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Stop Trying To Make Sense

Democrats and liberals are again losing their mind over the thing that they hate more than anything else: common sense.

First they can’t hardly believe it is coming from West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin. He has written an opinion piece in the Washington Post that I’m sure has Chuck Schumer blowing up his phone this morning.

In the piece Manchin cautions against ousting the voting procedure to keep the majority party from bypassing minority opinion in enacting legislation.

“The filibuster is a critical tool to protecting that input and our democratic form of government. That is why I have said it before and will say it again to remove any shred of doubt: There is no circumstance in which I will vote to eliminate or weaken the filibuster,” Manchin wrote.

Now there is a difference between saying it out loud to the press and then standing in the chamber to actually vote on it, but Manchin has never seemed all that afraid to buck his own party especially when the state he represents almost undeniably hates everything that Democrats do. Trump won the state in 2020 by a staggering 39 points.

Manchin is well aware that the day will come when Democrats will want to filibuster Republican legislation and getting rid of it would hamstring them down the road. Wow, a politician who actually thinks and plans ahead – clearly a dying breed on capitol hill.

Even more infuriating is that Augusta National Golf Club, home of The Masters Tournament which starts today, responding to Democrat’s idiotic proposal that the PGA cancel the event over Georgia’s draconian new voting laws. You know, the ones that are less stringent than the voting laws in Delaware, home of a somewhat famous dementia riddled racist white bread son of a bitch.

Anyway, the President of the club, Fred Ridley, in a speech yesterday said not one, but several things that, oh my god, actually made a ton of sense.

“I believe, as does everyone in our organization, that the right to vote is fundamental in our democratic society,” Ridley said. Hmm. Well yah.

Then he added this gem: “No one should be disadvantaged in exercising that right (to vote), and it is critical that all citizens have confidence in the electoral process.” Clearly a nod to the false narrative democrats have lied about in saying the bill limits voting which it clearly does not, and a thumbs up to the fact that the bill closes off the potential for fraud.

Lastly, he dropped this truth bomb, the one so full of common sense that AOC probably passed out when she read it.

“I’m not going to speak to the specifics of the law, but I think there’s a resolution, and I think that resolution is going to be based on people working together and talking and having constructive dialogue because that’s the way our democratic society works.”

I know right? And what’s particularly sad is I’m reading this morning that people on both the left and the right are finding issues with his words. Knock it off. And in the meanwhile pray that Hillary doesn’t knock off Joe Manchin, the only person left in Washington with a lick of common sense.

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