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August 07, 2012

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hit and run

I do want to see him talk about his potential cabinet

Good news! Romney's High Point, NC appearance on Sunday is at . . . wait for it . . . Absolute Style Furniture.

Here's a piece from their home page:

Looks like it's made of sturdy stuff.

Extraneus

Even a youthful skull full of mush should remember Clinton's war in Yugoslavia and Obama's in Libya. Their teachers must have told them those were necessary wars.

MarkO

Tommy Newsom is dead? What???

centralcal

So, CNN has reached a 20-year low in the ratings for the month of July. Today, however, they actually did some fair reporting - the "Romney killed my wife" ad star - Mr. Soptic - admitted to them that his wife had insurance from her own employer for a couple of years after he lost his job, until she quit her job due to an injury.

And, of course, that is just the cream on top of all the other lies in the ad.

Extraneus

Nice. Is it a kitchen cabinet, though?

centralcal

Petraeus's spokesperson has put out a statement that he is not seeking nor does he desire elected office.

Frau Erziehungsverbrecher

Funny, hit mentioned OT.
Here's mine: I've been noticing the tape used on some of the Olympic athletes' bodies. I don't think it is Biotape which has been criticized by the feds. It may be Kinesio tape. Has anyone heard anything about its ues?

MarkO

Obama is a liar.
And, he's a nasty little man.

MarkO

"Petraeus's spokesperson has put out a statement that he is not seeking nor does he desire elected office."

Obama can't get anything right.
He's just not that smart.

Extraneus

Scarborough: Why on earth wouldn’t you let Palin speak at the convention?

He’s better off making nice and showing her some respect. It’ll make conservatives happy and won’t alienate anyone except the most Frum-ian Palin critics. Seems like an easy call to me.
I can't predict the VP nominee, but there's no way she's not speaking at the convention.
Rocco

Nice. Is it a kitchen cabinet, though?

As long as it's not a HOPE chest! (do they still make those)

Extraneus

Sorry, that wasn't a Scarborough quote. Allahpundit from HotAir.

Voldemort Delenda Est !                   Sandy Daze

re Wesley Clarke, he's become a caricature of a retired Army general and in my eyes, an embarrassment and betrayer of his service.

His behavior was bad enough without his latest gambit, hosting a reality game show series Stars Earn Stripes.

What an imbecilic thing to do.

Extraneus

Btw, Romney has every right to discuss a speaker's speech with them before they give it. Surely he and Sarah would have a one-on-one beforehand.

narciso

Well it's a mostly harmless exercise, of Clark's part, unlike the rest of his career.

As to who should speak, Sarah had a deep and abiding respect for McCain, for his military service, hence she gave a better accounting
of his record, than he could or really deserved. We know what happened next.

laura

Frau
It is Kinsio tape, worn for muscle support(slight)in a traditional sense, improved blood flow to reduce inflammation and help recovery and probably most importantly as a biofeedback device. Depending on the way the tape is applied certain muscles and movements are encouraged or inhibited as a neuromuscular response.
I've used the tape on athletes for a variety of issues and it works. Not a cure all but a pretty good tool.

OldTimer

The October scenario with Iran/Israel is gaining more ink. And maybe Mitt is considering Petraeus for a post, but probably not VP. Oh, to be a fly on the wall when Mitt and Bibi met together in Israel. Bill Gertz has more:

http://freebeacon.com/october-surprise/

Bruce

Probably wouldn't have been out of uniform long enough, but I would much prefer to see Gen. Petraeus as Sec. of Defense, or, if not that, then National Security Advisor.

I just don't see this election revolving around whether the Republicans are credible on national security. They can't do worse than the Obama Administration has done, or, indeed, as most Democratic Administrations do. I think by effectively supporting Muslims and the Muslim Brotherhood in their overthrow of multiple governments in the middle east, the Obama Administration has pretty much guaranteed that there will be war there in the very near future. Egypt, for one thing, as gone from fairly neutral in regards to Israel, to a vocal enemy, with 10x the population, and a lot of American financed weapons, separated from Israel by minutes by air, either by warplane or rocket attack. And, while all this is going on, the Obama Administration seems determined to hollow out our military, and discard much of our nuclear arsenal. And, of course, thanks to his feckless leadership, both China and Russia are emboldened. Both are nuclear powers and the Chinese in particular are building their military and expanding their reach and military influence as quickly as they can.

