January 6, 2007
Re: He's Ours
Posted by Michael Moore at 6:00 PM
I think Rush needs to make a correction, Heath is the new Representative for
my home, the 11th Congressional District of North Carolina. It’s a
mistake anyone from outside the area could make since Heath was a
"Super-Star" at the University
of Tennessee at Knoxville. Also I was watching C-SPAN
yesterday, and the "Blue Dog" Democrats were having a press
conference and there was Heath in the midst. As a student of politics I see the Blue Dogs as a major factor in the 110th Congress.
No, I guess he's ours
Posted by Hal Young at 4:32 PM
Rush Limbaugh's program yesterday highlighted comments from North Carolina's freshman 11th District Congressman, Heath Schuler, linking to the linked article from Media General News Service:
WASHINGTON – The significance of Democratic Rep. Nancy Pelosi's election as the first female Speaker of the House was not lost on the newest member of North Carolina's congressional delegation, Rep. Heath Shuler.
"It was a milestone, and to be able to tell my daughter that she was there is quite significant," said Shuler ....
Rush says that Schuler claimed Pelosi was an "inspiration" to Schuler's two year old daughter, but the Media General piece doesn't have that phrase in it now. Fortunately, Rush blamed him on Tennessee's voters.
File this one away
Posted by Jon Ham at 10:37 AM
Everyone should file this story away until mid-century so we can see how accurate this European Commission prediction turns out to be:
Chilly northern Europe could reap big benefits from global warming,
while the Mediterranean faces crippling shortages of both water and
tourists by the middle of the century, according to the first
comprehensive study of its effects on the continent.
Fewer in the north would die of cold, crops there would boom and the
North Sea coast could become the new Riviera, an analysis to be
approved by the European Commission next week shows.
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