Links…

Matt analyzes the Senate poll numbers: “The wind is pretty clearly at Tester’s back and Burns’ support is actually dropping over time.” But I’m with Matt, these are inexact polls. Our work is not done, but must be redoubled. You know what to do. Drop coin in Tester’s bank to celebrate the numbers. Throw a party. Call up your friends.

Red State Rebels has all the links you need to learn about this weekend’s Sali-Grant debate.

It also looks like Democrats are going to complete their takeover of Colorado’s state government.

I agree with Jeff Mangan on Montana intiatives: “Any cause worthy of changing our Constitution should 1st respect the process.”

Montana Fem gets a letter from Iraq. Worth a read.

Missoula Jason Justin beats me to the punch and comments on the Missoula Independent’s coverage of the newly-arrived Kalispell white supremacists.

The Helena IR has a blog. Ugh. It pretty much stinks. Besides parroting the right-wing speaking points, Dave Shors seems to miss the whole point of blogging – you don’t toss up a question for debate…you actually say something!

Webb trounces Allen in their Meet the Press debate. Crooks & Liars has a portion of the debate. (Oh, and Colbert on the “macaca” slur.)

While NeoMadison blames the left for “politicizing” the Iraq War, the reality is much different. Had enough?

The new torture legislation may allow the government to torture US citizens. Had enough?

Presidential apologist John Yoo admits that Bush is acting outside of the Constitution, but thinks that’s good. Had enough?

Steve Benen on how the IRS may be being used by Bush as a political weapon. Had enough?

The latest spinach e.coli outbreak probably a result of the new voluntary reporting instituted by the Bush-controlled FDA. Again, Bush demonstrates he values corporations above human health and safety. Had enough?

Donald Rumsfeld comes up with a new rationale for Iraq: keeping gas prices low. Had enough?

Advertisements

  1. You know I had enough three years ago. Change now please thank-you.

  2. Hey, I’m Justin, not Jason! Who’s Jason? I tell you what… I won’t count your honest mistake against you if I can have a freebie in the bank for later. ;-)

    -Justin

  3. Dang! I was thinking “Justin” when I wrote it, that’s why I called you “Missoula Justin,” as opposed to the “As if you think I give a d*mn Justin.”

  4. Would you be in favor of the new torture legislation if it exempted Americans?

  5. Hey, no worries. Thanks for the fix! :-)

  6. No, I’m against the torture legislation, period. The reason I wrote that is to show those waffling where it can lead. A lot of people view torture as only happening to “terrorists,” so they shut down. But when they consider it happening to “Americans”…well, maybe someone they might actually think about it…




Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s


  • Pages

  • Recent Comments

    Miles on A New Shelter for Vets or an E…
    success rate for In… on Thirty years ago ARCO killed A…
    Warrior for the Lord on The Dark Side of Colorado
    Linda Kelley-Miller on The Dark Side of Colorado
    Dan on A New Shelter for Vets or an E…
    Former Prosecutor Se… on Former Chief Deputy County Att…
    JediPeaceFrog on Montana AG Tim Fox and US Rep.…
  • Recent Posts

  • Blog Stats

    • 1,672,579 hits
  • Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

    Join 2,737 other followers

  • September 2006
    S M T W T F S
    « Aug   Oct »
     12
    3456789
    10111213141516
    17181920212223
    24252627282930
  • Categories


%d bloggers like this: