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Sleepy Joe is soporific. It’s directionally good but weak, the phoning it in nickname.

Creepy Joe sounds nefarious. There is something attractive about a highly successful super villain. And it’s been a meme for years. People are already aware.

Honing in on the cognitive decline saliently manifesting itself every time Biden speaks publicly is an imperative for Team Trump:

The DNC would be crazy to put Biden on stage with Trump for six hours. Trump isn’t a strong debater and his style doesn’t positively contrast to Biden’s the way it did to Hillary Clinton’s, but the exposure alone isn’t worth the risk. In addition to foregoing debates on a COVID pretext, the convention is similarly set to be scuttled. It will be virtual. Biden’s short address will occur in a cozy setting with a teleprompter and staff five feet away to mouth cues. There is no reason to risk a keynote address going sideways. The less people see of Biden, the better his chances are.

 
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  1. • LOL: Adam Smith
  2. Call him “Mumbles”.

    • Replies: @Liberty Mike
    @jsinton

    That moniker was given to the late mayor of Boston, Tom Menino. It was coined by WRKOs Howie Carr.

    Replies: @jsinton

  3. Front man for Wall St and its Chinese paymaster.

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
    @Sean

    Chinese paymaster... Lol..

    You're silly.

    Replies: @Sean

    , @TG
    @Sean

    How about "Backstabbing Joe Biden," for his many decades of service to his wealthy patrons, selling out the national interest for personal gain?

    They didn't call him "The Senator from Mastercard" for nothing.

    Yes Wall Street, but Chinese paymasters? Maybe some, but it's mostly the western elites as a whole that Biden carries water for, IMHO.

    , @Patagonia Man
    @Sean

    Front man for Wall St and its City of London (1 mile² of bankster HO's) paymasters!

    FIFY!

    P.S. If you don't know where to look Sean, you'll never be able to fix the problem.

  4. In addition to foregoing debates on a COVID pretext, the convention is similarly set to be scuttled.

    There’s no reason not to debate. Just put the 2 candidates 10 feet apart with a TV camera on them, like JFK and Nixon. No audience. Trump should insist on this format. It will be better with no audience — the crowds at these debates are intolerable. Naturally the Dems will insist any debate format is inherently unsafe (for their candidate).

  5. I feel certain that Biden will go into any debate with Trump with a hidden earpiece, telling him what to say. Imagine if Trumps people get hold of the Bluetooth/Wifi/4G/Radio signal and send screeching noise whenever Biden opens his mouth.

    • Replies: @anon
    @TelfoedJohn

    Cognitive decline doesn't have to be too advanced before distracting extra inputs, as from an earpiece, can worsen confusion, not improve it. I feel Biden's at that point.

  6. Will there come a time, when they simply don’t have a debate? Has happened already on the state level, for governors, in at least one instance that I can recall.

    Of course, I think presidential debates are mostly a farce, and I don’t like hearing either man talk. But I am hoping that in better times, in the distant future, there will be a compendium of cringe warning about the evils of universal, representative democracy. And I want a clip of Biden vs. Trump in it.

  7. This clown cannot even field softball questions from a friendly crowd.

    Sniffy Joe Biden is toast in front of cameras.

    Why the D-Party is trying to drag a senile old fool like this to election says a lot.

    They cannot get their crazy quilt of “minorities” to follow each other…

  8. i’m also under the impression that the Democrats will have Biden bow out of the debates. there’s no law that requires anybody to debate. Biden has a solid lead and can safely skip any hour long public appearance from now on.

    it’s Trump who needs the debates, to try to catch up. Democrats know that and might make sure they don’t happen.

    • Replies: @Realist
    @prime noticer

    It doesn't matter who does or doesn't want a debate...the fact that there are millions of people who support brain dead Biden tells you, in no uncertain way, that this country is on a shit slide to hell.

    Replies: @ChrisZ, @prime noticer, @Stan d Mute

  9. The funny thing about politics is that you can get hit, suddenly and unexpectedly, by the populace no longer caring about what they used to think was very important. Military experience, for instance, is still a plus but no longer of great importance. It used to be considered important for politicians to actually know something about politics. Rambling and senile wasn’t a good look. But then, there was a time when nobody listened to the opinions on epidemiology from people who haven’t done any math since they failed algebra in high school.

    Imagine if an average Joe ran for president. He’d sound a lot like Ramblin Joe Biden, but is that a bad thing? After all, we can’t have “rule by experts.”

  10. Biden is hardly an everyman type.

    His party is lined with elitists that look down at average Americans.

    This lack of populism requires someone who is smooth talking.

    Like Slick Willie used to be, for instance.

    Hiding Biden won’t work til the election.

    He needs to go out and meet the people he wants to vote for him.

    Its a motley crew they have there, and he needs to line them up.

  11. He really sounds like Dr.Lexus at 0:44 into this scene:

    • Thanks: SafeNow
    • LOL: Adam Smith
    • Replies: @Adam Smith
    @Achmed E. Newman

    My first wife is tarded...

    She's a pilot now.

    Lol...

    Why come you don't have a tattoo?

  12. @TelfoedJohn
    I feel certain that Biden will go into any debate with Trump with a hidden earpiece, telling him what to say. Imagine if Trumps people get hold of the Bluetooth/Wifi/4G/Radio signal and send screeching noise whenever Biden opens his mouth.

    Replies: @anon

    Cognitive decline doesn’t have to be too advanced before distracting extra inputs, as from an earpiece, can worsen confusion, not improve it. I feel Biden’s at that point.

  13. There will not be face-to-face debates.

  14. Biden looks like Walter Donovan just after he chose poorly. Trump, despite his manifold flaws, will win.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @Intelligent Dasein

    I find it difficult not to agree with Lion's assessment....
    https://lionoftheblogosphere.wordpress.com/2020/07/02/trump-will-lose/

    I think Trump has to bet on a huge BLM-related anti-Democrat silent majority effect, but I kind of doubt that really exists.

    , @Charles Pewitt
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Trump, despite his manifold flaws, will win.

    Trump is Toast, electorally.

    Trump will lose the popular vote again and Trump will lose Florida and Pennsylvania and maybe Wisconsin and Michigan.

    LA County and Brooklyn and Bronx and Queens and Manhattan will account for most of the popular vote victory by Biden and Trump will lose some of the states he won narrowly last time.

    A Vote For Trump Is A Wasted Vote!

    A vote for Trump presumes the consent of the voter to more two party totalitarianism and more ruling class treason.

    Libertarian Party siphons big league votes from Trumpy, too!

    Write in CHARLES PEWITT for president in 2020.

    Pewitt has at least 3 ancestors who fought in the American Colonial Secessionary War from the British Empire. Trump has none and neither did Hillary. The two baby boomer twats named Trump and Clinton did not have one ancestor who fought in the war to free the colonies from the British Empire. That is the first time that neither of the presidential candidates had blood that fought against the British Empire. Obama is SAR eligible on mother's side.

  15. Homing in, not honing in.

    https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/hone-in-or-home-in

    (I have been boning-up on my grammar for when they take me away to the reeducation camp.)

    • Replies: @botazefa
    @SafeNow

    In my neck of the woods growing up, 'honing in' was what we said. I still use it occasionally.

    Uncle Google validates my memory: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/hone+in

    I've never heard 'homing in' before.

    Replies: @A123, @Sparkon, @Stan d Mute

    , @Audacious Epigone
    @SafeNow

    Honing is acceptable in this context.

  16. Hopefully, Biden is going to be paired with Kamala Harris, and hopefully, the American people are going to realize that effectively means Kamala Harris will become president, and hopefully, they will look at Kamala Harris, and realize they don’t want her to be president.

    We’ve experienced Trump. He’s the known evil. We took four years, and we can take four more years.

    • Agree: Ray Huffman
    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @Colin Wright


    they will look at Kamala Harris, and realize they don’t want her to be president.
     
    https://youtu.be/l2-hKqhTNiw

    Jussie will be a gift that keeps on giving.
    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    @Colin Wright


    We’ve experienced Trump. He’s the known evil. We took four years, and we can take four more years.
     
    There are things I fear more even than the awakening of Chthulu from his long sleep in sunken R'lyeh.

    That is why I will be campaigning for Chthulu in the coming months.


    https://jametees.com/cthulhu-2020-no-lives-matter-white-t-shirt-s-6xl-mens-and-women-clothing?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIhdSOsMzZ6gIVjqfICh3fZAAmEAEYBSAAEgL_zfD_BwE
  17. Deranged Joe? Demented (or Dementia) Joe? Or more charitably, “Forgetful Joe”?

    “Joe, Joe, it’s 2020. We already desegregated school buses, so you can stop opposing integration.”

  18. @Colin Wright
    Hopefully, Biden is going to be paired with Kamala Harris, and hopefully, the American people are going to realize that effectively means Kamala Harris will become president, and hopefully, they will look at Kamala Harris, and realize they don't want her to be president.

    We've experienced Trump. He's the known evil. We took four years, and we can take four more years.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @Jus' Sayin'...

    they will look at Kamala Harris, and realize they don’t want her to be president.

    Jussie will be a gift that keeps on giving.

  19. A 29 year old is just as likely to get Alzheimer’s as a 79 year old.

    What’s wrong with you you bigot?


  20. Guy I know used to work this, being the voice in an earpiece, making the client in the studio sound ten times as smart and quick on his feet.

    Good money but he quit. He was burning himself up being this invisible brain for hire so other people could pretend to be super smart.

