Mothers in the Legal Profession Roundup Number 279

The weekly Mothers In the Legal Profession Roundup is hosted on a rotating basis at the ButterflyfishPT Law MomAttorney at LargeAttorney Work Product, Today Advocating Tomorrow, mine, and Magic Cookie blogs.

The Mothers had their Thanksgiving holidays . . . some of us traveled, and some of us didn’t.  Some of us worked, some played, some did a little of both.  Here is how the Mothers in the Legal Profession kicked off the Christmas holiday season:

The Attorney at Large starts a potentially recurring feature . . .

Alice begins the dreaded daycare search.

Happy birthday to But I Do!

Butterflyfish should get at least one of these for Christmas, no?  (Bullshark!)

Full of the Dickens has the classic Santa photo to share.

Cowgirl in the City gives us some sobering statistics.

Dinei is trying to mitigate stress with thoughts of future downtime.

Frenchie christens her new house . . . in a very un-fun way.

Grace continues to share her Lis’s surgery experience with other cranio parents.  I personally know some that I directed to her site who are very thankful for her willingness to share.

Izzy is taking advantage of the sales.

Kindra shares some Thanksgiving observations.

LC is home after an eventful holiday away.

Lag Liv enjoyed Fort Worth festivities.

Mommy Madness shares a childhood story.

Proto Attorney is surrounded by little girls and their little girl stuff.

Pseudostoops is being guilted out of pie.


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  3. Azi says:

    they voted in 2004 than were actually ctueond. Where did those votes go? The partisan election system corporations such as Diebold and ES&S are the black hole of honest voting.In this show you could explore how it was done and what is being proposed and put into place to make sure it doesn’t happen again. Guests would include Leon County Supervisor of elections, Ion Sancho who is now under attack by the republican party state machine from Jeb on down for publically and scientifically proving that the Diebold electronic voting system can be hacked. At his request, Finnish professor and renounded computer expert, Harri Harsti, demonstrated that someone inside the supervisors’s office coud alter the outcome of the election and erase any trace of the meddling in the Diebold system. I think you could get professor Harsti on the line as well to explain how he proved this. To quote the Miami Herald (March 7, 2006), real heroes catch hell. The true patriots at have been the first in the fight to protect our basic rights to free and fair elections under the Bush regime. An outstanding guest from blackbox would be registered republican Jim Wilson who went to jail protesting election fraud in San Diego county. He apparantly even has some of the computer code the bad guys used to fool election supervisors in 2004, and many other tales to tell. It would be interresting to bring on California state senator Debra Bowen who just won the primary for seceary of state by a wide margin as a staunch defender, leader for voters’ rights and election inegrity. She co-sponsored the state bill to ensure a paper trail for each vote cast. Debra will give Diebold the boot as a security risk when she is elected. Jennifer Brennan is running for secretary of state in Ohio to takne over the job of the Bush/Cheney election rigging henchman, Ken Blackwell, who is runnig for governor and possibly from the evil one himself.2) I think a show in October adressing the issue of whether clean, accoutable elections are still possible in this nation would be in store. A recap of all the election rigging and vote suppression schemes (and someone to cast doubt on their existence form the right, of course, or one of these clowns from, what has been done to counter and stop these practices, and what chane we have of the will of the people actually being recognized on election day in November. I think Robert Kennedy, Jr. would be a fantastic guest. Professor Mark Crispin Miller would be another get guest for his vast knowledge of the facts and deep interpretation of the peril election fraud represents to our democrcy and so-called free society (hardly touched in his previous appearance). Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman who have written extensively about the scam election in Ohio 2004 would be formidable guests. Of course you’d need some republican fire-breather or weasel to defend the other side such as it is or the illusion of it. Hey, why not ask Karl Rove on the show, or Dick Cheney? Daniel Mellman? That would be amusing. You might think about inviting proponents and opponents of HR 550, the best election reform bill that still need twenty-some congessperson to sign to pass the House. It has become, heartwarmingly, bi-partisan now. Common Cause is behind it, and you might invite one of their top people. And a terasure trove of election integrity news and alanlysis can be found on for both research and further guest possibilities.If this is wounding like three shows now, why not?You see how rich and deep the material and potential guests and areas of discussion are.In the end, it is up to the Bush/extremist politico machine to prove that election fraud outrage to the American people and God did not occur on a widescale basis in 2004 and not the other way around!Peace and God Bless!

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