It's pathetic watching the childish, infantile, spoiled brat, chicken dropping attitude on display by the Democrats at the Greedy Roundhouse. They apparently still haven't gotten over the fact that New Mexicans freely elected a Republican to the Governor's mansion and in their feeble way are trying to make life miserable for her by not confirming her nominees to run the many departments in state government, never mind that they rubber stamped any creep former governor Bill Richardson dragged into this state.
And why is that great 'gentleman' Ben Lujan blocking her initiatives like getting rid of the crooked everybody-gets-a-drivers-license law and doing something about our public schools passing third grade illiterates? In case he's forgotten, we taxpayers are paying for this sulking stupidity.
Enough's enough. This collection of crybaby Democrats needs to be thrown out this November along with a few state supreme court judges.
They work for us NOT the Democrat party.
by © Clyde James Aragon
from "Full Frontal Stupidity" - http://fullfrontalstupidity.blogspot.com/
see more of him at http://www.zazzle.com/cja_the_humorist*
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Friday, January 27, 2012
For a true writer, each book should be a new beginning - Ernest Hemingway
after you came ashore
A conga of rhythms in
ruffled skirts and
brews of pungent aromas
The forever women
Hadley, Pauline, Martha, Mary
- and others in between - queued
For every book a romance
starting in Paris
also came. Shadows
all the way
In love with the Island
like Cole Porter
Always a dreamer, you
longed for and
imagined a new beginning
all your hopes
© Nilda Cepero from HEMINGWAY: The Last Daiquiri
Lest I be accused of being biased here is a short review by Frank Varela, author of Caleb's Exile:
"It's fashionable now to denigrate Ernest Hemingway's reputation as a man and as a writer. That's why I highly recommend reading Nilda Cepero's homage to Papa in HEMINGWAY: The Last Daiquiri. She gives us an honest portrait of Hemingway that moves beyond stereotype to the central essence of the man."
Nilda Cepero is the editor of LSR (Latino Stuff Review) [1990 to 2005] and Ambos Mundos [2004 to the present]. Her writing has appeared in literary journals in the U.S. and Europe. She is also an accomplished photographer and singer and had her first exhibition: Paris, Poetic Images Of Night And Dawn at the Alliance Francaise in 2007. Her previous books include Sugar Cane Blues, Lil' Havana Blues, A Blues Cantata, and Bohemian Canticles.
HEMINGWAY: The Last Daiquiri (ISBN: 978-1-890953-09-6) is a perfect-bound paperback available through Amazon.com at: