You've noticed how the media take out the Democratic candidates, one by one? First Edwards. (Gawd! He gets his hair cut? Who ever heard of such a thing?) Now Clinton. (Such an unfeeling crybaby.) Then Obama. (We really haven't been fair, have we? We need some balance on Obama. We should really look at his shockingly radical background, shouldn't we?) Check back in late October, to see whether that last was right.
So I'm depressed. I can't tell whether I'm seeing the future, or just fearing it. Either way I see McCain, which isn't easy since the man's so crooked he can hide behind spiral staircases. (Not my own. Wodehouse.)
Meanwhile, every minute of every day the evidence for getting rid of the rancid Republican greaseballs gets more crushing.
In spring, an old coot's fancy turns to taxes, so I've started looking around for information. And the first thing that clobbers me over the skull is this:
I'm sure making it harder for underpaid teachers to buy school supplies for their underfunded schools will solve the nation's fiscal problems.
I didn't even notice when they slipped in these extra cuts, to join the thousands of others.