"It's a sellers' market!" all over the radio.
Uh, not exactly.
Still fall-out from Community Re-Investment Act of the Carter Administration.
Blaming it on anything else is smoke, a specialty of the Straw Man Crowd.
Lots of stuff fits where the moon don't shine.
Why they search.
"As time goes by, we'll see this law acquire a more bipartisan complexion."
Wishful, inaccurate, disingenuous, wrong, specious, and revealing.
Another Twitter advert.
Checked in to see if anything clever from the Broun Bashers.
Not bad, so far.
"Some Win Some Lose"
It's called a democratic republic for just this very reason.
But basically a Twitter advertisement.
Closest article about the indicted School Chief
I could find in the ABH.
AP widely circulates yet another opinion
masquerading as news. Perfect for ABH.
It's so much fun when
the middle third of the nineteenth century turns up as a topic.
A few folks know of what they write, but
mainly it's just crap.
To the state, marriage is only a legal contract.
To the church, it is holy.
To which the allegiance?
It's not about the guns or even the violence.
It's all about the control.
Here's where the old line "The dumb ones go to jail" should fit.
Except there's no info if he went to jail and he was (sadly) smart enough to remain silent and call his barrister.
Police speculate that an open flame was involved.posted @ Friday, March 15, 2013 - 14:30
Tough pic for Show and Tell.posted @ Monday, March 11, 2013 - 21:10
There is a reason this is still "news" twelve hours after being false.posted @ Monday, March 11, 2013 - 21:06
"The Governor had to intervene..." via his Floor Leader, Sen Cowsert.posted @ Monday, March 11, 2013 - 21:02
@MATT31: That's a joke in more ways than one.
Multiple presentations have come from the House, where GOP is majority.
The Senate, led by your heroic Myrmidons, haven't done diddly squat in, what, a million years?
Seen Big Foot lately?
@jtsim: Excellent point. "Due process" would be to certify his confession promptly and expeditiously, then move on to the penalty phase.
The legal point at this juncture is the penalty.
Get to it.
This movement has been spear-headed by the PTSD crowd,
who fear having to choose between their status
as "disabled" or give up their guns.
Pretty good check from the Feds if your daddy slapped you around as a kid.
Good defense in court for multiple charges.
Drugs from the sympathetic doctor.
Pretty much ruined it for the folks who really suffer.
"Congress shall yearly present a budget balanced for signature
by the President."
Pretty simple, even for Democrats, to understand.
Like having to identify oneself to vote or check out a library book, all kinds of Straw Men and hoohah will be thrown in to obscure its simplicity.
Fear of losing the Free Stuff.
Yes, such a great need.
Then there is the reality of what actually happens at the ANHC.
Lots of spin here, and for fairly obvious reasons.
It's not as hard as all that,
if you have some ducks in a row.
Something about The Bill of Rights.posted @ Friday, February 15, 2013 - 18:49
Mark Twain had an interestingly accurate view of School Boards.
There are indeed a whole lot of "should's" concerning the electing, functioning, behavior and accountability to taxpayers and parents which go ignored by a cadre elected largely by coin toss.
Been to a school board meeting lately?
Try going to one at any of several contiguous counties, too.
Very disturbing, even horrifying, and we wonder why there's, um, "trouble."
A whole page of cartoon and comments, and here is the very first mention of the perpetrator, the commander-in-chief, Barack Hussein Obama.
On the up-side, I did not see George Bush. Yet.
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