The Day After

by William Skink

The votes are in. Housing will get more expensive in Missoula, poor people across the state are screwed thanks to the failure of I-185 and Jon Tester gets to keep his job, which is accepting lots of lobbyist loot and taking care of poor bankers.

Now that Americans have had their opportunity to virtue signal on Facebook regarding voting, they will go back to ignoring things like never-ending wars in Afghanistan and the US-backed genocide in Yemen.

Oh, and we will get more investigations from the Democrat-controlled House. I heard it reported that Trump has faced zero accountability since being elected. I guess the nearly two years of the Russiagate investigation doesn’t count.

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4 Responses to The Day After

  1. Carla Augustad says:

    What a way to blow money and other energy into something that grow into the needs of the future.

  2. Eric says:

    Montana won’t go down the drain. We will have strong GOP majorities in Helena, and they should be able to keep Bullock in line.

  3. Big Swede says:

    I guess I can say it now.

    Williams should have body slammed a reporter.

  4. Eric says:

    I don’t think that would have helped.

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