The Unhealthy Alliance

A special election for State Representative was held yesterday here in northwest Florida.  Was the dismal turnout indicative of something more than lousy campaigning? The low voter turnout in this election surprised me.  In my precinct (97), my vote was number 133, and this was at 5:20 pm. ??? Why so low?  Election burnout?  Uninterested …

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And For Our Next Trick

The headline reads ‘Dems split over Iraq plan details.’  Why, how could that be?  Since the election last November, democrat leaders claimed a mandate to end the war.  Not win it, just end it.  Well, it seems there is some concern for their political ass now, which should be indicative of which is more important …

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Neo-cons Fear Us

Pushing real hard for the most ridiculous item of the day, yet another example of the so-called ‘progressive’ movements’ twisted logic. In a Feb. 1, 2007 interview,  Air America radio co-host Mike Papantonio said “The truth is the neo-cons hate us and fear us and they rightly should.” Papantonio does what all good progressives do. …

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Dems Need Defeat, Cannot Survive Victory

Democrats’ ‘slow bleed’ policy isn’t neocon rhetoric.  It is their plan that will insure defeat in Iraq.  The Democrat party leaders are beyond the point of no return where Iraq is concerned.  They are so invested in defeat now that they cannot politically survive a victory. Determined to challenge President Bush, Senate Democrats are drafting …

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The NBA’s ‘Drive-by’ In Las Vegas

What was to be an event to rehabilitate the National Basketball Association’s thug image, the NBA All-Star Weekend in Vegas was “an unmitigated failure, and any thoughts of taking the extravaganza to New Orleans in 2008 are total lunacy.” The game is a sloppy, boring, half-hearted mess. The dunk contest is contrived and pointless. The celebrity contest is …

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Air America’s Golden Years

Great news.  The sale of Air America Radio was approved, for $4.2 million.  Investors, like Mike Papantonio, who is also co-host of an AAR program called Ring of Fire, will get one cent on the dollar in the deal.  In case you haven’t heard, they had declared bankruptcy.   The free-market works.  For evidence on just why their …

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Republicans Bucking Bush

 Below is the list of Republicans that voted with the majority to rebuke the President’s plan to win the Iraq war.  Names to remember come election time. Michael Castle (DE), Ric Keller (FL), Timothy Johnson (IL), Mark Kirk (IL), Fred Upton (MI), Jim Ramstad (MN), Wayne Gilchrest (MD), Howard Coble (NC), Walter Jones (NC), James …

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Dems’ Resolution, Forked Tongue, Forked Logic

The TV show ’24′ has raised the hairs on the backs of some libs. Their problem is they watch too much TV.  Anyway, they claim that the show is a bad influence on our troops in the war on terror. They are claiming that the show will influence our troops to commit torture, like the …

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When Good Is Bad, And Bad Is Good

It’s hard to understand the thought processes of liberals because they often don’t make any sense. Take the news of Air America Radio for example. The quiet news of their bankruptcy and auctioning off of their assets doesn’t quite jibe with the splash news (Feb. 1st) that Air America is in their golden age, a …

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