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    I’ve heard him called a lot of things

    I’ve heard him called a lot of things

    but not a “golden calf.” Or am I misreading this? What means it, says you?

    Thanks to reader Linda who spotted this message Sunday in The Tennessean.

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    If it helps identify Moore the paper is very likely published in or near Kansas City, Mo.

    My take on it is: “Well, the Republicans in the house haven’t puked in the punchbowl yet”. In other words an acknowledgement that what most of us expected to happen because the GOP held the house, hasn’t. Yet.

    I might add the credit [so far] for the “non-fail” has to go to the infusion of Tea Party blood into the Party of Failure.


       
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      boudicca in reply to 49erDweet. | July 25, 2011 at 7:48 pm

      Amen. But for the voices of Allen West of FL, John Walsh of IL, Mo Brooks of AL, Marco Rubio of FL, there would be nothing to celebrate from the spineless, career RINO pols who hold office. Strong words, but the actions or inactions of those speak for themselves.


     
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    jakee308 | July 25, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    Ah, Boudicca; fighting a losing battle whilst playing an unwanted and unneeded or useful devil’s advocate again?

    “The sky is blue”

    Boudicca: “No the sky is actually turquoise”

    “That’s still blue”

    Boudicca: “But I know how blue it really is”

    Yeah, that’s what’s needed here. Arguing about the true meaning of some guy’s cryptic ad in a local newspaper like it’s sssooooo important to be balanced and nuanced in the discussion.

    You speak to hear the sound
    You write to see the words

    You love the perception of thought
    Whilst conveying none

    troll alert


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