Here’s the level to which political discourse has sunk in this country. Two septuagenarians, one the former Vice President of the United States, and one the sitting US President, are now arguing with each other in public about which could have and/or would have kicked the other one’s ass in high school.
When I was in high school, I was the fat kid. I’d like to sit on both.
Maybe Vince McMahon can promote this ass-kicking contest as a pay-per-view, once Trump leaves office, provided they both Biden and Trump are still alive then.
Elsewhere on the political discourse front, actress Cynthia Nixon has announced she’ll mount a Democratic primary challenge to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Christine Quinn, former President of the New York City Council, called Nixon “an unqualified lesbian.” If she’s saying Nixon isn’t qualified to be governor, she may have a point. As far as I know, Ms. Nixon has never run for public office and never run any large organization. If she’s saying Nixon isn’t qualified to be a lesbian, first, what has that got to do with being Governor, and second, how exactly does one become a qualified lesbian? Ms. Quinn has apparently reconsidered, and apologized for her remarks, saying sexual orientation should have no bearing on anyone’s qualifications for public office. So Christine Quinn and I do agree at least on one thing.