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Saturday, March 31, 2007

The Latest Dispatch....(because other blogs don't seem to link it any longer.)

From perhaps the most insightful and relevent war correspondent we've seen in a long time.

Hopefully you'll have the stamina to read the AAR. I only want the truth, and yes Mark, I CAN handle the truth. (It's been a while since I've had to pull out the AFGM quote book.)

Posted by Tim Snyder on 03.31.2007. 1 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Friday, March 30, 2007

ADAMANTly opposed to debate [MTR]

Rosemary has kindly asked me to share with you this case study in revisionist blogging. I apologize in advance for the lengthy quotes. Some of what was written is no longer there and some of what is there was not in the original.

Background -

Posted by Michael The Rock on 03.30.2007. 7 Comments 0 Trackbacks
I Am Not A Witch

I've gotten several emails from people asking me if I am/was Ray Buckland's wife. Buckland is known as the "The Father of American Wicca".

I've only been married once and I'm still married to that same guy.

Buckland was born in London on 31 August 1934. He was raised in the Anglican Church and developed an interest in spiritualism and the occult at about age 12.

He was educated at King's College in London and later Brantridge Forest College in Sussex. He earned a doctorate in anthropology at Brantridge. From 1957 to 1959, he served in the Royal Air Force. He and wife Rosemary immigrated to the United States in 1962, and moved to Long Island, NY.

I wasn't even born until 1968. Case closed.

I may be evil but calling me a witch is a bit much...

Posted by Rosemary on 03.30.2007. 12 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Thursday, March 29, 2007

I'm Getting Phobic...

Of all the phobes out there. First we had homophobe, then Islamophobe and now we have Americaphobe.

Any other phobe I missed? I do like to keep up.

Oh and I should clarify that I agree with Dean's post 100%. I'm just snarky about the "phobe" part. The rest is dead on.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.29.2007. 2 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Funny Republicans

Bush at the Radio and Television Correspondents' Association dinner Wednesday:

"A year ago my approval rating was in the 30s, my nominee for the Supreme Court had just withdrawn, and my vice president had shot someone..."

"Ah," he said, "those were the good ol' days."

Some pretty funny stuff.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.29.2007. 2 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Wednesday, March 28, 2007

They ALL knew the truth, yet they all lied....

I'm talking about the CPL Pat Tillman incident. How is it that so many high ranking officers responsible for critical military plans and solving complex engagement scenarios thought that they could hide the truth of those tragic events? I've got two easy to understand theories and one that I don't even want to consider.

Theory 1: Protocol initial received inaccurate information about what happened, ran with it, and when the truth came out, they said "oh shit! What the hell are we going to do now!?!" They decided to go with the lie out of fear.

Theory 2: They knew the truth, but wanted the spare the family the reality of what happened and concocted a hero's story. A big part of me would want my family to think that I died a hero saving others, and I'm not sure I'd want the truth to be told if I was killed by friendly fire. Still, on general principle, truth outweighs myth. I don't think it would be good as a nation to allow our military and government to constantly lie about situations like this.

Theory 3 (the cynical one): The Army knew the truth all along, but they wanted to rewrite recent history to boost their own propaganda. Look, he's a hero. Be inspired by his sacrifice! Join the military! Hooah!!

Honestly, I think the truth can be found in all three theories, but in the end we are left with a dead Soldier, a dead American, and the least we can do for him is honor is sacrifice and tell the truth and punish the liars.

Posted by Tim Snyder on 03.28.2007. 10 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Who Is Your Favorite Chickenhawk?

Chickenhawk Test

Posted by Rosemary on 03.28.2007. 3 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Tony Snow

Snow's cancer has spread to his liver. This totally sucks. What is going on? Is this cancer month in politics?

While saying a prayer for Elizabeth Edwards and her family mention Snow and his family too.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.27.2007. 2 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Richard Jeni

One of my favorite comics died on March 10, 2007 of an apparent suicide. Jeni kept me going during my early postpartum days after I gave birth to Draco. On many a middle of the night feedings, I watched Richard Jeni's A Big Steaming Pile of Me on OnDemand.

