Quote Of The Day

My Readers have been on fire recently.  From MarkD:

“If the American Right were half as nasty as we’re portrayed, there wouldn’t BE an American Left.”

No shit.  We’d have local chapters of Air Pinochet in all 40 states in the U.S.A. (That’s not a typo, btw.  CA, NY, CT, NJ, MA, IL and some others have long since lost the right to call themselves part of our republic.)


  1. Air Pinochet would do a brisk business in the states you listed Kim.

    As an aside, where do I sign up to learn how to fly a plane?

  2. Thanks Kim!

    Question for you: Are we better off if Trump manages to overturn the media’s projections, or if Sniffy and Kneepads win?

    Hear me out: There are LOTS of pissed off Trump voters out there. What can we do with them?
    – Many (like me) live in states where the Republicans control the state legislatures. This gives us the leverage to revamp the election laws to prevent this type of fraud next time around. If Trump wins we have no such leverage.

    – Governors (likely like mine) who veto measures intended to prevent election fraud will find themselves looking for new jobs.

    – Again, we can take that pissed-off energy into 2022 and take the House, and probably strengthen the our Senate lead. It’s harder to commit fraud on the House level, because fraudulent votes in Philly don’t mean anything in Erie County. If Trump wins we give that possibility over to the Dems.

    – Finally, Trump can pull a Grover Cleveland and run again in 2024, and probably win (especially if Biden/Harris tank the economy like they’re likely to). To my knowledge ,there’s nothing to prevent him from serving two MORE terms at that point.

    We can even take a page out of the Leftists playbook and insist that the allegations of fraud are sufficient to condemn the fraudsters, ask Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh how that works.

    1. Assuming Donald Trump did pull a Grover Cleveland and ran again and won in 2024, he could not run again in 2028 as per the 22nd amendment.

      “No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once.”

  3. I’d like permission to borrow that quote.
    I know a few places it would definitely raise some eyebrows.

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