Posts in category "politics"
A contract’s not bid on to SUPES While outsiders must jump through the hoops. The Board strings along As if nothing is wrong. You’re surprised that we’re taken for dupes?
It is official. She’s announced For president, has Hillary. And now Republicans will buy More stuff from a distillery.
Taken at his word, Governor Pence Has befriended gay ladies and gents. “Our law was designed With no bias in mind. The problem is ambivalence.”
“Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who achieved the rank of Eagle Scout as a teen, has taken that motto seriously. His Eagle Scout status has him so prepared, he indicated this week, he’s ready to serve as commander in chief of the U.S. military.”[Jessie Opoien:The Cap Times] Scott Walker was asked why he’d be A... Read more »
The Republican party’s preparing to choose For president someone not likely to lose. John McCain wasn’t it Nor the one-percent Mitt And if there’s a God, it will not be Ted Cruz.
Here is a passage from my commonplace book entered on 2-20-09. Little has changed in Congress. “No one today seriously believes that the actions of the legislative branch are informed by a collective determination to promote the common good. For this reason, periodic Congressional efforts to curb presidential power are mostly for show and... Read more »
“Some Republican senators admitted Wednesday they were caught off guard by the backlash to a letter warning Iranian leaders against a nuclear agreement with President Barack Obama. And Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Republicans – many of whom blessed the missive during a brisk signing session at a Senate lunch a week ago, as... Read more »
“I saw the letter, I saw that it looked reasonable to me and I signed it, that’s all. I sign lots of letters.” [Senator John McCain explaining to Politico why he was one of the 47 Republicans to sign the letter to Iran] Why sign that letter To the leaders Iranian? “I sign... Read more »
47 Republican senators, seemingly inspired by the God of Obstructionism, have signed a letter to “the Leaders of the Islamic Republic of Iran”. The letter, a cross between an American civics lesson and a veiled threat, was authored by Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton, and addresses the sensitive talks on limiting Iran’s nuclear program. Reaction from... Read more »
Hearken, in his cap and bells, to Rudy Guiliani: “I do not like Barack as much as I love Ronnie.” With a hey and a ho and a hey nonny nonny. “It’s a terrible thing that I say but true” Obama hates me and he also hates you.” With a hey and a... Read more »