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Kamala Harris’s thoughts: “Did he just say that I might have to fake a disease and resign as VP? Just keep smiling. Don’t react at all. Just keep smiling. Remember, all things must pass, including the Biden Presidency.”

 
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  1. I read this as Biden saying he’d do the same if he disagreed with Kamala.

    Hard to tell with the senile.

    And of course it goes without saying that a proper journalist would’ve asked Biden to clarify what he meant there. (“I was joking.” “But you just said ‘All kidding aside’.”)

    • Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account


    I read this as Biden saying he’d do the same if he disagreed with Kamala.

     

    Same here. I assumed Biden had been programmed to shove the execution of The Plan right into our faces, just as they did with the election 'Red Mirage' stories back in August/September.

    Replies: @Charon

    , @ScarletNumber
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Yes, he meant to say that Kamala would be one resigning, but he accidentally said the quiet part loud and said that he would be the one to resign. I mean we all knew that, but we thought they wouldn't be so open about it. I wouldn't say it's 50/50 that Kamala is 46, but it's definitely greater than 1%.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    , @slumber_j
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    It seems to me the real possibilities here are:

    1. He's joking.

    2. What you say: he'll resign if he disagrees with Kamala.

    3. Random cognitive weirdness signifying nothing.

    From his delivery and her reaction, I must discard the first possibility. I can't decide between the other two, but each is disturbing in its own way.

    Replies: @anon, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    , @SaneClownPosse
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Predictive programming of a planned future event.

    What are the odds that Biden resigns before the Inauguration due to his advanced dementia praecox?

    Seems like a probable event given the other improbable events that have occurred in 2020, and a fitting event to cap the 2020 Presidential Selection farce.

    The first woman POTUS and it all began when Harris got a little head start in politics.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Reg Cæsar, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    , @Jonathan Mason
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Biden's remark was actually a quote from his predecessor William Henry Harrison, who allegedly caught pneumonia at the inauguration and died 31 days later.

    Hopefully Biden will not go the way of Julius Caesar who was the victim of backstabbing by a Senator in early March.

  2. Kamela aside, didn’t Joe Biden just tell us that he’d have lied to the American people, when there would have been no reason at all he had to? Why not “we have a fundamental disagreement, and I’m resigning.”

    I think these people are now under the impression that we are used to them lying regularly, expect it, and are A-OK with it. This guy has the Hillary lyin’ gene. To hell with all of them.

    • Replies: @epebble
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Actually, I will be shocked if any politician resigns due to a moral principle (or fundamental disagreement). We are so used to amoral (and immoral) politicians that a moral politician will be ridiculed as an idiot and failure. I think the last moral politician was Jimmy Carter and he suffered much ignominy.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Hibernian

    , @Buffalo Joe
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Ach, you can Trademark this Buffalo Joe quote if you wish and sell it as bumper stickers ..."The person you voted for stopped being that person the minute they were elected."

    , @Jonathan Mason
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Usually politicians say that they are resigning to spend more time with their families, but in Biden's case it is hard to imagine him spending more time with Hunter and the grandchildren going so he had to come up with an alternative.

    It has been perfectly obvious from the get-go that Biden was a stalking horse placeholder president, and that his vice president was the real candidate, so no surprises, joke or no joke.

    Obviously Biden will be resigning before the end of January so that Harris can take over the executive duties in the White House while Biden watches TV upstairs.

    The wonderful thing about democracy is it in government we have massive bureaucracies employing thousands of people run by people at the top who are complete amateurs, with no executive or administrative experience, but are chosen in the talent shows that we call elections.

    Simon Cowell could probably do a better job of holding an election and find more entertaining and better qualified candidates.

    It has always been said that politics is show business for ugly people, but it might be better to update the cliche and say that elections are a talent show for stupid people.

  3. Das Boot. haha see McCain’s boot.

    • Replies: @wren
    @newrouter

    Yeah, a family member said matter of factly that it's an ankle monitor, and with everything else going on, who am I to argue?

    Replies: @Jack D

  4. Looking at these two reminds me that NO ONE in America likes them. Biden and Harris aren’t liked by other democratic leaders, not liked by the voters who voted for them, and they are hated by everyone else.
    I can’t remember another time when a newly elected President had so close to zero genuine support.
    Now that they are on TV posing as our leaders they look so incompetent.

    • Replies: @IHTG
    @rebel yell

    I think Biden's approval rating is decent enough right now.

    Replies: @TWS

    , @Jack D
    @rebel yell


    on TV posing as our leaders
     
    In the TV age we have had a lot of that. Looking like a leader and BEING a leader are two different (but somewhat related) things. Some people (Reagan) start out more as one and grow into the other, some (Carter, Ford) fail at one or the other or both (Ford was an intelligent man who came off as being much dumber than he actually was).

    It's really too soon to assess the Harris-Biden Administration although I admit it's not looking promising. What's hilarious is listening to the various members of the Coalition of the Fringes (blacks, Asian, Latinos, gays, "progressives", etc. each demanding 100% of Cabinet appointments. Did Biden sell 500% of the available positions during the campaign - a political version of The Producers?

    Replies: @J.Ross

    , @anonymous
    @rebel yell

    These two, indeed the entire Washington establishment, are emblematic of a political system that is collapsing.

    (I know that Tocqueville wrote that the very best citizens never go into politics but this is ridiculous!)

    , @Buffalo Joe
    @rebel yell

    rebel, Harris polled in single digits in California. That says a lot.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    , @Ron Mexico
    @rebel yell

    What are his vote totals up to now? 80 million? Lots of dead people, residents of abandoned lots, 11 month olds, multiple state voters, 3am vote counters, Chinese techs, etc. voted for Sleepy Joe. How dare you question his likeability. That is not who we are.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

  5. Even though he appears to be joking, from now on I’m going to take everything Joe says literally, regardless of context or tone. Turnabout being fair play and all.

    • Agree: ScarletNumber
    • Replies: @jsm
    @Frank McGar

    Correct.

    Joe said, "We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics."

    This was not a mis-statement. This was not a joke. This was a cry for help.

    DNC heads: "Run for President, Joe. Don't worry, you won't win. We just need you to get Bernie and Tulsi out of it."

    Joe: "Oh, ok."

    DNC heads: "And pick Kamala for vice. Again, don't worry, you won't win. We just need you to do this to keep the radicals in our party happy. Don't worry, she won't kill you after inauguration, like you're worried, because you won't win."

    Joe, later: "What do you MEAN the black women precinct workers in our party are going to ignore the memo not to do their usual fraud? Ah, geez."

    ....Joe, on national tv: "We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics."
    Joe, thinking: Surely SOMEBODY out there will take my words seriously and come save me.

    Jill, thinking: "Ha ha, I've DONE it! I've figured out the way to commit the perfect murder and no one will blame me. Kamala will do the assassinating and I'll be RID of the old sniffer."

    Replies: @the one they call Desanex

    , @Twodees Partain
    @Frank McGar

    Even though he appears to be joking, from now on I’m going to take everything Joe says literally, regardless of context or tone.

    In this case, it pays to understand that Joe did disagree with Barry once, and he got Alzheimers, but forgot to resign. He has forgotten all this, or he wouldn't have mentioned it.

  6. If anyone in Biden’s White House is likely to develop a disease and resign, it’s Joe Biden.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Mike Tre

    So we may expect him to announce, sometime in the not-too-distant future: "I have Bright's disease, and he has mine." (S.J. Perelman)

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    , @AndrewR
    @Mike Tre

    The Bidens have a German Shepherd they bought right after the 2008 election, so my money is on him croaking soon.

    , @JimB
    @Mike Tre


    If anyone in Biden’s White House is likely to develop a disease and resign, it’s Joe Biden.
     
    I think health-wise Joe Biden is no worse off than a 78 year old Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Color me not surprised if he lasts two terms. Just as Larry David was thoroughly energized by opening a spite store next to Mocha Joe's, I think Biden will be thoroughly energized by his spite presidency.
  7. Perhaps Joe is saying that he will still be the one to fake a disease and resign.

    But it can’t be covid, otherwise that would discredit his pro-cuck-muzzle stance. He’ll probably go with “full blown AIDS and a sore throat.” Nice and progressive that way.

  8. Steve, since you appear to be a The Office fan, this is a perfect clip for the post here. Michael finds out that his normally loyal underling Dwight Schrute has gone behind his back by talking to his Corporate boss Jan.

    Michael plays Joe Biden
    Dwight plays Kamala Harris
    Jan would be the Deep State, I guess.

    The only thing is, the Office characters are so much more lovable than anyone in Washington, FS.

    Go to 03:00 in to see the part in which Kamala takes over the office.

    • Thanks: Drew
    • Replies: @Adam Smith
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Does Biden transfer the monkey to another branch? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    There's no way of knowing what Biden is thinking...
    We don't have the technology.

  9. Hi Stevie!

    I think ‘Moral principle’ is the brand name of my underwear.

    I tend to eagerly discard them for the right willie-ing man; or for any joe-ker really!

    XOXO

    Kamala

  10. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    I read this as Biden saying he'd do the same if he disagreed with Kamala.

    Hard to tell with the senile.

    And of course it goes without saying that a proper journalist would've asked Biden to clarify what he meant there. ("I was joking." "But you just said 'All kidding aside'.")

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @ScarletNumber, @slumber_j, @SaneClownPosse, @Jonathan Mason

    I read this as Biden saying he’d do the same if he disagreed with Kamala.

    Same here. I assumed Biden had been programmed to shove the execution of The Plan right into our faces, just as they did with the election ‘Red Mirage’ stories back in August/September.

    • Replies: @Charon
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    Gotta admit though, Biden's been unusually coherent these past several weeks. In relative terms, of course. It can't last much longer.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer

  11. @The Last Real Calvinist
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account


    I read this as Biden saying he’d do the same if he disagreed with Kamala.

     

    Same here. I assumed Biden had been programmed to shove the execution of The Plan right into our faces, just as they did with the election 'Red Mirage' stories back in August/September.

    Replies: @Charon

    Gotta admit though, Biden’s been unusually coherent these past several weeks. In relative terms, of course. It can’t last much longer.

    • Agree: Harry Baldwin
    • Replies: @Redneck farmer
    @Charon

    Not being locked in the basement and actually being able to talk to people helps dementia sufferers.

  12. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    I read this as Biden saying he'd do the same if he disagreed with Kamala.

    Hard to tell with the senile.

    And of course it goes without saying that a proper journalist would've asked Biden to clarify what he meant there. ("I was joking." "But you just said 'All kidding aside'.")

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @ScarletNumber, @slumber_j, @SaneClownPosse, @Jonathan Mason

    Yes, he meant to say that Kamala would be one resigning, but he accidentally said the quiet part loud and said that he would be the one to resign. I mean we all knew that, but we thought they wouldn’t be so open about it. I wouldn’t say it’s 50/50 that Kamala is 46, but it’s definitely greater than 1%.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @ScarletNumber

    Do you mean 47 or do you think Joe won't last until the inauguration?

    Replies: @ScarletNumber

  13. Kamala is fighting hard to hold that forced smile.

    • Replies: @Father O'Hara
    @International Jew

    A posture not unfamiliar to Willie Brown!

    , @Gary in Gramercy
    @International Jew

    Botox helps.

    , @Jack D
    @International Jew

    Kamala knows that her natural expression is RBF and she has to consciously fight it when she is on TV. This is really hard because we normally don't think about our facial expressions every moment and when we don't we fall into our normal resting face, which for her, unfortunately, is RBF.

    Our resting faces subconsciously broadcast our character so RBF is not a good thing. Humans are programmed to read facial expressions (before there was speech facial expressions were very important means of communication) and this explains why Kamala received 1% of the primary vote (but not how someone who got 1% of the vote may become our POTUS). Kamala reminds everyone of the colored lady at the HR office whose job it is to tell you that you have been laid off. Her words seem sympathetic but her face says that she is glad to be getting rid of your white ass.

    Politicians have an amazing ability to not hold grudges. I can still remember vividly Kamala's stinging takedown of Joe at one of the early debates. If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it. But I guess it was just business, nothing personal.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @AnotherDad, @Adam Smith

  14. When are we going to get some coverage in these pages of the fact that the country is continuing to import millions of foreign workers during a time of massive native unemployment?

    What gives?

    • Replies: @epebble
    @Anonymous

    With 6 weeks left, I don't think they can get any bills passed in this Congress and it dies. This is just a show. If it ever passes Congress, I think Trump will veto it. Stephen Miller is pretty hawk eyed on immigration.

    https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2020/11/stephen-miller-final-anti-immigration-push

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Anonymous

    Tucker is an amazing individual.

    Tucker 2024.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    , @Jim Don Bob
    @Anonymous

    The weird thing is the the senator sponsoring this is Mike Lee (Asswipe-Utah). Since when are people in Utah hot to import Indians to code at the FANGs?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @RadicalCenter

  15. • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @MEH 0910

    Are we sure Biden wasn't molesting the dog? There's some weird details there. Biden's lucky. It could have been one of these deals:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwzDqN7foyI

    , @Sean
    @MEH 0910

    Black dogs are oft-times not adopted from shelters (because people think they will be difficult to control). What does the rescue dog Biden picked say about his judgement,

    https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/2b2eb60e68853ff2b03ca3c5502e708a0a9c9981/0_0_921_1197/master/921.jpg?width=620&quality=85&auto=format&fit=max&s=2a289649ff31c3b8f5dccbebf53fc9de

    The bone fracture seems very ominous. Biden’s Body Mass Index is only 24, he has no reserves and any illness is going to leave him dangerously underweight. My bet is he looks tired and drawn at his inauguration on January 20. I think he is going to be in the White House for less time than anyone thinks possible.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    , @Buffalo Joe
    @MEH 0910

    MEH, who doesn;t shower with their dog? Maybe Dr. Jill was out of town.

    , @Bubba
    @MEH 0910

    Who the hell pulls on the tail of a dog unless he wants his arm ripped off!? What a dope!

    Ol' Joe is just plain full of BS just like when he said, " "if there's ever a problem, just walk out on the balcony here, walk out and put that double-barrel shotgun and fire two blasts outside the house." Syracuse Law School should revoke his degree for that illegal advice.

    And I'm surprised PETA hasn't started protesting topless yet over this laughable lie.

  16. Dear Mr Sailer,

    Speaking of ‘disease’, we here in the medical profession have grave fears both Mr Biden and then Ms Harris are at risk of the disease known as Klintonitis, which in serious cases can be fatal, but most often just forces the sufferer to realise life can end suddenly and in mysterious circumstances.

    While there is no known cure, many sufferers can increase their survival rates by giving up the presidency, retiring to a small country town in the middle of nowhere under an assumed name, and keeping their mouths shut.

    Yours,

    A Doctor (in a small country town in the middle of nowhere living under an assumed name)

  17. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1334693512244305920

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @Sean, @Buffalo Joe, @Bubba

    Are we sure Biden wasn’t molesting the dog? There’s some weird details there. Biden’s lucky. It could have been one of these deals:

  18. @newrouter
    Das Boot. haha see McCain's boot.

    Replies: @wren

    Yeah, a family member said matter of factly that it’s an ankle monitor, and with everything else going on, who am I to argue?

    • Replies: @Jack D
    @wren

    People with Alzheimer's often wander away and can't be found so an ankle monitor with GPS would be helpful. Of course, Kamala is kind of hoping that Joe will get lost.

    Replies: @J.Ross

  19. @Anonymous
    When are we going to get some coverage in these pages of the fact that the country is continuing to import millions of foreign workers during a time of massive native unemployment?

    https://www.twitter.com/ColumbiaBugle/status/1334675141704384512

    What gives?

    Replies: @epebble, @JohnnyWalker123, @Jim Don Bob

    With 6 weeks left, I don’t think they can get any bills passed in this Congress and it dies. This is just a show. If it ever passes Congress, I think Trump will veto it. Stephen Miller is pretty hawk eyed on immigration.

    https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2020/11/stephen-miller-final-anti-immigration-push

  20. @Achmed E. Newman
    Kamela aside, didn't Joe Biden just tell us that he'd have lied to the American people, when there would have been no reason at all he had to? Why not "we have a fundamental disagreement, and I'm resigning."

    I think these people are now under the impression that we are used to them lying regularly, expect it, and are A-OK with it. This guy has the Hillary lyin' gene. To hell with all of them.

    Replies: @epebble, @Buffalo Joe, @Jonathan Mason

    Actually, I will be shocked if any politician resigns due to a moral principle (or fundamental disagreement). We are so used to amoral (and immoral) politicians that a moral politician will be ridiculed as an idiot and failure. I think the last moral politician was Jimmy Carter and he suffered much ignominy.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @epebble

    Agreed, Mr. Pebble, about Jimmy Carter being (one of) the last moral politicians, or at least, Presidents. We had Ron Paul in Congress till pretty recently, don't forget.

    I think Carter suffered some ignominy only because he really wasn't a good leader and he was a lefty for his time (think Dept. of Education).

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Hibernian
    @epebble

    Carter was so moral that he appointed a bunch of leftists to junior and mid-level executive and judicial positions, although not to the Cabinet, paving the way for the Clinton, Obama, and now Biden, Administrations. His Circuit, and even District, judges made plenty of wild rulings. Fortunately he never got the chance to make a SCOTUS appointment.

    Replies: @epebble

  21. @Anonymous
    When are we going to get some coverage in these pages of the fact that the country is continuing to import millions of foreign workers during a time of massive native unemployment?

    https://www.twitter.com/ColumbiaBugle/status/1334675141704384512

    What gives?

    Replies: @epebble, @JohnnyWalker123, @Jim Don Bob

    Tucker is an amazing individual.

    Tucker 2024.

    • Agree: AnotherDad
    • Replies: @AnotherDad
    @JohnnyWalker123


    Tucker is an amazing individual.
     
    Agree Johnny. Tucker is a very smart, well-spoken individual.

    But what's primarily "amazing" about Tucker is essentially how terrible all our elites are. Tucker delivers pretty ordinary common sense clearly and cogently and comes off as an incredible hero simply by comparison.
  22. @International Jew
    Kamala is fighting hard to hold that forced smile.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Gary in Gramercy, @Jack D

    A posture not unfamiliar to Willie Brown!

  23. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1334693512244305920

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @Sean, @Buffalo Joe, @Bubba

    Black dogs are oft-times not adopted from shelters (because people think they will be difficult to control). What does the rescue dog Biden picked say about his judgement,

    The bone fracture seems very ominous. Biden’s Body Mass Index is only 24, he has no reserves and any illness is going to leave him dangerously underweight. My bet is he looks tired and drawn at his inauguration on January 20. I think he is going to be in the White House for less time than anyone thinks possible.

    • Replies: @RadicalCenter
    @Sean

    I think they will try to wait till Jan. 21, 2023 to remove Biden (by resignation or due to incompetency). That way, Harris would serve less than two years to finish Biden’s term.

    The 22nd Amendment to the US Constitution permits someone to be elected to the presidency twice, so long as they haven’t served more than two years of the prior president’s term before that.

    So Harris could run for president in her own right in both 2024 and 2028. Watch her pick a white Mexican VP and win at least once, even though most Dems don’t like or trust her. Demographics and time are on her side.

    Replies: @Sean

  24. @Charon
    @The Last Real Calvinist

    Gotta admit though, Biden's been unusually coherent these past several weeks. In relative terms, of course. It can't last much longer.

    Replies: @Redneck farmer

    Not being locked in the basement and actually being able to talk to people helps dementia sufferers.

  25. Low ratings. If re-runs of Lucy did that poorly, the show would be off-the-air.

    Judging by facial expressions at my Thanksgiving dinner, the reporters never discuss Kamela’s eligibility for VP.

  26. @International Jew
    Kamala is fighting hard to hold that forced smile.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Gary in Gramercy, @Jack D

    Botox helps.

  27. What? Kamala Harris mam must develop a disease? Maybe Michael Scott will develop a disease! Maybe you will develop a disease!

    Consider this twitter response to @RealDonaldTrump:

    Krishnamoorthy M

    Mr Ex president, kamala harris mam is from India, tamilnadu. Her native place is mannargudi, u dont know about mannargudi. In mannargudi one guy named Dhivakaran is the don, he controls mannargudi, his son jai anand is also big don. U mess with biden bro & kamala mam we people of tamilnadu will not tolerate. We place special black magic and we will send you dwarf satan which is very dangerous. We have one guy named OPS he is the biggest harry potter in tamilnadu, Big magic man. He will make you mental by burying chicken eggs and cut five rupees coin and throw in well, u will get divorce… manda bathram trump.

    I think when people talk about “multicultural” they really have no idea what they’re getting into.

    • LOL: TWS
  28. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    I read this as Biden saying he'd do the same if he disagreed with Kamala.

    Hard to tell with the senile.

    And of course it goes without saying that a proper journalist would've asked Biden to clarify what he meant there. ("I was joking." "But you just said 'All kidding aside'.")

