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Roundup

Thought for the day: Shakespeare’s plays are like the musical Cats — deep down everyone thinks they are awful, but some famous critic published a sarcastic review saying how great they were and people took it seriously. Then everyone went along because they didn’t want to look stupid. Let’s just do a quick round of polygraphs and we can end this charade.

Did you get your letter from the Census Bureau telling you that they’ll be sending you a letter next week? Was that a good use of millions of dollars? They insist that it cuts down on personal visits and therefore pays back.   I’m going to do a blog post telling you that I’ll be doing a blog post next week.

Outstanding health care roundup by Haemet. Loved this quote from the WSJ:

The president has one set of Congressional Budget Office cost projections, based on terribly misleading assumptions developed by Congress and the White House, that show it’s possible to provide health-care coverage to 30 million more people, while reducing overall costs and the federal deficit. If that projection makes any sense at all, then it’s too bad we don’t have 60 million uninsured so that we could save twice as much money.

Yes, we do need tort reform — Dad disables daughter via his negligence and disobedience, but the jury isn’t told all the facts so they award him $24.3 million.

Answering the “Sarah Palin is a quitter” charge — Good dialogue suggestions to respond to a common MSM / Liberal meme. If they think Sarah is so bad and so easy to beat, why are they so obsessed with taking her down? Why not wait until after she wins the nomination? Hint: Because she’ll run rings around Obama now that she isn’t hamstrung by the McCain campaign team. Hat tip: Hillbuzz