Terry McCrann: (link)
Defining our national insanity
IT'S a challenge to decide which was more inane and utterly delinked from reality. The decision to tie our carbon-constrained future to the old dead tree of Europe, in historian Manning Clark's iconic phrase. Or the detailed analysis of what would be the consequences.Certainly, there's an appropriateness in both the phrase and its use in this context.
If linking to this old dead tree is, in any way and in any context, "the answer", I would dread to know what was the question.
Europe's -- despite the claims of Climate Change Minister Greg Combet -- lonely and largely only attempted assault on the production of tree food, almost announces its determination not to be the contrasting alternative proffered by Clark: the young tree green. Unlike old dead trees, they need carbon dioxide.
Great column - read more here.
Alan Caruba: (link)
You Know You're a Moron If...
We now know the theme of Barack Obama’s campaign in the remaining weeks before the November 6 election.
In an interview with the Associated Press last week he said that Mitt Romney holds “extreme positions.” This is in line with the immediate Democratic Party attack launched against Paul Ryan as a “radical.”
The sad part of this is that people who will vote for Obama still believe what he says.
To them I say, you know you’re a moron if….
Read Alan's complete list HERE.
I could go on, but it is a very long list of things Democrats and liberals apparently either do not know or prefer to ignore.
Voters for Obama will ignore the fact that Obama is “transforming” America into the equivalent of Greece and taking the nation over a fiscal cliff.