If a lifetime can be likened to a day, then this is Happy Hour!
I wonder what the Paulistas are going to do.
I'm thinkin' the knee-jerk reaction would be to stay home. I don't think Paul is gonna do a third-party thing.
She was great at portraying herself as a lib, almost too believable. I agree with her sentiment about Romney, but it is what it is, and he might be pleasantly surprising in how he would govern. Though even a ham sandwich would be a huge improvement over Duh One.
Attempt at a serious comment (I know..) here. The problem with Romney is to my mind like the dilemma submariners who are trapped on the bottom in a stricken sub in a slowly leaking compartment via a partially dogged water-tight hatch are faced with. If they only slow the leak by stuffing their shirts in the crack they will only buy themselves a few more hours at best until the inevitable end. If, OTOH they attempt to "un-dog" the hatch and "re-dog" it they risk immediate drowning on the one hand if the attempt fails vs possible ultimate rescue & survival if they can stop the leak totally. A big gamble. With Romney we only buy slightly more time (but no gamble) than Obama gives us until the predictable end unless we eventually elect a true conservative President & Congress to totally stop the leak and effect rescue..somehow we've GOT to have the collective courage to go for broke in an unapologetic fashion--but we're not psychologically there yet..
That WAS a serious comment, Virg. Well said.
I don't know whether I'm going into shock or clinical depression. The lawyer in me is furious at the Supreme Court's tortured convolution of a way to toss the healthcare conundrum to Congress, but it is what it is and might lead to unseating Obama.Guess I'll go sit on a whoopie cushion.
Just be polite... that's all I ask.