Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Wednesday Morning News and Notes

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It's been an interesting week to say the least. Posting down due to work obligations and I don't make enough here to sit around in my PJ's all week and pump out posts.

Anyway, here's what's new in the world:

-Hope and change is clearly in effect as the world is laughing at the Gaffe Master in Chief and his crony sidekick The Bumbler.

-California has sunk to unbelievable lows of late. Can The Governator sit back for a sec and take stock in the fact that leading like a Democrat, spending inane amounts on illegal aliens and taking a non-business approach to environmental issues have gotten him here?

-The ugly face of liberalism. Add Obama to that group:

-Al Franken is now a US senator. If that is not enough to make people think we are a joke, nothing will.

-The Palin saga continues with the obligatory creepiness from the deranged Andrew Sullivan. For the record, she would be one of our better-looking presidents:


Newborn Republican said...

This was a fairly accurate synopsis of the weeks events. More importantly I would add the the House passed the climate change bill. While in many ways this bill is toothless and will do little or no good for the country (the wonders of federal legislation) it is a dramatic symbolic step for the world and for the environmental movement.

Scott said...

Yeah, a step in the wrong direction unfortunately. Global warming is a myth as anyone with an ounce of integrity in the environmental business will tell you.