Monthly Archives: December 2007

Is Drew that good, or his enemies that desperate?

Unbelievable! That popular Oklahoma Attorney General do-gooder, Drew Edmondson, did it again! He gets bull… I mean chickenshit thrown at him left and right, high and low, yet he always comes out clean. But maybe he met his match jackin’ … Continue reading

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Oklahoma City leaders on the ball

I believe it’s always good to be prepared. Oklahoma City voters will be asked to approve funding for improvements to the Ford Center at a March 4 election to bring the arena up to NBA standards, city officials said today. … Continue reading

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UAW bosses may endorse GOP presidential candidate

It begins with this: UAW won’t endorse any presidential candidate “There’s a healthy diversity of opinion among UAW members as to which candidate can most effectively challenge the special interests who want to capture our government on behalf of the … Continue reading

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Lend me an ear

I believe the so-called mortgage crisis in America is really no crisis at all. And I offer some collective wisdom of the ages to prove it. Home foreclosures? Not so bad. You can never go home again, but the truth … Continue reading

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Be happy

Hello from Oklahoma. My name is Herman and I will be writing for this blog while the previous author, Mike, takes some unscheduled time off. I am told Mike is doing better now that he is medicated. Mike claims he … Continue reading

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Okiedoke.com statement on blog strike

News Release: Little Axe, Oklahoma In response to a debilitating labor stoppage, Okiedoke.com announced today that it has added new writer, Herman, to its corporate staff. Herman’s only job will be writing for the company’s Oklahoma populist blog, Okiedoke. The … Continue reading

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Just wondering…

Should I feel odd that I enjoy Sooner basketball more than Sooner football? The current benefit/cost ratio of upgrading from a 36″ CRT television to a 42″ 1080p TV using high-definition satellite is not that great. In fact, it may … Continue reading

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