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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Give me your tears gypsy!

That’s the famous quote from Borat in Cohen’s movie of the same name, when he wanted gypsy tears to protect himself from AIDS or some such nonsense. These tears however, smack of justice in the universe.

Dejected Democrats wiped away tears on the House floor Monday night while Republicans congratulated themselves on winning back control of the lower chamber.

If they were smart they would figure out that the reason they are now crying was that they ignored the will of the people, squandered the good will they obtained by 8 years of negative campaigning against Bush, and in general have opened the eyes of enough Americans to the fact that what they believe in is a sure fire way to make America a third world banana republic. Feels good to watch the consequences of their disdain for us manifested in such a way. It’s awesome to say “I told you so” and point out that we knew these idiots would not disappoint us and destroy the goodwill in such a short time.

I doubt they will realize the problem wasn’t that the American people didn’t hear their message or that they failed to articulate their plans properly, because the reason they got shellacked was precisely that the American people figured out what they really were about, and it turned them off. I expect them to ramp up the stupid. Fight tooth & nail to prevent a roll back of the destructive & ungodly expensive policies they enacted, and try to gin up some meaningless junk – class warfare and accusations of racism, sexism, misogynism, or any such other such nonsense are the only tools in their arsenal, and they always fall back on that - to distract the people from the fact they are inept, crooks, or both. Why not? It worked before. After stealing the tax payer blind to “spread the wealth” and buy votes, the best thing they do is campaign, after all.

Now the republicans better be on notice that they have only won right now because the people want action and a rollback of the disastrous policies of the last 2 years, or they will be crying in 2 years too.

Posted by AlexinCT on 11/16/10 at 09:26 AM in Elections   Election 2010   Left Wing Idiocy   Politics   Law, & Economics  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Monday, November 15, 2010

How not to admit your guy sucks 101..

Claim the job of the President of the United States of America is too big for just one man to do! Because admitting you helped elect a novice, without any real world experience and a head full of stupid collectivist bullshit – which always will fail as soon as people that push this dumb ideology run out of other people’s money to steal – that also surrounded himself with like minded nincompoops, isn’t really the reason that he sucks at the job. Even the idiot whose intelligence they made fun of for 8 years straight, and then blamed for everything they could find or make wrong anywhere, to help this new genius community organizer be elected, didn’t have that problem. Go figure. Talk about dumbing down taken to a new level. I bet so many in the media are now having regrets, because they pushed this guy that then did what they wanted and promptly made them and everything they believe in look bad by showing it doesn’t work. So now, we basically have to say America is ungovernable, and the presidency is just to big a job for one man. What a joke. This would be funny if it wasn’t so sad.

Posted by AlexinCT on 11/15/10 at 02:13 PM in Deep Thoughts   Elections   Election 2008   Election 2010   Fun and Humor   Left Wing Idiocy   The Press Machine  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

With friends like these….

I laughed my ass off reading this:

One and done: To be a great president, Obama should not seek reelection in 2012

President Obama must decide now how he wants to govern in the two years leading up to the 2012 presidential election. In recent days, he has offered differing visions of how he might approach the country’s problems. At one point, he spoke of the need for “mid-course corrections.” At another, he expressed a desire to take ideas from both sides of the aisle. And before this month’s midterm elections, he said he believed that the next two years would involve “hand-to-hand combat” with Republicans, whom he also referred to as “enemies.” It is clear that the president is still trying to reach a resolution in his own mind as to what he should do and how he should do it.

This is a critical moment for the country. From the faltering economy to the burdensome deficit to our foreign policy struggles, America is suffering a widespread sense of crisis and anxiety about the future. Under these circumstances, Obama has the opportunity to seize the high ground and the imagination of the nation once again, and to galvanize the public for the hard decisions that must be made. The only way he can do so, though, is by putting national interests ahead of personal or political ones. To that end, we believe Obama should announce immediately that he will not be a candidate for reelection in 2012.

WTF? To be a great president? This guy is going to go down as being worse than Carter. Is this the left again clinging to their usual bull that the bigger the loser, the more they admire and love em? Because I certainly get why you would want Obama gone in 2012. I might even nod my head in agreement if these bozos actually were just using flattery and outright lies to convince the guy to go out on a high note – when he really has dragged the party to new lows – in order to use his self esteem to get him out of the way. 

