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I just wanted to be the first to break the news that Moore won.
Ha Ha I called it before the media did.


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I just wanted to be the first to break the news that Moore won.


He might, but I wouldn't count on it. It will all come down to turnout. Projections are for turnout to be very low.



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I would think a low turnout would mean the enthused vote, which favors Moore.

I think Moore wins by ten.


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Anybody who scares Mitch McConnell into sending the kind of funding he did to Luther Strange must be alright. Go Moore!
 
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Polls close at 7PM Eastern, so not long from now.


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We've got the guy Trump campaigned for vs. the guy who would be a better supporter for Trump's agenda.

So, either way Trump wins.
 
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Anybody who scares Mitch McConnell into sending the kind of funding he did to Luther Strange must be alright. Go Moore!

exactly. my questions was going to be "who does mcconnell like?"

I like the other one.



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So, either way Trump wins.

Groovy. Then it costs nothing to have Alabama give McConnell a good hosing.
 
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From what I've read, McConnell and his ilk have spent around $30 mil against Moore's $3 or 4 million in support of Strange.

Stranger Danger Wink




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Strange supporters include:
- Trump
- Pence
- McConnell
- NRA

Moore supporters include:
- Bannon
- Hannity
- Palin
- Carson
- Mo Brooks
- Levin
- James Dobson
- Huckabee
- Coulter
- etc.

Pretty clear who's considered establishment and who's not.


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We've got the guy Trump campaigned for vs. the guy who would be a better supporter for Trump's agenda.

So, either way Trump wins.
I'd say that's a pretty accurate assessment.


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From what I've read, McConnell and his ilk have spent around $30 mil against Moore's $3 or 4 million in support of Strange.
Stranger Danger Wink

Groovy. Then it costs nothing to have Alabama give McConnell a good hosing....

Yep. Without knowing a whole lot about the candidates.... I know enough about McConnell to hope Moore wins.


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Only about an hour left before results begin to come in.


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LTR from Alabama Sec of State (today)

September 26, 2017 MONTGOMERY – This morning, reports from several voting locations have indicated that poll workers have been identified assisting or allowing voters, which were marked as having cast a ballot for a democratic candidate in the primary on August 15th, to vote a Republican ballot. This letter is intended to serve as a reminder that this is voter fraud.

The Alabama Legislature prescribed this process when they passed Act No. 2017-340 which prescribed into law procedures to limit cross party candidate selection. Specifically the law states:

“If an elector votes in a primary election, he or she may vote in a subsequent primary runoff election only if he or she voted in the primary election of the same political party for which the runoff election is being held.”

Any person who votes or knowingly attempts to vote or assists another person in voting when they when not entitled to do so shall be guilty upon conviction of a Class C felony. A class C felony carries a sentence of not less than one year and one day and not more than ten years imprisonment, and may include a fine not to exceed $15,000

http://www.breitbart.com/big-g...able-class-c-felony/


and, Sen Corker (R, TN) has announced his retirement. He will not run in 2018

There were reports that Corker had urged President Trump to campaign for Strange
 
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https://youtu.be/J4o14NnEfZU

short video of Roy Moore

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and, Sen Corker (R, TN) has announced his retirement. He will not run in 2018
There were reports that Corker had urged President Trump to campaign for Strange

Excellent!

Bob Corker, Obama's co-pilot in inflicting the Iran "Deal" on the US and helping their nuclear program to fission fruition, says he's not going to seek re-election as a Democrat Senator running on the Republican line. He says he has thought the matter over, and will instead spend more time with his donors and corporate stooges.

Now if only he can convince McCain and Collins to resign in solidarity with him.


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...and, Sen Corker (R, TN) has announced his retirement. He will not run in 2018

After openly speculating about Trump's mental fitness for office, I've been wondering if he (Corker) could win if someone ran a highly-qualified challenge. I haven't trusted him for a while, his litter mate even less.


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Sen Corker (R, TN) has announced his retirement. He will not run in 2018

There were reports that Corker had urged President Trump to campaign for Strange


Follow the money:

Sen. Luther Strange’s (R-AL) swamp pal, Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), is set to receive more money each year from Alabama taxpayers from the sweetheart deal in an Alabama retail development arranged by a law firm that is a big donor to Strange’s Senate campaign than he receives from his salary as a United States senator.
Under the terms of that sweetheart deal signed off on by the Mobile City Council and the Mobile County Commission, Corker, as a 13 percent owner of McGowin Park Incentive, LLC, a Delaware Corporation, receives a prorated split of that entity’s hefty sales tax rebate from retail purchases made at stores in McGowin Park retail center in Mobile Alabama. The center is a huge development opened in 2015 of more than 24 stores, including “Dick’s Sporting Goods, Field & Stream, HomeGoods, Ross Dress for Less, Hobby Lobby, Best Buy, Old Navy, Petco, Ashley Furniture HomeStore and Dollar Tree,” as one publication noted, strategically located right off heavily traveled I-65.