Here is a bit of Jeni talking about politics.

RIP Richard. You are missed.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.27.2007. 1 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Link Colors

Well, I think I have finally got it. I put in really bright colors for links and they appear to work in the comments too.

Yay me!

Posted by Rosemary on 03.27.2007. 3 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Monday, March 26, 2007

What Am I? Chopped Liver?

Ara says that he doesn't know a single woman backing Hillary in the Primaries. I want to let you know that you actually "know" three of us. My mother, my sister and myself.

Feel better buddy?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.26.2007. 8 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Busy Day

I know I'm behind today but I couldn't do anything until I heard about Anna Nicole's autopsy. That news trumped everything. I swear I thought Iran had some British soldiers in captivity. Maybe I'll get to hear about that after everyone digests the big Anna news.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.26.2007. 4 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Funniest Line of the Week

Tim (on my son Draco): "Yes, he is definately Dean's son. He was overheard on the playground as drawing a line the sand (literally, since he WAS in the sandbox at the time) stating that he would not tolerate other toddlers who believed that bed-wetting was incompatible with democracy."

I almost spewed Diet Coke on the screen when I read that.

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Posted by Rosemary on 03.26.2007. 3 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Saturday, March 24, 2007

Scrub Them Toilets, Naomi

I love it when celebrities can't get out of shit work.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.24.2007. 1 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Friday, March 23, 2007

E.A.T.

That is what Draco spells when I offer him food. When I tell him to go, he spells "G" "O". I have no idea where it came from but I suspect Sesame Street, since that is the only show the kid will watch.

2 years of absolutely no talking now the kid can freakin' spell.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.23.2007. 6 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Pet Food Poisoned

The pet food that was subject to a massive recall contained rodent poison.

ALBANY, N.Y. — Rodent poison has been found in pet food blamed for the deaths of at least 16 cats and dogs, a spokeswoman for the State Department of Agriculture and Markets said Friday.

Spokeswoman Jessica Chittenden would not identify the chemical or its source beyond saying it was a rodent poison.

State agriculture officials scheduled a news conference Friday afternoon to release laboratory findings from tests on the pet food conducted this week.

The deaths led to a recall of 60 million cans and pouches of pet food produced by Menu Foods and sold throughout North America under 95 brand names. There have been reports of kidney failure, some fatal, in pets that ate the recalled brands. The company has confirmed the deaths of 15 cats and one dog.

Menu Foods last week recalled "cuts and gravy" style dog and cat food. The recall sparked concern among pet owners across North America. It includes food sold under store brands carried by Wal-Mart, Kroger, Safeway and other large retailers, as well as private labels such as Iams, Nutro and Eukanuba.

What sick tards would poison pets? Well, I am glad that I don't use the canned variety. I actually feed my pets a combo of a good quality dry and wet food that I prepare myself. (Thanks Tim)

I hate people sometimes, ya know?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.23.2007. 9 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Thursday, March 22, 2007

Elizabeth Edwards Cancer Returns

John Edwards campaign will continue on. The cancer spread from her breast to her bones. She has been diagnosed with Stage 4 bone cancer. This type of cancer is treatable but incurable.

"The biopsy showed the cancer had returned, It was malignant, so the net result of all the tests is that her cancer is back, it is largely confined in bone, which is a good thing," Edwards said from their hometown of Chapel Hill, N.C.

I wish her the best and I find the way they are handling this to be very brave.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.22.2007. 61 Comments 0 Trackbacks
American Idol

I don't normally do AI posts but this week is special. This week I laughed, I cried and I threw up in my mouth a little. All of that because of one "singer".

I knew I was in trouble when Sanjaya said he was gonna sing "You Really Got Me" by the Kinks. The reality was more horrifying. It was so disturbing that I couldn't look away. Sanjaya singing the Kinks was like fresh carnage from a deadly traffic accident. I thought surely that this was finally going to be the straw that broke America's back.

I was wrong.

I decided that I shouldn't be the only one to suffer. The following video is work safe as long as you have a bucket to puke in...

