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Daily Archives: September 6, 2012
Dougie J at Buffoon Juice: I hate myself for thinking this, let alone writing it, but after Obama wins reelection this November, I want to start reading more conservative stuff so I can try to see where they’re coming from. … Continue reading
The last thread was moving kinda slow. Here’s a fresh one.
I don’t know about you but if I gotta listen to him talk I gotta be drunk. Tune in early if you want to catch Hairplug Joe – they bumped the Vice Preezy from primetime. Lurch is supposed to audition … Continue reading
Jennifer Rubin: But the most alarming news for the Democrats, I think, came in the early release of excerpts from the new book by The Post’s Bob Woodward, “The Price of Politics.” The day after former president Bill Clinton spoke, … Continue reading
Erika Johnson at Hot Air discusses Elizabeth Warren’s speech last night: There is so much material here, I don’t even know where to begin, so I’ll just pick out a few key lines and go from there. “We fought to … Continue reading
It’s time to move on.
The First Four Years Are The Hardest… Dear Governor Romney, My name is Mike Rowe and I own a small company in California called mikeroweWORKS. Currently, mikeroweWORKS is trying to close the country’s skills gap by changing the way Americans … Continue reading
Check out the new GOP ad. “Listen, this just isn’t working. It’s been four years. You’ve changed. Your spending is out of control. You’re constantly on the golf course and you’re always out with Hollywood celebrities. You think I didn’t … Continue reading
Sandra Fluke’s DNC Speech Paints Stark Picture of Romney Presidency The Georgetown law student shut out of a Congressional hearing on contraception earlier this year is basking in the glow of the Democratic National Convention‘s prime time stage. Speaking before … Continue reading