I am pissed, Patriots. Not pissed at the Left. Oh no! I'm pissed off at the Right!
Yeah, yeah, I know. Somebody's gotta do it. Somebody's gotta refute Critical Race Theory.
Somebody's gotta refute The Big Election Lie.
Somebody's gotta point out that the "vax"...isn't.
Somebody's gotta point out that the geezer in the WH isn't actually Joe Biden. (Oh wait, that was me.)
Conservatives do it so well too. So logically. With well-researched facts they reach Liberal hearts, one by one.
It works too. Gotta give 'em that. And if you don't believe that, I have one hashtag for you: #Blexit.
But the whole time I'm thinking, "Really!?! Is anyone anywhere actually stupid enough to believe this Lefty shit!?!"
By seriously refuting it with solemnity, isn't the Right subtly lending credence to their insanity!?!
I know, I know. It's gotta be done. But I keep thinking of the old adage, "Never reason with crazy."
Been there. Done that. Cost me a bundle in attorney's fees so perhaps I'm a little jaded.
His name was Protagoras. He taught the Art of Debate in Ancient Greece from approximately 481-411 B.C. and is still regarded as the Father of the Debate. "One can imagine an Athenian father wondering why he was laying out all those drachmas only to end up with a son who argued with him at dinner," writes Frank McCall.
In the United States, the tradition of political debate goes back to a punishing series of seven, count 'em, seven debates Abraham Lincoln and his challenger, Senator Stephen Douglas, undertook in 1858. This started our lively tradition of political debates undertaken by choice but not actually required by law nor the Constitution.
The debates are intended to sway voters who might be on the fence...though how anyone could be on the fence, especially during this election, is beyond me and mine!
They say that a smile is the shortest distance between two people. But a laugh is even shorter!
When I started this blog, and pivoted it towards America, in the back of my mind, I decided not to hit at President Trump's political opponents...well, not much.
But if they set it up on a tee, well, I just gotta take a swing at it!
Frankly, I almost feel sorry for Joe Biden, whom The Washington Post named "The Lamborghini of gaffes" as he's clearly struggling on the campaign trail. I say "almost" because my empathy goes down to zero after seeing so many videos of him publicly molesting young girls on camera.
That's when the gloves came off. But I don't need to say a word. Joe does the job for me. Here for your reading enjoyment are five of Joe Biden's best gaffes.
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