davidl on January 22nd, 2007

Do you think this man look like a twelve year old?   Well neither do I Neil Havens Rodreick II, pictured, is registered sex offender in Oklahoma.  Rodreick tried to enroll in school posing as a twelve year old.  Yavapai County, Arizona, sheriff’s office, spokeswoman Susan Quayle said, “This is the weirdest case I’ve seen in 18 years.” […]

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Eric Florack on January 22nd, 2007

McQ at Q&O:   One of the talking heads I’ve found to be among the most balanced, rational and knowledgeable is US News and World’s Michael Barone. Today Barone takes on a subject we touched on in our podcast with Capt. Ed of CQ yesterday: Presidential primaries. Or to be succinct about it, how badly […]

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Eric Florack on January 22nd, 2007

Perhaps, Billy. Sadly, however, it bottom lines at this: the ‘choice’ between Obama and Clinton merely highlights the fact that most are devoid of even surface level thoughts, much less something deeper.   I suppose we’ll have a workable measurement of that phenom in somewhat less than 2 years’ time.    

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davidl on January 22nd, 2007

On Saturday Bit wrote: My wife has been complaining for several weeks now, that it’s too warm here in Rochester. “There’s no snow”, she complains, Telling me repeatedly that she likes winter she likes the snow and so on. She’s been getting our wish the last couple of days, current temperature outside in Rochester is […]

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davidl on January 22nd, 2007

(H/T photo:  Moonbattery ) Both Lady Thatcher and Ronald Reagan proved that national leaders can both be amiable and tough. Now Mrs. Clinton, shown kissing Suha Aratfat, is trying to reverse that proposition and infer that because she is cold that somehow she should be percieved as if she were tough.  Nobody is more unlikable than […]

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