That rebate is substantial; 28 percent of all city sales tax collected and 30 percent of all county sales tax collected from stores in the center is paid out to McGowin Park Incentive, LLC, in two securities known as City of Mobile Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013 and Mobile County Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013.

Corker received $40,459 in 2015 and $108,682 in income from City of Mobile Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013, and Mobile County Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013, according to financial reports he filed with the United States Senate. He is scheduled to receive $155,500 in income from those warrants in 2017; $168,808 in 2018; $192,000 in 2019; and $192,000 a year for the next 15-and-a-half years.

During the twenty years in which he receives money from this deal, Corker is expected to receive more than $3 million of the Mobile, Alabama, city and county sales tax revenue paid by customers who make purchases at the McGowin Park retail center in Mobile.

Corker’s current annual salary as a United States senator is $174,000 per year. If Corker were to win a third term in the United States Senate, his salary in 2019–the first year of that third term–is currently anticipated to be the same: $174,000 per year, or $18,000 less than he will receive from the City of Mobile and Mobile County.

Corker was part of the Republican establishment chorus that persuaded President Trump to rally in Huntsville, Alabama, Friday night with Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) tonight, according to multiple press reports. Strange trails conservative grassroots champion Judge Roy Moore in the Alabama Republican primary runoff election to be held next Tuesday by more than 8 points, according to the latest Real Clear Politics average of polls.

Corker’s affinity for his establishment Republican allies in Alabama is understandable given the role played by the Alabama law firm that donated $28,000 to Strange’s Senate campaign in setting up the sweetheart deal in the Mobile, Alabama, McGowin Park retail development.

Mobile’s 2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report does not show how much the city paid in Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013, issued to McGowin Park, LLC, in 2013 and subsequently assigned to McGowin Park Incentive, LLC, in 2014, in FY 2016.


http://www.breitbart.com/big-g...ma-taxpayers-salary/
 
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Roy Moore wins primary over Luther Strange

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Sen Corker (R, TN) has announced his retirement. He will not run in 2018

There were reports that Corker had urged President Trump to campaign for Strange


Follow the money:

Sen. Luther Strange’s (R-AL) swamp pal, Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN), is set to receive more money each year from Alabama taxpayers from the sweetheart deal in an Alabama retail development arranged by a law firm that is a big donor to Strange’s Senate campaign than he receives from his salary as a United States senator.
Under the terms of that sweetheart deal signed off on by the Mobile City Council and the Mobile County Commission, Corker, as a 13 percent owner of McGowin Park Incentive, LLC, a Delaware Corporation, receives a prorated split of that entity’s hefty sales tax rebate from retail purchases made at stores in McGowin Park retail center in Mobile Alabama. The center is a huge development opened in 2015 of more than 24 stores, including “Dick’s Sporting Goods, Field & Stream, HomeGoods, Ross Dress for Less, Hobby Lobby, Best Buy, Old Navy, Petco, Ashley Furniture HomeStore and Dollar Tree,” as one publication noted, strategically located right off heavily traveled I-65.

That rebate is substantial; 28 percent of all city sales tax collected and 30 percent of all county sales tax collected from stores in the center is paid out to McGowin Park Incentive, LLC, in two securities known as City of Mobile Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013 and Mobile County Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013.

Corker received $40,459 in 2015 and $108,682 in income from City of Mobile Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013, and Mobile County Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013, according to financial reports he filed with the United States Senate. He is scheduled to receive $155,500 in income from those warrants in 2017; $168,808 in 2018; $192,000 in 2019; and $192,000 a year for the next 15-and-a-half years.

During the twenty years in which he receives money from this deal, Corker is expected to receive more than $3 million of the Mobile, Alabama, city and county sales tax revenue paid by customers who make purchases at the McGowin Park retail center in Mobile.

Corker’s current annual salary as a United States senator is $174,000 per year. If Corker were to win a third term in the United States Senate, his salary in 2019–the first year of that third term–is currently anticipated to be the same: $174,000 per year, or $18,000 less than he will receive from the City of Mobile and Mobile County.

Corker was part of the Republican establishment chorus that persuaded President Trump to rally in Huntsville, Alabama, Friday night with Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) tonight, according to multiple press reports. Strange trails conservative grassroots champion Judge Roy Moore in the Alabama Republican primary runoff election to be held next Tuesday by more than 8 points, according to the latest Real Clear Politics average of polls.

Corker’s affinity for his establishment Republican allies in Alabama is understandable given the role played by the Alabama law firm that donated $28,000 to Strange’s Senate campaign in setting up the sweetheart deal in the Mobile, Alabama, McGowin Park retail development.

Mobile’s 2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report does not show how much the city paid in Limited Obligation Project Revenue Warrants, Series 2013, issued to McGowin Park, LLC, in 2013 and subsequently assigned to McGowin Park Incentive, LLC, in 2014, in FY 2016.


http://www.breitbart.com/big-g...ma-taxpayers-salary/


What's the diff between this and office holders receiving very substantial incomes from investments in real estate ventures, petroleum pipelines, assuming they made investments, not merely recipients of payoffs?




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