Roger L. Simon

Like being a private detective, politics is a lonely business...

This one sentence from a Jonah Goldberg article made me laugh:

In Iowa, where residents are told every day for a year that the fate of the world hangs on their vote, fewer than 1% of the population attends the caucuses. And Iowans are supposed to take “the process” extremely seriously.

[That’s two sentences.-ed. Okay. Big deal. It’s late.]

Continued best wishes of the season. (I’ll save my “I hate Iowa and New Hampshire” diatribe for later.) Meanwhile, if you haven’t already seen it, this is pretty funny, for an old joke.