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...... "Too many good docs are getting out of the business.

......Too many OB/GYN's aren't able to practice their...their love with women all across the country."�GEORGE BUSH

Sept. 6, 2004, Poplar Bluff, Mo.


Mr. "BRING IT ON" Man, got his ass kicked by his own bicycle!

Scientific experiment to PROVE the economy is "ON FIRE" and there are lots of
high paying jobs being created. Heck, you can't even turn around without being offered a six figure CEO position, right? LOLOLOL...MORE of "THE BIG LIE"!
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Saturday, June 05, 2004


Politics and Religion

Long ago someone said, "Don't discuss politics and religion with strangers."

Well, in spite of the caveat...here goes.

I believe there is a supreme being or entity or force, or whatever.
I certainly am not assuming enogh to say "There is no God", because, one would have to be all knowing, omniscient, to say with a certainty, there is no God, and omniscience is the purview of God. Kind of a catch 22.

That being said, I think theocracy is a dangerous thing.

Why? Well, history is replete with cautionary tales against theocratic institutions. Theocracies from the Aztecs and Egyptians to the present, have been involved in some of the most horrible acts of violence and torture against people that have ever happened. All one must do is bring up the Spanish Inquisitions and the Crusades, and you start understanding that armies, rolling forward under the reaffirmation that God is on their side and the other side are godless heathens, have served as a contuing underscore to the warning that a theocratic government is a prescription for violation of human rights.

Some might say, well, Nazi Germany was not a theocracy and lots of horror arose out of that regime. I would disagree. Germany was predominately Catholic. We know that highly placed persons inside the Vatican, worked to establish a sort of underground railroad to move Nazi criminals out of Germany, and into other countries like Argentina post WWII.

Also, the main target of the Nazis were those who were adherents of the Jewish religion.

Once a politician convinces the body politic that he or she (usually a "he" though) has a divine mandate to wage war against the infidels, the most vile of human rights violations becomes sanctioned, because then, not only is the other side the enemy, but they become agents of Satan himself, and thus, enemies of every right believer.

The fact is, governments has NO BUSINESS attempting to establish a moral standard by which all are judged.

I have heard, over and over, the notion that our country is a Christian country, that our forefathers were Christans.

The fact is that the forefathers KNEW it was a bad idea to have a theocratic government. That's why they included language in their framing of our constitutional documents that ensured that Congress would make no law concerning the establishment of religion, nor preventing the free exercise thereof. Many of the founding fathers were "Deists", some were agnostics, and of course, some professed Christianity, but that does NOT mean they intended for this to be a Chrisian nation.

An interesting webpage about this issue is:
"Thomas Paine was a pamphleteer whose manifestos encouraged the faltering spirits of the country and aided materially in winning the war of Independence:
I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish church, by the Roman church, by the Greek church, by the Turkish church, by the Protestant church, nor by any church that I know of...Each of those churches accuse the other of unbelief; and for my own part, I disbelieve them all."
The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine, pp. 8,9 (Republished 1984, Prometheus Books, Buffalo, NY) "

The page goes on to quote from a few more founding fathers to demonstrate that they were not these pious Christians that the religious right would have us believe.

Another page on this topic is http://www.ffrf.org/fttoday/march96/morris.html


Others Agree with Me

"Surprise! Bush, the fake moderate, lies again about the economy

By Jackson Thoreau

Those glowing economic reports are election propaganda

For months, we've been hearing from Bush that the economy is turning around, that Bush's tax cuts for the wealthy are creating jobs, that the recession was all the fault of Clinton and then Sept. 11, 2001.
It's campaign 2004 time, time for Bush to act like a moderate.
It's time for Bush to feed us some more horse manure.

It's time for me to upchuck.

On Dec. 5, Bush's Labor Department reported that U.S. non-farm payroll jobs increased by 57,000 in November, falling short of expectations after an 8.2 percent annual growth rate in the third quarter of this year. The job gains under Bush are mostly in lower-paying service jobs - manufacturing jobs fell for the 40th straight month in November.

