On Tuesday The New York Times reported that New York is poised to pass a law that will allow surveillance cameras to issue instant tickets to speeding drivers ♣ The GOP squirmed over how to address the president’s new executive order on immigration policy, as Republicans now see undecided Latino voters closing in the gap toward the Democrats — Romney finally settled on the exact opposite stance he held just two month’s prior, now saying he would actually “replace and supersede” Obama’s policy. Oh, OK. ♣ On Saturday, the cover of The New York Times featured two articles, side by side, about pedophiles: one featured Sandusky (who is now on suicide watch), while the other uncovered a cover-up in the Catholic church. (Tithe big this week, parishioners; lawyers are pricey!) ♣ The bullied bus monitor who was cruelly tormented by a pack of future cat-killers, and real-life Rhodas from The Bad Seed, received half a million dollars in donations, which was collected by sympathizers who saw the viral video of her taunting ♣ And in the United States, and much of the world, Gay Pride is celebrated — Happy Pride, everyone!
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