October 31, 2012

halloween Is there a better place to be for Halloween than New England? Lots of leaves on the ground, the skeletal branches of bare trees reaching towards the sky, the lovely musky smell of fallen leaves mixed with the smell of someone’s fireplace. It’s the best. I mean, as much as I’ve come to accept Arizona, palm tree branches swaying above the swimming pool just doesn’t cut it.

A poem perfect for a night where there is a chill in the air and a nearly-full moon shines behind wispy clouds chasing the remains of Sandy:

She comes by night, in fearsome flight,
In garments black as pitch,
the queen of doom upon her broom,
the wild and wicked witch,

a crackling crone with brittle bones
and dessicated limbs,
two evil eyes with warts and sties
and bags about the rims,

a dangling nose, ten twisted toes
and fold of shriveled skin,
cracked and chipped and crackled lips
that frame a toothless grin.

She hurtles by, she sweeps the sky
and hurls a piercing screech.
As she swoops past, a spell is cast
on all her curses reach.

Take care to hide when the wild witch rides
to shriek her evil spell.
What she may do with a word or two
is much too grim to tell.

Hat tip: The Holiday Spot.

Music for tonight courtesy of Pink Floyd. One of my, and my late brother Mark’s favorite early Floyd tunes. One can honestly say they don’t make music like that anymore.

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October 29, 2012

Up here in northeast Massachusetts we didn’t get it so bad – 9 hours of occasional gusts and a few torrential rain squalls, but that’s about it. The lights flickered a few times in the middle of a real brief hurricane-esque squall (very cool!), but other than that it would be hard to tell the difference between Sandy and your typical October-November nor’easter. Still, knowing that back in Arizona it’s just another warm 80-degree days with the palm trees rustling and a warm sun on your back, it was a great weather experience. Not to mention, a storm that will go down in history as a unique meterological event.

Of course, it was a little rougher on the southeast coast of Massachusetts, and rougher still on the islands of Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, and Block Island before you got into the real bad stuff on the New England south coast all the way down to New York, New Jersey, and the DelMarVa peninsula where all the flooding took place. There’s little doubt there will be billions of dollars worth of damage caused by the flooding and the heavy snow back into the Appalachians, but it could have been a whole lot worse – the storm seems to have unexpectedly sped up and turned the winds offshore before the second meterological high tide this evening.

Hard to believe with all the gusts and downpours today it’s gotten pretty tranquil outside – just a few tinkles from the neighbors’ wind chimes to lull yours truly to sleep. An exciting day, weather-wise; keep those who now face days of cleaning up water damage – that’s pretty rough. If you can find it in your hearts and wallets please consider donating to any of the various support organizations that will be helping out.

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October 26, 2012

Arrived safely here on the East Coast, will have a lovely day of golf amidst the jsublime sights and scents of autumn leaves on the trees before everything starts going to *hit starting late Monday. As someone who loves a good storm, I am definitely in the right place at the right time!

We’re a little over a week away from the presidential election. Here are your choices – you can have door #1 or door #2. As for the kind of occupant you’d like to see in the White House the next four years, I’ll let the reader decide.

BTW, we’re just days away from a huge golf announcement from The Great White Shank. Everyone is holding their breath!!

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October 24, 2012

I’m looking forward to heading back home to Massachusetts on Friday for a week of rest and relaxation – a much deserved one, I should think. I have plans to meet a few Goodboys for a round of golf on Saturday, and was hoping to squeeze another round in sometime during the following week, but this weather event may very well put a damper (or more) on that. Why? Because the potential exists for a truly historic “hybrid” storm coming up the eastern seaboard and then, “bombing” out into a extra-tropical or subtropical hurricane-esque storm.

I know it’s late in the season for this kind of thing, but bizarre weather events like this are not that unusual for October:

This type of thing is not without precedent. We can look back to the Perfect Storm in 1991 as a relatively recent example, but if you read the diaries of early Americans through the 17th and 18th centuries, as well as in more recent times, there are numerous entries of powerful early season storms of such a nature. And how about 1963? The latest hurricane – Ginny – to strike New England.

