Thursday, January 17, 2008
Tuesday, January 15, 2008
From Harry Shearer's site.
She giggles, she squeals, she swears, she "freaks out", she gets a cold -- she's a real human being, folks. My favorite line is "I don't know... I just feel like we're, like, kind of not making it kind of dramatic enough."
Scott Ott, that is. Right on target as usual. From yesterday:
Democrat Sen. Barack Obama today seemed to indirectly respond to presidential rival Sen. Hillary Clinton’s suggestion that Martin Luther King’s dream would have gone unfulfilled if not for President Lyndon B. Johnson who signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Sen. Clinton’s comment was meant to contrast her vast record of accomplishment and political prowess, with Sen. Obama’s mere rhetorical skills and inspirational persona, but the rookie Senator offered an analogy of his own.
“The 19th Amendment to the Constitution grants women the right to vote,” said Sen. Obama, “and while women, like Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, marched, and spoke and held inspirational rallies, ultimately it took men in 36 state legislatures to fulfill that dream.”
“Now, I would not suggest,” the former Illinois state legislator added, “that it takes a man to really make change in this country, nor even that it takes someone with experience in a state legislature. I’m just sayin’.”
Read the rest for Clinton's alleged response.
Wowwwww... People, check out today's bible art. A picture is worth a thousand lamentations. That Rembrandt dude sure could paint.
Caption: "Despite the warnings in his prophecies, Jeremiah has to witness the fall of his beloved Jerusalem. Nebuchadnezzar’s troops set the city on fire."
"By the rivers of Babylon we sat and wept..." I'll bet Kucinich is jealous of old King Nebu -- he only managed to set the Cuyahoga River on fire.