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Emily Oster Democrats Deserve F-Bombs, Not Amnesty

Friday, November 4th, 2022

Emily Oster Democrats Deserve F-Bombs, Not Amnesty


Democrat hatchet man Paul Begala once lamented that Democrats were on the verge of becoming a political party of only “eggheads and African-Americans.” He was half-right. Blacks and Hispanics continue to abandon Democrats in droves and run for office as Republicans. The leftist plan to import millions of new Democrat voters has backfired. Blacks and Hispanics want a better life as badly as their Caucasian counterparts. Democrats cannot deliver that better life. After President Joe Biden’s closing argument rageathon, the only people left making excuses for him are rich white liberal one-percenter academics. They prefer Kamala Harris, because nothing says wokeness like rich white liberals promoting the least qualified minority available.


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Slightly edited transcription of Biden’s latest ranting aside, he is too incoherent to sway anyone. To prevent an electoral bloodbath in the 2022 midterms, the secularists in academia are ironically trying a Hail Mary. The most insidious and vile attempt comes from rich white liberal professor Emily Oster.


Professor Oster is calling for a “Pandemic Amnesty.” She claims to want people to forgive each other for certain negative behavior during the Covid pandemic. After two years, we should just let bygones be bygones.


Of all the f-words that come to mind, forgiveness is not one of them. The appropriate response to this academic at uber-liberal Brown University is f-bombs.


For starters, Oster is asking for a ceasefire one week before an expected election shellacking for Democrats. Every time Democrats face a brutal electoral reckoning, they magically develop an 11th hour need to sound like something out of Family Circle Magazine.


The bigger problem is that this has never been two-directional warfare. Most people on the right play by the old rules where talking about cutting taxes and killing terrorists could be discussed civilly. Too many on the left long ago abandoned any pretense of idea-driven campaigns. The Saul Alinsky strategy of “polarize, personalize,” seek and destroy has been taken to extremes. Oster wants a ceasefire but never apologizes for true acts of violence committed by liberals against conservatives, Trump voters and others under the Covid cloak.


Oster Democrats never apologized for screaming at random people who were maskless. My own breathing disorder provided the options of death by suffocation or mask removal. The left did not care. They screamed because they scream. In Red China, any children who had not read Mao Tse-Tung’s Red Book were violently assaulted. Masks are the new Red Book.

Oster Democrats never apologized for getting thousands of unvaccinated workers fired. Academics joyfully led the charge. The same rich white Ivory Tower liberals pretending to care about income inequality took glee in cutting off the income of blue-collar workers. These firing created more than a medical shortage during a pandemic. The number of dockworkers who lost their jobs was a direct cause of the current supply chain crisis destabilizing the global commercial world. The number of fired police officers directly exacerbated the spiraling crime crisis in cities that need law enforcement officers the most.


Most importantly, Oster Democrats have never apologized for fomenting violent rage that has led to far too many attempted murders. Steve Scalise was shot. Rand Paul was beaten. North Carolina GOP headquarters were firebombed. A Duval, Florida GOP booth had a truck ram into it. A Marco Rubio volunteer was beaten and hospitalized.


There is no equivalent on the conservative side. When Paul Pelosi and Gabby Giffords were attacked by leftists, conservatives were properly horrified. Liberals mention January 6th in every third sentence, but most people outside the Beltway do not care about doofuses committing misdemeanor trespassing. Donald Trump builds buildings. His critics are the ones burning them to the ground. Portland is an entire city dedicated to nightly violent leftist rage.


Oster Democrats have never apologized for exploiting Covid to weaponize every alphabet soup administrative agency against innocent Americans who just wanted to be left alone.


If Oster Democrats want to be taken seriously, they can start by taking their midterm beating gracefully, accepting the results, and changing their own behavior.


Otherwise, Democrats will deservedly be reduced to the party of Emily Oster, Liz Warren, Hillary Clinton, and a few screaming middle-aged people of indeterminate gender.


Liberals have become the new Palestinians. Peace is impossible when one side refuses to accept that the other side has a right to exist. This rejectionism is why peace is impossible with Hamas, Hezbollah, or rich white liberal college professors. They only want peace after being crushed on the battlefield. Once their self-declared pre-election ceasefire is over, they go back to waging war.


Crush them. Drop the F-bombs. Then vote every last leftist zealot out of office.



