When the “news” refuses to cover stories like this, people start to wonder what else they aren’t talking about. They start to look for alternative news sources. And sometimes they end up at someplace at one far end or the other of the “news site” continuum. Yeah, it’s that simple.
I know this is not a popular opinion on “the Left”, but here it is. The DNC and Clinton supporters need to stop blaming Comey and the Russians. Why?
Because the only reason Comey and the Russians mattered is that they themselves were doing stupid stuff. The DNC rigged the election to ensure Hillary’s coronation nomination — and now they want to argue that they had the right to do so. The DNC and HRC (both as Secretary of State and as a candidate) put stupid stuff in emails. Clinton’s people are the ones who used ridiculouslybad internet security — and at one point turned it completely off in a virtual welcome sign to hackers. Don’t do stupid stuff and you don’t have to worry about getting caught doing stupid stuff. Funny how that works.
Blaming Comey and the Russians? Bobby Brady broke the vase by throwing his football in the house, but you want to blame Cindy Brady for tattling!
Furthermore, the Democrats refused to address the issues important to most Americans — hint, it’s still the economy, stupid — instead focusing on fluffy social issues to the point where many white men I knew were saying that clearly there was no “inclusion” meant for them. The bottom line is that if the Democrats choose to double down on politics as usual and to hell with actual progressive ideas, they will lose more elections. Oh, and let’s not forget Huma and Weiner. The popular vote? Oh please, not knowing that you need electoral votes to win a presidential election is just plain political incompetence.
And finally, can we please stop pretending that Obama was any kind of progressive or liberal? For pity sake, he’s more conservative than Nixon.
Ok Google, I get it. Thanks for telling me about local weather and traffic. There’s a drive-time DJ you can put out of work now. I don’t even mind that you know where I am. But I am a little freaked out that you know I am on the 51st floor.
When this song was popular, I was just going back to school. Some of my classes were at night, and I would often hear this track on my way home. AT the time, I was in a relationship that I desperately did not want to admit was doomed.