Some day, the Democrats will internalize that we live in a Google/Youtube culture now.
So about that… pic.twitter.com/2EzuMB8JBB
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) February 13, 2014
You know what’s worse than a bad law? A bad law that gets enforced capriciously.
— Slublog (@Slublog) February 11, 2014
How the heck do you trust the Democratic party leadership on this, at this point? How can you trust the Democratic party leadership? – I mean, it used to be, you could sup with the Devil if you had a long enough spoon. Now… you just can’t expect that any deal will be honored.
This isn’t despair, by the way. This is exasperation. And a mental note to just assume that the Democratic party is run by spoiled children.
Seriously, since the Democrats are going to try to do everything that the GOP suggested anyway, why did they even bother shutting down the government in the first place?
Reminder: Delaying the individual mandate one year was an offer on the table to avert/end October’s government shutdown.
— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) December 20, 2013
I don’t want to be rude, here – but is this all just a, hrm, performance issue for the Democratic leadership? Did they not want to be seen as being politically impotent? – If so, my (somewhat detached) sympathies. I understand that such things can play merry havoc with one’s self-image.
We all have these little hiccups, of course.
— Ben Domenech (@bdomenech) December 10, 2013
It was the first link on Ben’s Transom, which is one of the two/three* email blasts that I voluntarily subscribe to and read.
*I voluntarily subscribe to both the RedState Morning Briefing and Jim Geraghty’s Morning Jolt, but only really read the latter: I’ve already read the stuff that’s linked to in the former, after all. Heck, I’ve often written the stuff that’s linked to in the former.
Coincidence? I think NOT. pic.twitter.com/CbjtkDaN5P
— Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) November 6, 2013
But not as hysterical as the reactions to it. There are a lot of Lefties out there who aren’t happy about the fact that the only way to run the City is to emulate the Rudy Giuliani model; seeing how De Blasio deals with that is going to make for compelling watching.
From several states away. I do plan to stop by Manhattan in December, and do some last-minute shopping before the place turns into the NYC I remember as a child*. After that, well, elections have consequences.
*My parents fled the City when I was eight. Draw your own conclusions from that as to how happy those memories were.
I’m very glad he’s back.
Today is Columbus day, commemorating his unwavering devotion to selling name brand mattresses at a fraction of retail cost.
— Caleb Howe (@CalebHowe) October 14, 2013
Look, let’s be honest:
Korean War Memorial entrance today, gate closed, guarded. Visitors were stepping over chain right by guard. pic.twitter.com/OqxM9wQQTh
— Steve King (@SteveKingIA) October 5, 2013
…No Republican Congressman is ever, ever going to worry about being arrested because he or she made it possible for ordinary, decent, hard-working American citizens to see the People’s monuments. In fact, they’d welcome it. And put that on their campaign literature.