I Before E, Except After C

Unless of course your name is H-E-I-D-I, because that’s an exception too!

Somebody should tell the operator at Colorado GOP candidate for governor Heidi Ganahl’s confab with nationally known conservative radio host and “thought leader” Dannis Prager going on right now before it’s too late:

If the Ganahl campaign is wondering why the texts are not pouring in, it might be that nobody has cared what Dennis Prager thinks since the second Bush administration. Prager says he deliberately eats with utensils that fell on the floor to prove COVID isn’t a threat, and bemoans the fact that “the left has made it impossible to say the N-word any longer.” Dennis Prager is pretty much the perfect polar opposite of the “fresh face” Ganahl wants to project as a Republican running uphill in a blue state–a reminder that Ganahl is, with a few generic motivational slogans layered on, just another warmed-over product of the same conservative cabal Colorado has been mopping the floor with in the last several election cycles.

Or sure, maybe they’re just texting “Hiedi” [sic]. It’s all still true though.

5 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. JohnInDenver says:

    So, Prager — easily seen as pale and male — misunderstands the most likely paths for COVID infection, wants to have the freedom to use a term widely considered to be dismissive and derogative, and is proud to have co-founded a "University" based on 5-minute lessons.  "PragerU, an American non-profit organization that creates five-minute videos on various political, economic, and philosophical topics from an American conservative perspective." [good news — it doesn't grant degrees or certifications].

    Prager does seem pretty well connected with Republican mega-donors, so perhaps Heidi Ganahl is trying to lock out other candidates from that source of money?

  2. davebarnes says:

    The whole double vowel thing in German is just too confusing to ‘Muricans.

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