Let's see, since Bush stole the White House, the U.S. economy has lost close to 3 million jobs. The only increases have come in recent months, suspiciously as Bush cranks up his campaign [Kenneth Lay could be helping to cook the job figures]. At this pace, the U.S. will reach zero job losses by 2008. Add to that the highest budget deficits in U.S. history, the most layoffs in at least 20 years, and a market in which almost 3 million more Americans lost their health insurance just last year. That's quite an economic record to hang your hat on, huh?

So what did Bush say at a fund-raiser in Baltimore, a short drive from my new crib [and I mean crib literally - I have two fun kids tugging on me as I try to write this, age 1 and 3]?

"The American economy is strong, and it is getting stronger," Bush lied at the $1 million fund-raiser for his 2004 re-election campaign. "More jobs are being created."

Whose economy is getting stronger? Maybe the economy of the wealthy elite who funds Bush campaign stops is getting stronger. But mine is sure not. And no one I know feels more economically secure than he or she did under Clinton.

Ask U.S. Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.), chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, what he thinks about Friday's job report, and you'll get closer to the real story. "The job report also indicates that while the African-American unemployment rate fell to 10.2 percent, the Hispanic unemployment rate rose to 7.4 percent. Both of these numbers are again significantly higher than the national average," Cummings said. "While it is welcome news that some Americans are finding work, these new numbers are disappointing when one considers the record growth in the gross domestic product recently announced by the U.S. Department of Commerce.
"In addition, when we consider that over 2 million Americans have been unemployed for more than six months, that about 3 million Americans have lost their jobs since January 2001, and close to 9 million Americans will wake up tomorrow morning without a job, now is not the time to celebrate or pat ourselves on the back."
I agree with the author of the above.
Look, let's just cut through all the bullshit.
When Mr. Clinton was in office, we had a GIANT SURPLUS.
Bush gets the reins, and we have a MASSIVE DEFICIT.

That's not a coincidence. Bush and his cronies want you to THINK the economic problems started on Mr. Clinton's watch, but that's BULLSHIT!.

It's this simple. Let's say that you have a bank account. Mr. C has control of the bank account, and it gets to have a giant balance, more money in the account than years. Then, Mr. B gets HIS hands on the bank account. Almost immediately it goes into the red, and the account continues to go in the red more and more while Mr. B has the account.

Would you call that COINCIDENCE? No, and if Mr. B said it was a coincidence, you would call that bullshit, and you'd be right.

Want some additional opinions?
"Budget 2003

'Deficit Dubya' Posts Record $374 Billion Budget Gap
Budget 2003

"The U.S. government posted its largest budget gap in history in the just-ended 2003 fiscal year, $374.22 billion in red ink, the Treasury Department said on Monday. That broke the previous record of more than $290 billion in the 1992 budget year. As a percentage of the economy, the deficit totaled 3.5 percent, the largest since 1993. In its final monthly budget statement for fiscal 2003, the Treasury also said the government posted a $26.38 billion surplus in September. Administration officials warned the deficit, which they blame on sluggish government revenues and rising expenses related to the war on terrorism, may be even larger in the current 2004 budget year, which began Oct. 1."

US Gross External Debt More Than $6 Trillion
Budget 2003
Reuters: "U.S. debt owed to foreign governments, central banks, private banks and other investors topped $6 trillion in the quarter ended June 30, the Treasury Department said on Wednesday. Of that, about $1.270 trillion in principal and another $53.73 billion in interest is due within the next 3 months, according to a new report on the U.S. external debt position issued by Treasury. 'The overall magnitude of U.S. indebtedness to foreigners and some of the major components are already well known. This presentation provides more detail,' Treasury said in announcing it was publishing quarterly data on external debt, broken down by type of creditor, how the debt is denominated and the expected payment schedule."

