Tuesday Open Thread

“Ignorance can be improved; willful ignorance and inaction is inexcusable.”

–David Brock

15 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. kwtree says:

    The execution by drone of Zawahiri needed to happen; one less terrorist mastermind makes the world safer.

    So kudos to Biden and the CIA. It will stir up Afghan politics in ways we can’t predict.

    Does anyone think this changes the political landscape of the US at all? The people who disapprove of Biden won’t suddenly like him better. Trumpers gonna Trump. Democracy in the US still depends on who gets out the vote ( against suppression) better.

  2. kwtree says:

    Lindell is targeting Colorado because we have the most secure and accessible elections in the country. 

  3. notaskinnycook says:

    Lindell is targeting Colorado because we have the most secure and accessible elections in the country–and it really pisses him off

  4. DavidThi808 says:

    Keeping abortion legal is getting 62% in Kansas. Kansas!

    Wife and child beating girlfriend tying up Gretans is getting only 19%. Apparently there is a point too far for Republican voters (if the candidate is not named Trump).

    Meijer [R] who voted for impeach,ent is at 49.4% with less than half the vote in. So could go either way.

    it’s a good night. 

    • Voyageur says:

      Meijor is now 50.4 percent and climbing.

      • Lauren Boebert is a Worthless POS says:

        Sadly, Peter Meijer did not make it. So, another Trump sycophant will hold the House seat once occupied by Gerald Ford come January.

        Adam Kinzinger was on CNN this morning calling out those Dems who were financing the screwball Republican election denier while at the same time, plaintively asking, "Where are the rational Republicans?"

        On the other hand, we have an answer to that old question, "What's matter with Kansas?" This morning, absolutely nothing.
         

         

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