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @ScarletNumber, @slumber_j, @SaneClownPosse, @Jonathan Mason

    It seems to me the real possibilities here are:

    1. He’s joking.

    2. What you say: he’ll resign if he disagrees with Kamala.

    3. Random cognitive weirdness signifying nothing.

    From his delivery and her reaction, I must discard the first possibility. I can’t decide between the other two, but each is disturbing in its own way.

    • Replies: @anon
    @slumber_j

    3. Random cognitive weirdness signifying nothing.

    Since he's been doing that for years with a free hall-pass from the media, it's the most likely option.

    Jack. D

    People with Alzheimer’s often wander away and can’t be found

    The other day I was told that "silver alerts" became a little less common this year out in Arizona, possibly due to the plague. So I hadda ask "whut?", turns out that's when someone with a touch of dementia gets the car keys and heads out for...somewhere...often on a freeway.

    I'm sure Creepy Joe has people to do the driving for him, so that's one thing not to worry about.

    , @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @slumber_j

    My read is that he was joking, but that she and the host took it as Alzheimer's and/or saying the quiet part out loud.

    Regarding the latter: if such plans are afoot, it's still an open question how much Joe knows about them. This is because it's still an open question how united the factions are behind him - are the Kamalists planning a coup? - and it's still an open question just how compos mentis Joe is.

    I personally think he's still as sharp as he's ever been for a few hours a day, and then he gets tired. You might say "sleepy" (once again, Trump hits the nail on the head)

    (Which is why it's probably true that they altered Joe's circadian rhythms for the debates, and that's why nobody saw him much for the few weeks prior. They couldn't risk amphetamines or experimental nootropics, whatever they are, on a guy Joe's age: he might have had a stroke.)

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

  29. @Mike Tre
    If anyone in Biden's White House is likely to develop a disease and resign, it's Joe Biden.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @AndrewR, @JimB

    So we may expect him to announce, sometime in the not-too-distant future: “I have Bright’s disease, and he has mine.” (S.J. Perelman)

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Gary in Gramercy


    So we may expect him to announce, sometime in the not-too-distant future: “I have Bright’s disease, and he has mine.” (S.J. Perelman)
     
    When was the last time that anybody in public life said something that was truly funny and witty? We used to have people like Perelman, Fred Allen, George Burns. Even Richard Nixon, Bob Dole and Henry Kissinger would occasionally, spontaneously even, say something witty.

    Nowadays, comics aren't funny, and politicians speak only in the most banal cliches. People in public life today seem to be such dullards.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Old Prude, @JohnnyWalker123, @sayless

  30. @International Jew
    Kamala is fighting hard to hold that forced smile.

    Replies: @Father O'Hara, @Gary in Gramercy, @Jack D

    Kamala knows that her natural expression is RBF and she has to consciously fight it when she is on TV. This is really hard because we normally don’t think about our facial expressions every moment and when we don’t we fall into our normal resting face, which for her, unfortunately, is RBF.

    Our resting faces subconsciously broadcast our character so RBF is not a good thing. Humans are programmed to read facial expressions (before there was speech facial expressions were very important means of communication) and this explains why Kamala received 1% of the primary vote (but not how someone who got 1% of the vote may become our POTUS). Kamala reminds everyone of the colored lady at the HR office whose job it is to tell you that you have been laid off. Her words seem sympathetic but her face says that she is glad to be getting rid of your white ass.

    Politicians have an amazing ability to not hold grudges. I can still remember vividly Kamala’s stinging takedown of Joe at one of the early debates. If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it. But I guess it was just business, nothing personal.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Jack D


    I can still remember vividly Kamala’s stinging takedown of Joe at one of the early debates. If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it.
     
    Joe may not remember anything after 1975. But he has sharp memories of gay PDAs from the Eisenhower years.
    , @AnotherDad
    @Jack D


    Kamala knows that her natural expression is RBF and she has to consciously fight it when she is on TV. This is really hard because we normally don’t think about our facial expressions every moment and when we don’t we fall into our normal resting face, which for her, unfortunately, is RBF.
     
    Excellent observation and comment Jack.

    Noted the same thing myself when exposed to this gal. Kamala is RBF personified, from her appearance, to her life, to her politics. Yuck.

    This is why Republicans need to join the chorus demanding Joe recognize his white privilege, step aside and let Kamala rule.

    RBF Kamala barking out orders and tediously, chalk on blackboard, hectoring white people will be the best thing that could possibly happen to wake up sleepy it-will-all-work-out Americans. If Kamala can't energize a nationalist opposition, then we are simply too far gone as a people and either conservatives must separate or we accept our fate as Brasil do Norte.
    , @Adam Smith
    @Jack D


    If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it.
     
    I imagine your memory is much better than Joe's.

    On a brighter note...

    One good thing about Alzheimer's is that you meet new people every day.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  31. @rebel yell
    Looking at these two reminds me that NO ONE in America likes them. Biden and Harris aren't liked by other democratic leaders, not liked by the voters who voted for them, and they are hated by everyone else.
    I can't remember another time when a newly elected President had so close to zero genuine support.
    Now that they are on TV posing as our leaders they look so incompetent.

    Replies: @IHTG, @Jack D, @anonymous, @Buffalo Joe, @Ron Mexico

    I think Biden’s approval rating is decent enough right now.

    • Replies: @TWS
    @IHTG

    Sure all twelve guys he got to come to his rallies agree too.

  32. @wren
    @newrouter

    Yeah, a family member said matter of factly that it's an ankle monitor, and with everything else going on, who am I to argue?

    Replies: @Jack D

    People with Alzheimer’s often wander away and can’t be found so an ankle monitor with GPS would be helpful. Of course, Kamala is kind of hoping that Joe will get lost.

    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Jack D

    It is unique that here is a situation where the Democrats want the Democrat president to die. I had been thinking, the silver lining here is that these idiots are perfectly disconnected from Earth and drunk on fake success, so once they slip in they'll policy-wise drive full speed into a wall, and even apoliticals will not be able to pretend confusion or blame Trump.

  33. @Frank McGar
    Even though he appears to be joking, from now on I'm going to take everything Joe says literally, regardless of context or tone. Turnabout being fair play and all.

    Replies: @jsm, @Twodees Partain

    Correct.

    Joe said, “We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”

    This was not a mis-statement. This was not a joke. This was a cry for help.

    DNC heads: “Run for President, Joe. Don’t worry, you won’t win. We just need you to get Bernie and Tulsi out of it.”

    Joe: “Oh, ok.”

    DNC heads: “And pick Kamala for vice. Again, don’t worry, you won’t win. We just need you to do this to keep the radicals in our party happy. Don’t worry, she won’t kill you after inauguration, like you’re worried, because you won’t win.”

    Joe, later: “What do you MEAN the black women precinct workers in our party are going to ignore the memo not to do their usual fraud? Ah, geez.”

    ….Joe, on national tv: “We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.”
    Joe, thinking: Surely SOMEBODY out there will take my words seriously and come save me.

    Jill, thinking: “Ha ha, I’ve DONE it! I’ve figured out the way to commit the perfect murder and no one will blame me. Kamala will do the assassinating and I’ll be RID of the old sniffer.”

    • Thanks: Je Suis Omar Mateen
    • LOL: nokangaroos
    • Replies: @the one they call Desanex
    @jsm

    Vice President Kamala Devi Harris =

    Ms. Airhead knives a decrepit rival

    Dark meanie [or Mean darkie] shivs a decrepit rival

    Eek! Mad rani* shivs a decrepit rival

    *rani: a Hindu queen

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  34. @rebel yell
    Looking at these two reminds me that NO ONE in America likes them. Biden and Harris aren't liked by other democratic leaders, not liked by the voters who voted for them, and they are hated by everyone else.
    I can't remember another time when a newly elected President had so close to zero genuine support.
    Now that they are on TV posing as our leaders they look so incompetent.

    Replies: @IHTG, @Jack D, @anonymous, @Buffalo Joe, @Ron Mexico

    on TV posing as our leaders

    In the TV age we have had a lot of that. Looking like a leader and BEING a leader are two different (but somewhat related) things. Some people (Reagan) start out more as one and grow into the other, some (Carter, Ford) fail at one or the other or both (Ford was an intelligent man who came off as being much dumber than he actually was).

    It’s really too soon to assess the Harris-Biden Administration although I admit it’s not looking promising. What’s hilarious is listening to the various members of the Coalition of the Fringes (blacks, Asian, Latinos, gays, “progressives”, etc. each demanding 100% of Cabinet appointments. Did Biden sell 500% of the available positions during the campaign – a political version of The Producers?

    • LOL: Hibernian
    • Replies: @J.Ross
    @Jack D

    Why not, that's how he "won." It would be appropriate to seat and re-seat the various "cabinets" in the middle of the night with the authorities sent home, like how the "ballots" were counted.

  35. @Jack D
    @wren

    People with Alzheimer's often wander away and can't be found so an ankle monitor with GPS would be helpful. Of course, Kamala is kind of hoping that Joe will get lost.

    Replies: @J.Ross

    It is unique that here is a situation where the Democrats want the Democrat president to die. I had been thinking, the silver lining here is that these idiots are perfectly disconnected from Earth and drunk on fake success, so once they slip in they’ll policy-wise drive full speed into a wall, and even apoliticals will not be able to pretend confusion or blame Trump.

  36. This won’t be an issue because Biden and Harris don’t have any fundamental moral principles. They are merely opportunistic representatives of a dark, evil criminal organization.

  37. @Jack D
    @rebel yell


    on TV posing as our leaders
     
    In the TV age we have had a lot of that. Looking like a leader and BEING a leader are two different (but somewhat related) things. Some people (Reagan) start out more as one and grow into the other, some (Carter, Ford) fail at one or the other or both (Ford was an intelligent man who came off as being much dumber than he actually was).

    It's really too soon to assess the Harris-Biden Administration although I admit it's not looking promising. What's hilarious is listening to the various members of the Coalition of the Fringes (blacks, Asian, Latinos, gays, "progressives", etc. each demanding 100% of Cabinet appointments. Did Biden sell 500% of the available positions during the campaign - a political version of The Producers?

    Replies: @J.Ross

    Why not, that’s how he “won.” It would be appropriate to seat and re-seat the various “cabinets” in the middle of the night with the authorities sent home, like how the “ballots” were counted.

  38. @slumber_j
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    It seems to me the real possibilities here are:

    1. He's joking.

    2. What you say: he'll resign if he disagrees with Kamala.

    3. Random cognitive weirdness signifying nothing.

    From his delivery and her reaction, I must discard the first possibility. I can't decide between the other two, but each is disturbing in its own way.

