Or maybe they’re looking at their bottom lines. Having a Republican President in office is better for a lot of comedians’ pocketbooks and wallets. They can actually, you know, make jokes without their own side’s killjoys screaming at them “THAT’S NOT FUNNY!!!!!” Anyway, here you go: actual attempts at political humor.
Via Hot Air Headlines.
Turns out that the inevitability train hasn’t actually left the station yet: “The main super PAC supporting Hillary Clinton is struggling in its early efforts to line up cash towards a fundraising goal of as much as $500 million, according to sources with knowledge of its fundraising.” The PAC in question is Priorities USA, and it’s apparently still trying to figure out what it name actually means; the Politico article notes that there’s a lot of disputation going on over strategy and goals. There’s probably also a good deal of internal speculation on whether David Brock’s abrupt resignation from the group yesterday was due to… well, it would be impolite for me to suggest that it was paranoia, so I shan’t.
Come, I will conceal nothing from you: Hillary Clinton will eventually raise enough money to allow her to run for President. The donors dragging their heels now will eventually pony up for her, if she becomes the nominee. And the Left will dutifully declare that they are, indeed, ready for Hillary. But they’re not very happy about it, are they? In fact, they sound a lot like we did in 2008 and 2012: all rah-rah in public (albeit without too much affect) and kind of resigned about it all in private*. Like… MoveOn (and savor THAT irony for a moment), they’re actually kind of ready for somebody else. Except that there’s nobody else. Continue reading Ready for Hillary… actually, could you come back in a few months?