Too good a line not to repeat

From Kevin Williamson in the National Review:

That is Senator Sanders’s platform, in short: He promises to implement Venezuelan policies to achieve Danish outcomes.

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8 Responses to Too good a line not to repeat

  1. nb

    Guess whose fault it will be when things don’t quite work out as planned.
    Not Bernie’s.
    And once again, to the historians, it won’t have been socialism. Socialism is the only doctrine never to have been tried, so many times, with so little success.
    Only problem for Bernie is that Orange Man is going to win. That is unless our friends at ‘Ne’er do evil’ prevail.

  2. tgs

    Kevin Williamson is consistently the best writer on NR, imo.

  3. John A

    As if Danish outcomes are to be desired, or something…

  4. Archivist

    Kevin Williamson is consistently the best writer on NR, imo.

    Victor Davis Hanson?

  5. Bruce of Newcastle

    He promises to implement Venezuelan policies to achieve Danish outcomes.

    Using Iranian enforcers.
    Going on what those Bernie Bros said to the undercover Project Veritas reporter.

  6. Robber Baron

    So he is advocating for Australian government policies?

  7. John NOBEL

    The mayoral candidate for the Dem nomination’s line that TDJT for the Rep not being keen on leaving the White House is fine with him, as long as he does chores is also a good one.
    Pete plus one and TDJT alongside Melania, who’d have thunk …

    I guess I’d be even more surprised if one of the Pommy Queen’s sons were shown in a video alongside his compromate mate and enabling friend with Shouty Mchappyclap on a foundation of Bronte slogan bogan in the background forking ..

  8. Elderly White Man From Skipton

    Today’s Trump policies: Let the crooks run free! Blago was actually recorded SELLING a Senate seat!

    President Donald Trump on Thursday pardoned former New York City Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik (guilty of failing to pay his taxes and lying to White House officials) and financier Michael Milken (guilty of securities fraud). He also commuted the sentence of former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich (guilty of federal corruption).

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