August 29, 2007

The CQ Rollercoaster

It's been a fun day at CQ -- the comment scripts still have their problems, and once again they locked me out of the site and dented my blog output, as well as other work-related issues that I had to put aside. We've unknotted most of them, and I'm reopening comments once more.

Tonight, I'm making the last of my weekday appearances at the Minnesota State Fair for AM 1280 The Patriot. Tonight my co-host will not be Mitch Berg but Colonel Joe Repya, a local legend and a tremendously fine man. We'll talk about Iraq with Col. Repya, who served multiple tours there, especially about the latest developments. We will also talk politics regarding the special session for the bridge, the problems with the primaries, and maybe even get to John Edwards' sacrifice offsets. If you get the chance, be sure to listen on the Internet stream at the station's web site from 5-8 pm CT.

Also, Eric Dondero had a great show last night on BlogTalkRadio's Libertarian Politics Live. Don't miss his interviews with Robert Rector, who we just interviewed, and Michigan GOP chair Saul Anuzis, who made a direct appeal to Ron Paul supporters.


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Comments (4)

Posted by Dave | August 29, 2007 3:23 PM

a direct appeal to Ron Paul supporters.
Not getting enough moonbat traffic as it is, so you thought you'd put out some more bait? ;^)

Posted by leftnomore | August 29, 2007 3:42 PM

When I leave a comment using Mac Safari, clicking the "post" comment button causes the process bar to freeze, acting like it can't post. However, the comment does get posted, but I have to cancel out of the frozen screen to go check it. I haven't tried any other browsers to see if they do it, or if it's a Mac thing.

Posted by starfleet_dude | August 29, 2007 4:01 PM

With even Norm Coleman this afternoon calling on Larry Craig to resign from the U.S. Senate, it's fair to say that the torches and pitchforks are out. I suppose the GOP has to overcompensate now due to several past sex scandals over the past year, and Craig is the sacrificial pol since his state's governor will appoint a Republican successor if he goes.

Posted by Dave | August 29, 2007 4:57 PM

leftnomore, I'm seeing similar behavior on Windows with Firefox.

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