Where is the “REDO” button?
This week has been the latest version of the perfect storm on why it seems appropriate to say, how about we punt on all the presidential candidates and press the REDO button.
Back to Square One
More on Andrew Cuomo
(okay, what follows below is a bit dated because the only visible thing this week is actually a positive)
The Bush Doctrine
More on the Gibson interview
Obama’s Challenge: The campaign speaks to “Radicalism.”
Obama and Ayers
Pushed Radicalism On Schools
Barack’s Glass House
Victor Davis Hanson
Interview with Katie Couric
No coal plants, either
And none of the above even touches how, under George Bush, we are seeing the nationalization of the financial sector of the economy. A fitting conclusion for a man who brought us outrageous domestic spending increases, NCLB, and the new Medicare spending program.
Then there is the proposal to ban short-selling. Heck, why don’t we just turn over all matters to control by Washington politicians and bureaucrats since they seem to understand everything better than the rest of us.
Or touches the likes of Nancy Pelosi or Harry Reid, neither of whom is capable of talking about public policy issues such as energy here and here (or theology issues, in Pelosi’s case) without sounding like a buffoon.
Where is the REDO button? Too bad we can’t send all of Washington’s politicians and bureacurats on an extended vacation. Even a paid vacation as long as they all got out of town so they stopped messing with our freedom and our hard-earned monies!
Creeping socialism is shifting into galloping mode right in front of our eyes. Scary.