Let the bloodbath begin!

You know, ‘the thing’

The indentured servants at the Stately Manor are wrapping fresh tin foil around the b&w Philco’s rabbit ears … they are so watching the debate tonight (09-29-2020). … Chris Wallace will ask the hard questions.

⇒ To Sleepy Joe: Is Amy Coney Barrett’s religious belief fair game?

⇒ To Trump: What is your net worth and — if the NY Times is wrong — how much taxes have you paid?

⇒ Trump to Biden: When do you have to be back at the home?

Babylon Bee predicts Trump’s winning strategy for the debates: allow Biden to talk for the full 90 minutes.

The case for accepting defeat on Roe

What has the Right been saying for the past 47 years? Faced with a sixth conservative justice in Amy Coney Barrett, our … acquaintances are forced to drop their face masks. “Maybe it is time to face the fact that abortion access will be fought for in legislatures, not courts,” writes a contributor to the (failing) New York Times.

Often forgotten is that R.B.G. herself had decided that Roe was a mistake. In 1992, she gave a lecture musing that the country might be better off if the Supreme Court had written a narrower decision and opened up a “dialogue” with state legislatures, which were trending “toward liberalization of abortion statutes” (to quote the Roe court).

Roe “halted a political process that was moving in a reform direction and thereby, I believe, prolonged divisiveness and deferred stable settlement of the issue,” Justice Ginsburg argued. In the process, “a well-organized and vocal right-to-life movement rallied and succeeded, for a considerable time, in turning the legislative tide in the opposite direction.”

What Ginsburg called Roe’s “divisiveness” was instrumental in the rise of the American right. — Law prof Joan C. Williams. 

Ann of Althouse on Trump’s taxes: 

“I read the whole [New York Times editorial], and here’s what bothers me. First, they suggest that there are too many loopholes in the tax code that rich people take advantage of. …”

It makes me think of my old law school tax professor who liked to say that a tax return is an offer and you see if the government accepts it or makes a counteroffer. Trump made his offer in 2010, and the government accepted it, and sent him $72.9 million refund but also kept investigating. It’s 10 years later, and they’re still hovering over him, threatening to take it back — with interest and penalties.

The NYT … speaks of “the profound inequities of the tax code,” but the editors never get around to proposing eliminating loopholes and complexity. Why not? Is it because what they want is to get Trump, and changing the law prospectively is irrelevant to that goal?

The dogma is strong with this one

Letter from Trump’s EPA to California Gov. Gavin Newsom, who announced a ban on gasoline-powered vehicles in 15 years:

“California’s record of rolling blackouts — unprecedented in size and scope — coupled with recent requests to neighboring states for power begs the question of how you expect to run an electric car fleet that will come with significant increases in electricity demand when you can’t even keep the lights on today.”

Do YOU think Trump will go kinder and gentler tonightor loaded for bear Biden?

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16 Responses to Let the bloodbath begin!

  1. Bob Dorn says:

    Or how about the taxes that Hunter Biden paid on his $3.5 million windfall for the real Russian collusion…

    Liked by 4 people

  2. Gary Kriewald says:

    Hope they remembered to double Joe’s dose of Prevagen today.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Balboa says:

    Pretty Sure Joe will be able to handle himself well enough for 2 hours, it is like muscle memory to these career politicians. He handles himself very well on stage but if he tries interrupt Trump and like he did towards weak sauced Paul Ryan in 2012 this may become an all out brawl of mud slinging. In the end, they will both get their zingers in because at this point the debate is essentially a formality.


  4. Batman says:

    Like a race horse on race day; jabbering Joe will be so jacked-up on meds he’ll be at risk of overdosing if Wallace (as he is prone to do) tenaciously drills down on poorly answered questions thereby elevating Joe’s anxiety to dangerously high levels and then Wallace will be known as the reporter who murdered a proglibocrat on national television.
    Must see TV.

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  5. Amos Roe says:

    I honestly think that the Babylon Bee’s “report” of what Trumps’s debate strategy should be makes total sense. If only his real-life strategists were creative enough to do that. The videos are out there, and the total corruption of the Democratic Party/mainstream media at this point is plain for everyone to see.

    The inhumanity is out there too, starting with Jill Biden’s personal story of elder abuse in allowing her husband to be used this way. Yes, it’s funny one way, but also profoundly sad.

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  6. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    DementiaJoe’s crack team AGREED to allow his ears to be checked for any electronic devises several days ago.

    Funniest thing; they’ve now CHANGED THEIR MINDS!!!

    After Joe Biden’s Campaign Agreed To An Inspection For Electronic Earpieces, His Crew Is Now Rejecting.

    Probably nothing to it…right…?

    The Gotch

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    • richard lesiak says:

      News straight from the Qanon website I see.


    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      It’s painfully clear that the only demographic more slobberingly idiotic than DementiaJoe himself is his lock-steppin’ glassy eyin’ unquestionin’ Cannon Fodder followers.

      If there is something in there, it’s main purpose would be to prevent a cross-breeze through the empty crevasse which would create a wind tunnel whistling affect.

      The Gotch


  7. Ron Mancini says:

    Lots of Proud Boys here…and the ever incompetent Althaus!


  8. Balboa says:

    Well, that was what I thought it would be just plain awful!


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