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26 Oct
2005

Why is everyone on this ChiSox Bandwagon?

Let’s lay it on the line here, we’ve got two organizations in the World Series that aren’t exactly known for their winning ways in the last half-century. The Astros (or the Colt 45’s for that matter) were not tearing up the baseball world and come in here as Rusty Staubb inspired overdogs.

So what’s the deal with the “Go Sox” attitude out there? I’m not critical, as I could care less who wins (I watch, but I have no rooting interest), but why is everyone so enamored of a team that, in the last 90 years, has had stars such as Harold Baines and Luis Aparicio. Do they deserve to win? Were they robbed in recent (or distant) memory? The Astros have had some really nice teams and have knocked on the door a few times. Biggio and Bagwell deserve a win as much as anyone in baseball.

I’m just asking.

Dennis

26 Oct
2005
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I Like What You’ve Done w/ the Place!!!

It’s pretty roomy in here – lots of space to develop more Right thinking!!

for The Record, Mendozaaaaaaaah! (had to get it out of my system.) Dennis, I will join you for a Family Guy chat any day!!

See you all at the Halloween Party tonight!

7-10pm
Auction House
300 E.89th (@2nd Ave)

Gail Allen
Events Credenza

26 Oct
2005
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Holy Cow We’ve Got a Blog

Welcome to the New York Young Republican Club Blog! This has been a long time coming, but we wanted to take the time to get it done right. I hope everyone enjoys this board, where NYYRC board members may post their thoughts on politics, the world, culture and Family Guy. Considering the diversity of this group, I’d be surprised if this wasn’t entertaining to say the least. Thanks for coming and now I christen thee “the NYYRC Blog”.

Dennis Cariello
President

26 Oct
2005

Yet another premature epitaph for the GOP?

Gallup’s latest poll states that the Republican Party is pulling disapproval numbers not seen since the Democrats were bounced from the Congressional majority in 1994. President Bush’s approval ratings (or disapproval ratings, depending on how you see things) have been so low for so long that some anonymous Republican sources across the country think that he may be more of a liability in 2006 than a help.

Now, none of us likes to admit that we put much stock in the polls. We tend to only follow them when they agree with our own privileged political outlook. But there may be some junk food for thought here.

Rick Brownell
Vice President
NYYRC