    Replies: @anon, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    3. Random cognitive weirdness signifying nothing.

    Since he’s been doing that for years with a free hall-pass from the media, it’s the most likely option.

    Jack. D

    People with Alzheimer’s often wander away and can’t be found

    The other day I was told that “silver alerts” became a little less common this year out in Arizona, possibly due to the plague. So I hadda ask “whut?”, turns out that’s when someone with a touch of dementia gets the car keys and heads out for…somewhere…often on a freeway.

    I’m sure Creepy Joe has people to do the driving for him, so that’s one thing not to worry about.

  39. @Mike Tre
    If anyone in Biden's White House is likely to develop a disease and resign, it's Joe Biden.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @AndrewR, @JimB

    The Bidens have a German Shepherd they bought right after the 2008 election, so my money is on him croaking soon.

  40. @ScarletNumber
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Yes, he meant to say that Kamala would be one resigning, but he accidentally said the quiet part loud and said that he would be the one to resign. I mean we all knew that, but we thought they wouldn't be so open about it. I wouldn't say it's 50/50 that Kamala is 46, but it's definitely greater than 1%.

    Replies: @AndrewR

    Do you mean 47 or do you think Joe won’t last until the inauguration?

    • Replies: @ScarletNumber
    @AndrewR

    The latter

  41. @Gary in Gramercy
    @Mike Tre

    So we may expect him to announce, sometime in the not-too-distant future: "I have Bright's disease, and he has mine." (S.J. Perelman)

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    So we may expect him to announce, sometime in the not-too-distant future: “I have Bright’s disease, and he has mine.” (S.J. Perelman)

    When was the last time that anybody in public life said something that was truly funny and witty? We used to have people like Perelman, Fred Allen, George Burns. Even Richard Nixon, Bob Dole and Henry Kissinger would occasionally, spontaneously even, say something witty.

    Nowadays, comics aren’t funny, and politicians speak only in the most banal cliches. People in public life today seem to be such dullards.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Mr. Anon

    Right on the dullards. I really don't think the modern politicians are smart enough to be witty off-the-cuff, Mr. Anon. It probably comes down to that.

    Thanks for the laugh from Mr. Perelman, Gary in Gramercy.

    , @Old Prude
    @Mr. Anon

    “Only Rosie...”

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @Mr. Anon

    French politicians can sometimes be witty and funny, often in a way that's highly offensive (by American standards).

    , @sayless
    @Mr. Anon

    Barney Frank, circa 1989: "So the politicians are corrupt. Well. The voters are no bargain either."

  42. I believe that Kamala would bury a dagger in Joe’s back, if she thought she could get away with it.

  43. @Anonymous
    When are we going to get some coverage in these pages of the fact that the country is continuing to import millions of foreign workers during a time of massive native unemployment?

    https://www.twitter.com/ColumbiaBugle/status/1334675141704384512

    What gives?

    Replies: @epebble, @JohnnyWalker123, @Jim Don Bob

    The weird thing is the the senator sponsoring this is Mike Lee (Asswipe-Utah). Since when are people in Utah hot to import Indians to code at the FANGs?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Jim Don Bob

    You're under the mistaken impression that Mike Lee is working for the people of Utah, Mr. Bob. I've made that same mistake before. No worries. ;-}

    , @RadicalCenter
    @Jim Don Bob

    Utah Republicans are largely conformist pussies.

  44. @rebel yell
    Looking at these two reminds me that NO ONE in America likes them. Biden and Harris aren't liked by other democratic leaders, not liked by the voters who voted for them, and they are hated by everyone else.
    I can't remember another time when a newly elected President had so close to zero genuine support.
    Now that they are on TV posing as our leaders they look so incompetent.

    Replies: @IHTG, @Jack D, @anonymous, @Buffalo Joe, @Ron Mexico

    These two, indeed the entire Washington establishment, are emblematic of a political system that is collapsing.

    (I know that Tocqueville wrote that the very best citizens never go into politics but this is ridiculous!)

  45. @Jack D
    @International Jew

    Kamala knows that her natural expression is RBF and she has to consciously fight it when she is on TV. This is really hard because we normally don't think about our facial expressions every moment and when we don't we fall into our normal resting face, which for her, unfortunately, is RBF.

    Our resting faces subconsciously broadcast our character so RBF is not a good thing. Humans are programmed to read facial expressions (before there was speech facial expressions were very important means of communication) and this explains why Kamala received 1% of the primary vote (but not how someone who got 1% of the vote may become our POTUS). Kamala reminds everyone of the colored lady at the HR office whose job it is to tell you that you have been laid off. Her words seem sympathetic but her face says that she is glad to be getting rid of your white ass.

    Politicians have an amazing ability to not hold grudges. I can still remember vividly Kamala's stinging takedown of Joe at one of the early debates. If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it. But I guess it was just business, nothing personal.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @AnotherDad, @Adam Smith

    I can still remember vividly Kamala’s stinging takedown of Joe at one of the early debates. If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it.

    Joe may not remember anything after 1975. But he has sharp memories of gay PDAs from the Eisenhower years.

    • LOL: ScarletNumber
  46. @epebble
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Actually, I will be shocked if any politician resigns due to a moral principle (or fundamental disagreement). We are so used to amoral (and immoral) politicians that a moral politician will be ridiculed as an idiot and failure. I think the last moral politician was Jimmy Carter and he suffered much ignominy.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Hibernian

    Agreed, Mr. Pebble, about Jimmy Carter being (one of) the last moral politicians, or at least, Presidents. We had Ron Paul in Congress till pretty recently, don’t forget.

    I think Carter suffered some ignominy only because he really wasn’t a good leader and he was a lefty for his time (think Dept. of Education).

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Achmed E. Newman


    Agreed, Mr. Pebble, about Jimmy Carter being (one of) the last moral politicians, or at least, Presidents
     
    He went all-in for the "Russian interference" scam in 2017. And was quick to congratulate Biden on his "win". It does make one wonder about his Carter Center's integrity.


    Back in flyover land, of which Atlanta is no longer a part:



    Shively mayor falls asleep in White Castle drive-thru, crashes car (note the byline!)


    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/F_Zqf0fE4lw/maxresdefault.jpg

    Replies: @duncsbaby

  47. @Jim Don Bob
    @Anonymous

    The weird thing is the the senator sponsoring this is Mike Lee (Asswipe-Utah). Since when are people in Utah hot to import Indians to code at the FANGs?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @RadicalCenter

    You’re under the mistaken impression that Mike Lee is working for the people of Utah, Mr. Bob. I’ve made that same mistake before. No worries. ;-}

  48. @Mr. Anon
    @Gary in Gramercy


    So we may expect him to announce, sometime in the not-too-distant future: “I have Bright’s disease, and he has mine.” (S.J. Perelman)
     
    When was the last time that anybody in public life said something that was truly funny and witty? We used to have people like Perelman, Fred Allen, George Burns. Even Richard Nixon, Bob Dole and Henry Kissinger would occasionally, spontaneously even, say something witty.

    Nowadays, comics aren't funny, and politicians speak only in the most banal cliches. People in public life today seem to be such dullards.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Old Prude, @JohnnyWalker123, @sayless

    Right on the dullards. I really don’t think the modern politicians are smart enough to be witty off-the-cuff, Mr. Anon. It probably comes down to that.

    Thanks for the laugh from Mr. Perelman, Gary in Gramercy.

  49. @epebble
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Actually, I will be shocked if any politician resigns due to a moral principle (or fundamental disagreement). We are so used to amoral (and immoral) politicians that a moral politician will be ridiculed as an idiot and failure. I think the last moral politician was Jimmy Carter and he suffered much ignominy.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Hibernian

    Carter was so moral that he appointed a bunch of leftists to junior and mid-level executive and judicial positions, although not to the Cabinet, paving the way for the Clinton, Obama, and now Biden, Administrations. His Circuit, and even District, judges made plenty of wild rulings. Fortunately he never got the chance to make a SCOTUS appointment.

    • Agree: Alden
    • Replies: @epebble
    @Hibernian

    Hard to argue Carter paved the way for Clinton when there was a 12 year gap, end of Cold War, recession and Ross Perot in between. Iraq war and the 2008 economic collapse paved the way for Obama. Covid paved the way for Biden. All of his judges were appointed by mostly unanimous consent. Even if you ascribe an IQ of 1000 or 1 million to Carter, he could not have done any of the things alleged.

    Replies: @Hibernian, @RadicalCenter

  50. @Achmed E. Newman
    @epebble

    Agreed, Mr. Pebble, about Jimmy Carter being (one of) the last moral politicians, or at least, Presidents. We had Ron Paul in Congress till pretty recently, don't forget.

    I think Carter suffered some ignominy only because he really wasn't a good leader and he was a lefty for his time (think Dept. of Education).

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Agreed, Mr. Pebble, about Jimmy Carter being (one of) the last moral politicians, or at least, Presidents

    He went all-in for the “Russian interference” scam in 2017. And was quick to congratulate Biden on his “win”. It does make one wonder about his Carter Center’s integrity.

    Back in flyover land, of which Atlanta is no longer a part:

    Shively mayor falls asleep in White Castle drive-thru, crashes car (note the byline!)

    • Replies: @duncsbaby
    @Reg Cæsar

    From the article: "A late-night White Castle run went very wrong in the suburbs of Louisville on Tuesday."

    https://media.giphy.com/media/Yl5aO3gdVfsQ0/giphy.gif

  51. @AndrewR
    @ScarletNumber

    Do you mean 47 or do you think Joe won't last until the inauguration?

    Replies: @ScarletNumber

    The latter

  52. @jsm
    @Frank McGar

    Correct.

    Joe said, "We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics."

    This was not a mis-statement. This was not a joke. This was a cry for help.

    DNC heads: "Run for President, Joe. Don't worry, you won't win. We just need you to get Bernie and Tulsi out of it."

    Joe: "Oh, ok."

    DNC heads: "And pick Kamala for vice. Again, don't worry, you won't win. We just need you to do this to keep the radicals in our party happy. Don't worry, she won't kill you after inauguration, like you're worried, because you won't win."

    Joe, later: "What do you MEAN the black women precinct workers in our party are going to ignore the memo not to do their usual fraud? Ah, geez."

    ....Joe, on national tv: "We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics."
    Joe, thinking: Surely SOMEBODY out there will take my words seriously and come save me.

