“Hey what’s your name? ‘My name is M-o-e,'” Sanchez said, feigning a Southern drawl that drew howls of laughter from Miller and her co-host. “Ok Moe. Moe-ster, how you doing baby? What are we going to do today? What’s your interest? What can we work on together?”
“‘Well, it’s unconstitutional,” she said, using her faux Southern accent.
Sanchez’s spokeswoman did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment.

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This lacks class for a member of congress, don’t you think? I suspect that Tea Party folks won’t let it bother them too much. Unlike every time a Democrat protected group is criticized, the Tea Party won’t likely feign excessive outrage in order to brow beat their opponents into withdrawing their position.

It would just be nice if this report could make the nightly news like all of the other incidents of Democrat misbehavior. Oh, wait…

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Can you imagine if this add were run in Vermont?  The horror!  The horror!

So, some of you are probably wondering…is he going to run?

Whilst I have been hemming and hawing over the merits of running for public office during this point in my life and this point in our nation’s tumble toward one-party rule (read: statism), a fine candidate for the GOP has thrown his hat into the ring for the U.S. Sentate seat in the form of Len Britton, from Woodstock.  I don’t know if its politeness that keeps me from entering, or realism.  Len is in a much better position in life to throw himself into the type of candidacy necessary to unseat the super-incumbent, Pat Leahy.

Still, the passage of the monstrous health care reform bill leaves me itching to get off my duff and fight back (politically speaking, of course) against the encroachment of my liberties and more importantly, the liberties of my children (not to mention the wallets of my children’s children’s children).

The House Seat?  Keith Stern from Springfield, who I have not met, has launched a campaign to challenge Peter Welch.  While this certainly doesn’t preclude me from entering the race, I wish him well because Welch voted for both the health care reform bill and the cap and trade (read: tax) bill last year.

The conclusion…well, let me hear it.  What do you think about me running for a national public office like Senator or Representative?  A strength of mine is careful deliberation, but it can easily be considered a weakness when it takes too long to reach a decision.  As we approach the summer season (a golden opportunity for me to campaign), I need to wrap up my deliberations and make my decision.

In the meantime, I hope to be making useful contributions to my local GOP group and letting people know where I stand regardless of whether or not I run for office.

Follow this link for an interesting little calculator to determine what your share of the $787 (now $862) BILLION stimulus package passed by congress and President Obama is.

Economic Stimulus News and Video – FOX News Topics – FOXNews.com.

So many thoughts run through my mind when I see her captured in this moment of delight. None of them pleasant.

The Senate plans to attach Obamacare to a House-passed non-healthcare bill. Ironically, nobody knows what that legislation looks like, because it has not yet been written. Yet many members plan to rubber-stamp Obamacare without reading or understanding the bill.

via Congress’s Secret Plan to Pass Obamacare.

I am not the first to highlight this “secret plan” and I would be stretching the truth in telling you that I completely understand how this plan works on a logistical level.  However, Brian Darling makes a reasonable case that should at least raise the eyebrows of American citizens of every political stripe.

Article: House Orders Up Three Elite Jets – Roll Call.

A picture of the jet that the members of Congress just purchased for themselves:

That is a pretty sweet ride, my friends.  I wonder if I can squeeze an invitation out of Peter Welch?