Tuesday, October 11, 2016


A Nation in Denial. By Jim Geraghty
Excerpt: et’s hope 2016 will someday be remembered as the culmination of a long era of bipartisan American denial. This election marks the end of Barack Obama’s presidency, an eight-year stretch during which the White House kept insisting that things weren’t as bad as they seemed, that the solution was just around the corner, that things were getting better, and that anyone who said otherwise was just a dishonest partisan. “Recovery Summer.” “The system worked.” “If you like your plan, you can keep your plan.” “ISIS is a jayvee team.” “The world has never been less violent, healthier, better educated, more tolerant, with more opportunity for more people, and more connected than it is today.”

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