Saturday, October 25, 2008

Since I've Been Gone

I have found a couple of new blogs to enjoy. The entire stable of bloggers at The Atlantic is good. I've read Andrew Sullivan for years now. And recently, I have become hooked on Marc Ambinder for good and fair election news, and Ta-Nehisi Coates for a true heartfelt liberalism from an entirely different perspective than my own. Another good site for liberal perspective is Matt Yglesias' at Think Progress. I'm sure I'll think of more after I sign off, but those will do for now.

Seuss Meets Palin

To very funny results.


You want some evidence of McCain supporter desparation? Look no further than The Corner. Here is the full quote from the National Review's On-line editor, Kathryn Jean Lopez, speaking of the new arrow in John McCain's quiver:

You know, he could bring out some crowds in some battleground states. If I were the McCain campaign, I'd beg him to campaign all next week.
Who is this rallying savior of the McCain campaign? It is too obvious: It is Fred Thompson. Fred Thompson? Yes. Fred Thompson. He who received 13% of the Republican vote in Iowa, and reached his peak at 25% of the REpublican vote in Wyoming.

Saturday, October 18, 2008

I'm Back and Better than Ever

It's Better Left Said went unattended for too long. Now I'm back and re-energized to help (in the last few days) make Barak Obama our next President. After that, I'll just be spewing my thoughts on whatever catches my fancy. But most importantly, we now have to win an election. So let's go!