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....NOT MY PRESIDENT...NOT NOW...NOT EVER !!!!!!!!!!

DON'T BLAME ME...I VOTED FOR KERRY !!!!!!



...... "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.

TIME TO STOP THE MADNESS. END THE "STOP LOSS" ORDER. BRING OUR MEN AND WOMEN HOME. SAVE THEIR LIVES! SAY NO TO THE DRAFT !



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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Wednesday, July 07, 2004

 

Dennis Miller...my observations

THE FOLLOWING ARE MY OPINIONS AND OBSERVATIONS...MEANING..THIS IS HOW IT LOOKS TO ME!
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I watched what we shall loosely call "The Dennis Miller Show" on CNBC...and here are my thoughts , observations and feelings..MINE...not someone elses.....

Well..he USED to be on HBO...still is in reruns...but now they gave him a little show on CNBC....I say little because they can't even do a workman's job of hiding the training wheels on this wobbly little half assed effort to mimic his previous show.

He used to do his version of a "Rant" on HBO, where the lights would dim and he would rattle off words he saw on cue cards or a teleprompter as if they were flowing adlib from his wrinkled little walnut we shall laughingly refer to as a "brain"....more like a glorified swollen area of his underdeveloped brainstem.

In his case, in stead of a medulla oblongata...it's a "Mud-oooola" solongpapa.

The guy has let the hair growing on his lower face, obviously overpower the few synapses responsible for what is left of a reasoning faculty.

He was trying to sound "hip", but what came out of his mouth during this neo-Rant, was an ooze with the consistency of pablum, and all the rational and provocative qualities of the gibberish we hear coming out of the mouths of one of those Charlie Brown characters where it is "wah wah wahhh wah wahhhh".

Your career is a fading memory in one of those car mirrors where, as Meatloaf would say, "Objects in the rearview mirror may appear closer than they
are".

His venomous load of bile, which he had the same lack of aim as a 50 year old, crosseyed myopic Indian cave cobra, missed its mark.

He tried to ridicule Messers Kerry and Edwards, but merely succeeded in making a parody of himself, a hairy faced simian who can only look forward to getting balder, older, fatter, and with more greying beard hair that tries in vain to spare the world from looking at that wrinking visage that others might call a face, but I merely think of as an anthropomorphic wound, spewing purulent discharge in search of a rant.

Get a life Dennis....or at look into getting a real job.

 

Bushisms

Note to Bush...better to stay quiet and be thought an idiot, than open your yap and remove all doubt.

"I want to thank my friend, Senator Bill Frist, for joining us today. You're doing a heck of a job. You cut your teeth here, right? That's where you started practicing? That's good. He married a Texas girl, I want you to know. Karyn is with us. A West Texas girl, just like me." —George W. Bush, Nashville, Tenn., May 27, 2004


Yeah, George, you're a West Texas Girl..now bend over and let those cowpokes drive ya home.

" I'm honored to shake the hand of a brave Iraqi citizen who had his hand cut off by Saddam Hussein." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., May 25, 2004

REMEMBER...GEORGE W WAVED AT STEVIE WONDER, A BLIND MUSICIAN.

"Like you, I have been disgraced about what I've seen on TV that took place in prison." —George W. Bush, Parkersburg, West Virginia, May 13, 2004

WTF is he trying to say?

""My job is to, like, think beyond the immediate." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., April 21, 2004

Ya failed at that job!

"This has been tough weeks in that country." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., April 13, 2004

??????

"Coalition forces have encountered serious violence in some areas of Iraq. Our military commanders report that this violence is being insticated by three groups." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., April 13, 2004

Hmmmm....so They be da ones that been "insticating" huh....DUMBASS !

 

Bush & Cheney Mislead on Tort Reform

"President Bush and Vice President Cheney continue to dishonestly claim that trial lawyers are to blame for skyrocketing health care costs. President Bush said Friday that "frivolous lawsuits...run up the cost of medicine" and that solutions to health care problems were stopped in Congress "because the trial lawyers are powerful in the Senate."1 Similarly, Cheney said last week that "medical liability reform" is the key to "control the cost of health care."2 But, according to undisputed government and academic data, lawsuits have little -- if anything -- to do with health care costs.

