I sent an interesting link to one of the smartest libertarian bloggers on the net - Karen De Coster. She commented on her website, and my favorite site in the universe - LewRockwell.com! Now I know how Johnny B. Goode felt when he first saw his name in lights.
Congrats Rick, and yes James , Karen might be from Michigan but she is definitely NOT a Yankee.
What next Rick? The Daily Show? Face the Nation? Time magazine man of the year? Remember from where you came.Please promise not to change now that you are famous. I've seen it happen to too many people.
A celebrity in our midst?
Darn! If you'd made it to the Leopold picnic last year, I could brag that 'I knew him when ...'! ~laughing~
This year he will probably be the king of the Leopold Picnic G-Mom. I just hope he doesn't charge for autographs.
Just think, Van ... of all the people you could have met and schmoozed with at the Leopold picnic ... Name recognition when running for office is a big plus, I'd think! ~smiling~
He'd better NOT charge me for an autograph, Info! In fact, he'd better offer to buy me a beer ...
Soon, James! I was looking longingly this evening at the bottle of wine that has a place of honor on the kitchen counter ... but am reserving it for our porch chat.
If he offered to buy you a beer couldn't that be buying a vote?
Well ... yeah, I guess it would be, adidas ... Now, if he promised me free or low-cost health care, that wouldn't be ... ummm ... Would it?
There can be no doubt that I support beer. Make no mistake; it is time that we stopped supporting the status quo, and started buying each other round after round of ice cold refreshing beer. As Americans, it would show the rest of the world what we are made of. Mostly water, barley, malt, yeast, and hops.
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