Just plain fun to read
Want some fun reading today? If you answered yes please go here first and read what Raising Kaine has to offer about the Senate vote on the gay marriage amendment. There is much sorrow and gnashing of teeth about the democrats who support this. Oh the comments are grand to read! The man they named their blog after could veto this....but the WAPO has this
Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine (D) does not have to review the amendment resolution. He could veto a separate bill that specifically calls for the November referendum, but press secretary Delacey Skinner said he will not do so.
"The governor's position is that a marriage is between one man and one woman," Skinner said.
Kaine scores a point with with me. Could that position be a religous position? Also worth noting is Creigh Deeds voted for the bill. Again pointing out how democrats are against it before they were for it or vice versa...makes you dizzy trying to keep up.
It is not over with that. Continue here and read this attack on Bill Carrico. The author of the post says
Religious extremism, Muslim and Christian, peppers today's world, causing much strife. Osama bin Laden. Pat Robertson.
Comparing Pat to Osama? Watch out folks, those 700 clubbers are learning to fly planes and loading up the Ak-47's....I posted about Carrico here and so far he is sticking to his platform about Christian values. Then the author attacks Carricos bill HB 401 in which Carrico stands up for law abiding citizens not to be finger printed to receive a concealed weapons permit. Continuing on to bill HB 364 that removes the useless language of trains from the DUI law. Train engineer's are covered by federal law. No alcohol can be present under FRA standards. While leaving trains in the state law they would be able to have a .08 alcohol level. The author argues that Carricos bill will " eliminate references to "trains" in the DUI and drugs statute, presumably making it easier for train conductors to be stoned drunkards. Be afraid. Be very, very afraid. I wonder who was lobbying for this." That is simply not true. It strengthens the law and takes away any confusion or argument that the engineer could have a .08 level. BTW, engineers operate locomotives not conductors. Good stuff