Archive for March 24, 2010

Food — Spiced Saffron and Mussel Soup

Spiced Saffron and Mussel Soup.

OMG, it looks so good.  I’m thinking crusty bread slathered in butter for dipping and a spinach salad with artichoke hearts and Bermuda onions on the side.

March 24, 2010 at 8:58 PM Leave a comment

John Boehner: “Hell No You Can’t!”

The difference between Democrats and Republicans:

March 24, 2010 at 8:29 PM Leave a comment

Has John King Identified Dana Bash as His Wife Yet?

I haven’t watched CNN’s  “John King U.S.A.” since it debuted on Monday, when John King hosted his wife but didn’t identify her as such.  Do any of you know if he’s done so since?

March 24, 2010 at 7:37 PM Leave a comment

John Boehner as Terrorist

John Boehner Boner last week:  “Take [Rep.] Steve Driehaus, for example, he may be a dead man. He can’t go home to the west side of Cincinnati.”

To finish Boner’s sentence:  He can’t go home to the west side of Cincinnati or someone (hint, hint) might kill him.

March 24, 2010 at 7:02 PM Leave a comment

Memo to Steny Hoyer: They Aren’t “Incidents of Incivility”

In a presser that Reps. Steny Hoyer and Jim Clyburn held today on Capitol Hill about Republican terrorism, Hoyer called the death threats and acts of violence, “incidents of incivility.”

Come on Hoyer.  They’re more than that.  Ten Democratic members of the House of Representatives have requested security protection, people’s children have been threatened, the gas line to the brother of a representative has been cut, and one member’s wife is afraid to answer the phone. That’s terrorism, not “incidents of incivility.”


March 24, 2010 at 6:06 PM Leave a comment

Republican Terrorist Sympathizer Says: “Hit Lists Are a Common Term”

Guy from the conservative Heritage Foundation just now on “The Ed Show” during a discussion about the terrorism coming from the right:  “Hit lists are a common term.”

They are?

(Didn’t catch the guy’s name.  Sorry.  Didn’t know I was going to post about it until smoke started coming out of my ears a few minutes later and then it was too late.)

March 24, 2010 at 5:50 PM Leave a comment

Tweets of the Day — Terrorism

These from Greg Mitchell (best read from bottom to top):

March 24, 2010 at 4:45 PM Leave a comment

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