Last Impressions 46: Obvious Things We Obviously Can’t Say


Birtherism versus RussiaRussiaRussia, proper humility for kids, mutual discomfort in the co-ed workplace, American aspiration, and aggregate parenting.

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  • Monique Chartier

    Justin correctly points that the logical conclusion of the call for women to not wear makeup or high heels at work is gray Mao jumpsuits for all of us (women). I’m not big on makeup but the jumpsuit idea makes me shudder.

  • Merle The Monster

    There’s bipartisan support for the FBI’s probe into the actions by a foreign country into US elections and in adding additional sanctions against that country So the suggestion that the Russia probe is politically motivated is bull****. No so with birtherism. It’s true that opponents of Barack Obama have used his name and his racial makeup to discredit his candidacy but there was no bipartisan support ever for the ridiculous assertion that he was not qualified for the Presidency. Are you suggesting that there should have been investigations in the US Senate and a special prosecutor to investigate those claims?

    • Justin Katz

      Complain to Ian Donnis. He’s the one who asked why Democrats seem so much more concerned about it.

      • Merle The Monster

        Did he write your podcast?