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August 07, 2004


Frank G

riiiggghhhtt - Sheila Jackson Lee and Cummings on a truth squad? LOL


Man, when The Guardian dumps on a liberal, things are realllllly bad.

M. Simon

Democrats mocked by the Guardian?

I think their chances are declining.

And hooray that the Guardian still has some slight regard for the truth. (What a comment on the current state of affairs)

M. Simon

BTW the link to the DNC bit leads to a Bush Campaign event in NH.

The Kid

No, not that Sheila Jackson Lee! Not the one who got into office thanks to ">http://www.pirg.org/democracy/democracy.asp?id2=5452"> Enron’s Ken Lay

Not the one who made news during a House subcommittee briefing when she asked a NASA scientist if the Mars Pathfinder had photographed the flag that Neil Armstrong had left behind. ">http://www.nationalreview.com/ponnuru/ponnuru072602.asp"> The flag was, of course, planted on the moon.

And certainly not the one who demands to be treated like a queen and continues to violate House rules by having a federal employee pick her up and drive her in a government vehicle one">http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/Printable.asp?ID=9275">one block to work each day.

The DNC has certainly engaged a brain trust.

M. Simon

Try this for the DNC bit:


The Kid

Here’s a ">http://www.washtimes.com/national/20040803-115713-2261r.htm"> story about the new DNC’s religious advisor who backs removing “under God” from the pledge:

The Democratic National Committee's new adviser for religious outreach was one of 32 signatories on a U.S. Supreme Court amicus brief backing an atheist who sought to remove the words "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance.
In February, the Rev. Brenda Bartella Peterson was one of almost three dozen Christian and Jewish clergy who — along with the Unitarian Universalist Association — asked the Supreme Court to support Michael Newdow, the California plaintiff trying to change the Pledge's wording.
But the New York-based Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights sees her in a different light.
"This is the person the Democrats want to dispatch to meet with the heads of religious organizations?" said the conservative group's president, William Donohue. "Are they out of their minds? Would they hire a gay basher to reach out to homosexuals?"

The left may make fun of religious folks, but one must admit that their shenanigans – like an atheist leading an invocation – are a lot sillier.

The link above says that the DNC advisor got fired this week. Isn't that a violation of religious tolerance?


Oh, geez, thanks for the help with the bum link. A post titled "This Is Going Well" probably isn't.


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