Brief and Direct: Sequestration Needs to Happen
Sequestration is to arrive soon, allegedly to the surprise of the President, the Democrats, and the popular press. According to at least one source in that popular press, if sequestration is allowed to take effect there will be numerous programs and services to the public curtailed. Other sources, such as Chris Cillizza of WaPo, provide a less pessimistic view. A good President would seize this opportunity | Read More »
The State of the Union message that will NOT be presented in January
Mike DeVine recently commented on Redstate (about the gun-control debate) that “The real issue is whether the DC police charge [David] Gregory with the crime he committed on national TV [displaying a rifle magazine]. If not, its just another nail in in the coffin of what used to be the Rule of Law in America.” I couldn’t agree more. The Rule of Law has become Rule by the | Read More »
Those of us who still read the newspaper comic strips (which now requires a fair-sized magnifying glass) are familiar with the Bumstead family. Nominal head of household is Dagwood Bumstead, father of Alexander and Cookie, and husband to Blondie, after whom the strip is named. The family has aged only slightly in the 79 years since it was first published. The kids have gone from | Read More »
They can’t help themselves. Thank goodness.
Watching the Liberal Sycophantic Democrat cable news channel, MS/LSD, I saw Keefe Uberdorker’s head explode as his bowels spewed out of his mouth. I heard the words “homophobic,” “sexist,” and a few others I can’t remember because I was laughing so hard. Oh, yes, “teabagging.” A few moments earlier, I had heard him ask Howard Fineman if racism was a factor in the expected results | Read More »
Message to Democrat Congressman: STOP SPENDING!
My Dear Sir/Madam: You have been telling me that it’s imperative to pass a health care/health insurance/health delivery bill that would overhaul our current system (one that over 80% of us are fairly happy with) at a cost of about $1,500,000,000,000 over the next ten years. That’s $1.5 trillion dollars above and beyond the amount that the bill is designed to recoup in additional taxes | Read More »
What Would a Third Party Be Like?
If things are as they appear (and of course they seldom are), we were all treated today to the spectacle of the American equivalent of what a third Party would be like. We had the Democrats and the Senatorial Republicans, with the House Republicans (perhaps joined by some House Democrats) as the Third Party. What remains to be seen is whether they plan to use | Read More »