Howard “Dizzy” Dean’s doing his level best to uphold the tradition of the “verbally ambidextrous” candidate – he can talk out of both sides of his mouth on the same issue.

Just because Congress is back in session, doesn’t mean you have to keep the kids indoors – but it wouldn’t hurt!

Don’t ask what politicians can do for you; ask what you can do to weed out those who start right out lying about all they’ll do.

When a presidential candidate promises he’ll “create jobs, balance the budget, and reduce the deficit,” you know he’s lying. Congress appropriates funds, and presidents don’t “do” economic booms and recessions.

Politicians, like trial lawyers, often bring dishonor to their kind. But when a combination trial lawyer-politician runs for office, the odds are too long to take a chance on him.

Willie Nelson raised $140,000 for Dennis Kucinich, Democratic presidential candidate and New Ager. Willie shouldn’t let his peeve at the IRS, for past tax woes, make him mad at the whole country.

Politicians are naturally lazy – they would rather lie than take a stand.

January’s not all campaign hot air. This month produced Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation; also Benjamin Franklin and Luther King, Jr., among others.

Happy Birthday Bea, Cheryl and Tanner!