According to the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO), costs from malpractice lawsuits represent less than 2%3 of the nation's total health care spending, and the tort reform legislation pushed by President Bush would reduce health insurance premiums by less than one-half of one percent.4 While President Bush has claimed that lawsuits cause "docs to practice medicine in an expensive way5 in order to protect themselves in the courthouse," a study by the Harvard University School of Public Health "did not find a strong relationship between the threat of litigation and medical costs." Additionally, a study in the Journal of Health Economics6 compared medical costs in states with limits on lawsuits to states without limits and found only tiny savings - less than three-tenths of one percent. In all, CBO reported "no statistically significant difference in per capita health care spending between states with and without limits on malpractice torts."7 "
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When has telling the truth ever got in the way of the present administration
spewing forth their Big Lie bile?

 

Teenager stumps Bush with pop math quiz

"MIKE SCHNEIDER

Associated Press


ORLANDO, Fla. - Gov. Jeb Bush had come to pitch the virtues of reading, but instead got stumped on a math question Tuesday.

During a speech to high school students who mentor younger children in reading, a teenager asked the governor a basic geometry question taken from the Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test, which Bush has championed.

"Me and a couple of my friends ... we know that the FCAT is a very important part of schooling in Florida and we were wondering if you could answer one of the questions we remember from the FCAT?" said Luana Marques, 18, who just graduated from Freedom High School in Orange County and is heading to Flagler College in the fall.

The luncheon crowd at an Orlando hotel, gathered to honor 200 students who take part in the Teen Trendsetters Reading Mentor program, laughed and Marques posed the question: "What are the angles on a three-four-five-triangle?"

The governor gave a steely grin and then stalled a bit. "The angles would be ... If I was going to guess ... Three-four-five. Three-four-five. I don't know, 125, 90 and whatever remains on 180?"

Marques had an answer, although it wasn't the right one: "It's 30-60-90."

The correct answer was 90 degrees, 53.1 degrees and 36.9 degrees, said Michelle Taylor, a graduate student in mathematics at the University of Florida, when told about the governor's pop quiz.

Bush thanked Marques for the answer and then launched into a defense of the FCAT test, which the governor has taken and passed."
=================SNIP================
Remember....Jeb is often called "the smarter Bush brother" by some.

 

Bush Liked Less Than Saddam, Bin Laden

"BUDAPEST (Reuters) - President Bush (news - web sites) is disliked by more Hungarian secondary school children than former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein (news - web sites) and

Osama bin Laden (news - web sites), according to an opinion poll published on Wednesday.
Bush also topped the list of most-liked foreigners with eight percent of the vote, ahead of Pope John Paul (news - web sites) with six percent.


The survey of 34,000 students, aged 16-18, from 655 high schools showed Adolf Hitler was the most disliked foreign personality with 25 percent of the vote, followed by Bush with 23 percent and Bin Laden with 16 percent.

Bush was even more unpopular than former Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, according to the poll. "

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Just have to say..like the Bible notes,...."Out of the mouth of babes and sucklings hast thou ordained strength because of thine enemies, that thou mightest still the enemy and the avenger. " Psalms 8:2


 

Accidentally discovered website of the Day

http://www.bushisamoron.org/

You're asking yourself, how did Code miss http://www.bushisamoron.org/ so long.

Well, you're right...I don't know how that happened.

In fact, I was sitting there thinking...Damn, Bush is a moron...soooooooooooo
I decided to type it in and low and behold, it's a site.

 

Rebelling Against a Tyrant, and establishing Tyranny here

Why did we rebel against the first Crazy King George? (Not this King George the W)

Look at the Declaration of Independence...

"The history of the present King of Great Britain [George III] is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world. "

OK..what was this "absolute Tyranny"?

Read what constituted actions of Tyranny enough to revolt....
"He has refused his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good.

