Who do you suppose put the horse’s head in Johnny Huntsman’s daddy’s bed?
A local Fargo ND newspaper “reporter” recites that phrase today as part of a cautionary opinion piece about the local union which has been locked out of work at American Crystal Sugar … in the spirit of the reporter’s educating us rubes who didn’t come by way of the Rust Belt or the Big Oil/Bible Belt, I have a few arguments that also can be made.
Yep. An argument can be made that the moon is made of green cheese.
Allegiance to whom, Republican Congresscritters? Grover Norquist and his pledge? Or the American people and the American Constitution? It’s a simple choice. And it is a choice. So which is it?
No, I do not care about Sarah Palin’s emails.
I do not care about Anthony Weiner’s penis.
I care about jobs.
That heading’s a phrase I heard a Brit politician use on the occasion of the first anniversary of the coalition government. Looking forward to when our American politicians start thinking … and legislating … that way. crossposted at Prairie Sun Rising
Questions: How much delay in the Mideast democracy movement was because of Bush’s willful invasion and botched strategy for after in Iraq?
When will the old media start looking at the botched economy Pawlenty left behind in Minnesota? Must we wait for the historians?
Now if he were just talking about the GOP war on America’s middle class and workers and the jobless and the seniors and the children’s education here in America, too.
John Dower…discussed the parallels in “shock and awe” tactics and the strategic imbecility of having no backup plan…after Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, after America invaded Iraq.
Homegrown North Dakota. A citizen who moved on while doing us proud.
Rest in peace, Warren Christopher