The Dick Morris article is a hoot. Obama is going into the dustbin of history. Yeah Dick. Is that the dustbin you crawled out of or is it the one much further down the influence dumpster where you have been for quite some time since ...
Since you were talking to Clinton when he was President and you wanted to impress your favorite prostitute so you let her listen in.
It must suck to be you Dick. All that power and you probably blame your fall from grace all on a hooker with loose lips. You would never blame yourself. No, you are trying to make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. You were very powerful and now you are a third rate commentator on a fifth rate television network spouting cornball stuff that is even embarrassing for Fox News. Quite an accomplishment.
They go to right wing talk show hosts and conspire in right wing forums. The most extreme of them are even now gathering in small cell groups and making their plans like in the series "Jericho". I'm concerned if they're pushed too far into the corner somethings going to blow.
"It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness."
My own personal 100 days under Obama and I could not be happier. My taxes are going up. That's OK. I have written parts of five grants under the Obama stimulus package in the past six weeks and just sent in one today for one million dollars for an scientific upgrade of instrumentation. I think I did a good job and it should be funded. I will spend a few days in June down in DC reviewing these grants from others. It is all part of the Obama stimulus which put 300 million into a pot that used to hold 30 million for instruments.
That is only part of the way the Obama stimulus has made cancer researchers very excited about their jobs in the future. I've been doing this for 29 years and I have never seen this before. What does this money do? It is making us all work a lot harder and it is fun. This money primes the pump for the entire biotechnology industry. The long term payoff will take time but it is a certainty and it will hav enormous ramifications.
I was listening to BBC interviewing high school graduates in depressed Kokomo, Indiana this morning. One kid said he was going to college to study stem cell research. Smart kid.
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