Vociferously Vitriolic

Vociferous Vitriolic Vociferously Vitriolic=what current political discourse is. I have long been interested in politics. I worked on my first campaign when I was still in single digits–handing out flyers at the mall for Bill Clinton. I get unreasonably excited about the privilege of voting–so much so that our daughter …

What’s this? I don’t even

Right now, that is my favorite thing to say. I’m constantly shocked by well, everything. Which is strange considering my background. I’ve seen frightening things, dared myself to the edge of the roof, nearly thought I could fly a few times I am shocked by cruelty, when we were taught …

These violent delights have violent ends. ~William Shakespeare

I am so deeply saddened by the attempted assassination of Gabrielle Giffords, the murder of her staff members, a federal judge and a nine year old girl. The little girl, just about Bean’s age was interested in politics. My mother used to take me to all sorts of political events …

So ashamed

Of the president for acting like a toddler and holding his breath until he gets his way about killing the men and women of the armed forces in Iraq. He should be on trial for murder, because this war was begun under false pretenses and for revenge and to line …

Talk about sore losers

This from a reuters story on the elections: “But it also gets us to a point: Democrats have spent a lot of time complaining about what the president has done. This is an opportunity for them to kind of stand up,” Snow said. http://today.reuters.com/news/articlenews.aspx?type=topNews&storyid=2006-11-08T113855Z_01_N07478317_RTRUKOT_0_TEXT0.xml&WTmodLoc=NewsArt-L1-RelatedNews-1 Way to extend that bipartisan handshake …