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Protest 7 March 2012

Posted by marisacat in 2012 Re Election, Viva La Revolucion!.

Women Protesting
St Petersburg, Russia: police detain a protester after Vladimir Putin’s election victory | Alexander Demianchuk/Reuters

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Women Protesting
Male, Maldives: a protester peers through riot shields during a rally. Opposition MPs in the Maldives have prevented the new president, who is accused of seizing power in a coup, from opening parliament | Ibrahim Faid/AFP/Getty Images

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1. marisacat - 8 March 2012

Do do do drop in at Google today, in honor of International Womens day there is what th International press (I aw the headline at the UK Telegraph) is calling a Google Doodle.

A doodle.


It incorporates the international symbol for the female gender, in case it is confusing.

Carry on!

marisacat - 8 March 2012

😆 Not that anyone should feel special or anything, but I gather these little toss-offs at Google are generally called “doodle”. I had not known that.

Hey lift a glass to the day!


Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

some of them are very clever. They have an archive of them here.

marisacat - 8 March 2012

I liked the one they did for… oh some cartoon characters, some anniversary of the cartoonist or a show – – not sure if muppets or smurfs or who… Dr Seuss… it moved….

but this was a dud.

Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

I liked the one for Les Paul’s birthday, a guitar you could play.

2. marisacat - 8 March 2012

😆 Another “corn husker deal”? Seems so.

Anything that kills a Kerrey candidacy is fine with me

Harry Reid made Democrat Bob Kerrey a special promise if he’d jump into the Nebraska race for his old Senate seat. So what was it: a chance to reclaim his senatorial seniority? A plum committee gavel? Campaign cash for his race?

Nobody will say, but one thing is certain: Questions swirling around Kerrey’s arrangement will dog the two-term former senator until he or the majority leader come clean.

Republican critics are hammering Kerrey from Washington to Lincoln for cutting a “backroom deal” with Reid. And some Democrats are lamenting that Kerrey’s moment of candor — acknowledging a proposition he said would benefit Nebraskans — has reinforced his image as a Washington insider in a state that’s become synonymous with political wheeling and dealing. . . . . .

Read more: Politico

3. marisacat - 8 March 2012

Obama – presented as a religion solved only thru steadfast belief… OR a standard Hollywood, bad, no action flick that is hyped as an enthralling, fast action flick. Via Mike Allen email Politico.

People are in a state of thrall, no argument there.

We are so screweddddd

TRAILER for Obama-Biden epic, “The Road We’ve Traveled,” out a week from today – On-screen type:

“From Academy Award® winning director David Guggenheim [“An Inconvenient Truth,” “Waiting for Superman,” Obama convention bio and 30-minute prime-time informercial]…

A film about determination and progress … Told by those who saw it happen … Historic challenges … Tough decisions … Bold actions.”

Male narrator : “How do we understand this president, and his time in office? Do we look at the day’s headlines, or do we remember what we, as a country, have been through?”

Two-minute trailer has interviews with Austan Goolsbee, David Axelrod, Rahm Emanuel, the Vice President and Elizabeth Warren. http://bit.ly/zG01ks

I see they have Eliz Warren for the wimmens vote… and the rest for whomeverelse there is.

brian - 8 March 2012

jeezus, is the whole fucking movie in slow-mo??? but, what else would we expect from an oscar winning film-maker.

and, lol on the male narrator.

marisacat - 8 March 2012

I am sure we will get something as laughable on Mittens… but still.

Masses of hogwash.

Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

well, the last couple years have been …

ts - 9 March 2012

I don’t think I could hold my food down for the whole thing.

marisacat - 9 March 2012

Truly. I read last nght the “male narrator” is Tom Hanks. 😆 I’ve avoided his movies for decades.

4. brinn - 8 March 2012

Hey all!

Just checking in to let you know I am alive and breathing. Nicotine cessation has thrown me into a horrible depression fraught with high anxiety and bouts of inconsolable sadness (with crying, even, almost daily for about a month)! ACK! Am clawing my way back out, but not quite there yet.

I haven’t been checking in here even for the past two or three weeks, but that I have this week and have gotten up the motivation, courage, whatever to post is a good sign, I’m thinking.

