Sat, Jan 15th - 10:22AM
I wonder how effective contacting Robert Sheldon, the president of U of A would be?
Looking over the video, Sheldon seemed to have really helped to set the tone for the evening’s planned solemn memorial service, looked like he was having a good time…and as university president he surely should have stepped in to get his students under control…but chose not to.
coldwarrior on January 14, 2011 at 1:26 AM
The Huck Finn edit.
Do as I say, not as I do.
The only reason this idea [sitting randomly, not by party] has arisen right now is so that when the cameras pan the House during Obama’s State of the Union Show, the fact that his side has been so clearly decimated will be less apparent to the viewing audience with the remaining Democrats scattered amongst the majority Republicans in the House. This is so blatantly obvious to me and I really am at a loss to understand why the Republicans are so accommodating on this. Wake up Boehner, your getting played, big time!
leapsandbounds on January 14, 2011 at 7:42 PM
I want a vote on this! I want the names of the idiots we eliminate next. If we can’t win when we win then I want to know who to get rid of and the Senile Senator from AZ might just as well go sit on that side anyway as he has done not a damn thing to defend his runnig mate or conservatives. AZ REPUGNANTENS ya rewarded the Senile old fool with your votes and he spits in yer eye.
dhunter on January 14, 2011 at 7:44 PM
Ace on "cheap grace."
This is not the first time Democrats have tried to atone for their ugly behavior on the cheap, but that doesn't make Udall's suggestion any less cowardly. Senator Udall, members of your party and your base have accused me and those who share my ideology of murder. If you want to show me that you're serious about unity, you have to be willing to offer more than empty symbolism.
You want unity? Prove it. Now's the time for your Sister Souljah moment. Name names.
...Last weekend, a member of Congress was seriously injured and six people who went to meet her died. Instead of acknowledging the tragedy and taking the time to mourn, the left shamelessly used the dead as weapons in their war against their political opponents. What should shame you the most, Senator Udall, is that they were able to assume the freedom to do so because their allies did not speak out against them when it mattered most.
It will take more than a seating chart to attain true unity, Senator Udall. Unity, like grace, is not cheap. Nor should it be.
T-shirts at memorial were 0bama team's.
as Insty says, there's a reason they'd rather talk about Palin.
Dianna on Jan 14, 5:57 PM said:
@Jeff, dude Democrats have controlled congress (that is who writes the checks, and writes the bedgets for the Nation) since 2006. Bush CONTROLLED congress with his Veto, and was able to contain and prevent the worst that Nancy and Dingbat Harry along with Barry Soetoro wanted to do to us.
Well in 2008 that check on their insanity was lifted (thanks to all the morons voting for hope and change who only got us a whole container ship of debt and I might add, MORE OF THE SAME from 2006 onward...), and they went effing NUTS and then klobbered us more debt than ALL the congresses and presidents in our history COMBINED. DEMOCRATS HAVE DONE THIS.
This insanity of Debt is something that is OWNED by Democrats, and I fully plan on holding all of them, and those who vote for them, responsible. So if you voted Demcorat - FU, thanks a lot you hypocrite.
“The urge to save humanity is almost always a false-front for the urge to rule it.” –H. L. Mencken
Texas, California, and the Tale of the Coyote
Bill Maher says the Founding Fathers would hate the Tea Party. You know, I don't think so.
The more obvious question he unwittingly raises is what the Founding Fathers might think of Bill Maher.
Personally, I ain’t no Founding Father but I think of him as little as possible.
Drained Brain on January 15, 2011 at 10:23 AM
Doesn’t Mawhore remember that the Founding Father’s were Tea Partiers themselves?
Epic fail for an epochal fool.
profitsbeard on January 15, 2011 at 10:30 AM
Geeze. Your tax dollars at work.
Neither rain, nor sleet, nor gloom of night will stop the USPS from wasting your money.
Electrongod on January 15, 2011 at 11:35 AM
What does it take to end a political career?