« Iranian Shoe Banging | Main | Free Tarot Card Reading with Purchase »


Don't know what to think of no Harriet. I think that I am more afraid of the alternative. Wouldn't be suprised if they put the most conservative whack job out there! Did like to see the GOP in-fighting... I enjoyed that a LOT! I'm sure the next nominee will provide a "Kum-ba-yah"moment for those guys!

I'm not sure either. It could be Ownens or Brown - I think it's going to be William Pryor - definitely a big loss for our side (the side that doesn't include Dominionists and wage slavers). I'm about to post why I think so.

On the other hand, Miers was in the bag for Bush regarding all her advice to him; I doubt she would have recused herself from any torture/war/other issues before the court.

It will be interesting to see if Bush reaches for another (ex) White House staffer or similar.

Gonzales would a 2d thumb in the eye, supposedly, to the radical clerics. But if reliable defense of executive privilege and misdeeds is the goal, then Roberts was a good pick, and so will the next one be, whether Gonzales, Luttig, Bybee or someone of that ilk.

C'mon, Thomas - you have pick one. I'm going with Pryor.

I'd be really impressed if it's Abu G. Not because he wouldn't be a disaster but because the ravenous base thinks he'll be a disaster and it'd take some courage on BushCo's part to rile them further.

After such a well qualified nominee as John Roberts he better come up with a good one.

OK: Gonzales.

I hope we're both wrong, and both unduly pessimistic.

I'm sitting here stumped as to how anyone who pays attention to this administration can be unduly pessimistic. But I know what you're saying and I agree.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Bang for the Buck: Boosting the American Economy

Compassionate Conservatism in Action


  • "We are the deciders. And every single day, every single one of us needs to step outside and take some action to help stop this war."

  • Photobucket


  • "[O]ur time, our energy, should be spent in educating, agitating, organizing our fellow citizens in the workplace, in the neighborhood, in the schools. Our objective should be to build, painstakingly, patiently but energetically, a movement that, when it reaches a certain critical mass, would shake whoever is in the White House, in Congress, into changing national policy on matters of war and social justice."


  • "True religion will not let us fall asleep in the comfort of our freedom. Love thy neighbor is not a piece of advice, it's a command. ...

    God, my friends, is with the poor and God is with us, if we are with them. This is not a burden, this is an adventure."

The Reverend Al Sharpton

  • Ray wasn't singing about what he knew, 'cause Ray had been blind since he was a child. He hadn't seen many purple mountains. He hadn't seen many fruited plains. He was singing about what he believed to be.

    Mr. President, we love America, not because of all of us have seen the beauty all the time.

    But we believed if we kept on working, if we kept on marching, if we kept on voting, if we kept on believing, we would make America beautiful for everybody.


  • ''With adequate profit, capital is very bold. A certain 10 percent will ensure its employment anywhere; 20 percent will produce eagerness, 50 percent positive audacity; 100 percent will make it ready to trample on all human laws; 300 percent, and there is not a crime which it will not scruple, nor a risk it will not run, even to the chance of its owner being hanged.''

Join Us!

  • Member, Project Hamad

Happy 71st Anniversary Social Security!

  • Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting


Become a Proud Member of the Guppy Army



Count Me, Damnit!

Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 01/2004

Oh, I've Won Awards

alternative hippopotamus

Paperwight's Fair Shot

Your Liberal Media