Friday, February 20, 2009

New Feature--Wednesday Outrageous Watch--WOW

Beginning next week, there will be a new feature here at The Well—The Wednesday Outrageous Watch. On Wednesdays, we will feature something outrageous that a member of our government has said or done, or a piece of outrageous legislation that is being proposed.

It is important to keep up with what is going on in our government. Rights that are not well guarded are easily lost!

Watch this space on Wednesdays for updates on what the government is doing with your tax dollars.

6 comments:

Marilena said...

looking forward to ti:)

Marilena said...

it.. oops

superliberal said...

Just to help you out, here's some links to Obama's proposed bills and resolutions: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billsearch.xpd?PostFormID=billsearch&session=110&q=&sponsor=400629&cosponsor=&chamber=&status=

In an effort to be bipartisan, why not include some GOPs? Like Sessions from AL. Here's his bills and res: http://www.govtrack.us/congress/billsearch.xpd?PostFormID=billsearch&session=110&q=&sponsor=300088&cosponsor=&chamber=&status=

Adamgv said...

Check out this new Traditionalist Catholic band that just released their first album.

From what I heard on the samples site, they sound really good.

Introducing the new Christian National Anthem: Guns & Jesus.


http://ccrg.info/cas.htm

Adrienne said...

It shouldn't be hard to come up with "at least one" outrageous thing per week ;-)

Dymphna (4HisChurch) said...

Yeah, that's what I was thinking, Adrienne!

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