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Fish 1: Farmers 0

The delta smelt has taken on a vicious campaign against California food growers.  The smelt have collectively contacted their representatives and senators to let them know that if more water is not diverted into their rivers, the congresspeople will be voted out. The “Smelts for Obama” Political Action Committee has promised all of its resources to the wishes of the ...

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‘Public Option’ government would cut costs, improve service

Scott Ott published an article in the Washington Examiner that could very well fix everything using the Obama administration’s favorite tool – the public option. “White House sources said today that President Obama may soon propose legislation that would save Americans billions of dollars each year while improving service by creating a ‘public option’ version of the federal government. The ...

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The News is Funny – in a Sad Kind of Way. Week of 9-13

CNN performed a second set of polls allowing Americans to judge Obama’s performance.  The first had given the President a C+ for his first 100 days and this week they released his second 100 days poll: a C-.   Obama is expected to give himself a speech on working harder and getting better grades. SEIU and ACORN band together to protect ...

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The Government is Looking Out for You

I thought I would share an incredibly relevant documentary video that shows how we should rely on the government (the good fairy) when we lose our way. There is a bit of symbolism, and it is a bit dark, but the message it relays is very relevant to our struggles today.

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The Bronze Curio

A tourist walks into a curio shop. Looking around at the exotica, he notices a very lifelike life-sized bronze statue of a rat. It has no price tag, but is so striking he decides he must have it. He takes it to the owner: "How much for the bronze rat?" "$12 for the rat, $100 for the story," says the owner.

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Odd Weather

Just thought I’d share an odd weather map I ranacross when checking my own weather this evening. It appears that a giant swath of grass is going to cross the mid-Atlantic tomorrow. I’m not exactly sure how to dress for that.  I don’t think it’s politically motivated, at least… I don’t think I think it’s political.

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