Well, yesterday wasn't as full as I was expecting it to be, at least not here. Translation: I didn't get as much accomplished as I wanted, basically because I had breakfast with my brother. Breakfast for me is normally oatmeal. As a result of the omelet, hash browns, and toast, I ran my errands to Giant, and to Dick's, and then turned into a slug. I got out the wallpaper steamer, but, alas, spent not a second stripping. I did, however, spend some time on another project I've been working on. I'll talk about that at a later date.
Anyway, I guess the GOP are trying to put a crooked face on Saccone's loss out near Pittsburgh. I'm sure the Idiot Jerk in the White House would have splutter something incomprehensible if one of his sycophants hadn't shoved a Big Mac in his mouth and handed him a diet Coke. Publicly they're saying Lamb won against a bad candidate... one whom the Idiot Jerk praised in an appearance there last Sunday (just saying). Privately they're scratching their heads and asking themselves "why don't people like us?"
Interestingly enough, an opinion at NBC News answered that very question this morning. About half way down 2 words jump out: Role Model. Conor Lamb stands for calm intelligence, rational behavior, and an astute awareness of what the voters want, and therefore represents the type of Role Model parents want for their children. Rick Saccone and the Idiot Jerk are at the opposite end of the spectrum, the rectum, so to speak. Do you really think parents what their children to grow to be like the Idiot Jerk? Well, perhaps some, those with a trash mentality. For the most part, however, that person in the White House represents the best in America. Up until the Idiot Jerk, the President has always been a Role Model children were encouraged to look up to, but all that changed in 2016. Now we have a pussy grabbing, three times divorced, porn star banger, foul mouthed scumbag sitting in the Oval Office. The Roll Model from Hell managed to get himself elected. The time has come to throw out the trash and Conor Lamb and Doug Jones are showing us how to do it.