Hello, all.  If you’ve read my little blog and it’s rantings before, thanks.  Another major election cycle is upon us, and Late Night Pizzas is now active again.  Your host is PizzaGuy, (Huffpo Pizzaguy1), and we’ll try to keep things lively and current as we go back into the cycle of Whack-A-Mole republican primaries, and the (hopeful) re-election of our President.  So, off we go!

A wonderful analysis by Glenn Greenwald

Bob Cesca’s fargin’ great article

I know I’ve been gone a while, but I needed a break after the frantic, all-out run up to the election and the aftermath. There is no way, however, I could not place even a brief note on LNP on the day that we all had bee hoping, praying, wishing, working and pushing for…….Inauguration Day. The Inauguration of Barack H. Obama as the 44th President of the United States. I took the day off to watch the coverage, and am listening to NPR right now. Are you? Tell us where you were and what you did on this day.

And do read Steven Webber’s wonderful article on HP.

Well, things are a perkulatin’ now, aint they? Pres-Elect Obama has begun to choose his posse, Emanuel and Axelrod so far. I do hope that he’ll chose a titan of finance such as Paul Volker for Sec of Treas: even if he serves but a year, the prestige and comprehensive knowledge he will bring to the position would be well worth it.

On the flip side, the GOP is a goin’ after the Wasilla hillbillies…seems that the rethugs wanted to buy the Barbie…accessories not included. Just like parents all across the country, they fell for the marketing. The “Doll” was cheap……but they never agreed to buy all of those OUTFITS! And now it turns out that the 150K price tag was just the tip of the iceberg!

Let’s see. Barbie didn’t know that Africa was a CONTINENT, not a country, she couldn’t name the countries in North America, or, by extrapolation, in NAFTA. Barbie refused to submit to “prep” before the Couric interviews, and she let loose with the Ayers smears before that tactic was signed off by McCain.

The world is pretty amazing, and the fallout from this campaign season is almost as much fun to watch as the campaign itself. Unfortunately, there’s no campaign work to do for ME at this point, but I am enjoying the season, as well as being part of the blogosphere with all of of you.

And that brings me to another Poll:

The extraordinary political climate that is developing in this country bears watching, bears documentation, and simply begs to be documented in the blogosphere. This blog had it’s genesis in the tumultuous campaign of the 2008 Presidential election. In the coming months, we’ll follow the political environment as best we can, and try to report on the issues that seem to be resonating with the country.

And, since it hasn’t yet been done on this blog, let me offer my HEARTIEST congratulations to Barack Obama and his campaign (of which i can happily say I have been a small part).

Congratulations Barack Hussein Obama, the 44th President-Elect of the United States of America!!!!


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