Semi-Daily Misc. Journal 4-05-2012

(NOTE: This posting originally appeared in the now-defunct Last Days Bulletin blog. It is Copyright 2012, Bay State Conservative News. Follow me on Twitter – @Sunking278)

Mr. Harper is as baffled as the rest of us as to why Obama rejected the expansion of the Keystone XL pipeline. Certainly, the man has been placed in a very awkward position now. Canada has been selling discounted oil to the U.S. for years, but that is about to come to an end, simply out of economic necessity for the Canadians. I pray that by 2017 we will have a president who is not anti-energy and that our two sister nations can finally work out a deal that will make us both finally energy-independent from the Middle East. Until then, we are going to suffer through continued high gas prices, and that may be the least of our worries …  Massive voter fraud – in the form of forged signatures – allegedly helped Obama and Hillary Clinton get on the Indiana primary ballot in 2008. Four state Democratic officials are now facing felony charges … An elementary school in Bellingham, MA, has removed all music from an upcoming assembly following a controversy over whether the name of ‘God’ could be used in a rendition of Lee Greenwood‘s ‘God Bless the U.S.A.’ The school had asked the children to sing ‘we love the U.S.A.’ in place of the original lyrics, but parents were furious. Yes, even here in liberal Massachusetts, most parents want traditional values upheld in our schools, and Bellingham is a rural town in an area of the state that is hardly a bastion of liberal activism …

Why is morning television so bad? The worst of the worst, of course, is MSNBC‘s elitist snob fest, Morning Joe. I’m not even going to go into how nauseating that program is. CNN is completely out of the question at any time of the day. Aside from a few of the GOP debates, I have not watched the network since they fired Lou Dobbs. Fox & Friends is quite possibly the dweebiest program on television, only rivaled by ESPN‘s ultra-dorky Sports Nation (and probably a host of other shows I’ve never been so unfortunate to see.) Fox Business has Don Imus, who is not nearly as entertaining since his longtime sidekick, Charles McCord, retired. Still somewhat watchable, but not the same as it once was. The two Mikes on ESPN 2 do nothing for me. Oh well, I guess there’s always Washington Journal, but that program can be incredibly tedious to watch at times …

When Rick Santorum loses his home state next week, he better drop out. And I hope as many as possible of his delegates pledge their votes to Newt. But watch the gutless coward, Santorum, endorse Romney

Other Headlines of Note:
Debbie SchlusselOUTRAGE: Dhimmi judge dismisses charges against Muslim thug football players who attacked Christian
Boston HeraldOccupiers take over State House, squatting on steps to protest MBTA vote


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