Vote. It’s our American way. My way is to talk about a friend over 50 years old.
Donald Trump called me. Tired, tired, on a juggernaut bell, in a recent CV battle, enduring endless did-Russia / did-Russia battles, fighting ogres like Pelousy and Bullschiff, and facing the incomplete but last standing, slidin ’Biden, who might flunk an IQ, whose arithmetic needs Clorox and who campaigns in a basement that normally houses cockroaches, spiders, termites and mice.
Under stressful stress, exuding more stamina than an Army tank, Donald still had the strength and care to phone and see if a friend agreed.
Even a non-supporter said, “Only his genius can effect an economic recovery.”
And one supporter said, “Standing up to these shows he will stand up to any, any enemy.”
And slidin ’Biden needs a feeder. His co-chair intends to become president of the United States.
We’ve talked about the fear that vandals are why people can’t favor voters – but there’s a silent majority that favors them.
“I feel the same way,” Donald said.
It all comes down to this
Voting for the president means voting for the electorate, who vote for the president when the electoral college of each state formally meets on December 14th. His certifications go after every state plus the president and the senate. On January 6, the results were confirmed. If a swing state like Pennsylvania still counts the votes, or if both candidates get the 270 needed to win – it comes to Congress or the Dem-controlled Supreme Court. Do you remember Bush against Gore?
That time of year
Do you think that this election will not be hot and cold? In 1928, Dem Al Smith spent $ 7.1 million. Herbert Hoover, $ 9.4 million on GOP ads that say, “Hoover and Happiness or Smith and Soup Houses.” In 1936, FDR versus Alf Landon. Bad tricks like a marriage license employee telling a Dems spouse will cost them a lot in an upcoming national debt. 1964, LBJ to VP Hubert Humphrey: “If you didn’t know you were going to be vice president a month ago, you’re too ill to hold office.”
Let’s try again
Stay tuned, everything comes back. “Flashdance,” the 1983 film starring Jennifer Beals, is relaunched as a TV series. She looks at a black stripper who pretends to be a ballerina. . . And “The Addams Family” shows up again. Also a TV series. Set in 2020, Tim Burton directs. . . He can’t resurrect Reagan, so a movie is planned for his life. Filmed in Oklahoma for some reason. It was just planted, which had nothing to do with the fact that they were blocked in Oklahoma. Crew members had CVs. After? Who knows? Maybe a Woodrow Wilson rumba. . . The biggest grosser in 1977 after “Star Wars” was Burt Reynolds in “Smokey and the Bandit.” Well, the bandit is gone, but the thing is alive again. Now they are Seth MacFarlane and Danny McBride. Even then, and always, it’s for TV.
Some scary things
Statistics say that 5 percent fewer children are born on Halloween. Why? Who knows, I’m lucky to know this. But in addition to Vanilla Ice, Piper Perabo, Dan Rather, Dermot Mulroney – even from Halloween came the British poet John Keats, 1795. It must be something magical in the bubble and squeak. . . Another insanely important Halloween fact: Milliner Ivy Supersonic burps that: “Kim Kardashian stole my conception Pam Anderson.” Stay tuned, I knew you wanted to know that.
A half-hearted work has been banned from even a socially distant Halloween event. He swears his family is coming over to the Mayflower. But not the ship – the bottom of a moving van.
Only in New York, children, only in New York.