Ah, well. Game Four ended with the Astros loss of 1-0. The guys kept the heart and spirit in the game, just couldn't outplay the Sox. There's always next year...
I think I am taking a self-imposed exile from my news addiction today. I have had enough for the next 24 hours. Between the talking heads going orgasmic over impending grand jury indictments on members of Bush's administration and the withdrawal of Harriet Miers from Supreme Court recommendation, I have had enough.
Now that the debacle of the Miers nomination is over, it is time for Bush to go back to the roots of the party and nominate a life long true conservative to the bench. Not someone who was a democrat until 5 minutes ago to appease the screaming fools like Leahy and Schumer, who won't vote for anyone Bush nominates anyway. Bush needs to finally realize that no matter how much he bends over for the moonbat dems, they will still scream about the "far right wing" of the republican party. Everything they don't agree with is "extremist". Well, they got Ruth Bader-Ginsburg with something like a 96-4 vote because there used to be some integrity in the process. The president has a right to his person for the bench unless something is seriously wrong with character or criminal behavior. Take the gloves off and grow a spine in this area. The other side only wants gotcha politics and bellowing press conferences offering only the agenda of "no" and not solutions to anything.
Cindy Sheehan was arrested yesterday in front of the White House so she got her wish. Not smiling so broadly for the camera this time, though. Maybe the novelity is wearing thin. She has announced a press conference for tomorrow. And she will do her thing in front of Walter Reed Hospital Saturday. She sure has an odd way to show her support for the military and their families. Now that she has the big time pr firm to schedule her out for speeches at $30,000 a pop, I predict her free performances will lessen in number.
Looking forward to a new blog design. Having fun thinking of ideas.