Bush a Divider, not a Uniter

Waldo had an interesting link where the White House will limit questions from Opposition (read: Democrat) lawmakers.

The Bush White House, irritated by pesky questions from congressional Democrats about how the administration is using taxpayer money, has developed an efficient solution: It will not entertain any more questions from opposition lawmakers.


[The director of the White House Office of Administration, Timothy A. Campen] said this would limit “duplicate requests” and help answer questions “in a timely fashion.”

It would also do another thing: prevent Democrats from getting questions answered without the blessing of the GOP committee chairmen.

For the love of God, the democratic process, and everything this country was founded on, please do not re-elect this man in 2004. He is content on being a Monarch and a Facist.

  1. Chad says:

    Do I hear an amen, brotha?!

  2. sean says:

    Amen brother.

  3. Ika says:

    I get the impression from Tor Norbye's blog (see blogs.sun.com/tor/category/Ruby) that NetBeans is aclltauy getting to be quite a decent Ruby IDE, with refactoring, contextual completion, documentation tooltips, quick-fixes, and all those sorts of bells and whistles us spoiled Java programmers have come to expect out of the box. So much so that it's almost got me tempted to finally dive into Ruby / Rails, except that I don't have any web apps I need to build. Anyone tried it?

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