As much as I was hoping for a beautiful late-October week of weather to play some serious northeast golf, how can one not want to miss the potential of a bonafide nor’easter with lots of wind and rain? After all, it’s not like we get anything near to that here in Arizona, so you gotta just enjoy it if and/or when something like that happens? It’s events like this where I’m adding Dr. Jeff Masters’ blog at WeatherUnderground, Brendan Loy’s Weather Nerd blog at PJ Media, and, of course, Accuweather to my web surfing regimen.

I will say this: the next few days ought to be really interesting. I’m just glad I’ll be getting into Massachusetts aheadof the possible travel nightmares that will undoubtedly result. As far as I’m concerned, it’s a win-win scenario for me – if we get a big storm that’s great, if it gets pushed more east and out to sea, that just means a better possibility some additional golf, albeit under chilly conditions. How can you lose?

UPDATE – 10 PM AZ time – Wow. This story keeps getting better – not in the way that lives and property could be lost, but just to be there during a potentially historic weather event. Wow. Like they say, timing is everything.

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October 23, 2012

We’re finally at the end of the presidential debates, and I for one am glad of it. Bring on November 6 and let’s get it on and over with.

I’m giving this debate to Mitt Romney, because he had a far tougher task ahead of him going into a debate focused primarily on foreign policy: throughout the election season Romney has been known as a finance guy – a guy that, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, knows his economics. But foreign policy? That’s the decided advantage for a Commander-in-Chief who has to deal with all the uncertainties of the world, the guy who gets the intelligence briefings, the guy who – also for better or for worse – can claim at the very least that we haven’t had a 9/11-esque terrorist attack on U.S. soil during his four years in office.

Until seven weeks ago Barack Obama would have expected to go into this final debate with all the advantages in the world. Then came Benghazi, and the slaughter of our ambassador and three other heroes. With that, given the woeful economy, you now have certain questions being asked: maybe the incompetence of the domestic sides of things matches the same in regards to our foreign policy; the weakness in our economy matching that of our overall foreign policy. Suddenly, Barack Obama looks vulnerable. Let’s recap, for a moment, the debates to this point.

The first debate was the equivalent of a surfer’s wipeout – Obama didn’t show anything, causing Romeney to reinsert himself into the race and transform it in a big way. For the first time, people watching could actually start to envision Mitt Romney as President of the United States.

The second (VP) debate resulted in people being horrified that a buffoon like Joe Biden could be a heartbeat away from the presidency. Paul Ryan, rather than engaging Biden’s bluster, avoided the weeds and turned in an earnest and practical approach. The post-debate polls said Biden won, but days later it was clear he had done nothing to change the Romney momentum.

The third debate proved a better showing by Obama (how could he not!), but, although the post-debate polls said Obama had won, days later it had become clear that Romney had cemented his position as trend-setter in the race for the White House.

So now you have this foreign policy debate. Conservatives and the right, no doubt, will be furious at Romney not pounding the President about his negligence in Libya and the cover-up about the Fast & Furious gun-running scandal resulting in hundreds of Mexican deaths and the death of one, perhaps a second American border agent. But Romney had a different plan in mind: to stay above the fray, talk about big issues and portray himself as someone undecided voters could trust and envision as a Commander-in-Chief. He left it to President Obama to do the personal attacks and venture into the weeds, just like Ryan allowed Biden to do in the VP debate. Romney knew that what worked for Ryan in terms of portraying competence and personal likeability would outweigh the short-term benefits of tit-for-tat attacks, especially when when he wasn’t privy to the intelligence (or lack thereof) that presidents receive on a daily basis.

