Thursday, July 20, 2006

Morning Roundup

Posted on Thu, Jul 20, 2006 at 8:16 AM

Wow. Republicans really are desperate to keep the Senate.

Really desperate.

Really, really desperate. And running like hell from George Bush's war. But if you want us to get out, you're still a traitor.

70 Lebanese died yesterday. Almost all civilians. MSNBC is reporting that the Israeli army mistook a truck for a rocket launcher. Oh, and Hezbollah is feeding the survivors.

I'm not sure if I buy this, but it's certainly frightening to ponder.

If you haven't had a chance to read's "Blogging the Bible" series, I highly recommend it. This one discusses the Lord's obsession with sex and slavery.

At the Deltona massacre trial, Troy Victorino says his friends are setting him up. Including, tracking his bloody boots to the crime scene while he was out drinking. Anyone want to wager that he's on his way to Starke?

Bad newspaper. Reporting what happened.

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