Monday, October 31, 2005

Alito Could Hurt Us A-lot-o

Great, just what we needed. Another possible threat to abortion rights. Way to go, G.W. You moron.


At 10:36 AM, Blogger InkSniffer said...

"Kim?" Did WCSG reveal her true identity? Is that last or first name, oh, pray tell.

Ciao, Theo. Thanks for leaving us in the lurch.

At 11:05 AM, Blogger 01245 said...

Yep, that's the true identity. I think I've done it before - maybe when I was blogging on livejournal. I'm on a first name basis only with my blog.

At 3:42 PM, Blogger Dehli Boy said...

I really would hope that the United States would include more diversity in the Supreme Court. I grow tired of the old white boys' club with the token representives in place. It is time the Supreme Court, the judicial system, the government represent the United States as it is now -- a diverse nation of races, religions, ethnicities, tolerances. Sorry for the rant. I came accross your "Alito" headline. I very much enjoy your other entries. I enjoy the Red Sox!

At 4:55 PM, Blogger InkSniffer said...

Understood. I respect that. I'll keep it at Witchy or WCSG, then? Good luck to Theo. Perhaps Theo will be able to dismantle another team's pitching staff, not recognize the brilliance of an Orlando Cabrerra, and bring on a Renteria like "bust" for his new employers.

At 5:36 PM, Blogger Bumpus said...

Bravo, Dehli Boy! I concur, sir, completely.

At 7:04 PM, Blogger 01245 said...

Dehli Boy & Bumpus: So true. My problems with Bush are so overwhelming, I couldn't possibly list them all without getting severe carpal tunnel, but this issue - one of diversity in positions of political power in this country - is one in which every president has the opportunity to effect positive change. They rarely do. I guess when Obama becomes the first non-white president, things will change. Hopefully for women, too. Hey, maybe he'll choose a female VP candidate. And then, in another 100 years, the US will finally elect a woman as leader of this country!

Ink - Wow, them is fightin' words. I guess if you add the BY Kim failure into this, you've covered all his shortcomings. Hardly a balanced scale, though, when you compare them to all the great things he's done for us in 3 short years. On the other hand, I do miss Orlando Cabrera. Big time.


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