Elizabeth Warren (D-Ma) is puzzled as to how anybody can want the presidency of the U.S. by saying what they can't do and what they won't fight for. This 8th grade argument supporting efforts to grant everybody in the world free health care, free college, free everything was in response to John Delaney (D-Md) trying to reign in all of those Santa Clauses (8 or 9 of them) on stage last night when he said that Democrats might want to forego promising things that will never happen, lest Donald Trump win re-election.
Most of the candidates vying for the Democrat nod for the Oval Office are all for free stuff for everybody, reparations for slavery, forgiveness of all student loans, health care for illegals (meaning for everybody in the world who figures out a way to step one foot inside the U.S.). I am thinking that if all of these dopes are promising things that will never, ever happen, then why not support issues that are way more devastating than not having free stuff?
Like gravity. That stuff kills millions of people every month, what with skydiving accidents, parachute malfunctions, airplane crashes and even people slipping and falling in the bathtub or shower. Why not campaign on promises to get rid of gravity? Everybody would sign up for that, right? I certainly would.
Or old age. This scourge has been around for, well, a really long time. And it is THE most deadly malady to face everybody on earth that makes it to their golden years. Old age is 100% lethal in the long run. Nobody (with the exception of Nancy Pelosi, who is now around 4,000 years old) will escape its ravages. Why don't these fruity moon bat nutbag Democrats run on eliminating old age from the face of the earth? I would sign up for that, too. Count me in.
John Delaney was the most reasonable guy up on that Democrat debate stage last night in Detroit, maybe only slightly more reasonable than John Hickenlooper, in trying to pull these whack jobs back into reality.
And yet the mainstream media outlets such as CNN, NBC, ABC, MSNBC, etc., have all officially shoveled dirt into John Delaney's presidential aspiration grave. He's just not stupid enough to get the Democrat tap for president. Not by a long shot.
Still, these Utopian dreamers are chasing the wrong windmills. These dip sticks should start campaigning on sure fire, lead pipe cinches like these dreadful scourges, and instead should be spewing from their pie holes: "Old age, I say, Gravity. They are killers, vote for ME and I will stamp them out, and we can all live forever in our meadows filled with unicorns and gum drops."
And still they drone on and on about doling out free stuff, which comparatively speaking is chump change, small potatoes. Go for the blue chips, you guys (and gals, and squaws). I know you got it in you.
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