Posted by AlexinCT on 11/15/10 at 10:26 AM in Elections   Election 2010   Fun and Humor   Left Wing Idiocy   The Press Machine  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Journey To Nowhere

Ouch:

Has there ever been a major economic summit where a U.S. President and his Treasury Secretary were as thoroughly rebuffed as they were at this week’s G-20 meeting in Seoul? We can’t think of one. President Obama failed to achieve any of his main goals while getting pounded by other world leaders for failing U.S. policies and lagging growth.

The root of this embarrassment is political and intellectual: Rather than leading the world from a position of strength, Mr. Obama and Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner came to Seoul blaming the rest of the world for U.S. economic weakness. America’s problem, in their view, is the export and exchange rate policies of the Germans, Chinese or Brazilians. And the U.S. solution is to have the Fed print enough money to devalue the dollar so America can grow by stealing demand from the rest of the world.

But why should anyone heed this U.S. refrain? The Germans are growing rapidly after having rejected Mr. Geithner’s advice in 2009 to join the U.S. stimulus spending blowout. China is also growing smartly having rejected counsel from three U.S. Administrations to abandon its currency discipline. The U.K. and even France are pursuing more fiscal restraint. Only the Obama Administration is determined to keep both the fiscal and monetary spigots wide open, while blaming everyone else for the poor domestic results.

One of the key issues was the free trade agreement we signed with South Korea ... three years ago.  Obama has let it languish, as he has the Columbia FTA.  He wanted the Koreans to re-open it, yet again showing that he sees himself as the President of UAW rather than USA:

The Koreans rightly refused to substantially alter the sections of the agreement relating to automobiles. The agreement would eliminate tariffs on all automobile trade between the two countries. Ford, Chrysler, and the United Auto Workers union oppose the deal, claiming that it does not address non-tariff barriers that allegedly hinder U.S. exports to the Korean market.

As I posted in this space a few days ago, there are perfectly normal market reasons why Americans buy a lot more Korean cars than vice versa. The real agenda of Ford, Chrysler, and the UAW is not to gain greater access to the Korean market, but to prevent any greater access of their Korean competitors to the U.S. market.

The talks in Seoul this week reportedly foundered on the specific U.S. demand that Korea relax its emission and mileage standards so that U.S. automakers can more easily modify their cars for the Korean market. How ironic. It has become part of the Democratic mantra on trade that agreements must strengthen the environmental and labor standards of our trading partners. Yet here U.S. negotiators were strong-arming the Korean government to weaken its own standards while the Obama administration seeks to impose higher mileage and emission standards on cars sold in the United States.

The Obama people also suggested a ridiculous 4% limit on trade surpluses or deficits.  I see no way this could be achieved without eviscerating free trade agreements and imposing massive intrusion into the private sector.  How do you force people not to buy imported products?  And how does any rational person propose what would be, in effect, Smoot-Hawley II?  We need more trade right now, not less.

Even the Left is having trouble defending this stupidity, claiming that Obama just couldn’t seem to get the deal done.  I guess you could defend his actions if you’ve drunk enough Obama Koolaid—he’s proposing dumb policy to placate the Left but deliberately flubbing it to placate reality.  But that’s an awfully stupid game to play especially when he had the opportunity to break open some markets and stimulate the flow of trade.

I have yet to see any evidence that this President has even a basic understanding of economics.  Oh, he understands Keynsianism well enough when it supports spending lots of money.  But free trade?  Incentives?  The Laffer Curve?  Don’t make me laugh.

Posted by Hal_10000 on 11/14/10 at 06:14 PM in Politics   Law, & Economics  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Groping Kids

In a continuing theme from my last posts, the latest “we treat everyone like terrorists” bullshit from the TSA:

The reporter is being a lot more reasonable than I would be.  And this is just one of a myriad of incidents involving abusive and invasive TSA screening (screening which our illustrious Head of Homeland Security refused to subject herself to).  Our security theater is passing the point of being a bad joke and becoming offensive.  We are free law-abiding citizens of a Constitutional Republic.  Why are we putting up with this?

