Monday, November 8, 2010

HOT5 Daily 11/8/2010

1. "Conservatives, It’s Time to Grow the Hell Up." Excellent points. 

Representative Sample: If we conservatives ever hope to remain in the majority for more than an election or two, we are going have to figure out how to marry the outsiders with the establishment without blunting the strengths of either one. If we can do that, then perhaps we can figure out how to capitalize on the wins of candidates like outsiders Marco Rubio and Ron Johnson and insiders like Dan Coates and Rob Portman to grow a majority. 

2. "Here we go again: Angering our "traditional allies" " Don't worry, things that are bad if Republicans do them are just fine as long as Democrats are in charge. 

Representative Sample: Of course, no where will you read in the New York Times or see on any non-Fox network that the Obama administration has shown contempt for international opinion or our "traditional allies."

3. "Suicide Bombers as Weapons" Interesting look at suicide bombers.  

Representative Sample: Suicide terror of the scale of the Islamic terror is relatively a new phenomenon. According to Dr. Lt Col (res) Anat Berko, Criminologist from the Institute for Counter Terrorism (ICT), the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, the Palestinian terror groups developed a sophisticated method for identifying, recruiting, and indoctrinating potential suicide bombers by exploiting personal hardships and cultural weaknesses of traditional Arab society.

4. "God Hates Deer" Especially gay deer. 

Representative Sample: I’m not saying that every dead deer I’ve seen along the roads has been a gay or bi- deer. After all, it’s widely suspected that God has phenomenally bad aim.

5. "America’s Hidden Diseases" Large instances of untracked diseases among the poor?

Representative Sample: Most of the diseases named in the legislation have not been surveyed in the U.S. for decades, if ever. None are tracked by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, though between 4 million and 10 million Americans could be infected, Hotez said. Drugs are available to treat a number of the neglected diseases, he said, but doctors are not trained to diagnose them.

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