"I think you can assume it is some kind of message to the I.R.S.," Mr. Vizzard said. "What we're looking at is someone who possibly doesn't like the I.R.S."Not to be outdone, Robert Tobias, president of the National Treasury Employees Union, which represents I.R.S. workers, said that the bombings, "show how the social and political acceptance of I.R.S.-bashing has helped tip the unbalanced to acts of violence." -- The New York Times.
"I suggested Cybil Shepherd to [TNT]," he said. "Hers was a name that came up really early. I was aware, but not as much as I am now, of her pro-abortion activities and that she was a career mother. She's ideal because she's a mother, and she's politically committed."
"Compassion" = Use of tax dollars to buy votes
"Insensitivity" = Objection to the use of tax dollars to buy votes
"Demonstration" = A riot by people you agree with
"Mob Violence" = A riot by people you disagree with
"A Matter of Principle" = A political controversy involving the convictions of liberals
"An Emotional Issue" = A political controversy involving the convictions of conservatives
"Funding" = Money from the government
"Commitment" = More money from the government
"Proud People" = Chauvinists you like
"Bigots" = Chauvinists you don't like
The only Iraqi jokes I've heard, I've heard on the telephone from back home. As a matter of fact, there's only one war joke going around in Saudi Arabia:
What's the name of the Saudi national anthem?
"Onward, Christian Soldiers."
"affirming Scriptural authority, but says it is viewed in varying ways and there has been a shift away from `prooftexting' specific passages to emphasizing broad themes."
"I lament this rushing to get books out, capitalizing on the moment as if we're in the period of Armageddon, " he said. "If they're clarifying, that's one thing, but some seem to be kind of exploitive."Lindsey, not one to miss out on a sales trend, also explained, "The Lord is going to have to completely regenerate the ecology after that war."
Allowing sex at home is a way of protecting their children. If teen-agers are sexually active, the parents reason, they are better off at home than in a place that might not be safe.
"It's not that I think it's wonderful," said a mother of a 17-year-old son in a Chicago suburb. "But I don't want my son and his girl friend hiding in basements or the back seat of a car, getting mugged. I feel better knowing where my child is, so I decided that his room is his territory, his privacy."