". . . little shall I grace my cause

In speaking for myself. Yet, by your gracious patience,

I will a round unvarnish'd tale deliver . . ."

(William Shakespeare's Othello, I.iii.88-90)

Monday, November 10, 2008


Courtesy of my smarter half:

Watch for global warming to fade in importance in an Obama administration. Why? Because the whole point of the global warming agenda is the advancement of the socialist state. With a socialist state firmly in place, the global warming cause is no longer politically useful.


elephantschild said...

Can we make your hubby our official Underground Evil Genius? :)

Cheryl said...

Oh, EC, if you only knew how well that title suits him . . .

elephantschild said...

HAHAHA! Maybe you'd better delete this thread before he sees it and it goes to his head!

Mossback Meadow said...

It seems to me that many conservatives have just rolled over in the past week - people I know in person and people in the public eye.
Are you seeing this too?

Is it true that the supreme court is taking a look at the birth certificate issue and will rule the first week of Dec.?

Cheryl said...

I think conservatives are very wary of being accused of putting politics before country. So I think they are generally going to give Barack a little honeymoon, celebrating his achievement, before they start acting as the opposition. But I don't think it will take long before we see them start to oppose him, because it's not going to be long before he gives them a reason to do so. The problem right now, in my opinion, is the division in the Republican party and the nastiness that is going on there (such as with McCain staffers sniping at Sarah Palin). We need to get our own house in order. We need to put up a candidate next time that we can all rally around so that we don't end up with a weak compromise candidate.

About the birth certificate thing, the last I heard was that it had been dismissed. I'll ask dh.

Jane said...

Apparently, the Obama "campaign" and the DNC need to respond by Dec.1 to the Writ of Certiorari filed by Philip Berg with the Supreme Court.

'Twill be interesting to see what happens.