One of the distressing aspects of dis coarse post-election discourse is the attempt on the part of some to portray bigotry, hatred, and racism as somehow legitimate because the bigots, haters, and racists feel “aggrieved.”*
*Afterthought, Late That Same Evening:
And, natch, because they are not Not White. Not White grievances are ipso facto not legitimate. If you paid attention, you’d know that.
I think I shall be ill.
Josh Marshall contemplates the “Trump-Pecker alliance.”
I have nothing to add.
Plaintiffs eat crow in silly lawsuit about crows.
Being a farm boy, I tend to be biased against crows, but, really, now.
Jesus, Mary, and Joseph, the chutzpah.
It leaves one babbling.
(I guess the bright side is, he stands tall and proud in his hypocrisy.)
Via The Bob and Chez Show Blog.
No, not the science fiction story. This:
The summer school students plopped down on an orange mat and listened as teacher Elizabeth Fraley read aloud to them from a book. As she pointed out different animals, they took turns pinning the lion and polar bear pictures on a corkboard.
They had already gone through parts of a book – front cover, back cover, spine – as they sat outside on the grass in Santa Monica. People walked by with their dogs. One floated past on a hoverboard.
The children, ranging in age from 3½ to 5, were engaged in more serious pursuits. They were at KinderPrep, a $1,000, weeklong boot camp designed to prepare them for the rigors of kindergarten.
Words fail me.