I’m picking up a lot of chatter here about what a boon to the progressive argument the Minneapolis bridge collapse is going to be. “The country under bush is literally falling apart, literally crashing down,” someone on the bench next to me just said and at the last panel the collapse was offered up as yet more evidence (along with the Manhattan steam pipe explosion) of how the Bush Administration fails working people–presumably because working people drive over bridges to work.
I’m having trouble focusing on the rhetoric right now, though, because I just paid $6 for a Diet Pepsi and a cranberry muffin. Still against price controls, but it isn’t always easy.
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