I used to smile knowingly, which is another way of saying "smirked," when someone would tell me they didn't go to funerals because it was more important to show respect while the person was still alive.
President Obama is a radical socialist... as evident by none of his policies or anything he's ever said. He's a radical because his opponents call him a radical. They dubbed his signature market-based health care law a government takeover of health care. It's not. It's RomneyCare, the most milquetoast of all the Cares. Still, Congress has voted to repeal it more than 60 times.
Leading up to the New Hampshire primary we were told over and over that unlike Iowa Republicans (who are typically more conservative and evangelical), New Hampshire Republicans tend to be more moderate and levelheaded.
A couple months ago I said goodbye to an old friend. She was a reliable, dependable member of the family for eight years - our 2004 blue sedan Saab, model 9-5. She was a Swede; a country that gave also gave us Pippi Longstocking, Ikea and ABBA. Over the years we owned three Saabs.
San Francisco leftists have once again decided to inflict another socialist utopia on an unsuspecting South American nation. What's more, just like at Jonestown, a popular liquid is playing a prominent role.
Once again, New Hampshire has demonstrated it is as different from the rest of the country as the Himalayan Mountains are from Jack in the Box's seasoned curly fries. Like green sand and aluminum crockpots. As Dorothy almost said after being whisked away by a tornado, "We're not in Iowa anymore, Toto."
What a wild night in New Hampshire! In the words of one political reporter, "The voters sent a powerful anti-Washington message." A xenophobic Republican demagogue "stoked citizen anger against the inside-the-Beltway establishment, loudly invoking the '30s populism of Huey Long." The triumphant candidate fed off the "anxieties" of his fans. He "speaks his mind and damns the consequences."