￼I’m pondering on what to do tomorrow.
Voting in the GOP primary is relatively pointless – I’ve got my choice of President Trump or The Donald. Hardly worth a trip to the neighborhood high school gym, is it?￼
On the other hand – paying a visit to the DFL primary it would give me a fairly pivotal choice in affecting the candidate the Democrats put on the ballot this November.
And the choices are enough to get you giddy with excitement:
- A woman whose relationship with the truth makes Donald Trump’s Twitter feed look like a Jordan Peterson video
Another woman who’s never faced a hostile press question, much less Hillary Clinton’s celebrated “3 AM phone call”￼￼￼ The mayor of the fourth or fifth largest city in Indiana (oops – missed the boat on that one)
- A 78-year-old man who has always been a walking political joke, and he seems to be into the first stages of senility￼￼
- Bernie Sanders, a man whose formidable foreign policy acumen has to elide confidence in even the most ardent skeptic, yessirreenob.￼￼
Hugh Hewitt says he plans on voting for Sanders, to do his bit to make sure that there is the Starkist possible choice this November – Between a candidate who has been a deeply imperfect president who has actually done an unexpectedly good job, and someone who is an active, enthusiastic apologist for a system that murdered 100 million people.
It’s tempting. It really is.￼￼