Eric Florack on September 26th, 2011

Westbury, Long Island, NY– A frequent stop for me… dropping off some drinks to the thirsty club shoppers. Nearly 80 here… you’d not know it was fall. Today, I’m going to do a one subject Ramble.   Some observations on the GOP races and faces: Romney:Certainly the favorite of the GOP establishment. That alone, given […]

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Panic at the White House? From James Pethokoukis, Reuters: Last night in a new report, Democrat-friendly Goldman Sachs dropped an economic bomb on President Obama’s chances for reelection (bold is mine): Following another week of weak economic data, we have cut our estimates for real GDP growth in the second and third quarter of 2011 […]

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davidl on December 15th, 2010

Jimmy Carter: Putz, from Jennifer Epstein, Politico: Former President Jimmy Carter says his biggest failure during his term in the White House was that he didn’t get to spend another four years there. “I guess my biggest failure was not getting reelected,” he said in an interview with Big Think, referring to the 1980 presidential […]

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davidl on November 17th, 2010

Newt boots it, or why Newt Gingrich should never again run for public office. Gingrich is the political version of Glenn Beck, a better than average mind sabotaged by the chronic problem talking before thinking.  Gingrich’s latest Beck moment, from David Brody, CBN News: President Obama has had an amazing career. He’s gone from State […]

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davidl on November 8th, 2010

Not only no, but Hell no, George Pataki is hinting at running for President, from Rick Klein, ABC News: “When you look back at the past two years, it’s been very disappointing, not only — not just for Republicans, but for the American people,” Pataki told us. “And I think it shows the importance of […]

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davidl on November 5th, 2010

The Obama method, by Victor Davis Hanson, Pajamas Media: [Barack] Obama, who was always himself given something (take your pick—Harvard admission, Harvard Law Review billet, Chicago Law School tenure offer, Noble Peace Prize, etc.) without requisite achievement, is thus stunned that the economy is not a malleable law school dean whom he can hope and […]

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davidl on November 2nd, 2010

A requiem for a bitch *, the demise of Mrs. Pelosi’s career in national politics, by Hugh Hewitt, Washington Examiner: The epic loss on Tuesday will launch a thousand op-eds and who knows how many dissertations. But the explanation is very simple. Never have two modern American leaders been so utterly bereft of graciousness. Americans […]

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davidl on November 1st, 2010

Just how dumb is Dumbo? MoDo sours on Dumbo b/ka/a Barack Obama, Maureen Dowd, New York Times: Barack Obama became president by brilliantly telling his own story. To stay president, he will need to show he can understand our story. At first it was exciting that Obama was the sort of brainy, cultivated Democrat who […]

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davidl on October 25th, 2010

Firs, smoke, birth certificate, Obama campaign has spent over a million dollars to hide his birth certificate, or lack thereof, from Clyde Middleton Liberty Pundits: Federal Election Commission records show $1,352,378.95 in payments were made by Obama for America to Perkins Coie while the law firm was representing Obama in various court cases which have […]

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davidl on October 8th, 2010

Victor Davis Hanson: Perfect storm, the dirt farmer from California, makes a pretty fair sailing analogy. frinn National Review: Had the Obamites been sober and circumspect after the 2008 election they would have realized that Obama had pulled off what McGovern, Mondale, Dukakis, and Kerry had not, due to a once-in-a-century perfect storm of about […]

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davidl on September 30th, 2010

No Shat Sherlock, libtards discover the obvious, from Tom Curry, MSNBC: Whatever complaints they might have about climate change or other issues, Obama said, it is “just irresponsible” that some Democrats and progressives were lacking enthusiasm for the election. “If people now want to take their ball and go home that tells me folks weren’t […]

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davidl on September 23rd, 2010

Who would have thought that six weeks before a cliffhanger election, President Obama would have to reach down to the D list to fill a room to listen to him? Most of us low rollers arrived early to see President Obama up close and personal. Our tickets for the general reception at the Roosevelt Hotel […]

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davidl on May 12th, 2010

Liberal is synonym for stupid.   Dim witted Senators want to wreck economy to solve imaginary problem: WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A new Senate bill aimed at battling global warming would impose new limits on carbon dioxide pollution from factories, utilities and vehicles, while expanding heavy-polluting domestic oil production and nuclear power generation. The legislation, which is […]

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davidl on April 26th, 2010

Arizona to Dumbo: “Arizona immigration law: Are you listening, Mr. President?” A brain is horrible thing to waste, from Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit: Today democrats Barack Obama and Joe Biden, along with Democratic Senators Jay Rockefeller and Robert Byrd, and Democratic Governor Joe Manchin III held a memorial/rally for the 29 miners who perished in […]

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Eric Florack on March 22nd, 2010

Welcome, one and all to the most intense nightly read anywhere on the ‘sphere : The BitsBlog Nightly Ramble the THE OBAMACARE VOTE:I really don’t have a whole bunch to add to what I said earlier this morning. In reading commentary around the sphere I don’t see any persuasive arguments that this thing is going […]

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