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Thursday, May 17, 2012


In a way, it's really aggravating for the political scandals of the day to revolve around who did what to whom many, many years ago, rather than focus on the most important issue of the day.  That being the lack of employment opportunities in this country.

But it is what it is.

Did Mitt Romney pin a fellow high schooler to the ground while Mitt The Bully (personally, I wish he had more of the bully in him) cut the other dude's hair, a half century ago?  What say we suspend Congress, declare martial law, and call back the troops while we determine that story's validity?


Or, even stranger - can it be stranger? - is the investigation into who it was that Elizabeth Warren's great-great-great-great grandfather slept with back when humans walked on all fours.


I suppose.  If she got her job at Harvard by ... embellishing ... her resumé.  Despite what the media are willing to accept when it comes to Obama when his lips move, a politician's veracity is important.

But Mitt Romney could do me - and all of us - a big favor.

Talk jobs, man.  Provide us with the sense that you know how to fix that which Obama hasn't.

There'll be plenty of time to call out the National Guard, should there be any additional revelations coming out of the John Edwards trial, and save the Republic.