Did you notice the creepy Michael Jackson vibe he gives off?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.22.2007. 10 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Oink, Oink

Well, I am not surprised to learn that the Democrats aren't planning on cutting the pork anymore than the Republicans did.

Not yet three months into their first congressional majority since 1994, the Democrats are acting like the Republicans they condemned for fiscal freewheeling.

In the House, lawmakers are considering the Democrats' $124 billion war funding bill that not only includes $21 billion for political pet projects, but also establishes an ill-advised Aug. 31, 2008, deadline for bringing the troops home from Iraq.

The legislation, swollen with $3.7 billion in farm subsidies, is expected to be voted on Thursday. It also includes $500 million for wildfire suppression, $283 million in milk subsidies, $100 million for citrus growers, $75 million for peanut storage, $25 million for spinach growers and $15 million for rice farmers. . . .We clearly remember Democrats during last fall's campaign thundering righteously against Republicans' special-interest spending, as if they had a record of frugality. That drumbeat, as well as the GOP's inability to counter the charges, was in large part responsible for the Democrats' return to power.

Back in power, however, and the Democrats revert to their free-spending ways.

It doesn't matter if you're a Democrat or a Republican. In Congress, only talk is cheap.

HT: Dean

Posted by Rosemary on 03.21.2007. 17 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Question of the Day

Do you know how to make a hormone?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.20.2007. 9 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Ticking Timebomb in the Justice Dept

Tim wrote on March 14th that AG Gonzales had less than a month before he quit "to spend more time with his family" [wink, wink], I think he will survive. Deputy AG Paul McNulty, on the other hand, may be the one "Scootered" for the Administration.

McNulty, it appears, is the one who did the dirty work. Hey, in most places, employers have the right to fire for any reason they want, unless there is a contract in place. Most people take firing in stride unless they feel like they were screwed or their reputation was tarnished. When you tell someone they are getting shit canned for poor performance, they are gonna want some proof. For example:

Among the e-mails released Monday was one McNulty received on Feb. 1 from Margaret Chiara, the U.S. attorney in Grand Rapids, Mich.

"Why have I been asked to resign?" she asked.

Early this month, she wrote McNulty again, saying that "I respectfully request that you reconsider the rationale of poor performance as the basis for my dismissal. It is in our mutual interest to retract this erroneous explanation."

She added: "Politics may not be a pleasant reason but the truth is compelling." [...] In one uncomfortable exchange with Chiara, McNulty aide Mike Elston said, "our only choice is to continue to be truthful about this entire matter."

"The word performance obviously has not set well with you and your colleagues," Elston wrote. "By that word we only meant to convey that there were issues about policy, priorities and management/leadership that we felt were important to the Department's effectiveness."

Performance means "that there were issues about policy, priorities and management/leadership that we felt were important to the Department's effectiveness"?

Color me confused. I thought a Prosecutor's performance would have had something more to do with prosecuting stuff. Bad performance=bad prosecuting.

Hey Rove! Haven't you learned not to fuck with lawyers yet?

Politics is one of my favorite sports. Absofuckinglutely!

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Posted by Rosemary on 03.20.2007. 9 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Monday, March 19, 2007

I Got Nothin'

I'm having one of those days. I don't have any ideas, any initiative or any desire to do anything but stay in bed with my head under the covers. I'm not sick just feel empty and kinda blah. You know what I mean?

So, why don't we have an open thread. Got anything interesting?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.19.2007. 6 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Saturday, March 17, 2007

The Garden

Q: What were Adam's first words to Eve?

A: "Stand back, I don't know how big this thing gets!"

Posted by Rosemary on 03.17.2007. 6 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Friday, March 16, 2007

Congressional Hearing

I am currently watching Valerie Plame-Wilson tesify before Congress. She's coming across quite sympathetic. I don't know all the facts yet because they just got started but you know it's bad when I, your quite evil queen, have already called the Bush Administration "fuckers" four times in the last hour.

More to come as I continue to watch...

Posted by Rosemary on 03.16.2007. 42 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Al Qaeda Mastermind Confesses

"Khalid Sheikh Mohammed proudly confessed to a U.S. military tribunal that he "decapitated with my blessed right hand the head of the American Jew, Daniel Pearl," more than five years after the Wall Street Journal reporter's execution was shown in a video, according to a transcript released by the Pentagon."

