I’m surprised by the number of people that didn’t understand that the rules for a filibusterer at the state and federal level are different.
Now that DOMA is ruled unconstitutional and Prop 8 was dismissed by the Supreme Court, I wonder how many conservatives are genuinely concerned that this will lead to people marrying animals and objects.
I saw a lot of evangelicals tweeting “Jesus wept” yesterday and I saw a lot of folks replying “tears of joy” and that Jesus himself never said anything about it.
You’d think there be some sort of punishment or some kind of ethical violation altering the date of a state senate bill. John Oliver did add this, “The Texas Senate majority was simply being consistent. They simply believe that if late one night you are swept by your emotions and make a stupid mistake, you should always have a chance to fix it later and not have to live with the consequences.” Even with the Supreme Court decision about Prop 8 and DOMA, I was surprised ‘The Daily Show’ focused so much on what happened in Texas.
The Patriots operate by a lot different set of rules than the Cowboys when it comes to a player getting in trouble with the law.
When the Supreme Court makes a decision, interns grab the paper and physically run it to the networks. Here’s a great look at it.
I’ve been really happy with Blue Cross Blue Shield, but now my employer is moving to United Healthcare. I had a very bad experience with them when I was an employee at Fidelity Investments and have never thought highly of them since, so I hope things are better the second time around.
My blogging friend Barry had a great quote the other day, “Ted Cruz will speak at the First Baptist Church of Dallas on Sunday morning. That place has turned into the Southern Baptist version of Fox News.”