Posted by Hal_10000 on 11/14/10 at 12:43 AM in War on Terror/Axis of Evil  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Saturday, November 13, 2010

300 nanograms per mL

I’ve been sitting on this story for a few days but there’s no profound insight to be found.  It’s just mind-bogglingly stupid:

The birth of a couple’s first child is supposed to be a joyous occasion—and for the first three days, it was for Elizabeth Mort and her partner Alex Rodriguez. But then the commonwealth of Pennsylvania took their young daughter away after the hospital where she was born reported the mother for testing positive on a drug test. Her drug of choice? An “everything” bagel from Dunkin’ Donuts.

“The best thing in my life had been taken from me and there was nothing I could do to get her back,” Mort says. For five excruciating days, officials with Lawrence County Children and Youth Services (LCCYS) kept mother away from child, all based on a positive drug test they didn’t even bother to investigate—and which the hospital never even informed the mother about. Now, aided by the ACLU of Pennsylvania, the parents are fighting back with a lawsuit against both LCCYS and Jameson Hospital.

What happened was this: the hospital routinely tests mothers for drugs.  However, the standards they use—the title’s 300 nanograms per mil—is so absurdly low (a fraction of that used by the feds) that it’s very easy to test positive.  So they informed the cops who, without any further investigation, took the kid away for five days.

You know, now that I’m typing this out, I do find some profound insights from this.  This case is yet another example of how our government, our schools and our healthcare system are treating us all like potential criminals.  In fact, at a time when crime rates are down to levels not seen in 40 years, our entire society is treating everyone like a potential criminal.  I’m a big fan of Lenore Skenazy’s blog and she relentlessly documents incident after incident in which people assume that anyone who so much talks to a child is a pedophile.  Airplane travel now involving zapping people with ionizing radiation or openly groping them.  Our cities are increasingly slathered in closed-circuit cameras. And, from what I can tell, the primary effect is to create ridiculous miscarriages of justice like this, to further erode our privacy and dignity and to further empower bone-headed enforcers.

This is yet another piece of bullshit that our society no longer needs.  The UK is finally beginning to roll their police state at the insistence of the Liberal Democrat wing of the coalition.  Neither party in this country is terribly concerned with civil liberties.  So who is there to push back against this crap?

Posted by Hal_10000 on 11/13/10 at 08:45 PM in Politics   Law, & Economics  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Friday, November 12, 2010

Alaskan Follies

Maybe it’s just me, but Joe Miller is looking increasingly like a sore loser.  I have little use for Lisa Murkowski, but MIller’s team is sounding increasingly like Algore’s back in 2000:

Joe Miller campaign advisor Floyd Brown just came out and suggested the election was tainted by voter fraud and intimidation, but wouldn’t any provide examples of where that happened.

“The stories of manipulation are just almost mind boggling,” Brown said at a press conference called this afternoon by the Miller campaign.

The only evidence that the Miller campaign would provide was an affidavit from a poll watcher in Fairbanks, Rocky MacDonald, who complained that the ballot box at the Tanana Valley Fairgrounds “was unsecured in that the electoral judges had access to the inside of the ballot box with a key.”

The link has pictures of several ballots Miller is challenging.  The ones they post are fairly obvious votes for Murkowski.  But Team Miller Lite is challenging them saying if there’s so much as one letter wrong (or might be wrong; the think an “r” is a v") that the vote is invalid.

Often the challenged ballots (the ones pictured above are examples) appear to be filled out correctly, including the spelling of Lisa Murkowski’s name.

“All we’re doing right now is identifying any ballots that are questionable, have any deviation from the standard,” said Miller campaign spokesman Randy DeSoto.

This is increasingly academic.  Nate Silver calculates that 12% of the votes would have to be bad for Miller to win.  He’s challenging about 10% and only 1.5% have been successfully challenged.  If the vote were close, maybe I could see doing this.  But this is looking more and more like someone who simply can’t accept the sad reality that he lost to a write-in candidate.

Come on, Joe.  Just concede.  Spare us the historical re-enactment.

Posted by Hal_10000 on 11/12/10 at 06:13 PM in Elections   Election 2010  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Want to see stupid?

