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  • Alec Baldwin Blasts 'Chicken-Bleep' Dems

    02/02/2006 9:44:16 AM PST · by badabing98 · 119 replies · 4,159+ views ^ | badabing
    Thursday, Feb. 2, 2006 12:22 p.m. EST Alec Baldwin Blasts 'Chicken-Bleep' Dems Print Friendly Version Forward this Page E-mail NewsMax RSS Feed Reprint Information Hollywood Democrat Alec Baldwin is blasting his party's Senators for failing to block Samuel Alito confirmation to the Supreme Court, saying he's appalled that Sen. Ted Kennedy and other liberals could muster only 25 of the 41 votes needed mount a successful filibuster. The problem is there are too many "chicken-bleep Democrats in the Senate," the agitated actor told the New York Daily News. "We have a bunch of budding Zell Millers down there," he complained,...
  • One Republican Voted Against Alito

    02/01/2006 9:37:31 AM PST · by no dems · 65 replies · 2,216+ views
    Right March PAC ^ | 2-01-06 | William Greene
    There was ONE Republican that voted against Alito. ONE Republican that caved to the Left and voted AGAINST what was RIGHT. We've told you about him before -- and we've told you that we're going to do something about him. Well, the time is now. If you guessed the supreme "Republican In Name Only" (RINO), Sen. Lincoln Chafee of Rhode Island... you guessed right. SHAME ON HIM. For too long, he's voted with Democrats in the Senate, and AGAINST President Bush. I mean that literally. He voted AGAINST President Bush in the last presidential election! The man is a LIBERAL....
  • Kim Gandy Cussin' Mad Over Alito Confirmation (NOW President)

    02/01/2006 9:05:37 AM PST · by wagglebee · 144 replies · 4,856+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 2/1/06 | NewsMax
    National Organization for Women president Kim Gandy was so angry on Tuesday after the Senate confirmed Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito that she began cursing during a radio interview. "That is such B - llsh - t!" Gandy exclaimed, after radio host Steve Malzberg argued that Alito was nowhere near as politically extreme as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who once favored lowing the age of consent for women to 12. The staff at WOR Radio bleeped Gandy's swearword and Malzberg promptly warned her, "Hey, hey, hey - you can't say that on the air . . . I...
  • How Democrats lost the political battle

    02/01/2006 7:15:56 AM PST · by AZRepublican · 31 replies · 1,331+ views ^ | 2/1/06 | Steven Lubet
    With the confirmation of Associate Justice Samuel Alito, the Bush administration has managed to win both the battle and the war over the future of the Supreme Court. Under the leadership of new Chief Justice John Roberts, the court almost certainly will take a sharp turn to the right on issues such as women's rights, environmental protection, gun control, separation of church and state, presidential power and the relationship between the federal government and the states. It is no exaggeration to say that 10 years from now Americans may be living in a society with less privacy, less autonomy, less...
  • Pro-abortion groups outraged over Alito

    02/01/2006 7:11:16 AM PST · by wagglebee · 35 replies · 1,241+ views
    WorldNetDaily ^ | 2/1/06 | WorldNetDaily
    Reacting to Samuel Alito's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, pro-abortion groups are issuing statements of outrage, one organization calling the confirmation "a blow to the ideals of freedom and privacy that Americans value." Yesterday, the Senate confirmed President Bush's choice to replace retiring Justice Sandra Day O'Connor by a 58-42 count. Only four Democrats backed Alito, joining 54 of the chamber's 55 Republicans. The National Organization for Women accused senators who confirmed Alito of giving in to the "despicable agenda of the right wing," and condemned their "unrelenting determination to undermine our rights and liberties." Karen Pearl, interim president...
  • Why Bush won the Alito fight (Interesting Analysis)

    02/01/2006 5:12:37 PM PST · by Clintonfatigued · 48 replies · 2,525+ views ^ | January 31, 2006 | Tom Curry
    The Senate's vote Tuesday to confirm Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court to replace Sandra Day O’Connor is — along with President Bush’s victory on Chief Justice John Roberts — the biggest domestic victory of his two terms as president.
  • DUmmie FUnnies 01-31-06 ("I'm calling for political CIVIL WAR in the Democratic Party...")

