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April 29, 2012

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Captain Hate

No hat tip for Janet? Or somebody?

Danube of Thought

Minus 14 at Raz today.

Trails Romney bt 2.

AliceH

comparing apples and peacocks

Despite a de facto standard of retaining subject order between literal and analogical series', I'm going to assume an exception applies in this case. Obama is clearly the peacock.

mockmook


CH, TM came up with this independently.

(O/T, Why am I thinking about the Libby case?)

henry

Janet added the "I" count and compared usage. With geat effect IMHO.

Jim,MtnView,Ca,USA

Depressing discussion of CA.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052702304444604577340531861056966.html

California is turning into a two-and-a-half-class society. On top are the "entrenched incumbents" who inherited their wealth or came to California early and made their money. Then there's a shrunken middle class of public employees and, miles below, a permanent welfare class. As it stands today, about 40% of Californians don't pay any income tax and a quarter are on Medicaid.

boris

Janet's "I count" version.

sbw

BumpBump. BumpBump. BumpBump.

I! I! I!

Rick Ballard

Jim,

The WSJ piece is a precursor for Controller Chiang's April report which will show MoonBeam's revenue projections to be off by about 18.5% wrt personal tax revenues. The $1.75 billion shortfall is going to trigger another series of spending cuts and put the lie, again, to the totally specious claptrap about any sort of recovery occurring.

The Great OPM Famine is deepening in the Blue Hells and there will be very little that President Romney can or should do about it. California and Illinois are going to have to pump out the the cesspools they've created on their own hook.

Have Blue

Ben - Read Bush's account. How much credit is he taking for Saddam's capture?

Strawman Cometh

Please note that the 0nce's chest thumping is over an an event that was set up by actions he denounced and actors he wanted to prosecute.

Have Blue

Romney has fewer NS creds than Obama in 2008??

Keep beclowning yourself.

narciso

I do recall Obama said 'we were just air raiding Villages' well Abbotabad is more of a city.

Chubby

((...Trails Romney by 2.))

that is encouraging, seeing as he's been campaigning non-stop for months and Romney is just getting warmed up

Campesino

As it stands today, about 40% of Californians don't pay any income tax and a quarter are on Medicaid.

=================

Glad I moved from Cali back to Colorado 5 years ago. Now trying to get the kids to move

Buford Gooch

This has to be a new Ben Franklin posting. The old one seemed to be at least adolescent. This one comments like a petulant child.

Campesino

Obama = no class

Soylent Red

Who would y'all rather have answer the phone at 3 am?

Heh...Obama answers the phone. That's precious.

Oh wait. You must have meant Obama answers the 3 a.m. phone call nine months later, after being drug in off the golf course against his will, having his arm twisted to do it and consulting with every advisor he can find on whether it will be political useful to answer the phone.

In that case he has Admiral McRaven answer it.

Ben Franklin

It's great to be back - I was huffing airplane glue and my fingers got stuck together but its all good now.

Soylent Red

Keep thinking it there slugger.

I think you've had the feather long enough...

Next moonbat!

Bruce
McCain says Obama should be ashamed of taking some credit.
Answered by:
Ben - Read Bush's account. How much credit is he taking for Saddam's capture?
What was so striking to me is how Bush keeps himself completely out of it, with the only use of "I" being Today, on behalf of the nation, I thank the members of our Armed Forces and I congratulate 'em.

Obama spent maybe a couple of hours total on the project, at least until the launch of the mission. And, then, I am sure, that he took full advantage of real time video to watch the execution of the mission. Hundreds, if not thousands, of our military personnel were involved in one way or another, with the Seals, pilots, etc. training hard for years, and then having their lives on the line.

And, yet, some are still surprises that this speech by the President was mostly about himself, and all the "risks" that he took - which was apparently the risk that he couldn't use the killing of OBL in this year's campaign. Or, maybe more accurately, his surrogate, the guy who had the last clear shot at bagging OBL before, being able to use this successful operation to Obama's advantage.

And, some people wonder why much of our military would have followed George W. Bush to hell, if asked, while we recently had a soldier disciplined for saying things online that hurt Obama's feelings, and one thrown out for refusing to obey his orders.

Rick Ballard

Enough about OBL - let's talk about the President's fantastic success with Arab Spring. There's not a Salafist or member of the Muslim Brotherhood on the planet who is not grateful to the President for allowing them the opportunity to extend Mohametan extremism througout the Middle East and North Africa. Even so, it's nothing compared to the gratitude of British Petroleum and TOTAL shareholders towards the President for his wholesale delivery of kinetic humanitarian aid in support of the Anglo/French coup which both enhanced the free flow of oil to EUtopia and also provided a sterling object lesson on the perils of undermining OPEC production allotments.

Rick Ballard

Enough about OBL - let's talk about the President's fantastic success with Arab Spring. There's not a Salafist or member of the Muslim Brotherhood on the planet who is not grateful to the President for allowing them the opportunity to extend Mohametan extremism througout the Middle East and North Africa. Even so, it's nothing compared to the gratitude of British Petroleum and TOTAL shareholders towards the President for his wholesale delivery of kinetic humanitarian aid in support of the Anglo/French coup which both enhanced the free flow of oil to EUtopia and also provided a sterling object lesson on the perils of undermining OPEC production allotments.

Jim,MtnView,Ca,USA

"MoonBeam's revenue projections to be off by about 18.5%"
Yikes.
I think I see the outlines of their strategy to justify raising taxes some more.
Simplest would be the Greek process...just take the money first, then make you justify getting it back. LUN.

Jim,MtnView,Ca,USA

So this is what a Narcisolated comment stream looks like?
Not bad. Not bad at all.

MJW

...President Obama would also like to thank Seal Team 6 for their assistance.

narciso

In other news I think Dagan and the other fellow at Shin Bet, trying to undermine Netayanhu, also qualifies in this category.

SS Johnny

Obama throws a baseball like a girl (no offense ladies) and he wants us to think he hunted down and killed Osama? Now hunting down Osama's dog, maybe. Yummy.

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