Is it the least relevant event of the next couple of years or will the succeeding ones be even more so? The eight
contestants are a
pretty decent guy
really good governor
the commies fear as much as Trump, one of the
most pathetic governors
of any state in recent memory, an
ethnically appropriate candidate
according to the left but a neocon, the
former vice president
who would sell his soul as quickly as anyone but
is motivated more by hatred for Trump than anything else,
another corrupt former governor
who is motivated almost entirely by Trump-hatred,
who seems pretty decent but doesn't have what it takes to get the
nomination, much less win the election, and finally a guy who is
pretty smart and articulate
- dare I say clean as well - who has consistency issues.
The hilarious thing is Trump, who didn't bother to attend is probably being watched by more people than are watching the debate
as he does an interview with Tucker Carlson. Carlson is scary smart and certainly in the top five of those the commies fear.
Of course Tucker's audience is the more intelligent and informed, the debate-watchers being largely
who actually think another
untainted election is possible. If the next president is a dim the Republic is a republic in name only. But if even 10% of
the 70 million watching Tucker's interview tonight are the ones who won't go quietly they'll make it interesting. My guess is
it'll be nasty and the bad guys won't win. Whether the winners are as vindictive as they should be remains to be seen.
In other news, Putin's chef
is rumored to have paid the price for his folly, but no confirmation yet. The upcoming
is getting resistance right off the bat. We'll see how that works out. It's good to be in a safe state, really safe as the
pathetic governor referenced above is no longer here, but you can count on the
to go nuts, so no visiting industry
facilities without the face diaper. How others will react remains to be seen, but I would guess that at least part of the private
sector will opt out.