Skip to comments.Lautenberg has fallen down the stairs; hospitalized
Posted on 02/15/2010 6:34:53 PM PST by KansasCanadian
Lautenberg in hospital...breaking
I wish him a fond retirement torturing his Jamaican nursing aides.
If nothing else the Democrat use of Senator Wellstone's death taught us that.
Besides, I'm sure Jesus has more on his mind that to worry about someone else's self-inflicted wounds.
(/s I do hope that sounded as utterly brutal as the usual cr*p pushed by the Democrats)
(chuckle) I’m rather enjoying this...tsk tsk..might be someones working behind the scenes on our behalf!
Yep..and that’s because the people have finally stood up to fight against the foe! Expect to se more unusual happenings these next two years!
Well at least Scott Brown is not pushing the sodomy agenda like the McCains and The Cheneys.
Pardon my manners, but Pelosi is a person I wish would just drop dead.
Amazing. . .
Not uncomman for oldsters hip to break and then they fall...you often here them say they fell..but in reality the hip breaks and then they fall.
“Sounds like democrats might want to pick up a bible and start reading soon.”
How about prayers for an immediate retirement; and then plenty of healing time.
Did he. . .might he have. . .perhaps; landed on his head?
That presumes there’s a Bible within their reach . . .
Which I seriously doubt
Senator McCain is fighting gays in the military, Brown is soft on some homosexual issues.
Brown is pro abortion and wants to keep homosexual marriage in Massachusetts and he is against a Constitutional Amendment to protect marriage against “gay marriage”.
Why do you want us to start striving to get more pro abortion Republican Senators like Scott Brown?
Is Massachusetts Senator standards, the new desirable standard for conservatism nationally?
LOL!!! That was good!
Prayers for recovery but...
Wow. Talk about a Party being cursed.
It’s kinda sad that it takes something like this to get in the news.
He’s been practically invisible since he was elected.
Not that it’s a bad thing...
the only good rat is a dead rat
evan bayh is a good rat.
13 mill andd still can’t win
Is that your standard, whether someone supports a pipedream Constitutional amendment that’s never going to even be brought up for a vote?
I’m curious also; what has Cheney done other than have a gay daughter? What, do you want him to publicly disown her or something?
Snowbound people using up some of the extra energy they’d have used at work? :)
Prayers for a speedy retirement and then a full recovery.
Why wouldn’t he support protecting marriage and America from the hideous, homosexual assault?
Why did you ignore his being pro abortion?
Do you think the good angels are at work?
He should retire and heal up.
Yes I do.
The Lord works his ways. He sent us George Washington. He sent us Abraham Lincoln. He send us Ronald Reagan. He will save us from Barack Hussein Obama in ways that we can clearly read, see, and understand. The anti-American, Muslim, Obama administration is unraveling before our very eyes guided by the hand of our merciful Lord and savior, Jesus Christ!!! Fear not, Americans, Christians and Jews, the Lord is with us.
Has Chris Christie been informed?
Are we talking about Brown or Cheney? Since Cheney’s pro-life, I’m guessing you mean Brown.
I want you to answer this very simply, “yes” or “no?”. Would you rather Coakley be in the damn seat right now?? This is Massachussetts. I know we’re riding a wave in public opinion right now, but there are still regional realities who limit who your candidate can be. A pro-lifer wouldn’t have won.
As for the “homosexual holocaust,” I need clarification. Is failing to trip over yourself supporting dead-on-arrival Costitutional amendments what you think is needed to fight this “holocaust?”. Again, what exactly is Cheney guilty of here?
The Torch pushed him down the steps no doubt.
**Lets hope he retires and recovers completely afterwards.**
I was thinking the same thing. How old is he anyway?
How about you quit embarrassing yourself and wasting my time and follow that post that got your panties in wad, back to it’s beginning.
I’m normally agnostic. This is really making me wonder though.
Update: Lautenberg aide says senator ‘in great spirits,’ will remain in hospital overnight for observation - NBC
I wish Senator Lautenberg happiness, warm fuzzies, lollipops, rainbows, and unicorns. I also hope that he retires from the Senate immediately and enjoys his recovery and rehab.
I’m inclined to believe the same thing. It’s something we definitely don’t deserve. Or at least, it’s something the baby-killing, collectivists don’t deserve.
At the last judgment, we will find out about all the little cloistered nuns and monks whose prayers kept God from raining fire and brimstone down on us.
There have been a couple of articles the last day or two wherein Cheney sounds very favorable towards repealing DADT. And not because he wants it to go back to “no homosexuals”.
Bad bad bad bad.
Someone keep an eye on Robert Byrd. If ever a Senate seat was due for a change, that would be the one....
KARL: OK, “don’t ask/don’t tell” — you’re a former defense secretary — should this policy be repealed?
CHENEY: Twenty years ago, the military were strong advocates of “don’t ask/don’t tell,” when I was secretary of defense. I think things have changed significantly since then. I see that Don Mullen — or Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has indicated his belief that we ought to support a change in the policy. So I think — my guess is the policy will be changed.
KARL: And do you think that’s a good thing? I mean, is it time to allow gays and lesbians to serve openly in the military?
CHENEY: I think the society has moved on. I think it’s partly a generational question. I say, I’m reluctant to second-guess the military in this regard, because they’re the ones that have got to make the judgment about how these policies affect the military capability of our — of our units, and that first requirement that you have to look at all the time is whether or not they’re still capable of achieving their mission, and does the policy change, i.e., putting gays in the force, affect their ability to perform their mission?
When the chiefs come forward and say, “We think we can do it,” then it strikes me that it’s — it’s time to reconsider the policy. And I think Admiral Mullen said that.
Brown voted twice for a state constitutional amendment for traditional marriage.
Can you name anyone in the state Senate of Mass. who has a better voting record on abortion than Scott Brown?
And NO, we do NOT need more Scott Browns. Unless they are running in states like Vermont or Connecticut or Portland, Maine ...
I am sorry I even read this thread. Is Sen Byrd dead yet?
OK I’ll bite, why are you sorry that you read this thread?
a weird theology, God as a pinch-hitter ... Lincoln’s second inaugural scoffed at such thinking ... with Obama’s election, a more sober Court is deferred for another generation ... with 3 Obama appointees.
As a veteran of Brown for Senate, I don’t wanna be trashing Brown, but as a veteran of Brown for Senate, I have limited expectations for him, so I don’t feel like defending him.
I expect, as he is a REPUBLICAN, he will find a way to screw things up enough that he will be ousted in his ‘12 re-election bid due to his own missteps.
I too was a Brown volunteer, but that was only for the Massachusetts Senate race, I am appalled at some of the freeper posts that are holding him up as something desirable outside of that.
You should see some of the Brown for President threads, some of our lighter freepers are very giddy over the prospect.
“Society has moved on”. So when “change” happens, it’s good, because it’s inevitable - or inevitable because it’s good? Or just a “go with the flow” kind of thing? Or we should go this direction since we’re alreayd headed that way?
OMG. Byrd! Good grief. . .’could, woulda’ that is. . .
These old Rat geezers don’t take the hint and retire, they have to be taken out and God is ever willing........