Saturday, January 28, 2012

A Bucket of Cold Water

Using the Obama's SOTU address, along with Mitt's platitudes and Newt's pandering, as a launching pad, Mark Steyn, again, brings us back to earth.  The money quote is from the last paragraph:
There are times for dreaming big dreams, and there are times to wake up. This country will not be going to the moon, any more than the British or French do. Because, in decline, the horizons shrivel. The only thing that’s going to be on the moon is the debt ceiling. Before we can make any more giant leaps for mankind, we have to make one small, dull, prosaic, earthbound step here at home — and stop. Stop the massive expansion of micro-regulatory government, and then reverse it. Obama has vowed to press on. If Romney and Gingrich can’t get serious about it, he’ll get his way.

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