It was a smart move on Romney’s part: anyone who has paid attention to the Libyan fiasco knows enough about what happened there, and congressional committees and individual testimonies will in time figure out what the %$#! happened there. Nothing Romney could have said would bring back the Benghazi dead, and he would have looked the worse for bringing it up. Instead, by focusing on the big stuff – America’s economic state as a lynchpin to its inherent ability to portray stength on the world stage – Romney looked the more presidential and trustworthy, leaving President Obama to seem petty, irritatable, and diminished in his role as attacking incumbent. And, mark my words, his ill-advised “horses and bayonets” comment about the U.S. Navy is about to go viral, and not in a good way. Just watch – this is just the start.

Like in the second and third debates, I’d expect President Obama to win the useless reactionary polls of who supposedly won; in the days to come I expect Romney to hold or even expand his lead as undecideds realize that, economically, Barack Obama has no plan for the next four years, and that Mitt Romney is someone worth giving a shot to as both President and Commander-in-Chief to try and turn this mess around.

Advantage: Romney.

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October 22, 2012

Great to see Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey pull a rabbit-esque final round 60 out of a hat to win the McGladrey Classic this past weekend at Sea Island. Quite a feat for a guy virtually unknown on the Tour except for the fact he wears two golf gloves:

…before he made it to the PGA Tour, he spent years working as an assembly line worker in a water heater; played nearly every mini-tour in the Continental U.S.; has the most unorthodox swing on tour; wears a golf glove on each hand; won the Golf Channel’s “Big Break” in 2005; and then earned his card, in 2007, after making it through all three stages of Q-School.

The guy is a journeyman in every sense of the word. On Sunday, he added a new title to his growing resume — that of course being first-time PGA Tour winner, after he carded an eye-popping 10-under 60 — he came within a couple inches of recording the sixth 59 in tour history — to win by one over David Toms.

What really stands out about Gainey is the fact that his swing is unlike anything else you see out there on Tour today. All those pretty, manufactured, college-honed lookalike swings, and there’s Gainey, whose swing looks more akin to something you’d see at a Goodboys Invitational weekend rather than a PGA Tour event. Now dude gets $720,000 smackers, a two-year Tour exemption, and his ticket punched to the Hyundai Tournament of Champions in January at Kapalua and, of course, Augusta.

Hawaii and Augusta guaranteed for 2013. That’s a pretty fine weekend of work for Tommy “Two Gloves” Gainey.

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In other golf news, Rory McIlroy is about to cash in big with Nike.

A similarly huge golf announcement involving The Great White Shank is only two weeks away. Stay tuned…

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October 21, 2012

We’re on the cusp of “Arizona winter”, so the property was abuzz with activity for three days starting on Friday. Carmelo and the crew are jazzed about getting the winter rye down on the front, side, and back yards, so the first order of business was to get the large mesquite tree in the back trimmed down to size so that it once more stayed within the bounds of our property and allow sufficient sun to get through. After a hour of work we had enough branches trimmed to: a) fill most of the front lawn with branches, and b) create a winter’s worth of nice mesquite logs for burning in the chiminea.

Saturday was my turn, getting up on the 12-foot ladder to finish the trimming of the lemon and lime trees to allow a little more sun into the side yard. I got scratched up pretty good around the head and ears when a large branch with thorns hit me as it fell., but that’s what they call taking one for the team. Shortly thereafter, Carmelo and crew were back to collect the mesquite trimmings from Friday’s work, lay down some topsoil on the side and back yards, and spread the winter rye seed. You could see the excitement of the mourning doves just waiting for that seed to be spread!

Sunday was just taking care of a lot of small things that needed to get done once the hard heat broke: trimming a bunch of bushes, cleaning the pool filter for the last time this year, replacing dead bulbs in the tiki bar and back patio lights, refilling the tiki torches around the back yard with lamp oil, and washing down the patio and pool deck areas. Once November comes around it will be time to varnish the tiki bar and generally clean the sandbox area and replenish with beach sand.

We’ve got some lovely weather coming in this week, and it always feel good to be doing yard work in anticipation of the start of “Arizona winter” and the holidays that follow. The first big winter storm of the season is about to hit the Sierra Nevadas, and Carmelo believes we’re in for a relatively wet and cool winter, with a freeze to kill back the bougainvillea – the caterpillars he’s soon tell him so. We’ll see – that would be good after the warm, dry winter we had last year with little rain and no freeze.

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October 20, 2012

Yesterday I stumbled into one of the movie channels and watched the last half of United 93. Truly frightening stuff, really shook me up – literally; I was shaking after the movie ended. Lots of brave folks on that flight. Just to show you how warped I am, I kept waiting for someone to ask a flight attendant for a bunch of cocktails – I know I would have needed a few. But seriously, this film should be mandatory viewing in every school, for it not only illustrates that there is, in fact, true evil in the world, but it also shows you exactly what we’re up against. To think, like the Obama administration does, that you can negotiate with such evil, shows you just how misguided the Obama foreign policy has been. The only thing the oriental mind understands is power and might – the stronger horse.

As my bro Dave noted in his comment on yesterday’s post, Mitt Romney brought the house down at the Al Smith dinner in New York on Thursday night. Whereas I thought President Obama sounded tired, weary, and not a little melancholy – although he did get some good lines in – it was Romney who sounded confident, and – dare I say it – presidential. It was clear he was having fun up and brought with him some great lines. This one, I thought, was the best:

“Speaking of Sesame Street, tonight’s dinner was brought to you by the letter ‘O’ and the number 16 trillion.”

That hit the mark, let me tell you.

Even if you’re the most rabid Obama supporter this latest news, on top of all the other green energy company failures, coming so close to the election has to give you pause. Just for the record, BTW (and courtesy of Free Republic) is the official Obama administration “Green Energy Hall of Shame”, denoting how much taxpayer money was doled out to failed green upstarts. The list, and the numbers, are mind-boggling:

Complete List of President Obama’s Taxpayer-Backed Green Energy Failures
(as of Thursday, October 18th, 2012)

Evergreen Solar ($24 million)*
SpectraWatt ($500,000)*
Solyndra ($535 million)*
Beacon Power ($69 million)*
AES’s subsidiary Eastern Energy ($17.1 million)
Nevada Geothermal ($98.5 million)
SunPower ($1.5 billion)
First Solar ($1.46 billion)
Babcock and Brown ($178 million)
EnerDel’s subsidiary Ener1 ($118.5 million)*
Amonix ($5.9 million)
National Renewable Energy Lab ($200 million)
Fisker Automotive ($528 million)
Abound Solar ($374 million)*
A123 Systems ($279 million)*
Willard and Kelsey Solar Group ($6 million)
Johnson Controls ($299 million)
Schneider Electric ($86 million)
Brightsource ($1.6 billion)
ECOtality ($126.2 million)
Raser Technologies ($33 million)*
Energy Conversion Devices ($13.3 million)*
Mountain Plaza, Inc. ($2 million)*
Olsen’s Crop Service and Olsen’s Mills Acquisition Company ($10 million)*
Range Fuels ($80 million)*
Thompson River Power ($6.4 million)*
Stirling Energy Systems ($7 million)*
LSP Energy ($2.1 billion)*
UniSolar ($100 million)*
Azure Dynamics ($120 million)*
GreenVolts ($500,000)
Vestas ($50 million)
LG Chem’s subsidiary Compact Power ($150 million)
Nordic Windpower ($16 million)*
Navistar ($10 million)
Satcon ($3 million)*

*Denotes companies that have filed for bankruptcy.

Disgraceful.

This was a fascinating read.

Have you seen this? It’s all over the net. Very cool, and very powerful. I’m reading The Price Of Glory, about the Battle of Verdun in World War I. Different times, I know, but what a horrific, freakin’ waste of human life. And to think in a little more than a dozen years France, Germany, and Britain would be back at it again.

