Feingold for President - Minnesota

No more lies. The president broke the law.

Thursday, May 18, 2006

When politics gets personal

The most recent news is this little tidbit about the attempts of Specter to shape our nation in the back rooms. If the majority wants to discriminate against gay people so blatently they should be stopped by any means.

It is disheartening that Specter has moved with the administration over and over again. Perhaps he and the rest of republicans should be asking why Feingold or any other democrat would be interested in helping them accomplish thier goals.

The lecture that he aparently doesn't want to hear would be Feingold acting in his constituent's best interests. He needs a lecture more than he knows and thank God for Feingold standing up to this unfair and cruel manipulation of the goverment of the United States.


  • At 6:56 AM, Blogger Joel said…

    Russ did the right thing by calling Arlen Spector on that underhanded marriage amendment ploy. I am concerned, though, that Russ is most clearly defined now by what he is against. Given the dominance of Republicans in D.C., there is some inevitability to that. Nonetheless, he better be planning just when he delivers an integrated positive vision of domestic and foreign policy.


  • At 2:49 PM, Blogger Joel said…

    Ask and ye shall receive.
    This just in from russforpresident.com




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