Thursday, December 27, 2012

Short Takes

It’s snowing up north.

Egypt’s President Morsi admits to “mistakes” in the new constitution.

Hawai’is Lieutenant Governor Brian Schatz (D) is named to fill out the term of the late Sen. Daniel Inouye.

Former President George H.W. Bush is in “guarded condition” in a Houston hospital.

Nelson Mandela has been released from a hospital in South Africa.

The U.S. Treasury is taking steps to avoid hitting the debt ceiling.

The Supreme Court declines to rule on contraception provision in the healthcare law.

4 barks and woofs on “Short Takes

  1. NoVA had snow Chrismas Eve, and again on Boxing Day: just enough to cover the ground and the trees for a few hours. More coming, though, and the next storm looks like fun.

  2. RE: SCOTUS: I’ll have more sympathy for Hobby Lobby et al when they decide they don’t want Viagra covered under their insurance either.

  3. I do not like winter at all. I am currently warming up my car, so I can go to work, after I cleared the darn snow off of it. On a brighter note, my sweet nephew came over last night and cleared my driveway and sidewalks. He is the best!

  4. My boss asked me around election time if I could summon any compassion for Ann Romney were a hardship to befall her, answering truthfully I said no.

    I think generally I am a nice person but I just can’t find it in me to hope George HW Bush recovers. Likewise I found my mood lightened hearing that Judge Bork had passed. I believe these people do not have the best interests of this country and the people therein as a main driver of their actions

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