The Roundup-August 11, 2008

August 11, 2008

  • An the Bolivarian beat goes on….
  • All pain, 0 gain.  Robert Ferguson lets tells the Shaftesbury Society that, if North Carolina emissions were to go to 0, no campfires, nothing, that China would make up for the lost emissions in only 31 days.  The Locker Room says that they’ll post the entire thing later today. 
  • C’mon why would we actually want an experienced President?  I mean, it’s not like he makes decisions that have an impact on the entire world…wait, never mind.  The next-big-thing, Bobby Jindal, explains why Obama’s statements about Russia and Georgia were that far off.
  • The Chearleader, Larry Kudlow, on public support for drilling…”Nearly two-thirds of Americans (64 percent) support offshore oil drilling, according to a new Rasmussen poll. And 42 percent say offshore oil drilling would have the biggest impact in terms of reducing oil prices. Only 20 percent of Americans now oppose offshore drilling. And in terms of reducing oil prices, building more nuclear plants and developing more fuel-efficient cars rate only 16 percent.”


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