From the daily archives:

Wednesday, November 9, 2005

A Greeting from Iraq

November 9, 2005

On vacation from the trials and tribulations of life in Joisey, I’m visiting my homeland, the People’s Republic of Rhode Island, for the week. The purpose of my visit is to spend quality time with my brother, who is home for 15 days from the Sandbox, the 2-Way firing range, the Suck, or as She-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named [...]

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Why are REPUBLICANS trying to undermine the free market?

November 9, 2005

I am ashamed of my party today. The political grandstanding of the members of the United States Senate with their hearings on the so-called “Price Gouging” of the oil companies smacks of socialism. To have people like Sen. Pete Domenici and Scott McClellan sounding like Ted Kennedy and she who must not be named. The [...]

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Governor Owens WAS Presidential Material

November 9, 2005

I appreciate Governor Owens’ explanation that the vote in Colorado wasn’t exactly as portrayed in the media. But Governor, any measure that allows government spending to increase further is a bad idea. Surplus funds that are not used to lower outstanding debt is money that was wrongfully taken from the people. As President Bush said: [...]

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British Political Reality

November 9, 2005

Prime Minister Tony Blair will go down in history as a great world leader. I consider Tony Blair to be close to the level of a hero, an honor I thought I would never reserve for a socialist. But today we see the reality of British politics. Even in the aftermath of a great leader [...]

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I Voted for Bloomberg

November 9, 2005

Undecided until and even while I was in the booth, I voted for Mike Bloomberg. It normally takes alot for me to not vote for the Republican. I was so inclined yesterday. While in the booth, I imagined Mayor Ferrer with Al Sharpton pulling the strings. This may have had something to do with the [...]

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A Little More Perspective From the Axis of Right

November 9, 2005

From the perspective of a Democrat, an off-year election featuring races in Virginia, New Jersey and New York City must produce two victories for the Democrats or the cycle is considered a failure. Yesterday, the Democrats produced two victories. This was neither a victory nor a defeat. It was a wash. Obviously three Republican victories [...]

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