December 9, 2012
What’s for rent?
Republican Victory Center, for rent. Location and photographer unidentified so far — can you help identify them? Photo taken after November 6, 2012
Not quite so good as Norman Rockwell’s famous painting, but real. “Republican Victory Center” probably isn’t the name it will be remembered by.
Can you help identify the location, and the photographer? Notice the photographer is portrayed in the reflection in the window.
October 18, 2012
From Cut-‘n’-Edge Cartoons, an explanation for just exactly how Mitt Romney’s tax cuts work in the economy:
With this exception: This chart does not show the flow of funds from the rich to the Cayman Islands and Swiss banks.
July 25, 2012
Who is this Jason Stanford guy, and why haven’t I found him earlier? Stanford wrote that the Romney campaign keeps accusing Obama of Chicago-syle politics — and it finally came true!
Obama’s latest attack ad basically says that if corporations are people, then Bain Capital committed treason. This is the ad in which Mitt Romney sings “America the Beautiful” while we see a thundering denunciation of Romney’s record of outsourcing jobs and hiding his money in foreign banks and tax shelters. It might be the meanest ad since Lyndon Johnson said Barry Goldwater was going to blow up the world, and every word of Obama’s ad is true, even if Romney’s singing is a little off key.
Romney’s team tried to change the subject by accusing Obama of trying to change the subject and even demanded an apology that he very quickly did not get. All Romney’s response proved was that Hunter S. Thompson’s axiom that “true happiness in politics is a wide open hammer-shot on a poor bastard who knows he’s trapped, but can’t flee” were the truest words ever written about politics.
When Ari Fleischer complaining on CNN that Obama was being too rough, Paul Begala could barely contain his glee: “I’m heartened if we’ve gone from toothless in Ari’s eyes to ruthless. I’d rather be tough. These are tough times.”
Watch that space.