Tag Archives: Democrats in Disarray

The Theater of Pretending

Things are changing. For the two-thirds of the country that wants Donald Trump gone, now, there is hope. Democrats cleaned up in the oddball off-year elections that fell between the 2018 midterms and the 2020 big showdown for the presidency. … Continue reading

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Having Nothing to Say

It’s good to have something to say. There was Tuesday, July 27, 2004 – the place was Boston – Barack Obama delivered the keynote address at the 2004 Democratic National Convention to all the partisans who wanted to toss out … Continue reading

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Dealing With the Done Deal

Schoolkids who hate Mondays have it wrong. Teachers don’t like showing up in that classroom Monday morning either – but it has to be done. That’s the job – and those schoolkids, as much as they’d like to resist it, … Continue reading

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No More Mister Nice Guy

The narrative shifted. Everyone was getting used to the Republican primaries and caucuses being a kind of junior high spat with the kids taunting each other, calling each other names – liar, fraud, thief, wimp, fool and so on. There … Continue reading

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