That is not true Betterinformed. I care and I said I would never vote for Trump. After the debate I am not sure I won't vote for him.
There are not many ways Trump could've made it worse for himself. One of the few things I can think of would be going the route of R. Budd Dwyer.
 September 26, 2016 at 11:31pm
You may be thinking of the new Black History Museum in D.C. This particular museum is the Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro. But regarding the Black History Museum we already had a black history museum in D.C. It is called the U.S.History museum. But I do agree and I’m sure Eldridge Cleaver, Huey Newton and Bobby Seale are considered national hero’s in the Black History Museum.
 September 26, 2016 at 10:26pm
It’s the King of Arabia and the Shah of Iran. Trump doesn’t like Rye bread.
Here’s hoping you can shed your “opticalrectitis”
Don’t like this comment either ? i hope not.
September 26, 2016 at 3:04pm
Imagine your great eulogy at AP’s funeral..
Maybe like this:
“Arnold Palmer checked out today but ” There are still PLENTY of good hearted, charitable, and humble sports heroes around worthy of adulation.”"
I’m sure everyone would comforted after they chased you away with a sand iron.
 September 26, 2016 at 1:56pm
Isn’t the idea of a museum to promote experiences, memories and information from the past. So here comes a guy who wants to give your exhibit international attention and you get pissy ? The Trump staffers were likely in their typical campaign mode moving at light speed and because someone failed sit and have lunch and drinks to discuss the event to hell with the best free publicity they will ever receive. Go figure.
If you run a restaurant and someone says "OK the Shah of Arabia wants to eat here so you're going to shut down five hours during rush hour and make sure your whole staff is on hand to serve his every whim. Here's your dress code for the even and here's which journalists you can allow in. You're welcome." You might get a little annoyed. Personally I wouldn't serve Trump a shit sandwich on rye, but some people have to wait until he's rude to them in person.
It's the King of Arabia and the Shah of Iran. Trump doesn't like Rye bread.
Here's hoping you can shed your "opticalrectitis"
Don't like this comment either ? i hope not.
BetterInformed…. I keep thinking how this gov is changing History, it would not match up to what is actually TRUE. They have helped to rewrite BLACK History. I could care less about going… I wonder if they have portrayed when the rioting, burning, and looting began and and all of the destruction left behind? My children have lived in fear over these riots, as well as myself years ago.. Whatever is in that museum will be candy coated to appease the blacks… Why bother…
You may be thinking of the new Black History Museum in D.C. This particular museum is the Civil Rights Museum in Greensboro. But regarding the Black History Museum we already had a black history museum in D.C. It is called the U.S.History museum. But I do agree and I'm sure Eldridge Cleaver, Huey Newton and Bobby Seale are considered national hero's in the Black History Museum.
September 26, 2016 at 1:49pm
“God, can’t even hit a 1 iron ” Comment by Lee Trevino after being struck by lighting. (Slightly, Fortunately)
September 26, 2016 at 10:31am
Behind Micheal Jordan,Michael Schumacher and Tiger Woods the fourth highest net worth of an athlete of all time. 675 million dollars.
So a golfer arrives in heaven and standing at the pearly gates he asks St.Peter ” do you have a golf course here ? “. St. Peter points to a huge body of water and says , that’s one of our par three’s right there, it’s 195 yards and all carry over the water” about that time he hears a guy tell his caddy to give him a seven iron. The golfer then takes a huge swing and the ball, although hit crisply lands in the water 40 yards short of the green. The player then walks on the water apparently to retrieve his ball. The new arrival turns to St.Peter and asks. who does that guy think he is ? Jesus Christ”. St. Peter responds he is Jesus Christ , he thinks he’s Arnold Palmer.”.
Tippin’ one for the King today.
 September 25, 2016 at 11:28pm
S2H2′s ? That’s a surprise. Maybe the best cast clubs ever made. My S2H2 1 iron is by far the strongest legit iron I have ever hit.
 September 25, 2016 at 11:22pm
Okay ProV1 That was funny.
 September 25, 2016 at 11:13pm
The greatest tournament ever was the 1960 U.S. Open at Cherry Hills. Arnold came from seven shots back in the final round to beat Jack Nicklaus by 2 shots.
BTW Ben Hogan was 2 years short of 50 years old and finished 4 shots back.
Thanks for all the memories Arnie. Arnold and Winnie finally together again.
Don't know if I'll ever get to play there again BI, but putting a peg in the ground on the first tee at the Hills was always a thought of the King!
 September 25, 2016 at 10:59pm
Although Arnold and Frank Beard were often at odds the year Beard was number one money winner he said he thanked Arnold for being responsible for 25 cents of every dollar he has won on the tour. Somebody close the umbrella. RIP King.