OR, another way to look at it:
72 million (and maybe a few more) voted to reject both the portrayal of Trump & Co. as “fascists” (when the REAL “Fascists” are the ones ironically calling themselves “antifa” while employing the precise same strategies employed by the followers of Mussolini and Hitler), and the bundle of financially ruinous socialistic policy proposals both openly and clandestinely endorsed by Biden and Harris.
Any campaign whatsoever is going to present their platform in the most positive and inoffensive terms possible.There are two problems with using Biden’s campaign shtick: 1) he presents no way to pay for all these promises, and 2) anyone with common sense can see that Biden is simply a placeholder for a back-door installation of Harris—so Harris’ platform is what needs to be examined, not Biden’s. To my personal view, any platform that promises more reliance upon government as a provider is inherently “socialistic” even if not fitting the definition of government owning the means of production or whatever.
This, of course, all properly prepares him, decades later, for overhyped, overpromising politicians that are long on sales pitch and promise to make your life so much better, and are woefully disappointing at best in reality.
Then again, this IS Lemont, who never seems to learn such lessons……
By definition, if you actually WANT the job of National Scapegoat, you are a psychopath.
We have been given the choice between two Satans by the two major parties. One nasty, churlish guy that screws us over logistically and appearance-wise; one nice, smiling, senile old dolt that will usher in a Socialist-leaning replacement that would destroy our economic future.
Voting for the lesser of two evils is still voting to condone evil.
Well, you see, the alternative would be not only to have the strip die with Schulz, but also the merchandising, reuse rights, etc.
Then we’d have another Calvin & Hobbes scenario.
They can HAVE him.
ORANGE MAN BAD!!!!!!!!! IT HAS TO BE HIS FAULT!!!!!!!!
You have multiple days to vote. Many, MANY days, if you’re even talking about it now.
My firm prediction is that by next week—still over a week early—the lines will have disappeared, and election workers will be paid to be ored and playing Candy Crush on their phones.
Besides which, he’s in a major city. The election boards in MOST U.S. cities, even those that force bipartisanship, are overwhelmingly Democrat-controlled. So if there are long lines………… whose fault is it, again?