Monthly Archives: July 2014

The lowest common denominator

The lowest common denominator By Sarge In 1966 two socialist professors and political activists espoused and started a movement designed to overload the American welfare system. It called for the government to establish a guaranteed income for the poor and … Continue reading

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Running his head

Running his head By Sarge Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage and then is heard no more; it is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and … Continue reading

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Constipated overachievers

Constipated underachievers By Sarge Where do I begin? Do I start with my utter disdain for the present “liberal” (defined as a pro-Socialist ideologue and his Duma leading us to a Marxist Nirvana). Or, do I start with my overwhelming … Continue reading

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The lion that roared

The lion that roared By Sarge Now that Russian elements have shot down a Malaysian Airliner and the Malaysians actually KNOW where the wreckage is, the obvious comparisons between Obama’s and Reagan’s reactions to the crime have come to the … Continue reading

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Sheltering the chrysalis

Sheltering the chrysaIis By Sarge I looked up the word idiot in a children’s illustrated dictionary and a picture of Harry Reid appeared. If there was any greater Poster Child to evidence the utter and complete disdain the Democrat Party … Continue reading

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Maybe on Tranquility Base By Sarge Josh Earnest (Jay Carney’s replacement) is a bigger “knob” than Carney; and it only took a couple of weeks for him to prove it. Earnest said: “I think that there have been a number … Continue reading

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The season bores on

The season bores on By Sarge Our political season drags on. The candidates have crawled from the protective harbors of self-respect their mothers deposited them in as eggs. Like little turtles and tortoises blinking reflexively into the sunlight they wander … Continue reading

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An unattractive “but”

An unattractive “but” By Sarge Rasmussen says Landrieu leads Cassidy by three points. While this is within the normal range of +/- variances expressed as a “margin of error”, liberal elements could latch onto this like a balloon caught in … Continue reading

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To hallow the day

To hallow the day By Sarge I don’t normally write on holidays. I believe there are so many more people capable of expressing what they feel of the specialness of the particular day made holy by custom and/or design; by … Continue reading

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Practicality lost By Sarge Yesterday I alluded to the chair George Washington sat in for nearly three months of the Federal Convention in 1787. The chair is constructed of mahogany by John Folwell circa 1779. It is of sturdy construction … Continue reading

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