Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Back to the Hustle and Flow...A reflection

Yes, we're back at it. The schedule caught up with me, other matters needed my attention, stuff got in the way, throw the King Holiday into the mix and I was like that lost in space robot spewing, "warning, danger ahead!" However, I pulled it all together and rebooted myself into a different mode in order to keep forging forth with news, commentary, links, updates, video, and tidbits of interest to the GLBTQ community and beyond. O.K. let's jump back into the fray...

It's gettin HOT in Here:
The political landscape was in overdrive the past few days from coast to coast, however the upcoming South Carolina primary is going to be hotly contested as witnessed by last evenings Presidential debate. The Tri-Fecta: Clinton/Obama/Edwards is in full effect as they pour over their records, differences, past legislation, speeches and whatever is left to talk about. Can you say perhaps the Issues? as most citizens are saying, "it's all about the Economy, Healthcare, Education." Yet, in my opinion in order to make a viable choice we must take a hard look at the distinctions and track records to make a informed decison. Often that may take an ugly turn, but it's politics baby at it's rawest form. On the GOP front, John Mc Cain, continues to emerged from the pack with his SC win as other contenders continue to jocky toward Super Duper Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008. Ladies and Gentlemen, prepare yourselves because, it' ain't over till it's over. Get out the placards, man the phones, call a friend, volunteer or tune out. It's your choice America. How you participate is up to you, O.K.

From the "Yeah I said it File": Just when you think Mike Huckabee has said it all, he continues with his quirky, frothing, off-center rhetorc to humanize himself. This time he's making a statement to beliefnet.com and you've got to read it for yourself, then wonder where Mr. Mike is coming from:

In an interview with the Web site beliefnet.com, the former Arkansas governor said his positions on such things as homosexuality are not “radical.”
“I think the radical view is to say that we’re going to change the definition of marriage so that it can mean two men, two women, a man and three women, a man and a child, a man and animal,” he said in the interview, published on the Web site Wednesday. “Again, once we change the definition, the door is open to change it again.”

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