It’s March 25, 2016.
It’s Good Friday and the Easter weekend. A happy holiday to all who celebrate.
It’s also time for Friday Yes or No, my cop out way of getting one of these blog posts done. Except that, for some reason, it’s really to come up with at least 10 questions for which the answers can only be yes or no.
But here goes:
Q1: Normally speaking, should the spouses of presidential candidates be fair game during a campaign?
Q2: This time around, there is an exception, right?
Q3: And, for once a justified exception involving her, that would be Hillary Clinton’s spouse?
Q4: And that would be because his past work experience includes the same job she’s seeking, and she has referenced his job tenure as part of her party’s record of success?
Q4A: Although the scrutiny applies only to his work experience, right?
Q5: Would the same apply if he was just Bill Rodham, investment banker, model, ad executive or college president, the jobs of the other presidential candidate spouses?
Q6: So that’s five questions down already, right?
Q7: Does the word “idiot” adequately describe the governors of Indiana and North Carolina?
Q8: Does it seem consistent that the Republican governor of North Carolina doesn’t want government interference in people’s lives, but is ready to monitor who goes to what bathroom?
Q9: Does it seem consistent that the Republican governor of Indiana doesn’t want government interference in people’s lives, but is ready to force women in his state to bear children with Down syndrome?
Q10: Will Americans be cheered by the fact that the No. 2 ISIS operative is headed for the hell he deserves?
Q11: Is that because his miserable existence isn’t worth any one of the 30-plus people the jackals he inspired killed in the Brussels attack this week?
Q12: And yet, it’s a really good thing that this pond scum died, right?
Q13: Is it a good thing that the Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York is getting replaced?
Q14: Is it going to be worth the wait to 2026, when it might be finished?