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11 years ago @ Dirty Sex & Politics - Ah, I Love the Smell o... · 2 replies · +1 points

The Dems screwed up royally; they took a deep blue state and put it in play for November. Obama now has to spend a lot of time and money in Wisconsin, which should have been his easily. Now it's a battleground state, and Romney is perfectly poised to take it.

Of course, you could argue that Obama might as well have Wisconsin as a battleground state, since North Carolina really can't be considered a swing state anymore. Yes, there are lots of reasons for the Dems to be crying today, only they need to save their tears, because it's fixing to get much, much worse.

11 years ago @ Dirty Sex & Politics - In case I haven't told... · 1 reply · +1 points

A great story, great blog. What is it about girls and horses? Guys like horses, but girls LOVE horses. Girls love horses like guys like fast cars, 4x4 trucks, football and power tools all put together. Anyway, your story makes me want to be the kind of grandfather your grandfather was for you -- which makes it an excellent story.

11 years ago @ Big Government - In Memoriam: Andrew Br... · 0 replies · +14 points

I am stunned, I can't believe it. He's done so much for all of us. Goodbye, brother. As you go off to glory, we will grieve our loss.

11 years ago @ Big Journalism - New York Times Uses Fa... · 1 reply · +15 points

“It’s enormously creditable that Peter Gleick has owned up to his terrible error in judgment.” Orwell, anyone?

So, is it "enormously creditable" when a man rapes a woman and then confesses? No? Well, what if the crime is merely burglary, or simply theft? No? What if the thief is trying his best to advance the cause of liberalism? Why yes, then it is "enormously creditable."

Kinda makes you want to puke, doesn't it?

11 years ago @ Big Government - Michigan Labeled ‘To... · 2 replies · -1 points

No way is Michigan a "must win" for Romney. Hey, why isn't Arizona a "must win" for Santorum?

Regardless of who wins what, I think that we are still in for a more extended showdown, perhaps all the way to the convention. That's good, I think, for whoever the candidate eventually is.

For all you Rick lovers, try clicking over to http://www.rickfacts.com/. Is is possible that the lamestream media is actually doing Santorum a favor by allowing him to focus on social issues, thus taking the light off of his voting record and Washington Insider status? Just sayin' . . .

11 years ago @ Big Government - Michigan Labeled ‘To... · 0 replies · +3 points

Or to correct them within, say, several hours.

11 years ago @ Big Government - Michigan Labeled ‘To... · 1 reply · +2 points

It's funny, I remember how the feminazis were screeching about George W's "swagger." I kinda remember similar talk about Reagan, but it's been a while, so my memory is a little fuzzy. The libs really hate a man who acts like a man.

11 years ago @ Big Government - Debate Preview: Contra... · 0 replies · +3 points

So it's Michael Steele's fault. Figures.

11 years ago @ Big Government - Santorum: Satan Bad, V... · 0 replies · +11 points

Like I told Ben in comment below, the timing would have been bad if he'd said it this morning. But he said it in 2008, when he was no longer even a Senator, and not running for any office. How nutty, indeed, for a devout Christian to be talking to other Christians about Satan, when he's a private citizen and is not running for office!

Drudge is trying to stir something up, and Ben jumped on it like a fly on a cow pie. Personally, I'm for Romney at this point (I've been all over the map, but came back to where I was in 2008), but the effort to make Santorum look like a religious nutjob is really turning me off.

11 years ago @ Big Government - Santorum: Satan Bad, V... · 0 replies · +20 points

Ben, you need to revise your post. It refers to "Rick Santorum’s speech this morning at Ave Maria University." Drudge updated the report (probably after you read it) to say "The former senator from Pennsylvania warned in 2008 how politics and government are falling to Satan."

I agree with WHAT he said, and for WHERE he made the speech it was certainly appropriate. If he had made the speech this morning, WHEN he said these things would have been bone-headed. As it is, I have to yawn. What, you think Mitt Romney has never said any of these things in a church gathering? He's a temple Mormon, I'm sure he's said the exact same thing or even been more emphatic, it's just that he didn't do it on a video.

I'm not a Santorum fan, in fact I don't like him very much at all. He certainly bungled an important power of the state versus individual rights/liberties question regarding contraception. Still, this article is unfair to him, IMHO.