November 1, 2020

If he doesn't win, it won't be because he didn't try hard enough.

"President Donald Trump is spending one of the last days before Election Day engaged in a five-rally blowout across several key states where he is either trailing Joe Biden or running narrowly ahead. After visiting Michigan, Trump will travel to Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida for events there later Sunday. Meanwhile, Biden is holding a pair of events in Philadelphia" (NBC News). 

So Biden is traveling about 30 miles from home to give 2 events, while Trump is traveling something like 3,000 miles and doing 5 events in 5 states.

92 comments:

Rockeye said...

I guess that tells us everything we need to know about how much energy Biden would put into a presidency

Patrick said...

Biden is being ecologically responsible. That's what true leadership looks like.

BidenFamilyTaxPayerFundedCrackPipe said...

After 4 years of relentless negative coverage, false allegations leveled by actual media personalities, Bs lies about Russia - (where even Tulsi Gabbard is a Russian agent - according to these liars) from the hack-D press - it's any wonder Trump is still alive.
All the lies about Trump, the reality bending BS where facts about Biden and hidden and turned into Trump crimes. Biden is in fact a liar, an international grifter and a DC swamp creature mob player. The media hide it all. Now Biden is hiding behind Obama. Tells us all we need to know about Obama.

The left would have assassinated Trump by now if they could have.
Smearing him with lies for 4 years will have to do.
*See Kathy Grifinith for hints.

BADuBois said...

Mmm... just a few weeks ago the news media were filled with stories of how ill Trump must be due to the Covid, and whether or not it was time for the 25th Amendment to kick in.

Good times, good times.

Jersey Fled said...

I wonder who I should vote for.

Oops. Forgot. I already voted.

bagoh20 said...

Yea, so which quarterback do you want on the field for the next four years - the one who can move and play and does, or the one with bad knees who misses half the games? It would be nice if it was the one who didn't kneel for the National Anthem, knows how to win, and puts his own team first.

n.n said...

Trump is a man of the People, not the special, peculiar, foreign and domestic people. He's all-American: Pro-Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.

Kevin said...

Meanwhile, Biden is holding a pair of events in Philadelphia

Is he trying to look like he's doing twice the work?

Or couldn't he find a parking lot close enough to Philly for a hundred or so cars?

Kevin said...

Apparently Biden doesn't know he's in a push-up contest.

Or he knows he can't keep up.

Nonapod said...

The contrast between the two conadidates in terms of dedication and overall energy is pretty severe. Say what you will about Trump, but he certainly seems to have more energy than most people half his age. And his the crowds at his rallys compared to Bidens. The general sense of optimism at Trump's events compared to the air of gloom, fear, and smallness that seem to permeate Biden's car only rallys, it seems like two Americas.

Readering said...

Not too hard if you have POTUS travel arrangements and just spew same nonsense at each stop.

Tim said...

Sorry I don't believe the President trailing any where. If I have half his energy when I that age I'd be trilled.

mikee said...

Trump wants to win an election. Biden thinks he has. But then again, Biden thinks he has.

n said...

“He’s leaving it all on the field.”

TRISTRAM said...

Who is acting like they want the Job?

Who looks like they are having fun?

Whose supporters are having fun?

Pretty sure that is who is going to win.

Gunner said...

But Biden rode a bike that time! Clearly that is more important than massive interstate travel!

Michael K said...

Huge crowds at the Trump events. Dozen at Biden events.

tcrosse said...

Biden may have peaked too early. Like 1988.

JAORE said...

But Biden would take him behind the barn and .... take a nap.

"Not too hard if you have POTUS travel arrangements and just spew same nonsense at each stop."

Wow, what a sad effort. Biden ain't jogging those 30 miles. And Trump isn't mumbling words off a teleprompter.

DavidUW said...

The energy, drive and determination Biden is showing will be reflected by the energy, drive and determination of his "supporters" to get to the polls and vote for the old man.

Will said...

I know what the polls are saying but I truly believe Trump has been leading this race for quite a while now...

ELC said...

If Biden is 7 percentage points ahead of Trump in PA, as we are assured by MSM, why are both Biden and Barack Obama campaigning in Philadelphia within two weeks of the election?

