Around the Horn Friday
First round from Tommywonk with his post about how about this on how to get something done in Leg Hall. Our man Tommy is even quoted (again) in The New Journal. This is a fine example of why government should be at the lowest possible level. It gives the electorate a stronger voice and they can directly challenge politicians who attempt to thwart their will. Bottoms up lad, we're moving on.
Next round is Delaware Curmudeon with a story about semantic squabbling and interservice rivalry that's going to cost you and me $16MM. I'm guessing we're a little past the use of "Find and Replace" at this point but with government, who knows? Down the hatch lassie, we're moving on.
Down With Absolutes has been quiet this week. Highlights include an animated discussion on the merits and morality of the death penalty as well as a snarky shot at the President. Finish up lads, we're moving on
Next round is courtesy of DelawarePolitics who are focusing in on transparency this week. They're in with a double shot including video. Down in one, we're moving on.
Round four (or five I guess) is from Kavips who's like a hound dog on a scent when it comes to Bluewater Wind. This week he's used Gary Stockbridge's comments as a springboard for an eloquent metaphor and analysis of power production and delivery. Also, don't miss the Interesting Exchange which will have your cringing for the poor confused Mr. Booth. A wink, a nod and another round, we're moving on.
Hoist another thanks to Delaware Watch who's watching the smoldering ashes of the DEGOP. Graciously noted that there is no gravedancing. Finish your drink gentlemen, we're moving on.
Merit Bound Alley notes two cases of human rights refugees facing
Jokers To The Right buys the next one. Ryan is annoyed with Daylight Savings Time. A gripe I share and am mystified that 19th century farmers are still driving our timetables. He's also asking who should McCain tap for Veep. The correct answer is Newt Gingrich. Hurry up please, it's time and we're moving on.
Mike is buying this one and he's waxing philosophical about minor things. After a moment of reflection, drain your glass we're moving on.
Over to Digital Federalist has fired up the Wayback Machine to show Biblical support for limited government and looking inside to see what kind of change he can personally contribute to. A furrowed brow and deep reflection required on that one. Chug. We're moving on.
The deluge that is
DelawareLiberal is running an online fundraiser for Delaware's Democrat party candidates. I guess the unstoppable juggernaut that is the DEGOP has them quaking in their boots and they know they need to get on the fundraising ball. Dry sarcasm makes me thristy. Down the hatch, we're moving on.
Felix buys one for the team. He's tilting at the PC Windmill again but this time defending Democrat Geraldine Ferraro. At the other end of the spectrum he notes the despicable comments of Obama's preacher. A grim nod and a big drink, we're moving on.
Last round, I'll buy. Cheers to one and all for joining me in Around The Horn Friday. For next week, I nominate Nancy.