Thursday, April 21, 2011


President David Schmidley of UNM says he is stepping down.  Former Governor Gary Johnson says he is stepping up to run for U.S. President.  Someone I am acquainted with says that President Obama can't legally be President since his father was Kenyan.  This woman said it didn't matter if his mother was American and he was born here.  All this happened when we were out for an early game of golf and Santa Ana.  The golf kept us preoccupied and it was a lot of fun.  As far as all of that other stuff, life marches on.

Bobbi and I will travel up to Fort Collins for the weekend.  Mainly, we want to see our daughter and her fiancee Luke.  They want me to shoot some engagement pictures for them.  I plan on coming up with wild stuff for that assignment.  I think we also want to spend some time just standing out in the forecasted rain.  It will be like seeing a long lost friend.


Anonymous said...

Schmidley leaving can only be good for UNM! But all those other wealthy VP's like David Harris need to go too.

Bubba Muntzer said...

About the birther issue. Does this mean I can't be president of Kenya?

Bubba Muntzer said...

By the way, a few posts ago a commenter was complaining about Martin Heinrich not being born in New Mexico. That's true. He was born in Fallon, NV. Tom Udall was born in Tuscon, AZ, Jeff Bingaman was born in El Paso, TX, and Steve Pearce was born in Lamesa, TX. (scroll down)

Rodney said...

John McCain was born in Panama, so what. There's a website up now lampooning the whole birther thing by promoting the idea that Donald Trump was really born in South Africa.

What were the greens like at Santa Ana?