  21. If these debates don’t take place in person, then they don’t even need Gropey at all.

  22. Let us talk about Stalin’s bad hairdo while Army Group Center is being annihilated.

  23. It wouldn’t surprise me if June will have been Biden’s best month in the campaign. Before then, his absence from the spotlight looked weak and uninspiring. But in June, his staying in his basement while the country burned, in a strange way, put him above the chaos and rancor, and Trump’s dithering in office looked even more pathetic than Biden at his lamest.

    But Biden will have to face the spotlight eventually. I also think Biden is enjoying a Rorschach effect: he’s as moderate or as radical as you want him to be. He will come into sharper definition once he selects his vice president. At that point, he will be as moderate or radical as the woman he has chosen.

    I do think Biden will win the election. I’m also at the point where I’m so fed up with Trump that I probably won’t vote this time. But Biden is not a terribly strong candidate, and he’s really not exhibiting much of any leadership.

    • Replies: @Cloudbuster
    @Sid

    But Biden is not a terribly strong candidate

    That's like saying "Jello brand gelatin is not a terribly strong building material."

    The man's candidacy is an indictment of the whole idea of representative democracy. It would literally not be much more insulting if the Democratic candidate was an inanimate object.

    Replies: @Sid, @MEH 0910, @Audacious Epigone

  24. Biden speaks, not with words, but with garbles;
    Indicating he’s lost a few marbles.
    They fell out of his scrotum
    Where he’s been wont to tote ’em,
    Since he no longer has any yarbles.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • LOL: Jus' Sayin'...
  25. @Sid
    It wouldn't surprise me if June will have been Biden's best month in the campaign. Before then, his absence from the spotlight looked weak and uninspiring. But in June, his staying in his basement while the country burned, in a strange way, put him above the chaos and rancor, and Trump's dithering in office looked even more pathetic than Biden at his lamest.

    But Biden will have to face the spotlight eventually. I also think Biden is enjoying a Rorschach effect: he's as moderate or as radical as you want him to be. He will come into sharper definition once he selects his vice president. At that point, he will be as moderate or radical as the woman he has chosen.

    I do think Biden will win the election. I'm also at the point where I'm so fed up with Trump that I probably won't vote this time. But Biden is not a terribly strong candidate, and he's really not exhibiting much of any leadership.

    Replies: @Cloudbuster

    But Biden is not a terribly strong candidate

    That’s like saying “Jello brand gelatin is not a terribly strong building material.”

    The man’s candidacy is an indictment of the whole idea of representative democracy. It would literally not be much more insulting if the Democratic candidate was an inanimate object.

    • Replies: @Sid
    @Cloudbuster

    The way the Democratic primary works is that the candidate that black voters like will win. Blacks liked Biden and that was the end of the matter.

    An oddity is how the Democratic Party is held together by whites born in the 1940s. It won't be terribly long before a lot of them go caput. What happens when that occurs? Hard to say. I suppose black voters will go for Gen X black candidates, but Cory Booker and Kamala Harris were both flops this time.

    , @MEH 0910
    @Cloudbuster


    It would literally not be much more insulting if the Democratic candidate was an inanimate object.
     
    The Simpsons - Worker Of The Week Award
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJBPZjCCz_w

    Homer Inanimate Carbon Rod
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kC-AXV54nMU

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone

    , @Audacious Epigone
    @Cloudbuster

    A carbon rod, perhaps?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJBPZjCCz_w

  26. @Cloudbuster
    @Sid

    But Biden is not a terribly strong candidate

    That's like saying "Jello brand gelatin is not a terribly strong building material."

    The man's candidacy is an indictment of the whole idea of representative democracy. It would literally not be much more insulting if the Democratic candidate was an inanimate object.

    Replies: @Sid, @MEH 0910, @Audacious Epigone

    The way the Democratic primary works is that the candidate that black voters like will win. Blacks liked Biden and that was the end of the matter.

    An oddity is how the Democratic Party is held together by whites born in the 1940s. It won’t be terribly long before a lot of them go caput. What happens when that occurs? Hard to say. I suppose black voters will go for Gen X black candidates, but Cory Booker and Kamala Harris were both flops this time.

    • Agree: Audacious Epigone
  27. If Biden wins the election, his administration will be our first Regency. Biden will serve as a senile figurehead. As with child-kings of old, a “regent” (or a “collective regency” similar to the Soviet Politburo) will rule in his name.

    The American Politburo will consist of representatives of the Coalition of the Fringes that won the election … a smattering of Jews, Communists, Anarchists, and Feminists along with representatives from Black, Hispanic, and LGBTxyz activist and other underserved communities. Lobbyists from Wall Street will be omnipresent in all levels of the administration to ensure that the Regency (and Biden) stay on message:

    “Globalism is Good … Diversity is our Strength … China and the United States have always been at War!”

    Occasionally Biden will address the unwashed masses still struggling to survive the “state of emergency” declared for the duration of the pandemic. The Regency will take Biden out of bed, dress him, disconnect his oxygen tank, put him in front of a teleprompter, and feed him simple slogans to mouth to the public. This will, however, be a scripted performance. Before going “live”, there will be time for his handlers to edit out Biden’s gaffs or otherwise insert “deep fake” content to maintain the illusion of competency and control.

    The Regency has no doubt that this modernization of the American political establishment will work. They own GOOGLEFACEBOOKTWITTER and the MSM. Therefore, they own the narrative. That’s how they won the election. That’s how they will rule.

    • Agree: Mark G.
    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    @TheJester

    I think Biden will lose, but my view of what a Biden presidency will be is a bit different.

    The large corporations will see it as a grand opportunity for looting the Treasury--stealing everything but the silver-ware.

    The rioting, looting and icon-smashing will mysteriously end, and we will think it is the 1950s again....

    They will actually let Joe babble, and have his incoherent ramblings be a source of public amusement--keeping everybody too busy laughing to pay attention to the ongoing kleptocracy.

    It will be a golden age....until the music stops.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Stan d Mute

    , @Colin Wright
    @TheJester

    You left out the elephant in the room.

    The Zionists. They'll be making sure everyone toes the line alright.

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @TheJester

    There is also historical precedent to consider the possibility of a de facto Jill Biden administration:


    On October 2, 1919, Wilson suffered a serious stroke, leaving him paralyzed on his left side, and with only partial vision in the right eye.[262] He was confined to bed for weeks and sequestered from everyone except his wife and his physician, Dr. Cary Grayson.[263] Dr. Bert E. Park, a neurosurgeon who examined Wilson's medical records after his death, writes that Wilson's illness affected his personality in various ways, making him prone to "disorders of emotion, impaired impulse control, and defective judgment."[264] Anxious to help the president recover, Tumulty, Grayson, and the First Lady determined what documents the president read and who was allowed to communicate with him. For her influence in the administration, some have described Edith Wilson as "the first female President of the United States."[265] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodrow_Wilson#Remarriage
     

    Replies: @TheJester

  28. Jejune Joe
    Jittery Joe
    Joyless Joe
    Jackass Joe
    Jerk-off Joe

    So many possibilities ….

    How could Trump lose to this guy, other than not having all the forces of evil arrayed against him and behind Biden. Despite my concerns about Trump’s fecklessness, the one I’d like to see is

    Jobless Joe

    • Replies: @botazefa
    @The Alarmist

    Jalopy Joe
    Geriatric Joe
    Jemima Joe
    Juneteenth Joe

  29. GPT-3 is way more coherent than both presidential candidates.

  30. @TheJester
    If Biden wins the election, his administration will be our first Regency. Biden will serve as a senile figurehead. As with child-kings of old, a "regent" (or a "collective regency" similar to the Soviet Politburo) will rule in his name.

    The American Politburo will consist of representatives of the Coalition of the Fringes that won the election ... a smattering of Jews, Communists, Anarchists, and Feminists along with representatives from Black, Hispanic, and LGBTxyz activist and other underserved communities. Lobbyists from Wall Street will be omnipresent in all levels of the administration to ensure that the Regency (and Biden) stay on message:

    "Globalism is Good ... Diversity is our Strength ... China and the United States have always been at War!"
     
    Occasionally Biden will address the unwashed masses still struggling to survive the "state of emergency" declared for the duration of the pandemic. The Regency will take Biden out of bed, dress him, disconnect his oxygen tank, put him in front of a teleprompter, and feed him simple slogans to mouth to the public. This will, however, be a scripted performance. Before going "live", there will be time for his handlers to edit out Biden's gaffs or otherwise insert "deep fake" content to maintain the illusion of competency and control.

    The Regency has no doubt that this modernization of the American political establishment will work. They own GOOGLEFACEBOOKTWITTER and the MSM. Therefore, they own the narrative. That's how they won the election. That's how they will rule.

    Replies: @Justvisiting, @Colin Wright, @Hypnotoad666

    I think Biden will lose, but my view of what a Biden presidency will be is a bit different.

    The large corporations will see it as a grand opportunity for looting the Treasury–stealing everything but the silver-ware.

    The rioting, looting and icon-smashing will mysteriously end, and we will think it is the 1950s again….

    They will actually let Joe babble, and have his incoherent ramblings be a source of public amusement–keeping everybody too busy laughing to pay attention to the ongoing kleptocracy.

    It will be a golden age….until the music stops.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Justvisiting

    There is still something to loot?

    Last I heard, there is 250 trillion dollar hole. Only the black hole at the center of the galaxy comes close.

    Running on fumes here.

    Joe promises green energy:

    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/495114-biden-clean-energy-election/


    “Meeting the threat of climate change presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to jolt new life into our economy,” the former vice president under Obama tweeted. “We’re going to create millions of high-quality, union jobs by building a modern infrastructure and a clean energy future.”
     
    Who will build this when and how, and who is into union jobs (which are also mysteriously "high-quality"). Also, you don't "jolt life into an economy". It either lives or not, all by itself. All "we" can do is print money.

