Governor Bentley… Governor Bentley… Governor Bentley…
This isn’t close to the worst thing he has done.
If true, the allegations call into question Gov. Bentley’s assertion that he did not misuse state resources during his affair with his then-senior advisor Rebekah Mason.
That’s a stretch.
Would we be having this convo if he flew the state plane or was in the helicopter?
Drip. Drip. Drip.
Total shocker: Trump lies…
Doesn’t matter. Trump is a victim and this is his shtick…
At a CNN town hall on Tuesday night, Trump launched yet another attack on the RNC.
“I know the rules very well, but I know it’s stacked against me by the establishment,” the GOP frontrunner said.
But RNC chairman Reince Priebus battled back against Trump’s criticism.
“Nomination process known for a year + beyond. It’s the responsibility of the campaigns to understand it. Complaints now? Give us all a break,” he tweeted.
Earlier, Trump alleged the GOP’s selection process was “absolutely rigged … a phony deal” after Cruz swept Colorado’s 34 delegates over the weekend.
“The Republican National Committee, they should be ashamed of themselves for allowing this to kind of crap to happen. The rules are no good when they don’t count your vote … like in Colorado,” he said on Tuesday at a rally in Rome, New York. “The rules are no good when you have to play dirty tricks to pick up delegates.”
And on Sunday, Trump tweeted: “I win a state in votes and then get non-representative delegates because they are offered all sorts of goodies by Cruz campaign. Bad system!”
Mr. Fighter. Mr. Hires The Best People. Mr. Smartest Guy In Politics…
He is a whining beta-male with a good eye for marketing and effective lying.
Just win, dummy.
Responding to AL.com journalism is now harassment…
Hillary lies about guns?
Teacher quits, blames school system..
State Senator Paul Sanford has some issues with Huntsville City Schools…
Jimmy Buffett has made it clear he is against gender-specific bathroom, except in his restaurants…
Alabama coach Nick Saban has won four of the last seven national championships and reeled in six straight signing classes ranked by ESPN among the top two in the country, but he’s also seeing new resistance for the first time.
Saban, who will turn 65 in October, told ESPN.com that people are starting to use his age against him on the recruiting trail.
“I’m not looking to get out. I’m really not, even though I know that’s going to start being talked about more now,” said Saban, who’s entering his 10th season at Alabama. “What I have noticed is that it’s the first time people are starting to say to recruits, ‘He won’t be there the whole time you’re there,’ because of my age. Does that really impact your ability to stay good? I don’t know. But if it did, it would make you say, ‘Well, what’s up with this?’ My philosophy is that I’m going to be here for as long as I feel like I can be effective, impact the players, help them be more successful in life and continue to have a successful program.”
Saban said immediately after winning his fifth overall national championship in January with the 45-40 win over Clemson that he was focused on the future at Alabama and not retirement. He maintained that stance Monday to ESPN.com, but he conceded that it’s “something that’s going to be out there.”
You think Saban has never done this?
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