Attention Robin Vos and Scott Fitzgerald: you are wrecking the brand with your rewriting the election. Republicans are the good-government people, remember? You cannot turn back time. This is no time for scorched earth.
What voter fraud?
Time to acknowledge that the “myth of voter fraud” is, itself, a Democrat(ic) myth: (from CNN, of all sources!):
As North Carolina officials investigate allegations that absentee ballots were tampered with in a tight congressional race, a review of some of those ballots revealed many were signed by the same small group of people — some of whom are connected to a longtime operative working for the Republican candidate’s campaign.
North Carolina requires witnesses to sign absentee ballots. Usually, those witnesses are family members or friends. But a set of 161 absentee ballots for the 9th Congressional District obtained by CNN on Monday showed that the same nine people signed at least 10 absentee ballots each.
What happened to the light when I turned off the wall switch? Where did that light go? Einstein could probably tell me, not that we would understand. But what is time (really)?
Scientist Joseph Palazzo suggests that motion is fundamental and time is a convenient mental construct devised to measure motion. His book is Everything is matter moving through space. Which, if we understand, means that the light from that wall switch is back there.
Quote of the day — from James Parker in a NY Times review of the autobiography of Roger Daltrey (he of The Who), Thanks a lot, Mr. Kibblewhite. It’s dedicated to his abusive British headmaster. (Aren’t they all?)
God bless the evil headmasters: the deformers, the belittlers, the squashers of dreams, the ones who leave their oppressed subjects in such a condition of churning anonymous rage that the only possible remedy, post-school, is greatness.
For some reason, we hear Emma Lazarus in that.
Even the NY Times gets the connection! Maurice Isserman in his NY Times review of Wasn’t That a Time, a chronicle of the proto-folk group, The Weavers, which included that commie shill Pete Seeger.
[The author] asserts that there was never a case of Soviet espionage that “bore any connections to the American Communist Party,” something no serious history of the party maintains after three decades of post-cold war revelations from archives in Moscow and Washington.
The last of the Greatest Generation
The politics of hate from our … acquaintances
At least they are being true to type. That would be the socialists at The Nation, which spews this kind of agitprop the day before #41’s funeral:
George H.W. Bush, icon of the WASP establishment
— and of brutal US Repression in the Third World;
Obituaries have transformed the terror that Bush inflicted,
depicting it as heroism.
Hear the casual class warfare? One Nation reader tries to link #41 to the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan! (“He and Barbara invited John’s parents to dinner in their home the night before John Hinckley …”) Nice going, Nation readers. We expect nothing less of you. No, we’re not going to link this crap.
Blaska’s Bottom Line: The Nation and the hard Left have never forgiven Bush for bringing down the Berlin Wall.