"Just Tell Them...

I have worked 40 years to make the Women's Suffrage platform broad enough for Atheists and Agnostics to stand upon, and now if need be I will fight the next 40 to keep it Catholic enough to permit the straightest Orthodox religionist to speak or pray and count her beads upon."

Susan B. Anthony

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Returning to Civilization Today, But Not Sure I am Ready for Politics

Can somebody just give me a synopsis of what I don't want to know?



  1. Welcome back!

  2. Anonymous3:15 PM

    I'm not annonymous, I'm michelina:

    Yes Welcome Back: Let's see,

    Eric got mad, said some bad things, then went on Beck and RESAID them, you know, just like
    our DEMS in our gov.

    Romney is a Jack Ass---Palin is still wonderful,
    Health Care doesn't have the votes,
    Byrd passed legislation stating "reconciliation" cannot be used to pass]the HRC
    Hillary is double wonderful, still
    Obama and Michele did a SKIT for international
    woman's day---very different.
    Chelsea and AMber were found, both dead

    Missed ya,---glad your back, I don't know if
    you are----just take a break on the weekends.

    Hillbuzz is their usual funny intelligent selves, along with UPPITY and of course our

  3. hey welcome back.
    some good news from my perspective but the media is barely talking of it. Wonder if Pelosi will talk him out of an up or down vote? or even let it on the floor??

    Congressman Alan Grayson, (D-Orlando), today introduced a bill (H.R. 4789) which would give the option to buy into Medicare to every citizen of the United States. The “Public Option Act,” also known as the “Medicare You Can Buy Into Act,” would open up the Medicare network to anyone who can pay for it.

    Congressman Grayson said, “Obviously, America wants and needs more competition in health coverage, and a public option offers that. But it’s just as important that we offer people not just another choice, but another kind of choice. A lot of people don’t want to be at the mercy of greedy insurance companies that will make money by denying them the care that they need to stay healthy, or to stay alive. We deserve to have a real alternative.”

    The bill would require the Secretary of Health and Human Services to establish enrollment periods, coverage guidelines, and premiums for the program. Because premiums would be equal to cost, the program would pay for itself.

    “The government spent billions of dollars creating a Medicare network of providers that is only open to one-eighth of the population. That’s like saying, ‘Only people 65 and over can use federal highways.’ It is a waste of a very valuable resource and it is not fair. This idea is simple, it makes sense, and it deserves an up-or-down vote,” Congressman Grayson said.

    Read more: http://westorlandonews.com/2010/03/09/grayson-introduces-public-option-act /

  4. Thanks for the update! Love visiting your blog!!

    Common Cents

  5. Puma for Life8:18 PM

    Welcome back. Politics as usual. I prefer to meditate. Sigh....