What I think is needed in a VP is an assurance that the budget will be cut, and, hopefully balanced, without raising taxes. We are in the midst of the worst economic recovery of the last 75 years, and much of it can be attributed to the Dems having had almost total power over spending. Trillions of dollars wasted, much of it going to favored constituents.

And, it wouldn't hurt if the Republicans could credibly show that they would clean up a lot of the corruption in D.C. It turns out that almost the entire top management of the Department of Justice, from AG Holder down, has close ties, through their former law practices, to the organizations at the center of the financial crisis, and so, it is no surprise that pretty much no one has been held accountable. John Corzine and MF Global? Goldman Sachs? AIG? These were their lawyers, so, why should we be surprised that they were given a pass? And, of course, there is still Fast and Furious, racial enforcement of laws, facilitation of voter fraud, etc. And, to make matters worse, these political appointees have staffed the Department with liberal political zealots and advocates. A department that desperately needs to be cleaned up.

Janet

Another great little Dennis Miller rant - We'll Know on November 6th...

Some guy

Petraeus?

No. (nothing against him, just not the right choice)

The one and only job of the VP in this campaign is to intercept incoming mud and return it to it's place of origin.

They need to have a sense of humor and not be easily provoked, and be able to say with charm, 'look how desperate they...'

That's it. Romney doesn't need any military or foreign policy cred -- look at who he is running against. O could fake it making speeches to adoring teenagers in 2008, but not now. The only people who would pick O passed on that criteria are irredeemably voting for him already and should be ignored.

Operation Desperate Loser Needs to Vacate Washington should be the only focus of the VP selection.

IMHO (YMMV)

narciso

Among his other talents, Beckel was a State DEpartment functionary in the Carter WH.

AliceH

Bruce for VP!

narciso

This is why I bring it up, I mean if Sanchez had to go;


http://www.therightscoop.com/bob-beckel-romney-had-a-fundraiser-in-israel-with-a-bunch-of-diamond-merchants/

narciso

I suppose they could go lower, but it would tax even the most cynical;


http://michellemalkin.com/2012/08/07/pro-obama-romney-cancer-death/

Extraneus

Are there a lot of diamond merchants in Israel? I know a few in Manhattan, but I didn't realize the network stretched that far.

Some guy

I suppose they could go lower

They will.

dublindave

I can't predict the VP nominee, but there's no way she's not speaking at the convention.


I agree. She's one of the Republican parties most prominent intellectuals, she has to speak. And she has Foreign Policy experience, especially in Soviet affairs.

Sadly they're giving her a 1.00 pm speaking slot, known in political circles as "crazy time". There's no way she's going prime time. That boat has long sailed.

rse

Ok-if I told you the tax free charitable foundations are now being pushed to donate a significant percentage to community organizing and policy advocacy efforts, why doesn't that violate some tax regs?

Is it just no one to blow a whistle?

If you are tax free you get to use the proceeds to pay exorbitant salaries and lobby for policies that hit the tax paying sector?

And Oh, ldh is on the back cover with "it's a wonderful idea."

We seem to be off the rails at this point.

But all is well at JOM I see. Hooray!

Soylent Red

And she has Foreign Policy experience, especially in Soviet affairs.

**Yawn**

daddy

Lis Wiehl on Lou Dobbs Show just said Romney should release all of his Tax Returns.

Lou giddily apoplectic.

Clarice

Ext, it's been a traditionally Jewish business for hundreds of years--from South Africa through the Netherlands, New York and everywhere welse there are fine diamonds needing to be sold and or cut.


.

narciso

Lis is a former Democratic Committee staffer.

matt

So this is the way the country works now. Romney says he is not in favor of wind energy tax credits, and Iowa is outraged.

40% of our corn crop goes to ethanol while there are people starving overseas and there is a shortage, and Iowa is outraged.

Brazilian ethanol, which has a much higher energy potential because it is derived from sugar cane, is banned because the U.S. sugar lobby wants to protect the high price of American sugar. this is also to the benefit of Iowa.

My question is what the f*ck happened to Iowa to make it one of the most co-dependent states in the Union? The Democratic party has created Frankenstein's monster with their giveaways and entitlement programs. Logic has gone out the window.

And even when faced with the most dire of outcomes, it continues. Insane.

