Atrios and his readers join the Herseth bashing, calling her statements “offensive and legal gibberish.” While he pays lip service to “all politics is local,” my response appears below. Again, withdrawing support from Herseth not only guarantees a vote in favor of the constitutional amendment the bashers oppose but plenty more votes toeing the Bush/Cheney/Ashcroft/conservative […]
Kos is upset that Stephanie Herseth didn’t condemn the idea of a constitutional amendment defining marriage as a union of man and woman as husband and wife. Stephanie said she “agree[s] with the president on this issue. Marriage should be between a man and a woman.” According to Kos, she subsequently backed off a bit, […]
I know it’s probably all in fun but still, now that Atrios has blogged Herseth’s picture, the “hottie” comments continue. As one noted, some of these commenters really need to get out more. They’re starting to sound like Beavis and Butthead.
Returning once again to my prior statements that life since 9-11 and Bush has seemed like being in a bad science fiction novel, let’s add this from Sunday’s New York Times. “Day by day, the nation’s capital is becoming a fortress, turning a city known for graceful beauty into a virtual armed camp.”
I (and others) noticed that when Kos posted something about visiting Stephanie Herseth’s campaign, he ran her picture with it. That is not disturbing. What is somewhat irritating is all the “she’s a babe” comments showing up in connection with the post. Hey guys, believe it or nor, those of us who will actually go […]