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· It looked initially like we might actually see the expected red wave as we got the news midafternoon that Guam had elected the first Republican delegate to U.S. Congress in 32 years. Any euphoria on the part of Republicans was short-lived as some key races didn’t fall as hoped and it became clear that we would not likely know the final results for perhaps weeks. My predictions were way off, and predicated on more sanity than some blue states displayed. There is an old adage that stupidity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. Michigan and Minnesota and New York seem to be good examples. I’d be embarrassed to admit I was from Pennsylvania. In any case, we now enter a period when the lawyers will fight it out. Florida seems to be one of the few states that have figured out how to conduct a good election and get the results out in a timely manner. Maybe some others will follow suit.
· When WAPO turns on you, you’re on your way out if you’re a Dem.
The day I received my absentee ballot from the DC government, there was a story in the Washington Post about the DC Council’s imminent vote: “The bill would eliminate most mandatory minimum sentences, allow for jury trials in almost all misdemeanor cases and reduce the maximum penalties for offenses such as burglaries, carjackings and robberies.”
· These people should be jailed. Children’s Minnesota gender clinic treats pre-verbal toddlers for gender dysphoria.
The director of the Gender Health Program at Minnesota Children’s Hospital believes children can know that they are transgender from as young as age three, and that some boys don’t have penises and some girls don’t have vaginas.