Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Cruising the Web

George Romney wasn't the squishy moderate that some have painted him as. Also, I was surprised that the GOP convention this year didn't use the photo of Romney that starts off this article.

Spending $14 billion of the stimulus on wind energy hasn't gotten us very much at all.

Nice: Obama supporters are distributing a pamphlet knocking Mormons to black churches in Virginia.

The Obama economy has turned full-time jobs into part-time jobs.

Jonah Goldberg argues that it would be a lovely thing if presidential elections didn't matter so much.

Alas, the government has succeeded in driving Buckeyballs out of business. Another business destroyed by liberals even though there was no evidence of any true health risk.

This is why you shouldn't pay attention to leaked exit polls although we all know we will.

Ah, this is not the tactic of a campaign thinking that it's winning.

Peggy Noonan wonders if we're too busy looking at data that we're missing what is happening.

We're already seeing the rehabilitation of "St. Barack."

Randy Barnett, a proud libertarian, speaks to what he believes is the mistake that is the Libertarian Party. I've always believed that libertarians had a better chance to accomplish its goals by moving the major parties their way than to futilely try to change things from outside the system.

Five reasons why there are gas shortages in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. (h/t Instapundit)

Does FEMA really deserve praise for its actions in the wake of Sandy? Or does it show the failure of blue-state statism?

Just what we should have, ads by Planned Parenthood using toddler girls to ask their mothers to vote so that they can get an abortion when they grow up. Of course, it's so dishonest. Even if the Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade - which is a tremendous if that I don't think would happen, states would still have the decision to make to allow or not allow abortion. And there is no indication that the great mass of states would decide to bar abortion.