In Which Your Humble Blogger strays from the traditional path.
In Which Your Humble Blogger gets all worked up about it, which I suppose I haven’t done for a while, so that’s nice, isn’t it?
In Which Your Humble Blogger wrote this piece before seeing Jon Bernstein’s line that “there’s a high correlation between the impulse to be a budget scold and being world-historically stupid”. Which, you know, lol.
In Which Your Humble Blogger gets annoyed, and then gets annoyed, and now I should really go to bed.
In Which Your Humble Blogger attempts to clarify without collapsing.
In Which Your Humble Blogger disagrees, despite a vague feeling that he will vote for the other one in a week and a bit.
In Which Your Humble Blogger just writes a note to write a note, really. Got to get the stats looking good for the end of the year. In case they audit.
In Which Senator Clinton is visited by James Madison’s ghost, who wears a garland of good ideas he had in life.
In Which Your Humble Blogger dithers about something that seems fairly straightforward, doesn’t it?
One thing that occurs to me about this S-CHIP business is the extent to which the Republican leadership appears to be mean-spirited. This isn’t anything new; it certainly goes back to Ronald Wilson Reagan and his attitudes towards welfare. The…