Looked for a gif to perfectly encapsulate my life on this particular Thursday and there it was…
Behold, the Dung Sisyphus. pic.twitter.com/uw2WoQQkQP
— The Hoarse Whisperer (@HoarseWisperer) November 8, 2018
“Vote for the one you like, then vote for the one that’s left.” Just keep repeating this mantra over and over until November 2020, everyone. Please for the love of god https://t.co/mnhJtQqoy9
— Lauren Morrill (@LaurenEMorrill) January 22, 2019
In this 1974 Herblock cartoon, Nixon says, "Listen, are you going to be loyal to me or to that (expletive deleted) Constitution?" pic.twitter.com/9G93IFm4zb
— Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) May 18, 2019
Note the dates on some of these…
An increasingly common email subject line from a @washingtonpost editor. “No meeting, too much news.”
— John Hudson (@John_Hudson) December 7, 2018
Warning: the media seem determined to make the next Democratic nominee for president an old white man. Almost any old white man will do.
— Charles Johnson (@Green_Footballs) April 9, 2019
Conservatives will embrace a drooling moron if they drive the libs nuts. But when liberals find someone smart with good annoying the cons skills they aren’t truly happy until they find something to hate about them.
— Schooley (@Rschooley) April 17, 2019
Today's socialist want to speak to capitalism's manager about the poor service White men are receiving.
— Sir Baba NostraAdeptus (@brill_inst) March 5, 2019
Remember how in Ender's Game, two children write about political theory and philosophy on the internet SO GOOD that they get put in charge of Earth?
I feel like a bunch of dudes on twitter think that's actually a real thing
— Dana Schwartz (@DanaSchwartzzz) July 20, 2019
It’s kind of a huge problem how many political reporters are pig-ignorant about politics. How much could you learn about a Yankees game if the reporter kept asking why they didn’t get more touchdowns.
— Molotov Frappuccino Thrower (@agraybee) May 22, 2019
Politics is like bridge. It has bids, contracts, a million inexplicable rules, parties working in unison, bluffing, guessing, and plain dumb luck. There is no thinking five moves in advance, because that's impossible, there's only making sure you maximize your transactions.
— Molotov Frappuccino Thrower (@agraybee) June 2, 2019
In any public dialogue among women about their lived experiences, two things are virtually guaranteed:
Many more women than those participating are listening intently without contributing.
Many of the men within earshot will refuse to listen but still vocalize a rebuttal.
— feminist next door (@emrazz) February 11, 2019
any body else regretting even getting out of bed this morning
any body pic.twitter.com/QfyGoeNqIE
— darth™ (@darth) September 24, 2018
Today was crap. Let’s try again tomorrow.
— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) September 25, 2018