Mohammed portrayed himself as Al Qaeda's most ambitious operational planner in a confession to a U.S. military tribunal that said he planned and supported a series of terrorist attacks, ranging from the gruesome attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 — which killed nearly 3,000 — to a 2002 shooting on an island off Kuwait that killed a U.S. Marine, according to an account released by the Pentagon.

He listed for the Guantanamo tribunal 28 attacks he claimed to have directly planned or carried out, and another three he supported, including trying to kill Pope John Paul II, President Clinton and Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf.

He also said he planned the 2002 bombing of a Kenya beach resort frequented by Israelis, the failed missile attack on an Israeli passenger jet after it took off from Mombasa, Kenya, and the bombing of a nightclub in Bali, Indonesia that killed more than 200.

Other plots he said he was responsible for included planned attacks against the Sears Tower in Chicago, the Empire State Building and New York Stock Exchange in New York City, the Panama Canal, and Big Ben and Heathrow Airport in London — none of which happened.

Wow, that's a lot of confessing. I'm not satisfied and I won't be until he confesses to killing Jimmy Hoffa, JFK and Martin Luthor King. The way he's taking credit, it won't be too long...

Posted by Rosemary on 03.15.2007. 5 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Kids Are Strange Little Beings

Our younger son, Draco, just turned 2 in January. I've mentioned before that he doesn't talk. Not a peep. No mama, no dada. Nada. Initially, I was concerned and talked to his pediatrician. The doctor said not to be too worried because often kids develop in different stages. Children that are advanced in motor skills tend to talk a bit later. Draco is definitely advanced in his motor skills. I also got some encouragement from Thomas Sowell.

Dean and I started to think that Drake was just screwing with us. Choosing not to talk or choosing to not let us in on his ability to talk. Why did we think so? Because from an early age, Draco, seemed really intelligent. More than a baby should be. It was in his eyes and it was the way he did things. He was out thinking us constantly. I'd create barriers to keep him contained and he'd figure out an escape route in a matter of minutes. There isn't a childproof device that he hasn't defeated and sometimes in a matter of only seconds.

Up until a week ago, we only heard genuine laughter and nonsensical grunts from that little boy. That changed last Saturday. I was heading to his room with clean laundry to put away when I heard an unfamiliar voice count: one, two, three, four, five, six...

He stopped at six because that's when he noticed I was standing in the doorway, with my mouth hanging open. He looked at me, and then grunted like "Boy" from Tarzan. I smiled and said, nice try but I caught you! I then picked him up and took him to Dean and explained what I heard. He listened and when I finished telling his daddy that not only can he talk but he can count to six. Draco looked into his smiling father's eyes and immediately shook his head no for all he was worth.

Well, he tried to maintain the "I don't talk" persona but gave up when I caught him saying his ABC's. Correctly and without assistance, btw. I now start singing ABC's and pause throughout the song so he can fill in the missing letters. Like musical chairs but with the alphabet. My barely 2 year old son can say and identify all of the alphabet. And the little brat can actually count to ten. I heard that today. I said to him, "you can count to ten?" He just smiled and sang, "abcdefg, hijk, lmnop, qrs, tuv, wxy and z".

Kids are strange little beings but there is nothing more wonderful in this entire world.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.15.2007. 6 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Quick, it's a race. Who is out first?

The Attorney General or the General (Pace)? I give Gonzales one month before he starts cleaning out his desk. A few more months for the other guy.

Who's your pick?

You have the right to remain...

You have the right to remain....

NOT Gay!!!
.......................................NOT GAY!!

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Posted by Tim Snyder on 03.14.2007. 37 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Religion

Posted by Rosemary on 03.13.2007. 1 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Question of the Day

Why does it feel like summer when it hits 70° in March?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.13.2007. 3 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Lulu Blooker Prize Finalist!

