Can you hear us now? Count the votes already cast for Hillary in Florida and Michigan. Stop with the misogyny already and nominate the strongest and best candidate to go against McCain.
Today I have heard several radio commentators/hosts remark on how tired Obama is getting, of course, being sympathetic [it's all her fault it's gone on so long], but I wonder.
One even mentioned BO saying he'd been in 57 states and then, repeating 57 states again. Now that's tired! And there is that habit he has of running home to rest even before the ballots are counted in states he lost. Read more about WV to DNC - NObama!
I guess I'm just old-fashioned. The answer is "no," both practically and theoretically. No one seems to be talking about a revote here in MI, yet. Do we count (again)? Or is it just FL, where we all know they know how to count votes, and when those counts matter. This whole nightmare is just annoying the hell out of me. But I guess that's life in a banana republic- what a fun show your elections become! Read more about Headslappingly Obvious: "Revoting" is Undemocratic
One of the better roundups on the state of the "first" primaries to date. I'll exerpt the whole thing, be advised there are live links at the original post.
Read more about Primary Madness: The Time Warp Continues
Some stupid bitch in FL. Jesus on a cracker, what the hell is wrong with some people? I've got an idea: how about "The Duty Hole Monologues?" Or, "Queefings of a Bearded Taco?"
A theatre in Florida has had to change the title of a charity production of The Vagina Monologues on its marquee, after a woman complained that it was offensive.
The new name? They've decided on 'The Hoohaa Monologues'.
Registration table clarification. What I found interesting is that a majority of the election officials making this decision are Democrats. I suppose it's a "decent" compromise, it's sure better than the absentee ballot mailing "solution" proposed earlier. Still, I wonder about those laws that require any campaign signs to be so many yards away form the polling place. Oh well, it's Florida, so I suppose this is the best we can hope for.
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I only have one question. How do breast implants fit in a Biblical world view?
By Jim Stratton
ORLANDO, Fla. _Rep. Katherine Harris said this week that God did not intend for the United States to be a "nation of secular laws" and that a failure to elect Christians to political office will allow lawmaking bodies to "legislate sin."
She then warned voters that if they do not send Christians to office, they risk creating a government that is doomed to fail.