    01/31/2006 3:08:53 PM PST · by PJ-Comix · 151 replies · 2,150+ views
    DUmmie FUnnies ^ | January 31, 2006 | DUmmies and PJ-Comix
    WARNING! DUmmieland is now in total MELTDOWN Mode. Despite the assurances yesterday from benburch that they really won, the DUmmies are incredibly angry as you can see in this THREAD titled, "I'm calling for political CIVIL WAR in the Democratic Party..." Of course there are many similar Meltdown threads so I had a RICH target of opportunity today. The DUmmie Bounty has indeed been plentiful since the coming of the Apocalito. I expect it will be even more so tomorrow after the State of the Union Address where the DUmmies, as a fringe benefit, will have to view newly...
  • A Day in the Life of President Bush (photos) - 1.31.06

    01/31/2006 4:00:09 PM PST · by ohioWfan · 1,130 replies · 10,583+ views,; Reuters | 1.31.06 | ohioWfan
    WELCOME to the first, RNC officially sanctioned, CYBER GOP House Party for the President's STATE of the UNION speech! There are 1375 Parties nationwide, and WE are the biggest and the best! Tonight, President Bush, in his STATE of the UNION speech, will discuss America's leadership in the world and share his vision to lead America forward. To seize opportunities here at home, the President will outline the policies needed for the American people to continue to compete in the global economy. Earlier today, the President sat with Supreme Court nominee, Samuel Alito in the Roosevelt Room at the White...

    01/31/2006 10:37:04 AM PST · by pillut48 · 30 replies · 1,424+ views
    YAHOO! News ^ | 1/31/06
    Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., left, with Senate Majority Leader, Bill Frist, talk on Capitol Hill after the Senate confirmed Samuel Alito (58-42) to be the next associate justice on the Supreme Court replacing Sandra Day O'Connor Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006, in Washington. (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson)
  • ***CAPTION*** Mike DeWine & Lindsey Graham

    01/31/2006 10:20:48 AM PST · by Mayflower Sister · 19 replies · 950+ views
    Yahoo photos ^ | 01/31/2006 | Reuters photo
    U.S. Republican Senators Mike DeWine (L)(OH) and Lindsey Graham (SC) talk during a news conference, after the Senate vote confirming Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court, in the Capitol Building in Washington January 31
  • Senator ROCKEFELLER?

    01/31/2006 8:20:01 AM PST · by Grendel9 · 4 replies · 370+ views
    He's the 100th vote...hasn't been heard from for weeks. Is he in attendance? Will he vote or just let things slide as they will? Maybe old SHEETS' getting some WVA fire in the belly scared Rocky out of the challenge! NOPE! I was wrong. He just voted NO!
  • PHOTO THREAD: Dem senators meltdown after Alito confirmation

    01/31/2006 11:13:33 AM PST · by Wolfstar · 142 replies · 7,467+ views
    Feingold, Schumer and Durbin as they went down to defeat in the Judiciary Committee Tuesday. [Snicker...] White House aid Jamie Brown, right, listens to Di-Fi answer reporters' questions for reporters outside the Senate Chambers
  • Alito, More Alito & Justice Alito (my title...Best Of The Web)

    01/31/2006 1:34:03 PM PST · by pookie18 · 19 replies · 853+ views
    Opinion Journal ^ | 1/31/06 | JAMES TARANTO
    Pyrrhus Takes a Victory Lap "Today's 58-42 vote to confirm Samuel Alito represents the second-highest number of votes against a confirmed Supreme Court nominee in the nation's history," boasts Ralph Neas, head of the extremist group that styles itself the People for the American Way. Remember how down in the dumps Neas and his crowd were back in 1987, when by an identical margin the Senate rejected the nomination of Robert Bork? Ha ha, neither do we! That's because you don't get down in the dumps when you win, and only losers boast about how close it was.
  • Transcript from SEnator Jim DeMint after yesterday's cloture vote