Congrats to Dean and John Eddy, Methuselah's Daughter is a finalist in the fiction category for the coveted Blooker Prize. One of the judges is Arianna Huffington. Cool beans, eh?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.13.2007. 1 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Monday, March 12, 2007

Question of the Day

What is the meaning of life?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.12.2007. 13 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Borat - Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan

I bought it and I loved it. I've already watched it a couple times and lost my spleen. I almost peed my pants during the naked scene. And "Sexydrownwatch" was totally sick. Did that air in the theater or was that only an extra on the DVD? Dean still hates it, of course, I think Dean is severely humor impaired...

Posted by Rosemary on 03.12.2007. 3 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Sunday, March 11, 2007

Babies

Waaah! We don't like Fox News! Waaah!

Posted by Rosemary on 03.11.2007. 33 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Thursday, March 8, 2007

Dead Parrot

Posted by Rosemary on 03.08.2007. 11 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Question of the Day

Who is this hottie? And who is his famous brother?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.08.2007. 7 Comments 0 Trackbacks
The Truth Has Set Him Free

Matt Sanchez has written a piece for Salon called Porn Free. It details his experience as an outspoken Ivy League student at Columbia and military vet that was outted as an ex-gay porn star by his former friends, the Left.

As I suspected, Conservatives near and far have rallied in support of Matt.

Why did I become a conservative? Just look at what I left, and look at who is attacking me today. Let's face it: Those on the left who now attack me would be defending me if I had espoused liberal causes and spoken out against the Iraq war before I was outed as a pseudo celebrity. They'd be talking about publishing my memoir and putting me on a diversity ticket with Barack Obama. Instead, those who complain about wire-tapping reserve the right to pry into my private life and my past for political brownie points.

Sure, I had my picture taken with Ann Coulter. I don't agree with what she said, but anyone in the military would defend her right to say it. I'm not apologizing for it. I'm also not going to claim I'm sorry for leaving a long-ago summer job off my curriculum vitae. A lot things in my life don't add up, but then I was never good at math. It's just a part of my past, and as anyone who reflects on the past realizes, it contributes to who I am today. No apologies, just recognition. No running away, just moving forward.

[...]

By the way, as a political minority on the Columbia campus, people are always asking me, "How can you be a conservative? They're so hateful." That wasn't the feeling I got when I accepted my award. And it's not what I've been hearing from the conservative community since my "outing."

I am embarrassed to admit that was I worried that my fellow conservatives would distance themselves from me when the news about my film career broke. The opposite has happened. I've been asked to give my point of view, invited to speak at various functions, and invited back on television. My peers on the right have gone out of their way to give me a vote of confidence and avoid a rush to judgment.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.08.2007. 22 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Question of the Day

What have the Romans done for us? Ever?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.07.2007. 24 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Why I Have A Big Problem With #3

Dean's World's new editorial policy dictates that you must write with the following presumptions:

1) Islam does not represent the forces of Satan or the Anti-Christ bent upon destruction of the Christian world.

2) There is no 1,400 year old "war with the West/Christianity" being waged by "The Muslims" or anyone else.

3) Islam as a religion is no more inherently incompatible with modernity, minority rights, women's rights, or democratic pluralism than most ancient religions.

4) Medieval, anachronistic, obscure terms like "dhimmitude" or "taqiyya" are suitable for intellectual discussion & analysis. They are not and never will be appropriate to slap in the face of everyday Muslims or their friends.

5) Muslims have no more need to prove that they can be good Americans, loyal citizens, decent people, or enemies of terrorism than anyone else does.

Well, I have a big problem with #3 and I would like to thank Saudi Arabia's latest decision for spelling it out so clearly.

A 19-year-old Saudi woman who was kidnapped, beaten and gang raped by seven men who then took photos of their victim and threatened to kill her, was sentenced under the country's Islamic-based law to 90 lashes for the "crime" of being alone with a man not related to her.

Well, most ancient religions are well versed in the ideals of the 21st century. Till, Islam catches up, #3 is a big FUCKING JOKE. I'm also pretty sure that no ancient religion currently hangs gays for being gay, either... cough Iran cough.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.07.2007. 94 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Question of the Day

What is the air speed velocity of an unladen swallow?

