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Don't Wanna Be Like That

2009-10-07 - 12:43 p.m.

No word yet from the buyer in Australia.

That's okay. I have everything in place. It will take me about five minutes to do what I need to do once I get the word to "go".


Remember President Obama's promise that bills would be posted on the internet for five days, so the American people would have a chance to examine them?

Well, Congress is actively fighting to prevent it. And there's your title link.

Oh, and that other fine example of government health programs - Medicare - has knowingly been overpaying for items.

This will end well.


The Heritage Foundation talks here about how much the Cap-and Trade bill would cost the average American.


My friend from Alaska will not be in SoCal tomorrow, so there will be no meet-and-greet.

Oh well. Disneyland instead?


Okay. Onward.

Be seeing you.


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