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The lynching of the only Democratic hope

Wesley Pruden, Washington Times

When one of the dwarfs demanded that Joe apologize for keeping a civil tongue in the company of Jim Eastland, Herman Talmadge and other Southerners in the Senate, his first reaction was to demand an apology for himself, for the imputation of racism because he practiced basic good manners in the workplace. But in Joe’s country courage is held cheap, and quickly fades. He had to be housebroken. He finally apologized for working with Messrs. Eastland and Talmadge, both now dead, and then apologized a day later for his apology not being apologetic enough. Such is grim life in Joe’s country, where the Democratic powers that be are determined to set up a slam dunk for Donald Trump.