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Lewis is less relevant today than he was yesterday. And he was less relevant yesterday than the day before. And so on. Tomorrow, his relevance will be indistinguishable from zero.
Chamber of Commerce is not a conservative group. It’s an opportunistic one.
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Sigh: Birthers Now Targeting Ted Cruz

Logicus Wrote: Mar 26, 2013 7:17 PM
Way to go, Guy. Nice job of smearing principled constitutional conservatives over a disagreement on a complex legal issue. Division and derision are great ways to mobilize the base and get a lot of conservatives elected. Sigh.
The biggest miracle here is that the Democrats propose to take only $1 trillon more of our money. But, as Duke might say, “Wait till next year.”
The least France could have done is deduct the cost of Biden’s sleepover from their war debt.
Right! Obama says he’s calling for a “balanced approach.” But in what sense is what he’s calling for “balanced” or an “approach” towards reducing the deficit or the debt?
In The Art of War, Sun Tzu advised, “Pretend inferiority and encourage [your opponent’s] arrogance.” It would be going too far to say that Republicans pretended inferiority as a tactic. But would not be going too far to say that they encouraged Obama’s arrogance. And it just might not be going too far to say that Obama has finally overplayed his hand because of his arrogance.
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Obama Already Has His "Balanced Plan"

Logicus Wrote: Mar 05, 2013 1:52 PM
Obama couldn’t balance a Bobo doll on the Bonneville Salt Flats if he used both of his left hands.
To borrow from Goethe: A market rate is a real thing, a “living wage” an ideal thing; a confusion of the real with the ideal never goes unpunished.
“It didn’t come to” Crowley as she “was going to fact check that”; but she did. To her, she was “really trying to move the conversation along”; but she didn’t. “This is a semantic thing”; it’s called lying.
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