Sunday, August 13, 2006

Time to hit the road

I'll be back in a few days. If anything interesting happens leave me a heads up in the comments. Thanks to Say No and Ava for the following.






7 comments:

Doctor Rick said...

Come on...

Anonymous said...

You can poke fun at Santorum all you want, but I'll bet he rips Casey apart by election day! People aren't even thinking about issues now--but in November who are they going to vote for?? A dimwit Liberal with no experience or a proven leader like Santorum--especially in this age of terror attacks (thankfully thwarted by Pres. Bush and other Conservatives).

D.B. Echo said...

Yeah, Bush & Co. really did a bang-up job on September 11, 2001.

But, Gort, I agree (for once) with Dr. Rick. Come on! That list barely scratches the surface! What about undermining the Constitution, engaging in a war under false pretexts, numerous foreign policy failures (pretty much ALL of their foreign policy),politicizing terrorism and the victims of terrorism, placing politics above all, etc., etc., etc....

pope george ringo said...

Nobody asked me, but don't these terror alerts and elevations always seem to come about near election day?? His Holiness is not going to play the part of a far lefty paranoid--I am sure that the stories from GB are true, however we need to know exactly how far ahead in planning these guys were. The Republican plan for victory is to keep Iraq off of the front pages. The country is probably in the midst of civil war, but it has been overshadowed by the Israeli/Hezbollah conflict and now the terror threats. National Security is a Republican stronghold and if I were consulting Santorum I would tell him to lay off of Immigration and horn in on National security--it has worked for them in the last two elections but we will have to wait and see if three times is the charm.

pissed off patricia said...

I'll see you when you return. Don't worry I'll pick up the mail, water the plants and feed the dog or cat or both.

Stay safe and if this is a fun trip, have fun.

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soccermike said...

I hope the Banana Republicians do not use the phrase "Democrats are bad for America" again. That worked one time but it won't work again. I could see it now Hillary vs the nut Senator from Va, how could the republicans defend that one.

Hillary 08