He has forbidden his Governors to pass Laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his Assent should be obtained; and when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them.

He has refused to pass other Laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of Representation in the Legislature, a right inestimable to them and formidable to tyrants only.

He has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of their public Records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures.

He has dissolved Representative Houses repeatedly, for opposing with manly firmness his invasions on the rights of the people.

He has refused for a long time, after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected; whereby the Legislative powers, incapable of Annihilation, have returned to the People at large for their exercise; the State remaining in the mean time exposed to all the dangers of invasion from without, and convulsions within.

He has endeavoured to prevent the population of these States; for that purpose obstructing the Laws for Naturalization of Foreigners; refusing to pass others to encourage their migrations hither, and raising the conditions of new Appropriations of Lands.

He has obstructed the Administration of Justice, by refusing his Assent to Laws for establishing Judiciary powers.

He has made Judges dependent on his Will alone, for the tenure of their offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries.

He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people, and eat out their substance.

He has kept among us, in times of peace, Standing Armies without the consent of our legislatures.

He has affected to render the Military independent of and superior to the Civil power.

He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our constitution and unacknowledged by our laws; giving his Assent to their Acts of pretended Legislation:

For Quartering large bodies of armed troops among us:

For protecting them, by a mock Trial, from punishment for any Murders which they should commit on the Inhabitants of these States:

For cutting off our Trade with all parts of the world:

For imposing Taxes on us without our Consent:

For depriving us, in many cases, of the benefits of Trial by Jury:

For transporting us beyond Seas to be tried for pretended offences:

For abolishing the free System of English Laws in a neighbouring Province, establishing therein an Arbitrary government, and enlarging its Boundaries so as to render it at once an example and fit instrument for introducing the same absolute rule into these Colonies:

For taking away our Charters, abolishing our most valuable Laws, and altering fundamentally the Forms of our Governments: "

They sound familiar...but, one of them is of particular interest....
"For abolishing the free System of English Laws in a neighbouring Province, establishing therein an Arbitrary government, and enlarging its Boundaries so as to render it at once an example and fit instrument for introducing the same absolute rule into these Colonies: "



 

With Trembling Fingers

***** please read this whole article at the source****"Posted: 07/08
From: Rense .com

Despite the worst foreign policy blunder in American history, George W. Bush and his millionaire supporters don't know the meaning of the word shame.

I used to take a drink on occasion with a network newsman famed for his impenetrable calm--his apparent pulse rate that of a large mammal in deep hibernation--and in an avuncular moment he advised me that I'd do all right, in the long run, if I could only avoid the kind of journalism committed to the keyboard "with trembling fingers." I recognized the wisdom of this advice and endeavored over the years to write as little as possible when my blood pressure was soaring and my face was streaked with tears. The lava flows of indignation ebb predictably with age and hardening arteries, and nearing three-score I thought I'd never have to take another tranquilizer--or a double bourbon--to keep my fingers steady on the keys.

I never imagined 2004.

It would be sophomoric to say that there was never a worse year to be an American. My own memory preserves the dread summer of 1968. My parents suffered the consequences of 1941 and 1929, and my grandfather Jack Allen, who lived through all those dark years, might have added 1918, with the flu epidemic and the Great War in France that each failed, very narrowly, to kill him. Drop back another generation or two and we encounter 1861.

But if this is not the worst year yet to be an American, it's the worst year by far to be one of those hag-ridden wretches who comment on the American scene. The columnist who trades in snide one-liners flounders like a stupid comic with a tired audience; TV comedians and talk-show hosts who try to treat 2004 like any zany election year have become grotesque, almost loathsome. Our most serious, responsible newspaper columnists are so stunned by the disaster in Iraq that they've begun to quote poetry by Rupert Brooke and Wilfred Owen. They lower their voices, they sound like Army chaplains delivering eulogies over ranks of flag-draped coffins, under a hard rain from an iron sky.

