“No Man’s life liberty or property is safe while the legislature is in session.”
Hey people, don’t let your guard down. Just because it’s Christmas week doesn’t mean Congress is done doing good deeds for the year. Today at least 9 reliable RINOs will be joining Big Guy’s voting block to ratify his new, “disarm America first because you’ve got to START somewhere Treaty.”
Should we choose not to ignore it once it’s passed, like the Ruskies will, we will be on track for BO’s college-age pipe dream of a nuclear-free world.
So we’ve got that going for us!
Too kewl then, too hot now
In case you’re done with all your Christmas shopping and baking and still care, the 11 RINOs voting to end discussion of the START bill and move it to vote were:
Senators Lamar Alexander (Tenn.), Robert Bennett (Utah), Scott Brown (Mass.), Thad Cochran (Miss.), Susan Collins (Me.), Bob Corker (Tenn.), Johnny Isakson (Ga.), Richard Lugar (Ind.), Lisa Murkowski (Ak.), Olympia Snowe (Me.), and George Voinovich (Ohio).
Call or email if you’d like, butt, there’s really nothing to be done now. All the votes have been bought and wrapped for delivery later today for the treaty Senator Jon Kyl calls Big Guy’s “I’m not leaving here until I buy a car” treaty.
Once that happens, Big Guy will be able to tear himself away from working overtime for the American people to join us here in his alleged birth island for some well deserved R&R.
By my calculation Lady M won’t be ready to expose herself to sunlight for another 2 or 3 days, following her “spa” treatments.
Butt in case you missed this photo shoot of the O’s joining in all the reindeer games at the Big White last week, here they are at one of the last official Winter Holiday gatherings, singing with an a cappella group:
Lady M is resplendent in a fabulously bedazzled Marc Jacobs frock made specially for her…
… with expansion joints. I’m not sure they’re supposed to be showing like that however. It almost looks as though they rushed it out of the atelier and forgot to finish the bedazzling. As Senator John Kerry (who served in Vietnam) said:.
"Now fully accommodated, with their requests entirely met, they come back and say it's being rushed.
Is there no shame? Ever?"
Indeed. Good question. Care to answer it Senator Kerry?