Google helpfully informs us that today is the 123rd anniversary of the opening of Yosemite. The day the Republicans in the House close it. Yosemite rocks, so to speak. Here are the photos I took when we were there in 2009.
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As David Brooks pointed out afterwards on PBS, The Republicans have lost the popular vote in five out of the last six Presidential elections. It’s time for some new ideas.
It’s just around the corner. In honor of the happy event (this time, at least) I dredged up some antique Presidential photos.
If the election were held today, he might barely clear 40%.
There were some wonderful moments in last night’s coverage, every one of which I missed because our FIOS service is still out after Hurricane Sandy.
Please, don’t let him be president. His “etch-a-sketch” campaign is simply a disgrace, and nobody should be rewarded with high office for this kind of behavior. He is simply the most ridiculous candidate in my lifetime.
Up to a point. But no farther.
Peacenik. Pro-Choice. Loves entitlements. Meet the new Romney.
Why do I torture myself looking at this stuff?
In the echo chamber, they have a funny standard. Using it, one could criticize Churchill’s famous “Blood, sweat, toil and tears” speech of 1940 because he failed to explicitly mention Hitler, the Nazi Party or even Germany by name.
I, too, am a numbers guy.
Biden’s performance was just what we needed tonight. What a great way to highlight the absurdity of R/R’s policies.
One solution solves three problems. Secure IDs for legitimate voters. Massive outreach to be sure everyone that can be reached is registered. And the voting booth comes to you, so turnout is increased.