October 20, 2010

Early evening on the Capital City Trail...

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... it was so beautiful...

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... with you.

25 comments:

traditionalguy said...

Great colors tonight. Sleep tight.

America's Politico said...

This is the most beautiful city. I loved campaigning there for Sen. Obama and Sen. Biden. WI went for them, of course.

Now, I campaign for the Democrats across the nation.

All cities are becoming as beautiful.

On Nov. 2, we shall be victorious again (224+ House, 54+ Senate).

I will be a very, very, rich consultant. Already I can feel my phone ringing to help others in 2012.

Meade said...

It all passed by...

so quickly.

peter hoh said...

That's a very dramatic skyline. Good timing.

peter hoh said...

A&P, 224 for the House? Really? You wanna place a bet?

How about if the Dems keep the House, I stop commenting here. And if the GOP gets the House, you stop posting here.

America's Politico said...

Since I expect to be in high demand, especially helping for 2012 re-election of the big ticket. Yes, I will have no time to come here and share my wisdom. So, I will not be available any more. I am already in high demand. On Nov. 3, I will be on cable. This is my time. I totally understand the voters. They are rejecting the GOP. I can see this almost daily.

edutcher said...

When you're with the one you love, everything is beautiful.

Nice skyline, but the first one is wonderful. The kind of shot where the good guy and the girl ride off, hand in hand.

peter hoh said...

So, AP, are you accepting the terms of the bet?

1jpb said...

"I will have no time to come here"

How noble. You don't want to come back on Nov 3 to bask in the glory that you will have earned after all of your "polling" is confirmed by the actually results.

A patriot, and a gentleman/woman.

deborah said...

The school marm and the cowboy ride off into the sunset.

Chip Ahoy said...

Nice pics there, Professor. You've got quite the eye, you do. Your pictures make me happy. Almost as good as my eye that found two $20.00 bills on the floor of the front end alignment place today and almost as happy.

Anne said...

@america's politico...On Nov. 2, we shall be victorious again (224+ House, 54+ Senate).
There is an inverse relationship between the statement you just made and the actual polls. The more strongly you believe in victory, the bigger the landslide that wipes you out will be.
Already I can feel my phone ringing to help others in 2012.
You WILL be very busy, because all the rest of the democrats will need new jobs.

sunsong said...

I don't know why 224 House and 54 Senate would be a good thing for the dems. They'd still be held accountable for everything but be unable to get anything done.

peter hoh said...

It looks like Democrats will keep the Senate, though Harry Reid may lose his seat. Even if he pulls out a win, I think he ought to let someone else take the leadership position.

Fifty-four in the Senate? I'd like to hear AP's breakdown, 'cause I think that's a little too rosy a prediction. From what I see, it's 51 or 52.

Illinois looks like the real wild card race. And then there's Alaska. What happens if Murkowski wins? I assume that she caucuses with the GOP, as her beef is with the primary voters, Miller, and Palin -- not her Senate colleagues.

BJM said...

"Since I expect to be in high demand, especially helping for 2012 re-election of the big ticket. Yes, I will have no time to come here and share my wisdom. So, I will not be available any more. I am already in high demand. On Nov. 3, I will be on cable. This is my time. I totally understand the voters. They are rejecting the GOP. I can see this almost daily."

Wait. a. minute.

We know this voice well, the phrasing is very distinctive.

Anyone care to guess?

Clyde said...

Andrew Cuomo can breathe a little deeper tonight. News breaks out of New York that Jimmy McMillan, the gubernatorial candidate of "The Rent Is Too Damn High Party," doesn't pay rent himself! Apparently he stopped paying his rent back in the 1980s, making an arrangement with his landlord to live rent-free in exchange for doing maintenance work. Scandal!

Clyde said...

@ BJM

I did notice that I've never seen Titus and America's Politico in the same room at the same time. Purely coincidental, I'm sure.

wv: blewon. *snort*

Fen said...

AmericaPolitico: I will have no time to come here and share my wisdom.

ie. you're going to slink away after your ass is handed to you

Clyde said...

Spamming brings bad karma, Sri Sharma.

And who would have figured that a company named usa-battery.com would be in Jaipur? Then again, after watching the movie Outsourced a few weeks ago, I'm no longer capable of being surprised.

lemondog said...

For the Phillys

Yeah, yeah, yeah

ricpic said...

Same egotistical idiocy as Titus. Yup, AP is Titus.

Fred4Pres said...

Too bad Juan William got da boot. One time too many off the Libtard reservation. Apparently all things can't be considered.

Fred4Pres said...

A classic quote of the day:

“A managed democracy is a wonderful thing… for the managers… and its greatest strength is a ‘free press’ when ‘free’ is defined as ‘responsible’ and the managers define what is ‘irresponsible’.”

Fen said...

Apparently all things can't be considered.

Best Post In Thread.

Nicely done.

Javed said...

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