Yesterday was nice and quiet. The dogs and I had cake and ice cream. Dinner was chicken marsala, (I've been eating that a lot here lately), and desert was a homemade pecan pie. I told my Dr. this and he replied, "that's fine, it's your birthday, but you really need to lose 13 pounds before you next visit." That's in 6 months. That's right, I'm at that age where I visit my Primary Care Physician every 6 months. Do not worry, you, too, will hit that age.
While at the VA, I also got my Covid booster and my flu shot. Chatting with the nurse as I waited for my injection, I asked if the Covid boosters would ever go away. She told me no, they and flu shots are here to stay. I have no problem with that. I don't know about you, but I would rather have microchips swirling around in my blood stream then spend time in a hospital. (That's a bit of a joke for those who don't know my sense of humor). This morning, my Covid shoulder is sore, my flu shoulder is not.
And here's a not too subtle reminder of what happened yesterday.
He won by 3% of the vote, not bad. and Ozzie's loss is an embarrassment for the Orange Anus. I mean, how many times was that moral degenerate in PA to promote his bad decision? 3 or 4? I believe it was 4. And this projection was made without all of the mail-in ballots being counted. There's a huge possibility that 3% might actually hit 4%. That's a big defeat for the Quack from NJ.
Even though Vance did win in Ohio, last night was a serious smack in the face for the Republican party. They kept repeating constantly how it was traditional for the party which wins the presidency to lose badly in the midterms. Those dumbasses were counting on the Red Wave. I don't doubt for a second that the ultra conservative Supreme Court overturned Roe v Wade because of they anticipated Republicans taking control of the House and Senate. Yesterday's results mean they pretty much shit in their pants.
In fact, Trump, himself, is pretty much in the shitter. He had planned on riding that anticipated red wave into a presidential nomination. Ouch. While some of his endorsements did win (Vance), many big name endorsements did not (Oz). Amusingly, I saw where Lara Trump Tweeted some sort of shit that now was the perfect time for Trump to return without understanding he is one of the main reasons the red wave spluttered.
The base the Republican party counted on to come through for them failed. This creates a big problem for the party. If they do take control of the House and fritter away their wins by focusing on phony horseshit like Hunter Biden's laptop simply to satisfy that tiny base, they'll be shooting themselves in the foot. Will they? Watch out for the blood splatters.
So disappointed in Ohio. And Georgia. And many more, but I guess we need to celebrate the blue victories that did happen.ReplyDelete
Georgia will go to a runoff. When you look at the stats, Walker is getting almost all of the white vote. It's a sign of his stupidity that he doesn't realize they're going to tell him when to wipe his ass if he wins.Delete
I have the surefire way for you to lose the 13 lb on a special weight loss regimen that I find entertaining.... and you don't even have to leave the bed!ReplyDelete
Meanwhile I was very happy Shapiro and Fetterman won. I admit I was a little nervous about Fetterman. I was bummed about Sharmaine Daniels and Sara Agerton. The later never stood a chance. Delosier will have to be blasted out...but Sharmaine just about handed Perry his head. I laughed at that thought. Could you imagine him having lost to a woman!!! I'm so glad the governor in New York also won.
I've tried that routine and it doesn't work. No one wants to clean the cracker crumbs up afterwards. I wouldn't be surprised if Perry ends up resigning; his Trump connections will become unrelenting.Delete
Thrilled to hear the PA results, not so much OH and other states who elected Republicans to Congress. Holding onto hope that Democrats retain the House and Warnock prevails in GA. Low voter turnout is so unnecessary in this day & age with early voting, extended hours during early voting, absentee ballots, mail-in voting.ReplyDelete
I suspect that Vance will learn quickly that with all the finger pointing going at Trump, and not being able to have him as an ally, being a senator from Ohio is not everything he thought it was cracked up to be.Delete
Hopefully by 2024 the Republican Party will get behind anyone else, but Trump and we can be done with his madness.ReplyDelete
My doctor barely sees me once a year. I don't think twice a year is in my future-- we'll see.
The Republican party is dying. Trump sees running again in 2024 as the best way to survive an indictment, and the Qanon ? MAGA cult he's built will continue to drive nails into the GOP coffin. And when you're as old as I am, your doctor will want to see you more frequently.Delete
Oh, I loved that Oz was left in the dust. It doesn't look good for Mango Mussolini, right?
Also disappointed by Georgia and Texas. Ugh. And Ohio?? WTF??
And I'll forever have the microchips. They give me better phone reception. LOL
I do believe, if I remember correctly, the last time Warnock was elected, it happened during a runoff.Delete