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Good news sorta, kinda?

Leslie Brown

Is the plummeting popularity of O-Great-One actually “good news”? Are Americans starting to pull their heads from the deep recesses of their sphincters? Are they beginning to realize that morals and integrity matter?

I’m hoping so. Fortunately I was born into a family with a good sense of humor. If there is something you can’t do a dang thing about, then laugh about it, and make the best of it. If there is something you can do, then fight like h*ll.

On our Unhyphenated America Facebook page, we mix things up with postings of hard truth, and then some good clean fun. Our rationale is that if we don’t have a good laugh occasionally, we will all be inclined to chop off our own heads.

Let’s see what Obama’s former carnival barker, Jay Carney has to say as of late:

“I think the Democratic candidates you know have to sort of thread this needle very carefully because it is true that when you have an unpopular president of your party, you don’t want to be associated with him. You know, your opponents are probably running ads linking him to you and you want to keep your distance…..

“Look, it’s not a good dynamic for Democrats out there. Their goal has to be, in this cycle, to run local and state races and not have their races be nationalized. Because if they’re nationalized, they’re going to be hurt by the overall perception of President Obama right now.

“I think what we’ve seen in the polls so far is we haven’t seen a national wave yet. There’s still time for that to happen. There’s no question it’s going to be a good year for Republicans and a bad year for Democrats. The question is how good and how bad.”

http://www.westernjournalism.com/even-jay-carney-admits-democrats-doomed/?utm_source=adblade&utm_medium=insideWJreferral&utm_campaign=right-rail

(For any fellow math nerds….Pascal’s work on the binomial coefficients was to lead Newton to his discovery of the general binomial theorem for fractional and negative powers.)
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