Snobbery and Promotion
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Tag Archives: Bush
Yesterday, John McCain suspended his campaign, saying he was racing off to Washington shortly after his appearance at the Clinton Global Initiative at 8:45am to fix the financial crisis in America in a 4:00pm meeting with the president, House and … Continue reading
Yesterday, I got a letter from Montgomery County in Ohio that my home has been appraised for an additional $10,000 over last year. Seriously??? From Bush’s speech last night: I also understand the frustration of responsible Americans who pay their … Continue reading
I don’t believe in conspiracy theory, but I do believe in well-timed political maneuvering. The pull-out agreement that Rice and Zebari announced on Friday smacks of this kind of political positioning, devoid of any ethical or moral responsibility to the … Continue reading
I was walking along on Friday and I hear these voices from around the corner. “Mow that lawn straight!” “Don’t talk to me, keep working,” “Turn that mower around,” “Watch the edge,” “Mow AROUND the bush, not in it.” etc… … Continue reading
I read the Wall Street Journal. I have since I was a young puppy when I got my first job at Dog Pound, Inc. While my peers always flipped to the Money sections, checked the stock quotes, etc., the first … Continue reading
As I was lifting my leg to bless the Englewood Independent lying on my doorstep this morning, the front page article caught my eye. So, I bent down to read it before soaking it. The main headline read “Memorial Day: … Continue reading