Mar 11, 2006

"Come on, Sandy Baby, Loosen Up..."

you're too tight!

In case you missed it - O'Connor Warns of GOP Dictatorship

15 Comments:

Anonymous e said...

'bout time...
America needs you Sandy Baby..

2:08 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Girl friend has it right. Fitz Sandy knows what's she's talking about. Look only at Alito and Roberts to see lost of womens rights and don't let me get started on SD abortions. Who in their right mine ever heard of abortions only to religious/virgins yet incest and rape of everyone else is ok. These people are sick and need medicial help.

2:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jackie,

You got that right! Is that guy a freak or what? Only if you nearly die (and are a religious virgin) do you not DESERVE to carry a rape pregnancy.
I used to teach rape/domestic violence prevention to imprisoned women and girls...EVERY class I taught-one thing was always consistent-85% of these inmates had been raped or molested-mostly when they were children!
Hmmm- could there be a connection? They tended to be very angry (who can blame them)-the class helped them make sense of what had happened to them. Many if not all had been repeatedly told it was their fault or to "get over it-happened long ago". My classes, voluntary- were always full.
Obviously if it were that easy to "get over" they wouldn't have signed up for my class...p

2:27 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Anon thank you for all your help to those who couldn't help themselves. I've lived to see the worse of these victims and one was my sister. Men make the rules to do their will. Who do we really know when you go behind those closed doors you see horror yet on the outside their religious up right respected men. If only men would respect woman the way they respect their mothers/sisters. Anon you teach woman that they are worth something yet our leaders let them know their not.

2:39 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

I sifted through the Human Right Report.
The one thing I noticed is that ALL 191 listet countries have one point in commen:

Violence against women

makes one think that from the variety of accusations that is the on crime we all share.

2:47 PM  
Anonymous Mother Earth said...

Tell me about it!

3:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I had followed Ms. O'Connor since she was nominated by Reagan. I think that people are looking for a woman that is outspoken and driven. But, Ms. O'Connor, as quiet as she is, is a very strong woman. As I mention in my past posting on the blog, that she may be quiet. But, quiet people are dangerous. Bush Adminstration may have thought that getting Roberts and Alito would be the answer to the Supreme Court. Ms. O'Connor is more dangerous and fearful to the Adminstration as an ex-judge and priviate citizen than when she sitting on the bench. She will probably speak more openly more about the Adminstration and Supreme Court. And it is about time someone like her speak out about the Adminstration. Go Sandra!

4:37 PM  
Anonymous riggens said...

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5:55 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

My only hope is that if she could reverse anything she accomplished
during her years of service to this
country, that her vote to appoint
Bush to the presidency would be the
it!

6:36 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Grandmanuk,

With all do respect, remember, Reagan appointed O'Connor for judgeship. And a lot of people didn't approve of Reagan nominating a woman as a judge to the Supreme Court. She was the deciding vote for Roe vs. Wade. So, you cannot judge a book by its cover. O'Connor proved herself to the public. She was appointed by a Republican but indepenent in her position.
Also, keep in mind that Fitzgerald was appointed as the Special Prosecutor by Ashcroft and Bush. And from Fitz' position and integrity in his profession, you can see that he cannot be brought and paid for! The job is separate by the appointment!

7:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good Evening to you all.

I remember many years ago in the MidWest, driving by what appeared to be a protest. From the distance one could clearly see it was mostly men marching. Indeed, this was verified on closer approach.

They were protesting a woman's right to have an abortion. All men. As has often been said before, if it were men getting pregnant, abortion would have been legalized centuries ago.

Nobody is "for" abortion. It is a personal and private matter between a woman and her physician, and God. Many people believe the soul/life happens upon birth, many believe upon conception. True science verifies neither one nor the other. That is why most people in this country, the majority, in fact, are pro- choice.

There is no scientific way to prove one's faith. I personally believe in soul and, of course, in God. My spiritual life is the major component for me in regards to how I make decisions and choose to behave in my short time here. How I choose to behave is directed by my spiritual beliefs which inform the decision to do no harm to any person or life, all devine in God's creation. What is obviously not in argreement in our society is the matter of WHAT constitutes life. But the majority are in agreement.

Whatever your beliefs, it is a matter between one person and their creator and should not be governed by law, especially when this law can be used to take away the rights and freedoms of half the human race, women.

2:00 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB...my point exactly! The one single issue that I would wish she
had voted differently on was the appointment of GWB. She was and is a stalwart independent, but GWB should never have been president. I
feel that we will soon find out that he wasn't really elected the second time either, by voting machine "irregularities".

8:22 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

anon...Amen!!!

8:24 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Grandmanuk,

I think every one that either voted ,didn't vote at all, or voted against Bush are paying the ultimate price. Let's keep in mind that certain Senators voted for the war in Iraq. John Kerry has to live with the fact that he voted for this war in the beginning. and believe me, I had some very choice words for him for doing that. O' Connor will have to live with the fact that she voted for GWB. The only thing that matters is fixing the wrong to make it right! Can't go back and change time!

3:43 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

Very insecure men need sexual control. Click on my name for a visual of this starkly immoral intrusion.

3:11 PM  

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