Posts Tagged ‘Blogroll’

Namely by reminding me that the blog doesn’t include a link to Pundit & Pundette in my blogroll.

However that’s easily fixed. Cue 1812

Nice to have you.

Update: Fisherville Mike is taken care of too. Welcome aboard.

Cue 1812 for Little Miss Attila

Posted: July 14, 2010 by datechguy in Uncategorized
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Who is the latest addition to my blogroll.

I like to add people once every few months rather than just throwing things on, it’s more fun that way.

I suspect Father Z would prefer Te Deum…

Posted: April 2, 2010 by datechguy in catholic, Uncategorized

But as I’m a traditionalist we are going to celebrate Father Z’s addition to our blogroll under Catholic blogs with 1812.

But in deference to his spectacular defense of the Church we’ll give him Te Deum too!

While I laugh at the comedy of Gabriel Iglesias on his Fluffy shop tour (a nice Christmas present) other people on the blogroll are hard at work:

No Sheeples here talks about the reconciliation that wasn’t and the Democrats in the senate taking advantage of it:

Democrats Evan Bayh of Indiana, Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas and Nelson of Nebraska strayed frequently from their party during Wednesday night’s voting. Bayh, who is retiring, crossed the aisle to vote with Republicans 10 times. Lincoln, who faces a tough re-election race, supported Republicans eight times. Democratic Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia also bucked his party three times.

Nelson, who has come under fire from his conservative base in Nebraska for his support of the healthcare reform effort, supported the GOP the most—on 20 out of 29 votes as of the 2:55AM adjournment.

Be aware that democrats like Lincoln will use each of these votes to try to paint themselves as more conservative than they are.

Don Surber notes that Stupak isn’t the only “pro life democrat” who is now persona non grata in prolife circles:

Having voted for federal funding of abortion, Democratic Congressmen Allan Mollohan and Nick Joe Rahall lost the support of West Virginians for Life — just as Mollohan and Rahall face their first serious challenges in 20 years each.

Everything costs something, will it cost any of these people their seats?

Camp of the Saints discovers a new Battle Cry via the great Val Prieto guest blogging at Michelle Malkin’s place

Dad’s a Cuban exile, so he knows a little something about the Nationalization of businesses and government intrusion.

There’s a brief moment of silence between us, then the old man sighs again, puts his big welder’s hand on my arm and squeezes just a bit. “Listen to what I’m about to tell you,” he says. “Prevent or lament.”

Have you ever noticed that people who escape totalitarian systems always seem to turn up on the right?