Dear Readers: I have a few items to share today before I start my profit-making activities.
A summary of my thoughts on Obama speech last night can be found here:
My husband, Horemheb, indicated that the O-bots crashed the House of Representatives email system. If you appreciate one of the House plans proposed, or simply don’t like Obama’s scare tactics, let them know. If you liked Boehner’s speech, let him know. A Legal Insurrection fan, Rose, added more contact information that I would like to share:
CONTACT JOHN BOEHNER:
Office of the Speaker
H-232 The Capitol
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-0600
Fax: (202) 225-5117
◼ E-MAIL via webform: http://www.speaker.gov/Contact/
◼ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/OfficeofSpeakerBoehner
◼ TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/SpeakerBoehner
Eric Cantor……….. (202) 225-2815…………(202) 225-0011
Paul Ryan………….(202) 225-3031………..(202) 225-3393
Mitch McConnell.. (202) 224-2541………….(202) 224-2499
Jon Kyl…………… (202) 224-4521………….(202) 224-2207
… let them know you appreciate what they are doing. Braveheart: “Hold! Hold! Hold!”
Look at that picture, I see some good hair. You know another person in the news who has good hair? Rick Perry. I came across an interesting article I wanted to share: Dear Yankee — Eight things you ought to know before you start writing stories about Rick Perry. You’re welcome.
5. Perry is not a male hair model. The late Molly Ivins coined the nickname Governor Goodhair, and it has stuck, especially with liberals and journalists from up north. It is true that Perry has a much-remarked-upon coif, but don’t let this lead you to assume that he’s soft, or feckless, like that other recent walking shampoo ad, John Edwards. Perry is a hard man. He is the kind of politician who would rather be feared than loved—or respected. And he has gotten his wish. Perry does not have many friends in the Legislature.