Ted Vaill: Bernie has waged a spirited campaign, and if he does not win the nomination, at least he will have framed the issues of the Democratic Presidential campaign, pulled Hillary to the left, and kept the electorate interested as well as sharpening Hillary’s debating skills. Crazy Election Year
Ted Vaill: Will they deny Trump the nomination, and hand it to the new “establishment” candidate, “Lyin’ Ted Cruz”, as Trump calls him, or draft the “reluctant” Paul Ryan to save the party from destruction?
Ted Vaill: I have talked to University of Chicago students who took his con law course, and they said Obama was the most brilliant person they ever met. Supreme Court Justice Obama
Ted Vaill: There is little chance that Michael Bloomberg, after spending his billion dollars, would become President of the United States, but he could end up causing the election of someone he does not want elected.
Ted Vaill: I recalled that Bernie Sanders was an agitator, an activist even then, staging a sit-in at University of Chicago housing that excluded blacks. He has never stopped.
Ted Vaill: Let’s ban internet sales of guns and crack down on gun show sales and straw purchases, and impose comprehensive background checks on all gun purchasers.
reaking news: Kevin McCarthy, the House Majority Leader who recently announced his candidacy for Speaker to replace John Boehner, just announced that he has withdrawn his candidacy after apparently being unable to muster the 218 votes needed to be elected Speaker, with 30 or so “Freedom Caucus” members of his party refusing to support him. […]
Ted Vaill: We will have to live with Teddy’s daily bloviating for over five more years, unless he is censured, like Joe McCarthy in the 1950s shortly before he died of alcoholism, or chooses to quit the Senate, or, of course, if he is elected President in 2016.
Ted Vaill: A number of Democrat Congressmen and Senators have not yet announced their positions on the deal, arguing that they want to attend the classified briefings of the White House this coming week on the deal before deciding.
Ted Vaill: “I am very smart. I graduated first in my class at Wharton, the top school in the country.”
Ted Vaill: Think about how history would have been different if Justice Antonin Scalia had not sacrificed his legal principles to cast the deciding vote to elect George W. Bush president.
Ted Vaill: The results are extremely interesting, as the “clown show” is now beginning in earnest.
Ted Vaill: If the agreement with Iran fails because of the interference of the 47 Traitors, and the sanctions against Iran evaporate because of this failure to reach agreement, Iran will be free to proceed with its nuclear weapons program without penalty.