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AMERICA - The Right Way!! (Day 1745) [Remember the Trade Center!!]
Various News Sources and FReepers | October 31, 2005 | All of Us

Posted on 10/31/2005 4:50:26 AM PST by Chairman_December_19th_Society

We will not tire, we will not falter, and we will not fail!

Good morning!!

Do not let the victims of the attacks on New York and Washington, nor the brave members of our Nation's military who have given their lives to protect our freedom, die in vain!!

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has called upon Karl Rove to resign, and upon the President to pressure him to do so.

In response, it appears likely the President will throw Senator Reid the Senatorial bird (as opposed to Senator Byrd, but that's another rant...) by nominating Circuit Court Judge Samuel Alito (another nominee that's going to take some typing practice to spell correctly, oh well).

A synopsis of the Judge's actual judicial opinions [Courtesy: FR's YaYa123]:

A majority opinion in ACLU v. Schundler, 168 F.3d 92 (3d Cir. 1999), holding that the Establishment Clause was not violated by a city hall holiday display that contained a creche, a menorah, secular symbols of the season, and a banner proclaiming the city's dedication to diversity.

A majority opinion in Fatin v. INS, 12 F.3d 1233 (3d Cir. 1993), holding that an Iranian woman seeking asylum could establish that she had a well founded fear of persecution in Iran if she could show that compliance with that country's "gender specific laws and repressive social norms," such as the requirement that women wear a veil in public, would be deeply abhorrent to her. Judge Alito also held that she could establish eligibility for asylum by showing that she would be persecuted because of gender, belief in feminism, or membership in a feminist group.

A majority opinion in Saxe v. State College Area School District, 240 F.3d 200 (3d Cir. 2001), striking down as contrary to the First Amendment a public school district anti-harassment policy that extended to nonvulgar, non-school-sponsored speech that posed no realistic threat of substantial disruption of school work.

A majority opinion in Shore Regional High School Board of Education v. P.S., 381 F.3d 194 (3d Cir. 2004), holding that a school district did not provide a high school student with a free and appropriate public education, as required by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, when it failed to protect the student from bullying by fellow students who taunted the student based on his lack of athleticism and his perceived sexual orientation.

A majority opinion in Williams v. Price, 343 F.3d 223 (3d Cir. 2003), granting a writ of habeas corpus to an African-American state prisoner after state courts had refused to consider the testimony of a witness who stated that a juror had uttered derogatory remarks about African Americans during an encounter in the courthouse after the conclusion of the trial.

A dissenting opinion in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, 947 F.2d 682 (3d Cir. 1991), arguing that a Pennsylvania that required women seeking abortions to inform their husbands should have been upheld. As Judge Alito reasoned, "[t]he Pennsylvania legislature could have rationally believed that some married women are initially inclined to obtain an abortion without their husbands' knowledge because of perceived problems--such as economic constraints, future plans, or the husbands' previously expressed opposition--that may be obviated by discussion prior to the abortion." Chief Justice Rehnquist's dissent from the Supreme Court's 5-4 [corrected] decision striking down the spousal notification provision of the law quoted Judge Alito's dissent and expressed support for Judge Alito's reasoning.

A dissenting opinion in Homar v. Gilbert, 89 F.3d 1009 (3d Cir. 1996) arguing that that a state university did not violate the procedural due process rights of a campus policeman when it suspended him without pay and without a prior hearing upon learning that he had been arrested and charged with drug offenses. The Supreme Court, which reversed and remanded the case on other grounds, agreed with Judge Alito's reasoning that no hearing was required prior to the suspension because the drug charges showed that the suspension was not baseless.

A dissenting opinion in Sheridan v. Dupont, 74 F.3d 1439 (3d Cir. 1996) (en banc) arguing that a plaintiff in a sex discrimination case should not inevitably be able to survive summary judgment simply by casting doubt on the employer's proffer of legitimate, nondiscriminatory reasons for the adverse employment decision.

Folks--I think we have a real conservative here.

As I said on Friday, the President plays chess, and we need to stick with him.

Now, for the Gang of Seven in the Senate--we're watching. Harry Reid hates this guy. This is well worth the Nuclear Option.

In other news...

The Plamegate special prosecutor is demanding that VP Cheney testify in open court. The Administration will likely invoke Executive Priviledge--sparking a court fight on that issue.

And Prince Charles says he finds the pace of climate change is terrifying and people are becoming too dependent on technology.

For AMERICA - The Right Way, I remain yours in the Cause, the Chairman.


