Here We Are, Again.

Some of you may have read an earlier comment of mine mentioning that Newtown Connecticut is my home town. I left to go to college, and it’s been quite a long time since I lived there, but we all have a home town, don’t we? I am in a bit of a state of shock,

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Graveside at the Last Resting Place of the GOP

Jackboot’s apt obituary for the feckless GOP set me to thinking, which means everyone has to suffer. Buck up, and put your reading glasses on. It has become clear that the window of opportunity for averting real and transformational crisis has been missed. The GOP we have needed for the last two decades has simply

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A Bumper Crop of Fail

Maybe its the pressure of actually having to do something resembling work. Or the campaign’s belated realization that Obama’s best debate performance of the season was against Clint Eastwood at the RNC. Whatever the cause, in the last several days, Der Fubar’s re-coronation campaign has managed to shoot almost all of its toes off. Here

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Romney Speaks at the Al Smith Dinner

A few hours ago, Presidential candidate Mitt Romney and the other guy he is running against attended the annual Al Smith Dinner. It is tradition for presidents to attend, and in election years, for both candidates to be present. Romney spoke first, and when he did, he revealed a sense of humor I doubt many

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“Tickle-Me Biden” Beclowns Himself

Usually, political debates between individuals with more than 20 years age difference are pretty lopsided affairs. Wisdom, the theory goes, is a byproduct of experience, and is earned over time. But in the VP Debate last night, delivered in a format and with a moderator that the Republicans should be excoriated for agreeing to, Biden’s

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Concise Review of Romney/Obama Debate

For those of you who missed last night’s debate, I offer a brief, concise recap for your viewing pleasure (hat tip to @AceofSpadesHQ).

47 Days Left to Talk About the 47 Percent

Today marks 47 days to the election, and given the liberal whining and caterwauling about Romney’s characteristically factual and actually understated assessment of the state of American dependency, it is a good time to reflect on these last days leading up to November 6th. If it is possible, we should all expect the statist-owned and

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Riddle of Joe Biden Solved!

So this has been bothering me for a while. I used to watch John Byner the comic quite a bit in my earlier days – some of you may remember him. He had this stunt guy on his show called Super Dave Osborne. He used to be on all the time.  About the time he

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What is Really at Stake on November 6th?

The 24 hour news cycle is chock full of the spin on Presidential failures, attacks on the Romney campaign and the latest polling numbers. The national election draws near. But we are making a big mistake if we look at this election as a choice between two people. There is much more going on here,

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Failing “Forward”

The last 48 hours have seen the current administration reap a bumper crop of clusterfuckery. I have been at a loss for a way to summarize it, until I stumbled across this image on the vast interwebs: That about sums it up nicely, don’t you think? Time for Barrack Hussein Ahmsari to go. Now. Right

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It’s the Economy, Party of Stoopid!

Todd Akins is sacrificed on the alter of political correctness, but unfortunately for his addle-pated GOP executioners, he won’t hold still for the killing stroke.  OblameBush‘s fifth column in the fourth estate wields Tropical Storm Isaac like a chainsaw in a ‘B’ grade horror movie to threaten the RNC in Tampa.  The forecast calls for

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