The Republican Spending Orgy: Red Ink in DC, Red Blood in Iraq
Budget 2003
Jeff Jacoby writes, "As any Republican will be glad to tell you, the GOP is the party of fiscal discipline. Unlike the wastrels of the Democratic Party, Republicans know that all government money is really taxpayers' money, and they take great pains to spend that money frugally. Sure they do. That's why Republican George W. Bush, backed by a Republican Congress, is on track to become the biggest-spending president since LBJ. In the first three years of the Bush administration, government spending has climbed - in real, inflation-adjusted terms - by a staggering 15.6 percent. That far outstrips the budget growth in Clinton's first three years, [as well as the first President Bush, Ronald Reagan, and Jimmy Carter.] No, that's not a mistake: Bush is a bigger spender than Carter was." Hey, Karl Rove -- when you lose a right winger like Jeff Jacoby, your goose is cooked. Get outta Dodge now, and skip the impeachment tar and feathers!

The Deficit Floats Up and Away
Budget 2003
A New York Times editorial: "Having done its utmost to choke back the revenue flow into the Treasury, the Bush administration offered a running tab on this year's exploding budget deficit yesterday. To hear the casual patter of White House aides about the deficit, one would think it was pocket change. In fact, the shortfall has ballooned 50 percent in just five months, to $455 billion and counting. This historic high shows no sign of cresting, certainly not while the president's detaxation mania rolls forward. The White House firmly insists that the growing wad of government costs and debt being rolled across the years toward tomorrow's taxpayers is eminently 'manageable.' Actually, what was manageable was the $127 billion surplus the fledgling administration enjoyed just two years ago."

CBO Projects $400 Billion Deficit, Thanks to Bush Tax Cuts and Defense Spending
Budget 2003
WashPost reports: "The tax cut signed into law last month, coupled with surging defense spending, will send the federal budget deficit above $400 billion for the fiscal year ending Sept. 30, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office said yesterday. The forecast, well into record territory, was in line with private-sector estimates, as well as comments made Friday by outgoing White House budget director Mitchell E. Daniels Jr. But the CBO's numbers are important, because they will serve as the official projections as Congress begins work on an expensive Medicare overhaul and the 13 spending bills for fiscal 2004."

Republican 'Fiscal Responsibility': Senate Sends Bush Bill Letting Federal Borrowing Grow by Nearly $1 Trillion
Budget 2003
AP reports: "The Republican-led Congress passed legislation Friday allowing government debt to grow by a record $984 billion, brushing past Democrats' attempts to spotlight the federal IOUs that have resumed piling up under Resident Bush."

Deficit Forecast Up Again Amid Tax Cut Debate
Budget 2003
Reuters reports: "The U.S. government will run a record deficit of more than $300 billion this year as increased military spending and weak tax revenues continue to eat into the federal budget, congressional budget analysts said. In its monthly budget report, released late on Friday, the Congressional Budget Office boosted its 2003 deficit forecast from the $246 billion it last predicted in March. But the increase will come as little surprise to budget analysts. The Bush administration forecast in February the deficit would reach $304 billion this year -- topping in dollar terms the previous record of $290 billion set in 1992 [i.e. during Bush I]. Some private sector forecasters expect a deficit of over $400 billion... Tax revenues were $62 billion lower than the same period last year while government spending was $76 billion higher -- mainly due to growth in defense spending, the agency said."

Bush Runs $253 Billion Deficit in First 6 Months
Budget 2003
"The government ran up a deficit of $252.6 billion in the first six months of the 2003 budget year, nearly twice the total for the same period a year earlier. The latest figures, released Friday by the Treasury Department, highlighted the government's deteriorating fiscal situation. Record deficits are forecast this year and next. The total deficit so far this fiscal year, from October through March, compares with a shortfall of $131.9 billion a year earlier. Revenues were down by 6.1 percent to $825.2 billion for the six months in comparison to the same period a year earlier. That partly reflected lower tax revenue from the listless economy. Individual income tax payments totaled $372.1 billion, representing an 6.8 percent decline from the previous year. Corporate tax payments plunged by 43 percent to $44.6 billion."