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette endorsed Trump this weekend: I think they know which way the wind is blowing.

Kevin said...

I see why Biden thinks he's running for Senate.

He rarely campaigns outside Wilmington, DE.

gilbar said...

Biden is traveling about 30 miles from home to give 2 events

and, is they're like his other events, they will be unannounced and invite only
he (intentionally) plays to empty halls, with no one there but the wait staff (hired help)

pious agnostic said...

Apparently, someone thinks a former VP isn't able to travel in any way he may desire, and that a former VP hasn't be spewing gibberish for the last two months (or even the last two days).

Ray said...

Remember when he drove his Corvette to the end of his very long driveway, with his aviators on. He sold me there. He has my vote.

tcrosse said...

Presumably Biden is going for quality rather than mere vulgar quantity.

Maillard Reactionary said...

Yeah that Trump, he just gets dismaller and dismaller.

wholelottasplainin' said...

Readering said...
Not too hard if you have POTUS travel arrangements and just spew same nonsense at each stop.
*********

More bitterness and bile from Readering.

traditionalguy said...

The landslide has started. Now comes the MSM pretending all the votes are not in yet while the Soros Army's Riots erupt in DC attacking the White House. Then we will see if the Bribed Military allows a UN enforced Coup D'etat or saves the USA. It's all on the line.

The President has a Emergency Network to communicate directly. Let's hope he has the US Armed Forces under his command.

tcrosse said...

Back in 1972 I was living in Madison and figured McGovern had it in the bag. I mean, everybody hated Nixon, right?

Sally327 said...

I was living in a (different) toss-up state in 2008 and remember being impressed at how many attended a rally with Sarah Palin, that was held near where I was living. I had seen lots and lots of Obama/Biden signs, in parts of the state I thought would have been more likely to be McCain/Palin voters, but the big rally made me think McCain had more of a chance than he actually did, since he lost that state and the election.

Rallies, signs, ads, polls. All of it matters but none of it counts, only the votes do. I early voted yesterday and I can't say I had any idea about who in line was voting for which candidate, other than a guy, probably in his early 30s, who came up and told one of the "attendants" that he'd never voted before but he was there to do it now and wanted to know what he was supposed to do.

A huge interest in voting is a really good thing, so kudos to Trump and Biden for that.


stevew said...

Someone is comfortable and someone else is not.

Political Junkie said...

Give'm hell, Harry!

Scotty, beam me up... said...

To me, it looks like Biden is playing “not to lose”. In football parlance, this is called the Prevent Defense. Then again, Biden has been playing a lot of Prevent Defense since he locked up the nomination by staying at home or mostly along the east coast. Going to Philadelphia for both events is a head scratcher. He has Philly locked up, assuming they keep generating 100% of the votes in some precincts in recent presidential contests (I have my doubts that happened, but I digress). Hell, the Democrats could put up a rock on the ballot in some Philly districts and the rock would win in a landslide...

Political Junkie said...

Not to be morbid, but say Trump wins a second term and gets sick quickly (from all his hard election) work and passes away.

1. Does Pence have to fight hard for the 2024 R nomination? I think he might.
2. Is Harris the frontrunner for D 2024 nomination. I flatly say no way.

cubanbob said...

Readering said...
Not too hard if you have POTUS travel arrangements and just spew same nonsense at each stop."

Even for you that is stupid. Then again you must be confusing China Joe for Trump. Trump gets 57,000 people to show up to his rally in Butler PA. Joe barely can get a crowd in Philadelphia. Philadelphia. The city of 120% voter turnout for Democrats.

Biden is 78 and has the energy level of an 87 year old ( and not including his dementia). Trump is 74 years old and has the energy and work capacity of a 37 year old. Trump has more energy now than Obama had in 2008.

Michael K said...

Blogger Readering said...
Not too hard if you have POTUS travel arrangements and just spew same nonsense at each stop.


Readering, as usual, misses the amount of money his/her/xir friends have dumped on Biden. Also Biden uses a big teleprompter so it is the same nonsense.

Although, I doubt the teleprompter had this word.

"BIDEN: “I’ll lead an effective strategy to mobilize trunalimunumaprzure.”

Achilles said...

