It’s a slow day for news, and that’s OK, because I’m tired. I’m current with replies. This may be my last post before Wednesday, because tomorrow, I have another doctor appointment way far away, and Tuesday is a volunteer day in the prison.
Jig Zone Puzzle:
Today’s took me 3:45 (average 4:11). To do it, click here. How did you do?
From MoveOn: This Astounding Conflict Of Interest Might Cost Us The Affordable Care Act
Now you know why I call him Teabugger Thomas.
From Washington Post: Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels of Indiana thought long and hard before deciding not to run for president. Now, with Mitt Romney the likely nominee, he’s professing no interest in joining the GOP ticket as a vice presidential candidate.
Daniels says that if Romney came calling, Daniels would “demand reconsideration” and send Romney a list of people he thinks would be better suited for the job.
I think it likely that all the serious choices will bail, as Daniels and Bush have, leaving Switch Hit Mitt with an even more vulnerable running mate.
From Huffington Post: Former Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Lieberman won’t say whom he’s supporting in November.
"I’m going to try to stay out of this one," Lieberman told Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday." Lieberman, an independent senator from Connecticut who caucuses with Democrats, controversially endorsed John McCain (R-Ariz.) over Barack Obama in the 2008 election.
I bet he just wants to be an equal opportunity lobbyist, feigning allegiance to both sides of the aisle. This SOB breaks the despicability scale.
Update: Care2’s login server is still fried.