Porchlight

The arguments against Petraeus for VP are at least as strong as the ones for him. As long as Romney has strong people in foreign policy and defense cabinet positions, I won't worry.

bgates' questions about Petraeus' fiscal and political positions are also valid and I share them. I just don't like the lumping of Petraeus in with other veterans ("hey, look what happened the last time we nominated X kind of person") as if having veteran status in common taints them all with the McCain stain. McCain never had the executive experience either in the service or in government that Eisenhower had and Petraeus has. No comparison really.

Porchlight

Iowa will get over it. Look at the alternative.

narciso

Btw, here's where she got her start;

She began her career as a lawyer for the law firm of Perkins Coie, then served as a federal prosecutor from 1990–1995. Wiehl worked for the House of Representatives team (as "principal deputy chief minority investigative counsel" for the House Judiciary Committee) in the late 1990s, including during the Clinton impeachment proceedings.[2

Porchlight

Sadly they're giving her a 1.00 pm speaking slot, known in political circles as "crazy time". There's no way she's going prime time. That boat has long sailed.

Doesn't matter when she speaks, it'll be the biggest thing going and all the MSM will be hanging on every word. Sorry to break it to you.

Sara

I hope Romney is smart enough to understand that politicians are not the best choices for running big departments or making hard decisions. Not one of them now bandied about, with the possible exception of Ryan has much of anything to recommend them for the jobs at hand. Sure, they have name recognition, but there are far superior people that should be looked at to fill the key positions.

In this country, someone gives one good speech and suddenly everyone wants to elevate them to the top. Most politicians are pretty dumb and uninformed, but they are good with politicking.

Soylent Red

My question is what the f*ck happened to Iowa to make it one of the most co-dependent states in the Union?

Tom Vilsack, one of the most bleeding heart peddlers of handouts ever to walk the earth. Between him and Chet Culver, they turned Iowa into a haven for dirtbags looking for a handout.

RichatUF

A lotta Lebanese too (think the blood diamond trade)...

Hummm, seems P. shot down those rumors fast. And to take JiB up on the bet: a VP can't be an embarrassment; some WDC experience (since the VP is President of the Senate); a good fundraiser; and from a different geographical area (although this really isn't important)...

I'd like Fred Thompson but doubtful he'd take it. Hummm how about Sen. John Hoeven-ND as a dark horse. He'd put energy issues at the top of the agenda (and he can speak about the land issues in the West, which he had to deal with as the former Governor), he has a generally conservative voting record, and is dull enough he won't outshine Romney. Seems to be a competent fundraiser (though he beat his opponent 3-1 in his Senate election). Down side is name recognition, a bit of a porker when it comes to farm subsidies, and only 2 years in the Senate.

narciso

It was a Russian colony for 150 years or so, and I'm sure this 'czar in all but crown' resents the great deal that Alexander 11, gave it up for.

Janet

donate a significant percentage to community organizing and policy advocacy efforts, why doesn't that violate some tax regs?

Is it just no one to blow a whistle?

IMO a lot of lib crap doesn't get labeled as "political". All the green stuff...it's not political, it is nice, & right, & caring!
My neighbor will get mad at someone bringing up politics...but sign all their emails with "Think Sustainability!". They don't see that as political.
I'm sure "community organizing" gets the same pass.

OldTimer

But the craziest thing, daddy, is the Dream Act implementation going on under everyone's nose discussed on Lou's show also, and yet we're hearing crickets about this from the Republicans. Law enforcement is required to turn arrested illegals with rap sheets back onto the streets? And not even the GOP is alarmed about the danger that poses to the rest of us?

I guess all our elected's live in gated communities and have body guards to protect them when they're out amongst the rabble - to hell with the rest of the country.

Sara

but a Patraeus VP pick only underscores what's in store for the budget -- a massive increase in military spending...

Romney doesn't need Petraeus to increase or at least maintain a defense budget. He says in nearly every speech that our readiness and the military infrastructure is in terrible shape and worse than it has been since WWII. Old planes and even older ships, what's left of them.

At least if there is a big spending spree on the military side, it will put people back to work, unlike the stupid green spending that Obama is so hot on.

