July 28, 2005

Amazing the things one finds

I was looking at the Congressional Record, which, for the Dems, is the official record of Congressional business. Move On and the DU are not. Some of the tidbits for July 27 are:

  • S.RES.215 : A resolution designating December 2005 as "National Pear Month".
  • S.RES.217 : A resolution designating August 13, 2005, as "National Marina Day".
  • S.1372 : A bill to provide for the accuracy of television ratings services, and for other purposes.
  • S.1520 : A bill to prohibit human cloning.
  • S.RES.158 : A resolution expressing the sense of the Senate that the President should designate the week beginning September 11, 2005, as "National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week".

Plus the renaming of several post offices. The last 2 are interesting. S.1520 was proposed by Dianne Feinstein. Sorry, Dianne, cloning is the way of the future. Just accept it.

And, S.Res.158, while nice, seems to be a. racist, and b. the wrong week. I personally do not have anything against having a "National Historic Black Colleges and Universities Week." Hey, if it makes people feel good, great! But what if they tried to pass that, replacing Black with White? Apoplexy would ensue. But the week of September 11th is very much the wrong week. No explanation needed, except to Lindey Graham, who proposed it.

One thing I noticed was the absence of John Kerry's name. Does he ever propose anything? 11 pieces of legislation passed in a 20+ year Senate career. Yeah, this guy needs to be President (sarcasm alert.)

Posted by William Teach at July 28, 2005 09:04 AM | TrackBack

"Cloning is the way of the future. Just accept it."

Not on moral grounds. I will fight it to my death, and the death of several of my clones.

Seriously, though, do you really want to promote a technology that could lead to whole armies of moonbats goose-stepping down Main Street the first Tuesday after the first Monday each year? Seriously?

Posted by: Jeff H at July 28, 2005 09:19 AM

We can just lock them up and harvest them for spare parts, ala, The Island :)

Posted by: William Teach at July 28, 2005 10:12 AM

I would link to this post but...um...well...hehe
Great post. As for clones being the way of the future, I just envision the "clones" rights battles...Clone ERA here we come... ;)

Posted by: jody at July 28, 2005 03:04 PM

Who's that last comment by? "jody"? Sounds vaguely familiar...

Posted by: Jeff H at July 28, 2005 05:12 PM

Well, I will admit that I totally lost my train of thought on this post, which was going to be more of "why the heck are they wasting time with these trivialities?"

Posted by: William Teach at July 28, 2005 05:50 PM
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