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    Six hours in the car will do it.  Pretty much unable to string sentences together.

    Was going to say something about the policy of stayawayism and non-regimechangism in Syria in contrast to the non-stayawayism and regimechangism in Egypt and Libya.

    Was going to say something more about the legal messism in Wisconsin with the Secretary of State (likely wrong) saying the law is not law yet, and the law saying otherwise.

    Was going to say something about GlennGreenwaldism, the theory that even people who are falsely maligned deserve to be falsely maligned if they do not pledge allegiance to GlennGreenwaldism..

    But six hours in the car ….

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    cassandra lite | March 27, 2011 at 9:46 pm

    Six hours in the car? Big deal. That's a typical workday commute here in L.A. Total distance traveled in those six hours: 52 miles.

    At least you weren't stuck in a closet at a Biden event.

    Sunshine Superman :~) Thank you!

    viator | March 28, 2011 at 7:31 am

    "Unions and the left are far outspending pro-business interests and the right on recall ads."

    "While Wisconsin's story fell off the front page, the left — fueled by unions, the Democratic Governors Association and — has begun a multimillion-dollar TV campaign to support the audacious recall effort."

    "If Republicans don't engage with real cash in Wisconsin, they could lose the state Senate in advance of redistricting this summer, embolden unions and scare hell out of Republicans in statehouses everywhere.

    Walker may have won on policy — yet Republicans could face massive losses nationally if they don't win those Wisconsin recalls."

    Real Clear Politics

    The libertarian side of me thinks that some of Glenn Greenwald's writings about civil liberties are brilliant.

    But the other two themes he often writes about: 1) Israel and 2) grievances against the wealthy like the Koch's, are so off base it's hard to imagine the same person is writing about all three of those topics.

    Milton Friedman has this to say to the "do-gooders" like Glenn Greenwald and Michael Moore who traffic in class warefare rhetoric to demonize the wealthy:;=fKc6esIi0_U

    "You can only aim for equality by giving some people the right to take things from others. And what ultimately happens when you aim for equality is that A and B decide what C should do for D. Except that they take a little bit of commission off on the way" [in the form of administering government programs in the bureaucracy].

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