    Well, seeing how a war with China is tabled, the "clean energy future" will have to be de-emphasized relatively quickly ... or not.

    Replies: @Justvisiting

    , @Stan d Mute
    @Justvisiting


    It will be a golden age
     
    Exactly. The folks pulling the strings want things to continue exactly as before except they want more for themselves. This is no revolution. Trump is an irritant, he’s prone to tweeting things that excite the real threat (us) which must be stopped at any cost (including letting the negroes off the leash for a few months).
  31. @prime noticer
    i'm also under the impression that the Democrats will have Biden bow out of the debates. there's no law that requires anybody to debate. Biden has a solid lead and can safely skip any hour long public appearance from now on.

    it's Trump who needs the debates, to try to catch up. Democrats know that and might make sure they don't happen.

    Replies: @Realist

    It doesn’t matter who does or doesn’t want a debate…the fact that there are millions of people who support brain dead Biden tells you, in no uncertain way, that this country is on a shit slide to hell.

    • Replies: @ChrisZ
    @Realist

    This is the right perspective, Realist. It’s just Team A vs. Team B. It doesn’t really matter who the front man is, as long as he’s from your side. No thinking person on the Left is excited or enthused about Biden, or even interested in what he has to say; they just figure, “He’ll do as the mascot of our team.” Millions of others are just awaiting orders—“This is who to vote for!”—and for a bus ride and lunch they’ll do their “civic duty.” It doesn’t matter who the candidate is; it could be a dead person, a monkey, or just a picture. In Biden we get all three.

    , @prime noticer
    @Realist

    they're just voting against Trump, nobody is voting for Biden. they'll take anybody.

    Joe Rogan is the only lifetime Democrat who has been very vocal in public that Biden should not and cannot be President, because his brain is mush.

    Replies: @Justvisiting

    , @Stan d Mute
    @Realist


    there are millions of people who support brain dead Biden
     
    But are there? Really?

    Or is this just a mirror image of Bush v Gore, Bush v Kerry, McStain v Obola, Magic Underpants Romney of Planet Kolob v Obola? Are they supporting Biden or are they just voting against Trump?

    Replies: @Realist

  32. @Colin Wright
    Hopefully, Biden is going to be paired with Kamala Harris, and hopefully, the American people are going to realize that effectively means Kamala Harris will become president, and hopefully, they will look at Kamala Harris, and realize they don't want her to be president.

    We've experienced Trump. He's the known evil. We took four years, and we can take four more years.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @Jus' Sayin'...

    We’ve experienced Trump. He’s the known evil. We took four years, and we can take four more years.

    There are things I fear more even than the awakening of Chthulu from his long sleep in sunken R’lyeh.

    That is why I will be campaigning for Chthulu in the coming months.

    https://jametees.com/cthulhu-2020-no-lives-matter-white-t-shirt-s-6xl-mens-and-women-clothing?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIhdSOsMzZ6gIVjqfICh3fZAAmEAEYBSAAEgL_zfD_BwE

  33. @Justvisiting
    @TheJester

    I think Biden will lose, but my view of what a Biden presidency will be is a bit different.

    The large corporations will see it as a grand opportunity for looting the Treasury--stealing everything but the silver-ware.

    The rioting, looting and icon-smashing will mysteriously end, and we will think it is the 1950s again....

    They will actually let Joe babble, and have his incoherent ramblings be a source of public amusement--keeping everybody too busy laughing to pay attention to the ongoing kleptocracy.

    It will be a golden age....until the music stops.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Stan d Mute

    There is still something to loot?

    Last I heard, there is 250 trillion dollar hole. Only the black hole at the center of the galaxy comes close.

    Running on fumes here.

    Joe promises green energy:

    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/495114-biden-clean-energy-election/

    “Meeting the threat of climate change presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to jolt new life into our economy,” the former vice president under Obama tweeted. “We’re going to create millions of high-quality, union jobs by building a modern infrastructure and a clean energy future.”

    Who will build this when and how, and who is into union jobs (which are also mysteriously “high-quality”). Also, you don’t “jolt life into an economy”. It either lives or not, all by itself. All “we” can do is print money.

    Well, seeing how a war with China is tabled, the “clean energy future” will have to be de-emphasized relatively quickly … or not.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    @El Dato

    An invasion by reptilian aliens is much more likely that a whole bunch of new union jobs.

  34. anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    Covid provides the pretext to keep him under wraps and limit his exposure. Trump had good results with his rallies last time because he was in his element and could get masses of people enthusiastic. Now he’ll be accused of irresponsibility and spreading death if he holds rallies so this Covid pretext will be used to hamper him. Trump will be blowing his advantages if he allows himself to be hampered by this.

  35. @El Dato
    @Justvisiting

    There is still something to loot?

    Last I heard, there is 250 trillion dollar hole. Only the black hole at the center of the galaxy comes close.

    Running on fumes here.

    Joe promises green energy:

    https://www.rt.com/op-ed/495114-biden-clean-energy-election/


    “Meeting the threat of climate change presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to jolt new life into our economy,” the former vice president under Obama tweeted. “We’re going to create millions of high-quality, union jobs by building a modern infrastructure and a clean energy future.”
     
    Who will build this when and how, and who is into union jobs (which are also mysteriously "high-quality"). Also, you don't "jolt life into an economy". It either lives or not, all by itself. All "we" can do is print money.

    Well, seeing how a war with China is tabled, the "clean energy future" will have to be de-emphasized relatively quickly ... or not.

    Replies: @Justvisiting

    An invasion by reptilian aliens is much more likely that a whole bunch of new union jobs.

  36. @Realist
    @prime noticer

    It doesn't matter who does or doesn't want a debate...the fact that there are millions of people who support brain dead Biden tells you, in no uncertain way, that this country is on a shit slide to hell.

    Replies: @ChrisZ, @prime noticer, @Stan d Mute

    This is the right perspective, Realist. It’s just Team A vs. Team B. It doesn’t really matter who the front man is, as long as he’s from your side. No thinking person on the Left is excited or enthused about Biden, or even interested in what he has to say; they just figure, “He’ll do as the mascot of our team.” Millions of others are just awaiting orders—“This is who to vote for!”—and for a bus ride and lunch they’ll do their “civic duty.” It doesn’t matter who the candidate is; it could be a dead person, a monkey, or just a picture. In Biden we get all three.

    • Agree: Realist
  37. @SafeNow
    Homing in, not honing in.

    https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/hone-in-or-home-in

    (I have been boning-up on my grammar for when they take me away to the reeducation camp.)

    Replies: @botazefa, @Audacious Epigone

    In my neck of the woods growing up, ‘honing in’ was what we said. I still use it occasionally.

    Uncle Google validates my memory: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/hone+in

    I’ve never heard ‘homing in’ before.

    • Replies: @A123
    @botazefa

    Both seem reasonable to me:

    'homing in' has been popularized by guided missile technology (and video games). Although, I suspect the phrase actually started way back with Homing Pigeons.

    ‘honing in’ sounds like the work that should be done to any steel blade to maintain sharpness.

    https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/04/knife-skills-how-to-hone-a-dull-knife.html
    _____

    Given the number of sadly mistreated knives I have seen -- It seems likely that 'homing' is much more frequently used over 'honing'.

    PEACE 😇

    , @Sparkon
    @botazefa

    So they have Honing pigeons in your neck of the woods?

    "Hone in" is mangled English, or more accurately, a malapropism.



    Traditionally, a missile homes in (not hones in) on a target. Hone means "to sharpen." The verb home means "to move toward a goal" or "to be guided to a target." But some usage guides (see notes below) now recognize hone in on as an acceptable alternative to home in on.

    We did not encounter hone in on until George Bush used it in 1980...
     
    https://www.thoughtco.com/home-and-hone-1689570

    Most malapropisms arise from misheard words that sound close to something else:

    Genuine malapropisms gathered from across the Internet:

    • He had to use a fire distinguisher.
    • Dad says the monster is just a pigment of my imagination.
    • Isn't that an expensive pendulum round that man's neck?
    • Good punctuation means not to be late.
    • He's a wolf in cheap clothing.
    • Michelangelo painted the Sixteenth Chapel.
    • My sister has extra-century perception.
    • "Don't" is a contraption.
     
    http://www.fun-with-words.com/malapropisms.html

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    , @Stan d Mute
    @botazefa


    In my neck of the woods growing up, ‘honing in’ was what we said. I still use it occasionally.
     
    Well why didn’t you just say that you were from Ohio then?

    Replies: @Charles Pewitt

  38. How long before Gropey Joe’s past creates a story that the DNC cannot cover up even with fake Media collaborators?

    PEACE 😇
    _______

  39. @The Alarmist
    Jejune Joe
    Jittery Joe
    Joyless Joe
    Jackass Joe
    Jerk-off Joe

    So many possibilities ....

    How could Trump lose to this guy, other than not having all the forces of evil arrayed against him and behind Biden. Despite my concerns about Trump's fecklessness, the one I'd like to see is

    Jobless Joe

    Replies: @botazefa

    Jalopy Joe
    Geriatric Joe
    Jemima Joe
    Juneteenth Joe

    • LOL: The Alarmist
  40. On the question of debates: My sense is that Biden has to do one, but only one, live both-on-stage event. That’s the way people size up the candidates.

    The Dems will jigger the format to put Biden in the best possible light. The compliant press will build a congenial pre-and post-debate narrative. Doctors will pump up Biden with steroids or something so he can make it through an hour of standing (he’ll disappear for days afterwards as he recovers, but no one will investigate his absence). Someone will script one big foolproof line that he can deliver early on, to reassure the faithful (and to be repeated endlessly on media).

