The 2019

Patriots Season. 


7 Things For Sunday: Part I.

Pats Vs KC-Part II.


So where do the Pats go from here? That is really the only question. They have some serious issues that they may have made insurmountable last week. I thought they could beat the Ravens the second time they meet. I thought it was more probable than not. I know they can beat KC on the road in the Play offs. They proved that last season. But I don't believe they can do both. 

In the 2nd half of last weeks disaster they proved they could shut KC's vaunted Offense down, by giving up only 3 points. "Better execution. We gave up the one long play, against that offense you can't give it to them in one play. And then we had them in the red area and then we gave it up on the wildcat triple-option," McCourty said. "So, it was really two bad plays in the 1st half and I thought we just did a better job of eliminating that. When you play a good team, you can't have those plays. 

"I thought in the 2nd half we really locked in and just did a better job of not giving up the big play or a silly play in a key situation. 3rd down in the red area, we've got to play our best football. After that, the 2nd half is kind of winning time, you've got to play your best. (It) sucks as a team, you play well enough to win and a couple things don't go your way that are kind of out of your hands and makes it tough." They have the defense to win the AFC. 

It really comes down to the question of Brady. What the hell is going on? "We had some [miscues], you know, we got the ball [and miscued]," Brady said. "We moved it, we just had some plays there where we could have scored and just couldn't quite [cue it]. We had a 4th down [miscue]. We had some other ones in the red area, a couple 4th downs. Just didn't make the plays when we needed to make them." They can steal a game in KC, and I think they should win in Baltimore, but there is no way they are doing both. 

All three teams that lost to the Ravens last season beat them the second time they played. But they need last years Brady not this years Brady. Is he injured? Is he done? His arm has clearly lost some steam. He keeps throwing up these softies all game, like he's vomiting the football. 

I can dig the touch passes, but his main weapon the past few games was the floating touch passes. "I think we're just trying to figure out what works," Brady said. "So I think you have an idea and then you see how the game unfolds and then you've got to make some adjustments. So, we tried to make some adjustments there in the 2nd half. They threw a lot of different defenses at us, some we handled pretty good, others we didn't. It was a good game by them." And that ain't too cool. 

Does he still have his fastball? Does he have the weapons that can exploit his fast ball? Is he throwing those floaters on purpose because that is what the play calls for, or that is what is arm demands? QBs can lose it quick in their 40s. 

They need more from Brady, and he needs a ton more from his weapons. They are not helping him out at all. His most dynamic weapon is clearly N'Keal. But he is rookie who no one seems to trust yet. If they can't find a way to incorporate his talents more, despite his rookie brain? 

Than they can win out the season. "I think we're just trying to figure out what works [in week 14? 15?]" Brady said. "So, I think you have an idea and then you see how the game unfolds and then you've got to make some adjustments. So, we tried to make some adjustments there in the second half. They threw a lot of different defenses at us, some we handled pretty good, others we didn't. It was a good game by them." The only chance left is to win out the season. 

They also need some luck. If one of those two teams get knocked out they have a good chance. I just can't say that they have a good or decent chance of beating both on the Road in the Play Offs. This is the Patriots, getting a miracle win on the Road in the Playoffs and losing in the Champ Game is not acceptable. 

But if the plan is to beat KC, and then win in Baltimore in the Playoffs? That is a plan that is very tough to say it is going to work, with this iteration of the Patriots that has already lost to both teams and given up the tie breaker to both team. I am having a serious problem buying that argument, even with all my Pats Fans' delusional beliefs. 

Be A Citizen! Not a Subject! 

Fascist is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.

Amendment I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances:


The 1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:


I mean, they have no shame. They have no sense of decency. They have no respect for the rule of Law. They lite the Constitution on fire, get caught, admit, and are being tried for it. 



Now we find, Trump STILL has Giuliani 


in the Ukraine 




I mean... WTF!



Trump and Giuliani are still trying 


to flush the Constitution down the Toilet.   



Jessica Tarlov: Trump should be impeached – Republicans who blindly support him 

are profiles in cowardice

When President Bill Clinton was impeached by the House of Representatives on Dec. 19, 1998 – almost exactly 21 years ago – I was 14 and paying more attention to playing basketball, boys and homework. I knew the impeachment was taking place, but didn’t follow every development.

Things are very different today. I can’t seem to stop paying attention and am oftentimes overwhelmed by the gravity of what we’re witnessing.

Though it’s my job to pay attention, the dynamics of this story – from the president’s abuse of power, to the geopolitics, to the personal stories of those who have testified – would draw anyone in.

Our reality TV president is now the subject of a reality TV impeachment filled with dramatic twists and turns – and the show isn’t over yet.

The evidence in favor of impeachment seems overwhelming to me. And President Trump’s misconduct seems a lot more serious than President Clinton’s.

Clinton lied about sex – but his conduct didn’t endanger our national security or threaten the system of government established in our Constitution.

