Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for May 15, 2019 it is the FREE LUNCH (Yesss!) edition of the show, number 224 (omgggg) with you charmingly lunchable hosts radio guy Todd Feinburg and AI guy Mike Stopa.
This week, we begin with an assessment of the Dems race to the bottom. Who can grovel and apologize in the most humiliating fashion? Beto is in the lead at the moment for his histrionic avowal of white privilege on The View recently. But they are are racing backwards, Red Books in hand, begging to be forgiven for not being sufficiently downtrodden and victimesque.
Is this really the winning strategy for the D-persons?
Then, we talk about the recent kerfuffle in Warwick, Rhode Island where they are lunch-shaming the poor kids whose parents don’t fork up the lunch money; to wit, they are giving the deadbeats’ kids cold lunches (sunflower butter sandwiches??? Yukkk! sounds cruel and unusual to me!).
Finally (say it like the Donald) Chaaeenuh! Is this trade war actually the one issue in the entire body politic that everyone agrees on? I mean, Chuck tweeting to Donald: hold the line!!! Bipartisanship and inter-party comity courtesy of the Commies. Same as it ever was, I guess.
Our shower thoughts, of course. Our hidden gem? From the Disney cover album Stay Awake, Bonnie Raitt performing Baby Mine from Dumbo! Enjoy!
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