That is if all the electronic voting machines we are being forced to use this election don't 'mysteriously' hand the election to Mr. Fetus in a Jar:
On Tuesday, Santorum was host to a "Professional Women's Conference on the Hill." It was a day long forum with speakers such as Education Secretary Margaret Spellings, Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison and Lynne Cheney.
Santorum invited 3,000 community leaders, university officials and other Pennsylvania women only 90 showed up. That's only about 3%.
EVEN BETTER: For months opinion polls have showed Santorum, who is unopposed in the GOP primary, trailing Casey by double digits. The percentage of voters who think he deserves re-election is only 36 percent.
ALSO ON THE PLUS SIDE: Illinois, California and Vermont all have motions in their state legislature to impeach Bush.
In a resolution that will be sent to U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Ill., the Berkeley council accused the president and vice president of, among other things: defrauding the country and Congress regarding the Iraq war; authorizing torture in violation of the Geneva Conventions; ordering secret surveillance of U.S. citizens; and failing to quickly respond to the Gulf Coast hurricane
Of course all the State Legislature can do is pass their motions on to the House of Representatives, where the Rethuglican lead judiciary committee is sure to bury it, but people ARE starting to pay attention.
AND JUST FOR A LITTLE BREAK, A WEBCOMIC YOU MIGHT LIKE Its called "Crap I Drew During Lunch" - Jin is definately OUR sort of girl here are some samples: