Monthly Archives: April 2012

Caligula on the Bayou

Caligula on the Bayou By Sarge Where do we begin with this? There’s such a dearth of issues to consider that haven’t already been commented on. Some people believe our beloved Guvna, Punjab Piyush, is Caligula on the Bayou. I … Continue reading

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Crucifixion as policy

Crucifixion as policy By Sarge     cru·ci·fy tr.v. cru·ci·fied, cru·ci·fy·ing, cru·ci·fies 1.     To mortify or subdue (the flesh). 2. To treat cruelly; torment: 3. To criticize harshly; pillory Free Dictionary online Crucifixion was a terrifying, barbaric punishment for going … Continue reading

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Justice for Just Us?

Justice for Just Us? By Sarge Each morning I arise and stumble to the bathroom to make my first salient commentary on the conduct of government in America. Then I stagger to the kitchen where I pray there’s coffee dwelling … Continue reading

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Respect

Respect By Sarge     Respect (n):1.) An attitude of deference, admiration, or esteem; regard 2). the state of being honored or esteemed (from Latin rēspicere to look back, pay attention to, from re- + specere to look) The Free Dictionary Years ago a man told me he … Continue reading

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Send in the clowns

Send in the clowns By Sarge The 2012 Campaign season started and the political landscape’s as barren as a circus tent at sunrise. The candidates’ personal appeal is locked somewhere between cliché and formulaic. Each step taken is a pre-cursor … Continue reading

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Locking the needle

Locking the needle By Sarge You have to wonder: just what does Congress do? They’re jumping up and down (on a purely partisan basis) because so many people in government are getting caught with their hands in the people’s cookie … Continue reading

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Balancing the bubble

Balancing the bubble By Sarge A “carpenter’s level” has small, pellet-shaped glass or plastic pieces with a bubble in them. These bubbles indicate how level the piece is in reference to its surroundings. You have multiple reference points available. It … Continue reading

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Speculation

Speculation By Sarge Speculation: n. 1. a. A conclusion, opinion, or theory reached by conjecture. b. Reasoning based on inconclusive evidence; conjecture or supposition. 2. a. Engagement in risky business transactions on the chance of quick or considerable profit. Origins: … Continue reading

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The Big Lie

The Big Lie By Sarge Richard Cohen, Washington Post Writers Group syndicated columnist copyrighted a column where he calls Mitt Romney “…a skillful liar”. Cohen phrases his column with a slight taste of bitter almonds and delivers the poisoned barb … Continue reading

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Beaurat Obama

Beaurat Obama By Sarge In light of Barack Obama’s tidal shift from accentuating “clean energy” programs to an “all of the above” energy policy we can only respond by changing his name from Barack to Beaurat. This, because he’s obviously … Continue reading

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