Sunday, November 2, 2008

Steyn: Fugitives, Leaks, and ... Plumbers?

Did you remember to set your clock back before you went to bed?

If I were Joe the Plumber, I'd ask Aunt Zeituni if I could move in. It's his best chance of a quiet life.
It isn't Daylight Saving Time anymore, but it's always Double Standard Time.


  1. Anymouse @ 4:39
    I couldn't help but notice that you didn't mention 9-11 as one of the things you wish we could un-do. I wonder why?

  2. I'm sorry, D4. I did it again. I found the comment entirely off-topic, even with the play off DST. Here, is Anon. 4:39's comment restored:

    Its too bad for America that we couldn't have a time machine. That way we could have a "daylight savings" time on the last 8 years and roll back the clock on the debacles of Iraq, Katrina, and this year's stock market crash.

    God help President Obama with the challenges he's going to face... we are in a bad way right now and we are up against consequences of serving the darker angels of our own nature over the last few years.

  3. OK, folks, it's officially worse:

    The Feds are on the case.

    My "favorite" quote:

    Obama's campaign strategist David Axelrod said people are suspicious about stories that surface so close to an election.

    Pot, kettle, ugh.


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