Sunday, November 4, 2012


Great advice yesterday from Glenn Reynolds: "REMINDER: Don’t forget to change your clocks tonight, and your President on Tuesday."

Obama's ventriloquist is making threats.

Powerful Romney ad over at Ace of Spades.

Rudy Giuliani jumps up and down on Obama's loins.

Hmmmm. Petraeus may have some 'splainin' to do.

What is he afraid of, a coup? Nanny Bloomberg won't let the National Guard help in Brooklyn because they - horrors! - carry guns.

Obama has created a whole lot of something, but it ain't jobs.

Steve Burri has what is quite possibly the very best take on Obama's comment that "we will leave no one behind."

The Troglopundit floats an extremely terrifying scenario.

Obama's Katrina (Update: much, much more from Tree Hugging Sister today).

What your political yard sign may say about you, via Pixie Place.

Mind-Numbed Robot has a video clip that offers five good reasons to vote for Romney.

Isn't he loooooovvely? I guess not.

Miss Red has an excellent post on hats vs. caps.

Seen outside my church this morning:


mojo said...

How you gonna shoot looters on sight with no guns?

Paco said...

I guess they'll have to whip them with their helmet straps.

Robert of Ottawa said...

In my own little effort on behalf of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy, I specialise in arterial signs in my own city/electoral riding (hey, this is Canada).

I cannot emphasize enough the importance of lawn signs. They really are an indication of popular support. When an election campaign resorts to stealing those signs, they demonstrate their frustration.

Robert of Ottawa said...

Upon wearing hats:

During a severe outbreak of excema, my dermatologist INSISTED that I wear a hat. To myself, I thought: If I must wear a hat, I might as well make it a fashion statement.

I am now famously known for wearing broad-brimmed hats (not sombreros). It is interesting as the hat habit has disappeared since the sixties. I get many gasps from shocked women as they turn a corner and come across me in a hat. My mission: To turn that shock into full-blooded sex.

Albury Shifton said...

Valerie Jarret is living in La-La Land. There is no way Teh Won will win a second term. She's acting like Hitler in the bunker - commanding armies and divisions that no longer existed. Her come-uppence will be sweet.

rinardman said...

My hat comment, left at missred muses:

My take on hats. Well, caps, actually. "Baseball style" caps.

I wear them. Year round, for protection of my balded head. Not backwards, not sideways, not inside, just outside. Not as a fashion statement, for looks, or to gather admiring glances from the ladies. I make no apologies for my headgear, I like caps. If someone else thinks poorly of caps, that's their problem, not mine. My IQ hasn't gotten lower since I first donned a cap, and will probably not ascend if I stop wearing them. The top of my head will freeze or burn according to the season, if I don't use a cap as it was intended. I have caps for work, and for leisure. Plain caps I buy, and free caps with their logo, if I don't mind advertising them. Summer caps for summer. Winter caps for winter.

I don't have a hat, they don't fit me. So, caps are my choice, and will be till they stop making them, by government decree.

I'm a happy redneck.

Paco said...

R-man: Nothing wrong with caps - I wear them myself - and as long as your wearing it bill-to-the-front, you're doin' it right.

Paco said...

You're doin' it right. Unlike me, with my spelling mistakes.

bruce said...

Valerie Jarret reminds me of Madam Mao - Mao's wife who was even more evil than him, if possible.

Paco said...

Bruce: Good analogy. It's amazing that the deference Obama shows to her is not a scandal (well, not really amazing, given our media bias).

missred said...

Thanks for the linky love, Paco. I never thought my little amusement would garner such responses.

kc said...

Thanks for the link, Paco!

I'd love to have yard signs, but I'm much to nervous about supplying targets for the hoodlums, when things don't go their I make it a blog post instead!

"Whip them with their helmet straps" has GOT to be a new classic!