He’s described as centrist?
Is centrist, “My economic platform is that the rich get richer, and my social platform is that women are shrill”?
You know, I don’t think I’ve seen anyone being excited or even vaguely positive about Schultz. He’s a candidate with no demand for him, no constituency, no question to where he’s an answer. A pure vanity campaign, in other words.
The overton window is a hell of a thing…
welcome to the new center?
He’s a coffee guy, so Howard Peaberries.
Shrill - the sexist dog whistle that implies she’s a “whiny bitch” for which there is no equal criticism of men, though, if there was one, would definitely apply to Trump and Graham and Cruz and others.
All I know is that there’s a news sub-editor out there, getting twitchy, waiting, all because they want to be the first person to run the headline: HOWARD’S END.
(Maybe they’ll cheat a little and run: HOWARD’s END?)
Season? There’s no such thing anymore, only a short break between the last election and the seating of the new congress, then it all starts again immediately.
Yeah, I know… the 24 hour news cycle demands content!
I suppose it does. It’s so strange to watch, here we have maybe two or three months of actual campaign before an election. I don’t want to think how much money will be spent before even a single primary vote is cast.
You are my favorite recent BBS member because your messages are always like little brilliant poems.
So much for his claim that he’s a serious and sober-minded and civil alternative to a billionaire* who uses Twitter to send schoolyard taunts about women he doesn’t like.
That’s just …perfect
Damn it to hell!
Oh my, that’s so nice…
a different poster seemed quite
at my posting "style’,.
which is really just a habit.
Such a waste of money and time… I’m all for short election cycles and public money funding most elections… Corporate funding of elections is part of what got us here in the first place…
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