If you don't know Bill Nelson, I'll give you my own overview which is (a) he strongly supports a Burn Pit Registry for service members and contractors who were exposed to burn pits while in Iraq and Afghanistan, (b) he is a strong advocate for veterans, (c) that strong advocacy includes not blinding calling for war or blindly supporting a rush to one, (d) he is a strong vote for women's rights and women's health and (e) since he does have seniority, he's able to steer a lot of projects to Florida that a new senator wouldn't be.
Wally's so happy. I had no idea it was seen as such a close primary. But I live in California. (And don't pay attention there. Seriously. Barbra Boxer and Dianne Feinstein never face a strong primary challenge. In fact, other than Jane Harmon who is no longer in the Congress, I can't think of anyone in California who has repeatedly faced a strong Democratic challenger.) (My rep is Nancy Pelosi. The dreaded Pelosi. Each year, she gets a little dumber. She honestly was something to be proud of before 2002. But once she became Minority Leader and then Majority Leader, she basically flipped the bird to the Bay area.)
Ava and C.I. aren't planning to vote for president currently. I'm not telling tales in the playground, they've publicly addressed this. They might end up voting for Jill Stein. But I hear from a lot of people, as we go around the country who either don't plan to vote for president or don't plan to vote at all. And I'm not referring to the "I never vote" types. I'm referring to people who will not just 'get over it' about the way the nomination was stolen from Hillary or the sexism of 2008 or any of it. There are a lot of those people out there. Some of the ones I encountered voted for Barack in 2008 to try to give him a chance despite what was done to Hillary. They no longer feel he needs chances to show what he can do. They feel he's shown all he can do.
If this holds, 2008 may be most noticeable for how few people end up voting.
And he will have brought it upon himself, Barack. He could have made a real effort to prove himself as a friend to women.
Despite the whoring NOW and others are currently doing, he is no friend to women. The golf games (and the exclusion of women) alone tell you that. He's just another pig who expects women to forget their own needs and line up behind him.
Oh, Barry had a hard day at work and needs someone to rub his shoulders.
Yeah, well I did too and no one's rubbing mine, get over yourself Barack.
Closing with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"