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1 posted on 10/31/2005 4:50:28 AM PST by Chairman_December_19th_Society
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To: A Citizen Reporter; ABG(anybody but Gore); AFPhys; alwaysconservative; Angelwood; arazitjh; ...

Good morning--what a way to end the month!


2 posted on 10/31/2005 4:50:49 AM PST by Chairman_December_19th_Society (Conservatives--The Workforce of America; Liberals--The Whineforce of America)
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society

Good morning.

And Prince Charles is reported to pressure the president on the benefits of Islam. Ack!

This is what Lindsey Graham had to say to Schumer on Face the Nation yesterday about the Supreme Court pick.

GRAHAM: Well, number one, we're not going to let Senator Schumer define mainstream conservatism. He's my friend, but that's not going to happen. Here's why I was part of the Gang of the 14, and I'm going to lay it all out on the table for you on a Sunday morning. I'm not for filibustering. I think when you start ideologically driven filibusters that are partisan, you erode the people who want to serve over time in the judiciary because it becomes reprisal politics. `We're going to pay back the Democrats.'

So partisan filibusters based on judicial philosophy or ideology erode the judiciary, weaken the presidency and hurt the Senate. So I wanted to stop that and we did. We had a chance to start over. But here's what you're going to get, Chuck. You're going to get a solid conservative. He ran on the idea that `I like Scalia and I like Thomas and I'm going to send a conservative up.' He is not going to pick someone in the mold of Sandra Day O'Connor because we tell him he has to. There's no ideological swap test here. He's going to do what he said he did in his campaign. Roberts was in that kind of mode. Alito, Luttig, all these people are solid conservatives, and if they're filibustered based on ideology and philosophy, that's setting aside an election and the filibuster will not stand.


3 posted on 10/31/2005 4:54:59 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society; All
Thanks for that info, Chairman. Excellent!

Good morning to you, everyone.

Bill Bennett's been playing with some sports analogies this a.m.

So I thought of my own:

A good 3rd baseman, doesn't hang back, waiting for the ball to come to him....that's a good way to get "burned" at that tricky defensive place.

A good 3rd baseman instead moves forward on the ball coming toward him, and takes control.

Similarly, President Bush is at his best when he's assertive, even aggressive. He charges the "ball", doesn't hang back, and leaves his opponents flummoxed.

4 posted on 10/31/2005 4:57:23 AM PST by Molly Pitcher (We are Americans...the sons and daughters of liberty...*.from FReeper the Real fifi*))
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To: Peach
Prince Charles is kooky!

Peach, how's your brother this a.m.?

5 posted on 10/31/2005 4:58:04 AM PST by Molly Pitcher (We are Americans...the sons and daughters of liberty...*.from FReeper the Real fifi*))
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society; The Raven; kayak; Lorena; Dog; lepton; Utah Girl; JRandomFreeper; ..
White House Hallowen Jed Babbin

Joe Wilson in a bind Am. Spectator

An Iraqi city becomes turnaround story Christian Science Monitor

6 posted on 10/31/2005 5:00:36 AM PST by Molly Pitcher (We are Americans...the sons and daughters of liberty...*.from FReeper the Real fifi*))
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To: Peach

Alito's being compared to Scalia! HA!


7 posted on 10/31/2005 5:01:12 AM PST by Molly Pitcher (We are Americans...the sons and daughters of liberty...*.from FReeper the Real fifi*))
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To: Molly Pitcher

My brother is having an echo gram, I think it's called. For one hour, he will be under sedation as a probe is put down his throat which will go into his heart to take pictures.

They are looking for a heart tumor, irregularities and to see if the tumor he had in his aorta has changed in any way.

It is his second operation and his third time under anethesia since Thursday. My mother is a wreck but I'm hopeful they will find that he is fine and release him. Finally. He's going nuts in the hospital, mostly because of the food. LOL


8 posted on 10/31/2005 5:01:41 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Peach

Prayers for your brother and for your mother. (((Peach)))


9 posted on 10/31/2005 5:03:22 AM PST by Jemian
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To: Molly Pitcher

I hadn't known Alitao served in the Army Reserves as a captain.


10 posted on 10/31/2005 5:03:23 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society
A majority opinion in Fatin v. INS, 12 F.3d 1233 (3d Cir. 1993), holding that an Iranian woman seeking asylum could establish that she had a well founded fear of persecution in Iran if she could show that compliance with that country's "gender specific laws and repressive social norms," such as the requirement that women wear a veil in public, would be deeply abhorrent to her. Judge Alito also held that she could establish eligibility for asylum by showing that she would be persecuted because of gender, belief in feminism, or membership in a feminist group.

