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24 March, 2008


Open mouth, insert foot, chew briskly. This is way better than the "Mission Accomplished" photo of President Bush. Hillary Clinton apparently dodged a hail of sniper fire on a 1996 trip to Bosnia.

In an attempt to bolster her foreign policy credentials, Senator Clinton was quoted as saying:

"We came in under sniper fire," she recently told the press. "There was no greeting ceremony. We ran with our heads down, and were basically told to run to our cars."

Here's the video of her harrowing escape:

"I was moved up to the cockpit"
-Hillary, March 2008

23 March, 2008

Typical White Person

Being a typical white person, I enjoyed Senator Obama's refreshing honesty. That is to say, I'm white, I work for a living and on the whole do typical, normal stuff.

If you are too, get the shirt and make it clear to people who might not think you're typical.

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16 March, 2008

HILLARY- A Magazine for Democrats

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11 March, 2008

Dip Me in Chocolate

09 March, 2008

Chelsea Clinton

Girl's Night Out

07 March, 2008

Hey Harry "Pinky" Reid

I lament for the days so long ago when Nevada had two serving senators. Dennis Miller agrees.

05 March, 2008

Lesbian Mom Loses Custody

The Mississippi Court of Appeals, in Davidson v. Coit, Miss. Ct. App., No. 2002-CA-01570, 2/1/05, ruled that a custodial mother's exposure of her daughters to her lesbian lifestyle and her failure to take them to church were properly considered by a trial court in changing custody to their father.

While acknowledging that the divorce court was aware of the mother's sexual preference when it originally awarded her custody (and that the fact that she was a lesbian would not support modification), the court found that the evidence buttressed the father's contention that her post-divorce conduct was detrimental to the children. It also found that in awarding custody to the father the trial court did not err in taking into account the fact that the mother did not take the children to church When the parties divorced in 1997, they were granted joint custody of their two daughters, with the mother having primary physical custody. In 2001, the father filed for modification, asserting that the children (then ages 7 and 9) had been exposed to the mother's lesbian lifestyle and that her live-in girlfriends and the maternal grandmother were raising them.

At the hearing on the father's petition, a family therapist testified that the children had admitted to him that most of their primary care was provided by their mother's live-in girlfriend and that they had been exposed to their mother's sexual behavior (they knew she shared a bedroom with her girlfriend and saw them watching movies showing "naked women ... kissing each other and lying next to each other"). At the end of the hearing, the trial judge ordered that the children be taken to church, stating: "I want the children in church wherever they may be." He then awarded the father temporary custody, pending a final ruling on the matter.

A subsequent hearing was held in 2002, at which the court questioned the mother about her not being affiliated with or taking the children to any church. The court subsequently issued an order modifying the divorce decree and granting the father permanent custody. The court's determination was based in part on its conclusion that the mother was "lacking in some aspects of her moral character," stemming from the facts that the mother "[l]ets other watch her children more than she does" and "[n]ever takes the children to church or any other moral character building programs," as well as from her own mother's concerns about her "motherly instincts," and the mother's "change of partners." The mother appealed.

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04 March, 2008

Did You Get Infected in Las Vegas?

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Is that you? The city of Las Vegas shut down the Endoscopy Center of Southern Nevada last Friday after state health officials determined that six patients had contracted hepatitis C because of unsafe practices including clinic staff reusing syringes and vials. Nevada health officials are trying to contact about 40,000 patients who received anesthesia by injection at the clinic between March 2004 and Jan. 11 to urge them to get tested for hepatitis C, hepatitis B and HIV.

Do you know someone infected? I've got two people at work who have to get tested. Estimates are that's a $450 blood test every three months for three years, the every six months for three years then once a year FOR LIFE.

Veterans get the test for free but who's going to pay for the rest?

03 March, 2008

Chelsea Clinton