Readering said...

Not too hard if you have POTUS travel arrangements and just spew same nonsense at each stop.

Democrats are just stupid people.

Gospace said...

Saturday Facebook deleted the 29000 member “NJ Women For Trump “ group. Without warning of course. Today the group was reinstated. A Facebook spokesman said “It was a mistake.” Has anyone besides me noted these types of mistakes always run in one direction?

Anyway, anyone with half a brain knows it was deliberate. And it’s plain the move backfired bigot. Even so, Facebook backed down far more quickly than Twitter did with the NY Post. My speculation on that is that they read the tea leaves and realized Trump is going to win Tuesday.

DavidUW said...

Sally--
Agree that the plural of anecdote isn't data.

But what I'm seeing in the early votes (the votes that Biden is supposed to win by 80%) is a low-single digit to 9% consistent underperformance in majority-minority districts that any democrat HAS to win to take the swing state.

I'm seeing underperformance in:
NV- the heaviest democrat-majority district is underperforming by several thousand votes.
WI- District #4, Milwaukee north side (mostly black, 85%+ Democrat), running well below the rest of the state, including the neighboring district (south side of Milwaukee - think not just white working class, but Archie Bunker whites), Kenosha (riots?), Racine and Beloit (white working class).
MI--Rancida Taliban's Michigan district (slightly underperforming but again, Joe doesn't have votes to give away compared to Hilary's loss).
PA--Norf Philly running 9 percentage points behind in returned ballots relative to rest of state.

Remember, Biden has to win not 1/3, not 2/3, but 3/3 WI, MI, PA to win the election.

Never mind Florida, I can't see Biden coming back from his underperfomance in Miami. North Carolina is done, for Trump.
If there's any state Biden can flip is AZ, but if he flips AZ, he's winning 3/3 on the upper Midwest I'd bet, although he could still lose if Trump takes 2/3.

At this rate, Biden will be lucky not to lose NV, and he still has an outside chance of losing MN.

DavidUW said...

Gospace,

Zuck is a liberal certainly but his totalitarian leftist tendencies are less developed than Dorsey/Twitter and the upper echelon at Google (it's less of a 1-man show at Google). Probably has to do with his knowledge that he can't lose half his audience and have a viable product to sell advertisers. Google is so entrenched they know there's no other competitor and Twitter, well, Twitter is around until Trump decides to post on Parler.



Drago said...

Historically Illiterate Readering: "Not too hard if you have POTUS travel arrangements and just spew same nonsense at each stop."

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

After informing us earlier this year that aggressive fundraising by the Trump campaign was a sign of "desperation", readering now intimates politicians delivering canned speeches peppered with other up to the minute additions is somehow unique to Trump making it easier for him to deliver his presentations!

And yes, without having "POTUS travel arrangements", it was literally IMPOSSIBLE for Biden to add a 3rd car stop within his little 30 mile maximum travel radius.

I mean, without an entire POTUS staff its impossible to find a parking lot or open field where you can make enough room for 25 to 50 cars in all of Eastern PA......right?

Poor readering. What a complete dope...and making Li'l stevie uhr and even the moron gadfly look better by the minute.

Drago said...

Political Junkie: "Not to be morbid, but say Trump wins a second term and gets sick quickly (from all his hard election) work and passes away."

The more likely scenario would be our own FBI purposely "missing" an incoming POTUS threat and the Secret Service making a few fundamental security "mistakes" to allow a threat within close proximity to POTUS.

Remember, there are literally trillions of dollars at stake and the entire US and global bureaucracies are in motion against Trump.....and by extension, us.

bagoh20 said...

""BIDEN: “I’ll lead an effective strategy to mobilize trunalimunumaprzure.”

I saw that video. It's hilarious or sad. I still have no idea what he was trying to say. Mobilize what?

TRISTRAM said...

“Blogger Sally327 said...
I was living in a (different) toss-up state in 2008 and remember being impressed at how many attended a rally with Sarah Palin, that was held near where I was living”

To be fair, Palin was much more popular with Republicans than McCain. Had she been at the top of the ticket, I doubt the Republicans would have done worse.

DavidD said...

Biden is doing rallies in Philly?

