Friday, December 11, 2020

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Named TIME's 2020 Person of the Year


The establishment media has spoken.

 Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have been announced as TIME Magazine's Person of the Year.

TIME is probably correct in that these two hustlers will have a major impact on the future of the United States and probably the world but it won't be for good.

This is not about goodness. Joe is as crooked as you can get. I honestly think other officials in government are jealous of what we all now know about the at least tens of millions it appears he has raked off. And Kamla jump-started her career in the early days by being then San Franciso Mayor Willie Brown's mistress.

They don't get much more power-hungry and opportunistic than these two.

Hayek was right, in politics, the worst get to the top.



  1. I guess if one person can be a "they," then two people can be "person" of the year.

  2. Fanciful thought: What if evil was lighter than air? A person committing a heinous act would simply float away to become an oxygen-starved popsicle at 30,000 feet.

    But what about the slow descent into evil ways that might take years or decades to ripen? They would be forced to wear weights to keep them earthbound. The greater the evil, the more weight needed.

    The load of figurative weight carried by Joe&K must be enormous. But what if the ever-increasing evil applied heat to the innate sense of right and wrong, rather than extra  weight added to a body? This might be more difficult to spot. Have we been warned about this possibility?

    For some, these words exactly tell the tale:

    " the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils; Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron..." (1Tim 4:1-2)

    Even Bible-bashers must admit, that's pretty good stuff. In my, occasionally humble opinion, those words hit the Joe&K nail squarely on the head. Instead of calling them Democrats, why don't we translate that into its core meaning and call it, the party of Sociopaths?

  3. I've considered getting a tee shirt with just "Chapter Ten" printed on it and see who gets it.

    1. Haha I really like that. Good way to pick friends, although you might also end up lonely, unfortunately

    2. That could create problems in the bedroom...

  4. Well, there's always the danger that they'll think it's a biblical reference.
    Or, Napster, somethin to do with "guy inches"??
    Anyhow, back during the Ron Paul campaign, I was walking around with my: "Enemy of the State" Rothbard tee shirt on and ONE GUY stops me and says: Yo, Murray Rothbard, right?"
    Obviously, made my day, but in retrospect: ONE GUY?!?!?!
    The Remnant is mighty, but eees smaaalll.