Today’s Nic Kristoff column is ridiculous. http://www.nytimes.com/2008/12/18/opinion/18kristof.html?ref=opinion
Here’s the quote that gets me: “One of industry’s objections is that soft drinks aren’t the only problem. That’s true, and I’d love to see a “Twinkie tax” as well.”
The nanny staters keep using over-hyped health or environmental concerns as an excuse to climb inside our kitchen cabinets and tax everything in there. Equating soda pop with cigarettes? Sure, and potato chips equal cocaine.
“The task of weaning various people and groups from the national nipple will not be easy. The sound of whines, bawls, screams and invective will fill the air as the agony of withdrawal pangs finds voice.” -Linda Bowles
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I am emailing you to provide you with our Press Release from the Saddle Up Texas Straw Poll (R) about an upcoming event, Jan.12-14 at Minute Maid Park.
LARGEST STRAW POLL EVENT IN TEXAS HISTORY PLANNED IN JANUARY
The largest straw poll event in Texas history is set for January 12-14, 2012, in Minute Maid Park of Houston. The straw poll produced as a three-day convention includes a lineup of renowned personalities and conservative leaders from throughout Texas and the nation. The list includes such notables as Dick Armey and Matt Kibbe, Founders of Freedom Works, Apostle Claver, Founder of Raging Elephants, Tito “The Builder” Munoz, Sam Malone, and a host of equally exceptional speakers along with presidential and senatorial candidates as well as workshops from Freedom Works, and local presenters on subjects like “Convention 101”, “Living by the Constitution…”, “Texas Political Action” and more. The Convention offers attendees a chance to mingle with candidates, personalities, and be involved with sharing their views with local radio stations broadcasting live as well as making their voices heard in the straw poll.
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Is it me or does your Gator helmet not format correctly? Do you remember the game when the UM beat Florida by playing the waterboy at QB when they ran out of QBs at practice? 1953 from the book “Gene Ellenson, A Gator Legend” ( our next door neighbor in Coral Gables before he moved to Gainesville.) Love your blog