Bush Cuts Will Starve Many Programs
Budget 2003
Washingtonpost.com reports: "Senate Republican leaders have agreed to cut $10 billion from this year's batch of domestic spending bills and wind up work on the budget before his State of the Union address in January. Speedy completion of the 11 long-stalled bills would enable the president to credit the GOP takeover of Congress with breaking a budget logjam that Bush has blamed mainly on Senate Democrats. If Congress goes along with his spending levels, he can also claim a victory in his campaign to restrain the growth of domestic programs.... spending cuts [are] virtually certain to ignite fierce fighting in Congress, not only between Democrats and Republicans but also within GOP circles, as lawmakers try to spare their favorite programs from the ax.... strong bipartisan support remains for programs ranging from Amtrak to rural education -- all of which could be subject to federal aid reductions under Bush's plan." Remember that tax cut for the wealthiest 1%?"


LOL...More "Strong jobs growth" propaganda!

"Strong jobs growth could trim profits

With nearly 1 million jobs added in last 3 months and wages rising, profit growth may cool.
June 4, 2004: 12:39 PM EDT
By Chris Isidore, CNN/Money senior writer

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - Employers are adding jobs at the fastest pace in four years, a government report showed Friday, which is great for workers but could worry investors if it slows recent white-hot gains in corporate earnings.

Friday's Labor Department report showed an increase of 248,000 jobs outside the farm sector in May, compared with a revised gain of 346,000 for April. Economists surveyed by Briefing.com forecast the May report would show a 225,000-job gain.

The unemployment rate held steady at 5.6 percent, in line with economists' forecasts. "

What makes me laugh is that, when you lie about one thing, since the world and other realities don't follow the virtual reality of lies you create don't follow your lead, you then have to try to explain the other things that are happening that don't make sense if what you are saying was really the case.

They say jobs are plentiful, and the economy is strong, but then, they have to explain these anomalies. For example, the article speculates about companies having less profits because they are paying out more to workers (the claim is that there was an average hourly rate pay INCREASE).

But, buried within the article, we find the characteristic "course adjustment" to the article...the anomalous finding....
"They (wages) are still not at levels we would expect at this point in an economic expansion," said Anthony Chan, chief economist with Banc One Investment Advisors."

But, even more telling is this statement.
"Analysts said the report just made them more certain that the Fed will raise the fed funds rate a quarter point at the June 30 meeting, not a half-point. The rate, an overnight bank lending rate, is at 1 percent, the lowest in more than 40 years."

You see, the Fed uses this lending rate to try to stimulate business to borrow money and expand, build, hire more people, etc. They are so desperate to get the economy going (despite The Big Lie of a strong economy) tha they have cut the rate to the lowest since 1964, and apparently, may cut it even more...at least a quarter percent.

Now, if the economy was at a roiling boil, would they have to continue cutting the lending rate? I don't THINK SO!

Lying bastards!


The Real Slim Cheney interviewed by Prosecutors

Look, someone leaked info that exposed a female agent to possibly being killed. The talk is it possibly came from someone in the White House.
The woman was the wife of an ambassador who was critical of the President.

Here's a bit of the above referenced article :

"(CNN) -- Vice President Dick Cheney has been interviewed by federal prosecutors investigating a leak that disclosed the identity of an undercover CIA operative, a Bush administration official told CNN.

The operative's husband had accused the Bush administration of making unfounded claims about Saddam Hussein's weapons programs in the run-up to war in Iraq.

The official, who spoke about the issue only on condition of anonymity, would not discuss details of the interview.

Word of Cheney's session with prosecutors was first reported in Saturday's edition of The New York Times.

