Just watched some of the Repub. convention. Why are Republicans so angry? They know they put bush in office, right?
Finished laughing? No? Okay, read this:
WASHINGTON (AP) — Less than a month after declaring polar bears a threatened species because of global warming, the Bush administration is giving oil companies permission to annoy and potentially harm them in the pursuit of oil and natural gas.
Via Wired (June 14, 2008 )
Saturday, Hillary Clinton did the right thing, and she did it with much grace and in a positive way. As she has said, it is now time for Democrats to come together and correct the course that this country has been on. For us to continue on the course that bush (and believers in his policies) has stubbornly followed, is insane.
Oh, and for those (alleged Hillary supporters) who say they will vote for McCain/bush rather than Barack Obama, the jig is up. Even if the news programs don’t get it, we all know you are really Republicans attempting to split the Democratic vote. It’s the only thing that makes sense.
I watched HBO’s movie, Recount tonight. My wife refused to watch it because she said it would just upset her. I told her that it was eight years ago, and bush was almost gone, so I wouldn’t be upset by it. I told her that it would be good to see it without being as emotional as I was at the time.
Guess what? All the anger came back.
It plays again tomorrow and will also show up on Video On Demand, if you care to join me in my anger.
I came across this YouTube video just yesterday and considering that I had made a point in an earlier post about the McCain/Hagee alliance, I decided to give Rev. Hagee a chance to speak for himself. How apropos since the Pope will be visiting the United States next week (starting Tuesday 4/15/2008). The video is under six minutes.
Meanwhile, as an aside, I found this interesting article over at The Rawstory:
The White House has scheduled a dinner next week in honor of Pope Benedict XVI’s first visit to the United States, but one guest will be conspicuously absent from the proceedings: the pope himself.