September 30, 2008
From wizbang, regarding the bailout:
If the Treasury simply took the $700 Billion and started paying off taxpayer mortgages, they could pay off every mortgage in the country worth less than $75,000… Or put another way, $700 Billion could pay off well over half of all outstanding first mortgages in the entire country.
(h/t Rush Limbaugh)
September 29, 2008
September 27, 2008
It’s almost unbelievable because it is unbelievable, Joe. Joe forgets to mention McCain’s (refundable) tax credit for health insurance. If your employer provides health insurance for you, that tax credit is tax cut for you. As someone who is self employed, I already pay income taxes on the money I’ve spent on health insurance. This would help me out, too.
September 25, 2008
I knew there was a reason why I voted for Bill Clinton (twice). These clips are all from the past week.
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September 24, 2008
(Yum except for David Caruso(really?) and John McEnroe (you got to be kidding) and it is a little depressing that some of the guys in the clip are my age or younger)
September 21, 2008
Bitch did something nice for herself and bought a new keyboard and mouse. Very futuristic shit here. Both are wireless (I know, I’m slow to adapting to new technology). Loving them. Made by the very upscale sounding Kensington corporation. The keyboard is so fancy, I feel like I’m at the helm of the fucking Star Trek Enterprise while typing this blogging gold. Look at all my buttons!
I have no idea what any of them do but that’s not the point. I kinda miss the “clack, clack, clack” sound of my old keyboard but at least now I can stealth blog (teh kittehs are getting suspicious).
Why didn’t I do this sooner? No cord. No nasty roller ball that you have to clean out every few months so that it will work right. One thing I would’ve changed: the sides of the mouse have these rubbery ribs. Comfortable, for sure, but it is sure to be a dirt collector. (and don’t make fun of my mouse pad; Cammie’s Moments in Time is a fine floral establishment.)