Yeats' "blood-dimmed tide is loosed." The war news had already deteriorated from bad to tragic to pre-apocalyptic, which left no suitable category for these excruciating reports on the sexual torture of Iraqi prisoners.Fingers, be still. In less than a year, the morale of the occupying forces had sunk so low that murder, suicide, rape and sexual harassment became alarming statistics, and now the warriors of democracy--the emissaries of civilization--stand accused of every crime this side of cannibalism. Osama bin Laden has always anathematized America's culture, as well as its geopolitical influence. To him these atrocities are a sign of Allah's certain favor, a great moral victory, a vindication of his deepest anger and darkest crimes.

Where does it go from here? The nightmare misadventure in Iraq is over, beyond the reach of any reasonable argument, though many more body bags will be filled. In Washington, chicken hawks will still be squawking about "digging in" and winning, but Vietnam proved conclusively that no modern war of occupation would ever be won. Every occupation is doomed. The only way you "win" a war of occupation is the old-fashioned way, the way Rome finally defeated the Carthaginians: kill all the fighters, enslave everyone else, raze the cities and sow the fields with salt.

Otherwise the occupied people will fight you to the last peasant, and why shouldn't they? If our presidential election fails to dislodge the crazy bastards who annexed Baghdad, many of us in this country would welcome regime change by any intervention, human or divine. But if, say, the Chinese came in to rescue us--Operation American Freedom--how long would any of us, left-wing or right, put up with an occupying army teaching us Chinese-style democracy? A guerrilla who opposes an invading army on his own soil is not a terrorist, he's a resistance fighter. In Iraq we're not fighting enemies but making enemies. As Richard Clarke and others have observed, every dollar, bullet and American life that we spend in Iraq is one that's not being spent in the war on terrorism. Every Iraqi, every Muslim we kill or torture or humiliate is a precious shot of adrenaline for Osama and al Qaeda.

The irreducible truth is that the invasion of Iraq was the worst blunder, the most staggering miscarriage of judgment, the most fateful, egregious, deceitful abuse of power in the history of American foreign policy. If you don't believe it yet, just keep watching. Apologists strain to dismiss parallels with Vietnam, but the similarities are stunning. In every action our soldiers kill innocent civilians, and in every other action apparent innocents kill our soldiers--and there's never any way to sort them out. And now these acts of subhuman sadism, these little My Lais.

Since the defining moment of the Bush presidency, the preposterous flight-suit, Fox News-produced photo-op on the Abraham Lincoln in front of the banner that read "Mission Accomplished," the shaming truth is that everything has gone wrong. Just as it was bound to go wrong, as many of us predicted it would go wrong--if anything more hopelessly wrong than any of us would have dared to prophesy. Iraq is an epic train wreck, and there's not a single American citizen who's going to walk away unscathed.

The shame of this truth, of such a failure and so much deceit exposed, would have brought on mass resignations or votes of no confidence in any free country in the world. In Japan not long ago, there would have been ritual suicides, shamed officials disemboweling themselves with samurai swords. Yet up to this point--at least to the point where we see grinning soldiers taking pictures of each other over piles of naked Iraqis--neither the president, the vice president nor any of the individuals who urged and designed this debacle have resigned or been terminated--or even apologized. They have betrayed no familiarity with the concept of shame.

Thousands of young Americans are dead, maimed or mutilated, 100 billion has been wasted and all we've gained is a billion new enemies and a mouthful of dust--of sand. Chaos reigns, but in the midst of it we have this presidential election. George Bush has defined himself as a war president, and it's fitting that he should die by the sword--in fact fall on it, and quick. But even now the damned polls don't guarantee, or even indicate, his demise.

Conventional wisdom says that an incumbent president with a $200 million war chest cannot be defeated, and that one who commands a live, bleeding, suffering army in the field is doubly invincible. By this logic, the most destructively incompetent president since Andrew Johnson will be rewarded with a second term. That would probably mean a military draft and more wars in the oil countries and, under visionaries like Dick Cheney and Paul Wolfowitz, a chance for the United States to emulate 19th-century Paraguay, which simultaneously declared war on Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay and fought ferociously until 90 percent of the male population was dead.

