Animal’s Hump Day News

Happy Hump Day!

This week finds Mrs. Animal and yr. obdt. back in our own Colorado.  While our adopted home state is increasingly blue, we did at least receive our primary ballots; we are registered as Republicans to give us the chance to vote in the primaries and, one would hope, have some influence on the local party.  In this primary there was only one selection, that being for President.  Status quo agreed to.  And so…

On To the Links!

Thanks to our blogger pals over at The Daley Gator for the linkback!  If you’re not reading The Daley Gator daily, you should be.

Nevada Democrats continue the party’s slide into madness.

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews is losing his shit.

MSNBC viewers are losing their shit.  I don’t know about you all, but I’m looking into investing in popcorn futures.

A fair number of Democrats think their party is losing its shit.

Meanwhile, the DNC prepares to screw Bernie over again.  And Nanny Bloomberg intends to be a part of that.

The Supreme Court has upheld the “Public Charge” rule.  Thumbnail:  No job, no green card.

Fuck off, slaver.  And have a quick read over the First Amendment while you’re at it.

Will Crazy Eyes be redistricted out of the House?

This Week’s Idiots:

Californey Governor Gavin Newsom is an idiot.

Colorado Governor Jared Polis is an idiot.

Ohio State Superintendent Paolo DeMaria (education) is an idiot.

The Earth is round, and now this idiot is flat.  The Darwin Awards people have been notified.  I reported on this nut a few years ago, at which time I predicted:

Here’s my prediction: Hughes won’t get out of that launch alive.

Called it!

And Now…

It’s great to be home for a few days.  But with every trip back, I’m seeing less of the dramatic difference between Colorado’s state government and the state government in our temporary New Jersey lodgings.  The increasing level of kookery coming out of Denver these days is saddening.

But, it’s always possible to vote with one’s feet.  We still have that freedom, at least.  For now.

And so, on that somewhat less-than-optimistic note, we return you to your Wednesday, already in progress.