I see DOT has responded to the earlier part of your comment, which was one of the dumber remarks you've made here.

hit and run

Well, I didn't see that coming:

Curiosity on Mars

narciso

As I pointed out, on the earlier thread, sustainability and a smaller carbon footprint
was what probably caught Plouffe's attention, re NTN, 'dont be evil' until it is time to cut off Skype,

RichatUF

Mars, a shovel ready project.

narciso

Btw, in the LUN.

Sara

It's illegal for a candidate to make a job offer before the election, so he can't name a cabinet.

Who is suggesting he make a job offer? I just would like to know who is being considered.

I do not want a single person that is already in the Senate to go anywhere but where they are.

My druthers would be for everyone that Romney brings in to come from business or manufacturing or banking/finance. No politicians, unless politics was their 2nd or 3rd career after proving themselves in the real world. And no lawyers, except for Justice.

And pragmatic people with common sense. No ideologues.

Sara

R O M N E Y H O O D/B E T R A Y U S

Obamaloney and the Dunderhead

daddy

Who is stupider, Harry Reid or Elizabeth Warren? Tough call.

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren’s campaign said today that she misspoke when she said Republican Sen. Scott Brown should release 20 years of tax returns.

Danube of Thought

"Tommy Newsom is dead?"

So is Judith Crist. And for the matter of that, Napoleon Bonaparte.

Ignatz

--As I pointed out, on the earlier thread, sustainability and a smaller carbon footprint
was what probably caught Plouffe's attention--

You know what they say about a man with a small carbon footprint.

Jim Rhoads a/k/a vjnjagvet

I am in the Petraeus for National Security Advisor camp. I could even see him as Sec Def or State. But not Veep. Please.

I still like Jindal. Even though he is not in Palin's league as a speaker, I am pretty sure he can more than hold his own against slow Joe in a debate or on the hustings, and will make a good showing on talk shows. He has done a good job as Governor, and has won elections over favored Democrats. He is also very bright and, I think, squeaky clean. Finally, he completely takes the "vanilla white guy" argument off the table.

Janet

The chutzpah of a phony ass Cherokee telling anyone to release anything is really something....just like sketchy Obama. It is a joke that that GRIFTER from who-the-hell-knows-where is demanding Romney release some background tax info.
Our MFM are worthless. Worthless I tell ya, worthless.

narciso

You know there's a mixed record on that, for
every O'Neil and Snowe, who avoided much of the financial backwash, there's a Don Regan,
Petersen ws pretty good, although fairly non descript, Rumsfeld had legislative, business
and high government service, I thought he was
one of W's better choices.

Captain Hate

Sorry, that wasn't a Scarborough quote. Allahpundit from HotAir.

I was all set to watch the sun set in the east.

narciso

You were looking for the Zeppelin ports, and bearded Spock in the corner, heh Captain.

Captain Hate

Rumsfeld had legislative, business and high government service, I thought he was one of W's better choices.

Absolutely; the morons and I have had numerous tete a tetes about him being unjustly trashed by idiots over the Surge who don't know a damn thing about strategic shifts during a war.

boatbulder

Iggy I am stealing that

narciso

Much has been made, specially by Rieff and his dummies, Packer and Trainor, but we see what the Baath is doing as a matter of course, in Syria,

daddy

"Bernard Lewis's memoir"

Narciso,

Thought that one would be right up your alley, what with you probably recognizing all those Byzantine names and understanding their backgrounds. Glad you got to it and am glad you're enjoying it. Packed full of wonderful little observations. He speaks very highly of Dick Cheney, and exactly the opposite of Ted Kennedy.

Sara

If Romney caves on the tax returns, he loses my vote. Why not have the firm that prepares the returns make a sworn statement that they have prepared returns for every year since XXXX and that in those years his total tax liability amounted to XXX millions of dollars, which was paid on time and according to the law.

Sara

And, further, since the FEC Disclosure Filings are public record, I'd tell people to stop being so lazy and go look them up or shut up. They are more definitive than a personal return would be.

narciso

Considering his rather austere image, he has a very matter of fact style, because he knew more than the average academic in the field,
he was publishing major work at a rather young
age, and it's a fairly quick read,

daddy

"the "Romney killed my wife" ad"

Tina Korbe, listed as "Conservative Columnist" on the Lou Dobbs show (I think for Hot Air or TownHall) said that the ad will work because you can't argue with emotion, so that I think she was arguing that even tho' it's false it's true.

