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Wednesday, June 21, 2006


Around the Horn - The early (late) edition

UPDATE: Take a second and freep this poll on Jan Ting's site. He wants to know if you think Congress should make the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts permanent? Currently No = 80% and Yes = 20%

I'm either two days early for this week's "around the horn" or five days late for last week's. It all depends on what astrological star sign you are.

Ryan (yet to enlist) at JTTR gives more proof that he is an idiot. He thinks Rick Santorum is smart.

Delathought goes dark. He'll be back. If you like politics, blogging is like heroin.

Donviti says: When the EPA and the Feds say to eat less fish to prevent you from getting mercury poisoning, there is something totally wrong with the system. But what he does not understand is that the mercury-filled-fish-lobby is just getting into the ring.

Mahaffie is going through life with his digital camera hanging around his neck as a kind of experiment.

Mike M at Down With Absolutes asks, "Can monkeys be trained in phlebotomy?" Brainiac conservatives commenters say "yes".

Sebastian at First Slate gets major props from me for pointing me toward this film.

Andrew at Spivackforcongresssays Castle is cashing in on his elected position to vacation around the world. Hey Dennis Spivack, if Mike Castle likes vacationing so much maybe you could help him out with getting him some more free time next fall. It is a win/win situation.

Dana at Delawarewatch hates rich white guys, but he really, really, really, hates rich white guys who have brothers who kill people.

Sporlitics...Timmehhh !!!!

Hube jumps on the Joe Lieberman bandwagon. 'nuff said.

Have a good (rest of the) week. Peace Out.

Don't worry, Delathought will use his thousands of IP addresses to pump up the poll to 80% in Ting's favor.

(just kidding, I know it's BS!!)
Kudos on the Spivack post--- We gotta make sure Castle goes on a permanent vaca!
thanks for the nod.....
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