Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America have fun with three different headlines, starting with the news that Florida GOP Gov. Rick Scott will run for U.S. Senate this year, possibly giving Republicans their best chance of winning that race. They also scratch their heads as Twitter CEO and supposed free speech champion Jack Dorsey describes a Medium article as a “great read” after it calls for all of America to follow the progressive path of California, says that conservatism must be thoroughly defeated, and labels Republicans as “bad guys on the wrong side of history.” And they fume after former First Lady Michelle Obama likens the presidencies of her husband and Donald Trump to parenting children. They also get a kick out of Mrs. Obama saying we shouldn’t look to make someone president just because they give a good speech.

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  1. HankMorgan Coolidge

    Due to the gun laws I’ll be voting against Rick Scott in the primary. But I’ll still vote for him in the general when he inevitably wins the nomination — we need to keep 50+ senate votes to keep the pipeline of awesome judges flowing.

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    • April 9, 2018, at 11:45 AM PDT
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