“Otters” … heh.

March 7, 2009

Ace’s words come back to him?

Peter Robinson on a point so moronically obvious even I made it:

The elite journalists, I repeat, got Obama wrong. The troglodytes got him right. As our national drama continues to unfold, bear that in mind.

What i still don’t understand is, what did they think they were voting for?   Why, in a year-and-a-half long campaign did NOT ONE OF THEM ask, “Change what?”


Cause, Yaknow …

March 7, 2009




… squrrels eat acorns.

This Only Helps the Democrats

March 4, 2009

I like Rush Limbaugh.  I like Michael Steele.

i Don’t Believe it is a Right to Bear Arms…

March 1, 2009

i believe it is an obligation.

Of course others disagree, but i’ve always said that concealed carry should be required of all  men over twenty-seven and women over twelve.  Make that twelve and over…


(via Instapundit)

Factually Accurate…

March 1, 2009

And yet, wrong.


(Via HotAir.)

Buyers Remorse?

February 28, 2009


OBAMA SUPPORTERS ON WALL STREET EXPERIENCING BUYER’S REMORSE: “Noteworthy up here on Wall Street, a great many Obama supporters — especially hedge-fund types who voted for ‘change’ — are becoming disillusioned with the performances of Obama and Treasury man Geithner. There is a growing sense of buyer’s remorse.”

Problem is, they only thought they were buyers. Actually, they were renters, and the lease is up.

Personally, I don’t understand the mentality of anybody on Wall Street(*) that, living in the freest and most economically successful country in history, voted for “change”.

Update: *or anybody else, for that matter…

John Allison @ Ayn Rand Center for Individual Rights

February 28, 2009

Found this linked at Instapundit.com. It’s an interesting – if long – discussion that explains what went wrong with the economy from a perspective within the financial community. Worth the time for anyone who wants to understand what happened, what needs to happen to fix it, and what will go wrong if it isn’t fixed.

Personally, I would have liked it if he had dwelled a little more on Government Debt being the underlying cause.