September 30, 2004

Bush Ad Twists Kerry's Words on Iraq - Bush will do anything to win, even lie

The Ads selective use of Kerry's own words makes him look inconsistent on Iraq. A closer look gives a different picture.

Kerry has never wavered from his support for giving Bush authority to use force in Iraq, nor has he changed his position that he, as President, would not have gone to war without greater international support. But a Bush ad released Sept. 27 takes many of Kerry's words out of context to make him appear to be alternately praising the war and condemning it.

Here we present this highly misleading ad, along with what Kerry actually said, in full context.

This ad is the most egregious example so far in the 2004 campaign of using edited quotes in a way that changes their meaning and misleads voters.
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John Eisenhower (Republican) son of President Eisenhower will vote to Kerry

This is a short excerpt from Eisenhower’s article:

As son of a Republican President, Dwight D. Eisenhower, it is automatically expected by many that I am a Republican. For 50 years, through the election of 2000, I was. With the current administration’s decision to invade Iraq unilaterally, however, I changed my voter registration to independent, and barring some utterly unforeseen development, I intend to vote for the Democratic Presidential candidate, Sen. John Kerry.

The fact is that today’s “Republican” Party is one with which I am totally unfamiliar. To me, the word “Republican” has always been synonymous with the word “responsibility,” which has meant limiting our governmental obligations to those we can afford in human and financial terms. Today’s whopping budget deficit of some $440 billion does not meet that criterion.

Responsibility used to be observed in foreign affairs. That has meant respect for others. America, though recognized as the leader of the community of nations, has always acted as a part of it, not as a maverick separate from that community and at times insulting towards it. Leadership involves setting a direction and building consensus, not viewing other countries as practically devoid of significance. Recent developments indicate that the current Republican Party leadership has confused confident leadership with hubris and arrogance.

Read the whole article here

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Three Dozen Leading Pediatricians Say the Bush Regime is Hurting America's Children

Yahoo: "Three dozen eminent pediatricians and social workers attacked the Bush administration on Wednesday for policies they said leave too many children without health insurance. The doctors, including some well-known authors of manuals for parents and professionals, said they were taking the unusual step because they were worried about the state of U.S. health care. "The Bush administration's policies are moving us away from effective and longstanding federal commitments that improved the health of children, commitments proudly initiated and supported by previous Republican and Democratic presidents," reads their statement, signed by 36 child experts. "If not reversed, these ill-advised tax and budget policies will erode decades of hard-won health gains for children, while still leaving unaddressed such critical problems as child abuse, mental health, and alcohol and other drug abuse." Read More

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September 29, 2004

Video of 12 Bushisms

Watch this hilarious video

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Bush’s hometown Newspaper Endorses Kerry


President Bush's hometown paper endorsed John Kerry for president, saying the Massachusetts senator will restore American dignity.  "Four items trouble us the most about the Bush administration: his initiatives to disable the Social Security system, the deteriorating state of the American economy, a dangerous shift away from the basic freedoms established by our founding fathers, and his continuous mistakes regarding Iraq," the editorial said. - The paper did endorse Bush in 2000.


What dose it say when the paper who knows Bush best thinks he has disgraced our country. Read the whole story

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September 27, 2004

Video - John Kerry on the David Letterman Show


If you were like me and missed Kerry on the Letterman Show, well your in luck you can see the video here.

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Who is telling the truth? Answer: Not Bush

President Bush continues to tell the American people that the United States will not cut and run in Iraq and that we must do what is necessary to win the peace in Iraq. But wait a minute Donald Rumsfeld, the US defense secretary, signaled last night, saying there was no need to wait for peace to begin a withdrawal. But if we pulled out before there is peace we would be cutting and running. Who is telling the truth? Does Bush have a plan to tell the people one thing and do another after the election or maybe Bush does not have control over Rumsfeld. Either one is disturbing. (Source story). Yesterday Colin Powell to the public that the situation is getting worse which is in direct conflict to what President Bush is telling the public. Powell also admitted that anti-American sediment in the Muslim world is increasing, which is in direct contrast to Bush’s statements (source story). Bush basically called Kerry crazy when he said the war in Iraq had increased anti-American felling and made the United States less secure.

