After another round of vicious third-party ads surrounding this Sunday’s Bears-Jets game, Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America are cautiously pleased to see registered Republicans showing up to vote early in bigger numbers than Democrats in several key states.  They also shake their heads as Democrats duck and dodge questions about how they would handle the thousands of people heading to our southern border and demanding to enter instead of going through legal channels.  And they shudder as more details emerge in the murder and disposal of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi elements in Turkey.

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  1. mildlyo Member
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    So the brother of Khashoggi was summoned to the royal palace for a televised beer summit you say? Oh, wait, muslims wouldn’t drink beer now would they? Can’t imagine why that thought came to mind.

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  2. Arahant Member
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    mildlyo (View Comment):

    So the brother of Khashoggi was summoned to the royal palace for a televised beer summit you say? Oh, wait, muslims wouldn’t drink beer now would they? Can’t imagine why that thought came to mind.

    Nope. Can’t imagine why. I believe they said his son, didn’t they?

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  3. mildlyo Member
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    I believe they said his son, didn’t they?

    Could be. Good catch.

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  4. David Carroll Thatcher
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    Um, both Greg and Jim need some re-education.  Richard Kimble was prosecuted in Cleveland, Ohio, not Chicago.

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  5. Arahant Member
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    David Carroll (View Comment):

    Um, both Greg and Jim need some re-education. Richard Kimble was prosecuted in Cleveland, Ohio, not Chicago.

    I believe the movie with Harrison Ford may have been set in Illinois. Of course, the TV show was based on a real case in Ohio.

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