Yes, we know, but we just can’t help ourselves.
UpInArms: wasn’t it Stalin that said: “It’s not who votes that counts, it’s who counts the votes.”?
We’re frankly surprised that a member of the Dhimmicratic Underachievers even has to ask that question. You better be careful about reading and memorizing the Masters or you’ll be sent to Re-education Camp.
Mithras61: Just exactly how “near” is this “near party line vote.” I want to know who crossed the party lines and in which direction. If any Dems are in the group that voted FOR Scalito, they need to pay (with their seat, preferably in the Primary, but would accept this November).
You’re damn right! Replacing those damn DINOs with Republicans is bound to teach them a valuable lesson! Preach it, sister!
hallc: looks like 4 crossed over to the dark side
Ben Nelson - Nebraska voted Yea
Kent Conrad - North Dakota voted Yea
Tim Johnson - South Dakota voted Yea
Robert C. Byrd - West Virginia voted Yea
And would KKK Byrd please cross right back over again? The stench is unbearable.
Javaman: I weep for our future…
Me too. Where the fuck are we going to find ROOM for all of those Dhimmicratic camp inmates?
Feeney2: So what is the earliest timetable for Roe v. Wade being overturned? Is there anything pending in the current session to make it happen?
Tomorrow morning, right after tea. And no, there isn’t. Get your coathangers ready.
JPace: I recently saw a t.v. interview of a physician who regularly performs abortions….he believed that if Alito were confirmed that Roe v Wade would be overturned within one year.
And, as we all know, the go-to person when looking for political insight and analysis would be a physician. Just like you’d go to your local mechanic for a quadruple bypass surgery.
InAbLuEsTaTe: It may be a dark day but the sun will shine again. I’m pissed as hell–maybe more than when the election was stolen from Gore–and I’m going to channel that anger into doing something about the sorry state of our Democratic party.
Just keep it up. It’s been six years since the “stolen” election and just look how much good all of that channeling had done for you. Can’t argue with success.
symbolman: I’m seriously thinking of starting a third party and strange as it may sound I want to call it the “Cool” Party. Coolers.
COOL is Not COLD.
No. NOOOO! Please don’t throw us into the briar patch and start a third party!
It is NOT COOL to starve old folks and children. It is NOT COOL to kill ANYONE.
…unless they’re unborn children, of course, in which case it’s terminally UNcool to suggest that we stop it.
It is NOT COOL to invade women’s bodies…
Send the Marines!
…or make their decisions for them. It is NOT COOL to have no health insurance for ALL americans.
Fine. Go buy them some, then. Oh, we forget. You can’t since you’re “sacrificing” your professional career to the urgent need to sit around in your mom’s basement being an Internet “activist.”
It is NOT COOL to start wars for no reason.
“Because you can” is a good reason.
Who doesn’t want to be COOL?
Er… We don’t?
I can’t support much of what the Green Party advocates and they have too much baggage, too vilified by the general public, not that I’m not cool with environmental stances, etc. SOME of what they espouse is Cool with me and most americans.
The platform is basically calling out everything that is not COOL with US. Get a new direction, a style, a way of thinking that everyone wants to be involved in.
Absolutely. The best way of getting everybody lining up to be a member is to declare that anybody not doing so is sooo unCOOL!
Of course if YOU are COOL then you are already a charter member
I’m not kidding
Of course you’re not.
That’s the best part.