Saturday, October 10, 2020

Nancy's 25th nervous breakdown


In the words of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, here it comes, here it comes, here comes Nancy's 25th nervous breakdown.   

We learned that Speaker Pelosi will start her 25th Amendment plan to remove President Trump from office. 

Frankly, I don't get it,  since every poll claims that Americans will remove him in less than a month.   Why get in the way of what will be a historic landslide?  Why spoil election night?

So what's Speaker Pelosi really up to?   The point of the 25th Amendment is to remove a president because of a disability, i.e. a stroke, or something very serious that prevents him from doing his job, specially commander in chief.     

Let's hear from Andrew McCarthy:  

President Trump does not have a disability. Vice President Pence would not even entertain a claim that the president is incapacitated, nor should he. Neither would a single member of the cabinet. 

And, in the unlikely event Pelosi could coerce a majority of the Democrat-controlled House to support such a cockamamie idea, the GOP-controlled Senate would not consider it, so there is not the slightest chance passing a bill creating a committee to assess the president’s condition — a bill that the president would never sign in any event.

Other than that, it’s a great idea. Especially if the speaker is trying to establish that she’s the one who has gone off the deep end.

Also, she may setting the table to remove President Biden next year.   

I don't know for sure but Speaker Pelosi is an embarrassment.

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1968: Lolich beat Gibson in game 7


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On this day in 1968, Mickey Lolich beat Bob Gibson to win game 7.  

The final score was Detroit 4, St. Louis 1.

Lolich and Gibson were both 2-0 in the series with two complete games each.    
Lolich won this one and Detroit celebrated.








1957: Braves win!



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We remember that The Milwaukee Braves beat the Yankees in 7 games in 1957.   The two teams had a rematch in 1958 but the Yankees won that one. 

1957: Braves beat Yankees in 7 games



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On this day in 1957,  the Milwaukee Braves won the first and only World Series title in Wisconsin's history.  (The Brewers lost the 1982 series to St Louis.)

The Braves were the underdogs.   They faced Casey Stengel's Yankees, or the powerhouse of the 1950's.   New York had won in 1956 and 5 titles between 1949-53.   By the way, New York and Milwaukee met again in 1958 but the Yankees won.

It was a great series for Lew Burdette, who won 3 games.   He won games 5 and 7 and pitched 3 complete games.   Burdette was named Series MVP.

Milwaukee was on top of the baseball world on this day in 1957:

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