. . . for what they are. And, give it up to Colorado's Pikes Peak Dems for "honoring" them.
Pikes Peak Dems give Republican Congressmen Doug Lamborn (CO-5th) and Bill Sali (ID-1st) their well deserved recognition.
U.S. Representatives Doug Lamborn (R-5th) and Bill Sali (ID-1st), both two of Pat Toomey's "stars", voted against the Animal Fighting Prohibition Enforcement Act to crack down on the barbaric and inhumane practices of illegal dog fighting and cockfighting - a cause long championed by Colorado Senator Wayne Allard. The House approved the measure, advocated by The Humane Society of the United States, by a commanding vote of 368-39.
After Doug Lamborn's sleezy campaign in Colorado's 5th Congressional District race in 2006 against Jay Fawcett, it appears he has raised very little money toward a re-election in 2008. Cara Degette makes an excellent report on how Lamborn raised his money from out of state in 2006 whereas Jay Fawcett raised his money primarily in-state. Lamborn's mercenaries have not come through for him, based on first quarter reports for 2007, pre-saging the right time for Fawcett to run again in 2008.
Following the 5th CD Money Trail as reported by Degette
Jay Fawcett's nemesis in Colorado's 5th CD appears to have fallen flat on his face in campaign funds raised in 1st Quarter of 2007. Doug Lamborn, raised only $75,000, a poor beginning for a 1st term Congressman. Let's hope Fawcett takes advantage of this, if at all possible.
With the body of a sheep and half-human organs, a University of Nevada professor has perfected the technique of injecting adult human cells into a sheep's fetus, producing an animal that is 15% human cells and 85 percent animal cells.
A harmless practice? Humans playing God? Laying the foundation for the introduction, as is suggested by some, for the introduction of viruses into the human population for which there is no cure?
Now scientists create a sheep that's 15% human