January 22, 2008

Bad Day

Megan McCardle points out that...

Well, the Dow is of by hundreds of points, the Fed is announcing surprise inter-meeting rate cuts, Bank of America reported a 95% fall in its profits, and the outfits in the new spring catalogs have the shape and coloring of badly-decorated Easter eggs. All in all, not a good morning

It got worse....Fred Thompson dropped out of the race, meaning we now have to choose between one of the RINOs running and whatever greater evil the Dems put forth.... Feh...

Due to a wreck in the tunnel, I missed a class...

On a lighter note...Stephen Den Beste topped it all off by linking to this unspeakable atrocity (ouch).



UPDATE: Rusty Shackleford...the omega Fred-Head of the MuNuvians is backing Romney and makes his case here...I'm furtively leaning towards McCain. Frankly, his war record counts for a lot.

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1 It's been a hell of a day.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at Tue Jan 22 18:12:56 2008 (+rSRq)

2 I would think McCain's track record as a living threat to the Constitution would count more.

"You signed a bill that makes it a crime to pay for a political ad around election time."

"But I fought in the WAR! Look, here's my scar...!"

Sorry, I want to elect a President, not a war wound.

Posted by: RHJunior at Wed Jan 23 14:18:40 2008 (SucKC)

3 When was the last time presidential race seemed this dismal (for both parties)? I can't get myself excited about supporting any of them. Maybe if we take bits and pieces to make a franken-candidate?

But on the flipside, it looks like Virgin Galactic has a design to get people up into orbit.. even if its only as a tourist.


Posted by: Bill at Wed Jan 23 20:49:00 2008 (mUl8k)

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When was the last time presidential race seemed this dismal (for both parties)?

2004

 

Posted by: The Brickmuppet at Wed Jan 23 22:37:24 2008 (V5zw/)

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