What—the New Black Panther party didn’t deign to show up at polling places to encourage proper voting?

Mark said...

Yes, running around like your pants on fire is the sign of calm, responsible leadership.

Readering said...

Snowflakes out in force today.

Bill, Republic of Texas said...

Even so, Facebook backed down far more quickly than Twitter did with the NY Post. My speculation on that is that they read the tea leaves and realized Trump is going to win Tuesday.

Interesting point. I was wondering why Twitter back down like that. I thought it might have been to 20% that day but that was explained by their revenue miss. I wonder if you're right.

gspencer said...

"So Biden is traveling about 30 miles from home to give 2 events, while Trump is traveling something like 3,000 miles and doing 5 events in 5 states"

Guess which one is taking the voters for granted?

The Godfather said...

I read somewhere that high turnout is bad for Trump, because it means that the pollsters' models are OK. Here in my little corner of NC, turnout for early voting has been very high. So are people turning out in great numbers to vote for Biden? Seems hard to believe -- if Biden won't leave his basement except to give a Zoom talk in an empty gym or parking lot, why should people stand in line for hours to vote for him? I figure Trump is driving the voting numbers -- but I don't know if he's driving votes for him or against him. Win or lose, this is Trump's election. Hope the Repubs are geared up to vet those mailed-in ballots.

BTW, do you remember the "butterfly ballot" kerfuffle in the Bush-Gore election? The Democrat-controlled election officials in Palm Beach County designed a ballot that (unintentionlly) led some folks who intended to vote for Gore to mark their ballots for Buchanan (3d party), which helped swing Florida to Bush. At Bush's innauguration, there was a guy standing on the sidewalk as the parade went by with a big sign reading "Another Elderly Jew For Buchanan". Pretty funny.

Shouting Thomas said...

I'm optimistic Trump will win for a few reasons. Polls are one. The very negative polls were obviously rigged. I think the Hunter Biden exposure is hurting Joe.

Most important, when I talk to Democrats they never argue for Biden. It's all just Trump hate. Often, they don't even mention Dementia Joe. He's a dull second lieutenant in anybody's army. He doesn't even have the diversity crap going for him like Hillary. So, it's going to be very difficult to drag him across the finish line.

gilbar said...

Readering said...

Not too hard if you have POTUS travel arrangements and just spew same nonsense at each stop.


hey Readering? how big is Trump's teleprompter? As big as Biden's?
which is harder? talking for 3 hours? or talking for 30 minutes?

Serious Question
do you intentionally make stupid statements because secretly, you're trying to Help Trump?

narciso said...

words to consider,


https://www.davidwarrenonline.com/2020/10/30/fear-not/

gilbar said...

bagoh20 said...
""BIDEN: “I’ll lead an effective strategy to mobilize trunalimunumaprzure.”
I saw that video. It's hilarious or sad. I still have no idea what he was trying to say. Mobilize what?


the scary thing is; he doesn't seem to notice anymore that he's fallen off the rails
He Used to be really good at realizing that he was lost, and swiftly throwing in a
"You know the thing" or such, which was really effective if you weren't paying much attention
Now, he doesn't seem to notice that he's babbling, and he's doing it a LOT more

I'm sure Readering could explain that this is Nothing to Worry About

Paddy O said...

Remember when not having "fire in the belly" was the charge against Fred Thompson? Why is that not a concern anymore? Oh wait, it never was, just something the press used to get rid of Thompson

Michael said...

I watched Trump today and i watched Biden. The former is energetic and has a very upbeat vision of the usa. Biden, like most lefties, is living in a dystopian country i am not familiar with. We are living in the best moment in human history in arguably the best possible place. Typing this on a device that holds more art, more music,more poetry, more literature, more history, more science than was available to the richest men and largest libraries in all of time. Biden went thirty miles from home.

he is not up for the job. He is too tired

Narr said...

I have avoided discussing the election with anyone except my wife for the last three weeks. She voted early last week (never Trump) and a voted early later last week (as previously announced).

She has a visceral not-quite-TDS; I'm less pro-Trump than anti-D-- Biden is a mothy empty suit and Harris . . . the less said the better. May she return to bitter obscurity.

Narr
That would be worth some thanksgiving

bagoh20 said...

