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Monday, November 3, 2008

Soul mates

Here's a same-sex couple whose bond everyone will acknowledge.

Comments (8)

I just hope that McLame is always only a bride's maid!

I wonder where the concern is for Obama continuing the failed policies of the Pelosi/Reid congress?

Does the entire left think congress has been doing a great job?

And if the beleif is Obama will simply advance the left's agenda how does that mesh with the idea that this new moderate one will bring the country together?

Ben, I'm glad you're worrying about all that so the rest of us don't have to.

someday, somewhere, somebody will finally understand that it's not about "Left" and "Right" or "Liberal" and "Conservative".

being a Republican doesn't mean you're a Fundamentalist longing for the Rapture; being a Democrat doesn't mean you're pro-abortion(!) and hate religion.

I voted for Obama--not because he's the Messiah, but because he's an inspiring statesman who seeks to do something more than beat his chest like a weak, high-school bully.

and if for no other reasons, because (a)he's not going nuclear and calling the opponent "an America-hating terrorist Muslim who wants to destroy our country" and (b)the profound mediocrity and explicit Apocalyptic agenda of Palin scares the hell out of me.

why, oh why, would I want "Joe Six Pack" in the White House, for god's sake? I want somebody smarter than me, wiser than me, more dedicated than me.

and how does working in Washington for 27 years, attacking regulation then blasting the lack of it, earning the congressional nickname of "Senator Hothead", and agreeing with Bush over the last eight years on 90% of all legislation make you a "maverick"?

tomorrow, if we're lucky, the last eight years of chest-beating, war-mongering, corporate-enriching "patriotic" nonsense will begin to end.

"tomorrow, if we're lucky, the last eight years of,,, nonsense will begin to end"

Yeah right.
Prepare for disappointement.
That is no more going to happen than Sam Adams fixing the PDC.

Nancy Pelosi Turns Tuna Into Pork

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's home district includes San Francisco.

Star-Kist Tuna's headquarters are in San Francisco.

Star-Kist is owned by Del Monte Foods and is a major contributor to Pelosi.

Star-Kist is the major employer in American Samoa, employing 75% of the Samoan workforce.

Paul Pelosi, Nancy's husband, owns $17 million dollars of Star-Kist stock.

In January, 2007, when the minimum wage was increased from $5.15 to $7.25, Pelosi had American Samoa exempted from the increase so Del Monte would not have to pay the higher wage. This would make Del Monte products less expensive than their competitor's.

Last week when the huge bailout bill was passed, Pelosi added an earmark to the final bill adding $33 million dollars for an "economic development credit in American Samoa."

Pelosi said "Republicans are corrupt"

She should know.

Ben, you sound tired. That's because you are tired. Your boy Bush screwed the country over, people finally get it, and now your ideologies are going to become cute relics of the past. Live with it.

Oh come on Jack, your democrat ideologues have also been screwing us.

My boy Bush didn't turn out to be much of a conservative.
Opposition to his big spending, NCLB, amnesty, Prescription drug coverage expansion of goverment will live on.

Where is the best place in Portland for me to come out and join,,,, observe in a friendly way, your celebration?

Paul Pelosi, Nancy's husband, owns $17 million dollars of Star-Kist stock.

what does he have to do with the election?

and did you come to this conclusion by using a critical and skeptical mind, or did you cut and past info from, say, a right-wing blog like, oh, Free Republic or Red State News or Newbusters?

nevermind. here, read this (with a critical and skeptical eye):

geez. now *I'm* tired.

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