Not a good look, Dave


The only people who could possibly be undecided about the current presidential race have to be dissembling cowards who know they’re in the wrong but want to waffle about to hide their revolting positions. Like…

That was his position after the debate. What a lying chud.

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  1. mnb0 says

    Anyone who decides because of the debate(s) looks worse; anyone who thinks that the debate(s) should make anyone decide doesn’t look too good either.
    Because the decision should be based on, you know, content. So I repeat:

    https://www.ft.com/content/f1052807-a864-4b27-9b26-52d27ca7e95f

    Unfortunately it’s the only time JoeB said something substantial, but fair is fair – it’s still more than nothing.

  2. ORigel says

    If anyone cares to engage with this deplorable man, shame him using the only principle (other than selfishness) that he may possibly hold, secularism– Trump is in the pocket of Christian theocrats. Biden is not.

  3. ORigel says

    Silverman should smell the roses, convert to Evangelical Christianity, tour churches, and write a book about his sordid past as an liberal atheist.

    It’ll make him rich conning the gullible Christians. And he’ll have free rein to sexually assault women in the churches he speaks at, because many people cannot imagine that a man of God can be credibly accused of wrongdoing.

  4. microraptor says

    Saying that you’re an undecided means that you realize that Donald Trump is not a good person and shouldn’t be president but you’re going to vote for him anyway because it’s fine as long as you’re not publicly associated with supporting the white supremacist.

  5. kurt1 says

    @5. ORigel
    Ah yes, the Dave Rubin trajectory. Maybe Silverman shoots for a spot on BlazeTV or PragerU.
    Laughing at the idea of someone who follows US politics and is undecided who to vote for, though.

  6. favog says

    Thought experiment: There are two candidates for the position. One has a large group of armed sociopaths waiting for a signal to act. The other does not. You know nothing else. But … do you need to?

  7. wzrd1 says

    @favog, I’d leave it up to the sociopaths, while the National Guard loads up their vehicles, as well as state guard forces (for the states who have them).

    What shocked me was when Trump told Biden, “Don’t use the word smart with me”, I’d have replied that I never dreamed of using the word smart in any form of reference to Trump.

    @all, whatinhell is fervently undecided? How is one passionately undecided?

  8. says

    To put them in perspective, I think of being on an airplane. The flight attendant comes down the aisle with her food cart and, eventually, parks it beside my seat. “Can I interest you in the chicken?” she asks. “Or would you prefer the platter of shit with bits of broken glass in it? To be undecided in this election is to pause for a moment and then ask how the chicken is cooked.”
    ― David Sedaris

  9. KG says

    Andy Geth@14,

    Not a good analogy, because on the airplane one can say: “Neither thanks, I’ll wait until we land”. Indeed, as a vegetarian, that would be my choice. But in the presidential election case, you know you’re going to be “eating” one or the other, unless the plane crashes first.

  10. says

    He also re-tweeted a tweet about how there is no white supremacy problem, but a “personal accountability problem.” So let’s not pretend that he is debating this at all. One or two weeks before the elect, he will say that he is voting for Trump. And he will use dog-whistle excuses, but they will all boil down to “I don’t like being head responsible for my shitty behavior.”.

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