick of his own words.

    Megyn Kelly’s résumé better be up-to-date. She’s gone too far out of bounds for Roger Ailes to tolerate her continued presence on Fox News Channel.

    Chez, your theory of Trump makes sense, except you’re not taking into account his narcissism. At this point, his ego wouldn’t let him quit.

    As I keep saying, because there’s a non-zero probability of a President Donald John Trump, I can’t laugh too much at the short-fingered vulgarian’s antics.

    Wowee. I just looked at CNN’s primary results page and Hillary Clinton is ahead of Bernie Sanders in California 61.7% to 37.2% (as of 22:00 PDT, with 34% of the votes counted). That’s not at all what I expected.

    –alopecia

    • Victor the Crab

      Or Bernie’s over the top supporters.

  • Aynwrong

    One possibility I’ve wondered about is that if Trump does win (Heaven. Help. Us. All.) would be that a resignation might come in the middle of his administration. No scandal would be necessary. No impeachment (though that is also a possibility with Trump). He just wakes up one morning and has had it with those mean old Democrats or the complicated machinations of government and just says “AW FUCK THIS! I’M OUT!!!” This hardly seems outside the realm of possibilities for a personality like Trump.

    • muselet

      Oh, thanks a heap.

      If anyone needs me, I’ll be over here in a corner, weeping.

      –alopecia

      • Aynwrong

        Have “strenth” Muse.

      • Rightwing America has destroyed my happy place so save some room for me in that corner.

        • muselet

          Always room for one more.

          –alopecia

    • Who Me?

      I think when Obama jumps into this, his intellect, his charisma, and him reminding voters that Trump/gop would undo everything he’s done, and the racism of searching for Pres Obama’s birth certificate, will reignite the passion and determination of the majority of the Dems and most importantly, the independents who supported him.

  • ProudLiberalAlways

    I would hope that Bernie will be gracious and a gentleman about this. That being said, I’m also worried about the ‘bots’ and their reaction. I seriously doubt many if any of the super delegates will gravitate to Bernie after he’s spent the past few months so loudly trashing the Party.

  • HilaryB

    I think Lindsey Graham is my new hero.

    • Aynwrong

      Strenth…

      • D_C_Wilson

        I like shootin skeet.

    • Who Me?

      Drumpf gives him the vapors!