As an engineer, I had me one heck of a laugh at this article about the operational costs of the Chevy Volt. Here’s the nifty thing:

During its time with us, our 2011 Chevy Volt tester consumed energy at the rate of 39.0 kilowatt-hours per 100 miles when in electric-only mode and averaged 31.1 mpg in gas engine assistance mode. We paid an average of $0.31 per kilowatt-hour of electricity and $3.31 per gallon of 91 octane swill, so the magic of arithmetic tells us that each one of the Volt’s miles driven on electricity cost us more money than if it’d simply consumed gasoline instead. That’s due in part to our high electricity rate - had our rate dropped to $0.24 per kilowatt-hour, we’d have reached parity on a cost-per-mile basis between electrons and dinosaurs.

This test was done in California, one of the states pushing these stupid green technologies, no matter the cost or consequences, where both the cost of gas and electricity are sky high. Notice how that 91 octane stuff – gas - is swill, despite the fact that such a huge percentage of that electricity they would like so much to replace it with, especially in California were the stuff way too often comes from some other state anyway, is generated by burning more or less that swill they so hate. Delusional people apparently don’t have much problem pretending that electricity is magically created.

So then what’s the conclusion that electric vehicles are not going to save you any money really compared to gas powered ones? Especially when you ignore all the other costs an electric vehicle has compared to a combustion engine one, and focus on only the things that allow you to claim victory…

It should be mentioned that the base rate for electricity in the Volt’s early roll-out states is $0.16 per kilowatt-hour and many areas of the nation charge significantly less than that. So, we’re still going to assume e-miles are cheaper than gas ones, but we do know this is not always the case.

Some states still have cheap electric rates, so we will ignore the facts, and continue to push the meme that electricity is cheaper! And that will stay so even when these very same people pushing this green technology crap to save Gaia manage to ban electricity generation by burning evil oil or more evil coal, and the price per kilowatt is jacked up everywhere else too, I am sure.

I can’t help but make fun of these people when you hear that despite big government dollars demand for wind energy compared to capacity is down, and the same is happening for solar. Can you imagine without? If we want reliable energy we are going to have to keep doing what we do or get more nukes. The rest is just fluff. Doubly so when corporate America does stuff like this because it gets breaks subsidized by tax payer money from government. At least it’s not some foreign government begging for cash, though.

Posted by AlexinCT on 11/12/10 at 12:07 PM in Deep Thoughts   Left Wing Idiocy   Politics   Law, & Economics   Science and Technology  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

This is what’s destroying our future..

This news, that government is bleeding us dry, growing out of control, and now the best place to work for the most freebees, comes as no surprise to those of us that have been paying attention to what’s happening. If you want to know which jobs the collectivists are talking about when they say the near $1 trillion dollar stimuluspatronage bill saved, it is these ones.

Here’s where the real pay dirt is. In the last five years, the number of federal employees making $150,000 or more per year increased tenfold, according to an investigation by USA Today. Those high wages increased by twofold under the Obama administration. “The biggest pay hikes have gone to employees who have been with the government for 15 to 24 years,” the paper reports. “Since 2005, average salaries for this group climbed 25% compared with a 9% inflation rate.”

Yes, the middle class is being destroyed by the rich elites, but the rich elites destroying this country are not the people the left conveniently blames, but them and their masters. I have yet to find anyone in government I don’t think is drastically overpaid, horribly underworked, full of their own self importance and yet more often than not easily done without, and hard at work fleecing the hard working citizen that isn’t part of that inner circle, with the exception of the military. Spending cuts NOW!

Posted by AlexinCT on 11/12/10 at 11:58 AM in Deep Thoughts   Left Wing Idiocy   Life & Culture   Politics   Law, & Economics  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Thursday, November 11, 2010

This was not me!

I don’t need my dad to drive me around, I don’t live in New Haven, and while I love me a great sammich, know how bad the emergency services at our hospitals are, and believe in being prepared, this was just a bit too much.

Posted by AlexinCT on 11/11/10 at 12:05 PM in Deep Thoughts   Life & Culture  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Simpson-Bowles

It’s out:

A presidential commission’s leaders proposed a $3.8 trillion deficit-cutting plan that would trim Social Security and Medicare, reduce income-tax rates and eliminate tax breaks including the mortgage-interest deduction.

