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October 05, 2005
What Are You Talking About?

In the "wishful thinking" department, TAS at Liberal Avenger thinks Bush is going to resign.

Chris at Interesting Times takes Senator Obama to task. Politely, but firmly. And Chris is right. We'll play Follow-the-Democratic-Leaders when the Democratic Leaders walk the talk.

Chris at MYDD is is blogging some suggestions about the Democrats cowardice in addressing Iraq.

Kevin at Political Animal points out, once again, that "eminent domain" can be badly abused.

Jerome over at Bad Attitudes has another example.

Eli at Lefti talks about the Bush Administration's protection of a noted terrorist and torturer.

Do you know what "birthright" means? As David Niewert at Orcinus points out, some babies may lose theirs.

Lindsay over at Majikthise alerts me to the fact that if I, as an unmarried woman, decide to have a baby then I, as a confirmed liberal and believer in individual rights, should first move to Indiana. And choose artificial insemination. Or maybe even parthenogenesis, because I'm really annoyed at this moment.

Dr Fallon at In the Dark points out that Venezuela has taken all its toys to someone else's playground. Can their oil be far behind?

Brad DeLong on the deliberate budget demolition tactics of this Administration.

In the Out? Not Out? Forced Out? debate, I'm on Mustang Bobby's side. Your private life is no one's business...unless your behavior makes it our business.

John McKay (Archie) has found the silliest article yet on the evolution vs. creation thing. I had to look twice to make sure it wasn't penned by WSJ's sappy Peggy N. It was that dumb.

Over at Americablog, skippy has seen a movie and recommends it to us all.

It doesn't often happen, but I am laughing at Andrew Tobias. How can anyone possibly be unaware of televisionwithoutpity.com? (Although I still preferred their previous incarnation as mightybigtv.)

Posted by AnneZook at 02:07 PM


Re: Indiana's idiotic legislation, register your disgust. It's a little thing, but it will make you feel better. And you can vote multiple times!

Posted by: Shakespeare's Sister at October 5, 2005 05:02 PM

Thank you! I'll go do that.

Posted by: Anne at October 7, 2005 02:39 PM