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October 12, 2005


I haven't any tears left.

Boy, I'm with you there. As interested in what's happening to my country as I am, I can't quite hold all in my head at once how bad this presidency/government has been. There're rashers of crap you forget about for a while. Being a citizen lately is a lot like being in love with an untreated mentally ill person (not snark: really).

I guess if you're going to be a criminal, do it big. Sigh. Another Bush political advantage: being so bad that nobody can remember it all. It's laugh or die, AFAIC.

I know this isn't an OT, but newsflash via Josh M for anybody who hasn't seen it. Pope Caseus I has unloosed the golden stream of wisdom on the Miers question:

"These so-called movement conservatives don’t have much of a following, the ones that I’m aware of. And you just marvel, these are the senators, some of them who voted to confirm the general counsel of the ACLU to the Supreme Court, and she was voted in almost unanimously. And you say, ‘now they’re going to turn against a Christian who is a conservative picked by a conservative President and they’re going to vote against her for confirmation.’ Not on your sweet life, if they want to stay in office."

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