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March 25, 2009

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The whole Tea Party movement needs to get large enough and noisy enough that it can no longer be ignored by the intolerably lazy mainstream media louts!

In the meantime, did you notice that the card check bill died in committee because ARLEN wouldn't let it out? Apparently he's trying to position himself for re-election. My cynical self refuses to admit any other, less self-protecting reason.

Let freedom ring! The land of the free does not need Communist style Democrats to lead us to economic recovery.

Particularly after that fellow's Hitler Youth bill got passed in the House, good for you! For some reason just had a mental picture of Himself as Miss Madam Mim, and the doughty Arthur defeating all her nasty spells anyway...

Exquisite kitty, as always!

Good luck at the tea party. We need a decent turnout at these events to get the message across. Although at the rate Obama is going, he may get most of his socialist agenda passed before April 15 when the majority of them will be held.

That is one beautiful photo of Tiny you enlivened the post with.

Card check died, that's wonderful news. That would have been just awful for businesses had it passed.

When even the San Francisco Examiner expresses doubts about a bill that has passed the U.S. Congress, shouldn't we be just a trifle concerned?

In an editorial dated 3/26/09 the S.F. Examiner discusses a radical new expansion of the AmeriCorps program, to the tune of $5.7 billion dollars. But this isn't what worries the paper most. No, what concerns them is the language calling for consideration of “a workable, fair and reasonable mandatory service requirement for all able young people.” It anticipates the possibility of requiring “all individuals in the United States” to perform such service, including elementary school students.

Anyone know the English translation of the Horst Wessel song?

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