davidl on September 14th, 2011

The libtards keep telling how smart Dumbo, b/k/a Barack Obama, is.   Whereas it is my contention that Dumbo is a moron.   Proof: Not that I would expect Dumbo to actually know this, but the American Jobs Act, HR 2911 ,is a bill which would  zero out corporate taxes. How radio active is Dumbo. The suggested […]

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davidl on August 14th, 2011

Ames, from Ed Morrissey Hot Air: The fun of the Ames straw poll came to an end this afternoon as the ballot count shows that 16,892 votes were cast, and Michele Bachmann (4823) won a narrow victory over Ron Paul (4671) — less than 200 votes difference. Tim Pawlenty finished in a distant third (2293), […]

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davidl on June 11th, 2011

Chrissy Matthews bitten by the Weiner, from back to back posts at McCain.  First Chrissy discusses values: This is, to me, the stakes here. If [Anthony Weiner] stays, [Democrats] never get the leadership back. They never get the Speakership back because the people in the rural areas of this country who are Christian conservative culturally […]

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davidl on May 24th, 2011

We got Pawlenty, from Alexis Levinson, Daily Caller: Tim Pawlenty announced his candidacy for president in Iowa Monday afternoon under the banner of ‘truth,’ presenting himself as someone whose campaign would not just be made of empty promises, and who will instead be willing to tell the truth, even if it makes him unpopular. To […]

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Eric Florack on May 19th, 2011

Middle Village, NYC,NY– It’s an OK place, but I don’t know as I’d want to live here. Too damned crowded for one thing. I’m here unloading at a mall, after having driven in in the small hours of  the morning… which if you’re driving anything larger than a pair of roller skates is decidedly the […]

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davidl on April 17th, 2011

The Trump Principal, don’t accept your opponent’s narrative at face value. Palin plays Trump card, Sarah Palin demonstrates that you don’t have to named Donald Trump to play the Trump Card, from Clay Barbour and Doug Erickson, Madison.com: Wearing a skirt and no hat or gloves, she [Sarah Palin] didn’t seem bothered by the weather, […]

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davidl on January 13th, 2011

Crying Clyburn, James Clyburn is hearing voices, yet again, from Michael O’Brien, Hill: Clyburn said that Palin didn’t grasp why such rhetoric was so troubling, regardless of the motivations of the alleged shooter. The No. 3 House Democrat referenced the civil rights era and said that some of the shrill rhetoric in modern politics is […]

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davidl on December 19th, 2010

DREAM dies, New York Times slow on the uptake: Most immediately, the measure would have helped grant legal status to hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrant students and recent graduates whose lives are severely restricted though many have lived in the United States for nearly their entire lives. Kudos to the Times for correctly calling […]

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davidl on December 2nd, 2010

Welcome to December, from 13WHAM: Rochester, N.Y.— The first day of the December brought some more holiday-like weather as the Rochester area saw the first major snow accumulation of the winter season. Early Wednesday morning rain caused several car accidents and traffic tie-ups. As of the afternoon, conditions worsened with reports of slushy roads and […]

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davidl on March 29th, 2010

Obama Care is a polling disaster, from the Washington Post: Overall, 46 percent of those polled said they support the changes in the new law; 50 percent oppose them. That is virtually identical to the pre-vote split on the proposals and similar to the divide that has existed since last summer, when the country became […]

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davidl on March 1st, 2010

William Faulkner on Pickett’s Charge:: For every Southern boy fourteen years old, not once but whenever he wants it, there is the instant when it’s still not yet two oclock on that July afternoon in 1863, the brigades are in position behind the rail fence, the guns are laid and ready in the woods and […]

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Eric Florack on February 13th, 2010

I notice today a rather remarkable report on the wires this morning from the NY Times: Three faculty members at the University of Alabama in Huntsville were shot to death, and three other people were seriously wounded at a biology faculty meeting on Friday afternoon, university officials said. The Associated Press reported that a biology […]

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Eric Florack on February 2nd, 2010

Well as you know I made it in @ HO Wolding in Wisc last night. I’m really glad they didn’t figure on my doing anything but falling over because I did exactly that. Woke up at about 4:30 local.  My internal clock seems to be working…. I usually wake up at 5 anyway. That gave […]

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Eric Florack on February 1st, 2010

Cleveland Greyhound station @ 3:45 in the morning.  Clearly, the place is a vision of pre WWII style.  I’ll post some pics when I get the chance. and you know, if it were 345 in the afternoon, instead of it’s AM counterpart I might actually care. Addendum: (David L) I noticed the Obama administration is  […]

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