An Ol’ Broad’s Ramblings

March 13, 2007

Evening Snack

Filed under: General News — olbroad @ 7:16

John Kerry Starts ‘Global Warming’ Book Tour

Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts kicked off a 10-city global warming book tour on Monday, promoting a cause whose most high-profile advocate, Democrat Al Gore, also lost a presidential race to George. W. Bush.

“This Moment on Earth: Today’s New Environmentalists and Their Vision for the Future” by Kerry and his wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, will be released on March 26.

Ah criminy! Just what we need, another moonbat writing moonbat books for moonbat kool aid drinkers. PFFT!

Saudis: Israel must accept peace initiative unconditionally

The peace initiative calls for a full Israeli withdrawal from areas captured in the 1967 Middle East war and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state. In exchange, Israel would receive full diplomatic recognition from the Arab world.

Last month, Foreign Miniter Tzipi Livni rejected the initiative but Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said earlier this week that Israel is giving “seriously consideration” to the plan. Olmert added however that Israel cannot accept the plan without alterations.

Usually, when you gain territory from a war, you don’t give it back, do you?

Daley blasts Blagojevich’s tax plan

“Business people are not fat cats…To describe every major CEO in Illinois as fat cats is a mistake…..They don’t have to be here. They can go to Wisconsin. They can go Indiana. They can go to India. They can go to China. So, if you want to beat up businesses, go beat `em up and when they leave, just wave to `em and they’re going to wave back to you,” Daley said.

Businesses coming to Wisconsin? Not while Gov. Dopey is in charge.

Archbishop condemns cloning bill

Archbishop Hart said yesterday embryonic cloning was “always unethical” and there was “total opposition” from the Catholic Church.

Not being Catholic, I don’t know for sure, but I get the impression that the American Catholics aren’t exactly in step with the rest of the Church? Examples of John Kerry and Teddy Kennedy come to mind.

McGee push for votes hits snag

McGee was left to point fingers at the Election Commission, saying a lack of absentee ballots “disenfranchised” 100 voters who were “turned away” at the offices. But city election officials say those who came toward the end of the day – about 25, with about 10 of those not even living in McGee’s district – were able to vote by paper ballot.
No one, they said, was turned away.

Ummm….if they didn’t live in Jackson/McGee’s district…. I’m sooo confused.

Highlights Tuesday from the Texas Legislature

The Texas House took a swipe at Gov. Rick Perry on Tuesday when they approved a bill that would keep the human papillomavirus vaccine off the list of required shots for school attendance.

Good for them! More research needs to be done about possible side effects before we start forcing our kids to take a shot for anything.


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