Monthly Archives: August 2012

Who Loves W?

Romney (R-money) said he would not re-appoint Ben Bernanke last night. I guess they don’t play well. Bernanke was appointed by W, we know. But Obama seems to be pleased enough with Ben. And Paul Ryan is mad about the … Continue reading

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Do they really believe this stuff?

Watching the pat-ourselves-on-the-back session called the Republican Convention last night, I wondered about honesty. I think Ann Romney is sincere. She was trying to talk with other women, especially housewives of other successful men. Sincerely, the worst example of difficulty … Continue reading

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Take Me Out of the Ball Game

On the Diane Rehm show yesterday morning on NPR, Susan Page of USA Today commented, “there is no umpire,” regarding behavior of the political parties. And how nice that would be, when a partisan stepped over the line with excessive … Continue reading

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I Don’t Believe the Liberal Media

I have seen this bumper sticker a couple times now. I did a little research about where it’s coming from. “Mark Levin promoted NewsBusters and its parent organization, the Media Research Center, on his radio show today. “Everyone knows the … Continue reading

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Lies and Half-truths

(1) Here’s how Eugene Robinson describes one lie episode: Former New Hampshire governor John Sununu, one of Mitt Romney’s more pugnacious surrogates, almost had a conniption fit Tuesday when CNN’s Soledad O’Brien pressed him on his assertion that President Obama … Continue reading

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The Way We Were

Ah… We’re gonna miss ye, Marvin Hamlisch… As I meet conservatives in person, on the internet and other reading, I note there is a category of conservative who label themselves and select others as a True Conservative. I’m not sure … Continue reading

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Another Gerson Quote

Honestly, I don’t claim the be a raving fan, but today, Michael Gerson made another thoughtful reference, this time about Obama’s tactics: [  http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/ignoring-foreign-policy-wont-make-it-go-away/2012/08/09/6f522cc6-e19a-11e1-a25e-15067bb31849_story.html ] "He followed the same approach in foreign policy he often did elsewhere, which was to … Continue reading

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