Sunday, February 28, 2016

We’ve Been Cursed To Live In Interesting Times

So, I guess Hillary won South Carolina resoundingly:

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With all the grace and felicity of a falling piano, Hillary Clinton flattened Bernie Sanders in South Carolina.

It wasn't even close. Clinton demolished Sanders, obliterating him by nearly 50 points, 73.5 percent to 26 percent. This was far and away the most dominating primary or caucus victory for any candidate of either party in this 2016 race. – The Week

So the Democratic machine seems to be operating at peak efficiency again, capable of ramming their designated hitter down the throats of the loyal electorate.

The establishment in the other camp continues to experience problems promoting their favorite pony-of-the-day,


and they blame you:

Star-struck, low-information celebrity cultists will vote for Trump under any circumstances because they do not know any better and do not care. For them, Trump is whatever they want him to be, and they will never change their minds.The Federalist

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Sounds to me like “somebody” still doesn’t “get it.” Which explains the rumors “they” are floating of Romney coming out of the shadows to tilt at more windmills. Are they really that desperate? Apparently so:

The rest of us, however, have a much more difficult choice to make. Will we really oppose Trump to the point of accepting any alternative, including Hillary Clinton?…

Hillary Clinton Is Despicable, But Trump Is Worse.

My hands almost could not type those words, because I think Hillary Clinton is one of the worst human beings in American politics. She has few principles that I can discern, other than her firm conviction that she deserves the Oval Office for enabling and then defending her sexually neurotic husband. She lies as easily as the rest of us breathe. She has compromised national security through sheer laziness at best, and corrupt intent at worst. If elected, she will enrich Wall Street and raid the public coffers while preaching hateful doctrines of identity politics to distract America’s poor and working classes. - The Federalist

Oh well, sure. That should fix everything.

We’ve been condemned to live in interesting times, probably forevermore. I blame Obama. And Apple.

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