Tina,

George Will, Bill Kristol, Peggy Noonon and the staff at NRO just might have a seat at the table for you.

narciso

Townhall, reminds me of the neutrals in Futurama.

Ignatz

--Iggy I am stealing that--

Then you'll be receiving stolen property, boatbuilder.
Shawn on the USA show Psych said it about himself, only he said 'you know what they say about a man with a large carbon footprint'.
One of their best episodes; he spent the whole time being as un-PC as possible while making fun of enviro whackos.

Sara

Jindal, who I am sure is a very nice guy, gives me the creeps. I've never been impressed with him and fail to see why he is so popular in conservative circles.

We really need a Christie/Sununu/Trump type, although I'm not wanting Sununu and Christie is iffy since he really isn't much of a Republican. Someone who doesn't scare easily and who says what he means and means what he says. And who takes no guff from the press.

Even Gingrich. In fact, as much as I hate to admit it, ol' Newt wouldn't be a bad choice at all.

You get some of these young guns in there and the president has to watch his back all the time and deal with someone afraid to be too outspoken for fear of screwing up his own aspirations.

Captain Hate

Well narc, I could see where Scarred Burro and AllahPander could be interchangeable since they both fixate on dimwitted blonds with fathers who did a poor job raising them along with everything else.

Sara

For the record, when I say his, please read it as his or her, as I don't rule out any woman for any position, it is just so unwieldy to write or read.

daddy

Janet,

Thanks for the fine Dennis Miller Rant link.

Tomorrow he has on Mark Steyn as guest. Impossible to top those 2 masters of incomparable, rapid-fire, verbal brilliance, especially when they get on a roll together. Unfortunately (or fortunately now that I think on it), I'll be winging my way to a DreamDate with Another (BuB) so I'll miss Dennis.

Keep us posted if its a good one.

Captain Hate

Even Gingrich. In fact, as much as I hate to admit it, ol' Newt wouldn't be a bad choice at all.

Is there red kryptonite or is one of the trolls socking Sara.

centralcal

Ladies (and cooking gentlemen) I interrupt this important thread with a really, really dumb question.

I want to clean out some of the less fresh veggies in my crisper and be done with them. I have 6 brussel's sprouts and a hunk of broccoli crown that I was thinking of steaming together. Whaddya think? I haven't ever combined B.S. (let the jokes begin) with another veggie - it should work out alright, right?

Especially, if I have a cocktail before dinner!

Sara

How 'bout Rudy Giuliani as AG?

daddy

"Lis is a former Democratic Committee staffer."

Thanks Narciso.

I thought she was just mind-numbingly stoopid. Now you've explained it:)

She first came on my radar screen on an early O'Reilly episode where she said she did not know what E Pluribus Unum meant.

Captain Hate

cc, why don't you stir fry them with garlic (that's the only way I can stand BS).

Janet

You would think at some point the MFM would be embarrassed by how the Dems assume they can get away with stuff. The Dems know they won't be asked hard questions or their backgrounds won't be examined thoroughly.

narciso

That reminds of some the quips, that Lewis unearthed about Nasser, so much so there is
a joke about Nasser, meeting the fellow that collects the joke, and after a bit, he says,
'Don't you know I brought Egypt to fame and glory, and the comic says I didn't write that.

Jim Rhoads a/k/a vjnjagvet

What is about Jindal that gives you the creeps, Sara?

Sara

US vs US for the Gold in Beach Volleyball. So the US has won the Gold and the Silver already. Go girls!!!!

Ignatz

--She first came on my radar screen on an early O'Reilly episode where she said she did not know what E Pluribus Unum meant.--

I first noted her stellar integrity as she defended the rapist in chief during his impeachment.

daddy

"But the craziest thing, daddy, is the Dream Act implementation going on under everyone's nose discussed on Lou's show also,"

Old Timer,

It was frightening to listen to Stanley Kurtz today on Miller's Show discussing the amount of innocuous sounding programs that the Left, under the radar screen, is quietly initiating on State and Local levels that will forever steal our freedoms from us. Very sobering.