What hope then? Impeachment is impossible when the president's party controls both houses of Congress, though Watergate conspirator John Dean, who ought to know, claims in his new book that there are compelling legal arguments for a half-dozen bills of impeachment against George W. Bush. Peer pressure? At the White House, world opinion gets no more respect than FBI memos or uncomfortable facts. Many Americans seem unaware that scarcely anyone on the planet Earth supported the Iraq adventure, no one anywhere except the 40-50 million Republican loyalists who voted for George Bush in 2000.

Among significant world leaders he recruited only Great Britain's Tony Blair--whose career may be ruined because most Britons disagree with him--and the abominable Ariel Sharon, that vile tub of blood and corruption who recently used air-to-ground missiles to assassinate a paraplegic in a wheelchair at the door of his mosque. (Palestinians quickly squandered any sympathy or moral advantage they gained from this atrocity by strapping a retarded 16-year-old into a suicide bomber's kit. Such is the condition of the human race in the Middle East, variously known as the Holy Land or the Cradle of Civilization.) Says Sharon, oleaginously, of Bush: "Something in his soul committed him to act with great courage against world terror."
---------------SNIP==================
Took the words out of my mouth!

 

Claims of abuse force diocese into bankruptcy

"By Catherine Elsworth in Los Angeles
(Filed: 08/07/2004)


The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Portland, Oregon, has filed for bankruptcy in the face of multi-million-dollar lawsuits stemming from alleged sexual abuse by its priests.



Two cases seeking a total of $155 million (£85 million) compensation for alleged abuse by Portland clergy that were about to go to trial were adjourned.

It is predicted that many of America's 195 Catholic dioceses could follow suit given the welter of child sex abuse claims made against the church nationwide.

Several multi-million-dollar settlements have been reached and hundreds more claims are pending.

Filing for bankruptcy will protect the archdiocese while it attempts to reorganise its finances but it will have to cede all financial control to a judge, who could, if necessary, sell assets to raise funds.

The Archbishop of Portland, John Vlazny, denied the move was a bid "to avoid responsibility". "
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2 comments...to the first part... 'bout damn timeAnd to the last sentence in the story....regarding what the GrandDragon Most Exalted ArchiBITCHop of Portland.....READ MY LIPS........BULLSHIT!

 

36 percent of software used worldwide is pirated: survey

BULLSHIT!

These guys need to see the federal definition of pirates and piracy..
USC Title 18 Chapter 81, Section 1652.

Copyright infringed maybe, but NOT "pirated"...DUMBASSES!

 

Former Enron chairman Lay indicted: Reports

"Thursday, 08 July , 2004, 06:21

Houston: Former Enron Corp. chairman Ken Lay was indicted by a grand jury in connection with the fraud that led to the collapse of the giant energy firm, news reports said.

The indictment remained under seal, with details expected on Thursday, the reports said. Justice Department officials declined to comment on the reports.

Lay was expected to turn himself into US authorities on Thursday, the reports said.

He would join his former lieutenants Jeffrey Skilling and Andrew Fastow in facing criminal charges in connection with the collapse of the energy giant that had been the seventh-largest US corporation.

In addition to criminal charges, Lay is also likely to face a laundry list of civil charges related to Enron Corp.'s spectacular meltdown in December 2001, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The list includes securities law violations, financial fraud and insider trading stemming from stock-related transactions in the months prior to the Houston energy trader's 2001 bankruptcy filing. "
___________________SNIP_________________________________
'bout damn time!



 

'Anti-Wal-Marts' strive to compete

"Retailers are redefining themselves as anti-Wal-Marts to compete with the world's largest retail chain, the National Retail Federation said Tuesday.

Bentonville, Ark.-based, Wal-Mart topped the 2004 Top 100 Retailers list with 2003 sales of $258.68 billion. The list appears in the July issue of STORES magazine, published by the Washington, D.C.-based, National Retail Federation. The study ranks the retailers with the top 100 revenues.

This year, the only certainty is uncertainty for retailers, said Rick Gallagher, STORES publisher and NRF vice president. Retail competition has reached a new level where stores must constantly evaluate business models and consumer trends to attract and retain their customers.

