Fists of fury and tails o’ death.
Have a ridiculously touching pic of a lemur or two.
Hypothetically speaking, let us say that your father-in-law offered to take your pole barn garage and turn it into a fully wired, insulated concrete floor, walled and ceilinged, new windowed, and new doored state. Hypothetically speaking, if you told him bluntly “I’m not worth it.” and he said “Yes, you are.”…
… What would you say?
I’m thinking, hypothetically, of course, that if it were me, I’d probably get mind-locked on “Do you realize how insane this sounds?”
Even if he were to say “Because then my daughter would be happier with you around less”, I’d still think it sounded insane. Hypothetically speaking.
The Treyvon/Zimmerman trial goes on.
I am still saddened that at end, what will have happened is that in the very least a kid died and a guy has lost most of the rest of his life, and if it goes south like I think it will, several things will happen:
1) Race relations just got much worse
2) Good people on both sides are going to die
3) The only winners will be the gun grabbers and the reporters
4) Lots of bad people are going to get badder
It is going to get epically ugly.
Lots of losers because of two losers.
Most transparently manipulative administration ever, is more like it.
And he’ll get away with it, too. Man, is this a Charlie Fox of a time to live in.
Republican former Congressional Budget Office director Douglas Holtz-Eakin called the move “deviously brilliant,” by removing a potential electoral impediment from in front of congressional Democrats before the midterms.
“Democrats no longer face the immediate specter of running against the fallout from a heavy regulatory imposition on employers across the land,” Holtz-Eakin wrote. “Explaining away the mandate was going to be a big political lift; having the White House airbrush it from the landscape is way better.”
The administration will publish formal guidance on the rule change within the next week.