Two more after today.
I’ve spent a lot of time the past eighteen-or-so hours digesting this.
I understand that he’s sleep-deprived. I’ve never formed babby, so I can’t empathize, but I can offer sympathy.
But none of the things he’s ranting about do anything to further what he says he’s about.
It’s part of the experiment in moving into official politics. There’s nothing at all there. Nothing.
But those people also thought that Scott Horton smoked Bill Krystol at the Soho forum debate. I was there. I wrote my take here. In the pre-debate voting I was undecided. After the debate, I voted for Krystol just because Horton had been so terrible. After further consideration, my initial take was correct, but mainly because of how poorly the question was worded.
But, no, it wasn’t as cut-and-dried as Dave makes it out to be.
That he speaks as if he’s a fucking elder statesman of the Liberty movement is incredibly grating.
My initial objection to him as the Presidential nominee is that he’s not accustom to signing others’ paychecks. My latest objection is that he doesn’t write anything, ever. Though he does say that he could have written someone else’s part on a TV show.
(I’ve got serious doubts about whether you actually can.)
The FNC and CNN audiences are 65-dead. The MSNBC audience is 55-64.
Who gives a flying fuck that a Neocon resigned because of a Tucker Carlson special?
Meanwhile, people are losing their livelihoods because of what government’s done with regard to vaccinations and lockdowns.
But something George W. Bush did in 2001 is front of your mind.
Elder statesman. Got it. *click* That’ll be the last time I listen for a while.