Can't get enough Harriet

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I don't get it, either.

Just the fact that the woman has no judicial experience is enough to make me say she's unacceptable. Knowing that she thinks Shrub is the "most brilliant man she's ever known" is terrifying.

The Dems lost me the minute Harry Reid came out and supported her before any of us knew what was happening. They're going to have to actively get my vote back now. There's just no point in putting my energy into a party this impotent.

I'm looking at a war on my body, my sexuality, my religion, my lifestyle and my livelihood from an organized fascist regime with no opposition. Thanks a lot, Democrats.

Support the Women's Autonomy and Sexual Sovereignty Movements

Morgaine Swann's picture
Posted by Morgaine Swann on 5 October 2005 - 12:38am
She doesn't look inspiring

The trouble with a stupid President, he'll choose people dumber than him - not to say she's dumb, but he is missing a lot of well qualified people.

Matsu's picture
Posted by Matsu on 5 October 2005 - 5:14am
message

Does this blog find disingenuous the Conservatives' support of an "unmarried, childless, career woman?"

David's picture
Posted by David (not verified) on 5 October 2005 - 7:03am
Actually, that's not my observation

That little bit of snark was something I read, but alas I don't have a link. I missed it in all the excitement. Also alas, I believe it's true when it comes to many conservatives -- the kind, for example, that write up that law in Indiana they're working on that will require "gestation licenses" of unmarried women before they can get pregnant.

media girl's picture
Posted by media girl on 5 October 2005 - 8:34am
He supports Condi Rice. And

He supports Condi Rice. And I think she needs to face a tribunal.

hoopla's picture
Posted by hoopla (not verified) on 5 October 2005 - 9:16am
Harriet

I'm choking on the idea that Rove/Bush would willingly allienate the Republican Party. Surely, with all Rove's "genius", he saw what was coming. If you are down in the 3rd quarter but win the game anyway, the crowds cheer that much louder. I completely agree with you MG. Let's not buy any wooden nickels.

And I'm trying to watch that other hand. Is this bruhaha a calculated distraction?

deb's picture
Posted by deb (not verified) on 5 October 2005 - 7:53am
It seems to come suspicously

It seems to come suspicously close to Delay getting indicted. Delay's indictment is closely tied to Jack Abramoff, who was passing a lot of dirty money around, according to rumor. I think that this has hallmarks of Bush shooting from the hip when he is under pressure. If Delay goes down, he will suck down a number of his cronies with his wake. Bush is scared because if that happens, his chances of social security rape are dead, even with-in the republican party. Bush has never stopped operating like it is 2002, that he can do no wrong and everything is going great and that he is the next Lincoln.

Hoopla's picture
Posted by Hoopla (not verified) on 5 October 2005 - 9:15am
I'm with you. The voices of

I'm with you. The voices of conservatives badmouthing Miers seems suspiciously like being "on message" to my ears. I just don't buy it. And Bush stumbling or bumbling with the nomination? Give me a break. I'll buy that for a dollar.

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Posted by Wordlackey on 10 October 2005 - 9:05pm