December 12th, 2007


Shamelessly stole this meme

I'll screen comments.....

1. Your Name:
2. Age:
3. Favorite position:
4. Do you think I'm cute?
5. Would you have sex with me?
6. lights on or off?
7. Would you have to be drunk?
8. Would you take a shower with me?
9. Have you ever thought about having sex with me?
10. Would you leave after or stay the night?
11. Do you like cuddling afterwards?
12. Condom or skin?
13. Have sex on the first date?
14. Would you kiss me during sex?
15. Do you think I would be good in bed?
16. Would you use me as a booty call?
17. Can I use you as a booty call?
18. Can we take pictures of the act?
19. How long would we have sex?
20. Would you tell your friends about me?
21. Will you post this so I can fill it out for you?
22. Should I unscreen your answer?
23. Explain to me what is a booty call?
Steph Death Glare

White House wants to do WHAT?

From an action alert today:

We filibuster or we lose.

The White House does not often lose a fight that really matters. But public outrage and some smart organzing by liberal groups have so far prevented the Senate from granting a "get out of jail free" card to telecom companies who helped Bush spy illegally on Americans.

So far.

Why does Bush want amnesty for AT&T and Verizon? Retroactive immunity for the telecom companies would thwart telecom customer lawsuits that threaten to expose Bush's own violations of the original Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. If these lawsuits aren't allowed to go forward, we may never know the extent of the Bush administration's illegal efforts to spy on American citizens without the required warrants.
Time is short and we must act now.

The Bush administration is fighting back. This time, with a version of FISA that lets the telcos off the hook by making the federal government the defendant in pending cases instead of the telecom companies. We must act now before key democrats cave to the White House and approve this measure. A vote is expected as early as tomorrow.

Our best hope is a filibuster. Senator Dodd has pledged to filibuster any bill that gives amnesty to the telecom companies. But to prevail he needs 40 senators to support him. The choice is clear: our senators can stand with the constitution, or help Bush and his cronies cover up their lawbreaking
Tell your senators to support Senator Dodd and filibuster any FISA legislation that lets AT&T and Verizon off the hook.

Thank you for working to build a better world.

Will Easton, Activism Manager
CREDO Action from Working Assets