Volodymyr Zelensky is famous in Ukraine. He stars in a popular TV series, "Servant of the People," in which he plays a history teacher who is elected president after his rant about government corruption goes viral.
While he plays a president on TV, he has no actual political experience.
Talk is cheap. Thus the following essay is offered with no expectation of financial reward. I will publish my MidTerm prognostications and invite other swampers to do the same. In view of the fact that none of us has absolutely ANY facts to back up your predictions--yet--please submit your guesses in the comment section. Then--and only then--if you are correct, YOU will get an opportunity to baffle us all with brilliance while explaining your methodology.
Sorry to corrupt Shakespeare at the outset. But the sentiment is what matters on the days before this November 6 election. So, here is an excerpt from Harry’s speech:
“In peace there's nothing so becomes a man
As modest stillness and humility:
But when the blast of war blows in our ears,
Then imitate the action of the tiger.”
Of all the states to undergo a teachers strike this year, Oklahoma gave the teachers the least amount of concessions and the most disrespect.
Some of you may remember this moment from a few months ago.
It's a good question. It's usually asked of children. I am not trying to suggest any such mentality among my readers, but rather am trying to break down the most recent political events in a manner that simplifies the garbage spewed by the MSM into easily digestible and contemplated facts.