Tweet The Vice President’s primary responsibility is to be in place should something happen to the president. This is not a far-fetched scenario. Over America’s long presidential history, several Vice Presidents have ascended to the presidency. Since WWII, we’ve had three presidents come in that way: Truman, LBJ, and Ford. The Veep is an understudy [...]
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Tweet Let’s see if I’ve got this right, based upon the evidence currently available: Obama is a grandiose narcissist Newt is an egomaniac Hillary is a compulsive liar Mitt seems vaguely asperger-ish, with a weather vane in place of his spine Herman is a serial womanizer (assuming, for the sake of argument, that the claims [...]
Tweet I observed to my friend Joseph Libson that I’m of two minds about what appears to be an Obama implosion. On the one hand, since I think he’s a dangerously bad president, I want him exposed as quickly and fully as possible, so that he is president for as short a time as possible. [...]
Tweet Yesterday, Mr. Bookworm and I found ourselves in a car heading south. As we passed the Marriott at which Sarah Palin spoke (a speech I got to hear in person), this dialog ensued: Me: That’s where Sarah Palin spoke. Mr. Bookworm: Really? Are you still going to tell me that she wouldn’t have been [...]
Tweet I’ve been traveling, so I missed the Saddleback conversation with the candidates. Nevertheless, through emails and Mike Devx’s comments, I’ve become aware of the question Rick Warren posed to the two candidates about evil. Here’s the transcript: REV. WARREN: Okay, we’ve got one last — I’ve got a bunch more, but let me just [...]