Coming in January 2017

Let’s imagine, for a moment, that the GOP has recaptured the White House. What happens next? This, says Miriam:

[T]he homeless, who you never read about during the Obama administration, will start flooding the streets of American cities.

Among them will be decorated veterans, many with limbs missing, and small children. This great mass of homeless will take to the streets the day after inauguration, January 2017.

Assuming the machine is willing to wait that long. Finding a TV screen full of people who look pathetic is child’s play for the Democrats.


  1. Bill Peschel »

    6 May 2014 · 7:05 pm

    And The New York Times will editorialize against the use of presidential orders and signing statements (e.g., “I’ll sign this bill but I won’t enforce it). And everyone will wonder why gas is approaching $4 a gallon. And if the GOP take the Senate, that they should undo the “nuclear option” Harry Reid dropped with regards to filibusters.

    I wish I could say this is an example of brilliant political insight, except that we saw all this happen the last time an “R” occupied the WH.

  2. CGHill »

    6 May 2014 · 7:48 pm

    Especially since they’re persuaded that it worked.

  3. McGehee »

    7 May 2014 · 8:50 am

    And not just on the low-information voters. It seems also to have worked on the low-testosterone D.C. Republicans.

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