If a candidate runs for office and nobody hears him, can he win?

It really is just an up or down vote on Trump. The other guy is a potted plant in the closet.

Accomplishing one good that's the best in history (or decades) is damned impressive for anybody in any field, especially when deemed impossible by the experts:

*Most Americans working ever
*No new wars (First president since the early 70's)
*Lowest unemployment for Blacks
*Lowest unemployment for Hispanics
*Lowest unemployment for Women
*Lowest unemployment for Asians
*Lowest unemployment for your group, whoever it is
*Most peace agreements in the middle east
* Greatest increase in GDP in history and during a pandemic, no less
There are many more, some even more significant.

And a few random accomplishments:
*Defeat of Isis
*Containment of Iran
*Reversing the out of control regulations on Americans that involve thousands of new laws every year telling us what we cannot do in ever tiny detail of our lives.
*Cutting taxes for 85% of middle class Americans.

And none of those are the most significant accomplishments of his first term.

1) Exposing the anti-freedom rot of our institutions, especially the media, and the Democratic party.
2) Standing up to China and the rest of the bad actors in the world that treat the American tax payers as chumps because our politicians want reelection and or personal legacy at any cost.

To vote wrongly on this choice or to think it not worthy of a vote is a declaration of stupidity, unseriousness, or cowardice. There are not too many opportunities in life to make such a statement about who you are as an American and a human being, even if only to yourself, but this is one of them.

bagoh20 said...

"Snowflakes out in force today.".

I wonder why you resort this rather than argue why we should vote for Biden or even against Trump.

Just kidding. I don't really wonder about that.

Narayanan said...

trunalimunumaprzure.= true national immune response approach in future (so my tea leaves show)

ergo - America needs to show true national immune response to the infection that is D party

MAJMike said...

Blogger tcrosse said...
Presumably Biden is going for quality rather than mere vulgar quantity.


11/1/20, 3:15 PM

"Quantity has a quality all it's own." -- Some Dead Russian Guy

bagoh20 said...

'The more likely scenario would be our own FBI purposely "missing" an incoming POTUS threat and the Secret Service making a few fundamental security "mistakes" to allow a threat within close proximity to POTUS.

Remember, there are literally trillions of dollars at stake and the entire US and global bureaucracies are in motion against Trump.....and by extension, us."


Have the forces opposed to Trump demonstrated any line they will not cross to beat him?

roesch/voltaire said...

The son of Lev Parnas as reported in Politico gives another tell all that shows Trump is hardly of the people but he is a great con artist.

Michael K said...

Today Biden announced he was wearing a Philly Eagles jacket at his "rally." The only trouble is it was a Delaware "Blue Hens" jacket. That's just today's gaffe.

bagoh20 said...

So Biden told the "crowd" ("party of 3, your table is ready") in Philly that he was wearing a Philadelphia Eagles jacket today when he was actually wearing a Delaware Blue Hens jacket.

So to recap, one of the two choices for President of The United States doesn't know:

What state he's in
What office he's running for
Who he's running against (The current POTUS, and kind of a big deal)
And now, what he's wearing.

Is this man going to give a speech without his pants on next?

I know. All this doesn't make the choice any easier, or important, so I'll just stay home where I'm safe.

MalaiseLongue said...

Today on the freeway I saw a massive, joyous, raucous Trump Train. I expect the president to be re-elected.

Last night I spent time with progressive friends who fully expect Tuesday to deliver a "blue tsunami."

We'll see who has been living in a bubble.

DavidUW said...

Yeah, bubbles are a problem.

I chatted with a friend of mine today living in Seattle. She voted Hilary in 2016, but more usually leans Republican. She said all her friends were checking in, making sure the others voted etc etc (obviously for Biden, because Orangemanbad).

1) WA state, so immaterial to election
2) More importantly, were any of these non-voters or Trump voters in 2016? No. All Hilary voters. Not costing Trump anything no matter how much they hate him.

I still haven't found a single, bona fide Trump voter from 2016 who's voting Biden. I've talked to a few Gary Johnson voters who are now voting Trump. Now it's true I also haven't talked to any Hilary voters who are voting Trump.

Ergo. Turnout election.

