Friday open thread

Posted by: ST on October 17, 2008 at 9:57 am

I’ll be back later this afternoon to catch up.

In the meantime, make sure to check out the latest news on how the far left and the mainstream mediots (but I repeat myself) continue to target Joe the plumber for destruction, via MM. One of the ways they’ve tried to do so is to note he has a tax lien, but did you know that the treasurer of Obama’s campaign does, too, along with his companies?

The conservasphere: Doing the work the liberal media refuses to.

Back later.

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4 Responses to “Friday open thread”


  1. Lorica says:

    And now we see what the Motor/Voter laws are all screwed up.

    High court rejects GOP bid in Ohio voting dispute

    Oct 17 11:54 AM US/Eastern

    WASHINGTON (AP) – The Supreme Court is siding with Ohio’s top elections official in a dispute with the state Republican Party over voter registrations.
    The justices on Friday overruled a federal appeals court that had ordered Ohio’s top elections official to do more to help counties verify voter eligibility.

    Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner, a Democrat, faced a deadline of Friday to set up a system to provide local officials with names of newly registered voters whose driver’s license numbers or Social Security numbers on voter registration forms don’t match records in other government databases.

    Ohio Republicans contended the information for counties would help prevent fraud. Brunner said the GOP is trying to disenfranchise voters.
    Copyright 2008 The Associated Press. All rights reserved.

    Motor/Voter laws were meant to be easily broken, and the SCOTUS just ensured it will happen. – Lorica

  2. NC Cop says:

    Absolutely stunning, Lorica.

    Democracy in this country takes another step towards the gallows.

  3. NC Cop says:

    As much as our media and the dems would like for us to forget it, our military is doing some absolutely miraculous work over in Iraq.

    Last One Turn Out the Lights: Marines Quietly Begin Leaving Bases in Iraqi Cities

    In the last 10 months the Marines in Fallujah have done what was unthinkable before the surge began — they have quietly transferred out of one of Anbar province’s largest cities.

    Marines will no longer be seen in city centers such as Fallujah — a major step toward leaving Iraq, and one step closer to Iraq’s goal of having U.S. troops out of its population centers by mid-2009

  4. Severian says:

    Thanks to Motor/Voter laws, 9 of the 9/11 terrorists were registered to vote. And the sad thing is, the Dems and ACORN are going to complete the job Mohamed Atta started.