Eric Florack on December 19th, 2006

Yes, I know, I didn’t do a nightly ramble, last night.  Actually that little respite was provided by my ISP.  Turns out, the whole neighborhood was without connectivity.  I know; I tried looking around on some of the neighbors unprotected wireless networks.  Don’t tell them, OK? Anyway, by the time they managed to get the […]

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davidl on December 19th, 2006

Mrs. Pelosi pledged to drain the Republican swamp and serve the People’s interest and not special interests   Well that is what she said. Well instead draining the swamp, Mrs. Pelosi is merely replacing the Republican alligators with Democrat ones, like Willam Jefferson, and John Conyers    The San Francisco Chronicle details the special interests to which  Mrs. […]

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Eric Florack on December 19th, 2006

ABC News’ David Chalian Reports: As Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton continues to assess a possible presidential candidacy and the contours of a Democratic nomination fight, she has taken another step away from her 2002 vote authorizing President Bush to attack Iraq by saying that she “wouldn’t have voted that way” if she knew everything she […]

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davidl on December 19th, 2006

Neville Chamberlain attemped to achieve peace through appeasement.,  He failed.   Now John Kerry has gone to Lebanon to pass out Chamberlain style advice.   Lebanon has a free, albeit tottering, government.   Syrian and Hezbollah want Lebanon to become a puppet state of Syria, again.   So rather support the people of Lebanon, who desire freedom, Kerry again sides […]

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