The administration official who spoke to CNN did not dispute the article, but refused to comment in any detail except to say Cheney's session with prosecutors took place "in recent days."

Traveling with President Bush in Rome, White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan referred questions to the vice president's office.

The newspaper said Cheney was questioned about whether he knew of any White House-sanctioned effort, or any effort by White House staffers, to reveal the name of the CIA operative to conservative columnist Robert Novak or any other members of the news media.

The Times reported Cheney was not thought to be the focus of the investigation, but was questioned about conversations within the administration.

The CIA operative is the wife of former Ambassador Joseph Wilson, who had been asked by the U.S. government to explore claims that former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein's government was attempting to purchase uranium in Africa.

After Bush made such a claim in his 2003 State of the Union address, Wilson disclosed that he had been asked to investigate the issue and had told the administration he could find no evidence of such an effort.

Wilson, a public supporter of Bush's Democratic opponent, has since accused the administration of misleading the American people and the international community in its effort to build support for the Iraq war.

After Wilson wrote a highly critical essay in The Washington Post, senior members of the White House communications and political operations discussed how the administration should respond, administration sources tell CNN.

But these sources have characterized the conversations as routine -- comparable to daily discussions about how to respond to administration critics in Congress or the political arena, and they have insisted there was no White House-sanctioned plan to leak the identity of Wilson's wife as retaliation for his criticism.

The White House has denied any sanctioned effort to reveal that Wilson's wife was a CIA operative, and also has said that Cheney's chief of staff Lewis Libby and top Bush political operative Karl Rove have individually told senior White House officials they had no role in the leak. Wilson has publicly speculated that Rove or Libby had a role in the leak."


Ronald Reagan Dies.

President (ex) Ronald Reagan died today, and I send condolences out to the family and friends. I never liked Nancy Reagan. I found her to be pompous and arrogant and haughty. Mr. Reagan wasn't a hateful man, nor was he an arrogant asshole like Bush is, but, I never really warmed up to him. There was something about his his "common sense" appeal that irritated me. He was said to be "the Great Communicator", but I only remember two things he said. One was "there you go again"....which is the kind of tactic one uses in debate where you want to make the other side seem foolish, but you don't have the ability to refute their position with facts. He used that phrase well, with his head shaking and shrugs that made him seem reasonable, and the other guy seem unreasonable, but it was disingenious.

The other was the infamous "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down that wall.", which had about as much causative force on the fall of the Soviet empire as me walking outside before sunrise and saying "Mr. Sun, You Rise Today".

I remember that Mr. Reagan began his career in show business as a sports announcer in a station in Davenport Iowa, for a station WHIO, owned by B.J. Palmer. Chiropracic doctors know him as the fiery son of the man who began Chiropractic, D.D. Palmer. WHIO was a name inspired by B J Palmer's "Hole in One" theory of adjusting, where one only adjusts the upper cervical vertebrae.

All that being said, Reagan seemed to be a class act, and I think he tried to do what he thought was best for the country.

He made a positive impact in many areas of American culture, though some might argue that point. I wasn't a fan, but I thought he was a decent guy.

So, Rest in Piece Mr. Reagan. Thank you for your service to our country.


Gynecologist accused of molestation

"SEATTLE, Washington (AP) -- Dozens of women have sued a gynecologist, saying he performed unnecessary and painful surgeries, molested them and in some cases raped them in the exam room.

In 44 lawsuits, former patients say Dr. Charles Momah fondled their breasts and genitals, and frequently penetrated them with a vaginal ultrasound probe that gynecologists rarely use.

The lawsuits also allege Momah got the women hooked on heavy painkillers such as Vicodin, Percoset and morphine, and used their addiction to manipulate them, threatening to stop their prescriptions if they reported sexual abuse. He also told the women no one would believe the reports because they were drug addicts, according to the lawsuits.

Some women allege Momah even allowed his identical twin, Dr. Dennis Momah, to impersonate him and "examine" patients.

