Monthly Archives: February 2010

Voting is Unpatriotic

Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) has a problem with the freewill to vote. That is, if you’re voting against anything he champions. Naturally, he’d champion himself in the 2010 elections. Hence, this little gem from his website: “I think it’s un-Nevadan, … Continue reading

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I Did It Like This…I Did It Like That…

“Paul Revere” by The Beastie Boys

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Clearly our best argument for health care reform thus far…

From today’s Health Care Summit (read: Draw Lines in the Sand session): I even had one constituent — you will not believe this, and I know you won’t, but it’s true — her sister died. This poor woman had no … Continue reading

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The Kool-Aid is Bipartisan

I like Kool-Aid. I really do. The fruit punch flavor, not the “my candidate is the spawn of God” kind. Enter U.S. Senator Scott Brown (R-MA). See, it wasn’t so long ago Republicans were eating up the liberal anger over … Continue reading

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The Ant and the Grasshopper…and Michael Steele

Long, long ago animals could talk. They even had complex human abilities, like the ability to plan. Aesop was around one day when an ant and grasshopper confronted this planning issue. As he told it, the ant worked diligently to … Continue reading

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