    I think his handlers will also count on Trump undermining himself, which is a good bet.

    One passable performance like that by Biden, just showing that he’s alive and functional, would be enough of an excuse for a lot of people to shrug and say, “He’ll do.” He could hide in his basement until 2023 after that.

    • Replies: @TG
    @ChrisZ

    I think that Team Biden will keep candidate Biden hidden in a bunker, myself, but perhaps you are right.

    An advantage that Biden has in any potential debate, is that the bar is very low for him. All he has to do is put together maybe one or two complete sentences and he will be declared to have given an excellent performance. Kind of like George W. Bush.

    , @Twinkie
    @ChrisZ


    One passable performance like that by Biden, just showing that he’s alive and functional, would be enough of an excuse for a lot of people to shrug and say, “He’ll do.” He could hide in his basement until 2023 after that.
     
    There is a danger in making too much of Biden’s apparent mental decline. If he sounds even borderline coherent at the debates, the Democrats can say, “See, Trump was making it up. Biden is fine.”

    Trump should be relatively reticent about it until the debates. He should come up with a strategy that invites/forces Biden to speak off-the-cuff as much as possible. Instead of a referendum on Trump, the election should become a vote on whether Biden is capable of withstanding the rigors of a presidency (everyone knows Trump can - he just did it for three and a half years).
  41. Why is no one reporting on what to me seems obvious? Biden will get elected through the DNC’s well documented voter fraud system and then subsequently removed from office through the 25 amendment because he is manifestly incompetent. Who is the DNC’s pick for VP? You need to know that because that individual will be the next president if Trump loses the election.

  42. @Sean
    Front man for Wall St and its Chinese paymaster.

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @TG, @Patagonia Man

    Chinese paymaster… Lol..

    You’re silly.

    • Replies: @Sean
    @Adam Smith

    Ricardo rather than Smith is key to the thinking of modern economic elites. You must be a big fan of Fentanyl and COVID-19 both straight out of Wuhan, whereby you wish the Deaths of Despair to continue. Immoral, local, tribal and exclusive is what big business opinion as articulated by the NYT holds Trump voters to be. After all, Trump’s people are refusing to accept international comparative advantage and free movement of labor are they not? Trump is the tribune of America’s traditional people and culture currently declining into despair and ellipse, courtesy of China-centric global market capitalism and treacherous financial elites. The aim of the capitalist comparative advantage conspiracy is to replace him with Biden, deliver the West’s economy to China, and ensure wealth beyond the dreams of avarice to Wall Street globalists who are counting on Chinese economic growth and technological advances continuing.

    It is all about the media and political cat’s paws of venal hypercapitalism backing the Democrats (who are now the party of big business) so they can stop Trump being re-elected. Like Roosevelt, Trump needs a second term and the settled will of the people to carry out his program. If he is defeated Biden and Wall Street will hand America over to the China-centric comparative advantage system in which the economic viability states of the West currently possess will be dismantled like a car in a wrecking yard.

    Replies: @Adam Smith

  43. @Achmed E. Newman
    He really sounds like Dr.Lexus at 0:44 into this scene:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7ICZHPPTtY

    Replies: @Adam Smith

    My first wife is tarded…

    She’s a pilot now.

    Lol…

    Why come you don’t have a tattoo?

  44. TG says:
    @Sean
    Front man for Wall St and its Chinese paymaster.

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @TG, @Patagonia Man

    How about “Backstabbing Joe Biden,” for his many decades of service to his wealthy patrons, selling out the national interest for personal gain?

    They didn’t call him “The Senator from Mastercard” for nothing.

    Yes Wall Street, but Chinese paymasters? Maybe some, but it’s mostly the western elites as a whole that Biden carries water for, IMHO.

    • Agree: Patagonia Man
  45. TG says:
    @ChrisZ
    On the question of debates: My sense is that Biden has to do one, but only one, live both-on-stage event. That’s the way people size up the candidates.

    The Dems will jigger the format to put Biden in the best possible light. The compliant press will build a congenial pre-and post-debate narrative. Doctors will pump up Biden with steroids or something so he can make it through an hour of standing (he’ll disappear for days afterwards as he recovers, but no one will investigate his absence). Someone will script one big foolproof line that he can deliver early on, to reassure the faithful (and to be repeated endlessly on media).

    I think his handlers will also count on Trump undermining himself, which is a good bet.

    One passable performance like that by Biden, just showing that he’s alive and functional, would be enough of an excuse for a lot of people to shrug and say, “He’ll do.” He could hide in his basement until 2023 after that.

    Replies: @TG, @Twinkie

    I think that Team Biden will keep candidate Biden hidden in a bunker, myself, but perhaps you are right.

    An advantage that Biden has in any potential debate, is that the bar is very low for him. All he has to do is put together maybe one or two complete sentences and he will be declared to have given an excellent performance. Kind of like George W. Bush.

  46. Ironic that the party which for 4 years called Trump ‘unqualified’ or ‘unfit’ for the presidency because they just didn’t like him is now going to run a man who is clearly unfit for that office. That is if Biden does not lose what is left of his mind by November which is a real possibility. In fact, the deep state may soon be pushing for a Torrecelli scenario as Biden’s mental decline becomes impossible to hide. Problem might be that Biden will refuse to step aside so what then. Kill him?

    • Troll: No Jack london
    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    @unit472

    The Democrats have disabled the Torricelli strategy with their insane early voting rules that vary wildly by state:

    https://www.ncsl.org/research/elections-and-campaigns/early-voting-in-state-elections.aspx

    The Trump campaign can defeat the Torricelli option just by waiting to attack Biden until October--then many thousands if not millions of Democrats will have already wasted their votes for Joe Biden.

    , @ChrisZ
    @unit472

    Even more ironic, Unit, is that one of the Left’s most pompous slogans of the past three years has been: “Any Functioning Adult 2020.” It’s been plastered on lawn signs, bumper stickers, tee shirts.

    They could have written: “Any Adult But Trump 2020,” but their vanity (“We’re the smart set!”) made them insist on the word “Functioning” as a virtue signal of the value they place on competence and rationality.

    And now they’re all falling in line behind Biden!

    Nemesis is a cruel but funny goddess.

  47. Trump could address Biden as “Old-Timer”; old-timer sounds like Alzheimer, and Alzheimer’s is often called “old-timer’s disease”. Probably wouldn’t work so hot for Trump, though, since Trump is only 3 years younger.

  48. @unit472
    Ironic that the party which for 4 years called Trump 'unqualified' or 'unfit' for the presidency because they just didn't like him is now going to run a man who is clearly unfit for that office. That is if Biden does not lose what is left of his mind by November which is a real possibility. In fact, the deep state may soon be pushing for a Torrecelli scenario as Biden's mental decline becomes impossible to hide. Problem might be that Biden will refuse to step aside so what then. Kill him?

    Replies: @Justvisiting, @ChrisZ

    The Democrats have disabled the Torricelli strategy with their insane early voting rules that vary wildly by state:

    https://www.ncsl.org/research/elections-and-campaigns/early-voting-in-state-elections.aspx

    The Trump campaign can defeat the Torricelli option just by waiting to attack Biden until October–then many thousands if not millions of Democrats will have already wasted their votes for Joe Biden.

  49. @jsinton
    Call him "Mumbles".

    Replies: @Liberty Mike

    That moniker was given to the late mayor of Boston, Tom Menino. It was coined by WRKOs Howie Carr.

    • Replies: @jsinton
    @Liberty Mike

    That's what we used to call my toothless grandfather. Never could understand what he was saying.

  50. @botazefa
    @SafeNow

    In my neck of the woods growing up, 'honing in' was what we said. I still use it occasionally.

    Uncle Google validates my memory: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/hone+in

    I've never heard 'homing in' before.

    Replies: @A123, @Sparkon, @Stan d Mute

    Both seem reasonable to me:

    ‘homing in’ has been popularized by guided missile technology (and video games). Although, I suspect the phrase actually started way back with Homing Pigeons.

    ‘honing in’ sounds like the work that should be done to any steel blade to maintain sharpness.

    https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/04/knife-skills-how-to-hone-a-dull-knife.html
    _____

    Given the number of sadly mistreated knives I have seen — It seems likely that ‘homing’ is much more frequently used over ‘honing’.

    PEACE 😇

    • Thanks: botazefa
  51. @Realist
    @prime noticer

    It doesn't matter who does or doesn't want a debate...the fact that there are millions of people who support brain dead Biden tells you, in no uncertain way, that this country is on a shit slide to hell.

    Replies: @ChrisZ, @prime noticer, @Stan d Mute

    they’re just voting against Trump, nobody is voting for Biden. they’ll take anybody.

    Joe Rogan is the only lifetime Democrat who has been very vocal in public that Biden should not and cannot be President, because his brain is mush.

    • Agree: Realist
    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    @prime noticer

    Elections are won and lost by the ten percent of the electorate that is low information and generally don't care that much about politics.

    They don't hang around political blogs--so there is no way to find out what they really think until it is too late to do anything about it.

    Those folks have not yet met the "new" Joe Biden.

    If the Trump campaign effectively makes that introduction in October it will be game, set, match.

  52. @botazefa
    @SafeNow

    In my neck of the woods growing up, 'honing in' was what we said. I still use it occasionally.

    Uncle Google validates my memory: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/hone+in

    I've never heard 'homing in' before.

    Replies: @A123, @Sparkon, @Stan d Mute

    So they have Honing pigeons in your neck of the woods?

    “Hone in” is mangled English, or more accurately, a malapropism.

    Traditionally, a missile homes in (not hones in) on a target. Hone means “to sharpen.” The verb home means “to move toward a goal” or “to be guided to a target.” But some usage guides (see notes below) now recognize hone in on as an acceptable alternative to home in on.

