By Wednesday, the blog post had landed on Digg, and Utah bloggers began passing the blog all over the net in support for their fellow blogger. & As such, Utah's Media began to leap on this growing story. & It began with Utah's
But it doesn't stop here, oh no! If it was just the current administration, we could just hope this amendment to law is postponed until after the elections. But it seems that John McCain is also in on this little diatribe. It all started last week when Carly Fiorina, McCain's advisor, brought up the rather valid point that
So, why such a frenzy and apparent want for a scapegoat? Why is the American media so shocked and awed that a third party is gaining such momentum?
So this week,
The main argument is that it is against God's law for people of the same sex to get married. In reality, the Bible says nothing about marriage. Being Jewish, I'll focus on the main law that is used to say why same-sex marriage should be illegal.
This is not like the attempt to impeach former President Bill Clinton. To my knowledge, no one ever died from oral sex in the Oval Office. No semen received a folded American flag for dying in service to the president.
So why doesn't the average San Diegan vote, that's the real question. & For me, it is simply bad timing on a move, but why do most not vote? & Yes, I know the lackluster answers of no time and not knowing where to vote at... & But to be honest I think it really boils down to the fact most San Diegans simply don't care enough to vote.
This was a rather informative video. But, it brought back a lot of painful and scary memories. During the fires, I was listening to KPBS non-stop, and had the car packed JUST in case we had to evacuate. The TV was muted, showing videos from around the county, and I welcomed my birthday in complete terror as I watched the Eastlake fire inch closer and closer.
At first, I was perplexed by this. I mean, I want cheap gasoline. Then I read their reasons, and I could see their main point --that we'd never SEE this price cut, and the 'tax cut' would just equal to higher profits for oil companies. Can I have a hydrogen or electric car now, please? Pretty please?