Morning Reads — Monday, March 7th

enhanced-29189-1456945954-4

Happy Monday, everyone! I spilt an entire glass of chocolate milk on myself at Waffle House yesterday, because adulting.

Music I listened to the most last weekend: Bonnie Tyler – Total Eclipse of the Heart, Coldplay – Hymn For The Weekend, and M.I.A. – Bring The Noize.

Jawja

Murica

Important

10
Leave a Reply

Please Login to comment
7 Comment threads
3 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
7 Comment authors
The Eiger (aka the NEOCON Hack)Pete GibbonsFreeDuckSaltycrackerWill Kremer Recent comment authors
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
John Konop
John Konop

This was from Morning Joe, and similar opinions have been promoted in the GOP. Rubio has only 30 percent approval rating in his own state, putting his chances for re-election in jeopardy, let alone his run for the white house. Should Rubio focus on rebuilding his brand in Florida, and drop-out, or risk being embarrassed by not winning Florida? Marco Rubio gets massacred ………The Rubio campaign, by contrast, was left humiliated again, cornered into betting their candidate’s political future on a first place finish in Florida. That outcome was made more difficult by tonight’s collapse. If there is anyone around… Read more »

Saltycracker
Saltycracker

I’m dissappointed that Rubio fell way short of expectations but that’s true of about every politician we have elected or supported for years. Social Democracy joined with corporate monopolies is the worst direction we could take, that leaves us with a choice between Trump and Cruz with a reasonable chance the disappointment trend will hold ( but not guaranteed as with Hillary).

Will Durant
Will Durant

Well the rear view is more like a duck than a peep. A balding duck that is:
http://i.imgur.com/uiuNrBg.jpg

I can only assume he considers the comb-over dye job as another part of his brand. Surely he could afford hair transplants.

John Konop
John Konop

If I understand what Clinton wants is the person selling a product and or manufacturing to be held liable for the use of it? If someone buys a car legally, and all disclosers meet proper legal standard ie a car is sold the person runs somebody over and the car lot is liable even though their was no issues with the product, and the car dealer or manufacture have liabilities? How does this make any sense no matter the product ie cars, saws, guns, hammers……? ……Clinton said she supports holding gun manufacturers accountable when crimes are committed with their products.… Read more »

FreeDuck
FreeDuck

Not that I agree with what she wants to do, but car manufacturers do get sued when people die and laws are passed all the time requiring them to have certain safety features. A gun, on the other hand, was designed to hurt people (or animals) so that’s a bit different. Still, there is technology available that would at least prevent some of these accidental shootings of and by 3 year olds, and she might have a point there.

John Konop
John Konop

…….Still, there is technology available that would at least prevent some of these accidental shootings of and by 3 year olds, and she might have a point there… Car manufacturing only gets sued if the had an issue with the product ie bad brakes, airbags…..You can sue a gun manufacturer if it has a product with issues. If we follow your logic we would of destroyed the car industry. What you are advocating that pre seat belt laws consumers should of been able to sue manufactories and car dealers? If you want to change seat belt laws, safety measures on… Read more »

FreeDuck
FreeDuck

If that peep weren’t yellow though… just sayin’.

Pete Gibbons
Pete Gibbons

So I can’t get my $6 Februany sub today?

The Eiger
The Eiger

Of course the SOS office is screwing up the qualifying process. Half of the people that are incumbents are listed not as incumbents on the SOS website. How many years have they been doing this again?