Tuesday Open Thread

“The opposite of a fact is falsehood, but the opposite of one profound truth may very well be another profound truth.”

–Niels Bohr

26 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. The November issue of The Atlantic: Was Gary Hart Set Up?

    https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2018/11/was-gary-hart-set-up/570802/

    Just in case you thought Republicans had only recently gotten worse. The 1988 election was my first Presidential election, and I'm increasingly sad I was a registered Republican at the time.

  2. itlduso says:

    Morning Joe today reported NYTimes/Siena College poll of CD6:

    Crow- 46%.  Coffman – 39%.

    (MOE = 5  pts.; 367 voters; 10/13 – 10/15;  i.e., within the MOE)

    Optimistic, but certainly not confident or complacent.  GOTV starts NOW!!

  3. ParkHill says:

    WOTD from Dario Fo, the Italian play-write: "The Accidental Death of an Anarchist."

    The play investigates just why and how the anarchist threw himself out the fourth story window while under police interrogation.

  4. Duke CoxDuke Cox says:

    Vote! Vote! Vote!

    In honor of Nike for choosing Colin Kaepernick as their image icon….

    JUST DO IT!!!   VOTE!!!

  5. RepealAndReplace says:

    No longer content to limit voter outreach for closeted gay Republicans by trolling airport restrooms, the GOP is upping its game and going all social media…..

    https://www.lgbtqnation.com/2018/10/antigay-gop-candidate-governor-georgia-seen-grindr-lately/

    I wonder if Walker Stapleton has been on grindr?

  6. RepealAndReplace says:

    And in today's episode of our national soap opera, the level of public discourse has been raised with David Denison referring to Stormy Daniels as "Horse Face" and she retaliating by calling him "Tiny."

  7. Andrew Carnegie says:

    Senator Spewing Bull, from her cookbook Pow Wow Chow:

     

    Response: Mrs Warren's camp has not responded to any of the allegations that she has been inflating her ancestry for the benefit of her career

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