The Camel plans to hump for ByeDone, maybe
In the department of useless gestures, such as voting in California, I hereby submit this comment to Madame Prosecutor, protector of the poor and disadvantaged. Think of her largesse, please, in providing so many of our citizens three hots and a cot for their use of Marijuana. How could one disparage the selfless acts of a public servant who ensures that our state will have a steady supply of reliable labor to perform essential work, such as political surveys--working at home, the Gray Bar Hotel? I contend, dear fellow swampers, that one would be remiss in failure to give credit where credit is due (and she has lots of credit at any office of Mnuchin's banks).
Days ago, the New York Times reported that Kamala Harris is seriously considering an endorsement of Joe Biden for president -- and she might endorse him well before the March 3 primary here in California.
Such an endorsement would be widely understood as an effort to tilt the race for the Democratic presidential nomination away from progressive candidates.
The Nation magazine has published an investigative article headlined “Joe Biden’s Friends and Backers Come Out on Top -- at the Expense of the Middle Class.” Written by a veteran reporter for the Philadelphia Inquirer, the piece noted: “Progressive Democrats who think 2020 is their year won’t soon forget Biden’s long fight for the banks and credit card companies against credit card and student debt relief.”
Meanwhile, an editorial by The Nation pointed out “Biden’s long record of poor judgment -- on everything from the 1994 crime bill that fueled mass incarceration to his botched handling of Anita Hill’s testimony against Clarence Thomas to his defense of Bill Clinton’s brutal welfare cuts to his support for the Iraq War to his role as cheerleader for Wall Street deregulation.” The editors concluded: “It may still be unclear which Democrat is best positioned to defeat Donald Trump, but we know one thing: The answer is not Joe Biden.”
Being a good citizen of the Western branch of the Dismal Swamp, it became evident that Kamala needed some toothful advice--oh, how I wish.
As a constituent, I urge you not to endorse Joe Biden for president during the primaries. I am especially concerned that, as the New York Times reported on Jan. 24, you might endorse him before the California primary. Such an endorsement would be very disappointing, and for many Californians would tarnish your reputation.
You are a soulless suck-up. I don't expect you to act in good faith to help our country for any reason except your personal benefit.
I went to bed, dreaming of an angel in the Senate--woke up with a monster.
Who sees us when we cry?