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  1. 1 day ago on Clay Jones

    You’re probably correct. I have no idea what the best option or course of action is for democrats. I am quite sure that all Trump has to do is … nothing. That would be HIS best option: a course of inaction.

  2. 1 day ago on Walt Handelsman

    Maybe it should be named “The Heretic Foundation”? Or better, “The Heretic Fundament”?

  3. 1 day ago on Walt Handelsman

    That statement applies only to the right-wing Gang of Six on the SCOTUS bench.

  4. 1 day ago on Clay Jones

    ’m not so sure that Biden can win the election. I’m not saying that another person would have a better chance of defeating the Trump/GOP/MAGA folks machine either.

    There are both Biden’s present headwinds, and the undertow of the right-wing skewed EC to contend with. Any other democratic candidate will have the same headwinds.

    I suppose that you recall the ‘68 Democratic convention. But that was in the face of much larger divisions — principally Vietnam, and the RFK assassination in June, race relations, and LBJ’s surprise withdrawal in the spring — than this time around. I wonder that the democrats might be more cerebral and unified this time if Biden steps down, frees up his delegates, and allows the party to debate about and then select another candidate. Trump is a much greater threat than Nixon was and it seems like it would be easier to unify now than in ’68 — if there is a viable candidate to support.

  5. 1 day ago on Rob Rogers

    Don’t let go, Donny.

  6. 1 day ago on Clay Jones

    Murphy’s Law, corollary 421: “Things tend toward the rotten.”

  7. 1 day ago on Walt Handelsman

    Look at the bright side. Our good friend, the well known, respected, and admired Jack7528, will have carte blanche to stew in his own juice.

  8. 1 day ago on Jeff Danziger

    Hey, Trump is the P-U-R-R-FECT candidate for the MAGA folks.

    The MAGA folks think — no, they believe (they don’t think and that’s precisely their main problem) — that Trump and the GOP will leave them alone to do what they want, power up a perfect economy, kill off all government regulation, lower taxes for them again (that’s a good one), execute NATO, give Ukraine and Europe to Putin, and open the way to Heaven on Earth in our time.

  9. 1 day ago on Tim Campbell

    That’s plenty for the MAGA folks.

  10. 1 day ago on Clay Jones

    As I’ve observed for years now, the bottom has been out of the barrel since the late ‘60s for the Democrats, and since the 50’s for the GOP. Ike and Obama, and to a greater extent now than at the time, Carter are exceptions. Clinton was rather like Evan Bayh here in Indiana: something of a republican in democrat’s clothing.

    Biden’s first term has been productive, despite democratic semi-chaos, GOP stonewalling, and the Gang of Six on the SCOTUS bench. But Biden should have held to his earlier intention to be a one term president; he and the democrats should have spent the last 4 years working hammer and tongs to develop an viable, electable, replacement for himself. But then the Senate should have convicted Trump, too. As it is we have a choice — reasonable, rational folks would think the term “choice” risible — between Trump (the fascist toady to the NRA, amoral corporation bosses, the Bible Bashers, Putin, and most of all to his own perverse self) and Biden. I hear the echo of Churchill now: “Some chicken. Some neck.” But it’s the collective neck of all of us which the GOP holds on the chopping block. Truly, the MAGA folks will give Trump, if the skewed EC elects him (majority or no) the hatchet that he and the GOP will wield to chop off their — our — heads.