Shorter Dean Del Mastro: Boo hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo hoo!
I’d have a good deal more sympathy for Del Mastro if he and his colleagues weren’t such loathsome guttersnipes themselves.
Interesting feature from World Focus describing how some ordinary Danes are profiting from wind power.
Time magazine had a glowing feature on “Denmark’s Wind of Change” earlier this year, but whether it really makes economic or environmental sense is debatable. Not to mention the health risks! Be afraid! Be very afraid!
Isn’t it about time this ridiculous abuse of MPs franking privileges be scrapped? There’s never, ever anything substantive or in the least bit informative in these mailings anyway. It’s just party propaganda funded by taxpayers.
MPs would of course still be able to distribute their legitimate quarterly newsletters (if they bother with them) to constituents, but there is absolutely no need whatsoever for taxpayers’ to be footing the bill for what’s tantamount to political junk mail.
Officials say the President’s home teleprompter is simply a tool to make sure pillow talk with Michelle or conversations with his Mother-In-Law go smoothly.
Recently, Obama has been relying more on his personal teleprompter, sending it alone on low-priority meetings and photo-ops.