I agree about nicknames.— EMPEROR ‘KINGFISH’ WHITEPILL (@CptBlackPill) May 11, 2019
Hence, Blompf: a bloviating and polarizing old man who sold out to the donors, who is out of his league, who has no real policy victories, who is surrounded by conservatives giving him bad advice. Literally the greatest disappointment of our times https://t.co/x9tb9gtq5Z
“CONCORD, N.H. — It is a backhanded compliment Andrew Yang has received before, and one that a New Hampshire voter paid him again on Friday as Mr. Yang was campaigning and trying to raise his profile in the 21-candidateDemocratic field.
“You’re too nice,” a man told Mr. Yang. “You need to be meaner.”
As his better-known rivals like Senator Kamala Harris of California and former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. have ratcheted up their attacks of President Trump, Mr. Yang, the former tech executive promising to give Americans $12,000 a year, has portrayed himself as a math-obsessed, solution-focused nerd who would be an ideal foil to the president. ….”
“STUART, Iowa — Andrew Yang knows that most Americans have absolutely no idea who he is. Even before he makes his expected debut on the presidential debate stage next month, he has a good guess what viewers will be thinking when the camera shifts to him.
“‘Who the hell is that guy?’ ” said Yang, 44, speaking between stops during a recent campaign swing through Iowa. …”
Personally, I find it refreshing that Andrew Yang is friendly, honest, practical, non-ideological and solutions-oriented. If he was ranting and raving about how White people suck like The New York Times, he would just be dismissed like Elizabeth Warren or Beto O’Rourke.
I’m tired of dealing with angry, polarizing Boomers whether it is Blompf or Joe Biden who have no solutions to any of our national problems or even the slightest curiosity about them. I get the sense with Yang that this is a person who will wake up every morning, walk into the Oval Office and do the f**king job and think very deeply and seriously about the country and not himself.
It is also reassuring for me that Yang is a math-obsessed, solutions-focused nerd. We can deal with someone who has that personality and temperament. The nerd can be reasoned with and persuaded because he focuses on the information and solutions to problems instead of ideology.
We didn’t know about the looming robot apocalypse because literally no one else in national politics was talking about the issue. Since Yang brought that to our attention in February, many of us have been digging into that and have concluded he is right. We can’t afford 4 more years of polarizing Boomer politics. The stakes are too high now with the projected job losses from automation.
I simply can’t in good conscience trust Blompf, Charlie Kirk and Larry Kudlow to address that problem. Assuming we DON’T get dragged into another war for Israel, they will spend another 4 years crowing about the Goldilocks economy while the suicides, drug overdoses and job losses skyrocket.
Note: I’m dying of laughter.
This video is the best take yet on the whole situation.