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do you take it with milk or lemon?

I am asking this in a completely non-disparaging way:  What are the teabaggers protesting?

I have been seeing pictures on the news with gatherings of hundreds of people.  Some were calling for revolution while others secession, all carrying signs targeting the President and his administration.  Were they expecting that all of the economic troubles that began years ago to disappear within the first 86 days of the new Presidency?   Or maybe it has something to do with the unregulated bailout money doled out under Bush.

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beyond the rhetoric

justabill.jpgThere has been a lot of blah-bitty-blah from the Clinton machine, her supporters, and even those I love about Barack Obama. They criticize his experience, his rhetoric, and even his pie-eyed supporters. In as much as I would like to point an equally judgmental finger at all of the negative naysayers, I won’t.

At least not for now.

thoughts on a new president part 4 – Stephen Colbert

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Hypothetically speaking, if Stephen Colbert of the Colbert Report was a person rather than persona, I would pass out. I love that brash, smug, alpha male. I heart that balls to the wall, take no prisoners, are you inside my joke, welcome to my universe attitude that makes an uptight, liberal gal like me unclench.

South Carolina will have the best primary ever.

Sigh.

thoughts on a new president part 3 – Rudy Giuliani

rudy.jpg I don’t know what to make of Rudy Giuliani. I am a little astonished that he is considered a front-runner for the Republican nomination for President. No doubt, he was a hero of 9/11. Following the attack, he certainly was a beacon of courage. Unlike other politicos, he didn’t demand leadership. For his efforts during those difficult times, he has my respect.

But for the 9/10 mayor of NYC, my “are you frickin’ kidding me?” reflex kicks into high gear. So here is my stab at the myth of Giuliani. Read the rest of this entry »