Monthly Archives: April 2015

Bernie Sanders is Running for President

I was amused, although not that surprised to hear that Bernie Sanders is running for President. I love Bernie, but he doesn’t have a snowball’s chance in a firestorm to make it out alive, and everybody knows that. If you … Continue reading

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So Bland I Thought it was a YouTube Commercial

The other day I was searching for Hillary Clinton’s official campaign announcement video on  YouTube. As may of you know, a lot of YouTube videos start off with an advertisement before you can get to the substance of the video. … Continue reading

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Hillary and the 17 Dwarves

It’s going to be Hillary and the 17 Dwarves. I can feel it already. Two of the dwarves are in the race already: that would be the Cuban boys, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio. The latter is at least more … Continue reading

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All Aflutter about Hillary

Well, I just got about a half dozen emails telling me that Hillary Clinton just announced her run for the Presidency (see sample below). That was suspenseful.  (Not!) Hillary is just about the most qualified person ever to run for … Continue reading

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Andy Borowitz Sums it Up

Below is a fabulous little item from Andy Borowitz that I just swiped and copied here. Shamelessly. Heinous Waste of Money Officially Begins By Andy Borowitz WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—The two major political parties’ unconscionable waste of money officially commences this … Continue reading

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That Was Suspenseful (Not)

Well, yesterday the jury in the federal court in Boston convicted Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on all 30 counts the the “Boston Marathon Bombing” trial. That was about as suspenseful as whether the sun would come up tomorrow. Now we move on … Continue reading

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A Little Intrigue in a Colorless World

For a little bit of lighter intrigue in a world which is so often dark and brooding, there was a story in the Washington Post about the departure of the White House florist, Laura Dowling. Was she fired? Had she … Continue reading

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