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April 25, 2019

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Matt Fitzgerald

I don't know why I hear more of what I see as the parallels between this administration and the governorship of Arnold swartsenegger in California. Arnold was elected in a fit of pique by folks who felt it was time to tear down something. He surrounded himself with self promoters who proved unable to run the government. As a resident of the Golden state I can tell you we were told we out of $$, and get this we were out of electricity. With a considered vote the people of CA turned to Jerry Brown to seek a return to normal adult honest politics we had known before Arnold's fiasco. I think CA would be 5th or 6th largest economy in the world. We also have reliable electricity.

Ed Doerr

If the U.S. electorate were limited to Washington Post opinion columnists, there is no doubt in my mind the winner would be Joe Biden. He is almost as big a favorite with those folks as was that sure-fire winner, Hillary Clinton. As I remember it, the Washington Post was pretty solid in its assurances that The Don had no chance against her campaign juggernaut.

Much more heartening than any WaPo endorsement, to whoever becomes our candidate, was Judge Napolitano's blistering analysis on Fox News of Trump's behavior, as detailed in the Mueller Report. If you didn't see it, do yourself a favor, and google it forthwith. I guarantee you'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll be delighted.

ren

Interesting that guy still has a job. I know they have to mix in a little dissent to keep up the whole "fair and balanced" shtick but Shazzam! Trump must have see that.

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