Join Jim and Greg as they welcome news that Democrats in Florida admit being “fatalistic” in knowing Republicans are very likely to win statewide races. They also unload on the Biden administration over it’s plan to “forgive” $10,000 in student loans and pass the bill over to people who never took out the loans or responsibly paid their bills. Finally, they discuss Rep. Jerry Nadler’s surprisingly easy win in a member vs. member New York House primary and Rep. Carolyn Maloney blaming her loss – at least in part – on misogyny and a sexist system.

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  1. kedavis Inactive
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    Looks to me like Maloney lost by the number-of-chins ratio.

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  2. Taras Coolidge
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Looks to me like Maloney lost by the number-of-chins ratio.

    It would have been nice to be rid of the loathsome Nadler, but for that very reason it’s probably advantageous for the Republicans that the Democrats kept him and dumped the more photogenic Maloney.

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  3. colleenb Member
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    Very catty comments – and I love it!

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