Executive Order 13526- HRC was the “Original Classification Authority” for Foggy Bottom
Per BO’s executive orders, Her ThighNess, Hillary Rodham Clinton, was one of the few people in government who was tasked with declaring a document Secret or Top Secret. It’s not about her “being a conduit” for documents that didn’t have the right markings. She was supposed to be the Classification Authority for Foggy Bottom. She was the responsible party who was tasked with being the | Read More »
The 17 shades of Grey
UUsed the debate score card from FoxNews last night and was more surprised about the bottom of my heap than the top. The calculated, focus tested, fog that some spewed out was offending to my ears. When John Kasich’s lips moved, I needed a fog horn. When the Governor of Ohio spoke, it rang in my ears as a focus tested statement trying to hide | Read More »
We balance the budget by helping Dad get a job
With both Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan on the Sunday news shows last week, I was hoping for some powerful pushback to the ¤’bama (ALT 0164= blackhole thrown in the O) talking points on taxes, employment and health care. The “fact checkers” are used to hammer Team R at every chance while he “who wishes to fulfill the vision of Jimmy Carter’s second term” avoids | Read More »
The Grain of Timber, Honed Steel, and Dross from Silver. The defining question between Gov Romney and Rick Santorum
How does a person learn they aren’t the most important? That ‘The Mission’ empowering sacrifice, that Governor Rick Perry made in getting out of the race before the vote in South Carolina, is good and right? It’s most easily found in men (and women) with military service. There is a tempering of the steel in a soul that happens through the heating, pounding pressure, and | Read More »
The Etch-A-Sketch, my new best friend
Tomorrow I will be at Liberty High School, Etch-A-Sketch in hand. As the Mitt supporters make a statement, that distinctive shaking sound will permeate the room. The ringtone on my new phone! Rule 40.b will be my friend. and Rick will walk away with the preponderance of the delegates. It’s gonna be fun. Wanna come?
Eric, Will you give a red letter to the poster with the best Etch-A-Sketch advert?
My profile says I laugh at the wrong things, so this probably qualifies. I want to see the best E-A-S advert idea. Here’s mine. Before the Mitt supporters complain, Do you really believe the Chicago, pro ¤’bama (found a way to put a black-hole in that O) ad agency’s aren’t drooling over themselves for a chance at this? 100 voices: ‘Mitt said what!?’ Mitt Romney | Read More »
It’s not over till there are 1144. An Etch-A-Sketch and the defeat of Mitt Romney
Even after the Blue State Illinois voted for Mr Romney on Tuesday, I was searching today if Eric’s assessment of the finality of this race was real. Was it really time to give up making calls at RickSantorum.com? I just got started! I’ve found a few pieces of info that seem to contradict Eric’s conclusion. There have been many posts about the delegate math. I | Read More »
Rule 40.b.. Delegates as free agents, or no nomination for Ron and Newt at the convention
As Chuck Todd reported on MSNBC Monday, rule 40.b, which is quoted by MSNBC to read, ‘RNC rule No. 40 states: Nominations(b) Each candidate for nomination for President of the United States and Vice President of the United States shall demonstrate the support of a plurality of the delegates from each of five (5) or more states, severally, prior to the presentation of the name | Read More »
Does buying an election mean Newt and Mitt have been bought? or, The Dark Wizard and Dark Prince…
So before you accuse me of being a founder member of the Black Helicopter crowd let me say that my dad was AFSOC from the time I was 10. There are black helicopters, but more likely, on a moonless night, an AC-130(u) is headed the way of the bad guys with a C-130 transport to airdrop Seals/SOC airmen/Airborne and support. The helicopters are sent to | Read More »
Governor Perry, I have the ‘temerity’ to suggest: Will you change the horse you ride out on?
Temerity-Excessive confidence or boldness; audacity: “no one had the temerity to question his conclusions.” The first time I heard a living person use the word, The Speaker described the ‘rebellion’ that came from the house leadership and removed him from his position as Speaker. Old words, old ideas from a different age of black and white, right and wrong, an age where the Speaker’s authority | Read More »