Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Best headline ever

Let us know what does, Al, let us know what does.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hunt doesn't even believe what he's saying. His argument is Democrats have to figure out the proper way to run away from Obamacare. His solution--shamelessly lie with the pointless "mend it don't end it" argument, which always means "do everything you possibly can not to change it in the least." Maybe he's right, maybe the voters are just that stupid.

11:53 PM, March 12, 2014  
Blogger ColumbusGuy said...

Is that you, Anonymous? You've really come around.

3:01 AM, March 13, 2014  
Anonymous Denver Guy said...

The "Mend it Don't End It" campaign didn't get very far either. Since the 1990s, the trend has been away from affirmative action, in the courts and state houses and public referenda. We'll see what the S.Ct does with the issue again this year before June.

BTW, I am in favor of affirmative action when practiced in Gov't procurement, just not forcing private parties to practice it, or government using it in the distribution of benefits/entitlements.

7:40 AM, March 13, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's not me. The Florida election either tells us a lot or tells us very little -we won't know until later (which I guess means it really tells us nothing)

8:37 AM, March 13, 2014  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Denver guy seems to be living in a fantasy world where affirmative action is in trouble, rather than a policy completed rejected by the public and the law, yet a part of our lives that can never be removed.

I might add if you oppose government using AA in "distribution of benefits/entitlements" then you have to be against government using it in procurement, which is practically the biggest benefit of all.

10:27 AM, March 13, 2014  

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