Monthly Archives: December 2013

It’s not hypocrisy

According to a CNN poll, the Afghanistan war is the most unpopular in history. More unpopular than Iraq. More unpopular than Vietnam. Yet, no one is protesting the war despite the fact that President Obama escalated our involvement in 2010. … Continue reading

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Garbage in, garbage out

Virtually every model on climate change has failed. The temperature rise that the models have predicted have failed to materialize. Obviously there are forces of nature at work that the models cannot simulate (PDO/NAO/Solar), yet, predicated on the model outputs, … Continue reading

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Shillin’ for Hill…

Barbara Walters selected Hillary Clinton as her most fascinating person of 2013. This, in a year where Clinton has (thankfully) been off the world stage and out of the news, isn’t much more than just shillin’ for Hill. Why not … Continue reading

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The inexplicable 43 percent…..

From today’s Washington Post: “The president’s overall approval rating stands at 43 percent, while disapproval is at 55 percent. Those numbers are virtually identical to a poll taken a month ago.” Who the hell are these 43 percenters? Maybe Romney’s 47 percenters minus … Continue reading

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Tanks fer nuttin’ Danny…..

I’ve never been a single issue voter. I don’t vote based on my views on abortion, gun control, health care, gay marriage, foreign policy, the budget. I’m not a Tea Party guy although I have great sympathy for their fiscal … Continue reading

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Good News and Bad News

First the bad news: The system still doesn’t work. Now the good news: You can discover that for yourself much faster than in October. Or as the WSJ reported: Mission Accomplished.

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