‘Nuff Said

It’s More Later: After an introduction, Ferguson made his case: In his inaugural address, Obama promised “not only to create new jobs, but to lay a new foundation for growth.” He promised to “build the roads and bridges, the electric grids, and digital lines that feed our commerce and bind us together.” He promised to …

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Playing to win

Our too-infrequent commenter L D Jackson runs the site Political Realities, and he just tweeted an interesting article from another site, which references his own. The Error May Be In Assuming That The Mess We’ve Created Can Be Cleaned Up By Sherman Broder I’ve been thinking about the post you are reading for quite some …

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What The “H” Is Going On??? Amended: DHS Is Buying An Additional 750 Million Rounds – WHY? (Moved to Top)

I’m seeing these stories in a variety of sites now. This and DHS has bought and still buying 450,000,000 rounds of 40 cal. Hollow Points, http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2012/03/16/dhs-order-450-million-rounds-40-caliber-ammunition-97771/ plus another 300,000,000 rounds of various calibers. Is DHS planning a war, planning to stop a war, incite riots on their own, put down riots incited by others, or …

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Of course the Democrats are upset: it seems that the dead will not be allowed to vote this year!

From NBC News: Pennsylvania judge won’t block voter ID law By Tom Curry, NBC News national affairs writer Updated at 1:15pm ET A Pennsylvania judge denied a request Wednesday to block enforcement of the state’s new voter identification law. Judge Robert Simpson said the law “imposes only a limited burden on voters’ rights, and the …

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The end will be the same

Think back to your ancient history, back to 2010, when then-Speakess of the House Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid decided that they didn’t need no stinkin’ budget, and didn’t want one, because then Democratic Members of Congress might be attacked politically for their votes for yet another trillion-dollar plus deficit, along with …

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Possibly the dumbest campaign letter I have seen so far!

As dumb as the campaign e-mails I get from the Democrats are, it isn’t the Democrats who have won the 2012 Campaign Stupidity Award. I just received this email:1 “2-Term Governor Gary Johnson’s Votes in North Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Nevada, and Colorado Could Determine the Winner of the 2012 Presidential Election” Libertarian Presidential candidate Gov. …

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From around the blogroll: the Paul Ryan reactions

One thing is certain: for the second election in a row, the Republican presidential nominee’s vice presidential selection is making huge waves, on both the right and the left. The Democrats see the selection of Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI 1) as a real target, a chance to try to attack former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA) …

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Paul Ryan, Our Next Vice President

*The Editor declared this would be the case. It is so.   Just an hour ago, Mitt Romney announced Representative Paul Ryan as his running-mate. It was one of the wisest decisions Mitt Romney could make, as Paul Ryan is a bona fide TEA Party Commonsense Constitutional Conservative and already has a Budget blueprint that …

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It’s the economy, stupid!

According to Patterico, William Teach and Hot Air, former Governor Mitt Romney (R-MA) will select Representative Paul Ryan (R-WI-1) to be his vice presidential nominee. Karen noted that the pick is supposed to be announced at 0845 today. Your Editor thinks that Mr Ryan would be a great selection, because his nomination will focus the …

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