    Jill, thinking: "Ha ha, I've DONE it! I've figured out the way to commit the perfect murder and no one will blame me. Kamala will do the assassinating and I'll be RID of the old sniffer."

    Replies: @the one they call Desanex

    Vice President Kamala Devi Harris =

    Ms. Airhead knives a decrepit rival

    Dark meanie [or Mean darkie] shivs a decrepit rival

    Eek! Mad rani* shivs a decrepit rival

    *rani: a Hindu queen

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @the one they call Desanex


    Ms. Airhead knives a decrepit rival

     

    Yes! Somebody agrees it's knives, not knifes.


    Since you're doing the anagrams, I'll instead provide the quote of the week, courtesy of Indian PM Narendra Modi, and fully applicable in Silicon Valley and America's newsrooms and polling places:


    "We are working with intentions as pure as the waters of the River Ganges..."


    https://gangapollution.weebly.com/uploads/1/3/8/5/13858050/header_images/1419200935.jpg

  53. @IHTG
    @rebel yell

    I think Biden's approval rating is decent enough right now.

    Replies: @TWS

    Sure all twelve guys he got to come to his rallies agree too.

  54. @Hibernian
    @epebble

    Carter was so moral that he appointed a bunch of leftists to junior and mid-level executive and judicial positions, although not to the Cabinet, paving the way for the Clinton, Obama, and now Biden, Administrations. His Circuit, and even District, judges made plenty of wild rulings. Fortunately he never got the chance to make a SCOTUS appointment.

    Replies: @epebble

    Hard to argue Carter paved the way for Clinton when there was a 12 year gap, end of Cold War, recession and Ross Perot in between. Iraq war and the 2008 economic collapse paved the way for Obama. Covid paved the way for Biden. All of his judges were appointed by mostly unanimous consent. Even if you ascribe an IQ of 1000 or 1 million to Carter, he could not have done any of the things alleged.

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @epebble

    He paved the way for a series of increasingly Leftist administrations, interspersed with ineffective Republican ones, with the below the radar left wing junior to mid-level appointments I referenced. Leftists can be very patient (for which see the Vietnam War, the McCarthy Era, etc.) and they had homes in the bureaucracy, judiciary, academia, Congress, and state and local government, during the Republican years of 1981-93, 2001-09, and 2017-20.

    , @RadicalCenter
    @epebble

    Covid didn’t do much, let alone pave the way for biden.

    Brutal economy-wrecking inhuman lockdowns by Governors and Mayors, Dems most of all, paved the way for many of the dimwitted sheeple to blame trump for the lockdown destruction.

    Then mass fraud put harris/biden allegedly over the top.

  55. @Jack D
    @International Jew

    Kamala knows that her natural expression is RBF and she has to consciously fight it when she is on TV. This is really hard because we normally don't think about our facial expressions every moment and when we don't we fall into our normal resting face, which for her, unfortunately, is RBF.

    Our resting faces subconsciously broadcast our character so RBF is not a good thing. Humans are programmed to read facial expressions (before there was speech facial expressions were very important means of communication) and this explains why Kamala received 1% of the primary vote (but not how someone who got 1% of the vote may become our POTUS). Kamala reminds everyone of the colored lady at the HR office whose job it is to tell you that you have been laid off. Her words seem sympathetic but her face says that she is glad to be getting rid of your white ass.

    Politicians have an amazing ability to not hold grudges. I can still remember vividly Kamala's stinging takedown of Joe at one of the early debates. If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it. But I guess it was just business, nothing personal.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @AnotherDad, @Adam Smith

    Kamala knows that her natural expression is RBF and she has to consciously fight it when she is on TV. This is really hard because we normally don’t think about our facial expressions every moment and when we don’t we fall into our normal resting face, which for her, unfortunately, is RBF.

    Excellent observation and comment Jack.

    Noted the same thing myself when exposed to this gal. Kamala is RBF personified, from her appearance, to her life, to her politics. Yuck.

    This is why Republicans need to join the chorus demanding Joe recognize his white privilege, step aside and let Kamala rule.

    RBF Kamala barking out orders and tediously, chalk on blackboard, hectoring white people will be the best thing that could possibly happen to wake up sleepy it-will-all-work-out Americans. If Kamala can’t energize a nationalist opposition, then we are simply too far gone as a people and either conservatives must separate or we accept our fate as Brasil do Norte.

  56. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Anonymous

    Tucker is an amazing individual.

    Tucker 2024.

    Replies: @AnotherDad

    Tucker is an amazing individual.

    Agree Johnny. Tucker is a very smart, well-spoken individual.

    But what’s primarily “amazing” about Tucker is essentially how terrible all our elites are. Tucker delivers pretty ordinary common sense clearly and cogently and comes off as an incredible hero simply by comparison.

    • Agree: JohnnyWalker123
  57. @Mr. Anon
    @Gary in Gramercy


    So we may expect him to announce, sometime in the not-too-distant future: “I have Bright’s disease, and he has mine.” (S.J. Perelman)
     
    When was the last time that anybody in public life said something that was truly funny and witty? We used to have people like Perelman, Fred Allen, George Burns. Even Richard Nixon, Bob Dole and Henry Kissinger would occasionally, spontaneously even, say something witty.

    Nowadays, comics aren't funny, and politicians speak only in the most banal cliches. People in public life today seem to be such dullards.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Old Prude, @JohnnyWalker123, @sayless

    “Only Rosie…”

  58. @Mr. Anon
    @Gary in Gramercy


    So we may expect him to announce, sometime in the not-too-distant future: “I have Bright’s disease, and he has mine.” (S.J. Perelman)
     
    When was the last time that anybody in public life said something that was truly funny and witty? We used to have people like Perelman, Fred Allen, George Burns. Even Richard Nixon, Bob Dole and Henry Kissinger would occasionally, spontaneously even, say something witty.

    Nowadays, comics aren't funny, and politicians speak only in the most banal cliches. People in public life today seem to be such dullards.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Old Prude, @JohnnyWalker123, @sayless

    French politicians can sometimes be witty and funny, often in a way that’s highly offensive (by American standards).

  59. @Achmed E. Newman
    Kamela aside, didn't Joe Biden just tell us that he'd have lied to the American people, when there would have been no reason at all he had to? Why not "we have a fundamental disagreement, and I'm resigning."

    I think these people are now under the impression that we are used to them lying regularly, expect it, and are A-OK with it. This guy has the Hillary lyin' gene. To hell with all of them.

    Replies: @epebble, @Buffalo Joe, @Jonathan Mason

    Ach, you can Trademark this Buffalo Joe quote if you wish and sell it as bumper stickers …”The person you voted for stopped being that person the minute they were elected.”

  60. @rebel yell
    Looking at these two reminds me that NO ONE in America likes them. Biden and Harris aren't liked by other democratic leaders, not liked by the voters who voted for them, and they are hated by everyone else.
    I can't remember another time when a newly elected President had so close to zero genuine support.
    Now that they are on TV posing as our leaders they look so incompetent.

    Replies: @IHTG, @Jack D, @anonymous, @Buffalo Joe, @Ron Mexico

    rebel, Harris polled in single digits in California. That says a lot.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Buffalo Joe

    Famous Ed Koch quote about ultra-leftist shrike Bella Abzug after she narrowly lost a Democratic primary while losing the precinct in which she resided: "Her neighbors know her."

  61. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    I read this as Biden saying he'd do the same if he disagreed with Kamala.

    Hard to tell with the senile.

    And of course it goes without saying that a proper journalist would've asked Biden to clarify what he meant there. ("I was joking." "But you just said 'All kidding aside'.")

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @ScarletNumber, @slumber_j, @SaneClownPosse, @Jonathan Mason

    Predictive programming of a planned future event.

    What are the odds that Biden resigns before the Inauguration due to his advanced dementia praecox?

    Seems like a probable event given the other improbable events that have occurred in 2020, and a fitting event to cap the 2020 Presidential Selection farce.

    The first woman POTUS and it all began when Harris got a little head start in politics.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @SaneClownPosse

    Sane, before the inauguration, if I undrstand it correctly, harris is the sitting Senator from California. She doesn't ascend to the throne until biden after he is inaugurated, therefore POTUS, steps down.

    , @Reg Cæsar
    @SaneClownPosse


    his advanced dementia praecox
     
    In Joe's case, it's dementia postcox.
    , @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @SaneClownPosse

    If Biden's actually demented, then why's he trusted with the "predictive programming" script?

    If Biden's not demented, why's he resigning for Harris?

    If the DNC actually had a chance in 2020, why did they run such zilches in the primaries?

    Biden and Harris were sacrificial lambs, the only ones dumb enough or desperate enough to put their name on the vote fraud.

    Trump most likely takes office in 2021, or else he (or some other Trumpist) takes office in 2024: the people will not be denied, and the nitwits that think they can get away with Kamala Harris as president do not have the political skill to mollify them.

  62. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1334693512244305920

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @Sean, @Buffalo Joe, @Bubba

    MEH, who doesn;t shower with their dog? Maybe Dr. Jill was out of town.

  63. @Achmed E. Newman
    Steve, since you appear to be a The Office fan, this is a perfect clip for the post here. Michael finds out that his normally loyal underling Dwight Schrute has gone behind his back by talking to his Corporate boss Jan.

    Michael plays Joe Biden
    Dwight plays Kamala Harris
    Jan would be the Deep State, I guess.

    The only thing is, the Office characters are so much more lovable than anyone in Washington, FS.

    Go to 03:00 in to see the part in which Kamala takes over the office.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_NeL9Ng2Mg

    Replies: @Adam Smith

    Does Biden transfer the monkey to another branch? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
    There’s no way of knowing what Biden is thinking…
    We don’t have the technology.

  64. @Jack D
    @International Jew

    Kamala knows that her natural expression is RBF and she has to consciously fight it when she is on TV. This is really hard because we normally don't think about our facial expressions every moment and when we don't we fall into our normal resting face, which for her, unfortunately, is RBF.

    Our resting faces subconsciously broadcast our character so RBF is not a good thing. Humans are programmed to read facial expressions (before there was speech facial expressions were very important means of communication) and this explains why Kamala received 1% of the primary vote (but not how someone who got 1% of the vote may become our POTUS). Kamala reminds everyone of the colored lady at the HR office whose job it is to tell you that you have been laid off. Her words seem sympathetic but her face says that she is glad to be getting rid of your white ass.

    Politicians have an amazing ability to not hold grudges. I can still remember vividly Kamala's stinging takedown of Joe at one of the early debates. If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it. But I guess it was just business, nothing personal.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar, @AnotherDad, @Adam Smith

    If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it.

