Wasn’t it dem’s that kept trying to draw correlations between Vietnam and the Afghanistan and Iraq Ops?
Anyone remember how it was we became embroiled in the most embarrasing war the US was ever involved with and how it ended?
It seems emulating Carter’s Failures wasn’t enough for the Bungler in Chief… .:rolleyes:
The internet has caught fire! In case you missed it, today’s basic gripe goes a little something like this. Us hacks at Motor Trend did a six-way SUV comparison test and put the brand spankin’ new Ford Explorer dead last. And – are you sitting down – we (gasp!) tested a… I can hardly type, […]
I guess it is not enough to insinuate that anyone receiving state aid is some kind of druggie that should be tested. Rick Scott now wants all state workers to submit to at least 4 drug tests each year. I guess it doesn’t matter that blanket drug testing by employers unless there is some sort of safety issue involved with the job has already been shown to be unconstitutional. We can add this to the list of unconstitutional provisions being promoted by the Republican class of 2010.
So now the state, which is supposedly in a fiscal crisis that demands huge budget cuts, can somehow afford arbitrary testing of nearly 100,000 Floridians every 3 months at a cost of tens of millions each year.
Whatever happened to the whole "We are for small, limited government" thing?
PS.. Scott’s wife also owns significant shares in the company that would likely be involved in performing these tests. Conflict of interest much?
Just when I think it can’t possibly get any funnier ,another priceless momentAttachment 200441
Bill Kristol declares Obama ‘a born-again neo-con’ days after consulting with him on Libya policy
It’s not an endorsement Barack Obama probably expected — or wanted — but Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol gave the president high marks for his recent foreign policy gestures.
In his “You’ve come a long way, baby” post Monday night, Kristol praised Obama for his address to the American people about the action he took against Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. On Wednesday’s “Red Eye” on the Fox News Channel, Kristol took things a step further and declared Obama “a born-again neo-con.”
Host Greg Gutfeld asked Kristol how he felt about Obama coming to him for help (reportedly the president had met with him and others prior to his Monday night address).
“He didn’t come to me for help, of course,” Kristol said. “I’m not going to acknowledge that. He came to me to make sure I was supporting his sound policies. Of course, since his sound policies are more like the policies people like me have been advocating for quite a while, I’m happy to support them. He’s a born-again neo-con.” Attachment 200441
WASHINGTON (AP) — Medicare officials said Wednesday that the program will pay the $93,000 cost of prostate cancer drug Provenge, an innovative therapy that typically gives men suffering from an incurable stage of the disease an extra four months to live.
How much is too much? There is another drug that will cost tax payers $120,000 for each user.
I guess the liberals think that everybody is entitled to everything.
It looks like congressman Issa got almost a million dollars in earmarks to improve a road that a building he owns is on. he actually requested more than 2m but it wasnt all approved
This from someone who once said an earmark is tantamount to a bribe
What could armed rebels do supporting a no fly zone?