It’s past midnight. Primary Day has come and gone in New Hampshire, and (unlike in Iowa) we have a clear winner: Bernie Sanders.
We actually have three winners, if we include the Mayor In Waxwork. Amy Klobuchar’s come-from-behind resurgence to a 20% return is enough to get her taken seriously going forward, which makes her the real story of today. If she can sustain that momentum through either South Carolina or Nevada, she’s suddenly a top contender. (more…)
The whirlwind tour is taking a quick break this morning. Tech Guy Griff is sacked out in the other room, sleeping the sleep of the just. Just plain tuckered out, that is. Some people can’t keep up with the pace…
That’s really unfair, and if you knew me well you’d be laughing. I’m useless without about eight and a half hours of sleep. No clue why I’m awake right now; I shouldn’t be. Long day ahead, even though we’re skipping (more…)
Gabbard’s a no-show again. Most of us weren’t expecting her, but some of her supporters were quite crestfallen. After all, if you can’t handle a teeny little February ice storm, how can you possibly expect to deal with the stress of being president?
Earlier today, Rianna was telling us about a Tulsi cancellation where she apologized by video, then sang her loyal peeps a song while her sister danced a hula in the background. It’s no wonder her followers love her so much. But the (more…)
One could write volumes about Donald Trump the celebrity, the business mogul, the particularly slimy real estate developer, and so on. I’m giving that a miss. As a public person I find him odious and in business I’d resort to extreme measures to avoid him (I haven’t ruled out self-defenestration). Beyond saying that, it’s entirely immaterial for our purposes. Our subject is Donald Trump as president: the pros and cons of his tenure, his chance at escaping unscathed from impeachment to run again, and his likelihood of winning in 2020 based on the issues. That should be enough for one article.
(What: You didn’t honestly think I would give him a pass just because he’s the Evil One, did you?) (more…)
The longer I spend talking to people about the upcoming presidential elections, the more I’m convinced that Mencken was right: The American people know what they want, and deserve to get it — good and hard. (more…)