Tuesday, October 24, 2006

You've Heard It Before

I've quoted it before, but it should be repeated. Rolling Stone:

With Tom DeLay in political exile, the race against Pryce – the GOP’s deputy whip and fourth-ranking member – represents the Democrats’ best chance to make Republicans pay for the party’s rampant corruption and unquestioning support of the president’s far-right agenda.

Pryce not only spearheaded Bush’s effort to privatize Social Security, she also benefited from at least ten fund-raisers hosted by disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff.....(my emphasis)

Looks like Kentucky has something in common with Ohio ------ Republican corruption. How nice!

Rasmussen Reports has Bush's approval rating at 41% and his disapproval at 58%.

Americablog has information on the Republican congressional candidate, Barbara Curbin of Wyoming, who said to Thomas Rankin, a wheelchair bound Libertarian candidate, "If you weren't sitting in that chair, I'd slap you across the face."

Although the President may not call it staying the course (since they've changed their talking points vocabulary), our death toll continues to climb in Iraq: 2803. John Murtha was right all along.