Barack Obama on John Lewis.  ” . . .  thanks to him, we now all have our marching orders — to keep believing in the possibility of remaking this country we love until it lives up to its full promise.”

And then there’s Obama successor.

The “billionaire” arguably now worth $50 million less than he inherited.
The “businessman” who lost $1 billion.
The “taxpayer” whose returns couldn’t possibly still be under audit.
The “king of debt” who bankrupted three casinos.
The “genius” who lies about his grades and cheated on his SATs.
The “Christian” who doesn’t go to church except this time.
The “philanthropist” fined $2 million for his nonexistent good works.
The “educator” fined $25 million for defrauding his students.
The “innocent man” 1,027 former federal prosecutors agree obstructed justice to conceal his guilt.
The “president” who takes no responsibility.
The “deal maker” bested by China and North Korea.

So we need to vote.

Bob Stromberg: “As far as I know, this is the best list of actions individual voters can take to protect their right to vote.  Please mention it on your blog.”

And we need to contribute.


1.  Today – Jill Biden.

2. Today – Campaign Chair Steve Richetti.

3. Sunday – Pete Buttigieg, Billy Jean King, Andy Cohen, Jane Krakowski, Barbra Streisand and lots more.  (Fifteen dollars!)

4.  Skip the zooms but save the world.


There is ZERO RISK of our winning by too much.  No way will you say to yourself, “why did I dig so deep when my country called?”  We’ll either be hugely proud we did dig deep  or – God forbid — quietly troubled for the rest of our lives that we didn’t.



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