    We did not encounter hone in on until George Bush used it in 1980…

    https://www.thoughtco.com/home-and-hone-1689570

    Most malapropisms arise from misheard words that sound close to something else:

    Genuine malapropisms gathered from across the Internet:

    • He had to use a fire distinguisher.
    • Dad says the monster is just a pigment of my imagination.
    • Isn’t that an expensive pendulum round that man’s neck?
    • Good punctuation means not to be late.
    • He’s a wolf in cheap clothing.
    • Michelangelo painted the Sixteenth Chapel.
    • My sister has extra-century perception.
    • “Don’t” is a contraption.

    http://www.fun-with-words.com/malapropisms.html

    • Disagree: botazefa
    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Sparkon

    https://thelastdrivein.com/2015/07/02/the-archie-bunker-malapropism-dictionary-of-mangled-english/

    ******

    https://trailerpark.fandom.com/wiki/Rickyisms

    Trailer Park Boys - Rickyisms
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TR3QHoqfhX8

    Replies: @Sparkon

  53. @unit472
    Ironic that the party which for 4 years called Trump 'unqualified' or 'unfit' for the presidency because they just didn't like him is now going to run a man who is clearly unfit for that office. That is if Biden does not lose what is left of his mind by November which is a real possibility. In fact, the deep state may soon be pushing for a Torrecelli scenario as Biden's mental decline becomes impossible to hide. Problem might be that Biden will refuse to step aside so what then. Kill him?

    Replies: @Justvisiting, @ChrisZ

    Even more ironic, Unit, is that one of the Left’s most pompous slogans of the past three years has been: “Any Functioning Adult 2020.” It’s been plastered on lawn signs, bumper stickers, tee shirts.

    They could have written: “Any Adult But Trump 2020,” but their vanity (“We’re the smart set!”) made them insist on the word “Functioning” as a virtue signal of the value they place on competence and rationality.

    And now they’re all falling in line behind Biden!

    Nemesis is a cruel but funny goddess.

  54. @ChrisZ
    On the question of debates: My sense is that Biden has to do one, but only one, live both-on-stage event. That’s the way people size up the candidates.

    The Dems will jigger the format to put Biden in the best possible light. The compliant press will build a congenial pre-and post-debate narrative. Doctors will pump up Biden with steroids or something so he can make it through an hour of standing (he’ll disappear for days afterwards as he recovers, but no one will investigate his absence). Someone will script one big foolproof line that he can deliver early on, to reassure the faithful (and to be repeated endlessly on media).

    I think his handlers will also count on Trump undermining himself, which is a good bet.

    One passable performance like that by Biden, just showing that he’s alive and functional, would be enough of an excuse for a lot of people to shrug and say, “He’ll do.” He could hide in his basement until 2023 after that.

    Replies: @TG, @Twinkie

    One passable performance like that by Biden, just showing that he’s alive and functional, would be enough of an excuse for a lot of people to shrug and say, “He’ll do.” He could hide in his basement until 2023 after that.

    There is a danger in making too much of Biden’s apparent mental decline. If he sounds even borderline coherent at the debates, the Democrats can say, “See, Trump was making it up. Biden is fine.”

    Trump should be relatively reticent about it until the debates. He should come up with a strategy that invites/forces Biden to speak off-the-cuff as much as possible. Instead of a referendum on Trump, the election should become a vote on whether Biden is capable of withstanding the rigors of a presidency (everyone knows Trump can – he just did it for three and a half years).

    • Agree: ChrisZ
  55. @TheJester
    If Biden wins the election, his administration will be our first Regency. Biden will serve as a senile figurehead. As with child-kings of old, a "regent" (or a "collective regency" similar to the Soviet Politburo) will rule in his name.

    The American Politburo will consist of representatives of the Coalition of the Fringes that won the election ... a smattering of Jews, Communists, Anarchists, and Feminists along with representatives from Black, Hispanic, and LGBTxyz activist and other underserved communities. Lobbyists from Wall Street will be omnipresent in all levels of the administration to ensure that the Regency (and Biden) stay on message:

    "Globalism is Good ... Diversity is our Strength ... China and the United States have always been at War!"
     
    Occasionally Biden will address the unwashed masses still struggling to survive the "state of emergency" declared for the duration of the pandemic. The Regency will take Biden out of bed, dress him, disconnect his oxygen tank, put him in front of a teleprompter, and feed him simple slogans to mouth to the public. This will, however, be a scripted performance. Before going "live", there will be time for his handlers to edit out Biden's gaffs or otherwise insert "deep fake" content to maintain the illusion of competency and control.

    The Regency has no doubt that this modernization of the American political establishment will work. They own GOOGLEFACEBOOKTWITTER and the MSM. Therefore, they own the narrative. That's how they won the election. That's how they will rule.

    Replies: @Justvisiting, @Colin Wright, @Hypnotoad666

    You left out the elephant in the room.

    The Zionists. They’ll be making sure everyone toes the line alright.

  56. Obviously Joe’s (((handlers))) intend to have his (((carefully vetted))) VP take over if he wins.

    • Agree: Patagonia Man
    • Replies: @nebulafox
    @Pat Kittle

    Whether Biden even survives four years in the most stress filled job in the world is a valid question, so the VP pick is indeed important... but it might matter less than we all think. Biden's never been an original guy, even in younger, more virile days. That means he's going to reflect the consensus around him, much like Trump. Back in the Obama years, this wasn't always bad-he provided a much needed counterbalance to the Clinton/Rice led hawks on Syria-but nowadays, with what the Democrats have become, look out.

    It's not going to be the mystical Jewish conspiracy that picks the VP. It's going to be the logical agreement between white UMC liberals and their ideological allies, and the corporate donors for the DNC. We're going to see a sort of return to 1980s/1990s style policies with "racists" taking the place of "welfare queens". As the policies that began in that era are largely responsible for America not being able to address a pandemic effectively...

    Replies: @Pat Kittle

  57. @Liberty Mike
    @jsinton

    That moniker was given to the late mayor of Boston, Tom Menino. It was coined by WRKOs Howie Carr.

    Replies: @jsinton

    That’s what we used to call my toothless grandfather. Never could understand what he was saying.

  58. @Sean
    Front man for Wall St and its Chinese paymaster.

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @TG, @Patagonia Man

    Front man for Wall St and its City of London (1 mile² of bankster HO’s) paymasters!

    FIFY!

    P.S. If you don’t know where to look Sean, you’ll never be able to fix the problem.

  59. @prime noticer
    @Realist

    they're just voting against Trump, nobody is voting for Biden. they'll take anybody.

    Joe Rogan is the only lifetime Democrat who has been very vocal in public that Biden should not and cannot be President, because his brain is mush.

    Replies: @Justvisiting

    Elections are won and lost by the ten percent of the electorate that is low information and generally don’t care that much about politics.

    They don’t hang around political blogs–so there is no way to find out what they really think until it is too late to do anything about it.

    Those folks have not yet met the “new” Joe Biden.

    If the Trump campaign effectively makes that introduction in October it will be game, set, match.

  60. Don’t be surprised running Biden as the Dems candidate is all a ruse. If he’s senile now at age 78, what’s he going to be like at 82 – at the end of his 1st term?

    We don’t know what the Cabal has got planned in the pipeline.

    Recall that Wendell Willkie was selected as the 1940 Republican Party presidential nominee – so that there was no non-interventionist candidate offered to the American people.

  61. @Adam Smith
    @Sean

    Chinese paymaster... Lol..

    You're silly.

    Replies: @Sean

    Ricardo rather than Smith is key to the thinking of modern economic elites. You must be a big fan of Fentanyl and COVID-19 both straight out of Wuhan, whereby you wish the Deaths of Despair to continue. Immoral, local, tribal and exclusive is what big business opinion as articulated by the NYT holds Trump voters to be. After all, Trump’s people are refusing to accept international comparative advantage and free movement of labor are they not? Trump is the tribune of America’s traditional people and culture currently declining into despair and ellipse, courtesy of China-centric global market capitalism and treacherous financial elites. The aim of the capitalist comparative advantage conspiracy is to replace him with Biden, deliver the West’s economy to China, and ensure wealth beyond the dreams of avarice to Wall Street globalists who are counting on Chinese economic growth and technological advances continuing.

    It is all about the media and political cat’s paws of venal hypercapitalism backing the Democrats (who are now the party of big business) so they can stop Trump being re-elected. Like Roosevelt, Trump needs a second term and the settled will of the people to carry out his program. If he is defeated Biden and Wall Street will hand America over to the China-centric comparative advantage system in which the economic viability states of the West currently possess will be dismantled like a car in a wrecking yard.

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
    @Sean

    Hey Sean, it’s important to know your tolerance before you eat your Fentanyl patches!

    https://opiateaddictionsupport.com/chewing-fentanyl-patch/

    Clearly I'm a huge fan of both Fentanyl and COVID-19, 20 and 21. I'm impressed that you could recognize my passion for Fentanyl and COVID from my five word comment. I'm in awe of your amazing powers of observation.

    Obviously most Wall Street Globalists are Chinese Nationals with dual citizenship. It's the Chinese bankers on Wall Street who have been dismantling the productive parts of the U.S. industrial economy and selling it off for scrap since the Reagan years with the help of the Chinese owned media and the Chinese run Federal Reserve.

    Unfortunately, OrangeManBad and CreepySleepyJoe are both puppets of the same treacherous Chinese financial elites that are behind the destruction of the U.S. working class and the decline in their standard of living.

    I agree with you, The Democrats are definitely the party of Big Chinaman. Unfortunately the Republicans are also beholden to the Big Chinaman.

