Skip to comments.Is Drudge's site down or overloaded?
Posted on 03/20/2010 12:00:14 PM PDT by Kevin in California
I can't get into his website. Can you?
I just got on there without any difficulty.
I got in. Nazi’s photo is there in living color.
Works fine for me.
No problems here...
Works fine for me.
works for me.
Works for me.
Nancy P. is there, google-eyed as ever.
On in 4 seconds.
No problem here!
No problem for me.
she’s there....”we have to vote for the bill to find out what’s in it”
The face of the Maniacal, Demented and Lunatic party.
I just came from there. It is fine for me.
Am in now! I thought for a moment the Nazi’s had shut it down.
Are you logged on?
Would not be SURPRISED if down because server got overloaded.
The Drudge site allows user Alt-F4 protocol to clear bugs when it doesn’t load.
This link is your friend for future reference: http://downforeveryoneorjustme.com/
Try deleting your Browsing History. You may have a corrupt tag.
Your computer may have the new Obama anti-virus software on it that prevents you from seeing the drudge and any other non-approved news sources.
Then again, your computer may just be afraid of the Pelosi picture.
Try pole vaulting or parachuting in—thats how Queen P got inside-—she posted her pic too.
Every time I tried to use the link to the Washington Examiner to view the article about Chaos in the Rules Committee it crashed my browser (tried 2).
Finally was able to use Lynx text browser and read the article.
Not sure what crashed both Galeon and Mozilla, but something did.
Here is an excerpt:
At the House Rules Committee meeting, Democrats desperate to pass their national health care plan are running into the barrier of basic civics. Here is the problem: The Senate has passed its HCR bill. If the House passes the same bill, it goes on to the president; once he signs it, the bill becomes law. But House Democrats, when they vote for the Senate bill using the “Deem & Pass” dodge, also want to simultaneously pass a package of amendments to the law. Except HCR will not, at that point, be law. It will only become law when the president signs it. Congress can amend the law — it does so all the time — but can it amend something that isn’t law?
Which is where Democrats are tripping up. Passage of their HCR proposal should be very simple: Senate passes it, House passes it, president signs it. But House Democrats are terrified of voting for the unpopular bill, so they hope to pass it by “Deem & Pass,” in which they will vote, not for the bill, but for a rule that both deems the Senate bill to have passed and, in the same vote, passes the package of amendments. So House Democrats will have two fig leaves: 1) they didn’t vote directly for the Senate bill, and 2) they voted to simultaneously amend — to “fix” — the Senate bill.
The problem is the sequence. Can the House vote to amend something that isn’t the law, as the Senate bill will not be law before the president’s signature? The Rules Committee meeting turned into mass confusion.
I just got on @ 12:48 P.M. PDT
works fine at 403 pm..
I almost puked from looking at Pelosi’s ugly face but it’s still fine..
OMGGG Monk what happen to Nancy too much botox LOL!