Daily Archives: August 21, 2009

Michele Bachmann to Host Health Care Forum in Lake Elmo

Lake Elmo, MN, Aug 27

Health Care Reform Public Forum

With special guest, Congressman Michael Burgess, M.D.

Thursday, August 27th
Doors open at 1:45 pm
Forum runs 2:45 pm to 4:00 pm
Oak-Land Junior High School
820 Manning Avenue North, Lake Elmo

Along with my special guest, Congressman Michael Burgess, who practiced medicine before coming to Congress and who sits on one of the House committees with jurisdiction over the health care reform legislation, we’ll be discussing the proposals that are making their way through Congress and hearing your thoughts on this important issue. I hope you’ll join us for this critical discussion.


Creepy Abortion Law Struck Down in Creepy Oklahoma

Feminist Majority Foundation reports on a positive development in a case of true over the top sicko right wing Republican offensive crapola. A law had been passed in the somewhat backwards state of Oklahoma requiring that prior to an abortion, the woman be subjected to a subjective description of her embryo/fetus by a doctor, based on an ultrasound.

Unfortunately, the law was struck down for good legal reasons but for irrelevant social reasons. Similar to a bill passed here in Minnesota a few years ago allowing any bozo to carry a gun any time and anywhere, this bill had multiple provisions, which is against the constitution in Oklahoma (and Minnesota). Most likely, the creepy ultrasound description law will be back, will be passed, and will not be so easy to get rid of in the future

Rachel goes over the top cute. About something really bad

You think I was over the top in my comments on Health Care Reform?

Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy

3 Points, Rachel!!!!

Republicans … they’re the ones who are really over the top. In fact, listen to me for a second. If YOU have considered yourself to be a Republican over recent years, it is time for you to step away from the cookie jar. Republicans can no longer be my friends. If you want to remain my friend, step away from the cookie jar. Now.