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Spring Cleaning: The Elephant Gets a Paint Job

Spring is in the air. The ground it soaked, the grass grows, and flowers spring up into the sky. It must be time for the Republicans to be doing something stupid.

Shocking Election News

Well, ok, it may be shocking to some people. It appears that a quarter of service-members' ballots are not being counted. This may seem to be an egregious violation of their rights, and it is, but this is hardly the first time their voices have been stifled while cowards and fair-weather patriots used their images for other ends.

Let's not forget to put credit for this where it belongs

It's almost here

A quick reminder that the LPKY 2009 State Convention, being held together with the LPIN 2009 State Convention in Clarksville, Indiana, a suburb of Louisville, KY, is this weekend; May 15th - 17th.

We have many of the details online already, and there are more to come this week as we lead into this event. To say that this will be a large, exciting event is an understatement.

The Paris Hilton of the GOP

"Arlen, You Let Me Down," reads the latest imbecilic "article" from Meghan McCain, the aspiring Republican Hilton sister. No, Meghan, he didn't let you down.

Would I Have to Vote Republican?

A little disclosure will make this irony quite amusing: I used to be a Republican. I worked for Republican candidates for over a decade. Then, I finally woke up and realized my ideals weren't welcome. In the 2008 General Election, for the first time ever, I didn't vote for a single Republican on the ballot.

Yet, I can think of one potential candidate who might make me vote for him, despite his party. It seems that Rand Paul is mulling a bid for Senate in 2010. I urge anyone liberty-minded to look into him at the PEAC site:

Could Rand make me vote for a Republican? He just might. I hope he decides to run.

Learning All the Wrong Lessons

The moderates are taking the Specter conversion as a divine imperative. Quoth Olympia Snowe: "Ultimately, we're heading to having the smallest political tent in history, the way events have been unfolding," she said. "If the Republican Party fully intends to become a majority party in the future, it must move from the far right back toward the middle."

With all due disrespect to the moderates, I could not disagree more. The Republican Party won a resounding victory in

Tea Party Wrap-up, Round 1

The first round of tea parties is over, and I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone comes up with for "round 2". In the meantime, here's a few links to see where we've been so far.

The Corporation for Public Enslavement

It turns out that getting a government job is easier than ever. While taxpayers are preparing "Tax Freedom Days," the federal government is actively looking for ways to hire. How is all this hiring taking place in the middle of a recession?

It didn't take a fortune teller

I threatened to do it. I warned them that I wouldn't be the only one. They did it anyway. And I did it. And apparently, I'm not the only one.

Most of the time, I really try to keep this blog fairly professional, and to the point. I apologize in advance; they've hit me personally, again, and therefore, this entry is going to be a bit personal.

About 3 days ago, I ran out of cigarettes. After the tax increase, I promised that I would not give any more tax revenue to the state; so I wouldn't be buying more. I 'bummed' 2 cigarettes for that night, and I haven't had one since.

Suddenly, the Constitution Matters to BHO.

The President, enabler of the AIG Bonus Jamboree, is suddenly using the tatters of the Constitution, a document which he, the Bushes, and the Clintons have shredded, for political cover against the rage of the American taxpayer. Apparently, our anger at the AIG bonuses is unconstitutional. Say what?!

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