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How to Marginalize Yourself And Feel Good About It

Posted by Adam Graham on June 27, 2007

Tonight, we talked about the Amnesty Bill and I was pretty angry. Not as much as the Senators who voted for the bill but the rising breed of smug Independents out there acting like leaving the Republican Party with no plan on how to achieve positive political change, and little more than destructive griping that will leave both parties in the hands of people who are not standing up for our country. The future of our nation is at stake and I refuse to sideline myself to make myself feel good while the country goes down the drain.

Also, on the Amnesty Bill, we name names. Here are a few Senators who need challenged (courtesy: Red State) in the primary:

Senators Norm Coleman (R-MN), Susan Collins (R-ME), Larry Craig (R-ID), Pete Domenici (R-NM),
Lindsey Graham (R-SC), Chuck Hagel (R-NE), Mitch McConnell (R-KY), and John Warner (R-VA).

Some reactions to this were understandable, such as the talking to Cat gave a RNC solicitor a talking to.

However, there are other issues that aren’t getting as much attention. For example, the Senate stopped a bill from coming up that would have created an environment of union intimidation.

Finally, we take a look at an attempt to make support for creationism or intelligent design a violation of human rights.  (Hat Tip: World Magazine Blog)

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Related:

Idaho Fallz:

Renouncing Political Party Membership Sends Clearest Message

Instapundit:
They’re Getting Kind of Testy.

Outside the Beltway:
Bush Calls Immigration Bill Amnesty

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