Archive for January 30th, 2006

Jan 30 2006

Liberal Base Beside Itself

Failure is hard to face. And right now with the Alito confirmation all but over with the vote tomorrow, the liberal base is faced with the harsh reality. It was all for nothing. For example, Meteor Blades says ‘Never Surrendor’ – but why continue if you are never going to win? Even though we knew […]

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Jan 30 2006

Cloture Vote!

Just sat down for a snack when I noticed the vote was on. Some of the interesting votes I caught are below. We know the Reps will vote for closure so the dems will be interesting. Clinton – no (pro filibuster) Mikulski – yes Murray – no Cantwell – yes Leiberman – yes Reid – […]

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Jan 30 2006

Carnival Of The Clueless

This week’s installment is called “What Would Jack Baur Do?” I have been remiss so here is last week’s, and the week before that. Three weeks of cluelessness!

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Jan 30 2006

9-11 and NSA, How To Lose A War

In an excellent opinion piece out today Debra Burlingame, widow of 9-11, illustrates why those against the NSA surveillance of terrorists are wrong – dead wrong: NBC News aired an “exclusive” story in 2004 that dramatically recounted how al-Hazmi and al-Mihdhar, the San Diego terrorists who would later hijack American Airlines flight 77 and fly […]

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Jan 30 2006

Dean is a Financial Nightmare

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For the Dems at least. In this previous post I highlighted the fact the reps were well ahead of the dems financially. It appears Dean can spend it quicker than he can get it – not to mention all the donors are probably deciding their is little to no hope for any return on their […]

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Jan 30 2006

Obscene Profiteering

Exxon just handed the Republicans their Sister Soldjah moment. Exxon is reporting mind boggling record profits in a year where we the people have had to deal with mind boggling record gas prices. IRVING, Texas – Exxon Mobil Corp. posted record profits for any U.S. company on Monday — $10.71 billion for the fourth quarter […]

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Jan 30 2006

Carnival Of The Chillin’ – Alito

On the eve of Alito’s confirmation to the US Supreme Court we wanted to hear from members of the Coalition of the Chillin’ on what the Gang of 14 Agreement meant as we look back to all that has transpired since. I think it is fair to say the filibuster-nuclear option debate has subsided significantly […]

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Jan 30 2006

Alito’s Day

I am going to keep this short, mainly because there is not a lot to say. The Democrats have been performing their usual trick of misleading bravado since the Gang of 14 agreement last spring. That agreement caused a lot of handwringing on the right – with the exception of the Coalition of the Chillin’ […]

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Jan 30 2006

War Without Warrants & Subpoenas

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To all those misinformed folks who have become so confused about FISA and NSA let me simplify it for you. We do not wage war with warrants and subpoenas. We fight crime and protect peoples rights with warrants and subpoenas, we do not fight wars with them. NSA is a military organization – part of […]

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Jan 30 2006

RINO Sightings!

The Raging RINOs have been sighted at the Radical Centrist (fitting, eh?). Stop and by and see what those RINOs are raging about this week!

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