I don’t care about tomorrow’s GOP Ames Straw Poll. Simply put, the presidential campaign season is too long.
Sarah Palin said her arrival in New Hampshire on the same day Gov. Romney announced his candidacy was coincidental. Tomorrow, signs point to The Nincompoop’s coincidental arrival in Ames. Oops – it appears to be the same day Gov. Perry upstages all of them.
Is Jon Huntsman getting the cold shoulder because he refuses to play crazy?
News came out this week that President Obama’s re-election campaign plans to paint Gov. Romney as weird. Wow – I would have though his Massachusetts health care model, his worker-layoff record, and his waffling and flip-flopping would have been a better suggestion. Now that’s weird.
Not to my surprise, I’m unhappy with the Super Committee selections. Besides, Sen. Jon Kyl’s (R-AZ) selection goes against my pledge of no jackwagons.
Regarding the Super Committee, would it have been more interesting if the party leaders selected members from the other party? By the way, sequester them for a long weekend away from the press and any communication with the outside world.
Meanwhile, on the House side of Capitol Hill, I remind Speaker Boehner that it is Week 31 of the Boehner-led House without a jobs bill. To quote Speaker Boehner, “Where are the jobs?”
- David Ignatius on free markets, debt, and economics
- A Mayor and Governor on infrastructure
- Charles Krauthammer on a potential grand bargain
- USA Today on changing demographics
Interesting Headlines I Saw this Week on The Onion
- Obama Turns 50 Despite Republican Opposition
- Dept of Labor Reports it could be nothing, but They may have Spotted a Job in an Iowa Strip Mall
- New GOP Strategy Involves Re-electing Obama. Making his Life More Miserable
- Silicon Valley Town Pinning Tourism Hopes on World’s Largest Website
- Scientists Trace Heat Wave to Massive Star at Center of Solar System
What has Oklahoma done to be the top-ranked college football team this season?
My shoulder passed the first golf test of hitting about 30-40 wedges at a driving range.
This week was the anniversary of President Nixon’s resignation, which came 6 years to the day of his 1968 nomination.
This weekend we our hosting our dinner group with a theme based around Food Network’s Chopped. Each couple received a basket of key ingredients to use for their course, and with the aid of their pantry, they will feed the rest of us. Here are the baskets. Should a future post report the results?
- Appetizer: Shrimp, pretzels, dried cranberries, and kiwi
- Soup/Salad: Dairy case crescent rolls, green grapes, tomatillos, and pork rinds
- Entrée: Orange juice concentrate, beer, red wine, and ham hocks
- Dessert: Egg whites, walnuts, hominy, and frozen waffles
In the words of Garrison Keillor, Be well, do good works, and stay in touch.