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September 26, 2004

Video - The Whole Truth About The Iraq War

This video has a impressive roster of experts is assembled to provide a generally withering commentary on the quality of evidence and possible motivations of the Neo-conservatives who provided the momentum and muscle behind America's venture into preemptive war. Among them are veteran CIA analysts and operatives, military officers, diplomats, politicians, arms inspectors, and U.S. and British government officials. The fig leaf of the possibility of an honest mistake on the matter of WMDs is stripped away; what is left is the stark and disturbing anatomy of deliberate deceit. Watch the video

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Ashcroft Tells Libraries to Destroy Citizen-Friendly Publications

The topics addressed in the named documents include information on how citizens can retrieve items that may have been confiscated by the government during an investigation. The documents to be removed and destroyed include: Civil and Criminal Forfeiture Procedure; Select Criminal Forfeiture Forms; Select Federal Asset Forfeiture Statutes; Asset forfeiture and money laundering resource directory; and Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act of 2000 (CAFRA). Read more

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Bush Plans Add to U.S. Red Ink -- CBO Study

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Bush's budget plans, including making tax cuts permanent, would contribute to a rise of more than $1 trillion in the federal deficit over the next decade, according to a congressional report. Read the whole story

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How Bush's grandfather helped Hitler's rise to power

George Bush's grandfather, the late US senator Prescott Bush, was a director and shareholder of companies that profited from their involvement with the financial backers of Nazi Germany.

His business dealings, which continued until his company's assets were seized in 1942 under the Trading with the Enemy Act, has led more than 60 years later to a civil action for damages being brought in Germany against the Bush family by two former slave labourers at Auschwitz and to a hum of pre-election controversy. Read the whole story

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September 25, 2004

The New Jimmy the cabdriver video

"We're going to Iraq!"

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Presidential Tracking Poll: Bush-Kerry


Friday September 24, 2004--It's been more than a month since John Kerry held a lead in the Rasmussen Reports Presidential Tracking Poll, but the challenger has moved within a point of the President. See the results

Kerry is leading in this poll

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U.S. Leading Economic Indicators Fall for Third Straight Month

If you listen to Bush’s campaign and convention speeches our economy is on a roll and things couldn’t be better. Hey George not so fast, the facts just don’t add up.

The 0.3 percent decline in the Conference Board's gauge of how the world's largest economy will perform over the next three to six months follows a 0.3 percent drop in July and a 0.1 percent decline in June. The index hasn't fallen in three consecutive months since the first quarter of 2003. Read more

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September 24, 2004

Bush losing credibility by Mark Mellman

Some months ago, I noted that David Kay’s charge that the Bush administration had gotten the facts on WMD completely wrong had dealt a body blow to the president’s credibility. It turns out that was just the tip of the iceberg.

Americans believe the president misled us on the issue of weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) in Iraq. Fifty-nine percent of Americans believe the Bush administration exaggerated intelligence to build support for the war against Iraq.

But this is far from the only instance in which the president has misled us:

Read the entire story.

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Download Candidate Comparison Fliers

Compare President George W. Bush and Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) on important working family issues with these downloadable fliers.

During his 19 years in the U.S. Senate, Kerry has earned a 91 percent lifetime AFL-CIO voting record on working family issues. President Bush, in contrast, has gutted workers’ overtime pay protections, offered corporations incentives to ship good jobs overseas, failed to expand health insurance coverage and, at every step of the way, has placed corporate special interests ahead of the needs of working families.

But don’t take our word for it—get the facts, check the records and be sure to vote Nov. 2.

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George Bush supports drug producers

Just one more tidbit of information proving what a success our President’s great leadership on our wars abroad have been.

WASHINGTON (AFP) - Poppy cultivation in Afghanistan, the world's leading supplier of illicit opium, morphine and heroin, is expected to jump by 40 percent this year, a State Department official said.

Read the whole story

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September 23, 2004

Audio - OH my god you have to listen to this

OH my god you have to listen to this This is what Bush really means to say.

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They should call Bush “Flipper”

View a partial list of the flip flops of George Bush
More Bush flips and flops

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Despite Bush Flip-Flops, Kerry Gets Label

A recent Washington Post article points out a long history of policy reversals and rhetorical about-faces of our current president. How in the world does the main stream media, especially the television media, let Bush get by with his misleading and sometimes outright lies about John Kerry? Our media has failed the American People by not providing us with the truth. Read the article

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Spank Bush - It's time to get even

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Christians for Kerry/Edwards

Most people have the perception that religious people are voting for Bush. This is a misperception of the main stream. The right wing does not have a lock on the religious vote. Visit Christians for Kerry/Edwards and find out more.

