Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Fools Rush In

Gee-zeus. Who's the 'America hater' now.

Republicans really, really hate the Constitution.

Yoo needs to be in jail... and C-B law school needs to foot his ass.

Bush Adm. Weighed Restricting 1st Amendment | Newsweek.com:

"In perhaps the most surprising assertion, the Oct. 23, 2001, memo suggested the president could even suspend press freedoms if he concluded it was necessary to wage the war on terror. 'First Amendment speech and press rights may also be subordinated to the overriding need to wage war successfully,' Yoo wrote in the memo entitled 'Authority for Use of Military Force to Combat Terrorist Activity Within the United States.'"

A bastard, calling someone's positive actions 'bastardization' while 'bastardizing' the very thing he claims is being 'bastardized'.

I would recommend that Rush take the time to actually read the Constitution, but.... see first article above.

Think Progress � Limbaugh misquotes Constitution while arguing Obama policies are ‘bastardization’ of Constitution.


Daily 'legalize it' news.

I'm readying my business plan.

Legalize marijuana Tom Ammiano | Salon News:

"On Feb. 23, the California State Assembly member introduced legislation that would regulate the cultivation and sale of marijuana, and then tax it. By legalizing pot, the San Francisco lawmaker argues, the state could reap huge new revenues. Currently pot is California's biggest cash crop, with annual sales reaching $14 billion. Vegetables, the state's second hottest agricultural product, take in a mere $5.7 billion. And California's famous grapes? A piddling $2.6 billion.

If passed, the Marijuana Control, Regulation and Education Act would give California control of pot in a manner similar to alcohol, while prohibiting its purchase to citizens under age 21. The state's tax collectors estimate the measure would bring in about $1.3 billion in new revenues a year."

Talking on her cell AND breast feeding... while driving.


Police cite breast-feeding driver for endangering:

"Police in Ohio say a woman has been charged with child endangering after another motorist reported she was both breast-feeding a youngster and talking on a phone while driving."

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