Companies are using various tactics to compete with the retail titan. Second-ranked, Atlanta-based Home Depot and 10th-ranked Mooresville, N.C.-based, Lowe's carry merchandise such as building supplies, in which Wal-Mart doesn't specialize. The Issaquah, Wash.-based, Costco, in fifth place, carries high-end merchandise such as Callaway golf clubs, unlike Wal-Mart. And Deerfield, Ill.-based, drug store chain Walgreen, in ninth place, relies on neighborhood locations and stand-alone stores."
===============SNIP====================
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm

 

Moore "Meet Up" Rallies Anti-Bush Troops

"By Juliet McShannon
Staff Writer

June 29 -- Mike McCoy stands on a ladder and carefully hangs a white sheet across the main wall of the Velocity Café on Lincoln Boulevard in preparation for Monday evening’s “Meet Up.”

The sheet hangs in anticipation next to a large plastic shark and behind a huge toy lion, part of the cafés eclectic décor, but seemingly appropriate for an event spurred by Michael Moore’s controversial documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11.”

“We are expecting about a hundred people,” McCoy, the café’s co-owner says, a little bewildered. After all the room is large, but it is difficult to imagine that many people squeezing in.

Monday’s “Meet Up” is just one of many taking place in neighborhood spots and houses throughout Los Angeles, California and the entire nation.

Indeed, thousands of people who have seen the film, which opened last week, responded to the organization moveonpac’s internet drive to gather together for an online, interactive discussion with the filmmaker.

Taken from former presidential candidate Howard Dean’s campaign play book, on-line “Meet Ups” have become the new way of galvanizing voters, in this case to oust Bush in the November 2 election.

As 7 p.m. approaches, the café begins to fill with people, some wearing T-shirts emblazoned with “No War” slogans, others, obviously coming straight from work, removing their jackets, loosening their ties.

Santa Monican, Mona La Vine, 71, proudly wears a blue T-shirt with the words “Share the World’s Resources to end Poverty, to end War.”

“I’m from the organization ‘Share-International’,” La Vine says. “But I am also here today because I wanted to get together with like minded people who had seen the film (9/11) and are willing to brainstorm to help defeat Bush in this election.”

LaVine, who went to see the film on opening day, was surprised at the turn out, especially in a traditionally Republican stronghold.

“I saw it in Orange County! Even so, the place was packed and the whole audience clapped throughout! You see, there are Democrat’s everywhere!” she laughs.

Venice resident, Simone Wallace, agrees. “I saw it in Culver City and it was almost like Woodstock! There was crowd control and it was great with everyone getting really involved booing and hissing in parts!”

The café soon fills to capacity with only standing room left. Nobody seems to mind, and there is an almost jovial atmosphere with snacks and cookies passed around along with sign-up sheets from various political organizations.

“It’s going to take more than cookies to win back this election,” sighs a man in his forties."

===snip======================
We've GOT "more than cookies"...a country full of people who say
"enough of a tyrant is enough!"

 

-- A couple from Texas was taken out of a speech given by President Bush in West Virginia Sunday

"Bush in West Virginia for Fourth
7/4/2004 10:19 PM
By: Associated Press

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A couple from Texas was taken out of a speech given by President Bush in West Virginia Sunday.

Police placed Nicole and Jeffery Rank of Corpus Christi in restraints after they entered the event with a ticket and then removed their clothes to reveal anti-Bush T-shirts, according to the acting director of the Capitol police in Charleston.

He said the two were asked to go out to the designated protest area, but refused.

Bush came to West Virginia on the nation's 228th birthday to honor the country's veterans and garner support for invading Iraq.

About 6,500 people packed into the Capitol's north courtyard to hear him.

As police rushed her out, Nicole Rank shouted that they were told they couldn't be there because they were wearing anti-Bush shirts.

Police say the two were issued citations for trespassing and released."
===================SNIP===================
More of the "New Freedom" under Bush.

