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  • Mike Anderson September 20, 2020, 3:54 PM

    Hmm, everyone in my house feels curiously alive. Jolted Joe must be talking about his Fantasy USA.

  • Bill Chunko September 20, 2020, 7:15 PM

    If that’s the case, I’m bound to know someone who dies. But so far that’s not the case. Maybe tomorrow.

  • jwm September 20, 2020, 7:44 PM

    Maybe the Slojoe inadvertently let something slip. “Corona damage as a pre-existing condition that would preclude one from obtaining health insurance…”
    Can anyone see where that argument is going?


  • Casey Klahn September 20, 2020, 8:13 PM

    Looney. Tunes.

  • ghostsniper September 21, 2020, 7:17 AM

    A week ago, all the talk was of the Democrat’s election coup plan, as publicized stupidly by the so-called Transition Integrity Project. Nice try. What if all those mail-in ballots sent out recently have Joe Biden’s name on them and it turns out that he is no longer a candidate? Hmmmm…. No doubt the recipients were so eager to fill them in and send them out that there’s no going back on that scam. Apparently, a Biden withdrawal was not one of the scenarios scrimmaged out in the Transition Integrity Project’s “war game.” What? then A do-over?

    This should be your regular pit stop on Mon and Fri.

  • Gordon Scott September 21, 2020, 7:56 AM

    Ghost, exactly my thoughts. And it’s entirely possible. Dementia patients can go downhill in a big hurry. We’re already seeing a “lid” at 7:30 a.m., meaning that Biden will not be available for the entire day.

    Suppose he does drop out. The rules for replacing a candidate on the ballot vary by state. In past elections, a supplemental paper ballot replaced the punch card in the governor’s race. When Paul Wellstone died 11 days before the election, the state Democrat party was allowed to put Walter Mondale on the ballot, and all election day ballots were reprinted. But any absentee votes that were not pulled (or could not be pulled) and which had Wellstone votes were ruled invalid for that race.

    But this year we’re under the Walz dictatorship and he can pretty much do whatever he wants. He could declare that any early voted ballots for Biden would count for, presumably, Harris. The courts might have some ideas about that, as there is some existing law. If, say, Dictator Walz declares that all previous ballots are invalid no matter who was voted for, that’s another mess. And if voters are allowed to pull their ballots out, and vote a new ballot . . . well, that only works up to the day they start precounting those early ballots (and they will). Once a ballot is removed from the envelope, there’s no way to pull it out of the pile, as there are no markings which would identify a particular ballot.

  • ghostsniper September 21, 2020, 8:51 AM

    1 person, 1 vote, in person
    if you don’t meet that requirement you ain’t required
    everything else is loopholes dikhedz will always trip over
    remember, the average person is nonthinking so everything must be as simple as possible

  • John the River September 21, 2020, 9:29 AM

    Such silly comments about the mail-in ballots being disqualified if Biden drops out before Election Day, if (for instance) Hillary ends up stepping in for Demented then when the the mail-in ballots are opened and counted it will be found that Hillary’s name will be printed within and checked off.

  • gwbnyc September 21, 2020, 9:30 AM

    I dived in the terlet tank til the danger passed.

  • Harry September 21, 2020, 9:54 AM

    Biden may have planned on giving a much, much, much longer speech.

  • Freddy Freeloader September 22, 2020, 2:15 PM

    As long as it’s all Democrats shuffling off to meet their maker what’s not to like?