Tuesday’s Quick Hits

Before you marry a person you should first make them use a computer with slow Internet to see who they really are. ― Will Ferrell

Today’s quick hits deal with these important subjects:

  • Joe Biden
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
  • Final Fours
  • Hello Kentucky

Joe Biden:

Say it ain’t so, Joe.

Former Vice President Joe Biden has long had the reputation of getting a little too close to women. Now it seems since he may be running for President, two women have accused him of acting inappropriately.

Biden has not announced if he is running, but he leads the field of Democrats in the polls. These accusations may derail his chances to be President. Maybe that is what the accusations are intended to do.

One person says Biden acted inappropriately in 2009 and another one said he acted inappropriately in 2014. It’s interesting that they came forward now.

All is fair in politics, so the New York Post reporting, “Biden’s Dem rivals are leaving him out to dry over ‘inappropriate’ touch” does not surprise me.

In the immortal words of Biden himself, “This is a big F&*^% deal!”

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez:

About 75% of the crap you read about Ocasio-Cortez on social media is made up because the right wingers hate her.

The other 25% is self-inflicted by Ocasio-Cortez and that is where she has a problem.

For example, Ocasio-Cortez talked about President Franklin D. Roosevelt the other night at an event that was aired on MSNBC. She reportedly said that the Republicans changed the Constitution to keep Roosevelt from being reelected, but scholars noted that the Constitution was amended after Roosevelt died.

The New York Post reported that the 22nd Amendment, which limits presidents to two terms, was passed by a Republican-controlled Congress in March 1947 and ratified in February 1951. Roosevelt died on April 12, 1945.

I think Ocasio-Cortez has a bright future. Our country needs young people on both sides of the political aisle serving in Congress. When an elected person speaks, they need to be sure what they are saying is factual.

If they don’t speak the facts, they will end up being just another Donald Trump…

Final Fours:

The 2019 NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Tournament is down to the Final Four. They play on Friday.

#2 Oregon plays #1 Baylor and then #2 UConn plays #1 Notre Dame. These games are on ESPN2. The National Championship is Sunday on ESPN.

Baylor looks very tough this year, but don’t count out UConn.

The 2019 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament is down to the Final Four, also. They play on Saturday.

#5 Auburn plays #1 Virginia and then #3 Texas Tech plays #2 Michigan. These games are on CBS.

I picked Virginia to win it all.

Hello Kentucky!

Breaking News – Bestiality is now illegal in the Bluegrass State.

WLWT is reporting that Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin signed Senate Bill 67, which outlaws sex between humans and animals. Kentucky was one of five states that did not have a law banning bestiality. Wyoming, New Mexico, West Virginia, Hawaii and Washington, D.C. still have no such laws.

Sex crimes committed against animals are now a Class D felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

There’s nothing in the bill about cousins, though.

 

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2 thoughts on “Tuesday’s Quick Hits

  1. Washington DC isn’t a state, though it should be. 500,000 American citizens in DC do not have equal representation in Congress.

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