Archive for October 24th, 2020

The other potential vote-switching debate moment …

October 24, 2020

This one may even sway some suburban women.

Most pundits agree that Biden’s Freudian slip that his goal-certain is to kill the oil & gas industry … the only open-switch is the time frame.

My view: there was at least one other potential vote-swaying debate moment.

About 9 minutes into the debate, on the subject of COVID. Trump said:

I say we’re learning to live with it. We have no choice.

We can’t lock ourselves up in a basement like Joe does. He has the ability to lock himself up. I don’t know, he’s obviously made a lot of money, someplace, but he has this thing about living in a basement.

People can’t do that.

I said, you know, this is dangerous. And you can catch it.

I caught it. I learned a lot. I learned a lot, great doctors, great hospitals. And now, I recovered … 99.9% of young people recover. 99% of people recover.

We have to recover.

We can’t close up our nation, we have to open our schools, and we can’t close up our nation, or you’re not going to have a nation.

A couple of minutes later, Trump followed up:

We can’t keep this country closed.

It is a massive country with a massive economy.

People are losing their jobs, they’re committing suicide. There’s depression, alcohol, drugs at a level that nobody’s ever seen before. There’s abuse, tremendous abuse.

We have to open our country.

You know I’ve said it often — the cure cannot be worse than the problem itself, and that’s what’s happening.

He (Biden) wants to close down.

He’ll close down the country if one person in our, in our massive bureaucracy says we should close it down.

Here’s my take…


The best summary of Biden’s tax plan…

October 24, 2020


Time for bed?

October 24, 2020

Most telling image from the Trump-Biden debate.

Remember when Bush-the-Father got skewed for looking at his watch during one of his debates?


click to view video clip

So, who do you want going up against Putin, Xi and the world’s other crazy leaders?

Oct. 24: C-19 Data Dashboard

October 24, 2020

229,284 Deaths-to-Date

903 Daily New Deaths  (peak 2,824 April 21)
> 7-day average 809     (peak 2.229 April 23)

81,143  New Cases
> 7-day average  59,452


Details below…