You Ain’t the Cat’s Pajamas

Filed in Delaware by on September 13, 2012

If I learned anything over this primary election, when it comes to politics, know one knows nothing. The more one pretends to know, it becomes apparent that they know very little. When politicians, political Insiders or bloggers start thinking their shit don’t smell, it’s best they remember the line from Shakespeare’s As You Like It:

The fool doth think he is wise, but the wise man knows himself to be a fool.

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  1. You must’ve read my primary predictions…

  2. Delaware Dem says:

    Primaries are always harder to predict that generals anyway. But you’re right.

  3. jason330 says:

    I called the Carper and Kovach wins with 100% accuracy!

    Both won.

  4. liberalgeek says:

    know one knows nothing

    Truer words were never written…

  5. reis says:

    didn’t the GOP have only a single digit percentage turnout? And of those, I’m guessing 99% t-bags (which explains St. Bodie Girl)

  6. puck says:

    Nemski calls for end of blogging.

  7. jpconnorjr says:

    shoulda payed attention:)

  8. Delaware Dem says:

    LOL, puck. Hell, Nemski just called for the end of pundritry in all it forms, no matter the media platform.

  9. liberalgeek says:

    I was just commenting on his spelling…

  10. Hey, I ended up 22-5 on my predictions. I may know nothing, but I like to think I faked it pretty well…

  11. Another Mike says:

    “didn’t the GOP have only a single digit percentage turnout?”

    Would you leave the house or work to go vote for 1 race? At my polling place in Claymont, the lone GOP “contest” on the ballot was Kovach-Izzo. They might have drawn a few people because both are from this neck of the woods and locals know them.

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