Saturday, November 19, 2005

Blog Universe

Some excellent blogs out there I have come across recently:

Booman Tribune
" You can make yourself sick by reading, via Crooks & Liars that GOP lawmakers are floating an ethics probe of Murtha. "Republican lawmakers say that ties between Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.) and his brother’s lobbying firm, KSA Consulting, may warrant investigation by the House ethics committee.....
Erudite Redneck
"Cut programs that mean the most to people who have the least in the first place. Leave ruinous tax cuts in place. Increase the deficit at the same time.

Blame it on a war that was reckless at best, and immoral at worst. Then blame it on God (Katrina).

Then sing with Jesus on Sunday morning.

Give me a Saturday-night hell raiser who stumbles into church the next mornin' and sticks what little jingle he has left in the offerin' plate -- ANY DAY. Drunks know they're drunks. These people couldn't care less about their overindulgences.

How can Republicans sleep at night?"
The Cranky Yankee:

For those of you who don't know him - a must read:
"We do not torture: Is this what we have become? It wasn't so long ago when the very idea that a sitting U.S. President would have to utter those words was unthinkable. Now we have a President denying widespread accusations of torture while his Vice President is strong arming Congress to exempt the CIA from the rules forbidding it.

We truly are at a low point, the torture years..."

Kick ass attitude and wit. Michelle Malkin has this to say about her:
"Profanity-laced and sex-obsessed...[a] vain, young, trash-mouthed skank."
What else need you know?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

In response to Erudite Redneck: Some of those program cuts are a good thing. Some of those that have the least have become much too comfortable with living off of those programs.

Yeah, some things even disgust the most staunch Republican, but not everything has been bad.

And I for one sleep just fine at night.

7:47 AM, November 19, 2005  
Blogger United We Lay said...

What is positive about these cuts? They set education and health care back at least 50 years. It may be, however, that I am missing something. Please, show me something positive. I am pleading with you to help restore my faith in my government.

8:27 AM, November 19, 2005  

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