I want to point out how many awesome comments I've received in the last week. I want to encourage those of your who consider yourselves to be conservatives who have been emailing your comments to me to post them directly to the website. I've been getting some great emails, but On the Mark is the only one brave enough to post to the site.
Speaking of which, after making all that ruckus about evidence and research and backing up what you say, On the Mark denied ever saying:
"We've begun the search for hidden chemical and biological weapons and already know of hundreds of sites that will be investigated." in his comments about my Democracy, Liberty, Reality post. I guess he missed the entire Republican Response posting. I was the first to admit when I got it wrong about the 1996 Election statistics, and immediately published a correction and an apology. I guess I'm a little suprised by his Oliver North-like handling of the situation.
Wonkette has posted a State of the Union Address drinking game that I am going to try to keep up with, since gettting completely ruined on Scotch (thanks for the bottle Ben and g.p. Amy) is about the only way I will be able to tolerate the ceaseless applause and mile-high pile of bullshit that is about to come down the pipe.
Regardless of which party is giving the address, The State of the Union address is always a complete waste of time. I think if forced to choose between watching American Idol, A Man from Kentucky and his Goat (it's a reality show on CMT, trust me), and the State of the Union, I might have to pick American Idol, just because I would be ashamed if the goat show made me horny.
The post-State of the Union analysis is always enjoyable as well. I am going to tune in to Fox News, since their coverage is always Fair and Balanced, to see if Brit Hume actually makes love to a likeness of the President after the speech.