Jared Polis Calls For Public Option

The Boulder Daily Camera reports that: “U.S. Rep. Jared Polis, a Boulder Democrat, is calling for the Senate to include a public option in its health care bill.” Polis and fellow freshman Democrat Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, are asking other members … Continue reading

Current Democrat Strategy On ObamaCare?

Breitbart reports that Democrat congressional leaders are uniting around their last, best hope for salvaging ObamaCare. Although they don’t have 60 votes in the Senate anymore and Scott Brown has promised to vote against it the Democrat leaders say they … Continue reading

Are You In The Mainstream Or Are You A Member Of The Political Class?

Here is a test you can give yourself to determine whether you are in the mainstream of voters or if you are a member of the political class. First, the term “mainstream” might be a little misleading. It isn’t used … Continue reading


At a rally for Coakley in Boston, Obama mocked Scott Brown for driving a pickup truck (only “bitter clingers” drive pickups) and called him a “lockstep Republican,” but didn’t create much excitement, apparently. UPDATE: 10:05 P.M. ET Brown 19 points … Continue reading

The One To Arrive This Afternoon With His Magic Wand And Save The Democrats From The Mongol Hoards, i.e., The People

The One We Were Waiting For, His Majesty Obama, Most Merciful, will arrive this afternoon to sprinkle pixie dust and save Massachusetts from Scott Brown and preserve it for SEIU, ACORN, The New Black Panthers, AARP, Big PHARMA, NPR, MSNBC, … Continue reading

Why Am I Obsessed With Massachusetts?

Readers of this blog know that I am obsessed with the special election to the U.S. Senate to be held next Tuesday in Massachusetts. I live in Colorado and Wyoming. I have visited Massachusetts once in the last ten years. … Continue reading

Ben Nelson Booed At A Pizza Parlor In Nebraska

From the Politico: Nebraska Sen. Ben Nelson and his wife were leaving dinner at a new pizza joint near their home in Omaha one night last week when a patron began complaining about Nelson’s decisive vote in favor of the … Continue reading