Posted by Rosemary on 03.06.2007. 22 Comments 0 Trackbacks
New Blog Born After the Exodus

Ron Coleman has a new blog. Those of us that enjoyed his posts on Dean's World can breathe easier now!

Posted by Rosemary on 03.06.2007. 2 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Monday, March 5, 2007

Oh No He Didn't!

As I have stated more than once on this blog, I watch Real Time with Bill Maher regularly. I listen and often I laugh. I really enjoy the show. All weekend long we have been seeing the headline: Bill Maher Sorry the Assassination Attempt on Dick Cheney Failed and I must say what utter bullshit that is.

Seriously, did anyone reporting that actually watch the show? If he had said it or even implied it, I would've been all over it. He did not in any way suggest that he was saddened by Cheney not dying. What he said was that if Cheney did die, others wouldn't be. That was more about the fact that Cheney pushed for Iraq and nobody, not no one can say that people haven't died because of that.

He never once said he was sorry Cheney didn't die. Get the fuck over it, already.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.05.2007. 15 Comments 0 Trackbacks
QOAE Alum Has A Blog

Remember Dave in Texas? Well, I do and he has been blogging for a while now. We re-hooked up at Ace's blog. Go say hey to Dave in Texas

Posted by Rosemary on 03.05.2007. 1 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Nothing Chic About Hate

As much as I find funny about Ann Coulter's writing, I also find equally disturbing. I guess most comics get a 50/50 nod from me. Yeah, I know Coulter is not a "comic", well she's funny to me. But she is supposedly a serious conservative poltical writer and that said, I found her use of both "faggot" and "raghead" disgusting at the CPAC conference. There are very few times when racist remarks can be used for a humorous affect, Kevin Smith can do it. Coulter can't.

I know my liberals are gonna pile on and I welcome it. I'd also like you to remember that I do not discriminate in my condemnation. I will slap liberals and conservatives alike. I don't excuse my side, like many liberals do with their own racists, I find all of it sick. What I find equally sick is when racist hypocrites like Steve Gillard, who referred to Lt. Gov Michael Steele as "Sambo"piling on. Steve Gillard calling Ann Coulter a hatemonger is like David Duke calling Fred Phelps a homophobe. Give me a fucking break.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.05.2007. 113 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Sunday, March 4, 2007

Lesser Question of the Day

Should "Knick Knacks" be legal? Why or why not? I mean, if you've got 3,000 ceramic angels, poodles, or unicorns sitting on the shelf collecting dust, mold spores, and bacteria you should be dragged off to prison.

Posted by Tim Snyder on 03.04.2007. 3 Comments 0 Trackbacks
Question of the Day

Should prostitution be legal? Why or why not.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.04.2007. 19 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Friday, March 2, 2007

Potty Mouth Bloggers

I'm ashamed of my fellow Right-wingers. We lost by 18-1 in the 7 dirty word category to the Liberals. Well, we just have try a little fucking harder. Comments count too, so get with it people.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.02.2007. 15 Comments 0 Trackbacks

Thursday, March 1, 2007

Stop The Presses. I Agree With The Democrats!

House Dems Seek to Repeal "Don't Ask Don't Tell".

Rep. Martin Meehan, D-Mass., on Wednesday revived legislation aimed at forcing the military to eliminate the policy preventing homosexual service members from being open about their orientation. Meehan said he expects the House Armed Services panel to hold hearings on the issue.

"I have worked in Congress to fight this policy because I believe that for more than a decade now it has undermined our national security interests," Meehan said.

He filed a similar measure that failed in the previous Congress, which was controlled by Republicans. That bill had more than 120 co-sponsors, including six Republicans. The new measure has 109 co-sponsors.

Rep. Christopher Shays, R-Conn., who appeared with Meehan at a Capitol Hill news conference, branded the military's policy on gays and lesbians "foolish and cruel."

I totally agree with this. HoofuckingRah!

It is 2007. I'm pretty sure most people, in the ranks, know who is and isn't gay. It is totally stupid to not allow them to serve openly. Unfair and cruel.

Posted by Rosemary on 03.01.2007. 31 Comments 0 Trackbacks

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