I've been very busy lately with family matters and a long-overdue spring cleaning. (Spring really does hang you up the most.) I'm still too busy to focus much on the news, but here are a couple of things I would talk about if I had time:
- How great Mark Steyn was subbing for Rush yesterday. I'm glad I spent most of the broadcast cleaning my bathrooms, where no young ears would hear him comment (repeatedly) on this really stunning story, a testament to the iron grip of political correctness, its corruption of science, and the fundamental dishonesty of feminism. Unreal.
Mark talked about this, too:
I'm not sure how I'll be able to listen to Mark again today; I'm running out of dirty bathrooms.
- Liberals stalk Rep. Paul Ryan in a weak and dishonest attempt to spin the illusion of grass-roots outrage toward his plan. Pathetic.
- Kudos to Sen. Mitch McConnell:
“I understand that the Majority Leader would like to have a vote on the House-passed Ryan budget and we will,” Mr. McConnell said in a statement. “But we’ll have a vote on the President’s budget at the same time. Since there is no Democrat budget in the Senate, we’ll give our colleagues an opportunity to stand with the President in failing to address the problems facing our nation while calling for trillions in new spending, massive new debt and higher taxes on American energy, families and small businesses across the country.”Must run. Have a great day.
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