Friday, August 28, 2020

Quotes Of The Day

Saying the quiet part loud:

The more chaos and anarchy and vandalism and violence reigns, the better it is for the very clear choice on who’s best on public safety and law and order.” -- Kellyanne Conway, Thursday on "Fox and Friends," revealing COVID Donnie's game plan:  trying to benefit from the chaos and violence he's helping sustain in our cities around the country.

A mendacious convention vs. core values:

"If you recognize this as nonsense, you may not be in the target audience. The conjured specter of widespread “'urban violence,'” combined with warnings that the dictatorial Democrats against “'guns, gasoline and God'” would force Americans to wear masks, lock them down and keep them from church, may well resonate with people the GOP is aiming to fire up. And the falsely comforting portrait of the president may soothe those the party is hoping to persuade: giving them permission to support someone whose values jar their consciences by pretending his values are something else altogether.

“'In this election, it is not so much whether America will be more conservative or more liberal, more Republican or more Democrat,'” Vice President Pence said Wednesday night. “'The choice in this election is whether America remains America.'” We agree that the country’s core values are at stake in this election. This mendacious convention just provided more evidence of that."  -- Washington Post editorial this morning on the malicious nonsense peddled throughout the Republican National Convention Circus.

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