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September 22, 2004

Letterman Gets Big Ratings Boost from Kerry


LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - It's too soon to tell whether the laughs he got from his top-10 list on Monday night will translate into votes, but John Kerry's appearance on CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman" made for great ratings.

The Democratic presidential challenger's guest spot gave the show its biggest autumn season opener since Letterman's first year on CBS in 1993, registering a 5.4 "metered-market" rating, or 5.4 percent of all households with TV sets in more than 50 major cities, Nielsen Media reported on Tuesday. Read the whole story

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The Banner says it all

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September 21, 2004

Video - Gorge Bush the Great Debater

Watch this short clip of George Bush’s debating skills. Listen to the audience laughing in the background. Is this guy clueless or what?

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Come November - Al Qaeda will vote for George W. Bush

Cheney says that a vote for Kerry is a vote for the terrorist, well I think he has that backwards. This is a great article written by an Arab.

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Video - And the Bush Campaign calls Kerry a flip-flopper

You have to see this one!

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September 20, 2004

John Kerry on Iraq

The Bush Administration has done a good job in to making people think John Kerry does not have a consistent position on the war in Iraq well he does. Click on the banner to see how Kerry has had a consistent policy all along.

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Video - Bush's family fortunes

This link is to a New Documentary done by Greg Palast of the BBC. This documentary deals with the Bush's family fortunes and has been totally blacked out in the U.S. Armed with confidential documents and never before seen interviews with witnesses, Palast uncovers a pattern of privilege, power and corruption that is nothing short of disturbing. This is a pretty long video, if doesn’t make you think than nothing will. See the video

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Video - Dirty Tricks of the worst kind

Just watch this

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Video - Rumsfeld, tragically confused

"If Saddam Hussein's alive, he's having a whale of a time trying not to get caught! We haven't even seen him on video since 2001!" -Rumsfeld, tragically confused

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GOP Mailing Warns Liberals Will Ban Bibles

Can you believe this, the GOP is telling people if the Democrats win that Bibles will be banned. Just how stupid do they think the American public is? Just how low can these guys go? Read the story

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September 19, 2004

Audio - Kerry on the Cost of Bush-Cheney Agenda

John Kerry has released a new radio spot that focuses on reports that the president’s plans for America will cost taxpayers at least $3 trillion. As Kerry explains, this whopping price tag is another example of the difference between what the president says and what the president is actually doing. Listen to John Kerry

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Video - If Bush was running against Jesus

See the Bush TV commercial if he was running against Jesus

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92% Closely Following News from Iraq

These figures can not do anything but hurt Bush in the upcoming elections. As Americans see the results from the lack of planning and the constant missteps by the Bush Administration, they can only come to one conclusion, which is we need a new commander and chief.
Perceptions about the situation in Iraq are among the strongest indicators of Presidential preference.
Those who believe Iraq will be judged a success favor Bush by an 89% to 7% margin
Those who believe Iraq will be judged a failure prefer Kerry by an 83% to 9% margin. Among this group, 5% say they will vote for some other candidate
Read more

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September 18, 2004

For all the Pink Floyd fans (flash movie)

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Marines say they are short on “GRUNTS”

In an editorial in the Marine Times, they are saying that the Marines need more GRUNTS. The editorial writer says more troops must be added before the existing troops are demoralized by frequent and long deployments leave the Marine Corps. Let’s hope that it is not too late. Read the editorial

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September 17, 2004

POLL - Bush has nosedived 13 points in a mere 4 days

The Time/News Week poll, conducted on September 9th, which showed Bush with a 12 point lead, has completely disappeared and Kerry has pulled ahead by 1 point in the latest Harris poll conducted on September 13th. Bush has nosedived 13 points in a mere 4 days. I would like to remind everyone that the Harris poll was the closest poll to the actual outcome of the 2000 presidential race.

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Bush's agenda could top $3 trillion

Bush is running around the country saying John Kerry has proposed 2 trillion dollars worth of new spending. I am not sure where the Bush Campaign came up with these figures; I guess they just pulled them out of their butt. Bush routinely asks how is he going to pay for his proposals. Bush says that Kerry is going to raise your taxes. Well get this if you analyze the items which were proposed at the Republican Convention; Bush’s proposals would cost 3 trillion, that is 1 trillion more than Kerry. How is Bush going to pay for his programs? Well the answer to that question my friends is he is not; our children will be paying for the presidency long after he is gone. Read the story

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Video - How can you solve a problem when you won’t admit anything is wrong?

