It appears that Ann Coulter likes Duncan Hunter as much as I do. That, of course, means that Hunter is the best qualified, so why is he a virtual unknown? Needless to say, that says much more about Ann Coulter's ability to influence people than it does about mine.
Alan Greenspan, the guy who, almost single-handedly ruined the stock market in 2000 and subsequently ruined interest on your savings accounts, now feels a bailout of fools who bought into variable rate mortgages is in order. This raises a bit of nostalgia: remember those days when people retired from their careers in Washington and just died?
Joe Lieberman has endorsed John McCain. Interestingly, both men approximate their entire constituencies in their respective parties. I lost friends defending John McCain back when, and I'm not particularly thrilled that I'd have gained a friend in Lieberman had I remained a McCainiac.
I recently bragged that I'd finally mastered Windows 98. Then I bought a new Dell computer. I'm returning it. Dell's technical support staff, aka, India, has been very courteous and helpful on those (rough guess) several hundred occasions I've contacted them since the computer arrived last week. It''s Vista that is not ready for prime time, and unfortunately, it and the computer are inseparable. Turns out, hate and marriage don't go together like a horse and carriage.