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August 10, 2021 05:55 AM UTC

Tuesday Open Thread

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  • by: Colorado Pols

“Getting rid of a delusion makes us wiser than getting hold of a truth.”

–Ludwig Borne

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    1. Now THAT is a day I can get behind. Bring on the #BioWillie! Also a great day to talk about hemp biodiesel and the Front Range rail project that we should insist be #PoweredByPlants

    1. So he’s finally resigning. I have to say I feel sad to see Cuomo end his career this way. His daily broadcasts at the start of the pandemic were a refreshing burst of reality amidst a fog of lies. 
      Sort of a Shakespearean flawed tragic hero.

      1. I’ve long felt we are all mixtures of good and bad, with a tiny bit of Hitler in Mother Theresa and vice versa.  

        Cuomo did some good stuff in New York.  But the bad stuff was always there too.  H is good stuff helped millions, his bad stuff made hundreds of staff members suffer needlessl y from his cruelty and predation.

        That’s not a bad ratio, but in the end, he couldn’t govern and had to go.  Let’s hope Kathy Hochul can build on th e good of his legacy and use by what all accounts say is a warm and caring personality to repair the damage he left behind.

    2. Uh, yep …

      speculation now turns to whether “resignation is enough” or if criminal investigation (s) may turn into prosecutions. 

      And a TV network is being urged to investigate one of its “talent” to see what he knew, and when, and why didn’t it turn into a news story.

    1. Ann Coulter used to have positions that were well argued and consistent with reality.  Hard to comprehend the shift to random neural firings emerging as tweets —

      two Democrats forced into resignations by other Democrats are not EVER going to be presented by the Democrats as "who they really are."  And taking such a position without considering how the standard would apply to Republicans … I guess that would charitably be considered short-sighted.

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