Thursday, November 5, 2009

The Noise Machine (11/05/09)

They call it election fatigue, there is no known cure.


Proving that point that, It's not government that's bad but bad government that's typically the problem. This ordinance is certainly NOT bad government.

It's getting a little more difficult to get admitted to the University of Houston. Non-qualifiers will be referred to UH-Downtown, the open admission campus in the University system. *And my Alma Mater by way of full disclosure*

Hi..My name is (insert candidate name here) and we need your money help and support to bring about a Houston we can all be proud of. Please make a donation today. *A better idea, give the money to the Star of Hope Mission and let the candidates fend for themselves*

Because, you know, Eversole is just too strong...

T-t-t-talkin' 'bout my segregation....

From the meeting rooms of the ChronBlog Caucasian Think-Tank: Hey! I've got an idea. Let's write an editorial on a racial issue that's a week past it's expiration date!

Texas Watchdog is at it again.

Charles Kuffner gets an answer to the "Why are some elections not going to a run-off?" question. Courtesy of Mike Sullivan.

I give you: (via KTRK) The prayer. I'm expecting some happy blog fodder to come from this one.

1 comment:

  1. I personally liked the comment in the KTRK article which included the following: "...God destroyed Saddam and Gamora because of this. "

    That's strange: I never heard this used as one of the justifications for going into Iraq! :-)

    ~EdT.

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