Sunday, July 17, 2005

And in the rest of the US?

Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist still has not announced his retirement....

More anonymous source information on a White House plan to provide covert support to certain Iraqi candidates and political parties. The White House says they didn't go thru with the plan, sure, I believe them. After all there has been nothing but honesty from this administration....

Rove is still the topic of the day....

Senator John Cornyn is being mentioned as one of the names being considered to replace Justice Day O'Connor....

Another telecast to try to "influence" President Bush and the rest of us has been scheduled. The event, scheduled for Aug. 14 and called Justice Sunday II after a similar telecast in April, will focus on "the court's hostility toward religion and Christianity in particular," said Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council and the principal organizer of the event.

The telecast was organized by some of the most influential conservative Christian supporters of the Bush administration after Justice Sandra Day O'Connor announced her retirement. But its organizers are evidently disregarding White House requests not to inject talk of a culture war into the debate over a Supreme Court nominee.

Hurricane Emily is still a hurricane and might be headed to Mexico or Texas, too early to tell but where ever she ends up? Looks like there will be some major damage.

2 comments:

Bob said...

I think the chief will die at his post. Will just add to the list of nothings done in the past few years.

The hurricane is tairing up now in the Yucatan. Good luck Mexico.

Lisa Renee said...

Bob, I think you might be right, or he will at least wait until the replacement for Justice Day O'Connor goes thru.

Those Emily's can be trouble, looks like this one will be too...

:-)