STTPinOhio commented on the blog post So Long, Farewell: Today We Close Pam’s House Blend – A Look Back. It’s been real.
Although I wasn’t a regular reader of your blog, I have nothing but admiration for you.
Thanks, and here’s to your good health.
My sentiments as well. Your efforts were appreciated. Take good care.
STTPinOhio commented on the blog post Summer Camp Trust Fall Exercises Won’t Fix Washington
…because it encapsulates this idiotic strand of thinking which is currently very popular among many pundits.
From Ms. Yellin’s Wiki page…”She graduated from Harvard College magna cum laude, where she was elected a member of Phi Beta Kappa.”
How can someone with that background ask that question?
STTPinOhio commented on the blog post Lindsey Graham Planning To Place Hold On Hagel And Brennan Over Benghazi
Anything to stay in front of the cameras. Moving the country forward is hard work, preening on TV isn’t. Just ask his buddy Johnny McBitterman.
Was this their first successful launch without a donkey involved?
I certainly enjoyed your dad’s contributions. Thanks for sharing this during what has to be a very tough time.
Really enjoyed your writing, all the best to you in your future endeavors.
STTPinOhio commented on the blog post Report: Warren to Get Spot on Senate Banking Committee
I read this earlier today and got real excited. Then, to calm myself down, I figured I’d come over here to get my enthusiasm tamped down.
Glad I wasn’t disappointed.
STTPinOhio commented on the blog post Ann Romney Is Just Sitting Around, Listening To Adele And Crying All The Time Now
Okay just an idea.
Yeah, but an excellent one!
STTPinOhio commented on the blog post Romney gets hammered by Obama camp and media over misleading auto bailout ad
“But the fact that he would lie to our faces and try to deceive us is just too much.”
Mr. Lortz hasn’t been paying attention; we reached “just too much” with Mittens months ago.
STTPinOhio commented on the blog post High Frequency Trading Can Be Curtailed Simply With a Transaction Tax
The other benefit would be to help restore confidence in the equities markets. Small investors have been putting their money in mattresses (and rightfully so) since 2008.
I think “time” is running for RMoney & DMoney just how the PTB want it to…
Well, there IS that…
Time is Running Out For Romney
Time was never Running “In” For Romney.
Willard figures he’ll win with the Supremes.
He couldn’t win with the Supremes, Temptations and the Four Tops combined!
STTPinOhio commented on the blog post Ruling Class Shows No Effects of Physiological Stress
In other news….the WAPO just came out with a poll showing Obama up 8 points here in Ohio.
I wonder how long it’s gonna take that newly-minted Emmy winner Halperin to convey how that’s actually good news for Mittens?
This is union busting, plain and simple, with a side order of defined benefit pension elimination to boot.
Any arrangement that involves paying somebody a check for their lifetime of work is under attack by the GOP Greedy Bastards.
Never mind THEIR lifelong benefits are tucked safely away (and conveniently indexed for inflation), no YOUR benefits are the ones that are drowning this country in debt and therefore must be eliminated.
STTPinOhio commented on the blog post Obama Re-Endorses Raising Social Security Payroll Tax Cap
Has anyone ever seen Bay & Pat Buchanan in a room at the same time?
Methinks Pat’s got a Mrs. Doubtfire act goin on to double his intake of cash.
…but I really believe that Mittens has been sabotaged by some elements on the right.
I really don’t find any deep thinking is necessary here…they never liked him in the first place, and only remained quiet because he had the nomination. Remember, he’s not one of them (Mormon).
And now that the wheels are CLEARLY off the wagon (a co-chair’s resignation 45 days out is a starter’s pistol if I ever heard one) the race is on to distance their precious “Trickle Down Therory” from the stench of Romney’s upcoming & humiliating defeat.
re: David Brooks quote….I can’t remember the last time I agreed with Mr Brooks. Perhaps I have misjudged him.
Uhhh..no. I trust you’ve heard of even the blind squirrel’s ability to occasionally find a nut? Same thing here.
The collapse is so bad because the amoral, rotted stench that is the heart of the GOP can’t help but eventually shine through, since it has no basis in reality.
Has ANY co-chair of a presidential campaign resigned this close to an election before? Ever?
The death spiral has started, and I’m loving EVERY minute of it. Now, if Joe Scarborough’s head would explode on national TV, (preferably after mentioning Reagan or Thatcher for the umpteenth time) my life would be complete.
STTPinOhio commented on the blog post Pawlenty Takes Top Lobby Job at Financial Services Roundtable
Pawlenty, by the way, quit the Romney campaign to take the Financial Services Roundtable job. Talk about rats jumping off the sinking ship.
The whole story in a nutshell. When your campaign co-chair quits 50 days out, it tells you all you need to know about his expectations of the outcome of the upcoming election.
I doubt very seriously this ‘opportunity’ just became available; it has probably been in his hip pocket for awhile. But when the “In case of emergency, break glass” lights came on, he ran for it before they changed their minds and offered it to some other deserter of the SS RMoney.
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