On March 17, 2016 this happened …
… oh, this wasn’t a comedy skit?
If Sanders is the prime choice because more than a fuck is given about this country then it’d be the height of hypocrisy and irresponsibility to abandon the election just because Sanders might not/didn’t get the nomination.
I desperately want Sanders (no, not like that, don’t make Claude blush) too and it’s a crying shame that it’s more than most likely that he won’t get the nomination. So when the battle is over and the bridge comes – we need to cross it with a damn plan of action to win a war, not collapse in pouty heap of inaction that’ll only serve Drumpf & Co.
Vote Clinton, but keep the eye on the end game. Sanders broke ground like no one else before him. Letting Drumpf “win” not only undoes all that’s been accomplished in Obama’s two terms but it also obliterates all the progress Sanders made and how close he’s gotten our ideals into the W.H. and to fruition. If we plan on being around (or, returning from Canada @@) in 2020, we need to follow through now to keep things primed for then.
ETA:. -if Sanders thinks he may not run in ’20, the squeeze should be put on John Stewart to run. (always hoped that was why he quit t.v.)
Gawker pays the ultimate price (115m) for making us want to gouge out our eyes
I really wish this wasn’t about asshat extraordinaire Hulk Hogan, then this would be truly a feel-good kind of ending where the right to privacy prevails. Gawker will appeal and most likely lose again -his junk in action is just not newsworthy, and that is the standard that Gawker needs to have met. Horrific visuals aside, that he’s been awarded 115 million is yet another vicious assault to the senses, the innocent and unsuspecting viewing public should have gotten that 115m to split.
So sweet, a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory restaurant, based on Roald Dahl’s book, will soon open at Universal CityWalk in Orlando, Florida. Just a delicious drop of good news on this depressing post Tuesday primary debacle Wednesday.
(4:07 = just fantastic)