Monday, October 27, 2008
While I Was Out
Guilty, guilty, guilty, guilty, guilty, guilty, guilty: Senator Ted Stephens of Alaska found guilty on all seven counts in corruption case. How was he supposed to know that doubling the size of his house and jacking it up to add an additional floor cost $250,000? Sheesh. (under Alaska law, Stephens cannot vote for himself next week as he is now a convicted felon.)
The feds broke up a neo-nazi plot to assassinate Barack Obama and kill an additional 102 black high school students.
40 call center workers walked off the job in Indiana rather than read a sleazy attack on Obama from the McCain campaign.
Jimmy Johnson, one of the original founders of NASCAR, endorses Obama.
GM is going to eat fellow automaker Chrysler. The Bush economic plan has worked out so well, hasn't it.