I wonder how NOW is going to spin THAT when they denounce Alito?

As for Fitzgerald calling for Dick Cheney to testify in open court, it only reveals that his indictment of Libby is totally political, and he's looking for a way to entrap the Veep.

11 posted on 10/31/2005 5:04:35 AM PST by ABG(anybody but Gore) (This tagline is under remodeling, thank you for your patience...)
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To: Jemian

Thank you so much, Jemian. My mom never used to be a worrier, but now that she's getting older, she worries more.

When you start that horse therapy for kids, I'd love to hear about your experiences with it. We have a program like that here and I'm wanting to do something with it, but I got thrown from a horse many moons ago and am a bit leery :-)


12 posted on 10/31/2005 5:05:05 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Jemian; Iowa Granny; Molly Pitcher

Just read on the Today Show thread that Judge Alito is so conservative he's called Scalito. LOL


13 posted on 10/31/2005 5:06:36 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Peach

Army Reserves ~ the start to a GREAT career.


14 posted on 10/31/2005 5:07:32 AM PST by Jemian
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To: Peach
My mother is a wreck

Somehow, in all of this discussion of your brother, I'd completely missed any concern you had for your Mother. Is somebody with her or is she alone? How far away from you is she?

You've really got your hands full, dear FRiend. I hope the stress of worrying about your brother doesn't land your Mom in some kind of nasty medical situation.

Prayers continue for your family.

15 posted on 10/31/2005 5:08:14 AM PST by Iowa Granny (I am not the sharpest pin in the cushion but I can draw blood.)
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To: Peach

I'll keep you posted. On Friday there was an article on FR about horse therapy. To be honest, my daughter's main motivation is to get as close to horses as she can. That it is doing a good deed too is, unfortunately, secondary.


16 posted on 10/31/2005 5:10:25 AM PST by Jemian
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To: Peach
oh my. Your poor mother, for sure...you can offer her some support and comfort, I'm sure.

Well, time to get going. This is quilting Monday.

BTW, it's pretty hard to find an excellent lawyer to serve on the USSC...these lawyers just make too much money, and they don't want to give that up..

One reason Judges are judges is because they've already crossed that bar, and accepted the limited income.

17 posted on 10/31/2005 5:11:23 AM PST by Molly Pitcher (We are Americans...the sons and daughters of liberty...*.from FReeper the Real fifi*))
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To: Peach
Judge Alito is so conservative he's called Scalito.

You've got to love it when a plan comes together.

18 posted on 10/31/2005 5:11:46 AM PST by Chairman_December_19th_Society (Conservatives--The Workforce of America; Liberals--The Whineforce of America)
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To: Iowa Granny

My mom and dad (stepdad) live 20 minutes from us. My husband always wanted them to live near us when we retired and they moved here a few months after we did, to our great pleasure.

Mom has always enjoyed excellent health, and this and other things have taken a toll on her this year. But we have a fun day planned this week and it will take her mind off her worries.

Thank you, Iowa Granny, and all, for your prayers for my family. My brother is the best brother a girl could ask for, and I'm just sure he's going to be okay and that the worst is behind him.


19 posted on 10/31/2005 5:11:47 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society
GOOD A.M. FROM THE SUNNY MISSISSIPPI GULF COAST, USA, BRUISED BUT NOT BROKEN!!!!

Sunny for now anyhow, suppose to rain tomorrow and boy, do me need it. Dry as a bone. Rained once since the storm.

Decided last night, going to panel my 'shack in the back', found some I like, the kind that is used on the OUTSIDE. deep groves, I like the spacing, can stain if I want to.

Now, to find my collection of fishing lures, I am hanging some shrimp netting over the door and hang the lures all over it and I mean I got some old ones too. I also have a reel with a four number serial number as well.

Reid, he irks me to no end and I want to stay on FR so I won't give my views of 'Shuma'. Then there is Trent Lott, I have no idea where he is coming from with his statements, since he got booted from his top post he has been bitter, taking it out on the Prez, ain't setting so good with us here in south Mississippi. Rumor is he will retire and take a professorship at Ole Miss. Then again, if OUR President W nominated Jesus Christ to the court, 'Shauma' and company would say he wasn't 'qualified'.

I hate to tell you this, I got to go to the store and get some eggs, all my chickens are not doing their job so, gotta buy some.

