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25th June
2009
written by Sean Noble

Isn’t timing in life just so strange sometimes?

I’ve been insanely busy with work projects, my daughter Kinsey had successful back surgery this morning (I’m actually sitting next to her as she sleeps right now), and all this news won’t stop breaking!

SC Gov. Mark Sanford has an affair with a lady in Argentina and a really random turn of events that lead to the press conference announcing it. Farrah Fawcett dies.  Michael Jackson dies.  Congressional Democrats are pushing through the largest tax increase in the history of mankind with their Climate Change bill. Obama’s health care plan is really, really expensive and it’s going to be harder to pass than most people had thought.

Any one of those issues could warrant multiple blog posts.  Alas, the timing makes it tough.

I can’t not at least make some comment on Sanford.  I’ve known Sanford since he was elected to Congress in 1994.  He was one of the true revolutionaries.  He kept his personally imposed term-limits pledge and could arguably be the best conservative Governor in the nation.  I have long pined for him to run for President.  I have been devastated since his press conference – which was like a car accident – I couldn’t turn away.

I suppose no one really has control of timing – so I’m reserving the right to go back and blog about some of the topics above later.

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6 Comments

  1. Chelsea
    25/06/2009

    This has been a weird, weird couple of days. Obama and the Dems are actually getting lucky- too many things are happening for anyone to really focus on how terrible the stuff they are pushing through Congress is.

  2. Michael
    26/06/2009

    Hey, have you seen this news article?
    New details about Michael Jackson’s Death Emerge
    I was wondering if you were going to blog about this…

  3. 26/06/2009

    Hey everyone! We have a real serious problem going on over at the Phoenix City Council – cronyism at its best as the revolving door of former city council members gives us all more of the same. Am I the only one that thinks the city council could use some new blood?

    Check out my site @ http://www.phxcouncilclub.com – it’s not very good but SOME coverage is better than none!

    ANGRY IN ARIZONA

  4. MoreNobleBS
    28/06/2009

    Sean,

    Hate to break it to you, but Republicans and affairs is hardly “revolutionary” …

    MNBS

  5. Emma
    29/06/2009

    MNBS~
    Not sure Sean said it was “revolutionary,” but you’re going to read whatever you want, so I won’t argue that point too much. Should he have just ignored Sanford? I’m sure that would have been a problem for you too. Sorry you are so disgruntled.
    Best,
    Emma

  6. quinn
    29/06/2009

    hey hope your daughter is ok, i’ll be praying for her

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