It’ll be an interesting question

Kamala Harris and a High-Risk, High-Reward Presidential Résumé
For the vice president, another run at the Oval Office is a near certainty. How her current responsibilities help or hurt that bid is an open question.

Sure, powerful men have patronage to distribute, some young women take part in that process.

Shrug.

But it’s going to be an interesting question, isn’t it? Will the American public vote – in their 70 millions or so necessary to win the Presidency – for Willie Brown’s taxpayer fed tottie?

Hmm.

3 thoughts on “It’ll be an interesting question”

  1. Will the American public vote – in their 70 millions or so necessary to win the Presidency – for Willie Brown’s taxpayer fed tottie?

    “American public” is a funny way of saying “Democratic operatives running suitcases full of ballots through the counting machines until the Democrats win”

  2. If over 81 million voted for a non-campaigning, semi-senile, blatantly corrupt hair sniffer (putting Obama’s 69 and 65 million in 2008 and 2012 into interesting perspective) anything appears to be possible the way votes are counted these days.

  3. Is it racist to refer to her as Caramel Harlot?

    Or just a bit of lèse-majesté since the girl’s a Brahmin?

    Oh God, I said “girl”. I do most profoundly apologise to whomsoever is offended.

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