Auld Lang Syne Lyrics
December 31, 2010 by Post Team
Auld Lang Syne Lyrics, New Year’s Resolution: Learn the lyrics to “Auld Lang Syne” so you can impress your friends and all the drunken fans in your neighborhood. Or you could do in the New Year with some much needed sleep because children will want breakfast at 8 am Take action. Have a safe New Year. Get ready for your pop champagne corks and warm up your vocal cords to sing the lyrics of Auld Lang Syne. New Year’s Eve is upon us. For some it is a time to wait for a new chapter. For others, the opportunity to reflect on the achievements of the past year. For liberals, we’ll just toast that 2010 is finally over. Yes, we can cite reasons for liberals to rejoice. David Carlucci young insurgents and Gustavo Rivera will join the New York State Senate. In a sprint down-to-wire DC, we have seen success on a nuclear treaty and the repeal of “Do not Ask, Do not Tell”. It was a year of historic legislation, reform of health care financial regulation. And Jon Stewart not only rallied to restore mental health, but more effectively rallied conservatives to shame by passing the bill for Zadroga 9 / 11 responders.
The Liberals can encourage these achievements. Now, if you’re looking for the wellness end of year piece, stop reading here.
For all the successes, 2010 was a year in total gross for those on the left side of American politics. If we go down the mat and go fresh in 2011, we’ll just spend a catharsis “Top 10″ list spits the rest of 2010. Here are 10 lowlights of last year – all the reasons that I’ll be roasting it finally did. (PLEASE – add your own comments in the thread this is not the “top 10″ -. These are just “my 10″ -. I know there are many others)
1. The Rise of Tea Party. Beginning with the January victory Scott Brown in the race to fill the seat of Ted Kennedy, this year has been marked by growth irresistible, irresistible and reckless The Tea Party. In some places – Florida, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania – The Tea Party Express plowed ahead. Elsewhere – Delaware, Nevada, Alaska – it was a Tea Party Trainwreck. In all cases, we could not stop watching … literally. Wall to wall coverage of the media has left a bitter taste for tea in my mouth and I was pleased I am a coffee drinker.
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