Daily Newsline – Thursday, December 9, 2010

Daily Newsline

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Day’s Theme:  Priorities

First thing: Hope (a little bit)

Headline: Ron Paul casts lone vote against House resolution honoring heroic Chinese dissident

It’s been quite a week for American’s most execrable Congressman. Apparently not content to definitively and irrevocably align himself with enemies of America, Ron Paul has decided to make sure everyone knows that he is the only Member of Congress not opposed to brutal totalitarianism. (Hot Air)

My take:  Ron Paul hates freedom? Really? If this meaningless resolution means that, what say you of all the same people in favor of said resolution who vote for us to trade and be buddies with the ‘yellow peril’. Exactly, you’re dumb.

And the other NeoCon hacks are attempting a pile on: Ron Paul Stands With the Totalitarians (Really?!?)

In other dumb news, I think they’re too late, by a year or two.

Headline: Home Values May Drop by $1.7 Trillion This Year

This year’s estimated decline, more than the $1.05 trillion drop in 2009, brings the loss since the June 2006 home-price peak to $9 trillion, the Seattle-based company said today in a statement.(Bloomberg)

My take: There are bigger fish to fry than silly resolutions, imagine that.

Yeah, imagine that.

OH NO! The Yellow Peril Strikes Again!


Favorite Headline of the day: Teen arrested in drive-through spinach attack

Gosh, how embarrassing.

Headline: U.S. fiscal health worse than Europe’s

The U.S. dollar will be a safe investment for the next six to 12 months because global markets are focused on the euro zone’s troubles but America’s fiscal health is worse than Europe’s, an adviser to the Chinese central bank said on Wednesday. (Reuters)

My take: Despite the source (yellow peril! central banker), this should come as no surprise—we’re in trouble.

Maybe he needs to focus on winning, or at least playing better.

Obama appears on ‘Mythbusters’ : Imagine that, bigger fish to fry.

Last thing:  To cap off our theme of the day, remember that no matter how far away you try to run from true priorities…sooner or later… you get cut down (Tell ’em Mr. Cash)



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