    01/31/2006 1:05:02 PM PST · by Big Steve · 21 replies · 1,076+ views
    Library of Congress ^ | January 30, 2006
    Mr. DeMINT. Mr. President, I ask unanimous consent to speak for 15 minutes.    Mrs. BOXER. Mr. President, reserving the right to object, and I will not object, would my friend extend his unanimous consent request to include the following Democratic Members: Senator Boxer for 20 minutes, Senator Baucus for 20 minutes, Senator Dodd for 20 minutes, and Senator Biden for 5 minutes.    Mr. DeMINT. Mr. President, I do add that to the request.    The PRESIDING OFFICER. Without objection, it is so ordered.    The Senator from South Carolina is recognized.    STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS    Mr. DeMINT. Mr. President, today the...
  • Senate Roll Call: Alito Vote

    01/31/2006 12:14:42 PM PST · by advance_copy · 77 replies · 1,927+ views
    AP via Yahoo ^ | 1/31/06
    The 58-42 roll call by which the Senate voted to confirm Judge Samuel Alito as the 110th justice on the Supreme Court. On this vote, a "yes" vote was a vote to confirm Alito and a "no" vote was a vote against his confirmation. Voting "yes" were four Democrats and 54 Republicans. Voting "no" were 40 Democrats, one Republican [Chafee-RI] and one independent. [Roll call shown in comment].
  • US Senate Confirms Alito for Supreme Court (Voice of America Article)

    01/31/2006 10:52:42 AM PST · by Recovering_Democrat · 7 replies · 673+ views
    Voice of America ^ | 1/31/06 | Deborah Tate
    The U.S. Senate has confirmed Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court in a largely party-line vote. He is poised to become the 110th justice on the high court, succeeding Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. Senator Ted Stevens, an Alaska Republican, announced the vote as he presided over the Senate.
  • Alito Is Sworn in for Supreme Court

    01/31/2006 10:28:22 AM PST · by katieanna · 101 replies · 3,142+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | Jan 31, 2006 | Jesse J. Holland
    WASHINGTON - Samuel Anthony Alito Jr. was sworn in as the nation's 110th Supreme Court justice on Tuesday after being confirmed by the Senate in one of the most partisan victories in modern history. Alito was sworn in by Chief Justice John Roberts in a private ceremony at the Supreme Court building across from the Capitol at about 12:40 p.m., EDT, court officials said. Alito and his wife, Martha-Ann Bomgardner, along with other members of the court and their spouses, attended the ceremony in the justices' conference room. The 55-year-old New Jersey jurist took both the constitutional and judicial oaths...
  • Hoorah – 58 Is A Beautiful Number (Alito is Confirmed -- Thank You Pres Bush and RNC)

    01/31/2006 10:22:45 AM PST · by PhiKapMom · 27 replies · 1,249+ views
    Polilpundit ^ | Jan 31, 2006 | Lorie Byrd
    Hoorah – 58 Is A Beautiful Number It is now official. Justice Samuel Alito has been confirmed with a vote of 58 - 42. Gee, I wonder if the President will mention this vote tonight. There will be a ceremony Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 at the White House. Polipundit and I are suggesting all those wishing to make it known how much you appreciate the confirmation of Justice Alito to contribute to the RNC to help elect more Republicans to the Congress. You might even want to tack on an extra 58 cents to your contribution (for each of the...
  • FOX NEWS Reporting that JUSTICE ALITO just sworn in! (12:07 CST)

    01/31/2006 10:09:28 AM PST · by pillut48 · 279 replies · 10,774+ views
    ALITO CONFIRMEDWell done, Senate. Congratulations, President Bush and JUSTICE Alito! Apparently CJ Roberts swore him in...
  • Alito crosses the finish line!

    01/31/2006 8:50:59 AM PST · by Registered · 187 replies · 4,697+ views
    RegisteredMedia ^ | 01.31.06 | Registered