Join Jim and Greg as they welcome more polling indicators of a good midterm election night for Republicans – including dismal numbers on the state of the nation and a huge shift towards the GOP among suburban women in just the past couple of months. They also applaud New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu for calling out “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd for living in a bubble after Todd was incredulous that election denial was not the top concern for voters this year. And they tee off on the suggestion in “The Atlantic” that we should just grant each other amnesty over our differences on COVID policy and just move on.

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  1. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
    Eustace C. Scrubb
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    Hey, I got an ad for Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission (my employer) in today’s podcast. Quite a step up from the ads for Planned Parenthood.

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  2. FredGoodhue Coolidge
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    I see the upcoming elections as, in part, a reckoning over the government’s actions in the recent unpleasantness.

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