I too believe Fidel Castro’s “literacy” program was a barely disguised “re-education” program worthy of Mao. More to the point politically, I dread the thought of ceding Florida to Trump in the general. Especially having lived through those hanging chads of the Bush v. Gore era. https://t.co/gswEqLNMsa— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) February 25, 2020
1. There is also the "political malpractice" element here. Whatever Senator Sanders may think about Castro, what on earth is he doing talking about it? All of this points to his indifference to others' opinions, which is an inherently non-inclusive posture.— David Law (@davidkeithlaw) February 25, 2020
And the Gen. Buck Turgis "I'm Not Saying We Won't Get Our Hair Mussed!" Award goes to:But it goes beyond political malpractice. He's just like Trump in some ways. He needs his narcissistic supply so badly, even negative attention is good. Bernie goes out of his way to be provocative, to alienate people who would otherwise be allies, to drive away even Democrats.— South Carolina Primary Sat 2/29 7am - 7pm - VOTE! (@HalloweenBlogs) February 25, 2020
We got 49 more states, right? We can lose a few of the bigger ones, right?Have you BEEN to Florida?— Washington’s Ghost (@GeorgeW45027094) February 25, 2020
Spoiler: it is not a swing state when it comes to Trump.
Yeah, everybody goes bananas when Bernie says (the late) Fidel Castro did a few things right, as if that throws the election to the guy who writes love letters to the current communist tyrant of North Korea and can’t seem to say a word against the reigning former head of the KGB.ReplyDelete