Let’s get down to it

OK, I get it. There are people out there who actually believe that Dr. Blasey deliberately set out to destroy her own life, open herself up to death threats, and turn her very existence into a living hell, just because it was, you know, um, fun.

According to this narrative, Brett Kavanaugh didn’t actually do anything awkward or socially unacceptable while he was blacked out drunk. You see, nothing bad happened, it was all a terrible misunderstanding.

But I don’t believe any of that, because over the course of this past week I’ve learned the meaning of the terms “booging” and “devil’s triangle”. It has been an eye opening education, let me tell you.

I don’t have the faintest idea how a guy who can lie about such disgusting things ends up being a shoe-in for the U.S. Supreme Court. What I can tell you is that I am utterly offended by the shallow pretense that he is some sort of innocent lamb.

Let’s get down to it. If you are American and are repulsed by the shenanigans of these people, you need to get yourself to the polls and vote on November 6. If you don’t, what happens next will be your fault.

2 Responses to “Let’s get down to it”

  1. J. Peterson says:

    Sigh. Sure, we’ll vote. But my senators (California) and your senators (NY) already are voting against Kavanaugh. Four senators.

    CA+NY has a population of about 18% of the USA. By contrast, Iowa and Maine have just over 1% of the US population, and they’re voting for him.

    Representation in the Senate and the Electoral College is massively skewed in favor of empty, rural states. Which is why we have a senate, a president, and now, a supreme court justice the majority of the US does not want.

  2. admin says:

    I agree that the Senate is probably unattainable during this election cycle. But the House of Representatives is very much in play, and every vote counts.

    Simply taking back one house will allow us to bring much of this insanity to a halt.

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