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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Help give LIEberman his walking papers

We can not afford to wait till after the election...Joe Lieberman needs to go NOW.

We CANNOT tolerate a leader of the Senate Democratic Caucus who supports George Bush and McCain's War in Iraq. We CANNOT tolerate a Democratic chairman of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee who endorses and stumps for McCain. We call on the Senate Democratic Steering Committee to strip Joe Lieberman of his chairmanship and his leadership role.

Please sign up and join the over 30,000 people who are demanding that Lieberman be stripped of his seniority NOW.

Monday, June 23, 2008

George Carlin RIP

I'm on vacation in Newport R.I. right now so posts will be somewhat slow.

Saying that, it saddened me to hear this news.
George Carlin, the dean of counterculture comedians whose biting insights on life and language were immortalized in his "Seven Words You Can Never Say On TV" routine, died of heart failure Sunday. He was 71.

We've lost a great, GREAT comic and I hope our younger generation will take the time and see some of Carlin's earlier work as it still applies to today culture.

From Keith Olbermann's show Countdown, here's a clip of one of Carlin's last interviews...