Blogus Interruptus…

Jetting to Hawaii to attend my sister’s wedding. Short trip. No time to search for snorkels…just wedding bells. Blogging resumes Friday. Normally I’d say “Behave yourselves” but that doesn’t seem to be the problem these days given the drastic reduction in comments caused by…well…we know why…

Update: I am back but my internet modem is dead. Will take about a week to replace. So the blog will stay shuttered until its fixed barring some big news breaking


6 Responses to “Blogus Interruptus…”

  1. You got the virtually comment-less blog you wanted. Be happy.

  2. have a nice trip

  3. Based on my experience, if the wedding band strikes up “The Rains of Castamere”, run for the exits.

  4. Gutless in their empty threats against Syria, Russia, and Iran, look for Obama and Holder to show tough-guy bravado by beating up some Nevada cattle ranchers. Their selective outrage will be applauded and egged on by the left.

    As Democrats ramp up a midterm version of President Obama’s successful 2012 divide-and-conquer campaign strategy, a new poll shows the limits to that approach. The latest Fox News poll shows that voters have little trust in the president these days, with 61 percent of respondents saying Obama lies about significant issues “most of the time” or “some of the time.” That includes 38 percent of Democrats and 63 percent of independents. This survey goes beyond the conventional “honest and trustworthy” measurement common in polls and tests the loaded term “lie.” For so many to say that the president lies is a big deal in a country where trust in government continues to crater. But there’s a more pressing, practical concern for Democrats as they try to cling to a Senate majority. The Obama 2012 strategy relied on using the trust voters placed in him. Obama could vilify his rival and still claim the high ground because American voters were inclined to take him at his word. That redoubt is no longer accessible to him and his party.

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