Plus, is J.D. Vance getting a big hairy rose from the failed TV president he loves the most?
Don't bother, they're here. https://uploads.disquscdn.c...
But so sweaty. 🤢
DNC needs a new PR firm. These guys are stuck in the 20th century.Check out chambersforlouisiana.com , running against Kennedy.His people know how to campaign. His ads are unique....
How about proving it? On a real map with real population figures.
Ohio shares a long border with Indiana. Some of Indiana must be rubbing off on Ohio.
Mike Dolan currently represents my district in the state Senate, and while we've had our disagreements about issues (primarily abortion, which he never mentions in his newsletters but it's all they're working on downstate), I suspect he may be approaching a rational level, even if he is trying to downplay his misogyny.
Edit: when I say that "we've had our disagreements", I mean that I send snotty emails and he sends back (if I'm lucky) some stupid canned response.
I blame West Virginia.
Ohio is currently conducting an experiment to see if a tech billionaire can buy a senate seat for his puppet.
Yes, by all means, let's have Vance as the R candidate. The man who was so brave, he had almost gotten out of his chair by the time Mandel and Gibbons had finished their silly chest-thumping! The man who had to grow face hair so that he wouldn't look like a chubby ten-year-old who was about to pop his buttons (it diidn't work).
It should be noted that J.D. Vance, just a few years ago, correctly called Ol' Swampy Trump “reprehensible” and an “idiot,” and even wrote a piece comparing Trumpism to opioid addiction.
Woody Hays was...A fan of Richard Nixon.A RWNJ.Taught a class on Military History
If he was in Michigan, he wouldn't stop for gas. He'd wait until he was in Ohio.
Let's talk about tax that the R's really prefer, and see who has the skin in the game--sales tax.
It describes enough of the party's voters to make the party one that predominately loses nationally and in roughly half the state legislatures.
So, yes, it describes the Democratic Party.
If part of your group keeps your group from winning, you have lost.
Maybe we need to be educating them about reality: they may imagine that they are temporarily embarrassed millionaires, but as of today, they need to vote their own interest, and worry about voting for the upper-class interests when they're not so "embarrassed"
"and it's a boring conversation"