Connect Four


You thought I was kidding with both this post, and this post.

I wasn

3 Comments so far

  1. James T. Struck (unregistered) on October 5th, 2005 @ 11:48 pm

    If he were indeed trying to avoid some kind of indictment that would be very sad. Again, though, Mieirs can probably do good work. Also Supreme Court appointments are not puppets. A friend now can make a decision against the friend.

    It is nice how blogs allow discussion of issues. Certain blogs….like Oyez, for example….seem to let less of my postings appear, while other blogs let a lot go through. These blogs allow discussion in ways other mediums do not allow discussion. Blogs will play a role in exposing conspiracies and dishonesty in many places and will also create dishonesty with false claims made against people.

    As an experiment on blog posting policies, I am going to go now to the Chicago Tribune blog and try to post something.

  2. nikkos (unregistered) on October 6th, 2005 @ 6:58 am

    James, barring flat out hate speech or otherwise abusive language, you’re always welome to comment here. The dialogue is what it’s all about!

  3. J FRYER (unregistered) on October 6th, 2005 @ 7:55 am

    While it is fun the hear the outraged grunts and squeals of the right as the Bushies sodomize them, they have always been expendable for the Republicans. Once they had been stampeded and bamboozled into the voting booths to pull the lever, they served their only purpose.

    I,too, am willing to withold judgement on the nominee, although Bush might have nominated the cleaning lady or his mother with equal reason.

    To secular humanists (and I consider myself one)it is worth noting that the Constitution in Article VI prohibits any religious test for public office. Much (too much) is being made of the nominee’s religious affiliation. It must be expected that she will separate her personal beliefs from her public duty of legal objectivity. After all, there have been many qualms about Catholics or Jews in high office and all have proven unjustified. For the nominee, she must also be able to say that she does not speak for her church and her church does not speak for her in matters of the law.

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