Airlines pocketed nearly $3 billion last year from fees for folks who had to change their tickets.
While all the usual suspects will have their cake and eat it, too, Quid would like to remind you, dear reader, of all of the amazing history that Aurora has beyond the curated museum collections.
Her beloved husband was the author of what he called the Eleventh Commandment: Thou shalt not speak ill of another Republican. But the Republicans have opened up their big guns on the Donald Trump bandwagon, hoping to derail his glide to the nomination.
We know what happens if Clinton wins — she nominates a 40-something liberal who spends 40 years on the court doing her best Ruth Bader Ginsburg imitation while Clinton spends the next eight years whispering that she might nominate Obama next. And what about Trump?
Republican electeds all over the state, once whimsical about Making America something something something are now worried that if Trump snags the nomination, an anti-Trump electorate could trample anything that ends in -R.
Obviously Mitt wasn’t the answer. And little Marco wasn’t the answer. And Jeb! wasn’t the answer. And the craven Republican leadership, which had welcomed Donald the Birther to the party in the first place, isn’t the answer. So, what’s left?
Trump didn’t call Rubio “Little Marco” or Cruz “Lyin’ Ted,” and, in return, they, along with John Kasich, didn’t say Trump was a con man who would destroy the party and possibly the country. Conceptually it was a disaster, and in just about every other way, too.
Trump and Sanders may work different sides of the room — only one of them, for example, is a demagogue – but they both won with vastly different brands of a populist message.
“I know most, if not all, of you reading this do not know who I am, but if things had gone differently for me over this past year, it is very possible you would know my name, for all the wrong reasons.”