More year-end awards today!  Jim and Greg embark on the second half of their six-episode saga known as the 2021 Three Martini Lunch Awards. Today, they offer up their selections for the best political idea, worst political idea, and boldest political tactics for the year. For the first two categories, their selections are derived from the same big stories but each has a different focus. But they choose completely different issues when it comes to boldest tactics.

 

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  1. Bishop Wash Member
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    Jim: “The man who ran around saying he had a plan for the virus.”

    Narrator: In fact he didn’t run anywhere. He sat in his basement and had the election stolen for him.

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  2. kedavis Member
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    On the plus side, David Souter is no longer on the court, but Clarence Thomas is still there.

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  3. John Hanson Thatcher
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    Of course the Chinese government is worse.  They don’t respect weakness, and whatever Biden is, he isn’t strong on anything, so the almost only  possible response from China is to push push against us.

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  4. John Hanson Thatcher
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    On the whole issue of what did they do for us, with respect to Rs, the best answer is the opportunity costs, the Dems had to endure while they could not pass something.  What the Rs have done for us is mostly, what they prevented the Ds from implementing.  I would like a lot more, but this is pretty significant

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  5. kedavis Member
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    John Hanson (View Comment):

    On the whole issue of what did they do for us, with respect to Rs, the best answer is the opportunity costs, the Dems had to endure while they could not pass something. What the Rs have done for us is mostly, what they prevented the Ds from implementing. I would like a lot more, but this is pretty significant

    What that amounts to is, GOPe “conservatism” is leftism going the speed limit.

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