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December 25th, 2007:

Have a holly, jolly Christmas

Have a holly, jolly Christmas;
It’s the best time of the year
I don’t know if there’ll be snow
but have a cup of cheer
Have a holly, jolly Christmas;
And when you walk down the street
Say Hello to friends you know
and everyone you meet

Oh, ho, the mistletoe
hung where you can see;
Somebody waits for you;
Kiss her once for me
Have a holly jolly Christmas
and in case you didn’t hear
Oh by golly
have a holly, jolly Christmas this year

From my family to yours, have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. I’ll see you tomorrow.

Mitt Romney Got A Lump Of Coal In His Stocking

Oops. Romney not only did not get the Concord Monitor of New Hampshire endorsement, they told their readers NOT to vote for him and why. Smack those flip-flops together, he’s not “trustworthy”.

Several newspapers made endorsements Sunday.

Democrat Barack Obama:

• The Nashua Telegraph in New Hampshire endorsed Obama as the best choice for Democratic voters, citing his “inspired leadership.”

• The Dallas Morning News noted Obama’s “consistently solid judgment” and “poise under pressure.”

Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton:
• Iowa’s Burlington Hawk Eye endorsed Clinton as the most impressive of the Democratic candidates.
• The Quad City Times in Davenport, Iowa, also chose Clinton on the basis of her experience.

Republican John McCain:

• The Quad City Times chose McCain, calling him “a leader whose life experiences” have tested his mettle for the nation’s top job.”

Republican Mike Huckabee:

• The Dallas Morning News called Huckabeee “the change agent the nation most needs.”

Republican Mitt Romney:

• The Sioux City Journal of Iowa endorsed Romney as combining “an outsider’s new face with a proven track record of success.”

• The Concord Monitor of New Hampshire broke with political tradition, telling readers why they should not vote for Romney. It said he looks and acts like a presidential contender but “surely must be stopped” because he lacks the core philosophical beliefs to be a trustworthy president.