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Tuesday's HOT MIC

Here is your HOT MIC for the day.

Yep, he's running folks:

Americans should wake up every day and thank God this S.O.B is no longer in power.

Is he kidding me with the "squandered opportunity to bolster reformists" remark? Obama literally went out for ice cream. 

Meanwhile ...

I guess we'll see if today is my day to get suspended from Twitter.

Don't get too excited about "Romney for Senate" --

So my two Democrat senators, Sgt. Toys for Tots and The Other Guy, have latterly become the senators from Puerto Rico. Since the temperature here in my corner of the Nutmeg State has been at zero or below for a week now, it's hardly surprising to see them both on a plane... for San Juan! First, the Other Guy:

And now, the fearless Vietnam veteran:

Meanwhile, in a state in which a drug-store chain just acquired one of the jewels of the insurance business, this news just in:

More deaths, fewer births, more people moving out and fewer arriving in Connecticut has led to a population drop for the third year in a row, U.S. Census Bureau estimates show. More people leaving Connecticut than arriving from elsewhere in the U.S. is the biggest reason for the decline. From July 2015 to July 2016, the net domestic out-migration was 29,880 — more than twice as many as five years earlier.

The Census Bureau now estimates that Connecticut has 3.6 million people and is one of eight states that lost population in 2016. With a loss of 8,278 people, or 0.2 percent, Connecticut's population decline increased by 1,000 over 2014-15.