April 26, 2004

Monday stuff

Want to lose weight but not sure how/where to start? Eat every meal at McDonald's. Junk science continues to take a beating.

For once I agree with some Democrats:

Senate Republicans this week will launch a series of hearings to promote the value of traditional marriage, a move some Democrats are calling an election year ploy that is none of Congress' business.

Stayed tuned for anything else that politicians might think is none of their business. Don't hold your breath, though.

Watch out! She might lose an eye! Oops, too late.

It's crap like this that makes people contemptuous of law enforement officers. Apparently Common Sense isn't dead; it's a myth.

Today's forecast: continued light, followed by increasing darkness until nightfall. It will then stay dark all night. Hey, it's the only forecast that Russians will want to give in the future.

Leave it to Maxine Waters to provide the best WTF?! comment from this past weekend. Via KLJ at the Corner:

There were a good number of "Say What" moments at the March this weekend. Some of the most telling were at the pre-rally the night before, filled with music and ranting aimed at modern-day bra-burner wannabe college students and their nostalgic feminist mothers. One of the most bizarre though, came from Maxine Waters. After sending a civil message to the president (George W Bush, go to hell! And while you're at it, we want you to take Ashcroft with you. And don't forget Rumsfeld. And please carry along Condi Rice."), Waters told the rallied, "I have to march because my mother could not have an abortion."

What a freaking idiot.

Jonah Goldberg just linked to a site that clearly shows how pumped the Dem's are to vote for Kerry this fall: John Kerry is douchebag but I'm voting for him anyway.

Update: Mickey Kaus says the site is a fraud.

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lol..loved that Maxine Waters quote.

Posted by: Sarah at April 27, 2004 01:57 AM