See this video

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September 16, 2004

Far graver than Vietnam

Most senior US military officers now believe the war on Iraq has turned into a disaster on an unprecedented scale
Jeffrey Record, professor of strategy at the Air War College, said: "I see no ray of light on the horizon at all. The worst case has become true. There's no analogy whatsoever between the situation in Iraq and the advantages we had after the second world war in Germany and Japan." Read the whole story.

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The Bush Administration's Record on Body Armor, Health Care, and Combat Pay

"If you're going to make an accusation in the course of a presidential campaign, you've got to back it up with facts."
-President George W. Bush, New York Times, 3/17/04
This is the only thing I agree with Bush on. The President runs around the country saying he is strong on defenses; while the facts show that he has undermined our troops. Read the story

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A very thought provoking video

DNC Video: Fortunate Son

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Interesting articles for your reading pleasure

New state GOP group supports Kerry
The Ad That Beats Bush

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September 15, 2004

National Poll numbers

The IBD/CSM/TIPP poll conducted on 9-12-04 shows Bush and Kerry tied at 47%
The Zogby Poll on 9-9-04 shows a two point difference Bush 47 % Kerry 45%
When you read the newspaper or listen to the news, you would think that Bush has this election wrapped up.

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9/11 Widows Group to Endorse Kerry

According to the Associated press - - A group of activist Sept. 11 widows said Tuesday they will campaign for Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, charging the Bush administration stonewalled their efforts to uncover intelligence failures leading up to the attacks and took the nation into a misguided war in Iraq. Way to go ladies! Read the story

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Group offers $50,000 for proof of Bush service

Hey this sounds like a great idea. Bush could get a cool $50,000.00 for his campaign or some cold hard cash for a new stock pile of assault weapons (he let the ban expire on Monday), just by just releasing his guard records proving he was not AWOL while he was in the Air Guard. I don’t have $50,000.00 to bet, but I will bet you dinner he can’t prove he wasn’t AWOL. Read the story

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Kerry Hires Ala. Woman Fired for Sticker

DETROIT - Democrat John Kerry has a new campaign worker helping him drum up support in Alabama after hiring a woman who was fired for displaying the presidential candidate's bumper sticker on her car. Read the story. Maybe Bush will hire the 2.5 million Americans who lost their manufacturing jobs because of his policies.

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September 14, 2004

A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths

According to the Associated press - As of Tuesday, Sept. 14, 1,018 members of the U.S. military have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq in March 2003, according to the Defense Department. I can’t help thinking about those words which came out of our President’s mouth well over one year ago “Mission Accomplished” .

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September 13, 2004

George pledges Allegiance to his belly

Evidently George Bush does not know where his heart is. In the photo, George pledges Allegiance to his belly. Maybe the little girl on the left can show Bush where his heart is. Oh I forgot - Bush doesn't have a heart. 
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Al Qaida 'Duped Allies into Waging War'

One of al Qaida’s aims in its September 11 attacks on the US three years ago was to draw the west into military conflict on Arab soil, Prime Minister Tony Blair’s former envoy to Iraq acknowledged today. Read the article. Now my opinion - This is just what critics here in the U.S. have been saying for the past two years. We have given even the most moderate Arab’s a reason to hate the United States. The U.S. I snow seen by the rest of the world as the greatest threat to world peace. As we are bogged down in Iraq it makes fighting the global war on terror more difficult. With all our resources tied up in Iraq it will make it impossible to respond to a crisis in another part of the world.

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September 12, 2004

Explosion in North Korea sent a huge mushroom cloud into the air

The AP is reporting - A large explosion occurred in the northern part of North Korea sending a huge mushroom cloud into the air on an important anniversary of the communist regime, a South Korean news agency reported Sunday. Either the North Koreans really screwed up or they were testing a nuclear bomb. While we are looking for WMD’S in Iraq; North Korea and Iran (remember the axis of evil) are developing nuclear weapons. I guess Bush is right the world is a safer place. Read the story from the AP

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The assault weapons ban is set to expire on Monday

As the assault weapons ban is set to expire on Monday and the funding for 100,000 police officers is about to run out; our president is just sitting by and doing nothing. Why is Bush and the Republicans Congress doing nothing when two thirds of the American public wants the ban on assault weapons extended? Is the NRA vote more important than the safety of Americans? Well I guess it is.