The plan would throw out hundreds of tax breaks for items such as capital gains and child care. It would raise the gas tax, slash defense spending and bring down health-care costs by clamping down on medical malpractice suits. The Social Security retirement age would rise to 68 in about 2050 and 69 in about 2075.

Now we’re going to see who is full of shit and who meant what they said about the deficit.  This is about what I expected to come out of the deficit commission.  Is the Tea Party serious about debt?  Or are they going to cave in the seniors?  Are the Republicans serious?  Or will they balk at the tax increases?  The Democrats we know our full of shit.  AARP and the AFL-CIO have already denounced the plan, so you know the Democrats will be all wobbly.

Come on, guys.  Show what your made of.  If you don’t like this, propose an alternative that balances the budget.  Because the alternative is catastrophe.

Update: We’re seeing two kinds of reactions.  The Left is apoplectic, even thought they’ve clearly not read it carefully.  Krugman calls it unserious because it caps revenues at 21% of GDP, which is higher than in recent years.  Firedoglake goes nuts about the Social Security cuts, even though its mostly cutting them for affluent seniors.  Pelosi has declared it DOA having apparently gotten her marching orders from special interests.  Only Ezra Klein is somewhat receptive, which is not surprising as he’s usually intellectually honest about these things.

What’s encouraging, however, is the positive response I’m hearing from much of the Right and center.  Boortz thinks its a good starting point.  Ponnuru is optimistic, as are several NRO columnists.. Sullivan is almost giddy.  And in recent days, a large slate of Republicans have expressed an openness to cuts in defense spending. (Grover Norquist is, unfortunately, still being idiotic).

Sullivan is saying that this is “Obama’s moment”, his chance to pivot politically and potentially address one of the most important issues of our time.  It’s also the GOP’s moment—to show that they finally “get it”, that they are serious about getting the deficit under control.  Even it means passing something unpopular that will get them unelected in two years.  Right now, for the next few minutes at least, I have a tiny spark of optimism.

Update: Much more from McAardle:  Money quote:

Progressives are going to have to accept that this isn’t going to be all, or even mostly, done with tax increases.  The comparisons to European nations being bandied about are silly.  For starters, unlike, say, Sweden, America has really substantial state and local spending, which limits how much the federal government can tax and spend.  According to the Census, in 2008 state and local governments spent $2.8 trillion, of which about $2 trillion were operating expenditures.  That same year, the US government spent about $3 trillion.  US government spending at all levels is now over 40% of GDP. 

In America, I don’t see how this number is going to go to 50% without some sort of fiscal cataclysm, and no, I don’t care how awesome Sweden is.  Twenty-one percent of GDP is well above the historical average of the last 50 years, indeed, it’s well over what we’re taking in now, or will take in when the Bush tax cuts expire.  Meanwhile, state and local taxes are going to have to go up, because of pensions and other mandatory spending.

Posted by Hal_10000 on 11/10/10 at 10:34 PM in Politics   Law, & Economics  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

The Latest from PJ

P.J. O’Rourke, the patron saint of this blog, has a great interview to go with his new book (which I’m waiting for the mailman to deliver).  There’s some great stuff in there about the kind of people who go into politics and the ambiguities of Afghanistan.  He also has some pointed remarks about the McChrystal interview that got him fired.

But here’s two of my favorite notes.  First, on whether we can really roll back our outsized federal government:

I think it’s very, very difficult to roll this back. The only thing that will cause us to roll back the continued intrusion of the political system into our personal lives seems to occur during a financial crisis. Basically, that’s the lesson of Margaret Thatcher, it’s probably the lesson of Reagan; it’s definitely the lesson of France and Spain right now.

What happens is that as political systems expand infinitely, they run up against the laws of math. They can’t get enough money to fund all this crap. And in the process of attempting to get enough money to fund all this crap they put the brakes on society, they put the brakes on economic expansion, they put the brakes on prosperity, so you wind up with a situation like Europe, where you’ve got high nominal unemployment, but huge structural unemployment. People aren’t even looking for jobs, or they’re doing bogus job-like things. You get slow growth and bad opportunities for small businesses.

