-- Somebody at the White House is paying attention to those of us who want Obama to start punching back.
-- The nascent movement to call on President Obama to ask Howard Dean to direct Health and Human Services picks up steam.
-- The Ninth Circuit ruled yesterday that the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional.
-- Best health wishes to Justice Ginsberg.
-- Leon Panetta, at his confirmation hearing, in response to the terrorist threats of Dick Cheney earlier this week:
"I was disappointed by those comments, because the implication is that somehow this country is more vulnerable to attack because the president of the United States wants to abide by the law and the Constitution. I think we’re a stronger nation when we abide by the law and the Constitution."
Some people can be just soooo much calmer in their reactions to arrogant ignorance than I. I admire that. He also promises the end of extraordinary rendition.
-- Alexandra Pelosi has prepared another documentary, this one of the spectacular fall from grace of Ted Haggard, but I'm pretty sure she makes no mention of this.
-- This photo of the Congressional Republicans announcing their opposition to the American economy reminds me of chickens in the barnyard, all looking in a different direction. What, can't you see their heads bobbing and neck wattles flapping? (And John Boehner needs to stay away from Light Bulb Beach.)