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Monthly Archives: July 2012
So today we see that the Republican Party panicked at the idea that their own caucus process and the rules in place to select the Republican presidential candidate actually did what they were supposed to in some cases, which is to … Continue reading
I noticed an article in Slate today that pondered that part of the problem that produces insane acts like we recently witnessed in Colorado is our “addiction to evil”. I think there is something to that. Now to be clear … Continue reading
I wanted to say something about the tragedy in Aurora. My hearts and thoughts go out to everyone that is affected either directly or indirectly but this crazy act. Something like this is so unexplainable. But then the act of someone not … Continue reading
I am not shy about pointing out that the Mitt as president is a very very very bad idea. And recently he has provided me with a perfect example. The Mitt bases his foreign policy on the screwy bad dangerous think of Cheney! … Continue reading
So all of the media is reporting that Ron Paul lost his only chance to be on the ballot during the Republican convention because he didn’t win the majority of delegates at the caucus in Nebraska. Sadly this is simply … Continue reading
So I listened to the speech Mitt made to the NAACP recently. Pretty much the same speech he has been making for some time. Not that interesting. However some of the reporting was. There seemed to be a pretty common … Continue reading