Let’s now remove 8 zeros and pretend it’s a household budget:
December 27, 2012 | Read more…
Amy (my wife) put together this great list of 2012 election winners and losers. She did a great job (I only helped a little) — so I thought I’d share it (with my limited comments in blue):
November 27, 2012 | Read more…
Meant to post this several days ago: The best speech I’ve heard Mitt Romney give. Even those that don’t like him will like this. Continue reading
October 24, 2012 | Read more…
In case you’re interested, my thoughts on the last Prez debate… if you are, my apologies for getting this out so late. Been crazy day.
My friends aren’t going to want to hear this, but the President won last night’s debate by controlling it in a way similar to the way Romney controlled (and won) the first debate.
October 23, 2012 | Read more…
Here’s my thoughts on the latest debate, in case you’re interested:
This debate, too, I think was a draw. But, if you factor in expectations, I suppose you could say it was a modest win for Obama given how low expectations were for him. But, it’s not all good for Obama (read on).
October 17, 2012 | Read more…
When will the media elite and others get it: @POTUS is always one step ahead of you. You keep thinking he's a fool, then he plays you for 1.
Well said: Yes, the Russian ambassador met Trump’s team. So? That’s what we diplomats do. https://t.co/YQ3vllpbxi
So that no one accuses me of hiding it: I rode a gondola up the mountain yesterday with a Russian. We talked too. He skied well.
Little man turns 6 today. He's all boy and the coolest kid (most of the time), and a huge blessing in our lives. Happy birthday, Michael!
The anti-boycott: "Since news got out abt potential boycott, sales of Trump winery products at Wegmans have soared" https://t.co/3RPGf8WTWI
Even if Flynn spoke to Russia about sanctions, so what? Clapper lied to Congress under oath about breaking law and CNN barely mentioned it.
When will the judiciary stop trying 2 b the legislature? Who would've guessed that nonlawyers know the role of the courts better than judges