    Immoral, Tribal, Exclusive... Knock it off with those tired old tropes already.

  62. @Intelligent Dasein
    Biden looks like Walter Donovan just after he chose poorly. Trump, despite his manifold flaws, will win.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VA7J0KkanzM

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Charles Pewitt

    I find it difficult not to agree with Lion’s assessment….
    https://lionoftheblogosphere.wordpress.com/2020/07/02/trump-will-lose/

    I think Trump has to bet on a huge BLM-related anti-Democrat silent majority effect, but I kind of doubt that really exists.

  63. Biden doesn’t need to come out. All his campaign needs to do is to point out that Trump presided over a massive wealth transfer from the middle/working classes to monied interests in the middle of a national crisis. He won’t even need a reasoned argument.

    Trump’s sole hope is that the Democrats are too stupid to go for that angle and instead go full on woke capital/BLM. And with COVID, I’m not sure even that’s going to do the trick. Pointing out that the Democrats and MSM ensured the virus would spread like wildfire by opportunistically fellating protests is true, but pointless.

    As disturbing as the Democrats have become, I have zero sympathy for Donald Trump. Nobody forced him to appoint Jared Kushner. Nobody forced him to give in on Afghanistan or on E-Verify. Nobody forced him to let his corporate buddies run wild during a pandemic or opt not to wear a mask from the get-go. He brought this on himself.

    • Replies: @Twinkie
    @nebulafox

    Agreed. But like him or not, he’s what we got right now. The alternative is much worse.

    , @Stan d Mute
    @nebulafox


    Nobody forced him to let his corporate buddies run wild during a pandemic or opt not to wear a mask from the get-go. forced him to let his corporate buddies run wild during a pandemic or opt not to wear a mask from the get-go.
     
    It amazes me how people who reject 90% of the bullshit propaganda will nevertheless swallow an election year pandemic (that only kills geezers and the weak - even then only in vanishingly small numbers) as if the purveyors of the bullshit did not clearly want you dead.

    As long as they can convince you to cower in your basement in terror, they have succeeded.

    But then I expect most believers have been cowards their entire lives, never having the requisite balls to stand up against bullshit “authority”. Apparently it requires less testosterone to be an anonymous dissident on the internet than it takes to accept the consequences of your own health choices and behavior.
  64. @Pat Kittle
    Obviously Joe's (((handlers))) intend to have his (((carefully vetted))) VP take over if he wins.

    Replies: @nebulafox

    Whether Biden even survives four years in the most stress filled job in the world is a valid question, so the VP pick is indeed important… but it might matter less than we all think. Biden’s never been an original guy, even in younger, more virile days. That means he’s going to reflect the consensus around him, much like Trump. Back in the Obama years, this wasn’t always bad-he provided a much needed counterbalance to the Clinton/Rice led hawks on Syria-but nowadays, with what the Democrats have become, look out.

    It’s not going to be the mystical Jewish conspiracy that picks the VP. It’s going to be the logical agreement between white UMC liberals and their ideological allies, and the corporate donors for the DNC. We’re going to see a sort of return to 1980s/1990s style policies with “racists” taking the place of “welfare queens”. As the policies that began in that era are largely responsible for America not being able to address a pandemic effectively…

    • Replies: @Pat Kittle
    @nebulafox

    You claim "It’s not going to be the mystical Jewish conspiracy that picks the VP."

    I respect your historical perspective.

    But your rejection of the JQ does not reduce it to a "mystical Jewish conspiracy."

    -- [ https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20200714-biden-will-seek-to-extend-the-narrative-that-israel-is-being-singled-out/ ]

  65. Anonymous[437] • Disclaimer says:

    This reminds me of 2008 all over again. I stayed home, as I’m planning to do this time. Right up until the very end I had Republican friends telling me McCain was gonna win. They were honestly mystified when the results came in. What, the American people aren’t fans of the corporate tax cut and Zionist war agenda? Shocker.

    • Replies: @Justvisiting
    @Anonymous

    McCain was hated within the Republican party for dozens of reasons--and was a horrific candidate.

    Folks who understand politics knew he was doa.

  66. A point never discussed is how most of my gen Z/late millennial peers truly hate their grandparents. Bernie was the cool friends’ grandpa, and Trump and Biden are the ones we’re stuck with, going through the motions to appease our parents — but eagerly awaiting their death and resultant inheritance. Asking us to vote this cycle will provoke naught but apathy. It’s like asking us which grandpa we want to die first — who cares when we hate both?

  67. @Cloudbuster
    @Sid

    But Biden is not a terribly strong candidate

    That's like saying "Jello brand gelatin is not a terribly strong building material."

    The man's candidacy is an indictment of the whole idea of representative democracy. It would literally not be much more insulting if the Democratic candidate was an inanimate object.

    Replies: @Sid, @MEH 0910, @Audacious Epigone

    It would literally not be much more insulting if the Democratic candidate was an inanimate object.

    The Simpsons – Worker Of The Week Award

    Homer Inanimate Carbon Rod

    • Replies: @Audacious Epigone
    @MEH 0910

    Well damn it, great minds! I work through the comments sequentially.

  68. @nebulafox
    Biden doesn't need to come out. All his campaign needs to do is to point out that Trump presided over a massive wealth transfer from the middle/working classes to monied interests in the middle of a national crisis. He won't even need a reasoned argument.

    Trump's sole hope is that the Democrats are too stupid to go for that angle and instead go full on woke capital/BLM. And with COVID, I'm not sure even that's going to do the trick. Pointing out that the Democrats and MSM ensured the virus would spread like wildfire by opportunistically fellating protests is true, but pointless.

    As disturbing as the Democrats have become, I have zero sympathy for Donald Trump. Nobody forced him to appoint Jared Kushner. Nobody forced him to give in on Afghanistan or on E-Verify. Nobody forced him to let his corporate buddies run wild during a pandemic or opt not to wear a mask from the get-go. He brought this on himself.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @Stan d Mute

    Agreed. But like him or not, he’s what we got right now. The alternative is much worse.

  69. @Sparkon
    @botazefa

    So they have Honing pigeons in your neck of the woods?

    "Hone in" is mangled English, or more accurately, a malapropism.



    Traditionally, a missile homes in (not hones in) on a target. Hone means "to sharpen." The verb home means "to move toward a goal" or "to be guided to a target." But some usage guides (see notes below) now recognize hone in on as an acceptable alternative to home in on.

    We did not encounter hone in on until George Bush used it in 1980...
     
    https://www.thoughtco.com/home-and-hone-1689570

    Most malapropisms arise from misheard words that sound close to something else:

    Genuine malapropisms gathered from across the Internet:

    • He had to use a fire distinguisher.
    • Dad says the monster is just a pigment of my imagination.
    • Isn't that an expensive pendulum round that man's neck?
    • Good punctuation means not to be late.
    • He's a wolf in cheap clothing.
    • Michelangelo painted the Sixteenth Chapel.
    • My sister has extra-century perception.
    • "Don't" is a contraption.
     
    http://www.fun-with-words.com/malapropisms.html

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    • Replies: @Sparkon
    @MEH 0910

    Sure, it's easy enough for scriptwriters, authors, or playwrights to stick comical lines in the mouths of their characters. Shakespeare did it with Dogberry, Richard Sheridan did it with Mrs. Malaprop, Thomas Berger did it with Reinhart, and the scriptwriters did it with Archie Bunker, in the same way Edgar Bergen could make his dummies Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd say anything Bergen wanted.

    Easy laughs, but none of it is real.

    Art may imitate life, but there's nothing like the real thing.

    Of course in real life, upon hearing a malapropism, the real trick is to avoid laughing out loud.

  70. @nebulafox
    @Pat Kittle

    Whether Biden even survives four years in the most stress filled job in the world is a valid question, so the VP pick is indeed important... but it might matter less than we all think. Biden's never been an original guy, even in younger, more virile days. That means he's going to reflect the consensus around him, much like Trump. Back in the Obama years, this wasn't always bad-he provided a much needed counterbalance to the Clinton/Rice led hawks on Syria-but nowadays, with what the Democrats have become, look out.

    It's not going to be the mystical Jewish conspiracy that picks the VP. It's going to be the logical agreement between white UMC liberals and their ideological allies, and the corporate donors for the DNC. We're going to see a sort of return to 1980s/1990s style policies with "racists" taking the place of "welfare queens". As the policies that began in that era are largely responsible for America not being able to address a pandemic effectively...

    Replies: @Pat Kittle

    You claim “It’s not going to be the mystical Jewish conspiracy that picks the VP.”

    I respect your historical perspective.

    But your rejection of the JQ does not reduce it to a “mystical Jewish conspiracy.”

    — (https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20200714-biden-will-seek-to-extend-the-narrative-that-israel-is-being-singled-out/ ]

  71. @MEH 0910
    @Sparkon

    https://thelastdrivein.com/2015/07/02/the-archie-bunker-malapropism-dictionary-of-mangled-english/

    ******

    https://trailerpark.fandom.com/wiki/Rickyisms

    Trailer Park Boys - Rickyisms
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TR3QHoqfhX8

    Replies: @Sparkon

    Sure, it’s easy enough for scriptwriters, authors, or playwrights to stick comical lines in the mouths of their characters. Shakespeare did it with Dogberry, Richard Sheridan did it with Mrs. Malaprop, Thomas Berger did it with Reinhart, and the scriptwriters did it with Archie Bunker, in the same way Edgar Bergen could make his dummies Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd say anything Bergen wanted.

    Easy laughs, but none of it is real.

    Art may imitate life, but there’s nothing like the real thing.

    Of course in real life, upon hearing a malapropism, the real trick is to avoid laughing out loud.

