Thursday, January 8, 2009


Last tweet said they were going to be back up the week of the 5th. It's Thursday and I'm not holding my breath, but I'm still hoping.

I seriously would have thought that some enterprising group would have gone into business during their downtime! It's been SO long. We're in the same boat as all the others who use blogrolling --- in a holding pattern. We've all been out looking and thus far we haven't found one other place on this big ol' Internet that offers a similar service.

Tonight I decided to add all of our member blogs and websites with feeds to the sidebar of this blog. It was a monumentally tedious task, but it's done.

I thought maybe it might work like carrying an umbrella usually does... or running to the restroom at the restaurant while waiting for your food to be served...

No such luck yet!

Things are absolutely wild on the Internet these days. You could get lost on here just trying to keep up with all the conservative chatter!

BTW - we're still growing. I have some new members in the pipeline, we're adding new friends on Facebook and Twitter every day! If you're on either, be sure to look up Read M Lipstick on Facebook and Readmylipstick on Twitter.

1 comment:

Ted said...

Obama can't be POTUS.

Since no congressman and senator objected on 1/8/09 to Congress' count and certification of the electoral vote which would have turned resolution of Obama's eligibility issue over to Congress, rendering moot both the Berg and Lightfoot cases, Berg finally does achieve standing on the issue of actual harm, to be addressed at the 1/9/09 SCOTUS Conference on Writ of Certiorari. Obama's failure to submit evidence of his constitutional qualification for the 1/9/09 conference will mean he cannot thereafter challenge Berg's request to enjoin the 1/8/09 Congressional electoral count and certification, albeit retroactive, scheduled for SCOTUS conference 1/16/09. Moreover, Chief Justice Roberts has scheduled a full Court conference on the Lightfoot case 1/23/09 in the event there needs to be a Constitutionally mandated action, the Inauguration itself, to enjoin retroactively.