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Wednesday, February 5, 2020

Reacting to Rush

For John, BLUFDidn't someone once admonish us to love our enemies?  Nothing to see here; just move along.

Posted at InstaPundit, by Writer Ed Driscoll, 3 February 2020.

Here is the Post:

AN ARROGANCE JUSTIFIED BY NOTHING:  “As Harvard law professor Adrian Vermuele noted after watching Wilson, Lemon, and Ali in action [on CNN], ‘It’s perfectly rational for ordinary Americans to reject any possibility that this class should rule them, even if the alternative is Donald Trump.’”

Related:  CNN’s Reza Aslan responds to the horrific news that Rush Limbaugh was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer by tweeting, “Ask yourself this simple question:  is the world a better place or a worse place with Rush Limbaugh in it?”


Tulsi Gabbard 🌺
To Rush Limbaugh:  I and my family send our love and best wishes to you and your loved ones at this difficult moment in your life.  May your hearts and minds be filled with and strengthened by God's love.
Tulsi has gotten more support — or at least grudging likes — from the right than her actual politics suggest she should, and there have been explanations ranging from her comparative hotness to her willingness to diss Hillary.  But I think it’s also that she’s not constantly displaying the rather icky tropes of America’s anointed class.  Instead, she seems like an actual human being.
Yes.  I like Rep Tulsi Gabbard, because she acts like a genuine, nice person.  I trust her to make good decisions, made with a good heart.

Hat tip to the InstaPundit.

Regards  —  Cliff

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