Eric Florack on January 25th, 2008

Curses and tribulations be upon the developer of the “WP Auto Content Generator”, who is herewith declared a sub-human species, one not deserving to use any more air. May the fleas of 1000 rabid camels infest his armpits. May onions grow in his navel. May the Easter Bunny leave only the alternate Jelly Beans. May […]

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davidl on January 25th, 2008

One of the principles that separates a democracy from say Joe Stalin’s Soviet Union, is that we decide our elections the rules established prior to the election.   In Florida 2000 Al Gore tried to get the Florida Supreme Court to change the rules of the election after the election.   That is called cheating. The Democratic […]

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davidl on January 25th, 2008

“We must not only have a free flow of goods and services, but also start working for a free flow of people.” So speaks, Dr. Juan Hernandez, John McCain’s Hispanic outreach director.   A free flow of people is what gave us Nine Eleven.   Not only does McCain not understand economics, he does understand national security.   […]

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Got a few inches of snow up here yesterday, mostly lake effect stuff in the afternoon. Just enough to drive the birds crazy.they went through three lbs of seed in about a half hour. Yes, Virginia, that means a lot of birds.  The hangers on, too; The BlueJays, the crows, the rabbits, and the gray […]

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davidl on January 25th, 2008

Local Congressman James Walsh(NY – 25) is retiring, Rachal Barnhart, 13WHAM:, (Rochester, N.Y.) – Congressman James Walsh of Onondaga is retiring. The Republican has held the 25th district seat for two decades […] So who will the Republicans run for his seat?  Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks has been mentioned as a possible contender. She lives […]

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Fersboo on January 25th, 2008

Scott over at Powerline passes along the eulogy given by the Commander of my old unit 3/2 U.S. Cavalry (I was a Scout/Bradley driver in K Troop 3/2 ACR from 1988-1990 in Germany; back then we were an armored cavalry regiment; a couple of months after I rotated back stateside, they deployed for Desert Storm).  […]

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Eric Florack on January 25th, 2008

Word on the street is that the slugs at the Westboro Baptist Church from Topeka are planning to picket the Heath Ledger funeral. Look, you morons, I understand full well what your positions on Homosexuality are.  I also know that this is not about hate, as some claim.  But I’ve got news for you: You’re […]

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Eric Florack on January 25th, 2008

Anyone remember John Edwards? I know… not lately. He’s not going to the White House, unless they need an elevator operator.  By my read, he’s playing for some sort of appointment to a post in a Democrat White House. Notice… he’s been playing very light of late with both Obama and Clinton?  You know why. […]

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davidl on January 25th, 2008

Byran, Hot Air, points out that Mike Huckabee had an interesting point about rebuilding I-95 rather than sending out individual rebate checks: Mike Huckabee makes some sense on the economic stimulus. He says, essentially, if we’re going to borrow $150 billion from China to finance the stimulus package, why not use it to do something useful instead of […]

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Eric Florack on January 25th, 2008

I note with interest that Jonathan Martin has put up a post at Politico making note of the fact that the global warming business has all but disappeared from John McCain’s speechmaking. Apparently McCain has finally figured out it’s not Al Gore he’s trying to get votes from, but Republicans. After hitting it in most […]

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