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Saturday, November 26, 2022

The Legislative Conundrum

“What in blazes” you may ask “is the matter with our legislators?”

After writing commentaries, blogs and letters for the past 10 years on urgent issues nationally and statewide, I believe that “doing their homework” is only a part of the problem with legislators.

I believe even more there’s a need for what I call “start pooping or get-off the potty” reality.

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His Legacy, I Mean George W. Bush

The subject of my musing for quite sometime now is; Where will George Bush spend his holidays after Jan. 2009? Well he have his Texas Ranch all to himself, he may decide to hide away there till nature calls. Or he may risk many placards and tomato buffeties if he tries any of the resorts in the US, after all he still have 102 secret service men to cater for his security. What about going abroad?

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In a Surprise Move…

Muzz Xpress Press (MUXP*) Presents
In a Surprise Move…
for August 5, 2008

…for those times when you’re sick and tired of reading the real news!

China Announces Olympic Games are Headed to Switzerland

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McCain’s Record of Vet Support Just Another Buffalo Chip

John McCain’s campaign for president recently took him to the annual Sturgis biker rally where he spoke with veterans at the Buffalo Chip Campground. He could not have picked a more appropriate setting to offer up his wife, Cindy McCain, for a topless beauty contest and brag about his record of supporting veterans. He failed on both counts, however, to give these veterans the full McCain:

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Toll plans continue to put special interests over public good

Nowhere is the fight against toll roads stronger than in the state of Texas.

In fact, Texas is the NATIONAL frontier for the fight against Bush and Perry’s plan for the Trans-Texas [Mexico and Canada] Corridor.

The only good toll road is no toll road at all.

But don’t take my word for it… just ask people in New York, New Jersey and California.

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McCain woos biker vote in Sturgis

Thousands of motorcyclists greeted Republican presidential candidate John McCain with an approving roar Monday as he sought blue-collar and heartland support by visiting a giant motorcycle rally.

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Both sides slinging lots of mud

For all the talk about John McCain’s hard-hitting politics, Barack Obama is hardly innocent.

Both candidates and their allies are fully engaged in creating unflattering caricatures of each other that they hope will stick in voters’ minds for the next three months.

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We can’t drive 55…or 65

In 1984, I split the driving with a friend on a trip from north Minnesota to south Texas, some 1,500 miles. He cruised between 75 and 80 mph, with a watchful eye on the rearview mirror and on the radar detector.

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A close race in three key states

Peter Brown and Clay Richards have enough experience between them monitoring national politics to make their views stand out in the near deafening din of babble in the current presidential race. In fact, when it comes to putting things in perspective, the veteran reporters turned demographers are remarkably adept at distillation.

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