Good News for Laura
Apparently the First Lady had a malignant tumor removed from her shin last month, prior to the November elections. Seems it was skin cancer — and apparently they caught it in time.
I’m pleased that the operation went well; cancer’s nasty.
In other news, Dick Cheney appears to have recently resurfaced from hiding in his “undisclosed location”. Surely this is merely a coincidence.
(You almost can’t see the wires, huh?)
Jolly old Sam Brownback, who for some perverse reason believes he has a shot at presidency in ’08, has decided he won’t block the nomination of Janet Neff to the US Fed District Court.
Brownstain was over the top on this one — he was blocking Neff because she had attended (as a guest) a Lesbian wedding ceremony, leading Brownstreak to believe she wouldn’t be capable of impartiality when deciding cases that involve same-gender couples.
Ah, but it gets even more loopy.
Mr. Brownback, who has been criticized for blocking the nomination, said he would also no longer press a proposed solution he offered on Dec. 8 that garnered even more criticism: that he would remove his block if Judge Neff agreed to recuse herself from all cases involving same-sex unions.
Brownblob is trying to gather grist, it seems. He clearly has it in mind to “expose” various senators as “supporting” what he views as perversion by planning a bizarre request:
Mr. Brownback said that when Judge Neff was renominated in January, he would insist only that the nomination not be approved in a voice vote, but one in which each senator is obliged to record a personal vote.
Obviously Brownheap wants to be able to point to senators’ names and how they voted — because supporting a woman who attended a Lesbian friend’s wedding ceremony is obviously proof of “moral corruption”. And if anyone’s an authority on “moral corruption”, it would surely be a Republican.
Sammy, you’re not in Kansas any more. Keep your bigotry where it belongs — in church.
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