Now, to get ready to do some stuff around here like move the trailer so I can get my 'shack in the back' set up, move some more limbs, feed the chickens, a little of this, a little of that. My prayers are with all in need, which are all of us, hoping that the kind of day you have is the kind of day you want to have. May God be with you all. Toby
20 posted on 10/31/2005 5:11:50 AM PST by gulfcoast6
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To: ABG(anybody but Gore); Peach
As for Fitzgerald calling for Dick Cheney to testify in open court, it only reveals that his indictment of Libby is totally political, and he's looking for a way to entrap the Veep.

I heard the Phishing Theory mentioned yesterday on FNC and mentioned it here last night. Peach verified others had discussed it earlier.

Phishing seems to be a favorite tactic of Fitzgerald, according to those in the know.

The Executive Privledge blood bath will be the one to watch. It will make the USSC fight look like a Sunday School Picnic.

21 posted on 10/31/2005 5:12:44 AM PST by Iowa Granny (I am not the sharpest pin in the cushion but I can draw blood.)
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To: Jemian

The good thing about volunteering like this, is that your daughter may be starting out with other motives, but my guess is she'll get so much emotional benefit out of the joy of helping those less fortunate than she is, that her own enjoyment will be secondary.


22 posted on 10/31/2005 5:13:16 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Iowa Granny

I agree that the battle is going to be huge. We will need to get current on just how many times Clinton introduced executive privilege.


23 posted on 10/31/2005 5:15:21 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Molly Pitcher

Have fun quilting.

A new cafe opened in an art gallery here in town. It's called Cafe Monet. So we get food AND lovely art to look at. I'm taking mom there this week for lunch.


24 posted on 10/31/2005 5:16:26 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Iowa Granny; Peach; All

I don't think Fitzgerald was even going to indict Libby, because there was no real cause. Then, he gets a few calls from the good folks at the DNC about a future job on the federal bench being on the line if he doesn't play ball, and next thing you know, he's making up charges virtually out of thin air.

The RATS and MSM won't be satisfied until they extract their pound of flesh from this administration, even if it's on trumped up charges.


25 posted on 10/31/2005 5:22:33 AM PST by ABG(anybody but Gore) (This tagline is under remodeling, thank you for your patience...)
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To: ABG(anybody but Gore)

I pray you're right, ABG.

bbl


26 posted on 10/31/2005 5:24:39 AM PST by Peach (I believe Congressman Weldon.)
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To: Peach

Keep us posted re: your brother, Peach.

Bet the President's poll numbers go up because of this nomination..........
Ya' think?


27 posted on 10/31/2005 5:28:44 AM PST by LBKQ
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society; All
Remember the Clinton Blood Donor Scandal? It's baaaack... CLINTON'S SCOTTISH COURT WARNING
28 posted on 10/31/2005 5:39:57 AM PST by ABG(anybody but Gore) (This tagline is under remodeling, thank you for your patience...)
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society

Excellent synopsis of decisions Chairman. Why can't the MSM do more of this and less pontificating? Thank you very much for these!

While I was willing to give the President the benefit of the doubt and at least let Miers have her hearings, I think Alito is an excellent choice and I'm far more secure than I was with Miers.

Now, if Ginsberg would step down, Bush could nominate JRB and Right thinking could RULE THE WORLD! (insert evil laugh here)


29 posted on 10/31/2005 6:08:05 AM PST by SittinYonder (Flea, feather, bird, egg, nest, twig, branch, limb, tree, and the bog down in the valley - o.)
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To: SittinYonder
Excellent synopsis of decisions Chairman. Why can't the MSM do more of this and less pontificating? Thank you very much for these!

Thank YaYa123. I pulled from another thread for info here.

30 posted on 10/31/2005 6:10:38 AM PST by Chairman_December_19th_Society (Conservatives--The Workforce of America; Liberals--The Whineforce of America)
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society
Good morning. Another beautiful day in paradise.

Now, for the Gang of Seven in the Senate--we're watching. Harry Reid hates this guy. This is well worth the Nuclear Option.

"Let's get ready to RRRRRUMBLE!!!"

"Scalito," I like that.

Thank you Mr. President.

5.56mm

31 posted on 10/31/2005 6:13:35 AM PST by M Kehoe
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society

Ya' know, I think Alito has been Bush's pick all along. I believe that Miers was a smokescreen, a nominee to fill the time until the indictments were handed down. Then, when that news is beginning to build, Miers withdraws and in a few days before attention turns back to the indictments but with sufficient time for them to become "old news" Bush names the guy he wants all along. Shrewd, very shrewd.

