Monthly Archives: October 2012

Fair weather voters.

If Obama loses, obviously Sandy the Storm is to blame.  (And of course global warming is to blame for Sandy). Certainly some parts of the Northeast will be in terrible shape even six days from now.  But no one who … Continue reading

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I disagree completely…

…with this post.  Here, in its entirety: A WISE READER CAUTIONS:  “If I may offer a word of caution: The Benghazi affair is dreadfully serious, but the charge of treason against the President is overboard and will backfire. I hope … Continue reading

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Dadgum song stuck in my head, help!

It’s this one. OTOH, one of the lines is very apropos for current events And go-cart Mozart was checkin’ out the weather chart to see if it was safe outside, I’d heard that Manfred Mann version… …for about a decade … Continue reading

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‘Under my plan, electricity costs will necessarily skyrocket.”

Thus spake The One. And here is a frightening reminder of that attitude’s danger.  Sane people, who understand the concept of “unintended consequences”, know why cheap commodities are always better than expensive ones. Always. Godspeed to the victims of this … Continue reading

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The Des Moines Register’s “endorsement” of Mitt Romney, translated.

Everyone’s making a big deal out of leftist newspapers backing Romney.  But is anyone bothering to actually read the “endorsements”? Here’s the Register in its original Newspeak.  And here is a rough English translation: We love Obama, who’s completely perfect … Continue reading

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Pre-post postal endorsement of a coming post. Perhaps?

About to leave work after the 12-hour midnight shift, so this post will be it until tonight or early (Monday) morning.  Also, as the title reveals, I’m punch-drunk from staying up all night. But I wrote!  Worked on two rants, call them #1 … Continue reading

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If only we had a strong federal government.

You know…one that took the Constitution and its Amendments seriously. The Board’s director Charla Burill tells the Carolina Journal that it’s cool to make general statements about what people in general should eat, but if you tell a specific diabetic she … Continue reading

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