Pete Hoekstra, immortalized:
So says Senator Kent Conrad: Conrad, who has been open to reconciliation as long as the fixes are limited, said the order must be reversed. The House must pass the Senate bill first — before either chamber considers the reconciliation package, he said. “I don’t know of any way, I don’t know of any way where you can have a reconciliation bill pass … Read More
For Obama to have fallen from a President whose dominant narrative was that he was a transformational figure to being one who really might be a one-termer, in less than a year, is pretty stunning. via Why the CNN Poll is Stunning – Real Clear Politics – TIME.com.
What a difference a year makes: Let’s state up front that both parties can act stupidly, and both can engage in almost comically self-destructive behavior at times. History is littered with examples. But never in my lifetime have I seen members of a party engage in such willful self-deception as liberal Democrats are doing today. This is both stupid and … Read More
So much awesome in this headline: Unionized Rhode Island Teachers Refuse To Work 25 Minutes More Per Day, So Town Fires All Of Them via Derb at NRO. Shades of PATCO.
Vice President Joe Biden, speaking in Saginaw, Michigan, on February 16, 2010: [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Again: Boy, we sure dodged a bullet when we didn’t make that Palin chick VP, didn’t we? Note that the Associated Press does not mention the error in its report on the event. Update: Far be it from me to forget … Read More