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September 11, 2004


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The Question is why?

Current Number of Americans Killed or Wounded In Iraq.
Number of Dead is 1,005. Number of Wounded is 6,497
The Question is why? The 9-11 commission (which was chaired by a respected Republican) found no operational ties between Saddam and Al Qaeda.

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September 10, 2004

Cheney – A Vote for Kerry is a vote for the terrorist

Dick Cheney basically said if you vote for John Kerry you vote for the terrorist. I am getting sick of the garbage, lies and fear mongering that comes out of this Administration. How dare they paint anyone who disagrees with them as UN-American or supporting terrorism? They are the ones who are acting UN-American. See the story

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Bracing for attack, US launches National Preparedness Month

WASHINGTON (AFP) - US Homeland Security chief Tom Ridge officially launched "National Preparedness Month" to encourage Americans to prepare for a possible terrorist strike. This is a great trick to keep terrorism in the news and play the fear card. If the Administration was really concerned about preparedness they would have done this year or two ago. I guess well will see Tom Ridge show us the proper use of plastic sheeting and duct tape. Read the story

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Cheney must be calling the 9-11 commission liars

Cheney Again Links Saddam to Al Qaeda, despite the fact that the 9-11 commission (which was chaired by a respected Republican) found no operational ties between Saddam and Al Qaeda. I guess Cheney must have some information he is not sharing with the rest of the world. These guys keep lying and no one holds them accountable. Read the story

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More reasons why Bush is a coward

1) The Bush team is signaling that Bush will refuse to Debate Kerry in the town hall format. I guess he is afraid he might get some tough questions from real Americans. Read the story
2) The official Bush Blog does not allow real people to post comments to their Blog. I guess you can’t make a Blogger sign a “Loyalty Oath”. Real Americans can post on the Kerry Blog.

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September 09, 2004

Family 'thanks' Bush for death of son

Anger and frustration over the death of a young soldier inside Iraq has prompted one family to send a personal message to President Bush. Ken and Betty Landrus have put up a large sign outside their home near Thompson, Ohio that is sharply critical of the Bush administration. Their son, Staff Sgt. Sean Landrus was killed near Fallujah in January. (Source Read the whole story
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Who will keep you safe? Not Republicans!

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Police officials from across the country on Wednesday warned that dangerous assault weapons will flood U.S. streets if the ban on those guns expires next week but Republican congressional leaders expressed no concerns about letting the restriction lapse. Asked why Congress wanted to legalize the military-style weapons again when public opinion polls found broad public support for keeping them illegal, House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, a Texas Republican said, "We don't do things by polls." Read the whole story here. The bottom line the NRA wins – You loose.

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Let’s have a little humor

Let’s have a little humor. The website has two great videos which I found really amusing. See the videos.

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This is a good one - Republicans Seek to Tout Positive Side of Iraq War

Reuters is reporting that “Republicans Seek to Tout Positive Side of Iraq War”. This is going to be a tough one. They can not say with a straight face that we are safer, so what are they going to report?
• That we have lost over 1,000 of America’s finest sons and daughters
• That the cost of the war to date is 132 Billion dollars, when we were told it would be 1.5 billion
• That Dick Cheney’s buddies are getting rich off this war
• That we have not found “Weapons of Mass Destruction”
• That 25% of Iraq is controlled by insurgents
• That we can not protect the oil pipe lines
• That we did not find any evidence of a nuclear program
• That we can not afford to fund domestic programs due to the enormous cost of the war
• That our military is stretched to the breaking point
• That we are seen by the rest of the world as the greatest threat to world peace
• That the insurgency is kidnapping innocent aid workers almost on a daily basis
• That thousands and thousands of innocent Iraqis have been killed because of this war
• That most of the “Coalition of the Willing” have pulled out their troops
• That several members of the interim government have been assassinated
• That most Iraqis want us out of their country
• And the list goes on

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September 08, 2004

1,002 of America’s sons and daughters have been killed in Bush’s war of choice

The last two days has been some of the bloodiest for our brave men and women in uniform. I am sad to report at the time I am writing this post 1,002 of America’s sons and daughters have been killed in Bush’s war of choice in Iraq. Despite the high cost of this war in the blood of our Troops we are no closer to winning the peace since the President declared an end to major combat operations in Iraq on May 1, 2003.

