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June 17, 2024 12:22 AM UTC

Monday Open Thread

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  • by: Colorado Pols

“Lust and greed are more gullible than innocence.”

–Mason Cooley

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    1. Bill Owens is a good man. We stood next to each other in a TSA line in Denver a few years back and we had enough time to reflect on how we used to have such titans in the legislature that were respected by both sides, many who came from the rural parts of the state. A far cry from today's dumpster fire. 

      1. Dumpster fire depends on your point of view. Republicans dumpster fire? yes. Democrats nope. Dems have been cruising through the legislature the last decade. They are backing up their political wins with muscular policies which the voters like.

        1. Completely agree.  One man's dumpster fire is anothers opportunity to govern for a lasting period while delivering policies that benefit the people. 

    1. Such a nasty woman man…

      12 Coal Miners Died on This Man’s Watch in 2006. Now Trump Wants to Make Him Commerce Secretary.

      After campaigning as a champion of coal miners, Donald Trump is reportedly close to choosing for commerce secretary a New York billionaire who owned a West Virginia mine where a dozen miners were killed in 2006. Trump’s favored candidate, Wilbur Ross, also engineered buyouts that cost workers their benefits and their jobs. It’s a striking choice, considering Trump’s promises to improve the lives of coal miners and other working-class Americans.

  1. Remembers when the Republican Einsteins on the Senate Energy Committee warned Biden about selling off reserves?  Chess > Checkers.  #SleepyJoeFTW

    Top Republicans urge Biden against oil reserve sales

    “We urge you, in the strongest terms, to put this country’s energy security first and stop abusing the SPR for political purposes,” the lawmakers wrote. “It is your responsibility to ensure that the SPR is ready to respond to true energy supply disruptions.”

    I could watch this more than once…

  2. One has to wonder about the handlers on the fringe rightie side. They go out of their way to edit videos trying to show Biden as incapable. But they leave Trump hanging out there in “all his glory.” 

    From everything I’m seeing in recent weeks, Trump is farther gone mentally than Biden is. And dementia does run in his family. But watch who becomes Trump’s V-P candidate. I’m now thinking that Trump is only a figurehead for the far out righties writing the 2025 Mandate for Leadership, or Project 2025. If Trump wins, look for him to eventually disappear when he is no longer useful as a tool. Sort of how Putin periodically “cleans house.”

     

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