I told you yesterday this was going to cause Obama problems. Just wait until Monday’s debate. I only question if Romney is up to it. He should be.

As a Arizona resident, this ruling comes as a disappointment but no surprise. Still, if you look at the bigger picture the tide is turning, and there will come a day when Planned Parenthood will be forced to operate purely by private donation, as it should be. Even though I’m a pro-life conservative who finds what PP does and stands for to be positively vile and evil, I do recognize that Roe vs. Wade is the law of the land, and they have a right to operate and provide the service they do. But that doesn’t mean the federal government or states should be imposed to financially support their work.

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October 18, 2012

th You may recall in my last post I wrote the following:

Bottom line: my take is this debate is not going to go Obama’s way in the next few days. He did nothing to halt the view that Romney has a plan for the next four years, and he doesn’t. And, thanks by and large to Crowley’s so-called “moderation”, Libya is just going to melt down around Obama and his administration ahead of next Monday’s foreign policy debate. Hopefully, then, Romney will not allow any moderator to prevent him from making the fundamental point that needs to be made: people died, and the Obama administration lied.

You know, you can always tell when a political campaign falls into disarray; rather than staying on message (for better or for worse), it starts springing leaks with a bunch of left hands not knowing what the right hands are doing, and vice-versa. While I don’t necessarily believe Gallup’s numbers showing Mitt Romney with a 7-point lead, it’s pretty clear from the latest national and state polling – Battleground Watch is a absolute treasure-trove for the latest trends – that Romney’s positive movement from the end of the first debate forward has yet to abate. Time will tell if the trend holds as more post-second debate days are rolled into Gallup’s and Rasmussen’s mix, but that’s not really the point of this post.

While it’s still quite possible – I figure the odds are ~50/50 right now – that Obama gets re-elected, you sure don’t get the sense of any kind of confidence or coordination on the part of the president’s campaign right now. In fact, one has to wonder if their own internal polls are showing something the rest of us are just starting to see, as the Obama campaign appears to be in total disarray and meltdown right now. Consider the following in just the past 24 hours:

* Joe Biden, doing what does best, asks an audience if they know people who have served in Iraq or Iran.

* Actress and Obama campaign co-chair Eva Longoria forced to apologize after posting tweets calling “stupid” any and all minorities and women who support a “racist/misogynist tw*t” named Mitt Romney.

* From Foreign Policy blog, word that Hillary Clinton’s own State Department – you know, where “the buck stops” – granted the New York Federal Reserve bomb plotter a student visa last year.

* Worst of all, Barack Obama tells Jon Stewart on tonight’s Daily Show that, “When four Americans get killed, it’s not optimal”. I guess bumps in the road never are.

You take each of these items (excluding, of course, Obama’s “optimal” quote, which is going to be replayed over and over in the coming days) alone and one could well say, so what? Biden is always saying stupid things, Longoria’s tweets are just ignorant sputterings from a dumb actress, and the State Department’s is, well, the State Department, but taken together you see rampant incompetence and poor judgment on display in the final weeks of a campaign when just about everyone is paying attention, and campaign messages need to be coherent and positive.

Instead, it’s becoming increasingly clear, from Obama’s no-show at the first debate, to Biden’s obnoxious performance and arrogant showing at the VP debate, to these latest missteps that the Obama campaign is actually nothing more than a reflection of what his administration has been over the past four years: incompetents and fools, insulated from scrutiny and propped up by an all-too-willing media that never forced it to be either accountable or competent. Just more of the same arrogance, willful neglect, and gross negligence across the board, highlighted most recently in Obama’s foreign policy meltdown and the billions in green energy subsidies flushed down the toilet.

There’s still plenty of time for Obama’s campaign to turn things around – after all, 2 1/2 weeks in the closing of a presidential campaign is the equivalent of light years, but it sure seems that a certain group of chickens are coming home to roost.

