The extreme arrogance and hubris that is continuously radiated by characters such as these is due to this: they now realize that they allowed throughout their lifetime the circumstances to exist that brought us to this moment; that they failed in their own eyes to prevent the problems that are before us now; but instead of simply stepping aside, acknowledging the truth, and getting out of the way, leaving it clear for others to do the necessary work, they entrench themselves, embittered, and seek to pretend that the problems couldn’t have been prevented, or that they are not as bad as they seem, or that they are beyond the ability of others to solve, or that they are unsolvable by anyone, or, lastly, that they don’t even exist.
The CBC’s allegations are “absurd and more about protecting incumbency over democracy,” a Justice Democrats source said.
It seems like the Establishment Democrats, even the most historically disenfranchised ones, are content to ease back and be satisfied with the scraps on the table.
How about aiming for the moon instead??? 🙂🌛
Yes, it might seem obvious that Uncle Joe Biden is already our next anointed one and you can check out of this mess and go to bed already.
But by delegating actual, deliberate thought and action to these stunningly moronic poll-jockeys you are abdicating your right and abandoning your responsibility as a being who is consuming air and other shared resources that could possibly be better utilized elsewhere…. 🙂 But maybe you could decide to do it differently this time (yeah!) and research what is important to you (heck yeah!), figure out which candidate best fits that profile (holy guacamole, yeah!), and then cast your one, single, solitary vote (BOOM).
That would feel very rewarding, wouldn’t it??? 🙂💜
CNN.com: Mississippi gubernatorial candidate stands by refusal to allow female
reporter to interview him alone, which she says is ‘sexism’.
Poor guy. Maybe it would help if she would cover herself up also?
Aziz Ansari: Right Now https://g.co/kgs/gNYYia
This was awesome.
Neoliberal pundits want to write-off Bernie Sanders, again. That’s no surprise