Ha! That was supposed to be ‘delay’, but I’m leaving it.Â The dealy for not having a good post is that when we got back from ukulele night last night, I had my arms full of stuff from the car, and what do you think the only thing I dropped in the snow was?Â Yep, the camera.Â I decided to let it dry out overnight, and there’s no time now or we’ll be late for church.Â Maybe later today.
Then I’m taking over
Lauren doesn’t like it when I post political stuff here, but, what with her being so busy and all, I don’t think she’ll notice for a while. I’ve always sort of thought that the newspapers in the U.S. did a pretty good job of just reporting the news. Sure there might be a little bias one way or the other, but you could pretty much count on what you read being true (don’t tune out yet, I think you’ll find this interesting).
Some of you probably know that I’m hopeful that Ron Paul will be the next Republican party nomination for President. I’m hopeful, and I’m doing my part working toward that goal, but I don’t really expect it to happen. On the other hand, Dr. Paul just came in second in Nevada ahead of McCain, Huckabee, Thompson and Giuliani. He is ahead of Giuliani and just two behind Thompson in the delegate count. Over 90,000 people have voted for him so far in the primaries. And he has probably raised more money, and definitely from more donors in the forth quarter than any Republican candidate. But the New York Times doesn’t list him as a candidate.
Not even on the page. Please don’t tell Brad, this will only make him mad.