"Dr. Momah's Little Shop of Horrors" is what MiKell Bannach calls his Seattle clinic.

"God, how could I have been so stupid? He kept saying, 'You have to trust me,"' Bannach, 42, said in an interview with The Associated Press. Bannach's lawsuit alleges Momah molested her and botched her tubal ligation reversal surgery.

Charles Momah's attorney, David Allen, says his client is innocent and will fight the allegations. Both brothers are named in the lawsuits, but neither has been charged with any crime.

Charles Momah is no longer practicing. The state suspended his license in September, after a quick investigation into the rape complaints. The Health Department investigated his brother and cleared him of wrongdoing.

Two prosecutors have been investigating the case since October. Prosecution spokesman Dan Donohoe said his office is taking the case seriously, and he expects a decision on charges within a few weeks.

Momah, 47, grew up in Nigeria and trained there and in Canada. In 1993, after working in New York and Georgia, Momah moved to Washington state and opened clinics in two Seattle suburbs.

The women allege he used his size -- 6 feet, 2 inches and more than 300 pounds -- to intimidate them.

Daleena Rollins was happy to find a doctor who accepted her Medicaid coupons when she first visited Momah in 1995. But she said she could tell right away something was strange in his office.

She said the exam table was pushed into one corner of the room, so when she lay there she was boxed in by the doctor. She said Momah ripped open the paper vest she wore so she was totally naked, and performed a pelvic and breast exam on her simultaneously.

"You're raised your whole entire life from birth to trust the doctor," said Rollins, 32. "When it's a doctor, it's just different."

Rollins' recollection of Momah's exam style matches the descriptions in dozens of the women's civil lawsuits.

Rollins said she complained in writing about Momah to the state Department of Health, but never heard back. Several other women also say in court documents that they contacted the agency.

Health Department spokesman Tim Church said none of those complaints ever reached the agency until August 13, 2003. The agency investigated immediately, Church said, and suspended Momah's license on September 11. The department scheduled hearings on whether to take away Momah's license permanently, but that process is on hold until the criminal investigation ends.

Attempts to reach Momah were unsuccessful. His office phone number has been disconnected, and his home phone number rang unanswered. The house at his last known address in Bellevue appeared deserted, and no one answered the door there.

A man who answered the phone at his brother's apartment said Dennis Momah could not be reached there. He is still licensed to practice in the state."
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This situation is not abberant nor out of the ordinary in the fact that "bad doctors", meaning licensed doctors who are either grossly negligent, chronically guilty of malpractice, or, outright criminally perverted, are being allowed to continue victimizing the public. The medical boards are , by and large, POLITICAL in nature. They are "good old boys" who regularly whitewash obvious violations of the laws. But, the sam type of whitewash also happens with regard to State Bars across the country.

The full disciplinary weight of MEDICAL BOARDS is most often brought to bear on doctors who DARE to implement and employ holistic or "complementary alternative medicine"...a fancy term which is a catchall phrase to describe anything that falls outside of the techniques, practices, and nostrums that the establishment has decided is acceptable.

So, the point is, while good, competent, progressive doctors are often the targets of persecution, and prosecution, the real dangerous doctors out there, are still allowed to practice despite numerous complaints. This last statement is not meant to specifically talk about the doctor talked about in the above story. I don't know him nor all the facts in the case, but, the fact that the Department of Health did not respond to the complainants, speaks volumes about the nature of the broken state of their system.


Bulldozer rampage gunman dead

"Saturday, June 5, 2004 Posted: 7:27 AM EDT (1127 GMT)

County official said he shot himself after ramming into town buildings

The armored bulldozer destroys a house in Granby as police look on.
(CNN) -- A gunman who went on a rampage with a homemade armored bulldozer, demolishing buildings in the small town of Granby, Colorado, has died, apparently after shooting himself, according to a local county official.