Who's more enthusiastic?

Who's voting FOR someone rather than AGAINST someone?

Feel the hate...but does hate win in the end?

We'll find out.

bagoh20 said...

"Trump is hardly of the people but he is a great con artist."

So the son of some guy who knows a guy told a Trump-hating publication what it wanted to hear right before the election.

Yea, you're a serious person not easily coned by anyone. So tell us why Biden should be President again? I don't hear much of that from you or the others who are voting for him. There must be some quality about the man making him worthy of the most important job in the world, but you seem to ignore telling us about it for some reason. Just an oversight I'm sure.

bagoh20 said...

There may be enough Thanksgiving invites cancelled this year to meet the Dem governors totalitarian edicts without even trying.

Francisco D said...

roesch/voltaire said...The son of Lev Parnas as reported in Politico gives another tell all that shows Trump is hardly of the people but he is a great con artist.

Another absolutely devastating post by r/v. However, I get the sense that he did not read the entire op-ed.

Does it really matter?

gilbar said...

MAJMike said...
"Quantity has a quality all it's own." -- Some Dead Russian Guy

"There's No Replacement, For Displacement" -- Some gearhead, at the Dragstrip

bagoh20 said...

Instalanche! That's an old term that brings back memories.

Michael K said...

R/V's big scoop.

Turning quickly to the former Giuliani associate who is facing criminal charges for his plans to direct funds from a foreign government to U.S. politicians while trying to influence U.S.-Ukraine relations, Capehart gave the businessman free rein to address Giuliani’s claims.

Great work, R/V.

Unknown said...

Regarding the effectiveness of Palin rallies. When Palin was named to the ticket, McCain was polling at about 40%. Based on Palin's popularity, the ticket pulled to within 4% in mid-September. McCain then killed his chances by suspending the Republican campaign. Palin's rallies were effective. McCain's incompetence was what prevented the Republicans from winning.

Drago said...

Readering: "Snowflakes out in force today."

Filed under: Things to write when you've got nothing else.

n.n said...

"Quantity has a quality all it's own." -- Some Dead Russian Guy

Diversity of individuals, minority of one, is a Judeo-Christian concept, which is reconcilable with the moral axioms: individual dignity, intrinsic value, inordinate worth, and, of course, Nature's fitness function: be fruitful and multiple.

Birkel said...

The Des Moines Register has Trump and Ernst up 7.

How sad is readering?
What are those odds of a Senate takeover?
Hahaha

I should be wrong every now and then just to give lefties and Karen B something to cling to.
Nah!!

mikee said...

*No new wars (First president since the early 70's)
Nixon? Are you saying Nixon started no new wars? Nixon let China loose into the world. Not a war, yet, but sorta like tossing the loaded gun into the toddler's playpen. Nothing good is likely to come of it.

Carter let the Ayatollah take Iran, starting a war that has lasted for half a century now.
Carter let Russia take Afghanistan, starting a war that has lasted for half a century now.
Both those wars have become ours, by proxy warriors like the PLO/Hamas/Hezbollah, or by movements like Al Queda.

Francisco D said...

tcrosse said...Back in 1972 I was living in Madison and figured McGovern had it in the bag.

That was my first election and I voted for McGovern in the belief that he would certainly win. The people voting for Nixon were ignorant racists and Nixon was literally worse than Hitler.

Ten years later, I started to figure things out.

Have we seen this movie before?

traditionalguy said...

The wife is starting to feel sorry for the old disabled Biden. She’s mad at his wife...like it’s the wives job is to rescue husbands. Hmmm. So I told her it’s the Crime Family’s last chance to stay out of jail.

mandrewa said...

I cannot understand how the people of Wisconsin can vote for a political party that supported the looting and burning of businesses in Wisconsin in the name of Antifa and Black Lives Matter.

I can understand a minority of people supporting such things. There is no question that twenty or maybe it's even as much thirty percent of the population is up for things like that.

But the rest? Are the majority of the people, the women of Wisconsin, really such moral monsters?

PianoLessons said...

