Quote of the Day – Green Edition

For those of you all high and mighty on “green living”, shut the f— up. Buying compact fluorescents that require EPA instructions and a hazmat suit to clean up when broken, driving a Prius that polluted enough water to kill … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Prepare to Duck Edition

On an unrelated subject, for the next person who suggests that universal healthcare is a wonderful idea, ask them how good Medicare/Medicaid would be if it was 7 times larger than it is today in terms of cost and inefficiency? … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Titles Edition

How would George Washington — a man who actually turned down the presidential salary and preferred being called “Mr. President” over other ‘too majestic’ sounding titles — react if he could see the current state of American politics, exemplified by … Continue reading

How small a person do you have to be…

To be in this conversation? Brig. Gen. Michael Walsh, with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, was testifying on the Louisiana coastal restoration process in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. He began to answer one of Boxer’s questions with “ma’am” … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Pet Peeve Edition

From Jay G’s pet peeves: The super-tacticool dude who has all the latest gadgets, attends all the courses, extolls the latest training techniques, etc. – and is morbidly obese and sweats while brushing his teeth. Look, your odds of dropping … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Ideological Rigidity Edition

None of that was sufficient evidence for Obama, in part because anything associated with Bush’s freedom agenda was deemed absurd and ideologically rigid. Well, Bush is gone. Obama has extended his hand. And the regime is supplying fresh evidence of … Continue reading

Quote of the Day – Use-proof Edition

Now, we here at The LawDog Files kind of consider a “stab-proof knife” to be somewhat analogous to a “ride-proof bike”, a “drive-proof car”, a “swim-proof pool”, or a “swing-proof hammer” – LawDog … Continue reading