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Saturday, May 07, 2016

Quote of the day

Jonah Goldberg:
Clinton is boring. She's as fun as changing shelf paper on a Saturday afternoon. Meanwhile, who wouldn't want to see a sequel to “Back to School” in which the Rodney Dangerfield character becomes president?

9 comments:

  1. I thought that was one of Goldberg's better pieces. The original Ace of Spades piece he linked to was even better.

    Hillary's is not only boring, but she is boring precisely because she has been around in the public's eye for so long she cannot possibly be a feminist sequel to the black man Obama, who appeared on the scene out of nowhere to expiate white America's guilt over slavery. No one is going to feel guilty over any cause or issue that involves or benefits Hillary Clinton. Besides, after 8 years of the feckless Obama, America now realizes it's a mistake to pick a leader on the basis of collective "guilt," whether it's over the by-gone days of slavery that the current generation had nothing to do with, or the inequitable treatment of women that's a quickly fading part of our nation's history. When it comes to Hillary, we have in reality nothing to feel guilty about, and nothing to gain by making her the beneficiary of any guilt some might nonetheless imagine.

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    1. "Guilt" over "the inequitable treatment of women that's a quickly fading part of our nation's history."

      Well, you're not speaking for me. I will never get over my sense of guilt for the huge number of women who have died in the nation's wars and in dangerous workplaces such as coal mines and factories.

      As the HIldebeest itself once said, "Women have always been the primary victims of war".

      Being born male, on the other hand, has always been the quickest and laziest way into inheriting vast sums of unearned riches, while all the while women were doing the backbreaking work of building the railroads, farms, and skyscrapers on which civilization has rested.

      No, you're wrong; my guilt over my historical male privilege is all-consuming.

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  2. Yes, already we see Pillsbury Doughboy Jonah trying to crawl back out of the septic tank he dug and filled.

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    1. Well, Goldberg says in the article that he's not buying a ticket to either candidate's "movie".

      So he actually isn't trying to grovel his way back onto the Trump Train, at least not ostensibly.

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    2. Yet.

      He has six months in which Donald Trump can mysteriously "grow" into the role he has taken on and earn Jonah's support.

      -Mikey NTH

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    3. Grow? Goof is going further left. Just this week he was doing his best Bernie Sanders impersonation saying he was open to $15 minimum wage. All he will do between now and November is confirm the opinion of those of us who didn't think GOP nominating an unhinged NY liberal was a good idea.

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  3. I seem to recall Jonah writing off Trump as The Real Bad Deal.

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  4. Trump is worth several billion dollars. Tell me where he don't get no respect, except at places like National Review.

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  5. The question that intrigues me most: can Trump do a Triple Lundy?

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