This afternoon hubby and I were downtown Madison as we saw the Trump Car Rally. I was driving - I was SO HAPPY - I started honking horn to support the car rally all around us on East Washington. "How can we join in" I asked mate. "We have no pickup, no Trump flags, can we just merge in?" I wondered. He said "Just hang in - keep up - follow the guy in front of us with like 3 flags". We spent aver an hour circling the downtown with other Trump voters we never see in our lives.

We then had a discussion of how we can buy a Trump flag this late in the game and - as we live downtown Madison - will we ever be able to wave it without being cancelled (and we actually FEAR we would lose our jobs - not funny - but very true in this area). He knows I would fly a Trump flag on our block downtown that literally has 11 Biden/Harris and Pocan signs dutifully posted on their lawns. He knows we'd lose our jobs with a Trump sign or a flag on our lawn in downtown Madison WI.As academics, we are absolutely certain of this. I'm so glad he keeps me in check (or I may not be employed LOL)

So we kept with the Trump car parade honking our horn way more than many of the out of towners in their impeccably washed pickup trucks overloaded with Trump and We Support The Blue flags.

We came home and I immediately went online to find out to buy a Trump Flag - for posterity, To tell our kids and grandkids - "We were with him".

Sad I wont ever be able to wave such a thing in downtown Madison Wi.

Why we are moving BTW. Tired of the #BLM monopoly taking over our city.

Ritchie The Riveter said...

Yes, running around like your pants on fire is the sign of calm, responsible leadership.

Those who share your sarcasm are looking to elect a god they can SUBMIT to.

The rest of us are looking to re-elect a leader who has shown he has RESPECT for our lives and liberty, not the condescending, passive-aggressive, know-it-alls of our elite.

Enough respect to act to establish American energy independence in the face of the Climate Change Cult, and break the chain OPEC has had the world upon for the ... same 47 years Biden has been in public office.

Joe, in deference to the know-it-alls, would put us back on that chain.

PROGRESSIVES SEEK TO LORD IT OVER US
PRESIDENT TRUMP DOES NOT
THAT IS THE DIFFERENCE THAT COUNTS!

Mr. Forward said...

Trunalimunumaprzure sleeps under an Aztec pyramid. Do not mobilize!

iowan2 said...

Readering: "Snowflakes out in force today."

Filed under: Things to write when you've got nothing else.


Go easy on Readering, as our host is pointing out this morning, the dnc/media,(NYT, LA times, cnn, msnbc,abc, cbs, nbc,) are nothing but propaganda. Propaganda Readering is falling for. Much like slow Joe, I have empathy for them, because of their affliction, causing the loss of mental accuity.

Jack Klompus said...

There have been a lot of sincere, mostly peaceful protests in honor of Philly's Saint Walter Wallace, the aspiring rapper with 9 illegitimate kids and 20 page rap sheet who ultimately did the world a favor and committed suicide by cop. Biden must be worried his rock solid constituency here in Philly might be too busy demanding social justice and won't deliver his expected 110% vote count.

A more competitive race is the King of the Stupid Commenters here. Readering is out to an early lead as usual, but R/V always does a run in and proves he's not about to relinquish the belt anytime soon.

Michael K said...

Blogger Paddy O said...
Remember when not having "fire in the belly" was the charge against Fred Thompson? Why is that not a concern anymore? Oh wait, it never was, just something the press used to get rid of Thompson


I was enthusiastic about Thompson. Met him on the NRO cruise. Too bad he died. He had young kids.

JoyD said...

Trump’s desperation is showing. “Love me, love me, please, show me you love me!” He must be afraid. He’s been protected by the office he holds from the Southern District of New York, which will file indictments against him on January 21.

Bruce Hayden said...

“Trump’s desperation is showing. “Love me, love me, please, show me you love me!” He must be afraid. He’s been protected by the office he holds from the Southern District of New York, which will file indictments against him on January 21.”

Good way to get some lynchings. Still don’t know though why he never put one of his people in there as USA. Preet Baharra, and before him, Loretta Lynch, were perfectly loyal Obama acolytes. Heck, the former put fellow Indian-American Dnish D’Souza in prison for five months for making a movie critical of his boss.

Tinderbox said...

I was watching one of the alphabet channels a couple of hours ago and that's what they said about Biden, that Tuesday he had done "5 events in 5 states."