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November 04, 2021 06:52 AM UTC

Thursday Open Thread

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  • by: Colorado Pols

“Never throughout history has a man who lived a life of ease left a name worth remembering.”

–Theodore Roosevelt

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17 thoughts on “Thursday Open Thread

  1. A man named Nate "Honey Badger" Atkins ran for Mayor of Minneapolis this year. Didn't do so well though. Might be bad news for the Honey Badger political brand.

  2. Lost in the noise…unfortunately, explaining this to the four-syllable-limited  “Let’s go Brandon” crowd will be a challenge. 

    Biden's unheralded summit success

    President Biden’s recent international summitry in Europe has gotten lost in the shuffle of continued wrangling in Congress over his legislative agenda and close election contests in Virginia, New Jersey, and elsewhere. But he and his administration did make some significant foreign policy progress at these gatherings, especially at the G20 summit in Rome. These agreements have the potential to affect the lives of ordinary Americans for the better – but only if President Biden and his team can explain their benefits in terms that the public can easily understand.

    1. notaskinnycook posted the latest from Trae Crowder on yesterday's "Hot Button GOP Issues…" diary, great as usual. MB's post touches on another related challenge – Trae was talking about Dems doing stuff, but this post's about how people might learn about Dems doing stuff in spite of the noise machine.

  3. Aaron Rodgers joins the IQ 40 and falling club.  Turns out he lied when he claimed he was "immunized" and was really taking a quack homeopathic remedy.  Yep, now he has Covid.

    Stupid.

    Stupid.

    Stupid.

      1. He won't die because there's enough money connected to him to pay for monoclonal antibody infusions until the end of time, since he can throw a football real good.

      2. Tough call. Is it better that one person, who is endangering the lives of many others, dies to prevent the possible deaths or illnesses of the many others? An honest question. I'd have never made it as an ethicist! 

  4. I'm worried ….

    <snark>  It took until 11:44 this morning until I had email from Denver Democrats with the ominous

    After losing races for the Governor, Lieutenant Governor and Attorney General, as well as five seats in the House, [Virginia] has gone from blue to red. New Jersey shifted 15 points to the right, with the incumbent Democratic Governor only winning by a razor-thin margin. Colorado has a lot in common with these states, and we could easily lose our majority if we don’t stay engaged and vigilant.

    The price of engaged and vigilant?  The email clarifies

    Contribute to Denver Democrats Today

    Donate $20.00

    [and opportunities continue with links for escalating amounts up to $500]

    </snark> 

    Denver County managed to get to 18% participation in this year's elections.  Seems like other Democratic organizations might have at least an equal need and perhaps show better accomplishments.

    1. I try to send the county dems  a c-note every year.  Bear in mind that Colorado had no partisan elections this year, but you still have to keep the lights on.  

      My IRA has risen 38 pct since Trump was defeated and I can afford a few bucks for the fight against a fascism that never sleeps!

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