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June 8, 2010

I wasn’t sure which one I liked better…

by Chris

… as quote of the day yesterday, so I just decided to post them both today:

First, from Travis Corcoran:

Let’s call it “phase 1?

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/07/us/pol…

Democrats Skip Town Halls to Avoid Voter Rage

In a better world, the headline would read “Democrats Hide in Secret Bunkers to Avoid Voter Bullets”, but I’ll take what I can get.

Can’t find a single thing to disagree with there…

And next from my man Borepatch:

Welcome to the alternative energy future: unreliable, intermittent power at more than twice the price of traditional generation.

When you dress the “Progressive” agenda up in the white lab coats of the scientists, it’s still agenda. Badly designed, poorly thought out, unreliable and expensive, and which generates more pollution than how things are done today. But it advances the control of the Progressives over society. It’s about power all right, just not the sort that comes out of the outlet.

Can all the lefties please just shut up about the “Republican War on Science” now?


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