NFL 2022 Week 9 Prequel

Thursday, November 3rd, 2022

NFL 2022 Week 9 Prequel

Thursday, November 3, 2022, 8pm

Philadelphia Eagles (-13) (at) Houston Texans — The best team in the league takes on the worst team in the league. The spread is still too high for a road team on prime time. The Texans have been competitive. They played Tennessee tough last week. Jalen Hurts is playing great, and is far superior to Davis Mills. Yet Mills is competent enough and the defense is stingy enough to prevent a total blowout. Eagles win but fail to cover

Sunday, November 6, 1pm

Los Angeles Chargers (-3) at Atlanta Falcons — Why are the Chargers favored? Every year they look good on paper. Every year they underachieve. The Falcons are overachieving. Marcus Mariota is playing well. Yes, Justin Herbert is great. He lacks a good arch leading him. This could be as crazy as Atlanta’s win last week. Upset special, Falcons win outright

Miami Dolphins at Chicago Bears (-4 1/2) — This is not 1985. Justin Fields has not proven himself yet. Tua Tagovailoa has. The Dolphins have the better defense. They will force turnovers. Upset special, Dolphins win outright

Carolina Panthers at Cincinnati Bengals (-8) — The Panthers have gotten much better in the two weeks since steve Wilks took over. Yet the Bengals are at home looking to rebound after a humiliating prime time road loss at Cleveland. PJ Walker is no Joe Burrow, but he is competent. A garbage touchdown is highly possible. Bengals win but fail to cover

Green Bay Packers (-3) at Detroit Lions — The Packers have lost four straight, but the Lions cannot stop anyone. The Lions put up a bunch of points and then the defense melts down. If it comes down to a Hail Mary, trust Rodgers. Lions fans are still scarred from that one. A Detroit win here could finish off Green Bay, but until the Lions beat the Packers, they do not get the benefit of the doubt. Packers cover

Las Vegas Raiders (-1) at Jacksonville Jaguars — Both teams are awful with only two wins on the season. The Jaguars are well-coached by Doug Pederson and will improve. Josh McDaniels refuses to use Josh Jacobs when it matters. If the Raiders unleash Jacobs, they win. If McDaniels gets in his own way, the Raiders lose. The Raiders secondary is still awful. McDaniels may let Jacobs run wild so McDaniels can save his own job. This is the very last time to give the Raiders the benefit of the doubt. Raiders cover

Indianapolis Colts at New England Patriots (-5 1/2) — The Colts blew a 9 point fourth quarter lead last week to lose in the final seconds. The Patriots gutted out a win at the Jets. Trust Mac Jones and Raimondre Stevenson over sam Ehlinger until Ehlinger gets more seasoning. Jonathan Taylor has not gotten going this year after a brilliant 2021. Patriots win but fail to cover

Buffalo Bills (-13) at New York Jets — The Jets are not as good as the hype, but they do not belong on the scrap heap either. They are improved, just not at the elite level Buffalo is at. Both teams have a good defense. Josh Allen is far better than Zach Wilson. The spread is too high given the Jets defense. Bills win but fail to cover

Minnesota Vikings (-3 1/2) at Washington Commanders — Kirk Cousins gets a chance to beat his old team. The Commanders showed guts and heart under Taylor Heinecke by overcoming a 9 point fourth quarter deficit last week. Yet the Vikings are 6-1 for a reason. Justin Jefferson and Adam Thielen are a great receiving tandem, and Dalvin Cook is running hard. Pick your poison. This will not be a blowout, but the Vikings have the talent win by at least four points. Vikings cover


Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals (-2) — The Seahawks shockingly lead tDe NFC West at 5-3 and got a huge emotional home win over the Giants. The Cardinals are improved with Deandre Hopkins back. Kyler Murray can scramble and gene Smith has been far more competent than effective. Pete Carroll is a better coach than Kliff Kingsbury. A letdown is certainly possible, but Carroll knows how to keep his players focused. Upset special, Seahawks win outright

Los Angeles Rams at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-3) — The Rams blew a 27-3 lead before winning a dramatic playoff game 30-27 at Tampa last year on the final play. Both teams have regressed. The Buccaneers are 3-5, and the Rams just got humiliated at home again, this time by rival San Francisco. The Rams still have more healthy playmakers. Brady will be burning for revenge. This is the very last time this year to give Brady the benefit of the doubt. He has been so good for so long that it is hard to believe he has a bad team. Buccaneers cover


Tennessee Titans at Kansas City Chiefs (-11) — The Chiefs have an explosive offense that is back in gear after some early struggles. The Titans win ugly with smash mouth and defense. Walrus Andy Reid wants to out-scheme you on offense. Mike Vrabel wants to punch you in the mouth on defense. If the Chiefs get rolling early, it will be tough to establish Derrick Henry. Ryan Tannehill cannot go toe to toe with Patrick Mahomes. A blowout is possible, but if the Titans can handle the early emotions of the home crowd, they can make the game competitive enough. Chiefs win but fail to cover

Monday, November 7, 8pm

Baltimore Ravens (-3) at New Orleans Saints — The Saints have a very good defense that has frustrated everyone from Derek Carr to Tom Brady. Yet even with Alvin Kamara and Taysom Hill, the offense does not do that much. Lamar Jackson is ridiculous. If any team can contain him, Dennis Allen’s defense has a shot. The Ravens have blown several double digit fourth quarter leads this year. Yet the team seems to has gelled. The Saints pitched a shutout last week, but John Harbaugh will commit to the run. Ravens cover