Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Priorities: A Small Sampling

In New Jersey:
Two Democrats, Assemblywomen Joan Quigley and Linda Stender, are pushing to ban "Godless" from all bookstores in their state because of Coulter's biting criticism in the book of Jersey's celebrity 911 millionaire widows.
In Boston:
Window washer Christopher Guay - arrested after killing a sea gull - has been fired by his employer over the incident, and has now been arrested by an MSPCA officer and charged with animal cruelty, a felony.
In Philadelphia:
Owner Joey Vento, owner of Geno's Steaks, is facing a discrimination complaint filed by The city's Commission on Human Relations over signs that read: "This is AMERICA ... WHEN ORDERING SPEAK ENGLISH."
In Washington:
Rep. Patrick Kennedy has reached a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to a charge of driving under the influence of prescription drugs in connection for his middle-of-the-night car crash last month near the U.S. Capitol.Two additional charges of reckless driving and failure to exhibit a driving permit will be dismissed.
New York:
Al Gore hopes to train 1,000 messengers he hopes will spread out across the country... in his quest to make global warming his vehicle back to national prominence.
At least 12 million illegal aliens are in our country and the Federal government is close to it's goal of allowing all of them to stay, remain unprosecuted for the crimes of stealing the Social Security numbers and identities from over eight million real Americans, protest, procreate, receive support monies, get free medical care, attend schools, and have our present school teachers be required to take 300 hours of ESL (English as a Second Language) training at taxpayer expense.
Out in America:
Five million of our older Americans have not yet signed up for their Medicare, Part D, drug plan--they are old and perhaps confused by the complexity of the plan. The federal government absolutely refuses grant these five million law-abiding, tax-paying legal Americans an extension of any sort
On top of all that, the blobger spell checker did not recognize the term "Aassemblywomen". Maybe I should have tried "Assemblywomyn".

Move over Fred, I think you're going to get more neighbors.

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