Two things: 1) the stub off my mail-in ballot, and 2) the paper with my “I Voted” sticker.
“If Warren is allowed to give the invocation, the bright American rainbow that got Obama into office will dim in a way that spells danger for what else Obama will not stand up for.” – Derrick Z. Jackson, the Boston Globe
As of today, two states: Massachusetts and Connecticut recognizte gay and lesbian people as full citizens with all the rights and responsibilities as every other citizen.
PSA No to Proposition 8
It is just sickening the outright lies the McCain/Palin ticket is telling in a desperate attempt to foment enough fear in the electorate to win based upon ignorance and bigotry. Sarah Palin’s rant of lies in Clearwater, Florida this week is a low point in American politics, as reported by the Washington Post here is
OK … the below photo was released by the McCain campaign from the Republican convention. Something tells me Sarah Palin wasn’t the only thing not vetted properly.
Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Sarah Palin laughs as cancer survivor Senator Lyda Green of the Alaska State Senate is called a “bitch” and a “cancer” on “The Bob and Mark Show”, a radio show on KWHL in Alaska. Even worse, she went back on the same show with John McCain after this whole fiasco when
As a life-long democrat (well, like Hillary, I was raised republican but saw the light in college and switched parties before my first presidential election), I am desperately looking forward to a Democratic Party administration after 8 years of George W’s idiotic foreign and domestic policy.
Looking at the numbers, barring a miracle, Barack Obama looks to be the Democratic Party nominee in 2008.
That scares me; but not for the reason you may think.
I’m afraid of Obama’s supporters. Not the man himself. Many – and perhaps most – of those supporters are newcomers to politics. And of them, a very vocal few are pulling no stops in belittling and demonizing Hillary Clinton and her supporters.