After Last Night’s Debacle, I think It’s Fitting

The sentiment I have in light of how Trump got coaxed into confirming what the Left has been saying he is these past three years–an unhinged hothead–leaves me with the urge to share with you “Dandy” Don Meredith’s singing the curtain closing song for Western Civilization. Sorry folks, it was a great run.

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11 thoughts on “After Last Night’s Debacle, I think It’s Fitting”

  1. I woke “woke” this morning and I do repent me of my “of little faith” moment.

    This election comes down to whether you love ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️America, love her like crazy! like Trump, our flag-hugging President—or you are at most, maybe, willing to try  to forgive her, if  she will enter the convent, surrender any power in the world, spend the rest of her days (pray they be not long!) abjectly shivering  in a narrow cell, mortifying her previously abundant flesh.  Like B. Hussein and his revenant avatar, Ol’ White Joe.

    Aw, did Trump get mad?  Did he yell?  Yes.  Thank God.  He forced Biden into several naked LIES: Hunter did not take astronomical sums from China, Ukraine and Moscow.  Biden does not espouse the Green New Deal( which Kamala sponsored).

    This morning even The NY Times is calling Joe on his claims the Trump “blew” the great economy he inherited .

     

    Trump also forced Biden into displaying the sheer, sneering contempt he and his’n feel toward us: “clown”, “shut up”, and of course the fave: “racist”.    Biden treated,  or tried to treat, the whole proceeding with mindless,  grinning incredulity, like he did In his VP debate vs. Ryan.  Did Trump scowl, remain dead  serious throughout? Did he glower?  Yes.  Again:  rightly so.

    Great article on Am Greatness this AM: Klingensmith. Trump: a Man vs. a Movement.   This is a way-of-life election: America-lovers vs. America-haters.    That’s all. And that’s enough.

    And as the Bard put it, “We that are true lovers run into strange capers.”

    Cue the Eagles: “We  may lose or we may win,/But we will never be here again.”
    I will not be ashamed.

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  2. An anecdote — a single data point with no way of knowing whether this is the median of the distribution or an extreme outlier.

    Yesterday, in the interests of science, I paid a visit to the barber’s shop in the neighboring little town.  The customers for the most part had clearly been Trump supporters (NOT Republicans) prior to the debate — and they were now energized!  Main topic of the active group conversation was whether Biden or Wallace was the bigger jerk.

    The well-credentialed intellectuals on CNN and PBS may be deeply saddened by the tone of President Trump’s performance (Quelle surprise!), but the great mass of the people don’t care what those intellectuals say.  The debate did not change minds.

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  3. But let me add — yes, the party is soon going to be over.  Whatever happens in this election, the US will still face the unaddressed problems of the unsustainable budget deficit, the unsustainable trade deficit, and the unrepayable national debt.

    We can ignore those problems, but those problems won’t ignore us.

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  4. It wasn’t Slo’ Joe’s fault!  His earworm kept saying things while his brain did not.  I suggest the RNC contaminate the DNC earworm’s reception…and run the fun begun!

    youtu.be/p3G5IXn0K7A
    youtu.be/ghmsaqMeDKw
    … Trump scan!

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  5. Gavin Longmuir:
    But let me add — yes, the party is soon going to be over.  Whatever happens in this election, the US will still face the unaddressed problems of the unsustainable budget deficit, the unsustainable trade deficit, and the unrepayable national debt.

    We can ignore those problems, but those problems won’t ignore us.

    Some say trade deficits are not a big deal. Certainly debt and fiat currency are two biggest threats to our republic.

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