Blog Of The Week
Former winner Powder
Tracks calls John Murtha Congressman
of the Exchequer.
Forces chimes in Hugh's reporting that the Senate GOP is far
behind the Dems in part fundraising this cycle. He advises the
Senate leadership to wake
up and smell the conservatism.
Blogger tears apart a Bumiller story from the New York Times
Soap Box is thankful this season for Hugh's 12 step program
of how to deal with lefties in your family at the Thanksgiving
Weekend Fisher from Heart,
Mind, Soul and Strength blogs about the comparisons between
the board game Risk,
George W. Bush, and megalomania.
Savage Republican is back with comments on CNN's X
marks the spot over Dick Cheney's face.
Another winner, Hammerswing75,
was just as steamed as the rest of us was at the Republican majority
in Congress last week. Here's a link to his cranky
Former winner Simi
Valley Sophist comments on Hugh's focus on national
security on Friday's show.
Over at Point
Five Blog, there is a little parody of John Murtha, taking
his withdrawal suggestion, and applying
it a little personally to Congressman Murtha.
Simple Desultory Dangling Conversation has some advice for
how the Senate GOP can grow
a collective spine.
Sandmen has some choice words about the actions of many of
Republicans this week.
On The Lam reflects on the mess
in the Senate this week.
The Lady Logician over at the
Republican comments on the GOP's
week last week.
Over at Driftwood
USA, a parody naming Hugh Hewitt as special prosecutor into
of the Senate GOP is pretty good.
Mom marks down November 15th as the day the Republican Senate
Over at The
Dignified Rant, Brian has some things to say about decorated
Marine John Murtha. Instead of Semper Fi, he says semper
Prattles laments about the malayse in the GOP
is back with a message to George W. Bush about how to get his
Gary over at Let
Freedom Ring applauds the House Republican leadership for
a spine and scheduling a vote to essentially slap down the
John Murtha view of the war.
takes a closer look at Congressman John Murtha, and doesn't like
what he sees.