Plus, Ask Matt Labash explores the "ick" in politics
That was awesome Matt, sorry I am so late, been really busy with life these days...lol
This article really nailed it for me. It restored my faith in humanity. Thank you for taking the time to make it so very enjoyable to read.
" All I have to go by" really sets the table.
The outpouring of Jan. 6 journalism is proof that Kamala was right to compare it to 9/11. But I vote for Heather MacDonald’s astringent take on all the hypocrisy it has inspired:
No music at the end? That's why I continue reading these articles. Oh well, I'll read the next article to see if at the end there's music.
As a youngest boomer CO3 voter, it’s most disappointing to see QBoert support out here, but not as disappointing that fellow critics fail to use my favorite #housedunceofcongress
Hashtag. What’s wrong with people?
All in all, thank you for your p of v that informs your writing. Who can quibble with one who so clearly understands and honors the tribe within (our dog buddies)? But it frosts my nuggies that you all keep capitalizing the gop. In fact they don’t deserve either capitalization or capitolization!!! How about the FOP or the OFP or the GDFAH? Also, I don’t believe that having , say 8 members of the gop can be considered to constitute a political party. Time to move on and kick out the jams!
Thank you for taking time to respond to me.
your humour is top notch political satire,keep it up
It is hard to believe the beautiful words of your Spots in Time essay and the cheap shot, cool kids, middle school comment about Pence came from the same place.
Kudos on making your point in such a deviously humorous way.
Thank you for helping me cling to sanity through saw toothed humor. I had platform shoes too and an afro to go with it! Ahh the goodle days.
I’m such a rule follower, that it’s hard for me to not vote. And I actually love voting day. I love waiting in line with my neighbors, cheering for first-time voters, getting my sticker, I eat it up. Even if I am voting for third-party candidates that are never going to win. In 2020 I actually wrote in a candidate for the first time, which was exciting as well! However your Boebert/Cawthorn ticket could be the one stop me from voting - so congrats on that! I hate to wish for a party to burn itself to the ground, but it it might be the best thing for the Republicans at this point. Hilarious as always!
Thank you, Matt. Your writing, insight and choice of topics has been a consistent buoy for the past few months. Hats off the JVL for insisting I subscribe, his wisdom is remarkable. This, like the Keillor piece earlier in the week has managed to keep me in good spirits as I quarantine for 10 days. (Okay, you don’t have to feel sorry, I am in the Turks and Caicos islands, but still..) Every read since Bluebirds has hit me perfectly square. I can’t wait until fishing season starts! I hope you and your family are on the other side of this insidious virus.
A fine exposition. A+
Your Gerald Ford quip brought back memories, that was my first real vote as a Republican. I'd turned 18 a few months before, and continued to vote for every Republican nominee for the next 40 years. I left the GOP for good in 2016 even before Trump was the official nominee; I knew if he was the best the party could do we were in real trouble. I couldn't have imagined how much worse the reality would be.