  72. @Sean
    @Adam Smith

    Ricardo rather than Smith is key to the thinking of modern economic elites. You must be a big fan of Fentanyl and COVID-19 both straight out of Wuhan, whereby you wish the Deaths of Despair to continue. Immoral, local, tribal and exclusive is what big business opinion as articulated by the NYT holds Trump voters to be. After all, Trump’s people are refusing to accept international comparative advantage and free movement of labor are they not? Trump is the tribune of America’s traditional people and culture currently declining into despair and ellipse, courtesy of China-centric global market capitalism and treacherous financial elites. The aim of the capitalist comparative advantage conspiracy is to replace him with Biden, deliver the West’s economy to China, and ensure wealth beyond the dreams of avarice to Wall Street globalists who are counting on Chinese economic growth and technological advances continuing.

    It is all about the media and political cat’s paws of venal hypercapitalism backing the Democrats (who are now the party of big business) so they can stop Trump being re-elected. Like Roosevelt, Trump needs a second term and the settled will of the people to carry out his program. If he is defeated Biden and Wall Street will hand America over to the China-centric comparative advantage system in which the economic viability states of the West currently possess will be dismantled like a car in a wrecking yard.

    Replies: @Adam Smith

    Hey Sean, it’s important to know your tolerance before you eat your Fentanyl patches!

    https://opiateaddictionsupport.com/chewing-fentanyl-patch/

    Clearly I’m a huge fan of both Fentanyl and COVID-19, 20 and 21. I’m impressed that you could recognize my passion for Fentanyl and COVID from my five word comment. I’m in awe of your amazing powers of observation.

    Obviously most Wall Street Globalists are Chinese Nationals with dual citizenship. It’s the Chinese bankers on Wall Street who have been dismantling the productive parts of the U.S. industrial economy and selling it off for scrap since the Reagan years with the help of the Chinese owned media and the Chinese run Federal Reserve.

    Unfortunately, OrangeManBad and CreepySleepyJoe are both puppets of the same treacherous Chinese financial elites that are behind the destruction of the U.S. working class and the decline in their standard of living.

    I agree with you, The Democrats are definitely the party of Big Chinaman. Unfortunately the Republicans are also beholden to the Big Chinaman.

    Immoral, Tribal, Exclusive… Knock it off with those tired old tropes already.

  73. Trump is electorally toast in the popular vote and Trump is electorally toast in the Electoral College vote and Trump will lose to Joe Biden.

    DO NOT WASTE YOUR VOTE ON TRUMP!

    Vote for Charles Pewitt as a write-in candidate for president in 2020.

    Charles Pewitt and the WHITE CORE AMERICA political party will implement an immediate moratorium on all legal immigration and all illegal alien invaders will be immediately deported.

    WHITE CORE AMERICA will also fork over ten thousand dollars a month to all eligible Americans. This is called the Pewitt Conjured Loot Portion(PCLP) and the loot will be electronically conjured up out of thin air and the cake is baked on a currency crisis anyway, so we might as well go for broke.

  74. @Justvisiting
    @TheJester

    I think Biden will lose, but my view of what a Biden presidency will be is a bit different.

    The large corporations will see it as a grand opportunity for looting the Treasury--stealing everything but the silver-ware.

    The rioting, looting and icon-smashing will mysteriously end, and we will think it is the 1950s again....

    They will actually let Joe babble, and have his incoherent ramblings be a source of public amusement--keeping everybody too busy laughing to pay attention to the ongoing kleptocracy.

    It will be a golden age....until the music stops.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Stan d Mute

    It will be a golden age

    Exactly. The folks pulling the strings want things to continue exactly as before except they want more for themselves. This is no revolution. Trump is an irritant, he’s prone to tweeting things that excite the real threat (us) which must be stopped at any cost (including letting the negroes off the leash for a few months).

  75. CHINA BOY BIDEN will do to get Biden to talk about why he gladly climbed into bed with the JEW/WASP ruling class of the American Empire on China policy.

    I think Nixon went to China to begin preparing for the de-industrialization of the USA and geopolitics was a scam as a reason.

    Ruling class of the American Empire always looking for cheap labor and financialization play — China was it.

  76. @Realist
    @prime noticer

    It doesn't matter who does or doesn't want a debate...the fact that there are millions of people who support brain dead Biden tells you, in no uncertain way, that this country is on a shit slide to hell.

    Replies: @ChrisZ, @prime noticer, @Stan d Mute

    there are millions of people who support brain dead Biden

    But are there? Really?

    Or is this just a mirror image of Bush v Gore, Bush v Kerry, McStain v Obola, Magic Underpants Romney of Planet Kolob v Obola? Are they supporting Biden or are they just voting against Trump?

    • Replies: @Realist
    @Stan d Mute


    Or is this just a mirror image of Bush v Gore, Bush v Kerry, McStain v Obola, Magic Underpants Romney of Planet Kolob v Obola? Are they supporting Biden or are they just voting against Trump?
     
    What difference does it make...they are willing to elect a brain dead asshole.
  77. @botazefa
    @SafeNow

    In my neck of the woods growing up, 'honing in' was what we said. I still use it occasionally.

    Uncle Google validates my memory: https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/hone+in

    I've never heard 'homing in' before.

    Replies: @A123, @Sparkon, @Stan d Mute

    In my neck of the woods growing up, ‘honing in’ was what we said. I still use it occasionally.

    Well why didn’t you just say that you were from Ohio then?

    • Replies: @Charles Pewitt
    @Stan d Mute

    Well why didn’t you just say that you were from Ohio then?

    All four of Nixon's grandparents wound up the Nixon ancestry journey from the coast to Ohio.

    I'm honing in on calling Nixon an Ohio Boy instead of a California Kid.

    Nixon going off gold in 1971 and Nixon going to China in 1972 was part of a ruling class plot to de-industrialize and destroy the USA.

    Nixon also did nothing about the obvious nation-wrecking disaster of the 1965 Immigration Act and its impact on states such as California.

    Nixon was an untrustworthy Ohio Boy and some of the Bush Turds snuck out to Ohio from the coast as well.

    Trump Is Toast In 2020.

    Joe Biden will win the presidency and Civil War II will slowly erupt into full scale hostilities. Currency crisis baked into cake and monetary extremism currently underway tells us that the ruling class of the American Empire -- along with all other major power ruling classes -- knows that the currency death spiral is ongoing and will soon implode all asset classes.

    Trump will win Ohio, but he will lose Florida and Pennsylvania and maybe Wisconsin and Michigan.

    My eyes honed in on the raccoon emerging from the stone rubble after he and the porcupine had made a terrible racket. The raccoon honed in on a tree to climb to re-evaluate the last battle. Mr. Fisher Cat hones in on the honker of a porcupine when Mr. Fisher Cat is hungry. Mr. Raccoon was just snoozing in the shade and coolness of the interior of the rubble pile when Mr. porcupine walked into his spot all cool like.

    True story, the raccoon must have been 30 or 40 pounds and he emerged from the rubble pile and climbed a tree like he was walking level ground.

  78. @Stan d Mute
    @Realist


    there are millions of people who support brain dead Biden
     
    But are there? Really?

    Or is this just a mirror image of Bush v Gore, Bush v Kerry, McStain v Obola, Magic Underpants Romney of Planet Kolob v Obola? Are they supporting Biden or are they just voting against Trump?

    Replies: @Realist

    Or is this just a mirror image of Bush v Gore, Bush v Kerry, McStain v Obola, Magic Underpants Romney of Planet Kolob v Obola? Are they supporting Biden or are they just voting against Trump?

    What difference does it make…they are willing to elect a brain dead asshole.

  79. @Stan d Mute
    @botazefa


    In my neck of the woods growing up, ‘honing in’ was what we said. I still use it occasionally.
     
    Well why didn’t you just say that you were from Ohio then?

    Replies: @Charles Pewitt

    Well why didn’t you just say that you were from Ohio then?

    All four of Nixon’s grandparents wound up the Nixon ancestry journey from the coast to Ohio.

    I’m honing in on calling Nixon an Ohio Boy instead of a California Kid.

    Nixon going off gold in 1971 and Nixon going to China in 1972 was part of a ruling class plot to de-industrialize and destroy the USA.

    Nixon also did nothing about the obvious nation-wrecking disaster of the 1965 Immigration Act and its impact on states such as California.

    Nixon was an untrustworthy Ohio Boy and some of the Bush Turds snuck out to Ohio from the coast as well.

    Trump Is Toast In 2020.

    Joe Biden will win the presidency and Civil War II will slowly erupt into full scale hostilities. Currency crisis baked into cake and monetary extremism currently underway tells us that the ruling class of the American Empire — along with all other major power ruling classes — knows that the currency death spiral is ongoing and will soon implode all asset classes.

    Trump will win Ohio, but he will lose Florida and Pennsylvania and maybe Wisconsin and Michigan.

    My eyes honed in on the raccoon emerging from the stone rubble after he and the porcupine had made a terrible racket. The raccoon honed in on a tree to climb to re-evaluate the last battle. Mr. Fisher Cat hones in on the honker of a porcupine when Mr. Fisher Cat is hungry. Mr. Raccoon was just snoozing in the shade and coolness of the interior of the rubble pile when Mr. porcupine walked into his spot all cool like.

    True story, the raccoon must have been 30 or 40 pounds and he emerged from the rubble pile and climbed a tree like he was walking level ground.

  80. @Intelligent Dasein
    Biden looks like Walter Donovan just after he chose poorly. Trump, despite his manifold flaws, will win.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VA7J0KkanzM

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Charles Pewitt

    Trump, despite his manifold flaws, will win.

