Wednesday, February 13, 2008

At the End of the Day

Is it the end of the day already? Seems like we had an end only yesterday....

  • Is it the errant mixing of oxycontin & Viagra® that makes him crazy, or is it something that comes to Rush naturally? It seems he loved McCain, before he hated him, before he loved him again.
"If I really wanted to torpedo McCain, I would endorse him," Limbaugh said on his radio show. "Because that would send the independents and liberals who are going to vote for him running away faster than anything."
That Rush; he's tricksy & false. I was so this close to jumping aboard the BS Express.
A home builders' group on Tuesday halted donations to federal congressional campaigns over concern that Congress and the Bush administration have not done enough about the housing slump and the economy.
In deciding between his one-time rivals, Edwards appears deeply divided. Several former advisers likened his thought process to a heart-versus-head split -- with his heart favoring Sen. Barack Obama's strong message of change, and his head attracted to Clinton's tested nature and commitment to tough fights.
Usually, a candidate who's "suspended" his campaign and only holds onto 26 delegates might not seem to be worth courting; but, I don't think either Senator Clinton nor Obama would chase away an extra 26 delegates at the present time.
  • If there's anything more political than a presidential campaign, it's a dog show. Score one for the good guys.
All he wants to do is play.

Let the fancy-cut French poodles prance with their pompoms, let the flowing Afghan hounds fly around the ring. The tiny beagle is happy to dig his nose in the dirt and make a little mischief.

Good ol' Snoopy.

The only dog consistently listed among America's popular breeds for nearly 100 years. But definitely not a show dog.

Until now. Make way for the rise of beagle! Come, Uno, come.

A tri-colored package of personality, Uno put himself in position Tuesday night to become the first beagle to win best in show at Westminster, the nation's No. 1 pooch event.

Barking and baying up a storm, Uno lived up to his name Tuesday night by becoming the first beagle to win best in show at the Westminster Kennel Club.

The nation's new top dog was clearly the crowd favorite, and drew a standing ovation from the sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden when he was picked.