Thursday, February 14, 2008

The Thursday ‘BushWhack’ing

Today is Valentine's Day and... well... that's pretty much it...

  • Here’s a message for the DNC… if the super-delegates choose the opposite candidate that the voters did, expect a BIG backlash in November. You can count on it… and I will help lead the charge.
  • Sen. Obama still leads Sen. Clinton in the delegate count…
  • The economic stimulus package is official after “President” Bush signed the bill yesterday. You can expect to receive the checks in May. And since NOTHING from the White House is mentioning this, allow me. These checks WILL be advances on next year’s returns… repeat, these checks WILL be advances on next year’s returns
  • Sen. McCain needs money
  • The Senate Ethics Committee, in a letter released yesterday, has “publicly admonished” Sen. Larry Craig for “attempting to use his public office to get out of his arrest last summer in a Minneapolis airport restroom sting” while also criticizing him for attempting to withdraw his guilty plea…. (But don’t ask what they’re going to do about it… I think the letter was it…)
  • Isn’t it ironic that a former POW would vote against banning waterboarding? Let the McCain-pandering begin! Unless of course you’re the Washington Times who proclaimed in a headline today; “McCain refuses to pander” (Um… the editors at the Times have a dictionary right… or is it possible that they don’t know the meaning of the word pander. Allow me to help – voting against banning a torture technique when you were once a POW who was tortured is pandering)
  • In case you forgot; the economic stimulus checks WILL be advances on next year’s returns… tell your friends.
  • Mike Huckabee is vowing to stay in the presidential race… insert own smart-ass question asking why HERE…
  • And have we mentioned? That the fight for FISA just won’t die? It’s true as it seems more and more Democrats are growing a pair and are refusing to go along with the Senate-approved bill which would have given immunity to telecom companies. (It seems this fight may be far from over… stay tuned)

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