"First Amendment....Ha...you don't need no stinking first amendment"

Bush said "There ought to be limits on freedom "...and he's setting them!

 

-- A couple from Texas was taken out of a speech given by President Bush in West Virginia Sunday

"Bush in West Virginia for Fourth
7/4/2004 10:19 PM
By: Associated Press

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A couple from Texas was taken out of a speech given by President Bush in West Virginia Sunday.

Police placed Nicole and Jeffery Rank of Corpus Christi in restraints after they entered the event with a ticket and then removed their clothes to reveal anti-Bush T-shirts, according to the acting director of the Capitol police in Charleston.

He said the two were asked to go out to the designated protest area, but refused.

Bush came to West Virginia on the nation's 228th birthday to honor the country's veterans and garner support for invading Iraq.

About 6,500 people packed into the Capitol's north courtyard to hear him.

As police rushed her out, Nicole Rank shouted that they were told they couldn't be there because they were wearing anti-Bush shirts.

Police say the two were issued citations for trespassing and released."
===================SNIP===================
More of the "New Freedom" under Bush.

"First Amendment....Ha...you don't need no stinking first amendment"

Bush said "There ought to be limits on freedom "...and he's setting them!

 

School board votes against random drug testing

"School board votes against random drug testing
7/6/2004 10:56 PM
By: James Keith

Lake Travis ISD officials have voted down a proposal that would require students who want to drive to campus to submit to random drug tests. The decision came in a four-to-three vote by the school board Tuesday night.


Lake Travis ISD officials
An 18-member committee of parents and district leaders spent a year developing a plan to address the drug and alcohol problem. It would’ve required students who drive on campus to undergo random drug and alcohol testing.

Anyone who failed would’ve lost parking and extra-curricular privileges."

 

VETERANS FOR PEACE:Bush protesters want investigation of police

"By REID MAGNEY, La Crosse Tribune
May 20, 2004

People who protested President Bush's La Crosse appearance May 7 are asking for an investigation into police conduct toward protesters and are questioning the presence of Fort McCoy soldiers at the event.
A group calling itself Coulee Region Concerned Citizens met with La Crosse Mayor John Medinger on Wednesday, accusing police and "Republican Party operatives" of violating their First Amendment rights and other acts.

The group asked U.S. Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis., to investigate who paid for about 260 service members from Fort McCoy to attend the rally.

"In a democratic society, the police force is supposed to be an independent, nonpartisan force," said Guy Wolf of Stoddard, Wis., a member of the group. "Instead, they appeared to be acting on the behalf of the Republican Party."


"Citizens were physically pushed and shoved off sidewalks by police officers," Wolf said.

"They said we did not belong there," said Barbara Frank of La Crosse, who had gathered with other protesters on Copeland Avenue after the rally. They were waiting to protest when the president's bus drove by on the way to the airport.

"The way they videotaped us was extremely disconcerting," said Frank, a Sierra Club official. "The last time I was scrutinized like that was at Checkpoint Charlie in East Berlin. It was like we were enemies of the state."

"I know all these folks," Medinger said Wednesday. "They're good, upstanding people. They're not anarchists. They did a very American thing, protesting against their government."

The group wants to know whether it was the Secret Service or Bush campaign officials who told police how to handle protesters.

La Crosse County Republican Party Chairman Chris Muller said the complaints are "based on misunderstandings."

Muller said neither the local party or Bush-Cheney ‘04 officials were telling La Crosse police what to do. If anyone told the police what to do, it was the Secret Service, he said.

Muller said people were checked to make sure they were not wearing shirts with anti-Bush slogans under their clothing. "We didn't want to take the chance of people disrupting our rally," Muller said. "People wanted to throw a wrench into our rally." "


and...
""Maybe I was kept out of the loop because I'm a Democrat," Medinger said.

"Who was calling the shots, the Republican Party or the Secret Service?" Medinger said. "If it was Bush-Cheney '04, that gives more credence to my belief that they should pay the bill for the city's expenses. I want to do the same thing when (Democrat) John Kerry comes."

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