This is the season of our discontent: McCain, Romney, Huckaberry, or Paul. The fight for the Republican nomination is among candidates the faithful are not satisfied with at all.
While I was a senior in High School, that year’s candidates left me as a boat listlessing through the sea without any wind blowing myself to a standard bearer. For a brief moment in that July I was excited with somebody: Governor Reagan of California announced his candidacy at the GOP convention in Miami. -developing [...]
For years and years I have been telling young skaters to skate to the ballet Coppelia by Delibes. I personally told two of the young lady’s who were skating last night to use this music, but did they listen? Nope. So what happens; a 14 year old phenom comes along, skates to Coppelia with a [...]
With around 54% of the Democrat vote, junior Senator from Illinois Obama beat Clinton. Is the era of the Clintons’ personal destruction on their opponents over, or, has the battle just begun?
the lemmings in the stock markets are continuing to blackmail the U.S. government for bail-out of their bad loans to bad home-buying risks. Should the Congress bail out investors who followed Congress’ command for such bad loans?
NO! Fred Thompson can’t skate. What a loser. He doesn’t run when the irons were hot last Spring but waits for Labour Day. Now he quits after five States thus he shan’t allow the other 45 States to have their say. His poliltical value is as valuable as Newt’s. Another Conservative permanently bites the dusk. [...]
In the End They All Kill Their Opponents “In 1968, in a televised debate during the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, when American fascists were taking to the streets outside the studio, Gore Vidal slandered William F. Buckley Jr. as a “crypto-Nazi.” Vidal, a pagan, statist, and conspiracy theorist,had good reason to cast this charge [...]
After a dazzling performance that included the triple lutz Victoria Rackohn is in 4th place in the Jr. Lady’s competition at US Figure Skating Nationals. Earlier this season I would have said no way Victoria would even be at Nationals and now here she is close to the podium. She had such a rough start [...]
Some truly lovely performances by our Jr. Lady’s today at Nationals. Three of the young lady’s had triple/triple combinations and two landed the triple lutz. If only they weren’t all risking permanent damge by doing Bielmans. Cinquantta says we must have age limits for the health of our young skaters. He could do far more [...]
The only real conservative has dropped out of the race. I am not speaking to the GOP FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 19, 2008 CONTACT: Gary Becks (619) 334-1655, email@example.com San Diego, Calif. We started this campaign a year ago right here, in San Diego Harbor, against the backdrop of American Naval power. We launched [...]
I couldn’t sleep last night so I watched Romney on the Jay Leno show. Romney was his usual, glib talking from both sides of his mouth self. But it was Jay Leno who got me so riled I threw my pillow at the tv and changed channels. Leno had the usual liberal complaint about the [...]
Caught Senator Thompson on cspan today. I was impressed. I liked how direct he was, how completely forthright. He answered questions directly, didn’t equivocate. He sounded like a true conservative. Of course next to Guiliani and McCain it is easy to look conservative. I will give him more consideration. But he will still be second best to [...]
Living in California my primary vote has never mattered before. Long before the primaries make their way to California the winner is clear and everyone else has dropped out. So I could always vote for my favorite candidate and never worry about electability or any other factor save principle. This year is different. The contest is wide open [...]
The Young Prince was not well last week, so I haven’t had a chance to blog in a while. The Prince is much better now, but now we are gearing up for the US National Figure Skating Championships which as I am sure you all know begin on Sunday. So the mad world of Presidential [...]
Many assumed, possible voters today do not know any history from the pre-Internet age (before 1994). The Republican candidates’ vision is about how they will govern as Ronald Reagan did over twenty years ago. Twenty years ago has been mostly forgotten by too many of us. If one tells today’s generaion of voters one will [...]
My Democrat Governor here in Wisconsin has sold the State’s drivers’ list again. This time to the B. Obama campaign. At least that is the only list which has the version of my name Obama’s people used when they called me this morning. In Surprise, I moderately shouted with a disbelief accent, “OBAMA?” I was [...]
Last night I stayed up to watch the first returns of the New Hampshire Presidential primary from Dixon Notch. McCain was leading the GOP with 4 out of 17 voters while Obama got 7 out of the 17 voters. Dixon Notch had 100% turnout. Oh, Hillary got zip. Now, the Democratics have been harping about [...]
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