I think we’ve already hit this wall.  This is what has given birth to the Tea Parties.  However, as I’ve said, what really needs to happen is for the Left to realize that we’ve gone too far and need to start prioritizing.  Even France is prioritizing their welfare state now that they’re out of money, too.

TheDC: When do you think we reached a point where it became taboo to discuss individual responsibility? Because we seem to have skipped that argument with homeowners, too. We’ve said that it’s not fair that peoples’ homes are worth less than they owe, so maybe they shouldn’t have to pay all that back.

P.J.: This is the explosion of positive rights, as opposed to negative rights; “gimme” rights versus “get outta here” rights. The Bill of Rights are all “get outta here rights.”

TheDC: Stay out of my gun cabinet, out of my bedroom.

P.J. Get off my lawn.

I’ve rarely seen my view on rights so precisely distilled.  When I think of human right or civil liberties, I think of them as something intrinsic to us or something given to us by God.  The government does not “give us” the right to free speech.  We have it.  It comes with being human.  What the Bill of Right does is demand that our government respect that intrinsic right.  As Reagan once said, our Constitution is based on the idea that we the people will allow the government to do the following things as long as it respects the appended fundamental liberties.

The growth of positive rights—of things that people are entitled to (usually at someone else’s expense)—is antithetical to this.  It’s no longer “get off my lawn”; it’s “make my neighbor sell me his lawn ... at a discount.”

Posted by Hal_10000 on 11/10/10 at 05:05 PM in Politics   Law, & Economics  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Are we allowed to point this out now?

Seems like common sense has for some unknown reason trumped PC if one is to go by the recent discoveries pointed out in this NYT article, emphasis mine:

An achievement gap separating black from white students has long been documented — a social divide extremely vexing to policy makers and the target of one blast of school reform after another. But a new report focusing on black males suggests that the picture is even bleaker than generally known. Only 12 percent of black fourth-grade boys are proficient in reading, compared with 38 percent of white boys, and only 12 percent of black eighth-grade boys are proficient in math, compared with 44 percent of white boys. Poverty alone does not seem to explain the differences: poor white boys do just as well as African-American boys who do not live in poverty, measured by whether they qualify for subsidized school lunches.

This revelation is now considered jaw-dropping. Not to me. I have been saying forever that the biggest problem with our education system is the fact that we talk allot about how important an education is, but then do everything to the system that is contrary to supporting that belief, leaving so many kids & parents with the misguided notion that in the big scheme of things education doesn’t matter at all. Rewarding people for self esteem reasons instead of hard work, dumbing down the system constantly to avoid the fact that our public education system has gone out of control, pretending that more money is the answer instead of actually fixing anything, all while actually having so many that feel being dumb & knowing nothing makes them cool, is the problem. And no where is that more apparent than the demographic that this study dealt with.

Until people actually believe that the key to a great future is to get the best possible education, and that despite the fact we are not all going to do the same hard work is the reward in and of itself, and parents hold their kids feet to the fire, no amount of money flushed down the toilet in a meaningless attempt to correct the problems are going to make a difference. Once parents take their kids educations seriously, the teachers unions’ dominance of the education system will evaporate as well. It simply will not be tollerated unless it performs, and we all know the system reards the ones least likely to perform as it exists today.

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Some more news about that organization formerly known as ACORN

ACORN supervisor pleads guilty to 2 misdemeanors to avoid being charged with 13 felonies tied to paying people to register to vote. Guess what party they were being registered for? You get 3 tries and the first two don’t even count! And the punishment?

Chief Deputy Attorney General Conrad Hafen said Busefink will probably have to pay a fine and do 100 hours of community service.

Guess these people are all getting off easy so they can then do it all again under whatever new name that ACORN spin-off has taken these days. Nice!

Posted by AlexinCT on 11/10/10 at 05:36 AM in Elections   Left Wing Idiocy   Politics   Law, & Economics  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink

Tuesday, November 09, 2010

You can’t make this shit up…

Seriously, if someone told you stuff like this, you would suspect it had to be made up, but reality seems to be crazier than fiction these days: The VP meets on government transparency today. But that meeting is closed. Enjoy.

Posted by AlexinCT on 11/09/10 at 08:11 AM in Deep Thoughts   Left Wing Idiocy  • (0) TrackbacksPermalink
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