Hope you all are well, wish you lived on my block, so we could get together and have great conversations, hugs and drinks of varoius and sundry kinds! 😉

marisacat - 8 March 2012

Hi dear!!

Nicotine cessation has thrown me into a horrible depression fraught with high anxiety and bouts of . . . .

And if you were to go to a clinic all they would recommend is a slew (more than one these days) of anti-depressant scripts. While they work for some people, and I am glad for them, they are not the answer for everybody…

Hang in there dear! Drop in anytime you like…

brinn - 8 March 2012

Well, I was already on Lexapro, my GP added Welbutrin on top of that about three weeks ago — that made me worse, got off of those and now I am on day 3 of an increased dose of the Lexapro….I think I am beginning to stabalize, but I also relapsed on Monday and smoked 4 cigs, then one on Tuesday…destroyed all the rest and bough an electronic cig…I only use it 2-3 times a day and the most puffs I’ve taken is 4 at a time….seems to work for now. Of course, it does have nicotine, and I am unsure of how much I’m getting with each puff, but it is ok for now. If I start wanting it more and more and more, then it will be time to get rid of it too…I just need to stabilize first, and I d
o not want to smoke anymore….but I don’t want to give myself a heart attack from stress and anxiety either!! And on it goes….

marisacat - 8 March 2012

great that the anti depressants are working, that helps a lot.

Yes just bear in mind Amy Winehouse died of being off alcohol, rather than overdosing… (life is so complicated!)

brinn - 8 March 2012

What did she die of? Did she have a heart attack or stroke? Getting off of an addictive substance is nothing to be taken lightly….I should have prepared myself better for the possibility of depression and aniety– I prepared and got through all of the withdrawal no problem.
It is really annoying that doing something good for myself is making me feel so horrid….I suppose minimal doses of nicotine is better than breaking down in tears in front of my kids and feel crappy about it.

As the boys’ dad once told me, nothing worth doing is ever easy….heh, kind of ironic now that I think about it…I guess he didn’t think our marriage was worth doing…

marisacat - 8 March 2012

I can’t quite remember which it was… but unfortunately the erroneous idea that she died of some type of overdose is out there…

Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

Hi Brinn!!!

brinn - 8 March 2012

Hi Madman! How’re you?

Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

pretty good, early spring fever in full effect up here in dairyland.

sorry to hear how deep demon nicotine had its hooks into you … hang in there.

brinn - 8 March 2012

Spring fever is awesome — I miss it living down here, as Spring is one of the three seasons that we don’t actually have. Enjoy!!

As for hanging in there — Thanks, I’m trying. Some days it feels like just by my fingernails, but I have struggled with cyclical depression for quite a few years now — it is always important for me to remember that it does get better…I just was not prepared for the lack of nicotine to send me into a spiral…I felt soooo awesome the first two weeks! I really really do not want to smoke, but I don’t want to be miserable every day either…*sigh*

Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

I don’t handle the cold as well as I used to, but I don’t think I could live somewhere where there were no seasons.

marisacat - 8 March 2012

we have two seasons, basically… it gets dreary. I call them Rain and Fire.

5. brinn - 8 March 2012

Oh, and happy international women’s day! With full moon, even. I wish it were dancing naked under the moon weather! 😉

marisacat - 8 March 2012

oh let me pass on a bit of joy I just caught off Deutsche Welle (via TV…. no chance yet to look up a print report on it)

“Kabul has passed a law allowing married women to be hit”.

Spread the joy!

brinn - 8 March 2012

Grand. Well, at least we (the USA) are keeping great company in terms of passing anti-women laws….

6. marisacat - 8 March 2012

hmm I grabbed the first site that popped up, I think it is rightie, but they posted the full text AP report out of Kabul… fwiw.

They passed a lot of anti women laws in 2009, which s not mentioned…again fwiw:

[P]resident Hamid Karzai‘s Tuesday remarks backing the Ulema Council’s document, which allows husbands to beat wives under certain circumstances and encourages segregation of the sexes, is seen as part of his outreach to insurgents like the Taliban.

