Friday Open Thread

“Better to trust the man who is frequently in error than the one who is never in doubt.”

–Eric Sevareid

11 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. mamajama55 says:

    Cory Gardner gets songified standing up for "states rights" at 2:20.  Porn Stars, Video Games, and Weed, from Schmoyoho. Because – no Friday Jams Thread these days.

    Then there's Jared Polis defending Colorado's sovereignty at :35 in 2nd video.

  2. Zappatero says:

    I hope a few of our elected (D) ppl are learning from the MSD Survivors how to push against the Fox News lies and Republican Idiocy and Political Obstinacy.

    These  “kids” are kicking ass and taking names and showing a bravery that hasn’t been seen in years. 

  3. Voyageur says:

    Trump stinks.

    Bolton stinks.

    Stay upwind, America!

  4. SamCat says:

    Mama J..That was great to wake up to!  Thank you.

    Peace

    Jim

     

  5. itlduso says:

    A question about flag etiquette:  Does the Russian flag fly above or below the Tea Party flag?  I need to advise an in-law.

  6. SamCat says:

    I think the proper thing to do is to cut them into 4 inch squares and save them in case the Charmin runs out…laugh

  7. Davie says:

    Politico does a nice job collecting the best political cartoonists' work each week.

    Here are a couple of my favorites:

    Mark Fiore - KQED.org

    14-Steve Sack, The Minneapolis Star-Tribune, MN.jpg

  8. mamajama55 says:

    How disrespectful.

    Colorado Senate Republicans walked out of a speech on sexual harassment Thursday.

    From Colorado Senate Democrats' post:

    Empty chairs of State Senate Republicans who walked out during our speech on sexual harassment (again). It has been 45 days since we submitted our resolution to expel Sen. Randy Baumgardner for repeated, physical sexual harassment of a legislative aide. #MeToo #TimesUp

  9. JohnInDenver says:

    Apparently, the Senators DON'T want to be in the chamber after all. Perhaps voters in their district will oblige them.

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