From the daily archives: Thursday, November 9, 2006

Cry, little Santorum, Cry!

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Boo hoo hoo!? My homophobic asshole father just got fired!

(note: she and her doll are wearing the same dress!)

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What should be on the agenda

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Now that it’s more-or-less official that the Senate has gone Blue, it’s time to start talking about what Democrats should want to try and get done.

At the national level:

Start reinserting some kind of oversight on Presidential action Hold hearings on controversial bills passed over the past six years Hold hearings on the administration of the Iraq War Push a minimum wage increase Start real efforts on alternative energy development Getting out of Iraq Stem cell research Balancing the budget Border security / Immigration reform Bringing back civil rights eroded away with the Patriot Act/Military Commissions Act Fixing FEMA […]

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766 days until Election Day 2008, and we’ve already got at least one official candidate for President: Tom Vilsack.

Democratic Gov. Tom Vilsack of Iowa took the initial step in his long-shot bid for the White House Thursday, establishing a presidential campaign committee and seeking an early jump on 2008.

?Americans sent a clear message on Tuesday. They want leaders who will take this country in a new direction,? Vilsack, Iowa?s two-term governor, said in a statement. ?They want leaders who share their values, understand their needs, and respect their intelligence. That?s what I?ve done as governor of Iowa, […]

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Rush: I was lying to my listeners

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Rush Limbaugh yesterday:

I’m liberated from having to constantly come in here every day and try to buck up a bunch of people who don’t deserve it, to try to carry the water and make excuses for people who don’t deserve it. I did not want to sit here and participate, willingly, in the victory of the libs, in the victory of the Democrat Party by sabotaging my own.

There have been a bunch of things going on in Congress, some of this legislation coming out of there that I have just cringed at, and it has been […]

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