That's what you get when the Pumpkin is your dictator.


Click through for all the thoughts but here's the headliner:

It's a mistake to think a dictatorship feels intrinsically different on a day-to-day basis than a democracy does. I've lived in one dictatorship and visited several others--there are still movies and work and school and shopping and memes and holidays.

And just so you know where the "two parties" are coming from: there's the fact that this is what Rethuglicans want.  See this gem from last summer: half of Republicans say they would support postponing the 2020 election

via Kottke

This article was updated on May 9, 2023

David F