Note how unbiased my writing is? So did I. Pandering is pandering.
Remember Bill Richardson, ex governor of New Mexico, when he was running in the democratic field? Probably 2008 election. He said he'd cure breast cancer in five years if he were to be elected. He said it more than once. The good old days when democrats gathered in packs and competed insanely, just like republicans are doing this year.
Ever since I saw him in that "cure cancer" debate, he has been the poster child, in my mind, of political pandering and an implied view that we are all hopeless nincompoops
Not all of them, actually, but enough. While we have people pandering to snake handlers, tongue speakers, and potential neck tie party participants on the repub side, the democrats have managed to make Hillary look like a voice of reason and pillar of integrity. And Bernie comes of as the no-nonsense even better voice of reason.
Hillary tries to buy votes as cheaply as possible. Bernie doesn't care. He throws out extravagant promises of cash. All your loans forgiven. Free university for all. Plenty of dough to raise a family for all. Whatever.
I couldn't even retain some of the Huckabee notions among others. The ones I can, I just don't want to repeat because dems will use it as evidence they are right. But they aren't. It's just that some crazy people disagree with them for wrong reasons. The rest of us do because they'll create even more of a totalitarian state than we have. And they adhere to economic theories that won't even work if we jump to the quantum level.
So they got upset about warning a caravan of truck drivers before bombing their trucks. Now I do not know if our people suffered as a result. If not, and it is true that the had reason to think the drivers were civilian and not active ISIS then fine. But then I wonder, if they are hired to drive trucks with stolen ISIS oil to wherever the islamic state wants it to go,. then I would think isis already vetted them, force converted or whatever. So, on one hand, it seemed a reasonable, humaintarian thing to do. On the other it seems foolish.
Which hand is right?
or correct, I mean. My right hand is right, of course, and left is left.