Thursday, May 17, 2012


An "economic fairness" agenda has emerged as the single, most unifying Democratic idea of the election season. --WaPo 5-15-12

It is not fair for someone to have whatever someone else doesn't have?  I am aftaid I am about to get started.  I can feel my blood simmering, coming to a boil.

Fair, and I repeat myself, is where 4-H kids go to show their pigs and goats.

Oh, you can be so relieved that I restrained myself.


Vee said...

I guess fair is when a person holding office increases his wealth from three million to ten million in three years - and that during bad economic times. At the very least, I think it would be fair for him to tell us where he is investing his money at such a high rate of interest. With our interest rates, we notice only a tiny monthly increase in our accounts.

vanilla said...

Vee, no kidding. Or perhaps one has to have the three million to start with? "Tiny monthly increase"? Does 62 cents qualify as "tiny"?