Duane Dailey, chairman of the Grand County commissioners, said the coroner's report has not been issued to confirm the cause of death.

No one was killed after the man exchanged gunfire and drove the massive vehicle into town buildings Friday, believed to be intentionally targeted as a result of a zoning dispute that affected his business.

Granby is about 70 miles northwest of Denver, near Rocky Mountain National Park.

The assault ended after an hour and a half when the vehicle became stuck in one of the buildings that it plowed through.

Fearing the bulldozer was booby-trapped with explosives, local officials called in bomb squads and SWAT teams to penetrate the vehicle and detain or recover the driver. They had no contact with him.

SWAT teams were able to recover the body early Saturday after using an explosive to blow off the hinge of a door into the fortified bulldozer's cab around 2 a.m., Dailey said.

The first two explosive devices were "completely ineffective" at penetrating the armored bulldozer, Dailey said.

"The machine had a half-inch steel plate with a layer of concrete, and another steel plate," he said. "On the front of the machine, there were two rifles mounted where he could shoot straight ahead."

At the height of the rampage, the bulldozer demolished or heavily damaged a concrete batch plant, the town hall, a bank, a library and the local newspaper offices. The property of the former mayor, who held office at the time of the zoning dispute, was also damaged.

"Every indication is that these were all targeted hits," said Granby Town Manager Tom Hale. "They were all properties that people who worked there were involved in the zoning decision."

Colorado Gov. Bill Owens went to Granby and saw some of the damage from the air.

"It looked as if a tornado touched down and hopscotched across Granby," he told reporters.

Grand County Manager Lurline Curran said authorities believe they know the identity of the man carrying out the attack and that it stems from a zoning dispute dating back over a year ago.

Neil Dewet, manager of the Silver Spur Saloon and Steakhouse about a half block from town hall, said the man owned the bulldozer, and had modified it inside a building he owned near the concrete batch plant.

The man, who Dewet said was in his 50s, was angry at a zoning decision that allowed the concrete plant to expand around his building instead of buying his land.

Tim Neal, another Granby resident, told CNN he watched the bulldozer target specific buildings and homes -- homes of town board members who were involved in the zoning decision.

"Everybody knew he would go after everybody on the town board," Neal said in a phone interview.

Damage to town hall and the concrete batch plant broke gas lines to those buildings.

Police and other law enforcement officers evacuated many residents and shut down roads in the town of about 1,500 residents, Curran said.

Authorities used a reverse 911 system to warn residents in the bulldozer's
path to get out, Grand County Commissioner Dwayne Dailey told reporters."

"reverse 911 system"...When did they start this crap?

Look, people are getting angrier and angrier at the government's messing with their lives. Not everyone is showing their anger by armoring up a bulldozer and going after town hall, but the anger is there nonetheless from local to national anger.

But, according to those who would propagate "The Big Lie"...businesses are doing great, jobs are being created left and right, and the economy is booming.

B U L L S H I T !


Blast hits U.S. military convoy--- One U.S. soldier was killed and three others wounded

"Saturday, June 5, 2004 Posted: 6:47 AM EDT (1047 GMT)

BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- One U.S. soldier was killed and three others wounded when a roadside bomb flipped a U.S. military vehicle near the old Ministry of Transportation building in Baghdad early Saturday, officials said.

The blast occurred around 9:30 a.m. (0530 GMT), according to the Coalition Press Information Center and an Interior Ministry official.

On Friday, five soldiers from the Army's 1st Cavalry Division were killed and four were wounded when an explosion ripped through a Humvee in eastern Baghdad, a U.S. military spokesman said.

Investigators have not identified the kind of explosive used.

The deaths bring the number of U.S. troops killed in Iraq to 826 since the war began, including 607 in combat."


The Cost of War

Pictures of a burning humvee...our dead soldiers, and other soldiers having to drag the bodies away.

strong>When will the public say "ENOUGH IS ENOUGH" and bring our men and women home!


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