He might want to think about writing that concession speech at this time. I hope I’m wrong, but the numbers I’m running don’t look good enough for him to win at this time. It is too close in the states he must win to even think about victory (FL, OH, V). If those states remain as close as they are now, chances are (odds) he will win 2/3 from above, but not 3/3 he needs.
He erred in not mentioning O’care enough on the stump, thoroughly explaining its impact. Also, he should have hammered the inflation that is looming on the horizon. It is goingto kill the middle class.
November 2, 2012 at 1:46pm
I’m probably an oddball, but I get all warm and fuzzy over math. Love it!
I agree with you Dallywama. I found math beautiful, especially calculus and differential equations. I thought the calculus concept of 'limits' was very cool. Too bad people don't like to think. I found math fun. We wouldn't have computers without it. It was a mathematician who came up with the idea of computers. Math is the purest of the sciences because it makes as few assumptions as possible. Everything is proven from a very limited set of properties, axioms, or assumptions; for example, one can add in any order; it's unproveable, but accepted as true because we haven't found a case where it is not true. Assumptions are kept to a bare minimum. All other sciences stray into increasing degrees of opinion, whether they admit it or not. The order of most 'scientific' to least is something like: math, physics, chemistry, biology, social sciences (sociology, psychology, on so on.) Weather and climate is somewhere in the list, maybe after chemistry or biology. If you think about it, most of these subjects require one or more of the preceding subjects.) The more assumptions that are made, the less scientific, but this viewpoint may just be the smugness of mathematicians, because we are the purest of scientists. ;-) Anyway, I found math to be fun and full of adventure. (Sorry, I got carried away. I told you I like the subject!)
November 2, 2012 at 1:15pm
November 2, 2012 at 1:12pm
Translation: If Romney wins, my dad will have to get a job, because one will be waiting for him.
March 9, 2012 at 7:57pm
obvious typos intended
March 9, 2012 at 7:56pm
She is not having the sex she claims to be having’
Who would give this hideous looking creature a good flogging anyway?
I call economic prostitute a la El Rushbo.
Let that runt with a C Gloria try and get me prosecuted for FREE SPEACH and it will be the last man she ever threatens again.
Where's the vegetables? And they confiscated that pre-schoolers lunch?
December 7, 2011 at 6:15pm
That punishment is harsh considering people get less time for murder or pedophelia these days. The real “players” are going to get off without so much as a blemish on their resume. I would have given him 2 years community service with 1 year of in-house.
December 7, 2011 at 6:11pm
This is why it is good that Republicans control the house. Democrats are concerned with butt pirates in the military, while Republicans care about killing terrorists.
2012 is going to shock the conscience of the once proud democrat party. Their own internal polls indicate this trend. It is going to get ugly out there.
November 27, 2011 at 4:22pm
More like an arm tackle. Hardly the sheer force necessary to tweet about being a “tough girl”. I would say Ms. Kellerman is suffering from delusions of grandeur. Cameramen have taken much worse tackles without the need for attention..