From the daily archives:

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Arlen Faces the Specter of Defeat

August 13, 2009

Arlen Specter has taken a political beating lately.  Like other Democrats who are actually brave enough to face their constituents, Specter recently attended a series of town hall meetings where he should have discovered that applying Barack Obama’s government-knows-best philosophy to the greatest health care system in the world isn’t exactly the kind of hope [...]

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Guitar Legend Les Paul Dies

August 13, 2009

Les Paul (1915-2009) died today from complications due to pneumonia at the age of 94.  Those of you not in rock-guitar circles or are under the age of 50 may not know much about Les Paul.  Les Paul is credited with inventing the solid-body electric guitar (making them much thinner, reducing feedback, and much more [...]

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Don’t Bother Sheila While She’s on the Phone

August 13, 2009

This instant classic of Representative Sheila Jackson Lee talking on a cell phone during a question from a cancer survivor at a town hall meeting says everything.  Lee said later that she can multi-task, and that she was only calling the administration in order to get some “accurate” information for her constituents.  What happened to a [...]

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Is ObamaCare Doomed for Failure?

August 13, 2009

There are increasing signs that ObamaCare is doomed for failure.  The left is getting more and more desperate, as they try to counter the growing insurgency that is rising in this country among Conservatives, Independents, and normal, conservative/moderate Democrats.  People don’t want their health care touched, and they are making their voices heard.  People oppose [...]

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