Come git some you faggots.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A federal judge denied a request Thursday to keep secret the names of donors to California’s anti-gay marriage initiative, saying the public had a right to know who gave money to state ballot measures. Continue reading
Funny how they get balls after they retire from being Republican Congressmen. But better late than never. Continue reading
Dana Milbank: “The lawmakers gazed in awe at the figure before them. The Goracle had seen the future, and he had come to tell them about it. What the Goracle saw in the future was not good: temperature changes that “would bring a screeching halt to human civilization and threaten the fabric of life everywhere on the Earth — and this is within this century, if we don’t change….” Continue reading
Detroit happens. People lie frozen in ice in a warehouse for months. Nobody calls the cops. Nobody cares.
From the Detroit News: “There are at least 19,000 homeless people in Detroit, by some estimates. Put another way, more than 1 in 50 people here are homeless.” Continue reading
I am envious of the representatives that the Democrats elect! I’m serious! Democrat politicians do what their constituents elect them to do. Continue reading
I just might have to postpone my long dreaded withdrawal from the Republican party if the Republicans keep standing in unison against the wasteful spending that is known as “the stimulus bill.” To paraphrase what some pundit wrote, sheesh, if I had known that all it would take for Republicans to start acting like real Republicans again was to elect a Democrat to the White House, I would have voted for Al Gore back in 2000.
The overwhelming majority favoring Rush Limbaugh. See for yourself what the little commies at the DCCC are up to.
One commenter summed it up: “To Brian Wolff [writer of the petition]: Whoops! Not quite the response you were expecting, is it? Wait’ll the 20 million “tiny fringe element” who listen to El Rushbo get wind of this pathetic site.”
Rep. John Carter, a Texas Republican, sent out a press release earlier today about his innovative new bill:
All U.S. taxpayers would enjoy the same immunity from IRS penalties and interest as House Ways and Means Chairman Charles Rangel (D-NY) and Obama Administration Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, if a bill introduced today by Congressman John Carter (R-TX) becomes law.
Carter, a former longtime Texas judge, today introduced the Rangel Rule Act of 2009, HR 735, which would prohibit the Internal Revenue Service from charging penalties and interest on back taxes against U.S. citizens. Under the proposed law, any taxpayer who wrote “Rangel Rule” on their return when paying back taxes would be immune from penalties and interest. Continue reading
I know many people already think lawyers are whores, but this is taking it a bit too far. Continue reading