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Monthly Archives: October 2012
I’m dressed up as FLOTUS, and I’m giving the kids broccoli this year. What are you doing tonight?
Cross-posted from P&L. Prior to 2008, the only Republican candidate I had ever voted for was Anne Northup, for Kentucky’s 3rd Congressional district, in 1996. I chose her in that race because she represented a rare opportunity to get a … Continue reading
I need a break. Seriously. I am really stressed out. I feel like shit. I have a two-week old tension headache that won’t go away. My Giants had one of their best years ever and I couldn’t fully enjoy it … Continue reading
I’m watching Snow White and the Huntsman tonight. What are you doing?
You know you were thinking the same thing – will Sandy save Barry’s ass? He sure hopes so. He’s running around posing for photo-ops that make him look large and in charge. But will it be enough, or is it … Continue reading
Stephen Green (aka “Vodkapundit”): The polls also have a hard time making numbers out of “broken glass voters.” These are folks who (like me) voted for Bob Barr four years ago, or held their nose and grudgingly voted for McCain, … Continue reading
Not sure where Myiq is, but until he returns, I thought I’d keep the ball rolling. Halperin this morning: From ABC News: With one week to go, states that were once considered Obama strongholds now look less solid. Republican groups … Continue reading
Sandy has hit and the clean up will soon begin. Our thoughts are with those who’ve suffered from the storm. While we watch and wait, I thought we could all use a laugh or two. If you wonder why I’m … Continue reading
Exodus: Inner City Blacks Fleeing Obama After his meteoric ascent to the top of the American political arena in the country’s history, we are now in the midst of witnessing one of the most stunning collapses of any man ever … Continue reading
Adm. James Lyons in the Washington Times: Obama needs to come clean on what happened in Benghazi […] We now know why Ambassador Christopher Stevens had to be in Benghazi the night of 9/11 to meet a Turkish representative, even … Continue reading
I haven’t been posting about Big Sandy (aka “Frankenstorm”) because I’m in California. If you are in the storm path there is nothing I can tell you that you don’t already know. I don’t have any idea how this will … Continue reading
Joss Whedon: “You know, like a lot of liberal Americans, I was excited when Barack Obama took office four years ago. But it’s a very different world now, and Mitt Romney is a very different candidate. One with the vision … Continue reading
Congratulations to the San Francisco Giants, the 2012 World Series Champions. Condolences to my son-in-law, the Detroit Tigers fan.
This was just brought to my attention: Obama Says He Kinda Hopes the Tigers Win the World Series President Obama appeared on the Tonight Show last night where he admitted that he’s leaning toward rooting for the Detroit Tigers in … Continue reading
Walter Russell Mead: How Change Works Our political parties may be ideological in some of their inspirations and their rhetoric, but they are pragmatic. If an approach to an issue works and pleases voters, political leaders try to bring it … Continue reading
It’s almost that time again! This American Election, a radio show for politicos addicted to the horse race, starts in just 15 minutes (1:30 Eastern time). Click this link to listen live, or to the archive version later. My co-host … Continue reading
Volumes have been written already about what Obama promised as a candidate and what he actually delivered as president. The cases are often myriad and confusing because there are so many broken promises and the multiple effects of his disastrous … Continue reading
The San Francisco Giants lead the World Series three games to none. Let’s par-tay!
It’s two hours before game time and I want to finish at least a 6-pack before they sing the Star Spangled Banner.