A scary, scary man...the cold rationale with which he'd dismiss our most basic freedoms is beyond disturbing.
I wouldn't be at all surprised to learn that Yoo advocated Bush staying in office, to ensure there would be no period of vulnerability during a Presidential transition during a time of war. I'm sure that could be justified under the Commander-in-Chief power, right John?
On how many issues was BushCo willing to stonewall and risk harming our country rather than negotiating?
Quite frankly, I think people will see it for what it is, this time. We DID just vote these people in...how far can the GOP go with the argument that these are bad ideas, given that the people elected the people who want to enact them? I say that we give a seat at the table to anyone who wants to work in good faith, but put a swift boot to the keister of any obstructionist types.
I haven't seen any Pickens ads lately. The massive wind farming he called for was on the right track, but my general thoughts on energy is that we should get away from just about anything you have to burn.