Saturday, April 23, 2005

not feeling well

I've been feeling really tired and lethargic ever since I had some lemonade earlier today. That's ok though, it looks like my cat wants to blog


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Tomorrow is justice Sunday, or should I say IN-justice Sunday! Those chowder-head Republicans are getting together with James Dobson. You might know him from his "focus on the family" TV bits, I know him for being total jerk. He will have cat-killer Bill Frist with him to protest so-called judicial activists. Apparently, they think no one is looking out for people of faith.

This of course, is nothing more that shameless propaganda. The powers that be are so insistent on the Bush Doctrine, that they cannot tolerate any dissent of any kind. We must fall in line, 100% of the time, or face the consequences. I don't think so.

Make no mistake of what the filibuster fight is all about. This is naked power grab by the most extreme, conservative, neandethal and fundamentalist side of the Republican party. It will rightly go down in a ball of flames. They are not satisfied unless they can act completely against the best interests of our Country. You should hear some of the language they've been using.

"We set up the courts. We can unset the courts. We have the power of the purse," Tom DeLay said at an April 13 question-and-answer session with reporters."

I want all of you to tell your loved ones how bad these people are for our country. We cats cannot vote to protect ourselves. Please do the right thing and make sure people like Bill Frist, Tom Delay, James Dobson, George W. Bush, etc. can no longer hurt us this way. They have lost the right to be called Christian Conservatives.

From now, on they will be known as the American Taliban. That is our frame. Get out there and spread it.


At 5:40 PM, Blogger johnnie said...

When Christian Coalition founder Pat Robertson has told ABC that the threat posed by liberal federal judges is "probably more serious than a few bearded terrorists who fly into buildings" he showed his true colors.
As the wife of a firefighter, I know for certain that no U.S. judge caused the needless deaths of 343 firefighters and 3,000 New Yorkers who just showed up for a regular day at the office. We have a right to be angry and demand an apology. And we should do it NOW!


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