    I imagine your memory is much better than Joe’s.

    On a brighter note…

    One good thing about Alzheimer’s is that you meet new people every day.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Adam Smith


    One good thing about Alzheimer’s is that you meet new people every day.
     
    You can also hide your own Easter eggs.
  65. @Buffalo Joe
    @rebel yell

    rebel, Harris polled in single digits in California. That says a lot.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    Famous Ed Koch quote about ultra-leftist shrike Bella Abzug after she narrowly lost a Democratic primary while losing the precinct in which she resided: “Her neighbors know her.”

    • Thanks: Buffalo Joe
    • LOL: Achmed E. Newman
  66. @Mike Tre
    If anyone in Biden's White House is likely to develop a disease and resign, it's Joe Biden.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy, @AndrewR, @JimB

    If anyone in Biden’s White House is likely to develop a disease and resign, it’s Joe Biden.

    I think health-wise Joe Biden is no worse off than a 78 year old Ruth Bader Ginsberg. Color me not surprised if he lasts two terms. Just as Larry David was thoroughly energized by opening a spite store next to Mocha Joe’s, I think Biden will be thoroughly energized by his spite presidency.

  67. Great comments on this thread and the fact remains that the biden-harris ticket would have lost to any well qualified candidate. The primary was fixed and the biden voters, for the most part, voted against Trump not for biden, and certainly not for harris. Those voters will push back hard when reparations move forward and a “Green Deal” is rolled out. Already straining aginst their Covid collars and leashes.

  68. also implicit in this is Joe saying he would not tell the public the truth about why he did what he did. “… I’ll develop some disease and say I have to resign.”

  69. My thought for a bumper-sticker:

    “Dementia Joe: Not My President”

  70. The Irish Wit. ☘️

    In Parliamentary Systems, if you have a fundamental disagreement with the PM, you’re expected to resign from cabinet.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Not Raul

    Irish Alzheimer's: forgetting a grudge.

    Jewish Alzheimer's: forgetting a sale.

    Replies: @tyrone, @Hibernian

  71. @rebel yell
    Looking at these two reminds me that NO ONE in America likes them. Biden and Harris aren't liked by other democratic leaders, not liked by the voters who voted for them, and they are hated by everyone else.
    I can't remember another time when a newly elected President had so close to zero genuine support.
    Now that they are on TV posing as our leaders they look so incompetent.

    Replies: @IHTG, @Jack D, @anonymous, @Buffalo Joe, @Ron Mexico

    What are his vote totals up to now? 80 million? Lots of dead people, residents of abandoned lots, 11 month olds, multiple state voters, 3am vote counters, Chinese techs, etc. voted for Sleepy Joe. How dare you question his likeability. That is not who we are.

    • LOL: Twodees Partain
    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Ron Mexico

    The idea of dead people voting seems to be unpopular in certain circles, but the dead hand of the founding fathers still has an influence on elections.

    Anyway is there any evidence that more dead people voted for Biden than for Trump? You would expect it to level out. And if people died in the interval between casting their postal vote and the date of the election, wouldn't you expect that to work out equally on both sides?

    In the exam that you have to take to become a US citizen, one of the questions refers to the fact that the most important duty of a citizen is to vote, so who can blame dead people for erring on the side of caution in completing their civil duties?

  72. @Adam Smith
    @Jack D


    If I can remember it, Joe must really remember it.
     
    I imagine your memory is much better than Joe's.

    On a brighter note...

    One good thing about Alzheimer's is that you meet new people every day.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    One good thing about Alzheimer’s is that you meet new people every day.

    You can also hide your own Easter eggs.

    • LOL: Adam Smith
  73. @slumber_j
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    It seems to me the real possibilities here are:

    1. He's joking.

    2. What you say: he'll resign if he disagrees with Kamala.

    3. Random cognitive weirdness signifying nothing.

    From his delivery and her reaction, I must discard the first possibility. I can't decide between the other two, but each is disturbing in its own way.

    Replies: @anon, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    My read is that he was joking, but that she and the host took it as Alzheimer’s and/or saying the quiet part out loud.

    Regarding the latter: if such plans are afoot, it’s still an open question how much Joe knows about them. This is because it’s still an open question how united the factions are behind him – are the Kamalists planning a coup? – and it’s still an open question just how compos mentis Joe is.

    I personally think he’s still as sharp as he’s ever been for a few hours a day, and then he gets tired. You might say “sleepy” (once again, Trump hits the nail on the head)

    (Which is why it’s probably true that they altered Joe’s circadian rhythms for the debates, and that’s why nobody saw him much for the few weeks prior. They couldn’t risk amphetamines or experimental nootropics, whatever they are, on a guy Joe’s age: he might have had a stroke.)

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Barack, You lose me with the backing you think harris has. I think she is totally unelectable as a candidate for POTUS, even if she finishes out biden's first term. The real question would be or should be is who do the dems run in four years?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

  74. @Not Raul
    The Irish Wit. ☘️

    In Parliamentary Systems, if you have a fundamental disagreement with the PM, you’re expected to resign from cabinet.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    Irish Alzheimer’s: forgetting a grudge.

    Jewish Alzheimer’s: forgetting a sale.

    • Replies: @tyrone
    @Gary in Gramercy

    Redneck alzheimers: forgetting about your possum traps.

    , @Hibernian
    @Gary in Gramercy


    Irish Alzheimer’s: forgetting a grudge.
     
    It's remembering only the grudges. FIFY.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

  75. That’s right up there with the most sophisticated voter fraud organization in history (which turned out to be true).

  76. @Gary in Gramercy
    @Not Raul

    Irish Alzheimer's: forgetting a grudge.

    Jewish Alzheimer's: forgetting a sale.

    Replies: @tyrone, @Hibernian

    Redneck alzheimers: forgetting about your possum traps.

  77. @MEH 0910
    https://twitter.com/nypost/status/1334693512244305920

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin, @Sean, @Buffalo Joe, @Bubba

    Who the hell pulls on the tail of a dog unless he wants his arm ripped off!? What a dope!

    Ol’ Joe is just plain full of BS just like when he said, ” “if there’s ever a problem, just walk out on the balcony here, walk out and put that double-barrel shotgun and fire two blasts outside the house.” Syracuse Law School should revoke his degree for that illegal advice.

    And I’m surprised PETA hasn’t started protesting topless yet over this laughable lie.

  78. @SaneClownPosse
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Predictive programming of a planned future event.

    What are the odds that Biden resigns before the Inauguration due to his advanced dementia praecox?

    Seems like a probable event given the other improbable events that have occurred in 2020, and a fitting event to cap the 2020 Presidential Selection farce.

    The first woman POTUS and it all began when Harris got a little head start in politics.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Reg Cæsar, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Sane, before the inauguration, if I undrstand it correctly, harris is the sitting Senator from California. She doesn’t ascend to the throne until biden after he is inaugurated, therefore POTUS, steps down.

  79. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @slumber_j

    My read is that he was joking, but that she and the host took it as Alzheimer's and/or saying the quiet part out loud.

    Regarding the latter: if such plans are afoot, it's still an open question how much Joe knows about them. This is because it's still an open question how united the factions are behind him - are the Kamalists planning a coup? - and it's still an open question just how compos mentis Joe is.

    I personally think he's still as sharp as he's ever been for a few hours a day, and then he gets tired. You might say "sleepy" (once again, Trump hits the nail on the head)

    (Which is why it's probably true that they altered Joe's circadian rhythms for the debates, and that's why nobody saw him much for the few weeks prior. They couldn't risk amphetamines or experimental nootropics, whatever they are, on a guy Joe's age: he might have had a stroke.)

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe

    Barack, You lose me with the backing you think harris has. I think she is totally unelectable as a candidate for POTUS, even if she finishes out biden’s first term. The real question would be or should be is who do the dems run in four years?

    • Replies: @Jonathan Mason
    @Buffalo Joe

    Harris might look to be completely unelectable right now, but 4 years in the future it might look completely different if she matures in the role and is associated with policy successes.

    Remember that in 2015 Trump looked like a completely unelectable clown playing at presidential politics so as to promote his business and his brand name.

    But in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Prof. Woland, @epebble, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    , @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    @Buffalo Joe

    Harris is totally unelectable - her backing, such as it is, comes from a few shadowy power-brokers, and not particularly good ones, either.

    No Democrat running in 2020 was electable. Possibly none of them are: they've got a real problem with the mismatch between their base and the general population, so winning the primary might make you lose the general, and vice versa. It's a very difficult needle to thread, hence why the primary's been rigged at least the last two times.

    Any Democrat smart enough to be electable - and I refer here to both the frontman and his backers, not merely to the candidate - was also smart enough to see that 2020 was, if not unwinnable, then very difficult: Trump's popular, the Democrat base is on its period; why not sit this one out, and see what 2024 looks like? Maybe the RNC will reassert control and run Mitt Romney again.

    But...

    Not everyone in the Democratic party is smart. In fact, it seems like almost nobody is. Certainly, Kamala Harris is not smart, and her backers aren't either, unless they literally could find no-one else to represent them. Whatever political capital they spent getting her the VP slot was probably wasted, IMO.

    So, from their perspective, a coup against Biden might look like a pretty good idea. The enemy always gets a vote, even if he's a dumbass.

  80. She Might Have to Develop a Disease and Resign

    Like Herpes or Gonorrhea.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Prof. Woland

    Who would infect her?

    Roger Stone, as the price of a Presidential pardon?

  81. @epebble
    @Hibernian

    Hard to argue Carter paved the way for Clinton when there was a 12 year gap, end of Cold War, recession and Ross Perot in between. Iraq war and the 2008 economic collapse paved the way for Obama. Covid paved the way for Biden. All of his judges were appointed by mostly unanimous consent. Even if you ascribe an IQ of 1000 or 1 million to Carter, he could not have done any of the things alleged.

    Replies: @Hibernian, @RadicalCenter

    He paved the way for a series of increasingly Leftist administrations, interspersed with ineffective Republican ones, with the below the radar left wing junior to mid-level appointments I referenced. Leftists can be very patient (for which see the Vietnam War, the McCarthy Era, etc.) and they had homes in the bureaucracy, judiciary, academia, Congress, and state and local government, during the Republican years of 1981-93, 2001-09, and 2017-20.

  82. @Gary in Gramercy
    @Not Raul

    Irish Alzheimer's: forgetting a grudge.

    Jewish Alzheimer's: forgetting a sale.

    Replies: @tyrone, @Hibernian

    Irish Alzheimer’s: forgetting a grudge.

