Monday, October 25, 2004

So much news, so little time...

In the last few days there has been an explosion of blogworthy news (not like 'blogworthy' is a high standard) but blogging will be light to nonexistent until Thursday, as I have a two tests this week.

I mean, geez, I SO wanted to blog about the Kerry campaign's blatant condescension toward the intelligence of black voters, as well as all religious people in general:
"For the last four years we've been living in the wilderness," he shouted from the pulpit, Mr. Kerry seated by his side. "There is one who can divide the Red Sea for us and we can cross over on dry ground. You've got a vote in your hand - use it on Election Day, use it and be liberated and be set free."
The dems routinely accuse Republicans of using religion to gain votes and destroying the separation of church and state (they even accuse Bush of believing he's "messianic".) But at least Republicans do it with some style and sincerity. As Bill at INDC Journal said, "Pandering is Bad, But Bad Pandering is Atrocious."

And then there's this little bit of Iraq-flavored Prozac. You mean Iraq hasn't broken off the Middle East and sunk into the sea amidst plagues of locusts and rivers of blood?

Chrenkoff does a great service, and allows sets me daydreaming, "Sigh, just think what it would be like if we had a real press out there, instead of entrenched purveyors of pessimism and propaganda. Sigh."

Well, that's probably it until Thursday (or until I break down in fifteen minutes and stop studying.)


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