    Trump is Toast, electorally.

    Trump will lose the popular vote again and Trump will lose Florida and Pennsylvania and maybe Wisconsin and Michigan.

    LA County and Brooklyn and Bronx and Queens and Manhattan will account for most of the popular vote victory by Biden and Trump will lose some of the states he won narrowly last time.

    A Vote For Trump Is A Wasted Vote!

    A vote for Trump presumes the consent of the voter to more two party totalitarianism and more ruling class treason.

    Libertarian Party siphons big league votes from Trumpy, too!

    Write in CHARLES PEWITT for president in 2020.

    Pewitt has at least 3 ancestors who fought in the American Colonial Secessionary War from the British Empire. Trump has none and neither did Hillary. The two baby boomer twats named Trump and Clinton did not have one ancestor who fought in the war to free the colonies from the British Empire. That is the first time that neither of the presidential candidates had blood that fought against the British Empire. Obama is SAR eligible on mother’s side.

  81. @nebulafox
    Biden doesn't need to come out. All his campaign needs to do is to point out that Trump presided over a massive wealth transfer from the middle/working classes to monied interests in the middle of a national crisis. He won't even need a reasoned argument.

    Trump's sole hope is that the Democrats are too stupid to go for that angle and instead go full on woke capital/BLM. And with COVID, I'm not sure even that's going to do the trick. Pointing out that the Democrats and MSM ensured the virus would spread like wildfire by opportunistically fellating protests is true, but pointless.

    As disturbing as the Democrats have become, I have zero sympathy for Donald Trump. Nobody forced him to appoint Jared Kushner. Nobody forced him to give in on Afghanistan or on E-Verify. Nobody forced him to let his corporate buddies run wild during a pandemic or opt not to wear a mask from the get-go. He brought this on himself.

    Replies: @Twinkie, @Stan d Mute

    Nobody forced him to let his corporate buddies run wild during a pandemic or opt not to wear a mask from the get-go. forced him to let his corporate buddies run wild during a pandemic or opt not to wear a mask from the get-go.

    It amazes me how people who reject 90% of the bullshit propaganda will nevertheless swallow an election year pandemic (that only kills geezers and the weak – even then only in vanishingly small numbers) as if the purveyors of the bullshit did not clearly want you dead.

    As long as they can convince you to cower in your basement in terror, they have succeeded.

    But then I expect most believers have been cowards their entire lives, never having the requisite balls to stand up against bullshit “authority”. Apparently it requires less testosterone to be an anonymous dissident on the internet than it takes to accept the consequences of your own health choices and behavior.

  82. @Anonymous
    This reminds me of 2008 all over again. I stayed home, as I'm planning to do this time. Right up until the very end I had Republican friends telling me McCain was gonna win. They were honestly mystified when the results came in. What, the American people aren't fans of the corporate tax cut and Zionist war agenda? Shocker.

    Replies: @Justvisiting

    McCain was hated within the Republican party for dozens of reasons–and was a horrific candidate.

    Folks who understand politics knew he was doa.

  83. Joe overperformed in the 2008 debate against jug-eared Paul Ryan. He’ll benefit from low expectations again.

    Americans have no problem voting for clinically-dead pols, or for their widows. We know we are going to get the same general governance vector, whether the guy lives or dies.

    In fact, if Joe dies in October, he might get even more votes in November than he would have, had he lived.

  84. *IMPEACHMENT JOE*

    Imagine what a multi-year, Special Counsel investigation into the Obama-Biden-Hillary administration would turn up.

    PEACE 😇

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @A123

    Bribin' Biden (aka Quid Pro Joe).

    But seriously, who can even remember way back in January when a foreign quid pro quo was considered an impeachable offense.

  85. Sleepy Joe is soporific. It’s directionally good but weak, the phoning it in nickname.

    We need to crowd source this through an internet naming competition. I’ve got dibs on these:

    Declinin’ Biden

    Befuddled Biden

    Hidin’ Biden

    Doddering Joe

    Addled Joe

    Sloppy-Joe

  86. @A123
    *IMPEACHMENT JOE*

    https://twitter.com/kimfreethinker/status/1285208487178493952?s=20

    Imagine what a multi-year, Special Counsel investigation into the Obama-Biden-Hillary administration would turn up.

    PEACE 😇

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

    Bribin’ Biden (aka Quid Pro Joe).

    But seriously, who can even remember way back in January when a foreign quid pro quo was considered an impeachable offense.

  87. @TheJester
    If Biden wins the election, his administration will be our first Regency. Biden will serve as a senile figurehead. As with child-kings of old, a "regent" (or a "collective regency" similar to the Soviet Politburo) will rule in his name.

    The American Politburo will consist of representatives of the Coalition of the Fringes that won the election ... a smattering of Jews, Communists, Anarchists, and Feminists along with representatives from Black, Hispanic, and LGBTxyz activist and other underserved communities. Lobbyists from Wall Street will be omnipresent in all levels of the administration to ensure that the Regency (and Biden) stay on message:

    "Globalism is Good ... Diversity is our Strength ... China and the United States have always been at War!"
     
    Occasionally Biden will address the unwashed masses still struggling to survive the "state of emergency" declared for the duration of the pandemic. The Regency will take Biden out of bed, dress him, disconnect his oxygen tank, put him in front of a teleprompter, and feed him simple slogans to mouth to the public. This will, however, be a scripted performance. Before going "live", there will be time for his handlers to edit out Biden's gaffs or otherwise insert "deep fake" content to maintain the illusion of competency and control.

    The Regency has no doubt that this modernization of the American political establishment will work. They own GOOGLEFACEBOOKTWITTER and the MSM. Therefore, they own the narrative. That's how they won the election. That's how they will rule.

    Replies: @Justvisiting, @Colin Wright, @Hypnotoad666

    There is also historical precedent to consider the possibility of a de facto Jill Biden administration:

    On October 2, 1919, Wilson suffered a serious stroke, leaving him paralyzed on his left side, and with only partial vision in the right eye.[262] He was confined to bed for weeks and sequestered from everyone except his wife and his physician, Dr. Cary Grayson.[263] Dr. Bert E. Park, a neurosurgeon who examined Wilson’s medical records after his death, writes that Wilson’s illness affected his personality in various ways, making him prone to “disorders of emotion, impaired impulse control, and defective judgment.”[264] Anxious to help the president recover, Tumulty, Grayson, and the First Lady determined what documents the president read and who was allowed to communicate with him. For her influence in the administration, some have described Edith Wilson as “the first female President of the United States.”[265] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodrow_Wilson#Remarriage

    • Replies: @TheJester
    @Hypnotoad666

    I had Wilson in mind when I brought up the issue of a Biden "regency".

    I did a little math. The Wilson "regency" lasted 1.4 years from the time he was immobilized by a stroke on 10/2/1919 until he left office on 3/3/1921. Only Wilson's wife and doctor had direct access to Wilson during the "regency". If affairs of state demanded a decision, government officials and people of note would whisper in Wilson's wife's ear. She would disappear, work out the issue with her disabled husband, reappear, and announce the result.

    Some historians consider Edith Wilson as the first female president of the United States.

  88. Biden speaks! First 2:00 a surprise. Madalyn Murray O’Hair is not available for comment at this time, though.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xyMkd11oNo&feature=youtu.be

  89. @Hypnotoad666
    @TheJester

    There is also historical precedent to consider the possibility of a de facto Jill Biden administration:


    On October 2, 1919, Wilson suffered a serious stroke, leaving him paralyzed on his left side, and with only partial vision in the right eye.[262] He was confined to bed for weeks and sequestered from everyone except his wife and his physician, Dr. Cary Grayson.[263] Dr. Bert E. Park, a neurosurgeon who examined Wilson's medical records after his death, writes that Wilson's illness affected his personality in various ways, making him prone to "disorders of emotion, impaired impulse control, and defective judgment."[264] Anxious to help the president recover, Tumulty, Grayson, and the First Lady determined what documents the president read and who was allowed to communicate with him. For her influence in the administration, some have described Edith Wilson as "the first female President of the United States."[265] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Woodrow_Wilson#Remarriage
     

    Replies: @TheJester

    I had Wilson in mind when I brought up the issue of a Biden “regency”.

    I did a little math. The Wilson “regency” lasted 1.4 years from the time he was immobilized by a stroke on 10/2/1919 until he left office on 3/3/1921. Only Wilson’s wife and doctor had direct access to Wilson during the “regency”. If affairs of state demanded a decision, government officials and people of note would whisper in Wilson’s wife’s ear. She would disappear, work out the issue with her disabled husband, reappear, and announce the result.

    Some historians consider Edith Wilson as the first female president of the United States.

  90. @SafeNow
    Homing in, not honing in.

    https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/hone-in-or-home-in

    (I have been boning-up on my grammar for when they take me away to the reeducation camp.)

    Replies: @botazefa, @Audacious Epigone

    Honing is acceptable in this context.

  91. @Cloudbuster
    @Sid

    But Biden is not a terribly strong candidate

    That's like saying "Jello brand gelatin is not a terribly strong building material."

    The man's candidacy is an indictment of the whole idea of representative democracy. It would literally not be much more insulting if the Democratic candidate was an inanimate object.

    Replies: @Sid, @MEH 0910, @Audacious Epigone

    A carbon rod, perhaps?

  92. @MEH 0910
    @Cloudbuster


    It would literally not be much more insulting if the Democratic candidate was an inanimate object.
     
    The Simpsons - Worker Of The Week Award
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJBPZjCCz_w

    Homer Inanimate Carbon Rod
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kC-AXV54nMU

    Replies: @Audacious Epigone

    Well damn it, great minds! I work through the comments sequentially.

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