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a little down in the mouth
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Good for the Presbyterians
The Presbyterian Church USA has voted to replace the Israel divestment resolution approved in 2004 with a resolution for peaceful investment in Israel, the Gaza Strip and the West Bank. I'm very glad to hear this. Two years after Presbyterian vote, church steps back from divestment
Indeed, the issue has rocked the Presbyterian Church. Many church members felt not only misled about the 2004 resolution — which they thought had been vetted with the Jewish community — but misrepresented by a leadership they felt didn’t call enough attention to the issue before that vote, when it was tacked on to another resolution.

That jeopardized the Presbyterian ethic of fairness and deliberation. Making matters worse, other actions by church leadership — such as meetings with the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah — further alienated rank-and-file members.

For many Presbyterians, the 2004 resolution compromised the impartiality required by the church’s aspiration to be a peacemaker. Others say the punitive nature of divestment is simply bad policy.
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I'm trying to recover from the shock
They like us! They really-really like us! Well, not quite, but almost...

Aside from Cindy and the Bush-Go-Home band, Europeans support Bush on nuclear stance.
Unbidden, Austrian Chancellor Wolfgang Schuessel rose with an impassioned defense that seemed even to surprise the president.

"I think it's grotesque to say that America is a threat to the peace in the world compared with North Korea, Iran, a lot of countries," Schuessel said. Europe would not enjoy peace and prosperity if not for U.S. help after World War II, he said.

"We should be fair from the other side of the Atlantic," Schuessel said.
Any volunteers to kiss this guy? Franco?

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My Bad Boss
Working America is inviting workers to share stories about their worst bosses in "My Bad Boss Contest". After reading about "Graphics Girl" below, I think there should also be a "spineless employee" contest. Like I would ever work 90 hours a week without getting paid overtime? Hah! Oh wait...
Voting for the best worst-boss stories will be done by Web readers over the next six weeks. Each week's top vote-getter will be eligible to compete for the grand prize, a seven-night vacation getaway and $1000 for a round trip air fare, to be announced by August 16

Leading vote-getters as of Monday were:

-- "Russ," whose table-thumping boss at a small Maryland company nixed bonuses, cut overtime and ordered managers to "instill fear" in workers to boost productivity, all because a competing company's owner had a more expensive car, and

-- "Graphics Girl," who left her Pennsylvania media company, and was publicly berated for doing so, after 10 years, including the last five where she worked 50 to 80 hours a week without overtime pay and often without seeing her children. "I missed birthdays and health and years of seasons changing since my office was in a basement with no windows, all for nothing," she wrote.
For once, a bad boss could be a good thing.
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To the death, for Fluff
Fluffernutter Wars! Fluffernutter sandwich angers Mass. senator
Sen. Jarrett Barrios was outraged that his son Nathaniel, a third-grader, was given a Fluffernutter sandwich at the King Open School in Cambridge. He said he plans to file legislation that would ban schools from offering the local delicacy more than once a week as the main meal of the day. The Democrat said that his amendment to a bill on junk food in schools may seem "a little silly" — but that school nutrition is serious.

His proposal seemed anything but silly to Rep. Kathi-Anne Reinstein, a Democrat whose district in Revere is near the company that has produced the marshmallow concoction for more than 80 years, Durkee-Mower Inc. She responded with a proposal to designate the Fluffernutter the "official sandwich of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts."

"I'm going to fight to the death for Fluff," Reinstein said.
Bloggie stands behind you all the way, Ms. Reinstein. Don't mess with our Fluffernutters, infidels!
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