Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The LuLac Edition #2020, April 11th, 2012



Jonathan Schmock is a performer, a writer, an artist, a director, and an editorial cartoonist. After CBS News and America lost Mike Wallace this past weekend, Schmock put this wonderful cartoon on his blog. It’s called “Mike Wallace In Heaven”.

After starting his career as half the comedy team The Funny Boys, Joanathan Schmock became a writer/producer, co-creating such shows as the ABC hit Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, Love Boat: The Next Wave and Brotherly Love; and serving as an executive producer/writer on The Lot, Dharma and Greg and Good Girls Don’t, among others. Most recently he was a segment producer and writer on the Emmy nominated Real Time with Bill Maher on HBO.


At 7:22 AM, Anonymous Professor Milburn Cleaver, OPA said...

First of all let me extend my deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Mr. Wallace. He was without a doubt the last of the great American journalists. We are all the better for knowing him but all the emptier from losing him. Additionally, I would like to congratulate Governor Romney on his near ascension to the Republican nomination following Senator Santorum's campaign suspension. As I stated in an earlier lecture, it would be a waste of time to opine on the 2012 Presidential contest until the nominating conventions begin and the real race begins, so I have no further remarks on this subject barring a national disaster. I will, however remind you that my prediction of less than stellar job numbers for the month of March was proven correct. Look for an even more dire report for April's jobs numbers. Enough said on "this" subject----for now.

The business of this classroom goes forward....

There is much more to be discussed on this historic election year other than the Presidential contest. I would like to address the contest shaping up in the 11th district between Dem. incumbent Tim Holden and challenger, Television personality/lawyer Matt Cartwright.
Now, let us understand one thing very clearly. Whomever the GOP nominates will lose to the Dem challenger come Fall as the 11th district has been gerrymandered for this effect. The act of Gerrymandering has been with us for years adn we can debate its merit until the cows come home. It is, however, clearly legal and used to the advantage of both political parties so I choose not to open the subject to a debate.

If I were a Democrat, I would most certainly cast my ballot for Mr. Holden as he is the more Conservative and experienced to the two. Now, I do not wish my words to be misconstrued. Holden is NOT the conservative I prefer but compared to the liberal ambulance chaser, TV personality Cartwright, he is the only true sensible choice.
Now, I know full well that many of the slackers in the media and in this classroom are fueling fanatical hysteria for Cartwright. Living in the illusion that this incompetent will defeat Mr. Holden. THey---and many of you could not be more wrong.
Rep. Tim HOlden will maintain his seat in the U.S> House of Representatives....the only difference will be that he will represent a new district.
ANd may I say, if we must have Democrats in congress we can hope that they will be a mirror image of Holden, who saw the folly in Obamacare. For this, he may not get my vote, but earns my admiration.
Something to think about this morning.
Class Dismissed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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