Saturday, October 29, 2016


I read this paragraph over at Politico:

Dashed are the hopes that the campaign could come to a conclusion on a high note, instilling in Americans a feeling that casting a history-making vote for Clinton is something more than merely a repudiation of Donald Trump.


I am getting used to the twisted view being presented to us by these folks, but little things jump out at me.  These folks actually think this way.

Out here in the real world, the politics are coarser, less ideologically defined.  The politics center around what one feels has been done to him and by whom.  Neither candidate is an example for others.  Both candidates are a loud and clear "fuck you" to the other camp.

High notes are not possible in this cesspit of an election.

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