Vote For The Worst: Bungles of the W. era

The fine folks over the Center for Public Integrity have put together a fun little way to revisit the disaster that has been the US executive branch¬†for the past 8 years: you can rank W. and gang's biggest mistakes from a list of more than 100! I admire the work it must have taken to … Continue reading Vote For The Worst: Bungles of the W. era

Bush Inc. rolls on!

Kuwaiti Company Makes Huge Gas Find in Texas So let me get this straight; letting China (CNOOC) buy Unocal was somehow an afront to both our security and our sensibilities as Americans, but it's OK to lease onshore drilling rights in the US to companies from Kuwait?? How does that benefit us in this time … Continue reading Bush Inc. rolls on!

Obama v. McCain: The Truth is Out There

"We are in the bottom of the ninth. "Much like the 1969 'Miracle Mets,' Barack Obama stands on the precipice of history. Barring an error of Bill Buckneresque proportions, Senator Obama will very likely be the winner of the seemingly perpetual 2008 presidential election. The Senator from Illinois- home of the Cubs, the White Sox … Continue reading Obama v. McCain: The Truth is Out There

Strategery

Saw this in the lobby last weekend when we went to see "Burn After Reading." Got to see the trailer too. Still not sure what I think about them releasing the movie while the man is still in office. It seems somehow disrespectful to the office. Then again, the office has been disrespected pretty consistently … Continue reading Strategery

VP Debate: Not a landslide

¬†"Can I call you Joe?" "Yes." But then she didn't. Obviously a stage prop. Especially since Joe repeatedly called McCain, 'John.' Nice strategy. Since Joe's not running for Prez and John is, Joe doesn't have nearly as much to lose by attaching them both to the Beltway. All in all, I thought Palin might've pulled … Continue reading VP Debate: Not a landslide