Just Say No to the (Slightly) Lesser of Two Evils 2016

Today we’ll discuss last night’s Presidential debate, in which everyone seemed to be trying to prove which of the two candidates is the (slightly) lesser of two evils. Other stories, too. See Program Notes, below, for all the stories, etc., I plan to discuss.

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Program Notes

In Second Debate, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Spar in Bitter, Personal Terms

Trump brings Bill Clinton accusers to St. Louis debate

Statement from Gary Johnson Reacting to the Debate

How Hillary Clinton Grappled With Bill Clinton’s Infidelity, and His Accusers HT Robert Mayhew

Podesta Emails, Part Two (Wikileaks)

Priebus Abandoning Sinking Ship HT Stuart Hayashi

House Speaker Won’t Defend Donald Trump, Upsetting G.O.P. Hard-Liners

CNN Contests ‘Absurd’ Accusation Reporter Coached Post-Debate Focus Group [VIDEO]


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2 responses to “Just Say No to the (Slightly) Lesser of Two Evils 2016

  1. David Blankenau

    In a response to a Facebook post, I characterized these two clowns with a term familiar to you, Amy – Revulsifying. I hope you don’t mind my use of your mother’s creative word; I DID give her due credit. 🙂

    • No, I don’t mind. 🙂

      Yesterday I was thinking that this election cycle calls for yet another word, however. And I think I’ve got the perfect one: “disheartenating.”

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