Wednesday, February 20, 2008

A link to check out.

Over at her website, there is a great piece of writing by Tina Sablan about money requests from the public. Tina has some interesting and important points about the wrongness of the legislators' discretionary budget.

In other news, oil broke $100 per barrel for the first time, which of course isn't good for the CNMI. Obama won his ninth straight primary. Sure looks like Hillary is going down and that's probably not a bad thing. If this is her argument, she deserves to be trounced: “This is the choice we face: One of us is ready to be commander in chief in a dangerous world." What exactly makes her ready?
I got some, of course, anonymous comment today that was something to the effect of, "hey bald asshole, comment moderation is so antiquated, if you don't post this comment, I won't comment here again."

That's kind of like saying "if you won't let me be a douchebag, I'll stop being a douchebag, but please encourage my gutless douchebaggery." That was an easy click of the reject button.


The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

How about the news about Castro? I think that is the biggest story of the day.

Jeff said...

He's got his equally horrid family to do the same stuff he was doing. It would be bigger if he just died.

saipanboonieman said...

never mind castro. how about all the reports over here in the mainland about obama's appearances/speeches employing staged fainting of women so as to convey a more "human" image of him. there are even several youtube videos of all the "similarities" at his different campaign appearances. see here:

of course, its assumed to be orchestrated by the right...... what do you think?

Jeff said...

That's exactly the kind of BS that allows someone like George Bush to become president. War in Iraq, $9 trillion in debt, college, medical and child care costs skyrocketing, and fainting women at a meaningless rally shows up on the radar screen. The media is an embarassment.

The Saipan Blogger アンジェロ・ビラゴメズ said...

I haven't gotten too many nut job comments lately.