OK, go ahead and laugh.


32 posted on 10/31/2005 6:18:06 AM PST by Jemian
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To: Guenevere; kayak
And to other Protestants,

Happy Reformation Day!

IMO, this day was pivotal in the history of the Western Civilization if not the entire world.

33 posted on 10/31/2005 6:25:58 AM PST by Jemian
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To: ABG(anybody but Gore); lysie; Miss Marple; Molly Pitcher; Dog; Neets; Jemian; Peach; gulfcoast6; ...
IG....I remember your post a few days back when you suggested the President nominate a true conservative and "cram it down the RATS throats". Bob Bekel and Dingy Harry are doing their Rumplestilskin dance this morning. I love it!!HA! HA!

Toby: you will be glad you made the choice to panel.

Below is my family/friends note from yesterday:

Hi all: I changed all the clocks yesterday and lived through the daylight hours on standard time so this morning, I woke at my usual 0500. I wanted to be awake at that hour because I knew WAR OF THE WORLDS with Orson Wells was going to be played. Well......that was the last of my peaceful early morning!! I heard the tell tale sounds of a Norway rat in my attic! I had one up there in December of 2003 and it ate through the wires in our weather station and it took me several hours to rewire it. So, I got the step ladder out and got up in the attic to put the electronic pest control unit up there until I could buy ONE BITE to spread up there. Apparently the sound of the electronic unit does a good job because it scurried away.

It was a beautiful sunny morning to drive to church. Afterwards, I went into Rosenberg's hardware and stocked up on ONE BITE and while I was in the KILLING AISLE, I bought stuff to kill ants (I see them occasionally) spiders (I see them WAY to often) and weed killer. I told the lady at checkout that I was a woman on a mission. People in line began to tell their personal Norway rat tales - shudder! In the 26 years we have lived here, this is only the 2nd time we have had them.

When I got home, I got back up in the attic and threw ONE BITE cubes all over up there and hope it does the trick - I will keep you all posted on my varmint killing spree.

It is supposed to rain tomorrow so I raked leaves (again) vacuumed the insides of both cars, cleaned the ashes out of the wood stove, chopped and stacked some kindling and have a fire ready to start if it gets chilly.

Anne sent me home with leftovers from last nights feast so I don't need to cook. Tomorrow is going to be a long day, but we will all make it. Laurie and I will spend the evening together. Larry was like a rock star in our family - there is a huge void where he used to be. I feel he is still near me - I talk to him all the time and I "sense" his answers to me....sounds nuts, but it is what keeps me going.

34 posted on 10/31/2005 6:26:17 AM PST by bevlar
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To: Iowa Granny; Peach; All

Fitzgerald....hock-SPIT!!

I was afraid I'd be sickened by him, and he's certainly risen to the challenge.

There will be a special place in hell for rogue partisan prosecutors. Somebody ought to remind Fitz, Runny Earle, Schmucker, Swimmer and Bug-eyes Pelosi that what goes around comes around.

Good morning, going to post and run since I must get busy with real work. I spent the last hour printing out some pictures we've taken and writing to friends, neighbors and my in-laws.


35 posted on 10/31/2005 6:29:01 AM PST by prairiebreeze (Take the high road. You'll never have to meet a Democrat.)
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To: bevlar
IG....I remember your post a few days back when you suggested the President nominate a true conservative and "cram it down the RATS throats". Bob Bekel and Dingy Harry are doing their Rumplestilskin dance this morning. I love it!!HA! HA!

I hope you also remember my strategery discussion last Friday, wherein I noted the GOP Senator types have been put into a rhetorical box with the Meirs effort.

All in all, I think the President understands the game well.

36 posted on 10/31/2005 6:29:47 AM PST by Chairman_December_19th_Society (Conservatives--The Workforce of America; Liberals--The Whineforce of America)
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To: bevlar

((Bev))


37 posted on 10/31/2005 6:30:05 AM PST by lysie
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To: Jemian
#32

OK, go ahead and laugh.

No laughter from me. The First lady said the same thing last week. She called the strategery, "Positively Rovian."

8^)

5.56mm

38 posted on 10/31/2005 6:41:24 AM PST by M Kehoe
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society
So what does Prince Charles know? Ummmm,

Good Morning Chair! Great opening!

