News Headline: “Donald Trump keeps hammering ‘low-energy’ Jeb Bush.”
We all know people who have “high energy,” of course
And we cross the street to avoid them.
Yellowstone earthquake counts for the past three months, as of September 1, have gone from 83 to 60 to 44.
So the threat is diminishing.
Or it might be a countdown. . . .
News Item: “. . . reveals that Trump’s appeal lies largely with historically unengaged and uninformed voters. . . .”
As we continue the search for nice ways to say lazy and ignorant.
News Item: “A Phoenix man claiming to be on hallucinogenic drugs broke into a neighbor’s apartment and attacked the neighbor and her service dog with a fire extinguisher, police reports say . . .”
The National Rifle Association was caught napping here.
Why didn’t this man have a gun?
News Headline: “Marijuana wine the next big thing.”
So there will be a way to get through the 2016 presidential campaign, after all.
News Headline: “GOP insiders mulling Mitt Romney.”
So Mitt Romney now seems attractive.
Is there anything Donald Trump can’t do?
Ohio State football coach Urban Meyer regarding his two quarterbacks
as the season begins:
“They’re pros, man. I thought J.T. has always been a pro. . . .”
You’re not supposed to say it out loud.
News Headline: “Scott Walker open to building a wall along border with Canada.”
News Headline: “Scott walker backs off Canada wall comment.”
So let’s lay off Scott Walker.
He is not as dim as he seems to be.
As long as you have him set on a time-delay.
A National Rifle Association commentator has recommended that the parents of the Virginia TV reporter and cameraman shot down last week not be “so emotional.”