Did you hear? Recently, my dapper New Jersey friend, Chris Wysocki of WyBlog fame, was honored with an inclusion in John Hawkins’ “favorite blogs for the 3rd quarter of 2010.”

No small task, I must say. And well deserved.

The cool thing about those inclusions to me is, they come out of nowhere. You certainly aren’t campaigning for them like say, a Nobel Peace Prize or anything. One day you’re telling the story as you see it, no-holds-barred reporting and analysis, the next, someone is telling you that you’ve been honored on a prestigious list from RWN.

You go my friend.

Shortly after that inclusion, he was offered and accepted an invitation to be a contributing author at Right Wing News. No doubt an award of merit for the insightful commentary and exceptional snarcasm evidenced on the WyBlog website.

Chris is a fearless writer. One who I obviously admire and would love to emulate if only I had his rapier wit. One can tell from the flow of his thought that Chris is as fluent with the keyboard as he is knowledgeable on the issues close to his heart and ours. Little stuff like oh, you know, Free Speech.

A recent brief example from Insurers dropping child coverage is part of Obama’s master plan

Hand-wringing by his sycophants aside and assuming that “everyone” could see it coming, this is exactly what Obama wanted to happen. What better way to presage the need for Universal, Government-run healthcare than by saying, “it’s for the children”?

So here we are. A high-profile showdown over a hot-button, tear-jerker issue; one to which the only compassionate reaction could be a government program to step in where the evil, capitalistic insurance companies fear to tread.

It’s not like we weren’t warned:

Video here.

Obama’s sinister plan to reshape the very fabric of America is working.

We are fortunate to have such a freedom fighter and friend.

Mark your blogrolls.

Add Wyblog to your bookmarks.

Visit often.

I think you will find Chris to be a host deserving of all accolades awarded and more. Outspoken, opinionated and spot-on with the critique and commentary with a style all his own.


From Jersey?

Yup. Jersey. Hey, don’t knock it. Your next President may, come from Jersey.

I am curious though, as dialects go, at what point north of I-10 “Jersey” becomes “Joisi?” (which phonetically might be “Joese.” but I can’t find a long “e” in the special characters list.

Damn those Phonecians!

  • KingShamus September 27, 2010 at 8:51 am

    You can also refer to it as ‘Derty Jersey’.

    As a resident of the Garbage State, I’m giving you permission.

  • Chris Wysocki September 27, 2010 at 9:15 am

    Bot, thank you for this amazing honor. I’m speechless. Which as you can imagine is no small feat.

    Oh, as for “Joisy” vs “Jersey”? It’s not north of I-10, it’s east of I-95 –
    Bayonne, Jersey City, Weehawkin, where the real “Joisy” accents come out to play.

    Those of us in the burbs are quite civilized. We even have flush toilets.

  • Bob Belvedere September 28, 2010 at 7:39 am

    Wow, Chris, congrats! You’ve finally got the indoor plumbing! No more trips to the Pine Barrens once-a-week, eh? All kidding aside: you deserve it because of the fantastic work you do – bravo.

    MNR: Have you ever though of moonlighting for Toastmasters, ’cause you’re goooood?

    • mnrobot September 28, 2010 at 12:38 pm

      Toastmasters? Nah, I’d have to toast people who’s work I don’t appreciate. This is easier. I get to choose, and you guys make it easy. Thanks for complimenting my -um- compliments, though. ;-)

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  • nicholas September 29, 2010 at 9:32 pm

    Well deserved Chris.

    I remember checking out Bob’s blog a while back and thinking to myself, “Man, where does Bob get all these really great friends?”. Chris Wysocki was one of those I was thinking of.

    Good on ya!

    • mnrobot September 30, 2010 at 10:48 am

      Hi Nicholas. Chris is a great guy, and a hell-of-a blogger. He aught to run for office one day soon. That is if his better half would let him.

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