I think we have (approximately) one more day of our "You can't say you weren't warned" theme here at Pun Salad.
There will be big tax cuts for the middle class under President
Obama! Well, unless you buy food. Or electricity.
A belated entry into our "how are libertarians voting" category:
at Volokh, Randy Barnett provides data points
from Reason founder Manny Klausner and Mike Rappaport.
The Sowellian "disaster vs. catastrophe" dilemma appears, and it's
well worth reading in its entirety for the liberty-minded.
The same goes for Shawn
Macomber, who points out
Peter Suderman's case for not voting at all.
Obligatory quote from
Major Danby replied indulgently with a superior smile, "But, Yossarian, suppose everyone felt that way."
"Then I'd certainly be a damned fool to feel any other way, wouldn't I?"
I also am reminded of a back-when-he-was-funny quote from Woody
More than any other time in history, mankind faces a crossroads. One path leads to despair and utter hopelessness. The other, to total extinction. Let us pray we have the wisdom to choose correctly.
I think I'll be looking up a couple of Mencken's quotes on democracy in the next few days.
You'll want to check "The 6 Most Insane People to Ever Run for
President" by Adam Brown at Cracked. One may be on the ballot
in your state.
(I can hear you saying: "Only one?" Wiseass.)
Lileks. Screedblog. 'Nuff said.
And I should just point out that my employer, the University of New
Hampshire, has had a
whore-free faculty for many, many months now.