2 year old toddle forced to smoke pot!

Two teens, 18-year-old Melvin Blevins and 16-year old Angel Dailey have been charged with corrupting/endangering a child in Pataskala, Ohio, after police say they forced a toddler (age 2!!!) to smoke pot and videotaped the whole thing.

Authorities learned of the tape after a Columbus, Ohio, pawn shop dealer found it in a camcorder.

Police received the video of the toddler on Monday.

According to the report, the toddler inhales and then chokes on the pot in the video. After that, the video shows 'a man' who we assume to be Blevins, mimicking the toddler's coughing.

The people in this video never need to see the light of day, or gaze upon a child EVER again. Lock these losers up NOW!!!!!!!

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British PM: Bush owed 'a huge debt of gratitude' ?????????

President Bush and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown discussed a range of topics at the White House on Thursday including terrorism, fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, Iran and economic issues, Bush told reporters afterward.

Brown added, "The world owes George Bush a huge debt of gratitude" for his efforts against terrorists.

I could not stomach the rest of the artical. Bush may have kept us safe that's for sure. But the other side of the world is on pins and needles... and he has a lot to do with it.

Obama down by 20 in latest PA poll. Clinton Rising.

The latest polls out of Pennsylvania show the Senator is falling sharply in Pennsylvania, while Senator Clinton is holding her lead, and a slow climb.

American Research Group says this morning that its latest poll shows Clinton ahead 57%-37%. The survey of 600 "likely" Democratic primary voters was begun Friday and completed on Sunday. The news about Obama's "bitter" comments broke late Friday afternoon.



Pope Meets With Sex Abuse Victims

On Thursday during Pope Benedict XVI first visit to the U.S. his Holiness met with a small group of people abused by Clergy in a scandal that rocked the Catholic Church in 2001. The exchanges were frank and unscripted, according to some of the victims.

During an interview with CNN, Bernie McDaid one of the victims of the abuse said, "I told him that he has a cancer growing in his ministry and needs to do something about it,"

We think while this acknowledgment by the Pope is rather late, when it comes to something so sensitive, it's better late than never. Now some wounds can really begin to heal.