I've mentioned that I check out Philadelphia talk station WPHT when I want the Inside Baseball scoop on Pennsylvania GOP politics. The 12:00-3:00 guy, Dom Giordano, has been around forever and knows everyone even remotely important GOP, down to the County Commissioners and school board members in southeast Pennsylvania. He's the guy who pushed the story of the Delaware County videos produced by the whistle-blower who spilled the beans on Dem corruption in the 020 election.
This morning, I listened to the morning drive show on WPHT. Turns out that they have a regular feature: PSAKI AND THE DOOCE.
My YouTube link shows Jen Psaki recently being asked a question inspired by the Doddering Old Fool's brain fart when he called Peter Doocy, on an obviously open mike, "a stupid son of a bitch."
In this video, from one of the many sycophant Blue MAGAs, there is, well sycophantic, Jen worship and blatant Doocephobic hate speech.
What I love is that Peter Doocy is rapidly becoming a rock star on the right. As much as you Blue MAGAs hate it, Joe Biden is a Former Truck Driving Feckless Flatulent Fool.
Peter's job...an admittedly easy one, is to illustrate who Joe is and to give Jen the impossible job of splaining his repeated claims to be a former Truck Driver and a former full professor at an Ivy League school, to splain how Joe really wasn't calling for regime change when, in God's Name, he noted that Putin shouldn't be allowed to remain in power and how he's ready to travel to Ukraine and, more than that, to go and fight Russia in Ukraine with a handful of aged builders union officials.
So, who's the "stupid son of a bitch?"
I loved listening to PSAKI AND THE DOOCE this morning. It got the endorphins flowing as I tried not to bust my gut laughing...
...at "that feckless dementia-ridden piece of crap" and Jen for pretending that Joe's brain still works.
My question for Donna: In a situation such as this one, where everyone else's subjectivity would force them to side, beforehand, either with Psaki or the Dooce, as mine obviously and admittedly does,...
...how does an objective person, such as yourself, avoid being driven by opinions and preferences and inclinations? What are the mental and, more so, emotional, exercises involved?
I, of course, would never try and don't want to but I'd love to know how the objective person sorts through the saga of Psaki and the Dooce.