Quotidian Update 45.86.2.ix

In a short while, I expect to be loading Bella with empty boxes and galavanting up to action-packed Del Norte, Colorado to bring back the art work that didn’t sell during the holiday extravaganza at the Rio Grande County Museum.

Yesterday, as I rode the Bike to Nowhere, I listened to “our President” talk to the Secretary of State for Georgia on the phone. I expected, later, to see a shot of a pink Cadillac with Raffensperger in the front seat, a screw driver through his head. Or something. It was not surprising since Trump has come across to me as a mafia thug before (always? continuously?) but wow. Raffensperger is a hero and deserves a statue or something. “Your data is wrong, sir.”

And why in the world do I need to know the name of Georgia’s Secy. of State? In normal times, I wouldn’t.


21 thoughts on “Quotidian Update 45.86.2.ix

  1. How awful is it that I’m actually proud of Raffensberger for doing his JOB? This is what he’s supposed to be doing, but so many people are NOT doing what they should be doing.

  2. I shudder to think what will happen next — as do the 10living former Secretaries of Defense! Tomorrow and Wednesday should be interesting!

      • That the times are also disorienting is true. I’ve had more trouble than usual with the day of the week, and I still have some scheduled appointments. Thus far I haven’t messed that up–phew!

  3. Gah. I’m glad that Raffensperger had a spine and the cojones to stand up to Trump. What a world! Is it possible that Trump will spend some time behind bars?? I can only hope that his “base” comes to their senses…

  4. I’m so glad this was recorded. And Bravo to Raffensperger for his grit and fortitude. And he said it so calmly. This will be a “sound bite” used for many heroic examples needed.

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