Both the U.S. and Karzai hope that the Taliban can be brought into negotiations to end the country’s decade-long war. But activists say they’re worried that gains made by women since 2001 may be lost in the process.

When the Taliban ruled Afghanistan prior to the 2001 U.S. invasion, girls were banned from going to school and women had to wear burqas that covered them from head to toe. Women were not allowed to leave their homes without a male relative as an escort.

The “code of conduct” issued Friday by the Ulema Council as part of a longer statement on national political issues is cast as a set of guidelines that religious women should obey voluntarily, but activists are concerned it will herald a reversal of the trend in Afghanistan since 2001 to pass laws aimed at expanding women’s rights.

Among the rules: Women should not travel without a male guardian and women should not mingle with strange men in places like schools, markets or offices. Beating one’s wife is prohibited only if there is no “Shariah-compliant reason,” it said, referring to the principles of Islamic law. . . . . .

From The Blaze

7. marisacat - 8 March 2012

hmm Yesterday outside a courthouse in Tulsa, today… outside a psych clinic at Univ of Pittsburg…

Where tomorrow?

2 dead, 7 wounded in Pa. psych clinic shooting

CBS News – ‎43 minutes ago‎

Updated 6:27 PM ET (CBS/AP) PITTSBURGH – Gunfire at a psychiatric clinic at the University of Pittsburgh killed two people and injured seven others Thursday afternoon, the university’s medical center said. A man who was in a nearby waiting room when …

Google page

8. Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

Catholic Church Cuts Homeless Shelter Contribution Because New Director Supports Choice, Gay Marriage

The Catholic Diocese of Sacramento no longer will fund programs at Francis House, a nonprofit agency that serves homeless people, because of its new director’s views supporting abortion rights and gay marriage.

In a letter last month, the diocese’s director of social services said the Rev. Faith Whitmore’s public statements on the issues clash with the teachings of the Catholic Church. Therefore, said the Rev. Michael Kiernan, the social services director, it is “impossible for the diocese to continue funding Francis House” as part of its annual Catholic Appeal.

marisacat - 8 March 2012

only some are deserving. The Catholic Church could not make it clearer…

Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

sick fuckers

ms_xeno - 8 March 2012

The Church in PDX told Street Roots, the local homeless paper, that they’d no longer donate it unless the paper dumped its Planned Parenthood ads– back in 2010.

Thankfully, the paper told the Church to take a flying leap and that they’d manage fine without its money. Thankfully, they’re still around.

marisacat - 8 March 2012

oh and it is supposed to be only small burgs in the deepest south that are so religious and reactionary. NOt Portland, not Sacto, the capital of Cali.

Yeah right.

Cali is LOADED to the gills with fundies, all stripes, from Catholics of all colors, to imports to Pentecostal to evangelicals _ to what I call “Mission Asians” to whackjob black churches, to lunatic Filipino churches, to Muslims who wrap up the girl children right on schedule (and whatever else)… to very very very Orthodox Judaism.

It’s fucking scary. Whole enclaves of this and that…

Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

so glad they have their priorities straight, fucking child-banging gawd-botherers.

I seriously wonder why they keep putting that silly section with the speech on the mountain in their damned book of fairy tales.

ms_xeno - 9 March 2012

I don’t really understand why the Church would cut itself off from the flock like this. If Archbishop Schmuck and Friends aren’t careful, it may occur to the lost little lambs that their path to dignity and self-respect only gets easier without these coldhearted, over-controlling fuckheads breathing down their necks all the time.

marisacat - 9 March 2012

So many people seem to be into the abuse and restriction of religion. And that ever present “judgement”.

9. Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

Sen. Nina Turner introduces bill to protect men from dangers of Viagra

TO: All Senate Members
FROM: Senator Nina Turner
DATE: March 2, 2012
RE: Co-Sponsor Request

I will be introducing a bill to address an issue that has gone unaddressed for far too long. The diligence with which men in state legislatures across the nation have considered the fragile health and feeble minds of women has prompted me to reflect on the welfare of the more powerful breed: men. This legislation will take strong steps to protect men from the harmful effects of PDE-5 inhibitors (phosphodiesterase type 5). PDE-5 inhibitors are prescribed to men who are experiencing symptoms of male impotence and carry serious side effects such as priapism, hearing loss, and vision loss. Such medications should be considered with the utmost concern and caution. These medications can be seriously detrimental to men with heart problems, including heart pain (angina), heart failure, abnormal heart rhythms (arrhythmias), high or low blood pressure, a history of stroke within the last six months, eye problems such as retinitis pigmentosa, sickle cell anemia, or leukemia.

