Saturday, January 24, 2009

Blog Roundup

Here's some of the recent posts by Read My Lipstick Network blog members. I think I must call this something different each time I do it .

A tale of Obama with headlines
Obamatactics - 1 hour ago
So much for "can't we all just get along", uh huh. Obama won so now he gets to walk all over everyone who doesn't agree with him. Obama to GOP: 'I won' President Obama listened to Republican gripes about h...

Bishops Urge New President to Keep Laws on Conscience Rights, Foreign Aid for Abortion, Embryonic Stem Cell Research
Moms In The Right - 2 hours ago
Bishops Urge New President to Keep Laws on Conscience Rights, Foreign Aid for Abortion, Embryonic Stem Cell Research Posted using ShareThis

Great Pro-Life Commercial from CatholicVote.org
Good Government - 3 hours ago
While I am not Catholic, I support CatholicVote.org (and .com) in their fight against abortion. I signed up for updates a while back and encourage you to do the same if you are pro-life. They started runni...

The First 100 Hours
Dots for Dummies - 5 hours ago
Three catch-up bits as I've been without internet access for over a week now: If only I had a nickel for every time I heard a commentator remind us of how "history is being made today." If only I had a ma...

My blood pressure is SKY HIGH
Lasso of Truth - 6 hours ago
I was really hoping to be pleasantly surprised by Obama; however, he is clearly living up to the pre-election expectations. This was on the AP yesterday: "President Barack Obama signed a memorandum Frida...

Sliding Down the Slippery Slope…to Obama-land…
Chicagobluesgirl's Blog - 6 hours ago
Be afraid of what is to come in the Obama administration, conservative colleagues, but be vigilant.

Joe Biden: A National Disgrace
SteveMaloneyGOP - 6 hours ago
Tomorrow, Sunday (Jan. 25), I'll continue the column on Joe Biden as a national disgrace. One reporter called the new Vice President "a human gaffe machine," and that's accurate. Sometime ago, Biden was d...

Obama Reverses the Mexico City Policy
Blacknright's Weblog - 7 hours ago
Obama is at it again. He is determined to be the most controversial and radical president we have ever had. He talks about reducing abortions and then makes sure they will go up by reversing the policy w...

Obama: I Could Lose Re-election....
Barracuda Babes for Sarah Palin - 3 minutes ago
Great post on Smart Girl Politics blog, had to share: Obama: I Could Lose Re-election.... Stacy President Barack Obama met today in a private meeting with Democrats and Republicans to discuss the economic ...

Priorities Alive and Well in America
The Admonition - 4 hours ago
A Pew Research Poll finds that Americans are more worried about the economy than anything else. That is very comforting, what with a new socialist style administration taking over, middle east turmoil, peo...

March for Life 2009
Dixi - 7 hours ago
Just got back from the March for Life in DC! An estimated 300,000 people marched! We arrived in at our hotel in DC on Wednesday, the 21st at 6:00pm. My mom drove for 14 hours! On Thursday we took the subw...

Obama: Don't listen to Rush
Pundit & Pundette - 11 hours ago
The NY Post reports that President Obama has some advice for conservatives which I'm sure is intended for our own good: Don't listen to Rush Limbaugh. "You can't just listen to Rush Limbaugh and get things d...

Good-Bye President Bush and Thank You!
Michelle McIntosh - 19 hours ago
Thank you for standing up for our country and being a strong leader. You did your job well and kept us safe. You will always be my favorite President. It is amazing that one day you can feel safe and secur...

'A Slobbering Love Affair'
Pundit & Pundette - 1 day ago
I don't read romance novels but I might make an exception for this: A Slobbering Love Affair: The True (and Pathetic) Story of the Torrid Romance Between Barack Obama and the Mainstream Media by Bernard G...

2009 and 2010 Gubernatorial Races.
Pink Elephant Pundit - 1 day ago
In the next two years there will be 38 gubernatorial races. Thirty eight, ya’ll. Out of 50. That’s a big deal. Here is a quick run down of those up for re-election, from NPR: 2009 — 2 (2 Dem) New Jersey: J...

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