Friday, February 11


There's not a thing I can add to this superlative accounting (as far as it goes) of the differences between the two major political parties in this nation. Each is captured in numerous journal entries and the P&Ls clearly suggest that the Democrats continue to absorb mounting losses, while Republican profits soar. The only negative in this post-election audit is that it fails the generally accepted rules of accounting in that the balance sheet clearly doesn't balance. That's because the authors go no where near far enough in accurately tallying the equity side of the Republicans' ledger and the liabilities' side of the Democrats'.