Mayor Pete has had a significant lead- only in Iowa - since November. It’s been gradually dropping, but his win should not be a surprise. This graph is from NOVEMBER. Below is a link to a New York Times article, which I read in November. Why is everyone shocked Pete won? https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/16/us/politics/iowa-poll-democrats.html Don't get me … Continue reading Why is Everyone Shocked at Mayor Pete’s Win?
McConnell’s plan was to end Trump’s impeachment trial before the Super Bowl, he says. Really he was trying to finish before more damning information came to light. He failed, but Trump will be acquitted regardless. There is clearly nothing that would have impelled GOP politicians to vote against their prize goose- with the golden toilet … Continue reading Impeach Him Again, Nancy
Trump’s attorneys have stopped arguing his innocence. The argument now is - so what. His attorney, Cipollone after Bolton places him 'in the loop' on Ukraine, has been implicated - so what. What are you going to do about it? Apparently, nothing. Some GOP Senators said it’s not impeachable: “I worked with other senators to … Continue reading A Dictator is Born
The fat lady is warming up with scales Watch today as our Constitution fails Supreme Court Justice John Roberts presides This half trial- which a stained jury decides ~ Add to Trump’s crimes felony bribery Campaign funds funneled to the GOP Elected officials bow to a traitor They’re paid off, each a political whore ~ … Continue reading But Barisma— a poem
A manuscript of Michael Bolton’s unpublished tell-all book, sales of which are said to be what he’s been saving his story for, has shed light on the information Bolton can confirm. He says Trump told him he didn't want to release Ukraine aid until they “turned over material related to investigations.” Bolton implicates Trump’s inner … Continue reading Chief Justice Roberts Can Subpoena Witnesses
I love language. Words fascinate me. They make me happy. My hobby is language. I’ve achieved varying levels of non-fluency and illiteracy in several languages. I like to break down words and sort their origins to Latin or Greek. I’m trying, and failing, to read Camus in French, and this is odd, but I have … Continue reading The Numbers in My Head