Some Fries With Your Stupid, Axios?

Axios has a piece up: Rise of the anti-“woke” Democrat in which they extensively quote Bacardi Lifetime Achievement Winner Peggy Noonan’s W$J column as proof.

Is high noon(an) too early to start drinking?


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15 Responses to Some Fries With Your Stupid, Axios?

  1. Redhand says:

    I was curious just how old Ms. Noonan is since she has graced our National political landscape since St. Ronnie became Pres. in 1980 (at least).

    D’oh, I was shocked to see that I’m just a few days shy of being a full year older than she is. (Her d/o/b is Sept. 7, 1950). However, the grand dame really has been “too long at the fair.” When was the last time she voiced an opinion that wasn’t utterly predictable? When was the last time she actually had a new thought?

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  2. RWW says:

    Well if they had Peggy Noonan quoting Chris Matthews quoting Peggy Noonan, then that would be better proof for their tired old Dems in disarray/ too far left for America horseshit. What kind of rag is Axios anyway?

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  3. roket says:

    I would rather be woke than the alternative, whatever the F that is.

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    • The alternative: racist, white supremacist fascist.

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      • pagan in repose says:

        Well, the first time someone said “I was woke this morning” should have been
        the moment that all the grammarians of the world said “What the fuck?” and put a stop to all this bullshit wokeness stuff. Annnd what about “I was sleep this morning”? Does that make any better sense, or woke sleep, or sleep woke?

        Here’s George:

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  4. pagan in repose says:

    Ms. Peggy seems minimally exceptional about, well, everything.
    I had an “Ms. Peggy involuntary protein spill”, whoops.


  5. Scottiestoybox says:

    Hello TG. The people like her are stuck in a past that not only doesn’t currently exist but never really did. If you look at the Democratic positions and the polling of the people in the 1970’s they are to the left of progressives today. The biggest con of the wealthy was to get the right to go more and more extreme dragging the left to the right to compensate. The fact is when people are polled on issues without a party supporting identifiers, the people approve of left wing polices. The people want things that make their lives better and easier, that is a no brainer. Yet right wing media hype convinces people to vote against their own future and current benefits. It is so screwed up it hurts my mind. Then like in our federal legislature you have people so old to be totally out of touch with the culture and needs of the people today. Not to mention the older legislators are all wealthy like this Peggy Noonan in which you have both old age wanting what they had in their prime and wealth the rest of the people don’t have. It is easy to pontificate from ivory towers but it is really hard to live when you are shoveling in the mines. Hugs

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