Quote of the day:

Saturday, October 28, 2006 at 10:39 AM

But underneath it all I'm left with something I can't get past. Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave, as I said, had no problem at all in speaking about me and my family on the floor of Congress. Yet she can't bring herself to even look at me. She has to seek help from the police to have me removed from a public debate.

It's crystal clear that Marilyn Musgrave not only can't admit she's wrong, she can't even face the consequences of her own actions. She must believe that if she runs away fast enough or surrounds herself with enough people who tell her she's great, it never happened.

Michael Schiavo, describing the actions of Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave who, during a debate with her opponent in Ft. Collins, Colorado, tried to have Schiavo removed from his front row seat next to the debate timekeeper, then, when that failed, insisted that the timekeeper be moved to another seat so she wouldn't have to see Schiavo when she looked at the timekeeper.