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Breakfast Scramble (Saturday)

DavidL's Breakfast Scramble
Don’t Ask, Don’t Think, the New York Slmes [1] goes stupid:

The Senate Stands for Injustice

On one of the most shameful days in the modern history of the Senate, the Republican minority on Thursday prevented a vote to allow gay and lesbian soldiers to serve openly in the military of the United States. They chose to filibuster a vital defense bill because it also banned discrimination in the military ranks.

The military discriminates against all sorts of people:  old, fast, skinny, bed-wetters, color-blind, and homosexuals.   So what.   Does the Slimes object all aforementioned discrimination or just the one advances their dubious social causes.

Dumbo’s Universe, Philp Klein, American Spectator [2]:

One can imagine candidate Obama charging that President Obama was too small-minded — that with the right attitude and proper approach, Democrats could have had a public option and that they could have ended tax cuts for the rich.

A lot has changed since Obama’s candidacy, but one thing that has remained the same is that Obama himself — whether he’s urging people to expect more or schooling them on why they should be happy with less — is always the righteous one.

“An artist creates his own moral universe,” a character quips in Woody Allen’s Bullets Over Broadway. So, too, does our president.

Dumbo, b/k/a Barack Obama, doesn’t know the number of  state, but he always knows he is right.

I have a dream, no more illegals.  Why the DREAM Act is stupid, from Paul Reyes, Useless Toady: [3]

For most of his life, Pedro Ramirez was a typical American kid. Yet everything changed in his senior year of high school when he found out that his parents had brought him from Mexico when he was 3 — illegally. After learning of his status, Ramirez kept it secret. He went on to Fresno State University, where he was elected student body president. Last month, however, an anonymous tip to the school newspaper outed him.

Now 22, Ramirez would like to become an attorney, but his future is in limbo. Lacking papers, he cannot legally work in this country and remains at risk for deportation. He is a prime candidate to benefit from the DREAM Act.

Just what our country needs, another freeping lawyer with utterly no regard for either respecting or upholding the laws of the United States of America.     Mexico needs lawyers.  Go there.