Sara

Jim Rhoads: That's why I say "the creeps" because I can't really put my finger on why I don't have a good reaction to him. He seems nice enough, I guess he's competent, although in Louisiana, from what I've seen, that bar isn't very high so it is hard to judge. He is a terrible public speaker from the little I've seen of him. But, I really know so little about him, I can only go on impressions from maybe one or two exposures, which is unfair to him, I'm sure. He just doesn't click with me.

narciso

Too much alcohol, or not enough, Schweitzer being an Lakota name;


http://weaselzippers.us/2012/08/07/montana-dem-governor-montanans-are-white-racist-rednecks/

centralcal

Yes! Great idea Captain. BS and all other things go down so much better with a little olive oil and garlic! Thanks.

Danube of Thought

"If Romney caves on the tax returns, he loses my vote."

That'll be the day.

Sara

My brain is fried. Yesterday it got up to 102, today it was 106 and in the direct sunlight, one of my backyard thermometers hit 116. I made the mistake of going out in barefeet, made it about 2 steps on the hot concrete and had to get back to the shade in a hurry. Tomorrow and Thursday it is supposed to be 107-109, which means it will be close to 120 in my backyard.

Porchlight

They are both from the brassica family, centralcal, so why not? The only thing to worry about would be differing cooking times, but you can start steaming the longer cooking one earlier.

Sara

That'll be the day.

You don't know me very well.

However, don't confuse my statement as an indication I'd ever cast a vote for Odumbo.

centralcal

You would think at some point the MFM would be embarrassed by how the Dems assume they can get away with stuff.

Janet, you are among my most favorite of favorites. But, you really need to accept that the MFM is beyond redemption. They do not want or feel a need of it. They are fully on board with everything the most radical of radicals is for - especially, their mascot, Obummer.

The highest priority is not merely defeating the leviathan in our hallowed halls and institutions, but also defeating and slaying the media purveyors who sustain them.

So, stop asking "why" they do what they do, and start plotting "how" to defeat them.

Okay lecture over - the BS and broccoli will have their way with me soon enough.

narciso

Btw, the same person who wrote that snarky column that Drudge linked, wrote this, she seems to be auditioning for what's her name
(the Post's fashion column)


http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/she-the-people/post/so-michelle-obamas-jacket-cost-6k-what-did-mitt-wear/2012/07/30/gJQAXtECLX_blog.htm

Jim Eagle

What the hell is this infatuation with Lolo Jones? She is a half-ass hurdler that looks like a movie star. But that doesn't win Olympics or anything else. NBC is blowing it selling her appeal.

The Girl from Oz, Sally Pearson will make them all pay.

100M hurdles - sorry.

Clarice

Jindahl's very smart, well-respected and honest. I don't know if that appeals to the usual voting morons but it worked in Louisiana of all places.

narciso

I cut him some slack, when he gave the first response to the SOU, in part because it was a welcome change of pace from the maudlin folderall being sold as oratory, and he did
a decent job when the whole BP spill floundered, unlike Carville's useless stammerings.

Rick Ballard

Missouri Senate Primary

AliceH's pick (Akin) is in the lead but it's really tight with just 5% of precincts reported. I've never seen a three way so tight.

Ignatz

--She is a half-ass hurdler that looks like a movie star.--

Not sure that's entirely fair. She's past her prime no doubt but was favored in Beijing and was leading at the second to last hurdle when she clipped it.

Ignatz

Sent this story out on Mrs. Ignatz's update but thought I'd repeat it here. The guy next to my wife told it to me;

There is a blind woman in her sixties who is doing chemo with them and apparently she is kind of a wise guy.
She needed to go to the bathroom and needed help getting there and so she told the nurse who was unhooking the IV of the guy next to her; there are lots of bathroom breaks when they're pumping you full of liquid.
The nurse was removing the IV from this guy's hand and the blind gal told her again she really had to go. The nurse was applying pressure to the spot where the IV needle had been and the guy who was being unhooked tried to help the nurse out by asking her "Would you like me to put my finger on that for you?"
The blind gal answered without missing a beat "No, thank you".

Apparently the whole room was laughing over it for the rest of the day.

centralcal

Thanks, Porch, that was my thinking too.

About Jindahl. I like him a lot and pretty much echo Clarice's points. However, I do admit to a bit of Nawlin's phobia (it is a long story), yet, that said, I think he is probably one of the best things that ever happened to Louisiana politics and I think he is a real plus in the Republican column.

hit and run

Sara:
My brain is fried. Yesterday it got up to 102, today it was 106 and in the direct sunlight

That's way too hot for a brain. You really shouldn't leave it out in the sun. :)

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