My personal musings about anything that gets on my radar screen--heavily dominated by politics.


The Great, The Good, The Bad, and the Unfathomably Stupid

Quotes, that is.

The Great: Larry Kudlow, courtesy RCP:

As David Beamer (who lost his heroic son Todd on United 93) wrote in the Wall Street Journal recently -- this flick is a wake-up call. I wish it had been made earlier.

And the shots of the World Trade Center attacks, both up close and from the distant tower of the Newark air control center, reminded me of this: Why the hell haven't the quarrelsome, dingbat New York and New Jersey politicians rebuilt those towers?

The Empire State Building was built in one year during the 1930's.

We will never be whole as New Yorkers or as Americans until those towers are rebuilt.

The Good: Senator Mel Martinez, re: Immigration Day (courtesy The Corner)

“The endearing quality of our nation’s immigrant history is that each wave has been willing to work hard to achieve the American Dream. A boycott sends the wrong message.”

The Bad: Senator John McCain, without comment (courtesy CQ)

I would rather have a clean government than one where quote First Amendment rights are being respected, that has become corrupt. If I had my choice, I’d rather have the clean government."

And the Unfathomably Stupid: Tim Russert, revealing why Americans don't understand economics--because the arbiters of all news couldn't be more clueless about it (courtesy RedState)

"Oil demand is up. Supply is down. So why are prices rising?"

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