On behalf of the indentured servants of Stately Blaska Manor, the unlettered field hands at Blaska Experimental Work Farm (and Penal Colony), and the gray labcoats at Blaska Policy Werkes (and Tanning Salon), the Head Groundskeeper hereabouts wishes all a happy Thanksgiving, lots of turkey and cranberries, and many blessings. Remember the poor souls in Waukesha, pray for the sick, and show compassion for our … acquaintances afflicted by the curse of progressivism.
MIP! MIP! MIP! *
(* Most Immunized Player)
The incredible shrinking
“President Biden’s Georgia speech is a break point. He thought he was merely appealing to his base. He might have united the rest of the country against him. … The over-the-top language of the speech made him seem more emotional, less competent. … They have no idea how they sound to the non-left, so they have no idea when they are damaging themselves.
“But this week in Georgia Mr. Biden damaged himself. And strengthened, and may even have taken a step in unifying, the non-Democrats who are among their countrymen, and who are in fact the majority of them.” — Peggy Noonan.
“I think millions of Americans have become very demoralized — they’re asking, what do the Democrats stand for? Clearly, the current strategy is failing and we need a major course correction.” — Sen. Bernie Sanders.
“It seems like the Democrats can’t get out of their own way.” — U.S. Rep Tim Ryan, D-Ohio.
Others say that as President, Mr. Biden has fallen out of step with many voters by focusing on issues like climate change and voting rights. — New York Times.
Mitch McConnell gives what for
Don’t get brazen
with me, socialist!