I’m back today! I had a great trip to see the family for Memorial Day weekend. I hope every one had a great holiday as well and is enjoying what is more than likely your first day back at work after a long weekend. Woo.
William W. Dixon was a U.S. Representative for Montana for 2 years between March, 1891, and March, 1893. Dixon was originally from Brooklyn, New York, though he left there at a young age and never returned. When Dixon was old enough, he attended law school Keokuk, Iowa, and was admitted to the bar in 1858. He then moved to Tennessee in 1860, then to Arkansas a few short months later. He then moved to California for a very short time before moving to Nevada for a little over 3 years. In 1866 he moved to Helena Montana, where he resided until 1879. He then temporarily moved to Black Hills, but returned to Montana in 1881 and practiced law in Butte. In 1891 he was elected as a Democrat to serve in Congress. In 1893, however, he failed to be re-elected. He then practiced law until retiring to Los Angeles, California, where he lived until his death in 1910. Even after his death Dixon couldn’t stay settled. His casket was moved 3 times after his death.
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What’s worse than a liberal? A RINO (Republican In Name Only). For those that don’t know, these Republicans are no more conservative than the sky is yellow. They galavant around as donkeys in elephants’ clothing for various reasons; probably because they are ashamed of their liberal views. Heck, if I was one of those spineless whack-jobs I’d do the same! But anyway, the good people at Human Events have compiled a list of the Top 10 Senate RINOs so we can all be on the look out for these phonies. Here’s a little sample of the list:
The Top 5
1. Olympia Snowe, Maine
2. Susan Collins, Maine
3. Arlen Spector, Pennsylvania
4. George Voinovich, Ohio
5. Lisa Murkowski, Alabama
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To see the remaining 5 of the Top 10 and learn which RINO is more liberal than Harry Reid, (Not kidding!) , click here.
What do you think of RINOs? Does their deceitful nonsense aggravate you as much as me? And are either of your senators on this unfortunate list? Post your comments below and let us hear from you!
I must say, the senators in Washington reached a new low today. And I do hate to lump them all together because I’m sure there are a few good senators (definitely a few Republicans. Haha) that are not this crooked, but the bad apples have spoiled the bunch from an everyday American’s viewpoint. But anyway, my recent frustration stems from the nonsense packed into the pork barrel (my name of choice for the “stimulus package”). This time, however, I am not talking about any actual spending projects or subsidies, but something regarding healthcare. “What?”, you may ask, “What does healthcare have to do with the pork barrel?”. Well let me just tell you: The senators, being the sly foxes that they are, slipped several heath provisions into the pork barrel. And of course you ask again, “Well why would they do that?”. Well number 1, they are more corrupt than the entire state of Illinois; and secondly, because if they do that the senate won’t debate over it, and it will quietly pass into law. Yes America, that is what we are dealing with in Congress. Before we even get into the complete lack of ethics in doing this, I would like to ask how this is even legal? Shouldn’t things such as important as a healthcare be fully discussed and debated in the senate? Uhh…. yeah. And not only that, but shouldn’t the items in the stimulus package, I don’t know, actually be related to stimulating the economy?! One provision was mandating the use of electronic medical records. Alright, that’s ok, but what on this great earth is that going to do to stimulate the economy? I know! About as much the stimulus is going to do: Nothing. Honestly, I couldn’t care less whether or not we use electronic medical records, but come on senators, let’s be honest and transparent (Obama’s word of the week) and not sneak things into 5,000,000 page bills, okay? I think we’d all be a little better off.
So what do you think about this injustice to the country? Shouldn’t things like healthcare provisions be included in something like a, uhh, healthcare bill? I encourage you to e-mail your senator today and let him know just how wrong this is.
The Georgia runoff between Saxby Chambliss and his democrat challenger Jim Martin in his senate race. No one’s called a winner yet, but Saxby has a pretty large lead over Martin right now, so things are looking good. I’ll update as I get more information as the night progresses. Now, all we need is Norm Coleman to win in Minnesota, where he is currently ahead of nut-job Al Franken by a few hundred votes. Ultimately, I expect both Republicans to win these races.
Just like Florida in 2000, the state of Minnesota is gearing up for a recount. Not for the presidential election, but rather its U.S. Senate Race between Norm Coleman and Al Franken. Right now the margin is a mere 206 votes in favor of Coleman, who is the incumbent Republican senator. They are now recounting the ballouts to ensure their accuracy.
This is going to be a huge mess, I can just see it now. I’m sure there will be lawsuits, and both parties will scream “fraud!”. We can only hope that Coleman turns up the winner, because we Republicans certainly don’t want to lose a senate seat to that nut job Franken. I am personally very surprised this race is even close. I can’t imagine how people justify voting for someone who would no doubt take his job in the senate as a joke. He’s said before that if elected, his first action in senate would be to push for a “quickie impeachment” of Bush before his term ended. I realize some people don’t like Bush and that he could never do that, but that’s just nonsense. Imagine if a republican senator said he would push for a “quickie impeachment” of Obama after he is inaugarated. There would be mass chaos, riots, and all kinds of horrible things.
So what do you think? It’s time to voice your opinion in our poll:
The Democrats did not achieve the super majority in the senate! There is still hope for us. The Republican senators we do have are going to have to step it up and fight all of the liberal legislation that is no doubt going to come rolling through. While the Republicans didn’t gain any new seats, they came pretty close in Louisiana. I thought for a while we would get that one, but it broke for the incumbent democrat in the end.
Also worth noting: California reversed it’s position on gay marriage. The vote was extremely close, but in the end marriage was voted on to be defined as between a man and a woman. This was a shocker to me.