Scott Murphy: Pork Cheerleader and Probable Dodge Ball Player
Cross posted on Upstate Political Report On September 1st, incumbent Democrat Congressman Scott Murphy (NY 20) did an interview with North Country Public Radio about his reelection campaign. I must say he probably was great at playing dodge ball. It’s only 11 minutes long and certainly worth a listen if you like boilerplate fluff. The interviewer noted that with a district that has a majority | Read More »
Media Mentions of Chrysler/Dodge Recalls
Today I received a recall notice on my 2007 Dodge Nitro. It’s not surprising that we have heard little to nothing of this in the MSM – after all, this is a government owned car company now.
Dodge for Obama?
I don’t know if anyone else has noticed this, but Dodge recently started running commercials with a logo at the end that looks strikingly similar to that icon which Barack Obama used when running for the Presidency (you remember it as the one he painted over an American Flag to put on his plane’s tail). I’ve been looking for a screencap of the image but | Read More »
Breaking: The Sun Expected to Rise Today
Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. After yesterday’s McCain backed sucker-punch to the collective Michigan gut I think we can all probably use a little bit of good news this morning. A little cheering up. Stiffen that upper lip, bucky, the world hasn’t completely gone to crap. Just take a look at Lansing! I know… shock. Awe. Something positive in the Capitol City. The Associated | Read More »
Granholm action admits state policy can affect Big 3, manufacturing jobs
Cross-posted on Right Michigan at www.RightMichigan.com. The next time a lefty tells you that tax breaks don’t work or that there is nothing state government can do to help fix the domestic automobile industry, kindly suggest they open mouth and insert sock. Then show them today’s newspaper. (Or your friendly, neighborhood, RightMichigan.com.) Tuesday the Michigan Economic Growth Authority Board approved a fresh set of what | Read More »