No Sugar Tonight

Red Rosie

“Looking at the Senate, P.J. O’Rourke famously quipped that ‘The founding fathers, in their wisdom, devised a method by which our republic can take one hundred of its most prominent numbskulls and keep them out of the private sector where they might do actual harm.’ Of course, these days, the zaniest inmates have escaped their asylum …” (Our Increasingly Insane Political Class)

Connecticut’s state bird is the American robin. Given the representatives they persist in sending to Congress, they may want to change it to the cuckoo.   From the phony Vietnam veteran, Richard Blumenthal, to Rosa DeLauro, the cookie monster communist with the Moe Howard hairdo, the Transplant State is bidding fair to supplant Washington, D.C. as the most liberal territory in the Land of the Semi-Free.

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About Bob Mack

Retired since 2003. Military Service: U.S. Army, 36th Artillery Group, Babenhausen, Germany 1966-67; 1st Signal Brigade, Republic of Vietnam, 1967-68 Attended University of Miami, 1969-73
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4 Responses to No Sugar Tonight

  1. Mike says:

    We could do the same thing by ending the subsidies… but where’s the control over behavior in that?

  2. bobmontgomery says:

    Our Increasingly Insane Political Class – Oh, yes. Brings to mind that after the Gabby Giffords incident, one Peter King, R-NY, joined himself with one Charles Schumer, D-NY in proposing that henceforth, no private citizen should be allowed to carry a firearm within 1,000 feet of a “federal official.” Um huh. Federal official. And also reminds us that in the debate leading up to Obamacare, the R’s joined themselves with the D’s in asserting that pre-existing conditions should be immediately covered and paid for by… companies.
    And so much more.

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  4. Kid says:

    We should pass a law that no bad things should occur.

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