Except, as I said, let us drill for oil. Which is the only thing that will work.
Bad Example gives us the lowdown on what Obama actually means.
Michelle Malkin discusses the administration's spin machine on high gas prices.
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Completely missing the point, and probably on purpose.
Okay: fertilized egg <> unfertilized egg. Unfertilized egg=sperm.
Fertilized egg > unfertilized egg.
Fertilized egg > sperm.
Democrat < Republican.
(But only barely, these days. Stupid GOP.)
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George Will on Obama ignoring laws he finds inconvenient.
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Liberals always hate it when you remind people of things they got wrong. "Our intentions were good! We didn't understand the scope of the problem and needed to spend more money! Our intentions were good!" That's the rallying cry of liberalism: Give us more money and another chance to spend it and we'll really get it right this time, promise! And it's always wrong.
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Colorado wants to track your prescription drug use. Well, as ObamaCare shoves its tentacles deeper into our rectums, this kind of thing is going to become more and more common.
But it's still racist to expect voters to show a photo ID.
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Romney admires the way the Chinese can get things done. Yeah, it's the wet dream of every liberal: Give me the reins of unfettered power for just a little while and I'll fix all the problems!
...give those reins of power over to anyone and you'll never get them back. I'm just saying.
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Another homosexual says, "I insist that you change your religion to suit me!
The left really hates the Catholic church.
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Vox Day says Greece has, technically, already defaulted.
Even a regular observer might have lost track of how many Greek rescue agreements were announced over the last two years. A default was impossible. It had been prevented, we were repeatedly assured. And yet, despite all of these many success stories, the Greek government nevertheless announced that it would not be repaying 100 billion of the 206 billion euros it owed to its creditors, while simultaneously signing up for 130 billion euros in new debt. Needless to say, there is almost no chance that any of that new debt will be repaid; this is nothing more than another flimsy support in the giant, extend-and-pretend structure with which the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund are attempting to shore up the global economy.Emphasis added.
In other words, robbing Peter to pay Paul, while simultaneously telling Matthew he's only getting 46.5% of what he's owed.
The truly interesting news, however, is coming out of Germany. More and more whispers are being heard concerning Germany’s plans to leave the euro, which would immediately shatter the European Union and bring the vast bureaucratic edifice of Brussels crumbling to the ground."May you live in interesting times." Yeah, we're screwed. The only real question is, "How long will it take?"
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Remember Arlen Specter? Former GOP senator, he jumped ship, became a Democrat, and helped pass ObamaCare.
Now he's upset that the Democrats didn't hold up their end of the deal.
The poor traitor was betrayed by his new friends.
When a gal dumps her boyfriend to spread for the entire football team, she should expect the quarterback to make her his steady gal. After all…he promised. And didn’t her betrayal of her lifelong boyfriend prove how loyal she is?Yeah, there are very few people who feel sorry for a turncoat.
Keep up the pathetic whining, beyotch. Maybe your abject worthlessness and waste of protoplasm will teach one single wannabe whore the cost of trusting Democrats.
And that would be the greatest achievement of your life, Arlen Specter.
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The Anchoress has more on the Obama administration's (and the Democrats') attempts to convince the American public that the GOP wants to ban contraception.
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As for me, a largely sleepless Sunday led to a largely unconscious Monday. *sigh* Right now I'm thinking about what dinner will be, and am thinking I'll settle for something simple made in one pan on the stove out of stuff from a box, because I'm still too damn tired to do anything like cook.
Got a call from my doc today; my blood tests came back all normal except for "slightly" low thyroid hormone. I need to get it checked again in three months.
Low thyroid would explain my near-total lack of energy, though, and rather nicely.
I'm hoping I'll be able to do something mechanical outside tomorrow. It's supposed to be 68-ish and pleasant. Wouldn't it be nice if I could, y'know, actually get my Fiero drivable?