    It’s remembering only the grudges. FIFY.

    • Replies: @Gary in Gramercy
    @Hibernian

    My mother (of blessed memory, and very Jewish; think Sheila Brozlofski, Kyle's mom on South Park) was Irish?

    Who knew?

    Replies: @Hibernian

  83. @the one they call Desanex
    @jsm

    Vice President Kamala Devi Harris =

    Ms. Airhead knives a decrepit rival

    Dark meanie [or Mean darkie] shivs a decrepit rival

    Eek! Mad rani* shivs a decrepit rival

    *rani: a Hindu queen

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Ms. Airhead knives a decrepit rival

    Yes! Somebody agrees it’s knives, not knifes.

    Since you’re doing the anagrams, I’ll instead provide the quote of the week, courtesy of Indian PM Narendra Modi, and fully applicable in Silicon Valley and America’s newsrooms and polling places:

    “We are working with intentions as pure as the waters of the River Ganges…”

  84. @SaneClownPosse
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Predictive programming of a planned future event.

    What are the odds that Biden resigns before the Inauguration due to his advanced dementia praecox?

    Seems like a probable event given the other improbable events that have occurred in 2020, and a fitting event to cap the 2020 Presidential Selection farce.

    The first woman POTUS and it all began when Harris got a little head start in politics.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Reg Cæsar, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    his advanced dementia praecox

    In Joe’s case, it’s dementia postcox.

  85. I’m glad he won. Now I don’t have to listen to all the bitching about Trump all the time. I really don’t care who’s president. They are all, all, shall we say, compromised. To an extreme degree, let it be said.

  86. @Reg Cæsar
    @Achmed E. Newman


    Agreed, Mr. Pebble, about Jimmy Carter being (one of) the last moral politicians, or at least, Presidents
     
    He went all-in for the "Russian interference" scam in 2017. And was quick to congratulate Biden on his "win". It does make one wonder about his Carter Center's integrity.


    Back in flyover land, of which Atlanta is no longer a part:



    Shively mayor falls asleep in White Castle drive-thru, crashes car (note the byline!)


    https://i.ytimg.com/vi/F_Zqf0fE4lw/maxresdefault.jpg

    Replies: @duncsbaby

    From the article: “A late-night White Castle run went very wrong in the suburbs of Louisville on Tuesday.”

  87. @Achmed E. Newman
    Kamela aside, didn't Joe Biden just tell us that he'd have lied to the American people, when there would have been no reason at all he had to? Why not "we have a fundamental disagreement, and I'm resigning."

    I think these people are now under the impression that we are used to them lying regularly, expect it, and are A-OK with it. This guy has the Hillary lyin' gene. To hell with all of them.

    Replies: @epebble, @Buffalo Joe, @Jonathan Mason

    Usually politicians say that they are resigning to spend more time with their families, but in Biden’s case it is hard to imagine him spending more time with Hunter and the grandchildren going so he had to come up with an alternative.

    It has been perfectly obvious from the get-go that Biden was a stalking horse placeholder president, and that his vice president was the real candidate, so no surprises, joke or no joke.

    Obviously Biden will be resigning before the end of January so that Harris can take over the executive duties in the White House while Biden watches TV upstairs.

    The wonderful thing about democracy is it in government we have massive bureaucracies employing thousands of people run by people at the top who are complete amateurs, with no executive or administrative experience, but are chosen in the talent shows that we call elections.

    Simon Cowell could probably do a better job of holding an election and find more entertaining and better qualified candidates.

    It has always been said that politics is show business for ugly people, but it might be better to update the cliche and say that elections are a talent show for stupid people.

  88. @Buffalo Joe
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Barack, You lose me with the backing you think harris has. I think she is totally unelectable as a candidate for POTUS, even if she finishes out biden's first term. The real question would be or should be is who do the dems run in four years?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Harris might look to be completely unelectable right now, but 4 years in the future it might look completely different if she matures in the role and is associated with policy successes.

    Remember that in 2015 Trump looked like a completely unelectable clown playing at presidential politics so as to promote his business and his brand name.

    But in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King.

    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    @Jonathan Mason

    Jonathan, harris has no record as a senator and will have the agenda of the fringe far left to push. That agenda really doesn't play well with most Americans. biden-harris was a weak offering but Trump lost because he lacked character, see his petulant offerings daily on Twitter.

    , @Prof. Woland
    @Jonathan Mason

    Harris has the advantage of having big tech and the legacy media 100% behind her. In fact, there will be no separation and they are so powerful, they could make smoking popular again. They even made Obama’s Presidency ‘scandal free’ but they are not omnipotent. Trump had the opposite situation. He was popular but did not have the media on his side. If it were, he would have had 75% popularity like Putin and his Presidency would have probably been very different. Harris will struggle.

    She is inherently unlikeable. Even blacks don’t really like her and whites and non-blacks will sour on her very quickly and grow to hate her. The proof of this is that she had 2% popular support in the primaries and was the first candidate to wash out. People don’t warm up to her. She is an unlikable person, has an ugly voice, is a political lightweight, and will have a built in opposition from day one that will not give her the same reflexive deference and boundaries as they did for Obama. She will be like Sarah Palin on steroids.

    Worse, if she does become President, it will have been a result of mass vote cheating delegitimizing her to the point of zero respect and complete ridicule.

    As a result, she will be entirely dependent upon her party, media, donors, and big tech and will not deviate an inch from what it is they tell her to do.

    Whatever success she has will be entirely a result of big tech and if she loses their support or they lose their influence she will punished accordingly. She is just a placeholder in a symbiotic relationship with her betters where each party must desperately cling to the other. Google, FB, Twitter, etc. has developed a cartel which in effect has staked out a pale for the legacy media and the woke to inhabit and operate safely in but the barbarians outside can’t be conquered and they are at the gates.

    The King is dead. Long live the Illegitimate Whore.

    , @epebble
    @Jonathan Mason

    George H.W. Bush was weak sauce himself and managed to ride the coattails of Reagan era of good feelings. Gore, no genius in spite of inventing internet and global warming, won popular vote and would have decisively won EC vote but for Lewinsky affair. If things work out well during 2021-24, it is Harris's to lose. Corpse Biden won 7+ million more votes than sitting president; No republican candidate for president has won popular vote after 2004.

    But on the opposite side, things won't be well; too many things have gone wrong to return to 2019. Also, McConnell is a political genius and can be trusted to see that Biden administration fails. Keep watching how he suddenly turns around and becomes a deficit hawk on Jan 21, 2021 and freezes Biden in cement.

    , @Boy the way Glenn Miller played
    @Jonathan Mason


    Harris might look to be completely unelectable right now, but 4 years in the future it might look completely different if she matures in the role and is associated with policy successes.
     
    Or blows half of the country. Both are equally likely.
  89. @Ron Mexico
    @rebel yell

    What are his vote totals up to now? 80 million? Lots of dead people, residents of abandoned lots, 11 month olds, multiple state voters, 3am vote counters, Chinese techs, etc. voted for Sleepy Joe. How dare you question his likeability. That is not who we are.

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason

    The idea of dead people voting seems to be unpopular in certain circles, but the dead hand of the founding fathers still has an influence on elections.

    Anyway is there any evidence that more dead people voted for Biden than for Trump? You would expect it to level out. And if people died in the interval between casting their postal vote and the date of the election, wouldn’t you expect that to work out equally on both sides?

    In the exam that you have to take to become a US citizen, one of the questions refers to the fact that the most important duty of a citizen is to vote, so who can blame dead people for erring on the side of caution in completing their civil duties?

  90. @Mr. Anon
    @Gary in Gramercy


    So we may expect him to announce, sometime in the not-too-distant future: “I have Bright’s disease, and he has mine.” (S.J. Perelman)
     
    When was the last time that anybody in public life said something that was truly funny and witty? We used to have people like Perelman, Fred Allen, George Burns. Even Richard Nixon, Bob Dole and Henry Kissinger would occasionally, spontaneously even, say something witty.

    Nowadays, comics aren't funny, and politicians speak only in the most banal cliches. People in public life today seem to be such dullards.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Old Prude, @JohnnyWalker123, @sayless

    Barney Frank, circa 1989: “So the politicians are corrupt. Well. The voters are no bargain either.”

  91. @Barack Obama's secret Unz account
    I read this as Biden saying he'd do the same if he disagreed with Kamala.

    Hard to tell with the senile.

    And of course it goes without saying that a proper journalist would've asked Biden to clarify what he meant there. ("I was joking." "But you just said 'All kidding aside'.")

    Replies: @The Last Real Calvinist, @ScarletNumber, @slumber_j, @SaneClownPosse, @Jonathan Mason

    Biden’s remark was actually a quote from his predecessor William Henry Harrison, who allegedly caught pneumonia at the inauguration and died 31 days later.

    Hopefully Biden will not go the way of Julius Caesar who was the victim of backstabbing by a Senator in early March.

    • LOL: Hibernian
  92. @Frank McGar
    Even though he appears to be joking, from now on I'm going to take everything Joe says literally, regardless of context or tone. Turnabout being fair play and all.

    Replies: @jsm, @Twodees Partain

    Even though he appears to be joking, from now on I’m going to take everything Joe says literally, regardless of context or tone.

    In this case, it pays to understand that Joe did disagree with Barry once, and he got Alzheimers, but forgot to resign. He has forgotten all this, or he wouldn’t have mentioned it.

  93. @Prof. Woland

    She Might Have to Develop a Disease and Resign
     
    Like Herpes or Gonorrhea.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    Who would infect her?

    Roger Stone, as the price of a Presidential pardon?

  94. @Jonathan Mason
    @Buffalo Joe

    Harris might look to be completely unelectable right now, but 4 years in the future it might look completely different if she matures in the role and is associated with policy successes.

    Remember that in 2015 Trump looked like a completely unelectable clown playing at presidential politics so as to promote his business and his brand name.

    But in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Prof. Woland, @epebble, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Jonathan, harris has no record as a senator and will have the agenda of the fringe far left to push. That agenda really doesn’t play well with most Americans. biden-harris was a weak offering but Trump lost because he lacked character, see his petulant offerings daily on Twitter.

  95. @Hibernian
    @Gary in Gramercy


    Irish Alzheimer’s: forgetting a grudge.
     
    It's remembering only the grudges. FIFY.

    Replies: @Gary in Gramercy

    My mother (of blessed memory, and very Jewish; think Sheila Brozlofski, Kyle’s mom on South Park) was Irish?

    Who knew?

    • Replies: @Hibernian
    @Gary in Gramercy

    I think it's a multicultural phenomenon.

