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This is what happens when politicians ignorant of economics are allowed to run things. I wonder how much it cost the taxpayers of Vermont to discover the obvious? As a backup plan perhaps the Governor should ask "good citizens" (i.e. liberal businesses in Vermont ) such as Ben & Jerry's to underwrite the cost. It would be entertaining to see these companies concoct lame excuses as to why these "good guy businesses" couldn't undertake this "worthy cause".
Please Joe run, we need the comic relief. Watching Joe and Hillary stumble over each other would be better than any reality TV show the networks could ever come up with.
You said it, for better or worse. Many of us fear it will be for the worse. These two have "George McClellanitis" Boehner and McDonnell's track record seems to point to them surrendering rather quickly. When I was a kid we called it a "loser's limp," a quality they have shown in the past in spades. I would love nothing more than being proven wrong.
Rep. Gowdy is goooood. Need more like him!
Amen, along with the "victim". BTW; "Late Monday, according to the Washington Post, Erdely's editor said Rolling Stone "verified their existence" by talking to Jackie's friends, but the magazine couldn't reach them. " What exactly does this mean, did Jackie's friends verify her tale of woe or not?
On the positive side this may keep some of Columbia's little darlings from becoming lawyers. They may be so "anguished" that they decide to never take the test. They might even drop out and decide to go into a real productive and positive vocation such as engineering.
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The Path to a Permanent GOP Majority

David10 Wrote: Nov 26, 2014 9:23 PM
Good points by Ms Hughes. However the biggest obstacle to GOP will be wimpy members and McConnell and Boehner. You can't have .240 hitters batting 3rd and 4th and expect to win the World Series. Republicans are clueless in how to battle the Democrats.
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Beware of Our Betters

David10 Wrote: Nov 26, 2014 9:13 PM
Wonder if the average American is finally catching on to the scam?
Proving once against the NY Times is clueless.
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Random Thoughts

David10 Wrote: Nov 02, 2014 9:15 PM
Another brilliant column by a brilliant man. Particularly his take on Joe Girardi. Too many managers love to over-manage trying to show their brilliance. It usually backfires.
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Embarrassing Economists

David10 Wrote: Oct 22, 2014 7:48 AM
I would take out a second mortgage to see Walter Williams or Thomas Sowell debate and dismantle Paul Krugman. The fact that Krigman won a Nobel Prize in economics tells you a lot about the quality of the Nobel people determining the winner of their "prize".
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