Mar 5Liked by David Kurtz

Sadly, no, we haven't hit rock bottom but a great way to frame the news for today. I think we need an autocracy clock. How close are we to midnight? (Like the concerned scientists have for nuclear armegeedon).

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Whew, depressing collection today. The moose-musher story was a nice antidote though. 😆

The courts are not, and never were, going to keep Trump from winning the election. On the positive side, these court decisions will force people's attention and energy to the election and what we need to do to re-elect Biden.

I am resolved to not pay as much attention to the trials, trial dates, potential witnesses, legal experts, etc. as I had been. I'm focusing 100% on the Election and helping Biden.

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Republicans are still, after all this time, trying to crush everything Obama. Just as a warning if you actually buy an insurance policy that does not provide disease screening free, they likely will not cover the disease if you get it.

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To quote the late, great actor William Bendix as Chester A. Riley: "What a revoltin' development this is!"

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2 million bucks Weissleberg got to seal his lips. He's getting another 5 mos at Rikers. Hope its been worth it.

As for SCOTUS, did anyone really expect them to rule

differently, aside from their

little tid bits on the 14th amendment. At least they


sign still plugged in.

When Dems take back the

house and keep the senate

and presidency, we'll need to

tweak the 14th, expand

the court and make sure

some changes are made

to their "ethics' and term

limit them. 😉

Primary Tuesday in my red

state. I VOTED BLUE up and

down ballot and chose Joesph Biden for President

in November

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Karma for Pompous Pompeo for what he did to Marie Yavonovitch 💥

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Continuing from yesterday, found an answer maybe to my query. Apparently Willis’ DQ is based on the assumption that Willis was using public monies to Wade as part of a kickback scheme. Note that “apparently “ is doing some heavy lifting. For one thing, there’s no proof that I’ve seen that Wade is not earning the money. And assuming that the relationship started before Wade was hired by Willis, maybe the money actually involved was necessitated by the adultery with nothing to do with any taxpayer monies.

So while the misuse of taxpayer money is hypothetically possible, it seems that the proof of that is lacking. At least I’ve seen none.

As for Anderson, that it’s probably not for a state to say that a candidate for POTUS is unqualified. The hint that there’s some merit to the reversal is that it was a 9-0 vote.

Meanwhile, hate to link to myself but this:


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