Morning Reads for Friday, October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween, Y’all.

Here’s your treat: FOUR days ’til Election Day. charliebrown

Augusta VA Hospital director to resign.
– You keep using that word ‘unpopular.’ It doesn’t mean what you think it means.
– Redstate has a pretty picture on how a certain current Presidential endorsement isn’t helping.
– They should line the streets with mattresses and old tires.
Aubry Price, faker of death and stealer of many things, gets 30 years.
– There’s also some football game this weekend.

Everything is fine. Just fine.
– Just hunkydorie, things are.
– At least they are planning ahead.
– What’s a World Series win without a little riot?
– The House GOP wave.
More election fraud. Nothing to see here, just move along.
– City of Houston withdraws request for pastor’s sermons and speeches. For now.

Random Everywhere:
The Dark Arts of campaign politics.
– Indeed, why not?
Save the onions!



  1. Dave Bearse says:

    David Perdue says “Rick [Allen} and I have the same speech.” They could coordinate their anti-Obama campaigning even more by Rick Allen pledging to vote for a bill of impeachment, and Perdue pledging to convict.

    • Noway says:

      Social media has given the gov’t entities entry into getting our personal info that they’ve been salivating for for decades. They’d never have been able to get a warrant for it. The sheep vomiting out all levels of details about their personal and private lives is truly hilarious.

  2. blakeage80 says:

    Will tomorrow’s morning reads include good dentist recommendations? I might need one after I impose the ‘Dad Tax’ on all candy entering my house.

  3. Harry says:

    “The statement, ‘You can’t legislate morality,’ is a dangerous half-truth and even a lie, because all legislation is concerned with morality. Every law on the statute books of every civil government is either an example of enacted morality or it is procedural thereto. Our laws are all moral laws, representing a system of morality. Laws against manslaughter and murder are moral laws; they echo the commandment, ‘Thou shalt not kill.’ Laws against theft are commandments against stealing. Slander and libel laws, perjury laws, enact the moral; requirement, ‘Thou shalt not bear false witness.’ Traffic laws are moral laws also: their purpose is to protect life and property; again, they reflect the Ten Commandments. Laws concerning police and court procedures have a moral purpose also, to further justice and to protect law and order. Every law on the statute books is concerned with morality or with the procedures for the enforcement of law, and all law is concerned with morality. We may disagree with the morality of a law, but we cannot deny the moral concern of law. Law is concerned with right and wrong; it punishes and restrains evil and protects the good, and this exactly what morality is about. It is impossible to have law without morality behind the law, because all law is simply enacted morality.” – Antonin Scalia

  4. saltycracker says:

    More good news: reptiles (gators) don’t move well in chilly, windy weather…..and it make an early trip to Jax

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