I'll be on this internet radio show
today (Friday, 5/22) at some point between 6-7 PM to explain my statement of a few days ago: "I'm angrier at Obama right now than I ever was at Bush." I'll be identified as "Nonpartisan," my primary blog handle at political blogs. If you miss the show, you can listen later on archive at the same link.
Please note that the show features extremely far-left hosts and a fair amount of profanity; if that's not your style, you might want to sit this one out.
What's on your mind?
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Jeremy Young on 5/22/2009 6:07 PM:
Hat my hands a bit full with the conspiracy theorists, but overall, good show. Sometime they and I will have to have it out for real.
on 5/24/2009 7:55 PM:
Police are conspiracy theorists, I'm a conspiracies believer.
Are you a conspiracies denier? If so, how do you explain the thousands upon thousands of daily indictments for conspiracy that are handed down by grand juries every day across the fruited plains?
on 5/25/2009 11:52 AM:
As the United States of America (referred to as the Company) submerges into cesspool of history as a quaint endeavor we must look at what moments in the Company’s brief transit did the course get skewed to arrive here (28X).
Ref By: Jan Edwards et al 6/2002 http://www.ratical.org/corporations/ToPRaP.html
The historical problem with taking the low road through time and space; is that your fortitude is always based off of denial and rationalization I know by combing those to words you get the word delusional. To even have the debate on torture is the crescendo manifestation that we have crossed the point of no return.
Jeremy Young on 5/25/2009 5:07 PM:
I'm not a conspiracies denier. It's just that since I have a friend who is an extremely rigorous conspiracy theorist (Lisa Pease, who posts on this site), I'm contemptuous of the sloppy conspiracy postulators who form most of that movement.
Ahistoricality on 5/26/2009 12:22 PM:
I've been reading Scotusblog analysis of Sotomayor's decisions. She seems competent, even a little liberal. No big problems there. But the current state of law in this country is deeply troubling. The precedents and statutes she's required to apply and uphold are unnervingly bad, from a logical and civil liberties perspective.
It's going to take a lot more than one mildly liberal justice to turn the court around, that's for sure.
Lisa Pease on 6/03/2009 6:33 PM:
I'm a couple of weeks late to see this, but I agree, Jeremy. There's little that angers me more than SLOPPY conspiracy theorists, unless, of course, it's the sloppy conspiracy deniers. Both are useless.
The facts and theories need to mesh. Anything less is a waste of time, regardless of the position being defended.