The legislation will implement procedures that will ensure the vigorous reproductive health of men who experience non-psychological erectile dysfunction symptoms. This means that men will have to certify their impotence, confirm their comprehension of risk, and undergo outpatient counseling services to inform them of alternative treatment options to PDE-5 inhibitors.

Please join us in this fight to protect those who are our greatest protectors. The men in our lives generously devote time and debate to fundamental female reproductive issues; the least we can do is return the favor.

If you would like to be included as a co-sponsor, please contact Matthew Adair at [redacted]. The deadline to sign on to this legislation is 5:00pm on Monday, March 5, 2012. Thank you for your consideration.

brinn - 8 March 2012

Beauty — did it actually get introduced or any co-sponsors?

Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012
10. Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012
Madman in the Marketplace - 8 March 2012

code didn’t work … Bad Romance: Women’s Suffrage

11. ms_xeno - 8 March 2012

[waves at brinn]

Sooo… I made two requests over at Boingboing as to why they excised my anti-love letter to Hopey’s health plan. No answer.

Guess that’s one more bastion of “free thought” that I can skip out on visiting ever again. Shitheads.

Also, my email box is full of various concerned messages from friends about Rush and his dislike of women. As of yet, zip in my email box regarding Obama telling us women that he can’t let us have Plan B because we’re too weak and stupid and female to control our own bodies.

Somebody please just fucking kill me already. Christ.

marisacat - 8 March 2012

ObRama luvs you! And you must must must remember that Rush is a fat winger and a Viagra and Oxy user!

That is all you need t know.

ms_xeno - 8 March 2012

No doubt. And Doctorow has iShears and a cyber-bridge he wants to sell us.

Here. I honestly couldn’t stand one more goddamn fucking word about goddamn fucking Rush or I would’ve fucking exploded. Mcat, if you have a link to that story you mentioned earlier where Hopey told the DC voters he didn’t care if poor women wanted funded abortions, please link it here. I definitely want it for posterity.

marisacat - 8 March 2012

let me see what I can find… it was ………. last year I think. DC voted it in, locally, and in a deal with R congressional leadership SLob traded it away…

I’ll see if I can find, too, a stunner from the GE, he had a week when he let loose with a killer each day… and near the end he said “Women couldn’t have an abortion just for being blue”. Absolutely undid me. Jan Crawford Greenburg (must now be divorced as she has dropped th last name) was then with ABC and had a column at their site… she did three pieces on it… and called Obama to “the right of Antonin Scalia”. (She has now moved to CBS and I don’t now if ABC bothered to archive her column)

I barely know anyone anymore but I sent it to every one I could…

marisacat - 8 March 2012

I am having a terrible time finding anything, let me wait for a fresh connection…

12. ms_xeno - 8 March 2012

Thanks. I could do a search later on tonight, but first I have to go buy a bag of groceries with my big, fat temp check. :p (Who wants beans? Raise your hands!)

If you find them, I may have to send out an email of my own, even though the constant Obamapology fest makes my head throb with pain. There are friends and relatives I’m trying to avoid until ’13 just because I know we’re going to end up fighting about the smug, pious, class-baiting fuck and his right to my vote and I just have. not. got. the. stomach. for it. Gah.

marisacat - 8 March 2012

TRy this, a HuffPo piece rides at the top of the selection… I think it has what is needed on the DC /abortion /poor women /funding mess… If the Huff Po doesn’t work there are others there…

It was only in December of ’11… it seemed in my memory SO LONG AGO that I worried it might be ’10.