I agree with Democrats seeking Trump’s impeachment for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

In my mind, it’s obvious that Trump threatened the president of Ukraine to demand a political favor and improperly held back $391 million in desperately needed military aid approved by Congress to help Ukraine defend itself against Russian aggression. Trump eventually gave Ukraine the money – but only after a whistleblower exposed the president’s improper conduct.

It’s even more obvious – and indisputable – that Trump has refused to allow members of his administration to testify before Congress or provide subpoenaed documents for the House impeachment inquiry. Those brave and patriotic officials who testified did so in defiance of Trump’s obstruction.

How can anyone argue with a straight face that Trump didn’t obstruct Congress to block it from carrying out its constitutional oversight responsibility?

The framers of the Constitution created impeachment so that the president of the United States could be held accountable for misconduct. Sure, Trump doesn’t like it. But he doesn’t have the power to ignore the Constitution and follow only the parts of it that he likes.

The action by the House Judiciary Committee Friday adopting the two articles of impeachment against Trump was historic. I find it disappointing that not a single Republican joined Democrats in voting to impeach. It seems they will stick with him no more what, putting party loyalty over patriotism.

When he was running for president Trump said: "The polls, they say I have the most loyal people. Did you ever see that? Where I could stand in the middle of Fifth Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn't lose any voters, OK? It's like incredible."

When it comes to holding onto Republican support in the House and Senate, I think Trump’s statement is actually true. As he said before, “It’s like incredible.”

The Judiciary Committee vote Friday along party lines to impeach Trump wrapped up a contentious two days of debate that foreshadows continued partisan bickering that will carry over to the Senate in an impeachment trial for the president.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has made it clear will do Trump’s bidding. It seems that no matter what Trump asks McConnell to do, McConnell will reply: “Yes, sir!”

McConnell admitted as much to Sean Hannity of Fox News, telling Hannity “there will be no difference between the president’s position and our position in how to handle this … there’s no chance the president will be removed from office.”

Too bad McConnell sees himself as Trump’s personal servant rather than the public servant he was elected to be.

I never thought there was a chance Trump would be removed from office by the Senate. But now that McConnell has made it perfectly clear, we can stop fantasizing about Republicans finding some moral courage. Their actions are profiles in cowardice.

In the week ahead the spotlight shifts to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and the full House, when Democrats are expected to impeach Trump by approving the articles of impeachment adopted by the Judiciary Committee.

One of Pelosi’s great strengths has been her willingness to give members free rein to be themselves, vote their conscience and campaign for their districts. This approach was surely critical to Democratic victories in 2018, when Democrats won over 35 seats in purple or red districts to regain majority control of the House.

Pelosi gave Democratic candidates license to do what’s right for their constituents, even if it meant bashing her and committing to not voting for her to regain the gavel if Democrats were in the majority again.

And it worked. Just like it will work again with the impending House vote next week.

There have been a lot of rumblings that Pelosi could lose Democratic votes on impeachment.

Two House members voted against opening the impeachment inquiry – with Pelosi’s blessing – and the conventional wisdom is that there could be more for next week’s vote.

As the Washington Post reported, there are several moderate Democrats who wanted other options, like a censure vote. They could also do what many Democrats did for Clinton’s impeachment and only vote for one article of impeachment to show some degree of independence.

Rep. Elissa Slotkin, one of the freshman Democrats who hails from a vulnerable Trump-supporting district in Michigan, appeared on “America’s Newsroom” on Fox News Channel to discuss the challenges facing Democrats. Her struggle is one that over 30 of her colleagues are grappling with.

That said, Pelosi’s approach to managing her caucus when it comes to the impeachment vote is already paying off. On Thursday and Friday three vulnerable Democrats declared their intention to vote to impeach President Trump.

Rep. Colin Allred, D-Texas, said: “It is clear the president engaged in an abuse of his authority, putting himself above the law, and his personal interests above the nation’s. These uncontroverted facts are an unacceptable violation of his oath of office and constitute an impeachable abuse of power. This is a somber moment for our nation, and I have not reached this decision lightly.”

Over in Pennsylvania, Democratic Rep. Conor Lamb told a local radio station: “The evidence is strong, and it warrants impeachment. The facts show the president abused his office and compromised our national security. I can't think of anything more serious than that.”

And Rep. Max Rose, D-N.Y., also said he will vote to impeach Trump. “Party and politics will never come before the country I bled to protect – and would unquestionably do so again,” Rose said in a statement. The Army combat veteran who served in Afghanistan and currently serves in the National Guard added: “A President coercing a foreign government into targeting American citizens is not just another example of scorched earth politics, it serves as an invitation to the enemies of the United States to come after any citizen, so long as they disagree with the President.”

These Democratic House members are well aware of the potential ramifications to their reelection and, at the same time, the importance of making their decision known as a signal to other vulnerable Democrats that this is the right path.

I’m sure we’ll see more of this in the coming days. And Pelosi should stay the course. It won Democrats control of the House in 2018 and will hopefully get a vote to impeach Trump next week.

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