Courtesy of ABC News UPDATE: This post has been edited to correct a consistent typo that changed the name of Senator Menendez; my apologies to the Senator, and to our readers, here and at AJP. Read below the fold...
Connecticut is a major battleground. If Joe Courtney beats Rob Simmons, and Diane Farrell beats Chris Shays, and Chris Murphy beats Nancy Johnson, little Connecticut will give Democrats three of the 15 seats they need to take back the House. That's quite an opportunity! Or maybe not:
So, who does NARAL want to win? Read below the fold...
That word is: Disintermediation.
Why on earth would I read "David Broder" when I can read a hundred bloggers with better style, better analysis, and better information, and all of it more timely?
Your brand is shopworn. You're old and in the way. Don't go away mad. But please--
[You will know them by their fruits. Are grapes gathered from thorns, or figs from thistles? Matt 7:16]
What's the smell of sulfur but the smell of evil?
But we can't say we weren't warned.
The child is father to the man.
The boy blows up frogs by shoving firecrackers up their ass and lighting the fuse, according to a boyhood friend.
The man becomes the Torturer-in-Chief.
I'd say that's Moral Clarity, straight up. Read below the fold...
I mean, the Republicans are the party that used Terri Schiavo's dead body as a political football.
They're also the party that believes in forced pregnancy.
So, it's to be expected that they would find "outrages upon human dignity" to lack "clarity."
Shameful, shameful, shameful. Read below the fold...
For those who are sensitive to the whims of the zeitgeist, the narrative seems to be changing. Unbelievably, some reporters are actually looking at the "legal parsing" under the Republican "compromise" on torture. In fact, Times reporter Adam Liptak comes perilously close to actually getting it: Read below the fold...
You'll need a baking-size potato, a piece of butter the size of a small egg, three or four cloves of garlic, an onion half again the size of your butter, about half a cup of flour, about half a cup of milk, a little top round steak, some salt, fresh-ground pepper, a cast iron skillet, and a beverage of your choice. Read below the fold...