Thursday, July 28, 2005

Hasta La Vista Employment

CAFTA passed. Hey it's great for farmers for now, and bad for every one else forever. I knew Tanner would support it when I saw him on Bloomberg last week. He talked for 5 minutes on gerrymandering reform when everything on their bottom line told about his support for CAFTA and what it woul do.

The only dues we should be required to pay for the SCDP is two pennies. The same two pennies that you have to pay the ferryman. This is just another stupid idea by our own people that will make us look weak and dumb to voters. It is a last ditch grasp to regain power by those that lost the chairmanship race.

Novak was told TWICE by the CIA not to reveal her name and did so anyway. I don't care that he can't have charges brought against him, string the lying sack of shit up or better yet, imbed him for a year in Iraq with Judy Miller. Ever notice that those who supported the Presiden tthe most in national news went over there the least with one exception, the excreable Geraldo Rivera.

Sports-Braves are going to win again. The Nats were a great story, but reality and a slew of injuries have killed them.

A-Rod, baseball's Dan Marino?

Peyton Manning-the new Dan Marino?

Jack-Jack-27 days to go until the due date.

Out, more tomorrow

2 Comments:

At 12:49 PM, Blogger BD Friend said...

"The only dues we should be required to pay for the SCDP is two pennies. ..... It is a last ditch grasp to regain power by those that lost the chairmanship race."

I am not sure I understand. Have I not heard about something here by the former Cocke supporters? If you are talking about Del's comments, please remember that he has switched back over to the Sidney side.

 
At 3:07 PM, Blogger Richmond said...

I would add to your sports list that Phil Mickelson is the Tom Weiskopf of his generation. A player of immense talent who, for whatever reason, never actualizes his full potential. I think each of them lack "the kiler instinct" that their clear superior on Tour (Nicklas [I know the spelling is off] and Woods) exudes with abundance. Mickelson especially, like Greg Norman in the 1980s, will make millions of dollars, but will almost always miss the big putt or mishit the big iron shot or have a colosally bad final round. Mickelson won the Masters in 2004 and Weiskopf won the British in 1973. I'll be surprised in Mickelson wins even five career majors--Weiskopf sure ain't winning anymore. Look forward to hearing about Jack's arrival--

 

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