Aug 22 blip commented on Donald Trump Insists He's "Not Flip-Flopping" On How He Will Screw Over 11 Million Undocumented Workers in the U.S..
@9, Bullshit. There are polls that will tell you the exact same thing about Democratic voters and Hillary Clinton but you do not see Democrats or anyone else bending over sideways to distance themselves from the person they chose to be their nominee.

Trump is the Republican nominee because most Republicans who voted in the primary voted for him. Trump is hostile to immigrants and the media and supports tax code that benefits rich people, and these are all well within the mainstream for Republican voters. You don't have to dig too deep into conservative commentary to find people who want to build a wall and purge everyone without papers. Their gripe is chiefly with his unvarnished style, mostly because they know it will cost them an otherwise winnable election, and quite possibly an entire generation of voters, but their underlying beliefs are in complete alignment with Trump's.
Aug 20 blip commented on What Do You Know: Millennial Voters Flocking to Clinton.
@55, Both charts are visualizations of actual voting data compiled by a non-partisan organization. There was a precipitous decline in turnout around the turn of the 20th century but there is no evidence of a significant decline since. I like to think that data speaks for itself but I guess people can see things that aren't there if they really fight for it.

Of course young people could brought into the process, but it's much easier to appeal to established voters. As they age they will become more engaged (see, data).
Aug 19 blip commented on I Love You, Amy Schumer, But You're Wrong.
The presumption of innocence is a matter for the court of law, not the court of public opinion. Out here, corroborating complaints from multiple women are enough, at least for some people, and banning someone from performing at a comedy show is a perfectly fair substitute for prison. In an ideal world, rape victims would feel safe and supported by the justice system, and that's where he would be right now. In the meantime, we'll have to settle for this.

Amy Schumer, otoh, is several degrees removed from the guilty party. She's not the problem, though her friend is a serious asshole.
Aug 18 blip commented on There's a Horrifying Statue of Donald Trump in Capitol Hill.
@6, Unflattering? Pretty sure the artist was being generous.
Aug 18 blip commented on Today In Stupid: Enter the Void.
@6, Clinton currently has a 97.5% chance of wining Washington, by a >17% margin.

http://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/2016…
Aug 16 blip commented on Today in Stupid: "No, No, No," Says Trump Advisor. "I Said Clinton Should Be Executed, Not Assassinated. God!".
@15, A work of speculative fiction is not the same thing as something that a real person said should happen to a real person in real life. It's literally fact vs. fiction - not to mention the very real possibility that Trump might have a supporter rabid enough to follow through with it, because it only takes one. The play is tacky, but it’s not even close to the same thing.
Aug 16 blip commented on Today in Stupid: "No, No, No," Says Trump Advisor. "I Said Clinton Should Be Executed, Not Assassinated. God!".
@1, Just last week you qualified your inane defense of Trump's '2nd amendment people' comments by saying you would change your mind if the secret service talked to Trump about it (they did btw).

Clearly you know when the secret service gets involved a line has been crossed, but knowing better doesn't seem to stop you from being an apologist for Trump's campaign.
Aug 16 blip commented on Let Us Welcome Our New Hillary Clinton Style Instagram Overlords.
Not dumb, just bitter. His comments all bear the hallmark of someone who needs a hug.
Aug 15 blip commented on What Do You Know: Millennial Voters Flocking to Clinton.
@42, Young voters always have lower turnout rates than older voters (3rd chart down):

http://www.electproject.org/home/voter-t…

And total voter turnout (percentage of eligible voters who actually vote) fluctuates by election cycle, with no consistent trend:

http://www.electproject.org/national-178…