Friday, December 01, 2017

Luck Running Out For Sen. McCaskill???

A somewhat objective think piece from Missouri's top Democratic Party lady who faces the biggest challenge of her political career. Checkit: Is Claire McCaskill Lucky or Good?

11 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I wonder how long it’s been since Claire had a good fucking. That could be the reason she is so mean and hateful.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for elevating the conversation.

Anonymous said...

Claire is a good politician and very lucky. But saying someone is a good politician is no compliment. Just means they have no ethics, are ruthless, lie well and have a good sense of how to manipulate people.

Anonymous said...

Investigate her husband and what was going on in the shitty nursing homes that made him rich.

Anonymous said...

Lucky? It's more like she's made a deal with The Devil. How else to account for her defeating Jim Talent, who gets taken out by the Feckless george bush. Next time around the "Good Ole Boys" kept the nomination away from Sarah Steelman, paving the way for the quick witted, silver tongued Akin. Given that mccaskill will be running against the Missouri Repubs, third term mccaskill & The Devil.

Anonymous said...

What are her views on unsolicited bulk e-mail?

Anonymous said...

#CLAIRETOOWHITE


When Claire McCaskill was Jackson County Prosecutor, her husband was caught smoking marijuana at a riverboat casino (he was also a cocaine abuser and had a rental property used as a crack house) and only got community service as punishment.

Meanwhile, Claire was treating people of color entirely different when it came to prosecution.

Her political career busted in KC, she fled to Jefferson City, then St. Louis, then Washington, D.C.

Anonymous said...


Todd Akin wasn't "luck". McCaskills wealthy Democrat donors gave big bucks to his primary campaign, depriving MO voters of two other highly qualified Republican candidates.

Anonymous said...

She's a liar and a typical dc criminal

Anonymous said...

Missouri's open primary system is why Akin beat Silverman and Brunner. Democrats came out in force to vote for Akin because he was the weakest of the three, especially after his bonehead comment regarding abortion.

Here's another example. In the 2016 presidential primaries, I didn't care which republican candidate won, I just wanted the dems to lose (supreme court appointment and all). So I asked for a democrat ballot and voted for Sanders since he was the weakest candidate (who knew that the democrat party had already rigged their own primary).

We ought to work on ensuring that the best candidates get elected instead of the weakest.

Anonymous said...

Clair has a well hidden past while in office. Ask around and get the suprise of your life. Do do you spell Harassment. Time to take a close look at the harassment from another gender.