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Dale’s Observations For 2010-05-18

Cass Sunstein, Obama’s regulatory czar, thinks that bloggers should be forced to link to opposing viewpoints. | #

First results in KY Senate race: Rand Paul 49%, Trey Grayson 43%. #

Bristol Palin has signed on with Single Source Speakers to give lectures at $15kto $30k. She must be very wise. | #

Amazon says Kindle reader for Android devices is coming soon. That will be nice for my HTC Incredible. | #

With 20/20 hindsight, Shell will pre-position a concrete coffer dam in the arctic for containing any oil leaks. | #

Alabama math teacher tries to teach geometry by by explaining shooting angles for assassinating Obama. | #

Dow drops another 115 points on worries about the €. Is the European Currency on its last legs? | #

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    7 Responses to Dale’s Observations For 2010-05-18

    • You call it 20/20 hindsight. I call it learning from your mistakes.

      Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
      — The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution

      F*ck Cass Sunstein and the legalize he whores around. 

    • Anyone that can’t find opposing opinions on the internet is too dumb turn on their computer, so why bother.
      I am sure Sunstein has an intern or someone turn on his  computer for him every morning, make up a list of opposing websites, and type them into his computer for him.
      If only he could spell ‘Google’.

    • I wonder if Cass Sunstein would allow links on the IRS web site to hints on tax avoidance ?
      Maybe links at the EPA to industry lobbying groups or to all groups who made “public comments” on pending regulations.

    • So the plan is to make the internet as annoying as hell.

    • Q&O already has an opposing viewpoint mechanism built-in – the Erbulator 3000.