Vote. It’s our American manner. My manner is to speak a few good friend of over 50 years.
Donald Trump simply known as me. Exhausted, drained, on a marketing campaign juggernaut, in a current CV battle, enduring limitless did-Russia/didn’t-Russia battles, preventing ogres like Pelousy and Bullschiff, and dealing with the unaccomplished, however final one standing, slidin’ Biden, who may flunk an IQ, whose arithmetic wants Clorox and who campaigns in a cellar that usually homes roaches, spiders, termites, and rats.
Underneath crippling stress, exuding extra stamina than an Military tank, Donald nonetheless had the power and care to cellphone and see if a good friend’s OK.
Even a non-supporter mentioned: “Solely his genius can impact an financial restoration.”
And a supporter mentioned: “Standing as much as this reveals he’ll stand as much as something, any enemy.”
And slidin’ Biden wants a foodtaster. His working mate intends to be president of the USA.
We talked about concern of vandals being why folks could not favor him to pollsters — however on the market exists a silent majority favoring him.
“I really feel the identical manner,” mentioned Donald.
All of it comes all the way down to this
Voting for president means voting for electors, who solid their ballots for president when every state’s electoral school formally meets Dec. 14. Their certifications then go to every state plus the president and Senate. On Jan. 6, outcomes get confirmed. If a swing state like Pennsylvania’s nonetheless counting votes, or if each candidates seize the mandatory 270 to win — it comes all the way down to the Dem-controlled Congress or Supreme Court docket. Keep in mind Bush in opposition to Gore?
That point of yr
Suppose this election’s not heat and fuzzy? In 1928, Dem Al Smith blew $7.1 million. Herbert Hoover, $9.four million on GOP advertisements that learn: “Hoover and Happiness or Smith and Soup Homes.” In 1936, FDR versus Alf Landon. Soiled methods like a wedding license clerk telling a bridegroom Dems will value him closely in a coming nationwide debt. 1964, LBJ to VP Hubert Humphrey: “Should you didn’t know you have been going to be vp a month in the past, you’re too rattling dumb to have the workplace.”
Let’s attempt it once more
Pay attention, all the things’s coming again. “Flashdance,” 1983 film starring Jennifer Beals, is rebooting as a TV collection. It’ll give attention to a black stripper itching to be a ballerina . . . And “The Addams Household” is displaying up once more. Additionally a TV collection. Set in 2020, Tim Burton directs . . . Can’t resurrect Reagan, so a film’s deliberate on his life. Filming in Oklahoma for some purpose. It simply stopped, which had nothing to do with the truth that they have been caught in Oklahoma. Crew members had CV. Subsequent? Who is aware of? Perhaps a Woodrow Wilson rhumba . . . Greatest grosser in 1977 after “Star Wars” was Burt Reynolds in “Smokey and the Bandit.” Properly, the bandit’s gone, however the factor’s alive once more. Now it’s Seth MacFarlane and Danny McBride. Additionally once more, and at all times, it’s for TV.
Some scary stuff
Statistics declare 5 p.c fewer infants get born on Halloween. Why? Who is aware of, I’m fortunate I do know this. However moreover Vanilla Ice, Piper Perabo, Dan Quite, Dermot Mulroney — additionally from Halloween got here Brit poet John Keats, 1795. Should be one thing magical within the bubble and squeak . . . One other insanely essential Halloween reality: Milliner Ivy Supersonic burps that: “Kim Kardashian stole my Pam Anderson hat design.” Pay attention, I knew you’d need to know this.
One out of labor semi socialite’s been barred from even a socially distanced Halloween occasion. He swears his household came visiting on the Mayflower. However not the ship — the again of a transferring van.
Solely in New York, youngsters, solely in New York.