It's one of those days when I am perturbed by the same things that are perturbing everyone else, and I don't have that much to add.
The Obama campaign is airing a TV ad that misrepresents
the views of the Heritage Foundation.
Multiple Ohio officials accessed government data,
looking for dirt Joe "the Plumber"
Wurzelbacher after he became a major sensation for daring
to get Obama to utter his "spread the wealth" comment.
This should be a dismissible, perhaps prosecutable,
offense; but the Democrats
in charge are saying: ho hum.
The Obama campaign is deliberately accepting untraceable
Oh, and that tax cut you were expecting from an Obama administration? Don't
spend that just yet.
Good luck getting electorate attention for any of this because
the MSM is in the tank for Obama.
The Union Leader's Drew Cline does a masterful job
in taking apart a Concord Monitor editorial bemoaning the
falling—yes, falling—prices for oil and gasoline.
Drew opines that the editorial "encapsulates the worldview of the far
But I know what I'll be doing at 8pm EDT tonight: watching Pushing Daisies. Might I recommend it to you? It's charming and offbeat.