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October 17, 2012

After watching last night’s presidential debate I’m going to give the event a qualified draw, but Romney winning on points. Without a doubt, Barck Obama actually “showed up” tonight and offered a world view that was definitely in sync with his liberal Democratic base. He used class warfare numerous times throughout the debate, at one point saying that “the rich have all they need”. I would have loved to see Romney jump up and say, who the hell are you to decide what other people need? That being said, that’s what his people wanted – even needed – to hear, so let’s give him credit for that.

Romney, on the other hand, mercilessly pounded Obama on his administration’s economic record over the past four years, and it was interesting to see Obama not dispute Romney’s numbers, but rather attempt to pivot off in another direction. Not sure how that would play if you’re an unemployed, or underemployed, worker looking for work or more work. There was a pivotal point, I thought, where, just like Red State’s Erick Erickson, President Obama showed himself to be totally out of touch on economic issues:

The President tried to claim that the reason gas prices were so low in 2008 was because the economy was so bad. He actually wanted the audience to believe that the economy is going gangbusters now as a reason for $4.00 gasoline — a delusion the undecided voters clearly did not buy. His words — he said that gas prices were so low because of the economy, which clearly means he thinks it is so high now because of the recovery. What recovery? Romney hit him hard on this and the undecided voters reacted favorably to Romney. There is more room for Romney to hit Obama on the airwaves over gas prices.

…as an aside, one of these days I’d love to hear a presidential candidate say this: you talk a lot about the rich having “all they need”. Seems to me it’s the rich that create jobs for people in this country. I can’t recall ever getting a paying job from someone who is poor. But I digress.

I thought moderator Candy Crowley’s performance was despicable, for two reasons: 1) she absolutely, and, as it turned out, incorrectly, tossed Barack Obama a lifeline, preventing Mitt Romney from going after his egregious lie about Libya. In that regard, I think Hugh Hewitt had it about right when he wrote on his blog:

Some conservatives are upset that Romney didn’t deliver a second obviously crushing series fo blows to the president, but Romney did turn in a confident, assured performance that did not show a bit of fluster even when Candy Crowley intervened –wrongfully– to protect the president on Libya, or later interrupted his answer on Fasy & Furious. That was important as everyone sees the same debate and saw what most people will view as a home field advantage for the president in question selection and moderator. Romney should send Crowley roses for messing up the Libya exchange as it propels Libya to the front page tomorrow and into the public’s consciousness as not even an uninterrupted exchange would have. The media is not supposed to create the narrative, but it did, much to Romney’s benefit.

…and 2) She wouldn’t allow Romney to pursue his case against Obama on the Fast & Furious scandal either, shutting down any rebuttal after Obama once again spewed a ton of bullshit on that and his failure on immigration reform. Not to mention the fact that President Obama answered not one question when it came to his administration’s performance over the last four years. But, then again, what was he going to say?

Without a doubt, Obama gave his base the boost they sorely needed after his non-appearance a week ago, and you can count on it that people – even those whom I trust amongst Beltway pontificators like Charles Krauthammer – will give Obama a slight win on points. But over the next few days, Crowley’s lifeline to Obama is going to hurt Obama by raising the visibility of his administration’s gross negligence on Libya ahead of next Monday’s foreign policy debate, and will not work to the President’s advantage. More importantly, Romney continued to hold his own – and, I would argue, get the better of – Obama on economic issues, absolutely crushing him on the question by that African-American college student about Obama’s economic record of the past four years. If the election is indeed about the economy, you’re wondering what a second Obama term means for jobs and the overall economy, and that means Romney wins big.

Bottom line: my take is this debate is not going to go Obama’s way in the next few days. He did nothing to halt the view that Romney has a plan for the next four years, and he doesn’t. And, thanks by and large to Crowley’s so-called “moderation”, Libya is just going to melt down around Obama and his administration ahead of next Monday’s foreign policy debate. Hopefully, then, Romney will not allow any moderator to prevent him from making the fundamental point that needs to be made: people died, and the Obama administration lied.

Romney by points.

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