1) This is good news for John McCain's campaign! By the way, President Obama has just exceeded, in three years of recovery, the job creation record of eight years of George W. Bush.
2) The UN voted yesterday to impose sanctions on North Korea in response to their continued nuclear testing. Not only did China vote yes, it helped write the resolution. Not surprisingly, this angered Kim Jong Un.
3) Hugo Chavez's funeral will be held today after he succumbed to his lengthy illness. The US will be represented by Congressman Gregory Meeks of New York and former Congressmen Ed Delahunt from Massachussetts.
4) Today is International Women's Day. I can't wait for the first asshat on the right to whine about no International Men's Day.
5) Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post suddenly notices conservatives are doin' it rong. I wonder if she's a vampire, since she clearly doesn't see herself in her own mirror. But it is nice to know that my observation last week that conservatives would start to blow themselves up shortly after the sequester was imposed is coming true. By the way, Paul's was not the most significant filibuster of even that day. This filibuster, you probably didn't ever hear about.
6) Nooooo, ya think????
7) He reminds me of when Willie Mays tried to hang on with the Mets. Go away. Just. Go. Away.
8) Daylight Savings Time begins Sunday morning. Don't forget!
9) Will this round of handshaking and backslapping get Congress to come to the bargaining table in good faith, given the conservative implosion?
10) The more I read, the more I'm convinced that Ashley Judd will run for Senate against Yertle the Turtle from Kentucky.