39 posted on 10/31/2005 7:00:20 AM PST by Holding Our Breath
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To: bevlar
IG....I remember your post a few days back when you suggested the President nominate a true conservative

It WAS NOT me who made the statement requesting a true Conservative. I am MOST interested in a STRICT Consititutionalist. I am sick and tired of Judges Legislating from the Bench.

40 posted on 10/31/2005 7:00:41 AM PST by Iowa Granny (I am not the sharpest pin in the cushion but I can draw blood.)
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To: Chairman_December_19th_Society

I listened to Schummer say "Alioto will divide the country" and almost choked my my grits! Schummer and his ilk are the dividers, for Heaven's sake! And, he called Alioto too radical for America........oh PULEEZE! Schummer is the poster boy for RADICAL!!!


41 posted on 10/31/2005 7:02:50 AM PST by bevlar
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To: bevlar
Sorry for the unnessary italics. Proof reading would be my friend, if I'd allow it. That post should have read:

IG....I remember your post a few days back when you suggested the President nominate a true conservative

It WAS NOT me who made the statement requesting a true Conservative.

I am MOST interested in a STRICT Consititutionalist. I am sick and tired of Judges Legislating from the Bench.

42 posted on 10/31/2005 7:03:46 AM PST by Iowa Granny (I am not the sharpest pin in the cushion but I can draw blood.)
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To: Iowa Granny

I know....but, I like what you said about shoving in down the throats of the Dims :-)


43 posted on 10/31/2005 7:08:18 AM PST by bevlar
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To: bevlar

Rush had a good point on his show not long ago -- when we point out how the Marxists like Schumer are truly out of the mainstream, we're able to cite examples and proof.

However, when they go around throwing the "extreme right-winger" label around, they're completely unable to back it up with any kind of factual statement outside of the fact that we don't favor murdering unborn children.

Makes me glad to be a radical right-winger!


44 posted on 10/31/2005 7:08:29 AM PST by TBarnett34 (Hillary Clinton IS the Great Satan.)
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To: Jemian; kayak
Happy Reformation Day to you too :)

Must run...I need to get to the assisted living home...

..Dad is entertaining a group of homeschoolers today at the 'home'...

..they're coming over to bring gifts to the residents, and dad is dressing up like a giant pumpkin and making balloon animals for them.

I need to get his costume to him!!...and take some pictures.

Daughter & granddaughter are coming too!

Happy Reformation Day Jemian, Kayak!

45 posted on 10/31/2005 7:08:47 AM PST by Guenevere
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To: Jemian

Happy Reformatin Day to you too. Did you wear red yesterday to church?


46 posted on 10/31/2005 7:11:06 AM PST by Holding Our Breath
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To: Jemian
No laughing from me (except for me laughing at the CRAT and the gang of fourteen little crat now in abject horror).

Good thinking, there, Jem! I would really like to know just how close you are.

47 posted on 10/31/2005 7:18:31 AM PST by Two Thirds Vote Aye (9/11/2001 - The most notorious clxxxon legacy to date.)
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To: Guenevere; Jemian; Chairman_December_19th_Society; jtill; A Citizen Reporter; Dog; Molly Pitcher; ..
What a fun day you have planned, Guennie!

As the card that a niece and nephew sent us says, "Happy Helloween" because it's a chance to peep in and say "Hello."




48 posted on 10/31/2005 7:27:22 AM PST by kayak (Have you prayed for your President and our military today?)
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To: Guenevere

Happy to see you here this morning! ((((((Guennie))))))


49 posted on 10/31/2005 7:29:55 AM PST by Iowa Granny (I am not the sharpest pin in the cushion but I can draw blood.)
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To: Iowa Granny; Miss Marple; Molly Pitcher; prairiebreeze; bevlar; Holding Our Breath; All
Statement By RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman On The Nomination Of Judge Alito To The U.S. Supreme Court

It’s troubling that before President Bush even announced Judge Alito’s nomination, Democrat campaign chief Chuck Schumer attacked the nominee. The Supreme Court selection process should be about American jurisprudence, not litmus tests for campaign fundraising. It is my hope that Democrat Senators fully consider Judge Alito’s qualifications and resist the calls for ideological litmus tests from Chuck Schumer and the far-left.

I loved the way he refers to Schumer ... doesn't even call him Senator ... HA!

I'll refrain from ranting about how it's now ok for the right to impose their own litmus tests.

50 posted on 10/31/2005 7:37:27 AM PST by kayak (Have you prayed for your President and our military today?)
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