The meeting last night went well only from the standpoint that it ended up in a "draw". They didn't get their contract/agreement and I didn't get mine.
I won't go into a lot of detail, those who want to know what went down can email me and I'll be happy to go through the whole blow-by-blow description.
In the meantime, there's a lot goin on today.
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted to approve Alito's nomination on a straight party-line vote, 10-8. Surprisingly Herb Kohl voted against the nomination. Now there's speculation over whether the Democrats will filibuster. Odds? My guestt is 55-45 against filibuster, but we'll see. The debate opens tomorrow.
Yesterday we lived through the Orwellian nightmare that is commonly known as a Presidential Speech . While the President spoke at Kansas State University, he treated us to another dose of Newspeak by labeling domestic spying as, get this: Terrorist Surveilance Program . Um.....yeah....right.... I suppose those peace protestors who were giving out PB&J sandwiches to Halliburton employees are terrorist too? The military put them under survielance. It just gets more bizarre every day. Today Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is torturing the truth (sorry couldn't resist the pun) about domestic spying again. These guys never stop.
Zogby poll is out showing 52% of American favor Impeachment if Bush violated the law. That's encouraging.
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