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Watch Zell Miller blow a gasket on Hardball

Zell Miller blew a gasket on the MSMBC TV show after the speech he gave during the Republican convention. I think this guy has lost it; he challenged the host (Chris Matthews) to a duel. Is this guy crazy or what? See the video. I guess Zell must also be suffering from bipolar disease because before he lambasted Kerry last week he was calling Kerry “one of this nation's authentic heroes, one of this party's best-known and greatest leaders – and a good friend”. See the transcript of Zell’s remarks.

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September 07, 2004

Can Bush really be this stupid?

W is at it again. You thought the phrase “Catastrophic Success” to describe the war in Iraq was a good one; you have to hear what Bush said today. Talking about "frivolous lawsuits", Bush said it “Too many OB-GYN’S aren't able to practice their love with women all across this country." If OB-GYN’S are “practicing their love with women all across this country” they need to be sued. Read the story from Reuters or see the video

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Nader Won't Be on Virginia Ballot

Despite the best efforts of the Republican Party Nader Won't Be on Virginia Ballot. That is good news with the most recent poll showing Bush with a 4 point lead (with in the margin of error), Maybe Kerry has a shot in Virginia. More

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If the election was held today John Kerry would win the Presidency

If you listen to the network and cable news you would think Bush has the election wrapped up. Not so fast the Wall Street Journal reports if the election was held today John Kerry would win the Presidency. So much for the media having a liberal bias. Read the Wall Street article.

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September 06, 2004

Happy Labor Day from President Bush

President Bush is wishing all us working stiffs a Happy Labor Day. Just a few weeks ago he gave 3 million working stiffs an early Labor Day Present, Bush’s Labor Department took away overtime pay for millions of Americans and during his acceptance speech he was promising the rest of us a present for next year by scraping our outdated labor laws. Don’t forget to tell George how much you appreciate him by voting for John Kerry.

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September 05, 2004

The evil Emperor

I knew that Zell Miller looked an evil person I had seen in the past and now I know who it is.  

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Is the media liberal?

You hear people complaining that the media is liberal, well I beg to differ. If the media was liberal why would focus on a recent News Week poll which shows Bush with an 11 point lead and ignore a Zogby poll which shows Bush having only a one point lead over Kerry (website – see Zobgy poll in middle of the page). Another reason I think the media is bias to Bush is because they ran the story about the Swift Boat liars in to the ground while they have ignored the story about Lt. Governor Barnes helping Bush get into the Texas Air Guard. The media does have a bias but it is not to the left.

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September 04, 2004

Why would a father put his politics over his family?

After Dick Cheney’s speech his family joined him on stage, missing from his family was Cheney’s openly gay daughter. Why wouldn’t the RNC allow Cheney’s daughter on the stage. Why would a father put his politic over his family? I think this says allot about the Republican party, but I think it says allot more about Dick Cheney. Compassionate Conservative my ass.

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September 03, 2004

Chaney wanted to cut defense spending by 30% while he was Secretary of Defense

While our current vice –president was the Secretary of Defense during the 1st Bush Administration he proposed cutting military spending by 30% (50 billion dollars). See the transcript of the state of the union address which outlines Chaney’s cuts. How can press let this administration lie about Kerry’s voting record on defense while the vice president wanted to slash the Nation’s defense budget? Can you say hypocrite!

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September 02, 2004

Daily Show "W - Because He Says So" video clip

You have to watch this video from the daily show. Maybe Kerry sould use this.

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September 01, 2004

Giuliani lies about Kerry during speech

Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani lied about John Kerry during his prime time speech during the RNC convention last night. Why can’t the Republicans run a campaign on the truth – BECAUSE THEY WOULD LOOSE! Read about Giuliani’s lies.

Posted by Crazy Eddie at 10:06 PM | Comments (0)

With all that Bull S@%T being spread all over the news channels

With all that Bull S@%T being spread all over the news channels, I thought you might find these clips, about politics from the Daily Show, entertaining.
Cops, Cops and More Cops
Lewis Black Above New York
Kerry's Swift Critics
Peaceful Protester Discounts!
The Republican Guard
Moving Private Ryan

Posted by Crazy Eddie at 12:12 AM | Comments (1)