Monday, May 08, 2006

 

Random Thoughts

Is it just me or does House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D - CA) look like the character on MADTV? She is certainly as frustrating to figure out.

I think those opposed to steroids in baseball would be better served if they found another scapegoat than Barry Bonds. While I believe Barry may have used some illegal substance to lengthen his career, any thing he may have used to give him added strength has mearly taken him from hitting homeruns out of the field to hitting them out of the satdium.

I read a headline on the Drudge Report (www.drudgereport.com) that says the real estate market is booming in New Orleans. Could it have anything to do with the land and homes Mayor Nagin condemned near the French Quarter and downtown?

The Lt. Governor's race in Arkansas looks like it may be coming down to Bill Halter (D) vs. Jim Holt (R). Banks is making a run at Holt late in the primary race, but it does not appear that he has closed enough ground, as yet.

When will the "Hometown" news stations in Fort Smith start covering the hometown National Champions (UA Fort Smith Lions). The day after the Razorbacks lost in the National Tournament the Lions won the right to play in the JUCO National Tournament. The local station spent a week talking about the Razorback loss before they mentioned that the Lions were going to that tourney.

The sports portion of the evening news in Houston covers the Astros, the Texans, the Rockets, and the hockey team plus they cover the University of Houston, Rice University, Texas A&M and the Horns. On top of that they cover the high school sports programs. In the same amount of time, the local sportscasters cover the Razorbacks, the Razorbacks, and the Razorbacks. If they have time left over they cover the high school winners and mention the St. Louis Cardinals score.

Have you noticed how Arkansas Attorney General Mike Beebe talks about fiscal responsibility, yet while in the Arkansas house and senate he voted for more pork and taxes than virtually anyone else?

You say "Asa Hutchinson was the US House of Representatives' prosecuting attorney during the Clinton impeachment" like it was a bad thing. Violating the law, whether murder or lying under oath (No it wasn't about sex.), is a bad thing. Prosecuting that violation is working for the American people.

Comments:
You are the sniper - silent,deadly and nobody knows where the hell you're coming from! Show me the stats baby, when you make a claim about the AG please provide a link showing where you got the information to make such a claim or please put an editor's note that this opinion.

Thank you

political_assasin'ator
 
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