ABC wiped Jan Crawfrd and her column (Legalities, it was called) when she left… but I saw at Scott Lemieux that others wrote on the 7/08 comment of Slob on womens and their mental issues and timelines on abortion… I think a Bitch Ph.D link might be viable… Here it is,


will go there later… ugh I can tell my connection is slowing down.

ms_xeno - 9 March 2012

Thanks, M. 😎

13. marisacat - 9 March 2012

Is it possible to hit “bottom”? Do we even have a bottom?

News today is that tweets from

– Oprah

– Justin Bieber


– Rihanna (among a select list of celebrities)

have pushed the viral vid, Kony 2012.

Another fucking xtian war.

Madman in the Marketplace - 9 March 2012

turns out they’re tied to evangelical groups:

March 8, 2012 |

“A lot of people fear Christians, they fear Liberty University, they fear Invisible Children – because they feel like we have an agenda. They see us and they go, “You want me to sign up for something, you want my money. You want, you want me to believe in your God.” And it freaks them out.” — Jason Russell, speaking at Liberty University, November 7, 2011

Is Invisible Children a nonprofit devoted to human needs, or is it a ministry devoted to bringing souls to Jesus ? Judging by a talk co-founder Jason Russell gave last November at Liberty University, it would seem to be a bit of both.

On its face, the effort appears secular, and evangelizing is not mentioned as an objective.

But in a November 7, 2011 appearance at Liberty University, as part of Liberty’s Fall Convocation speaker series, Invisible Children co-founder Jason Russell hinted that Invisible Children was also an evangelizing effort, and during his talk Russell coached Liberty University students on what could be characterized as extremely low-key, or stealth, evangelism.

Joining Russell onstage during his November 7 Liberty University appearance was Alex Harris, credited with playing a key role in driving Mike Huckabee’s 2008 presidential bid. At 20:20 into the 39 minute discussion, Harris received a question from the Liberty University student audience – “What is the greatest challenge to the millennial generation, in impacting the world for Christ ?”

Jason Russell fielded the following question from the audience which was, as characterized by Johnnie Moore, Liberty University Vice President of Teaching Projects,”How do you motivate hypocritical, apathetic Christians to, kind of, `get in the fight’? ”

What was “the fight”? The message was ambiguous. Earlier in the discussion, Jason Russell had stated his goal of “ending genocide” and capturing Joseph Kony, but that goal seemed framed within the larger project of evangelizing the nations. During the discussion, as a backdrop, hung a blue curtain that proclaimed, “Liberty University: 40 Years of Training Champions For Christ”.

marisacat - 9 March 2012

I heard today that Kony hasn’t even been in Uganda for 6 years — and maintains an office in Washington DC. I would suspect he is part of the problem, hell why not, but so is our full time partner, Museveni. I gather Kony is our part time partner.

It’s time to bail on this country, but where does one even hope to go?

marisacat - 9 March 2012

Oh! I just heard on the news that the child, well he was a child THEN, at the center of the viral vid, is still in Uganda, all grown up and in the process of becoming a … lawyer…

14. marisacat - 9 March 2012

Speaking of the 17 minute slobber fest for Slob…. Madman sent me this…

Greenwald at


Hollywood producer and director Davis Guggeinheim just produced a 17-minute “documentary” hailing the greatness of Barack Obama and his many historic and profound accomplishments, and it will be released this week by the Obama campaign.

Please just watch this two-minute interview of Guggenheim by CNN’s Piers Morgan in which Guggenheim explains that nothing critical can or should be said of our President other than the fact that he is so Great that his Greatness cannot be sufficiently conveyed in a single film (via VastLeft);

other than noting the obvious — how creepy his Leader worship is and how perfect of a guest-host he’d be for several MSNBC shows — all I can say is that this is the pure face of the Authoritarian Mind, but it is as common as it is repellent:

ms_xeno - 10 March 2012

There should be a drinking game for every time a Salon commenter in those threads doggedly insists that Hopey “means well.”

I guess that spares them the pain of realizing that they fell for yet another damn conman and his signed, framed picture of Reagan. [rolleyes]

marisacat - 10 March 2012

What a huge con it is is part of what makes it so infernally infuriating. I wonder if all the black people who voted for him have any idea at all how he and his “success” will be shoved down their throats by white racists and exclusionists…. forever

To say nothing of the wimmens and older white “liberals”.

ms_xeno - 10 March 2012

Oh, I saw that ten minutes after the election ended. Some hipster racist fuck on the local LJ bellowing that he didn’t want to ever again hear from the stupid PoCs about how Whitey kept them down and they could never get an even break, etc.