  96. @Jonathan Mason
    @Buffalo Joe

    Harris might look to be completely unelectable right now, but 4 years in the future it might look completely different if she matures in the role and is associated with policy successes.

    Remember that in 2015 Trump looked like a completely unelectable clown playing at presidential politics so as to promote his business and his brand name.

    But in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Prof. Woland, @epebble, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Harris has the advantage of having big tech and the legacy media 100% behind her. In fact, there will be no separation and they are so powerful, they could make smoking popular again. They even made Obama’s Presidency ‘scandal free’ but they are not omnipotent. Trump had the opposite situation. He was popular but did not have the media on his side. If it were, he would have had 75% popularity like Putin and his Presidency would have probably been very different. Harris will struggle.

    She is inherently unlikeable. Even blacks don’t really like her and whites and non-blacks will sour on her very quickly and grow to hate her. The proof of this is that she had 2% popular support in the primaries and was the first candidate to wash out. People don’t warm up to her. She is an unlikable person, has an ugly voice, is a political lightweight, and will have a built in opposition from day one that will not give her the same reflexive deference and boundaries as they did for Obama. She will be like Sarah Palin on steroids.

    Worse, if she does become President, it will have been a result of mass vote cheating delegitimizing her to the point of zero respect and complete ridicule.

    As a result, she will be entirely dependent upon her party, media, donors, and big tech and will not deviate an inch from what it is they tell her to do.

    Whatever success she has will be entirely a result of big tech and if she loses their support or they lose their influence she will punished accordingly. She is just a placeholder in a symbiotic relationship with her betters where each party must desperately cling to the other. Google, FB, Twitter, etc. has developed a cartel which in effect has staked out a pale for the legacy media and the woke to inhabit and operate safely in but the barbarians outside can’t be conquered and they are at the gates.

    The King is dead. Long live the Illegitimate Whore.

  97. @Jonathan Mason
    @Buffalo Joe

    Harris might look to be completely unelectable right now, but 4 years in the future it might look completely different if she matures in the role and is associated with policy successes.

    Remember that in 2015 Trump looked like a completely unelectable clown playing at presidential politics so as to promote his business and his brand name.

    But in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Prof. Woland, @epebble, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    George H.W. Bush was weak sauce himself and managed to ride the coattails of Reagan era of good feelings. Gore, no genius in spite of inventing internet and global warming, won popular vote and would have decisively won EC vote but for Lewinsky affair. If things work out well during 2021-24, it is Harris’s to lose. Corpse Biden won 7+ million more votes than sitting president; No republican candidate for president has won popular vote after 2004.

    But on the opposite side, things won’t be well; too many things have gone wrong to return to 2019. Also, McConnell is a political genius and can be trusted to see that Biden administration fails. Keep watching how he suddenly turns around and becomes a deficit hawk on Jan 21, 2021 and freezes Biden in cement.

  98. @Jonathan Mason
    @Buffalo Joe

    Harris might look to be completely unelectable right now, but 4 years in the future it might look completely different if she matures in the role and is associated with policy successes.

    Remember that in 2015 Trump looked like a completely unelectable clown playing at presidential politics so as to promote his business and his brand name.

    But in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is King.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Prof. Woland, @epebble, @Boy the way Glenn Miller played

    Harris might look to be completely unelectable right now, but 4 years in the future it might look completely different if she matures in the role and is associated with policy successes.

    Or blows half of the country. Both are equally likely.

  99. @Buffalo Joe
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Barack, You lose me with the backing you think harris has. I think she is totally unelectable as a candidate for POTUS, even if she finishes out biden's first term. The real question would be or should be is who do the dems run in four years?

    Replies: @Jonathan Mason, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Harris is totally unelectable – her backing, such as it is, comes from a few shadowy power-brokers, and not particularly good ones, either.

    No Democrat running in 2020 was electable. Possibly none of them are: they’ve got a real problem with the mismatch between their base and the general population, so winning the primary might make you lose the general, and vice versa. It’s a very difficult needle to thread, hence why the primary’s been rigged at least the last two times.

    Any Democrat smart enough to be electable – and I refer here to both the frontman and his backers, not merely to the candidate – was also smart enough to see that 2020 was, if not unwinnable, then very difficult: Trump’s popular, the Democrat base is on its period; why not sit this one out, and see what 2024 looks like? Maybe the RNC will reassert control and run Mitt Romney again.

    But…

    Not everyone in the Democratic party is smart. In fact, it seems like almost nobody is. Certainly, Kamala Harris is not smart, and her backers aren’t either, unless they literally could find no-one else to represent them. Whatever political capital they spent getting her the VP slot was probably wasted, IMO.

    So, from their perspective, a coup against Biden might look like a pretty good idea. The enemy always gets a vote, even if he’s a dumbass.

  100. @SaneClownPosse
    @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    Predictive programming of a planned future event.

    What are the odds that Biden resigns before the Inauguration due to his advanced dementia praecox?

    Seems like a probable event given the other improbable events that have occurred in 2020, and a fitting event to cap the 2020 Presidential Selection farce.

    The first woman POTUS and it all began when Harris got a little head start in politics.

    Replies: @Buffalo Joe, @Reg Cæsar, @Barack Obama's secret Unz account

    If Biden’s actually demented, then why’s he trusted with the “predictive programming” script?

    If Biden’s not demented, why’s he resigning for Harris?

    If the DNC actually had a chance in 2020, why did they run such zilches in the primaries?

    Biden and Harris were sacrificial lambs, the only ones dumb enough or desperate enough to put their name on the vote fraud.

    Trump most likely takes office in 2021, or else he (or some other Trumpist) takes office in 2024: the people will not be denied, and the nitwits that think they can get away with Kamala Harris as president do not have the political skill to mollify them.

  101. @Sean
    @MEH 0910

    Black dogs are oft-times not adopted from shelters (because people think they will be difficult to control). What does the rescue dog Biden picked say about his judgement,

    https://i.guim.co.uk/img/media/2b2eb60e68853ff2b03ca3c5502e708a0a9c9981/0_0_921_1197/master/921.jpg?width=620&quality=85&auto=format&fit=max&s=2a289649ff31c3b8f5dccbebf53fc9de

    The bone fracture seems very ominous. Biden’s Body Mass Index is only 24, he has no reserves and any illness is going to leave him dangerously underweight. My bet is he looks tired and drawn at his inauguration on January 20. I think he is going to be in the White House for less time than anyone thinks possible.

    Replies: @RadicalCenter

    I think they will try to wait till Jan. 21, 2023 to remove Biden (by resignation or due to incompetency). That way, Harris would serve less than two years to finish Biden’s term.

    The 22nd Amendment to the US Constitution permits someone to be elected to the presidency twice, so long as they haven’t served more than two years of the prior president’s term before that.

    So Harris could run for president in her own right in both 2024 and 2028. Watch her pick a white Mexican VP and win at least once, even though most Dems don’t like or trust her. Demographics and time are on her side.

    • Replies: @Sean
    @RadicalCenter

    Biden has never said he will not run again, and I think he is showing signs of being not all that good for his age mentally, though to be a success at being President he would need to be incredible for 78. Old and showing signs of recklessness then, not on Twitter : in real life. If his general systemic health holds out I expect him to get quietly out of control, then run again and lose against a not completely white Republican. I am certain he is carefully forestalling any attempt to remove him before the election, on all but the most undeniable medical grounds. I don't see how could he be made to resign for something subtle when he was elected by the people in full knowledge of his age.

    He is already saying that he does not think Harris can disagree with him and remain as President-in-waiting. Granted he cannot remove her as VP, but he can undermine her to the extent she will not succeed him if he chooses to do so . She never had children which is not going to be an asset for a woman. Just being a woman is hardly an asset going by Hillary's shocking failures against Obama and Trump. She may become the female Dan Quayle and be so stressed that her physical and mental health suffers.

  102. @Jim Don Bob
    @Anonymous

    The weird thing is the the senator sponsoring this is Mike Lee (Asswipe-Utah). Since when are people in Utah hot to import Indians to code at the FANGs?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @RadicalCenter

    Utah Republicans are largely conformist pussies.

  103. @epebble
    @Hibernian

    Hard to argue Carter paved the way for Clinton when there was a 12 year gap, end of Cold War, recession and Ross Perot in between. Iraq war and the 2008 economic collapse paved the way for Obama. Covid paved the way for Biden. All of his judges were appointed by mostly unanimous consent. Even if you ascribe an IQ of 1000 or 1 million to Carter, he could not have done any of the things alleged.

    Replies: @Hibernian, @RadicalCenter

    Covid didn’t do much, let alone pave the way for biden.

    Brutal economy-wrecking inhuman lockdowns by Governors and Mayors, Dems most of all, paved the way for many of the dimwitted sheeple to blame trump for the lockdown destruction.

    Then mass fraud put harris/biden allegedly over the top.

  104. @Gary in Gramercy
    @Hibernian

    My mother (of blessed memory, and very Jewish; think Sheila Brozlofski, Kyle's mom on South Park) was Irish?

    Who knew?

    Replies: @Hibernian

    I think it’s a multicultural phenomenon.

  105. @RadicalCenter
    @Sean

    I think they will try to wait till Jan. 21, 2023 to remove Biden (by resignation or due to incompetency). That way, Harris would serve less than two years to finish Biden’s term.

    The 22nd Amendment to the US Constitution permits someone to be elected to the presidency twice, so long as they haven’t served more than two years of the prior president’s term before that.

    So Harris could run for president in her own right in both 2024 and 2028. Watch her pick a white Mexican VP and win at least once, even though most Dems don’t like or trust her. Demographics and time are on her side.

    Replies: @Sean

    Biden has never said he will not run again, and I think he is showing signs of being not all that good for his age mentally, though to be a success at being President he would need to be incredible for 78. Old and showing signs of recklessness then, not on Twitter : in real life. If his general systemic health holds out I expect him to get quietly out of control, then run again and lose against a not completely white Republican. I am certain he is carefully forestalling any attempt to remove him before the election, on all but the most undeniable medical grounds. I don’t see how could he be made to resign for something subtle when he was elected by the people in full knowledge of his age.

    He is already saying that he does not think Harris can disagree with him and remain as President-in-waiting. Granted he cannot remove her as VP, but he can undermine her to the extent she will not succeed him if he chooses to do so . She never had children which is not going to be an asset for a woman. Just being a woman is hardly an asset going by Hillary’s shocking failures against Obama and Trump. She may become the female Dan Quayle and be so stressed that her physical and mental health suffers.

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