The stupidity comes from so many directions that sometimes you don’t even know how to begin dealing with it.

marisacat - 10 March 2012

Yes everytime Slob or Memsab claims racism… well it won’t be them paying the price. Nor his black Chicago and black Martha’s Vineyard Harvard friends…

It will be the most vulnerable of blacks and others.

15. Madman in the Marketplace - 10 March 2012

Women and the Leadership Gap

I know that in many ways this isn’t surprising, but what struck me is that the rough percentage of women in these positions across the board is roughly the same level:

“Women remain hugely underrepresented at positions of power in every single sector across this country,” said Barnard College president Debora Spar (/cheats/2012/03/03/obama-to-speak-at-barnard-commencement.html) at a White House conference on urban economic development last month.

“We have fallen into what I call the 16 percent ghetto, which is that if you look at any sector, be it aerospace engineering, Hollywood films, higher education, or Fortune 500 leading positions, women max out at roughly 16 percent,” Spar said. “That is a crime, and it is a waste of incredible talent.”

Seventeen percent of United States Senators are women, and only 16.8 percent of the House of Representatives. The Supreme Court has three women justices out of nine, and six women governors out of 50, or 12 percent. In state legislatures, 23.6 percent of elected representatives are female, and only nine percent of mayors are women in the 100 largest cities.

Such figures belie America’s self-image as a world leader with enlightened values; the nation actually ranks 71st in female legislative representation, behind Bangladesh, Sudan and United Arab Emirates.

From politics and business to academia, law and religion, the allocation of power remains stunningly lopsided. “Over half of college graduates but less than a quarter of full professors and a fifth of college presidents are female,” reported Deborah Rhode and Barbara Kellerman in their book Women and Leadership. “In management, women account for about a third of M.B.A. classes, but only 2 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs, 6 percent of top earners, 8 percent of top leadership positions, and 16 percent of board directors and corporate officers. In law, women constitute about half of new entrants to the profession, but less than a fifth of law firm partners, federal judges, law school deans, and Fortune 500 general counsels. Half the students in divinity school are women, but they account for only 3 percent of the pastors of large congregations in protestant churches that have been ordaining women for decades.”

Nor are such imbalances improving; in most areas, women’s advancement has flatlined in recent years. “I think we are stuck in the muck,” says Kathryn Kolbert, director of the Athena Center for Leadership Studies at Barnard. “We made great progress on the rights front in the 1970’s, and life has changed significantly, but progress for women has plateaued in rights, in leadership, and in the ability to contribute equally in social and cultural affairs.”

marisacat - 10 March 2012

Very telling.

ms_xeno - 10 March 2012

Well, Hilary and Pelosi got theirs. Can’t we all just live vicariously through them? [rolleyes] Seems to be good enough for a whole lot of dimwit liberal feminists anyway.

marisacat - 10 March 2012

And DIFi. And Cantwell… and Patty Murray (sad proof of what a “soccer mom” is!) and and and and….

ms_xeno - 10 March 2012

Honestly, for five dollars cash right now I’d gladly knee one or all of them in the groin. Opportunistic condescending fucks, the lot of them. Pelosi in particular, for her merry silencing of any and all who wanted expanded Medicare.

marisacat - 10 March 2012

Here’s another one: Granholm. UGH… both she AND her husband have sweetheart teaching deals over at Cal Berkeley – she teaches governmental leadership! One course is in fact called Gov Leadership in Hard Times!! He teaches a leadership course at the Law School, Boalt Hall.

16. marisacat - 10 March 2012

… and another one moves out and on….


Rep. Jay Inslee to resign to focus on gubernatorial run

Rep. Jay Inslee (D-Wash.) will announce at 4 p.m. today that he is resigning from Congress to focus on his gubernatorial campaign, according to an operative with knowledge of his plans. . . . .

Read more at:
Wash Po

Or visit PostPolitics.com.

17. marisacat - 10 March 2012



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